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:
March 1, 1969


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


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

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
Copyright Florida star. Permission granted to University of Florida to digitize and display this item for non-profit research and educational purposes. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions requires permission of the copyright holder.​
Resource Identifier:
002071719 ( ALEPH )
34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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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Smart I. Street, Jacksonville, t 1 a
Tuesday night was beld III Daft!

Coiaty Jail, without bond,
o charged with rape robbery and

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woman bad been gagged also. :

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surrendered to Sergeant A.J.
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side entrance door.Durham's.through an unlocked

strange actions had
been noted by a neighbor of the
victim. The neighbor called the * ** *'

victim who was, following the A'CiIrfll1si i OJ
information, gaits confused., I > Four Bullets
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happening and alerted Detective : -School StudentsLocked & In Minister's

,Sergeants J.L.. Saber and J.C. Arrest Mae II'WI .

Tomllmson.It was later revealed that II'S Death :f Out- : : Bock, Are Fatal

Durham had broken into a .. Again

nearby house,Jud taken a shotgun BAflTOW Apparently fast \, -. -,' _.'. '. ,.:- ,** Duval County police closed

\ a pair of pants and a pair action on the part of loal police By Eric 0.Stepson,, ,,," 'I, : 1'': in, Wednesday afternoon, on
of women's stockings before be three Jaxons suspectedof
knocked on the door of the rape BSAUMOIfT' :TerriThe Texas State Optical officers of which are shown above, along win led to the quick apprehensionof '<"v fttJ'1 ** 'Black 4- 41 sehOOI*w students if' *,**,\ the young Tuesday slaying of
Sidney Junior Wilson, SBrears *Occ young buetaew from.
victim. At. that time be was an aptometrrst'agervieor from Houston, nave had opportunity to publicly assist the Negroin nearby Prophet M.K, Hodges in front
old suspected in the .s..pleel/a Ue.tanhidter the
,armed.WJM&. his attempt to gala a better place In society The Rogers Foundation became a contributing Williams "Carolina of his confectionery on Kings
of Mrs.Cue thea'Beld j City of tile really
/ the victim tried to clow4he '.part of the '.I ctllldtbtouP'lSQprea'lII84 check_tor $1.OQO to texas,Southern.,, slaving I ." \ jRW"1According. _
door Durham Isttidtohave, University educators. Representing Tina State Optical werl Dr'.lobn U; WlUlams Dr. J.R.McRlU i,tu.NAACP:: of Otis. Williams* '. local. *ranftogfrofljll*'ri"'I" /V V to* .'\ 9 1 W'1i iIg 5., to" reports all threesmen
n of
forced an opening. end,Earl IIIel&oQ" public relations represeffltettvt and!,forward T The victim was forced into the ire shown Dr GrvlvUleSawyer. president: of the scHool,'Dri J<*il Ui'wllllamB,'optometrist was ; I A eeJUjM.ColS rand! ',addicts:
o and,charged with firstdegree ttt Oitfer ,BuslMa-! af : Amru.1 "
kitchen," robbed of her ring, for TSO la Houston;'Lanthon B. Clark, director of finance;and Dr.,J.R. McRut, supervisor night murder in the ., :,.," ,,\,,).. "I. toI ,\. I"I, Ityrtlertl \.. Those arrested by the police
watch, and 3600. She was for ,Texas State Optical ,the Houston area Rodney! Evans: Photo strangulation slaying of Mrs. ,: reported- k that n 'the'hgbi"*I and A"." 4" hid"beencut for the ,murder and robberyare
marched at Hall 22 Willie
upstairs Leon B.
shotgun ,
Williams, whose nude body was off and ttt several days there was'no heat la the building ,
point and raped In her bedroom, Johnson, 21 and Harold Johnson
found in her car near LakelandSunday They said el edttori'came and took away typewriters disk
according to police records. World Dar morning.Mrs.Williams' leavlng them :with "nothing' to .work with.:;Several teachers 16, Willie's brother
The Intruder allowed the Harold taken to
to answer the Woman J Jury Says body was wedged between the I walked off because checks they ,received (In,payment' for. their Medical was Center Dival
call and then tied neighbor'sphone her to \ Of Prater tRoy front and the rear seats of her 'laborlJ)1'o'.Uo'be worthless .: ,"? : '_ 'h" afternoon for treatment Wednesday of a
car A piece of clothesline was ,'-What make! it so "cold" is that some of these young peoplt!
the kitchen chair herat bullet wound In his which
gagging locfll churtNM found tied around her deck. art virtually strBdedsome them going hungry In the largest hip ,
the same time with a table Of officers theorise was Inflicted
Jones ,
According to Polk County ( ,1t1111 the nation They coma from poor families who woi k hard
,'napHn Sheriff Monroe Brannen, when and sacrifice to send their children to Jacksonville to get an'' during the attempted holdup.
Police officers converged on Much 1 will K. .nDowntown The Richmond Hotel 422
the discovery of the body was .IdiI at1C11. Some of them are attending school as dependents under
residence and found the historic Street the
the scene
and day for was
reported, there was no tie tile Social Security program :: : : .k. ( sfl&jj
rapist preparing to leave. He HoldupBanditry Church Women United of Jacksonville between racial matters and the ? The counts,la tannest and iBhd.Key'Punck' iostbetweea, of the arrests. Two men were
rushing from room to room cornered and taken to at
was According to lire J Jill
murder. This was later verified 1400.00 and $1,200.00 and they are required to pay extra,for. :
and hid behind a door officers about 10.30 .
Thomas H. Gilbert, chairman by the arrest and ar.afgamentof housing *,'%ir : *f ""J "* y. a m Wednesday.
Connell and Ruff discovered robbery shootings called for help.! Three white of the event In the city, the Wilson. This Is not t the first time atudent enrolled at Carver Business Willie Johnson was caugb'

unlocked entrance. and sentenclngs though con men: Bobby J, Sanders, John program this year will farther Deputy Ed Taylor of Polk College have had d1ttIc_;During tilt latter part of 1968 scores,. earlier and placed in Jail.
The officers and the alleged siderably decreased number R. Edwards and WalterS. "close the national v Unofficially It was said that
gaps, ,
County Is credited with discovering of students were evicted from t motel where they were being i
rapist faced each other. They Mowing the publicity given Buckles, were arrested and racial, economic,and religious, the body. He was on housed ta lieuall dormitory, A dilapidated wooden building, narcotics were confiscated in I
found, also the missing watch, :"itakeouts", are still plaguing. were charged with assault to that divide us" a routine patrol In the area \where the mate students were hawed was finally abandoned their rooms at the hotel According
ring and money, u well u a Jacksonville. murder. Dixon's: wound was.not World Day of Prayer will be and noticed a car parked along after complaints that It posed a disgraceful situation..* '- Lt to hotel employee, the
watch and money taken during However, local Judges continue ,serious.: observed on that day- Providence Road. Deputy .' Carver which was at one time known as the American Business suspected men rented separate I
me burglary at the nearby hone to mete out stiff sentences. Sammie L. Powell, Sr, Local services will begin at Taylor radioed his office for College has gene through a series of ups and downs and several rooms there some 10 days ago.
LeRoy Jones, 31, 626 West charged with literally beatingthe 10:M a.m. All women are Invited identification.Mrs. 'changesln management; Along win mat there have been They did not stay there every

NAACP President Beaver Street, was found guilty brains outof his wire's head, to attend Tin celebration Williams' husband Otis :persistent reports that students have not been nttlngthe services\ day.
of robbery by an all-woman faces prosecution on a first- significant u a "barrier t From the rooms officers con
was in Cocoa at the time of W type of training they were told they,would receive when they
Jury on February v IS. Jones, degree murder indictment in breaker", inasmuch u Lent fiscated and moved three large
Will the gruesome! slaying. were recruited..\ Ml; 1.1': .
Speak Here from testimony given at the trial her death. Last Thursday comes at a different time for Wilson was arrested at the ,As It stands now. it is difficult" to tell wfco(Is" In charge of tilt cardboard boxes, as evidence.A .
by Assistant State Attorney Duval County Grand Jury returned orthodox communions. sawed-off shotgun,' powder
Hall of Justice Bartow,where operation The Carver building was reportedly owned one ,
Oa March 21 Bernard Nachman, robbed' \ the indictment: Circuit Offerings collected on that day he appeared voluntary by Sam Silver,who had been Involved jut several. real estate andconstruction suspected of being heroin, and
Harris Lunar Thompson' 58, .Court Gerald B.Thoflat ordered will be used for significant questioning ": dealt Be could'not be located.: ; r", ', equipment for administeringdrugs

as he walked along LauraStreet Powell to be held- without bond projects. Women will trained!, '',. .lIrTreI:1llIafta.w1: u:> had beau fancU.u'the director.i were taken.

Klvle Kaplan, national last July 5 at about 11 p.m. for trial. to. help change attitudes In College-Going reported to be in Baptist Hospital ail ':*, .x %_" According toDetectlve Captain r ,
president of the National Association Jones' loot amounted to $1.70 Powell has been charged with churches where white racism |r Meantime,'scores of ypjag JHacli people Who have paid their,. RBWhittingtonathorougtn ,
for the Advancement ,in cash and Thompson's pay beating his wife to death with prevails. The release continues Mother Plans Initial money to Carter;,BWaesa College are wall tgUu streets investigation being made Into
of Colored People, will be guest check. the butt of a rifle,after striking ."The tensions of the ,with no school to go tdT dd 't know\ when to turD to- 'Wpr",' latest activities of the three
speaker for the Jacksonville Criminal Court Judge A. Lloyd her many times with a broom- long conflict in Vietnam !have School Career ft""" MyjA,A, ,ijfr,. ''''"'''W :''""* /: \ suspected men, particularly u
Branch Friday March 21,atthe Layton sentenced Jones to 15 stick. Toe violent quarrel, disclosed both the need and the to connection with other rob-

Heart of JacEsonvltie Hotel yeirs in prison following conviction started after Powell's being opportunity for an ecumenical PHILADELPHIA A white TrailerPark Lifts Ban beries.
The stated time of the meeting by the Jury. served with dtvorcepapers,4. ministry of interrellglous reconciliation Episcopal clergyman William Some money, cash, was also
Lucions Brown of the parently drove Powell Sr. to in Vietnam and confiscated
Is 1.00: p.m. employe Shepherd, 39, and a Negro
The Honor Guard consists of Duval Medical Center, was commit the act for which he eventually; la the other lands of college woman, Mrs. Delores Prophet Hodges was attacked
persons who have subscribedto stabbed last Friday night when faces proscutlon. the Indochlnese peninsula." Jones, 40, were married last at the door of his store onKltffs
the Life Membership Program he refused to give hi.* wallet to Mrs. Powell was murdered Experiences of women from week In FalrhlU Presbyterian On Black Customers Road at about 3:30 t:

: of a local branch.: These. a bandit, according to police' after her return from Florida Africa have led tile women to .Church hero. Tuesday. Witnesses testified
persons to agree to pay$500.00to The 61-year-old man underwent Junior College where she attended choose u a theme "Growing They were not united in matrimony that they saw two young men
support the NAACP. This two operations at t the Center and classes. Together In Christ", Women in the Episcopal Church MOBILE Managers of a Official 'Scores Racial' run away from the building
war in the Intensive care unit. Mrs Powell's skillwas trailer part here, charged with one carrying a brown paper
amount is to be paid In any from Sierra Leone, Ghana, because of laws on divorce.
proportions over the following According to Brown, !he was smashed. The Incident occurred Nigeria South Africa the Mrs. Jones, mother of nine, is violating_ federal 10 years at which time a special 'walking on the sidewalk near his on February 12, 1969, at their Congo, Zambia, and from Kenya a divorcee. One law la that a IBWB, have agreed HI open their Street. The men sped away after
plaque will be presented to the borne last Friday when a young ,homo at 4103 Lockhart Drive.Expediter have beea arced to serve. TIlt year must elapse before t the facilities to Negroes. John an otflclalalVrbtDCoa11t1oa racial getting into the vehicle Tbe
club Negro, wearing dark pants and lines ID response to a suit filed by emphasised minister-shopkeeper bad fallen ::. u
Individual or concludingbksonyWs moving of tile African divorcee can marry a second
a white shirt, approached him t tile NAACP Legal Defense and separatedness U one of the to his knees and was trying to w
payments. spiritual, "Knm Ba Ta" will time. Mrs Shepherd receivedher
Life Membership according to Detective Sergeant j. Educational Fund, be. (LDF) major problems of American open the door.. Burns on his
resound throughout the service.Nomen decree on the grounds of
cities in a powerful address
Is the JC. TomUnson. The two scat-1 tile managers of Village House coat pointed to close-fired
Program beat in 30 countries will desertion on February 14,1969.The .
before than 500
in Florida and one of the best fled, the bandit stabbed Brown, ;' ; |pin In a common plea to overtime former minister resigned. Mobile tome Coart AId wotald at the more annual meeting persons of the bullets as the death dealers.
stop Us practice of Weighing about 200
la the Southeastern V*. and fled. .. prejudices. Mrs. Shepherd worshipped at denying Jacksonville Urban League last pounds
The Gateway City branch received Ai incident reminiscent of a Offering will be used to help St Barnabas Episcopal Church, Negroes rental space for trailer Thursday night. Prophet Hodges was known u
tI homes the founder of the House of
Award from the shooting of last year has been educate
an women In 13 Christian where Shepherd was a vicarat
Dean of the rebellious
: ft' >, LDF attorneys sued the enterprise spoke Israel Temple of Faith la
HAACP Office recorded. Willie Andrew Din*, -
national ( ) daring colleges la Africa, Asia and one time.Shepherd .
spirit now a spirit resulting
Us 1MI contention in Atlantic. S3, said to be a deserter from Latin America. Other snort said he had discussed on behalf of Mr. and Mrs. from the mistreatment Jacksonville and of chucks
Warren Dillon who after of like nature In Louisville
City, N J. the United state. Army was will be given various projects. the matter with the bishop of of Black people. This' balled. aa&Indianapolis.
shot a a Canal Street bar: last i seeking spec for their trailer The store bon
C.B. Melatoshla local Local churches participating the diocese. Robert R.
Dr Bishop
he said, to distrust on the part
I :
week. Police were alerted IIId.I will be la the park, were told that u the "Yoke of Peace".
Chairman.Mrs. Springfield Methodist Dewltt.
Lift Membership
of Blacks as to the alms of
upon arriving at the bar, found t ; SIS East Sixth Bethel Negroes were not accom H
Iran tartly Is chairman : ; New Mrs Shepherd attends Temple the white tau ,
of this JIU"'. ,"Honor Guard Dizou standing with a wound la L :4TWIMASJACMLm' J AMI; Fountain Chapel AMEBethel :; University on a fall:holarahlp modated.' the LDF The noted official outlined the
Though was once
:Dinner"!. She is ably assisted byM. his back. He said he bad been Baptist, 1051 JIopD, u and plant to teach social studies of the NatlonalAssociatton alms of' Urbaa Coalition, ,
Mesdames H. .shot by t' rifle fired from apseing weD aa the A.L. Lewis TWCA In a .Junior school after
Wlggs Toney.U ,Mr., Thomas Jackson, shown + high for the Advancement Colored pointing to It U a medium for
la whichwere three
Avery R. Donald L. Lee car be local receiving degree December.: pulling together separated."
white lUlLWUle above, trill amongtbe PUIS IEAILINEAH People (NAACP) It DOW la a
C. Wilson, J. Roberts and lit, Jaxons who will entertain the Seven of her nine children separate organisation, eves'dough oratup la the community, TIll
Dlxoa was being should la
news be theFlorida
McCkia. C. Leawood Lee Isbrackpresldnt.hmmyD were at the ceremonies George Incltdes
v1s, questioned a car occupied by convention Jehovah's Witness Star Office by Tuesday at Ip... Jones, Negrp and friend of the the Initials are retained sedatives organisation from repre,
from February to and Including la its title. many
three white men came to the If should .
entertainer isRational you mall your news, '
jr., the famed March S., Mr. Jackson has gvoam, was lint man. Mrs activity..
Lift ,Membership, parking lot. Officer R.W Rey- should be mailed Monday M! Catherine Ztu gurty, white, was There 4S cities with
are now
head food
served expediter
.doa at tile time that KMILEKE IS drift
CIa lr..L oaths scene tor l' fear., TtMday.It will reach cv office by matron of honor. local coalition grouts.


