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:
December 6, 1969


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


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

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


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Judge John Connell warned
FULL INTEGRATION more than 1,000 black 'students

: demonstrators demanding
that the Lincoln High
we School name be kept as a
J Symbol warned that ,: after

the fifth day of defiance, they

PLANNED FOR 1970 might find institutions themselves in correctional

This stern warning was given

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* "'TTT and children. .

OrgaNisatioNFollows Judge Connell pointed out
/ likewise that the parents could
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y., Govt., well be considered guilty of
"Sf :. '. ,blame because of their par

.r y+ "Big Job" Says. Order OH. Bias 1 J., ,,"'I., "I"'i' ".: .",t '.t "4al"k' ticipating and because in the of demonstrations their sups.

Nay ORLEANS:-The United port the dissident students
of this WASHINGTON Tae Natchez I t. A School Board meeting,.
States Court Appeals
Trace Golf; club near Tupelo Jammed, was the occasion for
16 school districts .
week ordered ChairmanEarlier r.t .i4t\\ '
In six southern states, Group tried to avoid Integration of the remarks by the Judge.
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its membership and still seR, \ t Judge Connell,was Invited by
one of which is Florida, to 'Ft(,
cure a $265,000 loan from the >> ,the chairman of the school
have Integrated school systems this week the Bold New City's.Special Committee on Federal "Government. Its \t. :' ;IJ ., .'\/., board. '
in full operation by the Replacement for Councilman, during his suspension .' y.d. '
the Oscar Taylor membership and Its officers the black
fall of 1970, and attendant upon his being relieved of the duties of sub' The Student Patrol of Darnell Cookman Junior High School was presented recently with a' During meeting one
The Duval County School ,office pending a forthcoming Investigation of alleged conflict employed to every buck the law. year's supply: of Safety Patrol Belts by the Police Recorder Magazine. The police! Recorder "courthouse we in a Juvenile
terfuge or a meeting
board turned in a voluminous interest Involvement and alleged,acceptance olbrlbes., ouDdit. The government checked, published by Consolidated Publications Inc, is distributed In fourteen states Consolidated the school board" Connell
report of Its plans to the United Publications and the Police Recorder presented the belts to many Florida schools asa
kind dilemma.
self in Of
States District Court a revelation Council for District 7's stll>:, then said "Nol"Recently community project. From left to right In the picture above are: Principal Nathaniel Davis, countered by saying, "When
Immediately the
prejudicedmembership I
here this week. The report of charges against vacant seat. voted wejitfry. Anthony, Hayward, seventh grader, 12 years old, 2806 Davis, Barry Hill, vice president in get in through school, friend, you'llbe
next and extends Council Research Assistant \ for the Recorder and JamesTJernard seventh a .board meet
covers year admit S 'TIle officers charge ,of public relations Ingram, grader, "
recommendations Into 1972 Candy Hitter was Instructed to Negroes 12 years old, 738 West Orange. The Recorder is devoted to aiding and abetting police officers -: ing.
and 1973. check backgrounds of those and members had been warned In their dally work and safety proerams.,,It Is also an aide to department stores and Alex Henry, a black father,
United States District Judge whose names have been submitted. .by the government that loans to other merchants 'in combatting crime. The Recorder publishes the latest practices and said he would be willing to gq
It wtJ A.1 lsd suggested were obtainable only jriiere: towns better to Jail Ion cause he cons\ We:-
the'countr'ln cities
William XMcRae.Ji ord-.t techniques used )by police departments over making and
ered this plan fa jknRiwtr; tttof that anyore. nut heretofore 'there..,...... ..were. no. evidences... ,,,of J-T.W. .tacegtotve-G',. ,' '&rN ''t i \ ** r, J, J/, .,*..** 'id Just.,"He said hn was a law, ..1"i4ding
1tixYwn" ealiaaatnwt, +t ix&* fI1t.rdtc4 :r llIna, .,....,--{-- "0.hdtade; ::, "' :'; 10--;; ( 4. IV but that he did t
1 'menrto' a-l i 60.Integration should not 1 be (:wide..... These loans{ trader .. not fear the law "I have
suit. "" f-r*-*,- ** Chairman Stagl t*& mph- a FHA ,loan program for rural children< ,"''I Henry said,'"out

,The]: order from New orleans .sited a practical approach areas., The program was, Schools: Offer oi. school and they will stay

makes It plain that there will Among names submitted arc Initiated in 1962. out. You can lock me up 'now
those of: Rev R.B.Webster, The loan of $265,000 will go Arrest Aia anytime you are'
be no more dilly-dallying. The y 'Top SalariesTo LProbing .
for building a new golf course. ready;
court has directed that faculties ,rwMARY pastor of St. Stephen A.M.E.'
and staffs must be integrated Church, Charles Brooks, retired : James V. Smith,administrator The confusion derives from
as 'well as transpor high school principal of the Farmer.Home Administration -' Professors e Ac the announced plans ot.the

tation facilities athletics and I SINGLETON .Otis Speights, teacher; Dr. verified that *.*+Yf 'F board to change Lincoln school
there are now three black Into a vacatlonal center and
other extra-curricular activi Councilman Taylor President O.W. McIntosh physician, A tLANT A.--Powerlul white <
; He therefore order remedial
Ernest NevmanDr.John members. school. The blacks
ties. John Lanahan named this .Rev.Lewis dentist, Freddie ttray- ed the honoring of a commitment universities, whether state or As "Harassmentt want to keep the school integrated ,
There be some difficulty to scoutson
may Special Committee, be exact : private, are sending
made earlier with black
and a principal
relations ,
public ,
t itiirTr"fiftaairfTmifti'fi.rtai'i'yii'
In completestudentmixingbecause the of black it"fiiTn
on November 20. campuses > ,
editor of a local newspaper, This loan is one of 750 made a black band leader and black
of the "balance of merger schools of
set the recruiting some
A meeting was by ,
Frank Williams, Jr., employee for recreation projects.About '' ATLANTA. The Federal Bureau of Investigation has launched coaches.
plans. committee at Stanton Vocational 500 projects are golcdurses. 'the best black college professors Atlanta of which the County Superlnt den t"Tiny"
States affected are Mississippi of the Department of Parks available forpretent- into an investigation of a consultant firm e n
School.Councilwoman .
Georgia, Florida, Loui- High and Mrs. Wilner Thompson, ious nationally-known young legislator Julian Bond is part owner' Talbot, In the center
Mary Singleton programs.Not
? of the hassle said he
According to the latest would
slams Alabama and Texas.A Is chairman of the committee retired. Cairo Front only are these Blacks and John Lewis, the latter associated
Another deadline was set for reports, the FBI is looking for not talk with the blacks until
two-step plan of progress Council Sallye Math qualified and given top positions earlier with SNICK,
they returned to A
conflict school.
the of further resumes suspected fraud or a
lion will be employed. Ohe Is and Councilman Earl acceptance .they are paid salaries
M. Hits Sunday of interest having to do witha left the civil rights organization black student leader said they
step orders the court, must Johnson, Negroes, andCoun-, appreciably higher than those government contract. because of its leaning would not,return to school.
be reached not later than February received in black schools.Dr. .
Sanders the top
cilman Johnny .are r toward possible violence.
stockholders of the The school board voted
1 of'1970. It will Include other members. fleck Moving Store SalesCAIRO Edward J. Brantley,vice 'firm Frontiers Unlimited Lewis owns stock in Frontiers to change the name of the
all steps necessary to According to Mrs. Singleton, ,president of Clark College in Unlimited. school
are Charles A. Black and from Lincoln to Lakewood -
complete conversion to the "The Job is bit." However Company ILL.:-"Black, Sun Atlanta, said, '"We're going Lonnie King the latter As chief administrator the .
unitary system, with the exception G"t to have to offer them anywhere pre is the
the chairman Indicated thatit day" in Cairo, tumultuouselty sldent of the Atlanta Chapter brilliant legislator on
of student, body mer will he accomplished. Setback'"WASHINGTON in Illinois, where whites and from$13,000 to$22,000 annually 01 tile NAACP. payroll for $17,000 annually:

gers. The meeting of last Friday ICC blacks seem never to agree, to keep them, and that's Each of these officials 'Is Three other full-time employees
The second step must b e will be 'observed with force more than we can afford." are on the oavrpll. Each Svpreaies'Birdsong
The 30 cent of
said to
reached by the tall term of night committee was poorly itself attended.met, for the :-..The All and strength until Christmas,' Outstanding black universities the stock.own per' earns from $30.00'to$100.00

ft70.: third time Monday morning states-American Van Llnesj the United Front announced are raiding also, It has King draws ,down .$18,531 per day for consultant.ser
The court further averred Inc., a black-owned moving recently. been learned. The small college vices. King has been paid
of the
of annually as an employee
Resumes mentioned
that the Supreme Court Decision persons company with timothy E. Cairo blacks are holding a with the small salary,is. regional office of the Depart consultant fees recently, according -
of October 29 made forth high position are on has been suffering
Person, president, boycott against white mer ment of Health Education and to Bond.
undesirable the request of the the agenda. Mrs.Singleton expressed -' refused a second time, a permit chants. Sunday was the first President Luther Foster of Welfare Thai connection is He said that about$4,000per,

Nixon Administration for the tbA opinion that only to operate in America's day for the renewal of the Tuskegee said that money said to have sparked the Investigation. official, would be the profit, KidnapedHOLLYWOOD
use of "deliberate speed." ,one name should\ ultimately be SO states pressure program. Blacks seems to be the principal lure. If any. ,

The deliberate speed philosophy -' presented to the Common This week, in Washington, held a rally and paraded. The administration of Howard The firm was incorporated on Bond resigned from another

said the Jurors, is the Interstate Commerce Rev Manker Harris of De- University confesses to having April 9, 1969. It was set up to firm, Wright,Jackson,Brown,' :....r:Cynthia
now in its final "resting Rep. Dawson Commission rejected Per catur pointed out that tills observance lost more than six of its fulfill a one-year contract for Williams, Stevens and Bond, Ann Birdsong member of the

place., son's request, with theexcuse is designed to force top professors, namely because $158 00 with the Off ice of Econontlc before Frontiers entered into fabulous Supremes, was held!
There will no longer be dual Will Forego that there appears to be no Cairo merchants to close on of higher salaries OoDortunitv con- bidding. He'' said FBI men' for more than an hour hi ber

systems. HEW will be askedto need for the company's" expansion. Sunday. Rev. Harris Is white.The ,Dr, Vincent Harding director upset local OEO employeesby home here by a barefoot kidnaper

provide complete student Another Term Front sponsored a'Black '' of the Martin Luther ,their constant probing. He Tuesday upon her return
Integration plans by January In this, his second applica )' Thanksgiving" and ..King Jr., Memorial Center further intimated that Repub- home C'' i

8", 1970. lion Person suggested that gave free turkey and trimmings here, has said that most have lican Congressman Fletcher' Miss Birdsong, forced into a
The, Florida Education Association CHICAGO:-Rep. William u. residents of ghettos have oft- to Cairo black children. left small black schools because Thompson and Congressman'Ben car at knife point. ,Jumped
somewhat in line Dawson, Democrat of the First been unable to be- of the opportunity! of
en move Other Front offices contributed Blachburn, both conservatives from the speeding vehicle and
with the. policy of the court, District of Illinois,now serving cause the trucking industry toward the success of following 'research In black from Atlanta, were suffered multiple lacerations

has declared an all-out war on his fourteenth term, wiU refused to move their goods. the effort studies In well-financed surroundings. Instigators She was also the victim of

segregation President Robert not seek re-election in 1970. He. said, further, that Negro Earlier the Fronters distributed : minor knife slashes .
Person confirmed this plan The veteran lawmaker" has workers are mistreated and food and clothing to 153 White schools promoting According to police the kid-
He lambasted the .served under the late President black studies are Davis Street ;
recently. I that Negro workers are the, needy families. programs :nape;, who wore a' brown
"often bigotedrefusal o( Roosevelt under former "First fired and last hired." appointing Negroes with the Woman In leather Jacket was In
Dies hiding
school boards to Integrate" 'President) Harry S. Truman, Person' further said hat ,same advanced degrees as a bedroom In the home
He said large amounts of money under the late Dwight D. Blacks who do receive employment -. Former Buganda those of the whites to deanships Home Fire linger of the

are wasted in efforts to Eisenhower, the late John F. are,shifted Into the and directorships. of Two friendsof
perpetuate the.old. systems' Kennedy and under former i bower ranks of work He ,King Dies In these programs A 'l5y ar.oICS woman, Mrs. were waiting for MissBrldsong
of education President Lyndon B. Johnson said his business would provide -' Howard has a Department of Portia Tboflngton, 2805: Davis her in the
Pearson said a new standing Mr. Dawson heads one of the considerable work tor African Studies 41 years old. Street, died victim of a fire When room the of her home.

committee would be set up to most powerful Congressional more Negroes. Even now, -London ;RoomLONDONKing President Harding saw no ,In her home Tuesday. room she artist went Intoher

carry through the decisions.: Committees, The House Government he says be hopes by the next great threat. He said, "In JULIAN BOND Firemen, called to the TIIor- stranger who was accosted by the

In the State of Maryland a'. Operations Committee. -, five years, to be able to employ < Freddie:Sir many cases, the black schools sultant work with projects in ington home at about ll.20a.: lat.r. chin put "knife antler -

Ugh level advisory committee This Important committee more than 7.000 Blacks Edward Frederick Mutesa, are going to have to get more six southern states.iond m. Tuesday found the aged ,,ber biJld the and then made
suggested that the State deals with the executive branch Person estimated that the former leader of Buganda, money than they ever bad before woman dead, her body seared. '+ouldbe The
Board of Education becomea of government and passes on company;,, DOW operating In .'died recently of acute alcoholism. or move into a, fuller who Is said to owp zu However, asphyxiation was with abductor drove a.way .
all tin sub- The decision was per cent of the stocks, said listed the probably cause Us victim toward
major civil rights enforcement reorpnJ plans 35 states, should have, wltbt' experience in black studies '
agency. The board step- mlttejf by the Chief Executive.. the expansion, increased Its reached following an Inquest than ever before*' FBI probers have Indulged in of death. liter Long',Beach; Miss Birdsong

ped back and said, '"Nor'. The veteran representative 'gross earnings to $10,000,000per into his death. President Gloater of M o r e- harassing the OEO for some Fire Chief RF. Emeoery Jumped from -the car,
Thr former ruler, 45 yearsof tlem. He also alluded to the : rolled toward the curb and
Those making the suggestions said among other things:"The year. house College said that white said that smoking probably
said that the Board could memories of my long tenurein age, was found dead a week' applicants outnumber blacks possible existence attempts ,led to the casualty. Damage managed, to avoid traffic.1to ,
wield unusual authority.,They office of the friendships, ago In Ms room in a London in tn 1 at that school to relate the moves of the organization to the house was'estimated at: :toe meantime the two
flophouse where be Uved in ,. to politics. $100 the contents at youtf men freed themselvesand
and to
said it should attempt to prevent of the challenges, of the defeats -"'" "
exile. 6i He is a former communications called police; ,
I the construction of and the victories in ,$200, r.Tei'Juon.
schools on sites that would which an of us have shared, fSAVE'THECAN The: kingdom of Buganda is director of the Student who owned .the I The kidnaper u'vrhlte
contribute: to racial Imbalance will sustain me all the rest : !now a part of the.African ft on-violent Coordinating house, was said to be alone Is BOW tee"object. of a
and segregation.' )of my W..*- ton of Uganda .., ...... '. ) J Committee (SNICK). Bond rtafettide search


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1969 i!B W1 SSPROMOTBD Tt1

ERIC 0.: SIMPSON..MANAGIKC EDITH HAS KILLED IHANAHBUSHrrr President Agnew attack on television news coverage
TV executives denied that
'" has opened a hornet's nest. Angry
s WA6HIPPEDH 41 newscasts afire biased, and other Washington officials made
HILDA IOOTEN..CIRCtlllWON, MAKACER.. II.Y.POT statements that sounded ominously like the application offederal

pressure for self-censorship of dissent. .
I We've beard some of the accusations against the media before,
NAILING ADDRESS but some are new. Television has certainly been guilty of overemphasizing
the dramatic at the expense of responsible dissent

P.O. BOX 599 JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA 32201 a {r tri In the past, but my impression has been that situation has
/ greatly improved. If anything, the media undercovered the
Off ICE 2323 MONCRIEF ..ROAD dignlfi'jd anti-war demonstrations in Washington last week

But one of the newaccusatlons leveled against the broadcasters.. .-....
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Is tW they "do not represent -
I< f the views of America."
"' It is dangerous to require
,. newsmen to represent majority
y'tf viewpoints. The tremendous educational -

PHONE 7513H3'SUBSCRIPTION ,. potential of television ,
N would be lost if networks faithfully
y t hewed the line set by majority

'Jne Year, $12.00 Half Years H,00 Hailed To You TOLD BY H.J.J.HILLERPRESI1JENT Let's face It ,.. none knows '
Anywhere to Tts'Oidted States ,. ;" ,, what the "majority" thinks.
*w' Tw- OFTHEELMHDODCORP.JHATH1S Often "majority" opinion is

: Subscription Payable !In Advance "?, IS ASr 30 DAY LEAVE, Or LOVELYALLWHTECBMITERYWASMRCH6 'simply uninformed prejudice, e

