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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 18, 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
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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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.**>*>*. *** *>. Local 1 Burglar

Honored At Naval Base

.mmuq Cavght Getting '

Heroin Porch

Troubles troubles, troubles I IA
young Jaxon John Alien
Jyll. Mitchell, 729 Court C,this week
A was faced with the unveiling of
various charges lodged against ;
4a him ranging from stealing,
wholesale, a box of wigs, to
burglaries, breaking and enter

II, NO. 40 SAT.IIIT, URIilT 10, 1KO 20 Cent* log, etc.The sum. total of these crimes

ended la the Monday sentencing!
** ** *
< of Mitchell to 10 years in the
state prison, particularly for
vie burtlarltlng of a store '

Mrs. Mithfs Is Confab Leader: !Broad Street at about lt:10 .
torch 8 1961.Crlmlnai OBJ
Court Judge ]
vonounced the sentence: \
COUNCILMEN Then, another chapter of
LIST chews career caused him to 1

be held without bond, for a
February 4 trial lnvolving'the
robbery of the Cleveland Arms
complex, 5020 Cleveland Road
I .on January 6, 1969. At that time
Mitchell was out on bond await-

FIRST TOWN MEET t1\ I'I log Judgment. In the burglarycase.

I He was held the second time
In accord with a recommendation
St. Tlomai Baptist Church, greatly Involve local action. 1!. District 7, with Councilman afternoons at 1 p.m. Li t1 by the office of the ltat.'.
oo Moncrief Went Thirteenth, This historic meeting will be Oscar N. Taylor presiding.' Watch for further announcements i attorney.
will to the scene of the first held at the St. Thomas Baptist! Sunday deal of the forum will of the Council as to -- The young man waived trial
and enthusiastically awaitedCOUNCILWOMANMAThS Rev. WC, Heal, minister, center on an ordinance now meeting on the ordinance. 20th Jacksonville reflects- by Jury on the wig case. He
Sunday, January 19, at 4 p m. being introduced to the Council Citizens are always Invited! to, NAS JACKSONVILLE-Mrs. Willie May Paige, 1852 West Street was charged with the March I
This Is the first of tuck meet* committee over her past 20 years of service U Naval Air Station Jacksonville, U C o m m a ode r M J. Ott of
which, If passed, would allow meetings'and !to faithfulI8rv1c. robbery, or grand larceny
bs planned for. the next several liquor ban! to open on Sunday Mate their opinions. ,exchange officer, presents her with a letter and plaque commending her many years of one lot of wigs and hair pieces
mOlltJIs. to the government. Mrs. Paige was one of two NAS Exchange employes to mark 20 valued at $548,40. He was found
Councilwoman SaUye Mtthls Rev Siti : years of service 1968.Since working In the Base Laundry and Dry Cleaning Plant she has guilty by Judge Layton of break
t. and other coancllmen are Abernathy f rotated to every position in the. facllltydurlngner 20 years of service. U.S. Navy Photo log and ent.rinland with intent

sponsoring these confabs Attempts -, to commit felony.' The Jurist
F 1 will be made to explain,' For Dualizing All Poor Peiile then imposed a 10-year,
., the city's legislative : sentence and set an appeal bond
bow to get Ideas proc..j'] FROGMORE, 8.C.-Dr:Ralph inanities, not rich persons. <, U. S. SUPREME COURT of 25000. The man was found
ds s) m local government ) David Abernathy has announced This historic pronouncement/' Innocent ot the grand larceny
get In direct touch with depart'm -, from, Frogmore, 8.C., that his was made from an historically f suit'
nts. of the city goverment organisation, SCLC, is reJect- renowned area, the Penn Com*! Evidence was presented by
,when services are needed.Cttlxeu Ing the theme of "BllctCap1taU1m" inanity\ Center,. a transfer!' ORDERS RR UNION TO STOP Assistant'Attorney Bernard
living in following ground for the,assistance of\ Nachman showing that Officer
precincts especially Invited I Henceforth, the theme will be treed Negro slaves u well asa B!. Taylor and Officer R.W.
to its this meeting at "Black Socialism". retreat for the late Martin Powell apprehended Mitchell in
St. Thomas: District t,'2A, IB,, Black Socialism will, involve Luther King Jr.,and tor_ Drv the store at !509 Broad helping
2C, 2D, It, IF, IA, 3B, ac, 'the 1 organising of all the nation's Abernathy.The IGNORING QUALIFIED NEGROES himself to hair pieces packed
3D, 3F, JG, lit poor in the next five years. leader stressed,that the in a cardboard box,after he had
"Town Meetings"; sponsored Several departments heads or Black Socialism will involvethe Nixon Administration seems to,I ,.1!' .set off'a silent alarm system
by the Councilmen of the City their representatives will be development! of rich com be dealing out ootl" too.. Justice Hugo Black of the Court had dismissed the case, sentatives of the car employes He was,according policemen,
of Jacksonville at rations present to.assist In answering Black Capitalism; to,alluded,' !United States Supreme Court opining that all grievance procedures have been acting concept with ,hiding behind a display counter,
locations with the plan of more questions Democratic Women's is a part of the schemed!" widely-enlightening Juan of; :, Otter meetings see scheduled tlred'of being tossed Warren, and seven otherJultic' according to the contract of up schemes and contrivancesto being one of the two gunmen who
the Importance of city govern 'tor' February 9, District 11? bones," said till leader He Is ", in a piecedent-break-: the' unlon'ard through'the bar Negroes from promotion held up the Cleveland Arms
meat, the processes of city with Coonclhroman Mary L.. lew* Ml I Mccift eln Interested in helping groups, I m|directive Monday,,in a case National Railroad Adjustment wholly because of race. U that office recently, At that I time j

government, and to,Order to Singleton presiding; March I,!.'., ....>, *rt. *.*\ .* M., j.mobasjb: ,'fJ11, ., Iaf.\4.,,'1 is ofvlpg,,'' the Brotherhood ptt .\ ',Boult,,nl Supreme Court sent;,J .true,Insistence\tttatplaintuta I I cash'taken amounted to\ $2QOO,7 *
-enllsrtn 'iapporf ttf tt TclUteoryln "tUrtrkt I,'C6uncrata"jaufny organising 'OIplt..a4d ,1:1g 1way t cantlaa ad;Amerlq the case back to the United exhaust remedies administered (Checks totaled $1,004.: "
thee sreai which,;;Sanders pmWtaf... ,oopdMa; Jennir. ryt-tO. *,.workers.:,rTha SCLC and'.' the St. Louis-Sin Francis* Stttes District I tCoutf. for''Tby', tht,.Will and the railroad' Then: to..tIIr'tt lI1tehllQ i
win collaborate: with' the.Negro..' co .Railway 'Company'.of retrial : would only serve to prolong the was accused of unlawfully possessing
Democratic Women's'Voters 1
; The 'LaborCOWICUReY. { .:< J Birmingham, Ala., and 'Justice Black;reading for the deprivation of rights to which heroin to the tune of
I lawbreakers FaceHUD and Educational League. Aberanthalaomeutidotd'thl plaintiffs, totaling II, 'opened others, said:' "The allegationsare these plaintiffs, ,are Justly,and 48 packages, wrapped'in
will meet in the home of Mrs: establishment in Washington .the entitled" aluminum in brown
. way for Blacks In the Industry that the bargaining repie- legally a paper bag.
Annie McGhee, 204 Yenis ,, of a "poor people's embassy" -, when ta showed that the This historic action dovetailed According to Officer T.L.Mays
Investigation Street, Monday January. 20, He has suggested full "exhaustion": of grievance Head 'StartReglsiratlonEads with a previous decision which the man, under observation,
at I p.m. All members are scale, massive disobedienceacross procedures need not stand in gave employes the right in some .stashed his fortune in a vacant
asked \to be present and oo the country. Drives. will the way ct the upgrading, of Instances,to cut through com house at ,712 West Ashley on
time. be on for the building low capable) Negroes. in.railroad .. plicated'grievance machinery. July 29 The policeman saw
The CCA director; Mrs. rent housing in IS major cities., unions. machinery which sometimes Mitchell enter and remove the
After Complaints, Margaret Miller, will present The first will be dedicated in The 13 complaining! members takes an extended time for precious heroin from Its hiding'
Important Information Atlanta on 'January 15.on the ,of the \union said that, by experience Friday movement( place-the chimney flue.m" .
: The sedond- phase of the sells more than one such house winners ? day of the pilgrimage '.to Dr. they have been
:Federal: open housing law went la which he was not.the most *.** King on his birthday, '1 qualified to do, the work of, Registration Head for Start this year'lSUlDIDer '

Into effect on January, la611, recent resident.' I Carmen.. However, through the was scheduled to close program Friday, "Soul ToyNewest To' Be
covering approximately 20 With January 1, 1969, these years, they have been classified January 17 according to an ,
million of the nation's dwelling types of housing units !have StudentBoycottBlitzes helpers. rj ,
announcement released by
units., been covered whether or not Therefore, 'they !have never Greater lack:
sponsoring &
'The Civil Rights Act of 19(3, they received Federal assist been promoted. Jacksonville Economic City
with its Fair Housing title,'was ance. Nine i Justices reversed ,the
Inc. Headquarters
signed April 11 by President A year later, coverage also : WilberforceWilberforce conclusion of the United States Opportunity,
located at 427
Johnson and called for,full will include: District Court. The District of Ocean the agency Street. The telephone Ex-Core Heed :Secures Loud ;
the law in family houses sold or I
implementation of Single
University, OD.r4 community agency. Other .demands number Is 355-3697 'for those
three stages rented through a broker or the strong forces of education were made.Wittenberg Nixon l Names'Negto who wish to register, after the "SOUU: Cm", N.C.- a new the development of black urlan
Under the law, the Secretaryof 'other person in the business of in the African Methodist Episcopal University deadline town 11,000 residents owned technological skills. It will be

the DjS. Department of setting or renting dwellings and denomination, found itself suffered this week. Negro HeadTo. To) be eligible a child must and occupied by Negroes but not open to all races, creeds am
Housing and urban Development Single family houses offered in somewhat of un educational students walked off the campus NEA be five yearsofageandplannlng, discriminating, is the latest colors., A new way of life will
Is directed to enforce the for rent or''' sale through a straightjacket this week when They were disputing with the to enter kindergarten or the concept in the area of city plan- be Wit in the non-urban area r I
provisions through a campaign discriminatory written notice students boycotted classes administration Top u$. Job first grade this fall '1 Family ning, and Is well nigh out of the of the country, it is hoped, with
of conciliation and education 'or advertisement.The Wilberforce, located in Ohio,, Wilberforce University, a income not to' above blueprint stage, since former, this new idea as an example,
HUD officials !have received Fair Housing Law does J SALISBURY .C.-Pr..ldtnt. may CORE leader Floyd B. McKls- I
near Zeal, has produced many stronghold of African Method certain levels according to a so as to end the mass migration
assurances of voluntary com. not apply to single hmlyhoases leaders la education and religion. Ism, came under the hammer. elect Richard M. Nixon has; sliding scale which ranges from sick has been able to set aside, of unskilled poor people to the I
and owned by a private individualwho named .the official of the 1,810 acres of land on optionat
pliance by many building The Payne School'ofTheology Wilberforce, a small school top telling of $!, OO per year' slums of the cities.Warren .
financial organizations and of owns three or less units located there. Just Is intheneigbborboodofCentral National Educational Association for a family of three to 86 MO a sale price of nearly $500, County N.C..will be
cooperation from civic groups. where a broker Is not used to'..across the campus from the State College which, last year, a Negro teacher, Mrs.. for* family: of ten. 00000. the Irvaftnn of the city_'ITS .
With the PrI.ldent'1I1p11t1are,, ,sell or rent,and discriminatory" school Is Central State College' was In a confused state for Elisabeth Koonts, u Director Starting- in June,-Summer Head A proposal has already beea i &i1W rUMtbr-'cFtbi.
approximately one million advertising is not used.' which, last year, was bothered. several days. Many of the AME: of the, hug*. Women's Bureau Start will run for eight weeks. prepared for a planning grant middle of the property. it is In
dwelling units constructed with' Assistant Secretary Walter B. with dissension.Dr. : Church's leaders have graduated of ,the Department of Labor.. Hours will be from 9.30 to develop the detailed plans the area of the Appalachian
Federal assistance became Lewis said that the Fair Housing Rembert Stokes president from Wiltorforce Mrs.;'Koontz, surprised when until 1:00: p.m., and each child required by the new city plan- Mountains. At the present
covered by the law: taw, since Its enactment more: of Wilberforce.. The AME Informed of her new appoint hot breakfast ners. median incomes are $1,958. In193otheNegropopulatton
will be served free -
On New year's day JI' additional -' titan eight months ago; also ,.Church was founded by Richard meat'sees the labor situation, snack and luncheon. A This unusual plan will come f
20 million emits, prohibits the following acta Allen, its first bishop. There Counsel as a 'realisM among social'' the. fruition, according KcKI.- totaled 93.5 per cent,,
whether federally assisted or' where, they are based on discrimination are some 14 schools in the problems," Mrs: Koonts said major will advantaged be free medical program and- sick, in the rural Alack belt
not was covered.On January account of ace educational makeup of the the problem Is most acute for. dental exams, plus whateyw of 'North Carolina under the Grayer In School", .
I, 1170, an additional million co1or"flUllo. ntlcnflorlgla church. Complete Information, Negro women. auspices of the Floyd B.
treatment be necesary.Fjeld
units will come under : ,. ._ ,as to!the reason for the boycott Toe eminent leader feels that may McKlsslck Enterprises, Inc.,
-vlslons of the law.: Refusal to ..u., rent or deal was. not available at press Um e.h the Job will lend Itself to much trips to the son and other of New York. It is one of many Drive Gets Under

