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 27, 1969


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


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

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

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


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k W WASHINGTON.. United States Department Justice;with ,
a special grand Jury,will launch into full'fledged investigation
of the bruta1Dec.mber blaylnc of two Black Panthers in Chicago -
and the wounding of several others.
The December 4 Shootout has led to a nationwide wave of pretests -
r from leaders of both races and has brought about protests f
f" -from the Jew the Communist and from nationally known leaders.

rr, Attorney General John N. Mitchell said, "There have been
serious allegations raised criticizing police tactics. A number .
p of responsible citizens have questioned whether this incident

; TIL. IS NO. 35 .SHIim, BtcEMIEI 27, Isis 20 CENTS may have Involved a denial of federally protected rights."
tf'R ary Fred Hampton, Panther chairman in Illinois, and Mark Clark,
hI'.,.> '' . ;: :f some, In their headquarters.The .

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Onbra for the"1recent presentation! s S the murders lie said It would "hopefully put an end to the
Special Achievement Award to the Brooklyn Chapter of Links rumors and speculation that have surrounded the incident"
Inc. wire (1. to r.) John Enoch, a sales executive with 21" Four Panthers and two policemen were wounded. Police, assigned -
Brands Inc., Importers of Ballentlne's Scotch, Mrs.Vivian\ to the office of the state' attorney,entered the.l anther
Douglas, chairman, "Salute To Youth" project, and Mrs. Ma- apartment where they believed Illegal firearms beencashed"".'
bel Carroll, president of the chapter. The award was conferred Police officials say the police claimed they were tired upon before -
in recognition of the organization's sponsorship of the Hampton and Clark were killed. Panther leaders claim
"Salute To Youth" project which offers young people career that the police fired first and that Hampton was asleep when be

opportunities and guidance was killed.
Attorney General Mitchell said that an Initial' investigation
produced no meaningful results. Reluctant witnesses were
Georgia Submits To Court Orders Panthers and police officials
IN N.Y. DWELLING Jerris Leonard, assistant attorney general for civil rights
A TLANT A--'I11e Georgia Board of Education announced on December will head the investigation, in cooperation with a special
18 that it will completely comply for the directive grand Jury in Chicago. The grand jury,will have subpoena
banded down by a Federal tribunal here. The directive has kk, CMKBHWrMTSHSSt powers and can require witnesses to testify unless they invoke!
said that Georgia, the state of Georgia, must complete dese- aMMrMrMtf---ua-* 1 the fifth amendment.
jgregatlonby the fall of 1970. Ld'U' : L In New York on December 18, an off leer of the Panther Party
This is a landmark decision; in 11 rich me number of minority Atty. KingIn Black Santa who was charged with distributing dynamite to fellow conspirators -.
In that the authority had been\ faculty members is with- Early Mornign Flames to terrorize the city in the spring jumped$25,000 bond.
given the state and the state's in 50 percent to 150 percentof Governor : Thrills Many He is Fred Richardson, known as the deputy minister'of
top court had fallen In with the their proportionate number Information for the Panthers He failed to appear before State
United States Government in the entire district and in Race In AtlantaATLANTA Supreme Court Justice John M. MurUgh, presiding judge at
which the number of minorityrace Cut Dayton
point-of-vtew. Off Escape Hope a two-hour hearing of pretrial Issues.
The three-judge panel decided pupils meets the same :The Importanceof Justice Murtagtt declared Mr.Richardson's bail forfeited
'y what is meant by the end proportional requirement. the Black man In top political DAYTON, Ohio-VnUk. Cincinnati and issued a warrant for his arrest. Richardson, 27 years of
of the dual school system. It Pupils may shift from one positions is becoming BROOKLYN N.Y.-Eight persons seven of them children of Dayton children and age, was named in an Indictment on November 18 last and appeared -
ordered the state to cut off school 1 to another if they are more evident .. the same family were killed in BrooklynonDecember 18 when, 'parents, black and white went before the Judge for bell *
.,state,Junds to any district POt .1 in.!the minority provided there Several ,weeks.ago Attorney, ,a flash fire'swept through the eec6al floor and attio of a flimsy, '"". :up-to'tee-tlty's BlackSanta: ',RlCh rdsOn'1 arrest brought to: 22 the number of defendants} "
complying with satisfactory''' is sufficient space and It also C.B.King of Albany was draft- frame building which, fire Inspector*"said was not inthelf, .Jurisdiction and poured out, their. stories. accused of plotting to kill policemen and to bomb department!
plans by March of mOo prohibited geographic attendance 11 d by leaders to be candidatefor as a matter of inspection., .and desires : stores, police stations public works and other vital areas.Three
."'Under the circumstances we sones drawn onthe. basis, the governship of the state' Mrs. Georgia,' frantic and 'over the two:tamily buii_ Leonard Eggleston;the Black of the Panthers are at large. Two are serving Jail sentence! In
have no other alternative within of race. 'now headed by Leslie Maddox. sorrowful mother, is the, Inasmuch as they can Inspect Santa, said that race has never .
the. limits of personnel and In the State Florida Alachua ;Outstanding national leaders mother of the children and only multiple dwellings, three' been a problem in his playingthe I NAsslstintDisttrrict Attorney"Joseph A. Phillips asked that the,
funds available to us, other County schools have been ordered have added their support to grandmother of three little families or more. role. court consider the matter of bailjumplngas! a factor in fixing
than comply with the court" to Integrate by February the cause Harry Belafonte ones In the group. A family i The fire is believed to have Eggleston said he was really ball for Lee Roper and William King, two Panthers arrested D
opined the attorney of the 1 by the United States District was ,among the first of the friend was also victim of the started from defective.wirinl "amazed." "They come and November in Columbus and returned to the city.
state. 'The state board mem- court. Judge Charles R.Scott nationally known and state- flames.\ on ia Christmas display. sit on mylap" he said. "They: Justice Murtagh said that defense lawyers for the two had re
bers offered no comments Indicated that order will stand wide celebrities to co radu- The fire was discovered by a Flames swept through ar1 kiss 4 me and tell me what: peatedly failed to produce affidavits supporting ball pleas for
Ibis specific ruling affects unless the United States Supreme late and to offer his supportto resident of the building a claimed their victims before they want it's nice to. ee Mr. Roper and Mr, King He did agree to a trail for February
81 of 191 district. 'Onehun- Court makes a change. Attorney CB King cousin of the Tate family. they could awaken.At things changing." 2, Two Panthers were not present at the two-hour hearing
dred ten districts are complying This order slaps Duval.Lay Attorney King is the first When he saw the fire in the (least 27 persons were Eggleston, 63, Is a retired' Lee Berry, an epileptic, is being treated Bellavue Hospital..
as fast as possiblewith Columbia and counties 'in the gubernatlonal candidate since smoke-flUedJJvlngroomhe( ran axle P ,la{the firetrap when factory worker.: Last year Richard Moor.,thl other Is insolltary confinement lathe Tombs.
the NEW deadlines. South.At Reconstruction Days. downstair; to teU a neighbor the lire broke out about 6.14: Elder-Beermen'store. in a The judge ordered an investigation Into the contention by defense -
.The Tribunal said that each the meeting Gainesville Dr. Ralph David Abernathy to call the fire department. a.m. The house bas been predominantly black neighborhood attorneys that Moore had been denied his constitutional
district must submit plans by was Attorney Earl M. Johnson director of the Southern Flames kept him from returning mentioned> as full of violations employed him as Santa.< rights. He rejected defense efforts to quash 21 counts of the
March 1. The Department ,'NAACP attorney, representing Christian Leadership C o nference to the second floor According to James Welsh a 30-count indictment as "defective." Tie court reserved decision
of Education will review them Rev. Lavon Wright, offered his! full sup-, By that time neighbor,Mrs. ; 'An emergency center was set, manager at the store more on a defense motion to inspect more than 30 explosive
and report its findings to the who had asked for the immediate port. Mrs.Coretta Scott King, Margaret Postal said she up in the English LutherChurch. than 3,000 children of all devices rifles and pistols and other material possession of,
courts on April 1. If com and complete desegregation wife of the late Dr. Martin beard the screams and called Mrs. Audry Farmer.treuur.t races have been to see Santa. the District Attorney's office.
pliance is not as it shouldbe prior to September. Attorney Luther King, Jr., Congressman the police of the Covet Street Black Association Eggleston was hiredas several Outside the building of 100 Centre Street' more than 450
another deadline of May Johnson said he would not Join John Conyers Michigan '; Children who were victim In said, "These pea inquires were received marched for three hours. At a press conference Ruby Dee,
1 will be set. Each plan must in the matter of the Lincoln Democratic Congressman,and' the welfare-rented apartment ple are human beings and they about having a Black Santa ,Black actress, said ,believes that the Panthers would ultimately -
be Implemented by Sept High school discussion. He Mayor Richard Hatcher of were Mlcheal,, 14, Anna, 6; I scream and bleed like the In Cincinnati business men triumph. She said that "fire! treatment afforded the 22
1. said he favored leaving the Gary have stepped up to help George 3; an unidentified boy, Tates. But why should the said they would not change the' was outrageous. She said that Ossie Davis,her actor husband,
If funds were withheld more twelfth grade at Lincoln all Attorney King Launa,, one month Effie one welfare have to pay $250 fora Image this year and contended shared her views
than 75 per cent oftheschoolS black until graduation, but reminded Rev. Andrew Young said a year old. William Tompson, place like that. There are that the change would not mean Eldrldge Cleaver, fugitive leader of the Panthers,has changed
would be closed. United States his hearers that under' dinner was held on Decem- 40, who was visiting, was" the people taking advantage of the too much. They bad been asked his mind about returning to America according to his attorney.
District Judges ruled that,, the law that would beuncon- ber 20 at the Butler street' eighth victim. poor. That's Park y:venue, by the'SCLC to use a Negro Cleaver Is now In Algiers. He had asked for a passport that
in UtutlonaL in the interest of Mrs.I Postel said she had rent." Santa. to the
three-fourths of all pupils Y.M.C.A., he might be able to travely widely. According attorney
a minority race, blac or A feature writer In the Miami .candidate. State-wide complained that too many were Mayor Lindsay has 'ordered They>said, Nol I Cleaver refused a certificate He said he would like to comeback
white, that has less than 50 Herald, Robert D, Shaw '"Coalition flf': Black Leaders living in building. The bat an Investigation designed to but as a free man.
per cent pupil enrollment In Jr., writing "What The News used this as an effort to raise tallon chief said that the department place the blame of ownership Senior EngineerJEROME Charles Garry noted attorney, has served as a chief defense
., a district, must be enrolled Means" said "Dade school seed-money for the campaign had no jurisdiction on the right person. Cleaver said be had no Intention bo beinj arrested In "Babylonor '
In integrated school facilities. administration have begun and to Introduce the candidateto anywhere else"
thinking about what bad been I sponsors and backers. Black Leaders Set The official was convicted in Los Angeles fo,attempted" murder..,
Integrated schools arethose the unthinkable" Hosea William, temporary White Tavern He was paroled In April and was out after being charged with
'. chairman of Community Organization April For HewMagazine an attempted murder during a Shootout between Oakland pollee . Sentences" JaxonTo said, "The top Owner: ChargedIn and Panthers He was freed on $50,000beJl on that charge and
I leaders around the state have later when ordered to surrender after his parole was revoked.The .
Secend agreed to participate, and will > .. ball waslorfelt'ed/Eugene V. Luttrell, district parole administrator -'
Life A. TimeWillie' :support the candidacy I ShootingNEWARK NEW YORK-Black Enter- for the California ,Adult Authority said Cleaver'
Attorney King announced his. print Is the name of new would be arrested Immediately like returns '
'Abram, 33. was sentenced They wrre. 'i lid, to be stran- : candidacy for the 1970 Georgia N.J.-Awhite magazine published by Blacks.It .
by Circuit Court Judge gers. week :
gubernatorial race last will bring together such '
has been y4
era here
Martin Sack last week to life Abram was arrested and Indicted in Atlanta. The Georgia Vot- owner leaders
thinkers sneakers
in prison 'In connection with for first degree mur- him to charged with the fatal shooting ;
ers' urged ,
League U Rep. Shirley Chisbolm of Oscar
of a man der. He pleaded guilty to of a black patron who reportedly I Taylor SaysHe
the.' pistol'murder. launch out, in a meeting held New York Senator Edward /
an argument -
pull a
la a nightclub,three years manslaughter He later with- la Macon on November &9. gun woman's Brooke of Massachusetts, Julian ,
ago. drewhis plea and was tried on The leaders were hopeful of over a white Bond of and
Georgia Mayor I K. CURLEY
Abrams.was found guilty on the first-degree charge and avoiding splits such as led to refusal to dance with another Charles Evers of Fayette. '
November. 24 of first-degree' convicted. On January 31, ,the defeat of Dr. Horace Black. Captain The above named are part of Jerome K. Curley has been Is Not Guilty: I
1968 be was sentenced to According to Bureau named senior research
murder. Tate for mayor of Atlanta. the board of directors. The engineer ,
Abrams was char gad with the life. King, best known for his Rocco Paradiso, James W. magazine is the first plannedto at B.F. Goodrich research -'
4Je! th of James E. Bergeron. Later be asked for a new handling of the civil rights Smith, 34, a grocery owner, advise minority businessmen and development cen-
37, contractor: In Weaver's trial, saying that evidence was cues result from the 1963 pulled a gun and held it to and to encourage the ter, Breksville, Ohio. H e Of Bribery
Pine Inn on Moncrief Road given without the benefit of a' Albany Movement said,with the neck of the tavern owner'sbrother growth of minority enterpreoeurs. joined the company in No- Charge
on November Z4, 19GB. notification of rights The \lew exceptions governor ofthis when the brother and vember, 1968, as a research
Testimony brought out that,' motion was granted state have demonstrated the man who was refused the Black Enterprise should appear engineer Curley attended y

