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 13, 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
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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.​
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,At Cecil Field,(Govt., airbase adjacent Base 'r Popular l [.Disc Jockn l( y Jo J fiiY fftSti aw.Qies nwr+w- .

j1 to the Bold New City, is a hot,
bed of discrimination and bias, * /

against Black Servicemen.Because
of this situation, which
bas been outlined two times FOR .
earlier, C. Lynwood Lee, REPLACEMENT

president of the Jacksonville ..
branch of the National Asso-,
elation: for the Advancement'of

Colored People, has again
brought to the attention of TAYLOR DUE SOON
the higher-ups, both at the,
field and in Washington, the,
bleak future for race rein'
tions at the flela unless strong ** # **nj ** ** # *

;a measures Lee, la are a detailed taken. letter, :Shaw's Style Contractors et' I: Deadline For

bearing the date 'of October

6, 1969, outlined, in aU.' Made 'Hundreds : New Nominees.
point review, many ,of the '! ;; tINarnm V.
NEW BLACK DOCTORAL FELLOWS AT PURDUE--Purdue University President Frederick L. problems which have arisen Of Admirers Was Thursday

Hovde; standing left, was on band for an orientation program towelcomenew black students because of the attitude of the t''jters?} [ ,.A", *9 'V' .. ...:, j'HJ.
and to congratulate the first nine black students selected to receive doctoral fellowships un- administration. Johnny Shaw, well liked and { ",
Purdue from left Hovde Robert IC Jones Malcolm A Briefly, the complaints relate The Special Council Committee -
der a new program. Standing are .widely known disc jockey of nNewOrdiDiscrimination
Whyte, James E, Robinson, Gustavus A,Walker,Steven L, Mayes, and Prof. Stephen J, Citron, ", to the generally biased Rstdio Station WOES, died ; : I of the Bold New' City, according -
assistant vice president for academic affairs and Interim coordinator of black student pro atmosphere of the base. The Saturday of a heart attack. to news released
gram. Seated from left are Jon C, Freeman, Mrs Dandy B, Bettis, Mrs. Linda LaRue apd leader states that promotionsare Shaw was pronounced dead on by firms doing business wlth'the Bold New earlier this week, might be
Wilbur D, VanBuren. Ultimately, the program will be expanded to 25 black studentdoctoral' held up because of race, .,:arrival at Duval Medical Cen City of Jacksonville has been outlawed. The deathnell of suspected able to name a resident of
fellowships black petty officers are given proved or suggested discrimination,was sounded Tues District 7 to fill Oscar Tay
Jobs of the lower calibre, ter Mr;. and Mrs. Shaw andtheir day night when the Bold New Common Council, by a tight vote lor's place Taylor has been
overt discrimination in hous.Ing 'of 9-7, passed its first ordinance outlawing such discrimina- suspended for charges relat-
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Government *"1TTll"ar"'t'* > Is practiced, and there tory practices as have existed since the founding of Florida. ing to bribery. The special

[Qwetfi 9D] are no facilities for black Discriminatory practices, when proved, will no longer be tolerated council committee began Interviews

Unit Calls, ,-. ',"( wives in the beauty salon. : or condones. earlier this week.A .
? /{ Further writes Mr. Lee,' This ordinance takes t the ,amendments tacked to the deadline of Thursday was

Style Fad Results In; NewCAMBRIDGE .white salors, in anger, take place of an earlier law approved bin set for, nominations.
their feelings out, on others, by the executive board According to information,
of the Area Chamber of Com Objection was raised to by
sailors are afraid to speak I
GLOVE 1 t.-.. August I Earl M passing further study of the Councilwoman Mary Singletonand
; > 'u- out because of punishments, merce, Councilman ,
her committee vote
Doyle, a black airman in class SctXOl I O I Blacks are not fully repre Johnson was author of the ort original ordinance. may
today Friday.
lc, stationed at Cannon Air anted on the Advisory Commute giant bill. He met with the It was brought out that the ,
ForcVBasenear! '. here,was :, It."Ht' .. '. J4. L T'the,''BeWoff'-'auh;.,, Chamber! ; board Tuesday and original ordinance: had not received -: I Oo Monday scanned the committeemembers various
scheduled to go to trial tuesday Mus.tHarvard Vntverstty'.tmongtheo1qestand at the field"; and white girls + discussed ,the substitute bill. active attention of the
most cultured of American Institutions of higher learning biograJ pMes. The supervisorof
because, according Id .are' barred from the Beacon At that time the'' lawmaker Council tor'or' than,
? preferred, "he specifically was given a taste of Black Power recently when a'group of Club if they enter with black spokeof "language ,they could, monthS elections, Harry Nearing,
was asked to be sure the nominees
disobeyed a general ,Blacks Invaded the. campus and took over kbuildingAgreeawatwa .. sailors live with" The new ordinance' is plainin ,
live In District 7
and a direct order to trim t finallyChief Attorney Johnson dismayed its directions:
Further the letter reads
his hair according to d 1- among the demands of members of the faculty a? "Transportation, needs to be, Juesday at the prospect .of 1. It will be the policy of the According to Mrs. Singleton,
the black was one that knife point during a disrup- Councilman Lanahan would be ;
rections. group the defeat of the history-mak city to assure equal employ
provided that black girls
tion allegedly instigated by'Blacks JOHNNY SHAW asked to call a session for
the administration hire more
The Air Force administration ment opportunities.
law the tense session
can become hostesses at the. ing during
if the committee
has nixed: the Afro' haircut black workers. Beacon Club There's discrimination children lived at 4813 Mon. in the Common Council 2. All bidders for city con- today com
saying it is simply a fad, that Agreement .was finally Judge Mark Brandler of the in; non-Judiciary crief Road He was a grad chambers, emotionally said tracts must agree to a policy pleted its reviews and was pre
In view of the fact that millions reached. The invaders withdrew Superior Court concluded that' dolled-out Com uate of Fisk University. For that he had many times com of nondiscrimination' pared to make its recommendation -
of blacks are styling their. hair from the building. 'The campus Is not a privileged manding Officers Blacks are many' years lie worked a I mended the Council, across 3. All city contracts ,will ,
In that fashion This happened Friday. The sanctuary or haven of ; disc ''Jockey at stations in the state, for its "stand"_ carry non discrimination Eleven names were under
given more severe punishment
According to the news, only administration agreed to meet refuge where disruptive and" than whites for the same Tennessee. He joined the Attorney Johnson urged the. clauses consideration earlier this:
base officers chosen to with the Blacks Monday and to violent acts go unpunished 13 Relations week. Nine persons are black
were crimes 'No consideration Is WOBS staff years ago. Council to show "your dignl- 4. The Community
work out details for Imple- .The defense argued' that ; in two white. Thursday was seta
decide the guilt pr (the Innocence Mrs Pearl Shaw, widow Commission can investigate
given to Blacks as far as
of the man Involved in mentation of a new program.' frustration on the parts of survives, of the children one, order to assure compliance a nominee deadline
More than 100 blacks entered the Blacks led to the action. assignments or special jobs However, since Mr Tayloris
a possible courtmartlal. ,Ronnie Shaw, is a memberof with the principles of the ordinance
The students were accused of are concerned; Bbuks are a Negro the opinion Is
'Imalnbu11d1ngl siren ,
Doyle Is 21 years ,of age. inconvenienced when bid the famous Florida AIM ,
He stated that he refused,light last year, of a clash betweenthe conspiracy to seize buildings they Marching Band. w 5. The ordinance prohibits that a black man should be
for certain
students and the police. at the school on November Jobs, or they are chosen to fill the vacancy.,
and achieved contracts con-
punishment a summary The late disc jockey further city ,
court-martial before one The blacks are members of 4 and of kidnaping and falsely given degrading jobs. radio fame as a disc Joc tractors found violating requirements Those mentioned before
Judge ,In order to have a jury the Organization for Black. Imprisoning more than 30 The full letter of complaint ,key for his adllbblng and sta of the ordinance 'Thursday were: George H.
trial. 'The young officer said unity (OBU), a type of umbrella administrators, facultymem- was forwarded to Sec e- tion-break pfclsantries. Itself Huguley, 57, 1034 West 8th,
he felt that the Air Force organization. When bers and office workers. .Services were held Thursday 8. The ordinance provides for, Seaboard Coast Line Railroad
should follow the pattern of they Arrived at the administration with internment in Sun- admlnsitratlve P r ocedure.s, employee, and substitute ,
the Marine Corps and acceptth they advised all workers set Memorial cemetery. Car which might be required.. school teacher;Freddie Bray-
e new style as synonymouswith to leave. Then they placed ter funeral home was charge In plain, blunt words, un-:., .boy, 43, 730 Court H, editor
!'culturalldenUty." steel bars across some doors Edward WatorsAccreditation of arrangements, derstable to all, the ordinance. of a weekly newspaper; Will-
This unique and, needless to Theyremoved knobs from othe.i says that the city policy will lam f err ell, 47, 4626 Royal

say,' un resedented case, has .doors. Black pickets were Fayette be to "assure equal oppor Avenue, assistant manager of
drawn the Ire of the Civil Liberties stationed around the campus (unities to every person, regardless the Life Insurance Company r

Union and of the National known as Harvard Yard!.. or, race, religion,: of Virginia; Charles G,Tan-
Association for the Ad- Cambridge police were alert Two EARL JOHNSON : origin, in securing or holding kersley, 61, 4114 College, ,
tvancement of Colored Peo- ed but were not called on for Seea Possible ty, your boldness, your new- employment in any field of cleaning service owner; Otis
assistance. a City Workers found empathy." work or labor for whlchsuch'person ,,, Speights, 57, 1105 McConlke,
ple.Captain Grover G. Jackson Using a bullhorn, Dean Ernest The councilman pointed out Is qualified" tailor; John Clarkson, Jr.,
of,Myrtle Beach AFB, South N. May asked(the studentsto Historic Edward Waters Col- FAYETTE,'Miss.-: ...:--The that some might be Indifferent Clarification of the intentof ,24, 1016 Dewitt Street, com
I Carolina" was scheduled. to. leave or face' prosecutionfor lege was visited recently by' first interracial couple in Fa- to such a problem as dis the ordinance is summedup puter operator; Charles
help in the case. criminal tr spass. officials of the Southern Association yette, MIss;, where Mayor, crimination. He said, "I'm In these words: "It 1 snot Brookes, 53, 1539 Madison, *
The airman could receivea Harvard's founding was 333 of Colleges and Charles Evers Is in charge, wary of the time we assumewe the intent nor the policyof educator and Dr. 0. W. McIntosh -
maximum .of one year confinement .' years ago. There were no Schools as a preliminary move was fired recently by his honor have to correct Inequi the city to Impose or require 710 West Beaver,
on a ,bad conduct Blacks on the campus or on' 'toward accreditation ofr the C. LINWOOD LEE' One white"official"remained ties" quotas or, other formulae vphysician.\ 4

charge. However, he said, the faculty. The school has school. tarp of the Navy Mevln Lairdin In city government after Attorney Johnson's pleas based on race, religion Washington
he wanted victory. about 6,000 students, under The' school was put on a Washington' the electlonof this year. She were heard. The exactitude sex, color or national origin
Doyle enlisted\ fifteen-months graduates, including Rad- "correspondence status."According On November 14, Assistant is the former Martha Wood with he explained the need of I in employment."
igo. Upon discharge, he said cllffe, its affiliate. to 'Dr. William, B. Secretary of the Navy JamesD Several days ago, when Miss such an ordinance was con Firms suspected of surrep- May ReplaceSec.
be would return to college According to police, a bomb Stewart, president, this achievement little answered Martha Wood, a lawyer, and vincing enough. The votes, titious ,mehtods, "upon "rea-
and 'take something that will, ,was reported in Holyoke C e n-; Is most encouraging He denied that a general atmosphere Mr. Monroe Jenkins, a black 9 for, 7, against, placed Jack sonable complaint," would be
:;help"my race." 'ter. explosives were found. In that the association of bias exists. He policeman ,in the city, reported sonville In the unique position .a cause of concern to the RomaeyWASHINGTON
'The young man who has, ,An OBU statement empha- .visitors found the institution wrote, "All personnel at the they planned to get of a southern city with a mayor or the city's award
never taken part In civil rightsor sized that the takeover was "committed to a concrete plan station are treated fairly and married Mayor Evers is reported -. considered outlook for the fu' committee. The Relations :Information
anti-war activities, said 'designed to stop work at the of action for achieving stand- equally in accordance with the to have become extremely -' ture. Commission would invert. 'has come from unofficial but
he is passively opposed to the. administration building in order ards as set." Department of the Navy's policies Infuriated. Those voting against the ordinance I>, gate. Appeals would be beard reliable sources that Mayor
Vietnam war for reasons as-' that consideration would The new status of the school of equality of treatment Mayor Evers fired Mr. and are: Councilmen Jack before the Commission!. '" Walter Washington of Wash
loclated with his color, be placed on their demands, makes it possible for EWC to I for all Its members." Mrs. Monroe Jenkins. Carter, Wallace Covi-!Huntley n, Ipgton may be the replacement '
."Just demands." benefit from federal and pri The general tone jf Mr. The newlyweds are now In Walter Dickinson, Earl GJEO Seen Needing I, for HUD's Secretary
:vat -ald programs. Alreadysaid ,HitUe' letter, Of response Michigan where Mrs' Jenkins! Don Mac Lean,K.L.Moore Gearge Romnay who,' It bas
First Negro This vexatious' and perplex. Dr. Stewart, the school is. that everything is on the white, along withher husband, and Walter Williams. Complete, Overhaul r been rumored, will resign
log situation, can' be placed has made application for aTitleHI up-and-up at the field He is seeking employment. Supporters of this precedent- and return to home pasturesin
Vice mainly on three demands Grant of $208.743. mentioned that a black hair Mayor Evers, cooled after ,breaking law are;Council Pre. Jacksonville's GJEO needsan Michigan
Mayor from the Blacks: That least a grant renewable for three dresser has worked at the tis explosion, explained that side net John Lanahan,Councilmen overhauling, according to Rumor also has it that Secretary .
.20 per cent of the skilled, years. field since May of 1968. A Fayette could not well stand Lynwood Roberts, Joe a team from the UnltedStates Romney will run a--
Commissioner Athalie Range unskilled and semiskilled and The new status will enable black barber has been there such an event and remain on Carlucci, I, M. Sulzbacher, ,. Offices of Opportunity in Atlanta against Democratic Senator
first Negro elected to such a general work force be black EWC to launch out into the !I[since July' of this Both even a shaky plane Mayor Homer Humphries, Jake Cod- Philip Hart. t
position Miami, was honored That the University hire a vast areas of ecdcational possibilities are highly "regarded year." Evers called a meeting of. bold and Johnny Sanders, and: According,to Herb Edmond- Mayor Washington has been
recently by being chosen number of black contractors and to consider Its "Request mast" proceduresare the town aldermen and told Councilwoman Sallye Mathis* son, of Atlanta, several problems reported as experlencingconslderable -
as vice mayor by her col .to fill sub-contracts. That expansion program. available for the sailors, them to fire the newlyweds.The : Councilwoman Mary Singleton -' ,need to be eliminated. ,I difficulty 1 n his
leagues. This an honoral'1'UUe. tbe University hire' a compliance Founded 103 the aldermen followed W rapport with He has
years ago, said the ofrl 1al. He said Mayor and Councilman E. Among these problems are Romney.
It rotates each year,so officer to monitor thehiring school was accredited as a there are Blacks on the Deacon Evers' orders. Grissett were not present. staff morale, lack of knowledge been labeled by blacks as a
that each commissioners gets and the "treatment of, Junior college front 1955 to Club,Advisory, Board They were reputedly married Reasons for voting against the of responsibilities, leaner. The whites have accused -
an opportunity. Commissioner'RaDge black workers :1959./ Because of financial They are appointed by tenant on November 27 in Memphis new ordinance were offered by cessive demands of the time him of being unable to
was appointed in 1966 In the extreme western part difficulties it has found it: command. Mrs Jenkins was once engaged its opponents. All agreed that of the director, Alton Yates reach conclusion
to fill the commissioner vacancy of the country,' at San Pernando impossible to achieve higher He wrote that white girls in the civil rigbts move there should be no discrimination -' bypassing of the chain of com Washington entered Us office
created by the resignation Valley State College,' classification Students have have not been barred from the ment in the South. She served in business. Others tried .. mand, lack of dedication on. '"on September 28, 1967.
of Sidney Aranovitz. at'a, court ,in Los Angeles been. accepted, according to Club for entertaining Blacks. since as Mayor Evers1 un- to delay passage,with the suggestion the part, of some and failure : There Is a theory that Washington
The official was reelected la'' ,21 youths wsre'convictedof the president, by most colleges The official farthersaid) that paid legal advisor. ,The city that more time shouldbe to develop plans for reaching might go into the cabi-
1967 for a four-year term. kidnaping and of holding and universities .CONTINUED: OK PACE i: was on the ,rocks financially. given the perusal of four th o community. net.i. .

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by Tae Florida Star i Pdbjjfchlnf( Come**

Whitney! M. YOIIII, Jr.


daily were two stories.
ofa major
Side by side on the front
pal bUC houslngauthorlt1es Ina doz-
ERIC.O.' : SIMPSON..MANAGIN6 One told annou :anew Adm1n1straUonplaD to rive
EDITOR Manor.T hundrednailllion cities dollars : private, companies to buUd ships

HILDA ffODTEN.CIRCIIlMION MANAGER.. lars.These Public stories needs symbolize keeP : d priorities back seat on to spendnrtaxdol-private profit.

talk about bOW'C06Uy welfare
I all the speeehmaknr
U For are th.blunt truth 01 the mat-
subsidies to '
MAILING ADDRESS ter public Is that industries zm -* get four times much

aft federal aid as do the poor.
P.O. BOX 59S! JACKSOtoYillE FLORIDA. 3220} Some of this aldn is in 01

right dollar some
OFFICE f 2323"'MOICIIEf ...lOAD'HOME' G in the form of concessions. ,
M Mr But whatever name it roe-by,
354H2: it amounts to a federal welfare -

program for tbeweU-01f.

MIAMI OFFICE iiT Farmers, for example, get
5011 N.WJ7th. A subsidies not to grow some

crops. The prime beneficiaries
PHONE 75I3879 k are large farm corporations
who own vast tracts ofland.

