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 20, 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.​
Resource Identifier:
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34175599 ( OCLC )
AKR0018 ( NOTIS )
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I' U! Equal Rights' of outstanding athletes who will discuss the role of the Black athlete in today's social revolu Panthers said to be feared

,I'ti.ofIt: tion. Above are seen form left, Arthur Ashe, Jackie Robinson Bill Russell Harry Edwards by many whites are Lkewlseup

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WASHINGTON. Decem- WASHINGTON a Black pathetic by,'friends of the
ber 12, 1969, President Richard Record As Jaxon man becomes a member of a members and officers that

Nixon, to the dismay of mostly-white; area in which Court Riles there might be a subtle plan
many Americans urged tbe there are located a commn-, GPmWants to extermination of
Supreme Court to permit 250 Johnson Clarkson Q is the youngest and newest member of the al recreation center, a swimming ] leading the outspoken
school systems in the Deep Bold New City's Common Council chosen appointed to serve pool and other faculties IH Interest y .a Among the foremost group whitesto
South to hold up full integration until pending charges against Oscar Taylor have been dismissedor for the comfort of the residents : enter and express his deep
until the fall of 1970. until the 1971 election ed St. Pius Catholic School he is not to be subJected -, Of Happiness rRaciarpattiffl* est concern is former Ambassador
Secretary of Welfare Robert Clarkson will, as has Mr. I and was a Boy Scout with to humiliation and etn- and Supreme Cpurt

Finch told senators last week Taylor, represent District 7, ;his other brothers accordIng barassment by prejudicedwhites LANSING Mich-: A court Justice the eminent ArthurJ.
that asub-commlttee-approv- a largely populated black area to his mother Mrs.Clark. who enjoy flaunting the dispute over the permanent Used Elsewl Goldberg Mr. Goldberg
ed amendment to the integration including some of the most son. He is a former school law because of color. awarding of a black child born V 7 and Roy Wilkins the latter
law would cripple govern- outstanding examples of Impoverishment teacher. At this time he is That is the gist of a 5-3 decision to the white ex-wife of aLW1nc
ment efforts and lead to wide a computer technician with handed down by the white man was settled .
The new councilman,24 years Shield Miss. ..Tbe Sovereign kind of "Judicial tyranny"Governor
tesegregatlon in the South. the Blue Cross-Blue Nine Justices on December. here last week when the JACKSON :
Mr. Finch wrote the 24 members old, is a Black man. He is a Insurance Company. 16. Michigan Court of Appeals State of Mississippi, Williams said that
of the Appropriations Jason a min, quiet in de- President Unahan expressred Rather discouraging is the .ruled that Mr. and Mrs.Frank which seems to insist on renaming his state has a right to file
Committee that"Recalcitrant meanor but with strong lead the feeling that Mr. Clark. fact that the new Chief Justice Damaschke were to take out of the union,will suits
,? >K school.dlstrleta-would be encouraged ership qualities. : son, because of his age will, of the Supreme Court, Justice Charge 'of little Scott Damas ;trough! its chief executive the The state of Mississippi has
l td.harden'theti. positions Following a lengthy search, be 'able to help with young Warren. E. Burger, voting against -. chke as his future and legally Honorable John Bell Williams suffered "educational head i
and i districts ,which with many to be consideredand people. Clarkson denied the the other five and followed adopted parents. governor attempt to make the aches" since the united State.
hare complied with the law one to be chosen, the existence of a generation gap. by two others, said that Circuit Judge Halford Stutter rest of the nation tow the Supreme Court ordered immediate 4r
would be tempted to go back on committee; headed by Coun- He saw It c xi mattter of "The Court was being unwiseto ruled earlier that Da line on school segregation desegregation not desegregation -
their commitments." The cllwoman Mary 1.. Singleton ommunicatlon only. He spoke inject new legal life Into maschke was not the physical Governor Williams governor at "all deliberate
Senate planned an amendmentlast recommended Mr. Clarksoi of the need. of doing some the 1866 statute which it re- parent of the child and therefore of the state which was speed
Friday much like the one m as the unanimous choice thing. uncovered and revitalized could not claim it as his forced to agree to the enroll Within two monthssaidGovernor
proposed by Senator Whitten of the committee. District 7 is populated by when making this decision. own. ment and graduation of James Williams the state will .. .
of Mississippi a: Democrat.On Therefore he was sworn in some 12,000 Blacks Seven The decision results from an The three-year-older has Meredith has announced his be faced with the most serious ROY WILKINS
Saturday December 13, on December 12 by Circuit thousand are registered. appeal by a black physician, 'been with' the white couple strategy. He has told, a con crisis in all history. Only recently Executive Secretary of the
the United States Supreme Court Judge Martin and wel- Many of the city's militant Dr. T, R. Freeman, Jr., a since he was an infant. ference of newsmen that a news appeared to the effect NAACP, aggressive rights organization
Court by a majority vote ordered ,.comed officially by Council Blacks live there. member of the United States The Appeals Court opined task force of lawyers will that that white mothers announced Tuesday
President John Lanahanandb)' Clark- all were resorting to birth control the forming of an unofficial
Complete Student Integration As to militancy, Mr. Department Agriculture..He "The best interest of the child file suits that will put
by February 1, 1970. "other council members. ItO said, "You can be militant leased a beautiful home from is our main concern. We states under the same "racial pills in order that no new commisssln "to investigate .
The Court thus, overturneda 'The new city lawmaker Is Just by speaking up." Paul E.Sullivan, Defense Department find that the trial Judge clearly pattern" as the state of Miss. white children would be born allegations of a national
decision by the United States the son of Mrs. Sarah Clark- He said he will speak up if Intelligence Specialist erred in Governor Williams has utter to Suffer the embarassmentof extermination plot a-
denying permanent
court of Appeals for the-Fltth son. Said Mrs Clarkson, he feels he is right. .He referred Under terms of the custody to Damaschke." ed dark warnings as to what attendance, on an equal basis, gainst the Black Panthers"
Circuit Court on December 2, "Cm proud of all my sons." to militancy as a word lease Dr. Freeman's family The former wife gave birth will happen If Mississippi's Inscbools with black children. Mr. Wilkins in statement
giving the schools until the His youngest brother Gerald of varying values.Councilman received Sullivan's share in 'to the child while a patient rockbound system of school. He emphasized Mississippi to the said "If the
fall of 1970 for complete com.Illla 'was killed In service with the Clarkson attained the Little Hunting Park,Inc., In a state mental hospital. ing 'broken down. ,He has is being made the scapegoat. Panters press are at, fault,, our in-
Alabama Marines In Vietnam. His the rank of sergeant In the said "It is firm belief .
ce. Counties in Fairfax County Va. According to officials there my verstlgatlon will bring it out.
Georgia and Mississippi! were other brother, Ronald, is now Air Force. He received the The Park Is a non-profit the father must have been that if these same conditions Governor Williams called the
at fault the
If the police are ,
ordered to Implement without in Alaska with the United National Defense Good Con- corporation. It operates a black. were applied (racial guide-' directive of October 29, 1969, Investigation 'will bring it
regard to plan. In all cases States Army.Councilman. duct and Vietnam Service awimmlng pool and a park The man and v }men had liness) uniformly throughoutthe "autocratic arbitarary, vindictive out."
southern counties have been Clarkson attend- Medals. He is a scoutmasteris for the community outside been divorced five months at country the public attitude and punitive., He Mr. Goldberg former ambassador
told to get busy Nowl. engaged and looks forwardto Washington. Dr.Freeman was the time of the !tth. However, would shift." claimed that Mississippi was to the United Nations,
tInder the directive of December Children With serving Bold New Jackson- refused use of the facilitiesby when the white man went to The chief executive that that denied due process of law. said that he hoped for full '
12 seventeen Florid ville. members of the board, allegedly court he contended, under a congressman would be forced Finally Governor Williams cooperation from the Panthers
counties which are suspectedof Matches' Cause because be is a black state law, that be was the le- to consider in the light of charged that the courts have and law enforcement
dragging their feet, maybe Promoted man. The board members gal father because the birth pressure that would be put on proceeded to "Make chattle agencies The commission,
forced to get on the band- later expelled Sullivan. them. of our teacher and guinea
came within nine months of
Fire at the moment hat no government
wagon. Floyd Christian, edu- Of Apt. Both Dr. Freeman and Mr. the divorce. In the meantime .Calling recent .directives a pigs of our children. status. Mr. Goldberg

cation commissioner said the Sullivan sued fpr damages he had remarried. promised an "orderly,
order might affect a few, Firemen blamed children Dr. Freeman requested a Damaschke was rebuffed at ,dispassionate, inquiry."
According to Dan Cunningham a fire that damaged an apartment court order giving him rights first. The prosecuting attorney Powell's Downfall Forecast ly The fatal shooting occurred
director of technical assistance at 2115 Lewis Street of membership in the biased contended that the child in Chicago In a "raid" by the
programs in Florida Wednesday. ,area. should be placed In the custody police Three Panthers were
17 Florida counties might tie The opinion Is that the'children Justice William O.Douglass,. of the probate court. It Hack For .I. U. Students wounded in Los Angeles in a
affected namely: Alacbua were playing with match. writing the major opinion,said was then that Judge Stretter gun battle four days later.
Bay, Brevard Columbia; es. The downstairs apartment in brief, that Little Hunting ruled against the distraught NEW YORK-.Fordham University students .black students
Dade Duval Escambla,Hills occupied by Helen Collins Park Is not a private club Damaschke who, along with said recently that the Adam Clayton Powell dynasty is on its CONTINUED ON PAGE 12
borough, Indian River Lee, and her children in since it issues members to his
was wife, was anxiously awaiting way out. His legend will disappear into history, and he will
i Leon, Manatee,Orange Plnel- flames. Flames went up the any; nearby residents. This permission!, to adapt become a non-entity in the'memory of many Americans.
las, Polk Sarasota and Volus- wall of the front room decision nullified the earlier the little boy. A new bearing The Impeccable solon spoke Las Yogis
la. He complained that midyear Damage was estimated at ruling of the Fairfax Circuit resulted in refusal. before a large group Ford- pointedly asked "Congressman .
changes art bud nsnme! $1,500 to the building and Court. The five Justices also'said Earlier in the sumner D a. ham students Before
recently. Powell what
CONTINUED that could bt
$400.00 the contents. damages maschke beard testimony from
he had finished his address doing now? My question is Scene .Of
Black Lawyer Enters sought. a white social worker that many black .students not what ,you did ten years
GJEO Schedules Herbert above Voting against the directive r.movalfrom his home would '
fajors, prominent left the lecture area. Powell ago?".
GOY Race In GaATLANTA. civil rights worker were Justice Harlan, Justice affect the child. A black social
/ was told by some to The answer came in the form Rice Fuss
New Meeting'On and Instructor la black studies Burger and Justice White. worker was of the opposite "snip or shape." This was 'of a witticism: "No one can
: -For the first Justice Thurgood Marshall opinion.
in the Stoughton and Arlington interpreted by David Taylor,
time In the of voted with the do anything constructive with
history Georgia ProblemsThe Mass. school majority. Nevertheless on November
systems a sophomore at the' school,
a Black will enter the race has been promoted to This is the first dissenting 12, the Appeals Court ruled, to mean that the congressman the Nixon administration and LOS ,VEGAS.A.Samm,
for governor, It post now held antipovety of director of Raytheon Com vote on civil'. rights by Nixon's primarily on the advice of a must. "shape up as a ,its. un-holy alliance." Davis ; Jr. concert-dance in
program *
by avowedsegregationtstLea. the GJEO was due for an overhauling pany's Training Center at appointee, c h 1 e ttJUSIc.! white social worker, that the more dignified congressmanand Congressman Powell was the Las Vegas Sunday .wound up
ter Maddox. guest of the Fordham University with an eruption on the part
Waltham. He had been. assistant Burger., child "would suffer Irreparable minister out"
Thursday night. It or ship
of Blacks and a visit local
Aspiring to the office Is Attorney damage"1Iremovedtromth.1r Law School and other by
was announced that a public director sine Februaryof Taylor further said ties Powell .
Ga. Attorney C.B. King King of who Albany has, discussion would be featured. 1968, when the center was Legislature Faced- home.. must serve full time as a representative campus welcomed colleges to th..head-He This ,is the first outbreak

a strong following a graduate -. Dr.On W.W.the agenda Schell, according board chairman to- founded underemployed to train unemployedand men and With Many Problem Robert' Hatcher Dies Black students or Fordham quarters of Molimo, the Black tion.since the October' confronta.
of the law school of
various needs of the women from the Boston area ,the Florida Legislature wilf.; are refusing to accept the' Student organization at Ford- Police gathered< in a near-
Western University, anti-poverty program wouldbe for skilled and semi-skilled saying, "Adam can do. no ham. _
face a number of perplexing in Vietnam Accident by parking lot'and at onetime
In Cleveland and has practiced
Jobs at Raytheon. He attended A black student felt that if
considered. He said be WOlleIdany objected ,to
A first problem
problems. called for masts At
law in Albany for 13
years. Powell his influence he
said be Intends would appreciate suggestions Plymouth Teachers College is money. Other problems A'former student of Stanton Us appearance .on the cam uses least one gunshot was heard
The attorney for improvement. He men- St. Augustine College,'San relate to Insurance reform, Vocational and Eugene But- pus. can help them. No one was 1nJ1 'td.- )
to campaign for statewide, tioned plans for incorporation Francisco State College the let Schools The legislator spoke for a- "I appreciate what Mr. Powell :
Re has not 'c0Dl1llD.r'protut1Dr, drag Robert 1.. Hate In another area of the country -
support. and said that suggestions University. of California dnd her 19 of bout halt an hour on BlackPow.r. did in past years," said
to what abase, conservation and pollution son and Mrs.WlUie namely ,in l I Philadelphia
announced party
as must be in the boaEQ'shaods by Harvard. Ha Is, i member'of ,. He later listened to a speech major. "Politics
label. Rep Joe Lang KM- Jackson Sr., 784Church ,some SO black students gathered -
be shall choosfbr.b1a .the NAACP and of tilt a game be knows and can play
and answered He
Saturday. questions
,Funding priorities, ,shaw,' DrUiaml, considers street, was killed December on the campus and burn
He did say, however perhaps wen also announced as part\ Fellows' Atbeneum of !rUnetOIl. I when his avoidedanswering 'direct well.t He was great in his
transportation a' prime pro- vehicle ed two.PtDDIInn1a.
alluding, that to the"Officers present Incumbent of the of the meeting., ,, .,. ... _..." blem. Last. week the lawmaker la Vietnam, overturned while .questions such as,,Why aren't era,.however" .Adam'- Era isover University ,01.c1aJl.
state government should seek Other matters concern health. I said, "We got a place be was on a mulitary mission. you serving foil time? .. -
to serve tbe gr'estestlambef centers, business enterprises, r la Cape Canaveral trying to Spec Hatcher entered the Citing his recordas an answer They were protesting cutbacks
of governed.". He said that 'means of prevention of alcoholism -;I send people: to the moon but Army In July of 1968. He to their questions, the congressman la a proposed recruitment
he mew Politics" Is for afl and drug- addition, and tre cant... more. them tc had been la. Vietnam since. attempted to maintain -, rAM i ; program: of black Uga .

,and that attiludM ire changinc rehsblHtlon., .- ,maa." .,'II February, Us own. One student .' school ......,

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EIITII shortage has reached crisis proportions.Most .
white doctors set up their practices outside the ghetto
HILDA VOOTEN..CIRCIIATIIN.. MANACEI 'TH&ISSURETOBE and there aren't enough black doctors to serve the millions
ERCEMEDINTH r44 of people in the ghettos of our.cities.. And the situation I.

GHETTO AS ONE MORE r worse Only about in rural 2 percent areas. of the nation doctors are black, and

AODIESS WW Of MAKING SECOND- -p that figure isn't likely to change in the coming years. About
HAILING CLASS CITIZENS OF 36.000 students are enrolled in medical schools, and less than
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criteria have to be revised. '
Legitimate Black Demands Black students have to b tI :

WILL PREVENTATIVE DETENTION BECOME CLASS LEGISLATION I In educated the medical to consider profession careers, :

Black and white people are like partners in a marriage that and the medical schools and
is about to break up. The partner is saying, "You have brutalized professional organizations WHITNEY M. YOUNG, JR.
me and degraded me. I believe we bad better separate and have to be educated to their
take a good long look at thlsmarrlaee. ,because I didn't entent -7-- responsibility for Increasing the opportunities -- through S
willingly anyway." .: ., : special recruitment and training programs available to
But the white partner Is reluctant to separate business because black students. .
community property is involved (e.g. America's land It's especially Important to Interest high school students in
and :wealth) In this forced marriage, and be fears having to YOUR WEEKLY' medical careers .- and high school guidance counsellors who
share that property. The white partner is also reluctant to do so often steer black students away from medicine or from
what is necessary to have a humanistic marriage and ain effect other professions, have to beeducatedto the new opportunities
saying to the black partner, "Forget the past and live with available to black students and to the need to motivate youngsters
me even though won't make the necessary changes to make the to aspire to the top. I'
marriage work" HOROSCOPE GUIDE' Such an educational Job is part of the purpose of a conference .)
Those demands which come from the various segments of the called by the BlackScience Students Organization of New York's ,
black community are the only legitimate ones that white America : City College for the weekend of December 19. It's an example 1 1'of

needs to consider u it seeks solutions to problems which are the constructive work being done by so many concerned black
truly black peoples' problems, l.e., poverty and survival as an : IY PABLO THE ASTROLOGER 1 ':" students and their organizations.
ethnic group. : It's vitally important that governments and medical schools .'v
White racism is not a black problem, thus white Americansmust expand the numbers of black medical students. One way of '
spent their time In the white'ghettos humanizing white '1' ,t,.'. course, is to admit more blacks and provide the financial assistance
racists rather than attempting to "leptlll le" black peoples' \ WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS \' that will enable poor young men and women to carryon .-
righteous demands. Too often, whites attempt to apply dlvfde- their educations. _
and-conquer tactics to the various segments of the black com- FOR BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL ? Another way would be to open up professional opportunities an effort to maintain the status quo, and thereby legitimize for men who have served in medical units in the armed forces.
their white perspective to the many problems confronting Thousands of young men who never saw the Inside of college '1
blacks. nave been performing medical work under combat conditions. .
In JU1.optnlOIJome; \ ,p{black separatism is not only partof -' .,..." ... : Special programs to bring them Into the m (profession aftvtt .

