The Florida star

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The Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Titusville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Place of Publication:
Titusville Fla
S.W. Harmon
Creation Date:
January 25, 1969


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


Situated on the banks of the Indian River, Titusville in Brevard County was settled in 1867 by a former Confederate officer, Henry Theodore Titus, and his wife, Mary Hopkins Titus. The town was incorporated in 1887, by which time it was already famous for its citrus and pineapple crops. The arrival of the Florida East Coast Railroad in 1892 laid the groundwork for a tourist industry as well. The Florida Star and later the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle provide a diary of these developments. The Florida Star was a weekly newspaper published by P.E. Wagner from 1880 to approximately 1882 and later by S.W. Harmon. On November 1, 1912, the newspaper moved from Titusville to Cocoa, Florida. The Florida Star ceased publication around 1917 and was succeeded in turn by the Indian River Star, which operated until 1920. Another Titusville paper, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle began on July 13, 1900, as a continuation of the Indian River Advocate and East Coast Chronicle; the latter had been preceded by both the East Coast Advocate, edited by W.S. Graham, and the Indian River Advocate. In 1920, the East Coast Advocate and Indian River Chronicle merged with the Indian River Star and was subsequently published under the title of the Star Advocate.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1880; ceased in 1917?
General Note:
Publisher: P.E. Wager, 1880-<1882>.
General Note:
Published at: Cocoa, Fla., Nov. 1, 1912-<June 5, 1914>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 23 (Sept. 29, 1880).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
sn 96027111 ( LCCN )

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Indian River star (Titusville, Fla.)
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Indian River star (Cocoa, Fla.)


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higher leirnlng in the State
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plans for the addition of Black
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racial This problems.history-making precedent Hack Teacherslecone Court Psychiatrist Judge AppointsTwo

li the result, of a'
conference between university aN
officials and three leading Victims AttorneysTo
Negro educators. Impetus has Supports Temporary

been given because of the .Of Integration
demands of the United Black : Defend Men
Students group.African .' DALLAS, TexasNPQ( -
Economic Develop*; Many 'Negro teachers and Insanity As CauseA On January 29, by order of
meat will be a threecreditcourse : .. principals In North Texas have Circuit Court Judge Thomas'\-
stressing the problems been fired .o.r. relegated to interior A. Larkln George Young Jr.,,
of emerging African societies' Seven"decades of prison At age 17, L.C. McGarraa p) of Albany, Ga. was sentenced to 70 positions because; of 69-year old woman, charged charges and returned to the 24, and Charles Prosser 24,'
and recent developments insub years in prison Convicted of rape, assault, and burglary, he has, until now, served his term consolidation and integration earlier with first-degree custody of her son. will be arraigned having been,
Saharan Black Africa. since,1955. As a result of a recent victory in a three-year court battle by the NAACP Legal .of schools, the Dallas Interdenominational murder in the slaying of her Mrs. Hattie Bell Martin, 710 indicted by the DUll County'
The course in geography will'give Defense IfcGariah's and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF), the remainder of his sentence has been suspend Ministerial husband, 87 years old, was Court J, was freed on the Grand Jury for first-degree
six hours of ciedlt, thlstt argued that case war argued by attorney C.B. King (r), an LDF cooperating attorney King Alliance (DMA) ,reported freed last Friday of all basis of testimony by a psychiatrist murder In the shocking carbine
depending on the amount of,'I'''en 'trial every! right guaranteed McGirrah by the Constitution was violated during his, recently.A that Mrs Martin was slayings of three Jaxons during

student involvement and effort. committee formed by the * Insane when she shot her the robberies of two local stores
It will provide areglonalanaly-: Alliance to study equal employment husband October B, 1968 at. November of 1968.'
sis of the physical and cultural Huge I.r'' Joins opportunities public their' home Motion was made The hearing Is scheduled to
geography of Africa south of Complex schools, said it found the On Radio by Assistant State t Attorney begin at 9 Lm.
tbeSatiar! ahStresseact majority of Negro teachers.werenot Thomas J. Shave and led to Judge Larkin set the date
Government;the third coarse,, ; w > '*?* 1k'' lIs '..',.4 rehlred"',when all-' the j order from Circuit. John following the adjudging bf the
involves the Negro American J'Mtt Nettrocnools were closedI've / 'M.'McR2L", .. two nun as Insolvent,' He t the* t
Politics, his relationship to n *i 15 I- vt areat11leoncernecl'that Had Jars;Martin been found. appointed attorney*to represent
constitutional ,developments, -. Freedom lidThe proposal being 4t sane"after : going to;trial'she then: Attorney RichardJ.Riley'

Ms emergence U 4 factor, to,p' .'ATLANTA -, \ J1SWO,000 In Juksoe'Mich.'that, a' ,white.American J'wife; 'of considered: in Austin to cut the would have; If found guilty and will serve as Young's lawyer
political parties, and his ptrUclpaUon -!,';memorial will be developed! In be named for the revered park the ,African teacher termeda number of schooldistrlctefrom' without a recommendation of Attorney Zacb H. Douglas will
in protest move r, Atlanta and will be directed to late rights leader.. revolutionary Edward Mood three thousand to one thousand mercy: been faced with the represent Charles Prosser. A II
nients. This vlll be a three- ,pay honor to the late Or.Martin N.J., since no to Newark lane, will soon become, leader I will jeopardize the future of the death penalty. Mrs.Martin has third defendant, not yet ap
Credit course, Luther King according Mrs, clued holiday was de in an African black Instructors In Texas," eight surviving children and presented, has not been named,
,:history the fourth course. Coretta King his widow. Mrs. many in students"skipped' and will guerrilla government -' said Rev V.T Thompson, < had been married to t the dead though a warrant has been
Will chronicle the Black laAmerica. King spoke of these plans at memory East accompany committee chairman. man. Worth S. Martin for 29 issued for his arrest
Orange NJ. government's
schools closed troops armed by
., Particular attention news conference In Atlanta Speaking at a press conference years Both men are described u
on at the Soviet I
will be paid the cultural, economic January 14,, the, date of birthof noon what Is government, Into In a' CMS Church in South According to recordedInformation Black Muslims
political and social: the late rights leader. Florida "called conquered Dallas; Rev Thompson said he Martin, retired on Prosser and the unidentified
;Involvement ai the Negro in The center will be placed on J'or'CoUe.e Mrs. Janet ,had received numerous complaints a pension,' became Infuriated man have been named in the
,history. two separate sites Moodlane, who of discrimination: when he heard his wife tell slaying, November 23, of
om near
Finally, sociology will, his birthplace in a Negro Offers Republic operates a of youth school in the in surrounding county schools CONGRESSWOMAN CHISHOLMCongresswoman someone by phone that be was' William Joseph Japour,' 54,
consider the Black Man la neighborhood and the other near to Tanzania will,, according :- during the last two years. drunk. He Is said to have slapped Daylight Grocery Company
American society. This three- the university complex Information defy "The complaints are coming Shirley her More testimony by supervisor during a daring
credit tours will deal with As to the purpose of the huge Police Science 'liberated"Portugese troops by entering from all over/' he said. "In Chlsholm first Negro woman witnesses was to the effect holdup at the store at King
black Institutions and contacts project Mrs. King said that northern Moxamblq Royce City a black principal elected to Congress and New that Mrs. Martin attacked her Road and Myrtle. Japour was
with whites from a black per IoU an experiment in hope,.,. "The Florida Junior College: territory' In 1989. was told there was no place York's second: Negro representative husband with a knife but was fatally shot in the head with a
spective. It would "continue Martin at Jacksonville is offering the Mrs Mondlane will accompany for him after his school was will appear on Dorothy disarmed. carbine., '
These courses will be underway Luther King's never-ceuing: type of In-service college credit troops of the Frellmo movement closed The same thing Gordon's Youth Forum,Sunday, Later, Mrs. Martin is said The two men in custody and
in,the spring semester ministry to the world and all law enforcement training programs led by Revolutionary !happened in Greenville. January 26, on a panel"Youth's to have followed the deceased the unidentified man have also
of Us largest, urgent need" ,' -seminars, workshops Moodlane. "And at small district near Responsibility to Government. from their home and to have been named in the fatal carbine
On site will Include a permanent ) and short courses-and the Such Intentions were relayedon Paris, a principal was given The broadcast will be made shot him Intone leg Then,while slaying of George Johnson, 61,
Robinson Speaks tomb of the late leader. associate degree program In an African show on the the Inferior position of driving on the NBC RadloNetworkfrom he lay on the ground she is security: guard at the same
This will be "Freedom Exhibition Police Science and Administration BBC's System. a school baa after his job was, 11:05 to 1130: ,(Kew York time.) 'said to have flredanother bullet store, Johnson died of a chest
Moodlane himself a. native taken Several other panelists will be .22 wound November 27, In
Hall", the restored that meets the needs of the away. from a caliber revolver on a
birthplace of King soul chapel career officer who,, wants a .of Mozambique;.wu educatedin Committee members saidthty on the program Mrs.Chlsholm into his chest. A fatal hemorrhage local hospital.
in Ebenezer Baptist\ Church college degree," commented America, u was his wife. decided to make their findings has been a member of the New resulted.Dr. A third indictment: charged
his home church: u well as Warren E. Headlough, project The woman leader has pro- known to the general public when York State Assembly since M C. Moore psychiatrist the three with the slaying, November
nounced society in America u"lick" they heard about the H65. Mrs. Chisholm Is a 3 of James
the church pastored, ty'his director: Police Standards testified that the aging woman ," Roland
father. Council: of the State of Florida. She has found ,some consolidation proposals of the former education consultant to is presently sane but was Insane Armstrong, owner of a store,
The other location will, near Keadlougb was in Jacksonville difficulty In translating her governor's special education the NYC -Bureau of Child at the time of the shooting and at First and Hogan Streets He
Atlanta University feature an recently to confer with officials intentions to many bearers, but 'committee. Welfare and serves as advisorto was, thus, incapable of knowing was shot in the ,chest., Armstrong -'
h Institute of Nonviolent Social of the Florida Junior College Intends to persevere. 'h DMA president, the Rev. S, the NYC Community. Labor ,what she was dolng.Accordlng was S2 ,
,Change an Institute lot Afro- at Jacksonville (FJC) and local Mondlaao received his ill, Wright, said be copes the OUlc e. to the psychiatrist,Mrs.Martinis The two young men are In Jail
American Studies law enforcement officials U education at Harvard jeommtttee's report will bring a sufferer from epilepsy. without bond. .
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and archives and a museum\ part of a research survey of University, at Syracuse University vbout statewide study to determine This affliction can be controlled A finding of guilty, without a
ofAtro-Amettcan Lift and Junior, college police science and Northwestern He the actual status of black Mourned only by proper mediation; recommendation of mercy,
Culture and administration programs later served u u employe of principals and teacher In Arthur Mlnlger of New York would make the defendants subJect -'

Mrs King pointed!me monument -' which he is conducting: to coordinate I the .United Nations. He was, Texas City will be held responsible to death in Florida's.
I under the auspices that Although he atressedthat for his mother's future actions electric chair
as nothing dead"We see -'' Yiu training ;
I living memorial._ said the .activities and associate defuse1he ;organisation, sent to Mozam* Dallas schools have had no : :
Wqoe for research There, it apparent acts of discrimination .f, / Services In Oknli
JACKIE JOHNSON eminent leader,"1I I84 with all .programs, Sntnrdiy
the vitality that was his,I center first phase of the Police is said, he was able to plan his Rev., Wright said be plans to .Iff. ; r.l.rn;. II
Al 'am still convinced thaf of human endeavor committedto Standards Council Is, already network of guerrilla activities. ,release. his findings to all the sJ For '
Freed Prisoner Of Wir
President-elect Nixon doesn'tfdlly the causes for which hellved in effect throughout the state Later, the two settled In Tan- legislators.: -I n __
understand the black' and died. Headlough said. The first phase tanla., If they receive no response In O ALA Early last week took him into e6ereh u a cbUd
problem' ," was the terse Following the announcement, Is the requirement of 200 hours, The plan Involves the striking Austin, members of tie alliance -ii there was Joy in the heart of will deliver the eulogy '
fashion In which: famous Jackie, entertainer Barry ,Belafonte of training prior toemployment) from power of Portugese. said they would not be against I Mrs Mary L. Brigham ofOcala. :The soldier was one of three
Rdblnson framed his words,on tor' law'' government forces.Frellmo taking their report to federal 11'1 .. Her
spoke at memorial services entering. enforcement son, Specialist 4 American prisoners of war who:)
life' eve of inaiguraleremonles at EbeIauer;, officers. : bead of_ the officials. 'i James W. Brlgham 21, had were released. Be died wit od -
: Washington.,At b New Tork City. Governor hen 8. Lamb,'director: of the movement was trained by "We are not a militant group," -t to caw, been released by the Viet Cong regaining couClo........,
tbe same Urn be planned to Nelson A. Rockefeller Mayor Police Science andAdmlnistra Israeli Instructors, by Chinese said c Rev. Wright. "We even. on New Year's Day after more having fallen into a,coma on
lodge a complaint with one of John V..Lindsay and Ma"t Hi UCla Program for FJC said that and by Russians; The Soviet oppose dm on at rat Ion s and ,than three months as a prisoner* January 9. The serious lajvry,,
tile Cabinet numbers namely Borough President Percy E; Deal County bad! this requirement Embassy Is suspected) of providing sit-ins, generally. But we will m' 'of war. Mrs. Brlgham and a 'was discovered* at
William,: Rogers,.now Button signed a petition urging in,effect pro-dating the. weapons through the Cares ,, do what is necessary to solve ,'son and daughter went to Washington Walter Heed .vho make's,:
Secretary of State. Robinson, the President and Congress to state law requirement of ZOO Salaam the office and u well this.problem.. ULYSSES HARPER; on January 4 to greet thorough examination: of an.
u by
vehement in his protest against make._Dr. King's Mrth&t$ hours before entry employment. govermentMrs. him The meeting was both. soldiers before returning
54 was slainlast delta
MonBane claims her Jiyces Koior Ulysses ;
the Nixon aU-Y bit. Cabinet :, ,
national holiday This petition The Police Science lad Administration ; tearful and happy Mrs. Brag to their homes.
husband's troops are In control week while on a parking
said he "U through with theRepablWnParty"He will be presented to the new Program was of two provinces and of a Darts Cip lot at Cherry's Bar INS Kings ham's prayers had been Specialist 4 Thomas N. Joanne,
alas President in established at the answered. She had never given 21, Lynnvtlle. tod.
February Florida popilatloo of more than Road. Harper, whodledinDuval and He, ,
COmp1a1Jled'abcJuI the selection Services were held throughout Junior College at Jacksonville: a million. Sfir Arthur Ashe Medical Center 45 minute up the faith.Sorrow Donald C. Smith, 21, of Akron.;:" ,
of John Mitchell AttorneyGeneral. the country In memory d Dr. in the Fall of'1947 to make ', and grief have come Pa., were the other two re-T '
Be spoke of the refusal, available The white American woman The United States Junior later was standing by the automobile ,to the mother of 10 children. :
Roman classroom
Catholic Parochial experiencein is bead of (tie his son Stacey Harper. :,- j '
Department of Chamber of Commerce held ()
of the ) '
tlenciadidate-for- The
soldier died last
young lr'1euecL
schools in New Tork police science at the college Brigham received the Man" I
Nixon offer of held Health and Social Welfare of Its annual meeting In Syracuse 10, occupied. The son toldpolice :
presldent any level 'idalia Walter Reed Hospitalin
special services. Some sobor- for local law enforcement oa September ,13 Won bi
Frellmo Many funds, accord and honored 10 Individuals. a man armed with arifleshot A
Distance to the tote Dr. King I
Washington an'
ban communities officers and to provide following Hia
an canter
suspended opportunity 'tag to her art collected laAmerica his father. Police troop had tW3> r
when he Atlanta. Lieutenant Arthur Ache Jr.,
was ja.IlecIlII classes. Governor ) for fall-time studentsdesiring ; operation for brain damage, aetberhed. He
Rpbfason ,said that .the onlyCabinet SIllIer_ of' Raymond / ,IS,:was one of the ten He Is a questioned witnesses for a suffered during his brief '
Pennsylvania a' career to law "A stays by la Yfet
few the
proclaimed motive to murder. Funeral'
said the
years ago, member of the Davis Cop Teamof J
appointment of any in the Viet Cong area. : :
January 14 enforcement" to; receive aa The mother
a "Day of
new leader-"Americans were .services will be held Saturday ,
I Mae to the Negro might be that the UJ. and a native of Specialist
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associate be
;ot-, termerGenrnor George Commemoration. Uaulmoastr degree sis! Voile telling DM I was deL Bat BOW Richmond Ya. His victories at I p.m.atEt.Matthews Baptist! burled kept ist. '
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Published bjr till Florid Star Publishing cVMflRt a 8 fisgBRUTAUTYf X41, WHITNEY YOUNG JR.