Many of these get more ;
SUBSCRIPTION RATE .R 'tNOT.1N RECENT HISTORY THETtfPH&JXT than $1 million each to keep I
One Year, $12.00 Half Years|7.00 Mailed To You jusnceBKHSorvLmauy OJlJENTfi'AltD their land cropless each year,I
/ _Anywhere. tjTfae'Pnlted States t $o t'O ON "" THEY ARE DIRECTED BY THE AUTHOR AMQ.NA'ONS The total bill comes to about I
r $4 billion a year.
Subscription Stock market speculators also
: Payable In Advance CT E6 SELF 1 WQS PRINCIPAL ASSISTANT KEVIN PHILUPjJUSET are subsidized in that theydon't

\ have to pay tax on -
Send Check Or Money,prdefTo::FLORIDA STAR-P.G.BOX 599 *
B _. tfKHTASWELL BE CALLED HOW TO WIN ELECTIONS they pay for borrowing [
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IWITWUT. THE BLACK U>TE.* money with which to play the WHlTNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
i\tt\." companies have a range of subsidized activity, from.taVrdllf .
on Investments in new machinery to rent-free use oftSofHoulingandUrbanDevelopment

MITCHELLISMI.! goverment-owned factories.
Is also subs1d1zed. Seere-

Needed: A Better ApproachTo ,_. George Romney,recent-
d ly Ked Inr subsidy" that lets people take tax

writeoffs arboutlnteeres paid on home mortgages and housing

Improving Rice Relations loans guaranteed by the government.
r "'lb. people who benefit usually are not aware that they are
Who knows what the Black community needs? We ddubtthat
usually among the peo-
any one person or organization has all of the answers. The being helped, he Slaludld.Y'I11aurrderal: "handouts"to the

,needs are many and they are complex. We do, however, feel ; :: i YOUR WEEKLY { :< pIe while who getting scream so poor,

safe la saying that there are lots of "temporary" and unimportant -, : Public fcuTpollcy our roadbuildlng led to the creation of the

things that the Black community doesn't need. subsidized suburbs that, through overt discrimination

are It would following seem the in lead the of last the few Federal months that many and companies Invest- and very zoning laws, exclude Negroes and tithe minorities. And
government middle classes is
: : this policy of subsidizing the well-off
tog In meaningless to "quiet" the Black : HOROSCOPE GUID.E.
programs community. "
: partially behind the shortage of public housing today
It is :
no secret that millions of dollars are available every 1. In 1968, for example, the government spent a mere 5300 million -
in the
summer Black ghetto for recreational programs and the
but the revenue loss from letting private
reasoning behind it is apparent: "Keepthe communities cool.". ', on public housing:
homeowners write off property taxes and mortgage interest
Many ,Black youngsters enjoy these but when the
? BY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER from their federal tax bill came close to $4 billion.
summer over and winter winds blow the slums are Just as
cold, the unemployment rate Is Just as high and good food is i ;, Even'welfare itself can be seen as a subsidy to business! 'i'1o
still to expensive to buy. not to the poor. By providing a minimum subsistence

We see now many large white companies using the "trinket" WHICH* ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS relief recipients, local governments provide a pool of cheap

approach to buy the good will of the Black community.. They labor for seasonal1ndustrles.
give watches to. athletes, trips to high school students and Hundreds of thousands of low-wage and seasonal workers
make records available to the community. This Is 1970 and FOR ;BUSINESS -' LOVE TRAVEL ? move from Jobs to welfare and back again to other low-wage

the approach doesn't work:with thinking Black people. ;J JoUs. Businessmen agitating for a law to allow welfare onlyto
If a company wants to make a meaningful contribution and J'7 ? :r residents who bad lived in their city for more than a year,
get some lasting good will Itt can give money to the national changed their minds when it was pointed out to them that the
city's hotel, restaurant, and laundry Industries would be crippled
civil-rights organizations; it can support the Black,press, ;
I t Fan; do business with Black companies and it might aid Jn' HIES; CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN by lack of manpower.
ti 'l
I ( e 'the community by providing scho- ,;, ., :v- ; This is a subsidized society' By and large, in spite of.obvious -

n' 'ton(7f.hi1lttu1'ii1bt: t lack people can learn the technical URN MARUU, : .. """: BORN IUNtfrr22ii Mill.SEPL: I BORN DEC, "- inequities, federal subsidies of,.one j spit ,of,another, spur
., :
Cllthd to Improve the quality 27(1( :APRIL 1Sth. i greater economic activity And some, like the Gl Bill veterans
-"'In the ghetto.Those J:- JULY, 221* 23rl ., OCT. -23rd 22i, I. )IAN. 19th. benefits, help many people to economic security.It .
companies who believe that they improve their Image is now time to help millions more out of poverty by a more

'in the Black community with the "trinket" approach are in fora Legal and travel matters are Accent health and I Mars and Venus both Venus might lure you into rational use of subsidies.'And it is time for the great majorityof
big surprise..' The Indians you won'tgo seem Americans who have benefited from subsidies to count their
may have sold Manhattan Island for lucky in strange If to trouble this month. The youngand
$%4.00 worth of trinkets, but that'was a long time ago and the must sign ways. you ad' wrong. V.nus'wDl give conspire toward pushingyou inexperienced will fall m blessings and extend the same privilege to those "'ho have beep!
or give into
papers 'a new studies
you good appetite and aid creative -
..tood-wlll of the Black community. 1970 is not for sale that 'OK on something important beauty or physical appearance.. work. Authors, com- some wild scheme or the promise less favored.

cheap. this is the right c>Ue. Showan But used negatively it can posers, those interested inartistic of an attractive stranger.
interest in matters afar cause you to be careless and fields gain most. But One you think you know maybe
Y'leo We Told 'Yoi Sc Be on top of all news. Some .to overindulge. You need to all Llbrans will feel Imbued In a sense, unknown to Who Speaks For
law or possibility of a trip control and direct energies with an investigative spirit you. A quarrel with an erstwhile

We must bend a childish emotion'and say:: "We told you so". may be to your advantage. ;toward genuine goals Be aware and many will want to go Some friend lack of could end happily. The Black Man
In an editorial, printed here two weeks ago we belabored the Secret matters might grow of coworkers. They may back to school. Financial understanding
new disease of "Let's-Do-A-Study". We find now that an Atlanta .more involved or complicatean be the key to some real gains rescues likely Many of might have been caused by
consulting firm, for an undisclosed amount of,money, has otherwise insignificant episode. that you have overlooked Let you have felt the pinch of hard, gossip or Interference. It In Today's Education, a National Education Association Jour
determined that the Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity You should not be sure the planets help you establish terms where loans or other 'should clarity as soon as you nal, a prominent North Carolina educator, Principal Joseph C,

Program is not meeting needs of the poor people and suffers prised by gossip or by the a better rapport with them this economic issues curtailed put This the cards on the table Duncan of the Jones/ lementary School of YanceyviUe, N.C.,
from poor adminstratlve procedures. maneuverings of children or month. Ask questions and list spending. Now you see a the month for straightening speaks out on the modus' operandi needed for school areas now
It should have been obvious to any interested person that the acquaintances met at schools, en to their problems. You can chance to improve credit or out emotional misinterpretations. that integration is the order of the day. We have chosen ass

,quality of llfe, b the poor communities of Jacksonville has not places of study, etc. benefit by having someone on holdings. Many will actually caption. "Who Speaks For The Black Man?"

changed since the start of the GJEO Program and that, they good terms who may have benefit by windfalls, inheritances I Today Americans of all colors, creeds, and national origin}
therefore, were not meeting,the needs of the community. 770193368879TAURUS been difficult in the past. gifts Others will receive 3-30-18-77-4r798 are no longer being told what to think,do or believe. They are

... Anyone who has spent time trying to get an answer from news that gives a boostto using their experiences and education: to form their own opinlons.they -
GJEO on anything from employment to programexecution 2-2-14-66-49-709 property Interests. ; are basing their actions on ''what they believe to be
have told us thatjthe administrative procedures were fouled up. AQUARIUS best for strengthening their chances for survival In our society.

The result Is that a high-priced firm, predominantly If now BORN. APRIL 320157766223SCORPIO Who speaks for the black man? is a question of the past. Today's

;completely white, has told a predominantly Black poor communlty 2111. NAY LEOBORN BORN JAN. black man has no one leader. "To speak for the black
,, what the community already knows. They have gone 21th man" Is almost suicidal our society. ,The opinions or act-
now with promises to return. We wonder when, poor housing, JULY. 20th. FEB.. 11th. Ions of any individual or group cannot be construed as representing -

job discrimination and hunger will leave with no promises to re-, Control and direct your sex 23rd ABC 22ii the thinking or action of the entire ethnic group Involv
.turn. appeal. You need to harmonize BORN OCT. Haste and ed.
your wonderful ideas with urgency can make Society has been forced to take a long, hard look at some prac
reality. Don not succumb to '24th. NOV. 22II1 you nervous, You may feel tices that have caused blacks and other groups to become discontented -
Do not fall in love with desperately pressed by the with
Ups And. DOWMS an your the educational
emotionalappealfromchll- time early month. Later system. In many cases, ttf
own words. You be led you tales too
may long and
dren or from one who plays Jupiter enters will results In little or no action to remedy -
'', astray during such your sfgnl/ !This see the foolishness of the situation.
The following guest editorial'comes from the East St. Louis on your sympathies or on believe a cycle and is a new beginning and this. But extravagances could
Monitor of East St. Louis, m. It Is brief and vital. The cap- your responsive libido Dow. your self to be convincing should realize that, regard-you- be the result. Don't hesitate The black man is tired waiting.. He is making demands, and

.. tlon Is "Ups and Down's." The editorial appears in entirety. Redirect energies. Private ally turning someone the who tables is actu less of the past, you now starta to call on friends and to bore for many his of children them are Justified, Including a meaningful education
Life is a series of ups and downs, a wise old lady used to news should be gratifying.You bring and 12'year cycle that should row Ideas. Curb temper Especially in community control of big city schools, busing
say. And so It is. But too often,'youth feel that once a single S will want to tell all but don't. Pressure you closer to their goals be aimed upward confidenlty. if you are the type At some instances, and compensatory educaUon.
victory is had the world is Put a period after everything may be put upOdyounow present, the system allows for
thereafter and d
rosey thereafter., by those who Do not let Saturn dampenyour who sulks or does not know members of only a partial education
Not hope to gain some ethnic
so.Black According to each
you say. groups Therefore of
spirits. how the product
Though\ not to immediately make
you a- such
through may
youth of today have to know this will be an Influence your contacts. Crea- a system Is lacking in the
that behind all the surge age group live work important. see the opening In the wall, mends for an attitude, watch cope with the basic knowledge necessary to
toward pride must come bard workdedlcatlon, respect for eld-1 toward rearranging those Lion Channel it is there. Energy will support out for standing la your own trained. society for which h. was supposed to have been
ers, schooling and general work business or occupational Into wonder By ignoring the
tbedlrectlon nation-build your your most aggressive light. You need a quick sense achievements of blacks and otbet
fully ethnic
jog Interests In line with perceptive groups, our educational
more system is tbat'one must!
moves. Just when others of humor to resue from saying
are or : may lose his
It does no good to rant and rave If only hot air Is in back of all real pleasures promotion-scnemes. believe that nothing further cutting off association that identity, his Individuality, his hopes for a better life

propositions. A history of any people or race is a,history of can be accomplished or don benefits you. tiethnic Som8'Cbanges to be considered< in meet lgthueeds of a mule
violence, ward, acquiring food, making things to wear and findIng 550175598111CENINI about something, Mars helps ,and textbooks and materials that depict, impartially,airs'
out about the world around. Black youth must.know that ,you to add that extra pound of 140152223114PISCES and complete more plctur.ofaU&roups:fewer oral-aura.lexperlences
as people, they are no different from all who have before "IUlOll laboratory-type experiences
gone faith and push that cinches a dents : and tests that all stu-
.-that is, unless they MAKE the lCWf renc... deal or makes a miracle. stand,,. regardless cI ethnic or cultural background, can under-
Black consciousness alone not BBIN MA! AM.2M
will win a revolution There Besides
is still room for brain-power.*. which the white man BORN FEB. school
monopoly on and bard work:.,And hard work, as the Air lean 21st JUNE 21st SEPT. 22H 6-60-18-44-81-434. : : munity must 3V running the program tasrs,
MAR big
,. and Afro-Amerlcan/orefathers will attest has not ever been wW contInue lobe predominantly
strictly the white domain Mars Is striving to show you An associate's luck SAGITTARIUS: black because c4 housing
.. .man's can also Mars moves to cause anger., hen patterns. Unless community mem-
new wisdom. You not are Involved
may be yours. Fortunate rays URN NOV. You may have been feeling a Indifferent teachers and admln1strators,1n'
like what happens under this to
bring enterprises problems of
perhaps resentment for sometime. will
But community
and the students
vibration but It should give a only advance news, Information 23rd( lEe. list now you may lose your temper deter One the progress of the scbools and the community they serve,
true push forward. Some of must
r-, etc., to your mate or at the wrong moment for remember, however, that control mustI'
you will only act correctly, partner. This be Venus in your sign should mean the best community
may used all concerned. Do not let all
SUPPORT. ',THE''Y:' BLACK PRESS for your, own good when galvanized -, advantageously by yoq and an give you a smooth tongue, a .equilibrium be dlstrubed while your U a racially mixed school Is the goal of concerned.the community, then,
this some
by type of In- busing
an different Tinning with
,, way from way strangersand taking a drink at a gathering appears necessary .llusin4 Is and bas been
.p1n oa. Lucky partnersaid. Its Intended ma ser.. Action friends. It also adds an Strength of the right sort will a matter of tact to many Southern now black

It's Yen' Riess Many of you will Just of "fathers could inspire you. extravagant streak and urges win. Channel Mars energy as cbUdren-ln communities with dual school cl111drelHspeclally mack and
happen to pick the right running This to be lavish white children have systems.
: vtjl be used by older you when you cannot it touches your sip mldmonth ridden for miles. school
mat for some contest and members afford the bill. Use this for the other taco-ho sometimes past a
younger olyoursign where It will. do real good. get to their classroom.
or outing.: But In other Gemini In different omen to enhance And what of ,
ways, according public appearances Lead. Know what compensator '
Patronize Those you want education for have
Finns blacks ll who
; lives the Influence: will af- Dot had the ?
to advantage
environment But impressive speaking : I to say and then stick to of the best
'''j' ',: , you may Inadvertently Inspiration to something take by surprise Especially j those who climb furtbet up should be catchup keep up,
: That Adre rtiselr, you attempt to fluster made who
; avaiable been
: find
!t your life companion have long procrastinated You If It is about your relatives, J you with gossip. In business penalized inth. educational proc.s..1b. syates l
t through some teaming up or now will feel Inner spurt of' you may be amazed. Tripsor >r career matters this is the Itself, with public) support, should educational

u ,,; ,' ', pairing effect.*In studies. orworly resolve carrying ,forward.. Pt, visits ted1y.l.M.1144118897. could pop up unex :time to,begin: some venture., needs training of au and students retraining educators assume to teach the respoIIS1bWtYfor according to tilt
affluent ct. just those of a middle-clasS rI
rmr 9-30-15-55-55-758 1-40-13-77-32-718 background
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Bethune Campus Queens Happy
I NEW YORK:-Look Magazine hu chosen three blacks u members _ EDITOR'S NOTE Veteransand my wife goes to work? Will
':rr of the All-American football team. The Football Writers their families are aslunf she be dropped u my depen-
Association made the choice for the magazine. John Tatum is thousands of questions non: dent, if she Is to make- a
one and comes from OhloState. Mike"Cat" Ballou.. UCLA's cernlog the benefits their Government certain amount of money?
Ironman. He was the most durable of the Bruins'defenders a* provides fo: them A:; The answer to both of ypur
gain this season. Jim CIIIID,Southern CaWorD ,wu chosen for t ;4 through the Veterans Administration. questions Is "No." The a-
speed and mobility. Each All-AmerlcanwillTeceivethe Sports Below are some re- mount of your wife's income
Ring in honor of his achievement. presenjatlve queries. has no bearing on your dependency -
,Q: My wife and I are being status as, far as educational -
-...". divorced so I am changing the assistance is con-
beneficiary of my governmentlife cerned.
insurance to my sister. Q: I am a disabled veteran
TAMPA:--In the battle against Tampa, when FAMU came out Must I notify my wife of this? and I have been advised I may
with a score of 34-28, Hubert Clnn ran for two touchdowns. u ,, A: As the Insured, you may be eligible for vocational re.habilltatlon. .
Steve Scruggs ran for one and passed for anott r as FAMU upset change the beneficiary at anytime What are the advantages -
the Tampans lathe historical game. Clnn scored his second without the knowledge or of vocational rehabilitation -
down with 4:351eft In the game ona four-yard run to break a consent of a previously named over the regular G.I..
2828deadlock., The win i gavel Coach Jake Galther his 202nd beneficiary, and you may elect Bill to which I also have entitlement -
victory. Leon McQuay, Tampa, scored touchdowns. Scruggs to have the policy paid in a ?
,scored on a 15-yard run, James Owens on a 12-yarder. lump sura or monthly.Q A: Vocational rehabilitation
-...... : I have heard many times, allows a wider variety of
that certain VA hospitals are training, a longer period of
G "teaching hospitals." Just training (If required), and
OZARK, ALA.--A black football player, Wilbur Jackson of i er r', what does this mean? more money. With few exceptions
Carroll High School in Ozark, said, last week, that he would L : i A: Many VA hospitals are affiliated it would be to your advantage -
sign a football scholarship with the University of Alabama. wh with university medical to take vocational rehabilitation
This was reported in fwo. Alabama Journals. He would thus schools In this arrange- rather than training -
become the first Black football player. Last year the school ment, VA hospitals used to under the regular G.t:
gave a scholarship to a Negro basketball player. Jackson is train residents pursuing a Bill.
a 6-foot, US-pound wingback, Alabama has been charged course in medicine. In fact, Q: I was recently separated