When the law U fully effective, with any person. Universities, some of them, work among women. points ofinterestfor youngsters proposed by McKlsslck and is
80 of Making' different terms and The whose win be an added attraction. Intended tit Teach answers to
approximately percent bastions of subtle dlscf Imlna- appointee, naming Way )January 1 IS
t the 1 nation's ,housing will. he. conditions for toying or renting lion, some so prestigious as to will require a yes vote from ''. The parents of some enrollees some of the problems besetting ,
Trill to,hired to wort in Head
housing. i '' modern American
the society observed'
covered to vlrtaally Impregnable Senate comesfromafamlly Prayer Day will be
Advertising, !that !honing. is, of late .Start centers while others will McKlsslck has expertise In the
"The opea oecepaney .racially, and others have been educators. Her parentswere ) Saturday January 18, throughout
provisions the Civil Right 'available only to certain" swept Into be seething pot of s a 7 th 1r teachers A sister' U a,,' be encouraged to serve U .leld,' inasmuch as he has been Aural County, and will bt
Law are especially important,nActing' pit....:. .retaliation by 0 n- registrar of Livingstone University volunteer assistants. Involved in the problems of the the initial day for a Countywidt
HUD Secretary.Robert Denying sousing is available I ,meats, byHack Beckm. aUof la Salisbury. A brother, Free bus transportation will poor and minority groups for campaign for thereturndpraySr .
C>' Wood declared/."The Jaw ,for inspection, sale, or rental. whom are campaigning for was once. president of theSchool. be provided to and from the ten more than four years. He was to the schools., .-
win remove many barriers to: ;wheal I it really.Ise available. more consideration on their *, 1969 Simmer Head Start among the first to advocate The chairman of this plan in
centers which will be located'at
the free movement minorities "Blockbnrtiog"prtudlI respective campuses; Another brother was a schools Annie construction: of entirely new Robert A. Ray;' 741 Unite,,
In the housing market and make some to sell housing by telling The latest blgUme school" is Washington Commissioner to*: the following' : immunities as tn alternative Road, Atlantic Beach Coeacll-
more effective the boaslngpre-< bin minority groups. movinginto the, University of Minnesota. fort UN District of Columbia Morgan School 11, Mayport to urban ghettos and rural! woman Sallye Mathlc is a mem.tor -
grams of the Department.":., the ar.... This week; Black students took went for the mayoral system Elementary 227, Garden City decay,' of the committee., *
Since April Ut 1968, the following With the broadening of the law over the office of M" '**toBS., of government. Mr. Koonts is Elementary 59, Loretto'' Secretary of Agriculture Orville A three-month drive will to
types of dwellingsU'federally 'on January I, 1M', Mr. Levis'aid They were dissatisfied with high:school teacher In the ,Elementary SO, Beaulah Beale Freeman has offered the on for securing: signatures fora
asslsted-oave. been IddWIIII1 i prohlbiUoas are:. Presides Malcolm Moos'answers REV.jRODERT C.,CHAPVAH'The Rowan.County School System. Elementary, Grand Park Elementary assistance of his Department. petition to be sent to"&aIa-1'
Millie Rutherford
covered:' Denying or ,making' different' to their demands.They ; Mrs. Xoonta is a graduate of V. Housing legislation passed In Ington. The chairman and tho
_Moltlfamfly dwellings of five terms for home loans by commercial occupied!the office and refused,', ( Rev.' Robert Cunptoll Livingstone and from Atlanta, Elementary' 6, Iut,llCbOll-' the last session of Congress committee will spark the cam.
or more units; lenders,'sucft u banks 'at press time, to let anybody Chapman, an Episcopal priest. from tot latter of which schools ,ville Elementary, I, 'Thomas authorizes federal guaranteesof paign for 150,000 signatures ore
41 and ,
,Multlfamlly dwellings containing and savings. and,loan association .enter.,Part of their venom was from Detroit, bas 1 been she holds 'a master's degree. Elementary bonds Issued by community\ more.
four'or fewer units, if the spent upon a white student. who appointed' Director, for Racial She he* &110 att.1Idt4 ColIIIDbla: Mt. Herman Elementary 1M.., orgaalsatloas for the Churches will receive
owner11 does not live hi one of Denying to anyone lie! uoecf tried to enter.' .. ,V oJ Justice of the Rational! Council, 'Earlier this week Mrs. Koch construction\ of new cities.Staff signature forms. Forms willto.;
the units; real state services; amok U'' One, demand was for a' black;. of Churches. Be has been rector had not Indicated whether she IWI' FightsDiscrimination members of McKlsslck Enter', distributed to all'shopplagcenters.
'Single family" nooses not ownedby broker,or' multiple' listing- conference. .They,have. asked of' St.: Matthew's Episcopal would resign me NEA post.) Mr. .. plies, be., will work with the '_, ..
a private Individual and : service. for,;department of AfroAaericaa -:, Church downtown Detroit for and'Mrs. boos plan to move r In Jobs Rouse Company ot Maryland Former, Information' can to
:Single family houses owned by Mr, Lewis. explained !that any: Action........They' ., the put'three years and has: to. Washington.: ,. tame "art" of planning and lathelmplemeatatlonofNew received by contacting Mr. Bay
a private Individual who owns' person who believes 'he has ,denuded,thai-the' MartlaLetter bees deeply Involved to the civil, .' .omillteplau movingbolo EQUAL EMPLOYMENT Councilwoman Ma&U; as>
man |aua three such housesor ,.been discriminated agalsst.COMTOUSD ., hag, ,Jr.: Scholarship rights movement'both ta the: i Mr. Koonts and. she. OPPORTUNITY. weak COMMISSION D.C.10506 Ton' 'wen as Rev 8.1.' Jones, ate..
who in Iwo-JlUper1od"' ON1O', Fund,be > ,wJlh t,.black-1 South and to norther*'cities., aide. isle II 3L N.W. A primary objective win !to' a committee
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Published by the Florida Star PubllshlBf Comatsy BY WlllTNET YOUNG JR.

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.. i I y "r y{ yr LBJ STEPS DOWN
Lyndon BdDeI obnIOD retires this month, after fire stormy
y. tad turbulent years u Pre.ldellt.
ceremonies will ..ebe tall Texan ride down
Dt' ;;:"U TroNAL lag Pennsylvania AveDIII with his secceas aDd DWI fwWenmininj be
_I ; thII .
,r a, ,; ,r '. their OWD feelings about IDII

enigmatic tlaxgb onset 1I will more back five years, to the period Just

tIC I. SIMPSIN..NARAIIRI EIITII. 4.T-; j rj .were before My own dented LJDiIoo therighttovotelasomeSouthern Johnson became PrsldIlDl. III.tate.lMI black Restaurants people

IILIA WII1EN.CIICIIATIIN' IANAIIIi aDd other public places were often dOlled to III. Landlords ware
legally free to discriminate In choosing! their tenants on racial

NJIIINC AIIIESS grounds alOlll. a very different place then We looked for

'Lnnedv to end these Indignities and Us last mentis!

I 232) KW1IEF LIAR .. J I, ., were"occupled with plans tor civil rights laws to deal with some
'. : .
.' 1 pct them But thenbe was brutallyctruck -tt
I P.O. HI MS JUXSINVILLE FLIIIIA U2I1I .'. I '1"F down by an assassin's :"t Johnson became .
: : bullet and Lyndon
: : President .
PIINE 3M1712 ,, : : f;;.: It seems strange now, but in ?rt-.

: November, 196J, many black j 'j

ft MIAMI IFFICE 5111 .... 7(1( ATI.PT C people were apprehensive about
"'' him. President Kennedy was n p ,

PIIXE( 7513171SUBSOUPrmRATE MIDDLE CLASS BLACK PEOPLE MUST CHANGE "charismatic for the figure black whose masses concern Ji- ..

EXISTING ATTITUDES 'TO PRODUCE THE KIND OF RE"r earned their devotion His replacement I Hgm LvVt *K. '
led *
by a Southerner JTJT"4many
One Year, $12.00 Half Year, $7.OOMall.d To You EVALUATION OF IDEAS AND INSTITUTIONS TO to believe that civil rights measures didn't have a chance
The opposite was true Anton: his first acts was to push tor a
Anywhere In The United States .. sweeping Civil rights bill that barred discrimination in public
Advance BECOME POSITIVE OR AGGRESSIVE COMMUNITY accommodations djsegregated public facilities and made equal
Subscription Payable employment opportunities the tow of the land
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Send .1 ( In 198S he guided a voting rights bill through Congress that
Check Or Money Order To FLORIDA ,
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eve the black man the right to vote denied him by Dixie's Jim
JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 Crow practices As a direct result of this bill the number of

T. SiLmbii.. lit It's No rsc. > black voters in Alabama have doubled in the past four years
white nearly ten times u many blacks are now registered In
Tell It Lib It' Ali't Mississippi
And thanks to President Johnson's persistence, open housjigto !
A great man to that man who says something worth considers- ............................fg............................BaBB8sa the law of the land Today It is illegal to discriminate in

tiool A great man need not be the top ranks society, to the renting or selling mast: homes
hierarchy of the church or to the group called the elite A man YOUR WEEKLY I But the real Impact of the Johnson Administration lies in tie
Is great in proportion u ho expresses that which means.some fact that he made America conscious of poverty Tie "War on
thing to the universe 'Poverty" may have promised more than It could deliver (It
I took a cab on the way to wurk. Just u entered, I heard the certainly never got a fraction of the funds It needed)but It
driver say: "W>>! we need to balance of power, not black power focused national attention on urban poverty and national energies
not white, Just balance of power!" At first I was a bit cencerneel on fighting want and deprivation
for I did not know Into what direction his thoughts were ..,. : GUIDE Medical aid for the aged, historically high appropriations for
But, as we rolled along and u be talked to the passenger to" : HOROSCOPE education model cities and the 196J housing act-til brought
the front seat, I felt that this manhad something<.et of ts dost O. federal power to bear on tit problems of the poor and the cities
have and to so doing have created an Irreversible trend toward

Then, my driver said a startling thing that caused me to titnt:1:, social Justice
"The Negro buys whathe wants and begs what he needs!" William ly TI President Johnson also brought black man to the seat of power
Shakespeare could not have said it".. stronger than a Ee appointed no'rt WEaver to the Cabinet axed Thu. good Marshall
(sonnet by Milton and as vital and piercing u a polonaise by to the Supreme Court-both historic firsts More Negroes held
Chopin. WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS high level appointments in. the Johnson Administration than any
I Ir
Therefore I listened He went on to say that many of our bent before. .
educated inn and women get their degrees but cannot keep their << <,ir The Great Society may have been wounded In the Jungles of
own children from falling off the stools of good lato the ghettoish Iq FOR ; ,'. I Vietnam and because of this the Johnson-haters and detractorsare
ways of the dope fiend or ttte gambler '" many, but history has a way of stripping aside the controversies
What he said to u true as can be. to It not true that the s hoot of the present, Judging Presidents by their lasting
teacher at the end of the month has overloaded her credit BUSINESS-LOVE-TRAVEL = contributions. And history will be very kind to Lyndon Johnson
card, because she bought what she wanted? Is It lot true that the I believe be will go down as a peat President whose domestic

well-to-do Negro thinks more terms of that limousine, becausehe ..lea.-.-.-.- .......................MsjICIK (........... .....r'I'rtf accomplishments tar outweighed the International policies that
has the money acid'can afford'Ittls notneed mort Important I s divided, the nation?and led tq, his Party's lost of power. I think
;All o! tho ,( t arU er Hn history *bovjnde hjstftf\ > ;4nd left at '1r:' ': Ui !that, many:black*people already rut Lyndon Johnson u the
'footprints tat. the'sands of; Ume-.ere",people .wl t ttvtt: only A11ES/iii 'J;': PresidentBO< : has, for the black men, I
according to needs, the bar..edI." '?. *;' t r ?-.. ) ""- oar1n gang Jan, L6'l9s5. Andrew M. ;Bradley' first :Negro,t o serve II

Jesus himself Implored us tG give no thouighilolortutrow. IAICI mi ,y IIII JEPt.1M 1111 "IC; Pennsylvania governor's cabinet, named :o post of secretary: of
Some of use art so tied up In debt burdened w:th mortgages r property and supplies.
Involved In clubs, etc, that we are constantly the state of 21'1' APRIL titl 22.t. IILY,22i1' ,. "- IC.Ti 24tltt lilt .. IAH. .jttlK

.want. Constantly we hear !the thought "I buy what wast!" Accord, aot discord. It can be Take the safe way If you nave; maybe' lore Romance to not takes two. While there are Tire
Every morning when the local drlnkery opens thereto that Used so Buck easier to explore new acquired the kind of home that 'always ushered In to the lOUd no mime about individual Celll'l Surfeit .Speaks
men and women, all buying what they want, not what they need avenues of agreement than to suits the other members of the of sweet mlllle.1t baa often ben ability to succeed and to cash '
The Negro socialite never thinks of the need of the poor and flounder alone on separate family besides yourself, do not evoked by the sight twopeopto to sebstaatially therefrom, It BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL
the really needy because she Is spending her salary on what reads that often lead to some make the mistake sacrificing meeting under rather unusual should be recognised Oat the
she wants Too many of us have forgotten that an" needs art to unwanted piace This should be it to satisfy what may turn oat I circumstances and belaboring signs BOW visible are more oft It was hypocritical and disgraceful. for the United Nations
be considered the thought that both parties to to be a misguided ambition. As each other mercilessly And declaration of Intention than an Security Council to eondemr. Israel for destroying airplanes at
Negro wage earners in Ami-lea, who have money to spare, a dispute should bear U mind far u the financial angles are then first thing yon know, they accomplished tact. Don't letthis the Beirut (Lebanon) airport to a reprisal against ,Arab com
should bind themselves together and help those who Beet law "'ere a Irrevocable and,, concerned! ,' there should be' art kissing! each other aid throw you for the simple mando attacks on Israelis.
can we eliminate suffering and misery for those wile seed bet sometimes, regrettable complete satisfaction with the making up But there may be reason that it may not be necessary And It' was dsplorable for the United States-'with a half million
cannot get what they need? Why do we want more that we really la Vlehata-to condemnation.
.a.c1l1ou.1.oY..frleodladYlc. terms given or rec.lyed.lfl.ll1. some obstacles to overcome to nil any longer than troops war-torn take part in that
need? Has the basic evaluation! of money prompted at to the tad good sense all Join la r.. body tries to go beyond what before being able to take the 19 or more days to really We live In times when morality Is thought to bt the act of
11IIII7fils sphere of sophistication to the extent of forgetting our fellow cOllIDe,WUng positive and bona appears to be a reasonable trip down the aisle and beingshowered tItlI,,,. Either necessary cash 'Judging what others do. Each group minds the next group's
oil ,Jmtrmonts aid actions w&b &e business, while Ignoring Us own.
limit, the whole deal could be traditional to net forthcoming or somehety .
/ true that the Federal Government has ...,. Bet.1 to Saps are at a peak, and thereis called off to everybody's disadvantage rice If the chances do improve' at the top to not quite The Security Council adopted this corruption d morality when
who also really true that the Federal! Government to trying to heir those ao reason why they should In any event, do not as wen they can, It may aot ready to make It possible tor It blamed Israel for doing what every member nation of tie
under peed. The problem is not altogether in Bkfrt. t to lot stay there unless they are shut the door !tight for another be till after mldmoath before you to act or btaelt from' United Nation has always done and will continue to do as long
right .
our nosesThe deliberately dashed to tht and, perhaps.better opportunity this$an be slated for sure eeriest omfeavorsI u there are countries on this earth:
needy person has been Ignored to our culture. The driver blDco.trolllbl.telllplr. The
,ron. to reach a favorable conclusion only difference was that Israel's attack caused no loss
brought out a point which shall never forget. We cannot balance or emotionalism. may more agajn arise 4. -+IIO IS., n 77 441 N .'!< '11- S5 144AIIAIIU Can the United States claim u much in Vietnam? Or Russia
power until., learn toe value of that extra dollar we use lor'wbat .in Csechoslovakla? Or Nigeria In Blafra _
wt want but do Dot need We must congratulate the Jew. 4. 10- 18 :28 55 J37 1 -ti0' 15 $4, 99.725LEI. If the Cuban Communists kept sending?raiding parties into the
When be decided that,because of discrimination,he could not find JCIIPIIIIIN United States, would it be noble and decent of us to stand Jolly
lodging the city hotel, be bought the hotel In other words be by and do nothing to stop !the raids? .
needed the hotel Then, and only then,he reverted to tile acquisition THUS ICY IIIN UN.2ttt No, we would be honor-bound retaliate to some way to protect'
of some of that part of life he wanted. 24tl NI, 22N ourselves! even at the cost of life.' Why then,,''does a world
Tie Negro must learn that. IIIR APRIL IIIN JILT .
Religion is not enough Neither Ill lltk dripping! with blood feel obligated to condemn Israel for doing
black nor white Is a color It to said. Weight to more Important Ziti 22N -, AM.It's : ,.22i. Its an' omen. With Mercury' what we all do? '
If we are to tip the scales In our favor, we must lea/e off stuck MAT. 2Mk still pingretrogradewhat K's nary a alp Km If nothing I suspect that Israel has become (or long has been)aa inter-
of what wo want and get down to the altty-grltty. to that which Efforts are lost. Although U, good enough. Even though seems to bt comltgtopass may comes out of what appearstotan scapegoat for world's falllnp. '