after ,a ,brief conversation, Another motion was made for BO. real comprehension! of the dance got Into his an argument.His April 1. The announcement Fisk, University, Nashville, Councilman Oscar 'Taylor,, bribes of$900:$600 and$150 :
Abram pulled an automatic a new trial. Judge Sack denied eels. their office should constitutionally Smith dropped guard. was made at the evr- for two )years majoring u suspended on charge of bribery One ,was allegedly paid by a
pistol from his beltand pump,. that motion Abram's attorney serve.* My candidacy : brother fled. Smith Is said seas Press Club this week by chemistry He received a said Friday, December -r, law enforcement official In
e4 five ;IntoBargeron._ announced that he would appeal, will address itself to to have shot at the man. Then Earl Graves and several di- B.S. degree in chemical engineering 19; that be is not guilty. cooperation with the state at
behind the bar
luinusMu WiM. TWASRINGTON i Divas I the needs of all people. There James Mosler, ,.rectors. from the University 'I torney's office. The other two
caliber revolverand
Nell pulled his .38
;-11ie Na'' _asp .aDDoneid is aeed for change in me po-' fired five shots intoSmlth. Among the directors are: ., ,of Michigan In 1959. His Taylor pleaded not guilty In mfcal conscience '0w.partof ,Mrs William experience Includes six years, acting with official knowledge.!
Alliance of Businessmen, a M. Kendall, chairs ae of the pn Smith was announced dead at Chlsholm Hud- a brief arraignment before
all of Georgia's electors gins in process design and development criminal Warren Judge'Nelson has scheduledoral
for finding alliance art Pa* M. Kayser.. the scene.IEIIIINE. predd"utas Freedom Judge A.
major program NAB presides, sotated out -Black as well as white-a1 National Bank Heary Parks, in the chemical Industry Nelson and was accompanied arguments for February
the disadvantage
Jobs for which resists the two years as an aerospace 6 on motions: which the de-
of its that tin NaUoeaUUiaace ofBwiMssBtea conscience ,president of Parks Sausages, to court by Ms attorney,'Albert -
has seat 100,000
to busl- t is! expaidlaj Ms,, naslpulatlons:., b I political John Lewis former chairman engineer with NASA's Data 1t.haveJAttorDlDatI'w
first annual report to exploit and despltefuUy of Lewis Research Center, 34 days U file motions'
efforts to fawolve mere of fee demagogues r.IIIEI$ theStHdeatNoeffloleatCoordinating Mr. Taylor suspended
....... the country.
across I Cleveland, and two with Assistant StsJti Hennaed
the multitudes
briefMatory ,lup aadBrittle -,i" cox use Committee aid now years Governor Claude,Kirk after, Attorney
The report reyi.WlIbt alliance and pal tl aid to encourage com Jot ends personal them-, 'to t: III. 3 .Ismittf.lic. t director of a civil rights or- the U. S. Army chemical be was indicted by the DIIftI Vachms* who presented
of the i '
', Corps. He resides at 3608. 'tHe the said
of what paales already coetsiitted te' selves. Needed change la' ganiiatloa Alabama a a t County Grand Jury charge' to Taylor
,is ls ahead a clear for hiring picture the hard-, increase their pledges to hire :...... .:and.;< directions:.of: ; 2),. 4fi. ,Thomas Johnsos, New, Tori, i Cbelton road, Shaker Heights, is specifically accused: he hopes tt. move the cue to
Ohio. ,
sad train the disadvantaged. CONTINUED ON PACE 12 Time reporter.: of accepting and soliciting trial by Wren or April.
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whole, there Is a likelihood of and practical thinking tjK of the people together, he demanded of them where Christ should And Khfnt they wen to come into the house, they the
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The Rattlers have since compiled --' newspaper.Wyatt team's punter. He turnec. The U. S. Navy Band and
;,'. an impressive 8-1 record 14 with a first-and-10.. the most celebrated down several offers to enter Chorus of Washington, D.C.
+i' and three of the last With 39 seconds remaining, athlete in B-CC's history said Bethune-Cookman College. will be featured 1IIcCl Cert on
""' four victories can be attributed the Rattlers koockeddownfour ') i iAI "I 1 am happy to receive the He is the only B-CC player Thursday, January 15, 1970,
directly to poise, or In consecutive Del Galzo passesto nt All-American honor. I am named to four consecutive all at 8:00: p.m., in the Civic
Caliber's words, "doing the preserve the victory as the grateful to a lot ,of rule conference teams; be holds Auditorium.
right thing at the right time clock showed 23 seconds to go especially my mother 'and the school record for the long Known as the"SeaChanteri";
,. under pressure." as the fourth pass fell to the doctor." est punt return; in four years this colorful twenty-man voc-
[ It all started in the struggle endzone turf Incomplete.Again The "doctor" mentioned by he returned punts for 1760 al group will perform In authentic -
-', with Southern University which the Rattlers ran out the clock. Alvin performed an operationon yards, kickoffs for 1435 yards, 1812 uniforms
., the Rattlers won 10-7 to hand Finally, against Grambllng In his left leg to repair a made 129 unassisted tackles The Sea Chanters were form
f" Gaither his 200th victory as the Orange Blossom Classicthe damaged ligament After the and 213 assists. The versa- ed in 1956 by Admiral Arlelgh
'' The game was a bitter de- another explosive charge with .,r fin would never be able to fleldgoals, and as a punt- Operations, to revive and per
; fensive contest all the way less than two minutes to go. participate in sports again. 'er. He can kick<40< yards with petuate the traditional songsof
:. except for a few fleet mo- Grambllng which had led The personable athlete said either foot. the Navy. Their reper-
j, ments. A field goal by Ho-, 6-0, trailed 17-6, and led i ie "my football career in high Wyatt says the coaching at tory is not limited to "chan
'' r race Lovett put the Rattlers 19-17, had demonstrated it d school was rugged" When B-CC is great. All the guys ties" however, and they show
.... on top 3-0 but thelead lasted could score from anywhere, 1, he Joined the ,Gilbert High respect Coach Jack McClalren their singing prowess equally.
j,. only long enough for Southern' long or short by scoring on School Panthers as a 10th because he was an all pro as well with their many sacred
(. s Lewis Porter to field .plays covering eight, 12 and t j ja.o grader his arm was broken with the Steelers and Coach popular, and patriotic numbers.
the following liickoff and race 85 yards. log the first game causinghim Lloyd "Tank" Johnson has .
89.pudto put the Jaguars The Rattlers' led 23-19 with to miss the entire sea- turned out defensive teams Presidents and dignitariesfrom
4:02: to go in the final frame The following his home and \ '
4 out front 7-3. son. year rated number one in the na- abroad have
The Rattlers finally pushed when the Tigers took over on leg was Injured during the tion. Alvin said, "you get a. been saluted by the Chanters
across the goal line for their their own 34. They ran eight first game lot attention here because .through their participation la
$: lone touchdown midway the time"consuming. plays and The Jacksonville native said, we're a small school ..and high level official functions.
'* third quarter but had to spend. picked up a first down In the "1 was determined to play' people are more like a fami- The Navy maintains high entrance -
i' the rest of the game stopping process and had plenty time to 'football. As soon as the fast ly." requirements for membership -
J f the determined Jaguars.The move In from the FAMU 46. was taken off my leg I began :The 5.1J",195 pounder who in this vocal group,
fourth and most heralded But the Rattler defense Jogging everyday In an'effortto wasclocked in the 100 at. 9.6 which is made up of many college -
defensive stand came with less "reached back into their hip" be ready for my senior said "I am very anxious to trained vocalists as well
than a minute remaining the pockets for a little more. year." Continuing be said, play proball. Many professional as versatile performers on
game after the Jaguars had? said Gaither, and didn't budge "the doctor was amazed at teams have contacted other musical1nst ments.
driven from their own nine to :another Inch. With first- nd- the way my leg healed. him. He was clocked todayby Tickets for this performancemay
a first-and-goal at the FAMU 10 at the Rattler one Gramb At a senior he played offense a Dallas Cowboys represen be obtained free of charge
10. One play gained eight ling pass fell Incomplete and on and defense. He scored eleven tative. After he ran the <40-< in person or by mail from the
yards to the two where It was 'second down Rattler stalwarts touchdowns, caught passes for yard dash three times in 4.3 Coliseum, Civic Auditorium,
second and goal. On second Charles Stockton and Dan Jacksonville has added another outstanding athlete to its growing roster of greats. Gilbert more than 200 yards, handledthe seconds the scout smiled and or' the Public Relations Division -
down the Jaguars moved one Swain hauled down Grambllng High !Is honored also. Alvin Wyatt, Bethune-College Safety, has been named al AllAmerican kickoff and field goals said "son your stock Just went In City Hall.
closer but QB Matt Reed for a sixyardloss chores while serving as the To receive tickets mail
yard were pushed by ,
; Football man In the 45th annual contest sponsored by the Pittsburgh Courier. Wyatt up.
back to the two on the third back to the Grambllng please include: a self-address
commended the coaching at B-CC. He for the
48. Third and fourth down fought tops jn football and sports and won,
down Then was fourth down from passes were batted away by proving that discouragement not be heeded. --Martin Gross Photo Football Season Is Not Over, ed request.stamped envelope with your