with prejudice forfailing to actively recruit blacks. --_..._.._ .,- the VA trains more than 11 from the Army after having
-- cent of all medical residents served four years. I got
per my
......... One' of the highlights of the Bethune-Cookman College Homecoming Mildred Harvejr, MISS SENIOR Shirley Sellers, MISS B-CC; high school diploma while I
game was the Campus Queens who participated In a and Doris Golden, MBS7 JUNIOR To climax a successful .
Q: I have a loan on my GI was on active duty. I wantedto
JACKSONVILLE: Denson of Florida AIM and of Jacksonville gala parade and halftime activities. Among the royal partici- homecoming weekend College[ the B-CC Wildcats downed the Mississippi Insurance policy. For the past start college this fall bo*
pants were the five coeds shown above (left to right) Cythnla Valley State Devils 34-14.
the school I to would
is leading the American Football League in pass receiving.He few years I have been paying applied
has caught 53 passes for 809 yards and 10 touchdowns, two Reese, MESS FRESHMAN:Janice Patterson,SOPHOMORE; the Interest as It became due. not accept me.' Can the VA
catches and 75 yards ahead of Lance Alworth of San Diego. Fred I would now like to pay on the exert any pressure so that I
Biletnltkoff, formerly of Florida State, now with the Raiders, is Your Social principal, but how do I pro- can be accepted?
third,'with receptions for'776 yards and 11 touchdowns. He The Tight Jackson Fivefenyearold ceed? A: We are sorry, but the VA
shares the league lead with 'Warren Wells in TD catches. Security A: Send your check the stub cannot influence the officials
attached to the receipt for of any school u to their acceptance -
aaeaa your Interest payment. U you or nonacceptance ofa
"Preparation pays off,"R.H. do not have the stub, enclosea student.Q .
TALLAHASSEE--Florlda AIM whlppedCramblingDecember Bourne Jr., Manager of the note requesting that the : I have been on active duty
6 by a score of 2319. This was tight, but is recorded as a win Carver Station Social Security payment be applied to your for the past 21 months. Am I
More than 36,000 saw Hubert Gina run 22 yards with Just 4.07: Office emphasized today. He loan. eligible for educational benefits -
remaining Inthe 37th annual classic to bring the Rattlers from\ Added that many a people in Q: I am enrolled in college while I am still on active
,behUl. James Owens of FAMU and William O'Neal of Gramb- Jacksonville are planning to h under the G.I. Bill. Will my duty?
ling earned player awards. The Rattlers completed season retire now or early next year. ', monthly subsistence be ,, reduced A: Not yet. You need two full
9-1. Coach Galther added another feather to his cap. The Ratt- The correct blrthdate ofanyE E for the Christmas vacation years In an active duty statusto
lers have split four meetings In tlfe game. one applying for social se- i' and the period between qualify for educational
curlty'retirement benefits has f semesters? benefits if you are on active
.sass to be established by some f f learning the Christmas vaca- duty.Q .
written evidence. The birthI I tion and the period between : Is a certificate of attendance -
Basketball Scores date affects not only the semesters are consideredpart needed each month for
amounts of his benefit but also of the school year. Deductions :veterans who are training
Scores for the week ending December 7,follows: LeMoyne 96, when the payments start. I' will not be made for under Public Law 89-358, if
Clarkson, 66; Cheyney State, 76, Mansfield 71;; Morehead 84, If a public record of birth recorded 'I,1tt these periods. the training Is below' the college -
Southern Miss., 55, Alabama AM, 84,TCnoxvUle,76Elizabeth at or near your birth B Q: Is there ever a time when level?
City, 106, Livingston, 83; Hampton, 121,St. Paul's 94. LeMoyn exits, only the birth certificate I VA benefits may be forfeited? A: Yes. Payment may not be
104, Lincoln, Mo., 90; Benedict, 103, Morris, 95; Gambling? will be needed. An ear- A: Yes. They may be forfeited made to veterans in training
103, Wiley, 72. ly baptismal record showing for fraud, treason and below college level for any
the date of baptism and birth- subversive activities. month until a certificate of'
date Isthe next best record. > Q: My son will soon be Jls- attendance has been received
Vet. Vclwteers Cheer 1. "When of these two documents I' charged from service He quit
one ; Q: How do I apply for an Increase -
isn't obtainable other I high school in his third year in my compensation?
City Hospital SickThe records are J.ccePtabl'," to enlist, and now he is Interested A: A letter to the VA stating
.. .- Bourne explained The old- in getting a diploma. why yc- '"ve you should
Veterans Administration sentauve or the veterans of est record available j o f Because of our financial needs luv. _. !,accompanied
1 Volunteers, called V.A.V.S.6f; World War I. course", is best. at home, can he get benefits by your doctor's report on his
World War I,'with offices in Mrs. Marquez Js ,the only Some* examples,of other records from the VA while attending medical findings pertaining to .
Laker City, at the 'VeteransHospital black member of the advis- are a federal census record I ,high school part-time: or full- your disability will generally .
along with the staff ory board at the hospital.The ;' family Bible, schoolre- e I time? accomplish the desired con
of the hospitalwelcomedexe- hospital awarded appre- .cord, delayed birth certificate t A: Yes--and without any loss sideration. Be certain to jn.
cutives from different cities, ciation certificates to Mr.Gilbert Insurance policy, I marriage I to his entitlement for attending dude your full name, address
sixteen in number, on December F. Hart, for 100 hours license, and a child's birth college should he elect to and file or "C" number In
1.They. of service;Mrs.Lola B.Wevb, certlflcage showing the par- do so after his high school any communication to the VA.
brought many packages for 800 hours of service;Mrs. ents' age at the time of the diploma. If he attends high Q: My brother has been in a
/nd large boxes, for all veter- Louvlnia T. Marquez, 300 child's. birth. iAqt school full time as a single VA hospital for three months.
ans at the hospital. They were hours of service; Mrs. Johnnie It does pay to be prepared r veteran he will receive $130a His last penslonchect was re-
beautifully wrapped, and all C. Dukes, 300 hours and one of the best ways Is to x month. Payment for halftime duced to $30. Why? Can it be
gifts were useful. Mrs Alberta Campbell is call the social security office, )L is $60; for threequarter increased to tha amount he received -
Those working at the hospitalare next in line for an award. Associate before coming In. By calling time, $95. Any VA office before entering the
Mrs. Lola B.Webb,chair members are: Mrs early you can find out whatis Mike Jackson, wearing the bowler, is lead singer of The Jackson Five, Motown' will gladly assist him. One hospital?
man, Mr. Gilbert Hart,assistant -: Ethel Bess, Mrs. Lillian needed to get your check started Records group appearing on the Ed Sullivan Show on CBS-TV, Sunday Dec. 14 at 8:00 p.m., of the first things he shoulddo A: Your brother's pension
business manager, Mrs. Dorsey, Mrs.PearlJefferson, as soon as possible. The SSf( ) The youngsters, *U brothers! are from Gary.-ind., are protege? of Motown singing upon discharge is to apply check from VA was reduced
Johnnie C. Dukes, business Mrs. Willie Mae Hart, Mrs. social security office is locat- Ross Their current hit record is "I Want You Back." others In the group are to the VA for a certificate of because of a law limiting pensions -
manager, Mrs.Alberta Camp' Mildred Scrugglns and Mr. ed at 2188 West 13th Streetat Marlon (front), 9; (rear, left to right) Toriano, 14, Jermaine, 13 and SIgmund.''1&. Also appearing Eligibility which he needs to to this amount for veterans -
bell, secretary, and Mrs. Arthur Robinson. Mrs Lou- the corner of Canal. The on the Sullivan shoe, will be singer John Davidson, the comedy team of Wayne and obtain benefits for schooling without dependents after -
Louvlnia T. Marques, repre- ,vlnia Marques, publicity. ,telephone punberls791.2517. Shuster, singer Lalnle Kazan,a u.i Topo Giglo, the Italian mouse.Claiizel or on-the-Job training. two full calendar\ months
Q: I am attending school of hospitallz.on: at VA ex-
Brown Says -C- ,. chief Monrovia port of the the capital African and nation under (the G.I. Bill and am pense. His !'.;.1 pension will
Matthew Charisma Social
St, of Liberia ii named for ,receiving $155 per month for be restored con his dischargefrom
NEW United States President James, myself and dependent wife DoI the VA hospital.
Ushers MeetUsher Club Holds MeetThe Program Will Aid City- Add to your Monroe. have to report to the VA if ,

HOUSTON:-Special-In( ) the- ut'jiiiy: Leaaers, all to be a income. -
Board No. 1 of S to interest of programs, effec-' part of a public relations
Matthew Baptist Church, Charisma Social' Club five in other communities, buildup for economic develop- Serve yourCountry. Get
West 28th, will bold its regular will meet December 18 In the designed to reach the needs of ment.A our number

meeting December 14, home of the president, 1362 minority groups, Clanzel T. third conclusion is that _
in the homeof Mrs Gloria West 25th. All are urged to Brown, executive director of sucessl and failure must be rouorJ
Carter, 1525 West 33rd. All be present The meeting begins the Jacksonville Urban League, ,assumed.' As a nurse.
members are urged to be pre at 8 p.m. Plans will be spent two days recently I n However, the Urban League
sent at 4 p.m. Important for Christmas and his return head at the luncheon meetIng
made the par- Houston ,upon As officer. 3.
business will be transacted.Mrs. is has in full discus- an : "pt ., '1d i'R l 9p'Sxt3 ,
ty. Mrs. Emma Watkins : the Bold New City, con- engaged a x 4k'fr
Emm) Walking is president president cluded that Jacksonville is sion of problems of economic I
Mrs. Leola Chanceyis "ready,willingand capable of development as it relates to a
ill at 1492 Union. Call THE CAN Initiating a program that will program action. Black businessmen MADAM MARY !
355-8002 or mall a get-well KEEP. have substance, be realistic who had received
card to Mrs.Chancey. fSAVE AMERICA and relevant." loans were of considerable
The executive director,on arrival encouragement. 4 j r, m >g s ,<, JIf
FUL in Houston, met with the Operation Enterprise, a r p
regional director of the Small Houston idea, has been immensely ; :
LOW'pillC. ..: Business Administration. The successful.Emphasis i. ,
,t us1
latter explained happenings in was placed on the '
the field of administrationwithin effectiveness of work by' voluntary -
QUALITY' WORK the past year. assistants. Seed mon- a.. l. U-

Later In the day Mr. Brown ey must be made available. is
"SINE IF III PAST "t visited the Business Resource Various community groups \: s 1
.: _... 01 "I '." n Development Center,a technical .must become concerned about
Grand P it'.Elem School .i.Jr. ,-'" component assisting the office progress. PRIVATE' AND CONFIDENT
Fla Star News :::1.t"! j<;: of the mayor. This unit The last meeting,conclusively -, IAL READINGS 'DAILY 4th' f 3 '
Carter G. Woodson School "rt.f, directs Its Interest toward important, was one which EVERYONE B. WELCOME 9
Ceo W. Carver School t; .,j* businesses in the poverty Operation Enterprise was explained SIFTED SPffilTUALBTl; i11, eli
Forest Park: School areas, tries to attract new Industries in detail. PALMIST I CAN REMOVE : iA/
Ephesus Jr. Academy Jd, '1' to the areas, and The Business Round Tablets TROUBLE AND OVERCOM- :
',Edward Water College jM\;.. ?y .serves as a link bettre ncom- an Important part of Houston. ,ING CONDITIONS, BAD LUCK
Over 75 Weddings (color;,v*.. j munlty organizations and Cliff Richardson, Editor and AND EVIL INFLUENCES. I I't
R.V. Daniel Elem School J<;, wn training programs. It deve-! Publisher,of the Houston Defender AM A TRUE PSYCHIC. SATISFACTION 'ifpAti
St. Paul A.M.E.. Church v' 'lops recommendations for is a member GUARANTEE IN r I
Mt. Ararat Church v .r Economic development which 'ONE VBIT. I HAVE BROUGHT 4q I
Astro cents Men Club 4, might be usuable by the city TOGETHER IN MARRIAGE- R e
Joe Baker And Assoc. E" .4 and serves as a coordinatorfor ,AND UNITED MANY SEPA- M i
Brayboy And Assoc. c, a: those enterprises concentrating I 'RA TED. I CAN HELP YOU
JaxviUe. Recording Co. va ,' on economic development I Q- 'TELL YOUR ENEMIES AND Awl 3awi. 1c

(OUT OF SPACE) M'" in Target Areas. :; JR1ENDS. I LOCATE LOST* :
'O'IFIII' :. A visit ,was made loth e ,. ANT/STOLEN ARTICLES. .
A.M.E. Clorch.!. Alp PM Alpha Delta Sigma Theta. Fanning Bank According to '.'. '"- 'Hours ,
; : Every Day and
Sunday ..
Over 50 private/ Clubs ,. Campus Towers Leonard Mr. Brown, the information a JI
A.H to 10
Studio Royal Diplomats Club Ron and Lou Campbell received led him to reach 1fllE SitclcSr J.iVIN(, BIRD, --II' I' s Ji
St. School BeOrane Elem. School. Roosevelt High School several initial conclusions. THE NUMMINGgIRpA: tlAS 1.1 liwiy1 i
A first that
Washington Shores School. KNOWN
SEER To Nirtfc
hyOO MILES -1 1 5523
the black community must recognize j'
that it is not a part pYER WATE .TI4E' ,
of the economic mainstream. EACH YEAR, FUrf'FEtiM'tHE/ Nil KiifS til, AwW
5 fIII.: EnllliS.1I"32'r Secondly, there must ,be a AfZCHCTO Tji'AIJTMtCTIC+ .
11t. ,_ 'coalition of such Cover 45tl strut 6 mlfWWeavea
.. ." groups, U AMP 5A1a(__ A PISTAIiCe you breathlest
.. 'if 24 Ii" AiswiriK Sihrici Black of Commerce Businessmen, Banking, Chamber Com- OF 10,000, A4ILCS L-t Hill 7S4541S


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$300,000 Assistance Will Former Supply Sister Janet Shires Knowledge Sister Janet McCeiley ,Helps

Be Used For hack Needs City Residents With ,Etiienlwl) Motivitien

Visit Here 1
, I NEW YORK:--! minimum goal of $300,000 to assist "mino- tit;lI ; ,,v DAYTONA BEACH FU.--Sister: Janet McCauley is 100 per-
I rifles to achieve self-determination," has been set by the new- cent for thesurglagecumenlcalmovemeat The friendly Roman I
ly-organized Episcopalians and Others for Responsible Social On Wednesday morning, November Catholic am, a member of the Sisters of Christian Charity. 11'
Action as a grass-roots alternative to the church's previously 26four of the childrenOf doing her part to-l help It along. ly as an instructor. Her habit
unouncccIpport of the Black Economic Development Confer the IateMr.andMrsJames'W She's teaching history at doesn't attract their atten-
Bryant ofSupply Community because they have had
ence. church at the Special General Methodist related Bethune- tion
organ a motor trip to Florida. I teachers with Africanand
Announcement of the new or --the first foreign
Convention D, held in South Cookman CoUe
Mrs. Either B,
ganisation and its goal was months Covington Catholic nun to do so during Oriental dress.
Bend Ind. two
.started the in Kinston
trip met B-CC administrative
Janet -
made at conferencehere In Sister
a news
j of the school year.
to the demands regular
,Responding n.c., along with her two sons, personnel while
13 ,,
November ,by the Rev Bethune-Cookmanboagts
the Black Manifesto for reparations fact;
Alfred H. Palmer rector of 1 the convention James, Jr, and Michael. ,, \ ; a Jewish rabbi, Leon Hurwitz; an a visit last year. She was
In Supply Mrs. Covington
Impressed with the col-
St. Thomas' Episcopal Chard Premsukh very
voted to raise a fund of $200, Otttce a Buddhist, Dr.
picked Mr.
Farmingdale, N.Y., and founder up BryantSr. Guiana a lege and community and decided -
000 to be channeled throughthe Poonal of British ;
and continued to Thomas-
of she wanted to teach
EORSA. coUege'sMethodJst
BEDC for community de- Protestant -
Also participating In the con- velopment.The boro, where they were )Joinde chaplain, Reverend here. Concentrating on Euro-

ference were Roy Wilkins, Rev. Dr J.V. Lang- by Mrs. Phelidy B.HardleandMr. Bowens Rogers P. Fair,and a Muslim, pean and UjS. history she
Mrs. Madalyne B.
executive director of the National her teaching from
members of otherProtestant approaches
mead Casserley, author and as well as
Association for the Ad- James E. Hardie, Sr. denominations' the standpoint of a "mutual
of and
theologian Chicago one
vancement of Colored People of four trustees of EORSA They continued to Jackson- such as Church of God, Pen- ,quest for lecctureabasis than
ville to the homes of Mrs.
and Julius L, Johnson,. representing present, expressed the opin- OrLUa B. Anderson and Mrs.Rhoda tecostal Holiness, Baptist and) a straight as
the National Urban ion that "many Episcopaliansthink B. Mason United, of, Christ. most history courses are,she
League things puts it on a dialogue basis and
of the action at South On Thursday 'morning the / "People are snaring
have in common teaches In concepts. A regular -
Bend as a compromise. Con- which they
was Joined by Dr, and
textbook Is used as well,
cerned people-and we repre- Mrs. Charles Price of Atlanta. Tile multi-faceted faculty of B thun -Cookman College has as one of its most Interesting members rather than thinking" of readings."Understanding" .
sent the truly concerned Thanksgiving Day for the Sister Janet McCauley, amember of the Sisters of Christian Charity. Sister McCauleysees which divides, Sister Janet as outside is a key
are those who want to do began with worship ser- ecumeniclsm need Sister finds her at Bethune- contends.
group as a for the future. McCauley teaching word in Sister Janet's voca-
something like raise money" vices at the Second Missionary 'Cookman "inspiring, challenging and educational" In the above picture Sister McCauley is She does not see of bulary. She's the type to try
black social compromise any
for justice. as a
Baptist Church. talking withistudents Chris Johnson and Maurice Barnett.Martin Gross Photo
becoming to understand the why of some
Commenting on Father Palmer's Dinner was served at the one's faith. "We are Just .
Wll of narrow thing. The hew student activism -
statement, Mr. aware our
home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel,
the Is the and students rights
tins said: vision of past
"We do not believe in the way she puts it. A native of movements are "indicative of
concept of reparations as a Philadelphia, she taught the the restlessness of the new
o solution, nor do we think It Faaous EWC Concert Choir S orsors Musicalt last four years at Marillac society." One of the basic'causes

fair to ask people of this gen- College, a Catholic school in of this is "the attemptto
eration to assume responsibility Sty, Louis. Prior to that were refocus on man" explains
wRoy for what happened In 1817 stints at various Catholic Sister Janet. "I don't a p-
Wilkins or 1716. They should be responsible schools in Pennsylvania. Her prove of all their techniques,
"We wish to offer a national for correcting the A.B. and A.M. degrees were but I think understand them."
alternative to those con- evils of this generation. One obtained from Seton Hall Uni- There's no genration gap existing -
cerned people who cannot sup- would expect that a Black Eco-' '" versity, South Orange, New between her and to-

port groups employing,violence nomic Conference would be .. .., Jersey and her PhD. in his- day's young people. She sym-'
and Intimidation as a composed of economists, but tory from St.Louis University.This pathetically says they are Interested -
means of obtaining their objective he looks In vain for economic' 'or: is Sister Janet's first In bringing about anew