we need] border. that we might help.others may seem as if you hate been the support that h sow avallable be mote of apromlse than a txeptiaoaUy promising deTtloBaent -\ .In these troubled days, one false move. by a major power could
wasting time, energy and effort maybe purely moral, don't 'reality. But It should lot be.sufficient ,' this to no positive end human life. Little peace seems to result from the many
,.. PliNtttrU Diys la a futile bid for supremacy, scorn it tt could very well be cause for aayont tt Indication that an your hopes attempts to build a more peaceful world.'
atttoct stay be whispering la that toe one giving it, due to throw his arms up to the air and Vrf alas* have coat to a dead D to Israel's misfortune to be blamed for the world's continuing
your ear that WIll not so.The, trotdahlt circumstances, asIt despair of the final results It enl' n simply means that the belligerence Few nations are Dot at some other nation's throat,
Tit days of the plantation art over Is or Inert are stay bt discovered. Thereto to fairly when .
timing wrong obvious looking goal fortune that has you address but Its brail that gets condemned.'
This to the rallying cry of Black Am.rleaelac its matters that have beet over- nothing to be galn.d.througnCastentlaa ahead thatoutcomes will be to
u bttof held up long. One to particularly\ shocked that the United States took part to
determination to shape Its own destiny.and to establish absolute that most be focal and legal or otherwise/ for and
Lobed hoped perhaps even onset* for something else ofttjtal lilt condemnation, for Israel to the only loyal ally this country
equality the United States .take care of The same la far MIl a planned trip has to be better for those who sit hack Importance to catch up has to the Middle East and Just about the nation la that area
Negroes have taken a new, vigorous tack for galalng their have bettor postponed.' Instead of, finding:, only
from Jest since yw patiently and lean how to wait rill M. Jest check and find that tent ruled by aCommmlM-domlatt '
: alms listed primarily u self-respect, seU-coasctetsness aidfreedom Ma two more weeks to seek fault, it may be a mattter oat', .at toast until past mldronth.. ,'. out If there to something" you The Israelis correctly note that the Arabs'dmilltsrydictatorsblp.. deadly raids on
to mold their furore.
and to put thanking tilt stars for keeping '
At musing pieces nay hart emloohtt and set Israel ovttt
Secondary to bringing about "respect sad acceptance" by the them la fee proper place It, .you away from what amy have" <, 40 .- It 'tN.4.10ELItA111t ahttt patttof all at pieces; lathe of morality.B : little concern among the.self-proclaimed arbiters

white community art better housing,better Jobs,better eeueeUet yea suhait to a feeling of dl s- tumed out! to be"dangerous sit'aUons right ... with pattoae is only when that nation a'fights btck-wbether it the cost of
Political of course, will be keystone to achieving these ,
power, eatrastatnt. or the Impatient .. .. tat c wringing bo beard around the world.
Black Power Is simply "a response to the acts of We, tt to of associates woM \
ogys 'I. SO, .: 14 .75' IJ .IU This ta Dot to QPJa1ll attacks on anyone's aircraft: But when
explained to a safer denominational Journal Oat reason why. threw to DIe sponge you wouMbe I tO- :u hundreds of
Black Power sometimes seems harsh Is that many el the acts serving the Interests of your 'i, Nil III the Nigerian thousands and of people art dying and being killed in
Vietnamese civil wars members of the U teI.!
are harsh, comments Ernest bcyitona.talfwrlterd the titled ,
rather man JOlt i
Methodist Church's Board of Missions 'competitor .. IUrfIc.. Jilt Nations Bust surely recognise that a reprisal raid on property
f1fI11 : ; Is only u
B Is not the that whites fear tt to lit Infinitesimal put of the world's monstrous evils
nightmare some : Beyntoaadds. w rims
g..rj, ; ..U. n : Si,.. IIKS'ri ;t I &' IddiJp.. As snottiest : tSIN Certainly these nations must realise' that the destruction of.
"'I1at days of tilt plantation art over" to what at aUUnat .jNI' "' 'takes a person or thing leer .. fit airplanes, Is tot oa a level with the taking Israeli, Vietnamese,
minister u Detroit the Rev. Albert B. Citato, Jr., sold to 1 t2)x.1 INSEDtL12h/: granted, something tsually' ftvekot I IM' lil. 2ttl' or Blots Urn. Or hare we gotten tome pout, where things have
to jour become -
turning down a Ford Foundation grant of $110,00d.iO. lilt 1"'_ show ts the error mare important than people? + *: ii
UWU, Black Power totes Mr Spates .to at Deeeefttr M IIRC .'U be back:BOOM ae laob. way*. Dent be 4eeetve4bysspearances a'. t a wide. 'AUhomA what S
Issue of tilt CHRBTUN ADVOCATE:, Negroes to all country 21st .HithVs exceptionally good perhaps ln..'.. and assays that. tiinenlrid ant ... ....BOt 'HISTORY
were dependent upon whites for Jobs, housing, legal protected a premise. atertsttogeactstttrs -' the way of a Job promotion<< or '>oa have won teeseene's affection aetssnutty. ..... "thtfattera THIS WEEK IN .i.o .
aid tdncatloa. That's how they got frustrates. conversations, or evryththing .. could spite .nse4tTls |xnnted,.J ser at rest ef she year It may '
Black Power he brings oat sharply, 1s the "first slmUOeaat, tfeseeete art there maintain u that or chip anytttof ataJI.until-, he thirty sissjaeantas- owmat'. .. t
break to the civil rights pattern of asktof eccaHaally ........ latt aid ...... There are ..they, somehow,eludlnjyour tat ban game or wbatever yon toe_ Ills aoalf. Take to Jaa.lT.lMl hold three Henry"Hammering Hank"Armstrong.only fighter
Ing thugs of whites ptrMs, as wen you nay have ,grasp. nil is not aa occasion are waiting lor to over There cat to etaatettot via the joint Relic tltkt simultetotsr/. retire
-Bttack civil rights Yal'br..IIr. Boyatoa charges, ''II1IIut scttrt4 In tile past, whoa :.for abandoning all hope aid :art dlsappototmeate Jt store ee enemy ant prow out .. ,
were tacit Toms Tat cause ae longer Is nterrtfttM. Store to mere to bt gaited by .taking; the dim wins regardingthe for those who have Galled to .ant* a* leaftr tt at> .=:. nor Iu. 11" 111'.Ic Kerc.,1 PfO n became first 'Negro- topractice
civil rights movement wMtf t Ktaa at laklaf artcLpaMt Mare. Perhaps someTatofteMPte 1 take seta postfMlttles M.' at times. .avtott w invest,: law before the.UJ. Supreme Court .
Be quotes tilt ROT. Nathan Wright, Jr. Newark, II J. Ssseef, : cttta. lotMoae wko IteM } : on the, way- ,' as-lt! const as4 who have font en flatassnmptlea neat artgraas cheek he Jsa.1Sji141 r.Wllllisas .
pale priest and a aatlonal leader of the Maui Oat ".. nays ,.* It yw.paay have tile nay, be ,oar'good fortune to.; that .nears 'were, knelt tB to Mt to onato I : : Dr'Daaid.; BaIt ;Brit doaaew to perinrsY
.01 the BtosftU. were days Ill ,tie rfatoictltra. Miftatt MM twice to ....,.,' I yet' find out after mJdtwota.ContWtestily I bonnl to come .tnt as asttelaato4. -, a greater yield 'wltkott 1ICCIUfI(..... wu bon 1a PeoasylvWa.II a1Io
-economic,-psychological aid stsrtttal.. Tat bad rie'i tot .aay .tMrts. be 'strt to:: ,keep on I working aid, I'P: .' A, frtenf en wnesa. yon' leeprnlnat stt/. Tile may .. Rusp F" 4,:
entire Use was devoted to tile white mass ....." ..< *,JIX : pet ttstrt yes lip..Tfttfostaasitstlacksa.aUaeaier'-' acting'u IfBraid you bad carried eonnted may not te reaty to' tetjntrt seektat able frttaaet ''LlilflS' '
: *legacy was devastating. Mr. legates .tale/ 'off the prise and retito 'I., the word. But i ..... lilt Staelulety. 1'11II6II.....end. """ .GL'.f: Flr-t xricaa'Bsptld, Owes'. organ. '!**, toI"
fflfffiffi .
ho the Powers I. Met ........'... attataifc orlsare tot sttf-confidence regardless\of *. bt yon because of a rtstBtaatt) ,Irta. -hyHaiM q ray .
Mack Power' Ms*.Htv1eineetoBtlB reeI. .naaytatef.I or ..,.. J':! a ftml y
lire, strntr he says at tacks art 01' ,!; j taL. 1""U1 Sloth &lltri'1-
'; N"nttaj, "to (st, ay oat mas-fa he nrtttehaefc itMrtetJ _, M.* ,II 1.-; ,...ltl.! ;; i .'M *, n, .,ii-M- ." 7r., 1O..It:oo !' 1 1rNT' '!':i ',C < l,".,;/"'e'11 f.'v.; 'il'm. '; PIIh s&ms. In: Arkansas: 01 Jobe CUy'Art.y) Jdaos nor p ovh.-I l


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Ml', Moriah Baptist Legion Holes High Style For March- oF Dimes Episcopal Radio :I

AnnouncesTwo Unit No. 197 bas met Is commitments .--
to the three veterans
Anniversaries hospitals In the state.Thtquotaof J .
Christmas gifts for the hospitalised Program Brings
HBfllini; ? Jwoarv zz tndcon- veterans to send totheir _
Jaauary36 the
families was met.Thellll1talsoY1s1tedtllt.
au Korlala II tJst Charda wtU
celebrate its Numerous Response
White Nursing Home /on
and the first Christmas morning and carried
cheer and gifts to them. Two NEW YORK According to broadcast and should listen to
i veterans were given special I r Leon Modiste director of the the area phone number for
gifts since: they were leaving LL national Episcopal Church's calling. The broadcast is made
forborne t47 General Convention Special Monday through Friday, from.
On Thursday January B, the Program "Night Call" Is increasingly 11:30: to 12:30On .
wait motored to the McClenny bringing in Thursday night, January
State Hospital and entertainedthe .; ro responses because of the far- I, Mayor Richard Hatcher was
patients) there. The Juniors reaching' import of its broad' Interviewed. He is one of two
.of the unit put on aa impressive casts.
show. Refreshments were On one occasion a broadcast
served. More than 19 enjoyedthe brought telephone calls from
festivities, including those more than 64,000 persons who
who remained oa the ward sought to participate In tiltdluul1oDl.1btprocram'
Those la attendance from the .
unit were Mrs. Ruby Clawsoo, format features a guest whiteor
Mrs Luella Cummmgs Mrs. black who answers questions
Ernestine Lewis, Mrs. Elisabeth phoned in by listeners
anniversary of the pastor,. Rev. Cameron,VMai Cameron, l( throughout America 1
HL. Herod. Carolyn Lewis, Vanessa "Communication networks are
>J1 services Till begin at I Cameron, and Theodore Lewis. aa Indispensable element In the
pm Guest churches lAd Sewing bee.han beeD planned. long-range program to end
pastors will bepresent Wednes Comfort articles win be prepared poverty and racism In the United
day Thursday Friday. and for use In the hospitals. States," said Modeste recently.
SlIDday. Volunteer workers are continuing This broadcast is now made
Wednesday's (tie tti will be their monthly visits to>>Lake over (3 stations. In the next
Rev II Demps, Beulah Baptist: City Hospital two years it Is hoped that expansion
Rev. A.J. Hughes. St John The regular meetlngof the unit will embrace than 200
11 11Setting LEON MODESTE
Baptist and R,,. R.L. Smith. will be Friday night In the I stations At the present time
First Timothy. Post Home. +: a the broadcast ranges from Massachusetts Negro mayors of major cities
.Thursday's visitors will be to California and In the United States. .
IUv, Lee McQueen, Royal Gateway Barracks from Minnesota to Florida, and Mayor Hatcher answered
Tabernacle and Rev W.C.NeaL Includes Jacksonville frankly and sincerely all
St Ibomas Baptist.On This program is unique hi that questions put to him. He revealed
Friday pests listed are 3131 Will Meet '" It Is the only program of its that there has been a
Rev, Usury Bible Baptist Barracks 3131 the pace In tidd-S"; community service, the March carried on-at 103 Birth tb"'C Centers supported by the March type providing for definite lessening of invitations by
Church; Rev. FIDDe). Greater Gateway No. of Dimes volunteers donate their energies to the fight against 'of Dimes throughout the nation Volunteers also coordinate Intercommunication between whites for participation In programs -
Mew Jerusalem Baptist and of Veterans of World War No. birth defects. Through fund-raising events such u the always- prenatal cares d a cat I projects andpirform non-professional whites and blacks A grant of but averred that there
Rev Jab Ray Union Progres- 1, USA meetsSaturday,January popular fashion show, they 'contribute to the important work ,duties at Birth Defects Centers $19,000 was made recently by Is also>> an Increase Interest
II, at I p.m. at the VeteraDl'Buracta. Uie of the white
11'. the church for further broadcasting on part populace.He
Sunday's BaptIst.guests will. be Rev, All officers, 1509 and members Kings Road.are Delia Campell East Florida' ,Ushers Union Plans Mass Meeting MondayThe This grant will be of has not attempted to>> over-
AB. ,temporary value.The project the image of the Negro
Baptist Cummings Rev. T.R. Ue West Union ,asked to attend Special Information Chapter' Will Ushers' Union of the East ,January \, 0, at 8 p.m. Rev. Union will hold Its meeting at program is now sponsored but has emphasised the importance
hill ; ,Spring- will be given by Com Florida and Bethany Baptist Mitchell ffc pastor.Utter Board the home of Mrs Finnic Garner by TRAFCO Television, Radio of collaboration on the
West Baptist, Friendship.; Rev R.L.Rev.Wilson, mander Willie R. Attrition. An Observe Anniversary Association will be held, as amass No.>> 1 of St. Thomas Baptist Friday night at 8 p.m. Mrs. and Film Communicators, of part of 'all Many outstanding
Jones, First Corinth WL. members are urged to be on betia Campbell' Iii meetingat LIttI.Rock ,Church will serve Mary Heard is president. Rev., the United! Methodist Church Negroes and, whites have beefInterviewed ;
Baptist time. Chapter Baptist Church 1I da1111&bt". ,The Executive Board of the BR. Hartley is moderator. Jaxons can receive this I
and Rev. J.II. Dixon ,
Mt. Olive will observe its (bird anniversary
Primitive Baptist.Friendly t. Simpson ME Church on January 20 in the homeof