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,Published by the Florida Star Publishing Company By Whftiey YOIII, Jr.,

MEMBER The dunging South 1

Only a few years ago, In the
town Sputa,Georgia the only
NEGRO P TlONAL Black people you'd see hr the 'f, !' '"I ,
there ; '
county courthouse were ;
'to pay taxet. The tarp square ;,4' 4" '

ERIC 0. SINPSOL..MANACINI EDITOR to front of the courthouse bad .
benches where men tat
,talked'-but Black people dared ,,
HILDA VOOTEN..CIRCOLATION.. MANAfiER tit only on a few benches re- r

,.."ed for "colored".
f /4t iiVI/i/ Xo Negro In nil right mind t
would dare try to register at
'If / 1 the hotel Few dared to register
to vote or to run for offlct.!
There were DO Black policemen '
Just a typical Southern town with a rigid rate system that kept
Neeroes/on their place."
,' All tnattas changed. A few weeks agoIwenttoSparta;
registered at the hotel; was served by white waiters and bellhops
'I crossed the town square, where whites and Blacks wire seated
( .indiscriminately!continued past the Negro policemen and entered

the courthouse. Inside, I met with the county commissioners.. ..
f :(two of the three are Negro) and with apredomlnantyvUcYudlence i,
'HARVARD of voters and cltlsens. "
UNIVERSITY RECOMMENDED STA Don't let anyone tell you that the South hasn't *' I

LISHHENT CPA DEGREE GRANTING PROGRAM It may have a long way to go,and I am aware changed Jdentt.of .

: : AMERICAN NEGRO STUDY. racism and brutality, and even starvation conditions h somfplaces. :.
But hard as old patterns die, die they must, aid a aew ,&

FAR REACHING INFLUENCE AMERICAN Pm hardly suggesting that Sparta, Hancock County, Georgia
Is a paradise for the Black man.It's not. The hard grip of econo-j
HIGHER EDUCATION: WHITNKY 'IOtINfJ mic deprivation and prejudice takes its tolL But great changes

tave already taken place, and they are the beginnings of still.
'S NECESSARY FOR ALL TO KNOW BlACK HISTORY .greater changes to come.
I The .new atmosphere In many parts of the South is due to the.

..iiiiii .i.uuIMi. ai civil rights legislation of recent years. Too many people these
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Et, a...a.r....r.............> days tend to belittle the accomplishments of the recent past that

to many fought for and even died for. But the Civil Rights Act
YOUR WEEKLY of 1964, and perhaps most especially, the Voting Rights Act of,
i 198S, are primarily responsible for the hope for a new South.
Another :actor in bringing change to the region Is that small
I, band of brave white Southerners who dared to challenge the,

I racism of the political demagogues and plantation. owners Ralph
HOROSCOPE i McGlll, one of the most outstanding of these men died last'
GUIDE month, but he left his mark on the South. '
A newsman for almost 40 years, he challenged the Klan, the ,
; bigots, and the haters Be befriended the Negro a time when it
was dangerous to do so.He was denounced and threatened, but, as
By PABLO The ASTROLOGER he himself said, "1 never struck my flag." ,
This great, compassionate courageously fought the narrow
minded segregation that strangled his beloved South and kept it
: from the decency and prosperity be wanted for it. As publisher,
WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKYDAYS : of the Atlanta Constitution,he used the press to help make Atlanta
the Soutb's leader in race relations and in economic development.
And Black people are vindicating the faith and trust placed in
: FOR ,I them by men like Ralph McGill. Some white people in Hancock
County, for example, feared Black voting.: They thought that if
Negroes dominated their county politically (three-fourths of the
BUSINESS-LOYE-TRAVEL : :population is Black) they would be vindictive rulers, wreaking'
\ i vengeance for the years of white terror and oppression.
................................................._-..--. That hasn't happened. The Black political leadership Is seeking
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to work in harmony with white leaders to
get the country back on
: \ l I CilCEl 1 : ; ..,' r, ',It*,'.feet tcOllQmlc y. And It hasn't happened in CU.eland or,
; / 4' tAPlIUII1 !l1/'lf/", .,Gary or,other towns where Black mea have come to power This
.... ,JOXE : 'Is proof that Black pebple can elcer bepowerwlth responsibility:
BORN OEC. and Justice for all, and that's the route our society must take if it
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is to (utflll its destiny!
The 22il JAN. IStb
I'. not in vain. All the hard Play ,
public work that Cancerlans may be tap publicity. Something rather * *
in putting Just now is not lost and may be in the works.
.. despite appearances to the under it may not be advanced The College Student SpeaksOn
not contrary. The fact of the matterIs But If to even breathe a word
takes time for it to' people who are
that It Just balance, the student unrest which has shaken up college
( but the shape of what you are forging rivals or wreckers. campuses from coast to coast has brought more blessings than
may to emerge in all its glory. may calls for expert covering curses. -
in the by all who are playing a
Those who are sitting : The student sit-ins it is recalled
were largely responsiblefor
be .with role In bringing it to
fI"Y, seat of authority may feeling exposing the evil of segregation at lunch counters and on
economic pinch accounting Many success. Don't even
been an public transportation And
even today, when student activism
for their lackof responsivenessin for there are Individuals
Is often accompanied by violence and mob action the
to the campus
all directions. others enough arrange
practically turmoil !has the effect! or
forcing universities to reexaminethe
With Venus due to retrogradefrom and come up with correct
and relevance and value of their educational
after mid-month until the .. Caprlcornlans who programs.
end of May, put your hopes for in the market for a house Anyone who graduated from college Just IS years ago can only
be amazed the
by that has
come over college campuses.
quick results on ice. But keep nave look over the
may Until the late 1950s, college students were called the "quiet'
on striving for the main goal,' bow of finding old ones "
nevertheless, since this delay can be modernized without generation They were said to have no commitments and to be
.going to college only to themselves for
should not prevent yon from when great an outlay of money: .careers. prepare professional
reaching it In due time. Anyone them 40 17 88 .
89 889
: Now, the pendulum has swung the other direction student is
who has started a new .
and I expected to be committed, not only to noble causes, but even to
should not get panicky ,
abandon it. revolutionary change Making one's erleylllC..ltnown.protesting
Injustices, and demanding that institutions conform to youngcollegians'
1.10.11..054'11UI AIIARIBSBORN' expectations-these are some of the characteristicsof
today's campus rebellion. ,
AN. Traditionalists react to the turmoil by simply shaking their
2811 'FEB 11th ,headland decrying the breakdown of "law and order. These:
em yon HIM ,JILT traditionalist were not similarly horrified ,when Southern
thought.V.ryOrien ,colleges were for whites only, when lynching were an integral
com-but '23rd AIO. 22H U'. be told what todowhere part of the American way of life, and when poverty among Black

from prefer and when to do because people was so widespread that few. people thought of It as anything
Explore the mind. The world ,capa or other cir to be concerned about.
the of study, research and thought ... But no one has To antt-tradltlonallsts, the disorder at the nation's campuses
can be as exciting, and sometimes 'po....70.1455.35Ill'd, a way' as yet to tell us is but a mirror image of what traditionalists see.
more so, than physical mis to think,for which we should Attacks on the ""educational establishment" are inherently
fall explorations, tt there is a are With technocracy virtuous,according to antl-tradltlooallsts, who must devoutly
chance to combine both, the key 'other '. by leaps and bounds, battle the "powers-that-be" as traditionalists must defend
that ,to complete !happiness is given ,; is no telling bow long them.
ito the one who accomplishesthis may will be granted even this But botfrgroups are! wrong-and each group, at the same time,
and difficult merger. It looks which so- make the most of .has someblng to II,.
a* If the next two months wouldbe trips have to be made Traditionalists are correct in perceiving that social progress
is Ideal for the planning and who family or bnsinessleasons, must proceed through orderly channels. They rightly note that
011 educational stages. U there will a be advisable to get, '"revolution" for Its own sake usually produces Uttte. but an
be any traveling Involved, thtat under way and to try and ::aggravation of the original grievances.
would fit In better later In the where home before mid- But traditionalists are too busy venerating "law and order",
any spring. In any case, there la & Continue with the Heal to appreciate the values and Ideal that "law and order' is
promise ,ofexcltlngtlme* ,2 that have placed the 'designed to protect: freedom of conscience the dignity of the
% ahead, 'and whatever can be economy on a sound foot- ,kgltlmageti '' and the right of all persons to rea11. their
done to prepare for them will .
add that much to the sense of By rMtb.iIMLlokwi' nU-traditlonalisto busy making
accomplishment that awaits enterprising .11 .12 .43 114 an out--- nff- rMlIItI.---._ *..._... -/*.-. *-...* *-h*...
Leos.- overlook their rtbe111 '. purposes which art

3:30 =; 11.11-73.115 PISCES .illfferent protect.j-i" from the' values "law lAd order" la iuppsedtoto

NISI BORN "FEB. awe ? academic freedom anU-tradltlonallsts ottta
resort to mob
Nurse tactics which deny this fftedom to .. They
force The mi All. MM. 20tl are they 10 are'hung,*,.won building .tudent power" Hat they forgets'
have others
: good defense. Those who DO more right to posh
fact for 23ri SEPT. 22H not be it made, u regards status .arOUDd a Ulan decade.&cD a i.". .....

in It's good but-There could should financial rating should be selves WIth Mt lir' IDU1l1l1veraWet dJ4 not concern them-
be a fine opportunity to acquire until with the status quo., and Up1ratS 1nttruct1oa wu relevant atudenta'DItdI
property, build, or sell at agam. art not lends a'feeling of power, The student q. .
In hrlDol1
Those who have the resources appear security that can hardly forced tI1tIt rtitwIUM to become
form more anr. of tIltlr MWontlbliaies ....... Black
to go ahead without factors: : by any other stra and whits--shoes to the
old tobSlne-
risk have no reason hesitate. up, In modem society. ,But, educsaonal: needs they are to
re-, '
But if this means creating debts. which also entails beingprepartd serve.Snt
o that can be crushing u time stood oneself against the aware of IDrUt thlallalJon'tau also helped mate whits AmirIcal1ll paJDfII11
: It, goes on, It would be advisable, theless philosophy that all hue racial problem'While the a1ibeois ei.Y
.u goes tar
aid to think twice. The value toundoubtedly Think be shared and shared draaaat1at racial ( they lean, fa aay gone fir eaoelb to
\ the then, but so are dealing .Wh11e the danger does sot aco. ajmtcp that should ban bees recUIIId I Lang

and the uncertainties about future llkt pressing today, there is .Our has
treads ta the personal or Joint fad ?, who can truly say mat will sty BIt probably Lad u laUch etude t rio1IDCt II .
economy.4.XOU.77M5JO.. our not be lathe iWare. U can never have tDOIIIa ci tile co1leCl t.
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''I I LMt. Olive ::Primitive Baptist Church Plans Annual Women's Day For March 9 I

I I WBDDINO BELLS I IJlmmle .Alpha, Kappa-, r Alphas-to aTa-smk Initiate* New Chapter Miss Celestiae Dibols Named I

L. Rose, INS W. 5th Juntas T. Rollomond,1134 a' tSi, w f' J+Sy'.I Geieril Cfcelrnaa For Event

St II and Sandra S. Owens Phelps St., 33 andlreneO'Meal,

1181 W. 4th St., 17. 11M Phelps St., 30., The women of the Mt. Olive Harris, Bertha Carter,Frankie

,Primitive Baptist Church, H. Hawkins, Gloria F. Best
Moses Ford, Jr., 648 Myrtle Herbert Sneece, 806 Palmetto Myrtle Avenue aid Fourth and hiss Brenda Green,

Are., 41 and I4nnle..Thomas Sl, 22 and Susan Bates! 1012 I i t 2 ( ; t'i' '' tt Street, Rev. JJI.Dixon,pastor Frances Alexander, Carolyn
MIS W. 15th St., M. Phelps St., 1.. will celebrate their annual' Lewis and Linda Johns.