the solution, but it is in many cases the only solution-especially :,hI, 4" l..tJ' "C J ,', I" l -':_. r!: .,..Ctt I' jI:'>,4w I _; they leave the army should be set up., ,j '? > ",
with regard to decision making power as it affects the I. Increasing the numbers oiblactdoctor'andmedica1menwon'f;

dally lives of black people living In the ghettos., When we speakof .... '" 4, LIBRABORN CAPRICORN automatically solve the health problems in the ghetto, but 11 1 S
black separatism, we're not talking about havtngsuch things ARIES nlCEI would go far in improving the way health services are delivered
as parallel highway systems. We'll still use the highways and to the poor.
public facilities paid for by our "first-class taxes" What IIIN MAICN27tk IOU JUNE: SEPT. BOM DEC. We now have a dual system of health care. The well-off can
we're talking about Is a separation from the white racist so- afford to buy good medical treatment. They get regular check
ciety, which dehumanizes our youngsters Many "Negroes"have Inll.un. I llii JULY 22id 23rd OCT. 23rdAll 22id JAN. 1911 ups and get proper care when 111. '...
been programmed by the racist society to .mess'up, But the poor must travel for miles to the nearest clinic
therefore we must have them separate Into blackness in orderto where they spend hours waiting on hard benches for treatment. .;
dehumanize their minds. Expect many Intrusion upoa You should take 'for grantedthe the familiar places take The care they get is relatively casual and almost always aimed
I would advise every white (and white-thinking) American to your work schedule; it may minor irritations encountered on a new look of gaiety and Wishful thinking won't put at curing, rather than preventing, disease.
read Robert S. Browne's "The Case for Black Separatism"before take a lot of self-discipline to as you try to get about warmth that is one of the more cash Into the old sock Recruiting more black doctors or more doctors from poor
condemning our method of solving our problems. With hoW to the task in band despite to accomplish the myriad errands plus values of this' special than you've managed to accumulate families will go a long way towards reforming this system of
his permission I used it to set humanistic tone for my book so be realistic and neglect. A medical of concerned
a natural pressures of the that keep you on the run. season. It's fun to offer some corps professionals is needed
"The Black Curriculum:Developing A Program Afro-Ameri of me holiday season. You When everyone else seems tot original ideas for decoration, pare down your gift list to to help bring better services to neighborhoods through
can Studies. would also advise every white person,to read ray. credit to pretty good bat **n have the same idea, it's not neighborhood activities, andwaysol'spreadingthe keep things In balance. You'll health clinics and outreach programs, and through a more
article,"Seven:Proposals for Black Directed Change" in the let It tempt you to get in over easy to maintain the seasonal spirit of find you popularity by humanistic approach to the health needs of millions of citizens.
Spring 1969 issue of College Board Review. yew head la the urge to beparks spirit of good will as you're good will Into corners where being modest and sincere,
This article was prepared by Sidney F. Walton, Jr., principal -. to tfaoM on your pushed from pillar to post. Santa Claus doesn't often travel leaving the glamor play, to What Are The States Doing?
of the Martin Luther King School of Sausallto, California.It Ortrtna_ Ust. To stay out Avoid a hassle with the current Expect occasional misunderstanding others. Discount gossip designed .
is one of several articles by blacks appearing in Today's WM _DM woaders for (to heart throb over money but keep on to foment suspicion; The American Assembly of Columbia University which met
Education, an NEA Journal, In the 'lssueof October 1969. .mania.. mldmonth. trying. friends deserve trust. from October 30 to November 2 In Arden House, Harriman,

New York, released an Informative and
From Studio To Sound StageBy S-M-14-M-M-SU 5-50-17-55-98-111 1-40-13-99-23-114'BS bearing the title "The States and the Urban Crisis." Parts _
of the release will be printed from time to time. We have .

Walter BurrellOnce chosen?" as the title for this portion "What are the States Doing \

a while there comes along areal rags-to-rlches success : *********** ,
story and Maurice Duane Warfield's (he prefers to use THUS LEi' SCORPIO '
his full name) is one of those. 1111.arlll America is in the midst of an urban crisis demonstrating the

A few short weeks ago Maurice was mallboy in the Imposing, lOIN HIT BORN OCT. 'BUN IAN inadequacy and Incompetence of basis public policies,programs

Corporation( Mil .. MAY 2ft t 2Jri Alfi. 22ii and Institutions and presenting a u.'sls: of confidence.;
2811, FEI. These failures affect
) 24tl, NOV': 22il 11th evel'1 public service-education,housing,
minding Hollywood firms as Universal Pictures Universal welfare, health and hospitals, transportation, pollution control,
Television, Decca Records and a'host of other companies. .the administration of criminal Justice, and a hose of others-- '

Today.Maurice is a legitimate film :actor with two impressive YoVn lICIt the OIly ore whoM Good Intentions won't always %XWr deterioration In the quality of life. Although
credits, "Mod Squad" and "Ironside," in his resume.In ad- < to stead hours jocfUaff\ The promise of good times Insure that friends under- You don't come off too well the large cities that detedoratlol Spreads to
dition, he Is a top contender for the lead role In a new series, Jcww: ''Md'wonderiag' how and gay doings makes this.a stand the motives your behind your If you follow the crowd and ,suburbia, BStffbeyond'Fmtratlon rises as govern-
"Barefoot happy time with 'ment tails
In The Park. some of your fall for the selling devices so
far y. aavlics are likely .actions. Expect some Jealousy '
The Jump from movie'studio mailboy( Is more adventurous cronies always The gap between city and
'10 to actor almost always .N stntck ilea you match when the price tag of a cleverly aimed at your pocket- suburb Increases with the continuing -
an Improbable, If not impossible, one. Just how it all what yo caa command with ready with new ideas proffered gift Is measured against book. You've your own idea redistribution of population and economic activity. Even
came about is still dazzling young Warfield, 'MM allurements of' holidaywMtvs. for fun and games. Not all what have given of how to celebrate the coming within suburbia are pockets of poverty and decline. Suburban ,
"Fd been 'called in before casting director Joel Rich for a Xesolve to be seas of them sit well with the folks to'others.. you Make up your holiday and It makes a 1 lot crime rates! and welfare case loads, although below city rates, "'
part," Warfield recalls, "but he thought I was too old for that : sad _".. YOU'D fla* at home, especially when to mind you can't please everyone more sense than the spending are growing rap1d1y. City and Suburban dwellers also share
one. He told me that 11 anyth1ngdld come up ap1n, rd have the. ywfv tat ao frl..... ladled participate begins to cost more and use your own judge- sprees going on all about you. ,traffic jams, polllltion of air and rivers, aDd anxiety over the
opportunity to try out for U, money than you should be 'It quality and'cost of
does harm pacific education
your no and health
chalk From care,
CM a* a gala la pc wlartty ment. mldmonth bland
\ "So, sure enough, theother day he called and said was a U quarters where real spending 'on pure frivolity. good humor is ample defense when you dare to be different; As report follows report, u program follows program, as
role open for a Black, green or white person It really didn't regard tot* matter. Pitch In with home chores to against barbs from any wins respect at home. and a- tu hike follows tu bike, the citizen becomes every day more
matter which -- and I could audition if I cared to.- Ha gave ee a Improve the climate quarter. broad douWul about the ability of his institutions to respond-and %
.copy of the script and I read it on my lunch hour, rehearsed fora Indeed to govern at au. The political atmosphere less
while, then came back and read. t90lSSSMIMifiiii 2-20-14-66-49-709 6-t: -18-14.81-434 3-30-18-77-45-798 tolerant. Confidence dec11nes. Some leaders<1 become grows shrill
"It was the role of t pa; station:attendant lea segment of'Ironetde'.who and frightened. Somebody must be to blame but who? The .
has to substatlate an alibi for one of the stars, black, the blue worker, the ""-satisfied suburbanite, .
Don Galloway The character I play Is the only person to SM the college student? Many allege local government to be ham ,
Galloway come into the station and buy gas, but be tries to con .' 1 strung, the federal government 1D retreat the state -
some money out of Galloway before agreeing to collaboratethe : In default. _
story III 'MAY ABC.' PISCES11RN' Why baven't states done more? What would possible
make It
"Finally, Don Mitchell comes over, pushes me up against a h BORN NOV. FEB. for them to Iu1fW their responslbWtles.-responslb1l1t1es wblcb _,
wall and threatens to' get next to me unless I quit the B.S. and : are critical to the solution
21st LINE ,21st(. 23r. our urban
tell the SEPT lid '2311 IEC. Utl$ MAR. of constitutional problems? Removal
people what they want to know. It's a good part. It ( 21st -. 2lt restrictions, awakening of -
gives me a chance to act out several different emotions and .. restructurq 01 state and local political responslveDess and
show.that I really can act. The 1aY1IaUoM. tad COM For one usually sensible and changes 1D the federal-stata-Iocal fiscal government,
A good part. But making the delicate transition from mailroom' first t weeks the principal system. are among
yen way app actical, you're easily swayed This Is one time when you recommendations '
to soundstage wasn't an easy one. creed' ywr calendar. Frantic by the pressures! for extravagance Not everything you do meets find that old friends are best However, In Calling for the exercise of a lull of site
"Being In the studio mailroom didn't help at all," says the actfrUy ems wear you town,so. on every side. It's with the approval of the powers and the closer ties you can authority and responsibility 1D the field cf:urtan range'af ,1rS, , "In t.act.U hindered my chances of becoming key to a pact you cu handle. Just u well that Christmas that be, but charge it to forge with relatives and neighbors three signlflcar# limitations upon the states recori .
an actor. The producers and directors kept seeing me u a 'There should be a pickup of comes but once a year; the the generation gap and continue art a source of securityand flied; (a) the demands arising from must be fore!
mailboy and didn't think of me u an actor. h Nh moral to to do what comes most policy obllpUons military and
/ ami see yea siren song of buy now and pay strength. Not everyone, wtlcb are *too frequently' ahead ofPUE : .
Their !image of me wasn't one of a man in his early twentlawho'd tiarto* Uat-miwte show** later is not so easy to Justify naturally-which is to parti however, is affected by the domestic change 1D the national agenda placed
bad his ScreenActors' Guild card for; an eherw, femuris of farnflyaad at any other time. Admit cipate' fully In all the bustle spirit of the season so when petuaUoo at costly and low-prloritJ federal: ( )adoption' and loeal per. 1
experienced actor who'd put in several years in theatre and all the ether. etefcut: s.*.' you're a softy and want to include that keeps everything hoping you run into most looking for, programs which grossly misallacate .tat. and
fiscal a0d
who'd studied acting in college. It wasn't their fa..u.. but tier. 'r-. ....':,.., ... every one you care about on the home front. Spend trouble It should DOt be dif (c) tb1 absexe of a uatloal urbanization: resources therebY; lojesting I
Just didn't see all that la a mailboy.1 Mi hint taportasti yoerBVM. 'for a well-chosen token the money you've earned; It's ficult to give them a .wide Mi inhibition and hesiia y Into polJcY' "
y"When I went in to read for the 'Ironside part la the casting Tab tt to, stride of your regard! 'a boost for morale. berth. 10 :gaj qof of these limiiUone state polIcyormuliUOD. ...
"4 director's office, his first UIIt to me was 'Aren't you from the f.4' ltate t the however, the fCi '.
mailroom'? I told him that I was, but that I was also married' 1-40-14-77-J2-71I 7-70-19r33-68-876 4-10-16-66-78-323 ;3-20-15-99-53-323 less the tole o1 the statefr. of fke Assembly that un-
a reformed
ud bad to suuoort my wife. next decade 10 subslant1all
states the
fad as etfectlv terms specified 1D this report,'
4 Political'entlti s wm cease to exist.

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i c'i Army Forgets Census Report Junes Brown, Black Television Workers Hold l

To Be ,'. 'it" V Meet On Minorities
Important 0 11f 3 3In
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Nobody In XKOS Program '.: 1 (tI t\) ., .', '
To BlacksThe Washington, D.C.?recently a of Black Television y
r i !\'- '" ,I' ; 11 "' group producers J
I" \' ., ,, ,I''r,,;:" ., 1f and associates, tentatively entitled "The Association S
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The scope of The Salvation Army's vast Christmas programIn ". :;P t; Afro-American Broadcasters" met for the purpose of setting up ;,
behalf of the needy and alone expands. Todays; thousands 1970 census on April 1st .\ ," ': a nation-wide organization to deal with the problems of minority 2

upon thousands of toys for underprivileged children are offered will be a most improtant event .. .. group participation in the broadcasting medium, ;!
for blacks and other minoritiesIn .'
in Salvation A top priority function of this
the nation
Army "Toy Shops" across -where : educational broadcast- j5
parents select this country. Whenthe Census ::r/r. group was to help construct a group
gifts for their youngsters from a glittering array : led William J
ers (MGEB) by
Bureau the I" ,, ,' ;
publishes new
of brand .1' l' series of resolutions which
new dolls and toys. And where there is" never a "" Greaves executive
sales check Everything is tree! population figures, votingdis- 'i"\ were presented to the NAEB producer :Jj:
ef Net's "Clack Jour.ial and( ;
Christmas dinners for the poor, with turkey and all the trim- trict boundaries may have to by the AD HOC Committee Lionel executive
Monagas, ;
mings, have been a Salvation Army tradition for over a hoar.dred be redrawn to provide in more which was formed for that producer of Whyy's "New ;rf i
equal representation Con-
years in many cities. Today, these communal gatherings purpose.
Mood/New Breed" in Phlla- \<
have a truly festive air. Efforts are made to have a small, gress, State Legislatures,and The resolutions were passedat delphla. :JS
gilt for each guest. Music and gay decorations make the holi- city councils. the NAEB Convention which This
unprecedented state1
day bright for thousands of men and women who are alone and National and local govern followed, and a resultant per- ment of Intent will also provide >j
ments and organizations
in need. manent Division of Minority
for the establishment of training
The old fashioned Christmas food basket is being supersededby using the census resultsas Affairs was established and

a check which enables needy families to choose their owningr.dients they plan new housing, new The purpose of this division which will internship programs .j
encourage minority : ;
for sumptuous Christmas dinners at home. Servicemen schools, new hospitals and will be "To review and act to enter educational :
are feted at Red Shield Clubs and Salvation Army- clinics, new Job training cen- upon those policies and measures groups :
the administrative -
USD soldier marine airman ters, and many other facilities that will correct the Imbalances broadcasting on -:
operated Clubs. Many a lonely : as well as technical ::
and sailor finds through The Salvation Army the kind of fun and services. Blacks and and injustices heretofore levels. '

and companionship that is the next best thing to "Christinas other racial minorities havea ___. : prevalent in educational The NAEB and the AD HOC :::
real stake in getting an accurate
at minority
home broadcasting, concerning -
; v' Committee will meet shortly ::
Nobody is forgotten. The prison Inmate receives a card, a census. group participation." to set up the mechanism for ::
there is team of
calendar Right now a M The division will be
some small remembrance. And The Salvation Army com-
the of the
implementation re-
selects and mails small gifts to hundreds of familiesof Inmates black and Spanish-speaking \ to" prised of members of the AD y

helping to bind the family unit together In time of trouble. community specialists scattered : / HOC Committee of,minority solutions. 1::
across the country who
And the loneliest persons of all at Christmas time-men and -
women without close family ties who are confined to hospitalsand an answer questions about
other institutions, find that they do not lack friends during the census la your locality.For Stax Records Adds To Staff i1
the name of the one In .
this holy season. The Salvation Army makes an effort to see .
visit a small gilt a vjnir area, write',Jerry S.
that these unfortunates receive a friendly ,
Christmas card or letter,to lighten the burden of being alone on Cooper, Bureau of the Cen- Of Memphis Office In Stepup
ins, Washington, D.C. 20233. 5't
the great day.
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Qssie Davis Directs MEMPHIS:--As part of the continued expansion of Stax/Volt

4e records, President Jim Stewart and Executive Vice PresidentAl

i Bell recently announced the appointments of Tom Nixon as
cI' ,'\ ''Director of Production Control and Bobby Manuel,Marvel Thom -

t1. s' and We Three songwriting trio (Homer Banks, Bettye
I i,,;r.. Crutcher and Raymond Jackson) as staff producers

,r 1 Tom Nixon, a recording engineer, will oversee all aspects of
w ) M1a l production, a task formerly handled by Al Bell. Bobby Manuel

1 has beenan engineer and session guitarist in the Stax studios fora

'!t "' 1L Ant.. year and a half. He was formerly with Onyx Records.

Marvel Thomas brother of Carla and of Rufus both Stan
America's 1 entertainer James Brown son ,
No. congratulates Christopher Cowan, recently a p.
artists, has been a staff songwriter and session musician at
pointed national sales manager of the Cannoiene Company Cannolene, based In Atlanta, Ga., Stax for several years. We Three has penned which
Just became the first all Black manufacturer to win the highly coveted National Addy Award for have songs
sold six million records during their first year together, Including -
consumer package design The awardwas for their unique packaging of "Mystery of Black," a
line of grooming aids designed primarily for the Black consumer This unprecedented feat JohnnyTaylor's two mlUiom seller"Who's making Love"
with scant six in the retail and "Take Care Of Your Homework'""I Like What You're DoIng -
was accomplished a years market. Competitors for the award included
Kodak; Phillip Morris; B.F. Goodrich; The Hoover Co,; Kaiser Aluminum: Del Monte To Me" for Carla Thomas; William Bell's "My Whole
as well as many other industrial giants. World is Falling Down' ; and chart records for Mitch Ryder
Booker T, & The MGs and the Staple Singers.

Stax has always believed in developing talent from within. We .

are especially proud to see these young people step into positions ( -'

300 Hoosier Teachers Meet they are more than capable of handling," said Bell
"The enormous growth Stax/Volt Records has undergone

during the past yearwould not have been possible If we had noot
e .ei had qualified personnel In alldepartments. with these fine peo-

At Purdue And Hear Plea ple on our production staff we can be sure the Memphis sound

i will continue to remain a vital force in the recording inlust.y;: ,"
said Stewart.