HE SAID TO HIS MOTHER;' SPECIAL. IT COULD NOT BEtrAHYTWH3 and television coverage helps
broaden the knowledge of pea
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA: 82201. .f ELfWOOD CEMETERY" HYPOST Television may have sorely
4wsL neglected the full story of black
Americans their contribu-
COULD. ONLY HAPPEN IN A RACIST tions to our society their hopes and aspirations, their dally
.Minority Union .? lives -- but it has also brought the plight of the black and the
MembershipPreliminary : .: podr to national attention through superior news coverage. and
,"': special programming.
results of a nationwide survey of minority membership In fact, television's biggest shortcoming comes not from tail-
In local unions with hiring balls or other referral arrangements .. Ing to present majority views, which It does all too well, but
were released today by Chairman William H.Brown, from Its failure to present enough diversity of opinion
in, of the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The public airwaves should be used to reflect as much diversity
"This is a unique survey,"Brown declared."It presents, for u possible. Our multicolored, multi-national society demands -
the first time, hard statistics on minority membership labor adequate representation for all groups If Americans
unions. The unions in question are the so-called 'Referral to be aware of the cultural diversity of our population.
Unions' which, In one way or another serve as a gateway to employment YOUR WEEKLY( And television needs to become spore relevant people in the

In the trades and crafts within their jurisdictions. The .__ :;. neighborhoods. New technology can open up new tv channels .-
extent to which minority group people have gained membership channels that ought to be turned over to community groups and
In such unions is a practical measure of the degree of equal ; ; and un ties. True,
employment opportunity within those Jurisdictions.;' HOROSCOPE GUIDE crr.eeneparticipationncan result in neighborhoods programs

Commenting on the survey results, Brown said: "We find and services. '
generally the membership statistics for those International And one big area in which the networks can Improve their performance -
unions with the highest pay levels show the lowest levels of >t' I is In affording more opportunities for minority per.
minority group participation. That Is certainly true of the build ; 'iV formers.
ing trades. However, It is also true unions In other Industries BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGERWHICH' Leslie Uggams, for example, Is the first black singer to have
as well. In fact, as our employer surveys have shown, the one I a regular weekly variety hour. It's a bit late in the day for such
pervasive pattern In all of American Industry is the Inverse "first's," and Indicates that much remains to be done in providing
relationship between pay and skill levels and minority group I ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYSFOT black entertainers with national showcases.
.employment. \ Miss Uggams' show was cynically placed in the"suicide
The survey, based on 1967 reports received from some 3,700 slot" opposite two popular programs with such strong ratings
local unions with over two million members in referral bargaining BUSINESS, LOVE TRAVEL ? that it was doomed to failure. The absurd laws of tv's-ratings

units, revealed an aggregate black membership of Just y" ",. '- .' game meant certain death for the show. _.
under ten per cent of Spanish Surnamed Americans Announcement that it would be dropped caused pained re-
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Orientals. Wld odd-half of one per tent were American Indians. --F, I .1'-11:1: 1'"M I V .- ""i .tr 11 f a1fJ; ot f >&ind: bacitstage persooneL;j,
u n industry with close to 1.3 million f..;. 11 .: l l t lulp
members abou rive IIlS} : "", :ftn'to' .X41 equality In zseir,'pro ;a'<.nmJflgand,
had of total reported referral-union ,-ClHCER lIIlA .t&_,. S1III ..,.;'lUltftD,. :: i lAe-flmV.tailing Jhere"would t> many,more snows'he&deiby
membership: nere"were 106,000 Negroes in those unions, or ',80R'Ntil I i RCN l IoIIkb II, '"black! perfohnwrtnd the rise or fall W any particular1 one
8.4 per cent of the total, and 56,000 Spanlsh-Surnamed Americans BORN JUNE ,BORN 'SEPt. BORN DEC. would be of little significance. The merits of Individual shows
with 4.5 per cent cf all members. Both rates were lower I 1 27tk APRIL 19tk are less Important than the principle that all groups should be

than the nationwide levels for all referral unions. 22il IDLY 22id 23r< OCT. 23rd llii JAMSti, adequately represented on the public airwaves. ,
Black membership In the building trades rangedfrom 3Q.5' I It'. Just possible that the barrage criticism from Washington -
per cent in the case of Laborers to 0.2 Plumbers'and Be the guide. There seems *,
per cent for Storm warnings. Despite the will panic slow on Innovations in
,to be a lure dangling that follow one line. The line of
Sheetmetal Workers : I Remain unnoticed..'.It's disaster..go
respectively. The Laborers, with appearance of calm and seren& t the future. That would be a Diversity, not the stifling -
81,000 had 3 out of 4 of all black promises the world. The one reasoning and conduct making the least fuss and
the '
members-In building there television and
Ity, are rumblings In the of dissent and controversy, are what both
be followed
takes It is
be It unmis
an associate bother that
trades. Other unions with we get things done
relatively high black membershipwere distance which sensitive Can- the nation need. Mr. Young is the author of the newly published
takably marked .
the Bricklayers, 9.6 percent Pluterers 14.0 per cent or yourself, wjll discover cerlans down by the I smoothly and ,expedlUously.
; ; may hear. Constructive book, BEYOND RACISM.
and Roofers, 13.5 per cent. In addition to the Plumbers and that It was a fraud and moves having to do with pleasant relations that are oThere will be> enough cause,
Sheetmetal Workers, unions with very low Negro membership may cost you Instead.The new well-being and employment j Joyed with friends and as tar u personal, profeSslonal -
Included the Electrical Workers lunar phase reveals that constant cherished companions. There and financial activities
0.6 per cent; Elevator Constructors matters should be pressed to
0.4 per cent, and Asbestos Workers, 0.9 per cent. consultations and unstinting their favorable conclusions/ will fce much in the way of are concerned, to adopt a noncommittal -
These 5 unions together reported only 1,421 Negroes out of cooperation may enable with the aid of Interested as good news, interesting encounters attitude for the rest, Where Does This Hero Rest?
close to 330,000 members. partners to be guided sociates. Anyone who becomes and sound measures of the month. A few, who may
Spanish Surnamed American members In the building trades more by common sense than emotionally Involved In a dangerous In behalf of family stability. have free time at their disposal

ranged from 16.0 percent for Marble Polishers to 1.2 per cent Impulse or wishful thinking. attachment or adventure .There Is room enough for individual could enjoy a'Jlttle trip The Honorable John Conyers, Jr., D-MIch., has written a
for Asbestos Workers. Other unions with substantial Spanish Good days to sense the right may discover that harmony expression, too, as to warmer climes or stay in a most provocative consideration of the refusal of the officials
Surnamed American membershlp'were Laborers, 9.8 per cent; direction and translate It Into at home,has also been long with as the this will not Interfere quiet and secluded locale,with of the Elmwood cemetery of Birmingham ot bury the remainsof
Plasterers 12.6 cent and Painters 6.7 Unions success and profits should be established domestic. or without (be family Private First Class
per ; percent disrupted as 4 consequence.) routine. William Terry, who was fatally Injured
,.other than the Asbestos Workers,with relatively low Spanish the 10th, llth. WJ:-... are! in Vietnam. We print that article. It appears on E 10054 of

Surnamed American membership Included Electrical Workers the Record of November 25, 1969. The title is "Where Does
1.8 per cent, Elevator Constructors, 1.3 per cent, Operating 1-40-13-99-23-114 6-60-18-44-81-343 2-30-14-88-34-516 930.15.5558.758u This Hero Rest?"

Engineers, 1.4 per cent; and Plumbers 1.4 per cent. Mr. Conyers. Mr. Speaker, not too long ago a young black American
Chairman Brown noted that membership figures in other than named William Terry volunteered to serve'in the UA

construction Industries similarly show wide difference la the TAURUS LEO Army. Proudly J he assumed( the uniform of his country,'and
numbers and percentages of minority representation. The highest SCORPIO Rias willingly took his training and was sent to Vietnam.

figures were found In two low-earnings service industry DORK APRIL BORN JOLY I Private first Class Terry wore his uniform proudly. even
trades, Building Service Employees,'28.4 per cent, and Hotel 2011 NAY BORN OCT. 'BORN IAN. Wl.lLT7 have been woven by a company which would not*
and Restaurant employees, 12.9 per dent. Together with the 21th 23rd A06. 22il 1 or! promoted< him. And he fought for his country
Teamsters, 9.6 per cent; these unions accounted for half the '24ti NOV': 22i< 20th FED llth even though be: aDd 24 mmm rf his countrymen were denied
black membership in the non-construction Industries.Some of Build slowly. It is the natural the rights due to them as fullfledged American citizens. And,
the unions with small black representation wereLlthographers reaction of most human No rashness, please. When There's always, not long afterwards, Private First Class Terry only 20 years
a hitch The ,
and Photoengravers, 1.3 per cent; Stage and Motion Picture beings to wish! to accumulatethe everything seems to be goingso new lunar phase starting this Start now ne list of friends, old, gave his life JQ fate! country-killed In action In defense of
Operators, 2.9 per cent; Barbers, 0.9 per cent and,Pattern wherewithal necessary to well can be the time to redouble 2nd quarter places the accenton acquaintances and other people a government that renounced. the Same freedoms he WM told
makers, 0.1 per cent A similar pattern Is Indicated for Spanish build their Individual castles one's vigilance It is I financial to whom! you may have to ,be was fighting lor.
Surnamed Americans the unions other than the In natural that a wants whatever send greeting cards and .
among building Spain. What Taureans persn to goes out as well as what presents J1BIll Terry did not think ot the slave ships, the auction blocks,
.' trades. -j : should know, and many of them shower! loved ones with gifts comes in. Causes for which could ,be extremely" Crow, or Judge Lynch ,He did DOt allow himself to be
In further comment on the sharp differences shown by the do, is that It Is backbreaking as well as loving attentions. you may be heavy this year This means swayed by those WIlt would destroy the dreams of himself and
survey between different types of.,onions.Chairman Brown Job using up the best years of But the first question to ask In a fine acting to certainlyseem benefit doing the shopping writing, his fellows, by those who would segregate his schools isolate
commented: "I do not wish to take credit from the is whether this will way mailing and gift-wrapping his ,
benefit as
,my away their lifetlmea. If YoU follow generously from jobs, burl threats, or evenbombs at his ,Instead,
Laborers Union. Their members get goodpayevenif it Is less 'this line of reasoning,you will them or Just spoil them for efforts.' But do yourpersoal not be too o early u it can be managed. n7: thought only of what he conceived to be his duty to his coAlci -
than the pay of the sUUed crafts. However, some of the unions expend vital energies and financial good. Then follow the dictatesof And there are Indications of fought for what
busy and '
neglect to discuss a : ? thought right, aDd he died for It.
representing those crafts which art most highly paid have reported resources sparingly good Judgement rather than matter of the having to send out or accept In a Covernment-I.ssue coffin his
greatest Importance be home to
only a handful of minority numbers, throughout the na, so as not to run out during ,the prompting} of the heart. with Invitations to parties that introduce -'' tinily-In: Birmingham, Ala. came
tion. This is an unfortunate fact clearly revealed for hid first moments of crisis. Rapid strides are being made ally. This could lead your to nearest and place the finishing' His family asked that he be burled In
the in
time by the Commission's> statlsti**.* hope: this Information to the top by some who have of the causes for ellmlnatlon touches on a sparkling yuletide called the Elmwood Cemetery., But the Birmingham Elmwoed a place k
will serve to reinforce the efforts5 of*U persons within the not yet arrived, but whose season.' In short, braceyoarselfforatremendouc said no only white Cemetery
previous people could
or be
present misunderstandings burled
union movement who have been-striving to better the performance 4-10-16-66-78-323 prospects are nonethless task he was black, Bill Terry there. So, because
that could was buried
result'In another cemetery outside -
of unions'ii order to'D'J.Rb',equal employment brilliant of
something more serious If where only blacks were Interred. And
.' opportunity a reality. ,.' 'jIif IE.'II' allowed to run 'unchecked! "!. he wu bird 11 an unmarked" grave.
; Brown concluded that "It Is mosXlikely that these minority 8-80-18-44-88-789: 5-50-17-55-98-111 Just u It Is source ot pride to relatives of others who lie
membership figures of two years agtfare'generally representative URN HAY : with him that e ;is there, so It Is a source of shame "to 0Id'
I of the situation existing today; Ewn the most optimistic 140137732718SAfilTTARIOf PISCES country that he was forced to lie there. What was be to America -

: expectations: for the Apprenticeship.Outreach programs and. 21st JIM 21st ..IIIIDI URN FEB.loth' eien in death? What *" his family to America? ADdmuch
: other attempts to:enroll minorItle*In apprenticeship programs now what Is America to them? In
, recent have heard
only affect a small proportion of union Rl AN. r of days we
rtferrU membership., : yatriotlamn and
*. MAR 2oth our country.' have
And It has been commonly a cep ..tbt Pie majority of craft It's not Intended. Humans BORN Nor been delivered With all Many speeches .I
union Journeymen are not products,.of'the apprenticeship :were not made to live alone. *M; .. $(;1. Yonder whether all those those flag flapping! In the breeze, I
Many may-claim to prefer it 2ftf 23ri". JEC. tint speakers Included Bill Terry In their
system Therefore] I was heartened read that the Executive Bid high When one looks at thoughts. Did they count hue in? Did
Council of the AFL-CIPi Buildln and Construction Trades this way, but this has the appearance the lists of famous Maybe BIll Ten they cared t
Department has made the 'flat and unqualified recommendation of sour grapes. It's a trap. All is going along Respond slowly.The planetary Wes, one' can see that Plsceans where lie rests. ry. even heard them, down therein Jbat place

., to local unions throughout the,'United States' that they Invite Cemlnlans who are ready to so well, almost too well for influences on both mind are'lweU' represented.. \
applications from and accept intoaerabership an quall-' accept a mate, should not find comfort. Instead of being and body are stimulating.This This belles notions held In
'., .fled minority Journeymen and that ..local onions and local either the occasion or the Inclination lulled Into a state of complacency can cause one to speak out of certain quarters that this may

. councils 'rigorously pursue'. training I, ;programs to upgrade lacking during this that there Is nothing turn somewhat more hastily be too passive t'sign, which *** '
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! minority workers who are beyond appr jnUceahle age I would and next quarter. If lore alone I wrong with the world and the than wisely, or press down is. far from being the
I, further recommend"" to local unions.and council that they InTite Is not enough to provide the ,people In It, become duly too hard on the gas accelerator Many of yon who have case been; VITALITY
'1 ,clinching argument the outlook alarmed and remain watchful All these, plus any other I FOR VIETNAMI
applications for membership ant training, In a clear and ,sorted out for''n' position of .
pf?! 'unequivocal manner which will not be misunderstood' and that of establishing personal As previously mentioned,' type of rash Impulse, are potential authority' 'responsibility' Pre
' develop ,to and economic security should most of the activity may be troublemakers that = for peace, Catholic Relief
't they aggressive program! carry their message to '*, are not so far'ftway from the J Services is condud
SII1nor1tJ\ communities everywhere. should hope that a surrey do the Job. centered la the -home. should be dealt'wlth before'a'rather'dmn '', big day urs.. ay'beay'be assUm... I been recnuiitln Services Program In South'Vietnam. Elba
rS: 1. conducted a year from today would teu a better story than the after'the event .1 Yeloment lead workers, nurses and community de'

,t:j' one we hare described. a-11.l"1'7 45.798 S-20.J5-77-66-223 MO.lf-6M9.70V: .70'19-Ss.1'l8. from ro\lJld the world to' serve. ther0., .