Women's Day on Sunday,march Pabllc Relations: limes:
Frank E. Mauls, Jr.49$J Mississippi ,, John".Wells,Plains f leld, .. Willie M. Jones, chairman,
Ct., 19 and Cynthia N.J., 18 and Carrie M. Cram Cvents of this gala day begin Roger Elton, Gloria F. Best,
C. Sparks, (28 W.. State St., bley, 7369 Kylan Dr. W., 11. with the Sunday School at 9.30: co-chairmUlIarLewlI,
17. a.m., and will be followed by Osella Harris Odetha

Leroy Jones, Callaban, ,ria. Moses Thompson, 1650 the morning service at 11 a.m. Newber y, Louis Harris, Effie
20 and Perdlta Y, Adams, 724 Academy St., 20 and Cynthia 4Ji Tie Baptist Training Union wlU Hogan Prlscllla: Girlie, LeolaB.
Court F, 17. M. Frailer, 4535 Trenton Dr. i begin at 5 p.m. The evening Solomon, Willie T. Baker,
V., 21. service begins at 7 p.m. Emma Kilpatrick, Ines Dubols

Floyd E. Zellars. ISM W. 6th James E. Banks, 8139 Thrasher "Mrs.. Mt. OUve", Mrs. Rosa and Joyce Cross.

St., Z2 and Sallle M. Burgess, Are., 23 and Beatrice Wll- M. Lee; Ashley, queen for .1969, Tags: Mrs. Aline Vance,
.1573W. 6th St., 20. hence, 1220 W. 5th St., 23.Elkln 'and her court will also rein chairman, Mrs L. Reed, Mrs
,' on this day Odetha Newberry, Oriole Du-
Leroy James Kllpatrlck, 1506 Stanley, 704 W. Monroe : ,, The theme is"There! is A Task boll, Mary Alexander and

1 E. 27th St., 29 and Ethel.. St., 50 and Viola Frailer, 1056 For Everyone" Frankie
iMatthews,1770 E. 22nd St., 34. W. 12th St., 36. ( : Committees named to make Miss Ruth Baety will be the

,)t.:. ,. .. 1& the day a success are: Sunday morning guest speaker.
ChurchMast b : : School: Mmes; A.M. Frailer, General officers are:' Miss e
Prominent Says t ,I chairman, Mary McQuay, Edna Celestlne Dubols, chairman;
I M. Thomas, Martha Sellers and Mrs Earthalene Crump, cochairman -

Come Dowl From, PedestalCHICAGO I .. Mary F. Harvey.Carolyn Lewis ; Mrs. Sylvia Dixon,
.. and Gladys Sheffield will also pastor for the day Mrs Ella
More than 1,200 meeting. Mrs Margaret a Roach, Sort Atlantic Regional Director of area who were Initiated into the sorority Saturday afternoon. serve McKeever, assistant pastor and

Christian educators came to Rev Archie Hargraves, associate Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, sec, gave the main address at the These new soma are: Edna Bell, Barbara Joyce Lawson, Finance: Mmes:ErmaDobson, Mrs. Bell, general secretary
,Chicago this week and met a professor of urban Initiation Banquet of Gamma Bao Omep Chapter in the Dolphin ,Maryland Macon, Janie Madry, Doris Parsons, Doris Scott, chairman, Beatrice Davis,Ruby
Black community sharply mission it the Chicago! Theological Room of the Dint LifeToweri. Mrs Roach jave the challenge to Johnestlne Young Maude Brown, Frances Yvonne Hicks,Clotelle Glbbs, Elizabeth Herndon and Eastern Stars Honor
divided over whether to Seminary, was keynote continue the wort service and dedication mankind which the Seals, all of Jacksonville, and Joyce Hadley of St. Augustine.\ Gloria Best. Hospitality:
welcome them or urge them to speaker founders of the organisation dreamed of over 60 rears ago. She Other activities of the week Included a panel on "Narcotics and Mmes:eromle Weston, chair Anniversary In March

go back home. He told the churchmen that further admonished the members to keep pace with the changing Drug Abuse in Our Community" presented by the new members, man, Rosa L. Barker, Nellie The combined chapters of the
The annual meeting of the "the popular idea that German, times, and to seek to help America keep her commitment to and a bridge tournament on Friday night by the sorority Mrs W. Ugntner and Mary McQuay. OES of the Eastern Area will
Dlvlsou of Christian Education Polish, Irish and Jewish Immigrants peace and first-class cltlumshlp for all people,llrs Roach also. Alvin G. White, baslleus; Mrs C.... Thompson, director ofpub11cU Program and Music: Mmes.: celebrate their anniversary OD'

of 'the National Council of to America earned used this occasion to welcome twelve outstanding women of theMt. ,. Earlene Alback, Vice, James, March 31, at 7:30: p.m. Participating
Churches ms held In Chicago their way In society because chairman and Suwanne Wilson groups will be Phyllis

so that conference participants of bard work and conformity Pleasant Baptist Church Decorations: Mmes.: Thelma Wheatley No 52, Pride o! the
=most of them from small Is a myth." Rev. Neal To Hold Harris, chairman, Marian East No. 19, Queen Esther No.

cities-could see first hand Virtually all minority groups Weston, Bessie Hall and Bertha 20, Starlight No. U7,McLendoD
what the problems of the urban won their rights by "battling In Callahan Plans Big AffairA Carter, Training Union: Linda No. 163, Star of the East No.

centers are. their way upswimmingthrough Jones, chairman; Miss Debra 172 and Annie No. 175. Lady
Many Black leaders felt by a sea of violence. Womanless Wedding will be Pleasant and from the com: Evangelical Meet Dubols, Miss Brenda Green, Juanita McClendon Is reporter
choosing the "most segregated "If the Church really wantsto an after-serrlce feature at the munity. All are Invited. Mary Alexander, Carolyn Dixon
city in the United States," and help the poor, it will forget Greater Mt. Pleasant Baptist Other services will be as and Mrs E. Thomas,co-chair- Sar.lnnllnlt'nlIU
the of "cultural enrichment pro- Church Sunday March 2 and usual. Sunday School begins at
a hotel that was scene nun. '
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battles during the Democratic grams" and "dialogue" and will begin at 5.30p.m.: 9:30 a.m. with Superintendent For Rev. Barnes Ushers: llna...: Jessie M.
National Convention, u site CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 Deacon S.L. Roberts will be Thelmii Wright in charge. The Johnson chairman, Everlena ioiii|>.niiii 511t'11i1| ancrnimated
for their meeting, the church the minister for the occasion. morning worship begins at 11 lU{ tower, Beatrice Stewart, SJO: million a year (l>
with Deacons Jones Rev. W.C. Neal, outstanding and Jessie Streets, Eastslde.. help| make die niiioiii hillh.1'3)1 .
men were compromising with Of Mateo William Jones will be the a m. Roy Verdell Days, Minnie Pearl
Pride and Theodore .Mitchell pastor ,of St. Thomas Baptist Rev. Neal will be accompaniedby \ ..,rt'r. the Insiir.niic Inforination .
an Immoral power structure groom. The bride?- It's a' Hubbard, Annie M. Gallon, Ines
choirs and
the Par charge Rev C.W. Whitten, Church, will engage In a seriesof his congregation liutitulc UM.
The Rev C.T. Vivian, associate secret until wedding. I
Lodge Heels official units.The .
director of the Urban .tlclpants will be from Mt. 'pastor, will bring the messageor evangelical meetings begin- ,
will appointee.t The ning with Monday night, March evangelical services will Til NOMtCALl W" 'j '
name an
Training Center, for example, ,10 at the Peace run for 10 days The public is 4885-334-1366 or 389.3903 $150 : I
walked but of the meeting during At Duval Center Day Spring evening worship! begins at 3p.m. Missionary Invited r:
after charging with Deacons Robert Jones and Baptist Church, Rev D.B. afPA1aMeoeINvoueNOM.eeo.$IIlI IUOU
his speech '
that own the Church Is still not 'Pride of Maceo Lodge 1'010.188, Usher Board Will Willie Williams leading the devotions. Barnes, pastor, at Van $reD Other ministers, singing ; I I'
IBPOE of W, will meet March groups, cltlsens evangelists
ready to confront racist 6 at 8pm. at 712 West Dun ._The pastor will speak. * will assist during these history- sun I ciistv'ce' "
structures. Street. Observe Coffee HourUsher Music will be furnished by the t making services.Rev. All WORK IUAAANTrreNow HOME TV CO, :'::;;, 'I ,
senior choir under the direction
"This is a tough day an
All members are asked to be Barnes has announced
minister ald Board No. 2 of Ot ,Mrs B.A.W. Carter. The Dr Reddick Will
honest man, the :- DaySpring .
present.'Mr*: Hattle i'James Sunday School lor 9)30) a m.wltnintendentri
"I'm Id'* dUemnUt'l,have oe i, : r BaaptlsBCiesokwill, observe Junior usber board under the ,;;*>
Is, .Daughter"foler)(. .:<;fueeir,B. Mu D.I".lI gt '.N..uper-
bllShiesa' bore; you'have no Williams 14 its annual Coffee Hour sponsorship of Mrs Ernestine iarnes will be
business here. We cannot hear reporter! ; Sunday, March beginning) at Taylor, win serve. 'PieaeOnSuffering ofieachers
assisted byjL.sJaff
each other.You are talking about 4 p.m. In the dining area of The church Is located one mile m and officers;::; ::3. : pure relief for
'10 Jobs at the Hilton to makeup Camelia Ladies the church north of Callahan on U.S. No. 1. And Truth. The minister will preach in
of Bessie for Mrs C.B. Wiley Is secretary dry problem skin
for the corruption an Mrs. Canty, agent the morning service, which! begins ,
entire city. Club Guest Of home demonstrating of Duval Mrs. Elva Jones Is chairman During the 10:45: a.m. worship at 11 a.m..from the subject
"When will the church wake County, will be the speaker. of Women's Day and Mrs. Er- period the pastor Dr. A.Joseph "Jesus and :John in Jordan VASEUNE PETROLEUM JELLY gives your
up and' use its power?" Mr. Mrs. Calloway Also appearing will be: Choir nestine Taylor is captain and Reddick will preach from the River" The evening worship skin the richer molituie It needs for
er..U of No. 2 of Shllob Church protection from chapping, from dry
Vivian asked. "Ni Baptist sponsor theme "Why Is There begins at 5.30 p.m. with Rev I
you are niggers In termsof .The Camella Ladles Club will Verdal Jakes,accompanist,Mr. Suffering?". At the 6.45: p.m. Barnes speaking from the sug- lottyouni'erlook.sshygrsy ikln. To keep your ikin .

powerlessness" meet with Mrs. Willie Callaway and Mrs. Solomon Tlmmoos, COLLEGE worship period he will discuss "Daniel at Belshauar'i Ini'lnlllt
But other Black leaders welcomed on March 4 at 631 West Church Mrs. Joseph Flanders, Mrs PARKFirst the theme "The Truth Shall Party". 'Vaseline'Petroleum on gen

the conference-at least at 8 p.m. Mrs AM. Hartzog Charles Maxwell and others Baptist Church will have Make Your Free' Mrs. Jessie M. Polk, noted Jelly.

10 patt. is president. Mrs. O-Jettle Oliver is president the usual services Sunday The United Choirs the gospel singer of the city, will You pay a little ;
",For example conference mem- Rev. CA.. Weaver is School begins at 10 a.m. church will servo during both celebrate her anniversary at more than for g-
ben won some praise for Heroines Of, Jericho pastor. Mrs. A. Collins is with Superintendent James, worship periods along with the church Sunday night, March other brand of '

scrapping their scheduled program chairman.A.M.E. McCutcheon in charge. The Usher Board no. 1. All ushers 23, at 8 p.m. petroleum jelly...
.program one afternoon and Will Meet At Temple morning devotions will be led .and the United Choirs will Choir No. 1 and Usher Board but your ikln it 'p

going ;en muse to an open Wives by Deacon Benny Price Rev partake of the Lords Supper No. 1 will serve throughout. the worth It'! t1I Y
Court 206 of the v
hearing on welfare problems S.D. Davis, pastor, will speak. during the 6.45: p.m: service da,.
sponsored by several,Chicago ,Heroines of Jericho will meetat Will Meet With BTU begins at 8.30: p.m.Choir The Sunday School Church will
community groups, 5 pm. Friday, March 7, at No. 1 will rehearse Wednesday, convene at 9.30: a.m with A.V.
The Rev. Ed Reddles, the Temple, 410 Broad Street. at 7 The choir Rose,' superintendent, officers NOW!
night p.m. Junior FOR SALE
director of research and interpretation Mrs. Luria I. Campbell is Most Mrs. Ophelia Toston rehearses Saturday at 2 p.m. and teachers charge. ,
for Operation Ancient Matron. Mrs Eliza Communion will be ad-
The monthly meeting of the Mrs. Julia M. Haynes is reporter Holy
Breadbasket, who hosted the Robinson is reporter. AME Ministers Wives Alliance 'ministered at both worship FBIIlntll.l

hearing, told the conferencethat will be Wednesday March 5 periods. '
"It is a thrill to see this Blue Ribbon Sewing at the borne of Mrs. Ophelia St. Luke's. ,
for the kind of
kind of support
Toston, 338 Belfort Street, at .
efforts we are making" create Club Meets At 5:30: p.m. A local fashion house District 2 "Meets START AT ONCE HOUSES
a truly free society. will
display spring fashions
,And while not praising or con- Mt. Vernon Church Mrs. LUlle Williams is pre ROOM ADDITIONS IN
demnlng the conference With Armsteads '
Flo R ms
location, several prominent The Blue Ribbon Saving Club sf ,WASHINGTON HIS.liifiBifrifintir .
District No 2 of Lake
Black leaders did address the will sponsor a musical tea Siding
March 16 from 3:30 to 5:30: Legion Auxiliary Baptist Church will meet Sunday Kitchens Kem d rlrdfomplftf '