the two. A touchdown would Rattler defenders with 1:26 The performance Is being
,have been a sure victory for left and again the Rattler poise. Reall Just co-sponsored by the Naval Air
the Jaguars as the clock showed had proven Its worth. Gator Bowl Pairings Dec 27 Afcaill| | College|| Starting Really Reserve Training Unit and the
: only 57 seconds. Porter, "This team was made up tit City Public Relations Divi
who had been the Southern ll'jnen on offense and 11 men The football season is not yet The ASTRO-BLUEBONNET sion.
,workhorse all night got the on defense," Gaither said, Among Strongest |II Recent Tops On over. At the moment there are Bowl (Hughes Network) game
call on the crucial fourth down "and they gave it all they had. several more weeks. January Is the New Year's Eve party
try but reserve safety Harry I'm proud of them." 18, 1910 is said to be the date from Houston. It sill be fol- Southern's AI
Passm'ore shot through the Gaither also said be was for this season's fallout. lowed by the 10-hour New
line to nail Porter for a one- termination the spirit and de History Events Basketball Lists On January 18 the National Year's Day game with the fouf Tabor Named
yard loss with 52 seconds desplayed by the Football League's All-Star traditional bowls, Sugar, ABC
remaining. team. "They never gave up YORK--Ashland College Pro Bowl game at\Los Angeleswill Cotton, CBS, Rose, NBC and Year's Coach
y J .FAMU then took over and and they kept going after the The Gator Bowl has come up In the backfield is fullback NEW : in Ash bring the curtain down. Orange, NBC. BATON ROUGEi-The
"' ran out the clock. other team," be said. with'one of the strongest pair- Curt Watson ((31)) with tall- a small college is The New York Jets started it The NFL's Playoff Bowl : South-
> The next time it was in Tampa But of all it's qualities, theteam' logs In its 25-year history to back Don McLeary((36))carry land, Ohio, where defense last August. CBS, comes on 'January 3. western Athletic Conference
against the favored Spartans poise gave Gaither the celebrate the Classic's Silver ing his share of the load the password national, continues to 1 There are several major college On January 4, the big day, the .of the 1969 met recently in
with rifle-armed Jim Del most pleasure a be recallshis Anniversary Southeastern Sophomores are the offensive rank as the No. games, five minors and AFL and the NFL will decide 'D ind chose Al
basketball team. .
squad's last-minute hero- conference champion Tennessee keys at Florida. Strong arm small college : who goes to the super game w.t jh atSouthern
Caizo.In four-all-star games.
',-,- a game that had been literally ics; "' will meet explosive Florida -<", quarterback .John Rea/es (:7)I The Ashland Eagles, who 27 and allowed Four TV networks will be In The Senior Bowl, NBC, at University" as "Coach of the
,: all offense, the Rattlers And in that respect hot eBough Saturday, December 27, in led the nation with 22;; completions their'opponents service There will be cameras Mobile, Ala., and the Hula Year. ,
fwere clinging to a slim 34minute can be said about p.;:: the famed Jacksonville,Florida and gained a tote: of 26 points In the second weekly on 47 different games. Bowl ABC, will be live fromHonc1ulu Tabor guided his team to
Rattlers' poise as it accounted stadium. 2,896 yards through the a U balloting of the United Press on January 10. Then second place mite SWAC and
? '28 lead again with less than of Coachmen Some are regional, however.No ,
International -
y.f a to go. for Gaither's best season Tennessee, which lost only Flander Carlos Alvare/, a- more than 33 will be seen on January 11, there will be 'placed 11 grldders on the All-
: After coming back twice from since 1964 when his squad once In 10 games this season, pother sophomore, \posted 88 35 of them. on TV. thewhopier beWeenthe two pro Conference team.
as much as 14 points behind, posted a 9-1 record. boasts two first team All-A- receptions for 1,329 yards Ashland totally eclipsed Ken- CHRISTMAS DAY will witness league champ i Tulane Sta- The Southern U. Jaguars,
tucky Wesleyan. Kentucky received tied by Texas Southern in.
the Spartans took over at their Truthfully, though, it's takena They are guard during an 8-1-1 seasonforthe the North-South College dium in New Orleans.On .
own 20. Del Galzo went exclusively lot of poise in 25 years for Chip Kell(50)( ) and linebacker Gators and tailback Tommy nine first place votes game, all all-star game, at January 17 and 18 the Pro tf'ilr first game rolled on to
to the air and completed Gaither to record 203 wins, Steve Kiner (57)). Florida and Durrance ((33) registered! 18 and'241 points in the scoring Miami, on ABC. All-Star games close out. four successive''' victories.
five of 14 attempts against 36 losses and.four Carlos Alvarez((45))also earn- touchdowns tills season, placIng for games through Saturday, The NFL's division playoff Then, what follows? Hockey, They downed Prairie View',
ed first team honors. him among the nation's December 13. Basketball Baseball Golf and Mississippi Valley State, Arkansas
ties. will be December 27 ,
which t-ok Tampa to the IMelf games
Gannon College upped AM&N and r Jackson
NBC sportscasters Curt leading scorers. and 28, CBS The collegeswill the opening of the next foot-
and Al De will and De Rogatls are to third >place. American ball state
Gowdy Rogatls Gowdy go with the Gator Bowl, season. There will be
be on band to describe Tennessee's looking forward toahighscoring took fourth place, NBC, plus the East-West soccer, also, curling rugby, However, the Alcorn team
SoFt Austin fifth. EasternNew threw in a stopper. Then
multiple offense, game between these well Shrine game at Palo Alto, etc..
Mexico was, sixth. Southern back and down
which Is sparked by the passIng matched squads. Tennessee Calif. ABC December 27.
-- NEI BRICK and running of lunlor quarterback averaged 31 points per game Then followed Southwestern ed Tennessee State of Nash-
|I Bobby Scott ((10)) and and Florida posted almost Louisiana, Southwest Missouri ville.
Hi* Aiailabli the receiving of split end Gary points per contest. Evansvlllo and Eastern Awards Deacon Jones The two, last games were against -
Krebs ((89)).. The workhorse Michigan FAMU at Tillahassee
The record follows:Ashland, where Souiheiu liked out a
GRIND PARK AND LINCOLN ESTATES Goes '17, 305; Kentucky Wesltyan, Plaques Repeats As NFL score of 10 t U 7. Then, the
(Landers College Up ; 9, 241; Gannon, 219; Ameri- u Jaguars cam back against
As Lal As can International, 1, 138; S.F. American Football All Mar Man Grambllng and won 21-17.
Adds Weight With Talent Austin, 2,. 123; Eastern New League Jaguars were certainly In ,
president MUt Howard
215.00 Dawi 60.00 Per Noith Mexico, 1, 122; Southwestern sented 10-year plaques pre_to NEW YORK-+Well, the worry the running\ when the SWAC
Louisiana, 108; Southwest AFL Jim Hunt and Gino Cap. is over. The story has been team .was ,named. Terry
Under The New Government "235" Program. This Program GREENWOOD, S.C.---Four basketball, shooting 50% from Missouri 107; Evansville, 1, paUettl before the Miami told. The NFL All-Stars. have Lewis, tackle, and MarkSdm-
Is designed for those people to buy A Home that Juniors have been added to the the field while averaging 11.5 94.Eastern Boston game at Tamps. been named. ples, placekicker, were listed -
have not been able'10 afford one In the past Lander College Seniors basketball points and eleven rebound Michigan, 1, 61;Howard Among them are: Bob Brown, On the defensive side were
team. According to per gme. Payne,1, 51; Puget Sound Los Angeles, 6-4, 375, 27, Allen Roche,end,Isiah Robert
FOR COMPLETE DETAILS CONTACT Coach Finis Horne the new Jim Hicks is six feet three. I, 51; Central of Ohio, 42;Al- tackle; Calvin Hill,Dallas,&-3, son, linebacker, Mel Mount,
men will add considerable Inches tall, and weighs: :,185pounds. corn A&M, 25; Cheyney State, Sports CommissionerSee 22, Yale; quarterback;Deacon cornerback and James Black-
HOUSE SALES, INC. strength and agility to the He is entering Lanuer 22; Oglethorpe, 20; Assumption Jones, Los Angeles, 6-5, 250, well, safety.On .
fine record established by the as a sophomore He led his 20; Indiana State, 17; No.Strikes'Soon 30, South Carolina State; Le- the second unit there
3131 Diiisiii St. At 20th l St. Eiprisswiy, arCall' school high school basketball team to ''Tennessee: Ail, 14, Louisiana roy Kelly, Cleveland, Running were four Jags on the offensive -
Cleo Morris comes from'' the state championship in Tech., 10. back; Jerry Smith, Washington team and one on defense.
Louisville and will be a junior. Earllngton, Ky. Hecouplleda Others received five or more SAN JUAN-According: 'to 6-2, A. State .Hal Carmichael was first ou
Is At 354-8741 He is six feet, four and 34-1 record for his senior year points were: SouthernColora- Baseball Commissioner Bowie: The Los Angeles Rams and the Hat. He was followed by
one half inches tall and weighs and lettered in basketball for, do, Cal Poly, U. Cal Davis, Kuhn, who met with major the Dallas Cowboys dominatethe Artis Carrol, i guard< Louis'
%08. He Is a graduate" the' five years. As a senior he South Dakota State,' Stetson, league player representativesin listing Forty-eight men Porter, running back and Allen .
Male High School of Louisville made All-County,All-District, Grambllng, Central Washington San Juan last week, there made the, decisions. Voting "Jubilee" Dunbar. Ray'
North Dakota Trinity Jones 11 .' ",
and was named to the AlVReglon, All-State and AU- should be nostilkes next year. was tight and uncomfortable. fas
AU-City and All-State Foot- Su !a Tournament teams. He Texas; Old Dominion, St.Mary's This was the winter meeting Dallas put five on the first' nerbac'k honors ana was con'
ball team. He was outstandingon pla,wl in the East-West All- Texas, andRockhurst.SportsWFGATV. of the representatives Kuhn teams with rookie Calvin Hill sidered a unanimous choice.
track and has set records. ,Star game then and in the Ken- has asked that be be per- at running back, Hill is knownas Terry Lewis was named to
He was graduated from East- tucky-Indiana All-Star/lassfc mitted to speak. He spoke the "flashy rookie .from the Associated Press' Little
ern Oklahoma Junior College He comes from Cumberland for some 30 minutes He Yale." All-America team. ,Allen f
in Wllburtnn where he played junior College in Lebanon. sate be enjoyed the meeting. Brown is among the five repeaters Roche was given honorable
The Commissioner did not on offense, Deacon mention on. the same sheet.
slowness Jones Us nine repeaters, among Ken Ellis is preparing for a
comment on the in
NEW MEDICAL AID CLASS rida Saturday, December 27, Flo-. negotiations between the association them Deacon Jones of date In the Senior Bowl In
Vs. Tennessee 11:30
p. January.. other Jaguar
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I Churches, Ministers Clubs Complete Plans For Celebrating Christmas, I

Children loin Festive Winner By A Superbird St. Augustine Music Israelite Paresis Gave I

Programs For Xnistide ,Units Regale Crowds Firstborn Male To GodA

RALEIGH N. C.A: highly

I appreciative audience of studentsand man, who presented himself

Rev R. V. Webster.: pastor of St. Stephen's A.M.E. Church, friends from the city beard Herbrew custom,reaching far Simeon. Simeon had hadVreve.latlon .
presentations of the ;back into the Israelite nation and the
will give the annual Christmas sermon Sunday morning I magnificent concerning child HI
Musical selections will be rendered bjr Uw Young Adult Choir, Saint Augustine's College Band, its deliverance from persecution the recently born Savior.
directed by Neal Bland. Sunday School will begin at 9:30, with I t II ; the College Choir and the Vocal by Pharaoh, brings to the fore an The Bible records that Siroeot

Dr. A C. Marry, superintendent, Incharge.,The morning service Ensemble at tbelr annual Christmas important ritial--the presentation was a "Just and devout"man. ]HI
begins at 11 a.m. The A. C. E. League meets at 5 p. m. '. Concert Sunday, Dec 'of the firstborn son in entered in a revelation that he
on Monday night Rev. Webster asks all members to attend ember 14, in tile Emery Sealth the family to the service of the should not see dealth before seeing

the church conference. Officers for the New Year wifibe chos- X 81ts and Fine Arts Building. Lord. Christ. He entered the Tem.
sen. [ Selections from the College This was made easier lithe family pie in the spirit took up the chili

Class meeting will be held Tuesday. The United Choirs re- Y Choir Included "Gloria" from( lived in close proximity to the and blessed Jesus.
JiearseTuesday night. On Wednesday night at 10 p. m. Watch Gloria..Francis Po u 1 e n c; temple at Jerusalem, the highpoint Simeon said: "Lord, Now lett-

Meeting will begin. On Thursday night the Male Chorus will "Puer Natus"Claude Means; In Judaism. That being the est thou Thy servant depart in

rehearse. The Love Feast wilt take place Friday night. On selections from the Messiah: case, father and mother made the peace, according to Thy word,
Saturday night the Young Adult choir will rehearse. "Worthy Is The Lamb" "Halle brief Journey and saw the priest for mine eyes have seen Thy
lujah." Also, "I Wonder As I there consecrate the baby. The salvation which Thou has prepared .

Wander," John J. Niles, with family would purchase sacrificial before the face of all peo-

Knoxville College Has Unique Steve McQueen, soloist; "Chr lam, a dove or a pigeon. If ple-a light to lighten the Gen.
I 1' Istmas Bell Carol,'..M. Leon- the family was poor,father would tiles, and the glory of Thy pro.

;, tovlch, "Mary Mary, WhereIs purchase two doves or two pig pie Israel."
History ProJect Your Baby?" -. Jester Hal- eons. While Simeon was talking with

rston; and "Roc kin' Jerusalem Now, according to Bible history, the mother and father Anna, an
-John Work, soloist Joanne Jesus was just a few years when aged prophetess, approached

,kNOXVILLE, Tenn.:...The of consciousness in this pro- t Cannady. Joseph and Mary, residents of ,, them and gave thanks also and
nationally known Knoxvllle cess called evolution." Numbers from the Vocal Ense-1, Bethlehem, carried him to the spoke of Jesus to all them
College, in Knoxville, Tenn., W. Francis Lucas is writer- 7T .,f- \J ''' 4 .. I ble were, "Dona Nobis Pacem" Temple, Iii miles away. This that looked for redemption in
has announced a Sunday evenIng in-resldence and project director rLci. %; ., '" (Grant Us PeaceTraditional was done, even though Jesus was Jerusalem."

film series featuring the as well as commentator 1 'r j' Canon; "Lullay My Liking"Gustav .. Lord. who
Anna was, "departednot
''_ '___ .... ::.:. A doves for ,
Afro-American In the film Christopher Reynolds Is '- Hoist, "A Mountain Car There they bought two from the temple, but served
industry. This series Is underthe director of the audio-visual Once in a million It happens. LUCIUS Slade. left, found( that out at the Detroit Auto .Shm 1tr. He ol, ".John Jacobs Niles; "Job-, they were poor. God with fastings andprayi

auspices of the Performing center and communications won a $4,000 SuperBlrd, Plymouth's new high-performance car. Miss Linda Watkins, his llate Hanzen, soloist, Mary Macel Marry carried the little baby. night and day."
Arts Theatre. The first consultant. William J. Anderson date, has reason to smile also. The same night Slade's lucky card was dropped into a barrelat "..Kranzhanzen. soloist, They were met there by an old
'presentation was in October. artist-In-residence, the exhibit Miss Watkins was presented with a $600 mink stole for being the 100,000th person Mary Machen; "The Carol of
The last will be in May of graphic designer and consul. through the turnstiles Slade said, "I guess we'll have to see more of each other, we seem to Angels" .John Jacobs Niles ,

1970. tant. bring each other good luck." Chrysler-Plymouth Photo. Stop Look & listen
There are no examinations, The spring schedule will Include ,
towrite. such films as "Birthof
I no grades, no papers
,There are no selective inducements a Nation", "Uncle Tom's
for any. These Cabin," "Hallelujah"GreenPastures" NC A&T Receives Humble Oil
films are for students and for: and "Cabin In the
the college community but also Sky" Others will be"Stormy

for others who evince an Weather," "Nothing But A

Interest in Black man. Man," "Malcolm X and the
.The cinema, monies, Struggle for Freedom. Selected Education Grant For Use

;'flicks" or moon pictures" short subjects will be ,
continually rehearse their I shown.On f

61 brain washing techniques un- Sunday, April 5, a panelof

entertainwent special Afro-American guests will critics discussthe and By Engineering SchoolDr.

faithful to the ends they sup film Industry and the Afro-
1 port. American. The careers of

,The Knoxvllle project Is designed Sidney Polder; Malvin Van Lewis Announces
to explore and understand Peoples, Gordon Parks and Dowdy

toward, a new stream others will be considered.SWEETFIF .

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'LI.J GREENSBORO, N.C.:...-Dr. in the Esso Education Foundation tlons from businesses and in ,
Lewis C. Dowdy, Presidentof through which other educational dividuals.
North Carolina AIT State grants will be made. Included In Humble's over.

