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Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 25, 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00766

Related Items

Preceded by:
Florida star and news

MISSING IMAGE

Material Information

Title:
Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
May 25, 1968
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
African American newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Jacksonville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Duval County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Duval -- Jacksonville
Coordinates:
30.31944 x -81.66 ( Place of Publication )

Notes

Additional Physical Form:
Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 12, no. 13 i.e. 39 (Jan. 6, 1962)-
General Note:
"Florida's statewide black weekly."
General Note:
Publisher: Eric O. Simpson, Feb. 14, 1981- .
Funding:
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00766

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Preceded by:
Florida star and news


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S4'ay ,rindows and cried "We want
W J ustice.. Their leader was

George: Crows Fly High,a mem-
BOND .her of the mammoth group of
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I is,. Ralph Abernathy, succes-
.nor to Dr. Martin Luther King,

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Riot ChargesWill Rev Abernathy, when later

City Officials Shellman WinsConstable t CI luestloned u to the verbalattacks
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In GainesvilleGet teen made under the Warm

lane CoirtTALLAHASSEE -.n C Court: but "At this point,"
Post I M said, "The court 1s swingIng -
Complaints -Ten Florida I! In the other direction"

AiM University students attested -. Abernathy said that the UnitedStites
CAL"iESVlLLE-Cur officials recently connection I Is trying to destroy the
beret In Alachua County, wen Kershaw Faces with riots on the FAMU can- ]Indians. America, be said, 1s
urged Monday: night to pus pus following the assassination 1 the only nation marine to destroy t

legislation permitting the City fo Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., I indigenous people.Cheryl'Robinson .
of Gainesville to prepare t were later released on bond, -Colonel Daniel James, Jr., center, brother of Charles F. James, principal white, and
strong ordinance outlawing GOPer For House according to authorities. of Matthew W. Gilbert..Junior-Benior High School, Is shown her with United States Representatives 1 her husband, Ray, Negro and
local discrimination la public Charles E. Bennett, left of,Jacksonville and with Mendel Rivers of South Carolina. James Washington, were carried
\ accommodations. Three other Negroes are beingought Colonel James who has non 78 combat missions over North Vietnam, met with Rivers away when Mrs. Robinson -
The ltun Relations Advisory William Sbellman, S3, Is the I first Negro elected constable laantury. for their alleged Involvement Chairman of the powerful House Armed Services Committee, and with Bennett, a senior pulled down as American
Board recently pointed to a Dun chosentwent <: Sbellman's response to la file riots. One Is listed member e f the Committee, at the Capitol. Colonel James 1s a graduate of Tuskegee Institute. flag la front of the Court build
"While Only" sign U toe win his being well l be reflected la these words: -I as former'stadeet William .He has bad a distinguished career In the Air Force since January of 1943. He was voted ing. Robinson was handcuffed.
dow of the S It S coin-operated figured the people would vot.f,or me because of what I've doneKx..rVts Henry Dupree of Tallahassee ;the Mot Outstanding Young Man of the Year U the state of Massachusetts 1955. Both Rev. Abernathy said that the

Iau.n4rJ.1bt Board complained and not because Pm a Negro.*' 'of wortknocklflton .....Charged with Inciting riot,"... ... .eloeelJaaes iced bantiJtMcelCdamttter.brother art originally. from Pensacola. : He appeared 5'--before. the Mouse. rock ,throwera _war:-....IIrIt. party 4"
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arttolt'wlm deadly waa J '-*'* 1'-'I. -+ .
\ that the laundry hacutalstenU -Sb Umin-nnnlnf'lD"bllirkfU. doors and wearing out a. tire- cf his croup.FoIlowiDC ,
I ly refused to serve otter than garnered 4,2S4 votes His pair shoes" were Involved. and wtth poaM loG of a ,- wen other developments r

white patrons. opponent, HermasE.Godwin. / He said that the race was a bomb. Davis Charles, jnlsslng with NAACP, Director JOr. MurrayOrtdbeWh ,
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 wonderful from the scene, 1s charged Florida Counties director for the Resurrection
j I has been 'violated according experience. Inciting to riot and assault witha City talked of the possibilityof '
Lewis Carter former Executive Tbe third Al '
Board Art
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deadly weapon. closing
the because of
to the Board. "This Is an example J area 'I
t ," said the board, -of Director the Urban League Prldgton, Is charged with Inciting the disgusting lack of IUI1tatIOD
. racial discrimination still In r secured approxImattl1uow to riot and assault- with For ProtestsNEW Must ReorganizePresent and the possibility ofa
votes la his campaign
t existence In Gainesville; The'' a deadly wespon.The disease outbreak.
Board went on to mention that for. representative from District students art scheduled tote YORK Tne National Association The Public Works Committee
all efforts at persuasion had 28. His opponent was arraigned before County for the Advancementof of the House approved a bill
failed and that no voluntary Harry Westbtrry the victor; Judge James Gwynn on June 12. Colored People Is giving Programs forbidding future encampments. j
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chance In the tradition seemed Popular Miamlaa Joe Lang Kershaw. According to Police Captain strong support to the Poor Resurrection City the name
j to be forthcoming. for many years a DadeCounty Vaster Kelly,the warrants were People's March and reaffirm WAStaNGTOIt-Tbe of the encampment now In Wash.Ington I :
School teacher and Issued after a Freedom-of-Cboice crutch leaned on by '
only
In another lathe Gainesville High signed has received considerable : :
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move ed Executive Director Roy Wll- ,
firstNegro Deep South systems of education must be thrown for the '
DistrictJudge bids well to become the detailed investigation Into the
area UnltedStates la history to win a seat riots of April 4 and 8. During tins' memorandum of May 1 most part, was the opinion handed down this week by the UnitedStates criticism I
(;llarrold Car swell took telling all units of the Association Representative William C.
Supreme Court In answer to claims by Negroes and to
la the Florida House of Rep. the disturbances passing cars
under advisement the request of Cramer and Representative
to endorse the move now I
suits filed by Negroes and their attorneys In the interest of full
resentatives. Kershaw stoned mobile home
w o a were one
Gainesville and Alachua County beaded by Rev Abernathy interritlm. Gurney of Florida, talked again
attorneys for the rejection of a WILLIAM SHELLMAN 55.556 votes to outdistance was burned,' guns were .fired Clarence Mitchell, director of of legislation needed to close
suit charging them with using white received 1,869.Duval's Steve Butler attorney and and firebombs tossed. the Washington Bureau, met The High Court, unanimous difficulties, along with the other the city. The bill they present-
author None of these students was Us decision- overruled three deep South states sixtytwoof
laws to violate the constitutional first Negro constable Butterwon4T,959votes.Kershaw with Dr. Abernathy recently and ed never reached rules com !
rights of clvU rights has been a deputy under Con- )Jubilant over his charged with the death Travis with other leaders of the South Appeals Court cases, made it the 67 counties the state mlttee.
workers. bit Douglas Hat e b I AI for ,ucceu. felt that handbills Cr.w. m, 19, a white youth Christian Leadership Conference plain that the freedom-of- may be affected, according to Cramer said be would ask for
The suit was filed by civil seven years. The district la listed "white" and "Negro" who died after a molotov on legislative aspects choice philosophy can be State School Superintendent immediate actions on the city.
which be has about him. Vocktall was thrown Into his exercised when there Is no Floyd Christian. Problems will
rights workers who contended was running probably helped Bis support of the march and is serving u only His bill would prohibit camp-
that laws of the state against S3 per cent of Negro popula was strong throughout the home. The warrants were counsultant. other way out. Where freedom arise. Under the freedom-of- Ins north of the Anacostla River
' rioting, obstructing Justice and tion. But, according to the ,Ie- county. Issued under the state's new The resolution of the Board of choice Is not needed It cannot choice plan parents of pupils and would make It possible for
anti-riot law. Kelly praised the be used, was the decision of All-Negro schools or predominantly
; against arson were used to reads. In part, u follows: a camp to be situated at Boiling
;. "cool" the ardor of serious administration| for complete: co Advancement of dlsadvant- of the nine Jurists. Negro schools may Air Fore Base. Cramer said

demonstrators. operation. aged, often disenfranchised .This history-making decision choose to send their children that It was apparnt that the camp
City and County official: an blew that the truth Obi nntttr'ed t 4igtvt wt s Among those released on bond people In economic: social and wee hailed by Jack Greenberg, to white schools. The Court's would become more militant.He
objects of the suit, which seeks r Economic Opportety v belag tat b tc are Thomas Watts 20Queens, political terms has been the director of the Legal Defense order will place the decision further said, "The capital \
New York eddy Clio) Bryant, Fund of the National Association the school boards and not on the I
to prevent them from allegedly us ci fedhldaaliatd t4hst a epoorpeopbever. sole purpose and aim of the should not have to sit on a, :
comspiring against the demon (as tee FLORIDA STAR has cWaed far Msg !v0 21, Bartow, Florida; Joseph M. NAACP for nearly sixty ,ears. for the Advancement of parents. powder keg like this indefinite
strators. John Due, Negro Attorney X appears now that peen will be tan env faeu nttttJof Gibson, 23 Miami, Florida; To the Congress state legislatures Colored People as a wedge for The decision was based on ly."
David Wright, 20, Tampa; involving 200 three one from Kent
representing more than [ directors. city councils In the reopening cases cases,
Qgjoi of leeaemteaOfj Florida; Robert Lampkln 23, desegregation suits. Greenbergsaid County Va., one from Jackson '
100 complainants said that be R i>reseaUtivtt of the reftoaal courts and to executive and Loiisville Has
-"- New York Tony EniD,25.D81- also that the decision. Tenn., and one from Gould,
had sufficient evidence! to prove (LIDO) who efearfed &t _OHO+ vttb t administrative officers at all .
Beach, Florida and makes the Department of Ark The ruling, however bits,
Us case. Judge Carswell said ipeeky and adatelstrative 4tscrfaaele late dfc- ray levels the NAACP has unceasingly -
that he would have to proceed 'ospaltaUon d the boar 1 so tint tt vfil be eoB oMd of 1 1eianfrtton.r Clarence Smith, Tallahassee pictured the plight Health, Education and Welfare all southern and border states Second Period
withhold federal school aid states which bad separate'school
only on what evidence was of urban and rural
Supreme
available at the time. o president, James E..Wwtaaan has called* Court Justice B. K. With our pictures words statistics poor.- funds from unfair districts.The systems prior to 1954 Of Race Riots I
Assistant Attorney General T. 2 p.m., Friday, at w4dt thus U iaaU r *wOJ be tows 19] Roberts set the bonds la the and rhetoric we save demonstrated State of Florida will face Attorney Greenberg enthusiastically
T. TurnbuU pointed to t num- 'Uadnairters on Oceaa Street. .'; absence of local Judges who the devastating human said, "The time for LOUISVILLE-BacUl unrest,
ber of Supreme Court cases 'Nssaldrant trot* as tkt obi Ltaflt* *. were away at a Bar Association toll exacted by Inadequate Letters Make deliberate speed has expired." which broke out more than a
which be said showed that the later titans sad otters watt tafapsMc fl convention la Miami. The bond and often starvation diets,slum Christian of the state of week ago continues la Louisville -
should not aftftf the, beard acttm MM hf for each Is 1000. FSU Florida said that be could which has been
case being argued on Aa-y ? housing;; discrimination\ in em- Prospect a city
be classified u class action. iMbmitted tow hard of MSfett MM 1 FAMU closed for nine days ployment; Inadequate or no education not accurately predict the affect plagued by rioting, bombing and
said that under the circumstances 7rtaaan after the riot. Governor Claude of the decision on the state.
He "p-w. ; insufficient medical Chanie Plans killings. ,
the case would leave also said he wnaM tidal I w boa* Kfrk mobilized the National cue; police 6rutautyedabuse; He said that Dade, Charlotte,' Negro youths Ignored the cur !
: only two defendants and that c< GAOUreeaecW.ht Bilfewk.laUl Guard but did not use It. price and rent gouging; and the DAYTONA BEACH-Ernest Holmes Monroe and Okeecho- few ordered by Mayor Kenneth