/: ," Father Palmer experts-economists, agronomists .-... teaching venture out,of.the society and are tearing
said in his opening remarks. farmers and businessmen .. realm of parochial schools, up their denominational and
"Feeling that it is not adequate I invite this group and &+ .4:' .; but she views students as the nationalistic goals to"uniteon
others to examine 't' ... .... !. the World "ThereIs basis of whatit
simply to resopnd negatively organiza- ... ... .... same over. a common
to the pressing needsof tions already functioning in .1t\. ,_ .... .J, no difference inyoungpeo- means to be a man."
these turbulent times,we the field and to give financial -, ple. No matter where you She avidly speaks for black
have incorporated to offer a- support through these or- teach, young people are the studies programs. "So muchof
nother channel: for immediateand ganizations." same." She assumed her American education Is orl-

positive action through Mr. Johnson concurred with duties at Bethune-Cookman ,ented toward the white per-

groups who are assisting minorities Mr. Wilkins, stating that"the, ; \, September 3 ani! has found. spective and has been for so
to achieve self-de Urban League and Its 9 5 teaching there "inspiring, many generations, a large
termination" branches around the country f-> challenging and educational." area needs to be dmytholo-

A large number of Episco- welcome any support which The students see her strictCalendar- glzed" she contends.CONNOISSEURS .

palians, he said, did not agree organizations like this EORSAcan
with the decision of the ,give
: Events I

Young PeoplesUnion
> I
Ordained Facer PRIDE OF MACEO

Iii A Pride of Maceb Temple No. The Connoisseurs of Cosmetology -
To Meet
w "Gospel Extraveganza"will ,yln Collins and his group from Other reading groups rf, the) .'Tickets may ,be, purchased: ,> 186,1.B.P.O.E. of Wwill meet Unit No. 60 will meet
"' .. tally will jjso from any member of the Concert '' December 18 at 712 West December 15 at 8
present : Monday
be sponsored by the Edward Bethel Baptist In Sweetwater, along .' p.:
December 14 ; Waters College Concert' Nathaniel 'Jackson and the St.' v with the Edward Waters Choir/frim'-'Mr.; Alvld"Green.os4eem'the Duval: at: 8"p.nv 'Daughter 'm., at 625 West Ashley Mrs '

Choir on Sunday, December' Thomas Gospel Chorus,Na- College Gospel Chorus. Mrs; : Music Ruler Mrs. Hattie j;J;James Pryor is hostess AU members -1
14, at 8 p.m. thanle Huff, the Church of God Ethel Davenport Bannister offer at the College Tickets is asking all daughters to be 1 I are expected to 'be on
Among famous groups ap- In Christ Written In Heaven will serve as mistress of ce f may also be purchased at the present and on time. All 1 time. Mrs. T. Owens is. president -.
The Young Peoples .Union pearing will be the Art Good- and the Gospel Chorus of Zion remonies. door. The public is cordially candidates are expected to be .
*vELDER will be held at St. Stephen man Community Choir, Mar- Hope Baptist. A donation of$1.00 Is asked' invited to support this affair. t present also
Baptist Church, Sunday, December -
14, beglnningat pm.

.Almeda.The church Rev is located B.F. Addison at 4201. Methodist Report Foresees PlClT SAVE DAILY DISCOUNT I I DRUGS,

Cherry is pastor.and Miss the Versatile Delphtn Painful Race Church Crisis IIUANTlTY' Available

Chert lets will be hosts. RESERVED AIONTS SPECIALS, THRU. WED. DEC. 17 In Most,
Several soloists and singing
NASHVILLE, Tenn.A report ty projects. And In a move mlc class or by region.Otherslike Stores,
groups will participate. Mrs. on racial unrest In the that surprised white
Bernice Dixon, teacher at the many Bishop James
United Methodist Church sees'American
Methodist, the caucus rejected Matthews of Boston,chairman
Butler High School will be Methodism"Headed a$2-miJlion emergency relief of the powerful Quadrennial 15 OUNCE

mistress of ceremonies. for a severe racial crisis, plan proposed by the Gen-. Emphasis Committee, and Dr. VITALIS -
Guest soloists will be Miss 1 V.1
M.E. GRIFFIN perhaps its worst since the eral Board of Education-for Joseph Yeakel of Nashville BARBER SIZE I.
Beverly Mrs Jarathy Jack- bitter schisms of the 19th the 12 predominantly black head of the General Board of
Pollard, Mr.Nathaniel "
Methodist-affiliated collegesin Evangelism--believe the turmoil -
Elder Marie Griffin,above, son and Mrs. Elizabeth Mlncey The report,' "Black Pro the, South. Instead, the will prove beneficial to 13 OUNCE IN REGULAR OR 12255CGLEEM
and Mrs Harper.
test Will It Split the United
was ordained November 30, : caucus insisted on a crash, the whole church. ADORN
1969 the Annual Assembly The Gospel Angels andsev- Methodists' was released : 225: HARD
If during eral other will five-year $800ml1Uon program With every major Christian TO HOLD I
of the Pentecostal groups today by the Race Relations for rejuvenating thers denomination shaken by todaY's .
Church of the First Born,, astn pear. Information Center (RRIC), a institutions. Finally, the BM black revolution, the
Elder. Elder Griffin Is a There are twelve member private agency based in Nashville CR endorsed James Forman'shighly unrest in the United Metho- '

., member of the Church of the groups In this union. All are that prepares Journalls-: controversial Black dist Church was selected fro LARGE SIZE
First Born No. 1 Elder Reatha Invited. Mrs. Inez Harrisis tic studies on various aspects: Manifesto."On 'study because it is America's 00
M. McGill pastor. Elder president. Mrs. Albert' of race relations in the United the opposite side 3-1 1
says largest Protestant sect., because TOOTHPASTE
Latimore is pianist and manager -
States. The center is the
,Leonard Brunner is Bishop. successor the RRIC report, "is a large more blacks are enrolled .
Bernarc McClain is re to Southern EducationReporting
The church located at Ellis body of white Methodists, not in the United Methodist
and Stuart. porter. Service. well organized, but generaUy Church than in any other pre-
"Less than two yews the united in their traditionalist dominantly white Protestant EXCEDRIN "t\Pi1\ SIZE

Methodist Church, largest beliefs in separation of church body (about 500,000)), and because J09
Protestant denomination,wel- and state. Already resentfulof BMCR is an unusually .
comed its once separate black; the black .
movement and its active black caucus that has ,
contingent, laid the groundwork Impact secular chosen IOTTLE '
society,they to work within the ,
for a racially inclusive, now find the unrest has spread framework of the church iff .t: JERGEN"LOTION
institution, and formed the U- to their sanctuaries and that .
Now: pure relief for nited Methodist Church,". the; the church hierarchy Is Increasingly -' OF '
report notes,"aseemingly inevitable accommodating to Ebenezer And i :
dry problem skin confrontation is brewing -, black demands" .100 41. t ,
." One white Methodist leader Snyder Choirs ; .
VAS&INE PETROLEUM JELLY rivet your ,The study notes the wideningrift : told RRIC he believed\ the
kin the richer moisture it needs for
between the Black Methodists -, real white resentment Is not Plan Musical
from from
protection chipping dry,
akin for Church Renewal(BM so much against black activists '
shy-grey skin To keep your k
10ft,younger look CR), an activist body of*lack as against Methodist of Ebenezer United Methodist 970 "i 67C
ing:, Insist on clergy and laymen based in ficials. But no matter whom ,Church and Snyder Memorial 9 Ol
nine .. Atlanta, and the church's white the conservative white! Metho- United Methodist Church, L E : L .
Petroleum middle-class conservatives, dist considers the vlllian, he Laura and Monroe Streets, '
You pay a the vast majority of the Wes- if fighting back by what Dr. will Join on Sunday Decem-

mart than genOll' leyan denomination's11.3' D. Dillon Holt, president of ber 14, at 4 p.m. In the presentation
other million members and the, Scarrltt College in Nashville, ', of a concert of Xmas .35CIGARETTECfl&pLIGHTER1? >y'
petroleum. group that contributes most calls "the only way lie knows music, in the sanctuaryof Ebenezer '
but worth your Itt! .heavily to the church. how:!* in the collection has- ,, located at Clay and
BMCR has accused the .ket." Other white reactions Ashley Streets. ,
Methodist Church of racism, have Included concellation of Featured will be Choir No. 2
demanded recognition of black subscriptions to Methodist of Ebenezer and the Choir of 3?
achievements and emphasis on, publications stressing black Snyder Memorial church BOXCHRITMACARD$7 11C(;
black problems\ and aspira- themes and.-in many instances Each choir will sing selections -
tions, insisted on representation --defecting .to other In keeping with the sea- ,
l in all church activities--: denominations, particularly son. The congregation will" ThLLON
M1A la from national to local levels- the all-white Southern Metho Join in the hymn singing. The VEl CLAD CHROME IN GEE 'SHELFSHAMPOOlCOOKWAREj :'
and pushed the church to seek dist Church. service will be under the supervision '
reunion with the African In the middle of the contro- of the pastors ofboth

Methodist Episcopal, African versy, according the report -' churches Rv. E.W. Newman SPICE
Methodist Episcopal Zion.aDd is the church hierarchy,. and Rev., Richard A. Perry '
t Christian Methodist Episcopal faced with the taskof reaching respectively. .,
churches, the three black denominations -. compromises acceptable to Mr. Banes E.Sale is minis .PIECE: ACK
that split with; the increasingly militant ter of music at Snyder and will '
the white' church over., 150 blacks and the, white conservatives. direct the choir. J '. I SET WITH Yin ., "
years ago., Mrs.E.W.Hurley Is '' '
;: 4 choir director YOM ? H : If.'t" ." '
I I ',fb'e black caucus also has Many church leaden fear the at Ebenezer. Mrs.Mae t h 't'1.:., "

demanded that the, United dawn of an almost tmbridge- Spearing is organist. Mrs,
../ ,1'.f"I' fI'- Methodist Church take part able polarization not black, 'Corlne Fleming is president' I j PIC If SAVE I DISCOUNrI I
VASCUNB b a niburtd Bid* mark oC CbeNbrouah-PDI\d'.lnc, Iin and finance black communl-. socio-econo- ,

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1 Black Contestant For Presidency Of Council Of Churches Loses Hot. Hattie' I

I ROY. Albert Cleage Snowed Miani Blacks Baptist Leaders Plan Youth Meet Two Church Schools ,World DIY Of

Under Hold Meotla Listed For
iy Vote Avalanche Try New TechniquesNOTRE Prayer

On Hew Plant '

DEmOIT--For the first time In Its hlstorythe mammothNa- March 70
DAME, tod.:---The
tlonal Council of Churches will have
I the first time In Its history the Council i woman was afforded president.a battle For MIAMI.--On: the call o t University of Notre Dame and On March 6, 1970 bond ot
Clarence Edwards, black activist r 1Q "sister school," Sainti
between the white woman winner and a black churchman, the prayer spanning six continents -
of Miami more than Mary's College are endeavoring -
eminent Dr. Albert Cleage, pastor of the Church of the Black i will encircle the world.
Madonna of Detroit.Dr. 100 black leaders from over f to "create a total educational On this day, known as "World
Cynthia Wedel.prominent It with "racism." the state assembled Saturday ,: t t opportunity that will be Day of Prayer," women &.

Episcopalian, a Virginian The leader said, :"This or- morning at the St. John's greater than the two separate 130 countries will offer prayer -
ucator anlphllsopher,garner :animation is anti-Christ and Baptist Church, Rev T,Johnson j opportunities that have existed in seventy-five language
ed 387 votes to Dr. Cleage's intil young people or oppress- pastor, where they attempted : thus far." the president o fI and a thousand dialects.
93, id people take over, you'll to arrive at means I I ,Notre Dame said today ((Sunday Protestant, Orthodox, and

The position's tenure is for remain anti-Christ. Time is and ways for effectinga state ,, Dec. 'I, &:30 p.m.X Roman Catholic women will
three years. running ,out for you The wide registration campaign.' In an address at academic unite their witness round (be

It was assumed, In spite of Black people are the basis for Other objectives were con- convocation observing the theme, "Take Courage,"
the opposition of blacks at whatever hope there Is for sidered at the meeting 1 125th anniversary of Saint "Moet Houden. ," "Stech

the meeting, that Mrs. Wedel the future of the church." Roland Young, Miami educa-, ; Mary's, the Rev. Theodore M. fest," "Esfuerazte." It ,
would win the leadership of Dr. R.H. Edwin Espy,white, tor, was elected temporary Hesburgh, CjS.C., said he favored was chosen by International
this organization of 42 million' was returned to the post of chairman. Mrs. Lois Kate- 'I a middle path between committee headed by Miss

members. She is a vice president general secretary. He defeated tine Anderson, Miami Urban direct admittance of women to Gudrun Dlestel of Germany

of theCouncil and former Rev. Leon Watts of' League staffer, was named I Notre Dame's undergraduate a housewife from Egypt, asocial

president of the United New York City by a margin temporary secretary. t. --
Church Women Dr. Theodore of 282, Rev. Watts received Other actions Included the NASHVILLE.:--Dr. James.Carl Sams, right,president of the National Baptist Convention of America,)! outright merger of the two a church worker from the

0. Wedel, her late husband \ 100 votes. drafting of a resolution ot Inc., and Dr. T.B. Boyd, Jr., second from right, secretary-treasurer of the National Baptist Pubs, neighboring Institutions on the. Pbillplnes, and woman from
was a noted Episcopal Dr. Wedel said she intendsto petition Governor laud; listing Board, with offices In Nashville, took leading roles recently In a meeting of the executive other. the UJS>. discovered a com-
x continue her struggle for Kirk to appoint a black man At present Notre Dame does mon bond of faith and worshipas
theologian. committee of the ChrlstrlanEducationDepartrae: the convention and planned the agenda for the
When the vote was announcedDr. peace and understanding to the office of Secreatry of annual Sunday School Congress and Baptist Training Union which meets In June of 1970 In Kansas'City 'i not directly admit women undergraduates they created the service v
State la the event that Adams but the two Institutions
Cleage spoke out in no Bishop Frederick Douglass' MOo Sharing the sesslonarelnthe picture, above Dr. W.N. Daniels, Chicago; Dr. N. Samuel: for this year.
uncertain terms about the Injustices Jordan of the African Methodist resigns Jones, Nashnvlll, second from left and Dr. PjS.Wilkinson,San Antonio. Dr. Sams. Is seated at the are in the fifth year Women will "take courage"
existing In tea organization Episcopal Church, was Discussion also centered on far right, Dr. Boyd second from the right Dr. Sams, nationally known leader, is pastor of the' of an exchange program in as they pray for themselves
and Blacksto which 599 Dame students
and further charged elected first vice president' encouraging aiding Second Missionary Baptist Church of Jacksonville Dr. Boyd serves as executivedirector and dean Notre 'and one another. They will e
.without opposition run for offices on every are currently taking give as they Join Ina
of the Congress. --Photo by Nashville Banner, Don Foster. courage
level, with emphasis on teh 784 classes at Saint Mary'sand worldwide offering to be

office of Secreatry of State. 767 Saint Mary's studentsare devoted to an Intercontinental

New, York Mlnistei Denies' taking 1,395 classes at Mission Fund. serving six
4 Notre Dame. continents. They will celebrate -

I Pastors Bill Is Dangerous UR.uJEMANUEL undergraduates Direct admittanceot"may women make 'to mind courage women who as they have brlnr ven-

sense for Princeton or Yale, tured boldly on behalf of their
Notre Dame's president com- Mow human beings

WASHINGTON--Rev. David N. Licorlsh, Associate Pastor otHarlem's mented, "but these schools do Courage Is not usually considered -
not have girls' school mile
Abyssinian Baptist Church, appeared before a Communications a peculiarly feminine
I distant with the historical relationship
virtue. This accent comes
Sub-Committee of the Senate Committee on Commerce
worship begins at 7 Weekly actlvltes Include the that has characte-
p.m. fittingly however at the -
this week to deny charges that a Bill involving proce- BAPTIST opening
School officers rlzedNotre Dame and SaintMary'l
Prayer of Faith Hour at 7 p.m.The Sunday
of a decade which promises
dures for the renewal of the licenses of TVand radio stations On Tuesday night prayer meeting and teachers meeting are
and teachers Council will meet Friday at 7 p.m. L.C. for 125 years. This
a new awakening of women a
is anti-black. licenses to operate radio or held, with the pastor and officers in charge On Wednesday the assistant general superintendent will guide the period' solution might be simple for worldwide
Rev. Licorlsh's argument TV stations until it had first Senior Choirs No. 1 and No. 2 will rehearse Joinllyat 8 p.m. forward movement
on business. Rev.Sams will conduct the Bible study. Workers us, but disastrous for Saint of women to realize their full
was largely a rebuttal of testimony denied features the In the The
the renewal applica Thursday noon prayer service church. from various churches are welcome to share the study hour. MarY's." Father Hesburgh '
given by other Blacks tion for an existing station. monthly conference will be held at the usual hour On Satur- also dismissed merger of the potential.

who claimed that the Bill spon- Some of the organizations day the male chorus will rehearse at 7:30: p.m. Sunday School NEW BETHEL A.M.E. two schools as a solution.