West Side Will Hold Men's' '4103 matrons Rev Santee and and Mrs Road members J.All Singleton worthy of the, BRAND NEW 1969 MODELS i

Choir Union In Masonic family are Invited.
Day On Jan. 26 The hours will be from 4 to 1

Monthly Meeting 'The men of Simpson Memorial 6pm. Mrs Elba Robinson -

The Friendly Westslde Choir's United Methodist Church will 'Is The Worthy public Matron.Is also invited.'
Union will meet in mass,revival present their annual Men's, lit 2t &WM Machine
Sunday January 26, at Day 28. program Sunday'January
2:30 p.m.; In the main unit of Latimer Williams will serve Owens' Illinois ]
Mt. Missionary Baptist
as chairman. Percy Karris will
Church The combined, 1551 Lee choirs Street.of the be co-chairman. James Ladies Plan Meet I
Williams will be program
Cedar.Hurst Holiness Church chairman. Dr Robert Webster Owens Illinois Ladles will hold
of God and Usher Boards No. the first meeting of the New
of the Department Religionof
1 1t
.I and; Mt,SlnalVlll Edward 'Waters College win Year Saturday at 7:30 in the
serve Mrs..Flossie M. Rhlm 'be the morning' ale "** Rome c* Mrs.iAuUe Sherman \
w111'.rn asjnlstresi of: ,A musical' program h&s been 1321 'IHlJJtwet. AH
,'Ceremonies Special guests will planned lor the night service. m.euiberatrIexpected? for 1 .READY'C 41(3Ij.ylpppp ,
be the HeraldalresMissGlorla Rev. 8S. Robinson Is pastor. business importance.. T
,Thompson and the Adult ChoirNo. .
1 01 Mt. Pleasant Baptist Engaged
r.a114allw1tb Mr. B Collins FABRIC KITS
at the'console Mrs Ruby B.
Stewart Is president,Rev, B.
J. Lane Is host pastor,

Ladies Auxiliary Plans given with the purchase''a i -j I

f Friday Night Confab of this .SEWING MACHINE, 2.

The.,Ladles of Auxiliary 214 NA 0. ,
tithe Brotherhood of the Coastline
Railroad will meet Friday,
January 1'7. at 8 p.m,, In the
home of the president, Mrs S.II .,
Shipp, 1M3 West Tnlrty-
Does all this
espected third Street.attend All members art: Automatically

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Berneata' Robinson I '

Weds William 'Hall, t Blindstitches Embroiders

'Mrs' Bernealha MIkt"e4 Buttonholes Darns, Mends,

,Robinson and Mr.William Ball' i" .
Walker were married Decent t. If .: 89f Fancy Patterns Sews with twin needles IDt j
bar 31 In the homed the brideat &
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5703 Mahalla Drive Rev. -
,Landau Williams performed ,Mr and Mrs.'ALonso Lewis.3315 Jacksonville,
ceremony. announce this week tilt engagement of their daughter,Miss Ruby' '
Guests present were Rev and Lee to Lee Edward Full 88
Bradley Washington; son of Mr. and Mrs. $
lire Landon Williams Mr.and Robert Houston of Tampa, Fla. The bride-elect at the moment eioNeO ay' /
Mrs;James LacyM*.and Mrs.. is an employee of X.L DuPont Nemours and Company of Wilmington '
L.J. Similar. Mrs Ruth Goldman DeL The parents of the groom reside at 3717 East I
., Mr and Mrs 'JobDRh_' kDewild Avenue, Tampa. Mr.Washington, graduate of Florida I
Mr. and Mrs. Augustus Collins A&M University teacher In the School .
ill. HlUsborough County
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Mr..d. .Mr."CaI,1D Jones..; Syaltm:1bi bride-elect Is likewise a graduate of FAMU. She Is / I %,1r I nory sand nest allr.oready fabric till bested ore yew erembreldtred Price I /-:11
'Mrsr NJ. Anderson, Mrs Eddie < 'also a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority. The wedding It Each kit con
Harris; Miss Deborah will take place! oa Aprils, 196, at 1:10 p.m.1D the Lewis 13 taint a d tign.r.faihiontdgarmtnt .
Harris i"Mrs, Sarah Graham, Memorial AMS: Church. Bradley holds degree la chemistry o ready Cut wilh/ ell
Mrs. Beanie Wilson. A reception and Is_by profession!" : 1 chemist, 'The groom to be holds a V ntasiary trimming. follow/

followed the wedding .bachelor'sdefr** m Ustonr.SAVE __u= _____ GUACANILLD ,'y simple. All Initrucliant rind' it a and sewing full
to WASHABIS .. :: tV' |/lyl.l to 'r ONE, DOLLAR UPON DELIVERY
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', Dupont ;.o' ? r Delivery ot no extra charge, allow len day.Money refunded within. 5 day
,NYLON"501!' r ti after purchase if not completely satisfied.Cempl.te '

!/2' COST' CARPET ,$2" ) with, :1 .':..S .a NAME FABRICS IRAND rNylenZlpp.r '.'
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Trimmings e
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I American Jewish Congress Urges Drive For Fair Treatment Of Negroes' I

:Latimore- Gospel Singers Celebrate Leader Strive To Keep I

I Latimore Singers' Anniversary ; -" Co..leltlol Areas Open IBe

26 Mt. Ararat Check ; ( r
January at "
I ',,'l 6 ,. American Jewish Conp not one of abstract Justice bull
> ""< Ii bu 1uDcbtdlJllt1ODwJdedrift one that has Immediate bearing\
The Utlmore Gospel Singers, their twenty-first I\:
schools to !
the thick
a troop of small children, 41- Suaday Bight January 26, at aimed at "a re-0rdrlng oa QU'
rected by Mrs. Alberta I p.m. la the anna of the Mt, *. of national priorities fr tad children go the neighborhoods
latolerabl i Urdu rfpoverrj in which we live, ow place\
Church Sixteenth !
Latimore, plan celebratmc Ararat Baptist 1i tR tbe "
Ufe. of work ou employment
and Myrtle. and urban ghetto and
Baptist Mi.lster'sWins Oa Sunday morning January Tie action Came at a meeting our professional careers," tilt
2$, at l0 a.. this taupe of me Congress National statement declared adding: I
Council marking' the "The Inherent difficulties created -
group singers fill appear
Alliance oo JIT-TV. Golden Jubilee of UMCoogrtM, by this cba11tDp ban beta 1
For more than to years the 1Y which was founded bare exactly intensified by the injection of 1
Banquet Siccess Latimore Singers have sung (0 years ago Howard*Squad- Negro anti-Semitism by son
before thousands of listeners ron, eo-cbairmaa of the Negro militants U a means
The Baptist UHOsters' Wires 'b 1950 they were in New York Governing Council, presided. of arousing hatred. In tort,this
Alliance banquet was a sue statement. adopted by lOlI self-defeating hate tactic baa-
City, where they made record- m a
c.... ings with Flai Recording delegates from all sections of been exploited by some whitesto
Hostesses were Mrs. Freeman the Congress declared arouse fear and reslstanc!
Company. These children, with the country! ,
and Mrs.Scott.
Mrs Jeffery to change among I.n.for whom
Mrs. Latimore u'manacer., :
The affair beld 11 the
musician and directress, bare "Jedalsm. mandates a com- the living memory of pets
dining area of Emanuel Baptist traveled throughout! Florida, moment to the elimination of ctttlon and destruction u the

Church. Georgia, South Carolina, North .- I .. the frlghtfil suffering aDd scapegoats for Hitler's agrei-
Mrs S.L. Badger wife of Carolina and in surroundingareas. _. ... J ., anguish of million of Negroes slat 11'still tragically alive.
Rev S.L. Badger welcomed tilt Stan above are members of the widely-known Letlneore Gospel Jeaa bake; nine, treasurer; Nlta Burke eight chaplain; Teny "Wi call upon the Jews of "Neither Jew nor Negro can
wires, husbands and other More than 150 children have Singers woo will celebrate the twenty-first anniversary on Boyd seven, chairman of programs, not singing; Fay Boyd! five, America to make the greatest be helped to achieve freedomby
inosts. The first business"meeting been trained by Mrs. Latimore Sunday night January 26, at S p.m., at the Mt. Ararat Baptist programs; Tim Williams I, mascot and youngest radio person contribution possible toward the use and exploitation at
for the year will be sine Its inception. Church annex, Sixteenth: and Myrtle. This group will also be ality In the city. Bernard McClain, reporter and assistant meeting the challenge of the anti-Semitism or antiNegroism -
held In the borne of the president TIle children take part u officers featured on WJXT-TV at ':30 a.m., Sunday morning, January manager and Mrs. Alberta Latlmor are standing m the buck Negro community' In itsdemaad which only serve to
Mrs B.W. Williams 911 of the organisation. 26. From left in the picture are: Lily Burke, 10, president; Not shown are Harriet McMillan, seven' ; Mamie Epps, 10 and for fall Justice and equal strengthen those who oppose
West Twenty-second, Monday, This anniversary celebration Jackie Young,l0secretarySonjaStevenanotsingingat present; Enoch Epos, nine. For our own part.tbAmerlcu freedom and equality tor all
January 20, at 5:30: p.m. will also emphasize the Importance Jewish Congress will continue America."

Sunday School of transportation for Second Baptist Matrons' In. Program to bend Its efforts! to building! The delegates adopted a tout-
the group. Members do not pay 'support) within its membershipand point program to strengthen ,
dues. They are trained free of the larger Jewish community Negro-Jewish relations by
And BTU Plan ,charge. Funds from the anniversary to achieve greater involvement .Involving the organisation's
remain the sole in programs directed to membership more :closely IB'!
Meet In Hot Spring source of Income for traveling correcting the critical problems anti-poverty and community
about, of the cities." action projects. The AJCon-
HOT SPRINGS Dr. E.A. The general public and all t .. YMt It AJConfreit statement grew activities la this area
Freeman, president of tbe' groups, choirs, ministers and acknowledged tbat the "argent win be beaded by Leonard Fein
National Baptist Sunday School their congregations are urged r ttemuds of Negro toda,"- Boston associate director of
and Baptist Training Union 'to support this group of sing posed a particular challenge the Harvard-MIT Joint Center
Congress, recently announced' ers. for American Jews, who for for Urban Studies, who has been
the mid-winter board meeting the mart part lire and work In appointed chairman of the or.
of the National Congress In the Pallbearers Society cities ganization's CommllllOD 1 I on
auditorium of the national BathHouse ;'For them the challenge IsCollege Commuilty: Interrelations,
Hotel at Hot Springs

Ark.10 a.m., Tuesday January 21, at Will Meet' Jan. 22 Park i I

Every board member is urged Pallbearers' Society No. 11 The First Baptist Church of pastor; will speak. BTU begin
to attend. This the will annual be the last..: meets Wednesday, January Chapel 22; 11M Matrons' Progressive CI:of Second Baptist! Church. Rev. bud Raymond will give the Scripture reading* Mrs. Ola Jackson: College ParkwlllbaveIts' at 6:30 p.m. On Sunday night!;
before cession
meeting at 7 p.m. in tbe Yarlck Carl Sams pastor will have a gala program Sunday afternoon, 'twill give the Occasion. Master Willie Matthew will play an usual services Sunday. Sunday Choir No. 1 will fellowship: I
Miami June 1969.Dr.
at of
'Freeman Is Mrs. AME Zion Church. Business January 19, at 3 p.m., at the church. In the picture above at the Instrumental solo. Miss Sheila Williams will give a reading Scho begins at 10:30: a.m., with the St. Peter Choir at St.
presldant. transacted.
Importance will be left ii shown Rev. Carl Sams. The ladles are members of the Miss Brlnda Ivory will sing.John Payne will introduce Dr. Sams., with Superintendent James Peter's Baptist Church. Mrs
Estell is
Bessie 8.
secretary. Perlina Pugh, president. Matrons' Club The senior choir of the church will sing Clev.Se' Mis. Susie D. Thompson will make the presentation. Mrs. A.B. McCatchen in charge. Julia M. Haynes reporter.Rev
Darby is president. Rev lama wW make closing remarks. The Devotions will be led by an' S.D. Davis pastor.
I church Is located at 954 Kings Road. appointee. Rev. F.D. Davit,