nothing pointed to their being Moadaf B aA caU M IHU e* countless other ways In which Cook, fullback, an A student bee .counties have but been the certified otoe'. Schmied Tuesday but bad des*
guilty of attempts at coercion. rlfwienwoeidtolottetaiMarwttlla vast numbers of our people are from Daytona Beach, will not u Integrated, ; appeared from the streets later -,
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all wens tad jOL.JN W wwMUatl victimized. 62 counties generally operate In the night. Taverns, restaurants '
lilieS Brooks enter Florida State University I
Mayor under some other type of plan. ,
Jth for W magear.or Rp M rastAlaimat We have,urged, and to some because of threatening letters and other public places
i_ we caalelaoe pM'vtew. small extent secured specificand In Pinellas Coudyapprox1ma were closed.
tir received since the information
Minnesota Negro half of the schools
tely public
L serve ao uetel To University Group general economic,legal and of his plans were revealed. Many Negroes hovered around ('I
There Is
df the fact ttot w OEO has loved that political remedies for these Mrs. Ernest Cook, mother of are "desegregated. West End Intersections. Some ,
of Ike Goan Charles D. Brooks principal one lone Negro student in Boca bombs and sped
Named Court JudgeST. in the operation terrible Ills.'Among our proposals the young man, a graduate of carried fire
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Ke It ItattcroujhhoiMecUaaiagwttMaft rat of New Stanton Senior High Ciega High, an "btegrated"school la
Executive Cosuaattea affaan es have been universal the Father Lopes High School, through the city cars. There
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Minn Stephen School, Is one of the commute guaranteed annual income In Gibbs High there was some speculation u to
PAUL said, "We were sorry about it,
is white It Is cal-
Maxwell, 47, will become I :feel Out GJEO preside. Just I. of seven recently appointed by negative income tax; vast increases but we didn't know whether the one student." whether the tension might Increase .
District Court Judge here July ; the *AittM at a "1 ed paidt Mayor Hans G. Tanner toselect of housing on a noniUscrlminatory letters would stop or what would led "integrated. The county'sprogress and that rioting might
1, the first Negro in Minnesotahistory lBe HM Wl taken by Mr. taaehhyWKtoksaiBM a site for the proposed basis and assurance happen." Mrs. Cook said her Is handled through the break out In the East End. !
office of the United States District -
to ascend to that hlgt r MeiaKgr state university here. of educational opportunity son was not sure be could concentrate The governor of the state, i
a position on the bench. tokaUoatohUpostHltfa tMdhk tN/ Others are Hugh Abernathy, for every person. on his studies In the Court. Louis B. Dunn, order 450 addltlonal .
In Manatee accordIng I
Governor Harold LeVander li >>e JB** for t afograa MM< \ Prudential 1uruc.executive; Nevertheless and despite the face of threats. County guardsmen to Louisville 1
announcing the appointment K Juntin c. Koat&Oll18rr.attorlll1 unparalledled productivity and Cook will enter the University to Hartley Black,decision county: Tuesday of this week,
called Maxwell "emlDent1JquaUtled. are otters oa tte i iI < and member of the Duval County prosperity of our nation at of Minnesota. He Is considered superintendent following an outburst. According -
." I lo f 8ew a si M r I 'M i Budget Commission; Jack H.Quuitba least thirty million of our a top fullback prospect at 210 will bring about a complete to a Guardsman 1,000
Maxwell served u assistant | Peninsular Life Ini people continue to be plagued pounds. The athlete signed with 'dance reorganization of school atten- troops were In the streets and I
the alteratloo .
for the fall aDd -
Ramsey County attornej i, sarance president; John T. and destroyed by poverty and FSU last December but, because more were expected. Fires
and then u St Paul city attorney ;.feiMnp of.(a* peer Trekel Small Claims Court poverty alone. of threats in letters 1st'C of staffing for schools. were expected.: Fires were reported I
before his appolatmlast eatIto t t l Judge and Rear Admiral We decry the obvious cal- changed his mind about going The freedomoftbo1c.plaDbaabe in full effect there. as keeping the fir department -.
July 1 as a municipal Kenneth Craig. CONTINUE.ON PAGE It there. busy.PKY \









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be considered and that decision on the position... _be posnjoneo/v .Director-61%; (b) Director of Volunteers- 1%;Neighborhood Manager who was In turn upheld In this action by the Center

The following Is the text of a letter read "The vote on the original motion was tied with a vote Centers Family Counselor-26%' Employment Counselor125 Director.

written to James E. Workman Jr. Pre of four to four. The minutes show clearly that only seven %; Family Counselor-45%; Assistant Director of Head
sident of the Greater Jacksonville members and the President attended. Start-25%' Director of Head Start-34%; Nutritionist Head Secondly, It was reported that threats were made to employees
Start-122%; Teacher HeadStart 181%;Teacher Head tart cOctl8rating or those who were thought to have cooperated with
Economic Opportunity Inc. relating to asked not to be named
GJEO by-laws specifically provide that all Executive Committee 205%; and one teacher-600%. OEO Inspectors. One employee wbo
the OEO' regional office findings, deal- actions be ratified by the Board of Directors However, minutes reported that be was told by the Deputy Director "It's too bad

ing with the operations of the GJEO. examined by the Inspectors failed to note any ratification of CAP Memo 23-A stipulates "In no event may an employee you talked to those Federal men we had some good plans for

the foregoing actions.As receive an Increase (or Increases)within a single twelve (12) fOIl but now I don't know if we can do anything for yo1Many
months period of more than 20 per cent over a previous salary similar! Instances were reported to Inspectors by employees who
May 21, 1968 further evidence of failure to inform Board members and or $2,500 whichever Is smaller without the approval of the said they feared for their Jobs U their statements were ever

officers of vital policy matters Vice President W. W. Schell Regional Office" No approval was given for the following released.

told OEO Inspectors, regarding the election of officers: "The increases:
Mr. James E. Workman, President Director Is apparently maintaining a private law
nominations were cut and dried. I had no knowledge of the GJEO's Project
Greater Jacksonville Economic Opportunity, Inc. full-time executive employee of
Personnel Director who went to work for GJEO August 11 practice while
(1) ,
c/o Postmaster U. S. Post Office nominating process. rja onvllle8Financial News and Daily Record
1 1966 his salary became GJEO T
at December
Jacksonville Florida 1966, $7,500 a year; which Indicates that this
CITIZENS' ADVISORY COUNCILS $10,000--a 33.3%increase in less than three months.(2) Another during January contains evidence
Dear Mr. Workman Inspectors found evidence to indicate that the poor have had employee starting on February Z2, 196'1, as a receptionist for employee appeared in court in (6)) six cases; one on 22 January
: January 1968.
little, if any, voice in policy or program matters through the GJEO at $3,600 a year became Assistant Director for Home 1U968, one on January 16, 1968andfour on ,
Pursuant to your recent request, the bearer hereof,Mr. Larry advisory councils. Emphasis has been placed on procedure Management Projects on June 16, 1967, at $5,000 a year-a One public official reported that he has seen this employee In
McDonough, is assigned to GJEO for whatever time necessaryto rather than the substance of resident participation.For 38.9% Increase In less than five months. While this Is not in court with his clients during regular GJEO working hours.

attempt full compliance with my letter of May 7, 1968. Itself a violation of CAP Memo 23-A, on August ZI, 1967, this
is found in
example at one CAC meeting each year representatives) employee was made a community organizer at $6,000 a year- Further evidence of administrative Inadequacy one
Further responding to your request the following constitutes to the Executive Committee are elected. These have been an additional 20% Increase in Just over two months. Further, instance of the purchase of supplies. GJEO has purchased fuel

specific items referred to in my earlier letter which in the elections in form only. OEO Inspectors were given a copy<< of on October 1, 1967, the same employee was raised to a salary oil for most of Its centers from one supplier. That supplier Is


must be remedied prior to any refunding Mr. and the exact words for the presiding officer to use were Finally on November 16, 1967, this same employee received advertising for bids, the Director reported that he took the
McDonough and/or Mr. Blanding have authority to act in my written out.NEIGHBORHOOD. a raise to $8,000 a year. To recapitulate this employee who names of three other oil companies from the "YeUow Pages",
behalf in working on all these matters and things. began working for GJEO on February 22, 1967 at $3,600 per telephoned them for prices and thereafter decided that the bid

CENTERSThe year was being paid $8,000 per year on December 16. 1967-* should be awarded to the firm of the Executive Committee
BOARD OF DIRECTORS Neighborhood Centers program is functioning merely as a total Increase of over 122% In less than nine months. member. Such an action Is apparently a violation of CAP Memo

It is evident from a review of minutes of the Board Meetingsthat referral centers to existing agencies vie., the Florida State 15, as well as a questionable administrative procedure.

rarely If ever business transacted during Board sessions. Employment Services, Welfare Department etc. The advisory GJEO imposes little or not restraint over the treatment of their
AU policy decisions are made and business transacted either committees do not "advise", and staff members have either employees by the supervisors. For example, It was reported to Trusting that we can work together toward a better future for

in the Executive Committee sessions or between Executive little to do or manifest a confused attitude as to what they are Inspectors that a Janitor in the East Side Neighborhood Center, the poor of Jacksonville, I remain

Comm+ttee meetings. The full Board is poorly informed or supposed to be doing. The following quotations and statements who painted the house of the then Office Manager at her request, .

kept completely in the dark concerning important policy represent a few examples of a nearly unanimous agreementas and upon her promise of fair payment, was paid $10 upon
decisions. Rather than approving the action of the Executive to the function and the impact of the centers. completion of the Job and was promised the remainder on '- "J1"
Committee as stated In the by-laws full Board sessions are Monday morning After some weeks she paid him$S more. Whenhe '

pro forma and festive occasions where testimonials are given !Tha services of one center was described as follows by t asked for the balance he was told to forget it or that she

regarding the effectiveness of the program. Instead of policy center employee: "We have little actual service here, other would give his parole officer a bad report. Woe* be appealedto William W. Suttle

being established by a broadly based board, it has been set by 'than to help acquaint the people with the various services the Center Director he was told to drop<< the matter or his Acting Regional
a small executive committee dominated by a few people. Such already available." The Inspection revealed the accuracy of resignation would be accepted. The Janitor got a total of $15 Director

basic matters as personnel procedures are seldom if ever the statement. Counseling was non-existent, which is reflected for 24 hours work-4 little over .62 per hour. His request for *
discussed at board meetings, despite the fact that the executive In GJEO's referral policy, 1..., anyone over 21 to FSES, and fair treatment was denied and he was threatened by the Office * *

committee in September 1966, revamped GJEO's personnel anyone 21 or under to YOC.
procedures and has made significant changes in the top level
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executive staff. Job Development<< apparently does not exist. The effect of this =Letters To The Editor :::
deficiency is documented by a supervisor of a satellite center
The Executive Committee itself appears to be controlled bya who states: "The program has not fulfilled Its promise. It's

few of its members, and many personnel decisions are madeat difficult to get the poor to accept the program. After we find New StaNtoN librarian Answers Dlsatcredilation Report
"executive committee meetings"called by selected members out the needs of the people, all we can do is refer them to the
of that body. Even though on paper the employment of a FSES. Most of them have been there many times before That
personnel director curtailed the hiring powers of the Executive makes them disgusted with the program." The following letter to SuperintendentIsh either could discover In one approximately fifteen-minute

Committee IB practice U apparently has not. Since September tt would follow that an extensive outreach program would be Bryant of the Board of Public Instruction observation whether or not the library Is used by academic

1966, when the executive board gave the personnel directorthe needed to overcome the apathetic or "disgusted" poor but comes from Mrs.Willie Lee Lucas classes and teachers With a flexible schedule for library
authority to hire all employees under the project director Instead a staff member relates "we rely on people<< coming 'use based on class and Individual student needs! one period
librarian of the
New
level a few members of the executive committee have been to us." Stanton High School few students may use library facilities while In another period
able to considerably Influence hiring. and concerns statements which Mrs. Lucas practically every seat may be taken. Is library use entirely a
few of whom feels unfounded librarian's matter? It is true some teachers never provide
One center staff roster lists eight professionals; are and misleading. The'
To cite one example the Neighborhood Youth Corps grant have the necessary credentials to do their assigned Jobs. letter is printed here in 'full and is under school library experiences for their students, others rarely
called for the employment of two full-time professional Salaries of from $7,000 to $8,500 appear excessive for the However I try sincerely to give utmost assistance to any
counselors. When openings arose In those two positions, an supervision and filling out of a series of forms which resultin Mrs. Lucas' signature.. teacher or student who needs my help This I am sure can

"executive committee meeting" was called at the Post Office merely a referral to an existing agency. In addition, many 2019 N. Myrtle Avenue be verified.
Toe meeting took place in November 1967, and only two referrals were made Incorrectly. It was reported by the then
members of the Executive Committee were present. The employment counselor that "For t long time, (staff member) Jacksonville Florida As for the matter of making provisions for students to listen

decision was made to hire four part-time, sub-professional referred everyone who made less than $3,000 a year to Surplus May 22, 196. to records tapes, etc.,I have placed Ustenlngposts or listening

counselors instead of two full-time professionals and decisions Foods. This is not the sole criterion. There are others, which kits on my budget requests each year for several years because

were eves made as to who would be hired. be Ignored. The situation got so bad that Surplus Foods asked there Is a definite need.