The tight to decentralise New York's mammoth school system
; MEMBER d S bat now entered a new pbIIt.
The first phase wu a stormy one-the establishment of three! *
I '/( 11" 1t7 experimental locaU-controlled school systems and tilt Joining

together of tilt teacher's union and school administrators to try

tokUnteaningfuldecentrallsatloa. $s
I NEGRO P iTIONAL The next phase promises to be Just as stormy. The Both
Edacaf.\ released Its pllll to ceiatrallllt the 1Chooli,iIId liter'ti

nubile bearings the plan will go to thekstate legislature for

ERIC 0. SIRSON...MANACINO EIIT8IIILBA :. .. T -". :campaign:approval. to The kill teachers previous, who de- mounted a massive lobbying N S

OOOIEN...CIRCIATISR LUIUE ri...! / threats to defeatlegUlators* Including (r r *TJ fSttS." 5

.. .. S ( who vote tor decentrali za
MAIIIKG ADDIESS \ nHE SHIELD OF Lpt"'if; pill probably be on tbe attack ";
J: once more.
2323 MOXCRIEF ROAD "fI Tee whole country is watchingwhat
'OL I E ,If happens In NewYork since :; d
I\ \ :decentralisation of the schools
P.O. BOX 55! JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 "" r .I land perhaps! other city services, ;

t will be a major issue In every

NONE 354-1702 ;x; : I' !large city: It would be tragic :
/ ., If people assume from New ., :
I I York's experience that decentralisation : '.
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MIAMI OFFICE SOU 7tl AYE. ij can only come about w

through bormoll, bitterness. ___ i
PRONE 751-3070 Some experiments In commmity control of the school have
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\ '" .::<. : been achieved without such upheavals. Washington.C r
.#: .\ RATE INMANYBLACK I : .i fr. "1r-.:;;.". .example, has one such successful experiment In its U I

OMMUNITIESCRIl i U:'" Community School. While there was some opposition In the '
One Year, $12.00 -.Half Year, $7.00,Mailed To You. r : days of the experiment: it has proved Itself by getting
IS BECOMING A WAY :. 1Y.7' ;: ... '/ community support and by improving the education of tbe -J Anywhere la The United States ;
r OFUFE: f- ; s. stars attending the school B now look Ilk the ezperlmeutbe "

Subscription Payable In Advance /Jk __.__ ; expanded to tile other school la the Washington .,ltell:
.. '1 B Is Interesting too, that Washington! teachers support decentrailsation. \I'.

bend Check Or Money Order To FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 599 .j'I'"' .... They endorsed It by a vote of more than two to one *
at the same time that New York's teachers, who belong to the
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 ROT THE CAUSE OF CRIME INCREASE IN THE BUCK COMMUNITIESA same national union were striking against decentralisation.

last fall
Bs too bad that the whole concept of decentralisation la New

SCHOLAR IN GRASS ROOTS .........r.......r................................................. York hu sabotage.become The bogged focus down really In vested should Interests be on and the kids bureaucratic ; the

'me following editorial, from the pages of the magazine of the present system has failed them and the school have to be made .
Democratic National Committee represents a strong tribute to I. YOUR accountable to their parents.The .
the talents of Louis Martin who, for 'some years served WEEKLYS r Morgan Community School give evidence thatwhenparents! '

efficiently as top man In the division of minorities, The articleIs have a voice In running tbe schools, children achieve more. B'
presented here In Its entirety. >s was one of the few schools! Washington where pupil's scores =*

Louis Martin considers himsolf a newspaperman, not a politician on standardised tests rose markedly last year. Habitual truants'
Others might disagree with him. i HOROSCOPE are back at their desks and vandalism I II at a new low B1* clear

"A scholar In grass-roots politics", Is Hubert Humphrey's. GUIDE J. i that the school Is now a part of the community, not Justin It.'

assessment. "Louis Martin," said Mr. Humphrey "has contributed Last year the U.s. Office of Education released a report that
as mjch to the success of the Democratic Party In the S was the most exhaustive study of public schools ever made. .
last eight years :as any other person In the country. have deep concluded that tile biggest factor Indetermlnlng a child's success-:

admiration and respect for him and 1'11 always be grateful to By PABLO The ASTROLOGER In school was his sense of control over his environment
Louis for his magnlflclent leadership and work In tile 19U .:, i When child sees that his! school respect bis parents and'
presidential campaign." :' :.j:. allows them to make their voice heard; when be sees that his

In 1960, presidential candidate John ,. Kennedy asked Mr. '" .. school' teacher and administrators believe la his potentialand
Martin to handle press relations for the Minorities Division of WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY' DAYS i seek to develop his skill; when be sees his school u a,

the Democratic National Committee during the campaign. lie living, vital fan-time part of bit neighborhood, be win feel a *

agreed to take a short leave of absence from his Journalistic = greater sense of his own Importance and will achieve better la this

chores to do the Job. FORBUSINESSLOVETRAVEL studies. ,:
This was not his first political experience. In 191 he servedas S : As the well-known Booty Report which first suggested *;

Assistant Publicity Director of the DNC during the Roosevelt decentralization plan for New York put if "There is an Intimate ;

.\ campaign. S : relation between the community and the ability of public ;
Prior to that he had worked as a freelance writer In Cuba In ,education to function effectively...(if) the community regards.
mt-n. The following year he helped establish the Michigan ....-......................r....... .................................. the school a* an agency in which they have an Investment, which

Chronicle in Detroit and b& first editor and publisher.b acknowledges a responsibility for popll achievement-lasbortas.,
1947 he became the Editor-in-Chief d tbe,Chicago Dally; their own-children will enter the school with positive expectations.
,aMerPrtot: to the In I / \ .". .
Joining Kennedy campaign 1980 LousfifvedM ,
:Editorial, fdvlsor i fy the Amalgamated in Lagos/t: '.. .JIII$ I" "" ..: CANCER') r '! : '' ,,k Lllll"1 Wj"t'.O Th a t'* what decentralization U all about-rinaklng the schools'
Nigeria,' ,. Press.- i III IIICI2iu ', C,; -* .. ,vi> ;? ..,"JJIJ "" ? j CIFUCIII ti!;s work better for our.children; : *, :;,

In November, Itl 60at the request of ofthenewly-elected President: mi JIM r S Illl. KPT.23rl .I111.IEC. C'a
'Kennedy, Martin accepted the post of Deputy Chair man in charge mil m JILT 22i.' ICT. 23rd 2211 Hi lit!" .
d the Minorities and Nationalities Division of the DNC. Eight Detect It. There has Veen an' .llil :

.years later, be is now returning to Chicago. He will resume undercurrent fuming throughthe It's seductive. The idea of' All or nothing Should the pros The Collie Stita. Specks ':
Close It. deals that have
full time affiliation with Sengstacke Publications publ1Ib.r.everat of pattern all month which Any taking up a new bobby may have pect of carrying day appear

weekly Negro newspapers and the Chicago Dally Defender may be fed by a so-called been closed hanging when the fire t.rm.llldcOll-should be extraordinary appeal even if to be bright, u well It may pay BY NEGRO. PRESS INTERNATIONAL. ,ti
as Vice President and Editor. friend who has alterior pur. the time for it la not quite no heed to objections or suggestions Hm't
On hearing of his DNC retirement, Senator Edward Kennedy pose In mind. As soooassome ditions have been accepted' by*" ripe. You can at least look into that could make one agree: .
said: "When President Kennedy appointed yon to this' body starts asking for loans .all Interested parties. For the matter and ask loved ones, hesitate at me last minute The That poverty, taD buildings, or discrimination cause rioting ,
this is the moment they If anything these phenomena! act as Instruments of social,
and important division( In 1960 he had great confidence In your recommending an investment or other trusted companions, all Important natters d Increased -
have been waiting for. control. It Is not the poor who typically riot but those who are ,\
ability. During the past eight years haveclearly demonstrated another to offer suggestions or pointers status and economic
or or pressing to
you < is -' '
Domestic, residential,fin iv fi on their way out of povmY.II1&b-rlH public housing sometimes *
that his confidence was well placed." back a risky enterprise, it may that will place yon on the standing are stakes (bat are
this expUnatfao
and security matters are allsources blamed for outbreaks of violence, but
Upon becoming President, Lyndon Johnson asked Martin to be wiser to back out as quickly right track.Anything that seems certainly worth going after by
of gain for those who falls to account for residents of: tan building*-In slum areas ,
continue his work at the Committee. He was Impressed with as possible before falling Into speculative Including\ romantic the usually ambitious Capri- .
have been Industrious and tar. and etatwhere-1f1lo don't riot Discrimination Is deplorable
Martin's ability and his tireless efforts to bring Negroes and the trap.C.ZOu..88.15.m.'- attachments had better be cornlan. Or-If you have aa
seeing. Be more vigilant than but It does not cause social disorder, which baa gotten worseat .>
left alone
other minority groups Into the political process. usual, ft can be Just as hasard-' now. Ltbrans whoare objective that Is more Idealistic the very time that racial bias la being combatted: Our >
young enough should pin their the attainment of it could
Lou Martin's contribution to the progress of our nation 'otts .
walking as It Is driving frjhn (inBj of rioting-many of them well-fntenttmed-alert ;
says President Johnson,'"particularly the area of equal rgbtscannot In certain cases. And when hopes on the future which undoubtedly be even'more noteworthy I'. al'waJ'l&nOrl the factor of social disorganisation,whlchplagoes >,
be measured In conventional terms." In praising those will contain many better to avoid travel and not
others adopt a belligerent attitude .all social, classes, races, and areas of our nation. ;
efforts, the President noted that they "have bad a lasting Impact It may be more prudentto pleasant surprises. along with to get Into any controversial That there suchthlngsasaclvtl-rights question anymore. ".
'' other things9lOni554148S, situation.
on our society. THUS refrilja from answering back. the rights issue has degenerated an interracial brawl'r
Louis Martin proud of the comprehensive effort! htat has been '. Z701944385MillAIIIS
.? The only question now is whether one favors "white racism" or ;
made by the Democratic Party to give equal opportunity to mi mil .9018.52.61.194LEI "Black bigotry." Not rectification of wrongs but subtle and overt c

Negroes. He points to tile Impressive progress made politically,' 2111 IIT 2M favoritism characterise the race question today. Whites blame :

economically socially la the past eight years. JCIIFIImi all their faults on Blacks and call It the "American way of 11*.",.

Martin notes that the Democratic leadership under Presidents Hammer men:fly away. Any Blacks blame an their faults\ on whites and call it "_111 ,.-

Kennedy and Johnson has" "opened the door from top to bottomIn thing that Is worth doing, from mi JILT ocr. mi in.2ltl Justice." Mob action Is paraded u brotherly love, racial,
the federal.tractur. for Negroes and other minorities. For .
the most humble occupation to FEI 1W blackmail aa Interraolal harmony, demagoguery u Two ,
the first time, Negroes had representation In tile Cabinet and the most 2411 Mf 22ii advancement. like "Black power" .
exacting profession, 23ri HIC. 22il Slogans "law and order" and rare
on the Supreme Court bench.In Have a replacement The
Is worm doing well. This Is hypocritically and maliciously used to Justify criminal acts .'
addition, till Voting Bights Act of 198S placed in the hands of the Iron things out 'There is a Do it on the QT. The search trouble with meet indtviduaU this
credo real work of outside
that boosts racial
can only on IlhocllF
the black community the single most potent political force in so many rub somewhere creating for success, better housing, or group who are criticising progress go
Taoreans to the of arena. '
their quest for equality and Justice. Morever, adds Martin, there cess. But when heights defines suc friction between associates and or a moneymaking arrangement the beads of states or governments That rebellion and Irreverence are necessarily tilt hallmarks c*
has been a "phenomenal growth in the nuaber of Negroes holding one home companions And it appears may be crowned with successIf Is that they have not come d virtue '
success, It must be aDd maturity. ?
political office as Democrats." Of tilt more than 700 Negroeswho remembered as if Leos are the ones It is conducted In secret. up with any sensible altera
The /
that It is purely relative pervading orthodoxy of our times dictates that we regard
now hold office the ov.rwb'lIII1DI1II&Jodty are Democrats. who exert enough authority, or Public announcements or show lives to replace them.This maybe all rules of :>
and dependent and institutions and all violations
on a reprehensible
fa all d these efforts, Louis Martin has played a significantand particular who know the magic words to :of individual Initiative would the opportunity for an Inspired -
environment and Its outlets rules and destruction,of Institutions Not only that,
orHmltatlo enable the opposition to thwart aa righteous. .
and friendli
effective role, His enormous talents and unfailing good restore harmony Aquarian, who has a
s. A somewhat tense we are supposed to believe that the can becomenature X
will often work 'one at step. As long as only way one
Love every
humor will be missed at the Democratic National Comstlttea. ness. genuine proposition that Is Is Soo
He has labored hard and lone on behalf d his "brothers and situation may be created.' But. ,where criticism doesn't. This you play the game with the workable u well as altruistic, by asserting Independence from society's demands
Instances him. B la ironic that becomingsaa
love is
sisters" and In so doing'has enrichedallwbo came to know him."We ., overrules .'could: be the case at present proper amount strategy and to come forth and make the Immaturity our society
wish Lou the best of lock and the best of times," commented all other considerations, .. and certainly la worth a trial discretion yon cooldmake considerable -. announcement. We all agree Increasing when _problem! of psychiatric proportions, at the very x
should be shortlived and leave time people are purportedly now to become rebelS
DNC Chairman Lawrence F. O'Brien. "The wisdom and: Economy may be the keyword headway. Even allies'Inn that some changes are due,' leaning 5weighhg
no scars Tlomly mature. It It institutions are
energy of this remarkable man has benefited both his party at home as well u In profashoml turf out to be unreliable: but they should be constructive, ionAnd heavily AIM p4 ''
He 6.30.16..99,67 loll B It Isnt observed 'but it may necessarily be down more ever, at a tine when we ..
and his fellow men. has underscored his dedication to Justice milieus. ; not destructive; spurting not ;
and freedom with effective In both Instances I for ulterior'motlv..... are doing all we can to disregard them. We forget that maturity
political: action. We tare miss him yon negative; and of a character la >
greatl, although we know be will continue to be of service. to his may !then be In serious trouble. 5-f. \ 14-68-91-820: that can appeal to.(lbs Intellect mat developed true freedom through the responsible use of our powers'within! snd a:"
comes from to act
and his .",
country party.World 3WW33MM7vim .rather then to .the emotions.
specific contest with due regard to our actxa' cusegaeacesand
6eo.13llSI.tU.PISCES effect on others.. '

News Digest NW MAT That suffering is necessarily Indication: that one Is being
punished for wrongdoing II beIDc 1 JastS
NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL list Jilt 21st IIIR in. cease to take oat his grievance***. smistreatedorhas_ S

23rd SEPT. 22i SlIITTAlII Illl FEI.Itti Suffering la tobelesrnedtr omnds.sralyfam.d about. WhefttrS
DIGEST Dear ..td1ctabJe. one has been tbe victim of bid
ones are a bad marriage, bad times, or a
POLL ON BIAS There may have been a tine Don't procrastinate. Should' mi HI.2M III. 2ltl deal, be should carefully study his predictament. to flnd out what

1.OND01fJfPl Britain's Home Office has suggested that! when the thoughts and actfcos p r e,ions opportunities have IEC. 21st Follow, dent I lead. Hasty went wrong acknowledging net he nay have engineered btti I
a study of public attitudes towards been missed or toned down for suffering for
Immigrants neurotic
be 1IDdert -. of loved ones, especially teenagers action gets one In bd water from or self-destructive purposes. I
to avert the danger of social d1Ir,UOII. Bs 1II.lDOrtlldallllIObId, were like aa opea book. some reason known only to Life's jalt a play.Oftlll frleDCII which it nay not be too s
"It discrimination on racial ground Is allowed to pot obstacles Today, if you can get within yourself, do more favor think we are tllebappleatpeopleaU" to easy
escape. Following the trends
II the way cI ucctMM Integration particularly d those bora mil of maUag aa accurate of ghrtag them & Just to look at us, Bat it sad keeping step with them, THIS WEEK, IN NEGRO ,HISTOKt
sad educated
here the country will be faced win situation W guess, you may consider yoor- aDd consideration this time. be because most of
may as,
which a minority trustingly and confidently, can Jan IS, 1821: Carey,Baptist! mtcister-missionary-plower,
group distinguishable only by Its color. heat cell: ss doing wen. Their notions There is something especially realise that It's better policy be .
exceptionally sailed
rewarding.The for Liberia. ,
been rejected by the In the d
at promising services
community large are out of this world, way to hide our secret pains, for' possibility of setting

as may be their behavior. It employment and coma rows, or concerns from the security safeguards la far too up Jan. 14 1Ut>> Ann $
AWARD WINNER: pensatloa for unlnablted : Todd, Ntcro'actreu. na'1D :Hertford,
anyone -
doibtfil oat .
appears they
rest of the world, including good to be Ignored, when Cbesire England. ,
PilIUDILPHU.-(1mQlUaS...... Court Judge(Mrs., themselves know what WIll and willing take the our nearest aDd dearest b any tile prospect beneftttiBgfronmem: $
Annie lk eta Jlagge ku wee the second Clmbel, all leading to. Maybe it's alip ekaaee. Ifs possible for '
mternatlonal there be brilliant
I- case, may a pen looks
, ward! as being a representative female another OM d a cMIc1DI..14 which couples, even desirable,to have social event to.make these two LooktBff ahead somewbtt the yean distant can Jan IS, IBM: First TUB. Negro Reglnent (the 45tH!) orgaal* 4.|

'( .rvk'. to hamaatty have Increased nderstsadtaHaa the Is II a state of flea lid which disagreements now aDd then. .days quite unique aid awmor- mbearabk' Jai 'H :
world's pe aadtavepraaotedthecameeofpeaM.: Thejarlst, no doubt not evoMe or dry ,Jut dont allow them to get able la nuny: respects. Avoid jppear Backward bag. Casing ; lltw BrTIB'wow* u firs pastor. of AfrW".. ?
they Mesa to navebeen Baptist Y
;. who U also chairman of out of hand or to reach tbe Ga. *
CM Coouaisstonoa the Stall I When the dust has cleared, a showdown... yoi are aware patafuUy> saort Happy Is .
.. \ Women,received i $1 000 grant, a neda and an illuminated Lift society may emerge, oi.more point where nothing but a break deep Inside that you really the who bad the .. I'
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CBS-TV Stars Marry In Hawaii Miss Eirfhi White. Lakeshore Baptist Ladies Help latiaoro Gospel Stagers ReadyFor

w.t.. .. .,..,. Carries Cheer To ( .

y Iff Festival At Mt. Ararat

Corrects School
The Latlmore Gospel Singers, one of the Southeast's most
r Mrs. Ida Poole, Mrs Martha unique group of musicians, will come forth Sunday night
Martha Cadsen and Chester J January 26, at I p.m. at Mt. Ararat Baptist Church, Rev Dallas
Silllvan accompanied Miss :": 'Graham pastor, with what has been spelled out as the best of
Eartha M.M. White to the Girl ; the many exciting annual musicals the group presents.At .
School at Forest
Correctional the helmas sololst.wlll be is Mrs. Alberta Latimore,
HOI They carried the
recently. musician and instructor. Mrs.Latlmore .
annual the little Tena Williams who,
Clara White Mission
Qtrlstmis it is said, is the youngest gospel trains the tiny group
t Miss Montgomery gifts welcomedthe b :. singer In the area. Tena, like without charge and has welded

visitors Miss White gave an t t tr the others, has appeared out of them Into one outstanding singing
/ .1 the state on tours and has sung aggregation.
talk to the girls and
Club" over radio and television The This particular program !has
a "Big Sister .
organised singers are In constant demandfor been listed in order that the
Mrs. Cook in charge of the
their services. group, which travels by station
ltd crafts department
The of the might have sufficient
Miss. White with a N } group wagon
funds for the year of 1969 for
beautiful shawl Imported from
travel, repairs and the like.