Owens Ladies I p.m. In the Mt. Vernon BaptistChurch's at 4 p.m. in the home d Mr. Plumbing .( :
L and Mrs.. Moses Armstead,2221,
educational building. f.
Plans Defense South. Mrs. M. modeling Lu Until,
Elect '69 Heads A program will be presented. College Circle Bonded Roofing hunts
Stills is presldend.MaesArhnstead -
Mrs. Maud H. is
The Owens Illinois Ladles met Campbell pre leader Rev. "..r. Alumn .im Windows 2 Bedroom 351.55
sident.! Mrs. Mabel Baker is Meeting Event, 3 2,droom -
recently in the home of Mrs.' Trowell is pastor.Citywide r.Tciini. 'ill- $51.18
Scarles and elected reporter. 4 Bedroom 68.81
American Legion Auxiliary, Your professional beautician '

officers. Semi Civic Unit No. 197, will bold Its ,* ** .INLY $211 MINI knows the
Those elected are: Mrs.Flos national answer...
security and defense
air Smith, president Mrs. ,Social Club Meets meeting at the Post Home on Deaconesses VULCAN INC..
Annie Sherman, vice president; March 7 at 9
Mrs. Irene Morgan, recording p.m. Can hair be damaged
Major Taft Cummings will be 7003 Ken Knight Dr..
secretary; Mrs. Emma Mellon, With Mrs. Oliver Will Meet March 6
the speaker. A film showing 768-k7 .
finance secretary Mrs Arde-Mrs. The Semi-Civic Social and what we can do will be shown. The Cltywldsfeaconeaseswl l from brushing alone ?
trice' treasurer ,
fund Savings Club will meet with UM meeting is open to the meet Thursday, March 6, at>
Odessa Bailey sinking
Mrs. Willie Mae Oliver/1016 public. A social boor follow 3 p m. at Mt. Ararat Baptist
treasurer Mrs.Alberdla Pearson WHEN YOU ARE ILL All hair becomes damaged from exposure to sun and natural
birthdays, Mrs. Nellie West 29th Street, at I p.m. the presentation.Mrs.Cameron Church. Rev Dallas Graham, elements. Certain greasy compounds and many chemicals. Improperly
president, asks that all Mrs. Edna Gordon ispresident.
March The Bible
I. pastor
verse begins
Mjrrlck, second vice president used also take their toll,.,not to mention simple .at
E. members attend. Mrs. Situ f
with 20" Mrs Robin
the figure ,
and Mrs Luclle Jarrell, chaplain You Seek The Best Doctor. tempts at beautifying the hair with any brush not made of
.< Small Is president ** * son Is reporter. When Your Doctor' Prescribes natural bristles. The results are brittleness, breakage, dry and

get Experienced PharmacistsTo P' dull looking hair. .
Fill Prescriptions accord- your professional beautician knows how artificial bristles
'Gov. 'Kirk Will Be Guest Speaker lag To Your Doctor's Orders actually brush away a great deal of the "lubricants": of the hair

We Use Only The Best Quality that give It body, lustre and protection. And trained beauticiansclaim

Drugs. C.E BLACK: that nothing beats Clairol condition' Beauty Pack Treatment
for overcoming brittleness, dryness and breakage. .
At Fla. Memorial's 77th Celebration Proprietor leaving hair lively and easy to manage, condition Is an easy-to.

.. work-with creme which can even be applied during a chemical

I Registered Pharmacists To Servo You straightening retouch to prevent drying of hair that has been

Fie. _'.orl.1I C.II. Will Hoser leetist Chucks For HelpPastors down previously relaxed.And condition Is the ultimate In repairing deep.
.. --A COMPLETE LINE OF damage. when time Is a factor for their customers,
hairdressers turn to Clairol .
new Hair Dew'-the lotion conditioner -
of Baptist! churches in who also Maoinetd.that ;Florida Memorial, and Dr. the West Indies Including: B.... '' Cosmetics Rubber' Goods -'Candles that penetrates so fast many think of It as an Instant
the State d Florida will be Governor Claude Kirk will be Graham's fourteenth year u Gelry, Premier of Grenada; R. t r SundriesDESCRIPTIONS conditioner. When applied regularly by your beautician, Clairol
honored with their individual: the honored put 1pI tf... board chairman Milton Cato, Chief Minister. Hair Dew adds body, softens and gives a glowing new look to

churches with the presentation ,me occasion cf the college's BtsldeT the Certificate of Vincent, and A.C.E. Long, Adilnlstrator l' s .' CALLED FOR AND your hair that many friends will notice and admire.;
,d a Certificate of Honor U they 77th year celebration on March Honor, the names of pastorswill of the Cayman !I'; v' DELIVERED- Damage can come from using brushes with artificial bristles.
are current in their pledge payments ''I, at the DeanrUle Hotel,Miami be placed on the"Wall of Islands 'I"I ; But damage to every woman's hair comes from so many other

to Florida Memorial Beach. Recognition" and their church Florida Memorial College relocated .. causes that all human hair (Including wigs) needs to be revitalized
College; the predomloaouy.Negro The dinner will commemorate names will be posted oa the from tit. Augustine to 'Il periodically. Visit your professional beautician and ask
Liberal Arts School, now me alxty-flftli birthday of Dr: "Wall 01 Fattb". Miami, Florida, lasiSeptomber \:{, 1917 KINKS MAI 3531271 this expert to check the condition of your hair. .

relocated on a new.$10,000,000 Edward T. Graham, chairman Govenor Kirk will be sand aDd Is currently operating with Only your professional beautician knows the answer for
campus In Miami. d the Board of Trastees of by heads. of govenmunta 1,000 students and 9 completed ,.' eCl Imu l Aral:1M7' w .
The announcement was made .Florida Memorial College; the representatives .d stceral of buildings, .plan $. nder .con-j Lilly's. Drub Store Cowls! IIo."TN"
by President Royal Puryear, 77th year d the existence( the. small Island countries la atractloa.

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fans enjoy great v.rI- '4 r.
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this casyT Mo-and yes! ? >.._>A. M; '" riTliUMUt,,bl
BJ: just follow simple easy ytrw :;:pMiwr rwl ::I."j:::Jn1" /J
rules and make the goal every -o-
time A do-ahead snack is near- The Family Boons $
ly always the answer--a simple. New bouses. mature a "fam
menu adds the ily room" M tt were some-
final touch is the he\'ounelf'\ : thing new., But
i plan. 1- when I was a
Hearty wiled meat or cheese child very-
sandwiches that At snugly I into house bad a
a heated bl'Own.llld-aerve bun, KI,_ +l family room. % t*e
i served up with I a zesty mustardhoneiadish d We spelled it r ,
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1 ,. :. iI""", k,. iii things l as cucumber slices, pep. Today center.with !' ; ;{.:,,,.. .
relish olives, chili
The ring around the rosy red tomatoes ti a marvelous mold of per mushrooms sauce houses so departmentalized 'I
margarine homogenized milk shredded Cheddar and Wisconsin. small button Almost notion il""lfIn t sAA *lrl11'
curls .nd often find myself ev8nings every
Swiss cheese slices. Here's the Borden Kitchen recipe I' gherkin chopped pickle.onion, carrot .home, :r.-p :f and panukc.I.U!. Votch bjimovkn.: MnUn: lortilljjj Swedish
the seven children are home too, French ihpes On American ., .
Cheese With Sauteed platter I and
Ring Cherry Tomatoes The sauce gets an extra
(Maket "-, ..n"I) touch, a new. sensation of :vita but each la individually occupied Pancakes are the'winnm fork down Sirve tin old (avwrilcwith
What happened to the wills mil flavor fr,'m
something like Colfu'! Svrup
and from the springtime new
Danish ity vigor
4 tablespoons 1.1/2 .cups shredded (one 8-01 freshness of ofSplit happy days when familw.spent FrcDried Coffee .
Flavor Margarine pkg) natural Cheddar *. Also, it's a natural a cup toael'Ve creamed blue cheese, ,deviled U teaspoon nutmeg time together' ? Then, the other' Maxim
4 tablespoons all-purpose cheese light along with the ham 01 meet relish. 4 tablespoons well drained night, I remembered. the tatty ", Coffee Syrup .
flour 1-1/1. cups. shredded (one 6010m punt' "
Place rails in ah.lIoe... horseradish syrup
salt Borden natural snack, either direct from icy 2 tablespoons freeze-dried 2 cup corn
teaspoon teaspoon pepper pkg.Wisconsin) Swiss .cold bottle I 01 in glasses with seiole, odd the sauce covet and 1 tablespoon prepared PnlliniTocether coffee 2 teaspoons vanilla
heat until lust aimed mustard Summoning the family I
crushed ice. sail
2 cups homogenized milk cheese slices of fresh whole Serve in club buns. These toilsmay Dissolve bouillon cubes In hot announced i my plans. ,My 2 tablespoon boiling ester : teaspoon
6 eggs A variety: desseit be matle the day before, octet Add Spiite Set aside. husband looked on amazed In I 'miull bowl,. mix: iofktf kith boiling waUr until
In a small saucepan, melt margarine over low heat. 'Add fruits provides making covered and refrigerated until Melt margarine 01 butter over while I read the recipealoud dissolved Add txmammn,! lngn.du.ntH.slir until hkndid" More.
flour salt and pepper; stir until well. blend,,!. Remove from Here's how to go sandwichesfeelpct about :in to :10 minutes before selling low heat, stir in flout. Cook over and mv young helpers tightly covered in rifngualur. MaUi 2 cur
heat. Gradually stir In milk. Place over medium heat: stir con the lolled time. Add sauce just before low' heat, stirring' until smooth eagerly scampered off to get
stantly until sauce thickens and becomes smooth Simmer 1 sliced meat such as ham andcheese heating' and buhbl!)'. Remove from heat the minute. Add both cheeses stir until melted. Add eggs one at a turkey, salami 01 bologna, gradually stir In bouillon l and r butter and vinegar One measured .., baking ends
time| beat well after each addition. Pour Into buttered 1-1/4 slices. 11ORSERA DI SII-MUSTARD! Sprite. filing to boil stirring, one mixed and another I cup nif led. sll-"purpose R I teaspoon well beaten
quart (8-1/2 inch diameter) ring mold Set mold In a 1-inch deep Roll slices around Items like SAUCE! constantly ; boll I 1 minute. Blend tested for' temperature The flour egg
hot water bath. Bake in a moderate (350 F.) oven, about 40-45 cole slaw, sauerkraut, potato :2 chicken bouillon. cubes In seasonings.t Serve over sandwich others laid out buttered foil I lablespon sugar I cup buttermilk
minutes or until firm. Remove from water bath 'Allow to set salad pineapple spears, aspar- 1 cup hot water lolls sheets for ,cooling the candy, >4 tnspooldouble.actina J tablespoons butter
It minutes before turning out of mold onto serving platter. Serve .agus spears, egg salad, cocktail 1 cult Sprite Variations: tasty When the molasses taffy was baking powder melted
with Sauteed Cherry Tomatoes Wash dry and remove stems of franks, slices of avocado and 4 tablespoons| margarine or cheese sauce ftoor'I: cool enough to touch the pull i I teaspoon salt Coffee Syrup
1 pint cherry tomatoes. In a skillet, melt 1/4 cup (1/2 stick I ) cucumber stiips. Fasten with butterS and mustard and add :I cups began Buttered fingers stretch' flour sugar. Making! powder, salt,, add odj
Danish Flavor Margarine over low heat Add tomatoes; saute uooilen picks. tableipoona/ I' grated sharp cheese Or for ed the warm taffy rolled. it Sift together Add. metted"buttcr -
gently, shaking the skilletlgorously I I for about' 5-10 minutes, or Spread some of the pieces of I teaspoon suit chill sauce, add !. to 1 cup of again and re-stretched it. Combine egg and milk; add to Hour mixture:
until the tomato skins are slightly wrinkled: Season to taste. meat III'1t'ith cranberry sauce, H teaspoon white pepper thick chili sauce 'When we were kids" I, ex and stir just until all flour ,is dampuKd.. (Buttvr will hi;
--- ---- --- plained to the children, "we slightly lumpy) Brown on hot griddle until I.u"blIn lop
always 'made taffy together Turn to brown other side..Strve hot with bulk- and ('offe .
EDGE WOOD Kiddies in the Kitchen. Mother used Bier Rabbit molasses Syrup. Makes 15 medium pamakes.
because it added flavor
/ / AVE B STORE When a gal II e and a fellow age 4, or thereabouts nothing ''and energy-producing Iron."
JACKSONVILLEBEACH beats cookie baking for rainy day recreation $o for the recreational Treats for Your Family Spicy Pancakes For Variety
STORE director :: 'that you. Hum f here are two simple Why not have w taffy pull? y
; PE. SUNDlYS recipes and a few child.styled tricks Make the cereal bars M Check your cookbook for the The freshness'ofjraUd Union peel and Hie gentle I spin; of
.. directed o' shape mixture Into popcorn balls and build candy recipe, remembering to include tinnamon and nutmeg tombine give the pancakes. a flavor
I A.I. kitty kata ot snowmen To doll up the butter cookies roll 1. gold label molasses. It, makes lift. Served with nvvcit, fluffy honey butter lluy're giuranleed
ARK E T 5 Inch balls of dough into sugar before pressing flat Or brush the delicious differenceConvenience breakfast winners! I Easy: ran/akl} mix prepuraiion given you 4
S U P.E R, M n baked cookies with corn tyrup and sprinkle with decorators' lift too convenience and dependability contribute. to your.
sugars And for the Kiddies-In-the'Kitchen motto. everybody own "sugar and Ipic feeling ,
& P,., memorize: "Leave the kitchen splcr-and SPill so Mother will Foods .
let ycM bake again" .SPICE PANCAKES '
1 I fruit LEMON .;
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:3 tablespoons soft butter ;2 grated lemon
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: mixer bowl, cream butter .blend gelatin; syrup! and butter the kitchen the lady of the cup 1 cups milk:
and sugar, Mix In New. Bis- .) 'Heat to boiling over house plans to spend a few cents to'wbt 2 elll
; quick thoroughly': Shape dough medium heat, stirring constantly more on convenience foods 2 tsblespoons melted or
Into Inch balls Pace on un- Remove from heatstir 2 pancake mix liquid! shorteningFor
greased baking i sheet,', flatten ; I quickly;and easily prepared ..cups' ; !
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BLEACH bone shape tells all
MARY JANE .t Three bone shapes are easily ,'AP FROZEN CHOPPED or 4'sir.M