us not to send anyone else, because there had been so many
Not only have a few members exercised control by operating disappointments" tt should be brought to your attention that within the last three

between executive committee meetings, but on many occasions years, there has been a new assistant librarian each year. A

they've wielded their power at the meetings On July ZI, 1967, The ClUuns Advisory Council was found to be virtually non Mr.Board Ish of Brant Public, Superintendent Instruction great deal of time has been spent trying to carry the weight of
the executive committee agreed to hold a special meeting ton functional. Both the past and current president exhibited the work and orientate these persons at the same time. The
ttw vacancy created by the resignation of the Deputy surprise when told that CAC's In some cities acttnljy help County Courthouse tin Floor present assistant has not yet fully adjusted to the point of being
330 East Street
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candidates, including the present incumbent. From that point at the idea that project proposals were reviewed by the CAC.Xs Jacksonville addition to having her time further divided by serving
on, the minutes of the meeting clearly show what transpired: majorette coach. All during football season she was engagedIn
Dear Brant
> evidence of the lack of poor involvement In the decision Mr. coaching this group before and after school. The day the
"In discussing the three applicants Mr. Yates felt that there committee visited she In Tallahassee with the at the
making procedure, an employee who asked to remain anonymous The of the committee was band
published report representing the
were other persons who might be considered for the Job, and related: "I'm a life-long resident of this neighborhood. Southern Association of Secondary Schools has left me no state festival. On the other hand, the clerk provides very

that GJEO should advertise for the position spelling out the I know the people<< here pretty well.They have serious misgivings alternative but to answer in defense of my position as Ubrarlan stable, dependable service.
qualifications etc. He moved that GJEO
advertise for applicants of the sincerity of the upper echelon here at the center regarding
at New Stanton U
School that of
for the Job of deputy director setting forth minimum education their own rights to express their desires and feelings statements High appears some my tt Is true furniture does need tote sanded and refinished after
were misquoted misinterpreted.
or
and experience qualifications; that Mrs. Bradham's application fifteen years public school Sometimes furniture homes

be Dr.considered Schell aid that a decision on the position be postponed. This far from exhausts the testimony received by our Inspectors I should like to state that I am fully qualified for the position with the most meticulous cue Is in need of some restoration

seconded the motion. regarding the Neighborhood Centers program but of librarian having a master's degree in library science from In less time that that. The record will show however thatwork

the following should not only sum up the problem but Indicatethe the University of Michigan with 20 experience In this orders have been sent In several times requesting that
"Mr. Hampton offered a substitute motion that the position be contusion which abounds in the program u stated by an years the furniture be sanded and refinlshed.tt .
Fifteen
filled from the applicants on hand in that the Job opening had assistant at the East Side CeDterz'.Admlnlstration. that's not tounty.brarian at New Stanton.of then years I have served as full-time li

had sufficient advertisement (like all GJEO openings two not clear cut, but It means I'm responsible for- There's nothing should not be overlooked that I am given numerous extra

advertised The substitute motion wu defeated by a vote of going on there now. Recreation well, we don't really have! any I have experienced two previous .valua1lOD.l-Olleuasslstant duties to perform. Typing letters,workinl on the school budget,
four to two. The original motion was carried b)' a vote of A witnessed the ). The preparing
four recreation program ( fact by Inspectors librarian and one as head librarian. Both resulted favorable personnel reports, serving as program chairman for
to
three. only thing we have in health is the pap smear test programand reports, with commendations for the quality of service rendered. school tea, serving as treasurer for the United College Fund,
we're right now weighing what that's worth. Aging well, Since that time the library has Improved in W have etc.. Illustrate some of the duties to which I refer However,
(Dr. ScheB and Mr. Yates left the meeting at this point.) I haven't got into that yet. I do know that employment needs over U books per pupil. a full-time clerk,considerable many ways Increase* U the principal assigns these duties to me, I consider them

direction, mostly In the area of inter-agency relationships.There In audio-visual materials and equipment additional shelving official directives. Unfortunately they do reduce the time I
"Mr. Hampton requested that the executive committee recon is no Job development<< nor dire referral to Job'. and furniture and could devote to library chores.
additional funds
library from county and
sider the action which was taken relative to
the "
filling position'
openings. Other agencies are set up to do thu Job we're Dot
of deputy director and moved, .lDee*quorum was present that After reflecting on this, he then echoed the words of fellow that federal none sources.of these Consequently Improvements was Indeed a surprise to the to me tt seems very significant to me that New Stanton's library
were significant
the executive committee go on record u endorsing the workers and aides Interviewed. "Seems like everything com- would be singled out not
you as having evening and weekend
recommendation of the executive director mittee. I would like to make note of the tact that the ratio of
by naming Mr. look for don't library services. I
have.
not
we books am aware of any library our community -
Hawkins to fill the per pupil exceeds Southern Association standards.
deputy director's position. This motion that this
provides kind of service. I would like to state,
was seconded by Mrs. Holland and carried. NEIGHBORHOOD YOUTH CORPS With reference to the number of books In boxes unopened however that for several years 1 did remain until S P.M. each

This program, funded until September 1968 for $lt4S4IUObact which was stated bad been there since the beginning of the day In an effort to give late afternoon service Except for very
"tt was concluded by the executive committee that toe executive 653 enrollees at the time of the inspection.Although 55% of the school year this is a gross misrepresentation One few days I was there alone.Should I have continued if there was
only
director and the'personnel Director were in power to fill the families In white the NYC no need for such
the
poor county are participants has to understand business procedures to realize that books service? Our present library hours meet state
director vacancy of created neighborhood by the centers.elevation of Mr. Hawkins from the program are only 20 per cent Enrollees are used In 33 schools must be checked so that publishers can be paid can hardly standards > hour one-half hour before school begins and
Fourteen of these use only Negro enrollees seven whites. closing after school is
; believe they would be that patient tt so happens that orders dismissed.should like to
"The Twelve use both, although five of the twelve use only one Negro for books and audio-visual materials placed in March of this make note that a relatively new public library branch is Just
executive director pointed out that It was essential to each. Seven of GJEO's components use a total of 76 enrolleesof are being delivered have in t blocks away that is open until P.M. Monday through Friday
launch year now They come so rapidly
the Pilot
C1to-Z0'l and that
Program a director for whom 72 are Negroes. Five of the seven components use and until 6 P.M. on Saturday. U Is located well lighted
this project should be named by the executive committee. He recently has been quite a Job to open and check all of them street with on a
Negroes only. quick
explained that Robert McGlnty who serves as Projects Immediately upon arrival using the procedures required by the school access to public conveyances Should the

Director, had developed this program and has been working HATCH ACT VIOLATIONS Purchasing Department.. Work of this nature always completed system?system pay services duplicated by the city library

very closely with the entire Pilot City movement. He recom- Because the Hatch Act is subject to interpretation I have without problems.

director mended that for the Mr.Pilot McGinty be named to the position of project requested appropriate federal authorities to examine the reports When asked when the books would be catalogued my statementwas There are many personal goals I have not achieved in my
City-207 Program. Mr. Hampton moved of certain employees that they were encouraged by GJEO work. I am not trying to give the
that this recommendation be not that it was "impossible to get the Job done." Instead Impression that am perfect.
The
approved. motion
was supervisors to participate la elections behalf of particular I am rigidly
on self-critical
"1 don't know" because I am and deeply
seconded by Mrs. Mdttalr and my answer was -meaning on two occasions sincerely
passed.
candidates. U these investigations reveal that action should librarians have been given the opportunity to work during dedicated to my work. Even as it stands however I believe

"The executive director pointed out that with the movement be taken against GJEO employees specific charges. will follow. summer months to process materials U this is not possible the quality of my service is comparable to many who were

of Mr. then it would have to be done as soon as is humanly possible unmenteoned U I were lazy inexperienced, incompetent, and
McGInty to the Pilot Clty- 07
Program vacancy In the meantime it is necessary to insure that strict policy is untrained I could understand. But
.
during the next school that is what this
would year. Progress made on work of this precisely
be
left on the Central Staff
as Projects Director. He
adopted<< by GJEO to insure that all employees understand and report Infers With "
the
nature depends upon the conditions under which work A years service to this system I do
explained that as the GJEO Is moving into a new field which fully comply with the Hatch Act. you feel this is an
unjust and
Is concerned with Pilot City the funding and linkage funding specific date given at this time would very likely prove to te unwarranted indictment.I .
by other federal inaccurate. The remainder of this school year,* beginning
agencies, requiring a closer working relation- ADMINISTRATION do hope this
ship with federal he Monday, May 27 will be used taking annual Inventory at which is not a consequence of my exercising the option
many agencies wanted to have someone not to
Twenty-one personnel files selected at random were examined. resign during the
time the will teacher crisis tt that
In the library be closed. This requires does occur to me
position who is familiar with the process a
project developmentas They Included the top Head Start names, the key people In each minimum of a treat deal "J what might be caned
two "cOotlusive
well weeks. Though two different members evidence" was
as funding possibilities at the state, regional and position and the key people in the two neighborhood centers. quotedme gathered In a fifteen-minute
national levels and recommended that the executive committee Not one indicated any written verification of personnel employ- I spoke to only one. I do not know the other gentleman. library visit.

consider inviting Ernest D. Jackson, Sr., who is a member of ment references. Although the Personnel Director indicatedthat
the State Technical Assistance Office to fill this position. Mr. some employment verification done by telephone none No, it is not impossible to process the books on hand, but it Is Very truly yours
,
Hampton moved that GJEO difficult during the regular school day with the many interruptions
employ Mr. Jackson as the projects of the applications examined bore any typed or written
director to replace Mr. McGinty. This motion was seconded and the individual attention which must be given
verification, nor written memoranda of telephone actions.CiJEO' .
.by Mrs. Holland and passed. students and teachers. Even the Southern Association representative -
agreed with me on this point. Sometimes these Willie Lee Lucas
employment procedures lead to numerous violations
"Mr. Hampton moved that the meeting of the executive of Office of Economic Opportunity regulations. The following interruptions include supervising one or more classes of /ell
committee teachers who are absent or who are engaged In
adjourned.This motion was seconded and passed." are initial salary increase violations (Community Action tasks some other

Memorandum 23, limiting initial 'increased to 20% above cc: Mr. Charles D. Brooks, Principal
tt is obvious from the minutes that after the board voted not ) ((1) GJEO Director Mrs. Lorena
previous employment : Deputy earned $500
From Johnson Supervisor
I
reports have read In the I
to hire a deputy director at that meeting two opponents of the in his last Job. He went to work at an initial newspapers respect the Mr. Sam *. Smith
two ,
Secondary
oWoer gentlemen's experlcne and training but I fail to how Supervisor
see
present deputy director left. Then the executive committee Mary
of $917 per month, an increase 83%. (2)) A Dr. Charles Vaughn, Southern
reconsidered, promoted shifted and hired the Association Representative
present employees Neighborhood Center Aide earned $420 per month in her last The FLORIDA
in the respective positions as noted in the minutes.At STAR WIll accept letters of general
position before Joining GJEO-her new salary was $720 per interest. A letter
to the should
month. ((3) The Agency Community Development Coordinator point should bear the signature of the writer and be brief
the next meeting of the executive commute the minutes earned $200 per month in her last previous position. Her STAR reserves the right to condense letters and to follow his or per address. The

of the July 28 meeting were corrected so the sentence on the starting salary with GJEO was $500 per month- .n increaseof The FLORIDA STAR will not assume the the standard of editing.
vote of the original motion (that GJEO advertise for applicants 150%. .responsibility of returning ;
for the Job of deputy director setting forth minimum education material to the sender. All letters 'should be addressed i to used or. unused

and experience qualifications; that Mrs. Bradham's application Other Increases Included: (a) Home Management Project ," Office Box 599 Jacksonville Florida. 32201--The Letter Box : FLORIDA STAR. PostVs.lf


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I Engagements Shower For June Bride