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how -
GREATER! SWEETFIELD BAPTISTRev. charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor. The matting
You D.B. Barnes pastor will deliver both major sermons service beglnsat 11 a.m.1th the charge of devotloos.
r"h Sunday. Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and No. Rev. Glantoo will speak. The combined choirs will serve Kri.
r ,rate 2 will serve throughout the pay* Mis. llU Hines Lambert will be in charge of moslc. At 3 p.m., communion
.'" ,;/'< i ,,111 1 the organ. Willie 1.. Young will be at W1.Jt :Prayer-meeting! services Will 'be held, with visiting deacons in charge. 'He
NEWAl' '\ is Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., wait the n'i' the"deVdtidns.On \ beysagiwU1+ M 'delivered by the pastor. Mr..Lambert will be
'lilew Wednesday at 7 p m. Bible\ study U conducted Cholr"No' : 2 '"'to' charge of'mniic. Ordination services for Rev. Ashburrwia
ca' rehearses Wednesday at S p.m: Choir Nd'/r: rehearses at be held at T p.m: Rev. W.L. Glanton Is pastor;'
B p.m. Saturday. The Junior Choir rehearsal is at 6 p.m.
Saturday The D.B. Barnes Choir rehearses on Saturday. All NEW REDEEM BAPTIST
finanCing members are asked to make their,financial reports to the Sunday School begins at 9)0 a.m., with the superintendent In
president or leadar.TABERNACLE charge Rev. Norman will review the lesson. The morning worship
begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons in charge of devotions.
.. BAPTIST INSTITUTIONAL Choir'' No.: 3 and Usher Board No. 3 will serve throughout the
Sunday School opens at 9:30 a m.. with Mrs. Bessie Solomon, .da,. Mrs. Fannie Jackson will be in charge of music. Districts
superintendent in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Miss 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 will bold their regular meetings Sunday at 1:01 ,
Yvonne Wilson The morning: worship begins at 11 a.m. Rev W. p.m. The evening service begins at 6 p.m. Both sermons will he
d AIe'N ', E. Young will deliver the message. All adult choirs, the senior 'delivered by the pastor. Prayer mealing Tuesday at 7:30 p.m
'' Y \ ,y maUi cbo1ll.and Usher Board No. 3 will serve.>11 youth choirs followed by Bible study at ( p.m Rev E.I. Norman Is pastor.
? rehearsal Wednesday at 5:30 p.m. The teachers' meeting at
6:45 p.m. Prayer meeting will be at 7:30: p.m., COLOSSLLNS BAPTIST ,
r. t: Sunday School begins\ at 9:30: a.m., with tile superintendent and
liT. MORlAB AIfE teachers in charge. The lesion will be reviewed by the super
H IORRQWEO J6 MONTHS Dr. W.F. Foster presiding elder of the South Jacksonville intendent. The morning worship begins at 11 Lm. The evening'
JO MONTHS 24 District, will conduct the first quarterly conference at ML Moriab worship begins at 6 p.m. The pastor Rev. R.J. Crawford, will
52' 3 MONf NS on January 19. Rev J.W. Jones, pastor requests all to have speak at both services. Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. 1 will
63.05 5 74.16 their written and financial reports ready. Sunday School begin serve throughout the day. Choir No. 1 will bold its rehearsal
3 78.82 90.g4s2 at 9:30 a.m., with J.R. Jackson, superintendent In charge. At Tuesday at 6 p.m Choir No. 2 will bold its rehearsal Friday at
33,000 3 $ 92.71 11 a.m., the morning worship begins with Dr. Foster presiding. 5 p.m. Prayer service will begin Tuesday at 7:30 p.m.
94.58 5113.54 The evening service begins at 6:30 p.m.'At tbat time tile
3110. $111.25 x136.25 quarterly conference will be held. Choir No 1, Ushers No. 1, EMANUEL BAPTIST
34,000 3S $129.79 tile stewards, trustees, class leaders, all boards auxiliaries The teachers and Prayer meeting will be held at tile usual tour
3Igg,96SI26II are expected to support the conference with the assistant pastor and officers la charge, oo Tuesday. On
A 31.33 3181.67A Wednesday Choir No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Choir No. 2 will
NSW MT. OLIVE BAPTIST rehearse all p.m. On Thursday the noonday Prayer service win
Ip i ,I. ,y .Sunday School begins at 9:30 a.m., with the superintendent be held at the church Choir No. 1 will rehearse at I p.m. The
nail chorus will rehearse at 7:30: p.m. Sunday School begins at '
1:30 a.m. with Mrs. Mamie Fields and Deacon George Smith In
charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. Consecration -
win be at 10:50 a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m.,
I, D with tile deacons in charge. BTU begins at 5 p.m., with Deacon
Jl.UU *BM phllllps in charge. TIle evening worship begins at 6:30: '.
I. '.*. Choir No. IUd the male chorus tile Usher Board No. 2,
I. I'' fJ5ll. will serve. Mrs Marian Carter and Mathew McCoy will be in

Lee r tT charge olll'.ll1c.1I1EJmSBIP 'I

>IIIIdar School BAPTIST begins at 1l5a.II.,wUhtlle.-, Dttadeat.UrI.

cia II """r Smith, 1icbtr -. At UM: a.m the morning service
begins wltt Jotional services led by Lucas Winston Ware
nd I by Deacon Ret. B.RobIn.toaW11J pr_ .
*'t a neuoss s eDro TELIplrc.J.AYr At 3 p.m. District No. 2 will meet at the church Deacon Winston

Ware II leader. The weekly prayer meeting will be Tuesday
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lID' you km ,jgoestioM 'sojt' toss Bigfe '-' ..,:I.C. lama;pastor will deliver tilt seracros for the major

t .t crisis our nation h..v.r. worship lilt hours!! ...,. 11at activities for till day will begin with
W'doubt" IIIIIIday School at 9:30 a.m Rtv.SaaslU review the lesson.
!g ced., the ,facial crisis?
anyone c..crauca rites for tbt 4MM ..... tibers and
car. ,
loan will Do
.te '''''' snake yen yon have suggestions'jrou'V like for tilt choir WiD be held at 10:48 adm.. The morning worship
Pare rate th';' Ma a '. '.oj 'I.., ,' to Bake to the Black' and "the"thlte 'begins at *'-a.m. The Baptist Training felon begins at 8:4J
ou, ; ..
I1I e NationaL leadership about the evening worship at 7 tod"tjf
find "' : _how to solve it? P" Weekly activities
... "hchOdu'y. I Do 'to the sharing the anntversary observance of Zion Bop ....-
J can ; you: want
.. he.that: ofher. I1CIIUJ Baptist Church
.. '',)00l. t i Monday atcM. TIle Prayer hUb
I. 'dd/tf .4: or. ;; ordinary citizens ask people)John Hoer services win be Tuesday tt .7 p.m. Tbe Sunday School
l n
,1Itoreet, "te'Ou' to a rock! ,_ :' ',: \VLtndaay aid Btokely Carmichael and* and Teachers Conell will be Friday at 7 ,.III..
... tit h tOw 'm what sort of answers
....h fast ; they coie 'up. MT. SALEM '
toM" 1W'T1BT'BIIIdaIc1IooIIItIlDa
talllThat'a with? Make yourself heard .
why alld 'and hear it at 1:30 La withAssls1antS ..rtatendent
to Our A"fo thato'a. 'hot ;: all :on NIGHT CALL: the new., lax Scott P1't1idlllr.' The *|
dial Loa.l ii,,." nation-", be reviewed by the pastor.
-1 0."' ''''''' ? '.wlcht. telephone call-in' showj, ; The morning ''
It's Norman
a s .ths Just a Tror. Choir Ko 1, along with tidier Board 10. 1. will
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| Office Products Dealers Offer Blacks More Jobs And Better PositionsCIVIL ; I

I RIGHTS 'Noted. Edicitoi Helping The Disadvantaged Opinions Reveal ThoughtsOf

BY NEGRO 'f. '11( Operators Of

Says Negro Is
T SAME: AS BEFORE REPORT ON NIXONSACRAMENTO s ,f Some Bz% of the nation's office "yes":; 19%, "no"} and $0%,

BATON ROUGE, L .._4pO, Cal1f.NPIPrulhatelect )- products dealers are concerned no answer.
f sptte changes In segregate Richard M. Filliif Behfid about the race problem in the The report revealed) that
laws and Negroes' economic Nixon won't let Black militants' United States avowed segregatlonalists werea
,: status, Black peirbli still tend activities stop him from making "One person In 10 In the .w The men who supply the tiny minority of the dealer
to use the same wewUenej racial equality a national coal United States today la a blackman nation's offices with pencils responding to the survey A-
j facilities u before according That was the report of Robert and the ratio Is narrowingall paper clips, furniture ani Chicago dealer said "The
to i dissertation by a Southern H. Finch, who has been designated the time," said Dr. Presell dictating machines are readyto problem has no solution ,and
S university geography protes as secretary of health, R. Robinson president of Saint give the black man and gets larger every day. 1 would
tor. "Weekend and Vacation education and welfare la the Augustine's College, as he members of other minoritiesa ay, give them Mississippi! ,
Recreational Behavior of a Nixon administration. Tin new delivered the address at the more meaningful role In their Louisiana, and Texas,put them
Negro Community In Louisiana, administration can deal with 102nd Formal Opening Convocation 'firms. all there, and let them workout
a Spatial Study" U the UUe (i racial problems with "a lust& recently. "The Blackman 1 These wire tilt rlnlllDrl their own destiny."
the dissertation submitted to of candor and a new kind I41rectDeI. Is not only reproducing rjzi reported In a aewcoaat-to- A typical attitude waa
the University of Michigan by : ." becaue. It owes no faster,,but his education and coast survey for a special report expressed by a Southern California
Dr. William W. Craig, who political debts to the Black income and life expectancy are : "Can TOe Black Man hakeS dealer "1 Is up to ...
I.was awarded the'PhJ degree establishment said Finch, 'a rising much faster than Us In This Industry?", in the the current generation, to start
in geography by the Ann Harbor close friend of Nixon white counterpart," Dr. Robinson -. >December Issue of the magaalne undoing some of the mistakesof
school. stated.! In fact,the number OFFICE APPLIANCES, Elmhurst pact generations Too many
NEW EMPHASMJEFFERSON of our black families earning El, national merchandising problems, /all, etc, were
,Chrysler Homes CITY, Mo -, middle class Incomes has magazine of the office either Ignored, swept under the
(NPI). "The phrase 'civil tripled in the last ten years. products field. rug, deliberately militated or
rights'1 out. Now It Is 'equal Total Black buying power Is up The dealers were asked: misinterpreted I say now that
AccoBBtont For opportunity,*" according to St. over 70 per cent In the same "What Is your responsibility from a practical, u well as amoral
Louis Cardinal pitcher Bob period. The Black man represents to minorities" Some 70%' said standpoint, we'd better
Gibson In his autobiographical"From I $TO billion market. they tad no responsibility,and start trying to correct these
:: Training Drive Ghetto to dory," Gibson But, on the other hand,so great 9% either did not answer or things" ..
asserted that "This Idea Is the on-rash of progress la said they did not know The phrase "push them for-
DETttOIT Robert E. Hill that a Negro will neglect his our economy that in a relative However, only 82% said they ward" apparently caught the
property and run down the sense, the Black man is falling felt a "moral responsibility attention of many dealers who
of Robert! E. Hill & Company
t, a Los neighborhood an stems from. further and further behind. Today to hire train and push forward said they would not discriminate
Angeles firm
;Is one of Chrysler accounting Motor Car-, the false notion that a Negro more Black men attend .Into positions of responsibility"minority for or against In the hiring of
poratlon's selectees for their Is in some way Inferior. It II'I dropout, more live In substandard group members minorities; that once hired they
:Dealer stereotype that goes back to tenement housing crowded Of the 77% who hire racial would not push minority group
Training which
was Inaugurated Program last the time slavery...." in 100 persons to the acre, 1D William Gall, a Research Engineer In the Petrochemicals: Divisions of Gulf Research and minorities, 43% reported their members ahead faster than
Hill, 33 '.completed year.the first buildings over 90 per cent of Development Company, helps laboratory Technician Trainee Ronald Booker In the analytical work is satisfactory; 3% said It anyone else.
SIGHTS LA\YYERDIES which are 35 years old, and sampling of a nm of alpha olefins, part of the quality control on a pilot plant at GRtDC. Mr. la outstanding; and Z2% refusedto An Alabama dealer reported
ii WASHINGTON -= (NPQ more unemployed and moreari Softer was hired by GRAD: under the National Alliance of Businessmen's program to generalise To the question: years of competent service
Funeral services were held from broken homes, and more promote the llrlng of ditadontajed workers,and elected: to participate the training program "Were they hired mostly for from the 50'% of his employes
recently for George E.C.Hayes commit suicide tbaa ever to Improve his job skills manual work?", 45% said CONTINUED ON PAGE 10I

H' ", 74, one of the city's most pro> before.
I mlnent civil rights lawyers Be said buedon past statisticsa
of five college educated Black man
Hayes was one Black
lawyers who successfully today can expect to earn in a
'I argued the 1954 school desegregation lifetime less than a white man >Q ;, 2 a e 3 ,t, rJV.' rr > r.
cases before the u.s. whq has not finished Ugh school. :
Supreme Court. He had earlier While accounting for 10 per
cent of the the Black
i ought school desegregation asa population,
member or the District. of man filled only I per cent of the
Columbia Board of Education white-collar Jobs and me most
from INS to 1949.Deiver. lowly paid.
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segment of the program In Mikes Radical Revamping,
Detroit where be was placedIn ,

various key departments of DENVER (NPI) The bank that shall continue. to bill g q t ts
the auto company's headquarters Denver Blade business depart until the bill is paid. Another
; ment said that the cost of machine tells the Blade 4
.. He was then ,assigned to an servicing newspaper drops is business manager when client t tc
in-dealer, 'training I program prohibitive and any business started receiving the Blade.
where, be received Intensified bent on profit-making\ would Brown said: "This Is all done
1. instruction in the actual sales, never have undertaken it u automatically, therefore in
( service, parts, and, business long as the Denver Blade; :;. ;PEBT,'out management! ,Is ton.ceraeil -' I
e,management{ !! hl1"J1QnJ.rl4 d : Jlad\l\ Ned ,.' bW\th\ problem on&toibusiness j
operating::' Dodge facility HI*. severalQrp luor policy. .changes runs IBelf.1" ,. a
ass'gnments! covered the complete for the hut quarter of 1968 Ttw ,Blade ,will,have,i subscription x ii't 5
spectrum of different at Its last 'quarter banquet blank on page t of
markets U well as methods Initiated the Black News phone every edition, Tuesdays. and < 3 f
of operation service; Came out bi-weekly; Fridays F it'xP e: pNrww.. ,r
Ml Is a native of Omaha, halted newspaper stops and Brown also said:' "We need } S > a} a .u c Sr R R a C ur wf.i t
Nebraska where he was .changed the front page to a have no more fear of the post'
*' graduated from Omaha Central standard format and abandoned office, because with the Nixon:
High School U an honor student. the tabloid appearance. Administration the Post Office ,
*.He was ,awarded a, four-year Blade publisher Joe Brown will be run Just like the rest ,
'1 academic scholarship to sald'We are very happy with of us in business, .to make a
Harvard University but chose the results that we have prplt, using PE TBRAND .
to stay In the Omaha area and received from all of our new .
enrolled in Omaha University business innovations They are wer .. DI .'r .'. '
on a partial scholarship from all preliminary to coming out :
that university dally." 1
Be implemented his scholarship Brown said: "I am traveling .... r
) In a variety of service In 1969 In search of regional I II II
j positions In hotels, country reader outlets After this we .
J clubs, and ,ultimately became shall be ready for the first I NEW +
L walter-in-charge, for the black national Dally newspaper +4Ir +
,. Chicago, Burlington' and Quincy In world history." : 1969 VW: :.
Railroad: With the subscriptiononlypolicy !
Rill then transferred to Wash- change, a lot of efficient a ,SEDAN$186I" ,.
bar University In.Topeka, business is being applied. .. .,
t Ku, working parttlme Jobs as Brown calls It "PERT" :
a postal clerk and counsellor management, meaning that : :,
J at a Boys Industrial School, every function that a citisen .N 8 .a
J In 1958, be transferred to the ordinarily experiences shouldbe BCUVIRIO IN JAX ,
University of California at Los used to get him the'Blade.. .
t Ilit ffrati't Pt if
Angeles, school of accounting, B all bolls down to calling, II"T"
r. graduating with honors 1961. asking for the subscription and !
Kill wan Dominated Phi Beta the mailman will bring It to
Kappa and Is a member of Beta the door. A billing service : r
t t Gamma ,Sigma,.honorary administration renders a bill by IBM machine. ; NewportI
fraternity. The machine has a memory

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LANSING, Mich This city sophisticated devices housing n ,
INC. _
has been ordered to build alowIncome I discrimination found across the C Hd
: housing development -, country, particularly In n 1250 EAST 8th 5Tr i'
In a white single-family northern suburbs and ctty frlnpareu. ,j 354-909. C t'
?, residential section .' . .
Judge Noel Fox of the U.8.
District Court acted In response
to an action brought by Negroesand ................*..........*..