sored by Senator JohnO. Pas- opposing the Bill are the Black' begins at 9:30: a.m. with Mrs Mania Fields and Deacon George The Youth Choir will present a playlet "Love Lights The "Somewhere In I between," .----.
tore (D.R.I would, if passed, 'United Front House Smith In charte. The lesson will be reviewed by an appointee. .
Unity Christmas Tree," Sunday, December 14, at 4 p.m., In the he stated, "there must be an
prevent Black applicants from the Institute for Policy Studies Consecration takes place at 10:50 a.ra. The morning worship lower auditorium of the church. Visitors are welcome. The' answer." He predicted com- BEHIND
acquiring licenses and Black Efforts for begins at 11 a.m. with the deacons Incharge. The hand rf fellowship Is and admission
church is located at Third and Tyler: Mrs. J. Bailey supervisor mon Registration -
The Bill((5.2004)isanamend-) Soul in TV (BEST). Rev. Li- will be given all new members lathe morn1ng"rv1ce.. Miss Regena Jones is president. Mrs Gertrude more composite academic YOUR
ment to the CommunicationsAct corish Communion will be observed at 2:30 with the dea-
said that the Bill in no Holy p.m., Morris is organist. Rev. Elisha Jones is pastor. The Sarah departments, a common
of 1934. way affects ownership of stations cons in charge The message will be delivered by the pastor, McGlnnls Missionary Society will meet Sunday, December 21, academic calendar, standardsand PI EALTH
.Rev. Llcorish citing his own and the Rev. S.L. Senior Choirs'No. land 2 will .serveMrs. ,'
arguments of Badger No. at 4 p.m. with Mrs, Elnora McBride as hostess, at 1643 West grades, and an Increase ,
Interest In seeing Black penaple those opposing the passage of .Mann Carter and Mr. C.B. Fisher will be In charge of Seventh Members are urged to be present. Visitors are welcome la shared facilities and pro- .
acquire such licenses,' the Bill, are without merit. the instruments. Choir No 3 Is asked to accompany the pastorto Mrs. M.A. Jones Is coordinator. Mrs Olivia Harrell grams. H. S. Kingman,Jr., D.VM.
said that the Bill would do The bill Is co-sponsored in Central Baptist for service Inthe evening Rev S.L. Badger *
said "that
Is president. Mrs. Gertrude F. Morse is reporter. "I believe, he Imagine having blood a.
nothing to prevent or to ham- the Senate by such civil rights iSjpastor. The church is located at 2221 Forest all of this can be accomplished white as milkl AnunaU undergoing -

per the application of any applicant stalwarts as Senators Norris ST. STEPHEN'S A.M.E. without submerging Notre open heart turgery have

of any color Rev. Cotton, New Hampshire; Gor- 'COLOSSIANS BAPTIST The youth of the church will present a cantata Sunday night, Dame, or lowering the acade- had ai much replace 80% of with theirown
blood a
Licorlsh also felt that School at 9:30 with the and
trumped superintendent
don Sunday
AUott, Colorado; Hugh begins a.m.
December 21, Inthe main auditorium of the church. Professor mic standards of either newly-developed artificial blood
up and pretentious arguments Scott, Pennsylvania; ''Vance teachers in charge The morning service begins at 11 a.m. The ..
Alta- could
Wilton Blake will be In charge. Assisting will be Mrs. school. Degrees be that to anow whore'd'
discredited legitimate com- Hartke, Indiana; James B. .evening worship begins at 8 p.m. Rev. R.J. Crawford, pastorr mese McIntosh, Miss Malinda Wilson, Mrs. Mary Blake. Sun- granted by either or both. We IIJi new; Hood, b 'tees n-
plaints against discriminatory Pearson., Kansas; Frank' E.. will speak,' :choir:No. 1, Choir No. Z and Usher >'day School begins at 930; a.m. Professor A.C. Madry, super- could Join our strengths and I its synthetic blood I
legislation which does oca- Moss, Utah; Roman 1.. Hrus- will serve during the day. Prayer service will begin at 7;30 p. intendent, and his staff of officers will be In charge At 10:45 eliminate our weaknesses." be celli damaged-as called fluorocyle real blood cannot can

slonally appear in Congress. ka, Nebraska; Carl T, Curtis, m. a.m. consecration services will be held. The morning ser- The bulk of Father Hes- -by prolonged flow through a'I
The opponents of the Bill cite Nebraska; Edward W,Brooke, vice begins at 11 a.m. The male chorus will render music burgh's address dealt with the I heart-lung machine. .
as the chief area of contention Massachusetts, Howard H.Ba- FIRST BORN TEMPLE Eunice Lee heart-lung merhlnea can be
for the day. Usher Board No. 2 will serve. Mrs. history of.Saint Mary's found- .
a clause which would pro- ker, Tennessee; Howard W.' Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. The morning worship begins 14 uied longer for intricate cperationi -
and Professor Allen Green will be at the consoles. r s.' ed by four French Sisters of .
hibit the Federal Communications Cannon, Nevada, Mike Mans- at 11 a.m. .Mrs. Rosetaa Cohen, missionary, will speak The Duke is president of Usher Board No. 2. Rev. R.V. Webster the Holy Cross in 1844 at
Commission from considering field Montana and Robert > Y.P.C.W. will begin at 430. The evening worship begins at '
J. Parents moved
pastor, or an appointee will deliver the sermon are Bertrand, Mich., and
new applications fo. Dole, Kansas 7 p.m. An appointee will speak. Bishop A, Hill Is pastor. at 6 The
urged to send their children to the meeting p.m. 11 years later to Notre Dame, '
Missionary W.W. Thomas Is president.. The church Is locatedat evening worship begins at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at 730.class; lad THE ELDERLYNot

Gvssle Elected 825 West Monroe. meeting Is held. AU leaders are urged to be present. On
Gray Thursday night at 7.30 the United Choir rehearsal takes place. lung al/>>, mention of
HOUSE OF GOD grandpa| or great aunt Mm con.
I On Saturday at 4:30: the youth church will meet. The young Jured up, vision of bent fixum,
To Nigh Office Sabbath School tipenu at 10:30 with devotions! led by the super- adult choir rehearses Saturday at 7:30. The church locatedat tk . searching: the ground afoot (.or
intendent. The evening worship,begins at 3 p.m. Choir No. 1 All invited 'each: .Dep.q .
Fifth and Davis. Rev. R.V. Webster Is pator. are -
u' _ __ will serve through the day. OIl'FridayDecember 19, the House
Mrs Gussie Mae p. Gray or Mae Bolen, Houston,Mrs. Helen .
of God Temple No.1 will give service at the House of God Tem-
1974 'Tuskegeei Road was elected White, Belle Galde Fla. '
ple No. 2 at 40th and Paris Avenue. Elder J. Kenney, is pastor. ..
as chairman of the Mrs. Ruble Dee SolomonSan FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST '
The service will at 7:30 The national council <
Cleaners Committee of the Antonio; Mrs. Christine Hen- begin p.m. youth 'District No. 1 of Friendship Primitive Baptist Church will ce'
will meet December 26 and end December 28 in 'r
Senior Women No. 2 by Mrs. son, Tulsa; Mrs. E.R. Simp- on Lexington, lebrate its twenty-sixth anniversary Sunday, December 14,at 31
efettie L.E. Williams, presi- sea, Jacksonville, Mrs. Lucille Ky. Evangelist William Densonis natlonalpresldent. > On Sunday p.m., In the church auditorium. unique! program has been JL7
night December 14 win be in
dent of ten National Baptist F. Sanford,' Galveston theMlssionary Department planned. Mrs. Eliza Rich Perry of'West Union Baptist will
Convention, at their last session Mrs. Gray Is also field organizer charge, with President Evangelist M. Wilsonpresident. 'The speak. The church Is located at First and Pearce Streets :
In St. Petersburg In September of the Senior Missionary Nurses Guild will preside a ,! :30.p.m. Sunday, December 21. Mrs. Mary Robinson ispresident Mrs. Gloria Wilcox is pro- > rQahItAI
The usher board will give its last service of the year on December -
of 1969. Board No. 2 Societies of gram chairman. Rev Hayward Roblnsonls pastor. Sunday
28. Dothan Fauli Is Sister Barbara
Bishop pastor.
Rev. J.C.Samspastorof the East Florida and Bethany School begins at 9:45: with Mrs. Leaster Smith,superintendent
'ond Missionary Baptist Church Baptist .Association :Senior Brown Is reporter. and teachers, in charge. The morning service begins at 11,30: i (lUiJfJU&J@ i g
Is national president.Mrs. Missions No. 2. Mrs. A. ten- with devotional services led by Deacon Winston Ware and Deacon ,
Gray 1s well knowna- ant is president. Rev. B.H. Joseph McPherson At 4 p.m. District No. 1 will meet at 51
mong the national workers, Hartley is moderator. Mrs. building fund drive will be held Sunday night,.December 21, the church Deacon McPherson is leader. On Tuesday night ,:' ,,1j\
at 8 Mr, O.L. Meadows and Mr. R. Watklns will be In \ p.m. ;
having served for a number of Gray was reelected for three at'7 P.m. the weekly prayer meeting Is held. :"
Bible Is at 8 confession $ .
charge Tuesday night The
study p.m. ? ,
the :
years as a field worker for years as president of the Senior ) ,
national. Mission No. 2 of the Mt. service is Friday night Bible Schoolbegns. at 10 a.m. Sunday. SWEETFIELD BAPTIST

Members of the committeeare Calvary Baptist Church, Rev The morning service begins at 11 ajn. The night service begins Sunday School begins at 9:30: with Deacon R. McKinnon I n
: Mrs. Annie M McKinneY, W.M. Hill pastor. at 7 p.m., The church is located at 1676 West Ninth. B. 'charge. The: morning services will begin at 11 a.m. with Deacon /

Houston, Mrs. Helen Marie Mrs. Gray Is presenting a Goldsmith reporter. Luke Stephens and Deacon Elijah Holmes In charge of de-

Copeland, Brenham, Texas; grand recital on January 7, votions. Choir No.4 and the Young Adult Choir will serve. Rev.
Mrs. Mary Frederick, Poplar- 1970, at the Mt. Calvary Missionary -SECOND MISSIONARY BAPTIST J.A. Oliver will deliver the message. The evening service will :
vllle. Miss.; Mrs. Millie Bell, Baptist Church, District Day will be observed Sunday. Sunday School begins begin at 5:30: p.m., with Deacon Freddie Carroll and Deacon f f
nalla Texas Mrs. Claudie Soruce and Dora Streets._ H at '; with L.C. Chester,superintendent, and other general .Sam Williams in charge of devotions Choir No. 4 and the I
officers Incharge. Rev. J.C. Sams, pastor, will review Young Adult Choir will serve. Rev. J.A. Oliver will speak 'rS ye ,

Your professional beautician the lesson. Consecration rites for the deacons, deaconesses, Prayet meeting Is Tuesday at 7:30. On Wednesday at 8 p.m. e
ushers and for thecholr will be held at 10:45. The morning Choir No 2 rehearses. On ,Thursday 8 p.m. Choir No.l rehearses .
knows the answer. worship begins at 11 a.m. Rev.Sams will deliver the message. Choir No.t rehearses Staurday 5:30. The youth
The Baptist. Training Union will be held at 5:45: pjn. Mrs. R. choir rehearses at 6 p.m.
H. Morrlsseette, assisted by teacherswiU be in.charge.'' The ,

,1 Revival To CloseAn Liiiir Warn 01 Oitkrnks At Gmniiit Bass P .

old fashioned revival Is The services have been de- continued attempts will" be according to Lee. Lee reminded ,.. .
being held at the Church of Heated to the sick and at- the
made to secure rather expensive navy that
hair Our Lord and Saviour Jesus flirted '
"McLln and
Why'doessome Negro entertainers. Simon. were In
Christ, 1225 East First, and Evangelist Ruben L. Holme. Hostesses,per-se, are prohi- the StoneAge as far as knowledge
win end Sunday f Is in charge bited in the men's clubs and of Civil Rights
break off when combing? pro- :
: in other clubs blems were concerned. They
:W POH'T WE TO HO TO TOM fa, GET Mr. little said punishment also demonstrated a dire need

within the Navy Is administered of sensitivity training. We .
;Your hair is precious and delicate...and none of us like to see wihtout regard to race. were not treated as though we : > {ti '

!lit break off for any reason. Scientists tell us that excessive use :LOW PRICE Mr. Lee responded in rebuttal had too much Intellect and ". w\ :
of hot combs and over-processing of hair with chemicals often in a letter of November we resent it; Your letter I" ..t \
'are major causes of brittleness resulting In hair breakage. But' 14, 1969. makes us feel the samen,." ", ""wt; W .

hair that is naturally curly and tangles easily frequently breaks He writes, "Dear Mr.Riffle: Mr. Lee 'concludes: "Any.'attempt t *
off in everyday combing. Notice how irritated your scalp becomes DRUG STORE NEEDS I feel that your answer to my to
'when you comb in contrast to the way your beautician does? letter La'not a satisfactory unrest leads to violence and :.
beautician knows that curly hair mats and the s ,16; " 'f ,
Your professional solution to the many racial NAACP Is trying to a- : >
.tangles so easily that it should be softened before combing Trade with Your Neighborhood drug Store. WE WILL problems that have existed vert I violence at Cecil Field. 'i 'I

Otherwise;, unnecessary irritation to the scalp and damage to .'{tale MEET ANY FREES ADV. IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS. and still exist at Cecil" The Black men stationed I h C aft f fJ
the shaft and ends of the hair occurs. To achieve this needed deliver. We all Dortnrs')escrlptioM. Mr. Lee charged that none there are fed up and ready !! ltali )

softening and a temporary relaxing effect that prevents break. of the aggrieved parties was for anything spontaneous. We age on all human hair (including wigs), most beauticians rely Interviewed. He asked, "How'do will not stand by and pass off e' ',,'Lu'/h"f.l iJ

on Clairol Hair.SO-New' spray-on creme rinse. for combingease Dixie yon expect the brass at complaints such as those we I I'' ), .,1M ?
) arid for beautifying your hair' in tnany other ways, trained Pharmacy Cecil to admit that discrimination have received from Black men : < .i '

.. beautjcians stock a complete. family of fine Clalrol products for and prejudice Is widespread -, In uniform as "hogwash"! Tiered petaled cutouts', wet; the pretty,of s tht'V 4,1.1

a your specific needs. i there? This would. be !*We will closely watch what ; ,soft bleck calf (Italian J pump..:The rouqded! toe! and ,1tl.
;.; Visit your expert hairdresser:who cares about your hair care 1312 i illS MAI AT MYITLE self-Incriminating." the Department of the Navy 4 heel give aubtie drarrn"A ; : )
and ycu ,comfort Whatever the nature of your hair problems, A recent meeting with Captains will do to Improve its Image higher faceted | Q It

'. on f ,irofessional I'beautician. Jcnows the Answer for sure! Phil *J53 55J7V : McLln and Simon at the and sho* that the Navy Is try- ," ,to'CfualiCraft's. import "eligince Ai. ,, JLlttJTX 'Jl 9vti. j
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; Cranberry Fillets for Holiday Dining
1'l :t D/.J.I Chocolate Cup Cakes Are Easy Eatin'
:: I lolulj)' moils lunl! not t bo elaborate or expensive to OF AMERICANS' Double,
!I :: add iliorr to fancily dining. Any homonukcr! who dares to be 55OT ;TOTOB1S; FOOD BUDGET cookinq
I :: d"" "Il'nt can delight: her f.imiliih this entree even on' her ., ROAIIE ,
: busiest( shopping) r1ay.> Serving gooey hors Americans spend a whopping acoTt; -
(' I docuvres at a holiday partyr 28% of their food dollar on .,d smF
I preparation.I Then adopt an ancient oriental meat, according to a recent sur- hintsCARNATION \

bright: hemps, np ready loi>"".t'. The to t-a slender 3711 per serving custom and turn paper towels vey by Supermarket Institute A eM
I ..i i wi'Uonw ,n.1 linn of' year when bank balances. diminish into little"hot" towels for your The next highest expenditure is HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR
: -:: under the onc-t\\n punch of gifts: and guest: guests Fold a border printed 19% for fruits and vegetables.
I ;; CRANBERRY Kleenex towel in thirds to form, Other protein sources such as Make mornings special. Bake Cherry-0 Nut Bread.
I FILLETS a long rectangle. Then dip it ,fish and poultry attract only It is packed full of candied cherries, dates and nuts. '
:2! pound Booth 'fuven cod 1 teaspoon ((alt lightly into warm water scented 6%, Velvetized evaporated milk keeps the bread moist and r
Vets ', with cologne or lemon juice This may be changing,accord- tender down to the last crumb. Your family will thinkit
'4 rap butter or inupriiie, / 'teaspoon liquid hot pepper Fold the long rectangle in half, to Booth Fisheries, world's largest is great,
I melted sauce Then fold each border-printer1 producer and processor of I __ k

t 2 tjblespoon 'lemon juice Dash pt'pPN' edge back over to make an accordion frozen fish and seafood. Booth
: 1 teaspoon gratedonion Chopped parsleylole pleated rectangle with marketing experts see the pres- y 'K
I 1I the borders showing on each ent increase in fish consumption -
I 1 can ((1 I poundl cranberry sauce n
side. Press the rest t of the water (up 14 pound per person in .
Thaw fuven fillets and cut V tyT. for 25' to 30 minutes or out of the towel so that it is USA this year) as a possible con i ..
I into serving-sire portions 'until. fish flakes easily when merely slightly damp. Make sumer reaction against spiraling $ r 4"v7'r ti---- rJ
Place in a ell-groaned) : baking: tested with a fork. Sprinkle several of the warm little tow food prices, especially meat <(
dish, 12x/'i' x: :2! inches. Combine with parsley and serve with els and them convenientlynear prices. Youngsters of all age are, chocolate fans. The ail-Ameticm
put flavor favorite la popular In any type dessert, and especall:! MIn
I butter, lemon juice. onion cranberry sauce. Serves 6. Approximate the appetizers Fish provides high quality Double Chocolate Cup Cakes A cup cake mix with cocoi:
and seasonings; pour over (fish j cost per serving 37f protein vitamins, minerals andis added makes tender cup cakes that are easy eatin' anUirne For
s: Bake In a moderate oven, low in calories and saturated a "double" treat, float with chocolate hosting. Birthdays, club
I meetings or aftei-school: snacks ire perfect for Double Chocolate
fats. A pound of fillets, enough
,'" Cup Cakes
to serve four persons, costs as Double ChoroUle Cap Calrs
'I'e, little as 49 : Maiwill Reuse Cup, Calm 1% cup sifted
One 11%-01. ok*. confectionei sugar
mem DAlEBflEMFirailSLooking Flako Cup Cake Mix) 1 egg yolk
3 tablespoon cocoa 1 teaxpoonanilla
Electra PerkCoffee 1 tee One 1-oz. pkg. no-melt
Sugar 1. for an eye-opening Vt cup milk unsweetened chocolate
breakfast for your family? flavor ingredient
They'll always wake up for date K cup butter or margarine
waffles, tantaliz- (Makes 1 loaf)
pancakes or a
5 US. For cup cakes, heat oven to moderate (350F.). Line muffin
1'f1' ing treat suggested by the Bordo 2% cup buttermilk biscuit % cup undiluted Carnation
cup with paper baking cup 01 grease and flout them. Empt
Products Company It's equally mix Evaporated Milk contents of package into bowl. Add cocoa; mix well Add egg
: I' 490 easy for mother or "mother's % cup sugar /4 cup chopped candled and \i of the milk, Beat I minute. Add remaining 1 M cup
I ". 'BalI t39o helper."Just add Bordo imported 1 teaspoon grated orange cherries milk; .bead minute. (If using mixer, beat at low speed,) Fill
rind muffin half full
(Unit 1 please with diced dates to packaged pancakeor 2 eggs y2 cup chopped dates prepared Bake in preheated cups oven (350F. 20'to 25 minutes For
waffle accord- I Vi cup chopped nut knife?
QuonlrtonLrutnx5ItCLgmOSannutrtroe mix prepared removal, let stand a feM minutes. Loosen cup cakes with
J5.00 food pirckases '' limit! 1 Please With I ing to package directions, and Combine biscuit mix, sugar, orange rind, eggs and Carnation or spatula Cool.
For frosting, beat butter until cream Gradually 8lcllugal',
spoon onto a hot, lightly greased Evaporated Milk In large mixing bowl. Beat with
721 BOM win.IIINMUTlim ;$J5.00'Or Mere beating well after each addition Stir In egg yolk, mnllla and
O'saie jiotiucKwuimtT. '" fMFL rIO) VlNUIIHItMTJIiUTBFlT griddle or waffle iron. It's the electric mixer 1 minute. Stir In candled cherries, dates and no-melt chocolate. Frost cooled cup makes.llllxwc'i .
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Peaches VitrtMtn' :)i U> ,nn 1MIW i CHURCH ZtiliJWIT tiwtT the year I Inch loaf pan. Bake in moderate oven (350F.) for about '