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i Bethune-Cookman College Chorals Will Present Annual' Concert Dec. 18 ,I

Black Science Students Daytona Beach Landslide Winner Edward Waters Jaxon Ester Lane Will j


Plan National Conference College SceneOf Represent Bold New City f j

The Black Science Students Organization of the City College Big MusicalA Some 41 voung men and women, members of the Bethune-

of New York has organized a national. conference on Black SteI Cookman College Chorale will perform in a special Christmas

(1.,I dents In medicine dentistry, and graduate schools, i to meet. "Gospel Extravaganza" Concert in Peabody Auditorium, Daytona Beach, Thurs-
4' on Dec. 19-21.1969. L __._ will be !fay, December 18 at 8:00: p.m. according Thomas D. Demps,
to prtlc'' wuu. sponsored by the Edward jirecior..
The purposes of this conference Waters College Concert to, Jacksonville;Gene Hodges,
A pamphlet is being prepared The will have music
will be to: 1.dispel many ? ? Choir on Sunday December program baritone, Statesboro, G a.;
by the Conference Committee 9plx ipl t 11 in four categories) Christmas
of the myths that have been which will Include a a, ,, Ai(1RklSfitV 4 p 14, at 8 p.m. in the Church;Christman Here Shirley Wright, soprano, Ft.

perpetrated upon the Black listing of,all the special minority tttiwjpt; Among famous groups appearing .and There; Christmas Soulfully Lauderdale; Cordyon Nouns,
student community a whole tenor, Stuart; Henry Lawrence
that have will be the Art Good
programs and Christman The Now
regarding medical and grad ; tenor, Jacksonville;
been developed throughout man Community Choir, Mar
Generation Mr. Demps also
uate schools opportunities country and this, along with vin Collins and his group from said, "the concert is a result and accompanist, Orvllle T.
Lawton West Palm Beach
in these fields; 2.discuss criteria Bethel Baptist in Sweetwater ,
a report of the conference, of many requests from
that have been used for Selections from the program
Nathaniel Jackson and
will be distributed after the the St. area citizens who expressed
acceptance into medical Thomas wlU Include "Do You Hear
Chorus Na-
session. concern when the chorale did
.. "
schools and graduate schools Support for the conferencehas J.k thaide: Huff, the Church of God not appear in concert last What I Here, arr.H.Slmeone
and suggest new methods and come from the faculty In Christ Written In Heaven Christman." Continuing be "The Peace Carol, arr.Mc
new guidelines for the selection and the Gospel Chorus of Zion Afee-Lamb; "Mary's Little
of City College and the Chan aid, I am pleased to re- "
of candidates 3. to inform Hope Boy Chile, arr. Jester j
; cellor's Fund of the City University Baptist. 'urn to the area with'a requested "
Black students of the Other Halrston; "Christmas Hymn,
of New York. More leading groups of the performance."
'new programs that have been contributors are expected city will also be present, a- Featured soloists are Di- arr. Hugo Jungst and "Go"
Tell It On The Mountain
developed by medical long with the Edward Waters ,
many during the next week. anne Porter, soprano, Orlando
John Work.Urban
schools throughout the coun- Invited to speak at this conference College Gospel Chorus Mrs. ; Ester Lane, centralMa. arr. t
try; and 4. to give medical : are Dr. John HolloI Ethel Davenport Bannister -- .-

schools and graduate schoolsthe may put president of the I :will serve u mistress of ce r Fellows I

opportunity to meet and National Medical Association remonies. .
discuss with a large group Dr. Alvin Poussalnt, psychiatrist A donation of$1.00 is asked Announce 1 Launches Move
of Black'students, both medical and member of the American During a recent city-wide election in Daytona Beach, Florida, James H!:. Huger was the top Tickets may be purchased

and undergraduate,their Public Health Association vote getter among 12 candidates for City Commission. Huger, winning for the third straight! from any member of the Con-' Student Center

thoughts and reactions to the and Dr. Lloyd C. time won with ease over his opponent James I. Flatt, by a 3,230 vote margin. The total 9,000 cert Choir, form Mr. Alvin For Minority

new mood In these fields with Elam, President of Mehairy votes was the most any candidate received In recent years in Daytona Beach. Huger, Business Green, or from the music TALLAHASSEE, Fla.:...... ,
regards to Black admissions. Medical College, Nashville Manager at Bethune-Cookman College became the first Negro to be elected to the City office at the College Tickets Florida State University today The National Urbal'rel1ows,
As part of the program to Tennessee. Commission in 1965. Commissioner Huger shows part of the promotional material he used. may also be purchased at the announced the establishment of a nationwide program designed -

affect both high school and undergraduate The Conference will last Martin Gross Photo. door. The public is cordially Centers for International Students to meet the,shortage o f

level Black students three days, from Dec 19 to t invited to support this affair and Black Students. competent urban administrators
and to top leadership
The for International open
high school representatives of
Dec. 21, On the morning
of the student body the 21st, the participants of Census Time Is Fast Approaching Students will be located a t opportunities in urban for
and guidance counselors from 930 W. Jefferson Street and government, especially
the conference win tour the .
the New York area have also the Center for Black Students minority-group members,today
new facilities at Harlem Hospital
will be 1.1916 W. Jef launches its recruitment
been Invited. Jiedlcllschoolsand
The majority of the conference -
activities for 1970-71 fellowships
graduate schools from all will be held at City ferson Street. Both Centers
across the country have indicated will be located in former private .
College, located on the edge
The urban fellows
are men
residences on property .
their approval of the
of this nation's largest ghetto
and women in their 20s and
recently acquired by the University
and '
conference have agreed "
Harlem. \ f 30s from ethnic minorities
d in Its campus expansion mainly -
who are selected
\ program.
f Four .H Boys Night I.,. .k'. ,.$...>:.'W Plans for the establishmentof competitively on the basis of

Your the two Centers, expectedto their leadership potential.

lo Be December 11 .. be completed shortly, were The fellows' leadership-de
; velopment combines
i mentioned by President Stanley
Social I. Security Marshall in his convocation on-the-Job assignments with

The Annual County 4-H Boy's i. speech last September.He mayors and other urban administrators
Achievement Night will be held l' d said then: "We have on the and a six week

Thursday, December 11, at ({ campus this fall some 500 semester in urban studies at
"During the last six months
7:30 p.m. at the 4-H Park Located 194 students from other countrieswho Yale.
staff has processed ;
mentors will be
at the corner of McDuff '. need asociaEculturalcen- Among May
applications for Dlaabilitylusurance 'fi ;
." or Carl Stokes of Cleveland.The .
and First Street. ;f( ter along with special facilities
Benefits" H
The highlight oftheevening'sprogram R. ? f; ; :; to aid in counseling and program is sponsoredby
of the \/l
Boure, Jr., Manager ; the National League of
will be the presentation instruction.The black students
Carver Station Social Seen-. 2. Jtt Cities, the U.S. Conference of
of medals and certificates also should have a center for

to boys having outstanding rlty said this Office Is said an average today.num-He .. (;j... r'to' social and cultural affairs for Mayors, and Yale University
under a grant from the Ford
records. Volunteer adult. i the enrichment of their edu-
ber of claims for this period, J .
Foundation. Directed by Frank
leaders will aslo be recognized '! : cational experiences at the
but "the that distresses
thing \
for their service to the : '\ University.. Logue, the program bas Its
me Is that 15%: of the allowed :. headquarters in New Haven
4-9: clubs. claims could have resulted fit Formulation and direction of j
Several 4-H boys will receive .. t: II the programs at the Centers Conn.
to the
more roomy being paid The
1970-71 ftlkmshlpyear
County'a vards:The key Award1 'disabled'worker and his family 1 will be handled by committees will j
begin In July 1970 with
for outstanding leadershlpwill( and officers of the student
," .Bourne:: xplalned, toil I 4 the'intensive tfban
'' .
Itn'td'd M Cities!
\ be txtf by Ute in tar too groups working directly with '
disabled wprker \
course at'ale'; In $ejt!flnI -
Service 01)) Company"! :! : The/ax many ImUoces,waited more .... offices in the division of Student ber
fellows will report as
Jaycees, Duval County FuinBureau than IS months after be became Affairs. u.w I I'
.. assistants
and the Jax Xiwanis ', Establishment of the Centersalso special to their
ill to f )
Club will present awards to apply for benefits or was injured : was recommended by the related mentors and enroll in work-
graduate courses at
outstanding boys. The Agriculture A disabled worker should new ,University Advisory
universities in the cities
Committee of the City for insurance Council, a group composed of
apply disability
Council will present a watchto benefits I students, laculty and still set where they are assIgned. In
with the Social Security -
; addition seminars
the County Citizenship win Administration just u I' up to advise and make suggestions spaced at, they three.montlllnter-attend
ner. to the President.
soon as be realizes that his
vals focusing on problems
The oustandlng 4-1)] Club in Illness or injuiy will prevent'his Florida State currently has ;
the County will receive a tro- working for at least 12 Newley elected President of the National Medical Association, support Census Bureau efforts to improve the count of the Na enrolled more than 400 International stratlon.

phy from the Jax Jaycees. months. "By applying for benefits Dr. Julius W. Hill, Los Angeles; (second from left) inspects tion's blacks in the 1970 census. An estimated 10 per cent of. students and, in stipend
The public is cordially invited early he will allow us Census Bureau display and automatic population counter at the the black population was missed in the 1960 census. Because the addition, there are about 60 Fellows are paid a

to attend.Everson. 'the needed! ,time to help him NMA convention In San Francisco. With him, from left, are: I 10-year censuses provide the official population figures used to, faculty members from foreign salaries substantially equivalent received toe

obtain the necessary medical Nampeo R. McKenney, Census; Robert D. Watkins, NMA Assistant .determine representation In the Congress and State legislatures countries. The Universitydoes they

Street reports and other information Administrative Secretary; Virginia H. Williams,Census; :Qu 3 well as a basis for distribution of money and manpower for not keep statistics by pre-fellowship employment

required to pay disability .sad Arthur Whitaker, Census. Dr. Hill, the president of the ;'.,government programs to Improve health, housing and education,' race but it is estimated that Information be obtained on the program
checks. association, agreed with the Immediate past president, Dr.'!:/the Bureau has launched a campaign to make the 1970 count more, there are more than tOO black may by writingto I

Church ServiceIn No'disablllty payment can be James Whittlco, Jr., that the organization woul4 continue\ to 1 accurate.( .*. students enrolled ,Box Nation 1478 Urban New Haven.Fellows COM,P.O. .

'made for the first six months, I

New EdificeThe he of waits a worker's more than disability.II months K Postal Employees Unit Criticizes Nixon Plan

'after be became disabled to? ;Getournumbei.

file a claim, be will lose N.A.PJ.E. Executive Board'. by this organization at negotiations parablllty. Improve working-

Everson Street Missionary monthly checks. meeting in emergency session on matters concerning conditions and fringe benefits -

Baptist Church will hold Bourne Invited anyone who at the Sheraton Park Hotel, working conditions, personnel' However, the Alliance,
services beginning with Sun- might be eligible to receive issued the following. Jprellml- policies and practices, grievances u a labor organization withIn

December 8 in Its new social security benefits to nary release: and other matters affecting the Federal service Is
day, ,
location, 5729 Vernon Road. visit or telephone the Social On October 29, 1969, President employees of a government somewhat unique, for it is the
will Security Office now, Richard Nixon Issued agency. Effective January only organization which has
Rev. C.W. Spas carryon
the morning service for The Carver Station Social' Executive Order 11491LABORMANAGEMENTIRELA- 1, 1970, the new Executive been an outspoken advocate of
Security Office is located at : ., Order revokes the right of equal opportunity meritpro-
pastor I
Orion Johnosn !
Rev.The public Is invited.,Herbert? the corner of Canal and West LATIONS IN THE FEDERAL 'over'' 1/2 million postal and motions, and is concerned "

McGruder deadon is supporter 13th Street, telephone number SERVICE-whlch revokes a federal workers to belong to about human dignity and Just. i
'791-2517 and is open 1:30 to Presidential Order issued In independent labor organizations ': ., Ice for all. While these con
'4:30 week days (also 9.00: to, p96p giving all labor organisations be represented by these cerns have been at some timer

12:00: on Saturday.) operating within gov unions, and have theirdues shared by all workers, The

eminent agencies, the right tosit checked off. National Alliance of Postal
LOW at the barplnlnatablewlth The NATIONAL ALLIANCE''' ( and Federal Employees has

PRICKS ., representatives of national, OF POSTAL AND FEDERAL been the only union which '

'. QUALITY WORK I regional and local agencies, EMPOLYEES, a 96-yeaf-old has actively pursued programs y I kye ..
to negotiate onmatters of concern Industrially organized labor and worked to eliminate 4
workers,to settle their organization with a predominantly : and overcome inequalities = t, :;

"SOME OF 001 WUKHJU" grievances, and granting to black membership In these areas.. ) ,rtes yl I

rt ., ,, workers the right to select be adversely affected by Executive -. "Why does the government If
Grand Park ,Elem School "' ; ; 1\ \ t4i their own onion representatives Order 11491. Orga want to silence the voice of %

Fla Star News 1Nk for the handling of grievances. pined\ in 1913, this union hasa the Alliance and other independent f 4r i

Carter G. Woodson School : All unions were granted history of brotherhood and unions in the Federal X11 ,;,;;;ts

Geo W. Carver School dues check-off privileges, service for all postal and: Service !Why Js the' ;:

Forest Park School The new Executive Order federal workers. It is the government allowing; one giant '.."..

; Ephesus Jr. Academy will be administered and interpreted only union, with affiliated\ union to form a monopoly and '"

Edward Water College by a Federal La, cal units, which has never represent all employees in I/O

Over 75 Weddings (color) bor Relations Council composed refused membership to employees all government agencies? t

R.V. Daniel Elem School of the Chairman of the because of racial Identity Why is the government denying

:St. Paul A.M.E. Church Civil Service Commission, sex, religion, national 1/2 million postal and ;1

Mt. Ararat Church Secretary of Labor, an official organ or employment federal workers the nigh) to '
Astro Gents Men Club of the Eufotlve Office of status. The Alliance hoe be represented by an organization 'I't ;

Joe Baker And Assoc. the President, and such other worked cooperatively with of their own choice? > J
I Brayboy And'Assoc. "* officials of the Executive other unions to secure higher I

Jaxville Recording Co. brace of government u the I,.wages, achieve salary com- !

Bobfcain president may designate from .. .
F (OUTOFSPACE. ) .fine time to time. Implementation limn .|iMi .l h mi futrrs'TRAIN i !

1 a A.M.E. Cburcu' Alpha Phi Alpna Delta Sigma Theta -, of certain provisions of this '
order will that independent AID
mean "
Over 50 private Campus Towers Leonard OW1NURSES Si
I Studio Royal Diplomats Club Ron and Loa Campbell win not be recognized organizations formal- ,fay\. i, .
St. School Betbnne Elem. School Roosevelt High School p
ly or informally at the national
Shores Scholl
Washington regional and local agency.' --1 JACKSONVILLE ,

OB STUDIO levels. ,
: The President's ExecutiveOrder TRAINING ,
JIS11TU --
violates the basic right ..
1511 All :MnTLE''Aft EVEIIIU' 7H-321.., of a worker to Join a union of .m r leaves you breathless

Sinks :: Us choice and be represented in W.: MMI Hint. 35" X11

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IiNational Council Of Churches Faced BY Blacks In New Demands In Detroit 1

Militant Blacks Urge St. Stephen'sA. Whitney Young, Jr. Says

Baby'Galor Scholars Meet UP President

Breakdown Of BerriersDETROIT.The m. E.
: National Council of Churches, a hodgepodgeof Lists Service SUPREME COURT:
major denominations, with the exception of catholic organizations -

and smaller, store-front groups, has a major problem "Although the debate on the Haysworth nomination centered

I oh its hands this week--The Black Man and his position In ecumiuclsm Rev. R.V. Webster, pastor of around complex ethical questions, the clear underlying issue

of St. Stephen's A.M.E. Church, was the Judge's past record Insensitlvlty to the great domestic
Militant Blacks are in Detroit listed demands In the area will administer communion issues confronting the nation. I hope that the Presi-

this, supported by those reparations by the whites the for Sunday, assisted fey Rev dent, in nominating another Jurist to fill the Court vacancy,
suffered by rGATOR.
militant ministers and lead- Injustices Isaiah Halback and Rev. Arthur BMY will take this into account, and appoint a man who shares the
ers already there, and are demanding blacks over years past. Gaines, pulpit assistants. broad consensus in favor of equality for black citizens that
fair and adequate The blacks emphasize ., Officers of tlie church will has distinguished the'Supreme Court for the past two decades."
consideration of their rolesIn relevance of the program '
the area of religion. blacks. However, they feel assist Madrjrwill' > open .,&. ..
Dr. A.C. "
It was rumored that efforts that the NCC must lower Its .
School at 9:30 and Holds
the Sunday w4' Baha'i Community
would be made to take over high.flung fences. teachers t t r
will be assisted by
the position of general secre- It has been said that the presidency .
tary, now held by white R.E. of the NCC was offer- and officials. officials. : NUR'v ConferenceThe
will be obersved Human Rights
Edwin Espy. ed to Mrs'Coretta King, .i
and Mrs.Maggie .
The National Committee of the late Dr. Martin Luther Mrs. Daisy at the tl tli1l ,
Sims will serve
Black Churchmen warned earlier king Jr. She refused. "" 'I
Mr. Yates, a product of one
of Detroit instruments I It Baha'i Community of
Albert Cleage
that it would want full Rev.
at of the worst ghettos in Jack-
The ACE League begins "iP.If'
nominated as an \ Jacksonville is sponsoring an
,,and Immediate implementation was 530. The evening service begins .. sonville, will speak onthe Job
to Dr. Espy as gen- ; observance of Human Rights
of the Black Manifesto opponent : field of
at 7 p.m., preceded bythe i'ly ahead economics -
mands. The Manifesto has eral secretary. service. The .. "it #' 'fI s Day with a panel discussion Mr.Yates attendedNew
< 't
JkV noted speakers in
church conference Is Monday' 'M s1'tA t. lil\ the fields of economics, education Stanton Senior High and Ed-
night Class meeting is held ward Waters College ant
and cultural
e on Tuesday night. The United The charming little ladles in the picture are charter scholars of the Baby Gator Nursery in scientific served In the PIoneer Spaci'
TWO MINUTES Choirs rehearse at ':30 on Gainesville and have taken time out for a brief chat with Dr;Stephen C.' O'Connell, second programs, as God-given as flight program during which

Thursday. On Thursday night from right, and with Student Government president Charles Shepherd. Dr. O'Connell Is pres- Rights as 'time be won seven Air Force