Wedding : Bells: \
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I Albert Lee Bacon, 820 East 1501 I,I. j
Robert Lee Albright, i {
filth St., 29 and Louise Dumas, Steele St., 19 and Merlnda Ma* '
1313 East 3rd St., 20. this, 1512 Steele St., 16. + I
;
Willie Kendrick, 2531 Lewis Asbury Walker, Jr., 1129 ; :
St., 21 and Lucille Lewis, 2531, Grothe St.. 29 and Mae Helen ;
k Lewis St., 16. Postett. 1174 Grothe St., 29. j t .
!rrPATSY k'
Charles Jerome McLeod, Jr., I Carmen Alkins Plans:
1356 Mt. Herman St., 19 and
Helen Louise Davis, 1491 West August Wedding i 4
27th St., 17.Clarence .
'
I d Mr. and Mrs. James T.Scar- I -
Edwards, 809 West brough have announced the engagement -
\ Jefferson St., 19 and Martha of Mrs. Scarbrough's j .
ELIZABETH A.-STOUDEMIRE Ann Allen, 809 West JeffersonSt. daughter, Carmen Marie At-; _1 IiW -
21.Morris. tins, .to Walker L. West, Jr., i
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Lee Ston- son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker L.
demlre announce the engage- ANN BARNESMr. Felix, 507 West Dewdrop West, Sr. The wedding will be
and Mrs.Jessie L.Barnesof F \
ment qf their daughter Eliza- Dr., 38 and Leila Pearl
beth AnD to Melvin C. Dennis, 5926 Briley Avenue,announcethe Hicks,711 Orange St., 38. F fr"" w ,. sr f'
of Mrs. Eva M. Dennis engagement of their
son 1538 West
daughter, Patsy Ann, to Joseph Willie C. Pollard, k
and of the late Mr. Leonard Wilbert .
2nd St,, 31 and Joyce n.
will Daniel Pauline, in, son of Mr.
Dennis, Sr. The wedding 16th St 23.
Dunson 639 West ,
and Mrs. Joseph D. Pauline of
take place June 15 in the Tab-
Church at 6p.m. 1015 West 17th Street. Miss
ernacle Baptist Arthur Gray, Jr., 1230 East .
Barnes Is a graduate of the nary
The bride-elect is the
Lee :
37 and Dorothy
Union St.,
Career Medical Academy of
granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.
East Union St.
1230 ,
Ransome, ja
Willie Steele, Mrs. Mary B. Washington, D.C. The bride- t
Stoudemire, and of the late elect is employed by the Op- 38. a '
Mr. Andrew Hall Stoudemire. portunities Industrialization M
She is a graduate of Matthew Center, Inc. Mr. Pauline is a Harriett Moss
W.. Gilbert High School and graduate of Morehouse College,
a attended the American Business Atlanta. He Is employed by
.C College, attending now the Jack General Foods, here. The Plows MarriageTo
sonvUle Training Institute. Mr. marriage will be a summer

Dennis, grandson of Mr. and event. W. Simmons..
Mrs. walls Martin, and of the
'Rev. and Mrs:H.M;Moss announce *. ...
late Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Den Promoted t'\\. -----
the engagement and
approaching
Stanton nis, was Senior graduated High School from New and marriage of their V4 SHOWERTIME_Bride-to-be; Miss Con ette' Pearson the bride-elect, Mrs. Eric 0.

received his Bachelor of daughter, Harriett, to Wince J. V. Simpson, seated at center, Is joinedby Simpson Mrs. Lillian Wells and Miss

Science degree from Edward Simmons James Simmons, son of Mr.of Lakeland and Mrs., CARMEN ATKINS friends admiring gifts bestowed on her Yvonne Hicks. Standing, in the same order -

Waters College and his mas Florida. solemnized on August 10 at"6 during a showergiven for her by Mrs. are : Mrs. Gwendolyn Collins, Mrs.

ter's sently from employed FAMU.by He the is Cook pre* The wedding will be at 6 p.m., p.m., at St. Stephens' .AM? Deloris Pearson Baker, last Sunday in her Baker, Mrs. Ann Hurst, Mrs. Gwendolyn,

County Board of Public In- Friday, June 7, In Greater New Church Atkins Fifth and Davis. Miss home on Ken Knight Drive. Seated from left Chandler and Mrs. Betty Ann Howard.
daughter of Mr.Mitchell
struction. Photo By-COS t West Jerusalem State Street.Baptist Church,14 35 Atkins, of Philadelphia, is a are: Mrs. Margaret Nixon Mrs. Mildred Photo By A. Paul Crawford

SMITH. The bride-elect Is a senior at graduate of Northwestern High
Edward Waters College. Her School and of the Fort Valley Floradale Club Gretel and Gertie Federation of Ultra ModernettesWill
State College of Georgia. Mr.
Glendale Flower fiance was graduated from Dll
lard and Is West Is a graduate of the Mat- Dedicates CenterThe
University presently School Has StarsThe
attending Falrlelgh Dickinson thew Gilbert High School and Is Floradale Homemakers Vets Plans Meet SaturdayThe

Club CelebratesThe \ ,_ __4 University In Rockefort, completing his studies at Edward Club will dedicate the Ervln Gretel and Gertie Talent Ultra Modernettes will
s College. The bridetobe School will present the "Fu- Meeting June 4
New
SAM HATCHER Jersey. Scott Recreation Center
Glendale Flower Clubwill on meet Saturday night lathe homeof
Is the of Mrs.
grandaughter
celebrate The management Cunningham Mr. Simmons Is also the Saturday, June 1, at 5 p.m. ture Stars" Wednesday, JuneS 1781
its fourth anniversary Cora Sumpter,Jacksooville The Federation of All Veter- Miss Shirley Johnson
at Wilder Recreation Center -
on June 9, at the Brooks Furniture, Broad and Foriyta! grandson of Dr. and Mrs. WJ. of the late Mr. Rufus A. Sump- The Center is located at Ver- Streets Chapter No. lID Jackson West Ninth. The Bible verse
Johnson Lakeland Florida. Third and Herman ans,
Prayer House from 4 to Ip.m. Streets, announces the promotion eel Road and Hamilton Circle will begin with the letter "G."
ter. The late Mr. and Mrs.John .vllle, will meet at the Gateway
Miss Lynn
There Invitations at 7:30 Audrey
are DO special behind the Carver Elementary p.m.
.
Sam Hatcher to .
of Mr. Road Helen Baskln report.r.College
Thompson Barracks 1509 Kings ,
were grandparents
will be crowned Miss ,
being sent, all friends of SchooL Mrs. Virene RobertsIs Gibson
Appearing on program will Warehouse and Shipping of Mr. West.Gardenia. in the newly dedicated headquarters
'Gretel andGertie" for the
invited.Camclia .
the couple are .
be: Mrs. Alice Johnson, mistress Manager. Mr. Hatcher has been president. Mrs. Susie L. Tuesday, June 4, at Park
ad-
current year.'There Is no I
of ceremonies,Mrs.Ellen employed at the furniture Keith is Chairman of the Civic mission. Mrs. Lois Gibson is 7:30. All veterans of all wars Ii
Jones Mrs. Elizabeth West for approximately I 20 Ladies Committee.
company
president of the parent group. are invited. Wives, daughtersand Garden Circle
Mrs. Bonnie Frailer Miss Mr. Hatcher and his Club
years. and P.E. sisters are permitted to
Mrs. E.B. Cox Mrs.
Vera Benjamin, Mrs. Albert wife, Mrs. Gertrude Hatcher, a Plan Travel I SkitThe Fidelity Club Jones and Mrs. T.M. Jones, Join. W. Irving is Senior Commander -
Parsby, the Traveling Stars, Jacksonville school teacher Has Last MeetThe i
Have PartyThe instructors. .
CamcUa Ladles are
the Boston Singers, Deacon reside at 17M West Club will Will Plans Meeting
Fred McQuay, Horace G. Wit Twenty-first Street. This promotion sponsor, on June 30, a trip td Gardenia Social and College Park Garden Circle -
hams Ladles of the Champion Is believed to be Daytona Beach. "'r..A'U'Hu. Savings Club will have a lawn The FldelifySocial andSavlngs 8 Champion Saving Club Meets will have the final meeting -
9 at ,
June
Saving Club will be guest. Mrs. the first of Its kind In the city. tang Is president The dub May II in the home of Club will meet p.m. of the year in the home
Bessie E. Mason is president.Mrs. The, Cunningham Furniture will bold Its business meet party Mr. and Mrs. Benager fykes, In the borne of Mrs. Sophia A. The Champion Savings Club meeting will be held lathe home ot Mrs. G.L. Jackson 637West r
Martha Williams Is re- Company has teen located at Ing June 4 at S p.m., la the 1087 West Twelfth, at 8Mp.ra.: Deater.B9J6 Briley. Mrs Mrs. E. met recently in the home of of Mrs Roberta Howard, 2651 3rd St, Thursday, June 6, at .:
porter. Broad and Forsyth for over borne of Mrs. Louise Hagen Mrs. AnnetUBeson Is reporter. B. Paige is president Mr. and Mrs. Horace G. Williams Grant. Mrs. Martha Williams 7 p.m. L.M. Cutlifl is president j'
half a century. 1912 West Fourth. Johnson Is reporter. 1681 Hiram. The next is president.

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I West Friendship Baptist Tri-Day Effort Total $4,200-Queen and King Crowned '!


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Realization of a Dream Gateway Barracks Makes Historyic'ii1fl Queen E. Jenkins Raises lop


Money In Contest For ChurchTrlDay I


at West Friendship Baptist was a success. More than
: $4,200 was raised. Miss Queen Esther Jenkins was crowned
; ,
,* Queen. Deacon Jeffrey Vaughn was crowned King.

R On Sunday, May 26, TrlDaywas of the Body of Christ"directed
4 enthusiastically observedat by Mrs. Shirley Fowler, Mrs.
the church.: Mrs. Emma Vermel Sims and Miss Q. E.
Hawkins was in charge of the Jenkins.
1 Sunday School, which began at The crowning of the Queen and
930.: Mrs. Evelyn Andersonwas King climaxed the activities of
y} \ guest superintendent.Rev. the day. The two were chosen

R. L. WilsonpastorwasIn from a royal court of princes
charge of the morning and 25 princesses. The titles.
worship. E. J. Norman was the were captured by Jeffery
guest speaker and was introduced Vaughn and Queen E. Jenkins.
I by Mrs. J. Pauline. The Queen reported $513.50.:
L The Youth Department under Second place was won by
the direction of Mrs. Mae D. Houston Fisher and Mae D.
roc .. F 4 Y.r1Lr E
;.Flagler and Teacher Williams .Flagler.The .
Jr., was in charge: of the 3p.m. coronation was held at
service. the close of the ceremonies.
+ During the evening worshipthe 'Both winners will be given a
women of the church presented trip to the National Baptist
ii a play, "The Working Convention In Atlanta In

*. September.

01 <131 of tM Barracks 3111 of Jacksonville has and official home at 1509 Road. -
For many years uateway nurmui aim uw uuues Auxiliary no. veterans oq Gateway a new Kings
World War I, U.S.A., Inc., have worked toward the goal which was reached Sunday when, at1 The dedlcatorial services Sunday, May 19, brought together comrades of World War L. The
4 p.m, Its members realized the fruition of a dream, the official dedication of the first home spirit of dedication was In the air. In the above picture is seen center Past Commander Har CHURCH NEWS |
by V.W.W. 1., and Auxiliary in the State of Florida and the second In the United States. This land J. Floyd of West Palm Beach who dedicated the building, JJ5. Irving, Sr., Present J
L home Is located at 1509 Kings Road. Photo By-BOB SMITH Quartermaster, one of the leaders in the successful purchase of the home, Is standing in the
center left also. The ladles In the background are officers of the Florida Auxiliary. Photo

Society Will Hold Mt, Calyuyaapllsl By- BOB SMITH. EMANUEL The revival BAPTIST in progress and will continue through June 7.

Lily White Lodge Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Deacon Geroge Smith and
Twelfth Grand LodgeThe Has AnniversaryMt. Little Rock Club FomilyReunioH Tabernacle Baptist t I with Mrs. Mamie Fields In charge. The lesson will be reviewed
Consecration takes 10:SO a.m. The
Independent Benevolent Calvary Baptist Church's Plans Election, Plans Piano Concert Youth Plan Musical, by morning an appointee.worship begins at 11 a.m. Preaching begins at noon.