r Ohio .Friday the Harriet Chit Chat Civic For some 20 years Mrs.
Beaeher Stowe Community .LatImore has taught this group
and former members This Till
Club Makes Plans
Center children gathered for
t be the twenty-first anniversary.
and refreshments. The
Saturday The Chit Chat Civic Club will Members of the group possess
parry was a success
the children in the Picket begin the new year with many and varied talents Each
elaborate plans. member is an officer of the
received their
annual community gifts and toys from the The regular .meeting will be group. Tens, 3, is mascot.

mission. Two communities remain \ Monday night, January 27, in This gala program; will be
the home of Mrs Dorothy ably supported by outstanding
to be supplied i,.;
11.1.a"J GIlmore, at 8 p.m. All persons groups, singers, choruses,
..... ;;.> who wish to Join should attend soloists, and by JuO S. Several -
Delia Campbell .. ,
A-" a the meeting Mrs. Gilmore is groups are expected from
Volunteers workers of the Lakeshore Baptist Church conduct classes of arfand handicraft president. out of the area.
O.E.S. Plans every Wednesday at the Eartha MM White Nursing Home. The patients are extremely: Funds from the program will ,
It wa<' a real dream-come-true wedding for actor Billy DM interested and proud of the items they create. Friends are Invited to visit at any time. These 'Silevay Barracks be used solely for tranpsorta- I

Williams and actress Marlene Clark when they wed in Hawaii Third Gala TeaThe classes give the patients something to do, employ their time and help them to forget them tion The group has planned
while both were filming "'Jbe Lost Flight", movie-for-IY to selves. From left are: Mrs Margie Bell, Mrs. Doris Nunney Mrs Alice Field, Miss Eartha tidies Annie a more taxing program for the
air,on CBS-TV.: Delia Campbell Chapter White, Mrs Carhy McWborter, Mrs. Helen Hobbs, Mrsilorothy Ryan and Mrs Majdtae J year of 1989.
of the OES 198, will be host Johnston Bob Smith Photo The concert Is open to the
at a tea Sunday, January 26, Saturday MeetThe public.
Storybook WeMiig Becomes In the home of Rev, and Mrs,
Ladles Auxiliary of Gateway
4103' Santee Road, President *
Douglas Anderson Barracks 3131 will meet
Utility For CBS-TV ActorsFew from Mrs 4 to Janie 6 p.m.F. Canon Past Saturday, January 25, in the ENGAGED

places are linked with of Kauai appearing in a movie Grand Most Ancient Matron Robinson Houses FJC Unit Road Veterans All Home, members, 1509 and Kings officers Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Lewis,

romance and love as are the titled "The Lost Flight", decided will speak. Mrs. Eliza are urged to be present' 5315 Newcombe Street, Jacksonville
Islands of Hawaii and It to is Worthy Matron. Loris Effective with the Winter Term marry there. President Rosa Rose will give announced: the
wonder, that actors Billy Once they bad made their Adkln is Worthy Patron. All which began recentlythe plans for the 1969 program. engagement of their daughter,
Dee Williams and Marlene decision, however time becameof matrons and members invited.of! the Florida Junior College at Dinners will be served through Miss Ruby Lee Bradley, to
Clark,, ,who were on the Island the essence because the film Masonic Family are ..1 i is Jacksonville has expanded the day for the building fund. Mr. Lee Edward Washington! ,
company was due to leave for The, public Is its educatlonalofferlngs All past presidents are expected son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
'the main island of Hawaii as ,to a fourth full-time day am! Houston of Tampa
Florida.Junior' Savings evening division center.
soon as the last film footage
was completed in an abandonedcave "With the opening of the new
the small island. facility, FJC now has a balanceof
College Lists Courses Producer Paul Donnelly heard Club Plans MeetThe programs In all areas Fri. Jan. 31 thru Sun. Feb. 2

of the young couple's desire to Nightingale Savings Club except advanced lab courses
li Occupations. be married before filming was will hold their next meeting for the first time on the south
completed and he Jumped Into February 4 at 8 p.m., in the side of the river," said Dr,
The Florida Junior Collegeat action He shut offhiscameras, home of Mr and Mrs Holden, Ersklne Key, dean of Instruction ft e 1
Jacksonville has been ordered loads of flowers and 5355 Newcombe Street. Mrs. on the San Diego and South-

awarded a $210,402 contract sent the bride off to her dress- Rosetta Holdeo and Mr. Lasure side Campuses."We .
for training 160 youths and Ing room to put on a mini will be hostesses On Sunday,. can now offer selected
adults in eight occupationalareas. wedding gown done up in white January 26, the Nightingaleswill laboratory courses because of
.:, This training will be ,lace. worship at St. Stephen's the facilities for aich classes.
offered through the college's As luck would have it, Rev AYE Church Rev J.S Johnson available at the San Diego
Manpower Training Division erend Harold Starks of Kauai pastor, at 11 a.m. Mrs. Emma Afram House a national null order business headquartered Campus" Dr. Key added.
under the supervision ofChester was working In the movie as Lee Yates and Mrs Henrietta In Miami Florida, announced the appointment of Blanche Dr Key said that 55 persons
.D. Howarth Most of an extra and volunteered to Broome will be hostesses; I Calloway as president of the company. Afram House Is an all- Including administrators and wv'
the training will de done at the perform the ceremony. There black managed firm whir h catalogues only Afro-American Instructors, constitute the San y 33 SENSATIONAL ACTS!

center t 135 EastDuvalStreet. was one problem, however: Dallas Texas oriented products. Its first full color catalog was mailed to Diego Campus staff. FIRST TIME IN AM ERICA
This project, called Multl- He didn't have his Bible with, over 100 thousand Negro families la October and November. Added to educational programs '
Ski is 'training; is funded under him and Ms church was fefveal Elite 'NW To Blanche Galloway Aaa lived in Miami, for.41 a contract between the U.S. miles' frowhere 'tHe lilt executive wlSdfostatlonWMBM. ShebegMterptofesslonal and Cumberland Campuses andCentrarXduItrScttfiorflU ..Ialmecl.\ TinlnKlkrYaU Animal tral.ler'1'eiroN. .).wlth-KI*.,
Department of Health, Education company was shooting But career ..'."singer and. later teamed up with bet brother Cab. be phantl and The...! NEE: ThfM/
and Welfare and the United producer Donnelly came to the Couie B wi.kl Jan." 23,, 1817i Richmond (Va.) Negroes met. to oppose U.s. the facility on\ San Diego Roadin Ifordi,' or Educated: IHepkaatelNKK .
States Department of Labor, proverbial rescue again when colonization plans In Liberia. the formal Douglas Anderson SOO International ClrcmBlarl
in addition to'the Florida to*:' bt hastily recalled that a yellow DALLAS, Texas,-. (NPI) School and 200 Performing Anl

State dustrlal Department Commission of Education and the' life the raft film which contained was being a survival usedIn The,publish Dallas Texas twice a Elite week Newswill beginning Miles College Gets $15,000 Tea Of Colors PlannedFor mull AIL8EAT8RFSFR\EU! I

Training will be designed to kit with Bible. In March according to M t .
a $4 00 S3 00 SJ 00TM
produce the necessary skill and. One of the stars of "The Lost Leon L, Lewis, general,. For library Improvements Day ,SpringTemple i + Included

Job knowhow to meet the pertormance'requirements Flight' Uoyd Bridges,stepped manager, of the fast-growing Chapter No. 60, OES,
of In as best man. Another actress, Texas published The Elite, The 3M Company, the Hill Family Foundation and the Southern will have a Tea of Colors Hemming TICK Park ITS ON Ticket SALE Office AT and

available jobs at the entry or Nina Seaton, acted U Maid cf having been ',by Education Foundation have joined efforts in providing a grant of Sunday, January 26, at DaySpring Jacksonville. Auditorium Coll.eum
beginning level The cl rk-i, William Blair for about 10 $15,000 for the purpose of strengthening the library at Baptist Church at 3:30
'Honor and,, after musicians assembled months, has made great stridesin Miles The program ...-............ MAIL ORDERS NOW................
College involves
stenographer training grant a donation of microfilm Councilwoman B.
program in the cave where the a p.m. Sallye
aln Ian,Sr. .ClrcucJackienvilleCellteiini ,, ......
servicing the Negro market i C il. '.ff. Mol
will begin January 27. Students company bad been shooting the, reader and printer equipment from the 3M Company The Miles Mathis will be the speaker. : 1",:=-a.L..:"cj.u.,i. I
will be trained in business wedding was about to get underway in the Dallas area and has won ,College Library will also receive, first microfilm edition of Judy Bullock Is program chair MS I.Ad."..II. Fri.I....11IIIPM',
the of JediMnvlUe,He.11301UA Set.Feb. HOilOAM *
endorsement DaUas'leading '
the Paul
business arithmetic LawrenceDunbar Collection from the Branch
English Schomberg: man.
Set.Feb 1130PMM
filing office machine operation, And who gave the bride away? business ;firms and of the New York Public Library which contains world most M" 0 I- L_ Feb 1IIJPMSun
general business, shorthand,. You guessed It: producer Paul Chamber of Commrce complete collection!' of Negro literature. r lhpae For /lppointmentiDR. ._CNII 11 0 .---"': -____.' :,Feb 2110PMton :

typing transcribing: and duplicating Donnelly, of course. He ran recognized Lewis who is a natloaaUy- "The equipment and materials Foundation, under the direction Tofu,.L.. t..r ..FekltlOPMit. ,
editor and public-
machines.,The .Clerk. the show from beginning to end relations veteran, said the provided under the Joint grant of Dr. John Griffin, adds this REX SMITH 14.., '= I )
Typist program will begin July and it turned out to be one of ,; will form the nucleus of the negotiated grant to its long list .. ... -
7 and run for 2( weeks; Personality the most moving and beautiful semi-weekly idea is a necessary ,Instructional Material Center of grants-ln-ald to Negro higher 1 CIIr. ....,....,.."tit_'JJ F.-.... N.m_

development'will be weddings ever recalled by those advance if the Negro In the library and wU provide educatbn STAT 14-1181 ..........re4J4N..4. .,.... -vd"' .. ......"...,.."I Am a ha,.....
a part of this course. assembled. press is to show progress in .!900 W. .
link the
a direct with New York
the field of
Coursts in auto mechanics newspaper. publi
The couple completed filming cation. Public Library and their vast
auto body repair furniture refurbishing their roles in"The Lost "
Flight" ,research collections, Dr. L.
"The time has come when we'
and short order cook before leaving for a honeymoon have to offer advertisers a H. Pitts, president of Miles
will follow Classes will ales in the bride's home state of College, said in announcing
media to properly appeal to
be held In electric ,appliance .
New York. The film, which Is grant.
our market and look forward
servicing and in gasoline engine being produced for first-time In addition, the gift provides SOCIALITESRED
to a day in the near future with
Those interested should
repair. viewing on the CBS Television at least the intention of coming $4,000 for books and instruct-
contact AllenFessenden. Network and isalsoaprojected ional materials for the Center
out of the cloak of Negro tradition
Metropolitan Area Manpower series for that network, stars The grant also Includes funds
., Negroes today want the CROSS SHOES
Florida State
Coordinator Lloyd Bridges, Ralph Meeker, news elreryday.AndNegropublinked to be spent for strengthening ,
Employment Service, 215 Anno Andy Prine and
Francis the staff of the library Toward
if they want
Market Street. ,
,Nobu McCarthy.. this end the Chief Librarian
to maintain their Influence
_, .u'U'U'h__, _- ---_....._ ,-- ", and the Reference Librarianwill COBBlES
must provide them with want, .
Lewis said spend two and one-half
The Elite is publishing January months In workshops and Internship '

n,4 30, the first complete history at Atlanta Universityand
:, sad t of Negro progress ever pub- Carleton College North-
+}{ 3 i3a' lished la the State of Texas, field, Minn.
Besides display of many'Itegropromloonls Dr. Pitts stated that the- 3M

who lead programof Company, the Hill Family .

is lJ ." ip ,advancement for ,the Negro Foundation aid the Southern '
M af more than aquarter. of a century Education Foundation have t'H
1 ,4 d ago, the'edition will feature a long-time Interest in the development
special articles and picturesof of library resources
world welterweight champion and that this gift will greatly

Curtis Cokes, one of three expand the abilities of the Miles

Texans who .have: woo world College students and facultyto .. ,
li'E titles in boxing Jack Johnson make use of the nations'

of Galveston was the first. storehouse of research Tk., ,i.4uc(hn a c...." ... .h.,.."."Ik The ....'1". fOUtuI M CIMI
/ Special tribute' memorial materials and knowledge.
feature:will be dedicated to Dr. Pitts stated "1be grant
Texas Legislator Joe Lockrldge from the 3Y Company lyll usher
? ? who died in an airplane crash In a whole new era of scholarly ,Discontinued Styles Now at Great Savings to You

last year and John Rice, one of research at Miles College Toe

who Dallas'died most la U8Z.colorful. leaden equipment microfilm reader from and the printer 3MCompany $ 788 and $1188 Regularly' $l6to. $20.AII Sales Final/ '

Statistics w1l1'shcrir thl' tremendous will allow students .
gains,Negroes have to go to original sources never
d'" #iaady bi made 111 I employment qJPOI'., before poIlible...Tb1s moves'
unities over the last 10 years.FIGHTS Miles College closer to becoming RED CROSS SHOE
a cathedral of learning for .
..... those to whom it has been so

..OD long denied".. :.
... The Southern Education STORE i

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PRINCE OF P ANT MIMEoitcGri; bl nr lathe
TAE JOGS'r NEW YORK-The nation
world) ( sad-faced clown with the Ringling Bros ,
renown insurance companies spend an 215 LAURA $T.
and Barnum & Bailey Circus. "The Greatest Show Ongirth EQUAL EMPLOYMENTOPPORTUNITY estimated $50 million a year whelp T s i,1

; ? engagement in, Jacksonville, COMMISSION make. the nation* high. -
Jacksonville Coliseum on Fri. Eve Jan 31, then 1800 G Street. N.W... way*,safer, the Insurance, Information ;" OPEN FRIDAYS UNTIL 8P.M.1. Iji

plays three performances on Sat and two on Sun. Feb., 2. Washington, 0. C.: 20506 Institute says, t mal... ,

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fl" : CHURCH NEWS : I Trustee ApprovalNORTH

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. but lo addition to,the traditional
-(Nfl) For the first Urns concepts of education.
.f KEWXXDEEllBmST since appointing a new president Aa outline of the newly-es-
II All aewly-elected officers will to Installed Sunday momlafRev. the Board of Trusteesfor tsbltshed/ Department of Planning "
j. ..,. W.Q. Rogers Mt.Salem Baptist Church Till speakuaday Shorter College met and Development was sub-
Deb School will begin at ':30 a.m., wltb the superintendent recently at the college campus mitted and approve, This
In charge. Tie lesson will be reviewed by tIM pastor, Rev. X.LNorman. to review tilt new proposals department attached to tile
Tto morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with tilt that have been undertaken by college's administrative staff,
IIla deacons In charge ol devotions Choir No. 1 and Utter Board the Rev. R J. Hampton following will receive advisory services'
Mo. 1 will serve. The evening worship begins at C p.m. TIlt his installation U Shorter from an advisory board com
sermons will to delivered by the pastor. Prayer meeting will i president. posed ofbusipessmenandctvlc-
h. to Tuesday at 7:30 p.m., followed by Bible Study. Tto chuck X4'4, All proposals submitted by mlDded el'lOlll.
.t is located at 114 East Thirtieth Street. ti e president were unanimously President Hampton stated that
Sarl approved,with tile board giving he would "enact as vigorously
COL06SUU6 BAPTIST him a vote of confidence on tilt u possible" all the programs
Sunday School begins at 9 M a.m., with superintendent and new direction that the college to which the board bad agreed.
II.SI teachers In charge. The lesson will to renewed by tile superIntended. .11 tak1nc. He added that with the approval
The morning worship begins at 11 a.m., the etenlnc Proposals reviewed by the of tile trustee boardandbacking
JI'S. worship at 6 a.m. Rev R.J. Crawford, pastor will deliver both of the African Methodist Episcopal
sermoas. Cbolr No. 1 and Choir No. 2 and Usher Board No. I Members--of the ,Jacksaa.illu Urban League's Annual Dinner Downing;'annual dinner chairman, Mrs. Asa ,secretary Construction were: of a new boy's Church that Shorter'
.11[ will serve throughout the day. Tto Sunday School Department Committee are seen u they make plans for the League's fifth and Dr. HLH. Satterwhite, board chairman. Mr. John Dean 'dormitory (to begin Immediately College is on the verge of a
iE will celebrate its anniversary on February SS. Choir No. 1 Annual Dinner meeting February 20. Reading from left, are associate director of the Urban Coalition In Washington\ D.C., ). "progress explosion.'
will rehearse Tuesday at 6 p.m. and Choir No. t will rehearseat .. Cornelia Once, office manager; Clansel T. Brown, executive will be !the annual dinner speaker, at the George Washington. A 10-year building program
8 .:30 p.m. Friday. Prayer service win be told Tuesday at director; Lewis J. Carter program chairman; Dr. J.C., Hotel. under which Shorter Is to acquire COLLEGE PARK
7:JO 9 m. Tot church Is located at 1154 West ThirtyFirstStreet. additional lands for
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physical! expansion with classrooms First Baptist Church will have
Receiving Degrees League ;' construction of a usual services Sunday. Sunday
FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST gymnasium, girls and toys School begins at 10 a.m. with
Sunday School begins at ':.5 a,m.,with the superintendent, Mrs.Leaster dormitory; cafeteria; new the superintendent, James
Smith in charge. The morning service begins at 11:30: ;! NotesProject administration and teaching McCutcheon, in charge. At 11
a..m., with devotions led by Deacon Jose McPtorsoa and Deacon building; and faculty housing.The a.m. the morning devotlonswW
Winston Ware. The evening service begins at 4 p.m., with Rev. method of acquisition will be led by an appointee. Rev
Robinson preaching The weekly Prayer .meeting is Tuesday ASSIST/ACTION Is come under federal aid and Floyd Bryant win preach.
night.VARKK. f still seeking male participants Increased use.of federal grants At 6 p.m. the St. Peter Baptist
between the ages of II and 48, and loans. Church Choir will fellowship!
AIIS ZION high school graduates. ,.who want President Hampton's approach with tile First Baptist Church
Sunday School begins at 1:30 a.m., with Superintendent Willie to: of directing tilt college Choir at First Baptist. The
Johnson in charge. The lesson topic will to reviewed by the I.Improve skills test-taking emphasis toward tilt community public is invited The entire
pastor. The morning service begins at 11 a.m.,Ylth the stewardsIn / Sharpen and refresh memories need was given special approval church will accompany tile
charge. An appointee will deliver the morning message. on subjects which you may by the trustee board. The president -. pastor ,to the Good Shepherd
There will be no evening service. The church is located at 4 have become rusty on since. said that this new concept Baptist Church at I p.m. Mrs.
1321 West Ninth Street. Rev. A.J. Warren pastor. high school or college In developing community skills J. Baynes, reporter. Rev F.
EMANUEL BAPTIST 3.Test, skills and Interests would not be at the expense of, D.Davis is pastor.