WITH THE BIBLE the male chorus rehearses ident of the University of?Glorlda. This unique, fully licensed low-cost day care center is rights. to the Citations and was one of only
aT CODNIUUS I. STAN PRf. The youth will meet SaturdayAt operated by ,the Student Government and the University United Methodist Church, with the assistance The program, open will two recipients of the Air Force
IIMAN aian. sociirr 3:30: p.m. of other clubs and organizations, Including volunteers from the community and from public free of charge Gulf, Life Commendation Medal for
CHICAOO, ILLINOIS 60635 On Sunday night, December the University's College of Education. The nursery opened Monday, November 3, and operates take place at the peacetime service at Hollo-
Room A De-
1HI 1 21, the Christman practice from 7:45 a.m. to 5U. Monday through Friday. It serves any child from three to five years tower, Dining 8:00 ,, The man Field Aero-Medical. Laboratories
will be held Professor Wilson whose parent is a fully-enrolled University student. Funds are being sought to ,expand the program cember S at p.m. will .
Blake assisted by Mrs. easing the burden of parents working their way through college. Sonya 'Avery, on the left, theme of the discussion Mr. Bryant, coordinator for
THE DEATH OF THE CROSS Mary Black, Mrs. Altamese is the daughter of Wesley Lee Avery, a graduate student in education living in Corry Village, be "Human "Rights The Job Adult Basic Education Pro-
low-cost married He lists 7118 Richardson Road as his Jacksonville address. ,To Be Done.
There are four words which our tint In Hit own body on the McIntosh and Miss MalInda housing area. distinguished gram sponsored by the Flori-
every one of us should consider tree" (I Peter 2:24)REPRESENTATION). Wilson, and others, will direct June Myklebust is the .daughter of Arvld Myklebust, engineering student living in Diamond panel Making of speakers up will be Mr. da Junior College as well as
in connection with Christ death I the rehearsal Village. director assistant principal at Raines
Alton Yates, executive -
at Calvary If we would fully ap But Christ was more then our On Saturday night at 8 p.m, of the Greater Jacksonville High School, will discuss the
predate what our Savior did'.for Substitute; He was our volunt.ryRepresentetlve the young adult choir will re- Job to be done in education
ua there I at Calvary He had
hearse. Mr. Bryant, who received his
CRUCIFIXIONIt I taken on Himself human form HonoreesLouis office, Mr. Ezekiel Bryant,
I The church Is located at Fifth Tops Among BS degree in Social Studiesat
la doubtful whether man hat that He might represent man before assistant principal of Raines
and Davis Bethune-Cookman College
ever conceived a more cruel and God and die as a Man for ; high School, Mrs. F.H. Bouc-
in Educationat
his Masters
humiliating way to execute even men her, president of the Jacksonville 'and
the vilest criminals, The physical "As it It appointed unto men Chapter of, th e United Boston University, was the
agpny alone must have been her once to die but after this the Nations Association, and Dr., first administrative intern
nble to even contemplate. The judgment so Christ was one Mrs. Lillie Mae t Ashburn Searcy, Doctor of principal in Duval Countybeing
criminal' was nailed to a tree and offered to bear the tint of one of ninety selected nationally .
from Augusta
anesthesiology ,
left to hang there writhing In the many ." (Heb. 27,28): ). by the National Asso-
most Intense pain until fevers "(HE) was made lower Williams MarriedMrs. Ga. ciation of Secondary School
wracking his body he died And than the angels that HE by Human Rights Day this year Principals. '
then think of the humiliation IS''the grace of God should taste t v) marks the 21st anniversary
Lillie Mae Williams, 4 Mrs. Frederick H. ,
he was nailed there stripped and death for every man" (Heb. 2:9). the adoption by the United
7421 Cedar Street,Greenland, serving as this year's president -
naked to suffer shame and disgrace IDENTIFICATIONIt Nations of the Universal Declaration -
before the public gaze.j follows from this that If Fla., was married to L.J.T. of Human Rights of the Jacksonville Chap

Little wonder Phil. 2:8 says that'Christ represented me at Calvary, Waters of 3905 Grant Road, ,Baha'i communities in more ter of the United Nations ,Association -
Christ humbled Himself to become He became Identified with me on August 29, 1969, in the than 2,000 cities will Join in ,'wUl speak on the
obedient "unto death, even there, and I am Identified with home of Rev. and !.Irs.II.W. T the observance of the day. work of the United Nations
the death of the cross" : Him as I accept this by faith Merrick, 647 Pine Street, k' In 1968 the North American Educational, Scientific I land

SUBSTITUTION | Hence Paul exclaims: GfeenCove Springs 4; Baha'i Office for Human Cultural Organization.Dr.
We have not even begun to "I I 11m, crucified with Christ, "Elder C.W. Howard offici Rights received the Silver Anvil Searcy, a well-known
understand the cross If we do not nevertheless I live; yet not I I. but ated. Baha'i speaker who recently
understand that Christ died there I Christ liveth In me: and the life Award from the Public
returned from a, pilgrimage
as our Substitute paying for Our which I now live In the flesh, J Relations Society of Americafor
to the World Center of the
sins I live by the faith of the Son of F' 'f PUnot1 M THE its program on behalf of .
"Christ died for our tins" (I God."-who loved m. _and gave loS- CANAPA'ThERE International JTuman. 'Rights + --BahaMJaith Haifa,Israel,
Cor. 15:3): 'Hit own self bare Himself for me" .(,Gel 220); ,, J| ARf 'IXe.vIQ } \ .will use. sutiject tinman
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Book Use
RIGHTS .-vailableIn : .I In Musical

Stort*. : Mrs. Emily Timmons and TV season is 10 poor that

Sister Rosetta Cohen will pre television this year is going to
I sent a concert of gospel music have a more marked influence

on Wednesday, December on young people than em'
CREST 10, at the First Born Church
i That's the of
57C' 825 West Monroe. Bishop A. opinion a
FAMILY SIZE 1 1i leading educator who feels thai
'r Wills pastor. the 'extremely! poor programming .
There Is no admission. All this year will adversely

i are Invited. Mrs. Margaret ,affect the reading
Johnson Smith will emcee. habits of Impressionable young
LISTERINE LOZENGES < Sister Cohen was the winnerin people, while it will drive more
18"s '
490 the fund raising contest thoughtful youngsters to seek
., ..
the national convention. Sister stimulation and information
Cohen reported $535.05. through good reading"
Studies have that
Mrs. Cohen has been the wID- television has,, definite influences

MICRIN MOUTHWASH 12 OZ. 59 ner-nine consecutive times. on the reading habits of
( young people, uys Dr. Lloyd
Stokes (center), Congressman from Ohio, was among several political arid literary Melis. He a chairman of the
figures honored recently by 'the Capital Press Club' at their annual awards dinner. Con- THE ELDERLY education department at Carthage -

.2.OO ,SIZE gressman Stokes is shown at'a reception, sponsored by Coca-Cola USA, with Harold Keith, Net long ago<< mention :of College Kenosha Wis,
A't LIfE President of the' Capital Press Club, and Harold Hamilton, communication manager, market (grandpa or greet aunt Min conjured and educational consultant to
development, Coca-Cola IS A.. up visions of bent figum' Hertzberg-New Method, Inc.
torching the ground afoot for. Jacksonville, HI, distributor oil
each step. paperback books "

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A"NE":13 'OJ.47CPIC hold press ,conference preceding the .third Annual "image" Awards at Ambassador Hotel Ifs T tt
October 11. ,They discussed Nerro'employment in Hollywood's<< motion picture and teled-'! c.YAiP1tNa .

.. lion Industry. Boren was presented the organization's! "Founders' Award", at the banquet!

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1 -National Council Of Churches Plans Increasing Aid To Black Southern Colleges

United Board Announces Presiding Elder A
Crowded Conference
". I Calendar EventsThe
Regional 'Ed. Conferences Toston Calls '

NEW YORK. N.Y.--An: effort to obtain some of the "large District Meeting Dahlia Garden Circle will meet in the home of Mr. and
:sums of monies' being raised for black economic development .. Mrs Claude Bryant 1564 West Seventh, Thursday Decem-
by the National Council of Churches aid Its constituent ., ..' ....' ...''' ber 11, at 7 p.m. All members ate urged to be present and
J.\i\, ,,
denominations Is being made of the NCC's : ': '( ';'i' l : ; \\ili on time. The roil will be called. Christmas carols will be
by one own depart- : ; t'l .: .'
m.nts.o! support! of Negro colleges In the U.S. South. Rev. Charles Toston,preside w. '(" .f. : \ : '."Q sung. The program's theme will be "Wiat Should We Give
ice NCC'S; ; Department o f ing elder of the West Jacksonville /, T.r\.\{ ..i.. !' ;.''t. .". ....'','.,..,. ...: .". 1.,. \\.iiltJa. ."(, fl., at Christmas*' Queen B. Williams president.
,Higher Education's policy- more books with the same a- District of the African 'j.\11j'1.\ .
4. .........
mount of that Methodist Episcopal Church .
making board, In a meeting money they previously '' .
November 22, pointed to the had been spending. Is calling all pastors and members ., -.'-''.. ,..4.r". ... .. ... "" Queen of the South Chapter No, 105, O.E.S., will meet Tues,
.two year-old United Board The Center will purchase of the district to meetIn hill:0 r., ...".".... It'. .''. \ day,'December 9 at 410 Board Street, third floor, Room No. 2,
;for College Development boob for the schools catalogue a District Council Session : i/ All members are asked to pe present and prepared to pay the
based In Atlanta, as agency and process them, and Monday evening, December 8, I'k. Thanksgiving assessment The contest between Mrs. Juanita
which "has given hope and finally ship them to their respective at 7:30 P.", in the St. Mat- 4 :(;':" .c. I Gibbs and Mrs Alice P, Anderson will come to a close. Miss
concrete assistance"* to the Institutions. The they A.M.E. Church, 2074 .\' 1)): Queen of the South will be crowned Queen B, Williams
black colleges It serves and schools Involved are Tuskegee Commonwealth. Rev. Eugene ti Worthy Matron.
called upon the NCC to affirm Institute, Miles College Oak- Mobley is pastor. l ": *, ,
it as one of its most wood College Stillman College Ministers expected to attend J '" }. *********
effective{ instruments of response Talladega College all in are. Rev. E, Jones, Re .F.W. v"eSvt f-/
to long-range needs 'Alabama, and Touploo College -. Jones Rev E. Mobley, Rev ; FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST
of the black community.At In Mississippi. Several Marcus Burke, Rev.Nathaniel \ : Sunday School begins at 9.45: with the superintendent Mrs
the present time, black other colleges are planning to Jones, Rev. W.R. Killings, Leaster Smith and teachers in charge. The morning services
colleges are supported by join the six-charter-member Rev William T. Merritt,Rev, i .'" begins at 11:30: with the devotional services led by Deacon
black, denominations at an"Inordinate schools la this first consortium C.E. Mathls Rev. J.A. Gil- -: Joseph McPherson and Deacon Charles J. Smith A testimonial
of Its kind yard, Rev B.F. Ballard, Rev. .
percentage t be service will follow. At 4 p.m. the communion service will
v, board noted. As much as The United Board has also C.$. McFarland Rev. J. A. \ be held Rev. H. Robinson, pastor will speak. The weekly ,
,fifty per cent of some black planned sit southern regional Long, Rev. I Gundy and Rev. 0 0'Portions prayer meeting is held Tuesday night.
I denominations' total budget Is conferences for ,persons of D.A. Russell Jr.
j spent In support of these Influence and financial resources All missionary workers of ......... .
i schools while "generally In an effort to con- the district are likewise ex-
e very modest percentages" of nect southern philanthropywith I pected to attend of the'huge congregations which attended. the ninety-fourth Annual Conference SILVERTONESThe
predominantly white denoml- Negro colleges The first ',MEChurch's, East Florida District are. shown: here, Bishop: George a, Collins of the Swan Sllvertones of Pennsylvania and the Viollnaires of
t nations' budgets go toward the conference will be held In *.* knownchurchowas, Conference Char 1West : Michigan will appear Monday December 8, at the Mt. Zion
black) colleges related tothem. Georgia within the next few Presiding E derof the J cksonville Districts Phthotoby Jet.EMANUEL A.M.E. Church on State Street in Waycross. On Tuesday,
The United Board of College months and is being financed December 9, they will be in Seldon Park in Brunswick at t
.Development was created In by a $5,000 grant from Mills p.m. Rev. R.L. Lambert is M.C.
February, 1968,by the NCC'S B. Lane,president Citizen's.
1.Department of Higher Educa- Southern Bank of Atlanta. r .........
tion and is funded by NCC's Other efforts of the board Include L.DJJb.RcI lEW.s.J WEDDING BELLSMichael
-,constituent denominations and the drifting of requests CAMELIA LADIES
the Ford Foundation. Its purpose for government funds to assist The Camelia Ladies Club will meet in the home of Mrs. Cora
I is to help upgrade over incorporation of two con- Neal, 1498 W. 10th James Ashley Chambers, Murray, 738 Monroe with Mrs. Sylvia Johnson, Mrs. Ethel
e 50 Negro Colleges that range sortiums of colleges -- one in SU, 22 and Brenda Frances 1906 Hardee St., 26 and Jones and Mrs.Clark as hostesses. Members urged to have
,..from some of America's most: South Carolina, headed by Dr. Graves, 5732 Belafonte Dr., Frances Delores Monroe, their gifts for the Christmas Sisters ready. Mrs. A.M. Hart-
'1 famous and promising Instltu- Benjamin Payton, and one in BAPTIST 20, 1505 W. 33rd St., 30, tog is president.
t. lions to colleges that are Mississippi. Teachers meeting and prayer meeting will be held at the usual
struggling for survival. It It is alsodevelopingcurricu- hour with the pastor and officers charge..On Wednesday Choir Thomas Brackett Atkinson, Jerry Kane Jinks 1930 Ella .........
r raises funds for special pro- lum that will assist intralnlng No. 3 will rehearse at 7 p.m. Choir No. 2 will rehearse at 8 p. 601 N. Newnan St., 78 and St., 18 and Bessie Mae James!
ejects, encourages the grouping teachers to serve in urbancen- m. Noonday prayer service will be held at the church Thursday. Lulu Meredith Miraglia, 601 5115 Avenue B, 17.
i of smaller schools into terse Faculties from New College Choir No. 1 will rehearse at8pm. On Saturday all youhg people N. Newnan St., 67, .
.'consortiums which would become ((Sarosata. Florida, and will meet at 10 a.m. Sunday School beglss at 9:30: with the Arnold Pierre Byron, 726
,. eligible for governmentand Morehouse College, Atlanta, !superintendent, Mrs. Mamie Fields, and Deacon George Smith, .Robert Louis Williams, Court I, 40 and Irene Washington
foundation grants, and develops Georgia are Involved.) In charge. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee Consecration 4441 San Juan Ave, 46 and 726 Court I, 37.
:i. plans strengthening In fewer than two years, the takes place at 10:50: a.m. The mornlngworship begins Annie Ray Gregory 3135 W.
the schools.In United Board for College Development at 11 a.m. with the deacons in charge. The 16th St., 48. Dennis Newton,' 716 Apart-
its 22 months of existence, has succeeded In ship begins at 6:30 p.m. Choir No.3 and the Children's Choir, ment A Venus Mars Court,
.. the ,United Board has drawn a raising some $525,000 i n and Usher Board No. 3 will serve during the day. Mrs. Marlon Walter Dean Golder, 1418 20 and Jannle Weise' VanDyke A bird Inhales air not just Into s'i '
plan and obtained financing grants for its projects its Carter and Mrs. S.L. Badger will be in charge of music. The W, 7th St., 23 and Ida Mae ; 718 Apt. A Venus Mars iti lungs but id very narrow, y
a cooperative library center, parent board pointed out. The church is located a 2221 Forest Rev. S.L. Badger is pastor. Turner, 1418 W. 7th St., 23. Court, 21. I Bird Dona ii, hollow, with
which openedOctoberZStnAtM Charles Turner and Butler T. pongy network foraircapacity.

: lanta, serving six colleges in Henderson are directors, Dr. COLOSSIANS BAPTIST
i>j Alabama and Mississippi. The Benjamin E. Mays is resident Sunday School begins at 9:30: a.m. with the superintendent and
participating schools will be consultant teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m i
able to purchase 33 per cent Communion service will begin at 3 p.m. The pastor, Rev R.J.
j. In Memoriam Crawford, will deliver the message Choir No. 1 and Choir No. ;
2 will serve, along with Usher Board No.1. Prayer service is Thick
e rt< In Memoriam In memory of my loving Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The church is located at 1154 West 31st cream .