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CONFECTIONERS' GLAZE Beat together % cup sifted I.i .
l confectioners' and 1 tablespoon undiluted Carnation
BiscuitsSoup sugar
Ciipkell's Tente
Home On The
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r Evaporated Milk until smooth.C BIRTH, OF THE BOWERY

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I Oz. Pkf. 10C would you like to bake a potatoin
it WH called in Dutch On the site of this farm now rum the
four minutes, have five-
frut. Men Siekel Picric pound roust beef done a to a .Chftigtmag Cookie gllOfttcutg( .street New York named City.after it-the Bowery-on the lower east side of
turn in 26 minutes, bake a cake
39 in 15 minute and fly baron in ,
Pork Shoulder $: Fla. Grids A 50 seconds flat?
A dream? At one time it was, Til the season for mother to and 'you won't'' have a messy SEAFOOD CENTER
hut now researchers say that bake cookies and for kids to cooling rack to wash up.
Neck Bones 5 us. $1.00 u. Fryers i the i eiilwtlc wave of the future' munch them. When cookies are completelycool UtKMYRTlEAVE.JEf4.l4'
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line the cookie with
$ k', on the principle of cooking b>' confections that delight the jar FRESH '
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.. its delicious possibilities ... time-savers. I iAlways Kleenex towels will keep your OYSTERS pts for stewing ...........,....,. M.35
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reaching because all the ingredients
will be out on the counterat the lots of goodies hidden awayon EXTRA FANCY BLACK SEA BASS ?......,...... Ih. A9'
7 kitchen shelves, a quick wipe- To Arrive Friday Afternoon Via.
CHUCK ROAST .54C once. While one recipe bakes, Fast Refrigerated Truck
with towels will
you can mix up the next. After ', up make counter damp.paper tops and tablesi Yellow Mullet Roe ...r.ruun.......... n,. 98'
popping the last dozen in the :
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a \ : "SUPER-RIGHT" 1/4 PORK LOIN SLICE' SPECIAL Does the recipe call for Try a few shortcuts and time- MED. SHRIMP .tiwmw: ....?....:.. ... lb. $1.25
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1.t )f i: PORK CHOPS .79t and shortening by using a Klee- season, and you'll find it easier WHITING ............................... IB 49'
nex paper towel with a small to beat cookie-baking bother
piece of margarine or butter and
greasing in circles on the pan
i SUGAR where you will lay the cookies.
Every woman who has ever
k ALlr BACON n.IL'Extra rolled cookies to cut knows how e .
tough the dough gets after she a Fle-Caie 1 I 1
works it in flour. Next time,mix

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'fur; a board. The cookies will roll eas
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you'll want paper handy
Beverages as. can 5 et just in case the phone or doorbell
rings If it does, wrap your hand Electric Perk
with towels and you can open Coffeeifc.
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Gift AFGHANSIdeal for Hobbyist

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As appreciated and useful l ,,{
aa anything you can make, t
colorful and attractive
afghans rate high on the list
For Christmas few things I :
)'ou'can put under the tree :1
are likely to get a more. 'enthnttaitic .
: welcome. 'am
1 1tT' But any time of the year
and for any occasion the
time spent at knitting or
crocheting a snug,warm;bril I
liant afghan can be most

rewarding The skilled handicrafter
can often create her own
afghan But most women pre 1.
far to work from kits which Call it "mail" or Just the :
'provide detailed instructions you choose to call it, if s the
.1 on procedure, colors, size and 1 fashions in many seasons.
,materials status, It's a wonderfully cozy
:: FOR AN INTERVIEW means'looking like
These kits save a lot o( who sews can turnout a coat
time in figuring out quantitiesand 2054. :: job! For boys, Avon suggests a clean pressed
.''lba"shorty" coat abSent from the fashion scaafos a longtime patterns, and enable you and Jacket with a shirt and tie. And, being
is back again this Fall. It looks very new again and happily to go right ahead knowing i an interview also means bringing a complete
solves the dilemma of matching skirt and coat hemlines by that you are using the right, past Job experience and education.
letting lots of skirt show! Those who sew can make this good- technique, the right amount '
of the correct needle
looking side-closed shorty for about $15.001! That smashing size yarn for the gauge of the VIVID FASHIONS r
shorty takes, only 2 1/2 yards. Simplicity pattern 6451. material. Bright: vivid colors are .
according to slacks| manufacturer
The bed guide to making a 'I dominating the fashion snot- ( Inc. a leading

Fashion Coexistence: Mini & Maxi handsome found Is to afghan read the, we Instructions have-

carefully before taking. '
the first stitch LVMi'
This is the year to go to any length in coat fashion The reports If you work from a kit -1 I .
are in and the excitement Is in a variety of lengths. Hem. and you should count and
I lines can go from mid thigh to the ankle bone Mini, midi, and check the yarn against the, 1
maxi are all'"now" fashion
table of colors. Follow Instructions
"We are In a fashion era of creative Individuality and thewelldressed row by row. Do
woman will have
a coat wardrobe of lengths," reefers, trench coats, bathrobe not change the color sequence
explained the Coat & Suit f wraps, officer overcoats In all or make more scallop
Fashion Council. The Council ,variation of length Shaggy or rows than called for
should know-It's the fashion tweed and vie Wind your yarn loosely
sharp plaids
voice of the Industry that ere and do not pull too tight
with flat twill and colorful
ated both the mini and maxi SMPS 1001
coat.There's. coverts There are all varle while working or you will\ get
ties of "new fabrl'I" manmade "bunching". If you work too
a coat shaped to
match fashion furs to crushed shiny loosely, you will end with an
your every _
patents with' interllnlngs that's too wide and
mood no "matter how mercurial -
it might be. There are which will prove their fashion uses more yarn than planned F e I
maxI!, ankle sweeping! greatcoats power Midst on the winter diversity days of coat Best sizes are the standard .
that look fabulous over lengths there is a eeneralallrtenent 46 x 61, 64 x 72 and 60 x 80
the leggy, short Hippy skirts the use to
on the number one depending on
And the short-stop mini coats. fashion accessory looks. which the afghan Is to be I
that carry on over short, skinny .
skirts and. ants. S nal't' "

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I At Albany' Revamps. Curricula And Offers 13 Black-Oriented Toward Degrees


EfistM0R Honors Wia.ers In First .Ficilfy Ot Afro r American Studies Negroes Drift Cosrses :

48th Animal Contest ,,.::"::.! : ;! \.,.:j"i.t.-'.: :j, t'f,',C!'., ."': ..' Of StrieRt For School. \

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Six national winners In the National 4-H Photography prograii ; ,'I. I

were honored for their outstanding achievement byEastman ALBANY W.Y.-peclal--In) the Interest of more inclusive r 1
dak Company at the 48th annual 4-H Congress In Chicago this the mist that
education and. with deep consideration dissipating
Selected the Cooperative Extension Service from a-
week by
I,'. surrounded the black particularly the United States of
47 state winners they were presented with $600 educational ,
mong America in history and culture, the State University of N e w
scholarships donated by Kodak. F 1JI1ftre1: York at Albany has launched classes inMro-Amerlcanstudtes,
In addition to excelling in Fort Valley, Ga., lea studentat following. demands by black students for such action. I
photography, the winners are Fort Valley State College.
According to a release from
of 1969.
also well-rounded 4-H membersand Maddox has Worked six '
years -
the Institution the administration adm1n1straUonslgned
T growing The
I their selection was in the .
program, Nr ,
has taken most 13,1969.
made on the basis of outstanding and in that time has had his agreement on January
seriously the matter of black In February of this year the
work In other pro- exhibited In studio
pictures '
studies. The school has anew 15-member Executive Council .
grams as well as photography. exhibits published In Dews-
and can well make drafted the curri
campus way of BSA
The winners listed here
are : papers and yearbooks. Other
for expansion. forwardedto
Janet Bonsai 18, Morgantown 4-H programs in which he has cpla. Copies were
Black student enrollment at administrative and instructional -
!IS key
W. Va., student in Worked are health, landscaping '
the school has Jumped astronomically. personnel atNYUA.
professional photography at and He plans topecome
Judging. A full Jr. -,
Rochester Institute of Techno a professional photo recognized pro Seth Spellman, systems
of Afro-American Schoolof
Department theorist from the
logy Miss Bonsall began her
studies Is now in operation. Social Welfare, served u
4-H Photography project four Mike 16 Petalumd
Owen ,
The department offers 13 interim chairman and was Indeed -
years ago, and at that time Calif., a Junior at Rancho
courses in the area, open to responsible for the rap-
was already a 4-year veteranof Cotati High School. During'his
all students. A graduate-level Id of the n education
the 4-H Other
three years Sit the, 4-H
win be In
4-H activities include projectsIn photography proectowenshas] program operation al area.
later In the will be
year. Four major areas explored -
foods, clothing, health ando consistently earned local and t o-n?P tF
The black student body has : Historical,Socle-Psychological
leadership. state awards stu-
serves as
grown primarily because of the EconomicPolitical
Steve Douthat, Alexandria, dent photographer on his local ,
foresight of the administrationand Select and
and Cultural.
Ky., is a student at Campbell newspaper, and one of his pictures ,( J
because of the insistenceof
well courses are
County High School. Douthathis
was used as the cover
black students. Before 1967 offered. A student may secure
worked six years in the the California Farm
'photo on
had fewer Blacks in a major-minor degreein
photography project area and
monthly magazine
its student body than Georgia the department.The .
has completed 19 4-H hast
pro- 4-H week. He also
State. The. Black Student'sAlliance non-white faculty of the
jects, including photography.. completed projects in market
played a major role.
A .Junior' in high school, he lambs, swine and automotive.He year is impressive.
There are now 450 blacks Dr. Nathan Wright Jr., Is
plans a career In photography hopes for a career In ed-
and Puerto Ricans the H
on cam- Department Chairman. e

and Wes chemistry.Herman\, Brlnsmade, ucation.Rebecca Ryan, 18, Oakton,, The -State University of New+ York at Albany, through its ill"" and beyond The faculty averages three decrees to a member. '!pus. The student body totals holds six degrees, Is a former -

N.D., is a student at the University Va., a senior at Oakton High black faculty, members of which are shown above! ,has launched From left to right, they are: Dr. Nathan Wright, Jr., chair- 12,000. organizer on Black power,
Black-studies man, Edoho B. Edoho, M. Moran Weston The Educational Opportunities has authored award-win-
of North Dakota,plan- School. Miss Ryan has pirtiiclpated upon the implementing of a program of leading Reginald Qllllam, many
ning to study .medicine. He I in the 4-H Photogra- to the ,granting of degrees, both on the bachelor of arts level Fred Harris, Seth Spellman and Jerome Dukes. Program under Dr. Harry ning books on Black Power.He .
Hamilton has been most ef- full
has been appointed
has five in his ,
years phy' Program for five years,
fective. Affairs.
photography project, and has which of I her professor of
Rev. Jesse Jackson The black students were particularly Others are: Dr. C. Eric
beea in 4-H nine yearswork-: photographs have won best
interested in certain lecturer and
'ing In such projects as agro- picture awards in local com: Lincoln, visiting
courses that were relevant to educator Dr. Benjamin Mays,
nomy, elcetric,automotive and petition. She is also photo ;
their unique .soclo-cultural former Morehouse president
Veterinary science. His photo- editor of her school! l newspaper ;
graphic experience! : Jed to an She also has worked In and urban-oriented life ex Dr. Paul Mlwa, assistant vice
periences. At that time the Affairs
president of Academic -
experiment he completed in 4-H project' areas of foods, .
University offered fewer than Dr. Moran Weston,
1968 using X-ray film, which clothing, electricity and has ,
six courses oS such a nature.At member of board of trusteesof
led him all the to the International
way also done; some 4-H judging .
the outset communication
Columbia Dr. Seth Spell-
Science Fair in She plans eventually to study
Detroit. ',some branch of medicine was difficult, mainly becauseof man, Jr., Dr. Reginald Gill-
the lace of savoir faire on lam, Jr., first chairman of
George E. Maddox,.Jr., 18,'
the part of the administration.The Harvard Black Law Student

BSA ultimately prepared Association, Edoho B. Edoho,
Winner In Photography iM ... a list of fundamental demands. Blafran, formerly With Gro-

; 'ft asked for the creation of a Her Publications, Inc., candidate -

lower level undergradUatecourse for doctorate In Inter..

y.'I. InAfro-Amerlcanfls- ,national Law; Vlrglnius

'tory to ,be taught by an instructor 'Thornton, former SNCC field .

HI- -i1i .. of their choosing secretary and history pro-

.This became a reality In the fessor, now candidate for the
spring of 1969. doctorate in Black Historyand

lf''I' BSA then requested the creation Culture at Syracuse;'

of an independent degree Frederick Harris, 25 years

granting department of Afro- old, former member of Executive :
'American studies by September Council of BSA, for psychological -
\ of this year..' ,ASA'also counselor of NYC'

T'Sr:1 \ asked for a leading role in drug addicts and problem

\ faculty selection. A faculty- youth, current candidate for
''I'n student screening committeewas doctorate in clinical psychology -

set up. at SUNYA.

\ A third and final request The faculty consensus of

was that the school should recruit opinion is that the Department

... a minimum of 300 new Is far in advance of such departments

H\ Afro-American, Puerto Rican in other schools.

: : and non-white minorities representatives Professor Edoho says It is

by September the most substantial.

Tension Stephens (singing) makes a fan of Rev Jesse Jackson during his: appearance I at the.recent
Black Exposition in Chicago to promote black businnesstStevenswassinging: "Hurry Change" : If You're

Coming" which has changed into a sleeper hit I on rhythm I and blues charts; across the country The" Locust Plague Hits East African LandsEAST I

single is on the Aries label and distributed by Chess Records

AFRICA-The plagueof lien as bup. However;io

Bishop Collins locusts chronicled in the the eighteenth century, New

Alabama Stale Employment Holy Scriptures is not the, Englanders unwillingly gave of ,

I Calls Meet only one In history. they) food to the marauders.Toe .
Recently, in East Africa, locusts locusts plague in Utah

Office Is Vital. I To ,School At New BethelThe attempted an onslaught. during the early days of the

Ernest Maddox However, a control program Mormons was conquered by *
4-H Winner meets "Moon"Camera --George ,
national winner In the 4-H Reverend G. N. under the supervision of the seagulls.
Jr., Fort Valley, Ga., was named a He also Arthur D.Barnett Director
the Institution. serves
photography and recipient of* $600 scholarship donated The Office of Development of Placement Services Collins, presiding bishop of Desert Locust Control Orga- There was a drough in the
program '
the administration officer and
at Alabama State has becomean as nization of East Africa head '
30s from Texas to
by Eastman Kodak Company at the National 4-H Con- lumniRelations. He Is the African Methodist Epis- ,
for the Alabama State Volvercity responsible -
gress In Chicago this week Here he is shown with FredericS. Integral part of the Untversity's Foundation and directs for career coulseling, a. copal Church of the eleventh ed by Adefris Bellebu of Ethi- Damage amounted to more .r t
director of corporate relations function. It is head- district comprising Florida opia, has been getting some than $63,000,000.
Welsh, Kodak vice-president and various fund raising efforts placement credentials file and i i
discussing a "moon" camera which Kodak designedand ed by Henry A. Spears and which Include the of career programs In additionto is calling a one-day sessionof results. In Africa,however. ,the plague 't 1
of four ma- seeking These locusts have been 1dentlfled
manufactured for NASA to take close-up stereo picturesof represents one recruiters the East Florida Annual still exists. I
the lunar surface for scientific study. -- Eastman Photo. jor areas ofthereorPJ1ledadmlnstration. grants and gifts from govern- ,' contact meeting with senior of establishing Conference to take place .at as like thoseof The last invasion was,among J I
foundations alum
ment firms
each headed New Bethel A.M.C. Church, Moses' day. They are a others, by swarm which cov- 4
by a Vice President, who ni and friends, to help supportthe qualified students and to fill graduates most; Tyler and Third Streets, December special type of grasshopperand ered 28 square miles In 1958, tIn

Nt serves on the University's operation,and expansion business positions In 19, at 10 a.m. are given to swarming and East Africa, one mrra covS
Administrative and. Faculty facilities of the University.The Industry,. govern- migrating over miles of ter 400 '
IVVI JIlei1t andeducaUon. The Rev. E. Jones is pastor. ered. square miles. In 1889
funds raised will be placement -
Councils. Rev. Charles, E. Toston Is rain. a swarm covered 2,000 square
The Office of' Development channeled through the ASU program recentlyunderwent presiding elder American swarms have never miles ,
is a new innovation at Alabama 'Foundation and will be sued a thorough study by Col- 4

State, as in most predominately to supplement the basic State' i liege Placement Services, Inc. "
black public collegesand appropriations for operationof and plans an being made for

"----- A blue whale 100 feet long universities. The office the University .. further expansion services,
facilities and staff. As cooi'c11nator WOIICT or u u. not NCUTIU IPII n OISTIUH mm COINODNOOV.0eeOOe'aeestlem.uo.usCfaIa ,
unit the
and weighing ISO tom nukes I is currently funded by a$4 3, Functioning a : '
.r a ten ton elephant look smelt I 000 Federal grant under Title .Development Office, with its of .Alumni Relations, I y : 'r
HI of the Higher Education Act.' staff of four Spears, A. D.. Barnett keeps alumni Inform*
Spears, who assumed the full Barnett, J. L. Buskey and 'ed'< t on what the University is

time position as development Thomas Knight, also coordinates doing tad is responsible for
PAT JOUR IIH, A t..A.nI officer In September 1969, the University programs follow-up studies of alumni

will assist the President of of Placement Services and Alumni and their achievements