On Tuesday tie teachers meeting and the Prayer .meeting will. which migh prove that they
be held at the usual hour with supervisors and officers la charge. can advance faster In another
Choir No. S will rehearse at 7 p.... on Wednesday Choir No. twill J line of work.
rehearse at I p.m. The Thursday noonday Prayer meetlnf Dont stay Idle, and don't stayIn
will be held at the church. Choir No. 1 will rehearse at I p.mOn a "dead-end" Jobl! GET
Saturday the Junior choir will rehearse at 4 p.m The male WHERE THE ACTION E NOW! =
chorus will meet at the home of Mrs. Clarence Bynum at 7:30 I Take advantage of the FREE
- p.m Sunday School begins at 9 30 a.m ,with Mrs. Mamie fields services offered by Project thziiaJol
and Deacon George Smith In charge. The lesspswW be reviewed I Iee ASSIST/ACTION. For more ll
by u appointee. Consecration takes place at 10:30: a.... TIle i.h Information, telephone
i 258-83 I or come in to see
morning worship begins at 11 a.m., with the deacons charge Q.k..e... '
a Leroy L. Bass area coordinator
Fellowship services will begin at 1:30 p.m. TIlt BTU meets at "
outstanding Jacksonville ministers received degrees December 25, at St. Thomas
from 6 to t Monday
5 p.m, with Deacon James Phillips In charge. The evening Baptist Church from Dr. Collier P. Clay, president of the Baptist Union Seminary in Birmingham -
through Friday. Project
worship begins at 6.30 p.m. Choir No I and the Junior choir, Ala. Dr. Clay stands at tilt far left. Next Is Rev. S.L. Badger, pastor of tilt ASSET/ACTION is located at
Usher Board No. 1 and the Junior board will serve. Miss Loretta of Doctor of Rev. W.
Emanuel Baptist Church who received an honorary degree Divinity. local Urban League Office
Collins and C.B. Fisher will be in charge, music. Choir No. 1 C. second from the right, pastor of St. Thomas, received tilt earned degree of Bachelor I your$29 Pearl Street. A NATIONAl.IfADIO/ TtUfHOHfCML
will serve In the fellowship service. of Theology and the honorary degree of Doctor of Divinity. At tilt far right is shown Rev W tHOWOH ,
R.L. Wilson, pastor of West Friendship Baptist\ Church,recipient of (Pit honorary degree 11Do
MACEDONIA BAPTIST of Doctor of Divinity. / WTM OSUIS
The Installation service for the pastor''.was a success..Tto
services will be held Sunday beginning with tilt Sunday Jr.
regular Re
School at 9:SO a.m. Tyrone Merchant and his staff of teachers Mrs. Albert Jackson Allen U. Musicians Pnstit ,. 'you ham Questions about"tfie "Eli-

will be in charge. The pastor or his appointees will charge. &c'AI: nl est crisis our;natlon has
Coteecratlon services will begin at 10.4U....,YltII tile pastor In Hosts AIY RobiisoiYnif Free Coicart: At lhStt"StepMe j 1""t-1""Will rIA'ddre.E. i /aced, the' facial antis? -' ever>
charge. Devotion will be conducted by the deacons. Music will e" alU sd Do .
.be furnished by Choirs No. 2 and No. 4, with James Kitchen and MiMbers .St. Stephens AME''Church will b ui)s t me n t. His 1Df1uentlal, you have suggestions you'd" likes,
Professor Wallace Mims at tilt Instruments. Usher Board No. present TIle Allen University instructiveness has manifest Grail Youths ,to make to 'the Black and the White-,
I will ser re. Deaconess Board No. 2 will meet after tilt morning Mrs. Albert Jackson,137 Magnolia Concert Choir and Tto Male Itself in many states,producing' leadership about how to solve It?
worship.! The BYPU hour will begin at 5:30p.: .., with Mrs. M.L. Street, will be hostessfor Octet and Soloist, under the, teachers, soloists and supervisors Rev. John D. Bright, Jr.,will Do you want to hear
consecration will the Amy Robinson Young John It is be the speaker at tile morningand what other
Polite la charge. The evening worship begin leadership of Professor yearly. highly
at 1.30 p.m.. Both major sermons will be delivered by the Women of St. Morlah AME, W. Hunter, January 26, 1969, known that the success of all evening services of the ordinary citizens ask people Jobn
...tor_TIle Christian Aid Society will meet Monday at 7p.m.: "Church Sunday, January 28, at at coo p.m., in the auditorium. of Allen University's musical, Grant Memorial AME Church. Lindsay and Stokely Carmichael and'
Prayer meeting and Bible Study will be Tuesday at 7:30 p.... 4pm.Mrs.. d St. Stephens Church at Fifth groups U due to his boundless The morning service begins at what sort of ,answers they
Choir No. 1 and Choir No. 3 will meet for rehearsal. Thursdayat Mary Nealey, president t, and Davis Streets.Rev.Johnson energetic efforts and interests 10:4S Lm., tilt eveningworship with? Make yourself come up.
has. asked that all membersattend towardperfection. at 6.4S p.m. heard and hear it
noon the Missionary Society wW conduct Prayer meeting. U. pastor and daily progress. all '
The monthly conference will be held at 1.45: p.m. Friday at: the meeting. Former TIle Concert Choir this season Rev Bright will assume his on NIGHT ,CALL the- new, nationwide
.I p m. Usher Board No. 2,will bold the regular monthly meeting. members should renew their has opened news avenues in the The Male Octet, Mr. Beater'spost duties as minister to the youth telephone call-in show
Tae church is located at 3333 Franklin Street. Mrs. Bessie memberships. Prospective area of public relations as well ; prized project, has Just of tile church
also invited to Usher Board No. 4 and the : P.M.To
members are returned 1230AM.:
Merchant is reporter U In music and music educa from its Northeastern, WRHCI1:30
attend.A tion. This choir has performedat To or. They performed In youth choir will serve throughout
GREATER SWEETFIELD BAPTIST concert will feature the six Annual Conferences In Washington, D.C.,Philadelphia, All are invited. a, Tkroid Frilly
Sunday School begins at ':30 a.m., with Superintendent McKlnnon appearance of M r.. Nealey, the Seventh Episcopal District, Pa., and New Tort City. Each Superintendent Bernard Reed Clll Cillwt 212-749-331!
in charge The morning service begins at 11 a... The president, Sunday,February It, made special appearances at membet of the Octet Qualifies will be In charge the Sunday :Toe. united Mthodlst, Chute
evening service begins at 5:30p.m.: Rtv.D.B.IIarIII. will deliver in tilt auditorium of Mt.Morlah schools and churches, as,always by having been enrolled in a Church School at ':30 a."'., Released cooperation with .
!the morning sermon. The pastor or an appointee will deliver the AME Church, Oak and Stone as part of the Thanksgiving voice class and Is a soloist in and will be assisted by youth National Council of Churches the
evening sermon.. AU choirs and all ushers are asked to serve In wall. Mrs. Nealey will to accompanied Festivities in South his own rights. This group is an officers and teachers. An areInvited National Catholic Office for
tilt moraing service. Prayer meeting Is Tuesday at 7.30 p.m. by VerdeU Jokes Carolina. instrument la personifying to attend. Dr. A. Joseph! Florida Council of Churches RadliMnd Televiswls
Church. Rev. Roddick I The
of Shiloh Baptist pastor. church
Their presentation, the highlight Pibllc Relations everywherethey
BOL8ETCMESunday J.W. Jones Is pastor.Edurd of the season, "The perform. Is located at M7 Clay Street. "r---" "fcdfc"j-> B"-l i

School begins at ':30 a.m., with Mrs. Birtha Griffin Waters Messiah", by George Handel
and teachers in charge: The morning worship begins at 11 a.m, was performed with great
with,the pastor la charge. The evening service begins at 5.30 enthusiasm, drawing a capacity
p.m. A tea wW to told at !the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Colleen Pnf' Speaks audience. .,, '
Cotoy, 1157 East Third, at 4 p.m., under the auspices of the John W. Hunter, professor and 1969 Daytona Continental 24 HR. Race
Missionary Board. Mrs: Eva M. Gilbert Is secretary.: Rev. D. At Sinpsei ME head of the music department,: FIATS Expected top speeds 190-200 MILES PER HOUR
A. McElvia: is pastor dedicates himself to tilt growth I! .
Dr. Robert Webster of the and betterment of Allen
TABERNACLE BAPTIST Department of Edward: Waters University and the Magic FIATS Speeds in J,9 6'-128 MPH 1911-1SSMPH
Sunday School begins at 9.30: a.m, with Superintendent luau; College will to tto morning ,
Solomon In charge. Mrs. Lillie P. Wortham win review the speaker at Simpson United
lesson. The morning service begins at 11 La. Rev. W.E. Young Methodist on Sunday January infer ColliftAlienees ., .You,'. a racey-street machine for yort.V .
will deliver the message. The BTU Is held every Sunday at .28, at 11 a.m.
I, I p.m. The W.E. Young and the Willing Workers Clubs will meetIn The evening service will tern
the homed Mr. and Mrs. Ike Brown, 126 Odessa Street, feature the Eugene Butler High
Sunday, at I:30 p.m. The adult education classes meet every School Chorus recital. \
Tuesday and Thursday at.7 p.m. TIll teachers meeting is TIlt public U Invited.Rev. I. Esfite Course
Wednesday at 6:43 p.m. Prayer meeting Is al 7.30 p.... All S. Robinson, pastor; Utlmer
youth,choirs rehear Wednesday afternoon at 5.JO,..a.KT Williams, clairma.SKU4 A course designed to prepare
prospective real estate salesmen
::WON AME, Sonthslde amt, for the examination
Morning worship begins at 11 L..., win Rev. J.C. Bannermaa administered by the ,Florida af
delivering tile message. Sunday School at .45a.m, with XX. PINS 1.Os.illil.S Real Estate Commission win

Brooks u superintendent.Ditriit Baptismal rites will be administered begin next week at the Florida
Junior at Jacksonville ; .'
at theSeccod Baptist ; Bertone-designed
E'I SC''I.I Print at (TJC). l .
I Church Tuesday evening
Instructor for the course Is :'
7 p.... David Whiddon former 1 real '. 1.969 Fiatl15j.:: ides <
I I NiMid Justice. SipirvlstrHEW be Rev la J.C.charge.Barns Following, pastor, will the estate broker with a 1oca1 rID. $219860 W

HEW YORK N.Y.-: The Rev. .**c Robert Campbell Chapman an alIo>be responsible for keepUfEpiscopal meeting will be told with the through the Community wfr'to '
Services Division of FJC. FIAT TRADE-INS
Detroit."CC contacts win black lncbuge.Otherweekly AMERICAN TRADE-INS
priest from groupshuto minister .
dttoNatiom] lid for Mil Interpret the activities will include the. taught on the Soomslde 'r AT p ]
Ceeacll of Churches' Director black revolution to tie largely regale services. Campus (Flagler AveaaeX Beginning BIMHRoadrter ....l295,
'tor Racial Justice it was an- 'white charctos.aoaaeed The teachers council will be January 28. the course WHOLESALE- : 'i 1.1966-912 2.65. Cabriolets!
By R.H. Edwla Espy.Tto minister has tooa eUlr. .Friday,.January 31. will meet from 7 to 10 each .' MlbekWane .
..aera1ltCrttaq ol tilt NCC. BU of me.Downtown ChareaHU .Tuesday evening. .64CADILhcCONr.:155O. S6 VOLVO 1800S ...:.. 2395M595 t Meek
appointment became ef.\ *. Minla II Detroit, ufectlve District hy..fs Registration for "Real Estate' a'"t".w.i' M 9 63
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Episcopal rector of Chard St. Matthew's la dowotom lpIrtaelta to provide be awed.rat air 12 noon and from 2 to S p.. .66DATSUH.....,..._-; M595 TAKE A DEMONSTRATION RIDE AND

Detroit for tile past tkr.e years, BUod by c it 1 s e x s lane District Laymen's Hours for evening registration 'CONVINCE YOURSELF
d !faa trea- hleh U dU for MBMIke Brotherhood, auxiliary of the are 6.30 to 9 p.m. January. 22, .ntin.ntallaci Informatien '
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Joirifllisa Center Pcpsi-Cola Company ,... Congress Disturbed When High

I Chooses Clarence Huter Head Stirs, Uiiqoe: ; Young Keynotes Dinner --- I Court Plans Powell "Airing"

; WASHINGTON The United lawsalt Planned by Powell
WASHINGTON Clarence H. He Is Senior Warden at st. Advertising Series ..t .. ,. : States Supreme Court hu given "lacks those elements of a live I
Hunter, Wora nttca Officer for Stephen and the Incarnation Pepsi-Cols Company recently { 'r.1 '. ; reinstated Adam Clay Powell case or controversy which are I
the U.s. Commission on Civil (Episcopal) Church In Wash. annoiaced that Its widely- '41" : r ""representative: of the ninety' needed to mate It in appropriate I
Rights since Jane. 1995. hu ington. He Is married to Mary acclaimed "People Who Pour Y w lint Congressional District, framework for considering the
h. appointed Associate Ransom Bunter and Is the lather B On" series will be extended the "go" sign on his case and delicate conitltutloaalISStttl" I I
Director of Tae Washington of t son, DcIIWl.11I4 three Into the 1969 advertising hu agreed to "air" the case
Journalism. Cuter and will daughter, Karen, Bt'fIr".1IId schedule The announcement u to his exclusion from Con Representative Powell Insists I
direct t program to recruit Kaihryn wu made by Haylor Fitxbugh. gress. that loss of pay Isstlllsnissue.
sad train Negroes to careers The program will seek out nun vice-president. Special Advisors say this may lead to The memorandun's rebuff wu I
In Journalism and women who have majored Markets for Pepsi-Cola Co. a head-on collision with that Powell should seek
The Ford'Foundation hu in such areas of study u poll- "S1 CI Its Inception In early Congress, where with some recourse through the United
awarded a $295.500 grist to ,tidal science history, IMS this series hu drawn r reticence the pros for States per se, in the United
!She Center tot the threeyearprocram economics, sociology sid nothing but praise,not only from Ir Powell's return, with fines and States Court of Claims.
He Washington El&Uab.III4 who have Indicated the Black community but from penalties, outbalanced the cons. Powell won the election on
Journalism Center Is aa I Independent as iatores In Journalism adrertlslng and civic leaders With dignified and November S.
,non-profit Institution. through work oa a college paper U well" llr Fltxliugh said a .with finality austerity curt If Powell should be successful
or discussions with their ad. Vice President Humphrey, In has decided to move the case in a 'case aglnst/ the Ualted
Before assuming direction of visers.Up a letter stated"We desperatelyneed to the general calendar where States,. he would stand the
press relation,for the Civil to to Negroes will be re- this kind of effort from!the more time can be taken for chance of recovering about
Rights Commission,Mr.Hunter cratted fromcollegeiandunlversUlei private sector I am especially Ku consideration and argument $55,000 In back pay for 1967
who it 43 years old, wu staff throighoat the pleased by the manner in which Congress seething under the and 1968.:
reporter specializing In eivU United States and appointed to you have linked your commercial new blow,let it be known through Fury broke low when the
rights for The Washington fellowships! at the Center for advertising with a public the House of Representatives, Court made the announcement.
Evening Star from January 1962 from four to sis months Each service message through that the question is now"moot" Some felt that be Is being
to June 1865, and a genera fellowship provides for a stipend People Who Pour It Out would Attorneys for Solon Powell pampered Some contended that
assignment reporter for the of at least 'I,000. hope that this coald beexpanded. asked that the High Court dismiss aa order to seat Powell would,
Gary (Indiana) Post-Tribune The Fellows in the Ford .", the charges The Court breach the authority of the other{
from Jebruarjr 1(50 to January Foundation financed program The ads reat,.e various ethnic agreed on November II to branches of government.
1962. will come to Washington to participate group members who have overcome further decide on the constitutionality Last year a federal grand juryinvsstlgatedchargegfor
Prior to that lime he lined in the regular seminar! innumerable handicaps to % of the case. Powell II
as an associate editor of Ebony program of The Washington gain Importantposltloosintheir 1.4rF hu been fined $29,000 and deprived long months, against the salon.
Magazine la Chicago, and a Journalism Center with leading ,.specU. professions. They I of seniority No indictment wu issued.
staff! reporter and burnt ma_ government officials! and in are shown In average workday The House claims that thee. * **.
anger for the Journal and Guide, special programs to help prepare situations and represent many J -
a weekly newspaper in Norfolk, them for work u reporters different occupations:
Virginia He also has worked and editors on newspapers and Insurance Law, Publishing _
u a reporter for The ,magazines and la radio and Sties Public Relations,' Edu
Carolinian, a weekly newspaper television sews departments cation. Computer: Education. A (
In Raleigh, North Carolina. throughout the United States." unique feature of the series Is -
A veteran the 05. Marine The Fellows will work closely I that Pepsi-Cola is mentioned Phon*
Corps, llr Hunter Is a graduated with young Journalists who have only once in the body copy and YOUR OWN HOM 354-6746
New York University wherehe had professional experience and
then only to IdentlT the advertisement -
majored in Journalism Be are brought to the Center from u one of a series.A illicit !
also attended Purdue! unlveraity throughout the country for nationwide search wu -
under the Na/al V-U fellowships under a program conducted for the eight people
Program during World War 0. now In Its third year.The featured in the ads. (ED Note: -- =_ } 3IEDROIM

He hu woo the Pall ODe Award Washington Journalism Four. In 196 and four In 1969). -- Ae low as t
of the Gary Newspaper Guild; Center way founded to 1965 by Alter: pnllmlnar.Uml, '
the Gold Scroll Award of the the late WII Kipllnger founder selected semlflnaUsts were I = Mo.MODS .
Violet (yearbook) at New York and publisher of The Kipllnger visited by a Pepsi field staff, plgF'I-0'Y !
University and a certificated Washington Letters and Chang consisting'of Joseph Coriiio N ott i
Merit of the Gary Urban tog Times llaguine director oi Program Develop- ATLANTA, Ca.Immediately prior to Joining other program participants on the dais for the, 1 ver Olvl.lO SALES OPPICE at
League. ment, Special Markets; and annual Equal Opportunity Day banquet, sponsored by the Atlanta Urban League, featured jet DIVISION a,2Oth8T. EXP.
For Ability Peter Reader Account Executive speaker Whitney Young, Jr, lIecU director of the National Urban league to shown visiting
Recognized for Pepsi at Its agency, with Mrs. Lyndon Wade; Lyndon Wade, executive: director of the Atlanta Urban League; and RAN PARK
Y, .r BBDO.Once accepted, shooting Char .". Adams senior vice president, The Coca-Cola Company,who introduced Young.
dates were arranged around ,
the finalists' working
schedule.The .
"People Who Pour It On"
series Is a logical extension
of Pepsi-Cola Company's pact
Involvement In, the Special

1 rS M f now wu Markets popular the '.area.first"Nature to The feature al"company hairdo the 'Ed ]Jones played jazz till 4 A. M. to get his B.A.j : ..