,Ina I1)r ,, .. ;..Motherwhopassed6yearsagotoday! / Street ')
r I December r 4,1963,'"' V

end There of the is open gate at the krNEWREDEtMA;' \[ % -.'.... 'f'. '... -,'rf>%. ': ''''IHu.r 0 'turns

Through ,which each must go Sunday School.begins it 9:39 $am. with the superintendent and \
alone. teachers in charge. The lessionwlll be reviewed by the pastor
There is a light we cannot Rev. E.I. Norman. The morning worship begins at 11 am with
the deacons in charge of devotions Choir No 2 and Usher flavor t
see.Our Father claims his own. Board No 2 will serve throughout the day, with Mrs Fannie '. every
Singed Mr. and Mrs. William Jackson in charge of music. District No.2 will meet at 3 p.m. :
J, Cross, children Mrs. Nan- The Home Mission will meet at 3:30 p.m. at the church. The "
cye MaeBrown, friend. Deaconess Board No. 1 will meet at the church at 4:30 p.m. at on (
The evening worship will be at 8 p.m. Both sermons will b e
Mrs. Shehee delivered by the pastor. On Monday night the deacons will
hold the regular monthly meeting. The monthly conferencewill \
be Tuesday night at 8 p.m. At this time the election of "
Announces Meeting officers will be held. Prayer meeting is every Tuesday night ,.,,. !
at 730. Bible study follows Mrs. Jessie Ward, reporter. \,

11 .
Abiah Shehee conference -
branch president of the Holy communion will be observed Sunday at 6 p.m.Rev.; J.C. '.' "
l East Florida Conference 'of Sams, pastor, assisted by the associate ministers, and officials
1 the African Methodist Episcopal will conduct the solemn riles The combined choirs will
9.. P.F.C. JERREL MORTON Church, Is calling a meetIng sing. Actlvlvles will begin with the Sunday School at 9:30: inC;: l ; I
of the executive board L.C. Chester, general superintendent, will be in charge Con- 10 j "
In Loving Memory of our Son Saturday morning at New secration rites for the deacons ushers and for the choir will '. "
n and brother' P.F.C. Jerrel Bethel A.M.E. Church be held at 10.49: a.m. The morning worship begins at 11 a. m.' (
Carl Morton: "You went to All presidents and ministersare Rev. Sams will deliver the sermon. The Baptist Training U-:; 4 x
rest with the Lord 3 years invited. Business of vital aim will begin at 4.45.: Mrs. M.H. Morrlsseette will be I n ', !" y x
ago December 5, importance will be discussed.The charge. The Prayer Of Faith Hour is Tuesday night at 7 p.m.) 4
'(" hearts' are filled with sorrow, meeting opens at 11 a.m. The deacons will be In charge of devotions. The pastor will
Our eyes still filled with tears. conduct the Bible study On Friday night the Sunday School
God know how much we still Mrs. Louise NelsonTo officers and teachers meeting will be held. Mr. Chester assisted sly
,miss you. Sign: Mr. and Mrs, by other officials will conduct the business session. ,'A t <
James Morton Sr., Parents Honor The pastor will be in charge of the Bible.period. Workers .,". fi
James Ronald, Dale and and friends from other churches in the community are invlte4 I 1' ;.
Wayne Morton, brothers AnniversarySunday to share Inthe Bible Hour .j:;:!.: : :

MACEDONIA BAPTIST :I '. .: : [ e' KK'y
afternoon at 4 p.m. ;The regular order of service will be held Sunday beginning ; > : ,
Mrs Louise Nelson, super- :wlth the Church School at 9:30 a.m., with Deacon John E. Singleton t A
This[ : That visor of the Twelfth Hour Jr., and his staff of teachers In charge. Themornlng )
Prayer Band No. 2, will celebrate worship will begin at 10:45: with the consecration service. The .., ,' '. : .. '
her anniversary at devotionals will begin at 11:00: a.m. Music will furnished' :;J? ,"I I'
Prince Hall on Jefferson.The by Choir No. 1 and by Choir No.3. with Mrs. Hattie Bess and
lor AISTIN N.IIOi. public .U invited Among Wallace Mims at the Instruments. Usher Boards No. 1 and fII
On July 20th of this year an' participants will be Mrs. Mary .No. 2 will serve. Consecration for the evening service begins '
entire world Iwtened awe Goodman, Rovena Hughes The at 4:45, with pastor Burgess charge. Both major sermons
heard the Few of Apollo II I Traveling Stars, The Excel- for the day will be delivered by the pastor. At the close of II
confirm "the climax to man', soirs. The Sensational Holy this service Holy Communion will be observed, with the pastor ': .. ,.1

Kreatet Houston. adventure "Hello Travelers and others. ; deacons, deaconesses, and other.," well as ministers, in .. ........ ." .,.. "",
charge. Weekly services follow: Monday 7 P.m.,Christian Aid
Society; Tuesday 7:45 p.m., Prayer Meeting and Bible Study-
YOB "I't'IIIl 10 SO TO TW TO GET, Pastor, and deacons in charge; Wednesday, 7:30: p.m., Rehearsals .
of Choir No. I and No 3; Friday, 8 p.m., Rehearsalof
: Choirs No. 2 and No. 4. The church is located at 3333
Franklin Mrs Bessie Merchant is reporter. '

Sunday School begins at 9:30. Mrs. H. Solomon
supperlnten-! '
DJ .G. STORE NEEDS dent, will be in charge The lesson will be reviewed by Mrs. ,'
V.O.Young's class. At 11 ara. the morning service will begin f# /
Rev. W.E. Young will speak All adult choirs, senior choirs .
Trade', With I Your Neighborhood drug st re.. WE: WILL and the male chorus will serve. Usher Board No. 1 will serve
MEET' ANr'. PRICES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS also. At 5 p.m. the communion service will be administered
We deliver! We also fill all.Doctojs rrescrip! by the pastor and deacons. All youth choirs will rehearse
Wednedsay at 5:30: apm. Toe teachers' meeting will be a t
6:45; prayer meeting at 730. The Christmas practice will
Pixi1. be Tuesday afternoon at 5:30. Mrs H.M. Lawrence super A
t Pharmacy visor.

. 'I special program will Be held Sunday at I pm The All
ma. ; ,a mim Faith Union will meet Sunday, night December 14, at 8p.m, "
**: n Bishop R J,. Jones will be In charge.: Bible Study will b e .. w.

'. ',. Pin ;"35355. !),: ,; ..',." '.. Tuesday night Ttae' public). is invited "Mrs.. B. Goldsmith Is' -
: .;; reporter. :

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the full length robe is the hit that are hanging around so through your holiday activities
of the year Everyone loves it. many fashionable necks this take your beautician's
Everyone wean it. winter. These lengthy strands advice. Be the belle of then ( Oct. 21-Nev. 22)

At Penny, the store chain of beads are the latest trendIn ball with Final Net, the invisible Topes is the birthstone for
that sells more robes than any Jewelry. net those born under the sign Scorpio
other in the world, the mad Some ropes are lightweight impetuosity their rosincharacteristic
culotte is considered the most versions I of the waistline lnversoStocking ,
Important robe of all. It 0 0I chains that have been so pop and the red
A GOOD gift Idea Is Loop-
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as It is cozy for daytoay alternated in size and color lington-Cameo with tiny flower, according
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long and lean; still others natural and colored. that attach the garter tabs florists.Scorpionians..
wrap In luxurious fullness. Big pearls and llttl pearls of girdles with little flat i1' .
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Whatever the styling to- enjoyed since the twenties bumps. The super stretch of secretive, are actively confronted
day's robes primarily fall Into Cr4 and thirties, and they are Holiday time is near, and Loop-the-Loop also makes it with a lifetime battle-
two categories: rustling ar although folk rock has replaced Boutique full of marvelous
in universal favorite their
worn much the same way a for wear They can use great emo-
quilts and plush fleeces Quilt they were worn then. Long the waltz, some things with almost anything that gifts for family and friends, tional power for
ed robes, whether nylon tricot \ haven't changed It's still all within
ropes are tossed over close-to- holds up stockings such as your budget regenerationand
or satin acetate, shouldbe the.body knits that could have Important to look one's best the Start with a selection of v
''hand new gripper leg girdles, soar to the
washed for long stepped right out of the flapper Hairdos are especially 1m- most girdles using refil easy-care, easy to sew, low heights of an
wear Fleeces, some of them
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brushed to look like velvet. stockings and even old fashioned eagle Or they
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washed and "dried. F; and beads but they art must occasion.last for more than one holdups, a gift box full of on how to convert sting for Ireatdeltructlon. f
towels into gifts using
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Robe colors vary from hushed at a time. The fashion expertsat When you have your hair be welcome bath, beach, or kitchen terries If they overcome their material
pastels to noisy brlghts. ', set for the holidays,ask your can make
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the round and round one within that helps keep a set until many other Items. Made from
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Prints from cIasa1eIIora1a d their enaterlalistic -
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long, long way that robes ing in shape from basic geometries

have frying come coat"from are yesterday's"egg opulent animals to ,flamboyantly flowers and jeweled free BACK-TO-SCHOOL BASIC THE JUMPER WITH CLASS IJ

braid and Jewel trims that forms. And every color and
deck some of the robes des very mix of color goes. fJ31tJby You may not be a whiz at -
tined for holiday entertaining algebra or French, but you can idea of flattery. Scoop the'aeckline
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BOYS' LONG HAIR CAN tween the ages of 11 and 18 a For shampooing, authorities Carol Bennett fashion homework. ring'a..ding outfit for the school
.boy becomes hyper-aeiuitive say that massaging about V4 belle.
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AFFECT SKIN hyper-critical and hyper-self- teaspoon of the Hyperphase During; the summer I've noticed with top honors this term- Available In both misses and

.II (j .,.(\"", o..... conscious-it's called the hyper- liquid into the wet hair, adding the that winter everyone months looks put healthy a damperon but und if you can sew your own junior teen sizes, this one's at;
9 0 .e phase-and long hair is just more warm water for more complexion glows Those bright, you get A-plus in fashion and Team your brand new jumper
w one of the many hyper-phase lather, starts the action against rosy cheeks that a winter chill gives! dollar .. ... with just the right blouse,
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order to find what is "right"for They remind that any after great way to look bright, rosy ind your groove? Think agalnl look that's really. "to.
him. shampoo conditioner should be glowing all the time is Dorothy Many of the new patterns are gether!
But while most girls are usedto greaseless, to avoid putting oil Gray's Brush Stroke Blusher I Com made to order for beginners
:P o \: the problems of controlling back on the hair. pact. You can use it on -cheeks, One particularly winning One basic blouse pattern Is u
/'\ ) long hair, a boy is lets apt to Whether it's long or short, forehead, chin and et tips number is McCall's Step-By- McCalrs Step-By-Step Pattern
keep his hair as clean as he .hair that is properly cared for rf your ears to. gleam. all over Step Pattern #2070, a single, C107 for misses sites, and
should because he finds that can help reduce the skin problems streamlined design that'can be I #2108 for young junior-teens
The concern over long hair the oil that develops on it helps of those hyper phase years, A woman's eyes are probably the parlayed Into three different sixes, gives you.a short-ileeved: ,
for boys has led to the revelation him to control it. And it is this say the experts. most have alluring been Intriguing thing about her (eyes jumper dresses (How's that ,iab.collared blouse, a rom nlio-.

that it can be a majortaus accumulation of excess oils that men in the dark for centuries f ). for New Math?) looking turtleneck with long, ..
of problem skin. can create and spread an acne- Eyeliner helps shape the eye and: Make the sleeveless jumper cuffed sleeves, and 'sleevelets
Psychologists uy that be- like skin condition. give it more dimension and depending with a round or V neck, and overbloute that's perfect with ,n.
on the width of the brushstroke belt I it high ot low to fit your pants

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pm I' ....._ mi PAPERS SATW JKflHM S. \158 ,

I National, Black Artists: Exhibit At Columbia University Through DocamDtr 12nc

Harlem Celtwral (hit Columbia's Proxy Extolls ,h4fo, ell ?... State

I Presents Unique Show .: '
Std Tt Vab* Trill

Twelve new black artists will exhibit 49 paintings and sculptures I
at Columbia University November 21 through December
u 1\
.w It Is the first showing In Manhattan not Just incidentally.Black, I NASHYILLE.."Know the whole truth," Judge Bennie J. Harris -
of the exhibition titled but have Blackness as an im-' :''I/Vl-WfJ.:( ; of Chattanooga told Tennessee State University students
'' portant element of t their work. Wednesday. November 12. during the American Education
"New Black Artists organized /' ( .
by the Harlem Cultural The 12 "New Black Artists Week Convocation sponsored I by me scDoot w E.UUUIUUU.:
Council In cooperation with while sharing a common con- ;:/\1':\ ,I Miss Mary E. Burgess ofCookevllle slavery believing that they are

the School of the Arts andThe cern for communication and .. .J. ':;; ;" ):; i.j j ,,It.'.' / President of the in freedom. In order to safeguard
Urban Center of Columbia University black Identity are Individual- ': Mii':: ;<' i.>:: 4. 1j Campus Student National Ed- and to protect freedom,
istic In their use of techniques. ,' nacatlon Association,and Miss men must have knowledge."

It will be on view in the Rotunda Their forms expresslonaret 'iiJ; ..' : "Iff' Patricia Glasco, San Antonio Judge Harris pointed out that
of Low Memorial Li-;'.i deliberately simple brilliant and in '. .1.i .. '" Texas, President of Kappa there is a mad race betweenthe
brary on Columbia's Morn-I"' straightforward I :/j"{ ''fi. v f Delta Pi, also spoke on the social application of education -
Ingside Heights campus from *I color, and dramatically In- .l /,. I, II'. a program The String Ensemble in a democracy and tot

10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays tense. in I directed by Dr.W.O.Smith al catastrophe. "If we are
ant from 1 to 5 p.m. on The artists ranging age did the music.Introduced going to have catastrophe, it
weekends. It will be closedJ'Ianksgiving from 26 to 51, are from the + by E. Harper will be because we have not

: Day. I southern and eastern United Johnson of the Tennessee Education educated people. we have
The University is emphaslz- .States, one is from California Association staff, Harris .' not trained them in the loyalty
Jamaica WJ. ..
fog its invitation to residentsof and one from \ r the first black manto be and disciplines of free
the nearby Harlem and Up- They are: Ellsworth Ausby, J f elected to the bench in Chattanooga people in a free society. This

per West Side communities to Clifford Eubanks Jr., Hugh ,I... ..'" l held his hearers in is the primary purpose of education
Howell ,
Harrell L.
visit the exhibit. rapt attention as he called ; it is the drlviiu/force
The 30 paintings and 19 sculptures Tonnle Jones Charles McGee II" attention to the Importance of to elevate, the principles of
in the show will be included Ted Moody,Joseph Over- education in times like these true democracy; to teach individuals -
in the travelling exhibition : street, Anderson J. Plgatt, \ "Education must give every what democracy real-
Charles I
program of the Ameri- Searles Daniel and Pressley Erik W. A.Steph- ii child ((1)) a deep feeling of ly means. If we do not know
can Federation of Arts follow- I : competency ((2)) security, and these principles we cannot
lag the showing at Columbia. erson.The exhibition was coordinated : .it' ; (3) a feeling of belonging. B deal with each other.
I An illustrated catalogue.with should equip the student to In extolling the virtues of
Miss Sarah Faunce if ifAT
I a foreword by Edward K. curator by of paintings and sculpture I find that which he can do, !i knowledge the judge told his
Taylor, executive director of and to become something' of audience that to be at borne
at the Brooklyn Museum,
the Harlem Cultural Council, RECEPTION worth. with thinkers, the arts the
where "New Black Artists"was OPENING BLACK ARTEXHIBITatColumbia arts The exhibition
will be available at the Columbia which will continue through December 12 A native
,, University in New York Brlmingham, Ala., prophets study the human
originally shown in October City Columbia President Andrew W. was organized by the Harlem Cultural Council
incooperatlon be
exhibit. recetvedhisearlyeducatlon must study the
Cordler Edward K. Taylor executive director clth. with the School of the story, "you
In his foreword, Mr. Taylor Cultural Harlem Arts and The Urban Center of Columbia there and was graduated from whole story both the brighter
Davidson dean of Co Council and an unidentified guest The 49 University. The '
Taylor, sculpture at left is
paintings "Sugar Hill Rose "
says that the intent of the and by Morehouse College. He began and the darker phases.
sculptures in the
lumbia's School of the Arts, exhibit are the work of 12 new black art Anderson J. Plgatt.
exhibition is to "serve the his career as a public school "Democracy can survive any
in the University'spresentation
.dual purpose of Introducing to announcing of the "New teacher in Birmingham, was: crisis," said he, "including
a wider public the work of with the U.s. Government as a catastrophe and in surviving
twelve serious Afro-Ameri Black"Columbia Artists"is privileged show, said to, Admiring Block Artistry postal clerk; and later was provide for the world to comea

I 'cans artists, and of raising an account executive with a vision of a society of free,
have had a in organizing
the question as a questlon- part public relations firm beforehe people."
this exhibition and inbringlnrIt
I' of the role of Black feeling to Heights to entered Howard University The Health, Physical Education -
and experience in shaping the Mornlngslde A. School of Law where he earned and Recreation Depart.
be not byNewYorkers -
expression of Black artist." seen only his Law degree in 1959. meat won a plaque for the

j "'The simple fact," says Mr. those at who large but come especially from the .M1----.1' "Education must be so wide best AEW display in Univer

Taylor, '"Is that most of the neighboring may communities." /.. rI spread" said the former public sity-wide competition. MakIng -

artists represented here are 'J school teacher who is now the presentation was Dr.
1 I f of the Second Division Dean
rl I. f Judge MJ. Williams of the
I II / Court in Chattanooga, "as to School of Education. Second
Dr. W.C. Daniels Chosen ) enlist every student to the place went to the Department

measure of his capacity of Administration, Curricu-
$ to be all that he is able to become lum, and Instruction; third to
As Next Lincoln U. Mo.. Prexy ." the Department of Sociology;

Judge Harris, who was form- and Home Economics and
\ JEFFERSON CITY-Dr. Walter Clarence Daniel will become erly Assistant City Attorney Nursing Education and the Department -
the 12th president of Lincoln University next April 19 when he in Chattanooga, pointed out of Music tied for

Itf iranmtrataA In roronnnriloe _crhodulivt_n_____ _tar__ ttm___ camnuahpre.----r- _n_. that education must give loy- fourth place. The Tennessee
1 The l inaugural program will SGA.1;: Dr.Lawrence Nichol : alty and discipline to a freeman State University AEW Committee -
begin on Friday, April 17, son of the St. Louis for the in a free society "If Included Dr. Jerry D.
I '!when the ladles of the university school's alumni;Dr.Granville o rl? you acquire knowledge you Crosby (Chairman), Dr. Mildred -

and the community honor Sawyer, President of Taxes will know the whole story, Hurley Mrs. Gretchen

the new president's wife. Mrs. Southern University behalfof and you can better judge. Payne Dr. W.O. Smith,, Mrs.
Velma Thomas, a member of the country's Land Grant have a better basis upon which Elizabeth Reed Miss Dolores

I the faculty, will be in charge Colleges; Dr. H.E. Muellerfor to make Intelligent dlcislons." Harris, Mr. Preston ,Stewart,
of the tea which will be held the North Central Associ- "Without knowledge,men are ,ap4 Dr. M.D, Williams,'
!!! ,
1 ,. I
the in the campus.ROTC auditorium on ation sident; Dr.of John the University Weavers j pre-of : pltpd.I ,,--.111' .. y.: led\,co ..f t: : .. ,9U6.