,University this week received There contributions enable all aid to education is a program ,
$1,000 from the Humble Oil Humble and Its subsidiaries through which the Hum
Education Foundation for the to help provide the support ble Oil Education Foundationmatches1

p 1969-70 academic year..The :which colleges and universi- '' Humble employees :
Services ltf beguf at'9:30 a.m. Sunday'with Deacon R. M k1n-
check was presented by W. F. .ties' need from private-sec- ."gifts:'K q;accredited colleges
*' non in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastor, Rev Gaskins, Sales Supervisor, tor sources in their, effortsto and universities, of their
"J.R. Oliver. The morning services will begin with the devotional Bumble's Greensboro 'District achieve excellence in education choice.
services in charge of Deacon Mose Brooks'and Deacon J.
and Greensboro Humble said M.A. Wright Schools receiving this year's
W. Anderson. Choir No. 4 and the Young Adult Choir will sing. Dealer, Raymond King a n Humble Board Chairman. He Humble grants are located STOP! So insists this white-Jacketed police constable in Rawson Square, center of bustling
The for the morning will be delivered by Re Oliver.
message ) F AliT alumnus noted that enrollment in U. S. throughout the nation and Include holiday activity In Nassau, capital city of the 700 Bahama Islands Talented Roland Rose and
Evening charge'of Deacon Sam Williams Funds made available by the colleges and universities has both public and private his "fish-eye" lens caugh the officer Just as he saluted a superior officer crossing Bay
and Deacon John Williams. Choir No. 4 and the Young Adult ,grant have been allocated fro tripled In. the past 15 years ly-supported Instttut I 0 01. Street, main thoroughfare in the ocean-side community of 100-thousand. This season of the
Choir will serve, with Willie Young at the organ Rev. J. R. unrestricted use to the Uni and Is continuing to expand, Most of the grants are to departments year the people of the Bahamas play host to many thousands of visitors each week Estimates
Oliver will deliver the closing message Prayer meeting Is versity's School of Engineering rapidly To handle this tremendous of colleges to be for total number of tourists in 1969 run as high as 1250000.
at 7.30. Bible study Is Wednesday at 7 m. Choir
Tuesday p. growth, said Wright, spent at their descretlon. The
No. 2 rehearses Wednesday at 8 p. m. Choir No. 1 rehearses Humble Oil and its subsidiaries educational institutions urgently only stipulation is that the Morgan State
'Thursday at 8 p. m. Choir No 4 rehearses Saturday at 5.30 will contribute appro- need more buildings, funds be used to Improve qua
The adult choir rehearsal Is Saturday at 6 p. m.
young ximately $830,000 in education better laboratories and equipment lity teachingand research or
aid this academic year. and enlarged faculties.Of to assist outstanding BALTIMORE Md. ... your people but how many cipal facilities and a sound"diversified
: Floyd
The Humble Oil Education an estimated cost of $20 black schools have schools of economic base.
billion to educate college stu- former engineering," be said Projected population for Soul
Foundation is currently advising
Tabernacle Baptist I HI., Olive Baptist 94 colleges and universities dents this year, tuition will JU's Gilmore .CORE leader the who is how workIng of He stated that "illegitimate City is 22,000 by 1979 and
on development
of grants totaling $396, provide only about one-third, ,' a babies" like all other problems 50,000 person s of all races
Slates CantataThe 000. In addition, Humble Oil Wright added, and the remainder Soul planned City community in Warren, called Is"A problem of econo and creeds by 1989.IDISI1JjIG.
Lists Special Music & Refining Company is one must come from other County, mics. If the Black sisters had
New two- N.C. talked at State
Born King; a Morgan
of the participating compaines sources including contrlbu- Leads Nation the same money as the white
Church act drama, will be presentedat College, Monday afternoon, sisters there would no babies -
Tabernacle Baptist
Olive December 15 1969.
New Mt. Baptist "
II will be the scene of a Sunday Peace Missiorary he said.
Mr. who
Church Sunday at 6 p.m McKlsslck wore a
it The former CORE leader [
morning Christmas cantata Mrs. W. L. Canton, dire c- Shoppers Shnufd blue Dashkl over his black
IK stated that the colored
ReboundsJust man
the 11 a.m. service. tress and Mrs. Leander waiters Baptist Moves turtle neck sweater, had Morgan
'Mrs H.M. Lawrence is su "is the only person in the
students YOUALL
will narrators.The clapping about his
pervisor. Sunday School begins public is invited. Keep Price hgs remarks on poverty black world who had been freed
To New SanctuaryPeace four times, and still in sla-
at 9:30 with Superintendent
Services for the day will begin color the latest National power, illegitimate babies and THE JOYS
Once the Emancipation
very. through
Resale Solomon charge.
at 9:30: with the Sunday Athletic Association the dominate culture.
The lesson will be reviewed by School. Deacon Rufus Cambridge He stated that the Black man Proclamation, then OF THE
Missionary Baptist basketball statistics green,
Pearce's class Satisfied 'Abraham Lincoln who c1Jdn'tfree
Deacon Earnest Until
will be In charge. The Church, now located at Jess gold and white for Jacksonville "can do anything anybody else you only fired and
The educational classes are you,
will be delivered can do" but Black HOLIDAYSEASON
sermon by "you're
ie and VanBuren, with its pastor University. .by the lth and 15th admend-
conducted the church every
the pastor. ... Rev. D'.B. Barnes, congregation The lofty Dolphins are,standing -,; first and then you become a taents."
and night,
Tuesday TALLAHASSEE Fla. -
administered : Doctor black
Communion will be or you're first
friends and well- tall in than
ways one.
Mrs. Wynn and Mrs.Solomon at service Those Christmas gifts may not and then become Soul City, said Mr. McKls-
3p.m.Prayer a teacher
wishers, will move to Its Riding a 5-0 record Into MondaY" sick, is being built so that
are instructors. and teachers meeting will beheld be merrily received unless new location at VanBuren and game with Harvard,JU's "We are confronted with ,"Black

,Wednesday All youth at choirs 5:30. The rehearse teach-. Tuesday at 7:30. On Wed the purchaser remembers several Duval, East Jacksonville,Sun giants are leading the nationIn Black people living In a itateof in capital people pwnership,can participate and llr.&Irs.
shopping rules. Com- '
nesday choir rehearsal is held powerlessness "
day. 110 Mr.
scoring averaging points Mc-
ers meeting Is at 645.: Prayer, Wednesday choln rehearsal is ,missioner of Agrlcult are This new three-story structure per Kentuckyls second Kissick said. "Education is control their own destinies Albert Yaner
is at 7:30. W.E' The town will Include
At 8 Doyle Conner has warned. shopping,
held Saturday the supposed to
p.m. was with 106 help
Purchased.recently a point game average,, you help
Young is pastor. should ,housing all muni-
youth choir rehearses. He said consumers The
march from the building The Dolphins also lead the nation
I In mind stores do
bear many now occupied to the larger In field goal percentage
not allow exchanges of sale structure will begin Sundayat shreddding the nets at. a .560\ I Masons Meet
Items; in some cases a sales 2 p.m., from Jessie adn clip LOW PRICES
? receipt Is necessary for exchanges VanBuren. All are invited to In team rebounding tea na' i

I gnstJiW.s, Lher( left with and the tags article should id KS be* Join .in this, historymakingevent. Is tion's listed tallest, team Dec. 26 To QUALITY.W RK

is and
exchange necessary should; The Baptist Ministers Broth In the individual statistics, "SOME OF QIMJILMOJILU"
warranty regulations erhood of Jacksonville and Du Artis Gilmore, JU's devastating ._
'be followed. val and the nation in Confer t ,
adjacent counties will giant leads DegreesAll Grand Park Elem School '..
"It also is a wise idea to the having' collected ';L'\
Join .
'. pastor, Mrs. Barnes, rebounding Fla Star News rt
all in- t
read and to save care
and ministers of all faiths 101 in four games for a 25.3 I
'structions-for appliances and worshipful masters andpast Carter G. Woodson School fe.4: : 4
and congregations Invitedto The "Big A" I. "
for clothes. When all gifts average masters are called to meet December Geo W. Carver School.t'i$ >
f Join the processional. tenth in scoring with a 31 ppg r
clean 26, on the fourth floor Forest Park School '
have been opened and : \
A will be at Pembrook Burrows t \f
program given ,
make certain all average Room No, 2, of the Masonnic lEphesus Jr. Academy .
,up begins, ,
2:30: at the end of the march JU's other Jolly green giant, t
410 Edward Water ,tF
Temple Broad for the College
boxes and papers are ; ,
In the
in the
,,thoroughly checked so that L. Jones new will building Rev. R. is ranked fourth nation with ferring of past master degreeson Over 15 Weddings (color)1"%fJ' :
preside. Rev in field goal percentage a '
o warranties three candidate Worthy R.V. Daniel Elem School"St.PaulA.Mt 1.
and are
guts, tap
G.A. Price will read from the .S 1 S shooting
Jey sad yee peace d.rtagYJ 1erdtb not thrown, away," she said.,. Psalms. average hitting on 25 of 37 Master Incharge., W. R. Lowedea, will be Mt. Ararat Chl4 Church ch w; jo,

shots St. John the Divine Installation Astro Gents Men Club '
In the national wire service services will ,be held on December Joe Baker And Assoc. y .

polls JU is ranked 18th by 27 at 7 p.m. Rev., W. Brayboy And Assoc. .. ': .

SUPPORT THE HACK PRESS ,,,AP and 19tn by UP. rates the ,P. Smith chaplain of Son of So- Jaxville Recording Co. ," '- .a', \;
Dunkel Index
TI : dynamic The Dolphins in eighth lomon Lodge Minister No. of 166, and the Day associate ,(OUT OF SPACE) Bob tain,

\ It's' Yeir Press position into the in first the regularly nation. ash 'Spring the speaker.Baptist H.Church Simmons, will be is AJU. ,Church, Alpha\. Phi Alpha Deb! Sigma: Theta-
the Dolphins 50 private Clubs ,- Leonard
duled coliseum game, District Deputy. Campus ,Towers-
r Studio
look to Harvard with designs Royal Diplomats Club Ron and Lou Campbell
\ Patronize Those Firms St. School .,
on fashioning more records Bethune Elem School Roosevelt High School
'CARTER'S': FUNERAL HOME and moving up in national 1 t1 SrAltrrp OUT 1 Washington Skoru School, '

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United Presbyterians Urge President. Nixon To Name Panther CommitteeLeaders -I

Suggest Grand Painting That Holiday Veteran's : I


Scheme of Elimination Corner ,,

NEW: luHlv.-Tlie United< Presbyterian Church in the UJS.A. The VA is the largest independent Whitney, M. Young, Jr.. .;L:
through its office of Information, has forwareded a telegram to e .
government agency employIng -
President Richard< Nixon expressing concern at the murder of
than 147,000 full-tlmi
u her Chicago Panthers "
"repression and harassment.
people) with about 87 per cent of '

k *) Dear The text'Mr.tutl0W5 President: : findings Signed Executive I this staff assigned to the Depart- No Room At The IRK ,: :
"Recent events In Cl cage Committee, Council Church It ment o' Medicine and Surgery

n' and Los Angeles seem to many and Pace, United Presbyterian 1 .
4e e', citizens to be integral puts Church in the UJS.A.; Rev. I. Nineteen hundred and sixty-nine tears ago a family earn"

of a nationally coordinated George E.Sweazey,Moderator looking for shelter in the town of Bethlehem ,;
of the General Will- Some 180,000 widows will rrcelve
of harassment Assembly; another but everywhere they met
strategy and They went from one Inn to ,
repression aimed at eliminat- lam P.Thompson,Stated Clerk & j' larger checks from the WIN with rejection from the hardhearted Innkeepers. And so they
l January 1970 under a law signed '
of the .
d Black GeneralAssemblyRev; where the Christ child was
ing the Panther Party.If finally found shelter In a manger, .
in October 1969.
this is an accurate conclusion edler G. Hawkins, Chairman, I born.
then the rights of all Council Church and Race;J. ';. . We celebrate that event. We rejoice in the coming of the
r citizens of whatever race are Henry Neale, Co-Chairman, spirit of peace and the message of goodwill to aU mankind
Council on Church and Race. of bard hearts and
< threatened."A But the innkeepers of today -- the men
The first veterans' benefit
Y substantial number of Americans The telegram was based ona 'record on cold blood .- are still with us. They too, celebrate. They
America is
statement of of the one enac-
of all concensus Christmas trees exchange presents and greet
races have ted the gather around ,
Executive Committee of the by Pilgrims of Plymouth
growing fears that such a strategy United Council Colony in 1636. ings and worship at churches consecrated to the messageChrist .
{ Presbyterian
does exist. Only a full brought'
and immediate investigation on ChurchandRace. Mr.Hawkins t. . But like their predecessors of ancient times, their mind*.
can determine the facts and Council Chairman, said are shut lathe universal principles they profess to believe
the committee ,
deal with th expressed
, the extralegal use of official ,rifle: concern regarding "the The Veterans AdministrationIn in.Who are the Innkeepers of today? Who are the shallow men
Its form createdby
power poses a serious threatto land ambiguities surrounding Youngster in Los Angeles County HeadStartprogramshows Intense concentration while paint present was of little faith who relegate Justice and decency to the rata
dn all our democratic institu- the raids in Chicago and Los log a picture of his favorite holiday. Ten pictures -. to be adaped and recreated in flowers on Executive Order on July 21, get today?
tions. Angeles, the deaths of 28 the Eastman Kodak float entered in the 1970( Pasadena Tourament of Roses Parade .- were 1930.
"We therefore urge you,Mr. leaders of the Black Panther selected from several thousand entries by Head Start children. Theme of the Kodak float is asses Some of them are men of God,
organization questions about ,clergymen who pretend to live
President to establish a pre- 'Holidaysare for Children
sidential the pattern of gun-fire in the During Fiscal Year 1969, VA 'by the word of Christ; who represent
Commission of distinguished
recent slaylngof a Black Pa"n- .treated 868,340( patients In its Him in too many pulpits -
f citizens of all races ther leader and the faculties, non-VA hospltlal They reject the social
K InCblcago, k
9 to Investigate actions against police Black and Judicial Panthers charges of planted evidencein Tuskegee Gets Science Funds." state homes and private. nursing gospel at the heart of the Christ
Los Angeles." homes. ian beliefs They close their
and similar in the .
groups .sAmerica's doors their black EIIand !
Such questlonshe said,"sug. to brothers,
two to its
pst report
years; ,gest the possibility of a nation- traditional of providing and help reinforce the prejudices -
findings incidents concerningpartlcular and wide strategy to harass, repress For Chemistry-Ag for disabled veterans dates of their lily-white congregations
possible connec-
back to two
and eliminate the Black England, nearly .
tions recommendations betweenlncldentsandits for ; Panthers by any means, legalor centuries before the Unites States Some are bulsness leaders,
neces- extra-legal." became a nation. respected by the community,
action in light of its
Institutes Men of power, men affluence,
,'4':, seeee But they keep black workers in
: The VA helps to train nearly the lowest Jobs, refuse to t hire
half of all the doctors who graduate train the poor, andflghtany _
r :: AIr Tuition and Allowances from medical school attempts by other groups, In- .,WHITNEY M. YOUNG, .
] see. eluding their enlightened fellow-businessmen. to bring about