In Its advertlsments and wu \

", .;the recipient"integrated"ad of many awards for: Now his groove is managing 10 people at IBM., .

featuring three Little Leaguers
J :J2I on a Pepsi break. This last ad. .1
I will 'be,rui again. In 1969 u \ an n w Nd :use
1' .w tt....,fl* titVyeungsteri tot 5 9 Si H&A ,ettLran .coJUgeyvy 1 .9l ice a$tnj\ ',_ the first n on jb ladders;')t 4. *jj* *.'+o.pportupitlesforcolltgegradwtesatJ6ltd.-: '
tVo'C'; \ t basketball attire j I ,for Ed Jpnes.. His family helped, some. So Today Ed is engineering manWrite:; to Corporate Recruiting! Manager::'

.Two outstanding students, one from the midwest and the other" M..i... ( Gurd' did a 'scholarship:But it wasn't enough ager. He and the 10 systems engineers who "IBM Corporation, Dept.tAI, 1441*"
from New York City, are attending Harvard University as So Ed had to work-asa railroad crossing work for him service IBM customers, helpPeachtree St., N.E., Room 810, Atlanta,
winner of the 1968 National Distillers Achievement Scholarships guard and playing bass In a Jazz combo.. ing them get the most efficient use out of Georgia 30309.
for prom1llllr.Kecro youth. At the left, above Is Michael J.. SeeksNegroes he their '
theToomu A. Edison High School of After graduated from Howard University IBM computers. An Equal 1 Opportunity EmployerI' <
Guthrie a graduate of Fordham School wlthaB.A.In Music! Education/ ,Ed taught What Is the most gratifying thing about :
and right William F. Kunts, Preparatory ,
New Gary York; Guthrie tau athlete,a member: of the National Honor For MoMborshipWASHINGTON music for a year. Then he joined the Count his job "Watching people grow," he says.

Society. Knots is taking a pre-law course at Harvard. He Is a (NP1)) Basle band and played. bass for nine years. "Guiding them, helping them IB"M." .
member of the National Honor Society and a winner of s silver I 'along. Like I was helped by .
modal for scholastic excellence. He Is former athlete and wasa Shortly after the u.s. Army. A manager I In S yeah:. my managers. I can't imagine ., '
double Its t
made plans
reporter for the school paper and a school delegate to the ofBIack colonels the outgoing But the constant travel and one-night a more satisfying Job. ,:? .'..1. .
World Youth Forum. Re wu also a first place winner In the ..
school 'writing contest. The swards worth up to $8,000 each Johnson Administration. stands finally got to him.He heard that,IBM Write us today. I" \ :}; ,:, '..'\
launched a nationwide effort to for for ,I".;>,"
for four years of college were established by National to was looking college graduates,went t
Increase Negro representation Learn more about career :. '
provide Increased educational opportunity! promising Negroyouth. an interview and was hired in marketing as
These grants number seven and eight The National hu, tome Guard admWstratlonacted I'ci a systems engineer trainee 1962. It was i
'supported the Negro College Fond, the National ScholarshipService that
Students the Independent Schools wake of charges
and Fund for Negro ,
Talent Search Program the National Urban League and the Negroes are not equitably represented rr ,; l lF
to military leader t ta
NAACP. Photo by Doremus CompanyHirlon
.ship and Guard membership.
The action also came after a
I Htspitil AfeidiNiiTriiiii Wayne State University study '
team called the National Guard Ty3
Now Youth t haven for white draft dodgers
| For ,and urged that It be abolished ,t, 3y.
The goal Is to recruit enough
Twenty young members of equipment and faculty salaries Black Guardsmen over tilt next
minority groups in New York for the salaries for the laboratory five years to bring their membership -
Cltybeginthelrtralntnirecently technicians prOlf'IID.1be to about 12 per cent of
: 'to becom..a.dlc1 Urban Center coordinates and. Army National Guard and Air
laboratory technicians In a new encourages teaching, research- National Guard units to every
program established' by Harlem and service projects fcyColumbla state." As of December 1967,
Hospital with Columbia u I- to make the University's only 1.24 per cent of the Army
versity.The educational '.!forts and community National 'Guard and 0.11 percent b.
free cos-year program activities relevant to of the Air NaUonaltaardwu /
Is meant to encourage more urban minority needs Black. ': IY3
members minority groups to Upoa completion of the The administration, In Its final
consular careers in community program, the students will be' defense was to ask .for more
health services The program qualified laboratory technician than $7-mlllion to enable Guard :
based on experimental courses eligible for theNew York City units'to exceed their strength
begun In 1967, hu been newly licensing eiamlaattois ceilings In order to accept
named the Harlem Hospital required for .mpI fIDIDt ID clt1.. qualified Negro .officers and
Center School for Assistant hospitals. enlisted...D.,' -
Laboratory Technicians B Is r

supported by funds from Co-' .I....... ... ........ .. .. / .y,
lumbia's Urban CenterDr.
director. Tbeophllu of Pathology W. Roberts at Bar-, I rilMIT. IAVETI',1'11, Till' Tl In I'i :3' {

lem Hospital is the founder- '
director laboratory of the new tecbniclansbmebg program. i LOW, PRICE s')

to PllumtewdIi1 recruit young!Harlem of members.several Hospital !rDRUG STOlE 'NEEDS i

of the Harlem community Into tr ; 3
the healthfield. Students will i

be trained as technicians and .trade with Tour Neighborhood Drag Store. WZ WILLUEETsj ,'cc s sr. ,
aides In aaestheslology, pulmonary MAM PRICES ADT.Of TOOT LOCAL PAPERS. We deliver.*' .'
resuscitation, radiology U We also fill all Doctors' Prescription-. *
obstetrics, physical .
medicine and Mi-sing. These
programs win give the.students. ,
u opportunity to lean about i Dixie PharQlacylI h &
various health services, to '
determine their own Interestsand : ;
and t
qualifications topursue '
health and medical careers to: 1N2 IIMS IElI.'IT..nTLE.: 4 '
the tallest extent of their Y ? 1 t tI

... abilities.A grant.of_ 10,000- was .made I ... :.*.11I1,., .,It} '. .( ;

br Columbia's Urban Center : ,MT TNI IIIIT.. IITfl 'INmm ,
to'plan .me varleas training A sa
at Harlem : ., wu IT HI 'ii.f'l. :
..,programs Of that total; $11,000 has lulu 1 ., ...j.....; ...'!. -". ,! : Ir.

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Editor Congratulates Mademoiselle Awards Honor Charming
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1 26 Young Woman Activists

NEW YORK-For each of the put lyn, New York, ghetto She it"now service activist Currently with
24 years MADEMOHELLE magazine preparing fl'r' a career in news Planned Parenthood-World Pop
e ITM bit conferred it* Merit Awards on analysis ttthe Columbia Graduate ulation. I
a limited number of young womenin School of Journalism AU this and W7omleTyua-23winner of three
;, V their' 20f who were en the beauty, too? She hat alto just gold medals for track in summer
''fir wY threshold of "significant achieve been named National,- :College Olympic.
ment" The year, the editor decided Queen. Pamela
reevaluate the has been, designer of
to concept Catherine Jennany,28,
furniture in the .
form of animal tMj
behind the awards. working for the needy since she and people. MADEMOUILLS
.4 "In the put we tingled out fourto was 14. She has studied law and Editor in 1965., Guest
lobbied for updated welfare legislation ,
ten up and-coming headlinersIn But her' stage hat teen behind
the profession and arts for ; act up a round-the-clock doors the
prison ever co-
center in Los Angeles to combat
recognition. But now we are confronted founded (with actor Akila Coul-
with a generation that ii emergencies from broken plumbing lombis) the Theatre for the For
to suicide threats and to arrange
beyond categorizing. many '
gotten. This troupe profeseionale
for folow.up help from theproper
young women are to deeply invoiced produces and perform .
," said Betty Talbot Black., agencies. Catherine now
: plays for inmate end brings
works full time for OEO-
:. rI' well, MADEMOISELLE Editor-in- an 'audience Into the act, both onstage .
funded Adult
Neighborhood Patlclpatlon
Chief "that this year we have expanded and
in Lot Angeles,
our award format and are project
"And this is Just a sample," db $
citing 26 winners. ,peverI7'R1ca27.1t! in actress : 3
MADEMOISELLE'S Editor-in-Chief l It
Carolyn'Adams, for instance, a Kathy Knsnef-27: U S.; Olympic pointed out "The young are lookIng -
t 1 s 25-year-old dancer with the Paul equestrienne, licensed as the first, it their own lives and achievement '
t Taylor Company, wt deemed a lady Jockey. differently now They are
Taylor treuure ,l>y a critic. Her ,
Sondra 'Lotlte-2 star ot Tnt making contact and Impact beyond ,
"involvement" alto hat taken the Heart It a lonely Hunter.An un traditional areas, and often
form of teaching dance at therapyto known who won the Part( over',behind the headline We wantedto '
the handicapped, plus her current 2,000 other hopefuls.. call attention to thit! new in
participation in the Harlem .. volvement." Contrasting fabrics create a itunnlnf coat for the fashion
tall MC&'lIrr-20.r. delegate
r i community at a teacher and stall youngest coneclout rJrl-4 choice at the National Board of the Coat
the Education at the 1968 Democratic National The other MADEMOISELLE
member of Project
Convention. and Suit Industry ThU one look like a suit, has a any top>>
.Lr' Valerie Dickerton, 21, recently Award wmDenl'Jan. ) with low waistline and skirt effect of red/white and navy plaid
'won Sigma Delta Chi'e national Debbie M.yer-at' 16,' the winner Alexander actress playing with red bands at waistline and neckline.plaid beret completesthe
award.Last sum .f three gold medal for swimming .. the of black Jack Jefferson' '
Betsy Talbot Blackwoll, editor-ia-clilef of Mademoiselle Mifuine congratulates Valerie : r: ensemble.
Valerie '
the 1968
user lived and worked withan at Olympics., *white mltre.,1n Broadwa,*
Dlckai-son,' one jf 24 re..pteuti ot the 1368 Mademoiselle Awards recognizing achievement interracial group in a Brook: The Great 'Ait,)lope. Courtesy: National Board of the Coat A Suit Industry.
SbellaMurphy-21m of
and Inva'vement! in lnlprln,
areas ram p j arty proets] ti ballet.
Ad Hoc Committee investigating Patti CsppallU29; .president/
.pottible police brutality, during designer of a new sportswear company ;;Spring Fashions For Teenagers

EDGEIOJDYE. ( WOMENTALK Detroit Poor People's! Campaign.' Addenda.- MADEMOISELLE 1989 Spring for Juniors, teens and their younger sisters Is a
her "the Duly of Seventh
Laura Nyro-21 American pop Avenue tits season of variety In silhouette, detail and fabric, It also points
singer-composer with a distinct up the Importance of the pantsuit and the costumes Idea of
B STW sound. Kynng.Wha Chung-20, promto '_ multiple pieces Is Important as coat with matching dress, coatdress -
be of the
OPEN sums Joyce Carol Ottei-30, novelist. Winner of century's Leventritt great In. or Jumper with Jacket, pantsuit with vest and sometimesalso
Winner of MADEMOISELLE'S ternational Competition in 1967. a skirt. To these Important developments toe National Board
8 A.M. College Fiction Competition. Latest of the Coat and Suit Industry has rinD Its sanction or has been
5U P E'R' MA.RK BY ROSE HAWKINS ,I publication: Expeniive People Jacqueline du Pre-23: cellist of the Innovator.
TQs formidable talent Made her debutIn
I And now about that stove, London at age 16, in New Yorkat Hie silhouette has moved button closings Metal or pearl
ft.: cleaning need Dot be adrtlCfpry, Jane Mark Robblns-25, pity age 20. somewhat closer to the body, buttons or, combination fabric
Fanny Burney in the one-woman rimmed In metal call for attention.
a clean stove however, saves Is more gently shaped.Belts are
Epperson 27, biology '
.Off Broadway show Dear Nobody. Leather belts and combinations -
money, and of coarse, It cooks teacher who challenged the constitutionality more frequently seen, while
better and a "clean" stove Lynda Sinsy-25 founder and co.. of the Arkansas stat' seaming often Indicates a waist of metal and leather'
does not waste gas or electric partner Sinay-Longlno, Advertising ute that makes it a crime to teach line. These lines naturally also contribute Interesting de-
MAXWEll HOUSE ,consult! In Los Angeles Her agency Darwin's evolution theory.Louisa .I create wider b.m11Du-maDr tall-411 liked by the .fashion
Burners that and attracts almost one million dollars' definitely A-llne or width made conscious. -
sputter ovens Glitch- 25, winner ofMADEMOI.LLu's
wfcrth of billings from youth marketoriented Fabrics toy nave come Into
panels Inverted
INSTANT COFFEE that smoke are definite fuel 1965 College by or pleats.
waiters! You can save yourself Poetry Competition. Her first collection Capes and the loose silhouetteare prime fashion Interest and

a lot of cleaning" Just using i, ballerinain Firstborn, fat publishedby being revived. Pockets am variety. They're definitely
6 Oz. JAR medium heat when you cook on New York't City Center Jeffrey World. Important details,so are lapels, flatter In texture-crepes,flannels

the top burners andwhenboUlnc Ballet. Ann &Hsrt-21 one of the committed not conspicuous but nevertheless yarn dyed flat tweeds
or baking. The medium heat Sara Smhh-29, astronomer at the campaigners for Senator Eu- giving emphasis and va and menswear. materials a
prevents food from boiling over, Lockheed o1a Observatory andcivjftyxwertroflkt gpne McCarthy: I' : riety. Button really"play a coarse woolens prevail, but
splashing or JustmaUngaplalnnesil tact that solarnjfn JVne Krt'nur-W.jounuiut} ; and principal role ,1IIdappurdOlI on ,plenty of seasonless'wool and
'" can be pinpointed with fine"accuracy. AileD polyesters, silk and wools; and
; ; jf HjT \ first biographer Ginsberg. closings or
Sometime the spilling I of fo&1"II .,_ fv Allen Cmibfri in America (Ran marching down the front In cottons galore+plus leathersand I

unavoidable. When this Fran;D. Stein-26, community.,dom House) out this spring., single breasted or even side vinyls.

happens, use a dry cloth' or
paper towel to wipe it
setertaetM taws iii9E Immediately so It will got stain. :: ; : ; : : :

When the stove cools off,wash
the spot with a sudsy sponge or
1 r cloth. '

1 You will also find it to your

I "physical" advantage yon
pour off any grease while it Is Ld'

still warm, when yon finish
: using the broiler.
When cool, soak the pan and

I mil I WnKt5, .00 others Food racks In hot sudsy water Then
Ofdtr scrub with a stiff brush. Rinse

SAVE 20' the parts and wipe them dry.
It you follow some of the above
steps In keeping your stove JShi
I s'1 F clean, then the "weekly"
11s. is far from chore.
cleaning, a
CLOROX For weekly cleaning you will
POTATOES39! need a pan for hot sudsy water :;:}+t'i' J.varf+. ; '',!:J:{

a pan for rinse water;'a cloth

or sponge for washing, small
". : stiff brush, a pipe cleaner or
19' piece of wire; a small stiff
brush and ammonia and deter. ) 1Bfu v
Spreading old newspapers) on
".': ,15 FOOD ORDER) the floor before you begin is

FLOUR a big help. NTJTLEY QUARTERS (Limit 4 with'J5. or order :,
';i1: f ..McKENZIEFKOZEirFRESH. Let your stove cool. Removeall ,more ) "
: trays and shelves md racks. SHOP I '
[ 'j." GREENS Soak in a sink or washtub of OLEO 15'
DA1. -
', '.'. 8LBBAG49" ; hot sudsy water.Afterpartsare' 1-LICIT. : :
; :! : '>' ::COL removed, wash the. stove all ,
''I :. t over, drawers, Oven and
'" '.'J'' lOt1R. ", J MUSTAItDe. broiler: Again, it yon bare followed .. ,
;........, l' .. ...TURNIPS. the dally "short-cuts," 1-LT1'PKG. ANN PAGE FINE BROAD ,
I j4" ,.' ,.f. .': ." I- ,
P your oven and broiler should.
59 .., not be too greasy. NOODLES 3-T ;
,1. ; .S-100Z.PKG t
It! they of are ammouia, add three to a tablespoons bowl A, i;:

.F W. GRADE 'A's of: hot sudsy waUr. 'Place .In : :

cool oven, close the! door and .", "

,, let It"remain overnight This ,. BATHROOM TISSUE' (Limit 5 w/5. or'more order ..e'
will loosen the grease It will ; i ;
La,29t wipe off easily the following DELSEY
5 ,P"Ut
morning with a cloth or sponge 'PACKS'

.. dipped Into hot sudsy water' : :
., ., Removable stove doors should '. .
be washed m sink In !hot 1.
: solatloa.} To eleaa control "store that, OFF LABEL (jjnUt i frith $(or,more order' ,
knobs, switches and.handles'
SHOULDER 39 ... the pipe cleaner, to get( '

: ,, ,: around and la back,: '" cares ,about you! DASH
-. Pao.
,I. '; r If you ban an electric stove, .
: .
'. the units need not be washed, ,
r 'SRORTENIIIG. as spilled food barns right off. ,
laOYALLONC t tAIIt r Take oat the birDer rims and !

the reflectors or drip CIGI.Wash
,liCE; t LB:,BAG 35.CI JEWEL these) In hot sudsy water,.rinsein

hot water and dry. i
'OSAGEPEACHES, B mere is a deep well cooker,
remove the liner to wash tithe
7t'FLA. '
>;;."/> CAs | 3s'' Ls. CAN cover is Insulated, wipe it oft

; I. ; with a cloth wranc out ci sudsy
i water and drylf the cover is not !