Society, Inc., Rev.C.L.Culver, Sunday School will observe its Lily White Lodge No. 174 will Is Memorial To I The B.T.U. opens at 5 p.m., with Deacon James Phillips Incharge.
2 Choir No. 1 of the Little Rock at 6 30. Choir No. 3 and th.Ch114ren' .
president will celebrate the anniversary Sunday June meet Thursday night, June 6, Tabernacle Baptist Youth win The evening worship begins :
twelfth annual Grand Lodge beginning during the regular school hours. at St. Paul A.M.E. Church at Baptist Church: will present Late Mrs.CurryThe present their musical Sunday Choir, Usher Boards No. 3 and No.4 win serve. Mrs.
Deacon Patterson of the music students of Mrs Johnny will be in charge of music.
G.W. and Mrs. S.L. Badger
Jane 12 In the St. 8 p.m, All members shouldbe June 9, at 11 ara, In the Marlon Carter
Mae Lewis
Carmel Church will In a piano recital
Matthew Baptist Church on West Mt. Baptist present for the elecUon of home of Mr. and Mrs. church. This will lead up to
serve as guest superintendent.Many Monday, June 3, at 8 p.m, In REDEEM BAPTIST
28th Street, Rev. George Price officers. Ralph Hardy was the setting for their Youth Day. NEW
pastor. The host church will ben of the city's leading Bible the main auditorium of the the traditional family reunion Other services will be as Rev. E.L Norman pastor. Sunday School opens at 9:30 with the
chl 'cb.Helen.
./ charge on Wednesday night, teachers will participate. Rev. : held each year In memory of usual. Sunday School opens at superintendent in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by Rev.
June 11. J.C. Burney is superintendent. St. Peter's Rose Mitchell will play, Mrs. Sarah Curry. 9:30. Mrs. H. Solomon, superintendent Norman. The morning worship begins\ at 11 a.m., with the
On Thursday night Rev. A. F. Rev. W.M. Hill is pastor. among other numbers, Tinge After dinner, those that desired will be in charge. deacons In charge of devotions. Choir No. 3 and Usher Board
dimming of West Union by Alberts, Beautiful Blue went to the cemetery to The lesson will be reviewedby No. 3 will serve throughout the day. District No. 2 will meet
Baptist, accompanied by his City DeaconessesWill A.M.E. Lists Danube by Strauss and In A pay tribute as a bouquet of Mrs. V. 0. Young, teacher. at 3 p.m., at the church. The Home Missions will meet at 3:30.
congregation, will be In charge.On Country Garden. Gwendolyn flowers was placed on the grave. At 11 a.m. the pastor Rev. Deaconess Board No. 1 will meet at 4-.30 p.m. The evening
Jones will
Friday night a musical will Meet lude In C.play Minor Chopin's Pre Among those present for the W. E. Young, will speak. All, worship begins\ at 6 p.m. Both sermons will be delivered by

be held. The Grand Lodge will The Citywide Deaconesseswill Many Events Matthews win play; Gwendolyn Beautiful affair were Elder and Mrs. adult choirs, the Senior Male Rev. Norman.JERUSALEM.

open officially Thursday at 9:30. meet Thursday, June 6, Dreamer. Patricia Mercer will Charlie Thomas and daughter Chorus and Usher Board No. 1
Mrs Elsie F. Sampsonis In the First Corinth Baptist St. Peter's A.M.E. Church Because Marvls; Mrs. Rlny R. Llttless will serve. At 5 p.m. Holy BAPTBT-Southslde
present Godard.
chairman. Mrs E. Watkins\ by Prayer service is every Tuesday night at 730. The regular
Church at 3 p.m. The church 30th and Lee Streets, Rev. R. Cberell Gantar will play Parade and daughter Diana of Jacksonville Comnnilon will be offered by
is co-chairman. is located at 762 West DuvaL Wallace Beach; Mrs. Evelyn the pastor and the deacons. service Is every Wednesday night Bible Study Is Thursday
will In
pastor
engage of the Wooden Soldiers and
several Curry Ransom and childr.n.Rorer The Teachers' meeting will be night with the pastor u teacher. On Friday night May 31, a
Charlottes
outstanding religious Robinson To Cells
panel discussion will be held In the church auditorium. Sunday
and Edythe, Robbie Lee Wednesday at 6.4S p.m. Prayer
WorkersAre
Society activities. Nerdle Hendon will present School at 9 30. Superintendent H. D. Singletary will be
begins
Citywide Beauticians This week revival Curry and daughter Talena; meeting will be held at 730pm.
a being The Fairy Court and will be
in charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. In the
Rev. J.A. Grimmage and Mr. *
conducted
Grand by Rev. L.N. WU followed by Frederick Hendon Anderson
the and students of Douglas
morning service faculty
and Mrs. L.R. Aarons of Jacksonville
Plans Year'sfirsl llam, national evangelist, who will play A Spiritual.Helen Mrs. Mildred Curry Young Peoples High will be present Rev. R. W. Jackson pastor, will speak.
singer and musician. The revival Rose will be featured In the ;
Lodge DelegatesSeveral Jones and cbI1dr.nToIsaDar. Deacon: William Toombs Is reporter. The church Is located
ends tonight He will be ;
Glow a duet with
Meet Worm playing
Union Meets at 2933 St Augustine Road
and of Ocala
citizens of Jacksonville assisted by prayer bands,sing Mrs. J.M. Lewis. ryl Harry ; Mr.
prominent In grand lodge lag and artists. Mrs. and Mrs. Robert Morgan and
groups Joseph Johnson will be muter *
The Cltywlde Beauticians will activities, were delegates to Cornelia C. Wallace has been daughters Diana and Debra;and For Songfest GREATER SWEETFIELD BAPTBT
of Miss Fran
hold the Or st meeting of the year the Grand Lodge In Miami. The This will ceremonies. Mrs. Beatrice Jones of Tampa; Sunday School will begin at 930. Ralford McKlnnon and Willie\
at eiS West Charch Street. Reports sessions were held in he sponsor. meeting cilia .Wright will b%-;: ta of Mrs. Angellne Woolen Mrs. Young O, Sinclair '\IP8rlDttodeDta,'will be in charge. The morning
begin Sunday night, June 2, and hostesses. Hostesses will be The Peoples>> Union will
will be made. Thebeauticians' Greater Rosa B.Aarons and Mrs. Bessis service will begin at 11 The evening service begins at
ML Tabor Baptist continue through Friday night,' Miss Willie Jean Graham and meet Sunday, June 9, at 3 p.m. a.m.
Queen Miss Church. June 7. Shirley Banks, Lucille: Etell Is Smith of Green Cove Springs; at the Acorn Street Community 5.15 p.m. Holy communion will be administered. Both major
Brenda Joyce Harris t will They represented the Pallbearers In another area Women's Day Chairman of the program com Roy Aaron and Margaret of House D II t door to Butler sermons will be delivered by the pastor Rev. Barnes. Choirs
model the trophy which was won. Society No. 18 and will be celebrated on August 18. mlttee. Mrs. Maggie Hunt is Starke Florida Mrs.Catherine School. Mrs. Aline Vance and No. 1, 2 and Usher Boards No. 1 and 2 will serve throughout
Unit No. 3 won $175. The No. 11. Delegates were Mrs. Mrs. Velma Robinson and Mrs. President of Choir No.' 1. Devotion Mitchell and children Kenneth the Vancellers will be boats the day, with Mrs. Wlmmls M. Hines at the organ Mrs
CWUS presented Miss Harris Beatrice Cope land, Mrs. Wes Carter will serve as Chair Choirs No. 3 and No. 4 JS. Randolph, Prlcllla, andJ.IIckellt for the union. There are twelve Dorothy Green will be pianist The consecration of the choirs
with an award. John Spencer Is Pearllna Pugh, Mrs. Ella Rush, man and Co-chairman respectively. will also be present Rev. W. ; Mrs. Dorothy Curry groups of singers In the union and ushers will tale place In the prayer room at 11 a.m. Rev.
displaying the trophy at the, Miss Clarke Norris Mrs. Ida Mrs. Melvlnla Wright, C. Mitchell is pastor. and daughter Jackie and two namely Artistic GospelSlnger Dennis Easton, asssoclate minister, will be In charge. All
Spencer Wig Shop.>> Fowler Mrs. Carrie Banes widely known speaker will be friends of SL P l rhurrilr. ors, ro.-_iiiiu n... Golden Anihonys, captains: and presidents In charge of the contest for Women's
and Richard Chlsolm. the guest In the morning ser Rev Jake And and Mrs.:ThomaiCarLtocCurryand Essie M. Thomas Everreadles, Day are expected to make financial reports to the chalrmin,
vice. Mrs. Beverly Stevens will Ray children Thomas, Jr., Patricia Friendly Bible way Singers, Mrs. T. V. Randall or to the co-chairman, Mrs. GenevaWright
WHEN YOU ARE III be in charge of the three o'clock ChurchWillObserveAnniversaries Frank 'Charles and Harris Singers, Harmonious Sunday during the day.
Janice of Mrs. Fre-
services. Mrs. Cornelia G. Sarasota Vancellers, Jackson Singers,
You Seek The Best Doc Wallace will serve as Pastor donla Bullock of Lake City;Andy ,LaUmore Singers, Octovettes, ST. LUKE BAPTIST
tor then Your Doctor of the Day. Other outstanding Aarons Mrs. Dora Curry and Tbelmarettes, Tiny Boyd Singers District No. 4 of st. Luke Baptist will meet Sunday at 3 p.m. in
Prescribe. C-t Expert1 I women are being Invited to par. The Union Progressive Bap- daughter Patricia; Albert and Versatile Chariots. the main auditorium. This meeting will concern finance. Deacon
enced Pharmacists To f Uclpate with the members of tist Church, 61J Pippin, will Nero Jones,Mrs Lenora Yulee; Mrs. Was Harris president Rush McCloud Is leader. Mrs. Delores Hayward is president.
the church: for this aftalr. observe the anniversary! of Its Saxton Hardy and Mr. and Mrs. .Mrs. Alberta LatImore Is Rev. M. J. Trowel Is pastor. Mrs. Odessa McCrlfl Is reporter.
Fill Prescriptions According On Saturday morning, June 8, founding and that of the pas Ralph Hardy,all of Jasper, Fla. supervisor and pianist Mrs. GREATER MACEDONIA BAPTIST
To Your Doctor'sOrders. at 8.30: Women's Day leaders tor Rev. Jake Ray, beginning Almeda Lunday will be mistress Choirs No. 2 and 3 will celebrate their Joint anniversaries!

will sponsor a trip to Six Gun with Monday, June 3. Christ WrittenIn of ceremonies. Monday night June 24. Sunday services will begin with the
Ie Use Only The Best C E. BLACK Territory. The bus will leave Pastors, congregation and of; Sunday School at ':30 with Deacon John E.Singleton and teachers
Quality Drugs. Proprietor the church. Mrs. Cornelia G. tidal setups will be present St. Luke Baptist In charge. The morning worship will begin at 10:<43< with
Wallace is the sponsor. On Monday Rev. D.B. Barnes, Heaven Will consecration and devotion conducted by Deacon James Melton

3 Registered Pharaaclata To Serve You pastor of Sweetfield Baptist and and his staff of deacons. Music will be furnished by Choirs No.
Rev. W.A. Mack of Greater New Feature YouthThe Unit Meets Saturday,r 1 and Choir No. 3 with Professor Mimi In charge. The Friendly
Jerusalem Baptist, as well as Usher Board 1
No.
IN' MEMORIAM will serve. The Holy Eucharist will be
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Rev. R. L. Smith of ,First District No. I of St Luke observed at 5 p.m. Pulpit rites will conducted by Rev. Wilbur
.: '\ .fit Im memory of my husband, will be Church: of Christ Written Baptist Church will meetSatur.da
!{ who Timothy Baptist,, pre Burgess of Jollngton Baptist for beta! major services. Weekly
Johnle Jackson departed sent. In Heaven on Wednesday, June night In the home of Mr. activities
art as usual. On
Cosmetics Candles Tuesday night the prayer meeting
Rubbec:0ogdd: this life June 1, 1967. On Tuesday, June 4, Rev. F. 12,, will feature a series of and Mrs Moses Armstead,2222 will be held along with Bible Study with the deacons In charge.
Our hearts
We miss you now. W. Jones, Fountain Chapel educational nights for the young College Circle South at S p.m. On Wednesday night the Choir No. 1 and No. 3 will rehearse.On .
Sundries. are sore. As time goesbywe A3LE. and Rev T.R. Lee, ptq>>le. Mrs. Maggie Stills is president Thursday at noon The Missionary Society conducts prayer
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#- \ miss you more. Your loving Jr., SprtnghlU Baptist will be The theme will be built around Rev. M. J. Trowel is pastor. services.. .On Friday night Choir No.._2 and Chjalr No. 4 will
But
CALIED'FOR smile. Your gentle face. youth In a complex society with
PRESCRIPTIONS ; ) AND DELIVERED- present. On Wednesday Rev. Moses Armstead, leader. CONTINUED PAGE
DOt forgotten. Rest in peace. many problems, and how youth S
F.D. Davis, First Baptist College -
1901 KINGS ROAD 353-8279 Signed Your wife, Mrs. Park Rev.S.Gatson,First can be assured that help is on
Reneller Jackson: ; Mother, Samuel Baptist and Rev. Norman the way. Panelists will be Mrs.
Lilly's Drug: ;Store 14 r.. Minnie Pittman; of New Redeem Baptist Vera Davis former YWCA'Director .
Paughter, Son and Family. will participate. and presently a reading

I Qa Thursday Rev. G. W.Smith specialist with Duval County, PHILCO
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of Wayman ChapelA.M.E.Rev. Councilwoman Sallye Mathis;
Charles Dailey of First Bap- Mrs. Rank S. Whltfield.
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tist, Rev. H. Baker of St. Paul Counselor at Stanton Vocational s .. H1 KO FROSTNo
GRADUATES & JUNE BRIDES Baptist, Rev. W.T, Rogers of High and Timothy Means
Mt. Salem Baptist and Rev. B. Juvenile department of Duval Defrosting
: Once In A lifetime rt H. Hartley of Friendly 'Baptist County. Jose W. Gipsman! will '
;, will be present. represent GJEO of Jacksonville l Ever!
On Friday ministers and congregations and Lawrence V. Jones,
I1JiJ; Specialfj& scheduled are: Rev. Director of the James Weldon Large freezer (4.70
4 L cu. fl.) Stores 164 Ibs.
Dallas Graham Mt Ararat, Johnson YMCA will partici -
>* On Color Picture PKG. : Rev. R. L. Wilson West pate. The church is located + Instant cold I system
Friendship Baptist, Rev. W.M. at 14SO<< Kings Road. Elder T. chills food fatter, maintains

i HilL Mt Calvary Baptist, Rev.Eddie Brown Is pastor. Mrs. Rosen '. cold better.
8 ".Studio Pictures... |r; Taylor of St. Paul Baptist Mlddleton Is church: reporter. refrigerator Power saver to allows>> the
f and Rev. ILL Herod. operate
On Monday, June 10, those Choir Parade Is + ; I at peak efficiency,
New Brides or Brides To Be: scheduled are: Rev.R.W,Jack. q ayes electricity.FtTI .
w 1 width / shelf
son, Jerusalem Baptist South tiding
side, Rev. W.E. Young Tabernacle Holy Church's Plan +mdewiaporcalaia I i iciispers

One Full Black& White Gown 8x10 Pictu e Baptist and Rev. F. Williams J'Choirs on Parade" will be store as much
Bethel Baptist Sweet- as a buihel of fresh
the theme of a service at the

Only $3.95 Special Rates ,water. *.* Holy Church of the Living God nSncoI yecctablea.s5.00. .
on Monday, June 10, at I p.m., YSrl
Allen Chapel Has in the church building. The
On Complete Wedding Service church: located at Fourteenth DOWN
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lAd GrunthaL
Color Cap & Gown -Pictures Communion Sunday Many choirs of the city will

Communion will be observea appear on this program pro-
1968 High School Graduates : ( Full Living Color) at Allen Chapel A.M.E. Church ceeds from which will be
at both services Sunday, with presented the officials for "IS cturntture.