Available change. ,
For Students The VA's home) loan guaranty Some are labor leaders, who resent attempts bymack'xork
program, signed into law in ers to Join their unions and qualify for high-paylnc Jobs. They'
school. June 1944, granted its first loan hide behind all sorts of devices to avoid living up to the equal-
TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE chemistry teachers a I effectiveness in the use of ,
,Ala better knowledge of their sub-; to Liles E.Meyeri for purchase tarlan principles of the majority of the labor ,movement
--Two scientific methods and equip
summer Institutes--in Ject matter. of a two-story row bouse Otheri are government officials, who avoid the Constitutional

I science chemistry--will and be agricultural conducted The 40 participants in the ment.Graduate credit is offered fps in Washington, D. C. mandate for eqallty. They,too, sqlrm out of taking affirmative -'
science Institute action to create an open society They too, see blacks
this summer with grants from agricultural courses in which participants .e.s1. other minorities as a perpetual underclass to be exploited an4oppre'ssed
will be concerned with increasing :
the national Science Founda enroll In both Tuition
their scientific whose legitimate demands for Justice must be avoided -
tion. general a stipend and some dependent '
knowledge in biology and Veterans studlng under the G. "
A $30,949NSFgraatwillsup allowances are pro- to Inform the Some "civic leaden '* who neither civil nor' leaden
in the of L BUI are urged are are ,
port the Summer Institute In biological aspects viced both chemistry and agricultural ...
animals arid:: plants food VA promptly If they have a cha- but rather reflectors of popular prejudices.Their "good
r Chemistry for Secondary of stud '. causes" Include to ill men .
science and Isotope technolo nge in their course } never extending eqallty ;
School Teachers. Both Institutes
There are many others: Educators who fear the black com
are scheduled during gy.The agricultural science institute Dr.. Margaret Mead munity and who don't teach black children the skills they need In
Tuskegee Institute's regular is also designed give Says this challenging world, policemen! who think they are Judge,'
summer session between June Jury and executioner all in one; college administrators wno

easo'u's and The August chemistry, 197().institute'> has its standing participants of the better continual under- Blacks Form A SocietyNEW don't environment.want their ivory towers sullied. by students, from a different -

changes In the technology of
been conducted,at Tuskegee.V .
a1 There and many others -- are today's Innkeepers. These
.V some.I? year,,,Toe program production increase and, conservation ..," EW YORK--Dr. Margarei t t Mead today urged Americans ,qty, the men of 'o k-bard souls who canonlJclln to their.von
I the
Is to high purttclpuntsO.J. not tcbe( "misled" by Inclal 'naive ":
designed :
qittt5tirWHITTINGTONROGERS f. give prov or bigoted experts" tenuous self-esteem ty keeping others down : '<
who attempt to establish that Black Americans are less Intel- The man who doesn't want a black family to move Into Us.
Is Top Choice I llgent than white Americans, arguing that their claims are I i neighborhood aid then goes to church to worship -,- perhaps) to
Simpson based on the "false premls:e" that the Blacks represent a pray that his neighborhood stays lUy-white .. Is morethan Just

race lion. "They are those Indici-- a hypocrite. _
For NFL 74 All-Pros American Negroes are ,nota duals who have any visible He Is morally sick, the victim of the disease of the soul that
Funeral Home race at all," Dr. Mead African traits or, lacking could bring this great nation to its knees. He needs to be cured

NEW YORK:-O.J. Simpson Buffalo's O.J. Simpson, he asserted in a magazine article these are known or believedto else his sickness will spread to his children and his friends,
was a unanimous selection Iud unanimous choice of the released recently and call have some ,.African ances He needs to be cured, or his Illness will continue to Infect our
800 W. Slate Phone 354-7879 Joe Namatb and Gale Sayers and Dallas' Calvin selectors denigration"ed (for an end that to bas the resutlw"social try."They IIIttonallUe. ,
were conspicuous by their absence : Hill are the running backs. vary from individualswho The Christ child was born in a manger but His message
I from their ,
Attendants in a poll of NFL and Sayers is down-rated by most being classified as, may have 31 white ancestors lives and He is revered.
AFL coaches naming the like- of the experts because few ,one In and one ancestor who was The Innkeepers who shut their doors on the Holy Family are
ly AU-Pro team of 1974. players have been able :to a copyrighted article for African in orgln, to some who scorned and vilified So too, shall their successors be scornedand
1.1.\ CRAWFORD MARY M. ROGERS JOE BALDWIN The poll appearing inSPORt play five years beyond a Redbook magazine, the noted have American Indian as well pitied, for they know not what they do.

[ Magazine, designed to rate crippling leg injury. anthropologist compared the as Africanand white ancestors, In this season of peace, let us strive to broaden !narrow minds
1 C. Jr. the younger stars in pro football Tne wide receivers namedin present disadvantages of ,and to the very few persons and open closed doors.
Samuel Rogers Black Americans to those of
names Cincinnati's Greg the SPORT poll were Dave the ethnic from the who, on the basis of superficial
Cook at quarterback. The groups appearance,may be wholly
r Licensed Funeral Director, Owner general feeling is that Namath' Haven Williams Moses of of St.Buffalo Louis Joined and' Eastern Mediterranean and Central countries Europe and African in descent.extraordinarily By Inheritance Morgan Slale Gels 113,870 ''For' Math I
either will be stopped by injuries -' they are an -
by tight end Ted Kwallckof
who migrated to this
I : J i ha' rMftiMthat or will Point retire., before. .. San Francisco.' between 1870 and 1920 and recalled categorization diversified as group members; their of BALTIMORE, MD.-ANational Stipends and allowance: I inclu*'

Bob Johnson' of Cincinnati'anchors that they, too, were dne group Is entirely arbitrary Science Foundation Grant of$U3, .'de a basic stipend of$3,000 payable -
thq center of the offensive thought to belong to "differ 870 has been awarded Morgan monthly, ao allowance of$4-

Get number line on this furute ent, unassimllable 'rac..'." "This, arbltary social designation State College to help support the 50 for each dependent up.tot
our dream team, flanked by offensive Calling for the creation of a : In the United States sixth Academic Year Institute in'maximum of four, a book allow
guards Gene Upshaw community of; "all Americans has carried-.and In most Mathematics for Se c o ndary,ance of $79 and 'and a travel
.of Oakland and Mo Moorman' ," Dr. Mead warned that I cases still carries--a terrible School Teachers, directed by Dr. allowance not' to exceed;:,$120.
ao; of Kansas City,, and offensive education alone cannot change ,burden of discrimination that Walter R. Talbot. With this grant,' this program
tackles George Kunz of) Atlanta the destinies of Black Americans -' has the most potent influenceson This grant will allow experienced -will have brought :$599,000 of
and Rufus Mayes of any more than it did thoseof health, length of life, edu secondary school teachers Federal Funds into the State ot
Chicago.On immigrants in the past. cation, economic and social to spend an entire year related Maryland. 'Y
the defensive club of the "It is the state of our beliefs, opportunity and ,freedom of 'summer session in full-time Courses in the Institute must\ ,

i s 5 X' S aZ future in the SPORTpoIIare'Claude individually and collectively"which 'choice. study of mathematics ,be taken for crediVi : 1&'t, .
Humphrey of Atlanta must change, she said.
and Bubba Smith of Baltimoreat And ."the principal stumbling It'
f end. The defensive tacklesare block is the belief, shared by Look! Dog Racing Fans!

Alan Page of Minnesotaand many people, that NegroAmericans -
1 1I 1f the only collegian in the constitute i race,"
f e group, Mike McCoy of Notre Dr. Mead said thet not by
racial but by social designs
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. THE SWEET SMELL OF CHRISTMAS kii MART DCXTItt Mrs Santa's Coffee Cake __ I

The beginning of a new family
NEW YORK (ED)-It'll the cotr e.But. HOBBYCORNER c tradition. Just as great
Meet smell of Christmas, the fragrance that pre grandmother favorite recipes
wafting through the house- dominates over all is pine-. for turkey dressing cookies;
the aromas of good cooking spreading about the house and handed other down goodies from have been

and the good scent of pine from Christmas tree to to generation so will generation this new
thnt are at much a part of kitchen clean-up. For sparkle, coffee cake'recipe using California .
holiday pleasures ns Rood that also bespeaks the season, From LeeWards Design Center Dried Figs and your laY
cheer and good company. good chefs get ready for com orlte hot roll mix. And what
I Good cooks around: the pony with crisp-scented Pine. Make Your Own Inexpensive better time to discover the
world perfume the air in Sol a cleaner-dieinfectant Holiday OrnamentsA good eating enjoyment that can
their own special ways, nil of that leaves everything smelling be yours during the festive

them aromatic In France,the Christmas, as well .as new hobby Is intriguing, holiday season.
Yule log and the cake named looking that way. women handicrafters, andit's r-c California Dried Figs have. let I ; -
4 been a traditional holiday favorite
after It-Buche de Noel-an. This eenson-to be jolly,why perfectly timed for Christmas for and
many years when
nounce that the holidays are not spread Christmas cheer used In this simple and quick IJM I- i
here. In Meirie Old Englandand around the house,with a scent recipe have crowdplea
Called resin it you
.tt. allows
much of modern America that appeals to all the senses T .
er that will add sparkleto
to lUke endless mold Now mix casting
)1 i .you an arr.yof you
-Christmas is time for .Just the thing to make your your holiday entertaining
colorful and resin with hardening
exciting ornaments a polyester
plum pudding served with own plum pudding even more, For
special holiday breakfast
for your tree, windows liquid and spread the substance -
cups of steaming fragrant delicious I and brunch to late evening entertaining -
doors and all around over the surface of r'A
want to +
the house to spark mold, to youll serve P
CHRISTMAS PLUM PUDDING your surroundings your up Mrs Santa's Coffee Cake and s wr
with the festive the cord outline.
IK cups seedless raisins 1 cup packaged bread r.. Its so easy to do when you
1% cups dried currants crumbs look Let it dry for ;tf keep several packages of luscious -
CHRISTMAS PAST Start of Basically the ornamentsare to four California Dried Figs
% cup chopped nutmeats % teaspoon baking soda two hours
a tradition I ,the aa :o'nfd'r: :: It. 1 cup sifted flour, divided % teaspoon cloves made by molding quick. then remove from within easy reach. es,
brought to
2 eggs, beaten <4 teaspoon allspice drying resin Into many the mold and cut away excess They are a wealth of energy v
K cup light molasses tt teaspoon cinnamon Interesting shapes You can glue or resin with scissors and nutrition packed with
% cup buttermilk U teaspoon nutmeg make the molds and buy the natural fruit sugar, vitamins
"Whoever cats Tie the excess cord Into a .and minerals And they are so pr
a plum pudding M cup finely chopped suet x teaspoon salt 1 IngredientsMaking
on each of the twelve % cup pineapple juice bow. Glue small metallic ornaments ,versatile you can use them
of Christmas, or get eon to the surface year'round in dozens
days making
a wish on the drat mouth. Combine ral"lns. currants, nutmeats and % cup flour. Combine DO pieta kits if you care to ferent ways or "as .ffrlt::;
fill each day, will be bleated eggs molasses buttermilk, suet and fruit juice. Combine remain. that contain .,i and hang from the from the package for quick
by luck all year. But bad ing flour, crumbs, baking soda, spices and salt and add to eggmixture. aU the m.terials. tree or on a wall energy pickup .
luck attend the greedy Add floured fruit and mix well Pour into greased ItJ If do not Mrs Santa Coffee Cake' ,. ,.- -...-.._ ..-; ..;...--
who nibble ,, plum puddings quart mold. Cover and set on rack in deep kettle Add boiling .4 you Prepare hot roll mix accord with foil.) Sprinkle with one-
the molds Is '. w.nt various
before the Christmas feast.Exgluli ." water to about one inch below cover of mold. Cover. Steam continually eu) to purchase the 1 package hot roll mix Ing to package directions After half the chopped figs Continue''
superstition IVi to 2 hours. Makes 10 to 12 servings Serve with .hard You draw or trace the outlineof elements separately, there are' /< melted butter' first riling cut dough Into layering until all dough Is
sauce snowmen and fresh, hot coffee simple holiday Items a excellent complete kit, cup pieces the size of walnuts and used Top with remaining figs,
_. _.w._----.. '* Christmas stocking, a poinsettia available that give you a wide 94 cup sugar shape Into balls Roll In melted nuts and sugar mixture. Let
leaf, a tree ornament, a' variety. You can make quite a teaspoon cinnamon butter then mixture of sugar rise until double In volume,
I, A't Ire I- bell or star for Instance. number of Christmas cinnamon and nuts. Puta bake at 350 F. for 40 to 45
; Affix this ornaments for very little yt cup finely chopped nuts layer of balls barely touchIng minutes, Turn upside down
design money. K cup chopped Calif01 nil in well'greased angel food Serve warm or cool. Garnish
to a piece of card cake pan tit bottom la re with candled traits. and figs If
board by taping! apiece One source for a great Dried Flfi movable line bottom and sides desired,
of smooth many such ideas not onlyin
cellophane over the resin molding but in many a ..
entire area of your.sketch. other hobby and handicraft
Then glue a length 'of directions, is LeeWards. ..
heavy gold cord around the Their catalog has pages and .
eA 6 4fy outline. You may have to pin pages of suggestions for
< ws the cord to the cardboard until things to make. And it Is I
,. It dries solid All Purpose available without charge to
cement No 527 Is good for any interested woman.