On Emphasis On Black 'History B. B. King Guitar SOlly... ; Tops

'' Initial sales in music stores Is already In the planning
Teachers Urged To Get' Into across the country indicate that stages.
In explaining the success of
a new B, B, Kinggultarsong
; History Mainstream ... book, Why I Sing the Blues this first folio,Seldenberg
s'A will be a best seller, it was ints out that "6. B. King has

.. here this week by B. always been a teac'ler. where-
r WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind.: More than 300 Hoosier teacher.meeting at Purdue University were announced he his dressingroom
urged Saturday (Dec, 6)) to step up'their efforts to give pupils fuller understanding of Black hist 1 B. King's manager, Sidney A. ever is appears filled with young gui
ory A panel of high school and Saturday's meeting was th. cowboy but the Published by Hansen Publication tar players asking him how lae
Iri ranch manager certain they'veheard
played things
sixth annual confer- it contains photographs i
MrL Yri Purdue teachers discussed one-day
as businessman who made
his records. Now .
on ,
well the words music
Black History In ence for history teachers at as as ,
:t. the difference in
shaping the and chord symbols of 29 of the for the first time there is a, B,
School! Purdue. covered a
Ossle Davis, (L) gives proper direction to Jim Shaw (who portrays an undertaker). Showinghim Panelist Donal Locke, Fort variety of topics. Western Fithian and cattle kingdom. great guitarist's\ own compositions B. King lesson\ book to which
how to stroll onto the street the chase in Parman were co- such as thev can return again and a-
during opening sequence\ "Cotton Comes T o Wayne Southslde High School, The luncheon speaker was chairmen of the' Including hits rr
Harlem." The scene catches Shaw, first, In street clothes, then back to the shootout-then suggested that teachers must Robert Utley, chief historian conference "Get Off My Back 'Woman" .... .-
back to Shaw in his undertaker outfit, which means he has now prepared himself for any onceming -' "do more than current test of the National Park Service. "Lucille," "Paying the Cost.

business. Ossle Davis is directing the screeu version of the Chester Rimes novel, 'books ale doing" to integrate He called for better understanding Alabama SignsThe to be the Bcss"-and"Whv I' RUSHING RELIEFn
"Cotton! Comes To Harlem", for release thru United Artists. "Cotton" stars Godfrey Cam' the atory of Black Americans of the problems fac Sing the Blues.' emergency pnvram: to
bridge and Raymond St. Jacques an" two Rarlem-bned: police detectives Involved In a tany 'into history courses. ing the American Indian. University of Alabama Since the ABC/Bluesway recording relieve Kafra is

search for $87,000, orginally collected by ((ooiuuan) Deke O'Malley (Calvin Lockhart) and Tomas Paine, Indianapolis Another speaker, Prof.War ,football coach Paul Bryant, artist writes about sponsored bj- G...ulic Relief
stolen by an unnamed force, lost tlWt concealed In a bale of cotton. Produced by Samuel Gold- Shortridge High,described ren Stickle,predicted that the has soured the signatures 90% of the songs be has re- I Services, Last> .r, 4,071,670

wyn Jr., In Color, "Cotton Comes To Harlem" was shot almost In it's entirety, location: In method of the Indianapolis Democratic party will domi "of two Blacks, prospects among corded, Seidenberg says there ('pounds of foot. ,. medicines .

Harlem. schools of enriching history nate U.S. politics Inthe 1970s" the sixteen .recruitedlast is more than enoughforasecond $equipment, clothing and bed- ...
: with examples of cultural,political The Democrats' urban coalition week. : B. B, '. King guitar\ folio ding were flown there through
\, and personal achieve- will survive the election of They are Bo Matbews and which Is to be issued within Catholic Relief Services.

ments of Black Americans. Richard Nixon and the arrivalof .Silbur Jackson. the next few weeks and third

Floyd J. Fithian and Blaine the "new politics said '

Get numbei A., Brownell, both of Black In another sesslon Prof,DonS
our America into the regular history I aid L. Parman declared that

'course rather-than pre- ,I television and movies deny I II j
7t sent it In haphazard episodes. young Americans a realistic /

"Perhaps the genuine Integration understanding of the cowboy. I

of American history, "The stereotype of the cowboy -
11 like the reconciliation between most often held Is that of
: 96e2 g kg 1 k77I R the races la our society, can a young, rugged, white Ame- I A 'I

only follow a much more Intensive rican. Yet many cowboyswere
appreciation of Jhe Black or Mexican," be

unique character of the Afro- said.

Yi1i American experience by both Evaluating recent scholar-
black and whites" said ship on the American West,
Brownell. Parman said It was not the A

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$s 4rys e I Patriotism/ Far From Dead ,

', H.T.. Americans grown In the United States. A brief
about accompanying letter ended
cynical patriotism -
bout displaying the American .I Invite you, a* an
Lp flag American to display the
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Not if enclosed American flag a* an
a recent experienceof
expression of the respect for
a major U.S. manufacturing
firm I Ia any indication. In what our flag signifies 1 ,.*" ?

fact the opposite may be
j; v4 1t\ tru.. Tired perhaps, of the
vocal and destructive dissent
of 1 few, the majority of

g A pP Americans ,may be ready to
stand up and be counted. e
'n ip The 3M Company sees
k sta' Indications this U so. Recently

'k v r IU Reflective Product
: division began a modest program
8 K i YY to offer American Flags

,. rear fRt, ; to iu customers throughoutthe
United States. Made of reflective Employe reacted with
material, the flags scores of congratulatory
H come In three sizes. An adheah letters.
tV backing make them ". We were delighted to
suitable for receive our American flag
display' on any
clean, dry surface such a* an bumper ticker., It give me MAVERIYS
H automobll bumper or personal gratification .to
r A; window. know I am employed by a
0mlrnO Prior to making the flap leader, not only of Industry,
but also In i
available '''to customers, 3M promoting
president Harry Heltier tent America wrote 1 female
flag to every on of the employe In* the company's

\, company's 36,500 employees Coated Abrasive division. DOWNTOWN I I Laura at DuvnI

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I ... ,Churches Clubs Organizations Make Plans For Christmas Holiday And Season I IT.e

Explaining A Wish Cliflii Coll. His

Story Of Xmas KettlesThe I ." FoiRtV Day Smite I

.and from 17 foreign countries.
Salvation Army has offered the following story as a convincing CLAFLIN, Ala.-Dr.: Robert Under Dr. Stokes' administration -
piece of evidence bearing on the excellent program of t R f Stokes, eminent president of the. school has regained -
social work and rehabilitation whlcb the organization has done Wilberforce University In Wlli accreditation and hasa
over rye years. This is a story which should never by forgot- i bertorce, Ohio, was the analI working relationship with
ten I versary speaker at Claim Antioch College and other outstanding -
I n.aa.a ,' College recenlty. Dr. H.V.II schools. He has con-
1 Manning, president of theI ceived an$13,000,000 develop-
One dark stormy night Just before Christmas of 1894, a large I I southern A.M.E. School: presented ment for the univeristy. The
ship was wrecked on the rocky coast near San Francisco. the speaker. student body has grown from
Survivors -cold, wet, hungry--were helped to shelter in a f Dr. Stokes, a graduate of 415 u of some years ago to
nearby Salvation Army building Since California, like the 1940 of Wilberforce, received 1,018.
rest of the nation, was In the grip of depression, there were .r his bachelor's degree 1 n The president is a native of
few "extras" on hand. The Salvation Army was already sacred theology from Boston Dayton andholds membership
,stretching its resources to care for thousands of jobless sea- University in 1943 and frls doctor In many organizations ., In
men and longshoremen. Soon the food supply ran out. of theology degree In 1949. 1966 be received the Boston
At that moment an Ingenious lassie picked up the kettle and Hty He became president in 19S6. University Alumni Award for
dashed out into the bitter cold. At a busy street corner she Wilberforce Is the onljprl- Distinguished Public Service.
set up a sign, "Keep the Kettle boiling"and that night there *'o fT '. r rYa rately-supported predominantly He was recently named to
was soup enough for all. *wR K Negro college in the north Ohio's Higher Education Com
By Christmas, 1895, the word of this successful Innovation- and )Is the oldest Black College mission.
had spread and the kettle was used in thirty Salvation Army Students from 33 states
Corps In various sections of the coast area. The SacramentoBee Honored
of that year carried a description of the Army's Christmas -
Former 51.
activities and mentioned the contributions to street corner ]

kettles Shortly afterward, two young Salvation Army officers ,
who had teenlnstrumentaltn the original use of the kettle were! ws Pastor DeadIn
transferred to the East. They took with them the idea of using
I it in the needy family Christmas appeal.In MiamiMIAMIFuneral
1897, William A. McIntyre prepared his Christmas plans,
for Boston around the kettle, but when the time came.(or action
his fellow officers refused to cooperate because they were, : services for
afraid they would make spectacles of themselves. So Mc- ) A 4 s I the late Rev. Edward Sneed, f"
Intyre, his wife and his sister set up three kettles at the Wash; w \ once a pastor of St. Stephen's A
ington Street bottleneck in the heart of the city. That year the } Pt 3.JIME. Church, Fifth andD .-
Army's.kettles' in Boston provided Christmas dinners for 150, Radar ma* First Class Alvln A; Blount explains to nuns thatJ tonne and a tour of the ship on which he is stationed Pro- vis, were held Friday In Miami,
I 000 needy people. he and his contribute some money for toe loci J Handclasp takes him to the same place,sometimes actual- in the Bethel A.M.E. Church
In 1898, the New York World called the Salvation Army kettles orphan they are .ntertatainj with party refreshments, cartta same sort places,that civic action does -Navy Photo The late minister died in a 1
"the newest andmost novel device for collecting money" and Jacksonville hospital 1
i also noted that MThAt>A -fa -a man In-charge frt- see that-- rnntri* Rev. Sneed was born inMonticello. -
buttons; ; et'stolen" He had lived In the
i In 1908, contributions received through Christmas kettles In THE TRUTH OF THE city for several years. The

New York City provided funds for the first great sit-down Presbyterian Church Council minister was graduated from BROTHER McCALLAn

dinner, in Madison Square Garden. GOSPELTwice the BF Lee 'lbeoloc1calSem- will
Today the kettles are used by every Salvation Army CorpsIn Inary at Edward Waters Col- appreciation program
the nation. Many of the kettles are manufactured In state lege and Payne Theological be given Sunday, December 21

prison speaks of in"the Galatiant truth of the 2 Paul got Supports Activities Of Farm Seminary at Wilberforce.Othe.r at Thomas the Shiloh Court Holiness near Old Church S t.
Public contributions to the kettles enable The Salvation Armyto pel" In both cases the apostle churches under' his Road for Brother
bring the spirit of Christmas Into lives which would other. had to speak out to defend the jminlstry were In Tampa and Augustine the
wise be denied the warmth and friendliness of the season. To purity of'"the gospel of the grace fort Lauderdale and the Allen Mc au. Appearing' on
those far from homes, to underprivileged children, to the ill,, of God" Workers And Farmers Temple In Lakes, where be program; will be the McCall
to Inmates of Jails and prisons -- to all these/The Salvation In Verses 4,5 he refers to his ,was pastoring at the time of Singers, Angelltes, Soul Revivers -
Army's remembrance at Christmas often spells the Difference contest with those at Jerusalem his death. Golden Clouds,Voicesof
between happiness and misery. who would have brought the Gen Mrs. Lucille D.Sneed,widow, Jerusalem, Clifttones, Mt.
Throughout the country The Salvation Army recently gave tile believers under the law of Concluded UiH On survives, along with Mr. and Ararat Male Chorus, Austin
Moses. Among them 'were "false Study Twins, Singing Wonders and
assistance at
more than 1,650,000 persons Thanksgiving or brethren" ht "unawares Mrs. Berry Sneed, parents,
Christmas. In most cases, families are given a check insteadof brought In to says spy out our liberty two stepsons,ArnettW.Countsof Gospel Angels.. singersare is
a Christmas basket so they can have the fun of shopping and which we have In Christ Je. Los Angeles and Paul M. invited. The public:
planning according to their own tastes. addition many homeless sus, that they might bring us Into The Aid His Counts < Vhate Plains, N.Y. also invited.
t Individuals are enabled to share a bountiful meal atSal bondage. Unto whom we gave and four brothers.
vation Army centers, such as those in Skid Row areas. Special place by subjection, no, not for NfiW YORK-Support for farm workers who are try Ing to organize unions--and for small farm-
prepartions for the holiday, of course, are carried on in Salva-, an hour, that the truth of the gospel ers caught in the painful changes of"agribusiness"been ur egby the United Presbyterian
tion Army home eM nT-pd mothers, residences for the aging might continue with you." Council on Church and Society. ,
and similar In the second case he refersto -
The recommendations,which tinning poverty of this action. and churchmen to THE LETTER ; -
a controversy with Peter who, gressmen -
In Kettles San Francisco.bav..cu4IL.tgel1s1nce, Some : the Salvation utilitarian cauldron: kettles was have set sucb'llnew.fanc1ed..cadgets up having enjoyed blessed fellowshipwith were offered as counsel to the Asking United Presbyterians. ; oppose "the great .lncrease STARTED, our, J 5EALV -,,, .
,new army local and regional bodies and .
to farm worker ,
"Support organizing '[
Gentile Christians had been '
JN) I.
In of Defense EGYPTIANTT!
as a selfringlng bell and come with a the national agencies of the Department purchase I ,
efforts with
Christmas booth, complete with public address system over 'Intimidated brethren Into by separating some of his'Jewish himself denomination, were made after *' and financial: assistance personal," the of table grapes(from '''.I't'I i:'' ;"" / lc1U 1- :
which the traditional Christmas music is beamed. Behind it 6.9 million pounds in fiscal
an extensive study ordered
from the SIGN OF
Gentiles Concerning Council expressed the belief .A HANDQUANTITY' /
all, though, is the same basic feeling summed up In The. Sal- this, Paul writes: But when Peter,' by the church's 181st General that the success or failure of year to 10.42 million pounds
vation Army slogan, "Share with Others." was come to Antioch, I withstoodhim Assembly They are not denominational -, the United Farm Workers' In fiscal year 1969), -

Black Santa BannedBy to be to blamed"the face because(Ver. 11)he. Why was are only advisory policy: In and nature.thus Cesar Organizing Chevez Committee"will greatly led by t PIC N1 SAVE DAILY DISCOUNT t I DRUGS t
was Peter to be blamed Verse 14
Tabernacle Plans The study was made by a, Influence the of simi
answers: Because he "walked not
Cin. Merchants uprightly according to the truth of special committee of the council lar collective bargaining efforts Available
Christinas Music the gospel," le, "the gospel of,''the on Church and Society and by farm workers elsewhere RIGHTS SPECIALS THRU. WED. DEC. In
.CINCINNATI.-The business the grace of God," In which Relieving CouncU'on Church and ." RESERVED 24 ores,
store Santa Clauses of Cincinnati Jews fend Gentiles are "one Race. Because this organizational I i
will remain their usual Tabernacle Bapist insti- body in Christ" The 40-member Council on effort currently focused on
I color here. tutional Church will be the'' How we should all thank God Church and Society is com- a boycott of table grapes, the TOOTHBRUSHES
.... Local businessmen turned scene of a Christmas can for Paul's strong defense of the posed of elected members of Council suggested,individuals 79i' \ fOR 79/t
down suggestions by the Southern tata on Sunday,Decemeber 21. gospel of grace, under which all agencies, staff officials, and can help that cause by. It:
Christian Leadership Conference Sunday School begins at 9.30: who trust in the Christ as Savior are representatives of the church Making a personal pledge not MEDIUM OR HARD' .
baptized by Holy Spirit Into .
I C1at lackSantas make with Mrs. Hessle Solomon,su- the one true Bible Church (I Cor, at large to buy table grapes: 2: I n- '
their appeaiaice: on the scene 1 perintendent, in charge,. Rev. 12:13): ). The council based its sug forming store managers and
'An'official of the Federated W.E. Young, pastor, will gestions on the basis that I others of their decisions: and SHAVE CREAM 1I1flPRAT
Department Store chain said speak. All districts will "justice is.a prerequisite to I 3: Making contact with local
"We don't agree that Santa meet in the church auditorium li MiBoriini recondition: and equitable boycott efforts and supporting
Clause is aracismsymbolorIs Sunday at 330.: distribution of power a pre- I ,their activities 79Mioz.
immoral" The Christmas practice will condition of negotiation It. I! The Council also urged work SUAVE

The speaker, Fred LazarusII .take place Tuesday at 4:30: added for national.legislation fo establish .380
and MCAlpin's presidentmet p.m. Youth choirs rehearse "The whole system of agribusiness I fair labo'standards, COLGATE lay
with six members of the Wednesday at 530. Mrs. H. is rapidly changing. collective bargaining rights, a 13 OZ.
SCLC to discuss'"Operation M. Lawrence is supervisor. a' Awareness and support are national minimum wage, and ,
Breadbasket," a program designed -' The teachers meeting is held called for at many painful unemployment compensation :

to find Jobs for Blacks. at 645.: Prayer meeting is points of transition. I for agricultural workers. POKER :';+>/'.'.<), 1.95 I
Lazarus said, "We felt thata sit 7:30. The adult classesare "There is a group of people.1 On behalf of the small grow ( ,
black face would be incon- 13 -- the workers -
: conducted Tuesday and -- 'presently er, who "makes a too small '
grous with the traditional image Thursday nights with Mrs. ,1 suffering from being unable t return on capital invested and BICCLIC
"This has nothing t o Solomon and Mrs. Wynn as' to participate in the decisions I Incurs a high risk (and) must CHIPS e ,
do with equality of employment instructors. Rev, W.E. that affect their lives and I| take the price offered by the .r'" !
tt just doesn't fit the Young is pastor. presently calling upon the market," the Council urged
symbol as kids have known church for assistance in their encouragement in organizing $; 'i) PEN SET

it." -- struggle for identity and a' marketing cooperatives, and .
." voice in their future. Weeel denominational staff assistance 100'COUNT M .
/ the church must come to
beginning such cooperatives -
m ALEXANDER BELL their aid. -2), 4 PENS
relief for "The questions of the poor The appointment of commutes :
Soothing Our Son, You slipped! away .
and their I
participation In deeisionmak1ngrafsedthelart
to stay intouch with agricultural
quietly, We weren't there, But
hard-working hands: God only knew how.much we ;: problems war suggested 770 C ,' ,, 97
er questions of poverty, automation
as was the assigning (
could lest Forever-Beloved
VASELINE PETROLEUM JELLY For bands 10 ; !, andalivingwage.Your t ,
of liaison to work
rough, to chipped, they actually hurt. Father and Mother Mr. and committee (U., the spelcal persons ,
Soothes and softens Mrs..Richard T. Bell, Great I with local grape boycott cqjn- _
committee which made the mlttees "so those woo choose
provide a
Grandmother Mrs. Rebecca
film that study) respectfully suggests to support the boycott may 00
against Prophet) Grandmother, Mrs. the need for study fo the decreasing t SPRAY ,SNOW
than watery Nancy Lawsoi; Sisters, more effectively do so. 3' 13 OZ 1
lotions. tontinUOU'1i AdriAn and Sharon Bell; number of Jobs available On the national level the ,
to unskilled labor
Petroleum recommendations i
Brothers, Richard Jr., Alfred
other a little Michael: ,Bruce,Gregory increasing wealth, and con- Included: Work with con-

leum Bell. and Relatives and HUDSON
Episcopal Book Store Has
hand are Friends TOILET TISSUE
Xmas Book Layout 2, ROLL PAK $

MAJORITIES.CAN. In keeping with the spirit of ,Store, 325 Market Street. For
'I the season are the many gifts children tbellst is most com 2
BE WRONG awaiting the selection of all plete. My Good Shepherd Bible PENN' OF
Jaxons at the Episcopal Book Story Book is a must. .