BOB SMITH FASHION STUDIO the pastor Rev. J.C. Banner- Women's Day on July 14. Mis- .::,
man, bringing the message slonary\ E. M. Mack Is 135
Brood St. 3535791I
768-3200 Choir No. 1 wlll.be In charged : //chairman. C. Fenn is reporter
2422 N.
Myrtle Ave. .
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I Grant Memorial A.M.E., Men Raise $3,800 For Church Expansion Program :I




Albert Milton, Herbert Joe Ligon Marries Walker College Mt.Zion A.M.E. CHURCH NIWS *' :
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Wright Were Chairmen CONTINUED FROM PAGE 4 i t
Head Addresses Will Hear New rehearse.'Mrs Bessie Merchant reporter.
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Albert Milton and Herbert Wright, chairman mad co-chairman t ,
respectively of the Men's Day celebration at Grant Memorial Senior Students Jersey Minister TABERNACLE BAPTIST
AME Church led the men of the church to the reporting of a Sunday School begins at 9:30.: Mrs Hessie Solomon will be In
total of $3.800 at the close of the Men's Day celebration Sunday. Walker Business College Rev.. Charles E. Toston pastor charge. Rev. W. E. Young will speak In the morning service.
For many weeks the men of will be as usual Sunday A. V. seniors enthusiastically.received of Mt ZIon A.M.E. Church, All youth choirs and Usher Board No. 4 will serve. On Wednesday
the church have collaborated Rose will be In charge of the i 4I, the challenge of the has announced that the guest afternoon at 5:30: all youth choirs rehearse. The teachers'
closely with the aim of eclipsing Sunday School and will be assisted t. president of the school' when speaker Sunday at the church meeting Is Wednesday at 6:45.: Prayer meeting will be at 7:30.
previous celebrations of by teachers and officers, I Dr. J. Walker Brown, founder, at 11 a.m., will be Dr, Charles The monthly conference Is Thursday night at 8 p.m.

this type. The closely-knit or. Rev. Reddick will speak at outlined some of the C, Blake, presiding elder of
Sanitation, with Dr A. Joseph 10:45: from the theme "When fundamentals of success and the New Brunswick District or. BETHLEHEM BAPTIST
Reddlck pastor, In general Life Crumbles What Then" brought to their attention the the New Jersey Annual Con- Rev. W, L. Williams pastor. Sunday School begins at 9:30 with

charge, was able to close out At 6:15: he will speak from the Importance of continually stay the Superintendent,Eugene Sawyer,Mrs.Lillie Webbert and Mrs.
the day with a total reportof subject, "Joy and the Cross." ing alert. Sadie Fedd, In charge The morning service begins at 11 am.
$3,800. Each Saturday at 3 p.m. the Dr. Brown said that more Communion services will be at 3 p.m. The youth program
Services at Grant Memorial Department of Christian Education Jobs are available today than begins at 6 p.m. AD choirs and ushers will serve throughout the
will give Instruction to the IT ever before. But, Dr. Brown day District No. 1 will sponsor a trip to Daytona Beach on
4 \ also reminded them that competition Saturday June 15. The church Is located at Sixth and Madison
young people of the church. All
y..5.. children are welcome.Refreshments is stronger than ever Streets. qtrs. Vivian Wilson is reporter.
will be served. before. The school head said
that CHURCH OF CHRIST IN HEAVEN
7 All choirs will sing Sunday each student should striveto
'Usher Board No. 1 will be In* \ rise to success and should Sunday will be Pastoral Day a the church. The Sunday School'

charge Holy Communion win Jot Ligon, ....singer of the Mighty Clouds of Joy, will marry not be satisfied with a Job only. begins at 10 anon with Mrs.Emma McClendon and Superintendent
be served throughout the day. lovely Peggy Reece of Beaumont, Texas, on June 2, in the New "Graduation," said Dr. L. C. Franklin in charge The pastor will review the lesson.
I ark, New Jersey, armory Ceremonies will be performed by Brown, "Is Just another step Choir No 1 will serve all day, as well as Usher Board No, 1.
Bishop F.D. Washington. James Cleveland will sing, u well forward." In conclusion, Dr. Professor A. Green will be organist Devotions will be led by
I Urban League as the Gospelalres The Pilgrim Jubilees, The Violinalres Brown said, "To be successful, Deacon L. C. Franklin. Elder Brown will speak.At S p.m. Choir
and Dorothy Norwood. a student must keep stepping No. 2 rehearses At 6:30 the Young Christian Workers will meet.
And Ministers by staying alert to the changes At 7:30 p.m. evening worship begins with devotion. Holy Communion
in the business world. will be administered. The Prayer Band meets Tuesdaynoon
Hebrew Confutations The seniors were later enter. DR. CHARLES C. BLAKE In the Upper Room.Mrs.Ann West Is president On Tuesday
Launch DriveThe twined by the Walker College ference of the A.M.E.: Church night the Home Mission and the, Prayer Band meet. Deacon.
Sky Lark Band and the Walker Dr. Blake a native of Georgia Franklin> will discuss the lesson. Deacon Franklin

Jacksonville Urban Support SCLC Efforts College Stagers. Students from holds degrees from Morris _It.111.. VM."" 00'.." l.sac........ TV..,rry Bun_ Thttfei.u__.4_*y night. rti_u frl/liv. .-,
League Is concerned with the -iiti ;i'Maryland c: South Brown, Turner Theological night at 8.30: Choir No. I will meet for rehearsal with Professor
unemployment rate among NEW YORK, N.Y-\nswerlna the call of Its President, Rabbi Carolina and from other states Seminary, Boston Universityand Green Instructing. The church Is located at 1430 Kings Road.
Maurice N. Elsendrath to use the "diplomatic, political, farewells with the from the Jackson Theological -
Negroes and other disadvantaged exchanged Elder Thomas Brown Is pastor. Mrs Rosen Mlddleton ls
citizens. The only financial and moral power of American Jewry..to reorder students from many cities of Seminary of Arkansas. At church reporter.
American prlorltles..and enable every citizen of our land to Florida to the last named school be was
to (ind Jobs for these people) as they prepared
Rev. Andrew J J. way is through an Intensive Job walk our streets security and dignity" the Board of Trustees leave for the Jobs awaiting them. dean and left In 1965\ to become FRIENDSHIP PRIMITIVE BAPTIST

of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations, at a recent. $ a teacher and supervisor School at 9:30. The morning worship begins at
Development Program. ome Juniors were departing, Sunday begins :
Young Assumes The Baptist Brotherhood and meeting voted to endorse the Poor People's Campaign presently having passed examinations and with the Headstart program In 11:30: and will feature an old fashioned testimonial service.

the African Methodist Alliance, underway in Washington D.C. having been.qualified Camden New Jersey Communion will be administered at S p.m. Rev. H. Robinson Is
New PositionNEW in cooperatlonwlttheJackson-! In a resolution on Civil RIKtts'aDd creased Interpersonal con The minister was ordained pastor. Mrs. Leaster Smith ls reporter. Tto church 1s locatedat
villa Urban League will Economic Justice which tract between whites and Negroes the A.M.E. ministry by the First and Pearce Streets.
YORK, N.Y.-The Rev officially launch Project: LOVE stated that "economic Justice is and equitable distribution Speaker late Bishop William A. Fountain
Andrew J. Young of Atlanta (Let Our Voices Encourage) on inseparable from racial justice of public welfare funds, and pastored In Arkansas COLOSSIANS BAPTIST

Ga., executive vice president Monday June 3. 1969\ at 8.00; the Board asked for the among others. Massachusetts, Connecticut Rev H. Jackson and the Soul Saving Prayer Band will give
of the Southern Christian Leadership p.m. in the auditorium of the support of its congregations for Rabbi .in his mess New Jersey He was a chaplain service la the church on June 9 at 8 p.m. for Dual Day Sunday
Contere'nce. has been St. Stephens AME Church "Resurrection City"as a"non age to the Board also called for la World War n, and attaining School begins at 9.30 with the superintendent and teachers In
named chairman of the National violent dramatization of the desperate the appointment of a high level rank of major. For nine years
located at 913 West 5th Street. charge. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. Communion
Council of Churches' Delta The resolution passed by both conditions of the poorIn commission, black and white, Vl. Dr. Blake was Commissioner will be administered at 9 p.m. The pastor,Rev. R. G. Crawford.
Ministry, It was announced church groups stated that they rural areas and city ghettos." to investigate the death of Dr.; of Civil Rights for Connecticut will deliver both sermons. Choir No. laneS Usher Board No. i
simultaneously In New York are ready to assert leadershipIn It urged a national commitmentto Martin Luther King, Jr., la and is now Commissioner of will serve throughout the day. Prayer meeting win begin at
City and at Delta Ministry the fight against poverty and light of the "abortive pursuit Mental Hospitals for the county, U
the-criUcal area of Job op 7:30 p.m. /Tuesday. Dual Day will to June 23. The church
headquarters In Greenville, portunities. This program will discrimination to encompasssuch of Reverend King's assassin" as well as Director of Christian located at nS4<< West list
Mississippi. help stimulate the economic measures as a guaranteed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Education for the first

Rev Young, who left the staff growth of our total community. annual minimum Income In- episcopal district of the A.M.E. ,MT. SALEM BAPTIST
of National which extends to Ber
the Church
Council in 1961 Self-help is sel-determinatlonfor Sunday School will be at 9:30: with Superintendent Jack Green
to work for *: w
Dr. Martin Luther muda. In I
pride, dignity, respect, and charge. The pastor will review the lesson. The morning
Jr. will He is member of Kappa
King preside over hope for the masses.TW a devotions begin at 11 a.m., with Deacons Eugene Calhoun and i
35-momber commission which participating ministers on United Church of Christ I( Alpha Pal, the Elks, NAACP, Jack Green In charge. Choirs No. 1 and No. 8 and Usher Board
and of the Klwanls club. Dr.
governs the Delta Ministry pro the program for Monday evening No. 1 will serve all day Holy Communion will be administered ,
gram, primarily In 15 counties will Include: Rev. R. L. Jones Will Aid Minority Groups IAN' .ARTHUR CAJtLE TCELK Blake has served as Chairman at 8 p.m. with the pastor, associate ministers and deacons '
of the Delta of the Board of Directors
Mississippi area. Dr. Arthur Earle Teele Professor
president Baptist Brotherhood; charge The pastor will speak at both services. At 6 p.m. Mrs.
He succeeds the Rev. Paul 0. Rev C. E. Toston president, of Education and Head .of the New Jersey OJ.C., of Dorothy Gardner will present the Soul Revivers In a program
Madsen of Valley Forge, Pa., AME Alliance; Rev. C. A.Weaver NEW YORK, N.Y.-The Committee for Racial Justice of the' of the Department of Teacher which to was founder.He Is also for District X. Monday night Choir No 8 will celebrate the
associate executive of the American parlor Day Spring Baptist United Church of Christ today adopted a long-term program Education of Florida AIM Universltysisce' the founder of the Macedonia fourth anniversary the church auditorium. All other services