Mexican-American .
through attorneys (tbeNAACP' ."',III'T .nE II ti; TI rm TI m I'i
Legal Defense and Educational
i '
Fond, .Inc. (LDF) this week. i
t LDF attorney Michael Davld- LOW PRICE ) 'e,3r
son of New,York City handled
VM case with Paul Rosen and l STORE i
William ,Goodman of Detroit. DRUG. I NEIDSS
,The Court also enjoined a ja3
j referendum, which .has been 5If s .i iyRY rf4W
Initiated by white! residents of '
t trade Wttb"Your Neighborhood Drag Store WE WILL MEET
the area of the proposed low-"
PAPERS we deliver.
Income to repeal zoning
variances project required, by the J We also nil all.Doctors'PrescriptionsDixie ,'A

I developer of the pro!< Judge Fox ruled Ut sincet !
the displacement of these low- I i'' r a ; 4;, e i .,y, Ps,
r 4 i g 4rL .: ?
: Income citizens Is not.being s.3
,delayed (by ,1II&fm1IIIId Inhatrlal'l
.( expansion); neither

1, bowing irtoold these be delayed"plans substitute .i j : 1312 KIllS e \

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..'"provides a practical PATS: Lull' IITEI 'INTCtEPWiClvtlS pP
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Jfcpifei/ovtskie.their .\ .. F f'i,
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tuthfor the Qoutinet Flavor JANE l&t Pork! ASHLIY Chop

With Oranges

If round beers a rood buy at Whether you pan broil or
your meat department, find a new bake pork chops: they are at
AIS24 their best when oooked with a
way to serve it and you've got an b
economical, new dish little liquid. TO pan broil,
brown the chops then add a
Beef patties Jake a turn for the v
little liquid cover the pan and e
gourmet when topped with an epicurean cook over very low heat for
mixture of mayonnaise, sour about half an hour or until tPt
cream and blue cheese. Of coune tender
the patties themselves should be M Although food seasoned with
different, made interesting with unusual y only salt and pepper, pork
additions such as Italian dressIng cbopa take on company flavor
when flavored with aa
and tomato juice oranges
Raisin/ Advltorv Board Photo
Betty Browncll, home economist suggested In this recipe developed
Ii It'* not a bit surprising to find California seedless raisins hot for the National Association of 't4' In the ArfO com starch
and hearty in Mexican roll overs:Their sweet flavor i II an assetto kltchena
Food Chains, suggests the Patties
many south of the border favorites.These roll overs boast a Gourmet for an any-night supper Glued Pork Chop fMIC .
fragrant beef filling accented with plump raisins.
served .with a green vegetable and 4 pork ehope, cut 1 Inch Well
tossed green salad. Hot rolls complete f leiJipoonf salt
the menu. I /, teaspoon pepper
J4! cup chopped green pepper 2 teaspoons chili'powder PATTIES GOURMET I tablespoons corn oUH
Vi cup chopped onion X teaspoon garlic salt
2 1 pound ground bait cup light corn syrup
tablespoon cooking oil I (8-ounce) can tomato sauce
) pound ground lean beef 8 fresh or frozen tortillas V" cup,rotltd... 5 eupa finely chopped orange
II cup California needless Melted butter !tablwpeeni chopped mien I leaipoona com starch
raisin I cup grated Cheddar cheeseCook 1 tampons tall !yt cap cold water

,14 ttaipoo rashly ground n Sprinkle chop with salt and
edrCrr. and onion in oil until soft but not black, pepper. Heat com oil In large Good!
browned Cook, stirring occasionally, until i meat popporlegg skillet; ad4.chopa and cook, Chopping
browns lightly Stir in raisins\ chili I powder, garlic salt and turning once, until browned on
tomato saute. Simmer over low heat 15 to 20 minutes When VI cup Itches drtulngli both aldea Remove chop:
ready to serve, brush tortillas lightly with melted butter. cup tomato|ulc. Mix first 8 Ingredients; shape cheese Spoon mayonnaisecheesemixture Drain exoeaa tat from skillet,
Brown lightly on both sides Spoon hot raisin chili mixture 3 tablMtwont. mayonnolio loosely into 4 to 6 patties Pan fry, onto patties a minute or two then pour In corn ayrup Add
down center of each. Sprinkle with cheese and fold over to 2..tabloipoons,cream grill or broil, as desired Blend before done and let cheese soften oranges, bring to boll and boll Chops are for everybody's budget
enclose 1 minute. Arrange chops In
*or taco filling shells Makes servings li cup Crumbled blue ch.... mayonnaise, sour cream and blue Makes 4 to 6 patties. single layer In l'1II'IIe-anll-oven-

ware dish Pour sauce on too. '
Do not cover Bake In 350 degrees everyone's time scheduleChops
P (moderate) oven beat.Ing .
frequently, until meat Is
tender, about 1 hour. Remove
chops and keep warm. Combine are perennial favorites loin chops are the .most expensive.
c r'r' com starch and water. Pork, lamb or veal chops can be They're quick-to-flx, always lender
Stir Into orange sauce, cook on cooked "at li" or dressed up witha and the epitome of the chop dinners
top of range, atjrrlng constantly sauce, a glaze or a Huffing Fine restaurants. serve them
until mixture thlokena and Luckily, there's a chop to fit with a flourish '
bolls 1 minute. Serve over everyone's budget and any time Select loin chops for a special
chops Makes 4 servings schedule. Of the three categories, occasion as they are costly and

I grand, Betty Brownell, home economist -
r for Nations Association: of
IBONEffONIEATCIITSBone Food Chains, suggests
Rib chops, somewhat leu expensive
tOOp gTOw4s than the loin, contain no ten.

up on how to buy meat and derloin, but are succulent and delightful
will result In lower .
GIant Slit COLD POWER/ your
The most economical of the three
Limit I Dotofnmt of Your Choice with $ .CO meat costs
vwiwuing ctgorvrr *
Betty Brownell, home economist types are shoulder chops,containing
for National Association: of Food an arm or blade bone. They boast
DETERGENT. Chains, admits that women often an excellent: flavor with more meat
. 59 COFFEE are confused about the cost, tenderness on the chop, but they must be

Go* Sin WHITE, BLUE of COLD WATER and cooking methods of w cooked longer to achieve maximum
Limit I Detergent of four Choice with S3.00 or mars purcholl_''udlno elgorettoa. many meat cuts A simple test of tenderness Pan-broiling, pan-frying
MAXWELL HOUSE ASTOR bone shape tells all! or braising are the recommended
Three bone shapes are easily methods.
GENT..491 recognizable In most cuts. The T. Possibilities for dressing the
bone, shaped like a T, stands for chops In elegant style are endleu
t'blDolton WHITE ARROWBLEACH 59' 49; tenderness It usually stands for Broiled chops, for example, may be
higher cost as It Is the tender,'fast brushed with a butter, tarragon and
cooking cuts which cost more T. white wine mixture before serving
191 cooking, not after. Using the CON for added flair.
bone steak are an excellent example
*. .. ....... tee...,h J Callas it ,.a... oIceolth.s. o._ They. may.of course, be reel cooking method;'ou'll find that Loin lamb chops may be marinated
4 t p i 4 ..h" QUANTITY KISHTJ KtSMVtOMICM t"a'y'i i broiled to perfection in a "very short::these;cuts' ihlgbt+ turn into familyayodwrroeauuhat in a mixture of curry and
"ret; .s. 't. GOOD visa JAN, If j,4y a s sx drnblltF,tiJnj ie'endenSrcp'thscknea ,.}/ ( / they'll request soy sauce before broiling., Chops
1" -tow,-m. fruhas.. .... .... Whit's '
.-" r MI ) //\.1. M' and..dearee.9tClone.! again and again: more tastyon may be devilled by pressing them
'DEL MONTE Sliced HalvesPEACHES H Baby Food 10 Tissue..5/I. ness desired a cold winter night than'a delectable >' Into buttered crumbs before grilling
or An O-ahaped, or round bone, indicate pot roast, simmered for Perhaps the most delectable gourmet
cos ass.sea. .s.a .moss, JMI KUIHIII sounow that the cut ia somewhat leu hours l in a large pot, with potatoesand touch is a glaze for the chops.
Rice : ( expensive and also less tender, requiring vegetables added to the rich, Pork chops take kindly,to a.-trio
.. .. ,39 ,...5/I. a longer. slower cooking brown gravy? of honey, orange Juice and cognac
H-M.MW SOUTH HtHIH. scone atones camp method Round steak bat a round Your time is the deciding factor brushed on several times duringthe
bone. ,Braising turn this less ten. If a meal can't'take longer to prepare cooking period,
!!!!! ....... 39 Towels41., der cut into a tasty morsel. Some than 30 minutes to fit into your For lamb shoulder chops, 'try
that round'steak be time schedule, steaks and chops it the
tH.>CM tHunr MAW IUCH a miss,.. recipies require pizza style by browning chops
3 No. 2'/i' '$1'I 1 baked, again giving it the longer, must be. But if you'll be home to lowly in a skillet Sprinkle with
.... 10/89 P'apple 4/$1. slower cooking it needs. give a less tender cut the time and salt, pepper and,garlic salt, then
CANS scuNs_.... tl...uooe' A third bone shape to remember loving care it must have, select a cover each chop with tomato paste,
Is the blade bone, a long slender leu expensive round or blade bone oregano and a slice Of Mozzarella

1: Napkins. ... 41 Juice....4I. bone, easily seen in the beef pot cut.As cheese. Cover the skillet and simmer
1 1 roast and other cuts., Again, slow I prices rise, your knowledge of the chops for,45 minutes or
cooking i la a must for t blade bone ,meat cut must increase, enablingyou until fork lender. It it.becomes. dry
UUt CMOKIW-* meat cuts..These cut are less ten to feed your family on a budget;:add tomato Juice. .

Chuck SteaL: i-69* ttils rips'-F.: SUNNYLAND Tender SmokedHAMS. der and less expensive. according to your time schedule and '. Chops are always chopping good
like. One '
with foods
n While you're boning up, remember Buy them carefully.,
MMCKOKlW-aMANCCOMim w- that. less tender means before to do it : bone up on meat ,i.1st

: Pot Roost....IL 59'' I'q!! Ribs.... II 49'" ..

.1 Round SteaL 119BC Beer Stew 3 lIS. 99 .

Sirloin ii MM SteakT.

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fillet. 39 10/59 '
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CeoTwhip.,2/l. Apples: 29' :JAR
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Potatoes..37$1. ,
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Shrimp Rutabagas.... a 10 Tinr

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Versatility Baked Han Pea n' -

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Extra Fliver

} Row often do you Invite Baked
k Ham to Sunday dinner? Often?
; s Mat time l.n.buD
r a Well you ,
here U I special guest you'll
certainly want to hare along..'
Maple-Flavored Hooey Peach
Halves Very few good cools +.
ore to entertain nan alone. '<
They're always looting for an
attractive and delicious dish
to serve with Dressing op a
food like plain canned peach
babes is a great way to showoff
your imagination and creativity.
Log Cabin Syrupm
!ilea added flavor to fire
you a meat accompanimentthat's

6 canned peach halves
1/3 cup maple-flavored syrup :
v maple-hooey flavor syrup 'y:. ... $"

1/4 teaspoon salt 'Wb7 not start the year off with a familiar dlshTTes, Peas "n Rich Dish-.Hoopla Joha-hat-
1/4 teaspoon ground cinnamon ever you call It. This hearty pas and rice dish is great It will be a favorite with your family
I,1 I/I t.UpooIIcr01 ld mace 'BOOH or night! It'i made from frown black-eye peu and cooked rice. .
1 tablespoon butter Courtesy! : Birds Eye Black Eye JVM
Drain peaches, reserving 1/3 w
,1 a r y cup syrup. Place peaches, cut Tips To Cot Yoir Food Dollar
side up, in greased shallow -
jr ,, baking dish. Combine syrup, The site of a serving varies foods provides a valuable tool 'the least monejfc
the reserved peach syrup the from person to person and for choice-making when shop- Foods ready to serve'or toheatandterve
salt,cinnamon, and mice,Pour 'family to family. To select jdng for food. .-. may cost more
over peaches. Then place a the right foods for your budget Read the label to find out how ,:than If prepared at home Canyon
small piece of butter in centerof try todevelop skill In isttmatlng much U Inside the package or afford to buy it prepared,
each peach half. Bake at 875 the number of servings you get can. Then compare prices of ,or can you get more for your
degrees for about SO minutes/ from a package or can.' The all packages to see which one money by preparing this food
..or until peaches are thorough slue of average servings of gives 1 the most servings for yourself? '
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or U meat accompaniment EO EN011'
Mates ( servings.ORANGERAISIN.,

SAUCE YE. t SJ'pI'SlllnS
i I/I cup waterK t tg
? 1/1 cup maple-blended syrup ,
1-1/8 tablespoons cornstarch! .. A.I.
2 tablespoons lemon Juice, Pf R M A.R K
1 tablespoon butter U 'I,.. ,
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STalk Blend water, syrup, cornstarch -
and lemon Juice in
saucepan: stirring until smooth.
Add raisins. Bring to a boll FRESH PORK SHOULDER
over medium heat,stirring constantly '
Boil gently until sauceis
thickened. Add remaining PICNIC 39
ingredients.< Bring to a boll
,Again reduce heat and simmer LB'
., I minutes. Serve with baked '
ham Makes about 1-1/3 cups WESTERN
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about versatility adtit?S.rve.ttheror both of the below Served warm or cold.. "Log';Cabin Syrup gives'these fruits I:"*;;:; Can, Enjoy J Ir -"I
I to wonderfully different favor that your family will lover j t /1 "
delicious dishes In a variety of ways: u an accompaniment j r :
your favorite meat or poultry, or u a dessert to uy meal. Courtesy: Log Cabin Syrup'__ '
Fresh Vegetables 1
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Throughout The Year ..
Full Cut Beet .. '"

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world makes It possible for as
to enjoy fresh garden vegetablesall SAVE
J{ Se year around-from January LB.
through December. Of course, 39' PER LB;
58C yon know how cooveslentfrozen .,. -.
In LB. foods are-they're so quick and
easy to prepare, and they assure .
of tlltlllD. excellent
r I you
f '
food every time you serve them
"SaperR1g11t"II { Birds' Eye has a number c< 49 *, e mK"'
Meat popular Southern vegetables I'

:sucn the frown food case,' one ofwhich .. I I
Is black-eye peas.Here < "
1010&NA yon have black-eye peu already ]
picked and washed, Just ready ,
The store that ','\ h 1 .' ; DEL,140IiTE ,
11-01, and waiting for you to cook k
4'9' them Into a Peas 'n Rice .
about Dish
you This Peas 'a Rice Dish-also
known u Hopping John-calls IA!CRISCO OIL $100
;, for black-eye peas mixed with .
your favorite cooked rice. It's 303 CAN
'Soft-Ply Bathroom Speciall Minute Maid Frozen Cone. ORANGE a hearty and delicious dish that (LIMIT WITH IS FOOD ORDER) '

1079' 5 60Z. 99 you'll In your want house to serve often the'Top people it off '24 OZ. BTL. BLUE PLATE
TISSUE CAN with Apple Cobbler for dessert
and jou'll have a real meal. 29
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without any meat other than the
AiP Brand 100%Colombian JM Parker Apple, pork used for seasoning them, 29't
r. and rl&btl1lO. These Brledi PT,
79' 1Ike.o, :, beans, contain Important '
PIES 2 79 : .
COFFEE =. protein which Is a part of every r \
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his new body tissue. B is also ,
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minor cots and bruises Adults, <
too, need protein to replace I
wora-out U..... rOIl must '
that this nutrient called BLEACH c
agree .
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protein important t to.yon and .29'
child. '
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... sometime soon-meat or no "HALF GAL.. ffrPOTATOES',.$5 FOOD ORDER :
fr'f f +r mat. Top off the meal with .
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Ir : Atlanta U. Center Gets $265OOQ''From' Mathieson Charitable Trust '.