<" 39fJMIT : 'I insulated, It can be. washed in
; '
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here's the "tiow" to meal! planning and creative cookery I

A Unique Delicac Taking Care of Business
sing ''
Hire A Maid In illy

forsalad ; : : T The Supermarket

Working wives, I large part of work and these services add'to the 1
our labor force, and busy homemakers -. cost of moat convenience foods. '
alike can buy "maid aerv However, these foods are some !
ice"at the checkout counter of any times cheaper than their fresh izj
supermarket in America. counterparta because they are more
Some salads are 10 food that Convenience foods, one of the compact to ship and store and havea ,
salad fanciers might ain, about miracles of the 20th century, are longer shelf life. Two examplesare
them:Odet could be written to the' being purchased more and more by concentrated orange juice and ._
crisp, green tossed variety that todays modem cooks. The ready. some cake mixes. + -- -_
been topped with a delicately flavored to-cook and varieties Belly Brownell, home economist e1
dressing of food have built-in maid service for the National Association of
The secrets out thert'i nomystery Foods are pre'washed, pre-peeled Food Chains, advises women who
to serving talad that art and packaged.If the lady in the can trade time for money tq take
fresh and crisp. A few simple rules V lcare J kitchen so desires she may use the 'advantage of convenience
followed by a wise cook rtsulti in TI.- convenience food just as the manufacturer Today, every woman l foods.that
I delectable salad intended without the she" hired a maid in her supermarket
According to Belly Brownell. addition of flavorings,seasonings or ,"she said,"and it's no wonder .
home economist for the National l spices. Convenience foods are a boonto "
Association of Food Chains, salad Many cooks prefer the convenience the busy woman who still likes
expertise begins with buymanship foods with their own brandof ,to be creative the kitchen*
She advises homemaker to select extras.The maid they've "hired"
Almost daily, new foods
of has, .(in effect,done .U'the work
a variety greens if a towed salad in the supermarket. Some are In Y d
is in .the offing The produce department .., while they add the creative touches, shelf staple packages,others in cans :
s I J
boasts leaf lettuce making each convenience food into .
u well M and still others in the frozen food ;
ai Bibb, the aristocrat of the let I very special dish Recipes on the ....\ k'/'.
tuce"clan. packages are how cases All have the work already ...._!Io:. .. ,
Head lettuce, now showing to
broken rather than cut, Romaine torn or L'L make each food a different variation taken out of them but all can benefit The next time yon serre part loin or pork rib chop, try staffing them with testy Orange Rice I
and spinach (yes, raw spinach)add' from the original from I personal touch Stuffing made from Minute Rice. The combination of rice and pork has always been a piece de
flavor as well as eye appeal to the Is there anyone who does not Ilk ice: cream?Mol Let the Jour Someone between the farm and resistance Traditionally, the pork chop, properly prepared can" attract the gourmet. And 'J
otherwise humdrum salad people in your home pull this. easy Chocolate Fudge Pudding let the supermarket has done all the ,surprisingly so, this table menu is easily produced.
Those who like carrots radishes Cream out of the freezer Top it off with your favorite topping r
and celery in their salads might remember Yon might eYeD try chopped null, Log Cabin Syrup, a muihmtUow -
that tomatoes are better sauce, etc. Fine for that television show.
alongside.sliced atop If they're the salad tossed or in served, their Courtesy Birds Eye Cool Whip Non-Dairy Whipped Topping SAV1,4r.p

moisture tends to make for a watery
salad Economize With StyleNeed
Betty Brownell suggests washing
the greenery,wrapping it loosely ina
linen towel or plastic tug and
storing it in the. refrigerator The ,-
French toss their greens in a barbet !
to be sure all moisture is off .
If you dont have a metal salad
basket(it makes lovely gift fora
salad lover), pat thb greens dry
The rules for salad dressing are SOD ORSS .
to toss the dressing with the greens
at the very last moment and to use
it sparingly Nothings worse thana
watery salad Ne, 1 T4CMTHRIFTY leas. Jar N..70a Cars
Have you ever noticed the salad MAID 1-os. canristitr DEEI THRIFTY MAIDEVAPORATED
dl'ClllinllCCtion of your supermarket' : soUTH APPLE
According to Betty Brownell,
th're'a.a dressing to please everyone HACK PEPPER A le Jell
.'Vinegar and oil to do-il-your. MILK pp yr SAUCE

self, bottled dressing, envelopes of. to stretch your food dollars? Then resolve to do it t a5 t eM gees.w... lava{_file.aM 1...sera rase .IM w seas pie a.w
dressing where you add liquid ingredients with style. Economizing on family meals need not mean plain,
,even low calorie favorites monotonous fare. Tuna Rice Casserole, for example, is an
are there for your trying easy-to-make, penny saving main dish to suit the fussiest
When tossing (and you might do appetite. This nutritious meal-in-one dish, needing only a salad
this lit the table with a flourish) accompaniment, can be baked in individual ramekins or In a i9A19Ai9A1Qilt.war
add u smell! amount of dressing and family style casserole. Special K cereal, slightly crushed,
tons gthtly Be sure your bowl U crisply tops the creamy rice,tuna and cheese layers
large enough for tossing room Add
another smidgeon of the dressing Tuna Rice Casserole
Each I leaf should be moist with 3 tablespoons regular ,., 2 cups cooked rice araeN" a.wn.ho..fwad All w...k 7liuwbr,; r.:at
dressingrbut. not wet,enough for margarine or!!utter' I cup(6.7 ox,/cantuna .alutlaeU -' .. ....... -
drowning.Ppss ./ *. ; 3' lablespdonirregnlaV A-""".Lq Jwa> drained arid nU'eIlA:: 11I1 ,. ,,- '. J11LIrt4.i I 'c.T""F'OOD" : '- aI'.O'i: ;C..LE'A'NSE.l'UI'} '_.(
small bowls of"salad condiments all-lhrpose flour 'I.' 'W' cup chOpped parsley.' ::..." 10'MtnC BEANS..:: : f ; ..
,* You might have chopped 2 cups milk' I cup KELLOGG'S .... HI -"' .C S.e'erA<. ) N.....1.Mesh.ear SH*MWtUli MOW ,? y '*-al
bacon,. chopped ,whites of hard. Vi teaspoon salt SPECIAL K* cereal MAID I. *
cooked! eggs or ,the sieved yolks, Vi teaspoon paprika I'.teaspoon regular margarine POllIi i S U ICKSeeeee.eee:10 I .... 10' MACARONI.... 10',
2 grated Cheddar cheese butter,melted YERNS ;
cups or ,
garlic croutons (make these or buy tMkllMlHMNI NS..n.mvas.sumwoseusaw/aids ,M tm*MHKMISI Kit

cheese.them already prepared) or grated]' To make cheese sauce melt the 3 tablespoons margarine in :....{ -- FACE SOAP. 10 SOUPS:........ 10?' GR. BEANS.... 10'MW.IM
Fruit salads, molded salads,'meat saucepan over low heat; stir in flour. ,Add milk gradually + ns wsia ausaw*..>CI..WPNOO.IN { ,'AMOTIW CMOM CIMM. '
saKidi all are anticipated by stirring until smooth Increase heat to medium and cook until S.6.S.: : '
PADS 10'MxortAptrr BOWLS 10'MWtnmmiuwviMMMtwiwut
salad lovers Be gentle with your bubbly'and thickened stirring constantly, Add salt, paprika'and SOUPS..e..1O ; ..
salads. They require a soft tender cheese,stirring until cheese is melted. 'r'.a a.._..r Sees '
touch Save your energy for puncbt In buttered individual ramekins or a I 1M quart casserole,
lag down homemade bread and go arrange layers of rice, tuna, parsley and cheese sauce, ending MATCHES...... 10 SOuPS.......... 10' SALTINES......, 10'MkltainOIMMAH
easy on the salads Cultivate the with sauce. Measure Special K, then crush to 54 cup;combine 4CMWONT ,5......alert sAta U<.|Meal a inpnlM_*....
tooth and you'II be rewarded as a, with the I teaspoon margarine Sprinkle'over tuna mixture : .
salad expert. Bake in hot oven ((425 F.) about 15 minute or until SPONGES...... 10 DOG FOOD.... 10 .TISUE..lorful
thoroughly heated.Serve immediately
You have them all singing for
their salads! 'Kellogg Company. Yield: 6 servings ftiSUPERBRA

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.: : x.49' Short Ribs... II.. 59' Rutabagas.10*

u. $ is......<*M ,rooUMM* .".......+i f*.*i***.nHM* Mk.Mb tatesiMimN .

ARROW Biscuits:.......10'' Steakettes $1.79 Radishes...... 10'
.PORK FRESH STEAKS LB. 5ft 'roL Jm'S Ita: : r RounfTsteaF r Sliced Ham... 89* Potatoes 20 s.$9'


COFFEELB.CAM Chuck Steak 69' Tarnow Pizza Lettuce..Z/49t

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Or. ,, i Cr. Pies 3/l. Grapes.4 $1.
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I Rockefeller Fund Gives Urban League $2,500 For Special Ghetto Program I

I Wfcftney YOIII E.J..slzes Million Dollar Salesman'. Former Soldier 'EDUCATIONAL

Yale Of Blacks As Workers .vY L 0'" ROUNDUP

Becones Star
responsible voice la decisions -
MEW YORK-Agnntof S2SO, major
000 hu beta presented the that affect it, and that WEAVER LEAVESWASHINGTON More Effective School and
Matxaal Urban Lug by tbe black people have the power -(NPQ-The other similar programs functioning -
Rockefeller Brothers Fund to to build decent, prosperous In Selling first Black man to gala a under tile Federal

lie ..ed:1II: furthering the communUie. President cabinet appointment Government's Title One School
League's action plans tor UN Sterling Tucker will direct MlUedge Mosby,a 47-year-old In U.s. history vacated the post .Aid Program were blasted as
ghettos of SI cities. the program a* bead of a new Negro, with practically no selling recently to become president disastrous failures by the

According to>> Laurence S. department, the national Field most experience: has executive swept of Bernard Banc College, 'National Review Magazine. In

Rockefeller,' chairman of the Serive Department. prestigious New York. Dr. Robert Weaver, a current article titled "Dead
suites the It months
Fond, "This Urban League Facet of the new program during past who was appointed by President End la American Education,"
program based oa tbe self-help include: Aa economic nil-help and produced more than one Lyndon B. Johnson as the first the magazine noted that 600,000
million dollars in sales.Mosby's .
principle: eu be important la program for the 15 predominately -{ Is much Secretary of the then newly- children participated in Head
helping| black people break out black counties for product a* created Department of Housing start for each of tbe past four
of toe straitjacket ot porerty southern Alabama: A ,Black a part of the changing American and Urban Development (HUD), years at a cost of about $300'
scene a* 1 Is the man himself.
and frustration." Chamber ot Commerce serving was replaced by deputy secretary million, annually, but said that'
Whitney M. Young, Jr., executive three cities la Indiana: Organisation He sells to training systems designed the- Robert C. Wood, a recess it and me other Title One Pr.
rapidly upgrade
director alibi League of 11 precinct AiIr appointee.>> PresidentelectRichard Jects have failed "to lift the
AId "The Urban League's development .corporation t: 4 basic arithmetic reading skills, writing, and M. Nixon appointee for skills of deprived pupils." 'The

drive to brine about basic in Boston' ghetto: Creation r 91rJ workers.oIentrrl.yelindustrial HUD is Michigan Governor Review issue also called for an

chance in our society,changes ot a "United Black Fond" to When be came to work for the George Romney, end to prejudice against ,vocational -

that will Improve the lire of solicit money from ghetto MIND (Methods of Intellectual education.
all American resident and the community BLAST "HEADSTART"NEW
will be helpedby
to 't Development) subsidiary of YORK (HP)- Project 'PROTESTERS CHALLENGEDSAN
this gift. We plan to Insure at large In Columbus support :
that .the black ghetto hu a economic development Support Cora Products ompany,Mosby )Headstart for ore-school FRANCBCO (NPDr-
had 20-
for Black public official who already completed a children, Higher Horlxons and S.l. Rayakawa, acting president

'relect 500U..r have won political control of a ...... year worked military briefly in career civilian, bad life of embattled San FranclsoStato
county Georgia: Financing of t for "Free MISOIS"GlvI. College, recently Dung what
a* comptroller HaryouActand
for resaleto ammounted to a challenge to
rehabilitated housing "
Of ........ had spent an unhappy period
Fire low-Income families in the Black Students Union, till
Omaha: Assistance for the as an insurance salesman. Prison Third World Liberation Front
The to MIND
opportunity Join
URBANA, ffl -(NPI)-Pro>>- Pittsburgh ghetto !in the Ullledge Mosby, left, Eastern Regional sales manager for MIND, toe, observes a group of filled the bill for Most on and other protesting groups
ject 500, a University of Illinois securing of adequate and secretarial trainees at Corn Products Company's world headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, several scores. From his?experience Terms In Ky. when he banned all rallies and,

experimental program for students responsive law enforcement>> N.J. Ifosby has cold more than $1 million! worth Instructional programs for KIND, Inc, with Haryou-Act, he restricted public gatherings
disadvantaged Decentralization of ghetto area a Corn Products subsidiary LOUISVILLE, Ky. (NPI) the school reopened recently'
had concluded there
was something -
families, faced what might be schools la Seattle and the in Fines have been Imposed upon He forbade "rallies, parades,

a vigorous Investigation by the ending of "at-large" electionsfor Southern Plans AlT Students Make Philly programs missing designed public to help officers of an organization be-ins, hootnanales, hoedowns
known as "'lbe InternationalFree and other public
nilnol Legislature, it ww disclosed city,councilman In Tampa sbivarees
disadvantaged people. ,
Fla. Give In To and Accepted Masons" events likely to disturb tile
recently. The project,
which baa brought''a total of This new grant, together with. Home School For The Poor thought, had what an idea which might The officers were given prison &t\II11ous'1D their reading and
provide was missing
5J8 disadvantaged student to earlier grant of $1,050,000 by Integration Program sentences and the organization'ordered reflection." The' BSO is demanding -
PHILADELPHIA Pa. On their namely a in whichemployers
of program
spend a portion day
The Ford Foundation and to cease operations a greater voice for
on a virtually treebasis $300, faculties
campus Racially segregated the corner of 39th Street and shorthand would train entry-
teaching, typing, in the State Kentucky by the students in the administration -
came under fire after 000 by the Rockefeller Foundation Black
and A"icllbaYl been discontinued
Lancaster Avenue ..lands"III business math level workers for better paying
Jefferson Circuit Court
disorder flared last September brings the League closeto at three different of the college.
unimpressive former family Jobs"In
and English to residents of
9 over room assignments by Ita. goal of two>> million forthe southernbasedmanufacturing chancery branch, second
dwelling that has become the the lew-income: area. addition, Ifosby had'con-
II Negro coed The disorder( ghetto programs. The sum' plants through conciliation symbol of self-help in the black 'Mrs Williams and her staff eluded that while selling St. Augustine
Suit filed the
resulted In an estimated $4,000, represent about a third of the agreements negotiated by the insurance wasn't exactly his was against organization -
community renovated and remodeled the
damage to>>. the Illinois MOD League's ,total fund campaigngoal u.s. Equal Employment Opportunity by the Prince Hall College ,Alumnus
for the For a long time the ALT State house and appropriately named cup of tea, some other kind Masons who charged the organization -
Bung: year.. threecommpaniesoperating University Alumni Chapter la it "The Old Home Place" because of selling .might be more toJlis operating .

officials of the Philadelphia haddlscussedwhattheir she said, "Many of our liking illegally that they were not Gives Scholarship,

them.Announcement. role, should>> be In these people will easily Identify with '"Getting started," says Masons and should be stopped Dr. Prezell R. Robinson, president -
that the "Changing times". When anALT its name" Mosby "was rougher than I Acting for the Prince Hall of Saint .Augustine's