When St. Pad Wit at Ephesus w DISHDRAINER
his proclamation of the' gospel BOOKMATCHES
caused such a stir that the Idol SUPPORT THE HACK PRESS REEL
makers, whe ware lazing money,
protested until "the whole city

was somebody filled started with confusion.a chant*""Great Soon It's Your Press HO.. 2S5M SET77o

is Diana of the Epheslans! '
pther Joined and the choru
swelled until "all with one voice Patronize Those Finis : 81"
about the space of two hours \ .
i cried out, Great Is Diana of the '
Ephaslanst"' (Acts 1934): and the
town clerk referring to the rail That Advertise ,IB The
A alan which surrounded this pager j.

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I 127th Annual Convention Of Episcopal Diocese Of Florida January 23-25 I


hid New City Will Serve Pride Keeps Going

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As Hest To Mny I' Theism's w 1 1.W CIlBJ

Jacksonville, the Bcld New City, will add to its- laurels when I _
It hosts, for the first time to some years, and the first time FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTThe
since Consolidation the Annual Convention of the Diocese of church school begins at 9:45: amwith the superintendent
Florida of the Episcopal Church. irAgI Mrs Leaster Smith, and teacberslncharre. The morning ser;
This will be the 127th annual spoke of receiving "vicious. vice begins at 1130am. Deacon Joseph McPherson and Charlie
meeting and will begin on I(intemperate letters." The t J I Smith Jr., will be in charge. At 4 p.m. District No. 2 will
January 23 and end on January ,recording also presented com-' yd 1y meet at the church Deacon Winston Ware will be the leader
25. 'ments form a representative Prayer meeting will be Tusday night at 7 p.m. Rev H. Robinson
The' Most Right Reverend. |101 the national Committee of t Is pastor. .
Hamilton West. will deliver his I Black Churchman followed by % COLCSSIANS BAPTIST
address on Friday at the !(the recommendation ofaspec'lal Sunday School begins at 9.30: ajn. with the superintendent and
Church of the GoodShepherd. Convection (particularly : teachers in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m.,
Following Holy Communion the "non-violence" require- the evening worship at 6 p.m. Choir No. 1, Choir No. 2 and
Saturday morning, all reports 'manta) Usher Board No. 1 will serve during the day. The pastor Rev
will be disposed of before ,Dr. Morehouse reported that, -h- R.J. Crawford, will deliver the messages. Prayer services
lunch Time will then be tak- as of November 5,25 dioceses ,. e begin Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. The church Is located at 1154 West
en for business had pledged $91,890 toward n1 Slst.
Robert Meyer Hotel will be I,+I the Black program. He was P _
the scene of the banquet on \ rather sure that the $200,000 SWEETFIELD BAPTIST
Saturday at 7 P.m. suggested allocation will bereacbed. Services will begin Sunday with the Sunday School at 9:30: a.m.
Business sessions will be I Deacon R. McKlnnon will be In charge The lesson will be reviewed
held in the Civic Auditorium :[ The following classifications by the pastor, Rev. C.A. Oliver, The morning services
Sunday, in the Exhibition Hall, I i|and percentage figures indlcate begin with Deacon Joseph Dennard and Deacon Mose Brooks In
beginning at 9 a.m. Upon adJournment {[' exactly what happens to Y charge of devotions Choir No. Land Choir No. 2 will serve.
the Convention*Body j i! monies collected by the Episcopal The morning message will be given by C.A.Oliver. The even- .
and Episcopalians from the ;j Church Dr.Morehouse Ing services will begin at 5:30: p.m. with Deacon R. McKInnon
area will meet in.the auditorium 's during his visit to Jacksonville -. and Deacon Rufus Spencer in charge of devotions Choir No. land
for communion 1 reviewed and elberated: Choir No. 2 will serve with Willie Young at the organ. Mrs.
Bishop West's sermon will be presented as the Sunday 2; Poverty-race, 6; Ameri- closing message for the day. Weekly activities are: Prayer
sermon throughout the Diocese i'j i can Indian Work, 1; Refugees,* Meeting, Tuesday, 7:30; Bible Study, Wednesday, 7 p.m. and
and will be delivered by the ''[Deaf, Blind, 1; Research, experimentation Choir rehearsal for No.2 choir Wednesday, 8 p.m. All are
lay readers in the respective in new formsof invited. Rev. J.A. Oliver is pastor.
pulpits. ,! ministry, 3; Determining
Pre-convention area meet-[1 Church's .position on Key FIRST TIMOTHY BAPTIST
ings will be held for the bene- ;' issues, 1; Better Dioc'esan Y Christmas services will be featured on Christmas Day at 5:30
fits of the parishioners. In Pride, Inc, is growing rapidly.. At opening house recently Mrs Mary Treadwell
Service, 2;Subsidy to Dioceses ceremony a.m. and again at 11 a.m. Rev. R.L. Smith will speak at both
the December 6 and 13th meetings secretary-treasurer and director of program planning, checks the guest list. Thousands of
tnd Districts(Budget)6;Special services. Choirs No. 1,2 and 3 and Usher BoareTfto. 1 will
th.e representatives the visitors went through the building during the 4-hour period of the event.
Grants to Dioceses, 1; serve. A Christmas program will be presented in the auditor-
Executive Council decided to Christian Education, 1; Cam-' ,um of the church Sunday at 7 p.m. Mrs. Edith Turner is sponsor -
bold all meetings In mission pus work, 5; Lay Adult Training Darnell Cookman Voters Rev. R.L. Smith is pastor. ,Choir No. 1 rehearses Thursday -
churches 1; Improving Theological wwr -' at 8 p.m. The youngaUult choir rehearsal will be Saturdayat
Voted among the speakerswill Training. 1; Cont. Edu. of M ,+, fly, 6 p.m. Choir No 4 will rehearse Saturday at 5 p.m. All are
be Oscar Clark Carr ::Ierj;Recruiting,screening Invited to participate in the Christmas exercise following the
Jr., who will discuss social and training for church evening service December 21,
issues which concern America work, 1; Ecumenical activities '
today. 4; Armed Forces MInI- FIRST BORN TEMPLE
Recently Dr. Clifford P. stry, 2; Communication 3; w' 9' Elder Albert Hill, pastor of First Born 825 West Monroe, received -
Morehouse visited the Executive General Convention C o m- his ordination papers for bishop in the General Assembly
Council Dr. Morehouse missions and Committes, 2; In Waycross, Ga., on November ZOo He was named Presiding -
presented a tape recording Admlnstratloa of Episcopal Bishop of the South Florida Diocese Upon his return from-
i in which the prlsldlng bishop>> Center, 12, the convention, with Sister Hill, the prelate was honored at a
congratulatory banquet sponsored by the Pastor's Aid Club. Installation -
*..* services will be in the auditorium of the church on
Christnas-1969 Sunday, January 4, at 11 a.m. The public is invited.

The following article was prepared by Presiding Bishop John
E. HInes of the Episcopal Church.. Bishop HInes will deliver a I :
five-minute message Christmas morning over 1,300 stations THE'NEW REDEEM Baptist
District No. 3 will meet' at
i\'from coast to coast in a 15-minute program. Carols will be. Church, 1612 East 30th, Rev the church at 4:30 p.m. Dis-
,sung by the men and boy's choir of the Cathedral of St. John r E.I. Norman, is among the trict No. 6 will meet at 4 p.m.
i the,DiviDe. New York City. Fdurteenstationsln the Diocese of churches
many already prepared Districts,>Noi; S,7 and 8 will
I Florida have asked for Christmas-1969, one of which WMBR, : : for Christmas meet at 4 P.HV 'TIle evening
I Jacu 1IY111e.-rou1' other programs.will be given with Gary .t The Christmas Exercises
ai 6
worship begins An
% 4. ,
Moore as narrator. there will be held December '
appointee will deliver the
: There are many ways to tell the story'Of Christmas. St. Mat. "' 28 at 3 p.m. On Sunday, De- The is
message pastor on
thew's Gospel gives us this clue: cember 21, the Sunday School vacation. .
"Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of Judea in the daysof : ". 'w1 will open at 9:30: a.m. with On Tuesday night the prayer
Herod the King, behold, wise men from the East came to Jerusalem the superintendent and officials will '
meeting be held, at 1::30.
: sayfng, 'Where is he who has been born king of the in charge. An appointee Bible study follows at 8 p.m.
'Jews? For we have seen his star in the East, and have come will review the lesson. The prayer meeting of the
to worship him.' Morning services begin at
month will be conducted
When Herod. .heard this, he was troubled. and assembling Students of Darnell-Cookman Junior High School are shown getting ready to cast their votes 11 a.m.' with the deacons In Deacon Johnson Manuel and by
All the chief priests and scribes of the people, he inquired ofv for officers of the Student Council and Miss Darnell-Cookman and her attendants. Shown also charge of devotions. Choir Holmes
them where Christ was to be born. are Mr. Robert Durham and Miss Suzanne Farquharson, sponsor and co-s..onsor of the Student No. 3 and Usher Board o. 3' by other Mr. officials.H. Mrs., assistedby Jess

They told him, 'in Bethlehem . Then Herod summonedthe Council. will serve during the day, ,ie Ward is reporter.Grow'em. .
wise men secretly. and he sent them to Bethlehem with Mrs. Jackson In charge.
They went their way. and going into the bouse they saw the A Doctor Helos
'child with Mary his mother, and they fell down and worshipped 1:0: ,
.him." I
So: the story of Christmas, primarily, is the story of G o d 3
searching for maul! It is this dramatic,compassionateKdriving
Initiative on the part of a God who called into being the worlds
and man that gives a person-any and all persons-value and
meaning, worth and destiny. So that no human estate, however
desolate it may appear to some to be,is without the possibility
of renewal. Even the brilliance of that Bethlehem star gold
not match the brightness of that bopel! For the divine initiative :
is grounded in love: "For God so loved the world. .heggavveehofaYltimehl
profoundest, warment mystery ("open

But the other part of! the Christmas story which we sometimes : stronger.'j
miss is the vital matter of response to this divine initiative.
Man must find the Christ! In the Gospel narratives some dis
cover him late. They missed him in childhood, or did not
recognize him, or beard him spoken of in such a way that they
could not frame a Judgement. And then it happened! And they Ic
were forced to conclude: "Never did any man speak as this
man speaks." As St. Matthew tells the story, we ought not. \
'to miss the clincher: "The learned men In Judea had the f.
holy books and the knowledge they, contained. They knew ,
'where to loot for the child born tp be king TteMagi had "
",, no Information on the subject. THEY HAD ONLY,THE WILL \ "

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Shriners Hold "

Worship Meet Re,. Sullivan Speaks 1. .Tl ff1
[l' "
: .
The Order of Shriners will I
worship Sunday,December 21, Rev. S.D. Sullivan of Brunswick : f 'r : 'J ,
at the Second Missionary Bap- will be the guest speaker .}
tist Church, 954 Kings Road.. at the Harmony House Bap- .
All nobles are asked to assemble tist Church, Second and Tyler \. r I \ .t'/Iii.
at 10:45 a.m. wearingthe Streets, Sunday,December 21, N "
feZ Rev J.C; Sams is at 3 p.m. James Bryant is i: \ M 1 ." ::

pastor.' Thomas Williams. is sponsor All are welcome. ... 1 : (" I .1
reporter.' <
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Dr. Jean Downing was photographed in the process of a dental examination on one of the two .. 'jr ? '. i
I days that be donated his services to examine all eighth grade students Working with Dr.', rT,v.-: ''
LOW' PRICED Downing are Miss Mary Latimer and Mrs. A.H. Cobb. Mr. Nathaniel L. Davis is principalof I : '
the school. $
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STOKE MElDS Jax Post 191 '
BiHi and it with flower The male "
bug. can ay tmpid fly, for .' ... .t
atifTrad' Meets Friday. .initance, wraps up a flower petal in a line silk web he weaveewith "<
ni. front feet, end resent. it to hi. brid. ," '
With ,Your Neighborhood Drug Store., WE WILL, \\ f
3 MEET ANY FREES 'ADV. IN' YOl* LOCAL,PAPERS.-; Jan Post 197 of the AmerU ."
I We deliver. We also fill all Doctors' Prescriptions can Legion will meet Friday: 1 Lets: stop "
night, December 19, at the : '
Poet Home, 2179 Benedict.. wasting AmericasBOYPOWEfc : 'I l' ,
This will be thelast meetingof .,, I
Dixie ; '
Pharmacy the year. All members >
not having 1970 cards are >J; ''
t asked to remew them at this ,,(., !

w' oil t), .'IlltS I \:, 'Mil AT. mill I IM Il I meeting.Tour annual, turkey party will AmrrkaV nunpowtr begiN wich BOY POWER ''f';. ,.y. .. "
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uw held on December 20 at Be a\bluiilteerScoutLeader :,
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Skirt Holiday Taklti/ I able, durable press Fort re 1. id paper tin foil sparkles Fruitcake a Holiday FavoriteWant A NEW STUFFING FOR YOUR HOLIDAY BIRD \
and cotton fabric from the some glue cotton buttons ..
I Majestic Collection. Perfectfor and the Communicator in its to get a bead start on
pillows too. Trimmingsof twelve cheery colors. Suggest holiday baking? Fruitcakes
braids and fringes are a range of holiday those delightful traditional
r i: found In notions departments. r themes..Santa Claus holly holiday treat Improve With u
For information on how to C reindeer peace religion... age so It's not too early to el t
make a floor-length skirt ,t then have the kids go to tart making them. A few ex
tra cakes In pretty tins or
write to Home Fashions work.
Just wrapped In oil and red
.. Celanese Corporation. 522 For gift wraps provide the ribbon, also make
charming :
Fifth Avenue. New York. kids with rolls of inexpensive gifts for friends. i :
r N.Y. 10036. shelf paper on which to
rI draw or glue their own de- A stand mixer will take
much of the work out of making
ri I signs. Gift tags and labels -
i Give Christmas/ will be eyecatching and fruitcakes A fruitcake ha j44
o P r ono//itJ// PIli.It's' ultra-personal when they many Ingredient so it takesa .
i ( great deal of mixing. Because (
colored In abstract -
the personal touch are brightly you don't have to holdit
that really counts at Christ- or "art nouveau" a stand mixer will save
1 mas..the holiday when you motifs, (NP Features) tired arms sod,1I0w you to
1J I 1I 1 have the opportunity to' add Ingredient with both
show others how much you Solve Gift Giving Puzzle hands.
J care. It's a simple matter to The Sunbeam Mlxmaster
1 buy a gift or select a card By Giving Puzzles Mixer with 12 Governor Controlled -

but the token of your feelingthat's Puzzled over what to give speeds and bowl fit
beaters makes' mixing fruitcakes -
means ever
} This holiday glamorize a so much morel! your preschooler for Christmas. a breeze. The governor
Well maybe that's the answera control feature lets
you thoroughly
I room with a table covered In The new Drl Mark Communicator -
puzzle! Puzzles are fun and at mix thick ingredient N
an eye-popping print and a fine-line fiber-
I match It with a solid one. tipped water color marker j the tame time offer' challnge at slower speed without re t
the of the
"I' Put gifts!: on one and servegoodies which sells for only 194. Is i and a sense of accomplishment ducing tor a plus power when you mix mo a "Tim Hi...B.i>i iS"J r
from the other. Dash a handy item to have around I; while
:, for a "learning playing"experience heavy fruitcake. Four boiling water over raisin or until cake tester inserted
gay pillows covered in thesame the house as the holiday according to Play-
and apricots. Let stand S In center comes out clean.
fabric on couch and season approaches Let the skool Research. Animal and LIGHT FRUITCAKE minute Drain then pat dry Cool In pan.

r, chairs and you're set for children help you design nursery rhyme characters, maps, /i cup candled citron piece, between a towel. Grate lemon Wrap the cooled cake In Planning the menu Ur Thanksgiving dinner? If bound to include
entertaining. personalized greeting cardsto scientific subject and nonpicturesolid /. cup candled orange peel rind, cut cherries and pecans. cellophane wrap and cover roast turkey, the most traditional of Holiday foods.
The tables above are I send to friends. Supply pieces Combine citron, orange peel with foil. Store In refrigerator.
draped.In Riverdale's washA them with a variety of color- color wood blocks are sub- I cup candled cherries cut cherries, raisins, apricots, pecans Next day, when cake Is- Here's an Intriguing stuffing! for this year's bird. It's Southern
J jects of Christmas gift puzzles. In half and lemon rind with /i completely cool,*remove wrap style made from DROMEDARY Corn Muffin Mix and a surprise -
cup flour coating ingredients Ingredient spicy moist mincemtstYou
pings. Soak a clean cloth In
,,- '- y lb. dried apricots, cut In
; limit 1 mall piece evenly. sherry, wine or brandj and may find after spooning the stuffing lightly into the
Ballard F Fle'Care Preheat oven to 300 F. wrap cake completely cover that there i i. stuffing left
5 1 n. /a Ib. dried apricot, cut in turkey to allow room for expansion
Grease and line with waxed pa. ing it, in soaked cloth. Cover
Please wilt mall pieces over. Save it to heat, covered with slices of leftover turkey.
SUGAR per bottom of 10x5x3 loaf pan. with foil. Resoak cloth periodically
FLOUR 49C J Mire Yt lb. light seedless raisins Sift together flour, baking as it becomes dry ROAST TURKEY WITH INTRIGUING STUFFINGS
5 Lb.39"$5.00ir 1 cup chapped pecan powder and salt. about once a week for 1
1Carratioe 10-pound resdy-lo' V4 rearpoon eruihrd rosemaryleaves
Fed Order I teasp. grated lemon rind In large Mlxmaster Mixer month. Keep stored in refrigerator lo cook turkey
I 1 boiling water bowl, cream shortening and in tightly covered container
cup chopped pantry
sugar on No. 7 speed for 2 for as long as a year. 1 (S-ounee) package DlROME- Vt eup
MILK Tall Car 3/49C Yt cup lifted all-purpose flour min. Add eggs one at a time To glaze: Brush top of cake DARY Corn Muffin Mix W tteupreadylo butter or-u'emineemeatl margarine
I cup lifted all purpose floor while beating 2 1 teaip. baking powdery er. On No. 1 speed, beat in with nuts and candled fruit.If cup milk 1M cup caps eoarnely chopped
Kraft 1 < teaip. *alt lemon juice and flour mixturefor you don't have a itand 11$ teaspoons sale celery
OIL 24 0I. 39C r 1 cup soft shortening butteror 1 tutu, scraping bowl as mixer, now' the tine to dropa H teaspoon (round black M eup coarsely I chopped.
margarine necessary. While beating bn Christmas gift hint to your pepper almondiH
1 cup granulated sugar No. 1 speed add fruit and nut family. With the promise of Wash anddry turkey very well inside and out. Mix and bake
mixture continuously (only to
baked goodies In the coming muffin mix label directs using 1 egg and milk. Cool.
Royal LIII Brain Quantlt 11llht.....rv..( S eggs unbeaten blend), about 1% mln. Turn years this la a gift they'll corn Crumble into a large as bowl. Add next five ingredients !4 cup
U CONVENIENT LOCATIONS TO 1 tbsp. lemon Juice Into pan and bake about 2 hrs love giving. hot butter or margarine, cock onion celery and almonds for 8
RICE 5 It hi 59 51IENVEYOU$70saaksasmain s to 10 minute Add to ingredient in bowl; toss lightly with fork
A015N5 until well combined. Spoon stuffing into neck cavity. Brin skin
Cookie Christmas
se of neck over back: fasten with skewer. Spoon stuffing lightly into
Curlall Clrh sat u.eaartTant, yOuwt2nneeta Makes 8 dozen cones
IIs2EtsrrtesTsttr : body cavity. Close cavity with skewers Bend wing tips under
loa DAYII nun i11aLIN1A1Nt1AETOAa Ia1Iwasnuyeeu body. Tie ends of legs together Place turkey breast side up, on
ICE CREAM Gal '49 / [ .1102OWMATiANFla let Cream Fillings rack in shallow roast-pan. Brush with remaining butter melted..
S pint vanilla Ice cream Rout uncovered in a preheated moderate oven (350 F.) 3'/i to
softened I PRf.b 4 hours. Baste occasionally with pan drippings Remove to warm
mixed a+ serving platter Remove skewers and twine Make gravy from
Bride l/i| cup chopped
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Whitney( Young Tells 2,500.Mayors And City OfficialsNoted To Join Co lition'"


Urbaa Loupe Deed BliejitkH Of lit Year White' Trackers Dlsrl.H! i .r f .

o.lnll: Hew U.S. NeedsSAN <\0 f'r I r 1 1r ; --- i it ] Afifist Hack At ICC Meet ] .'