On Saturday, April 18, Dr. Missouri in behalf of the institutions I r-- ... Ol rr

Percy L. Julian Director of of higher learning e
the Julian Research Institute in Missouri; and representatives ;ri i Wfct'i Win
hi '
in Franklin Park, Dl., will be of professional organizations. !- 1 r' Ctlhflesn

the featured speaker ,i t a I
luncheon scheculed for S p.m When Dr. Daniel assumes the 4, ;
in the gymnasium. formal control of the school in C.... ..... f. '.I.
After the luncheon, Invited its 104th year, he will direct Y
guests will gather at 9 p. m. the fortunes of a school that :
in the Rotunda of the Missouri is little like the'one startedby f r The Office of Student Personnel Green from Swainsboro Ga.;
State Capltor for the Inaugural the officers'and men of the t e I II" announces that thirty- Catbernlne Henderson? from
Ball. Both events will 62nd and 65th -- two students of the Fort Valley Plnehurst Ga.
,be staged by Edward ,Wilker- Infantry Regiments follownng STUDENTS admire Mil Omega" ture. It was organized by the Harlem Cultural Council in cooperation State College have been Hughes from Swainsboro Ga.-
son, the university's Directorof the Civil War. I" a painting by Joseph Overstreet one of the twelve new black with the School of the Arts and The Urban Center at selected to Who's Who in A- Curtis Hunter from Whigham, *
artists whose work is currently being shown in Low Memorial ,
Columbia. merican
Recreation. 'The school's original The exhibition is open to the public without charge Colleges and Unlver- Ga.; Ora James from Lake
The Inaugural Ceremony willbe pose was to serve the recent pur- continue Library through at Columbia December University 12 The exhibition, which will form 10 a.m. to :5 I p.m. on weekdays and from 1 to 5 p.m. on sities. park, Ga.; Donald Jolley from
displays paintings and sculpt Students
were nominated toWho'
staged In Richardson Auditorium Macon
ly freed Negro. It now enrolls Ga.; Alma Jones from
with Dr. T.D. Pawley, nearly as Who on the basis o f Ellavllle Ga. Bobbie
manycaucaslanstu-. ; Kalglar
head of one of the University's dents as it does Negro. Under I Veterans CornerEDITOR'S Students Teachers Like vice their to academic the standing, ser- from Americus Ga.;Coleman
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.ITH PAPERS -_ Ml? .

I NAACP Lawyers, Support Muhammad All's Right To Fight : in New York State I

I : '' rl'.1II Black Activists Gulf Marketers Hosts To, NAACP RI'..Is Units Also Seek,

'ktD. C. Meetllg Reversal .'Of Draft RuleNEW

WASHINGTON,D.C., Nov.24, sion." "We want to find out YORK Muhammad All's right to box >In New York State
:1969-.-:Black activists from first hand what the position'of was called for in a suit filed this week in UjS. District Court
Harlem spent two days in the Administration Is toward here by' the NAACP Local Defense and Educational Fund Inc

Washington conferring with the Black Community and to (LDF). The suit also stated that
officials of the Nixon Administration see what steps are belngtak- I The State Athletic Com mis- barring him "from the right
and the Republican en to involve Blacks effect sloe "arbitrarily,capriciously to earn a livelihood as a pro-
National Committee in ively in the governmental pro [ and unreasonably refusedto fessional athlete during those,
an effort to !determine what cess." renew plaintiff's profession few remaining years in which
the Administration is doing Following two days of meetIngs al boxer's license for a reason he can expect to be gainfully
to carry out President Nix with Agency personneland which has no rational connec- employed" constitutes cruel
on's campaign promise to Mr. Robert Brown, Spec tion with plaintiffs fitness or and unusual punishment.
give the Black Community ial Assistant to the President capacity to discharge the The Commission, according
,piece of the action" Mr. Cottman said,"we i dltles of the boxing profess- o the LDF, has violated Mr.
Mr. Clarence L. Townes,Jr. ,were genuinely impressed! | ion." LDF attorneysasserted. UPs rights under the First,
Assistant to Republican Na with the minority representation (Meanwhile, in the U.S.Courtof Eighth, and Fourteenth Amend
tional Committee. Chairman at the policy making Appeals in New OrleansLDF ments to the Constitution.The .
Rogers C.B. Morton, in ad 'level and the track record attorneys sought reversal of attorneys cite Mr. All's
dressing the group known as which has been set by the. the draft evasion convictionof work as a minister of the Na-
the Liberal Independent Republican Administration In the fieldof Mr. All) ,ion of Islam, having "taught
Club of Harlem civil rights suits. The ,: ', : .'. ', ., ,:,. (They challenged the legality and preached his faith at Musilm -
commended them for their Nixon approach Is more pok.. I of the, government's prac- Temples, in ghetto streets,
interest in the affairs IIf government ttive toward the Black Community I1 t tlce of wire tapping as used and at schools and colleges
and "tor taking time than we have been led : in Mr. All's case as well as ill over the nation .
'I' '
to come to Washington to geta to believe." ; systematic exclusion of Ne- "He has counseled teenage
better insight into the many A Harlem attorney and 1969 11 I i gross from draft boards.) gangs such as the Blackstone
outstanding programs of the Republican candidate for the Ii I ',' i| These suits bring the nation's Rangers of Chicago, HI," in,
Nixon Administration and the New York City Council, Adam I ,I...I. largest, private civil! rights efforts to bring community
Republican party" Tatem, observed that "the I !I legal organlsatiootoMrAU'sassistance peace and harmony.
The group composed of ten Nixon policy as administered ; / I According to Michael Melts-
professional men and women' through the Departmentsis : 1'1Y r :her, the LDF's First Assistant
'from' Harlem, headed by Mr. showing a more respectful ; Counsel: .
John Cottman, Recruitment attitude toward the public ,The NAACP Legal Defense
and,Training Coordinator for regardless of race, than n: Fund believes that the State
the Housing and Development previous Administrations. i, of New York has unlawfully
Administration of New York,. The attitude is one of 'we Jenied Muhammad All a renewal -
described the trip to Wash- are at your service', not ; ;r'i;';, ., ':; of his boxing license.
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Ingotn as,a "fact finding.mis 'what do you want'." ''' ;r'o. I. ,, ( } ka His conviction for refusing
: .,. :> 't.. ; .. .;; : o submit to induction in the
.:' :: ( ,,"" ,.' \rmed Forces has nothing to
Purdue's' Black Cultural lo with his ability to box His
I MUHAMMAD ALI character and sincerity are
GULF MARKETERS HOST NAACP-These Gulf OH marketing thers, Pittsburgh; C.J. Evans, Pittsburgh; DE. Smith, Baltimore not in doubt. His ability Is
Center Opening DelayedWEST men, from the company's Eastern Marketing Region, met recently Sales Supervisor D.A. Young, Boston; Sales Representative The LDF's New York complaint beyond question. He should
in Philadelphia with Region Vice President E.F. Jacobs R.B. Bowie, New Haven, Conn.; Mr. Kean; Sales Representative noted that September not be denied the right toearna
LAFAYETTE, Ind... A charter (fifth from right, front row) and Daniel G,Kean (fifth from left, Lawrence Edgerson, Camden, Mr. Jacobs; Sales Representative : 22, Mr. All applied to the livelihood in the few years
Development of a Black Cultural tural Center for a Black Cul front row),\ Senior Public Relations Representative, for a discussion J.A Hendricks, Washington, p.W. Bennett, Philadelphia -- Commission for renewal of remaining in his career.
Center at Purdue University requires approval of special marketing problems and to play host to the. ; C.A. Hereford, Boston; R.O. Vaughn, New York City his boxer's license. On oCtober Mr. All was convicted in
will wait until a new dents but by the not only black stu- Pennsylvania Conference of Branches of the, NAACP at a r e- (Gulf Plastic Products Co.), B.E. Willis, Baltimore; and K. L. 14,the Commission unanimously 1967 of refusing to submit to
advisory board can be elect ate ( University Sen ceptlon following the group's Awards Banquet. From left are Hawthorne who Is on loan to the Commonwealth of Pennsyl- voted to deny the application induction into the Armed Services -
(governing body of the sales Representatives T.L. Linden vania as Executive Director of the Governor's Council on the basis of his
ed by the .university's black faculty) and administration N.J.! J.A. Finley, on Urban In a Texas federal court
students. if the Baltimore (C. Hoffberger Co., a Gulf (Isubsldlaryy); GO Stro- Affairs conviction for refusing to ,but later the Supreme Courtof
center Is to have university submit to induction in the
Prof. Stephen J. Citron, assistant funding. Armed Services. the United States remanded

vice president.for' Citron also reported 0 n Just A Matter Of Tires According the LDF complaint the case for reconsideration. -
24 1969 the
academic affairs, serving as "Black Week" activities at the Commission stated On July ,
interim coordinator Texas court resentenced Mr.
of black
Purdue which open next week.
that his participation in box
student programs! told the The week was "kickedoff ft All to five years in prison
ing events in the State was '
Purdue' Board and a $10,000 fine The case
of Trustees
however, by the at
"detrimental to the best interest -
interim Wednesday advisory(Nov. 5)board) that is an of Purdue Gary.on Mayor 1'11ursday.Nov.Richard( G.6) :i tit tk vrs; 1 Interest of boxing convenience or to the public is the presently Court of being Appeals appealed for the to

now working to develop nom,. Hatcher, who Is appearing on ity." Fifth Circuit.Mr. .
nation. and election procedures a colloquium series "Di All's license to box In
complaint\ asserted that '
1 "lode-
for a board. } New York State was
new advisory mensions of
the University. failure ,to renew the license
by I the
Development of Black Cut finitely suspended" ,
Other Black Week activities IL I I- denied All's constitutional I
trual Center adjacent to the will include a three-day con ,Commission on April 28,1967,
rights to due of law
process ,
the he refused to
Purdue campus was proposedas ference next week on Afro- same day
to equal protection of the laws ,
patt of a, newly emerging 'Ame Studies Citronsald $ I and to freedom of religion. submit to induction.
black staMtfprofrainimNdue. ,tM1c ac .tnruSth ,, 1
,:A proposed charter for II,be it acquiringbackground ; a. r I NAACP Urges 'A It General
the center?jutoored-by-4n' material for development ;.
advisory board of all black | of a Center for Afro- r-
students, was turned down American Studies at Purdue. To Repudiate CRS DirectorNEW
September;22) In a campus The, week's activities also 1 I
black student' referendum' included a Black careet con- NEW YORfc-U. S. Attorney Holman's pronouncements,
10297. ference, "Mission Possible," I General John N. Mitchell has the NAACP leader. told the
The total vote representedabout : to be keynoted:by Franklin I been urged by the NAACPto Attorney General, "are subject -
40 per cent of the uni Williams, former U$. Ambassador repudiate anti-Integration- to the Interpretation that
versity's 440-plus blacks. to Ghana and now ist statements attributed to they reflect the policy of the
Citron also reported to the director of the Urban Centerof Ben Holman, director of the* Department unless they are
board that the search for a Columbia University. Also Community Relations Service repudiated by you. If you do
black academician: to become ,, on the prop-amis a theater i In the Department of Justice. not reject Mr. HolmanVpar-
coordinator of the program presentation, "Psalms of Pro-' Failure to do so, NAACP tisan position, which violates
continues with "several interviews test", and exhibition the Unlversltjf Executive Director Roy Wllkins the neutral role of the Com-
to be arranged in Libraries' collections said in a' letter to the munity Relations Service, the
the near future." which reflect the black experience Attorney General, on Novem- NAACP and the general public -
The interim advisory boardto ; and art exhibit; anda ber 21, gives the Impression must conclude that the an
( the coordinator) was appointed recital by Black ptanist Miss "that the anti-Integration policy ti-Integration policy is that /of
following the defeat of Armenta : Is that the Nixon Administrator "
Adams of the Nixon Administration ,
...toA..." M II'_uJ'UlO._____..... ".to..._._..,,.,._.. b ." U this has become Admistra-
y a Wilkins' letter cited a newspaper tlon policy, Mr. Wilkins said,
Fir All Yiir Fill Oil Needs Cilh r f 4q' 1 account of a television "it will mean that the national '
program during which Mr. policy of Integration, the
Holman is quoted as having hard-won goal of most Negroes
JAMES LASTER ft SONS said that Integration is a n and now established in

,', "unrealistic and unwise court decisions, }legislation
goal" Further he is quotedas and executive action, has
768-8314 r having Instructed his field been rejected by this Ad-

... ... staff not "to go into the big mlnstration In favor ef a
Kerosene ft Fuel Oil WALTER WOMACK, director of a new program to develop more-- division.; before taking: responsibility for training the store cities of this country and talk separate black development."
managers from minority groups for B.F. Goodrich retail stores, manage? trainees PMED Is associated with Opportunities Industrialization about integration" The agency In such a case, he concluded -
Fast Truck Delivery explains tire construction to the first class. The men are being Centers of America, the nation's oldest and has seven regional offices I "we had better all be informed
trained at Progress Management and Economic Development largest job training organization for Negroes and other minor- and is active in 27 cities so that we can prepare
Meter Printed Tickets' .(PMED) headquarters in Philadelphia in preparation for enter ity group members. The four trainees are, left to right: Steve for the confrontation
ing the regular B.F. Goodrich retail management training pro- Stevenson\, 23; James F. Cole, 34; Jesse Parker, 25, and John .
ram .Woraack was given Intensive training by the BEG tire, L. Jackson, 26....NPI Photo I

.' Seagram's 7 Crown

NAACP Kaplan Says 1963 Christmas.

: fight birth defects Rights March Was. Pivotal .

WASHTNGTON.D.C.-The mlttee, Bonai;'; flints, told the
ton could have saved billions Jobs Film Festival guests that
of dollars in damages caused more effective work programs "
by riots and protests by responding were needed for today's youth;
to the 1963 March and unemployed Instead of war i- L
Washington demands Peace training.He .
and Jobs, KivieKaplanpresl: urged government, private
dent of the NAACP, declared and community organiza-
during a recent visit to the tions to support the use' of
city to participate in the New films and audio visuals as'
: / Mobilization Committee training mediums to prepare,
r A I March Against The War' in more people for adequate employment A-
Viet Nam.Kaplanwho. .
spoke atthe First Approximately 200 trainees
annual Jobs Film Festival and instructors from the Urban 5tnpr
luncheon for Urban League On % League, United Planning
The Job trainees at the Washington organization, D. C. Public
OFft Hilton, said If Congress Schools and the Washington
had seriously considered the Technical Institute attended yin
18-blllion Freedom Budget sessions of the three day workshop e r i

r proposed by A. .fnllip Ran- on the latest use of films.
,dolph, chairman of the original Mayor Walter Washington .'
L;1 scheduled to the festivalbut
j March On Washington, open
the riots, burnings and confrontations was 'prevented from attending -

: of later years March. because of the Peace (Decanter and regular bottle gift packaged at no extra charge l|
could have been avloded. .
WMI itx.lnr"CuN YCbkeJedWMkryeenor,60OnI, ln Ntw l SpUn"l
y't' Ir' 'Vnfih Kaplan, wbolsalsotreasarer\
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I\ '.1umpY Fans See Rattlers rap Spartan Resources( To Tune Of 34 To 28 I

i Coach Eddie RobinsonSet I I Tilane And La,. The lift Game f Gaither-C l.t Combination'

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: For Orange Battle State Seen As ".Of TeckniquesSets' Pattern

i CRAMBLING.LA.SPECIAL} 1965. Grabbling Foes II IM If I- I TAMPA.-.A total of 46,477 persons jammed the stadium: at

I Following a weekend oftom- Some Tiger rooters claim I Tampa Saturday to witness the historic University of Tampa-

follery In which Crarnbllng that they are undaunted by the Florida Agricultural and Mechanical University football: game.

suffered a 21-17 setback at flailing and confidentially expect NEW YORK, November 30- These thousands were on On the Tampa side there was

the hands of hated Southern, future products to beconslslently Grambllng College the predominantly ( their feet through most of the ;:Jim Del Gaizo playing his

University Coach Eddie! Rob palatable. Negro school that has game as Coach Curd's Spar last game. He moved with
inson has taken drastic measures Grambllng supporters are Caliber's Rattlers -
produced more pro football tans and Coach speed and showed passing never I
to brighten his o f- fervently if somewhat prematurely fit battle from the
up stars than any other college \ went into before seen. Del Gaizo

fense in lengthy scrimmages making plans for the except Notre Dame, will soon very outset. left nothing to be wanted. He

for the Orange Blossom Class. Orange Blossom Classic celebration get some competition for grid s The final score was 34 to 28 had already taken a single-
ic. with vivid recollec In favor of the Rattlers
talent from other Louisiana season passing record In two
Usually calm and'self-con- tions of the Southern University schools. The score added another years and completed 23 passes -

tained. Robinson was visually upset. This prediction was made today brilliant bead to the wampum >I out of 46 tries for 423

shaken by the team's performance While there was little reason in an article about the belt of Jake Gaither, winning- [yards and two touchdowns

against the Jaguars for hysterical back slapping Grambllng football team and est coach ever.Certainly Scruggs hurled 14 completions -
before an all-time home record Saturday Grambllng could this Is a first
its coach Eddie Robinson lathe in 22 attemps and wenton
crowd of 32,115. tale solace from a picture current issue of Look for it was a game between a I for an additional 111 yards