ILLS AT .III HUE ; the University Dr. Levi Wat- Relations, Public Relations John L. Buskey, Acting DIrector I ,y.

kins in establishing an over- and University Newsser- of Public Relations, is

all development program for vice primarily responsible for

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I A.Ford- -Grant- Awards Journalism Fellowships For Blacks Pursuing Careers I i Isiec

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B.B. King Gels Tops Rating Tenn. Stole's 224 Pond

Journalism Center Prophet Leads To VictoryBy I

WASHlNGTON"Ten Negroes have been awarded fellowships

for 16 weeks of study beginning February Z, 1970, at the WashIngton F Earle S. Clanton
Journalism Center, Julius Duscha.Director of the Center

announced. NASHVILLE ....... from the one.
: and
Fellows the
The ranging In age attended Jackson State College r" 7 (Speclal),.-jake Mayes, Tennessee Less than three minutes after leadership of captain
from 21 to 24, will attend Reese along with Bill Wyon
editor of Close-Up Magazine State University's 224- the first score the Big Vernftn
special seminars arranged by Blue Holland, Larry Woods
drove 40yards In two
Center with pound Junior running back, and James
Members Walker the
of u key
W. Charles Jackson 24 a playes for the next tally.Starting
forecast a starring role for
Congress, top Government officials to what he calla u great year'
reporter for the Fort Worth himself next season and wrote on Parsons 40, an offside Cliff
leading Washingtonjournalists uncorked the
State-Telegram,Is a graduate his penalty gave the Merrittmen
name In the Big Blue's record
and play, a 47 yard aerial
representatives to
of Wichita State the ball on the 35. Joe
Unlverlsty book he "Surar" -
of private organizations as paced the John David Davis, Intoe Big Blue's
a former religion editor of MerrillCoachedmachine Sweet rambled 32 yards
for a better understanding of the Wichita Beacon. r rl a 41-13 to down to the' 3. Playing his four-play, 80-yard TD drive
victory over Parsons
public affairs. They also will that pv.them a 21-0 first
Anthony L, Jasper 24 of final collegiate football
be assigned Internships with College Thanksgiving Day In game quarter edge.Merrill's .
Philadelphia, Penn.,Is a graduate W.J. Hale Stadium. captain Reese scored from
Washington news
organizations of Cheyney State College there on the next play and. dumped
to them Big Jake opened the scoring Parsons
give practical quarterback Don
experience *
former editor of the student : nailed his team'sground
for the shivering -
In 3,000-plus Snowden 11
journalistic techniques, $ times. Joe"Turkey" -
newspaper. leadership for the
Each Fellow will receive Homecoming crowd with a one- ,was toe first man to hit
grant of$125 weekly to cover'living Luclous New, Jr., 21, of yard scurry capping a seven- third straight year, and number him on six of the losses
Waco, Texas, is a graduate play, 35 yard drive In the two scoring spot.
Y Ex-Nashville-
expenses during the 16- .Cameron High
of Bishop College and has game's first five minutes. Scoring In all except the
week Nine Schooler John lamer
program. of the stole
worked as a Intern fourth quarter the Merrittmen
Mayes, who chalked 70
fellowships will be financedby the game's offensive show for
for the Los for the fifth time this
Angeles Times.
ya.rds In 15 tries scored
a Ford Foundation the Iowa-based eleven. Lanler
grant William T. Powell 23 of u1 year, posted better than 40
three more times to equal a took the
to the Center for ground-graining honors
a -
South Bend, Indiana Mr. points on the Scoreboard which
15-year-old record set by Lee
with 119
to in 20
encourage Negroes to con- yards
Powell drew Coach
has attended Indiana Merritf plaudits.
Derrick at four touchdowns In
sider and carries. He set his team'aonly
pursue careers in State "We up
University at Terre are pleased and surprised
a single
game. .
TD with
The 10th tick.oU
journalism. fellow a 14-yard
Haute and has with the this team
.worked a.. Mayes ended the big Blue's way
ship will be financed through an Intern for the South The reason for the happy smiles Is has performed all season return following their first
the Center's Bend thy announcement by the Gibson Guitar division of the 7-1-1 season with 14 TDsandone of two safeties notched.
regular programfor Tribune. Chicago Musical Instrument.Company to launch! an extensive advertising and promotloncam.' conversion carry for a Merritt praised "When the
journalists with professional t Jacqueline E,. Trescott, 22, palgn featuring ABC/Bluesway recording artist B. B. King and his famed Gibson stereo guitar total of points for the teams' season began, I had no Idea Snowden Starting on Jim the Tigers'42.r'
big for 2V
experience. of Jersey called Lucille. "B. B. King is one of this .. that they would Boyd
The City, N.J., Miss '' country's greatest guitar players blues or otherwise top scoring honors. compile the yards down to the 10. Lanler
Washington Journalism
Trescott is a graduate of St. said Bruce Bolen, field sales manager "And we're very proud toathe's a Gibson, Parsons' return specialist, third best record since I took 1 n three
Center Is a plays moved to the
non-profit educa- Bonaventure University and too. King (second from left) shakes hands wilt Bolen to clinch the deal which also includes Jim McKoy,fumbled Jefferson over the head Coaching Job
one-yard Snowden
tional institution stripe.
which awards has a master's degree from his endorsement of the Les Paul amplifiers Others in photo are Sidney A. Seidenberg, B.B. Street Joe GlUiam's first punt here Our coaching staff got scored
on a keeper with 4:44
fellowships who a year to New York University. King's manager, and Jack Nead, product manager, amplifier division, Chicago Musical In and the Big Blue recovered onParsons' some very ycung players to left In the
persons have had professional The Spring Fellows were selected strument. Company. .Photo. by Glen Craig 35 Mayes carried come along faster thin anyone game.
experience In toe media by the Washington Journalism four times and Wayne Reese had a right to expect"
and to Negroes interested In Center's Admissions 'had two tries before Mayes Merritt quickly added the . .

Journalism as a career. The' Committee. The members of rushed Into paydlrt territory play of Joe "Turkey" Jones
Negroes, recruited from colleges -
.. the committee are: H, Eugene
and universities
through. Goodwin, professor of journalism .
out the country, generally at Pennsylvania State
have majored< in such areas
University; I, William Hill,
of study as history, political Associate Editor of The

science, English, sociology, Washington Star; Theodore F.
and economics. Usually they Koop, Vice President of the
have expressed an Interest Columbia
Broadcasting System
in journalism by working on ; OW Riegel, professor
school or communltypapers of journalism at Washingtonand

and In discussions with their. Lee University; and Thomas

advisers. N. Schroth, editor of the
The Center's program Is directed National Journal. Stkkr

by Mr. Duscha and The Washington Journalism
Clarence H. Hunter, Associate Cenger was established In 1965

Director of the Center. by the late W.M. Kiplinger,
The Spring 1970 Fellows are: founder and publisher of The
'Arna A. Bontemps, 24 of Klpllnger Washington Letters
Nashville, Tenn., a library
and Changing Tjmes magazine.
assistant for the Nashville The Center is
supported entirely -
Tennessean; graduate ofFlsk by funds from foundations

University. and other private organizations the
Rosemary F. Crockett, 22 of including: news- Tiger.
Washington, D.C., who works gathering organizations. It
for the District of Columbia
receives no money from government -
Public .
Library, graduate of, ; < '

the University 6f Missouri. The 4E13dlJ.Iror', applica%; ; ,,r t k+w
Richard /X-'H: -iris."<22'cfv' ) tions tot\tft. CenUt's 'p' i1 .1 r ii* i H- 1 .*{ J tOt1 I) :.JEnI

Sacramento, Calla "reporter 1970 fellowships which begin.

for the Sacraroantp September 8, 1970 and con--
Bee, graduate Sacramento tlnues through December 17, -

State College 1970, is April 1,' 1970. Information :
Delphlne G. Hazelton, 2!, of about the Center's .
Charleston, S.C., a graduateof fellowship program may b e l
Talladega (Ala) College .
obtained: by writing The Washington ,' i'
where she worked on the student Journalism Center, 'i'lG .t' :' .-l' .r, .t'

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Rubye K. Hughes, 22, of Washington, D.C. 20037.
Jackson, Miss., where .she
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Timmy Joe Frazier Showdown Off- Ellis Changes Mind For Second Time I

I Hack Florida State U. Gull Vouchers Help Business Raines Vikings Hit Midlsoi Sqtare Gardei Left

c. Coed Named To' Versify 4TWI" Fletcher With 60With Holding The leg

; a final score'of 6-0 the ..
TALLAHASSEE, Dec. 6 --- Miss Andrews who met
Raines strangled Dundee
., c r 'a Vikings slightly NEW YORK:-Jimmy Ellis, the Carden learned that
Freshman Gayle Andrews of Coach Durham in Miami last the Fletcher Senators champion and Joe Frazier, is tinkering with the Idea of
1' Miami Is a petite,brown-eyed year, had cheerleadlng in mind last week In order to maintain champion, will not fight i n pitting Ellis against Gregorlo
-f coed with a pixie smile who when she came to Florida an early lead. Madison Square Garden as Peralta In Uraguay.
i. .coujd\ pass for th3 regular Flo- State. "I carve here with the The one score of the game announced. Dundee insisted, In Miami,
rida State University. cheerleader idea I wanted to be a cheerleader came five minutes after the Ellis has had a change of that Ellis did not quit. He

f.. type. ," she said 4'S'di opening. Michael Slplin re- mind. said Ellis had never signeda
Except for one thing. Miss "I'm really representing the Fletcher's 31-yard line to set They were scheduled earlier contract. He said that the
jj' Andrews lathe first black student and I'm
II basketball players, 4ut up a 31-yard touchdown pass on March 10,1969to meet Garden did not make a good
to be picked for the var- that I '
glad can. from Bernard Stewart to Paul to the Garden. Frailer defended enough offer. Dundee's brother -
ally cheerleading squad. Miss Baker added, "We'rereal Williams on the next play. his title against Jerry Quarry Chris has made an offerof
n She was chosen at tryouts glad to have her, she's Fletcher, though outrunningand Instead Frazier knotted $200,000 or 30 percent of
Tuesday afternoon, December and has done a
well qualified outpassing the,famous Vikings out Another bid was receipts.
Quarry the gate
2 and to work that .
put night real good Job. allowed four fumbles An-.
made to Ellis's manager, The Garden's manager,Har-
leading cheers at the Florida Miss Andrews fells stronglythat and an Interceptlonby Matthew gelo Dundee. Dundee agreed ry Markson, said he had Fraz
*. State-Oregon State basketball people should be Judgedas Sampson to halt two drives of to accept the Garden's offer; ,il's! committment. YankDurham -
game In Tully Gym, people and not on their 30 yards and two others of 40.Fletcher's of $15,000 against 30 percentof Frazler traineradvisor -
Special tryouts were held to "I want to be ,
skin color. considered Ellis
the Tom passedfor the gate receipts.However, was mad about the change.
add black students to just anothercheerlead- 95 yards
k cheering squad for this basketball er.. I want to be acceptedon f fs

'< season at the request o f my own first" ..+ Raines High Achievers
Coach Hugh Durham, The ma- The twinkle in her eye be-
5, jority of the basketball team :rayed her exictement at being
7. members are black. .he: first black coed to Integrate -
'1 Durham suggested the Idea Florida State's cheerleading -'

? to the head cheerleader,Char- squad. Far from beIng -, 'r
g*, lotte Baker of Jacksonville, an attainment of a white, 'Luther Fuller, Jr. (left), Deputy Project Director of the Rumor Control and}tnt rmatlQi Cen- ,,
4 who held special tryouts Instead middle-class goal, she sees ter in Los Angeles, accepts a gift ofvouchersfor gasoline from J.A. Cocbr ne, West Los Angeles -
J? of waitingforthe regular. this as a chance to express 'District Sales Manager for the Western Marketing Region, Gulf Oil Co.-UA, while
X |. tryouts this spring. herself as an individual. Gulf Dealer Frank Starr holes on. The voucherswill help keep the Center's scout vehicles -
;> Miss Andrews Is an experl- She also feels that many of on the move. Countering unfounded and dangerous rumors during\ times ofcrlsisls the
X eneed cheerleader having been the present problems will be 4 job of the Center, which operates out of Los Angeles' south central area. The Center was
&' 'on the squad throughout her solved In time because "Our founded following the Watts-dlstur nces to keep tab on incidents in the ghetto areas of the .
:.';: years at Coral Cables High generation Is a very compas- city and to convey to the public the facts bf what may be occurring...Interested citizens may
<:. School. Even sosheadmltted .sionate generation. Our hates call the Center to obtain the information via recorded messages. boring non-crises periodsthe
& with her grin showing, "I was sad fears were handed down. Center plays\ three minute community service messages. .
jj:., scared stiff'at the first game.

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Tigers Making, HistoryFlorida d

A&M's basketball EW opened with a 32-20 lead
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.,. team lost Monday to Edward and slowed a bit. Fast FAMU
Waters Tigers by a score of .edged up to 32-30.
8377. The Tigers were a- Thomas scored 26 points,
head most of the time, lost 21 in the Orsthalf, leading
their lead, but came booming both teams. Gregory Wells
a back with added vigor. .J i I added 21. McCoggle compli-

FAMU was behind most of mented his team. Students'from William Raines High School are members of the City of Jacksonville sponsored
; the way. The score once was FAMlTs Dave Wright took 19. Junior Achievement company. Shown above are ((1 to r) Beverly Wilson, Lorena McRoy, Carolyn -
.., 77-76. Phil Montgomery put He fouled out, with Alfred Gilbert Sharon White and Linda The
.. ... Coles, Mayor Hans Tanzler, Regina Bell Cityof
the Tigers back on even. TIm- Lawson and Graham,
34 Achievement for than
: Jacksonville is among Junior companies being sponsored more
: othy Clark tapped in a Willie later lathe Cook scored 100 in William
: 500 high school students. Raines has more than students the program. D.
., ar Thomas shot with 1:12 left 15, all In the second half. In the
Reid, executive director, said this is the first government sponsored JA company na
i .and .Edward Waters College. Edward Waters IsSforthe tion. The purpose of the program explained Reid is to teach young people the operations of
was on the way In. season at the moment, out- is salt
business. Known as "Consolidated Splcers", the City sponsored company making
r4 Coach William McCoggle, shot AiM, 50 to 41 cent.
per .
and pepper shakers and Christmas bows. All profits are distributed among company mem-
at FAMU The Rattlers outrebound-
formerly player were .
t. bars -Consolidated. City Public Relations Photo.
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I' Brigham Young University Seeking Black Athletes In Face Of Discrimination n-I

Dean Of Physical Education First Black .fSU Varsity Squad Member Dr. Pail' ,B. Comely Speaks

I Says Scouts Are OR Lookout --
;;; i- Dr. Paul B. Comely, Internationally recognized authority in

PROVO, Utah,Brlgham Young Universtty.'Mormoncltadelof ; eMdt w the field of public health, chairman of Howard University's Department -
d of Health Practice first black
Community doctor
education.located in Provo, has sent out a virtual SCS: call for pre-
Black athletes sident of the American Public Health Association,internationally -
This nationally known school, Saints. More than 95 per known medic, author of more than 81 scientific and popular
with a student enrollment of cent of the membership IB 1'a t,7x, tiJqL't articles, begins this week a contlnulllI series of articles the content -
more than 20,000, has suffer Mormon. Y of which will be pertinent in the area of community action
ed, as have other predominantly A few weeks ago 14 Black for better health care.
white schools, from criti- players were dropped form Dr. Comely holds degrees from the University Michigan,
cisms by blacks as to its alleged the University of Wyoming namely the ',J3achelo of Arts,'the Doctor of Medicine degree
bias.However. football team for participating and the Doctor of Public Health degree He is a professor at

Dr.Milt on F.Hart- demonstratlonap1nst Howard and was, at one time, medical director at rreedman'{
vlgson, dean of physical education Brigham Young As a result, "Hospital. He is a fellow of the American College of Preventive
said,last week that scouts Stanford University in California Medicine. Dr. Comely was awarded the University of Michigan
have been dispatched over the announced that it wouldno ILI Seaqulcentennlal Award on March 3, 1967.

nation and that they will pay longer schedule Brigham +I t We have chosen to call this, the first of the series, "Blacks
particular attention to the recruiting Young. .W and Better Health." Dr. Comely speaks:
of black players. President Ernest Wilkinson There's something very sad and perhaps even fatalistic about
Jhe dean said, "We want issued a statement recently, 1 "I qY I Ii the way black people accept death, and more Importantly,sick
everyone to know our doors which said: "Few, If any ness and health.
are open. We've said it and schools, have tried harderto i' I.f I. Even In the midst of a great social-economic revolution with
we mean it." make minority group and unheard of breakthroughs In Job opportunities, education and
foreign students more wel- f economic advancement, black people still maltalna"what must
Historically, BYU has not hid
come. and we shall continue be, must be" attitude where health is concerned.
a Negro player on the varsity Fb
since 1950 or later. Twowereon to try to bring blacksto b p.W Just out of curiosity I asked some young militants not too long
BYU and I what considered be the most for
the track team No Blacks emphasized, ago they tet Important area
have played varsity football or not Just to exploit them as social change. I wanted to find out, from them, what they
basketball at the Mormon athletes as, unfortunately,has thought was Important. I did and It wasn't health.
school. been done' at some universities -. "I want a good Job, a decent, ;
." place to live and food for
A deal of tie( dissension has 1
President Wilkinson deplored family," was the typical reply ;
arisen from the fact that the
Stanford'/action.Hart- .
Church bars Blacks
Mormon vlgsen said he has been care- I Imagine that good physical
from its priesthood. ful to Inform Blacks of the and mental health had been
One of the requirements for
limited social prospects be-, either taken for granted or
entrance is that students main-
cause of the scarcity of fellow given a place at or near the
the Ideals of the chUrchof
tain blacks In and around bottom of the list. For some
Jesus Christ of Latter Day
,Provo. reason It is generally assumed
that if one has a decent Job, a
roof over his head, and food,
S. Caroline State College _._-_..._--- ..... good health will be automatic -
I TALLAHASSEE, Dec *:--*"** hand haste M6 M's-Flori;; Andrews a petite freshman la ,
da State the first blackcoed to integrate
Gives Savannah C. Blowout shows the head cheerleader Charlotte Baker of Jacksonville Florida State's cheerleading squad. --Florida State University Not sol Some middle class
man Gayle newest member of the varsity squad, fresh.,, Photo by Ken Richards. people I know, both black and
SAVANNAH, Gi.-Quarter- Asmond, who wast the Bull- Andrews of Miami,how to give a Seminole yell Miss white, grossly neglect their t'

back Blrto Benjamin threw dogs' leading rusher with 110 health. ,
two touchdown passes and ran yards in 8 carries, got the A sound and healthy body can
for another score as South ball to the 24. Then Benjamin no more be separated from