PEANUT IUTTER recognizable: in most cuts;The T- EVAPORATED
1 bone, shaped like a T, stands for
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Model Modes Cooking Involves .Pr.tty Table

.. 'the FrenchCrystal lazed attitude toward Emily winter's night Bouillabaisse form French Crystal figure*.
with paper plates, or floe china; Post's table setting nl... that hearty,heavenly Provencal Fish and fowl forms Including
la elegant linen or Informal placemats French Crystal should "high-! I flab stew Is a perfect choice a delightful! pelican, set oS the
; a traditional floral light every occasion", be u a for a gathering of friends who elegance of the cut French
V centerpiece or a scattering of wintertime party meal for don't mind sharing the redolent Crystal wine and water goblets.The .
IA ferns. friends an spree ski party 'garlicky taste and scent of the condiments are passed In
Dont limit your use French with surprising touches of stew as well as the rather satin finished! crystal cruets,
Crystal only for "best" occasions. ,elegance or:1 iris formal yet Informal table manners and the crisp salad a perfect
of It wasnt meant to completely romantic dinner- required for enjoyable eating. complement to the stew is
collect dust on | shelf. Today's tor-two. The gaiety of the occasion served In a French crystalbowl
uJtbbC-lOtIlpproacll to For Saturday night or after- coald be underlined by a decorated with an unusual Cattail -
'entertaining means a more.reCRANBERRY _- theatre entertaining on a brisk centerpiece of whimsical free- motif.


a! a I Heart and flow era stars with softened cream cheese.
and stripes clubs and Top with cutups of hearts and
or spades when It comet to spades made of jellied sauce.
I putting that desired decorating For Valentine fun put hearts
I touch on party foods try Into your dessert. Inch
cranberry cut-upa. slices of sauce Into hearts of a
Drain a can of Jellied cranberry varying sites. Press these a
,., .\ sauce and slice s,. to '. against the bottom and sides t
... inch thick. Make cut-upa with of a sherbet glass and fill with ..
ft ITV .. or' cookie cutters or, create your vanilla pudding.
for daintiness, leisure tad steer pleasure Ifuuette offers, IIIoYt own, using a sharp paring For quick and easy dessert
little one. First on tile left a little Hiss models a bonded acrylic knit knife. The cranberry figures Ideas try serving cubes of Jel- ,
The A-UM dress his a white panel will stay In shape even when lied slices
Tanning don UM front Mt oCt a cranberry sauce over
matching coat, with Nehru collar and high-set belt,nu side front '' placed under the broiler for a of pound cake, topped with ,.
is a patriotic end fashionable combination in red, white and bI..Tbe buy few used minutes to decorate ao they hot may dishes be whipped cream or try a com- :.-.-
art in red poplin For rocklnf chair comfort UM a bination diced
little lady wars a and snacks too. of finely sauce
daisy and a fanciful animal you'll never meet. TIlt sliced peaches and whipped
leotards. scalloped top is for Bridge club meeting Spread ,,:
imall squares of bread or toast cieam. .

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If what was modeled at some combines and some floral
of the recent fashion showingsIs prints as large as cabbage are hull ALL WEEK.
a barometer for Spring and the favored materials. .
Summer styles, skin will be Color combinations are beige
bare, bare and bared.and! brown and black on white, yellow
hemlines lowered! with black or navy and On These Specials. Prices Good thru Wed., March 5

The year 1359 began on a sharp pink and tender grien ...WMlll.UUIKOltWAIIIAinw l!..m. IIMWMn>w<'-HM

note popular of exclusion Bikini and for reentry the once of For,after-five Amiss showed and pr Jdlglous eveningwear : ..ertea: Q...A'IW"'T....-"'..w.ll.wlo. ,.. :, y..1 Detergent

the one-piece covered-up calottes, primarily floor- 49
bathing IIIlt.BathlDr length, but some mail in length. .
AN IIKUIt Phto M Mf-Wili*
suit designer Bill Both sleeves and lowered necklines '
Blass notes "Nudity in our were edged In ruffles. ffee Ajox 2'69aOYtM S--39*
time Is simply no longer ex- Some of the printed chiffon c
traordlnary. One of his formals were gypsy-like In N....AIOa II-Or..M.Mrw.ui.-LNN-N.w.M..MM?,d.rNM
current designs (for Roxanne) appearance. A few bordered I <
.la a long-sleeved bathing salt; bl-colored ostrich feathers on Cooking il..e 69
with plunging neckline. sleeves and stoles Q. 1 ta f
The trend back to one-piece Tabbed patch pockets placedIn cia CAN /e..q CalsCO ll-n.. l.lrtl L.wa.IN- ltM. .'jw.ih.M iMI ,:,.,-
swim-wear appears to stem a double-tier, arrangement two I: ASTOI *
from the following.Some women below the bust and on the hip,"< aid COFFEE .4''I ;Cooking Oil..79
are weary of the two-piece or slightly below the shouldersand oil at ,a ::,. : tll. ,. .
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look; some recognize they do at hip level are featuresof riHIllllIIOI As1aN HA MIWHITI
not look their best blklni-ed day-time weir by Almes. A up? "' ; ; _....
and lastly the new line of Dumber of the skirts took their A. Medium Eggs 2ooz.$1'
one-piece bathing suit Is available flares from pleats, either a .. /$$1 .
In a wide variety slinky, few tarn ones In front or tight day. x'c ......on Mum i....c..C.,IN oooo N...ANiisime
sexy styles.In all-around knifed pleats, '
Rome, Queen Elabeth'sdressmakers creating the illusion of a furl & of 3/$1. Peanut Butter... 89 Saltines 2/49'Listerine... 88'
Hardy A..nle'lI1 umbrella. akin ....KIAIT '." "..."* .000 I'VOf CHOCOKTI IM.Cl.IT JOIIN
Norman Barbell took the Like Acmes, Hartnell's hemlines rich 3/$1. Mayonnaise..59f S'wich..e 3/$1. Aspirin..38c
spotlight. The former's collection *
were nearly knee-length. Using .... ...
was described as He described his day length the "" I euuwutucAlA i tlQUtft Mill
"sedate as a slow waits,"with as "still short." at the Jacte
10' 19'Shamppp..68'
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hemlines approximately one One model's legs, reportedly, way 11 : ::
inch above the knee. The flared'lIDe could be seen above tbeknee extra "' '

of the appears be the silhouette she outfit wore with wbIte cuffs eveDlq that calotte were' oil.nose 7/ $1. iIiii His Corn 5/$1. Rings. ...... 49'Toolhpaslc28'

Suit Jackets were extended! In feather lined.Hartnell's warm
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lowered. Daytime necklines semi-fitted, or flared and skin BEEF SPECIALS ... GroundBEEF
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.llAIEMIOBEr..$aJelstllis F..s Grambling Loses Ti o Norfolk In Battle !' At Madison Square Garden I II

I [Joe Black On Sportsl I Meadowlark. / ;1Y,;Eats, Basketballs? Weldon, JokisooCigers WftfpSinnnih And,Virginia Daa4rMe School's Kent Boaapai1o Case Hot I

baseball Is jut around the Bowie Kuhn may prove to bean YMCA 'ers
I wm'MAGICIANS : comer and may favorite past excellent Commissioner of ,II' ./11' NEW TOM Cmr-Twenty-: one phase was 11-1.Grambllng,'

time Is lavish its problems. Baseball, but only time will The James Weldon Johnson aloe turnovers didn't help the now ISfor the season,almost
Usually faring this time of year tell. During the interim the -;-: Ji Branch YMCA Carers shot their GraabUnc College basketball caught\ up with Norfolk sheathe
..OF' we arereadisgaboulthIplayer/ owners !have permitted baseball' -\ .way to the consolation victory Tiger here recently as they Tigers trailed 11-18 after seven

BASKETBALL., slcninf their contracts. But not. to lose favor In the eyes of after defeating a very strong ;fall victims of a 101-" loss toNorfolk minutes. Norfolk was atop i

this tms., because things are, many fans It is foolhardy for, quintet from Savannah Georgia (Va.) State's Spartans 54-43 lead at halCUme.: '
1I".rso.l'I not too fine in 69. the owners to think that the* ,TMCA, by a score of 6259withMaxte at Madison Square Garden. FredHlltoasparkedUecoring
""" ; The ball players an threaten fans are only concerned about Presha tossing in 14 Coach Fred Bobdy of Gramb- I for Grambllng with 22
1 points for the winners Johnson Bog escorted his Tigers Into points CalvlalahnuonaddedtO,
(; fag to ro on strike the umpires performance on the field and
!hare finally named a new com-, winning and losing games.Since TMCA'ers were defeated by. 'New York City after a flight }forloD:'. Charles Bonapartl
mlssloner of baseball and once I retired from the game have! the ,Toureameatchampions which encountered mechanical 'delivered 34 counters followedby
',I) again the Rules Committee has had ample time to observe the lloultrle. Georgia YMCA 72* troablt..Tbt flight originated Robert Dandrldge's 33. '-
.. recommended some changes people who pay to watch base M In a thriller which was point Houston.. '
; that are designed to set baseball ball. Sure they have their favor- for point throughout the contest "We arrived too late to get a Willie, 'Norwood, Key
:. ; back 50 years. Please bear with lie teams and players, but they until five minutes left In the 'chance to undergo a workout on
i, )t:1' J\i'\ t me while I expound on these also remala abreast of the fourth quarter as Moultrle tilt Garden's court"said Hobdy. AidWitkinsAlcoro'sScorers

', ..'.,. .k' ,J subjects. administrative facet. pulled away.b We visited the Garden at 11'
I, ...: III=".' ; It's true, ball players makea Whether It be fact or fiction, the coasolatlon match,'', o'clock and were greeted by a ;: Aid Leaders

"., .::a .... \1. I' good salary but their "hang the consensus among most a Johnson Cagers fast break big crowd of IARMA 4, Miss ,- (NFQ :":
"f : up" is not for increased pay. sports aficionados is that the overpowered Jacksonville's'OgQortinity 'and newsmen., They put the :'Willie Norwood, Julius Key and
No, the players want to retain commissioner Is merely a YMCA 66-31 which ptayers'ad myself through a Charles Watkins 'are the
the agreement that a portion of robot who follows the dictates resulted into two great plays full hour of Interviews, ,scoring leaders at Alcorn AIM.
the television and radio monies of his creator 4he owners. from Willie Baldwin! Matte !' ."We played a good game here, College

be allocated to the players When they replaced General Presha, Stanley Crelghton, C.' before a 13,000 but we Norwwod started the, season

Pension Fund. Research shows William Echert with Attorney Mangrum, Tommy Bulla and need more time to get together .with 1.414 points and in IS ,
that with baseball adding new Bowie Kuhn whose law firm Leonard Butler. Other team among our players. In time we games. scored 232 points for an
teams, a decrease in the has represented the National members are Thomu Friall. will have a good team.Our team average of 19.3 pontapergame
f P.14 ": r ti ylndr Pension dollars will result in League they really added fuel Ray Williams, Raymond was well received by the crowd, while grabbing off 151 rebounds

the Fund not baring enough to the fire. All I can say is that Sellers, Larry Brlnson, A. so weuthatwemaybepresented Julius Key, 6'9" Center'Is
money to pay some of the Mr. Kuhn will are to prove Brown ,Edward Allen, Boise another Invitation to return next Alcorn's second leading scorer
players when they become ,that he's nobody's man except Bartsfield, and R. Thomas season We need a lot of work (ZOS) and leading rebounder
/ eligible for retirement com- his own. Tin cre itIIef: ntal u. hire March 1. That's the auto B was also noted that Johnson and practice. After those Interviews (lSS). Julius plays a vital role
FEATURING_ pensation. Now let's get to those silly the sensational, Harlem Globetrotters see It Is said that he Branch YMCA was the only we had IS minutes of ta the success of the Braves
It.. strange, but true the rules initiated by the Rules will be In the Jacksonville appears literally to eat the Florida team to receive atrophy practice. For such a game U' In blocking shots and has shot
owners !have to tab the blame Committee You recall that at Coliseum Saturday. night basketball. Itaadowlarkhas In the tourney Johnson this you need more prepara In doable figures game
for this mess. No, not because conclusion of the campaign there March 1, at 8 p.m., ',_/great expertise at comedy, ,Branch team Is coached by won" this season. every -

of mercenary reasons but was a hue and cry among This magnificent group of timing.A Harold Jackson. Grambllng left New York Charles Watkins Junior guard,
rather they must any the baseball's top echelon to diminish basketball experts Is something' feature will be Skill and and arrived at the Shreveport. is making serious bid for the
burden of guilt for legislating ( the effectiveness! of the to see. Thousands jam tot many antics. Grambling Keeps airport at ';30 o'clock. After a 1,000 point club at Alcorn.With