Gambling was particularly story appearing in the Dec. 16 Magazine :predominantly black school Jim Owens and Hubert Glnn

vulnerable against a Southern issue of Look currently on .and predominantly white
As segregation barriers ,
yardage so u
helped pile up
club that didn't look too the fact that
prepossessing newstands plus crumble Tulane and Louskna school, and In the South. It i ItO bring FAMU to 321 yards
when the season the college will probably lead State University both'already is the first time in the historyof ( gained at the
highest ever
opened, but meshed almost all NCAA college-division such
football when two
starting to look around undoubtedly in its record-
from the start under Coach teams in total attendance for I Spartan expense
''It will be the first to teams have faced each other.
AI Tabor's expert guidance the 1969 Centennial football breaking history.
It is the first Interracial game
muscle In, the article said. Scruggs threw 19-yarllptSl
The Jaguars compiled a 621 campaign in the state of
ever played
AU but 12 of Gambling'scurrent to Alfred Slkes on the second
record in Tabor's first; ar. In nine regular season games, Florida. '
of 67 ,
players are
crop reboundedwith
will trek Into Miami the attracted 240 29 string Tampa
Gambling Tigers
I There was no lack of enthusiasm.
from and
for the Orange Blossom fans while appearing in the Louisiana only one d a three yard burst by
of the 12 is from outside the Sadly Leon McQuay, also a record'
Classic on Dec. 6, with a 6-3 Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum ,
Sister Bertrille everywhere.
South. ( Field) offers words of encouragement to Armando (George Spell), breaker.In .
standard New York's Yankee Stadi-
Since he became bead foot diminutive pinch-hitter for the Convent San Tanco team in "The Big Game," third-sea Tampa No. 7 among small the second period the score
Saturday's defeat knocked the urn and the Astrodome on a
ball coach at the age of 21, son premiere episode of the Flying Nun, now seen on the ABC Television betvork between universities and colleges bad went to 14-14, hot enough
out theSouthvestern coast-to-coast
1 Tigers schedule fresh out of quarterbacking 7;30 and 8 p.m. on Wednesday The Screen Gems' half hour seriestias as guests such won eight straight games and The Rattlers, true to history,
Conference for
Athletic race The Look article was writtenby
I Leland in 1941 Rob stars as Don Drysdale and Willie Davis has been had an 8-1 record overalL
College Young Spell
assigned to a seven-year struck twice in the third quarter
tht first time in five Warren chief of
Southern proved that anything years. the magazine's Rogers Washington. inson has produced 70 players contract with Screen Gems, with a possible series of his own in the offering The 8-1 overall Rattlers had a record of Owens 235-pounder made

for the National American .
a 12-yard run, and Glum, with
can be accomplished In the rivalry C., bureau with supporting Historically, emotionally
Football 35 of whom
through prayer, brute photographs by James Hansen. are still in Leagues the pros. S. Carolina S. College Prentice Hill enthusiastically, this game an 11-yard ahead by spurt twotouchdowns.put the Rattlers -

force and crashing power as Grambling drew 221,585 spectators left nothing to be desired. No
1968 Robinson'steam
Through Late in the third quarter the
Crambling lost its third last for
a -
game year composite other game has been better
I of the season, a situation that total of 468,114 paid admissions had won 180, lost 66 and Has ;Leads HamptonORANGEBURG played or will be better play Spartans came back on a one-
tied 11. But, says Look Rob New Look yard plunge by McQuay trying
J hasn't occurred here since in two seasons. ed. It was simply a match
inson's is more than a great 1 the hot game In the last period
coach He is a great human between two good teams. on a 64-yard screen pass

being Like Coach Vince S.C....-The "We have nine centers and Basketballers, Coach"Curici has a splendid from Del Gaizo to Orndorf.

Tampa-FAMU-Facts Lombard( be believes it is 1969-70 South Carolina State our problem now Is convert- team. Coach' Gaither has a Tampa has two black players -

more Important to make football College basketball team hasa Ing some of these fellows to ,spendld team. Leon McQuay and Will.
HAMPTON And for few of
now a points
players ito men than men new look .In size style and forwards." INSTITUTE ie Lee Jones starters. The
Hampton Va this battle for the downs
,, With three
And Flgures69Tampa Into football players. spirit. But no matter what The 'Junior college playerswho said "This future of interracial conege'and
Coach Curd
The high school boys that ,they possess they are cast, have joined the team pre-season basketball scrim university football without
wins to their was the greatest thing
777728 Eddie' gets generally come In ,the role of following a should give additional strength mage credit the that game ( to this string attached, has been
: from the lowest economic ord. "tough act" when comparedwith to the veterans who have returned Hampton Institute Pirates ever happened solved.
FAMU.: 7-7-14-6.,34 opened their first bid for the community. It was truly a
er. They are black,poor casually the Bulldogs of a year contest of real athletic I Tom McEwen Tampa Tribune
top in the spirit.
spot Central
..eaeeeeeel educated except in the bitter ago. Returning from last year's \ Sports Editor says "In
There was not a single inci
lore of the ghetto and the Last season, Coach Ben Jobs'1 StAC,championship! team are collegiate Athletic Association view of the discoveries of this
when dent. The kids of both teams
rural backwater teetering on 6'3" Johnny Carey Tyrone they played against such as quality and play
l took a rag-tag of play game
AiMSlices 1) hard and
pass form Scruggs (Lovett Kick) Morgan State on Monday. were hitting clean.
the edge of a wasted perhaps Williams Reginald WIUlams6'21Z" and the full house other state
......... ers and guided them to the' ,
Tampa McQuay 2 run ({Soper Kick) In earlier pre-season IP:Ira- ,Both teams were out there to '
........... criminal life. He salvages SIAC visitation conferencetitle Eddie White 6'5", ,universities might do them-
AiM Scruggs 15 run (Lovett Kick) mage games the Pirates 'took ,win and they were not thinking
them, says the magazine. NAIA District 6 visita- Phile Stephens 6'7", David 'selves! favors to look to Tampa -
......... "
Tampa Orndorf 4 pass from Del Gaizo (Soper kick) wins over the Newport News anything else.
tlon title and led them in the Goggans 6'1", Johnny Thorn- and the Florida A&M U.
...... ,
A&M-- The a sellout before
Owens 12 run (Lovett Kick) Elks Club, Langley Air I game was
1 AiM...........-Clan 11 run (Lovett Kick) Sports Tips Associated Press College Division .ton and 6'6" Floyd Williamsand Johnson. force Base and Christopher its opening. People of "schedule openings deve:
Thornton Reginald
Tampa..---.....McQuay 1 run (Soper Kick) rankings. Newport College in preparation every race came from everywhere I lop.
all six.
The team won its first IS Tyrone Williams A Florida state alumnus said
TampaOrndord( 64 from Del Galzo for another and rubbed elbows.
pass (Soper longhard sea
games before losing and ranked footers are backcourt aces |he will suggest that the Seminoles -
kick) son in the highly competitive More than 100 fans could not
A&M............-Glnn 4 run (Kick failed) as high as No. 10 in the with Tyrone Williams regarded CIAA. get In, but they stayed. [ book these teams.
***..***** Associated Press Poll, then by Jobe as one of the best The first two When roaring fans carried Although the loss was a blowto

I dropped to 17th In the final in the conference. pre-season Caliber off the football field Curd he said, "A&M Is
scrimmages left the Pirates
t Another player in the Bull far far the best team
by by' !
,'' rankings ,
ATTENDANCE: 46,477 '' /with uuatigasivt of last Saturday be had tallied
received his dogs' camp is ,6'5" waiter average 'if4'vl' played since- Pvebeen
Stadium Tampa} 'J W blr'legj3 ..shift Jobe share of Wot'lej'tlthb'returnM.ft* t''tlo JOft t point pelbcame.c In host the 202nd win,U hIi'Jca.reer., '
honors He was namea Wng..expeedaad
t Two
: 1jJ> : \ Ing Chrjs4pnber( Newport College louthpa'l'"luanerbacD
Coach of-the-Year by the tour of duty with the'An'med'IServlces the Pirates scored a kept the crowd""Telling and"'>{ tave Scruggs,hurl as."

I SIAC and NAIA. In addition screaming complete! oblivious Coach Galther has conquered.
Your mere 74 points., Head coach ,
professional beautician
he has The junior college transfers I Headlines are revealing
been the speaker for Isaac of race color or creed.FAMVs :
Moorehead ,
EurtLang. was quite
knows the answer several basketball clinics in ,6'5" Larry Artls, 6'5" pleased with his teams's showIng Steve Scruggs, St. 'Tampa-AiM Game A ThrillerTampa
I .the Southeast. 6'7" George James and Florida A&M
0 in the first two scrimmages Peterburg Gibbs High graduate
So then the "new look" 6'2" Bobby Mays have all ,Game Breaks Myths-Tampa
1 : but not so much with came out on top of the
{ Bulldogs have their work cut looked fine in practice. Stadium Spectacle Begins a
','I' the 74-60 victory over CNC. scoring column. Scruggs
I out for them. Showing a lot of promise are He was concerned about his scored one touchdown and 'New Era-Rattlers Nip U. t of.

The Bulldogs will trade their' freshman Lafayette Knox 6'5" team, scoring only two points passed for another in leadingthe ,Tampa By 34 to 28.
of Seneca, S.C., 6'2" Lenny
one-man offense of a year ago hairbreadth win
Wright and Joe Faison 6'4"of during a six-minute span ,
for the run-and witha

Why does some hair SKIING few sUght' modifications gun game says Portsmouth Va. Both Fal dwindle which saw to a a three U-polnt point lead lead t ( t\/e 141 1

Unless you favor cross Jobe. son and Knox played center In

country skiing, most of your South Carolina State will be high school, but because of his Providing the scoring punch

break off when combing' time on skis will be spentIn taller than in previous years ability and skill, Faison may for the Pirates once again is
downhill Prentice Hill, who was the seventh
running which
be switched to forward
aDS will have more speed than
i requires attention( to these The Bulldogs will play a 24- leading scorer in the
last season. Jobe had a
four cardinal points problem
; 1 Keep'skis conference last season and
,J Your hair Is precious and delicate. and none of us like to see close together. 2, Keep last season of not enough game schedule including 12 Bob Kornegay who leads all -.-.--- -
A blue
Vt break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use body vertical (at right angleto centers' this season he has too conference games and IONA in the win 100 feet long
scorers and
over Lang- ISO
i : weighing ton makes
of hot combs and over processing of hair with chemicals often slope), knees bent loose, many, IA District S contests. ley Air Force Base, burning --.1, a ten-ton elephant look amen

; are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage But- relaxed; 3. Hands low.firmly the nets for 35 points

I hair that Is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks "gripping poles, 4. Gaze fixed Coach Moorehead wqjild like'
i off in everyday combing. Notice how irritated scalp becomes ahead of skis to watch the
your to see more scoring from senior -
when you comb In contrast to the way your beautician does? 4unthe,, contours.slopes After a skier day Great Grumbling Statistics Harold James who collected

t I Your professional beautician knows that curly hair mats and enjoys a hot relaxing every bath.A 15 points In the Christopher
i tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing,'
; Otherwise, Irritation ,few drops of Desert Flower Sept. 12, Grambllng 7, Alcorn A&M 28, Att. 62,294; Sept. 20, Newport game.
unnecessary to the
scalp and damage to
beauty bath oil in your tub Starting lineup to date Includes -
Grambllng Morgan State 12 Alt Oct. 4
60,118 Grambllng
the shaft ; ,
and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed will help ward off that bane
Mike forward
58, Pralrle Blew A&M Att. oct; 11 Backus ;
: softening and 11,072, Grambllng,
a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break : of all skiers-dry skin
Gary Anderson guard Kor
tent State Ail, Att. 7,667, Oct 18 Grambllng Miss.Valley ;

on all human
age hair (
including wigs), most beauticians (NP Features)
on Clairol Hair-So.New rely; State, 13; Att. 14,167 Oct.2 5,Grambllng62 Jackson State, negay center; James forward 4
spray-on creme rinse. For
ease and for beautifying your hair In other combing trained 13, Att. 13,992; Nov. 7, Grambling 42, Ark. AMiN 0,Att. 9, ? f 1 I. ,1
many ways, 234 Nov. 15 Grarnbling 28 Tesas Southern 26 Coach Moorehead has announced
beauticians ; Att. 29,960,
a complete of .
family fine Clairol
for gii6
products that he will be
1Z' SrAlZnD our as
your specific needs, Nov. 22, Grambling 17, Southern U., 21 Alt 32115. Total:
jE0 fP nN ANCIENT 240,529. The 1968 Grambllng attendance was 227.58S. slated by Wyatt Collins a
Visit your expert hairdresser, who cares about your hair care', N Hampton Alumnus and former

and your comfort. Whatever the nature of your hair problems, "lJ''V"TI At i teammate of Coach Moore-

only your professional beautician knows the answer for sure 1IGM \' head's. Collins is currently

C Clilrol"Inc, reel I No Butinttt LIke INDOOR the \ Director of Recreation
Courtesy?t Slalml' ?| Inc. OF A NOUsE GAMES MAKE, Assistant -
Sports Business I for Newprot News

4: z. Rising sports interest and BAD DAYS SUNNY! Collins is primarily 'concerned

EARN-AND.LEARN PRO GRAM': FOR WOMEN great participation capital growth is making for weather Gloomy? Shelve outside filled ?with Bad In. :In top physical with the being' .

An example Sportsotron door fame to play In poor Concerned with! the physical

i Inc which this year became weather are gifts aunihme to condition of the Pirates Collins .

Offers A course In publicly-owned. Started by enjoy ,year 'round! Active says, "the boys have to be

I college chums Michael Roth garnet or tabletop quiet ones able to give 100 par cent all

i and Richard Karyo several all types break the ice when season, if we are to prove AIIIANb
r *, f1 ,,'J; ,. ,:' 1 5RAPHIC ARTS I years ago. this sporting couiini: arrive In a itorm and formidable I in the CIAA this

.!' ,' ." goods firm originally specialized need to thaw out. One lure way "
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,.:. J'; 'Tape Punch ming accessories. Recent for both adulU and youngitenla k Collins point might in essence -

I ', 'I 'I Yarilypijg acquisitions in the skiing "Limbo Legi" be. the key to Pirate agent

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I.Southern U. Upsets Gi a moling Before 32,115 Fans And Governor McKeithen I

Look, Miiazfne Chooses Three AIT Couth Is !anon Is hiss olnec noi Jagaars ',Get First Victory

I Defensive Stars For Honors Poise Seeker h Three Years Of Rivalry

NEW YORK --Three black defensive stars hw been named i

The Z3-man: team, which includes -- --' -- primly and opportunistically in the face pf overwhelming odds
a kicking specialist ola's comparatively small de Fer 69 Team .D the first half Saturday, then transformed a one-sided clash

the first time, was chosen by fensive end, Is 6'1" and 210 into a thrilling encounter for a stunning, 21.17, upset of bowl-
the Football Writers Associa- pounds. He was selected by bound Grambllng College. .before a turn-away crowd of 32,115,
tion of Amerlcaand announced the Writers for his speed and GREENSBORO, N.C....-The including uor.. John Mcneiuien.,
today in the current issue of mobility. things that A4T coach Cal Irvin Grambling: plays Florida A4U ed scoring opportunities at
Look Magxlne. four schools -- Ohio State, wants of his basketball TI oPt v 93, University in the Orange the 19, 24, 26 and one-yard

Ohio State's John Tatum,of e Texas.,.Perm State and Tennessee team an the intangibles,things Blossom Classic'in Miami, lines.
of four Juniors on the team,1s placed two men each like poise. Fla on Dec. 6. Southern picked up momentum
versatile enough to play any on the honor team. Going into his ,16th seasonas The outcome warmed the after intermission with an
position on either defense oi The Writters named Mike the Aggies' mentor,.Irvin cockles of Jaguar supporters all-out effort.
offense, according to Buckeye Reid of Penn State winner of has a bagful of tangibles. He hearts and gave SoutkernUniverstty Attacking with deliberate
Coach Woody Hayes. His versatility the (OUtland Trophy, which is has four starters back from its first victory in proficiency, the surprising
prompted the Writersto awarded to the outstandlngln-. .last year, two of the finest three years in the big intrastate Jaguars drove 80, 70 and 37
tenor lineman In the country. freshman prospects in the rivalry. yards for scores
list him as a deep back in
n would have been almost impossible
the 4-4-3 defense they decidedwas Steve Worster of Texas, Bob state, and a half a dozen more Quarterback Robert Levergn, -
most popular in colleges Jacobs of Wyoming and Chip good players up from the Jayvees Louis Porter and Eddie Rich- to improve the for
Kell of Tennessee the other 'ards mate, as Southern commanded
this are These players would figured prominently in
Mike year."Cat" Ballou, a 230- Juniors! on the team. Dennis ,be starters at other collegesin the resurgence, taking care the situation so throughlythat
it kept the huge crowd in turmoil
Onkotz of Penn StateandSteve the conference. of running and! passing detailsin
linebacker UCLA'sironman.
pound As a sophomore,was liner of Tennessee are the But Irvin wants poise. "We conclusive fashion as South Harold each Carmichael time it cot the ball.