DIEGO, Calif.--More: than 2,500 mayors and city officials I '
Mass.--A black .rear."The
attending the forty-sixth annual Congress of Cities,beard t BOSTON, 'publicly: humili- .I ICC does not have any I
trucker was I II
the dynamic Whitney M. Young Jr., 48 year-old Executive DIrector at recent Interstate fair rules for small businessmen -
tated a
I of the National Urban deliver forceful address ,
League a
r .(. Commission; hear- especially black businessmen -
stressing the importance: of cooperation, the ellminatlonof poverty in Boston Mass., by attorneys I f I who have had n o
ing ,
resentment of the poor because of mistreatment and the 1.i1f representing 8 0 voice, whatever, indecisions ,

sharing of power with minorities, Mr. Young\ said white carriers protesting his I I affecting their business pro-,
"Coming to this meeting of "
and only luck or. a well-timed entry In the national marketof blems and needs, Howard
distinguished mayors mu-
rainstorm has kept them from hauling refrlgerated'comptoditles. said. t
nicipal officials, I was reminded 'The 30-odd attorneys who :
of an old Civil War you. a at the hearing represented
"Don't let this past "cool" The hearing on Wesley Ho appeared
story about General U. S.
about cllt
Grant. summer fool you. Poor people ward's appl1caUonrorZl.stale haulers
? are becoming more impatient ; authority to haul refrigerated of the,top freight who
"Grant had Just spent several
cent of the industry
more bitter, more rest commodities was held for two control 95 per
days and nights on the
less. We used to hear a lot days, .Nov. 17 and 18, at the] in the country, Howard
front lines without sleep 1
any ,
about\the "revolution rising t tf Interstate Com mere Commission -. ,said.
and when the battle was ended
expectations." But now thereis in Boston, Mass. President Unless the ICC modifies and
he went to tin nearest
a "revolution of rising resentment 1 of Fast Fleet Freight,located changes its basic rules and
town to rest. Entering an
to allow the entryof
at 15 Bancroft,Worcester
inn he found the and
mayor "Resentment at a poverty Mass., Howard filed his small businessmen, it will
some of th e town's top officials
J around that the poor know is man- application on July 16, 1968, retain its protective role to
gathered afire
I made not God-given. Resent- more than a year ago. He the big corporations, Howard
warming themselves and
ment at repressive tactics requested authority to trans-' said.

relaxing. that only spur rage to greater port fish and fish products The 45-year-old Howard is
"They looked at Grant at
his intensity. Resentment at westward from the Boston- the only black trucker in the
red eyes and mudspattered -
the shameless flouting of laws Worcester area to the Mid Commonwealth of Massachusetts -

look I uniform like you, and Just said came: "You from byrovernmentslaws sup- Y ;: west and to return by hauling He jias been under con
fair ""west stant pressure from the trucking -
Hell. How did you find it posedly guaranteeing met and meat products
there?" housing, Integrated schools, ward. .. industry and from the

"Just the here economic opportunity."And None of Howard's witnesses citizenry of Worcester, who
same as
replied Grant. "All the the poor are resentfulthat appeared at the hearing. A- fear reprisals resulting from
gov- billions of his action to move Into the
erment men were closest to billions upon moor those expected to attend'
the fire." dollars are going to fight a the hearing were Senator Edward national freight hauling mar-

II "And you are closest to the War that no one wants, a war 1 t Brooke, Senator Edward ket. The trucking industry,

fire -- closest to the very that is claiming the lives.of Kennedy, Mayor Joseph Cad- in Worcester is one of the

: real I fires that have gutted their sons, who are asked to din of Worcester, Mayor Kev- largest in the nation.

I whole sections of some cities, fight and d'e for what they are in White of Boston, representatives His one-year effort to obtain

closest to the fires of social not ay* to gut here at home. from various commu- interstate authority has

and economic discontent that "T>r; Is! A real danger that nity organizations and companies been plagued with difficulties.
the of society !a7iOE!= r _._ ,Three ICC practitioners resigned -
polarization our innsj. expressing a need for
,I rage across our land., wlljencourage wilder and wilder CHINA! LAKE, Calif.--Commander Jackie Cooper, (left) prewho: competed with nine outer candidates for the coveted !wont Howard's services.The his case because of
"Your cities are in crisis. sents the "Bluejacket of the Year for 1969' Plaque to Air Conof "Bluejacket of the Year,"receivedmort than $2,000 la
acts by people who are either pre- Interstate Commerce what they termed as "Con
We call it"Tie urban crisis," trolman First Class Augustus C. Stephenson and his wife, Sail- ,sents during the ceremony In addition toa six-day all expense- flict of ". His
who interest present
Irresponsible or are Commission
I the "crisis of poverty," or a ie, at an awards ceremony in China Lake,.Calif. Stephenson ''paid trip to Las Vegas. deliberatelyfa.Ued -
dozen other terms. Let's be driven to uncontrollable rage to send a notice of the attorney, Leonard Steinbane,

blunt about it .-.what they all by the callousness of our '0- hearing to his supporters, is unfamiliar with ICC laws

add up to Is'race. ciety. most of whom are white ship- and, at the Boston oral hear

"The many problems that "And I do not necessarily Bluejacket Of Year Receives Special Gifts ping customers, Howard said. ing, was subject to much rU'

face the city can all be boiled speak of minority groups here. The hearing examiner (name dicule by the protesting attorneys >
The bombings In New York withheld) insisted on conduct- .
down to the fact that there has LAKE "
CHINA six-
were done by white people, Callf.-A: Ing the two-day hearing Howard is also the first black'
occurred with in this centuryone day all expense-paid trip to "Bluejacket of the Year" a- encouragement throughout his my face, because there's no even
although I don't'dear con- after Howard's businessman in Worcester to
of the largest migrations any wards banquet sponsored by 14-year naval He al- lawyer pro-
Las Vagas, a check for $800, career. way that I can express in
demnation of all whites for tested the that his become eligible for a loan
in history -- the mass migration four $50 gift certificates and the Indian Wells Valley Council so thanked the command per- words the thanks ; I have in on grounds
of black the actions of a handful. But in China Lake Calif. client would not get a fair and from Small Business Admini
I people from $50 in Gold Bond trading sonnel at the Naval Air Facility my heart at this moment.: "
\ rural areas to the cities of In the same week that four stamps were Just a few of the 'The award wu announced by for placing his name IncootneUon. "Steve," as he is called by impartial hearing. stration. Although Howard'soriginal
white people were arrestedfor Naval The examiner said that he request was $250,
the North and South. Reserve Commander his
many presents that Air Con- shipmates, has been assigned
"The problems of the cities terrorist bombings, a trolman First Class Augustus Jackie Cooper, star of the hit "When I give my little boy to the Airways Divl- would recomment to the ICC 000 .which would have allowed
handful, of black people dIs- a decision to deny Howard'sapplication him to acquire 10 pieces of
the series "
are problems created by C. Stephenson received as the "Heanesey"Cooper something that pleases him, sion of the Operations Department
discrimination, past and pre rupted a meeting called to Naval Weapons Center's motion picture executive he said in his acceptance talk, of the Naval Air Facility for Zl-stateautho- highly sophisticated diesel

sent, and by the city's Inability discuss a new masterplan. for "Bluejacket of the Year of in Hollywood, flew to "his face lights up with a for more than two years.In : city because Howard's witnesses tractors and refrigerated
to absorb the black and the city of New York apian 1969." China Lake for the occasion. glow--and I know he is grate- his present status, Steve failed to appear at the hear trailers, SBA slashed his request

brown immigrants of today that did not Include sufficient Stephenson, who competed Upon, accepting the top a- ful even though he doesn't say serves as a tower supervisor, ing. and granted him a loan

with the success in which it consultation with the commu- vlth nine other candidates for ward, Stephenson expressed an alternate division career The ICC is expected to rendera Instead for $21,000 to buy one

absorbed European immigrants heard nity -all and blacks Immediately condemned, we the coveted honor,received the his appreciation to his wife, so."By the same token, I hopeyou Appraisal petty officer, and decision before the end of this .

of several generation emolument Sallie, for her support and can see the in FAA
l :. for our "Impatience" and our of. the annual ,s. .gratitude as an examiner.

ago."The concentration Slacks i "militancy" and lack" 'of respect -' 'Lei .f J pl;; i: \ .1'' ,II ,. 'J IJJl1IJ'lW9,1f- Ifd1 '.II"u1.., ---- Author: Of' '"Fire Next .,TI..'",

the and center,'other cities minorities,and the'within flight Mr. Young.for\ ,law near and the close order.of" Temple U. Announces Ala. Youth Pride, Inc. Gets(; I

of the white middle class to the address said; "I call today Pious Returning' To America

the suburbs, has brought withit for a New Democratic S. Recruitment $2,567,000 Fund Uplift .
problems thaC"calllnto" ques Coalition to secure Justice
tion through formulation of national STANBUL, Turkey:--James not a sign of exile. Rather,
democracy.the very.survival of our ,' goals and priorities" He ,MONTGOMERY, ALA.:--Alabama State University visited WASHINGTON, D.C.Youtli Pride, Inc., of this city has been .Baldwin, one of American's he has been thinking writing

"These newcomers came to felt that the coalition must recently by Dr. Maxwell Lurls, Professor of English at Temple funded by the UJS. Department of Labor Jn the sum of $2,567, foremost fiery and provocative planning. He is writing a new

the transcend narrow hate and University in Philadelphia 000 noting the fourth such Job and training contract granted the writers, called by somean "civil rights analysis, "No
city to seek economic
and better lives opportunity for exploitation, a coalition of the According to Dr. Ralph J. Bryson, Professor Head of Alabama inner-city training project since its incept n In August 1967.The "ideologist," has not given Name in the Streets." H e

their families. Other groupsin decent, the just, the good in State's English and Foreign Languages Department, the renewal contract was Possibly of greater Import- up the fight for civil rjghts plans a lecture tour of Ame-

the past found the unskilled our society., purpose of Dr. Lurls trip was to recruit primarily black students signed recently by City Manpower ance than the clean-up Job As a matter of fact, Baldwinis rican campuses next year.

Jobs and relative acceptance "I call for a coalition of for graduate studies at Temple in English. Administrator, Horace done by the Pride "dudes" is said to be "simmering" In The noted author feels that

builders .Holmes, U.s. Departmentof tha fact that the Istanbul where be has been In I the civil
that brought full equality within versus destroyers; Dr. Lurk related that the organizationhad I rights struggle died
a short period of time. of decency versus hate; of program is a special effort University who alive been selected Labor, and Pride's Executive performed a needed service residence for some years. with the slaying of the late

"But today's newcomers find unity versus division; of courage funded by the University, the as being among the Directors, Marlon Barry to the "dudes" them- Baldwin, whose books,among Dr. Martin Luther King, .Jr.

a highly technological society versus cowardice; of Federal Government and private country's most outstanding and Mrs. Mary Treadwelltheorganization's selves. For the first time, them "The Fire Next Time," Baldwin has not lost hope/

that provides few opportunities hope versus despair. I call foundations to encourage campus leaders. executive directors on a significant level, some has been widely read In America He said that extremism in A-

for the unskilled and un- for a coalition of active doers black students to do English Campus nomlnatingcoramit- for Operations and tangible thought and planned and abroad. His books have merits, violence, riots, uprisings -
and tees and editors of the annual Program Planning respec- consideration afforded been correct and all will
educated. And they find themselves versus passive apathy of graduate studies so that was rhetorically depend upon
enclosed by ghetto dreamer versus the pinched,, northern predominately white directory have Included the tively. The grant will support those who desperately sought his philosophy cannot be ex- the attitude of the American

walls -- walls of racist fears fear-ridden haters." Universities may recruit themas names of these students based on-the-Job training programsfor self-reassurance and desireda celled. white man. He expresses no

walls of exclusion, walls thickwith And, coutlnued Mr. Young Instructors after completion on their academic achievement 1,000 Inner-city "dudes", helping-hand,useful involve However, like other Blacks, pessimism about the future.

hate and high with "If we must have separationand of work. service .to the community ages 14 to 25. ment and something to look Baldwin became fed up with He said the mentioning of his
pression. p- division inthls country let The students who will be leadership in extracurricular The trainees will be employed to with pride. the American thesis and went! plans indicates that be seesa

"So the blackandbrownnewcomers U be on this basis -. the good named shortly, will report activities and future po primarily by Pride EC- Records show that 90 per away from the United States. future that will speak for

to the city don't have versus' the bad. 'Temple in September, 1970. tential. nonlc Enterprises, Inc., tbeorganization's cent of Pride's trainee-en- BaldwIn, interviewed in his itself.

the opportunities other "The foundations of such a This is the first direct recruiting -' 'They join an elite group of economic development 1 rollees havemultiple Jail records apartment near the Bosphorus, A collision course stands in

had to get their fair share groups of New American Coalition must contact between Ala- students selected from more arm which operates showing( an average of said, "I am In some ways the way unless both races get

the fruits of this society. As be laid. by black people who bama State and Temple Uni than 1,000 institutions of high four corporatedivlalonswhich four years in prison with some the last Black victim of assas together. He.said he will do

their ghettos swell and expand Insist on their equal placeIn versity. er learning in all 50 states, include a chain of American '' having spent as many as fifteen sination' of my generation" everything In his power to shutoff

;j as more and more whites America and by concerned The 1968-69 edition Who's the District of Columbia and Oil Company service stationsa years behind bars. Bladwin's works are knownto power explosions. He said

cling to irrational prejudicesand white people who will Join us Who AmongStudents in American several foreign nations I a, landscaping and gardening These men were put into millions, but perhaps not to he waS' in agreement with the

'I fears and finally abandon in working toward the goal Universities and Colleges'will North and South America, firm,. a painting and maintenance Jobs and positions of respon- too many younger Black Americans. late Dr.- Martin Luther King

II the city, our urban centers of an open, democratic society ;carry the names of 30 Phillip Joseph White repre- company and a candy sibility. Despite the fact that Jr., that the Vietman war and

I come to resemble volcanos based on equality for all.. students from Alabama State sents Fort Myers, Fla. factory. PEEl also has on Pride leaders expected that 'The 45 year-old writer said the civil rights struggle are

with the molten lava of "Black people have a responsibility the drawing board a 39. they. would have problems,the that his residence In Istanbul related. ;,
to persist Intheir million all-purpose, ultramodern experiment seemed to have .
frustrated dreams to And
ready Colleges .
Universities auto service center .
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erupt at any moment. demands for Justice. been of significant.success. 'r -- t
"Some of your cities have that the races need each other, open next year. The current chairman,Winston ,, '

already experienced such e- therefore the coalition Is of MONTGOMERY--Tbe University's newly created Office of De- In addition to working the Staton, Is one of the older
ruptlons. Others know that utmost importance. velopment launched Its first Annual Fund Drlveton November' Pride business ventures, the dudes. He beads a board of only the

I 25, 1969 extending through February 28, 1970. The fund has young men will be assigned to directors which consists of will do
set $10,000 as its goal for the first year. projects Involving cleaningof both enrollees and professionals :
The Annual' Fund will be streets and alleys, pbbllc and Pride's
r : ., a yearly campaign to raise unre- serves as VASELINE PETROLEUM JEllY
stricted gifts by mail and housing maintenance, com- I
personal contact with alumni, faculty headquarters supervisor. help
i PAY' Toll KIN AM WATER staff, and friends of the University. The purpose of the munity development andbeau- Pride's three key architects sh..from prevent diaper diaper change:
and ratcontrol..
Annual Fund is to help support the ongoing operational needsof remained together until recently todiaperchange.with
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SILLS the University, such as curriculum Improvements The story of Pride started when oust of the orrantuUon's continuous film,
AT STOKE ; faculty : providing -
I August, when it was
development; student' aid; and scholarships and minor capital executive directors, a moixture shield. Especially :
granted a UJS. Department of
improvements. Carroll Harvey, accepted a formulated for
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Sundries Goods-Candles. ;. hare t beea able 10 afford one la the past. the Important Task Force Report on Telecommunications
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Howard U. Business Guidance Center Expands For Greater Community Service I