this purpose teave several. Just send your name and MERRY
tMa inches of excess Cord to act asa address to LeeWards, CHRISTMAS
bow. Department DC, 840 N. State

I + U+ wM The cord becomes the Street, Elgin, Illinois 60120 to all of our many friends

LEMON-AIDS for DIETER Christmas: Don't. MakeIt i/.d

.L Thousands on restricted diets Your "Last" Holiday lfl4, ,1 111 nlrl Y

have discovered that ReaLemon Millions of Americans are sip BP
bottled lemon juice makes an soon to begin their annual purchases /, IIN/N h
excellent, low-calorie substitute of tree-trimming and
decorative materials However
for salt and/or fats Sprinkled the prevailing holiday atmosphere BROADNAX SERVICE STATION
on hot vegetables and salads always overshadowsone
CHRISTMAS PRESENTl' Plum pudding perfection with a difference. Aromas of pine pervade it brings out their natural good essential aspect of a com-
this modern house,. a combination of ,Pine-Sol,, for cleaning and, Christmas tree sirs flavor without adding calories.It p'otely merry Christmas: eleotrtcal .. JOHN I LEON BROADNAX ,.IIII rs

may be used as a salt substitute safety
The of Christmas. on steak and other high,; At no other time of the year
Manic are as many potentially has GAS OIL ACCESSORIES, -
The happy anticipation you that,"JUit rights that .but there protein foods And,with only 4. ardous electrical fixtures lineS
feel when a friend ,relative,, spark can be' frustrating and I now.; aresome calories bottled
px per tablespoon, flammable materials used in .
make it
opens that gift YW.ICUaref1rk. firing especially during. \ ) ,!!l' easier lemon )Juice becomes a refresh, the hOme. Therefore, at no We'appreciate'your'' GRElSIY IA'
ly chose is part jof the"maglc> jtisy holiday"season.* :."' "t :Keep in mind usually its low-calorie beverage when other time'of the year do as { .I0 UE J iERaSEYICE
of Christmas The'pleafture Sir Shopping early Is the best I the simple, useful, non-gim. ing many people leave themselves kindnessand I
even greater when you know way to beat the "what will I Icky gifts suited to the Indt :hot or cold water and artificial so susceptible to open disaster '
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Mink Oil: New Beauty Boon? Little fashion .Pacesetters. For 1910 Forever, Beautiful the for
year giant ,
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Lovely women tea a major milestone in _
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fn producing Ilghtl"acentecl MInk Pearls bath oil, Jovan i r .
Inc.. of. _Chicago.,.hat develop. __ .
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all other bath olla now marketed have discovered the ,beauty "
are mineral oll-baeed, secret ahead of most others. ,I
while Mink ft; Pearls contains A Paris beauty editor confides, i:
a natural emollient, essence of "I am myself a great believer 'I ',1
milt oil. More than that, In mink oar"
there teems a bit of magic in So there need be little surprise ,
the way mink oil works to over the notation con j
,soften and silken the skin. tained in a document from the .. "
How else, explain a mystery U. 8. Patent Office reporting: :
that baffles scientists? (Notingthe "As a result of extensive experimentation :
speed with which a drop It has now been H /
'of mink oil spreads and penetrates found that cosmetio prepara M
the skin, one baffled research tions containing from about ,Ito 4 I 'I

chemist reported that about SO percent -. mink ", ".
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superior to cosmetio
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Actually, because of its low ufactured.preparations heretofore man .The cute babies lD the above pictures,modellngruhionsby Nan- hire toe young"lady with the tarp eyes,is all dressed up in a -
surface tension It simply That's exactly what women nette, are trying to suggest what little ones,should wear this bright gold bonded orlon skirt; with ravel'chain suspendersheld
moves the very fast to spread have been finding out with coming year. On the left the little miss 1. sporting a Jump with coins la buttonholes. The attached white dacron and ,:.< M
Its across tiny and And penetrate becauseof their first bath in Mink suit by Nannekln. It has a white,startup! collar with bow and cotton voile blouse has lace edging around the collar and wrist-
what yet another scientist used Pearls the bath oil. Some have long sleeves with volte cuffs. The pants are barrelllke. In length sleeves. And, last, but not least,Is the young man ready f
calls its miscibility with water of the oil,golden while others liquid prefer form the second picture the famous longcollar for little boys in shown: for a holiday cruise in his nifty six-button double breasted P .
; mink oil is Ideal as an application lobes into the tub a handfulof The dacron and cotton gold shirt is coordinated with patferned seersucker jacket worn with flared pants In navy poplin At
the that skin will and help to lubricate the capsules that resemble gold and oxford gray on white corduroy trousers. Two rows of his neck Is a tashlonablepolka dot ascot. All are by Nanneklns. k s ',.)
yet retainIts a mm. pearls No matter which stitching march down Costs are low.
natural moisture. the front of the shirt. In the thir pic- d
they: choose, the result Is ..
Most women, being more predictable as a lunar eclipse: .

entlat practical,- are than ready the ordinary to accept sci a Mink softens&the Pearls skin! sllkens like no other and- NEW-MOOD That Festive Outfit

good .thing, with or without bath oil. iHT: j
explanation. Many women say It makes f llJby ,1
An Oklahoma woman, whose
bathing seem as exciting as a
slx,-year old daughter's extremely trip to the moon.. MINK : BRIGHT nJ ,
dry skin made even !,
bathing a problem, Mink oU Is the unique In- Carol Bennett -
happenedon Holiday pantsdressing adds a touch of glitter for sashaying
gradient In this Mink It Pearls
mink oil and.found it "bet.
ter than anything else" recommended bath 00, available both In LIGHT RIGHTNEW "Thank Heaven for Little Girl. brightly through the festivities of the holiday season A blu 1
liquid form and In capsules: I. an understatement, at the
by two skin special very log pink cotton velvet In the newest pants shaping, wlde-leg-
: that have the jewel-Dke look least Nothing In more enjoyable "
ged-cum-tunlc-topplng. accented with "outline
ists. brilliantly !
of real, t-mm. pearls than a little girl turning into a' ,
mature young lady and has of shimmering crystal and pink "shells" caught with silvery .
YORK (ED-Spar-) a Budding Beauty Dresser Set that braid Into a delightful sparkle trim.Christmas ,
,kling holiday weather ahead I will intrigue and delight any young ,
Time for pale champagne and e lady. As practical as It Is pretty,
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even paler
tJPeaffi pelts precious brush and a mirror that features acute
American mink to warm any little girl's face on the back ? a J
cit winter scene s women, young and old, love to be
Newest of all are the minks r.r. ,pampoiii*, 0
in champagne colon-bright*, .
light fun that are so right Men have finally come Into their
now. With 58 hues to set the 'I 4 own fashion-wise and it's as etching
season sparkling there's one for them as It{ la ton us. Their
for look Is masculine and distinctive,
complexion from
every and to go with It they need a dis-
glowing Morning Light Emba 1't tinctive cologne and after shave
S natural blue beige to luscious lotion. Monsieur de Givenchy was
Lutetia Emba natural,, designed with In
gunmetal "+d k 1 wr "Him" mind and
it matches his distinguished look. ftlessings
Best of the crop of 'new I I If you spoil him a little, he'll notice
beauties are the couture-salon t Sec you more. .
shapings with body cling.Cas- May this holy season of Christmas,
ual but The best dressed women are Im-
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*, tier i STAI PAPERS:: I DECEMBER 27 !

Ui' Alabama 'State Elects Floridian Among Students Chosen For Top Honors I

If Society Promotes High Gulf Corporation Promotes. j j1j Blacks Communist. Party James laldwin Will Retl,1