210 minutes only holdovers from the 1968 are going to have to develop ern slammed back with three bolted
racked of
up play. .
time '' added 196 minutes team. poise," he said, "and that's touchdowns In the second half yards grabbing a pass
; from
and the Each of the All Americas something that you teach a after trailing by 14 at inter- Levergne on what was
last year was mos
easily the most spectacular
will receive Uncle Star-for. team"
a mission.
durable of the :"Brulns'defend- :
this seasons the-Stars Sports Rlnglnhohor Even with all of t fine ma- Grambllng' ran and passed play of the contest to rack
Jim of his achievement, terial, Irvin Is very guarded with unbounded enthusiasm in up the final Jaguar touchdown.
Gunn Southern Callfor
Lewis later booted a 32yard'field
about his predictions A Jacksonville coed was named Miss Homecoming at Bethune-C okman College recently after the first quarter and threatened for to
goal Grambling
"We actually have a lot of waging a campaign with the unusual slogan,Give A Brown Skin Girl A Chance." Shella Flem- on three more occasions round out the scoring alter
look FWAA good material," be said, suing a 19 year-old sophomore, is a Pre-Law student, and plans to become an attorney. She as Southern failed to push the Southern put an end to two
S.C. ScheduleSouth "but it hasn't been tested yet. Is ecreta y of the StudentG1nrnment Association,Administrative Council Representative and panic button. hostile
more scoring efforts
All-Amer. Only five of the players tave t member of the Pyramid Club of DeltaSigma Theta Sorority. Sheila reigned during the parade The Tigers swooned down the Southern's middle linebacker
been tested In a college situ- and ceremonies of the recent BCCfesUY1Ues.Pittsburgh field for a TD the first time Isaiah
Robertson named
The complete roster of the was
ation. they got the ball as Frank
1969 Look-FWAA All-Ameri Carolina State Col- The nucleous of the A&T Holmes engineered a six-play the game's most valuable
ca team, follows: Offense lege's basketball schedule follows team will be composed of returning 76-yard drive. player, an honor which Includes -
quarterback, Mike Phlpps, : Dec.1,Fayetteville State starters Vernon Walk Will Host Ail- Fullback William O'Neal the Stone Johnson-
Purdue; Running Backs, Steve 4,5,6, College of South Carolina er, 6-7, Daryle Cherry, 6.0 boomed into the endzone from Mack Hill Memorial Trophy.
Owens, Oklahoma;' Jim Otis, Tournament,Orangeburg; guard Tommy Blackman, 6-3 three yards out. Calvin Lewis The crowd of 32,113 was an
Ohio State, Steve Worster, 8, Morris College, 10 Voor- and sophomore forward Elmer added the first of two PATs. all-time record crowd for
Texas; Enda, Walker Gillette, hees College, 11, Allen University Austin, 6.4.Cherry American Intercollegiate The prosperity continued as Grambllng and raised the season
Richmond, Jim Mandich,Michigan who Joined the squad Ben Stephens picked offa way- attendance figure for nine
; Tackles, Bob McKay, Jan. 10, Benedict, 12, Fisk, Monday after starring oQ the ward pass and! rambled to the games to 240,529.
Texas, John Ward, Oklahoma 15, Savannah State, 17, football team and Walker,were nine where Frank Lewis took Grambling's trip to t h e
State. Bethune, Daytona Beach, 21, both All-CIAA selections last Football Players January 9 It in for the score Orange Bowl also representsthe
Guards: Bill Bridges,Hous- Allen University, Columbia, season when the Aggies were At this point, there was little club's third straight bowl
ton, Chip Kell, Tennessee; 24, Savannah State, Savannah!, 174. Inkling of the disaster that bid and the fourth appearanceIn
Center, Rodney Brand,Arkansas 28, Benedict, Columbia, Jan Other players with a good awaited Glum Eddie Robin- the Orange Blossom Classic -
; Kicker, Bob Jacobs, 30, Fisk, Nashville, 31, Lane chance for a starting berth Royal Crown Cola Joins With ,son's crew as(Grambllng fluff- since 1955.
Wyoming; Defense Ends; Jim t College, Jackson, Term. are freshmen guards William
Gunn, Southern California,Bill Feb. 2, Lane, 4, Morris Harris and Al Carter, 6-6
Brundige, Colorado. Brown, 7; Tuskgee, Tuskgee, senior Lonnie Kluttz, senior Pittsburgh Center 19,000 Fans See Eagles

Tackles: Mike Reid, Pen 11, Morris Brown, Atlanta, guard Esroy Watts and 6-5 I

State Dame, Line Mike backers McCoy, Mike Notre I ville 13 FayettevllleStateFayette-, N.C., 16, Tuskegee, 18, Junior sophomore Billy Milt Buckingham.Nunnally and PITTSBURGH, Pa.:--The New':Pittsburgh Courier and Royal Crown Cola Co.., the latter of Tie Score With NC A&T
; Voorhees Denmark ,S.C. 20BethuneCookman Columbus, Ga, will honor 22 of (he nation's top inter-collegiate football players at the sixth .
Ballou, UCLA, George Bevan, If thefirst line players falter, .
24Morrls annual Courler-RC, Com All-American Banquet scheduled for the Pittsburgh Hilton Hotel for
Louisiana State, Steve Kiner, can call on sophomores Tommy Blue punched across
Tennessee Dennis Onkatz, college, Sumter, S.C., and Melvin Evans, 6-4, Tyrone Friday evening. January .9.; bound North Carolina Central from the one. 13:57: minutes
Penn state. 26, 27, 28, SIAC Tournament, Bolden, 6-1 and Marvin Morris The honorees will be members battled back from a 22polntdeficit into the third period.
Deep Backs: Denton Fox, Tuskegee. 6-4 or senior playmaker of the Courier's fifty Oriented Marketing Programs Roy Hopkins(Texas Southern"; in the fourth quarterto The Aggles stretched.their
Texas Tech; John Tatura,Ohio Dates without locations are Lawrence Dunn. fourth annual All-American in the Seventies. Houston Oilers,Al Beauchamp deadlock North Carolina lead to 26-6 to open the final
State and Buddy ,McClinton,' I Iu home dates. "I know whafs missing," team selected from players Smith said "These black (Southern University) Cincinnati AAT, 28-28 before 19,000 In quarter when Jacobs, playingone
: J" said Irvin. "We need a guard who attend America's predominantly marketing specialists will Increasingly Bengals, Jim Harris, what was called a "blitz." of the finest games obis
I'f. ".K mi: "tan iJMuw ou&Ak /iu who'can contrctith, offense. black, colleges..and develop highly sophisticated ( : Sparked by their fancy dan career kit'' senior end Gene
eM P' Ripping and rT nUisg-tip and universities.The marketing tech- Tommy FunchesandJohnOut- quarterback Herman Matthewsand Harrison in the end zone and
"I11/ ,, v*
) down the floor is all right, 1969 All-American team niques and tools and there law (Jackson State) and Daryl speedy end Julian Mar- Guy kicked his fourtn straight
... ,but we need poise." will be announced in mid-De- will In the process, evolve Johnson, (Morgan State). tin, the Eagles punched across PAT .
|66 CADILLAC.SEDAN, DEVillE ... $2795'COMFOUT W Irvin called Kluttz the most cember. what I choose to term"Urban Farrlngton-Gallmore honorees -, three touchdowns within a' Four plays later, Eagle
DOWS.UCCNIC, LIGHT DIM>'EH Improved ball player on the' In addition to the undergraduate Marketing Specialists are t Willie Davis, Green nine-minute period in the final quarterback Matthews threw
team. "He's actually playing players, four professionals The veteran marketing specialist Bay Packers, (Grambllng; quarter. They clinched a tie an 18-yard scoring toss to

67 EL DORADO ......11/1P/11/e1 $4595tilT both ends! of the floor,shooting will be honored, two from continued, saying that Deacon ,Jones, Los Angeles with 4:41len in the game when Martin. This proved to be the
4THHING' W'illL,CWISI CONIKOU O"M SLATS,CUMAtl. COW well and rebounding" each league. there !is or isn't Negro market RamsS.CState and Mississippi : Martin grabbed Matthews' fuse. At 8:35' the spunky
".01,AIR. COS, ltlON The A&T coach said Austin, John (Bo) Farrington, Willie Valley); Willie Richardson,' pass for a two-point PAT. Matthews connected for a 29-
a former Dudley star, comes Gallmore Memorial trophiesare Other key awards will includethe Baltimore Colts (Jackson The Aggies, trying to gain yard touchdown pass to Junior

69 RAMBLER SST .. ?.,,..,, 2595V closest to having the kind of presented annually to the National Championship State); Lem Barney, Detroit the Central Intercollegiate halfback Ollls Carson. Mat
AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION" ROW K5e STRING AH CONDI. .. poise he wants. "He has top rookies In the NFL and Trophy, theCoachoftheyearAward Lions (JacksonStateCorntsh; ,. Athletic Association (CIAA) thews raced into the end zone
tION.'AcrO YWA.'ANIf.LONIO".llLU{ more poise than anybody. I AFL and the top veterans selected and the Line man and Humphrey, Roosevelt Brown, championship, threatened the for the PAT to cut the Aggies'

61 CHEVY II NOVA ........-..>:...................$179' move him to the corner where by the Courier's sports Back-of-the-Year Alcorn College Award.Lorman New York Giants (morgan run away with NCC before the margin to 2820. ,
HM.AJKWAllC.rOAIIIWING.'ACtOtlVAKANAS he can attack the boards from staff State); Buchanan and Willie Eagles staged their fourth A minute later,defensive back

RUICK II SABRE .................-...-...........:..... $7995 the sides and he is getting all These memorial trophies national Mississippi, is the defending Brown, Oakland Raiders, quarter blitz Greg Richardson picked off
n'a DR..H TOP.,AM. COND.MM fOWH AUTOMATIC I A MAW of the garbage." were established !in 1964 in titleholder Grambllng; Otis Taylor, Kansas With senior quarterback Stan Jacobs' pass for the
MALIBU .....--..W Walker, who averaged nearly! memory of the two former Royal Crown Cola will present City Chiefs(Prairie View) Jacobs at the helm ALT Eagles on A'T'119. Carson's
'1 A1OMAnGRLE: ONI OF 00.KiT 1-f i hURRY 19 rebounds per game last Courier; All-American pig- each Ail-American witha Robert Holmes, Kansas City. a i struck paydlrt the first play running helped move the ball
season, will be the key to the skinners who led the Chicago specially engraved 'watch) Chiefs (Southern U.). '(hey ran.jacobs hit end WllU/ to the one, and at 4:41: Matthews -
i 168 PONTIAC GRAND PRIX '2995 Aggie fastbreak. "If he can Bears to the world pro title and plaque. ie Wright with a 29-yard r sneaked for his second
{Ao CCWDniOM., ANBMl THI GOOD.. *THAT. MARI UP INI GRAND Just maintain what he had last ''In 1963. Killed In a tragic Recent All-Americans who scoring toss with Just 31 seconds touchdown. The PAT toss by
{MIX year and Kluttz can keep improving auto accident in July of 1964, have achieved stardom in the expired. Matthews to Martin threw the

', 67 CHEVROLET IMPAlA VI.Cfl.$1 W'V ," said Irvin, "We Galimore and Farrington, the pro ranks Include Verlon Biggs Three minutes later, Jacobs 'game into a deadlock.
.AUrOAAATIC. HPOWl.SHEIIINO AKCONBIIION should be extremely tough on former FAMU alumnus and (Jackson State),and!Emmerson Watch This CIwi sneaked one-yard for another An Aggie fumble on the

61 CHEVROLET IMPALA SPY COUPE ...,............ $1 W.. the boards." the latter from Prairie View, Boozer' (Maryland State), ,( Aggie score and John Guy's Eagles' four at 4:00: was their
.VI,PON AUTOMATIc: WWW SUMIN4I The one thing that Irvin is were honored in memory. World Champions, New York second PAT made !it t 140. 'last scoring chance. NCC
I AT FORD GAtaXIE 500 .................................... $1 795 pleased with is his team's, ins a prelude' to the avail Jets. -71-21. Matthews put the Eagles on .muffed a field goal attempt
: All. CONO.W,NdOP.CPl.;AUTOMATIC PONEA SI51AIN0AON6aPONTIACTEMPEST attitude. "Everybody has a presentations the Annual Emphasis -, Claude Humphrey(TennesseeA. the Scoreboard at 3:44 of the from the 11 with five seconds
........Y.A........"........:.i.0".. $2o9S good attitude," he remarked. Awards Banquet was 4 I. State) Atlanta Falcons, 3311 ISO first period when he scampered left in the game.
.CUSTOM,AUTOMATIC 1RANSMI3ION.OWlR STLLRING. "I. have high goals and high held on November 26 under Willie Ellison (Texas South- 10 yards for a touchdown The game left A&T and North
We Take Deals Where Others Refuse levels of expectation. You the sponsorship of the Dallas ern) Los Angeles Rams,Will 10' I The Eagles placement. attempt Carolina Central with' identical -
Credit Approved.on Spot couldn't want a better bunch Chapter of the National Association ie Banks (Alcorn )Washington 5. r AlIT. 6-2-1 records.
of players;. of Market Developers; Redskins, Frank Cornish,: .\ continued its point barrage -r The Eagles meet Delaware in
'The Aggies open the season Charles J. (ChuckSmlth, 01, (Grambllng) Chicago Bears, at the opening of the second the Boardwalk Bowl December
R. EVANS next Monday by entertaining Director of Special Market i Henry Davis (Grambllng)New 21 half Senior halfback 13. .
.York Giants, Buck Buchanan, 3
Elon. Irvin will be assisted Activities for Royal Crown
MAIN ,', this season by ex-Aggie Star Cola, and president-elect o f ,gambling, Willie Lanler, J f-' .., 7 !,\ '
3rd & '
Carl Hubbard;; the KAMD, addressed more Morgan State, Jim Marsells, 15.51, .- SIJ .
U'-1311 OPEN: TIL':3OiL EL...312 than 200 persona on the subject Tennessee State (Kansas City '.' I
"A Black Marketeer Assesses Chiefs),Elvln Bethea (North J 70/ 43 .' 21". Soothing relief for
Carolina AliT), Charlie Joy- P
Some Market Implications
for Black Consumer.;' ner, Graroblliig.Albeiy He's Up, Sometimes t hard-working hands:
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ALBANY, Ga.Albany (Ga.) of the hardwood, also cohostthe a little more than for

., a Ts e State College's Athletic Director annual Chattahoochee MAN DAYS.NUMIERED other jelly.brand..but of petroleum -
I Obit W. O'Neal, Jr., Classic with Tuskegee Institute hand are worth itl your
has announced a twenty-four at Columbus' 5,000 seat
game basketball slate for the Memorial Coliseum on Febru-.
9 x b 1969-70 "run and gun"Rams. any 13. "Man's Days are Humbug 'I

Added to this year's tough THE SCHEDULE: December ed. Health and Fortune can
schedule are five new opponents 2; Edward Waters;4-6,Georgia be Year's when yet know
1 1rYa Florida MM, Alabama Invitational Tourament(Atlanta your Lucky Day. ,
f State,. Valdosta State, Ogle- Ga.); 9, at. Valdosta
thorpe and Tuskegee. State; 15, at Oglethorpe; 29- Lucky Colors, Set.
Bob Rainey, now enteringhls 30, LeMoyne Christmas Invitational Send $2.00 for your
Tenth season as bead Ram Tournament. Horoscope. Guide forECEMBER
mentor, will guide the Rams. January 13j; at Edward Waters P .
as they play In Syracuse, N. ; 17, Florida AIM; 19, at ".
Y. this year on December 29- Fort Valley State; 24, Paine;
80 in OM 6tn Annual LeMoyne '26, Fort Valley State; 28, at Pill la the blank below and
., 7M.. RP Christmas Toorament. ,Savannah State; 30, at Alabama mall to ZODIAC Post
The) Rams win be psrtlcipaatITIg State; 31, Oglethorpe. Office Sol 1171. Jackson-.

alone with host LeUoyne February Zj; Benedict; 4, Savannah VlIlS,..Fh. 32201 .
College, coached by Tom Nl-. Stale;7,Alabama State; *
Iud. Assumption (Mass.) and 9, at Florida AIM; 13, Chat- NAME _
Bartwlct M.Y.). Collages tahoochMt j Classic (Clumbus, ,. '"
Raters traditionally fast Ga.) Coliseum; 18, Valdosta STREETnmoFBfeTH_

'i1: : cIc1 I i : Ti breaking Rams, hailed as !the State; ", 20, at Paine;' 21 ,at .., 4. ::, .. ''"
Tuning gunning"; darlings Benedict;" 23, at Tuskegee. -. w' WN'It.. "ftibund. Sea awk o4 Chmfcraiili-roi1. I....' rv
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44.95 CASE
PreiY Quit Robbery Gets Term The

Aew York Stale's Fined 6ROUP- Office In' Protest Willie Clifford Pitts, 25, 611 Symbol
NOW F Court G, was sentenced this
GOLD SEAL DETROITMilitant: Robert week
to a 40-year term In of
BUILD 121.011&f WIlUams, for many years an prison for allegedly locking
CATAWBA WINECHOICE exile in China, las resigned four men In a restroom at Christmas
'* LEARN TO ,as president of the Black Nationalist gunpoint during a robbery
Republic of New beret in
a OF. BREAK BAD 'Africa. Criminal Court Judge Warren
I He has concluded that Jacksonvillewill
Pink orWhite 1.49 I separation n A. Nelson Wednesday sentenced
1 INCREASE of races should not the young man for the heturned
QT. MEMORY be the goal of the civil rights robbery, April 4, of a local

struggle. __ distributing company. Pitts onMonday
....11................ HYPNOSIS I FURNISHED APT. In was charged with taking$8,200
CENTER cash and checks. Pitts
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