J W 'fun" out of the game. That's pitcher. The baseball magnatesin coliseums wherever they play. Four generations can welltalk quick trip to the college campus 170 points' this season, Charleshas
.. right, there have been so many a foolish gesture to restore Not only Is this croup tops about the Globetrotters. They Name As the team traveled bus to Pine scored 918 points. ,
,,hl..t', .r-t1r"'". rigid rules passed that the more" action have given a In basketball-each member are really something to see. Bluff for a game with Arkansas Following the three leadersin _
MEADOWLARK LEMON players act and think like tentative approval to some rules stands out as a tamer of the Don't forget your date March Premier Producer AM&N. scoring are: Samuel Sing,
; businessmen rather than that will.hare a negative effect tricky basketball. 1, Saturday, t p.m., Jacksonville The win left a 18-2 record for 144 points; Bobby Flowers,125
athletes who enjoy competing upon the game of baseball. Meadowlark Lemon Till be Coliseum, Qobetrotteis.Albany Norfolk. Grunbllng trailed 14-Z. Floyd Mason 94and Le'l ;'
GENERALS before and entertaining millions First pinch hitters for the hung upheld Its reputation as a in the first four minutes and, 80. Wyatt' ,
of spectators pitcher whenever be is State Setback For premier producer of pro..,-

PLUSAN The less said about the umpire scheduled to tut. My gosh,don't slonal footbalplayersbyhavingeight
dispute and the new commissioner the powers of baseball realize grldders\ selected In the SPORTS PARADEBy
the better it will be for that a pitcher is i human being.As SavoRiah After Paiae Win recent AFL-NFL draft. .
Notre Dame with 11 and
ALL STAR all parties. However I mustinject a former hurler I always Only '
Ga. State Athletics (NAIA) Texas AIM who finished second
this one thought. Mr.. CONTINUED ON PAGE 10 ALBANY -Albany blasted Joseph 1.. Turner
College's "running gunning" Palne's upset aspirations witha with nine, produced more

VARIETYSHOW eaeliel Rams popped in 10 points In full court press that netted players. SPORTS FANTASY ,
1:58 to stage a 103-90 comeback 'the "running, gunning" Bob Grambllng tied the University Picture this: A few days ago a group of dirty, ragged,burly-
win over Paine College here Ralney quint 11 tallies to go of Southern California, Arizona looking Black men were sitting in sparking lot across the street
VETERANS1 but dropped a 112-111 last ahead of the Paine five 94-86. State and Minnesota for third from the Chicago Stadium. AU were between sir and seven feet

Movelnforaeltttle.e! second defeat to Savannah State Trailing 84-81 with 3t1'to place with eight.Olympian. .. tall. They looked tough, old, worn, tired; but their actual ages
College here. play, Ralney's relentless back- range between 33 and 37.All had picket signs Some were looking
DOW N The setback SavannabState, court rlo of Howie Harlow, at newspapers.
i INCLUDING a team the Rams had beaten Excels Seals and Earnest Taylor It is, early, They, were waiting for the crowd of 40,000 coming

*, lh' l ,, twlce-88-70 and,IMllra* applied the pressure'add'Priheblscued t v>,.see one of those big college Au-Sir-versus pro'ess tonal
.t\EDDY SEIFERTEurope' 'the first homecourt defeat'for1' 'by'tostbi ffci Wto I *
1 Albany State In ;nearly three I the Rams and Harlow and'Seais lain, Elvin Hayes, and a. .host: of other names-most. of which
i grtolltf ocrobalic, r t years I turned on the speed and racked 'are Black. .

c.nKrtwnutJOYCE The Rams, ranked 12th !up the points.- One man who had been reading to himself suddenly began to

nationally ID the latest poll read aloud, "...It says here the American Basketball Association
RICE released by the National Houston Blocks wants Lew Alcindor so badly it is trying to get together aSimillion
Champion bo'on.lwitlmj 3 t 4 bedroom planl with 1, 1 'h. Association of Intercollegiate package deal from among the ABA,teams to lure him

bfflMlv ua.nFARIAS 2 botht and garage. Receive Tvlone I away from the National Basketball Association.. .
Modem schools, churches and a coaxLthCdin Another man holding a newspaper also reads aloud,."...Last
TRIO week Boston Celtic star player-coach Bill Russell came back
o acrobatic I and 1enESTATES Athletic Boost from a week In the hospital after severely Injuring his right knee
1'1 1'1'h" balancing Horn and suffering from exhaustion, to lead his team to a dramatic
71 JO RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE: 765.1685 AWNINGS NEW ORLEANS (NPO orer-tlme victory' over the Philadelphia items The 76ers had

and GUS Two Black hlgtschoolers from beaten the Celtics the last five times they played. .

::1 Sptctocuiof:: balancing end Houston, Texas, were given .' I "Man, the other night Wilt Chamberlain scored.M points to,
juggling wnordt r--! athletic scholarships football lead the Los Angeles Lakers to a victory over the Phoenix
to Tttlane' University, ,New ED TEMPLE Suns, sod the Suns !have been beating practically everybody.,"
ALSO want a better whiskeygo Orleans recently. "Well,.the way 1 look at It," a fourth member of the group
; FEATURING BUY MOM DIRECT LOCALMANUPACTUCIC The recipients Wen Raymond Ed Temple, would sprint an. chimed In, "you take a place like Cicero, 111.," (the suburbwas
right to the top.Seagram's Burgess, a !9-foot, 11-inch 180- thorlty and Tennessee State one of the northern strongholds ofGo 'rDor George
1 10 MINUTE EXHIBITION e IC IINI. pound All-District back from University track coach, was
bttwttnGLOBETROTTERS 7 Crown. INCIOIUUPATIO Wallace in his bid for presidency.) "In 1965, three white boys
l Jack Yates High School who is named to the 11-man
e COVIM out there attacked and beat a Black boy to death with a baseball
Say Seagram's and Be Sure. a C CARPORT COMMUCIAlMAD9UIII recorded U having done the 1972 Olympic Committee. bat. Today, four years latert those boys are ,free on.appeal'
AND A TEAM OF RADIO I ANSCANONII 100-yard dash In ... seconds Temple is in the nineteenth year bonds" .
A TV PERSONALITIES and Jack Harold 6-foot, !8- as the university's Olympic .
pelaaLAls ICIIIHIAIU During the 1930s, Cicero was the home turf of notorious
INCLUDING > IIMIII Inch, 290-pound tackle from medal-winning Tigerbellementor gangster Al Capone, and his brother still from
I operates out
Id Cein.WJXT TV Booker T. WI.Ih1JIctODBllh and will be entering his
Manages .
i fflere.' With a record lake that,0 it is no wonder that out of apopulation
Tern Adams School. fourth year on the committee.
-WPDQ of not
over 20,000 a single Black family is allowedto
Loyola University, Charley He wuchafrmtadtheselectlx .
MatCooney-WFOA-TV live la that su>prh.
Powell, third-year basketball committee in 196$. This group
"Oh, thousands of Black people are allowed to go Into Cicero
Crewi-WDCJ has become the second is for
player, responsible selecting
\ during the day to work In Western Electric a division of the
i Watch highest scorer In the history coaches and trainers
WaltDunbarWFGA.TVLindsey managers Bell Telephone System, ATAT, and a number of other industries
of Loyola cage wars. He has for the various squads of United
doing national business (even some with government contracts
English-WVOJ ),
This Clowi averaged 23 points for the States athletes. The committee
but Black "
every persom must be by sundown
: : Walt Friend-Channel 7 season, with a total of 1,407 is composed of 21 people, with "What.till' D does Alcindor Russell gone or Chamberhln !have
: '' points to his credit. Taune's ,the AAU picking 11. Vivian
G.IG.Imore-WBIX do with "
71 81 26rt. Cicero? still another member of b* group asked
Harold Sylveater also has bad Brown formerly of the schoolis
"Well, the way I see it. It's a matter of
Larry Jacobt-WRHC or-a question
} 1 quite a, season and Is on the one of the AAU members of values.." .
Tom -2I-11 starting line of Ms squid. already named. She is now
Kennington-WPDQ cage : ."I don't get it, man? the brother asked aaJn..
9 I' ; Abraham King-WRHC 5 :r-tl Both are Negroes teaching n Cleveland.' "Well, I was so wrapped up In my thing in what I.was doing

; Jim MannWVOJUu .:. :when I was playing ball, I didn't have time to figure it all oat,
Speicer Prefers
" ShaboM-WJAX ; ._ HiywootJ ,and with' all that money nobody could tell me a damned thing,
about' Black unity or pride or Black fact
.. '" power we
Jim Shirah-WAPE \ Edicetioi To Pro Balliii were told don't Join the NAACP or any other contro,erslal

Fred Siubbi-WJAX groups..nt it. the NAACP a controversial groin: what a laurfL,
(1"1 33$5T3Sonnetlmes NEW YORK College says I Spencerl:, ''Now the point Is this, if Alcindor Is worth million dollars
RenWayneWAPEJACKSONVILLE sophomore Spencer Haywood, Some of Spencer's confidence to the ABA (and ;.It 'roes without saying he must be. since he.
me outstanding player on the that he could make It In pro can draw fl times that ouch for the league and if Bill Russell1\
: : lit' UJS. Olympic basketball team, ball"'now I comes from his ex-' can. come out of the hospital 'to win aa Important game, or'
:: He'. down He Adds Subtracts" thinks he could play in the 'perlence: playing weekend possibly another league fthamilonshlp, for his team,or the futureof
_.-J He works it all ., pro ranks right now, but says summer"league games where the fakers rests with the future of Wilt Chambetlat .Jhea It
Lj COLISEUM tuciuMTimiCMrMVira.iuiiKoim n.etnoor.u" MID MITM mini around. he prefers to finish his edaca 'be more than held his own with .seems theM fine Black athletes should have some value beyond
: 27 lion at Detroit such pros as Eddie: Miles and the salaries they command
1944 ?
, .::1 \ an article In the current Sonny Dove of'the Detroit' "Yeah, I know Rassell has-made somewhat of a distinction, by

: :i SISTER IESSIE. Issue of Look Magazine Hay Pistons. : being billed as player-coach.* But be Is the. first major Black
i SATURDAY! Coming Attraction wood says he would emulate In terns of basketball the> athlete in a professional sport to attain even that kind of qnaslcoachlng -
, )" I '((TMI5IT) She will read your entire life-past,present and Bill Russell of the Boston .*.", ceiter concedes be: post UIi.In .
t ; future. She asks no questions but will tell you Celtics and Elgin Baylor of the "doesn't really like the college fact, the Black athlete usually apeGdIII 10 or It years ta
,"f: t I-00 t\M. what you want to know, giving dates and facts of 11.- 51376MAN'S /& Los Angeles Lakers. .game that much. But be doesn't professional sports,, only to be turned back to the same social'

; ':- TICKET business, love health am. family affairs. Will] "On defense, would be a want ,to worry about what happens environment from which he was plucked! to become:a. star ,
;' PRICES help you find boat art. Tells you whom yon will] DAYSNUMBERED blocking center like Russell, "if there's an accident, attraction and financial asset to white-owned. tams". ,*U'
, $ marry and when. If the one yon love Is true, what while on offense. ; I would try and t, cant, play pro ,ball.--! "Cottt'on, leas what's the point }*
Zoo. to do tots successful.Will reunite the separated, to be driving forward like "Look brother) b many of the cities where professional teams

locate absent friends and relatives, and cause Baylor .- ''O.I.Clib's
happiness, between man and wife. Helps/ makeup or Its WD.n., soak with SOON authority They have, when it.wu .
) $250 lovers' quarrels Tells If sickness and bad <"Mans Days are Numbered.! '" Loris Named Teals to the advantage of the team, or the league, brokeadowndisci '\
? Joe Award
luck are natural enemies, or If there Is an evil __ Health and Fortune can be Imlnatton of tenants la public accommodations even i to

Influence. Does not tell to please you,but will tell the truth. One Yours when you know your To Alibmi Stale. ;ATLANTA, Oi.:_:As to previous southern cities. y .._ *
' : t $31.PMNE3542841: visit will repay. you for disappointments In all others. She will Lucky Days. years, sports celebrities "I know I was en three teams thalbad racial Incidents In! tone,

t read your life like an open book, but also help yon out of your Lucky Colors ect. were honored at the 34tnamraa little old southern town, and MM big lawyer would come fa end
TROUBLES!Come and see why you are so unhappy, when *Send |2 00 for, :Hill :Of f Fa.e.BrKAIGnAI&Ala ,. 100%",Wrong Club Jamboree say to the mayor or somebody: 'Look we can take this money
l ,, .=: 'I everything seems to go wrong Why be sad and downhearted,' Horoscope Guide your for ::-'Former Banquet held In.Atlanta, re*' to the next town U you dont want to play ball, now UU those
sick and worried when you can be helped and everything nude ,eeatyr Among the honored, silly bigots to let those Back boys alone,and hen, they let ."
World Heavyweight boxing;
--- clear by consulting THB CtfTED' MEDIUM. MARCH rl N"Yeah -
"tiI w champion Joe Louis, along washsera guests was: bead football coach
, come. NO MAIL ANSWERED. I make no home calls. Don'tmistake others was Infected Into Borasby Howell of AAT State but what's that got to do win Cicero
'JWlYATIMS ACCfJ'TED' the address. 8BTER BESSIE !s located north of'' Fill la the blank. below andmall Alabama, Sports, Ball of tUverstty Greensboro, North "Sane difference, brother B the buteCb&D teams in a league
; Callahan on ULl, 1/* mile from City of Callahan Florida. to ZODIAC Post Office: the Carolina: who received till cad nt Uytntr and strike down dlscrlaUse tine,men tte factor*,
Phone: 5T9.1250.WATCH Box 1171, ,Jacksonville, Fla., .Fame loon as theBrown Ralph C. Robinson Coach of In a town like: Cicero can get together and say
:... .-:1:1.: : FORBXRSIGNDfFRONTOPHOtBEJlcrwsthe" street- ,, 'JWII' Bomber Lad, reigned as champion the Tear Award.'' Under) his 'Look,..'n gettinc t Black: eye from the Black people,team L- ;
averment and we're bad
netting a image in the
'' 1M1 to M4I and defended guidance the' Aggies earned pwbllc eye,
MMMTII IM-Mft ,0pen daily from I a.m. to 10 p.m, STRICT his from title surf than nay other the 10 i Wrotij Che's Collegi and h, ins to do something about It We plan to move a. __:,
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I' Clevelanders Plan $100-A-Plate Campaign Dinner For Stokes On March 6 I