. Inner lisiness Looms As Urban League Reader 1 Printing' In Atlanta' Spoken Arts Features

Important Factor Hacks AII ..I.IJNEW

Joins UillctilMe.l.
The Howard University Small Business Guidance Devtlop-

ment Center is expanding its unique successful training pro- ROCHELLE;New York Klein said.
gram for small businessmen to provide additional services Five of America's outstanding Yet, Dr. Klein believes that it "
leading to. more.profits. .and community improvements.According EffortThe 4 black poet reading their own is for his poetry that Mr.Johnson t"
10 ur. wuiora 1.. techniques developed in the wJ. works are included In the most will be remembered. He",
White, Director the Center Joint management skills comprehensive audio anthologyof is heard mike anthology read-"
seeks to take four major stepsto course for "inner city"imau National Urban League American poetry ever pub- ing one of his most famous "'
meet the needs of the Inner businessmen now being offer- is Joining forces with the lished, The Spoken Arts trea- poems "The Creation" from ".
city business community ed in conjunction with George Publicity Club of New Yorkin sury of 100 Modern American God's Trombones which has
These include: 1: Longer town Poets Reading Their Poems. been critical '
University.Dr. a move to bring public relations earning praise
courses designed to eventuallyto Henry G. Scharles, Professor and publicity "know- "Black poets are as Integral since 1927. '1>
earn a. two year Associate of Management said: how" to representatives of to the American literary Langston Hughes reads six"
Arts degree Small Business "This is the first Joint pro-' grass rootscommunity groupsIn scene as Carl:Sandburg,Robert of his poems "Still Here",'*
Administration or a four year gram of its kind offered by the metropolitan area. Frost, Edgar Lee Masters "The NegroSpeaks of Rivers""
B.A. ,degree. 2: Develop an two major schools in the area The two groups are sponsorIng or Archibald MacLeish, "Negro", "Poem", "Merry-
evaluation system to measurethe The success of both these pro-' a series of seminars aim- all of whom are included in Co-RoiuxTand "Cultural ExJ J
businessmen's weaknessIn grams have already been assured ed at assisting community organizations ; /' /' 1L-----. the Treasury" Dr. Arthur change". "The Negro Speaks:
business skills and provide by the results said In graining greater : : luce Klein, president of Spoken of Rivers" Is considered one'*
opportunity acquire the Scharles, who Is co-director of visibility in their own Arts, Ins., New Rochelle of the most beautiful lyrical'-'
required training or remedial the management skills program neighborhoods.The and producer of the 18 long- poems in modern English. He
education necessary for with Jackson. "Tto first course deals with meth- playing record anthology,said. also tells about how be came
improved business operation. Joint business training effortof ods of approaching newsmen, "The anthology which starts to write these poems. ';
3: Coordinating the Center's these two universities both editors and other news per t't\ J with a rare recording Edgar James Weldon Johnson wrote '.
training program closely with over a hundred years old, sons to get stories used. Emphasis -, 'o Lee Masters reading from of Countee Cullen, "Even as'-
the SBGDC's Community Re- has been an outstanding success is placed preparation 'Spoon River Anthology' and a.boy he had a lively and penetratlng -
lations program and trade association he said, "Thirty four of speeches news releases 11r ends with 34-year old Robert curiosity about life,
program to help .prospective; business tad annual reports and how to. J Delly reading his 'Sonnet 7' and this quality In him is the '.:
stimulate economic development business owners participatedIn raise funds frocommunltyor- fl /; covers the American experience malnsprlngof nearly all his' '
in the area. 4: Expandthe the program this fall.Twenty ganizations. : as felt and interpretedby poetry. It is the chief tea \
programs for specialized seven completed the course. Six seminarsbavebeensche. the great poetic voices of son that the body of his poet:
groups such as food service and received certificates. Attendance duled in the National Urban 1J the last 100 years; Dr. try constitutes a 'criticismof
supervisors minority contractors throughout the fifteen League's offices at 55 East Klein stated. life'. It does this more
nursery school ad week sessin averaged better 52nd Street in New York City. "The entire panorama of life completely than the work of "*
ministrators and other groups than 85 percent." The first session got under- ra as experienced by the expatriate any other of the major Negro
organized Intj trade associations Most of the students felt way Tuesday November 25th' ( poets-Gertrude Stein and poets." In the Treasury Mr. '*
.to Improve their bust-, they got a lot out of the program past. The remaining five1 ,," Ezra Pound-.the southern agrarians -, Cullen reads "Heritage", in *,

ness. Jackson said. Twenty,, seminars are scheduled for ........: the Iraagists, the which he seeks to discover
The new program will be five registered for anadvance December 9th, January 6th, poets of the prairies and New what Africa means to him.
measured against the agency's class in management skills January 20th, February 3rd : England, the political activists Owen Dodson reads "Reun- *
tated goal-of management de- Georgetown after ,reviewing and February 17th. The meet- { ?. such as AUen Ginsberg are Ion", "One Day" and "Black
velopmentincreasing busi- the first class, has agreed to ings are from 6:30 p.m. td 8 '. I Included No experience is Mother Praying," Dr. Dodson *:
ness ownership and expansion give three credits toward a p.m. on the main floor Room I omitted. Any anthology could is currently professor of drama -
employment The responsibility degree American and Ho- 101. Shown with a student (seated) who is using the reader-printer for the first time, at Atlanta only be complete if it included' at Howard University. A-
for implementing the ward are both considering University are (left to right) Mrs. Mexico Mlckelbury, librarian, Spelman College Atlanta; the poems of) Countee Cullen, bout, Dr.Dodson's poetry Time
program,Is held by Burt E. tending credit on the same Dr. Richard A. Long, professor of English Atlanta University and director of the Universi Langston Hughes James Wel-' magazine said recently"Such 'twork
Jackson Management Training basis. ty's Conference on African and African-American Studies ((CARS); and Dr. Virginia lacy don Johnson, Owen Dodson and.: stands peer to Frost,
and Special Projects Officer According to Jackson and Jones dean, School of Library Service, Atlanta University one of the nation's mose widely Gwendolyn Brooks.whorecountan !Sandburg and otter white A- *'
Scharles the Georgetown Ho- recognized leaders in library science. American experience too merican poets who are constantly -
Since late 1964, the Center ward program adds a new long neglected." They tell recited In ourschools."
has concerned Itself with the dimension to adult education Microfilmed Libraries how it is, from the early stir. Pulitzer Prize winner '
improvement of managementskills for inner city residents. It Given 'Two And Half Million rings of black revolt to the' Gwendolyn Brooks, reads five
for minority owners and combines the formal discipline current struggle for completeselfdetermination poems; "Kitchenette Build- ''

managers In the metropolitan of higher education with To Black Colleges In America Quit' Cigarette Habit' ,"Dr.Klein ing", "The Preacher Rumi- '
Washington area, the training the practical experience of said. nates Behind the Sermon",
officer explained Black businessmen." An estimated 1.4. million This brings to 2 1/2 million James Weldon Johnson, a "Three Sonnets from The
Recently however' a new As a result of such projects peolpe gave upciglJ'ettesmok- the number who have Joined graduate lawyer, U.s. Consulto Children of the Poor"The -
business tralnlngprogramhas Howard's Small Business ATLANTA Ga.,:-- Microfilmed eluded Lerone Bennett, Jr., tag between August 1967 and the ranks of former cigarette Venezuela and Nicaragua, Ballad of Rudolph Reed';and 't
been developed at the Howard Guidance and Development libraries of Afro-Ame- editor of EBONY and visiting August 1968, according to data smokers since June 1966. A secretary of) the NAACP poet "We Real Cool: The Pool
'campus based on a developed Center has earned an International rican historical materials professor at Martin _Luther released today by the National former smoker is defined as novelist teacher opera libret- Players Seven at the Golden -
psychologlst were Installed recently in 38 King Institute Atlanta; Dr. tist, probably had the most Shovel"
by leading reputation for Its innovative -' Center for Health Statistics one who had smoked at least .
Dr. David C. McClellandof training program to predominantly Negro colleges Vincent Harding director Health Services and Mental ,100 cigarettes In his entire versatile career of any poet Miss Brooks' poems are'
Harvard University. aid "inner city" businesspeople in the U.s., the United Negro Martin Luther King Institute; .Health Administration life in the entire anthology" Dr. mainly concerned with injustice -
In June 1967, the Economic College Fund announced. Mrs. Jean Hutson,' curator' ,
Development Administration, Each year these programs Included are materials from', Schomburg Library; Assoc. I.
U.s. Department of C o mmacfgqptyactgd have reached an increasing the famed Schomburg Collec- Prof. Herbert F.Johnson,head
Dr. tion of Negro Literature and librarian Hamllne University -
with number of minority twines*
McCMW bd 1bt tIo.arcl.ii I tVU:: and each1' ytttWfN* History of the New York City and director of the unlver-
Small Business Center to con gram has been adjusted to Public Library never previ "slty's Conference on African
duct, training program designed meet the current needs of ously available In colleges. and African-AraerlcanStudles Old
to increase the Job- these entrepreneurs says Concurrently 76 librariansand (CAAS); Dr.Lucius Pitts,president Give \ylor
creating and income genera- Jackson. professors one of each Miles College Birmingham -
ting capacity gf a select group During the first quarter of from each college attendeda Ala; and Raymond
at Washington Small business the 1969-70 fiscal year the three-day workshop on the Barzey 3M M/Press librarian -
,owners. Center offered ten training materials and equipment al New York City. .
The utilizes the Atlanta University Schoolof Moderators of the workshops
new program programs. These programs
achievement motivation techniques had 288 enrollees which Is Library Service in Atlanta were. Dr. Virglna Lacy Jones .
developed in experimental > 68 percent of the total en The microfilmed libraries dean, School of Library Service : for all it's worth.
programs for minority! rollees' of all of last year and the workshops were made Atlanta Unlverlsty, one '
businessmen conducted y the the training officer said In possible by grants to the United of the nation's most widely .
Center in cooperatlonwtthDr. offering evidence of thepro- Negro College Fund from recognized leaders in library
McClelland.The gram's growth and effectiveness. Mining Company (Minnesota science and Prof.Casper Jor-
.dan of the School of Library
program also uses the Manufacturing Co.)
and the Hill Family Foundation Science Atlanta University.
St. Paul, Mina The grants Atlanta Univeristy at.which When you give Bourbon why not give Old 4. Old ylor i a OF
I Miss Black America Strange Mite of sox.I I exceed $700,000 all aimed at the workshops wereconduotedis Taylor the top selling, premium-priced Bourbon in si ed origi h Ano er
enabling students to research one of the predominantly America. We can prove it's worth the extra money st the net t TOPMOSTCUSS
and learn history from original Negrolns ituttonsinAtlanta There are about six reasons why; f t would imi o .
Common Words documents. which, comprise Atlanta University -
Pageant To Travel "Do-it-yourself history is Center the first such 5. Nothing's changed
more demanding but more cluster of colleges in the U.S. cc Coi. Taylor put these
Twenty-seven groups of en- \"LOVE" In t e n n I.'. "love" satisfying and informative In addition to the 36 mem- r P I I, Byu> three words on the label.We .
tertainers representing a means no score, a puzzling term students" according to one ber colleges of the United < ; ,, still use the same costlysmallgrainstendourmash
wide type of showmanship; for It makes no sense -until you of the workshop leaders Dr., Negro College Fund, four
know the ret.0 n. In France, .
will jo1nservlcem andwomen Richard tt. Marsh, professor other organizations receivedthe r as lovingly-still do every
where the the
overseas during the coming term for no game score originated was 1'oef" of history and chairman of gifts two other predomi- oe s thing just as the Colonel
holiday season. ,,meaning "egg" just u Americans the department at Hamllne University nantly Negro Colleges (Rust 1. Old Taylor was ? "{ did it.
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meaning the same thing a University for two and Hampton Institute Hamp-
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big zero on the score board. To years has offered a course indoltyogrsell ton, Va.) and two branches of ? w
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!II Albany State's Joe Reddick Leads To 10198lictory Over Valdosta State I

I OR College Composes Moms11 Mobley Touch Football Experts-EastsMe Ckr_ers Ellis, Lewis Aid Jones

f RALEIGH, N.C.:-Work has begun on the demolition of the old Resigned with Join IR ChmfliRfl Led

Thomas Building, long a familiar and hvjorle landmark on the
Saint Augustine's College Campus, located in Raleigh. T b t 1
building is being torn down to make way for a new and modern Mercury. Corp. VALDOSTA, Ga.f-A 25-foot Jumper by Albany State's J o *-

women's dormitory to be erected as a part of Saint Augustine't Reddick with 1:3'l1eJt in an overtime period, snapped a 96-all

new long range development program for which it is prepatlng I deadlock and sent the "running, gunning" Rams soaring on tot

to launch the first major Capital Funds Campaign in its One CHICAGO the:-Jackie "Moms"Mabley .t a scintillating 101-98 triumph over favored...Valdosta State

j' ,Hundred and Two Year History. ian spry septogenar- College here Tuesday night.. free throws in a-oneandonefoul
comedienne and "
Construction of the Thomas Building was begun in 1911 as a singer, Reddlck's basket broke over situation after the Rams
dormitory for young women. Later is was converted into a has been re-signed to an exclusive a nlp-and-tuck thriller that stole an in-bounds pass from
recording contract by
I dormitory for young men. In 1950,the building was damaged by : wa deadlocked seven timesIn Valdosta State's Carlos Mc-
fire of an undetermined origin, at which time the top floor has Mercury Record Corp., if the last 6:46 of the contest. Swain with 12 seconds to go
been announced Mer-
'was completely destroyed. Many citizens of the area will recall a I Trailing by as much as 15 under the Rebels' basket.
the manner in which local and state colleges, organizations cury president,Irwin .Stein- \ f points in the opening 20 Harlow hit a college career

and Individuals rallied to the cause and generously) contributed to berg.Moms most recent releasewas minutes of play,38-23,Albany high of 29 points, 22 in the
the replacement of books and clothing lost by students in the fire. and State came back In the second second half, and literally
"Abraham Martin
The building was repaired and occupied young men until 1966 s half, got its offense in gear lassoed Valdosta State's high.
John her eighth LP since
when Lynch Hall for men was built. she joined in 1966. e r I' I and chopped down the Rebel Willie Oxford, holding him to a
structure designed by Scoville Mercury lead, tying the ,exceedingly 5 Oxford had
The new dormitory, six-story The title track was also a hit I mere points.
and McGee, local mhletects, will house approximately 200 rough game at the find of regulation been averaging 23.6 points per

women. It will provide facilities for proper study and living single. .r .. play, 92-111 on a bucket game.
Her next LP will be recordedlive 'r
atmosphere. Each floor will include a study lounge with.carrels at Prison I I ,. ... ,( from the corner by Howie Right on the heels of Harlow
Sing Sing n .
for privacy, a recreational lounge for leisure activities,as well i "" I Harlow with ::18 to go. in Ram scoring was Reddick

as a kitchenette for preparing snacks. Laundry facilities and 0sslnlng Moms is,,most New famous York. for her {!.t. ( ... r{ \\\f' .'j 'p' Fired up after a dismal 39- with 25 markers, followed by
large lounge and recreational areas will also be provided.The '\ '. '. I ff. "': I ,poiot first half that left them Clarence "Cowboy"Ellis,who1
f black-flavored humor that hasbeen 'i 'i I ..
new facility will cost something in the neighborhood of the of audiencesof *; _, ;to J, r J1 "" traWnr39aUnterm1ss10n, sat out the last 9 minutes
one million dollars. The stuucture will be financed partly by a all ethnic delight backgrounds for ''Touch football is rapdly"maTlng! iis way among toe major sports. Enthusiasm for the game is the Rams got them "run andrun" aver fouling out, andCaldwell

federal loan from HUD and from private sources along with She has spreading fast in Jacksonville. So popular has It become that the Bold New City now afforttf offense in motion and ,Jones with 15 tallies each.
decades. appearedon
the Capital Funds Campaign. andmtelevisiondurlog a Black team which plays Integrated Above are the-Easts. Chargers The Chargers had cashed in 25 of 47 baskets Kennie Lewis was not far off
With spectacular grandeur, and in the beautiful setting of stage the past 45 somewhat of a bad year, but there were spots of victory. They won four awards from the East for 53% from the floor to over with 13 points.
Union "Miss Saint Augustine's Col- years. Community of Concerned Citizens of the come the Rebel lead and We 39 of 80 attempts
the Student Building, In but with scorching (21st Eastslde. The team won four games, lost four,1 The Rams hit on
lege" was officially crowned, Saturday, November 22, at the effect, she, has recounted the in the first half of the season In the second half of the season the Chargers won six and lost shouts of the extremely par- from the floor for 49%
Twelfth Annual Coronation ceremonies. Miss Carolyn Laverr 3.. There la a total of 10 wins, seven losings. The Chargers made history this year when they* tlsian Valdosta State crowd. accuracy and 23 of 35 from
imaginary experiences everything -
Fisher, a 21 year old senior, health and physical education from a Negrodrlver became a part of the sports program of the Jacksonville Recreation Department. Seen above, After taking the 98-96 lead the foul line, while Valdosta
major from Brooklyn, New York, received her crown from the from the left, are: Charles Spencer,Head Coach,Miss Betty Jackson, Team Sweetheart, Alon- with. 1.37 to go in the :final ,pushed 42 of 82 shots in from

outgoing queen, Miss Lorraine Green, a 1969 graduate from: attempting in the purchase South to the gasoline tale 10 (Bearer) Hobb, Most Valuable Player, Harry Fields, President of East 21st Community moments of the overtime stan- ithe floor and cashed in 16

Manhattan, New York. Larry,Brown, a Junior from Greer, S. .of a southern election offic- Citizens, presenting awards;George Spencer, Captain. Otherawards were presented to David za. Reddick cashed in the two of 25 free throw
C. was master of ceremonies. Patterson outstanding quarterback Willie (Buttermilk Patterson
ial ordering a black regis ) Outstanding lineman,Johnny -
.;In giving the official welcome, President PreznellR.Robinson trant to "recite the consti- Fields, outstanding offensive player and Charles Spencer;Coach of the Year. --Bob Smith
,aald to "Miss St. Aug.": "The students have rightly bestowedthis tution backwards". Fashion Studio Photo.North Southern Reciil Conflict
honor upon you. You fill eminently all other criteria so