,.Baptist 1101'11'1 Mission- Church; Rev.,William Anderson stressing aid to organizations of the .black,, community and, 1957, will be the County Action Program,as well. will be as usual. Rev. W. .., Rogers pastor. Mrs. Catherine .'
Society.: of Philadelphia; The Right Rev.E. other minority groups. of Christ. He wW bon loss speaker1 for the Annual Vesper as chairman of the Richard Allen Sampson 1s reporter The church Is located at 1211 West 22nd.
C. Hatcher, bishop, 11th The plan calls for allocation to the Committee for six Services for New Stanton Senior Housing Corporation of New HOLSEYCME "
Episcopal District AME of money and personnel "in months, after which to will High School Sunday June Jersey Sunday School begins at 9:30 with Mrs Bertha Griffin and

Delta Sigma Church; Rev. J. C. Sams, support of the concept of democratic return to his Council post.Soloist .. <4<, at Mt Ararat Baptist Church. handbook Dr. Blake for has members also written of tto'A.M.E. a teachers in charge. The lesson will be reviewed by the pastoror
pastor Second Baptist Church; self-determination. This lJInowacementwumadeby an appointee. The morning worship begins at 11 a.m. and I
and Rev. J.S. Johnson, pastor, Field workers will help develop ,Principal Charles D. Brooks Church. the evening service at 7:80. Stewardess Board No. I and No. 2
at the church
Sorors List St. Stephens AME Church. citizens orpalr.atlODllnpoten. and Mrs. M.B. Green, faculty Other services will be in charge of communion at 7:30. Stewardess Board No. 1.
The public is cordially Invitedto tial "crisis" areas, conduct coordinator and advisor for the Beaver and Newman, Include and Usher Board No. S wlllservettuoughodthe day The church
Reading ClinicDelta attend the kick-off drive for workshops to train leaders lathe enlor class activities. Dr. ,the Sunday School, at 9.30: and :conference will to held at night StewardessBaardNo. 2 will meet

Project LOVE. This thrust Is ghetto, and help plan proJects Teele, native of Norm Carolina, .the evening service. Raymond. June 16 In the home of Mrs. Viola Thomas, 1016 Beaver Street
the first of Its kind in the stall : to meet specific needs olds a Doctor of Philosophy! Wade is In charge of the Sunday The church 1s located at Third and Franklin Rev. Dave McElvlnIs
Sigma Theta's Jacksonville in areas plagued by povertyand from Cornell He served in the School The evening ser pastor. Mrs Eva May Gilbert 1s secretary
Alumni Chapter will present Wins Conies! racial tensions. United States War Department vice begins at 6 pm. UNION PROGRESSIVE BAPTIST

the third reading clinic at The 6,845 local churches of and In the Veterans Administration. Sunday School opens at 9:30. Deacons Tommy L. Brooks and
the Myrtle Avenue Branch \ the United Church of Christ He has alsq been on the Oats will to in charge of devotions The pastor will deliver both
Library from June 11 through aave' been asked to contribute tecultles of St. Augustine Col. Mrs.S. J, Wilson sertn DI. The subject will to "Love." Choir No. 1 and Ushen I
July 16, from 7 to 9 p.m. d from one to five percent of legs, and of Prairie View A Board No. 1 will serve throughout the day. The evening service
Books to be discussed will be their local expenses to the national aDd M. Dr. Teele has published Has CelebrationAs begins at 6 p.m. Rev. Jake Ray, pastor. Mrs. Leomla Miller,
based on the College Essentials program beginning la sore than a dozen articles In reporter. The church Is located at 618 Pippin Street
booklist published by the 1969.\ From $1,000,000 to professional Journals and Is FIRST BORN TEMPLE
library. Books ontbeNegrowlll IS.TOO.OOO annually is antic listed in Who's Who In American Church Singer Elder A. Hill Is pastor. Sunday is pastoral day at the church,
also be discussed. Pre-regts- n pated. To finance 1968 pros Education and la Who's 825 West Monroe. Sunday School begins at 10 a.m. Minister
tratlon will be conducted at all grams a special offering wit Who in the Southwest and In Url Sarah J. Wilson will McQueen is superintendent The morning worship begins at
schools involved as well u at / be taken in the autumn. the Dictionary of International observe her fifteenth anniversary 11 a.m. The deacons will lead the devotions. The pastor will

the library on June 11. AU The United Church agency Biography. In addition to boldIng as soloist Sunday night, preach. The YPCW opens at 5:30, with Mrs. Margaret Johnson
high school Juniors seniors adopted a projected budget of Ken Knighfa Television Program otter Important positions, June 9, at $:30 in the audit. as president The evening worship begins at 7 p.m. The pastor
and prospective college freshmen $125.949 for the next 12 months Channel <4<, Sunday Dr. Teele is the 1960\ '"Dis orlum of the Mt ZIon True will deliver a specla1sermon.WRITE .
are urged to participate. based on money already on hand morning, June 2, at 9.30, will tinguished Alumnus of North Church of God In Unity, 2220
R J I or committed. Largest budget feature the Mary McLeod Carolina College. Daason Street Elder R. L.

items are .for field staff,and Bethune Elementary r____.School.._ Ur *.* Grace is pastor
FuuU Choral s
lor a special program to help 1 C.UMUUM* Mrs. Thelma Edwards will WRHC TODAY
..J I promising non-white students June Davis, music teacher, Excelsior Gospel be dean of hostesses. Mrs
SISTER BESSIE YALDllIlALBC.J: (0 to college. shown above, will to the soloist Fannie Marshall will be a

Valerie Malbory seen above, The present emphasis. on staff in the "Inflammatus" of special guest Robert Carter
Singers Perform Win $25.00 For Your Church
PALMISTPASTPRESENTFUTURE was the winner of the EveningIn cervices to organizations Rossini Henry W. Jenkins,Jr., will sing. Mrs Rosalie L. ,
Paris sponsored by the seeking to solve race and poverty is principal of the school. the Excelsior Gospel Singers Grace will bring the welcome

_ Special Events Committee of the problems Is based on a will render an after-service address. Mrs. Mary L. Wil .Cut.out. the coupon below and
Helpful Advice On Eugene Butler Branch of the desire to get "maximum return program Sunday June 2,at 9:30: son will to'mistress of ceremonies
All Affairs American Cancer Society on for minimum expenditure"according p.m. Church of and Miss Patricia Hall write
May 26. Din Parker,runnerup, to the Rev. Charles E. Duval IB the Lives God, 1993 Yulee will respond. your question,. then mail
'LIFE'LOVE was sponsored by the Lafayette Cobb, executive coordinator of Street They will be accompanied Among others who will participate
Ladles. Miss Malbory was the Committee for Racial Jus by the Buckman Singers will be The Clifton to radio station WRHC P.O.
sponsored by the Friendly Host' lice Association Raises
: MARRIAGE and other groups on Sunday, Gospel Singers, The Sunny Rose ,
'' 'BUSINESS and Hostess Club. The Queen Ur. Cobb pointed out that government June 9, at <4< p.m. Elder J$. Gospel Singers,The Traveling
will reign for one year. Both is a primary source $350 At SocialThe Collins Is pastor. Stars, The Lattlmore Singers Box 2467 Jacksonville Fla.
DAY contestants received gifts. The for the massive sums of money The Ttelmaretts NathanielOctovettes I
HOURS AM-11 PM 7 Duval County VolunteerTuberculosis *
color television set was won by needed to solve the problems The sunbeam Singers -
"In the Privacy of Artie Ethel the national crisis. and Respiratory PHONE:' 389.1111
Mrs. Brooks. Mrs underlying The Sun Rise Singers,
my Hone Davenport Bannister expressed "Our effort must be to Influence Disease Council held their Omega Club Will McCall Gospel Singers and the I
879-2250 satisfaction over the support government, to work for annual tea Sunday at the home Buckman Singers. Missionary ITS "SUCTIONS: The WRHC "Mall Box" will attempt lo gelan i
of Mr. and Mrs. David tower: to any Question you may have on any subject Such
the toward the and I
given by public deep far-reaching reforms For Martha Roberts and Elder Rosalie
1/2 Mile North of Callahan making the affair a success. necessary to achieve a Washington, 1143 Spearing Give Tea Lee Grace will supervisethe as schools, rents, taxes, city and county government. and sooa. .
U.S. 1, Callahan, Fla. Mrs. Bannister was general fundamental reallocation of this Street. I
LONG DISTANCE cljalrman. nation's resources and energy Solomon Jones, chairman of Scholarship Fund Hostesses collection.will be Mrs. Ruth Write your questions below and mall at once. Your question1 ;
be said. the council, reported this week and the answer, along with your name and address will be
and
Reform will not happen he that the tea is held each year Epsilon Gamma Omega Club Fedd, Mrs. Linda Rocker Rhodes Brenda .:>rO dcut from time to time on WRHC, so please print youri

said, without "some basic to help raise funds for local will sponsor a fashion show a.ncStea : Griffin Misses Phyllis Yvonne Bellamy, Veronica name and address. Write as often as you like and llstenjor
persons now confined to the two roil; answer on WRHC,1400 on your radio your total community
4 LOOK INTO THE FUTURE changes in the constellation of Sunday, June 2, at the I White Shirley bison,
WiTH CONFIDENCE AS ,EASY power forces which malnpulate state tuberculosis hospitals in Myrtle Avenue Branch Library, Janice White, Cassandra tFoththe on the air 24 hours a reek .
Tampa and Ft Lauderdale. .: best question each during this mailing Radio.
AS the instruments of government from <4< to 6:50 p.m. boas
Minnie and Mrs
This of the tea Brown, Begins, Station WRHC will award 125.00 to the church of choice
Ale Tto role of the church must year sponsors will be shown from leading .c.oWDI.Yoters'. your
contributed more than $350 for : JIY QUESTION:
be to stand with the powerlessin business stores. AU proceeds
...
Ot tuttiei t't tiff w'e'e /or Amtri.r
the local tuberculosis patients.
*. fuUotll Collltt CrtiututSvmnwr their efforts to mobilize will go to the Jacksonville Martin
themselves for effective par. The 1967 total was $235. Luther King, Jr., Scholarship League
.. Ttrm tofim ticipatlon in the political and "It is most gratifying when Fund. Deborah Dese is
J 1'.. IT. i MI- economic structuresrrhtchconh your fellow citizens come forth president. Mrs.G.J. Walker is Will Hold i
.. trol their lives." and make an event such as this
COURSES OFFiaiD AT A. C. sponsor.
t MM r Mh .rH The Rev., L. Alexander Harper such a success," Jones said. Monthly Meeting
= : war":.
w rnt..l.M, are IkwMuM-.-' ,. +MlarAR 1,+6 g Norwalk, Conn., was appointed '"In future years I am certain .* PLEASE PRINTiY
I The Voters' will meet
AYLR/CAY W':: :. iMUrtn* i.il.m, M Hilton Director of Research: that a goal of $500 can easily League NAME BADDRESS- -- 1Jr
Coil"+ TIII I.d "+ 1"w.aI* Thursday June 6 wWi tto'
;.w..ro. .. .... to reached. ,
JMe ,... IV CI.t.p Education and Information by Deer Milk Is Rich
the Committee for Racial Jus The Laffette Ladles Civic Club president, at 1646 Myrtle Bmy
tice. Mr. Harper Is present. was awarded the prize for the Deer fawns grow rapidly and I Avenue. All reports are to be question 1s Judged test, pleas send $25.00 to the church'H
AMERICAN BUSINESS COLLEGE ly a specialist In race and public largest club contribution and for good reason. Deer mUk U I made and ticket money re- my choice, which U ;
2 N.ORI8A PHONE 1)5-0571 Council for Christian Social ed the prize for the council solids of Jersey cow milk and I will take place. Sam Jones Is ,
: Action of the United Chruch member obtaining the most nearly three times a* mud I president E. J. Brooklds Is., mw T KAME" tlA 9F J.OCAL cmmcIQ
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! NEWS By WHITNEY M. YOUNG, .H .

, .' THE VIOLENT WAY OF LIFE

Published.by the Florida Stat Publishing Comp Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4,

r '. and his killer still has not been brought to Justice. Reporters
are always asking me why Negroes are cynical about the
attempts to capture the murderer. They seem to think it's
MEMBER Just another crime in which the main question is catching

i the cl-Im1na1.
But it'. a lot more than that. The depraved person who pulled
.. "GR4' P.'4N'1.ON.t : that trigger wasn't alone. The ,

act itself may have been lunatic,
1 but it was the society that
1Iti
t provided the atmosphere for it
0. SIMPSON -= MANAGING EDITOR to occur which shows signs of

madness

HILDA WOOTEN .-- CIRCULATION MANAGER There is no question but that v'
the killer knew that his act would f
i 4 be applauded by many people.