Mayor Remains Sileat OH Pled

Ossie Davis St. Aiftstilt's I
Negro Manufacturers Expand Bet Does Not Stop Arrongenaifs

Sfiduts I la )1 (if 1 1 CLEVELAND -(NPI)-The white policemen from the riot
;l ., XJ opening of Mayor Carl B. area the night after the disturb

Talk ..... Stokes' re-election campaign! ...
Ciltirft 1 keeps hopes high that Black Several Black Nationalists
A I '.., .. people will continue to hold cused of taking part in the
A a- Stadeats iron Saint '" political power In key cities disorder are expected to go ott
Aigastlne's and five throughout the nation. trial in the spring. The trial
participating colleges will talk .-- -- Stokes' supportersbegan could revive the riot Issue and
11 with a mutter of the nation's paigning for his re-election at thus Stokes' election chances

top novelists, critic, and poets the same time that two Black may be altered
:throng Saint Augustine's am- people were given strong The outcome of Los Angeles'
plified telephone facilities, chances to come out ahead in mayoral elections at least
daring special semester Los Angeles' mayoral primaries as crucial to Black political
coarse la Contemporary Liter April 1. power u the chances Stokes''

ature. Gary already has a Negro re-election, for the City of the
The coarse wlUlnclide mayor Richard G.Hatcher,and Angels claims to be the nation's
lectures and discussions with efforts are being made to elect second largest)'population
Joseph Wood Kratch. critic one in Newark. N,J. Both cities and one of the United States'
and television commentator, have Black majorities. fastest growing urban areas.
Richard Wilbur and Karl Sha- Washington's mayor (or commissioner On the negative side, Los
plro, potts winners of Pmlltser ), Walter Washington, .Angeles Is the scene of more
Pries and tt the 'BoUlngen\ .l Is appointed by the President. than one race riot In recent

prize, ,John. Clardl, poetry I. 3 (Actually, Washington was appointed years. And its Negropopuiation
editor of The Saturday Review,. by''former President Is comparatively small about
and two other Pulitzer Prise Lyndon B. Johnson and reappointed one fifth of the total.
winners, WJ Snodgrass- and I ,.- ti by President Richard (By comparison, Negroes
William Styron (The Conies- II Nixon make up more than a third of
smillngOssle* Davis displays the first award of the Foundation slons of Nat Turner). James o 41 The election or re-election of Cleveland's population)
For.Research and Education in the Sickle Cell disease,In.Hew Dickey, ArchbaldMacLelsh, : Black mayors in Cleveland and Even so, two Black people are
York City. Ruby Dee, his wife, was also honored in absentia, Kurt 'Yonaegut and Joseph r'kwlR''9.;;,,;.,F-K4-" :.- Los Angeles would help build given a chance to win In Los
sine she was In Hollywood with Peyton Place. On the left is Dr i Beller will lecture, u will two negro manufacturers ud. Officials of the Cannolene Company of Atlanta, discuss expanding Black political power and give Angeles' mayoral primary.One .
Doris Wethers. Next Is Ret Wyatt T. Walker presenter of the Metro authors, the famed Ralph production schedules and advertising plans for the company's line of hair beauty aids and c. edence to the view that the Is retired Black police
award. To the far right is Dr. Yvette F. Francis. Dr. Wethers Ellison (Invisible KIll) and the the new "Uystery of Black" line, with J.R. Peon, Woolworth buyer In the picture left to doors of opportunity are open to lieutenant Thomas W. Bradley,
,and Dr. Francis are founders of the Foundation. notorious LeRol Joss right are Cannolene's Robert 0. Cannon president; Robert Lewis, advertising director anyone in this country who Is currently a city councilman
"What Is the nature and meaning Woolworth's ; Stokes himself not announce ; and the other is Mrs
J.H. Swan and William R. Gllos of East
Orange N.J.I manufacturer's
Note! Actor Motored For Help of current American sentative. ; NPI Photo repre re-elections plans. But he did Ladle B. Steels a sewing
writing' Is a major questionto nothing to stophisbackersfromannouncing machine operator, who would,
|I. Stoppiif Sickle Cell Aienii be discussed. a $100-a-plata If selected either In the primary -
The course Is planned by Jack AIT Stets Uiitesity Gets Commissioner dinner for the mayor to be held or the runoff, be the first
NEW YORK- The Foundation any other disease commonly LaZebnlk of Stephens Collegein March .. Black woman mayor in the
for Research and Education In thought to be the leading killer- .Columbia, Uo. A poet, be M At the dinner, Stokes will be nation.
Sickle Cell Disease presented among all people regardless wrote a novel, The Death of For Special Exploration Range Wants Parks persuaded\ to seek a second Of the two, best chances are
its first annul Humanitarian) of race. Nero, which won an Avery two-year term In November.A given to Bradley to unseat incumbent
GREENSBORO education.
'Award to actor Oasis Davis Dr. Yvette F. Francis who :Hopwood Award It will be State N.C. ALT now of hither crucial issue In the mayor's Mayor Sam Yortywhois
and his wife Ruby Dee last spoke for the foundation pointed directed at Saint Augustine's University has been They are attemptlngtodlscover Under ExpresswaysMIAMI re-election is his handling of seeking a third term In the
to participate in a our needs in such things as
Sunday afternoon in an impressive out that very little rtl.arclllIId by the well-known poet, Sam the riot in the Glenville area four-year, $3J,000-annually
nique program designed to academic new programs -City CommissionerAthalle
educational Information Los chief
attended Is Bradley. last position as Angeles'
ceremony by summer
seek solutions Miami
to several key specialized equipment Range of recently -
leading New Yorkers at the available to the general public Amplified telephones which Police and conser,atlves crltklzed executive
.problemi and
now facing: and scholarship fellowship suggested
predom-) ,
Institute of International Ed. on the ravages of the disease epable students to talk with him for withdrawing ... .
nantly-black 011.ill and aid for teachers and students"During for openings under expressways
oration perhaps because Sickle Cell notables and authorities In
building overlooklngthe
universities. their at AiT the other than for off-
United Natlontne: award,which anemia is not a major concern various fields have been used
was presented to the couple by of the majority group in this In various courses at'St.:.:An"gustine. than Representatives 22 national from corporations more .business facilities leaders and toured met campus and .street Commissioner parking Range noted SEAFOOD CENTER
the Rev. 'Wyatt T. Walker, country, only the minority Dr. The "tel.l.ctne"prop'1IDI !
Francis visited the university to Initiate discussed programs with that small recreational areas 134 N MYRTLE AVE HE14U |
l Dr. Doris
rllllr.oc1ate of the late are supervised by me
a new "Cluster Concept." university officials. Accomplishing could be set Jhe expressway
Dr. Martin Luther Wethers, a prominent pediatrician Director of up.
King Jr., Special Projects, 'LARCIMULLEf'
Black institutions
have received the group to itself might serve as a top 39
is to be to at Knickerbocker Hospital Dr. Norman Da"... L$.
presented annually C BUCK SHADSPECKLED
financial aid in the past Greensboro was MJ. Bordelon for protection. Mrs. Range said
two in New York, have both been In the current
outstanding persons program,
from Idea.
individual firms. The administrative coordinator for she planned to carry the
and female in the forefront of a campaign TROUT 69 'Ib.
) who through a participating colleges are: Cluster Concept marks the first Plans for Progress. to the Metro officials.
generous contribution of time, to alert the public to the Webster College, St. Louis,. time that a number of firms BLACK SEA BASS 59' lb.
energy, devotion and dedication damaging effects of the d1N.MaDd Uo.| Langston, University, ,
has to' k coopers-
agreed w or :
RED 95'
have bad the assistanceand
will have emphasised the Ungston, Okla. Crambling lively for these colleges.The I .
humanitarian approach to tn> support ofadedlcatedgroupof College, Crambling la.; and program is an outgrowth7rt STEAK FILLETS .:. 98 lb.

health problems of all people.. laymen Bishop. 'College. ,, Dallas TeDl.O. Plans for Progress, a vogluntary (42e .MAINE. LOBSTER. /3".Ib.
; -
In accepting the award on H v +* effort by the American0eMflra e e e -f THE FREEZER LOCKER Ofl".

behalf of himself and his wife,:.' ,1..Jl "t:5.A: : ..:i.r.'tlielids \ MrfnMcna :' ,in business and Industry I .4.rt91 I 1'lw/r,Mw*.Ib.$1/3. __ rolt'is.A.R1 Raw* SIKmgCrobUgt _.
actre.e"-R\iby- DCe"'uA ,I I wvT'fl p '\aggressively. promote and YOUR OWN ....Ib. $I.U Sn.PP"f'an.' ....i,.b /V'Fomout 1

in Hollywood on 6i ii [elders Appeil= implement ,equal employment HOMEALLBRICK ulhrn Bell Snap,..'rh,.." *.... Ht IT1' '
location with the Peyton Place opportunity.Dr. Ire.d.d Crab....... 30'tnch finch M ol.............11,.79
television series) Davis stated !
Frederick ,
WASHINGTON-(NPIThl gang leader Jeff ; ROESHAD -'- ';.,
humourously but seriously that
charge director
of planning and development
a .
Supreme Court has
"we've finally got something forourselves 3BEDROOMrii MACKEREL
at ALT, said theuniversity
declined resisting arrest
that the white man to consider CIlleICO'Florida
hasn't got. It is Sickle Cell :fort, who sought to have the :realise could eventually Ae low ac t WHITING ..:,......................... Lb.49C
tremendous support
Jinlor .court review an Illinois law
Disease. It's our own thing, from the Cluster tNo.N .
and we must deal with it our Plans against resisting arrest, appealed because "'lbla G 5P AY REFUSE
selves in our own way." He College a decision by the new,prgram MOOS WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS
seekstoplacethepredominantlyNegro $
suggested that every Black New OliDois Appellate Court January V.rla No Waiting..(',edit A roved on Spot:
institution into
Two Campnsesthe 1$. which held that be the t lo
American In the country IhouldfIIPPOI't aft Ol BALES OrFICE at As Low As
this program and indeed two permanent campusesof ; ,.bad- been legally arrested. FAMU Schedules DIVISION & 20th ST. EXP,
Black people throughout the the Flodb Jjnlor Collage ,1966.
world must face up to the fact at"Jacksonville will be ready Blackstone One) of the leaders of the Press WorkshopFor RAH PARK $195 down
that Sickle Cell Anemia is for oocnpauIn the (allot 191) Rangers gang Fort
detrimental to the health of If the present Jjastri-Uxi was arrested In Chicago with
the darker race. One out 'of timetable Is kept acordllB to four other young men during' April ..............................,. ,',65 AOIOl MUSTANG NEATER ,.' .$905!
.every ten Black persons is Dr. J. Bruce Wilson, pres'dantof a police Investigation of a shotgun TALLAHASSEE, Fla. The J660LDS. TORONADO .$
subject to Inherit the disease the college theft. 19th/ Annual Florida Ail university 'nniAina tiS T/ "Uil .ID 'UT E EE 65 AIR CADILLAC:ONDITIONED NEW 69 SPEC.TIRES, A FLEETWOOD
from or both of his pIleD' Clearing almost completed! Police said Fort used profanity' Interscholastic Press 'LOADED AND A REAL RUY. I .. .$2595

According to medical statistics on the 130-acce site of the and struck a policeman who Workshop will be held April 66 CADILLAC COUPE DEV1LLK: .. . $33&
available on the more North Campus located on tried to grab 1I1Ii"'. The gang a.lI, 1989. 'i S LOW PRICE i ffl\l GADILLAC ob AIR. eoNOITIONi0' VINYL IlOO'. tow_.,

widely-known crippling' Capper Road. Construction: leader argued that the policeman How-to-do-lt methods will be 68 : SEDAN DEVILLE ., .. :$5195

diseases Sickle Cell Disease shoull begli la late March. had no Justification for discussed for both high school 67 VINYL CADILLAC ROOP COUPE( LOADED DfcVILLE WITH IOUIFMINT. .: .
grabbing him and that the action $4295
attacks more people percent The campus; Is to be developedin amounted to newspapers and Yearbooks. !- DRUG STORE NEEDS. i SSfNtVtlSYLV&V I AIR' et>NDITIONiICT.. WINDOWS LADY

age-wise within the Black race three phaseS the first of an unprovokedattack. Registration for the workshopwill 68 P6NTIAC' CATALINA . . ... . $2995
than either cystic flbrosis, which will accommodate 9,000 be held on Thursday after U l?! A&??,*, M'TOI>' AIR' CONDITIONED FACTORY TRANiMRAILS.

luekemla, multiple scleroslsor students. noon oa April I. ...Trade with Your Neighborhood Drug Store. WE WILLMEET. 68 BUICK I ELEC. 225 .. .. ... . . ... $3995