When only the companies had agreed to end graduate, Mrs Mary: According to Mrs Williams, expected, I tramped up and down Masons was Attorney Amos T. College, announced the receipt
the segregation was made by Williams offered to donate the the Eastern seaboard and Into
reception to the free school Hall, Tulsa, Okla., executivesecretarytreasurer of $75,000 from the estate of
& ) purest will do: Donald L. Hollowell, director use of a house once owned by .has been overwhelming. the Southwest for over three Conference the late Dr. Edward Glrard
of the Commission's Atlanta her mother for free classes in When classes began on location .months and didn't make a sale.I of Grand Master, Bowden of Atlanta G. Dr. Bowden -.
VASEUN! (* PETROLEUM JElLY Regional Office that handled business, the idea was a natural. last September, only six had lots of interesting experiences Prince Hall Masons was a medical doctor la
CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 Today, U Aggie volunteer people showed but no success. Given
helps pr4rentdiaper up for prison were Atlanta, and a graduate of Saint
rash...from din picchanpoto | Instruction. But since then, the "The company stuck with me Thomas Fletcher, Floyd Augustine's College and was
diaper chnniro.:.with aeontlnabiu WHEN YOU ARE ILL rinks ve been swelling with and finally I sold MIND pro- Wayne, Ray Overstreet and for years until his death a
film provldInu each passing week. "We art grams to several important Omar Beard, who tile court. faithful alumnus benefactor..
a mainline nhicld Epccially even working with some 10- companies." In the months held bad continued to try and Mrs. Elizabeth Bowden,

formulated for You Seek The Beat Doctor. year-olds,' added Mrs. following Y06b,'.sales famine, operate as a Masonic body widow, states the money is to
complete purity. No wonder When Your Doctor Prescribes Williams. be signed up IBMZeroxCbaseManhattan despite a court order to cease be used for the purpose of establishing
I\I out of 10 mother Bank General
insist get Experienced Pharmacists, ., The sponsoring group calls and desist. and maintaining a'
on !genuine Foods J.C. andse"raI'
,\linef Petroleum\ Jelly. ,To Fill Prescriptions accord-1; '" L, ttself Jhe rea,aver Business\ *. Penney Tbe"organization was also scholarship fund to M known
{ 1 ,
1 To : CounciSdnwbig: j fciebfeaNWiftj |"flFMOilj ClOl 't fined and ordered\ to 'pay all as Glrard Bowdea'Scholarship '
You pny ii littli i .more than lag Tour. >octor' Drderi.i' the "Edward
made Ms sales>; at the lce '
'for other brands of petroleum We Use Only .:The Best Quality I .t ; L:, the project now is the.need..for He; In most| costs'of coWle 1t't1! art FU Id'I'J Tttelnefcrne..
level instances
?$ Jelly...but your Drugs '. ; r f.' additional funds. f" .presidential Attorney Rail, who 11 In harp' wilt be used to give 'scholar"
and few times dealt
jc, BLACKProprietor Mrs Williams a of a'committee to eradicate
baby I I. worth! conservatively ships to at least five students
estimates the amount of money directly with the heads of clandestine Masonry from the who are needy, but who are
the Council needs to really get corporations. Alibis customerswere country, said the organization high-ranking students. .,
off the round is $15,000. The whit*., of Prince: Hall Masons would President Robinson'said that
)Registered Pharmacists. Serve YouA Council has been "The fact that I am black file suit otherbodies
footing all the against many to his knowledge, this Is the
'.x bills so far, but with the makes a difference,but for tot illegally claiming to be largest gift ever received from
COMPLETE LINE OF- ,most part think it'* a positive
,. classes being entirely free,and legitimate Masons. alumnus.
T (< A r y the immediate need for all kinds difference
Cosmetics Rubber Goods Candles .'When I'm selling a MIND
y '> of, machinery and equipment Tunes For Two
MFY : : __ SundriesPRESCRIPTIONS money Is the only commodity program, I can project myself

that will keep the "Old Home as a formerly disadvantaged
CALLED FOR AND Place" in operation. person who>> grew up on a tenant

DELIVERED1307 Almost all of the volunteer farm In North Carolina My own

instructors have a business background,I think,proves disadvantaged -,

background: either administrative people can be
developed into.useful dynamic
or secretarial.The Council
III 353-8271 hopes (1 o>> turn out "Finished"graduates resources 1Y- Ww

,who>> will be able to I

; Lilly's Dritj ".Store assume business top-notch world.. Jobs in the If!!! DiscriminationIn/ i

:J\J.VI ''''' mm
I \ \ "We don't Just hope to release
people who. can answer the In Jobs

; : : .. :'. ". :7. :. telephone," Mrs. Williams EQUAL EMPLOYMENT
: T '1 ,, '. ;' ">:, said.' "Our people will be of OPPORTUNITY COMMISSION
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I NBA Coaches Rate Baylor, Robertson, Russell Tops In Their Positions I

.. Robertsoi's Svpporters. Feel

I Alcorn CoUee's Basketball Arthur Ash, Jr., Befhune-Coolcman CocaptainscF" 'T.ff, He Is Awoig Most Versatile I

Team 'Starts With Many Stars Advised By father : \ ; flJt.I' NEW YORK- The Los Angeles coaches believe be can shoot,
Is run score play-make
Lakers' Elgin Baylor pass, ,
LORMAN Miss (NPI) era Athletic Conference Big To Help Negroes the top forward in the NBA, and control the ball better than
Co-captain Willie Norwood end Keys will appear on many All- the Cincinnati Royals' Oscar anyone else "If he want to
Crater Julias Keys art leading :American lists ADELAIDE Australia-If the !: : Robertson the top guard, and snoot, he can score 49 pointsa
a star-filled basketball team Other stars on this great great tennis expert Arthur Ashe al the :Boston Celtics' Bill Russell game and he can get any shot
this MUOQ at Alcorn, team are spa rkplugs James listens to his father he will the top center according toe he wants at any time," says
Norwood, t'6 Ii" broktintotht; Kelly art Charles "Little turn down fabulous offers for a fUl of NBA coaches appearing one coach In salute. ,
starting line-up as a freshman Red" Watkins at guards tennis tour, professional, and In the current Issue of SPORT. Trailing Robertson and Westat
and ltd tilt Braves to threecoasetstlve Kelly possesses all the dedicate himself to working \t DCArs 'Magazine.Baylor laird are the Detroit
championship qualities It takes lobe an outstanding among the poor and the and Robertson were Pistons' Dave Bug, the Baltimore -
Willie led the Braves In scoring guard. Ills accurate destitute. 4 4 runaway picks at their Bullets' Earl Monroe and
AM rebounding two teasooa outside shooting and sure ball- Father Ashe has said, "Ton Dc4): ir3i.yl positions, with Elgin outpointing the Philadelphia 76ers' Bal I
Startling the ceuoo with a handling makes him one of the can build your castle too high. the Royals' Jerry Lucas and Greer, filling out the top five. I
career record or 1,414 points most excltiag and feared It'. nice to be rich and famous 4Q Oscar outpolllng the Lakers' Russell nipped Chamberlain' I
Willie In five games baa averaged players lathe Conference.Kelly but there is more to life than Jer.y West by nearly two-to-' for the top spot because of his '
t) points per game moving has been a main cog in the that. Our kids In the ghettos one margins. Russell barely defense his Intangibles as a i
his career total' to fourth in all powerful basketball machine at need a lot of help I would like edged the Lakers' Wilt Chamberlain team player and his ability to
timescoring behind fclchard Alcorn AUf College the last to see Arthur, who can be an and the San Franclso get up for the big game Chamberlaln e
Smith I.5Z7 (1)55); George three seasons wherein be has inspiration, do his part. I think Warriors' Nate Thurmond foe: lost out because. ,as one i
Bolloway 1,679 (1955)); Ode 11 scored 1,011 points. that Is what Arthur wants,too. the center slot, according to coach put It, "He ]lust doesn't )
Agnew 1.W4 (19M and Walter Charles Watkins a Junior The elder Ashe went to Austra- the SPORT Maine poll want it anymore. He already, J
Ned I BIZ (1965): Vernon Purbett guard broke into the starting lia after friends aided him Baylor considered to have has all records."Thurmond 1
1,50 (1955); Osborne five his freshman year and In financially In Richmond, where the greatest individual moves ranks third because: he isnt I
Jordoa 1,114 (195 ); Tommy two seasons made a name for he Is a parkpoUceman,to watch lathe NBA, earned the top spot as good as either Chamberlain 1
Davis, 1.011 ((1982) and. himself for shooting and ball his son lead the United States because: "he can score on a big or Russell la their phase of.the. J
tfames Kelly 1,011 currently control. Davis Cap Team against guy or little guy, and he's the game, though be is probably
playing Norwood was named Watkins is a challenger for AutnllllntbtChaUult'RoIIDd .I best offensive rebounder In the better than Russell offensively
.to the NAIL All-Araerlean the 1,000 points circle having which started the day league," agree the coaches and Chamberlain defensively.
team and AD. 'AC. scored 748 point as a lower after Christmas. Rated behind Baylor and Lucas Joining the triumvirate of Russell -
Julius Keys 6'9" center is classman Charles receivedthe Young Labs leaves the ArmyIn at forward were Willis Reed Chamberlain and ''!bur-
Alcorn's second: leading scorer good sportmans award In February. He has,therefore, Shown above are theco-captalnsatthe Bethune-CookmaaCoUege Wildcats defending champions the New York Knickerbockers, mond, as the top centers In the
and second leading rebounder. the Chicago Christmas Classic been sought after by pro or- of the Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Conference In the first game of the new year against now shifted center,John Hay' league are the San Diego Rock-
Key plays a vital role in the and was on the second: all SWA.C ganisations has been offered LeHoyne College last week Little AU-American Johnny Allen, left)6-8 center tossed in 29 lleek 'of Boston and Dave ets' Elvin Hayes and the Seattle
success of the Braves U the team last season a purse of $100,000 per year points and grabbed 19 rebounds Kelvin Jackson,an All-Conference forward from Plttsburab.PennsylanIa DeBusschere of the ICn1cts: ,Ued SuperSonics' Bob Rule, completing -
top scorer and reboundor In The man with the quick handsIs for five years. He would, however dumped In 28 po.\DIIIDd\ grabbed 11 rebounds, leading the Wildcat to 117-96 with the Atlanta Hawks' Bill SPORT Magazine'scoaches
many games a distinguished feature of be obliged to face other conference victory Allen a senior from Boynton Beach, Florida is currently being scoutedby Bridges for the fifth spot. ratings of the top stars ,
So Impressed were NAIL Samuel Sing, Junior guard or pros on one-night stands. teams from the National and American Basketball Association. In five games this season he Robertson wins the top guard in the NBA.
officials over his blocking forward-whatever Coach Hopkins Reminiscing, the older man has shot 1(0 points(or a 32 point average per game. Be holds the school's scoring record 2,246 simply because most ** **
shots, In the KA1A tournament needs at the moment.Sing's said, "I would never explain points Six-foot-one Jackson Is.described by Headcoach Jack IfcClalren as the finest defensiveball spot
Julius was named (o the NAIL, strong suit is defense. how 1 felt this afternoon when player be has coached. *"
Olympic Basketball trial team. With a collection! of players Arthur walked out on the court.It .
While there. Big Julius played like Slog Norwood. center and led NAIA team to ; Keye, Flowers, Mason, one's feelings at a time like '
the Olympic Trial champion and Wyatt, it's fun to watch that-just too bard Mr. Ashe SPORT MAGAZINE SHORTS: Considered in Move) In for ore little set rslO
ship the Braves in action, had been invited to sit in the

A sure bet tor all Southwest- VIP section: but chose rather, When Chicago Bears! rookie quarterback Virgil Carter.. Just $1,000,000 Deal DOW Nr

to sit with the American team getting the feel of things early in the season, according to an It gas said recently that tycoon
Colts-Gionts NFL ChawpioasfcipIMiyoffof Ashe's father was left with the article in SPORT Magazine fullback Ronnie Bull trledto assure' 'Ralph.C.Wilson o'Detroit has in
I family when tin. Ashe died. him that he'd get good blocking. mind offering huge money bait ,
Ever However, his present wife has "Don't worry, Vlrg I'll take care of you," promised Bull. to 0.J. Simpson. He wants f -
1958 Greatest been able to share the Joys of Carter was feeling better about things until punter Bobby Joe. Simpson on his Buffalo team. j3

NEW YORK The Colts- key II r If. In tnt colt win, ,the victories Green, who is also supposed to be protected by Bull removedhis If he is coached by George Allen,
Giants NFL championship disagrees with the choice. false teeth and smiled, saying "Yeah, don't won y,Vlrg, Wilson believes the Buffalos
off of 1958 was the greatest "Number one in my book," letX Go he'll take care of you-like he takes care of mel" can start ..lullelDd stop I 4 bedroom plant with 1, IK',1

football game ever played, says Unitas "is a game we eeeeo. losing 2 bathe oust garage '
according to the results of a played against San Francisco f kId He can use this doubleheadersetup Modem i hoeli, churches and_a complete :
poll of former' and present a couple of weeks earlier We too, to get the Buffalocity shopping{ center cle.e by.
college and professional were losing 27-7 at the half ar ace al oasTis Indiana coach John Pont, who once played tor tough Ohio State fathers to talk turkey about ESTATES
at Miami of Ohio tells of
when ,
they were
coaches players and sportswriters and came back to win 35-27, coach Woody Hayes a new stadium
appearing in the current to clinch the:Western title BRIM.FULL AND BOUNTIFUL his first varsity game in the current issue. of SPORT Maguine.96 7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 76.1685
kickoff the ball and ran
"I fumbled the opening picked up
Issue of SPORT Magazine. The second greatest game of Brim, or bream (depending for a touchdown" he says "'J'bt reason that I fumbled Witch This
NFL all according to the to be yards
The;.Green BayDallas time upon where you happen Hayes and the reason that I picked
coach Woody
championship games of 1968 SPORT poll was the 1967 Green wetting a line at the time) haven was that my was
and 1987 finished fourth and Bay-Dallas NFL championshipgame annoying habit that makes it up and went for a touchdown was that my coach was Woody Clown WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REPOSE

second respectively in the in which the Packers' them tops for fishermen .... Hayes," ... Credit Spot!'
particularly at, this! came kuyear. 2J ,51 13 No Waiting, ; Approved pn! ,
balloting and, the historic Bart Starr scored onaquarter-, A ''I
Notre.Dame,-Ohio State clash, back sneak with Just IS seconds The numerous member1 of"thU'panflarf Cowboy:: DOM ".".Perkiis 'Speaksw Iii" 34'', : 54 \ I.' '
of nbeaien in 1935 was third.: left to turn 17-14 deficit Into trtbTittra itUUt'1 "i "' $l 5ASD"OWOA' W;'N"\ "
The, Colts-Giants game received a 1117wID in sub-freezing posed toward breeding' themselves Out'Aiiist ,SegregationNEW 't- 110' ,44. ,._,.: .

more votes than the temperatures Fourth the poll out of exlitence inclination Mot ',65 CADILLAC 60 PEC; FLEEtWOODuimXMWmmwuK ;I1SPL: Y
combined the Packers' 34-27 championship only doe this YORK A the team stays In a hotel was '\ \ '
following seven games was wreak havoc with succeeding team policy ( .. .sl3IIf: ,
to become the solid choice win over Dallas In generation, It doll the fisherman of segregating white and black brought up, a member of the \ 'J '" CONpIT1oNlD. VINYL 1100' "WU'
of the, experts. The criteria 1966, in which Green Bay's little good when faced players at hotels was ended this Cowboy staff said to Perkins: ff CADllAC{O"r. OHT"9irnt'' $6195"
for the exceptional games, goal-line stand In the closing with a hungry horde of bait. season by the Dallas Cowboysat "Don, the only reason we've 68 EL DORADO .' '
according to the voting break- seconds preserved the victory. flinching dwarf/ the urging of fullback Don done this Is because this I* 21 13 15 I 67 OA rfl't' AcoRYwARANTvVILLE t. .MM
down, appeared to dictate thata The 1935 Notre Dame-Ohio With the UuegUls bedding Perkins. the way It'.always been done." M'OR1 .NTAIR' "ND'T10NI0'DILLAC EL ECT moow*
championship be at stake,thata State game, third in the SPORT and, the piunpklniceds prudent angler can d. "Ever since we've been here,' ""To me, It wasn't the way It's it4112Sometlmes '64 C "SEDAN- r. .. .. ... .. ...I158&
last-second rally be Involved, down was itweeen show. a good turn for both himself It's been whites with whites and always been done I had white He's Up.SoroetlmelHe's o i i< 1ViRA ',O.NJ?"1?,""..tlte, '. ',N.i3'9fI$
a pair brim, claim the ashing roommates in college," Perkins 68,BU1
and team effort rather than an 1 and the blacks with blacks, and If there down. Be Adds.Subtracts,; NEW AIR CONDITIONED [LC. WIMDOWt SWAY
oatItandIDIlDd1dIIII! performance of undefeated elevens tor the boards.authorities at Mercury'out- was an odd couple, there's one told the magulae. Be works It all around. CHEVROLET Akffl.T IMPALA SUPER SPT. .$119
predominate.In mythical national champion white in one room and on blackIn "ftowroot1tSlDdnewpla.rl 65 ".
the Colts-Giants came Baltimore ship. Underdog Notre Dame To netting exploit sunfish the clannish, thoroughly waysof another room," Perkins said will be Integrated for rooms" '6/1/ PONTIACLEMANSS! u 2.DOOR ,. $269$'
tied the score on a trailed, 1J-0, through three explore the shaUowi Seldom In an interview in the current Discussing other aspects: of !21 4) II i 111,'. r000 MflvpR TIOWED J AUTOMATIC FACTORY! 1RAN WAe pISyIo-.POWER RANTV.'' T.t"INJ( ,'
last-second field goal,thenwon periods, but rallied for an Ian are beds found In water over Issue of Look Magazine. race relations on the Cowboys, 67 'r BIRD \r ., .: .t,. '.' .$2893
the game In the first overtime victory scoring the winning eight to ten feet deep. These This year, when the question Perkins Aid: "On the football l'' bus COST PUT.
period in football history. touchdown with less than two beds may consist of a colony of of segregating! the players when CONTINUED ON PAGE 10SEAFOOD :COMING ATTRACTIONSIS 67 MCJTir\ COUGR .urn