'Carolina State College crushed got his second touchdown by Fla. Sports Writers Name Two B cc' As All StatersWI Jobs, housing, and education
Savannah State College,2S- connecting with Sumter. than an astronaut can be propelled '

.7, here recently at Tiger Sta Taylor, 5'10",170,keyed the Into an orbit without, '
dium. defensive secondary by returning 9e rd : .. rp' his spacecraft D R. PAUL B, CORNELY
Benjamin hit halfback Wallace six punts for 96 yards t What good are Jobs If you're too sick to hold them? 'To what
Richardosn wlht a 10-yard and intercepting 2 passes,returning advantage is a splendid new school house if a child's health Is

touchdown pass with 7:511eft them 35 yards In addition sc, t c poor? And, Just how 'Important is a decent home to, an ill man
in the ball and two minutes he made seven unassisted : or woman?
later connected with end Odell tackles. t. I firmly believe that unless black people become actively and
Sumter on a 24-yard scoring The Tigers, who ended their aggressively concerned about health problems all other social
aerial season with their third ,and economic objectives will be Just a dream. Health must be
He climaxed a 72-yard drive straight tiefeat, got on' the made a major priority that ,demands a NOW approach
with a one-yard plunge in tile Scoreboard In the third quarter % To solve these problems we must establish a cooperative effort

4th quarter to put the Bulldogs marching 72 yards in 11 between health professionals and the Inner-city community.
ahead, 21-7. However, plays with Charles Frazier 41e ___ Black doctors must begin to take strong leadership positions In
it was the Bulldog defense scoring from the 'two-yard organizing and bringing about the needed policy changes so
which set up the first two line. that more effective medical services can be offered to all the
touchdowns. They had a golden opportunity people. Black social workers must not contrive to stand for

Tackle Joseph Hudson recovered to score wlthseconds left the indignities forced daily upon"welfare clients. Black men
a Tiger fumble at the in the half,but a strong Bulldog ; and women who go to health clinics and hospitals must be a-
Savannah 26, halfback Sam defense held them fourth1 p/y/{ ware of their rights and privileges; The total communltymust,
Leaphart carried the ball to down at the two begin to recognize and deal withth464'1'ohlemst': ; *;. '
the 21 an Richardson movedit The Bulldogs final touchdown It imperative that in the same fight for Jobs; housing,'ana: education -

to the 17, two plays later score with 46 seconds left in we damand, among other things, that clinics be located I
from the 10 Benjamin pass- the game when freshman where people need them and that they be open during hours
ed to Richardson for the first quarterback Benjamin Sam-, when working mothers and fathers can go without losing valua-
score; uels tossed a 33-yard passto ble time fromwork. >.' _
Defensive back Carlton Tay- Leaphart. We must demand improved health care. And, we must demand -
lor returned a punt 28 yardsto The victory assures the Bull' more health education door to door if necessary.How .
the Savannah 41 to set the dogs of a .500 season. They can It be done? Here's one example:
stage for the second touchdown are 4-3-1 for the season Several years ago a group of residents from the Cardozo area
'In two carries Jesse .I of Washington, D.C., began taking a hard look at some of the
problems of poverty in their community.One .
rL of their chief concerns was that medical services for the
Carson Newman And Per poor were scattered throughout the Washington area In the

I event of Illness a resident might have to visit four separate locations
B HBV- --- to get complete medical treatment.The .
S. Lose_ To Tenn. Big lives Two Bethune-Cookamn College Wildcats were named to the 1969 Marietta, Georgia, Joined the second team defensive linemen. residents decided to take action to buck the system and

NASHVILLETennessee all State College Football Team,chosenby sports writers from Heywood a Junior carried the ball 70 times for 539 yards, make it respond to their health needs. The fight for compre-
State University's basketball shot, gave the'Big Blue a 12- Florida Alfred Heywood, a 190 pound halfback from Gilbert caught 13 passes for 160 yards, scored five touchdowns,kicked hensive health services took about four years "They recruited

team opened its season with a 11 edge, and Martin's magi- High School, Jacksonville,shared the second team backfield with three field goals, 16 extra points and ran a two point conversion support fromlocal doctors, the D.C. Health Department, the
90-81 Carson- clans blistered the nets' for a players from Florida State, Florida University and Miami University totaling 57 points Mack made 73 unassisted tackles and had Public Health Service, the Office fo Economic Opportunity

Newman victory and then over nipped Peru 45-37 halftime lead. Winston Mack, a 6-2, 220 pound middle guard from 101 assists nearby Howard University. They formed an organization and
Big Blue etched their '
called it the Health '
State Community-Croup Foundation
61-55 In Kean's Little
Graden last week. secondwln over the Nebraska- BackfiredLAS As a result of their fight, more than 20,000 residents of the
based Bobcats last Sonny Knockout Antipntion
last Monday night Thursdayon Listen Cardozo area will soon be able to go to one clinic for all their
Coach Ed Martin's Big Blue foul a line 61-55 In on the four final trips 90 to sera the Listen is famous for solid In the eighth round Liston cornered Witch This Clown health needs, Including prenatal care, well-baby care, and immunization -

twine burners shot 42.4 from ends of the VEGAS:- An edition of a left hooks, with 37 years on the the foe and used both .
game Florida daily carried this The Cardozo residents realized that health was priority and
the floor and swept the boards The lead changed hands three frame. hands. Young Martin came
39 to 22 on the efforts of 6'4" times 'and tied twice in the headline: "Liston Seeking Martin, 29, certainly lead the back Liston was bleeding 1&-41-18 did something about it.
Quick KO Today." The objective of this column is to stimulate as well as inform
Ron Dorsey and 6'7" sopho- age lead. He had scored all profusely from mouth and '
opening half of the Peru State
'Another headline of December the about medical and health We stll examine
more, Lloyd "Big Bottom" '. as his last four knockouts in the' nose. 34.14.915 community needs
cliff-hanger which ended Z 7- 6 reads: "Martin Behindon such topics as Medicaid and "The Crisis of the Black Medical
.Neal. all at the whistle. seventh to ninth rounds. Us ton's 14-flght victory has
Dorsey sank the game'sflrstshot Ted All Cards, KOs Liston In The winner :was to get a shot been stopped. He has 13 knock I 1 Professionals"
Hound McClain
( who
) I will also tell about what is done in other communities -
you being
and scored 32 points for had at Jimmy Ellis or Joe Frazier outs. '
mangaged only 10 points Sonny Liston,virtual perennial to solve crucial health problems and the type of action you
scoring honors. Neal accounted In the season's opening Listen, until December, Martin Is a former AAU ; ,
game, announced that he was expecting his can initiate to get better response to the health needs In your
when he
for 30 points and 10 rebounds brought the tense crowd to its was sprawled on champion. This was his fifth 'I ,
to match Do u e 1's feet screaming with a pair of Leotls a fast knockout over stomach by a blow, was No. 3 straight victory. He improvedhis .1 I 4 neighborhood.Seagram's. '
Martin in
a 12-rounder.
board effort whirling-devlsb-type shots Martin was No. 10, according record. I
The Jefferson City Eagles and totaled a game-high of 21 scheduled: for Las Vegas on to Ring Magazine The World According to Dick Saddler, -.s
managed to knot the score at' ,for the evening. *' December 8, Five years ago Boxing Association listed manager for Liston, the old- 27. 14
9-all and 11-allln the first Heavyweight Liston lost to Martin as No. 3 and LIston as timer has no retirement plans. 23 : '

oerlod. Neal. on a charity Cassius Clay. I'. No. 5. Saddler said Liston has no :x,49... 1 14 ,7 Crown-
'lbelatest rat1n&hunotbeen real reason for reUrln&Lis-
made. ton was close-mouth after the Sometimes He's Up, Sometimes : Christmas.
Liston, to the dismay of all, tussle. Beg dawn He Adds,
was the 13-5 winner's choice. In a preliminary bout Olympic .Snbstracts. He works It air
: around... \v' 'a-r /
TONIGHT Martin was 197, piston,216. heavyweight champion .
listen's overall record to December ',George Foreman,214,and Bob 77 i1'65.Coming .
6 was 49-3, Martin's. Hazleton, 189, fought. Fore- ,
305. man scored a first-round Attraction
Now for the story: Leotis Mar technical knockout.' 1.i
tin, rated the underdog,knocked Therewas aUstonknockouttGramblinp H 51 -. II. a 1

Liston former, 13-5 heavyweight touted winner Sonny,out, 'FAMU MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED ?'

OUT, in the ninth round 1.48 ,
minutes of (the round and left Display ProspectsSome S t
him sprawling on tho floor of er, r
the ring schools have prospects. "Man's Days are Number ir

/ Martin was weighing 199. He Some do not, ed. Health and Fortune can
caughttheperennlalUston with Both Grambling and FAMU be.) Yonr's when you know '
right cross to the face- and are loaded with prospects. your Lucky Days.
1 l 111 '' dropped him with a left'hook Grambling has produced :
w Lucky Colors Set.
to the Jaw. Liston went Plop!,. pro players since Eddie Rob- Send $2.00 for, /*
__ oAlq' Hr Pry to the dismay of his fans and inson took over in 1941. Horoscope Guide your for
y of his backers. He remained Coach GaIther FAMUsays,
immobile,for a minute or so "Sometines they have a few DECEMBERFill
after the countdown, to certify more drafted than we have,
the KO.Reporters. and sometimes we have a few .
in the blank below and ;
than them".
give credit to Lis mow mall to ZODIAC, Post '
ton for to the coach the 0r .
having control through According 'Office Box 1171, Jackson-. b f Ski i.
the first six: rounds. But, he school has 12 men who couldbe vffle, Fla. S2201TREET
Just did not have that necessary drafted. PrQlCoutI'areInterested '.
punch. Martin went down In running backs 'IIAME .. vt a .
In the fourth round and stooda Frank Lewis and Willie Armstrong dxww.
(Decanter aid regular bottle gift-packaged at no extra charge)
mandatory .
eight counts. He ; _
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Installation the worlds franchise operation, and the In charge of the O Germany
Jackson first retractable food and bev home recreational areas team that solved the |
.rag bar facilitating dual use Briefly here is bow the retractable design problems, Kansa predicts
of valuable recreation apace unit 'works at the that units. incorporatingthe
With Rey. AbernathYCONTINUED has just been completed at the Florida installation Located 'Retro Bar" ideas may
new. Holiday. Inn In Lauderdale adjacent to the pool the bar soon find application in the
bythe aea. Florida lies practically Bush with the field of banking Instead of
fROM PACE 1 Named 'Retro Bar" by its' pool deck area (top photo) building stationary remote
Inventor, Willard H. Demarals when in a retracted posl lon. tellers' stations to provide
After 14 weeks A&P
signed of Detroit the unit may find The unit is raised by means of drive-in service, banks could
,an agreement with Operation wide application In motels, dual.hydraulic pistons, with apply the food bar Idea to
Breadbasket that provides for country clubs, and other cen. 'a combined capacity: of six provide complete security dur
the hiring of hundreds black '? + L'r t """aw ,ri 41 ten for food and beverages tons: It takes only two min.utel ing non.banking hour, u well
employees and requires store* i a Recently O Germany, Inc., for the bar to reach a u to minimize deterioration.
in black neighborhoods to use a Detroit architectural firm, completely elevated position Such arrangement would
black Janitorial, erterrajna- was commissioned by Demar- "The cost to construct retractable permit the accommodation of
rush hour volume, since additional -
I tlon and garbage-eolle tlon ....' company Retracting Bar units of this type ia tellers' windows could
services; to give prominent Corp, to produce working not as high as one would expect
drawings and aid ,In design ," Kansa commented. "We )e raised out of the ground
shelf display to black contr ci -
refinements' for the structure have found it to be roughly or service when needed, and
i ducts such as Mumbo Barbecue According to Manuel Kansa, equivalent to the cost of a con werd during otr.t.oun.
I Sauce and Joe Louis Milk; Vice President in charge of ventional food bar In sddl Other possible applications
to use black media to adver- Engineering for 0.. Germany, tlon to other advantages of Kansa said, include food services -
tise; to hire a black public r o the "Retro Bar" has several the unit, however we have at beaches and resort
relations firm; to invest In-, '' features' that Indicate ready application designed it so u to permit areas allowing management to>
black banks to create"sensi P7L in several fields, In. maximum off site construc assign labor only at hours
eluding banking, seasonal food tion." needed and providing complete '
tivity seminars"for A4 P executives security when retracted.
to attune Ciem to the ,; P
racial situation, and, finally, 4f

with to hold Operation a monthly Breadbasket meeting Fans!

ensure compliance. Look! Dog Racing

,. Altogether, after three years
'of operation Pekkanen reports
Operation Breadbasket has ob- ..
tined more that 4,000 ,jobs
directly and an estimated 10, OFFICIAL
000 by Indirect influence, and
'has brought black businessmen 3
.good markets for their .
As a result, he writes,Jack-
son has Emerged as a strong
leader within the Southern
Christian Leadership Confer-
ence, and the subject of rumors -
Internecine Intrigues
"There were reasons for the PROGRAMSace

';um rs,/'.PekkanelU' Ports
In LIFE, "the strongest being
;clespil 'all the ;The Shlndana Toy Factory, Los Angeles, Calif., celebrated Its Bootstrap,the black community training and economic development
disclaimers and denials,real- first anniversary with the announcement that sales will reach organization headquartered Los Anreles' black community NOW ON
ly doesn't respect Abernathy's the $1,000,000 mark within the next six months. A year ago Bob Hall, co-director of Operation Bootstrap, said,
leadership (Jackson gave Shlndana started production; of a black-doll called Baby Nancy.' "Our Jiatlonal distribution Is very good Baby Nancys' can be
Abernathy this backhanded Within one year/over 130.000 Baby Nancy Dolls have been ,sold, bought! In every state and at all major department stores." AT
compliment: 'Ralph says all to white and black children across the country. Shlndana is now "The consumer demand for black dolls In foreign countries SALE :
the right things. So what If manufacturing a soft body doll named Dee Bee and Is planning to has been so great that Shlndana will'start exporting Baby Nan'
be doesn't say them well')" Introduce three new black dolls by the end of 1970. Among them cy and Dee Bee dolls to Europe,New Zealand, Australia, and
And, Pekkanen continues: Is the Malaalka doll((5 wahlli for"angel")with Afro features and Japan," said Hall. He stated, "Shlndana success story is the
I"" "The fact Is that, since the accessories. The Shlndana factory Is a division of Operation? result of a community effort--both blackand white"
1965 Selma march, SCLC has FLORIDA STAR 13th I Mncriif'; BIX'IE PHARMACY Kiifs Id.ANntli

not other scored then Breadbasket a major success, and ; MOTLEY'S BlOC 45th I Miicriif; LILLT's PIARMACTRiiis

this raises the question of who theology student, Jesse Jack- "King appealed to white guilt" JU .'1.II Gines !.. ft Spins; REYNO. PIARNACY- Ashley t Rails; AYE.. I
needs whom more. Should the son,' who has been emerging and white good IDtentionlPekkanen ,
:., two organizations go theirse- rapidly with the SCLC as a writes. "Jackson CROC ATI. I ft ,D Struts; Walhir's 6RIC., 931 .. Muni St.;
,. parate ways,'Jackson would be strong new voice for militant appeals to black pride and the Dec. 18, Georgetown University March 2, University of Miami RIRA.IT Niicritf' t
hurt little The chances are, but non-violent, blacks. black's desire for real piece Swisher Gyms; 22, Harvard away. Broadcasts: will be Fla. An. Mar lassie St.;' HOC. '

however, that he will stay with Jackson was chosen by Mar- of the action! King was a University, Coliseum; of over WMBR, 1460 Jackson' Ilk I Davis DAVIS SOND. Oth t Rails St. Aid. COCKY'S !951Cliaiilai.
is -
26 ville. Pepsi-Cola sponsoring
SCLC--his loyalty to-Martln tin Luther King as national moralist whose confrontations Dec. ,Evansville Invitation-
', Luther King is stronger than director of Operation Bread- always became moral questions al.Jan. the broadcasts. .! R..
:, his lack of enthusiasm for basket, an organization h e Jackson is partly that, 2, University of Hawaii,
Abernathy." ,started in Chicago to use black but basically he Is an economic away; 5, University of Rich- -
5 Does Ralph Abernathy face a economic power to achieve;. manipulator and a polltlcaln mond, Coliseum 10,University ,
.'challenge for leadership me black economic gains It now --a far more astute politician of Miami, Coliseum 16, University -
Southern CbristiaaLeaderahip operates In some fifteen cities. than King was.", of the Virgin Islands,
t Conference? Life's John Pekkanen writes Pekkanen describes Jackson Coliseum 27; Florida State
LIFE magazine reports this,,, that, Jackson is oftencompared as "both a man of God and a University, away, 30; St.PeA
'week on a 2S-year-oldformer1!l L: to King. shrewd, even arrogant, political .' College, Coliseum.I 1 Give did
Feb 2 Ions
infighter College,Swisher, Taylor
t I His biggest victory, accordIng 5; East Carolina University, 1
..... to Pekkanen, was last year away 6; University of Rich- I
against A&P in Chicago. The mond, away 13,Oklahoma City
OUR BEAUTIFUL company bad pledged in 1967 University, away 14, Loyola 1
1 to hire 770 blacks,but Operation University, away 18; Florida '

HOLIDAY DECANTERS i were Breadbasket not complying.found The they call Oklahoma State University.City Collseum,24 University,; for all it's worth.

went out for a boycott--and Coliseum; 26, Georgia: insti- :
&,. GIFT WRAPS ARE spread rapidly from the 40 tute of Technology, away, 28,
stores In black areas to 60 University the Virgin Is-

ALL READY TO GIVE! more In white areas.TOOTHACHE. lands, away. #

It's smart to shop itH.F
When you give Bourbon why not give Old Old ylor I a t OF
\ WE NEW MEDICAL AID CLASS ,Taylor, the top-selling, premium-priced Bourbon in si ed origi 1, Aro er TOPMOSTCLASS
America. We can prove it's worth the extra money. St the C el t '
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MUSIC-CHILDREN AND t i wrapped at' no,extra tost.We've .

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