I necessary for this coveted position. Beauty Is more than "If history there when was people ever a neededto timein Reported As less ViolentNASHVILLE
I pigmentation. No longer do we accept standards of beauty
imposed upon us by others. ,We have set our own standards, laugh,then now is the time,"
and we are proud of them" Moms said recently. Carolina Has Beaten Tenn.:--Racial conflict in the South is less vio-

In her acceptance speech, Miss Fisher said, "1 feel proud, lent and less tMMe! than it was a few years ago, but it still

,excited and in love with all of you. You have made a dream exists' and an examination of recent strife in two southern
come true for any girl. I must symbolize our heights of glory Bethune OfficiilA I towns reveals more contrasts than similarities with the past.

and loyalty. This world is in such an uncertain state.-there First Four Opponents With That is the gist of a report ell on Human Relations' 1 n

seems to be peace nowhere. I pray that we may find peacein issued today by :the Race Relations Somerville.
our school." Ford Consultant Information Center, a Official state reaction has

private agency which prepares been characterized by neutra-

Ease And Scores Journalistic studies of lity in Tennessee and by per-
D1,.Joe Johnson, Jr., Associate Big
South Carolina State Professor of Chemistryat various aspects of race relations sonal intervention in Arkan-
Bethune-Cookman College in the United States. sas. In contrast to resistanceled

was named a consultant to The RRIC report on pro- by Gov. Orval Faubus in
Homemakers In Meeting The Ford Foundation, New Vlriiiii State Lost When NC tracted racial strife in For- Arkansas 12 years ago, the

fist City, Ark, and Somer- current governor, Winthrop
York. He will Committee
serve on a -
ORANGEBURG, S.C.The: able training grooming,un vllle, Tenn., shows that both Rockefeller tried to meditate -
for the Advanced Study'FeUowshlps
South Carolina Department of derstanding working with of Black Faculty TriiMphed. With 100-74 communities are in majority- the present crisis. Hi?
Public families within the social service black counties where
Welfare and
South Ca- ( pre-ca- efforts have met with some
Members according: to MarkC
rolina State College have completed plan,. working with the pital Income is low and an

a highly successful 'elderly, making beds andbath- ,Ebersole Ford foundation., Program Advisor GREENSBORO, N.C.--North Carolina ALT, paced by the super freshmen and sophomores agricultural economy still success on statewide issues

homemaker service orientation Ing the elderly and sick and JohnsonrecelvedhdsD.S : has knocked off Its first four basketball opponents in easy style. predominates. Negro pro- involving race, but have not
Dr. .
Institute in the Home understanding and working tests in both places have taken had much effect in Forrest
Economics The home- degree from Tennessee State The Aggies' latest win was Walker and Daryle Cherry City.
Division of South with children. Elmer the form of boycotts, and
led ALT with 16polnts.
Carolina State College. makers also.received tips on ,University and the Masters and an Impressive 100-74 triumph with .15 points each, Black- the philosophy of nonviolencehas Press coverage of the two
in 15 and
Austin kicked points
More than 50 homemakersand shopping, nutrition, foods and Ph. D. degrees from the University over Virginia State last Saturday man and Nunnally with 14 Walker 14 characterized the picket- conflicts has been largely limited -
Vernon grabbed
of Minnesota where he' night. Earlier intheweek with 13andChucky to newspapers in Little
each Carter
supervisors from 15 coun- fashions ing, marches and demonstrations
.. was a member ,ofSigma.XJi ALT whipped Elon College ._ rebounds. Rock, Memphis and Nashville.Except .
ties in South Carolina attended Evans with 10. fth round as was true during: ihr
the bpeifing againstthe '
the Institute and gained valu- Scientific Fraternity then downed Asheville and 'In the trials! of the i Triad University of North Caro- height of the civil rights movement for a' few' stories in'
Winston-Salem State tow the Classic, A&T managed to survive broke in the South earlier in New York and Washington papers -
lina at Asheville A&T
second annual Jaycees Classicin a second-half rally by this decade. White resistanceto 'there has been no national
close ball Just
open a game
Greensboro. The coverage.
Winston-SaJeia. Aggies
the protests also bears
before halftime for their 110-
r The Aggles' big guns duringthe ,won the game, 35-84 as fresh- some resemblance to the past, The report suggests several
74 win The lead changed
week were freshman Al Carter possible reasons why current
sharpshooter Al
man being marked on occasion by
Ii IiI Carter and June Harris, scored on a Jumper from the handes 13 times before the 'violence in both communities. civil rights disputes in places
went ahead 30-28 five
r aj sbophmores Milt Nunnallyand corner with 23 seconds left Aggies But the conflicts differ from like Somerville and Forrest
+ Marvin Morris Junior Elmer minutes before Intermission. City no longer attract the attention -
in the game and the Aggies those of earlier years in sev.
Austin and senior ALT never again. of national civil rights
Tommy behind, 84-83. Freshman William eral important respects, the
I Blackman. Carter, a former All-Ame report and it cites these organizations and the press.
I ALT had little trouble In rican high schooler from Mar- Harris came off the bench to examples Among the reasons given are

Call On Zales For downing the Trojans. Ahead tinsville, Va., tallied 15 pointsin ignite 18 the Aggies.while 6-7 He Vernon scored The issues are different; the decline and dispersion of halftime, the Allies the game, 11 of them in the points, Before, they centered on the organized civil rights activity
added 16 and
I continued to it on In the Walker points the shift of protest activities -
pour .crucial second half. The Ag- Senior .law; now, they appear to be
15 rebounds. play-
second half. Seven players ,gies had lead, 51-37 at halftime concentrated on white attitudes to other parts of the country -
TIMEX maker Blackman also -
scored In double figures, with but hit a cold streak Tommy in and on the distribution of pow the dominance of the war
Harris paving the way with midway the second period. chipped er in the community. Treatment in Vietman as an issue, the

16 points. Tommy Blackman, most by police and the courts; passage of,civil rights laws,
Watches He' was followed by Vernon valuable player lathe tourney, the use of courtesy titles,employment the decline of nonviolence as
and a tactic and of integration \asa
I; opportunities representation -
in appointive and goal among many organiza-

I. Coi nssw.e Hawkins1 Colimn elective offices are matters tions, the decline of overt
This Christmas f 'referred to by black protesters. I violence .against Negroes in
I the South, and the decline of

I I''j, I The worst enemy of the A- help this cause or' protect economic and gun power can- Major civil rights organiza- federal government Involvement

''j merlcan Negro today is the A- America from the cancerous not be the sole criteria. If tions such as the Nation Association in civil rights disputes.The .

f 1 merlcan black or white,who evils of racism that reject' black Americans cannot seek : for the Advancement report concludes that
seeks to perpetuate' racism racial of Colored People and the skirmishes in the rind South,
peace and progress if "black power" and a Just A-,
and/or impede America's we refuse to recognize the merlca with the honest assistance -' Southern Christian Leadership though they attract little attention -

J"jkLi' 141e'a social revolution. relevant historical basis. to white Americans,then Conference to name Just outside their Immediate '

Black Americans are seeking The merit of Inviting white they cannot be expected to twohave not entered into area, are'potentially u'
to correct the socio-eco- the disputes and neither In serious as in the past. The
Americans to Join hands with' sacrifice or dilute their struggle -, ,
v } ; f(nomic evils of America that black Americans in the pur- for Justice. Nor can they any major way, have other adversaries, the report says,
[[ have for centuries impaired suit of Justice must be mea-' embrace unhealthy alliances ,groups and individuals such are "a white community accustomed -

If their capacities and kept them sured in terms of sincerity, with white or black bigots as clergymen and college stu by history and tra-
: dependent on the paternalistic commitment and willingness dents. ,The conflicts have been dition to a position of privilege -

'and Inequitable offerings of to share the real fruits of. ,primarily between local and superiority: over Negroes
uiLJ white America. Their Inability democracy. Ones whiteness,' .... forces The one notable exception only a fundamental
u to overcome racial InjustIce _, has been the involve- :'change in attitudes will solve

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JttttWI 21 1SJ

I I South. -Carolina State "Does The Thing" In Second Half Over Voorhees7259- I

Benedict Defeats Morris 4 Miss AII America

Power From FkrMa Tennessee State, Goes On

College In Benefit Game

Banqiet On Eight Game. Journey ;

ORANGE BURG, s.c.-- South Carolina' State College built a :

20-polnt lead in the second halt and coasted to a 72-59 win JaRiary 9 NASHVILLE nnessee State University, 3-0 ontheseason, *

over Voorhees in the championship game of the College of T 1k hits the road for eight games before returning to Kean's Uttle
South Carolina Basketball Tourament Smith-Hammond-Mid Garden Jan. 15 against Oglethorpe College ,
...... ,
.rtotnn Memorial Center .. PITTSBURGH, PA.: The Blue head it McClaln's.:
me voornees team tried to Big hoopsters good but was .i,
The Bulldogs were led by Phil come back but as close as (SPECIALThe addition of a for Grambllng. 13 and play assists that really were out-
Stephens who had 24 points glittering new dimension ,,'
the Royal Tigers came was Southern University Dec.,.15. standing. He could ba
and 21 rebounds. 30-24 with 4:10 in the half. selection of a "Miss All-A After a 10-day rest, Martin's'crew scored a lot more points but "
Three other Bulldogs scoredIn merican Football of 1969"-- in the assists how
The Bulldogs opened the second compete three-day those 19 prove' ,
double figures. to the sixth annual New Pittsburgh ,
Johnny holiday !
half with a hot scoring Quincy College Illinois) unselfish he is.
Thornton had 17 and Courler-RC Cola All- halftime'rTennessee
Johnny Tournament. Leading 60-41 at
spree aad with 9:10 left Voor
Carey and Louis Ross added hees had dropped behind by a r v American Football', banquet Saturday night the Big Blue State went over ,
13 each score of 63-43. festivities scheduled for Jan- unleashed a new style of basketball the century mark for the first
In a consolation game Benedict Late la the game State hit a> uary 9, 1970, has been announced madness Inrolllng over time this season as Ron Dor-':
College defeated Morris The announcement Southern 11587. and Charles Moor- ,
cold spell and Voorhees closed sey ((21)) ,
College, 10395. the gap to eight points but the has been enthusiastically received A full house gave both>Lloyd man ((12)) Joined Neal and MeCUln '
Jackie Dinkins was the high Bulldogs then employed their by college and univer- Neal and Ted (Hound)McClain in double figures ,
man for the Royal Tigers of ball control tactics to ice the .t sity queens and officials standing ovations when they Tennessee State posted sea.*,
Voorhees with 26 points. His victory. Mal Goode, nationally known left the court with 10:17: and son high totals in rebounds

hotshooting in the tournament Named to the AllTournament radio: and television,personality 3:03 left respectively. ((55)), field goal percentage,,
earned him the most valuable team were Carey and with the American Broad- Neal scored 30 points and (47.5)) and free throw percentage -::
player trophy. He had 41 Reggie Williams of' South casting Company in New York, hauled in 15 rebounds while ((63.:) against Southern,
points against ClaOin in the Carolina State, Arnold Warren will present"Miss AllAmerican McClain hit for 25 and bad TIle Jaguars' Link Reid toot'scoring

opening game of the tournament of Benedict College, Din-, f1JtA : Football of 1969" to the :19 assists in a hardwood per honors, however, hitting
and 31 against Bene- bins of Voorhees and Jimmy 300 expected to attend the formance not seen in the Gar for 31 points. .%

dict to put the Royal Tigers Floyd of Morris College.It fabulous sports attraction den since Dick (Skull) Bar- Martin felt his big men-:"i
in the finals South which will be held at the Pittsburgh nett his fall McCorkle Claude''
against was the third consecutiveyear perfected -away Harold ,
Carolina State. that South Carolina State Hilton Hotel Jump shot there. Grant and Albert Alexanderwere -'.
The Bulldogs gained an early has captured the Colleges of Official queens at the nation'spredominantly "Its going to be tough on the improving. r"McCorkle
15-5 lead on the shooting o fLouts South Carolina Tournament. black collegesand road, "said TSU coach E d is beginning tq.
Ross. But Ross pickedup The Bulldogs have a record of universities are eligibleto 'Martin after the win Saturday.* show his potential.and I be.t
his third personal foul with 2-1 for the season. enter the contest,according "We were an inspired team lleve he will develop into a,

13:12 remaining in the first They bested Morris College to winning Mrs. Courier Hazel Garland feature/award writer against Southern. Neal was. real asset for us this sea.
half and Coach Ben Jobe in Smith-Ham- son" :<
Monday night
Columnist who is coordinating

brought him to the bench for the Memorial .

rest Behind of the the half.shoot, ing of Dinklns Center.: The winner the queens'will be contest official Merl Code Of A&T Is Pro Pick I

hostess for the weekend of

football related activities, of ..
which the All-American banquet GREENSBORO, N.&..Mar. was Just no room for an 113-1
St, 'Augistiha College Hears"Tokenism" is the highlight. velous Merl Code, one of the pounder.

I Some 22 members of the most outstanding 'defensive "I was the smallest boy in'
''Courier's 1969 AlPAmerlcai backs ever to play for North my class until I got in the*

Speechwanting 1/ Team, chosen from the nation Carolina AlT this week became Jttth grade," said Code in a
-...;: 's minority institutions ol : the .college's latest recent interview. *
of South Carolina state College Bulldog not only helped put the noted school ill a good lead over higher learning, will be spot' Little All-American. Not to be outdone after the*
perfection now; also "In the field management Voorhees lathe South Carolina College Basketball Tournament brought (honors' to the state lighted Code, a native of Seneca, S. football coach sent him to the"
about lack of discipline,which today, the employment"of blacks of Flof da- Shown shovels Phil Stephens, 6'S", sophomore from' Bartow, who led the Bulldogs "Miss All-American Football C., was picked on the first showers, Code remained with'

he said, maturity'would help Is still tokenism, said to a 72-59 victory over its opponent .. South Carolina State Photo. of 1969," along with her' team of the prestigious Associated his other two loves, baseball'
Clifford Cole American Man
to bring about. He urged Press Little All Ame-
., -
chaperone, will be the guest and basketball.
them against trying to confirm agement Assoication representative of Royal Crown Cola Co., rican Team. He is one of three In baseball, he became the
at forum
bone particular pattern."Employers a campus from North Carolina

Columbus Ga. of second baseman on
co-sponsor starting
look .for something held at November Saint Augustine's 21. Blacksare College Jacksonville U. Rolls the banquet with.The Courier, colleges selected tome team the high school team while

different that makes the prospective ,Just coming into the field Trans World Airlines, Inc.,. Code's selection marked the only a seventh grader.; '
employee stand out"be third time in three that
able to makean New York, will award "Miss years He also led the high school
and have not been
said. AU.American" a trip to Hawaii Aggie players have been na .led basketball team to a regional
Dr. Robert Brigham, on theAMA'S impact. "We seldom find to national teams.Willie Pearson
To Over and a fabulous vacationat championship. .>
Management Intern vice-presidents'a n.d boardmembers Victory Biscayne one of its Hilton Hotelsin formerly with the Miami Even with these honors,Code'
ship Program said that the In management" he Hawaii She will be accompanied Dolphins, made the NAIA All- never lost the desire to play
prejudice problems in man stated. Blacks who are employed American team in 1968 and
by Mrs. Garland, football.AU of the boys on
agement are not blacks, but : in these new positions Of who will provide coverage of Elvin Bethea, star defensiveend my side of town wanted tQ:
do not feel they are being used With Score 160-65
in utilizing all people maxi "Miss All-American's" with the Houston Oilers', play." he said, "and I was:
mally. Salaries for womenare to their maximum potentials, dream vacation made the NAIA team In 1967.' no exception" ;; .
much less.> He warned the students and they arenot earning ade- ..Two other Aggies,linebacker between'
,Clairol, Inc., New York City, Code's break came ,
not to get caught in the quate salaries, he noted., The Dolphins Whipped Mercer I U.) is awarding gifts to.all. entrants Ralph Coleman and corner- his sophomore and Junior year
number of Hacks .
world in which I. back Doug Westmoreland
computer they the :! and Clairol appliances He gained 30 pounds, added..
2.'Io/oOf/ entire
wl ,IM.mwll1.t.wJt thtn 1Ii(? S,1I ) esw managenketatlial&oui iii enoU t I e : ,..11, lwt .and' products the winner, were given honorable mention four Inches", and..becamgthelstaring }
and< not peopl&\He also said, Cole fold the"students'1' that I" "' hn"n WitPMorals' Of J4j'llt( } < ; along with money for the Hawaiian honors on the 1969 Associated quarterback ,.
"Don't, get caught in the trap trip. Cheeseboro Pro Press All-American Team. Apparently he was a pretty
that you set for yourselvesabout "It is 'well to know our his ducts, Inc., of Los Angeles, Coleman is a sophomore and good high school quarterback;
Black Studies, or you"U tory, but blackness has no manufacturer of the revolutionary Westmoreland is a Junior.Code's least he to A&T in
effect on performance" Even 1 t The Jacksonville University tournament continues to' roll on,Jacksonville pushed came
know about next door latest honor is
only a fitting
the accumulation knowledge Mercer last week by a score of 102 to 62: Then the Dolphins came back and whipped Swinger 70 stereo portable that position. When Hornsby
neighbors. You want to be employed climax for the hardwork.
record will Howell became the' Aggies'coach
Biscayne by a. 65, pofnt-lead. 130-65 Saturday. player, give
is no longer a sign of successin _,
as peorje? not black or ing defender. Getting involved he shifted
of its last
The queen one unique season, ,
whit*. Become people oriented management. But how you In the Mercer game Rex to deep the magic working Biscayne Bobcats did In football wasn't easy for
units. Code to cornerback.
the'erson get along with people. morgan, Helms Foundation JU 1s ranked as eighteenth, not have a chance Saturday
The manager today Is Code. As a 118-pound freshman ir
who gets things done Black youth of today, "he All-American; Artis Gllmore, In the AP and twentieth in the, Bight, The score was 130 to': A full schedule Including radio back in Seneca, he was Code, who will graduate
and television June is an honor ma
through people." stated," bring a certain superiority 7'1" two-time Juco All-Ame- UP polls. They are averaging 65.The ,is appearances shooed back into the dressing mathematics
for "Miss All-A anc
A panel discussion took placeIn over the past genera- rican and the greatest player 103 points per game to theiroppoents' Dolphins took a 9-0 lead planned room even before the team' Joring
merican Football of 1969" in
the afternoon with faculty tion. Their resourcefulness, since AlcLndor; Pemboook 66. Coach Williamshas )In the first three minutes. bed its first practice WhereColleges engineering!
and student representatives. experience andcouragewillbe Burrows, .,7' giant; Mike Ble- put together a marvelous Biscayne inched up to 2115. Pittsburgh.