Quarterback Johnny Unitas, a minutes remaining! In the game. several doleD nests yet eight they 63 rhEVlMPALA' SUPER SPORT ,$ 893
not take an area
may r *OO>,
circular -
feet square or bON1NEVILpLEMy $1293
Of Tragedy Since It's sometimes difficult CENTER 65 PONTIApC ", AI A" WORTH MUCH
Victim ,
to pinpoint them In larger M s. 0
bodies of water, drift slowly MAN'S DAYSNUMIERED 64 rORDGALAXIESOO ;. $7115M :\ -
f. while casting a worm or small 134 N MYRUE AVE CH El ''68 I'Don,*. HARDTOP, AUTOMATIC TRANWIMION THI II A

minnow methodically on each OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM!
hide At of the the first boats nibble path ease down Speckled Trout ...,.... 69 u>. We Take Deals Where Others Refuse!

the anchor end work the area, .' Cat Fish .................e 69 Lb. !'Man's Days are Numbered.! Credit Approved on Spot
with care. You ,ma7 load a Till mm LOCKER Drr. and Fortune Can Bt

stringer at that very for spot brim on Scallapt..?......,.,..Ib.Si.63 Fameui Southern Bell I.Health Tours When Yon Know Your R. S. EVANS
the Best beds ammunition Is worm Take plenty King Crab .... {Ib:$1.65 litaded Crab;: .*,... 30each Lucky Days. ,
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and fish them on the bottom. fllllflS ltw a.SI.5S
Barely is It possible to over- CocktailCrabmeat Lucky Colors, etc. 3rd & MAIN
u flail brim populations' even $200 Send $ .for your
when fishing see to the that beds.-. they The cad females Fingers ..........12 .1. Horoscope Guide for :.L.4-8381 ,OPEN 'TIL fl/W:\ P.M. .";t,4. :vI1

lay more than 80.000 eggs and OYSTERS JANUARY '
may spawn up to three timesIn > .' -
a season Since the male the Is 1,25 Pint Yt Pint 69' tt Pint 89 $1.50 Pint Fill in the blank 'below and "7'
responsible for guarding
nest be s the one most likely: lee $t.wisg'' stewing Frying ferFrylri| mall to ZODIAC, Post Office
Box 1171 Jacksonville, 'Fla.' relief
to get caught.
opturtd *H Sh.roe.t Moyprl Soothing for
So, do the fish a favor, urge LUG E F A'NCYLb. $1.5 0

the HUM Mercury of brim.folks.A platterful Catch OB a SHRIMP hr Frtsa CT MEDIUM ...... Lb.S1.25: : NAME 8TBSET.! '1 hard-working hands:

the table will convince you 'pATE Olt.RTRT.r..- ,. VASELINE* PETROLEUM JULY For hands to
.that you've .done a favor' fee rough, so chapped,'they actually hurt! Soother and lofUni.-
i provides a eontlnneve'
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( than watery creams and
lotion Get 'Vaieline'Petroleum
Jelly.You pay '
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Staaley L Mfflfra SI, sociology major< at Bethaae-Cooaieaa KENNkftVCLUB It' '
Cottegt, died recently after being found mconsrloas alongside JACKSONVILLE >. ,jI
to his
a Broward Covtnv highway. He was reportedly c.
BOB* a Poopano Beach after a social event. Tats Is the Seres'third ton McDuff N. off KAVfiR t SATURDAY MATINEES 1:30 .a
major tragedy to strike the campus !Is sevea months JAN.JIAI.
oaths ago Samuel sad Daniel Cooper twins, drowned while .. -

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P.AsE 11 SlIl UPEIS _! T'JDiY' !,iNAr 25, 'UU'

Improve 'Drive, fnii PiiJmr Integrated Jury Recording Artist


Relations' For tvi;" 'f'
"thetalks Listens IBSleyiBf
Mrs. Brigham said
CONNELL Safer Driving Mined to bog down and than .l .
he didn't com home for Airuaa 'l
TALLAHASSEE Taklof a Chrlstmu. I never gave imhope
pegs from the psychology text for him, though. We bad the An Integrated Jury began a' 1. .. ;,
books, the Florida Hichwar of all oar friends to bearing this week In the second ..'
Patrol today told drivers comfort all mid
howto u and they degree murder trial of Lee
7P'' ftY
Improve their "drlvei teletlons. he'd com bonw MOD, M w*
." Charles Bradley 13.white.who
Colonel H. N. Kirkman, Director lust waited. has been charged with the rifle
of the Department of TIle Army notified the family slaying of teenager Rudolph H.Hargett .
Public Safety said "PBychol- of Brig ham's survival. "I just 18, 1838 Brewster.
MVA&PICKUPBID' oslets have many good sugs"- thank God( she said "he's On April 9, 116', Bargett was
lions for Improving human rely alive, but I !bad the feeling be atrtck between the eyes by t
tions. We tell these could easily was all the time. Now we can single shot from a .22 caliber
be applied to.our driving to really have Christmas" rifle u he at cm a bicycle
help save lives! Another MO, Specialist 4 Gregory -
among a group Negro companions -
SALE! I Suggestions found in Psychology Woodrow serving with the outside a confectionery
texts such as "recognizing 82nd Airborne Division, is
on Old St. Augustine Road.
: "
the need. .of others "die- scheduled to go to Vietnam
playing a friendly manner" Be died of brain laceration
and ''belnlen.IU" to other" this month Assistant State Attorney t'
could be developed Into good Homes Prime Fire Target Bernard! Nachman produced
IMMEDIATE driving habits according to NEW YORK-Although /fires testimony showing that the shot
Kirkman. In public and iiiduttrial buildIngs was fired from a passing cu
DELIVERY "In essence the recommendation the headline carrying some six white youths.
of psychologists for improving frequently ire
faargett was on furlough after
human relations boll maker, fires in residences came
down to common courtesy, and nearly twice at much damage ai completing basic training in
and a courteous attitude In our fires in any other category of the Air Force.
1 driving will Improve our 'driver building, reporu the Insurance The incident occurred
'" the assassination of
relation: Kirkman concluded Information Institute. Dr.following Martin Luther King Jr.TestlmonJ' 'Jackie Edwards;'talented! guitarist and composer,has coma op
,. with the newest hit on records with an original\ composition"The :
was brought out that
Vamp", backed with arrangement of Kenny Wejls' "Let
a car !had passed about an hour
Me Love You", on Dana Record Label. On "Vamp", he is,
before the incident. A rock was
SPECIAL thrown from the''CU' toward 'supported by the Soul Makers. NPI Photo

the group of Negro teenagers. Cause for Alarm

.Testimony was also produced NEW YORK-Fire breaks Southern Plans
JACKSONVILLE to show that Bradley was riding
Ti : ; [ in a friend's car with several out somewhere in the United CONTINUED FROM PAGE t
1 State every IS seconds, the In
other white JOutblwbeulI'oupof
Negro boys threw a stone at entrance Information Institute the. cues
INTERVIEWSApply them on San Diego Road, under report: Ol the 2.396.550 fires "Ionr IlblJ ulatenclor
1 I recorded In 1966, 970.800 were racially segregated facilities
the expressway overpass, in and services which are a violation
denting the rear of the car buildings
of the law are Indicative
to arrange your personal interview Thursday,. Testimony' was also to be presented -
Friday or Saturday Cowboy Don Perkins 11 racial attitudes that are
1 January 30',31. or February 1 showing that Bradley reflected In a company's per
borrowed a .22 caliber rifle
sonnet It affects the
To Oil IMMEDIATE OPENINGS at from a friend.It was also said ,CONTINUED FROM PAGE 9 policy as
hiring and upgrading of
that Bradley, checking San field, we're always, in my minorities," HolloweU said.
Diego) Road found no one there. opinion, gotten along well and Complaints filed with the
FINAL ASSEMBLERSSTRUCTURESGENERAL and proceeded to. St. Augustine been close U a team. Except Commission had charged that
IMMEDIATE .Road. Further, testimony was when we art In Dallas and leave .the companies maintained

l aircraft in to pa shown that bradley suddenly .from the practice field we racially segregated rest rooms,
experience sheet
DELIVERY meta yean'' installation and shoved the barrel of the separate. Conditions In Dallas separate work records and time'
repair rifle before the' driver, and force this situation on the .card racks for white and black
of completed aircraft. Te perform
discharged a shot
employes and required Negro
players ,
: I aircraft modification, ond/or overhaul Bradley's defense attorney "I think the fact that they live., foremen to punch time clocks
mnaaaa* and repair. Must l have ability to read Lacy Milton Jr tried to get over here but we have to live while permitting white foremento

complex blueprints, sketches and technical testimony from Negroes that over oh the other side keepsthe keep their owa time records
orders./ they were armed with bottles players apart once you leave regardless Jobclassiflcation.
and threw them at the L car before the fleld Though Commission investigators -
HYDRAULIC" AND PLUMBING( INSTALLERS the shot was fired; Look also quoted quarterback confirmed the chargeson

Minimum two years"' aircraft experience (The Negroes.denied that., Don Meredith as saying: "On visits to the plants,company
Ininttallatien ef hydraulic' and the Cowboys I couldn't point officials contended that racial
69 CHEVROLET STEPSIDE'TON( I PICKUP plumbing equipment. Must have ability I to a single case of racial segregation was the accidental

to read plumbing charts and diagrams JFIR MEN ANioR'"!, friction but I'm not saying It result of other objectives such
hasn't existed. I've Just not as convenience efficiency and
i 86; document/ blueprint' or other authorized flF All AGES been aware of anything other simplified) record keeping systems -
I than the normal differencesyou :
find when 40 men Without conceding that they
1 FLIGHt I LINE MECHANICS (TABLETS for that tired, run, together. had committed violations, the
WITH ONLY '255 tOWN (CASH OR Journeyman 'level) knowledge. Application .)jdowa feeingtlatkeepsyoatrom; :;companies agreed to make

TRADE) AND PAYMENTS INCLUDE t tVfAR of shop theory'and practice for 'enjoying life.10ftTablets., Te visions necessary conform
INSIIRANCF.'TAXES ( AC. flight test'checkout end final Higjjjjer, ; ttJU; W Tablet) .to i'itle'Yll,' toeludtaf"clarification -
AND rim MODEI..CS 10704 vicing: FeuV yiori'Irl1ifgiy( or'cemnier.ciof $5OO'F1,00 deposit' on COQ's. Excellent pa/and fringe benefits of proceduresfor
70015 experience, (preferably on multi- EMPIRE PRODUCTS A SALES' for a high School gradual upgrading the low ranking employes
engine aircraft) 'Within Dept FS, 6937 1C. Broadway.Chicago not afraid of hard work.On-the most of whom were.
year'rtqulr.d.meTRICAL past I IlUnoll60626! 1itIA1si fob-training. Shift 'worJ2.5412 : Negroes.
: per hour. 'Applflnpenon

..... AND ELECTRONICS INSTALLERS at Personnel Office, St. Second Baptist
M IHtmil MtUII. I*"" "p.f I," "'"'VRlLlT.IEL-AIAIPIllad111""
...... .. ,Recta Co. between h.m.
kltr MtffMlte. ftI .Ii. ..,... INN, htiltr, IAI Imirtlrinrt"iT"l.Ll Paper
It I MM.. .MM,..HIII .">.&. *..../:r 2595 : :; !! =''.!::. M795) Minimum o/c two electrical year)) and experience electronic installing ., !! and Hecksher 3 p. Intersection Drive of, First In Seals

lim(.MUM M......,.....'.".....,.,. II,M 11111 II*.!-., IIII-IM,tif"(N'.IJrt."i wiring system end equipment. Mutt Road.. and Eastpo

1K.IIr.IN..Axh".IsI.III.NIlMmwd ,':' s2995. ,;:" :: _._.ww,.. '1945 have read complex blueprints Ml Illn. III. An Equal Opportunity EmployeHiircntj r Second Baptist Church Re,.

is vumwtiii'tl: win, |. IIIUI.K 111(111ux"Idj i :klllW) ', wiring charts, and technical FIR A 3, OR 4 J.C. Sams pastor was cited
recently by the volunteer Cornell
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lik. Oar I.I. "
::",'11,111..It..Itt.. .._.,. s1745 LN.Ir/,1 VII.Nbp. ,....... .:',: 2195 orders. .i AAA..A.AA. of the Tuberculosis and Respiratory

C"UalllT.IllIAIA',r II AIMILEN. AMEIIIAI. ,.... ...,Mir. ... lEIIIIMiRIME LL niCK Disease Association

w UMIPMhlr.NwMxqIhlNaal"pNNNNII" .... ++tllrll/1/1/2A//1.AVlN' '1095, ASSEMBLY INSTALLERS ON l URE { ....,.7Sc..Processes. of NortieastFlorldafor being
IS<*>l-fUUIIH Hill" *tl.. 'I MERCURY MD.n.n 1..r |>,... V.!. .,... Minimum two 'years' aircraft experience [ ....52st the largest contributor to the
... /.r/ i / in attaching and locating hydraulic 1968 Christmas Seal campaign
ttfit iimpi .;=. :.::.: M095M995
NNr"Itn,1.WNNgI t "'" electrical and mechanical units on In the category of churches and
/n.I. 289 .. Y.RI ULUII'I.x. ."...... .1Iy ......', aircraft, Must have ability to read blue .LEAIN lirliriifEiroK organizations,
IrFIAI./ILIrt1.raxNAN N4wItINn. ...h'".'. .... Solomon
/Nrlw"NININNM.NM.. /rI..ANp .. M445 prints sketches and technical orders CARVER PINESI! Council Chairman

"""I 1 11 INtvN/LIT LUPIN :.. Iollr ..MFPIIbMINIrr !" Prefer heavy hydraulics experience. J&IdDAIRE APPLIANCES ( NowA Jones congratulated A the
church's pastor total of$423
IS ran III. I *?IM, I hW ."'..........,-- 'I] 295 :>as raised.. *1H,MM ?_,' II J 095 IINIVIILITIMPILiI.' ,rhl IplNlq l STRUCTURES ASSEMBLERS KIN.:'HIM, ONFRA NEW CLASS STARTS

/r INIvttLt MALIII.I ,."., M M".It,..iHi Iriiiwiim h.I"I..NI.NI'1", ...._,. '845TRUCKSTRUCKSTRUCKS Minimum one'years' aircraft desirable structures 'TERM EACH MONDAY IRH. RUSE FIR RENT
assembly including :
... .., ....... experience
v.1 "' 2140 Edison Avenue,zbedrms.
:::; .I.I.I. }t 95' ability read blueprints, and to Jickseivilblirbar ,
llr. rm., kit.,bath,porch.Close
111101.LAAA 2N IIrMILdd M/IM. .1 INIVRell1 M IN I I/t '....'11..NM/I. drill and 'install close. tolerance. bolt INC. In, coo,. to bus. $IUO wk
*',7j'"AV"L /,,!"'?,''"' '2295IT /Ix1NNMNM MII ,.,., ..N/11'..,,....:. 2345 and fasteners, Cabala i Pn. S88-6472.,

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;..:Illy..,.::,=.+.\'"'....J1IL:!:!! ,*235' ., L/II.Ir.Ib.I.I I L ..,'-_.. 1895 CONTROLS CHECKOUT MECHANICS, ELECTRICAL, AND Pk. 711-3471. ,,630 PAVE.X55.9814 STREET; FRRR. APT. FIR LENT

II MMILIU. ,USIlt'<-4r..... IT INIVAOLET.4MV.p HYDRAULICS I Furnished apartment for rent.

IIx611IN/.1-.. : '+ |*i, ./.H MMN,":-*. *')1045M095 '::, ___ '1795 ,' Man led couple only. 353-9942.,

F II PMiIN....,Ii,...dv....... II,MI't, It.PO,,. experience Absolute minimum os a checkout three year mechainc* current in, TYPIST WANTED. I 228 Spearing St. 8 rm. apt.

"........".1.-.._ n.nwl/a--_ '1095 ene of the above disciplines Will be

.. required to apply complete knowledge Statlill Salary $$14 Par Ik. FIR RENT '

700% FINANCING AVAILABLE! in rigging or electrical or hydraulics to Furnished rooms tor rent. 1021
assigned aircraft. Interpret and work Mist Jackson St. Call after 5 p.m.
Typi 5J.IPM' sari Eisnt Ti
;: from charts, diagrams, functional. ,' 384-6294.
YOUR KIND OF procedures, schematics; blueprints, and **'"
,verbal, Instructions. knowledge JAXtYPtPA Fn'SILt'
24 MONTH WARRANTY Complete :
of shop'math, including angular ; BOX iwr; '
Brooklyn area; H Uie.8 rooms..
F I p AN+N measurement and must work to exacting JACKSdNVILLE, KLORIDA., 1021 Jackson St., Call after',
SALES HOURS ,, S p.m 384-6294., '

Monday Saturddy12tOO QUALIFIED APPLICANTS 1015 Jackson St.:
? room boose.
NOON Mil ,6:00, APII'y:NOW lor '
PLART' UTILITY IPERITIRS Call after 8 384-6294.
Requires; experience In Industrial Rerrtgeratlou'Systems
UCKSONVttLK ,eeeeeeee

MARIETTA, GEORGIA at. the intersection ef HOUSESII
'1-73 North at Highway 210,Travelin, Northor Requires., experience In either of the following areas: Range

EDWARD F South on 1-75; take the LOCKHEED Dobbins .

t AFB exit and came one-fourth mile to 'Industrial* electronicsElectromechanlc4l maintenance.

'the EMPLOYMENT OFFICE;; *General! Industrial mechanical repair-preferredAPPLY UNIT 'UN MIR! IR.

::1 If a personal interview i i.inconvenient at "SIE1'" PUN
'this time, write:to Lockheed-Georgia Employment IN PERSON

Office, 2363 Kingston Court, $.I., Fliriili. '' Stiti; Eiplifitit Jmiti FigYCAN

. e, ; CHEVROLETPh. equal Marietta I eppi, Georgia>9vnity employ 30060.;:.:,leckheod.*'' ", ran( ,.'", t t..l 3; ,East. i >
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