I. i I Largest Hack College Cluster, Kodak Honors 100 Youngsters Two Black Leaders Charged

Will Benefit I a Degree Progress With Income Tax Evasions

ATLANTA -The first major Under the dual degree pro
educational attempt to place tilt gram students will attend one CHICAGO (NPI) Two During the four years, Jones
Negro In the cuter 01Amerlca'i of the undergraduate schools: prominent Black people have said, be paid taxes on income
technologicallybased at the Atlanta University been !hit by Income-tai charges.The of $170,000 and had "related
society recelveda Center, Clark College More- two latest figures in tax expenses which were not
$265,000 boost recently from house College Morris Brown ease are former Illinois deducted and far exceeded the
the Olin Mathleson Charitable College or Spelman College, revenue director Theodore A. Income I am charged with

Trust. for three years and then transfer -. Jones and William Sylvester omitting"
Speaking In Atlanta, Gordon to Georgia Tech for an White, presiding jedgeof Also !hit by tax charges was
Grand president and chief additional two year. .1 I t Juvenile Court. Judge White, who reportedly
executive officer of toe Olin Upon successfully completing i Jones was ordered to stay acknowledged that the taxes are
Mat teson Chemical Corporation the program at both Institutions close to Chicago pending his owed on outside income from
announced the grant to the the student will simultaneouslyreeeivt t tr till on' charges of knowingly $20,000 to $%!!.OOO he earned

ti Atlanta university Center for two degrees filing false income-tax returns. 111 1961.
"c' support of a newly-Inaugurated Bachelor of Science or Bachelor A federal grand Jury The federal government has
11 five-year, dual degree program of Arts degree awarded I by the indictment has accused him of filed a lien hi an effort to
p which allows students from Atlanta University Center-af- willfully falling to report Income collect more than $11,000 in
four Atlanta University Canter Ollated college attended and one of $14,787 for the years what are said to be delinquent
colleges to obtain engineering of the bachelor's degrees In of 19S2 through 1965. personal Income taxes, from

degrees from Georgia Tech u engineering awarded by Georgia ". According to UJ Attorney Judge White
'well u degrees from their on Tech. Thomas A. Foran, most of the The Judge' said lie'received
J Institution In announcingthe$265,000 unreported Income consisted of the money for acting u a consultant -

/ The Tract funds will be used grant, Mr. Grand said, "We t fees received from mortgage to the Midway. Technical

/ to support approximately 85. view this program as a particularly f f'Y fI brokers. Institute.
Indents In the program over appropriate ray to Jones denied the tax charge This Is a debt I said I owed,
tin next three years u well u achieve three major objectives: reportedly telling governmentagent and I've been paying it," said
to initiate an extensive March It will enable Negro students I : "U I had wanted to beat Judge White. "They sent me a
for potential engineering talent to receive their technical train- the government out of taxes, bill, and we've already worked.
among the South' lower- ing at one of the nation's finest I could have Incorporated my out a payment .:hedul.. rm
income groups. The dual degree engineering schools without yacht and charged off the expenses surprised they filed lien
.. program Joins the resources severing their relationships of operating It." because I'm not aware of it.
of two Atlanta educational com with their undergraduate colleges J .Jones, 56, said he used the "This was outside Income I

plexes, one with the world's ; It, will bring the white ., 'Ii 42-foot yacht In his civil rights received when I served In an
largest private clustercollegeblack and Negro institutions olgher N } work with the NAACP, it was ad/lsory capacity on curriculum
student enrollment and the learning into much closer .... .. .. disclosed Government officials and program matters for
other with the third largest collaboration, to the advantage did not accept his argument. the technical institute. I forget
undergraduate engineering en- of both; and it will significantly ./ 4 "I wish to state most emphatically the exact amount I received. I
rollment the country. CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 .( that I am innocent of any .foolishly didn't set aside enough
wrongdoing charged In the to pay the taxes.
indictment," said Jones

} Democratic Minorities Chairman
Wtt Teens On Patrol (TOP), a group of more than 100 youngstersfrom lives of two canoeists last summer. From left are: Rochester
inner-city areas of Rochester, N.Y. who work with policeat Chief of Police William Lombard, Fred Neely, Dr. Eilers
Phono parks, playgrounds and dances were honored for 196ft Arthur Johnson Otis Felder and David Flnucane. Kodakprovldes Returns To Sengstacke Position
YOUR OWN HOME 3546746ALlilCK president Dr. Louis K. Filers (third from left) gives special. a major portion of the funds that support the unique Rochester
congratulations to four of the TOP youngsters who saved the for ,
program inner-city teens. NPI Photo WASHINGTON key figure Martin also said: "The contributions -
= in national Democratic of the Democratic

i\ t --y- ; -s I Black Reserve Board Member 'Says Negro Banks Need Staffs activities Louis Martin for deputy many chairman years social leadership and to economic the political development *,

I'J CEICAGONP1)A"severe( ) banks "ate of the Democratic National of Black Americans make
opened Negro less
an operating experience held back, he said, "by the fact
'J Aelowaetw shortage of.trained manapmentperJ0IID81' beginning to get better controlof fiivorable, with more loan that the market for their Committee In charge of the me doubly proud. magnificent
1 la making trouble their internal operations" Minorities and Nationalities beginning has been made. The
\ losses, than banks generally, services la circumscribed by
for Negro-owned banks banks he Division, has stepped down from Negro In the deep South is
New Negro-owned ;
,>; MODEL plgpLArSt. he said, adding: the general condition in the
according to Andrew J. added,."have found it extremely "Because of the adverse loan 'ghetto-.high unemployment the post. walking through new doors to
Brimmer the only Black difficult todeveloplntovlableInstitutions' experience the recentl1barter.d low Incomes, a low rate ofsavings Martin, head of the Division find power andpreatigebeeause
!I tt Dw1s1o SALES OFFICE member of the Federal Reserve because of exceptionally ; banks, the Negro: and the marginal since November of 1960, was LBJ fought for and woo the
'1 Jet 20th ST. EXP, Board high operating cost'* owned Institutions as a group character of local businesses.,. asked by President John Voting Rights Act of 1963.!!
11 Addressing several groups of .and adverse lending experience, have had no after-tax profits Brimmer said white-owned F. Kennedy to accept the post. History has been made with
RAN PARK Before t that Martin handled
economists. Brimmer said On the the nation'sNefroomed Black representation the
whole during the last three years." banks might supply more capital
,\ however, that some recently banks have bad' New Negro-owned banks are and credit to urban slum areas press relations for the Demo- Cabinet the Supreme Court and
cratlcs during the 1960 other Important Federal
,, by opening more branches in
1 campaign agencies In the big cities Black
those where state law
I The prominent Democrat had mayors have proven that the
permits, and using Negro per. planned to stay hi that position
1 political ladder by which other
iL1 ''V' OH* J i I* *'* <'JJt i \ i i ;jMJLvjA V S A3T sonnel,J.pothe where;,way possible to aid alumareaswould for: a short while., He was 011'le"e" groups have climbed to power
absents.from .bis '
I o can work for Negroes despite
be for banks to be allowed .
to make:equity Investments* .1nminorityowned 'chosenprofessionofJournallsm'and as a. top r executive with entrenched racism -

enterprises Sengstacke Publications. However -
J J W ffife as the position grew in
*W *ltV Brimmer said slum areas'
% .MATTHEW ALEXANDER I1ENSON (1866-1935) *- magnitude and Importance,
financial woes would not be Martin remainedAs
> EXPLORER Born fe ehwte County; Maryland Voyaged to Japan,* eased by forming more Negro of January 10,1969 Martin
+ franc*. Split, WeiHfrfci. (toll end the Philippines In search fMtvtnture ,- owned banks or organizing 'stepped down. A simple state-
Accompanied Mnlrri Robert f. f In l to -
Y teach North Pole In 1891,1900,1902 and 1905 April 6V 1909 Hanson banks" backed up by the Martin has been f
tint forward by Ptacy, becwnt the first man to rued the North Pole, earnings of the Federal Reserve Journalism kJ
t e u he planted the American flag qa tie 7ox>MhWorld,* Received r 's System associated with the Sengstackechain
tI the Cold Medal of the oeogr b s kite Congressional Medal since 1936.
No noGtC D 'r
+ e
I ? Meharry Graduates Are First

;:? ; I Black Teachers At Connecticut

.HARTFORD, Conn.-A cousin. of Jobs during college and 3 rFZJP
of tni first minister of
I prime medical school Both, u the .f
the newly-Independent nation of surgeon( points out, ace "pro- 1
c Barbados and the great-grand ducts of ghetto public schools." WILSON
daughter of a onetime slavewho And both have
been named Flip Wilson, popular corned;an
died last ,
year,ha e become assistant
professors at the watered B.F. Goodrich .
the first Black faculty membersat '
rel1ma1 sales
-, r h' s ale l'VI c School the University of Medicine Connecticut. For both It has been a. long, meetings January IS In Chicago,
t 'f $7T .. 1 a P Vgaw \ hard road. They hope It will not' :Atlanta January 15 and Philadelphia -
', :F.j'Y fl, t ; 4 ( r' ,y +t 'a.rr i Dr. Richard V. Worrell an be so difficult for their active January ZOo 'Wilson

i'5' c orthopedic surgeon is a kin son, three-year-old Philip entertained also!>> 'hi Dallas on
.Ii d ";I\" to Errol Barrow, the Barbados Dr. Richard Worrell was born January 6 and in San Franciscoon
J t" #'A #/1# statesman. His psychiatrist In the BedfordStuyvesantdistrict January 9.Edcator.
/; "1" wle Dr. Audrey Worrell, Is of Brooklyn in 1931.

the descendant of an An only child his parents were
,;'1 emancipated slave who lived to from Barbados in the West ,Says
ti'i, celebrate her 107th birthday Indies and his father attended
.: Both. received their IID degrees New York '
University About That, Racism ,Is
j I{1. /" atom lleharry Medical 1937 his father went to England .
College Nashville, lean. Both to study medicine. "
worked long hours afa variety Not A Problem'

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.,., 'aoftyounrtrlook-' : -" :Hurray Friedman, who teaches
Ins, Insist on genuine f jtntergroup relations at the
: !" ,'Vaseline'Petroleum .University of Pennsylvania and

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i You par a little "I* White + Racism the
more than for .Problem?" appearing jn the
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I Ernie Banks, Morgan Football Coach, Emphasizes "Teachable Moment" Concept

Nationally Know
Stars From The All-Star Teams

Coach Stress I

Self ConfidenceAccording

to the Baltimore
Sun, Earl Banks! Is being con
sldered as tad football coach
at the VS Naval Academy
According to Sam Lacy of the
Alra-A EM t It an Newspapers,
Bank Is being considered fora
bead coachlngpost Southern
In a speech la LOB Angeles
.'before the 1969 annual meeting
of th.AmerlcisFootbell
Coaches Association. Earl
Banks, the mazb-pralted coach
,,01 championship football at I
(Maryland's) u;,(gen state
College, attributed his team's
successes to coaching philosophy .\w

Banks u much declared u to specific that his plays Seven of the *bta1. stars who will take over the ***** game here Sunday' will be seen on the hugeHcMon,. Denver TToncSraelinsive end, Houston Antwlne, S, Boston Patriots, DT. ; Hewrltt Dixon,,
ball training philosophy centers foot- football new, trying to bring Ms team to the fore with a winner. Each of these men Is a star in os, Oakland Raiders; Eugene TJpshaw, 61, Oakland Raiders George Atkins, DB, 43, Oakland Raiders
upon "convincing young men Ms own right From the left they are: Leroy Mitchell, left, a Boston Patriots defense back Richard and Alvln Reed, 95. TE, Houston OUers ______

football that they at can levels learn of excellence and play Signing With BC AlciHdor,' Jo Jo White .Repeat SPORTS PARADE Princeton Black