Scholarship On CampusAlabama wr. Protests Brutal To Civil! Rights, battle

State University tad nine students who have been elected Panther MurdersNEW
;, MACON--More than 4,000 ed the meeting. He said,
to The Alpha Kappa Mu College Honor Society. These enthusiastic Georgians attended "Georgia needs black office
students, Juniors, and seniors, have maintained an accumulative l YORKi-Tne Communist the first statewide convention holders, not only for the governor's -
) wt ;
of 1.3 and above Dr. George W. Core is secre-
average Voters chair but In other
Party, U.S.A., has released a of the Georgia ,
tarytreasurer.To .. Macon's audi- positions like that of lieuten-
brutal In city
strong protest against the League
be for active' Alpha Kappa MU is a mem-
eligible ber of the AssrciaUon of Col- killings by Chicago police torium recently. ant governor. He said that
emebershlp In a chapter, a lege Honor Soclties. The Director of Fred Hampton,21,and Mark Of the 4,282 delegates, 2,588 Dr. Tate in Atlanta was defeated -
student shaU be repsteredandIn In the schoolat of the Bureau of Recruiting : Clark, 22, members of the were youths who came by bus., by Negroes in the race
good standing and Examination of i' Black Panthers, and of the by car, and by foot. for mayor.
Is locat-
which the
chapter the U.s. Civil Service Com I wounding of four others, In a The convention was calledto Other speakers were Bishop
ed. He shall be a Junior or mission Informed the ACHS, recent release. order by Hosea L.Williams :R.B. Shy, and Rev. Andrew
senior and shall have earneda
Bernard Lee stated the Young.
that "the commission The Partywrltes"Thebrutal Rev.
minimum of 75 semester dopted a new qualification tiara1 1! klllingswere premeditatedde- purpose of the gathering, "To Three Georgians were honored -
hours of credit toward a de- The Gulf Oil has announced the black o leaders and Prof. D.F. Glover received
standard for Federal positions Company--UJ5. promotion of three employees to.Salts llberate murder me presi- encourage black
gree. His grade point aver- whereby a bachelor's degree Representative posts, two in its MarkettngReglonand one in the Midwest Region.This dent of the Chicago Afro-Ame organizations through t h estate the John Wesley Dobbs
age must not be less than holder or candidate can qualify announcement brought the total of such advancements to seven in the last three months. Two rican Patrolmen's Lr ague to stop fighting among award of $500 for his workIn
3.3 expressed under the system for grade G." Philadelphia, Daniel E. Smith and Robert B, Bowie, have completed their assignments as stated that the official police themselves, further dividing political science, Herbert
where the grade of "A"is The following students were Sales Tranlees and have joined Gulfs sales force in Baltimore and New Haves.'respectlvely. story that it was a shootoutis ; the black community! and to Parker received the A. T.
equal to 4 points. elected membership. Listed In the Midwest, Leslie 0. Gaines Is representing Gulf in the East Side of Cleveland. Earlier a lie."On unite in a coalition and con- Walden award of $250 for a
Are gradepoints and home Gulf announced similar advancements for I.E. Carroll, Miami, and G.F. Terrell, Tampa, both December 8 the bead- federation in an effort to Implement student in a field related to
} towns. in the Southern Region; E. J. Anderson, Chicago, Midwestern Region; and P.L. Abram, Los .quarters In Los Angeles was the theme (Unity! In' civil rights. Robert Lahns
P Delilah Eaton, 3.84, Montgo- 'Angeles, Western Region. Mr. Smith a native Philadelphia, first Joined Gulf in 1965 in the surrounded and attacked by The Black Community! ), to received the John Calhoun a-
:mery,., Ala.; Rogers Wopds, Eastern Region Office He had been serving as a Consignment Representative in the Philadelphia massive armed police force. lunch Georgia's most pretentious ward for leadership as youth
3.52 Tuskegee, Ala.; Juantla District before his promotion to Sales Trainee earlier this year. He has studied at "What we are witnessing is voter drive, to organize in dealing with the school crisis -
Gaston 3.50, Annlston, Ala.; Temple University and the University of Pennsylvania and plans to enroll at Morgan State Col- the stepping up of the cold' 'Georgia youth into' a viable with voter registration
Robert Laster, 3.43, Niagara lege, Baltimore, to complete work on a degree. He is married and the father of a'daughter blooded conspiracy of the De- i political program, to offer a and with the political education ,
New York; Phillip White,3.42, and'a son Mr. Bowie was a policemen In Philadelphia for four years before Joining Gulf this partment of Justice,the F.B.I.. forum for educators, civil programs in the county
Fort Myers, Fla.; Ralph year The Greenwood, S.C., native has studied accounting at St..Joseph College In Philadelphia and the police forces of major rights leaders and fot lawyers Attorney C.B.Kln?was chosen -
Holmes 3.40, Mobile, Ala.; and also has taken courses at the University of Pennsylvania. He is amember of the cities to systematically te- to formulate plans to pro as the league's candidatefor
Juliette Elmore 3.39 Mont- NAACP, SCLC, CORE and the Fraternal Order of Police. He and his wife are the parents of strop and physically wipe out tect the stability of black governor Arriving late, '
gomery, Ala.;Mark Kiel,3.36,. a .son. Mr. Gaines, a basketball star for the Ohio State University the mid-50s, holds a the Black Panther Party Its schools and the security of Attorney King was stunned
Coffeevllle, Ala.; Katie Boy- Bachelor of Arts degree In Business Administration from that school and was In sales for a leadership and membership black teachers." when told of the choice He
I kins, ,3.33, Minter, Ala.' distiller before joining Gulf early this year. He Is a native of Findlay, Ohio. He and his "The Black Panther Party'is Of prime concern was the immediately requested a
Miss Annette B. Baugh, Instructor wife, Patricia, are the parents of two daughters and Mrs. Gaines is Chairman of the English a militant organization,most- choosing of a black man as closed conference with leaders -
I of Mathematics a t Department of Griswold Institute In Cleveland. Mr. Gaines ran an unsuccessful race for the ly of young people which fights a candidate for governor. .
.. Alabama State University! is Cleveland City,Council 1966. for the Just rights of the black Hosea Williams, before the Later the nominee said "I
.adviser of the chapter and also people. The accusation against -. noon recess, said that 400, cannot find words adequate
regional director of the the Panthers that they 000 blacks are.registered: in, ly express my deep appreci-
organization. Detrick Hodges I seek to provoke so-called the state. It is the hope of ation. Honestly today Is a
Dr. 9 orp.W. Gore -and John J. Ivery are presi- I I Civil Rights Commission Sees "shoot-outs" with the plllce the or nlzatlon' to register great. day for me and my fami-
dents of the ASU undergraduateand Is deliberately fabricated to some 200,000 more. ly..
local graduate chapters discredit the Panthers and to Dr. Ralph Abernathy: keynot-
The purpose of the society respectively. cover up the aggressive onslaughts -
to promote high scholarship; President Levi Watkins is a Black Power Education of the police."
,.1, to encourage sincere and zeal charter member of the national "We urge Immediate action. Fritz Pollard Introduced
ous endeavor In all fields of organization which was The Party! suggested protest-
I. knowledge and service.' founded at Tennessee Ail University I Ing In all ways possible by Color I
In 1937. Dr. George AsI i J Important In Ghetto Areas telegrams, letters, petitions, Into Nat'l Football .
t W. Gore former President of to the Justice Department and
Florida AIM University! ,Is the. to the President to stop the attack -
{, t LISTING OF HOMES national secretary-treasurer.. on the Panthers and to
Fritz Pollard line and refused to
free Bobby Seals Huey New- graduate of play
Donald W. Buries Outlines Brown Butler In the Polo Grounds.
: FOR SALE ton and the other Panther pri- University, introduced
color into the National Foot- For some time Blackathletes
Top 20 Basketball soners. ball League In 1921. His steered clear of discrimination. -
?;'The' Further reminders Include appearance
Veterans Administration Control NeedsThe
Community Slater fabulous
has reconditioned vigil around the Panther head- as a member was remained -
Teams designed, It was said, to bring and switched to the
homes listed for sale near 12-13-69 quarters, a defense fund for
Chicago Cards
Interest into the sport. A the American
you. Both Veterans and United States Civil Rights Commission in Its Civil Rights Digest of the fall of.J969, .presents Panther aid,protest meetings,. drawing card was needed. He Football League in 1926,
., Non-Veterans can qualify. Basketball scores, as oflz- an illuminating article: on Community,Controlled Schools,Politics and Education.; supporting of the Inquires of was a college man. remaining until 1931.
Interested in Investigating
local Real congressman
a 81 Mr. Donald W. Burnes is the American control those institutions He had In 1933 and 1934 Joe Llllard
.19-69.: Tuskegee Lane, can Indian and Oriental urged to payment of Indemnities become famous in
Broker for Informal
l I tlon and more for a vls'tto 70; Wlnston-Salem, 71, Liv author. He conducted a study communities have been that directly affect its to families of the vic- 1915 when he embarrassed a played with the Cardinals. He
these arrange ingstone 50; Clark Georgia, of community controlled relegated to,a geographically life. ,Of tims, the ousting of racists, superb Harvard team with an was a flash from the University -
see properties. -Tie, Alabama A&M, 84; Mur- schools as a member of the, definable area,ott(/. nation's ,r. Mr, Burnes Indicated( ,there.,- Minutemen, KKX members and equally'' superb performance. of Oregon Oze Simmons,
L .- HO DISCtlMIMTION.CAN ray.';U8,' .tams! Penn. 711;, o Educational Dlcislon.;the ':metropolitan; 'areafA ;;:"*; tote that ghetto schools have?c.t'jsjoMi Blrthers and the removal The.azt'iPrJ.IQUar4tlddled J : .Iowa. ,.University firecracker,.
Jackson,, Mississippi, 96, Commission.; He is now on" "quarters". Within the ghetto/'.mneeessarlbepome import).;T dot Kayor Daley'and the Chi- Yale."with. three touchdowns with others, played In New
ANYONE! BOY.: Tougaloo, 71; Maryland State, the Follow-Through staff of minority groups find them-' ant. He points out that ghetto cago police chief and the requesting in the Bowl game. with others, played In a New
1 .117, Federal College, 87.teinos the United States Office of Education. selves "served" by Institu- parents have become aware of of the National Human The congregation went wild. Jersey League.
tions that are controlled by'White the inadequacy of ghetto Rights Commission to inquire. He followed by scholar, Phi Things changed: Think of
". All quotes from the author' America--schools, po- I schools They are eschewing Beta Kappa, Paul Robeson, of Kenny Washington, UCLA All-
f will be Indicated. lice, welfare agencies, public traditional education. They are Rutgers. Walter camp chose American fullback,who played
According to Mr.Burnes,local housing administrations, etc. becoming aware of the correlation NC A&T iobscon as an AU-American with Los Angeles Geaoge
control of public schools The resulting sense of fear, between the role of th* and three successive years Taliaferro, Indiana University -
began after the great Horace distrust, and alienation has school and the racist prac- To MadisoN He is 'credited with throwing Joined up with the Cards
Mann in the 1840's emphasized provided an impetus for the tices in America. Mr. Burns and running the first end-a- and later changed to the AFL.
the need of public educa- growing demand for self-de points out that the white man round athlete in American history He became the first Black
tion. Therefore, the conceptthe termination in the ghettothecry ,has dominated education witha Garden quarterback in pro-football.
"neighborhood school Is for Black Power.Unfortunately system that has been most George Halas, co-owner of Buddy Young,Illinois,erased
based on the positive value of for the country .Impervious to change. Black NEW YORK-The: Nor'thCa-' the Chicago Bears, tried to records setablished by Grange.
I'A proximity! between the family u a whole, White American teachers have found them- rollna A4T- basketball team bar the black man from com He joined New York. Others
and the school so that this con- has misinterpreted this symbol *selves In a vise of tradition. has been signed for the Ag. petition. He would not let tWO joining the New York Yankees
tact can exist." Because White Amrrlca School board members white,. gles' first appearance in the team compete against Pollard. were Marion Motley Len Ford
In white communities stress has sensed the angerandhos-, have 'ruled In the ghettos huge Madison Square Garden Now, he is singing the praisesof Horace Gillom and Willis
has been placed on the accessibility '-, tility without understanding "But," emphasizes M r. .early next year.N. Gale Sayers recently named Others are Willie Galimore,
of the school to the com the underlying causes, it has ,,Burnes, "black people are demanding All T athletic director Albert and All-Amet lean. Lenny Moore, Rosey Grier,
muni!)'. concluded that !the aspirations a change. .By E. Smith announced this Then came Duke Slater, Sol "Daddy" Ups comb. Jim
Uuis1nlils "In ghetto communities," o of minority! groups are es- creating a school or series of week that the Angles will meet butler and Mayo(Ink)Williams Brown and John Mackey,
1t writes Mr. Burnes, "there is' sentlally destructive, that the schools that are directly responsible Lincoln University of Pehn- all graduates of Iowa. .They Brown Sayers, Hill and 0.J.
traditionally such local son- fabric of the society will be to officials elected sylvania as part of a double- played for Hammcnd Indiana' This has proven that the Black.
trol. High level decisions are destroyed. 'by the black community, header In the Garden. on January The New York Giants drew the man has been .a savior.greetings .
sufficiently removed from the "Instead Black Power must 'ghetto residents have discovered 3, 1970.
+ ghetto client that he can have be viewed as a positive, unifying : that they can play substantially I .
o little or no Impact on what the theme. political terms I greater part In in-
school does to his child. It means the acquisition of i surlng that at least one In- jeRSOn'S
I fieRce n Qartj "Black communities are now black control over the political i stltutlon responsive to their (
developing a strategy' for machinery of the ghetto, the |needs and expectations.
boob Will fto Out 3nb ALL creating accessibility and accountability moblUzatln of a black power "Community! control o f From All The. Employee '
community con- block. in economic teems, 'schools Is, of course a form "
trol. In every way, this stratagem Black power connotes the development 'of Black Power. represents ,
I HAYERTY FURNITURE CO. is simply an extensionof of Negro entrepreneurship thrust for Increased power,
a concept that has been Implemented ofblacwownedbusi- in a political and a psychological -
in many communities. nesses and black economic sense. Through com-
407 LAURA ST Logically, there schould1 power. In the social and cul- ;;'munlty control,the black com-
be no problem. tural context, Black Power ;"munlty! can Increase its control
"At its heart the thrust toward means the development of aposltivo S0111 lead to an overbalance of
) "' community control is a Finally, in education .;'race instruction. He re-.
complex political as well as Black Power means the minds us that in New York
educational issue. Minority! creattoQ of an educational and in Washington many
CHRISTMAS group communities have been system that has meaning for .schools are more Integrated
contained, within the implicit, the residents of the ghetto,one 'than. neighboring school ,V
and often explicit, walls of the to which they can relate and The evaluation of community ...
classical ghetto. Regardlessof one which maximizes their control must come about
\ social and economic class, potentlonal. In other words, through the analysis of pro-,,

HEE members of the Black, Mexi the black community! is being I blems.


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I D.C. Federal City College Panthers Finished Football Season With All Victories-

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Coach: Ed tracks Stirred For Beaity-Keep Eye OR The Ill'r" Dr. ComelyDespita

At FAMU !I. 1954 Seises the tact that I have become rather disenchanted with
federal study committees and have come to consider most of
( the yas stalling devices, Pro encouraged delighted at the
S Vaf in which the Health, Education, and Welfare Task Force
WASHINGTON,D.C.;Federal City College of Washington is fa Medicaid is tackling Its extremely difficult Job.
making great strides all facets of activity. A lot of my confidence In this new study group, which was
Athletic and Physlcal-bea11h- J Wk commissioned by HEW Secretary Robert H. Finch in July to
recreation: education programs excellence which prevailed find ways of controlling skyrocketing medical costs and to Improve -
are the school's programs for only on the football field WwW health care for the poor, can be directly attributed to
sports and participation and a continue to prevail the 'my deep respect for the chat man of the Task Force, Walter
appreciation, for bodybuilding classroom and In the activi ., J. McNerney. -- !>,
activities and for : \ For some time Mr. McNer-
mic ,De y president of the Blue I
The Cross Association, has been I .
club : a: leading spokesman for getting -] ,
The FCC ,, ; more and betterhealtlil '
i': cue to the millions of American -
,; '
; : t poor. And because off
and were his concern in this area, mi
The : confident that the Task Force!
opponents : will give equal attention to improving -
They > medical services as to | q

yielded curbing rising costs.
are now In some respects Fm very I
Club sympathetic with the claim of I
a the National Welfare Rights
& organization that the Task J

ty of .. Force should have Includedthe
Rutgers ., poor in its membership. ,p l
cent 'However, I believe Mr. Me-
D.C. ,, Nerney and other members [ I1A. '
and of the Task Force, such as .... w .__ a
; ;7r' ,., Z 5 A Dr.. James G. Haughton, De-
More .' ,:j I. ; e A puty Administrator of New York City's Health Services Admlni-
. football ," in t fStratlon, are keenly aware of and committed finding solutions .
earn t.{ to the health problems of the ration's poor.
.; .
team :Just weeks before Secretary Finch appointed him chairmanof

papers ..i :' : .) this study group, Mr. McNerney blasted the federal govern
out for.OJ ment for spending more than a billion dollars on medical research -
Ed ine ball mlghtbe a 7. aid W' easy to use,requires little investment and practically last year while spending less than $18 million on improving -
'a 1954 Rhythra'and Bounce X no skill. A product of Cosom Corporation. It is sold in sport- the delivery of J alth services
AIM kind of exercise equipment. and department stores. He said, "In a market where significantly less than 50 per-
lettered L-j cent of the new expenditures for health are translated Into new
ball and 1 : services or modernization the disparity Is devastating In
''past ten It Uo-The Pios a terms of both human compassion and economic soundness."