Miss Gloria J.Johnson,director different" ,vins, high school AU-Amerl-, and effective team. Gilmore The Dolphins came up to 58- Seek Live I
: of the Career Planning He cautioned the students about .. oan and transfer from the University ? 'Is slashing the nets with 33 35 at halftime, than hit the

PlacementCenter was the mod their over em!.masts of of Dayton; plus' PPC. and 27 rebounds per '100 mark, for the third time Gifts I
erator. blackness. Impatience i andlet'4 Vaughn Wedeklng, defensive game. Morgan averages 18 in four games. With 8:43 piiE R STAlzrgp OUTLE1ljl' Donors For New
----- - --
'ace and play-making point ppg., Nelson 14, Barrows and minutes left the Dolphins used f/ IN ANCIENT .
guard...were the starters Dublin 10. substitutes. Mike Blevins 'YP'TlANWIZl'TI GREENSBOTO, NC.--"It is fleers fElon College,
College Presidents 6ekfd whom Mercy could not stop. The Dolphins' was 3-0 when scored six of the team's first I'4G ASA much better to give money High Point College, Bennett
A packed house met the Dolphins they went in against Biscayne 17 points and finished with 18. PICTURE SIGN away while you are living than 'College, the University

at Swisher gym. in the Friday. Biscayne lost. They OF /IoUSE I when you are dead." That North Carolina st Greensboro,
Discuss FinancesCHlCAGOC3peclalAn 1T 101 DaaN7r- first half the Dolphins went won over East Tennessee Unl- was the bit of advice given Guilford College and Greensboro

x o.aery o..e..reDON'S into their dressing room witha 'versity by 92-72 and over Nancy Wilson i to. college development officers College
( ) in score of 49 to28. Dolphin; Morehead by a score of 117- last Tuesday at a sym Mortensen said that approximately
meeting: was held in. BE A FISHING SNOB power was there, Chip Dub 63.Artis Watch This Clowns posium at AiT State University 90 per cent of the

spiriting recently and was attended -, Fishermen should be versa- lln, Greg Nelson and' Ifusff Gilmore broke Roger Divorce Sells endowments of AmericanCol-
Chicago leaders of black tile rather than stuck with. on. Baldin came out ,periodically! Strickland's single game redound ( Trying to encourage personsto leges Is received through de-
by ly one angling technique.By 4321' make donations to their favorite
of 25 set in 1962., ferred giving and bequests.
state colleges and land grant being only a fly fisherman Expensive educational institution
"There is definitely an rp-
caster, or r
or only a plug
schools those present were Just 11ght-weight spinning II, 15 ,312 while they are living IS the trend in this method r! giving
Among president gear enthusiast, many an ang Meharry Med. Dental prime) business of Walter ," said MortenseJ.. "In
Dr. Lewis C. Dowdy, Rus- ler loses sight of the fact that LOS! ANGELES:..Nancy Wil I Mortensen, executive directorof fact, it has more than doubledIn
of AliT State, Dr. his real goal is to enjoy his son, because of the laws of the! the Institute for Philanthropic the last seven years."
sell G. Mawbry,vice president sport. Unit Renewal Set State of California must .
give Planning Inc. of New ;York Mortensen urges the develop
Foundation and who don't know, ,1 I.:4
of the Kellogg For those up $150,000 of the assets owned City. to
ment officers encourage
Dr. Maceo Nance, president I trotuna to a length of heavy N NASHVILLE 'l'enn---Ap, of the board; jointly by and Kenneth Dennis
College cord stretched across a riveror regular meeting Participating in the meetingat donors to aid, their favorite
of South 'Carolina State small lake cove, to which proval to plan for the total renovation Following the meeting Me- divored husband. ) : A&T were development of-: institutions,
are attached hoon' on long of the School of Den harry President Lloyd C.Elam The California mutual property -,
Since 1968 the foundation drop lines (13-18 Inches) called, tistry of Meharry Med1cal Col. announced that the dental act makes that neces- '

given more than $1,000,000 to staging.and This then line sunk of hooks under is 'lege was granted this afternoon school received the goaheadto .sarv. 2S.21.41

black colleges.! water baited using rocks for weight. ;: by the trustees' at a plan Its renovating of four According to the news, Den 71.71 7 Crown
stories of existing space. He nis will get the couple's J185, tf Seagram's

said the proposal was made to 000 Clalfornla. home, about Sometimes He's Up, Sometimes :
the board by Dr. William H. $85,000 as his share of her lie', down He Adds, for Christmas.
Allen, dean of the School of record royalty, his share of Subtracts.' He works It all' ,
Dentistry. the firm, plus some stocks, around .'
TONIGHT Allen told the board that bonds and other Investments. .
: architects and consultantshave Miss Wilson said the divorcewas Coming Attraction ;

counseled extensive renovation -', worth the price. Afriend II '
of the dental schooL said that the former husband II ,
"We want to locate the areas had about as much when he '' 41 '2) IIMAN'S : r ''

patients use most on the ground married Miss Wilson as when ,.
1 I I I4HLjA floor and first floor, so that they separated. DAYSNUMIE'RED ((, )

they will\ be-more convenientand Their home does not compare. ..
accessible. We plan, if with Diahann Car roll's or, Ray 3

we can receive funding, to install .Charles' estate. -

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Ph.: 3841354No YORK:-Bill Russell and from an Injury, Harry Edwards CONTINUED FROM PAGE I
,.Archltect;.of the black Life Orders
Jackie Robinson will head a Baptist Church,
panel of outstanding blackath- protest during the 1961 Olym- 3333 Franklin Street, has announced -
lefts on NET'S "Black Jour. 1 I pic Games, Russell, who recently CONTINUED a meeting for the
retired u player-coach FROM PAGE* David! Milliard, highest rankIng ladies of the church
nil" on date to be announced.The kind cCa', plot involved after the
discussion focuses on of the Boston Celtics, after In Kansas City, Mo., on December McCarr has prompted the of the national officers, morning service I
Pep at NlghtONo the part of the black athleteIn spearheading them to NBA I S, three members of InvesUgatlonandhas said that 27, at Berkeley chief of staff, They are: Mrs. Annie U.
Vim or' VlgorcaFcor today's social revolution playoff victories in 1968 and The Justice Department has the organization, in addition "national implication"are Involved. -/ and Roy Masai Lot Angeles, Thomas, Mrs. Barbara Jones. !I
Marital Relations.No.. Participants are Arthur Ashe, 1969; and Robinson, the first many times warned the Soutk to Pete O'Neal, leader, encountered minister of education,remain Mrs. Alma J. Travis, Mrs. I
t I', Sex Desires Incompatibility. ) top-ranked American tennis black member of baseball's about its plans to force Integration. policemen on, the Activists December 16, in Milliard was arrested Decem- Dorothy Goggins Mrs. M.L.
player and a member of the Hall of Fame. Moderator Is Both Deputy Attorney thried floor tithe police head Chicago Jumped further to ber 3 on charges of threatening Polite Mrs. Florence Brown,
Cbeck your PROBLEMS, team that successfully defended William Greaves executive! Genial Richard place rooutsideThis battle took, the support of the Panthers, the life of Presldnet Nixon Miss Cassandra Williams and
I let us show you the way. the Davis Cup this fall; producer and co-host of Klelndienst and Jerris Leonard office of and, In their neighborhoods during a speech to 100,000 any lady who want to work
Confidential No Obligation. Johnny Sample, a starting defensive ."Black Journal" Civil Rights Division Clearance K, Kelly, Chief of where whites reside, put the demonstrators at the Novem- with the nurses corps.
halfback on the 1968 The panelists discuss the. 'chief, emphasized this. Police. whites under a 6 to 6 curfew, ber 15 moratorium In Golden Regular services will beheld
SAIAllliN Super Bowl-winning New York particular pressures con- In Dade County Federal Judge That meeting was called In the first la history. Boss Gate Park. He made bail Sunday. Sunday School
GOOD Jets who is now recovering: ; fronting the black athlete; his '.C. Clyde Atkins overruled order that Horace W. Kim- Mayor Richard J, Daley reacted for that. However, be is currently begins at 9:30: with Deacon
P.O. Box 18-313,Woodbury, responsibility furthering the guments by officials and set brell, general counsel of the by saying, "Ndone has being held on a mis- John E. Singleton and hit
N.J 08096. social revolution; his future Monday as a deadline. He Kansas City Life Insurance the authority to take the law demeanor charge of possession staff of teachers in charge
.. prospects in such athlete- ordered: Full faculty integration Company could discuss Into his own hands." of a concealed weapon. The review will be given by
+ oriented areas as coaching and the transfer 2.00Q charges by Panthers against Rev C.T. Vivian, leader of Htlllard spoke of a"telephone the pastor or an appointee.
w "i M MidwePricts and broadcasting; ana his teachers by February J, with Chief Kelly. The press was the Coalition for United Community book" of arrests and harassments Consecration services begin
lie both on and off the playing an accompanying plan for the there This Involved charges Action, said the mur- against the Panthers. at 1045. Important meetIngs .
field. !same submitted not later thai offraudagalnstChlef Kelly lathe ders have united the Blacks Hewitt said that members include: District No. t
.9' to shop tat Jox 4 Ashe reveals that the U. S. January 13, 19700 payment of a double Indemnity .against what he termed "a have required to post more after church worship; District .
0tea Tlrr4fW Lawn Tennis Association will Judge Atkins also ordered settlement than $200,000 in bail, much '
campaign to oppress, suppress I No. 1, with Mrs.. Mel
bar South Africa from the19'1l .submission of a public integration On December 15 the United and repress, blackpeoI In cash, during the first six ton, 3419 Phoenix, DistrictNo.
Davis Cup unless he is States Justice Department !I'! I
\ :plan February 1.' This M pie months of 1969. S, with Mr. and Mrs. J.
allowed to play in that coun will bring about the transfer ordered a preliminary lives- Attorney Garry said, "They
He said whites would C.. Butler on East 19th, at
a ; Dic. 24 try's open tournament. The of 11,000 students in September tigatlon Into the controversial F.,be permitted to enter the com are interested in harassment, 3:30 p.m., B.Y.P.U., at the
panelists also diacusd'blgotryIn Assistant Attorney "
of 1970. .School officials Shootout. munity during the hours mentioned destruction and genocide. church at 30featurungMist
Oel r At golf and the Influence of had' hoped to maneuver with General Frank McCarr of the"(Ii, and.they .must leavebyepm. According to records, 28 Mattie Cant and others;EvenIng .
Avery Brundage on the Olym- the transfer of 890 students state of Illinois, told newsmen f ." Panthers have been killed in worship 6:30 Tuesday
; ,
pic Games. ,during the year. They had that he bad received pert( Rev. Vivian said, also, that 21 months 7.4S prayer meeting and Bible -
"I've never been so proudof planned to transfer 1,100 mission from the departmed'sdivd y: a Black Tribunal would be Sergeant Daniel Groth of Chicago study, Wednesday, 730.:
Ftlbeiel, individuals as I was of others Judge Atkins hat rights division to go into I convened. It would try Black lead the allegedly"Geno Choir rehearsals of No. 1
; Tommie Smith and John Car- warned the school board to' the investigation. cide" raid.
Judges, Black Policemen Politicians and No. 3 and Friday 8 p.m.rehearsals .
los at the Games 15 M.
Olympic December Whitney
Sorts "read the law On i
:, and other Blacks i for No. 2 and No.
4 says Robinson, recalllngthelr In Gainesville there are some Young, Jr.,. of the National who might suspected of trying 4
protest during the awards ceremony Urban League,.Joined In the ;
2,000 black students In all- .. to hide under the Establish Rev. Wilbur Burgess pastor
following the 200 meters black schools., He said realignment < demands tot a complete and .
'Edgswted Alt. run. "I sometines wish would mean a' thoroudllnv'IUnUon. 1}, mend Policemen ( will deliver both sermons
would b
*33ri I Miicriif we had done the very same "whale of a problem." Lincoln Senator Charles: H. Percy,,I watched.; neignDornooa i; Second Baptist Holds Xmas
thing when we were: out playIng School, which has too Republican-Illinois set4! 1a. Mayor Daley inferred thai
'21st t Myrtle Ave. ball. If we had stood up: many black teachers along D.C., that the .Unite States i counter-charges will resut!
I doubt seriously lithe young- with a black principal, will Civil Rights Commission
In the defeat"et Justice. .He.
'Kills Rl. I sters today would have the' be whittled to 17 by the law., should Investigate the slayings said that police protection Mornina ServiceSecond
same kind of troubles thatthey're ., of the two men, Fred
The Southern Regional Council young would be provided for those''
'Itk I Davis "
having last Saturday accused the Hampton, 21, and downstate living in the communities under -
Looking toward the future of slowdown leader Mark Clark, 22, Pe-
government a ,
the curlew Rev. Vivian .
Durilled in Scotland status of the black athlete, perhaps deliberate. In a recent orla, la the police search! called the curfew a "Black mas morning Missionary services.! :Baptist Church has scheduled Early ChrU.

Edwards says: "We're going report the Council accused for weapons. Curtain." He said the "Cur Carols will be sung under the directlm of Albert P. Henderson.
to have some black managers the Nixon admlnlstratloaof The same day the Chicago
tain" will serve as a protection Rev. James Carl Sams, pastor will deliver, the sermon
before 197 S In this countryor falling to set an example Bar Association asked for a
for both races. i On December 21, the children will be featured In the Sundaj)
the chances coroner's
are that In. for the nation It noted that the blue ribbon jury
Encouraging news also came School The pastor will review the lesson. Consecration rites
order to hold baseball game, Supreme Court on OCtober' end wfroed against! letting aa
to the Panthers for the deacons deaconesses, ushers and the choir will foUow
or bold a basketball inquest become a "circus.
game 29 ordered the Immediate end
., .- oTCI-I wills they'll have to call the Na- of segregation in 30 Mississippi Bobby Bush, deputy defense Eldridge Cleaver, their Minister The annual youth Christmas program will be given at 4 P.m.
tional Guard." f minister of the Illinois Party, of Information, is reported Sunday. The Youth Council will be in charge. The Baptist
3fqrU.9545.95cafe cases. to want to return to Training Union will be held at 5:45. The evening worship begins
dRdtl 1 The program also contains The CouncUmentioned"ero- said he did not believe that
commentary on the 1960s by and the suggestion of State's Attorney America. He will be accom- at 7 p.m.
Dr. Charles Hamilton,professor ; evasions. Edward V, Hanrahan panied by two others. It was Weekly activities Include the CburchtolM1un1ty Basket Pro-
,H- understood they asked for ject Tuesday, under the leadership of Missionary Society No.
5thR.FALSTAFF of political science, Columbia u to having both sides takepile
and would meet passports but were told they 1 Delivery will begin at 4 p.m. Tuesday. Workers are needed

Univerlsty coauthor \ detector tests '
of "Black Power a r their approval. could irecelvetertlflcates of The Prayer of Faith hour will be held at 7 p.m. The Sun.
MITEL Identity. day School Officers and Teachers Council will be at
look U the black artist and According to releases, four I Cleaver laces federal chargeof Friday

Nikki the movement Giovanni by (poetess"Black 12 Rooms private bath $5.0& Panthers detacament were wounded.of 14 The unlawful Interstate flight 7p.m.jRev.J.C. Sams is pastor. ';>e church located at 954 Kings
18 Rooms, semi-private$4.00 police policemen -t, .to avoid Jailing after convic- Road. Mrs. Alberta Willlamr reporter.
Judgement") and a performance from the
; operating
Day Rate $3.00 tion for assault with intent to
6 by blues singer and (plus tax), office it the state's attorney, commit murder In April of
zPo QPcAN PAK pianist Roberta Flack siizu, 14 shotguns\ rifles, 1881 In Oakland Calif. H e
1 or 2 persons>> ; All Rooms. carbines and handguns. They was on parole for a similar' Church of God Deb Council, l
FOR 'SUE IT OINER heated also confiscated about 1,000 I offense. '

rounds of ammunition, all lathe '. From Cubahewent to Algerla. .
3 Bedrooms-2 Car Garage.Owner :OUffOOO MOTOR CIW' living quarters of the Pan- .That country broke reU-I
*-will finance after thers. .. lions with American in 1967 Nod On PlansThe

: small down payment. Call S911UjS.1,Cor.Edgewood Ave. "MURDERP'The Panthers! They have charger content after the Arab-Israeli war..
"yy EUEMAN 3546746. Phone: 764-OO03.-.A.1waysOpen Two of the men are said to*'
that Hampton was slain in his
ilcep.Ttey also have repeated have fled California Imprisonment Church of God Mission, whose members now meet in a
The Cocktails made that no Panther returned and to have hijacked'a funeral home chapel, may receive full permission to build on

with Famous liquors TRY YOU 11I.n:!1 fire.Illinois Civil and rights legal groups groups in, National Cuba later Airlines, airplaneto a small.parcel) of land which the Area Planning Board says'is too

uet Cocktail Help can come surely to spiritually andfinanclally..Yoa immediately Jumped the fore "The Mr. Wilkins further said, Rev. John Lassiter, pastor said, "We have a small church,
don't, for an Investigation youngmanwhowaskllled I with fewer than 100 members." He further revealed that the
have to
go anywhere- by writing Prophet Moses Wrath- In Illinois was formerly the
[Choice of Jcriwdrlter Margarita Senator Percy said "N funeral home administration has agreed to the church's
well thru Gods blessings YOU can change you and your loved 0 youth leader of the use
Extra Dry Martini Scotch Sou ones entire life. All letters! will be answered promptly. and confidentially single Incident since the slaying Illinois NAACP. To Maywood see him, of its parking lot. The funeral home is across the street from
Whiskey Sour Manhattan i I ...........Donations will be accepted. of Martin Luther King has shot down, under the pretext the church; the latter is to locate on 39th between Avenue Band
Apricot Sour A A /> WRITE TODAY' WRITE TODAY sparked such a reaction In of searching for was Paris Avenue.
Vodka XX Chicago's Negro neighbor which stirred weapons "., The Common Council approved a plan for the church to received -
Martini. Utl"I I Mists Wntfcwill hoods/Tbere's a strong feeling something Huey Newton and Boby Seals us. 1, a zoning exception. The Zoning and Building Board
that there must be some I Ir was expected to meet Thursday on the matter.
3 FOR tI 17.95 founders la
,,are jail
r Rev. Lassister said the church accommodate about 36 cars
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