and then proceeding to tea;h _
.them. the elements" of such r IB Sport Mug Team PreviewNEW BY NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Athletes Will Not
football: excellence
Banks'! team has had eight + YORK Seven-foot u iii exceptional ballhandler, $500,000 FOflOJ7HONOLULU Play Next Season
consecutive winning seasons, l ;b 1-1/1lDcll senior lAw Aklndorof playmaker, 'shooter and (NPQ There was strong Indication recently PBiyrET", KJ. >The
has held five consecutive conference UCLA and 6-3 senior law ,defensive ace. Boston Celtics that balky University of Southern California super star, O.J. peat Princeton University
championships! In the Alclndor ot UCLA and 6-3' general manager Red Auerbacb Simpson, may be offered upwards to $500,000 to sign a professional department of athletics got asetback
Central Intercollegiate Athletic .senior Jo Jo White of Kansas says "I'll take him right now!" football contract with the lowly Buffalo Bills of the recently when four ot
Association, and through the end, are repeaters on SPORTS Pete Mara'rich, whose 438 American Football League Although Simpson Is known to favor Its players male it p'aln:
of the 1968 season has won Marui III" Preview All- scoring: norm broke the NCAA playing In the senior National Football League, current rules that they will not play next
M of their last 35 games They America Basketball team, Major-College record last provide that u the No. 1 choice be will be eligible'for drafting year as a matter of oppositionto
have been champions of the according to an article in the season, scored 50 or more by the Bills at the pro football draft, January 29.WHO'LL the exploitation ot black
,Orange Blossom Classic and current Issue of the magazine. points la nine games..s a soph. athletes and tendencies in the
'the Tangerine Bowl In a Also named to the squad art Though Maravlch been GET LEV? varsity at Princeton and among
special 119611 s!,..seuOII stand' Juniors Pete Uaravlch ((6-5) of criticized for shooting too LOS ANGELES (NPi)- The big question currently mating the freshman coaches
ing-room-only Yankee Stadium LSU, Calvin Murphy of Niagara much, ABA star Doug MOl calls tie rounds in pro basketball circles Is: who'll get UCLA's Coach Dick Colman, In charged
encounter; they topp1ad Gram!'"- (5-10) and Bob Lanler(8-11) him "as good! U any basketball gangling super star, Iwo Alctndor when he gradates from the varsity, and Conch'Ted
ling (La) from Us high ranking 9r' of St. Booaventur player I've ever seen" college ranks this spring At last report the Phoenix Suns and McCarthy, In charge tf'the
by a score of 9-7 Alclndor,. who was named to Calvin Murphy, second In the the Illlwaiikee Bocks, the two expansion clubs, seemed to have freshman activities, were told
Banks! related that his playsare .l'aM.' .NMAp131Fk' 4i SPORT'S Preview All-America nation with a St.! average last the inside track, although draft regulations give divisional that blacks have not been given
basically four and that [ ; team for the third straight year, ..uOIIi has been called "the cellar Inhabitants first claims In the bidding starting assignments They
"there, is nothing particularly led UCLA to back-to-back most exciting player In the were also told that Negroes
I unique" about: the Because be NCAA championships with 59 country' The 5-10 speedster GRID STAR HONOREDBIRMINGHAM were kept out of the ba:kfleld.
believes that one can over-teach: wins In 60 games during the who! can dunk with two hands is Ala. (NPQ A number of high school and According to the commutlca-
Banks says that "we d> not last two seasons His 1987-68 itghly respected by experts college stars of several sports In the Birmingham area were lion seat Coleman and the
teach our players an abundanceof average was 26.2 Detroit Piston coach Paul honored at Sports Calvacade hosted by the Birmingham Grid president, Dr. Robert Coheen,
things so mj l h as we teach The other senior on the squad, Seymour says: "No one In the Forecasters recently Dwight T. Reed, athletic director and six athletes have quit before
them a relatively small body picked for the second straight NBA could guard Murphy. football coach at Lincoln University, Jefferson City, Mo, was their senior year because of
of movements and behaviors year by the experts, can ,do today" guest speabr.u __ racial discrimination :
on which various other m.Klincations everything on a basketball
may be based'. Most Jack McClalren, athletic director, Bethune-Cookman College court according to the people I
if al. Banks declared:"we d3 announced the signing of five Campbell High School, Daytona who watched him lead the US .
not teach f,ills, We neither Beach, grldders grant-ln-ald scholarships. Heading the list Olympic team to a gold medal: .
.. :
teach ,nor, play a fancy game is Ronnie Denson, a 170 pounds quarterback who completed 81 Jo Jo,whose 18.3 average belles' :: .
We keep It simple"Coach passes this season for 1,277 yards and six touchdowns while his true abilities, Is recognised : : \
rushing for 476 yards. Denson's favorite receiver,Jackie West, Schwobilt announces )
Banks described h'msd rD
.. ..; ;
:'as a firm believer in the also Joined the Wildcats West caught 24 passes for !!8Z and 15 -
"Ihort-per 1 od." factor, or touchdowns Others included Roderick Mobley, a fullback who Welch ThisClown'
,what he, prefers to call the rushed for 330. yards; Melvin Gray, a.173 pound center; and,
tea-hable moraint' concept Dennis Wesley, a 320 pound guard Wesley.kicked ,five extra, Dw
He tries to into points and accounted for 19 unassisted tackles i_ .
,'put a moment I ..
or I into"an' instructional or I .2t2. Sf'. ;7 3,:.... : '
training episode, only so mu:!! Firsts Block QearterbackGets r ;
to be learned a< the short
period permits.'Instruction is Acclaim From. Many DenveritesDENVER ;
therefore pointed direct and s :;v.yf f.
specific with 'respect to an -NPO-America's co football: helmet with a lamp .r. 1frr
activity which is ,omparably first Black Quarterback,Marlin cleverly made from It. Senator 18. J
well- |.,ined and capable to Brlscoe, star rookie for the George Brown of Colorado
execution 111'short! periods Denver Broncos, was honoredin local public relations and Public 20 4J .11
But it Isf'InitantoA-the-spot Denver recently by the Service People were in attendance -
correction" and repetition Denver Blade and Denver Lieutenant Governor 21 J3 It
Banks declared, which drives Chronicle newspapers, and star brought uproaring laughter to
in its JANUARY
the lessons home "We tell basketball player for the Denver the house with his award of the Sometimes He's Up.fiomatimet CLEARANCE!
them once We practice it We Rockets Wayne Hlghtower. helmet lamp, when he said: He's down. He Adds, Subtracts.;
cor eit It We repeat it And an emotion-charged affair an' "Mar(ID, yon really turn us He works It all around.
we practice It a thousand times awards reception took place In on, Baby "
and.hope to see it work on the Wayne Hlghtower's 23rd Brlscoe, as calm u autumn _, 'I ,
Saturday afternoon! Street East Club, in the downtown breeze, accepted hIs many tro- IS 71 21 '\ ,1,
area. phys in dignity He is a very *.* *
Elgin Hayes Now The first trophy was awardedby warm, humble! and very young COMING A ATTRACTIONS
Blade publisher, Joe Brown man at age 23, !5'8' tall, small .- ,
Briscoe 18-inch stature soft-spoken
who awarded ,
Known As Big E trophy saying: "There are no He said "There have been 63 22 ,- til
awards for excellence and the many Black men before me,
final reward any man can expect who have had finer credentials, MAN'S DAYS ... .
Tops Skitop Wilt Is the personal esteem of knowing more able to have been the first
that he has done it." Black quarterbackbutha"been t of Schwobilt entire stock ,of our
NEW YORK -Elgin Hayes, Ben Smith, Denver Chronicle, shipped off to somewhere else groups
record-breaking of the San awarding a trophy of equal size to play ball. I am showing the NUMBERED 4 "Embassy" line superb
Diego Rockets, is the first said: "These trophies lookalile world and any body else who '" .'
National Basketball Association because this Is the way the Black needs to see It that a Black Health and Fortune Can Be SUITS SLACKS
player, to make 1,030 points Press feels, equally as well" man, a Chinese or Puerto. Yours When You .Know Yodr WORSTED 6 SILK
this. season. Figures released Hlghtower the owner of the Rican, a Mexican or anybody Lucky Days
recently showed that the six- famed 23rd Street, East Club, could do the Job Just as well u : .ml SPORI COATS
foot niner went to 1,037 paints where the presentations took anybody lese I am playing ball Lucky Colors, etc. ; SUITS
and bad a"'0.S average Oscar place, said that he was Impressed for the Broncos, but I am also Send 12.00 for your I
Robertson of the Clnclnnatians with Brlscoe' playing playing ball for '22-mlllion Horoscope Guide for I
was second Elgin Baylor and and felt moved to show his Black people when I get on that JANUARY reduced to further reduced to
Earl Monroe were also In the respect for Briscoe's ability field"
top ranks even though be was in competitive Probably missed in the fervor Fill in the blank below and
Hayes Is one of the top re- sport. Hlghtower also of the festivities was the fact mail to ZODIAC, Post Office
bounders of basketball He has' said that this award will be that the entire evening started Box 1171, Jacksonville! Fb
'SOS rebounds to 698 for Cham- given each year to the most with a Wayne Hlghtower Idea
berlain! : Chamberlain leads in ,outstanding athlete In the state. passed on to the Black press 'NAME- (

the field-goal percentage, with. Lieutenant'Governor Mark .'. .'. STREET 12o 5795Regularly
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I Richard L. Brown Elementary : ? tt ; ; : ;:: 'r"
i t
should write to Fair Boosing, School PTA win
D.'. Department Bousingand its regular monthly '
Urban Development Washing Thursday, January It, at :
ton, D.C. 20410. p.m. In the school & ,. YTs
lJr A Filing a complaint with BUD- Aa Interesting program + y I '.1, .
and assistance will be provided been planned by the
by the. BUD regional offices committee. The fourth '
and Federal Housing win present, play "Toe
Administration field offices- U69 on Parade". Toe
should be done within 180 clara for the evening 1I'1I1..r
of the alleged discrimination. Edward Hickson of the .
BUD! will investigate the com- Department. His Abject 11'111 '
plaint.! It the Department finds 'Law and Order 1 N
the complaint to be Justified It principal B.B. Cook and
win try by informal and confidential PTA president, Mrs ,
means to end the Patterson arenrgJng
discrimination. Where a State to be present.
."..t memories of a or local law provides similar
precious son Roderick (Ricky)' protection against\ discrimination SOPHISTICATED

Hargrove, Deceased January HUD will ask the State or
it, 1987 His' We Is a beautiful PLANS PARTY SATURDAYThe
local to to resolve the
body try !
memory, His absence is silent problem. Sophlsttated U will J Jf
grief He sleeps In Cod's loving The BCD regional offices In a party in the hone of _
garden where some day, we'J; the Continental United States Mary Smothers, 2SU '-..
meet; kneeling together at >us located in Mew York City Road, OQ January 18 I t
'tail's feet.Sarud Louise Mealy IspresWent i
Philadelphia, Atlanta FL .
: Mrs Puce T. Mary Smother is reporter. : I
.Worth, Chicago, and San Francisco -
Hargrove FHA field offices! arelocated clubs and the public are
RODERICK HARGROVE { In more than 75 cities.sal vited. The parry win begin tj ,
, 1 pm / : Jack McClalren announced. recently at B-CC said, "While this Is a historic moment for the Wildcats '.
SUE furls, 't ,.a T/Z, us pound tackle Athletic Department I accept this challenge as a Job of developing
KIDDIE CASTLE High School Barless 1* the flydwhite a good athlete without regards to his racial background From
2 BDR. All BRICK 311 W.: 6th St 4-nnlt apartment -io-ald with Bethnne-Cookman College. what I have beard, William Hatless Is a personable young man
building Three rooms t bath by New Smyrna High's Athletic Director' and a good student I am counting his helping my ballclub and
TOWN HOUSES In each apartment $16,00000terms. I NURSERY KINDERGARTEN i : a very fine football player" played three ram sure be will be helped by the knowledge-gained both In the
Jacksonville's FID" -
academic area and athletic program of Bethune-Cookman
I and iras a first stringer during Us Junior
TOLASD4KGBEE. Dispatched TransportationMeals : reratl1.1earoldathJetn...a starter College" McClairen a former all-pro with the' Pittsburgh
Realtors ; 'Stealers, has never had a losing season during his eight yearsas
& '' however, be baa eipressed a desire to
Range JM-M35: 317W.ForsytUt, Phone 1654BUSIS ( ) unit at Bethane-Cookman.Athletic Director at Bethune-Cookman ,
( Ardlsla Road, I
Refrigerator..1III In JaIl Head Football Coach
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U. Center Jaz Post No '197 of the be the expiration date for the
"SIElT" PLAN ALL :AGES ORSALE224'SpesriogSt..36.rm I : American Legion will meet 1961 membership.

'Take New IMPROVED MATURE: t II FROM PAGE 8 Friday night, January 17, at 8pm The post will worship! along
IRAVULCAN baths Low down payment ., at the Post Borne, 2179 with auxiliary, at the west
TABLETS for that tired, rundown established and the
balance., $125 per ma of highly programs Benedict RoadForemost Union Baptist Church at 11 a.m. I
r.elJDttha1 keeps yon from,, POLAND t ffiGBEK engineers new one with Atlanta University
INC. on the agenda will Sunday, January 19. The church
I tll.SorInI11f.. Center, Is. the, fact that It lathe
1969 Is located at and Acorn
be the acceptance of membership Logan
I .100 Tablets $100.200 Tablets 354.8435 317 W. Forsyth ar- first one to put emphasis reorterf
dues January 31 will Wlllard Mortis is
1013 KEN Illen II.. .$S.OO. $1.00 deposit on COD'S liberal :oo placing the Negro In u ,
EMPIRE PRODUCTS A SALES i I the South engineering environment Another -
711-3471 Dept. FS 6937 N. Broadway, CLERK TYPIST QIII : important difference Is

Chicago, Illinois_ 90628 Excellent I, that the institutions Involved

qualified person; Good pay Iso-cahed in the program, are located .
liberal fIllip benefits. University within a mile and a half of each
in St.. College, other and the dual degree pro-
person, Regis '
SEAFOOD CENTER ,Company, between 9 a.m. gram students 4tthe( first three
,3p.m. and grade levels, may be Jointly
( N MYHTIF AVH ,. & &. enrolled at Georgia Tech ai

The W..h MAfOOO CINe..........Ik.*SOO,11OUTA4/Owl Moro, special students:?,taking pre-
.,_1M"UIuU""U 0'''...........'....A 11'1.' MIL RANIIER previously engineering courses not offered
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YVXItOHT Tltll PIOHI nmn > y .nr.TNt.1." ">" h. .
.... ....... Excellent b8 by the University. Center colleges
with and frfoge
0000 CIMIM Mf HI tIY NIHIIMIN o'tal tmfWOII pay
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they ...MAT. ... lh WIIR..L.l.1ill.". upplfim. ...., !_*..,..>"PAASI.xh.l... ,fitrthful li.4.l inM... Rw. fits for a high School In responding ,to Mr. Grand's
Nit h.l.w/ll' / not afraid of hard work. -
tob-training. Shift ;, r !! announcement Dr. Albert E.
fOKTHfPANHSHW. president of SpelmanCollege
&.54.1/3 per hour. >
'SALT WATER BRIMSHEEPSNOSE person at Personnel Office, '. and chairman of the

.. .........; Lb.. 45 and Regis a Paper p.m. Intersection Co. betweenf a. 4, Council University of Center Presidents, said,"First of the

.. r"/S" WEEK'S' WINNING, fH'0" II "'" her Drive",and ; I the step programrepresenteamaJor i JA I upending\ parser ,OBI
MlIj' Road- !! !!!
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An i Opportunity portunitles I tat,Negro college
,., LARGE ROE MULLET. 39L1.Speck E4ua .( L8T graduates" In"an area ,when
BUCK SHAD technology is a central factor
( : in society it is significant thata

e Trout ... ..... 69 ib. Hiirenls .Processes.$2"LEARR: : serious attempt is being made
by, these two universities to
.' Cat Fish ........... .... 69 u,'. $ F''r prepare Negroes leadership
[ : engineering The dual-degree
characteristic insures the

.. SISTEI IESSIE lEi I. lirtir.ilEsrolf ( student a sound liberal arts
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She will read your entire llle-put.present and' NowA on technical studies, BEAUTIES AND 'BEHEMOTHS: Pretty girls and
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no questions leadershiprequlreesuch
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via want dates and tarts oftoslaots ,
to know giving la'broad-based
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love health and faintly affairs Will INC. program I want to add that this
Bailey Circus. "The Greatest Show On Earth"
help )yon find Lent art. Tells you whom you will EACH MOM DAr cooperative venture is another opens
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to do lob successful Will reunite toe separated, JucksealillsIsrhr InterinsUrutlonaJ cooperation, Coliseum on Fri. Eve., Jan. 31, then playa three' performance
1 locate absent friends and relatives, sad cause : higher educsUoo.1 )) .on Sat. and two on Sun. Feb. 2.

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.Influence Does not toUtopIeueyoapiitwiUfellfai truth. One) 354-8874' .
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read your life like an open book, but also help you out of your .
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