Rayco Helps Small Business :ANY PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS we deliver.. 6mmWrWfir I ."UTY-. .-<. .. 12693
2 We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions.Dixie AIR ''DITION B '- Alf WARRANTY
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68 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX . . . $3595.
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family in here- 4he man's MM of our top technical eq1Deerl-
'and we don't want to loon him; we need him. The Rodent Council Central !
't "So keep your people away from him.w.don't want any trouble. Academy High attended the Freshman parents metal the
B there ii, we will start looklnf for otter cities for the expansion ,District JO,Florida Association C.A. Library organisational
we have pinned.\ of Student Council Workshop purposes last week. IJlanswere'brought
"The key of the whole thing Is that the Alclndors.Russells which washel4Ssturi y,February forward for the 1969
Bares, and Chamberlains should be encouraged to let together ---i-: 22, in Orlando. Those edition of the Freshman Bali
with SCLC or Operation Breadbasket, or somebody and say: 11 1TUr1i.llITf ;"i ---- attending were Jessie Johnson, All parents freshman students
"'We want open housing Cicero, and no Iwa meDt. We want Cassandra Miller, NathanTaylor at Central Academy are urged
,Black college coaches In th Big Ten, and no player-coaches I i rr Bernie Gibson, Phyllis to join. The sponsors are Mrs.
,We want Muhammed Alfk title and his recognition restored, / Johnson and Mr. H.O. Gill, Edna K. Plnkney George A.
without financial penalties or suspended prison termst We want iJ//P/ AIa\ advisor. Dean., Adam Bostwick, and
Andrew Miracle.
Black advertising public relations firms toh".lIIbetaDtJ&l A 4G y These students participated in
Mrs Goldla L. C.A.
piece of the league's advertising at the same rates you pay a f tt group discussions on finding Long
librarian from school
white firmsl..0therwlse we won't play bI.l1. get ill" i 3 solutions to various school was away
"Yeah that's cool, brother .but isn't" I problems. Bernie Gibson and for two days last week. Along
"Mini That's what they want you to believe that you're being F Cassandra Miller, both Juniors with Dr. J.A. Long, Jr., she
illegal, or, dishonest or asking for too much. No, It'. not ', and in 11A section gave the attended a meeting on religion
1 best solution to solving a problem. and medicine at the AmerlcU
coercion! It's politics: bargaining from a position of strength.
They have lobbyists In Washington trying to get laws passedto Medical Association Building
their advantage and they work In cahoots with the money and Mr. Adam Bostlck's seventh in Chicago.The .
political establishments every major city. lan, at the risk of grade science classes made a
losing all the money whites are making off of Black athletes, tour of the facilities at the Marching Bulldogs have
those guys could turn this country around if they wanted to, but Putnam County Fire Control received an invitation to participate
they have to be threatened or challenged do yon see?" Tower in Hollister and visited in the Annual Asalea
"Yeah yeah.Man. why didn't we think of something like that the generating plant owned by Festival Parade, as announced
when wo were playing ball?." Florida Power and Light Co., by band director Abram Alexander -
"I don't know man...maybe we had to learn now whltey plays East Palatka. Lecturers for ,
the game or maybe we had to learn how to get together but if these visits were Mr.Coleman,
we could pull something like that off it would be great. Before a Mr. Bob Wilson, Mr. Douglas, Mrs Rosa K. Ragsdale, who
long some guy from the ABA would come asking.MayorJDaley, r r and Mr. Danny Moore. has been quite ill since November
'How much do you thing we oughia pay for Cicero? We have to The chemistry class,under the has returned to her position
buy it, so we can have open housing for a couple of our Black sponsorship of Mr. H.O Gill, as chairman of the mathematics
players" visited the Gainesville Water department. All of the school

"Man, you'd see the mayor shuffle across his Blgelow rug Works Friday February 21. family welcome her back.
turn, scratching his head, and look at the man In a puzzled Mr. Davis served as guide on Persons recently out with Illnesses -
manner asking 'They're getting smarter every year and ;g. the tour of the plant.Many things Included Mrs.L.W.Sea-
harder to control aren't they?' and the guy would answer in an + 1r, about the water supply and the bury Mrs. Mary T. Maxwell,
equally puttied tone 'Yeah, but what are you gonna do? you can't }n I tr process !in which It undergoes Harold "Buster" Hobbs Mrs.
play ball without 'emt"' before one Is permittedtodrlnk R. Fisher Mr.Andrew Miracle.
'Yeah I know' the Mayor would say 'but wasn't it great + 4 were shown. Students observedthe Mr. Joe Marvin and Mr. Abram
before they got smart'I"/ water process from the time Alexander.
''"Hey look) the crowd Is coming" the lookout man shouts 41' I lit was extracted from the -
-4 "Come on. Let's get over.there and show whitey we're getting Into a huge tank, Nathaniel McCall a graduate
it together on all levels." until it Is ready to be chan of Central Academy High classof
"Yeah let's go" another says, thinking of himself "Man, if nelled into someone's home 1968, Timothy Collier sponsor -
we !had only listened to that togetherness stuff, if we !had worked Ex-Lax Inc, in cooperation with the American Nurses AIRocll8ster School of Medicine tells the story of Mary Mlhoney, tt was shown how lime, soda was a visitor on campus
together instead of doing our own thing we wouldn't have to be sociation presented unique program in Rochester recently It first Black graduate nurse, ((in blow-up photo). The musicianswas ash, fluorine and other chemical Jast week. He has spent the last
,nut here In thiscold wind and snow, trying to make*,point." called "Nursing Can Turn You On," It was a soul seminar. are known as America's Children additives were mixed to 17 days home and now enrouteto
In the picture Professor Cornelia Porter of the University of help purify water. Four 'wells Camp Grlger. He is the son

Black Chamber Of Commerce were shown where water is o: Mrs. Lila McCall., 2009'
drilled, two of which are from Washington Street.
j Tells Advertisers Off About Poor IdeasThe
Joe Block OR SportsCONTINUED (00 to 500 feet deep, and rwc
Worries Abort Snail Concerns ,
j of which are 1,000 feet. Duke Ellington
Identification factor that a New York Negro consulting
4 A National Black Economic spokesman for conveners of the FROM P. 8.
f Development Conference originally conference.The should be provided on the partof firm. believed that by In condition ,he is ,merely a thrower and The boys basketball team Orchestra Ever
Mrs. Archer's
advertisers and their work has stay ended the 1968-69
scheduled for this month, meeting is scheduled in and, on the when the winning run is on season this
to make their advertising brought her in close contact
week in
agencies the Annual
has been rescheduled for April Detroit, at the McGregor Centerof with field that I had earned the second base WUJieMcCovey District 8B Tops In MusicDuke
effective and believable numerous youth women'sand Basketball
2527. Wayne State University. privilege to bat. How do they is at the plate you'd better Tournament at Bun-
Announcement of the change The conference is designed to in thenatlon'sNegrocommunltywill mixed groups throughout thing a major league hurler believe no pitcher is going to Mi High School, February Ellington and his band
additional the United States of which she In
require some 15-28 Jacksonville last
Coach were week
was made by the Rev. Lucius bring together members of the will feel when he Is denied the worry about 20 seconds. Willard Cooper
homework says an author says, "If advertisers and their entered the tourney with a 8-8 and, before most appreciative
Walker Jr., executive directorof Black community who are Involved opportunity to be a complete'ball The above two rules will also
whose book has a good deal to agencies were to spend some record against Class A, B, andC audience c.eated a beautiful
the Interriliglous Foundation economic developmentIn time the player. If the Rules Com- eliminate,some of the strategy
do with identification understanding Negro, mosiac of
teams. beautiful music which
for CommunltyOrgastzatlonsnd, ghetto ar.... From the meeting mittee /had only reminisced to of baseball.
Mrs. Elsie Archer is the there might! be a new wave of Miss Mary Sarah Williams, really left nothing to be desired.
is expected to come a their boyhood days and If the owners want to make
author of "Let's Face It creativity in advertising."
a An
graduate of Central Academy Ellington concert always
remembered that it not baseball then
was exciting
consensus to
Ga. on approaches game
Brunswick, ghetto! economic development.Plans grooming book for I1r' of "Photographs pictures and fun playing baseball when you it is my suggestion that they class of 1965, and St. Johns leaves one, not only with a
cr. published in a revised terminology involving/ Black River Junior College was recently longing for more of his originalsand
The Super Express will SP QI for the conference are never !bad the opportunity to refrain from changing the rules
version by J.B. Lippincott Americans are all having mixed selected memberof his anangements but it
as a ,
son the Swan SUvertonesof New and concentrate
being coordinated by IFCO a on Impressing
Company Mrs. Archer wrote reactions and there are some bat.Another "Who's Who in American continually calls to mind that the
York oa Tuesday March 4, In coalition ot national religious rule that will 'only upon the pitchers that hitting
her book out of experiences developing levels in the Negro Colleges and Universities.Miss best music is the most substantial
Selden fart. EvangellstSblrley: agencies and local community prolong baseball games Is the is.a skill. They should try toemphulr.e -
as a magazine fashion editor, community with which adverJ Williams was an outstanding the most tuneful.
Caesar and Singers of North land I
groups which coordinates com-: ruling remember during on'today's playersto
Carolina and the Vlollnalres, munity organization efforts of a representative! of a pattern tisers and agencies should be).. my playing days they endeavoredto concentrate on bitting home student at C.!. where she was Really this orchestra is a
of Michigan will be present. ,its 21-member bodies. company and a consultant with familiar. put such a rule Into effect. runs rather than mastering the active In the New Homemakers combination of the best In talent
-- M Champion Social Clu h I The umpire did not pressurethe technique of bat control of America and the C.A.MarchIng throughout America Each man,
Band This lady Is even the younger ones, shows
pitchers when they found other words going with the pitch. young
.. Champion Social Club out that they could not give a My other suggestion Is that the daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. that years of study and application
................ ..00DNLY The Champion Social and suitable answer when the greater stress ,be placed on Fred Coley 122 N. 10th Street. studies on Improvisation,

Specials Cud At Charity Club will present their pitchers asked why are you players giving 100% on the The Annual Future Home- studies on harmony, nave made
I annual charity musical at St. trying to deprive me of earninga field-the hustle, even though makers talent show was held on him superb in his field John
: 'Kills Rill i lid III i J. Paul AME Church on May 28 Ilvelyhood in major league some of It is false has been Friday night Mrs, L.E. Asia Hodges is a fine example of
,at 7.30 p,m. Vn. Mary Nealy baseball. eliminated was sponsor Lawrence Hut- that.
t Diiis Struts
''Ith The We will not g3 into
will be featured. A pitcher must think otherwise caerson, former C.A student our appreciation
*21st I Mjrtli, All Essie Mae Scoff now attending St. Johns River of each number or

I J =..... ..*... ............... Junior College was emcee. of each artist, Suffice it to say
': 33rl t MiicriifEiimitf Plans Anniversary Woodworking n class T.L. that the presence of Duke and
Barber teacher., is making the orchestra will never be
., at Clmliii1 nod .' E Will Buy Money' E Essie Mae Scott gospel outdoor signs that show the forgotten by the many whowere
singer will celebrate her
school name. This !Is done In present
FRI. -FEB 28 thru thirteenth
: anniversary onMarch school colors purple and gold.
: WED 5th. P i : $1.50 For Silver Dollars : 26 at the first Born WJ. Seabury, guidance counselor -
-MARCH :Temple 825 West Monroe
was panelist on the recent Leaders
: '.............. ... : Will Biy" )5 I $10 Mi Pieces .: r Street.All are invited St. Johns River Junior College- Prominent .
area high school meet held at
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: Call Charlie, 356-5357 : :flbe college.
j REG. 7.85Distilled o Harold "Buster" Hobbs C.A. begin to assist the poor'in
i 8. Corer 20tb t Fiirfii. ST. Gn. : TOOTHACHE curriculum specialist and gaining the power they need to
: < And Bottled In ScoMARTIN'S hand : ......... ................ seniors, Carolyn Chandler,. control their own destinies,"
Dont wHtr -riliivt Sharon Jones, Teresa Latson Dr. Hargraves said.
Min' hi seconds iORAJEL million i do with l ,
:, Many:: dintiitl recommend Louise Graham,Beverly Hardy The conference was designedto
: VV 0 : SUNDAY mini ORAJEL until you get t Carolyn Edwards Vandlne lift up the sltuatlon-botbthe
-'I. MARCH 2-8:30: P.,. i protiuloni! triitmorajel' :,...". ". ,. Washington, Richard Alex problems and the Internal resources -
: t't ,- ;..7 slider; Cassandra Cooper, groups muster to meet
JACKSOHVUIE COLISEUM Bernard Sasnders, Jackie these problems-of the Black,
tickers, Harold Felder Tyrone Appalachian White, Spanish-
: BOTTLE, : CC99 : FOR MEN AN WOMEN'OF Cowan, and Goldla Williams speaking and Original American
'i '," THE GREATEST SHOW OF spent) a day recently as guests (Ondlan)) groups In Chicago.
: ;' ALL AGES of the, St. Johns River Junior Of these groups the Original
,, 131 All Jilts College All reported awondsr- Americans claimed to be the
r 6.95 Take New IMPROVED TJlRf: nil visit. most invisible. For example,
: : J FIFTH at the welfare hearing
TABLETS for that tired, fun, speakers -
IN PERSOYt ON ST.4CETHE down fee11nCthatbepaollfrom repeatedjy claimed their
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1QO Tablets S3.00; 200Tkblets' cal w. Mb st. 1 bedroom, un-., and poor white residents of the
RE40Ga CHIVAS I REGAL : WORLD NO.* 1 f MALE' VOCALIST '500. $1.00 deposit on COO'S.': furnished apartment.$55.OOper city-but no OM mentioned the
EMPIRE PRODUCTS ft SALES' mI). 387-1201 Indlans-n omission not lost
,tept) FS, 5937 Broadway, on the Indian delegates present.
12 Yr.Oldf, SCh : OTCH, 'r Chlcaro Illinois 60626 Wanted or not, the conference
JAMES : BROWN fll SALE apparently did serve its purpose
I. of opening the eyes of the 1,200
WILD Tl URKEY ,IEEI.U'1, 224 Spearing St. 26 rooms and participants.
WILD 3-bath home. Low down pay- "My conscience has been
101 Pr. STMKI IT :IOOROON t.OVEMoney 'Probli m7.. I 1Df'"> ...>. balance. $125,00 per I, mangled," one white minister
r3 '; Let Me Help You said. "I Just have to quit fooling
: 4ea- h -K AH ,his Inn 10 Piiei Said Strictly Confidential IDU 4-unlt apartment around and go back home and.
': :1. : ? 3 2 2.95- WAMSAIDE.Dept.FS bulWw,,. 8 rooms and bath in do something/ "
; fccj 5tk BoKIIIRondeboscll each apartment. $15,000.' The conference members
Cape Terms. adopted resolutions backing
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'/ Realtors. practices by ,refusing to 0 do

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