ing to ; '; -:-' -' ." \---V-E\. ,., In addition, it's almost a sure thing that one of the McNerney
head | '' :.,',( : Task Force's recommendations will be the compl'? separa-
D.C. High I tion of the Medicaid Program or any other prop '1 health
'six years care plan from state welfare agancles. I could not agree more
High and :,} with civil rights groups who have long complained tliat'sel-
Klnley 1 fare agencies are more concerned about determining eligibility -
had a. '.' ,.'""fiJiV' than about the content of medical care programs
Coach ;;. I would like to see the Task Force recommend doing away
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with the Medicaid similar to Social in
great "fJ ; program Security,
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he felt :,.. .. which most, if not all, Americans could participate.
,prjde! and .; While I doubt the Task Force will go this far, a plan of this
type would certainly serve the interest of the poor more than
Medicaid has done. Such a national health insurance program
might even include the use of federal funds to pay completelyfor
the medical expenses of poverty level persons. A national
health plan is long overdue In this country. This nation) which
is the most technologically advanced in the world Is pot up
: with the other advanced countries when It comes to providing
ball-- ; health care to Its citizens. '
ary 9, -- The work of this Task Force is of vital importance to us all,
( ; but especially the poor tt is for this reason that I'm delighted -
; to see a man of Mr. McNerney's caliber serving as chair-
ary 7: : J man; It is also true that you must begin to arouse your neigh'tor
land about asking for a better dalID health. ..
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with the lead I more about fishing than you Christmas abide with :
; ; twice, McClain : / do, but quite often that's the you.ROOSEVELT (
ty at of the Big Blue's caaa' This Is. especially true J
lotte; 17: ; around the large reservoirs .;'
. Raleglh; ; points ( \ where much of our good fishing .
A&T : the Martin Magi. today. I

31: Shaw .come-from- '1 y And knows the person the most who about probably GRILL .>," :

.North slty, ; Nealthe team's fishing in any particular lakeIs 816 W. I Phone 3 4 9349.A', :. I''
; Ashley
; scorer((104) II .15 23 the guy who makes his living -
ville State showing others how to.
((62)),burned the catch fish a guide fit {
; points and cra b-. n.51.32SomeUmes ;;
Raleigh,! Drawing his r
boro.' starting as- ,: He's Up, Some-
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Get who missed the .
To his one-and-one -
lag : fouled by McCor ed. Health'and Fortune can
be Your's when know
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Ii.. Hick Strifes Coirses Albert King Does The Thing Ten Social Annual AIT Slate. H.14sI

Reich All Hew High Security

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NEW YORK--Black: studies :black studies courses.
programs In predominantlywhite At Harvard Ewart Cuioier, "Many people In Jackson GREENSBORO! N. C.-One of
universities and colleges director of the program, said ville are not receiving moneyto the most colorful pre-Cbrlstma
are gaining in popular that about 150 students attend which they are entitled," activities at ATfcT State University
ty. The number of enrollments seminars there. At Brown, 'R.H. Bourne, Jr., Manager was the annual Christmas -
has exceeded all expectations with its program, in progressthis '''of the Carver Station Social tree lighting cereaaonyheld k";
according to information year, there are 300 students Security Office ted today. Benbow Hall Thursday by the
given the press. In two courses, most "If a shame," he contin- Department of Home Economics.
One reason given Is that of them white. About 225 ued, "that people don't realize Armed with glittering lights,
whites are becoming'' more blacks are enrolled at Brown. t M that Social Security is ornaments, popcorn strings and
Interested in the black man Pembroke, Its affiliate, has Ax Y 1 not Just for the retired or the holly, the young ladies and their
Dr. George Henderson of the a good number among its 3, elderly We also pay persons guests turned the occasion Intc
University of Oklahoma, said 900 undergraduates. who are unable to work because a party atmosphere as they decorated
"In( their early years students Black schools are enjoying of a disability." the huge tree.
didn't ptanaccuaate portrayal a growth in students also. "Disability benefits are pay .Of special Interest this year
of black people. Now they Allegheny College In Pittsburgh ''able to people who have work- were the hand made stuffed
want to do something about has two courses They ed under Social Security, and toys which members of the Ho-
It." 'are crowded Relevancy of who have an illness or accident -Economics Club placed tem-4
A survey was made of more the courses Is given as a which will keep them out porarily beneath the tree. ,
than 300 colleges about year reason of work for at least twelve The beautiful toys will later be
ago. Colleges, at that time, Tougaloo College is enjoyIng months. This program also distributed to needy of
were Joining in the cooperative I: an inspiring student body. r pays monthly checks to the the area. For their e s k.
process. Two hundred of the 700 students < .Jr" wife and children of a dis- menU, the home e C o a o mics
Ronald Walters, chairman of are taking courses dealIng abled person. majors served gaily-decorated.i
Brandeis University's Afro- with Afro-American "We know that there are ,homemade Christmas cookies,;!
American Department, said, ,ature and race relations.At aV people In Jacksonivlle who candy and fruit punch. !
['Considering that our depart Syracuse, predominantlywhite "" e quality, but who have not applied Miss Ophelia Boone, president'
ment Is a new one, we have Dr. John 'Johnson is a for Disability benefits," o of the Home Economic Club,'
more students who have signedup working toward getting a cur- 'Bourne said, "and we feelthis led the group In singing. 011 Fri-
than some departments that riculum set up. White enrollees is simply because they 'day, members of the department
Lave been around a lot longer are still ia: the majority do not know about this plus ':entertained studnets, facti I ty,
then we have." This school there of Social Security." We urge members and administrates at:
has a ratio of seven studentsper A minimum of trouble has' anyone who feels he qualifies j.a Christmas reception.' J I
Kactlty member, and 81 been experienced in the employment for, disability benefits, or who 1 I Other officers of the club areLizzie -.
student signed for the 10 of white Instructors. wish further Information on Miles, vice president;
any phase theSoclalSecurl- (Rosa Bright, secretary;Remonia',
On A&T Line Has
. 275 Pounder .. ty program, to call, write or Whltfield, assistant secretary;'
18 Neck And 12 Feet I iSA' visit us at the Carver Station 'Patricia Russell, tr e a s urer-i!
office, 2188 West 13th Streetat Gloria Alderidge, reporter and
GREENSBORO, N.C.-Tackle like starting all over again." the corner of Canal. The Merlene Tapp, historian. :
William Wideman is known as The little things that annoy telephone number is 791-2517. Pr. Ceclle Edwards Is Chairman
the baby of A&T's defensiveline Wideman in football Include I I of the department,

because he's the! .only .not being able to get to the 4t" 0CC MembershipDAYTONA
freshman starter on the unit. opposing quarterback. BEACHBethuneCookman '
In appearance, However, ,"I like the rough stuff, College; an- MITEL
Wideman bears little resemblance he almost boasted. "That's .'nouncedmembershipto the College
to a baby, unless it'. a where the war" is, right hereon Scholarship Service Assembly 12 Rooms, private bath $5.00
the line.
baby bull. of the Entrance 18 Rooms seml-private$4.00
College ,
Wideman comes by his athletic ;
At 6-3 275 pounds, he has
Examination Board Rate $3.00plus
,according ;Day
become i mainstay on the line, skills naturally. His
to Robert E. Stoltz ( tax)
whclh had limited six oppon.. father, not half the son'nizewu
DirectorA't1 nta
ents to an average of 112 a fine quarterback some I :; Ga.Regional ,' '1 or 2 persons; All Rooms
yards game.Wldemarfs years ago for Morris Brown STAk bluer ardaf heated
per Albert
King ovation '
standing many sound "
so strangers sobeautiful behind
The orcheshe
College in Atlanta me. -
biggest booster appeared in concert with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, tra Is 84 members FOR SALE BY ai.Elf
State last .
right now Is Aggie coach Against Morgan The great bluesman commented after the concert,"I never had EDCEWOOBlOTOI( CHIT:
Hornsby Howell. Saturday, Wideman was at his 3 Bedropms-2 Car Garage.

"He's doing very well for best, manhandling Bear backs oWner'"'will finance after '5911 U&'l:t Cor.Edgewood Ave
us." said Howell. "I think and blockeu all afternoon. small down payment. Call. .
his strong points are his aggressiveness Hi'" !is looking: fofward, almost World News Digest L 3546746. Phone:
especially on with pleasure, to the Aggles'
the pass rush." o meeting next Saturday with __ _n_ ,
Wideman's other assets Include Virginia State.Wideman 7 AMPA:..A University of Tampa student said he had collected
two ham-slxed hands, a would like to lose nearly 5,000 signatures on a petition asking that Clay and Fra-
size 18 neck and two 12 EEE about 10 pounds and improveon zier be allowed to fight in Tampa or Orlando. Jerry Pittman,
soted-teet to keep him on' his speed during his play- senior from New York, said, "If Just'a lot of local politicians
I solid ground. 4ng career. Already, the top who are trying to get publicity by opposing It." MEEEIEST CHRISTMAS
One of the the members of scouts at the A&T games are
the!, team frqm Greenwood, S. taking note of that number 75. totttttttt
C., Wldemafi welcomed the "I Just want to keep on working '
transition' from high. school. ," said Wideman. 'It'; DAYTONA BEACH.:..,Alfred Heywood and Winston Mack of Be- SEASON 1 ISfiS
to college ball. coming and every week I'm thune-Cookman College were named by Florida sportwriters .
"You have a lot more competition getting a little better."That's .as All-Starters. Winston Mack; comes from Marietta, Ga., ,
In college, he said, exactly what,the Aggies' foes while Heywood Is from Gilbert High School in Jacksonville, :'\t' "
,"and bigger boys It's Just don't want to hear. Heywood carried the ball 70 times for 539 yards, caught 13 .
for 160 scored five touchdowns kicked three ,' .
... passes yards, ,
X It's smart- to shop-- at fax ""- ,field goals, 16 extra points and ran a two-point conversion. : 'r ,:. ) :
tackles had 101 .
Mack made 73 unassisted and assists. .

MIAMI BEACH--George; 'Foreman#ttt44ttt stalked 'Levl Forte here : i tr: : : .'

until he got him. Foreman diclsloned Forte in the tenth round. r I' 1
''K More than 3,000 saw the fight. Cassius Clay, present, booed '.
Foreman for not doing a better Jou. Clay, twlshed to the back ;
of the auditorium by promoter .'fs Ilundee' ,yeUed,standing on ,;
a chair, "I want Joe Frazier". The. took the cake I Foreman t,
took the outburst with calmness. ; .

Prices good thru ties;'
Dec 30th: !
m'er only
: Carolina College's Carlton Taylor was
at 8th & Davis,
: recently named defensive player of the week. His defensive .<-
*33rd & Movsrlef
play helped spark the Bulldogs to their first vicotry of the sea. <
'Kings Rl i Husliing"Edgerood ,son, 35-0 over haw. He is a sophomore. _He knocked down five \
Ave passes Intercepted a pass and was credited with eight tackles .
21st. &
Myrtle The SCAS made the announcements. i

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JACKSONVILLE; Cherokee District wUl observe tree planting .-)/

pi; 112 1 0:. POP-TOP CANS tu I 8:30 a.m.on the Baden Powell Scout Reservation. All are -, .4wrl
OR TWIST-TOP NOw II invited. Bring nosebag lunch. The Roundtables will be held *
? January 5. Den Mothers and Assistant leaders are Invited Dr
RETURN BOTTLES pAK ,William D, Sweet Is chairman, Dr. James M. Sloan district ,t .
y 1 I .commissioner and Robert A.Swell district executive. q i'T

King in Governor Race in Atlanta Ally. .

l..,._ 3.85 our State's politics In an accompanying a former teacher\ is the other i .
ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooergBoffed need of the people candidate already announced. {

in ScotlandBALLANTINE of the state to be given Willie Another possible candidate *', 4 Accept our wishes for an old
Wright of'
president .
a choice in candidates, not a ,
mere selection of lesser evils The tTnitedAtro-AmericanAs.,. g. fashioned Christmas, filled with
In the final analysis, there- sociation. still another is :
OR a
,, Albert Black and cheer.
fore, of there conclusions and former chair- joy good
TEACHER'SSCOTCH observations, I have made the man of the Newark Human I;i
ultimate conclusion accept Rights Commission.
QUART the nomination I offer that Robett Curvin, Black leader, LIQUORS
FULL choice.. I am of.the opinion said the situation there has .> ,
In so doing that my candidacy Nsen hope to the minority a employ .s. a
will for the first time in groups. He said that more ....

clam majority Georgia's of history Blacks,poor afford whites the than Blacks son,'3,000 He have said endorsed that local'Gib-' Drive In Liquors LWJJMMBI .bI'It7v i Inquire Package Store f

have also endorsed
and liberals a real choice. !
In Newark N.J.'Black Democratic seven candidates for the Council. King s Rd. & Rushing St. Eth SI. ft Dim
He Jt
: and civic leaders spoke of the need of a ,
announced Monday that the' "coalition" with the whites. ':
contusion evolving from indictments There will be run? Blacks'on
7 Distilled Scotland of public officials the voter polls next year.. Tropicana Package Store ]
has led to the decision,of o Of the more than 130,000 about -

moreOTCH, black change leaders for the that election there. of Is a a .George 64,000 Richardson are blat t., serving 136 N. Myrtle Ave. 354 1468 Myrtle Ave & 21sl. I

Black mayor next year bis third term In the State"
Assembly, Is being urged to '
Two blacks have already announced .
for mayor Three oth black run. He has said that "a Edgewood Lounge Package Store, [ Meicritf, Rd. Drive II'
would have ,
mayor a ,
ers have been mentioned as

e L FIFTH M". possible Democrats.candidates. All are: distinct and advantage being social able In to knowIng solvethe'city's .. L Edgewood. Ave.. &. 'Cleveland" Rd.- .. Ijid St. ft Mticritl' Rd.

An announced candidate 1. and eConomic :
a fi .! .... Kenneth A. Gibson,' who ran problems." He said that ,s '
; .. \ deNneO'a unsuccessfully for mayor In ,many problems' Involve minorities. Golfair Drill li
+: wuuuaINIv 1968 and who has.been endorsed He said that a Blacky.
; ::. by'a group of minority candidate would have to present
; a most Gothic & Ntnrttt Avt
leaders in what was call. constructive program :
ed the Black and Puerto Rlcan,.I. / t

i .Convention. Harry. .Wheeler,I \ ,
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