2323 MONCRIEF ROAD )PRONE Even some congressmen stated
ELGIN. 4-6782 publicly that Dr. King was a

troublemaker who got what be t

MAILING ADDRESS ic&it deserved .
That alone is proof that the
man who pulled the trigger was spawned by a society which bas
P.O. BI1599 JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA 32201 relentlessly demonstrated to Negroes that they don't belong It
is a society that has shown toleration of countless acts of

MIAMI OFFICE brutality and perhaps worse, Indifference. And it is a society
which has persistently shown an unwillingness to accept Negro

5018 N.W. 7TH M. PHONE 751-38)9 citizens as the equals of white citizens.:
?; The reason why Negroes aren't showing that much Interestin

SUBSCRIPTIONS RATES the efforts to catch the man who pulled the trigger Is that
they know that the hand of society itself was on that gun.
One Year. ,$12. 00 "all._ Year T.OO
in and men die in
Triggers can be pulled many ways, can
Mailed to You gnyMieTh'ld' the United States many ways. Triggers of hate are pulled every minute of everyday

: Subscription payable in Advance of the year. The teacher who brings a black child to believe

. Send Check or-iioney Order to: r that be really can't learn anything kills that child as surely as if

FLORIDA STAR-PtOr BOX 599 1 ( 4 OVti.. be pulled the trigger on a gun.
The landlord who charges exorbitant rents for rat-infested
Jacksonville 1 FloridaRich
hovels kills his tenants as surely as if be fired a gun at them.
The shop keeper who charges high prices for yesterday's bread

CONGRESS FIGHTS POVERTY ABROAD..WHY tOT AT HOME ? kills his customers every day. The employer who won't hire
Nation's Poor Go HungryIt Negroes and the union leader who keeps Negroes out of his
trade kills people every bit as much as if be fired a gun
There are many ways to kill a man.Guns aren't the only way
is almost a travesty on Justice to People can be killed psychologically and murdered spiritually,

find so much poverty in a country like and the society which produced the man who killed Dr. King Is
ryOORiHt a society which has become skilled in the arts of psychological
the United States---reputed to be the and spiritual murder.

richest country in the world. The plightof Some people call: it prejudice or social custom. Icall

the poor---mostly Negroes-led to the it murder.

organization of the Poor Folk's March now I : America perpetuates psychological violence on its millions
HOROSCOPE GUIDE of poor, on Its black people and on its other minorities.
converging Washington in order to
upon a short step from that kind 'J atmosphere to a lone madman or
lay the people's grievances before the a group of conspirators to kill a great leader. And It is a still

conscience of Congress and the nation. shorter step to the point where scared, guilty people arm

Dr. Ralph Abernathy has informed our I ly PABLO, The ASTROLOGER fighting themselves in the and streets.their neighbors, and talk of civil: wars and

lawmakers in Washington that "we are We have to unite to take those fingers off the triggers, and

here to stay until something is done" 4 4 to bring an end to the violence which is becoming: a way of life.

significantly about the problem of priva- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS Replacing violence with a Just and equitable society Is what
tions among millions of people who reside : the poor are marching: for in the Poor Peoples' March on

upon our shores. Washington, and that is what many thousands of concerned
II t white citizens art doing by volunteering for countless projectsIn
The passing of la-rs lay Congress, and the I FOR ghetto communities.

making of appropriations for helping these t America can't let the spokesmen of violence: speak for It any
people will help develop these citizens to more. The decent people'have to tale charge: now. They have
cultivate J to show that the Klan and the Birchers don't speak for them
a personal dignity which Jesus
BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL What Negroes are asking for-and what the poor art marching
Christ preached In his gospel, and which I ,to ask from Wa&h1nctonto be included fully In our system
, was also the good news he wanted ,preached i Never has revolution asked
.. .l.as !!! !!! a for so little and met with so much
to! utmost ends of then known world. b I resistance There art nails from responsible militant groups

I Since the poor are children of God, they for overthrow of the government or setting up a different kind
of economic system. All that is asked is that UN pie be sliced
, are also brothers of all men. And the least ARIES .CANCER LIBRA CAPRICORN equally with no one barred from the table.

I person in the sight of God is just as pre- BORN MARCH BORN JUNE BORN Social and economic Justice-end an end to the violence which

cious as the emperor or king. If all men 21ST APRIL SEPT. lOll DEC. destroys young children and murders great men. That is the

are brothers, and if all men will just 19TN 22NO JULY_ 22ND 23RD OCT. 23RI '2MD JAN. 19TI program around which all decent people-black and white--can
It takes tact. Whether you are Don't show It. Most people unite to help savt our coumry.LEGISLATION .
put into action what they preach, the Keep posted. Ubrans who instinctively
a still Few art right. Caprlcornians
starting on new Job, or respond rapidly to smile..Few
wealthy will be willing to share'what they at the old one, it is necessary are Interested to hear about feel that the time seem perfectly )Justified to stick-

have with the down-trodden by giving them to keep oo friendly terms with woes or misfortunes. There Is is not otherwise ripe for, changes are less, drasticor apt to to their views regardless of; TO AID POORAt
world
what the rest of the
fellow-workers. There
work with adequate may little doubt that many
pay. make the mistakes that are
be little choice about thinks. It is difficult: to fact> the
present time
deciding the .
Cancerlans are truly worried poor -people
It that looming the horiton.It .
seems to achieve this nobel end, to J Join in activities large on the sarcastic comments to the
group about business, finances or em- apparently is not a good | have marched upon Washington D.C. in
Jesus would have to effect that think art ,
us change our minds. whether they meet with your you you
ployment. It looks u if had
you month to be free with cash and order to sear the
while the rest of t public conscience and
Jesus used love, which is the moving soul approval or not It Is a matterof better grin and bear it and confidences. And it always right
of religion, to give dynamic to his heal- going along or being prepared say nothing to strangers and, wiser to remain on the appears most the world is wrong Nevertheless motivate the U.S. Congress to cope with
be the
could the
this >
ing.Without love no curative to meet hostility least of all, to potential com- loving and friendliest of terms really problems of the poor constructively..
exists. Should
power and In instances.
retaliation The cast many
measures petitors. Those who have an in with mates or business as- J This will do some good but no march of
One may possess a religious without conservative side of make- to be pres
sense your with persons in places of authority sociates. It may help to check lured doing that[ this kind is going to accomplish much
is into something very
now to
love, a comprehension.! you will, of up being brought should make good ascot some of the wilder notions that
the lore, and it reinforces a goes contrary to the grain it by congressional legislation, unless
very
the
jcosmic law. but there is nothing dynamicand fact to smooth the way for could trot through your or their
tendency to act conservatively further added may turn out to be an errorthat serious thought is given to the exact na-
formative in faith without progress or profits beads.
any passionfor rather than could make lift somewhat
Jumping headlong Needless to say, the use of ture of the laws that are being demanded.
ones fellowmen and without noble into 3.60.44.15.92.346 troublesome for practically the
a anything u you may have
discretion
and the highest orderof Even if our Congress responded favorably
done formerly. rest of the month.
purpose SCORPIO
diplomacy a must in order with
new legislation
The present attitude of people who can 1.20.55.18.15.125 to insure success. 7 SO'J 12.32.737 r regarding jobs, housing -

do, but won't is "I must look out for 5 40 0 77 13 29 547 BORN OCT and increased income, in a few more

Number One. I have mine, so now you must TAURUS LEO 24TH NOV. 22ND years we would find that once again the
AQUARIUS average Negro is at the
bottom
of the -
BORN APRIL economic
get your own. The purpose of prayer anu Strengthen ties. Any accords

communion with God and man is to form a 20TH MAY 20TH BORN JULY that have previously been BORN JAN.20TH ladder where he has always been.
Now
There is time. June starts out reached may further be reinforced you may ask. what do you propose?
new picture of better conduct and behavior Uii AUG. 19th FEB. 1ITI
pleasantly enough. But don't by applying more We must answer) that we haven't studied all
among men. When once men get this new pic- Do it at If there efficient In the
once. are ways management of
allow this to lull Into believing the details
you Why change? With conditions nor could we because wdon't
,
ture, this new vision. they will gain the that this will on friends to be entertained, or of cash and common ,
go remaining somewhat on the have the
strength to Important deals to be closed When two are willing precarious facilities and finance
: bring a realization that even without interruption. Benefit property. side, it would be foolhardy
the chances of making the desired to cooperate without reservations necessary for this accomplishment But
l poor people should share in this country' from the messages that intuition to harbor the notion P",
headway are far brighter the road to a bettered we do subscribe to a plan
great wealth may be trying to convey directlyor this month,you are sure to come outlined by the
; before rather than alter the 6th. status and material well-being National
through your closest partner. up with the possibility that Committee for a Confrontationwith
At the first indication that temp- This day seems to signify the is rendered considerably losses even would be greater Congress.

PEACEFUL CHANGE A PROBLEM tation is trying to get strangle beginning 'of a phase when smoother. The one thing that than ever before. While you The NCCC has
hold on your affections or everybody wants something Scorpios in general should avoid may have been oo the moderate outlined a plan for jobs
pocketbook, or both, withdrawto from you for one reason or is to pin their faith and beliefs side heretofore, turn ultraconservative included inH.R. Bill, 16266 which would
of It is ineveryone's another, none of them apparently on the say-so of friends instead : not only set
What's going on in the United States? a place safety. associates. .now Also adopt a 12-year timetable for abolishing -
of
loyal key
It is
interest valid. better to makeup
future not a firmer stand against the America's
Why are there some striking going-ons-- This would affect not only good so- slums but would in the
to fall into the bands of scheming your mind here and there called rebellion of youth which
rioting, demonstrating, protesting etc? individuals or to get so not to give in for the rest of the relations, but also it could may be fomented and exploitedby procedure create 500.000 new top-dollar

We know that law and order are not meet- emotionally Involved as find month, no matter how urgent cause a noteworthy financial selfish interests for the sake-[ construction Jobs.

ing the modern interpretations of justice it impossible to extricate one- everything is made to sound. reverse. Take good care of your of profits to be made out of It. Relieving the dire need for Jobs for the
health by not overworking or
have sell 8 10 66 17 42 817 3 90 '- 22 .I4.3r.394 poor cannot be a "crash" but
so we disorder. The nations have con- straining the endurance to the program,

structed a vast apparatus (The UN) for the 9.70.22.14.48.932 VIRGO breaking point. Some who feel must be tackled with full force on a
GEMINI inclined to take*wacations now long range plan.
peaceful settlement of international dis- BORN AUG. PISCES
should do so without hesitation.
putes but it has not worked in Southeast BORN MAY
3RD SEPT. 22ND 4 50 55 -13 42.475 BORN FEB.
Asia, or the Middle East, or in Korea, or .21ST /IIIIIIIIp/I//III/THIS f
JUNE 21ST. '
Slow down. Dangerous curves SAGITTARUS 1ST! MAR 20TN
'on the subcontinent of India. Prepare for storms.There are ahead, whether they are indicated It takes assurance. Many1Pisceans WEEK IN. NEGRO HI5TO
Labor and management have the bargaining many kinds of storms besides by highway signs or business BORN NOV. no doubt have been baia. .. r riiarvi J1J

table, but the late Martin Luther King, those that are purely climatic. graphs, call for a slowdown. URD DEC J21ST termed dreamers by their con-
Jr. was murdered during an unresolved They can rage within one's self Before many days nave passed: f temporaries and intimates. May 26, 18S7 Dred Scott, central figure a fugitive slave
or in the bosom of the family it should become clearer What will it be? There is case and his
strike of garbage and While this state is cODducI.eto : family, were liberated by Taylor
workers in
f Memphis, No matter which the something Important that has
are ones clearer that there is a rough a form of happiness It is Blow.
4 Tennessee. to' which Cemlnlans may be' trip in the offing. This makes to be sacrificed in order to one that is too fleeting and 1
Our Universities are consulting with subjected, during the first 3 it all the more important to obtain your heart's desire. volatile to keep anyone exist.I May 27, 1942 Dorle Miller,first Negrotp wlnthe Navy Crosi
students quarters, they are bound to deals closed Whether it is a major goal for Its substance. heroism-daring the Japanese attack on
1 today more than ever before, but leave them and get large as ex- a Superior position, or whatever I log long oo Pearl Harbor.
i even some of the more illustrious uni spent reaching ,pedltlously as possbUe,and then else unusual that have There comes the moment when
out for a friendly band.The first you : the competition and the strugglefor May 28, 1959 Death of
to settle for of Dr. Henry Allen
a period
waiting Boyd National Publishing
; versity communities, which are labelled signs of impending blows may in mind, maybe a matter of material things make demands ,
and marking time until July. Company Nashville.
j citadels of reason are in turmoil. be seen or felt on the 6th. This There should be little interruption individual circumstances The that canaot be brushed
: Perhaps we can explain all of this with should be warning enough not to in the social activitiesin alternative may entail a love or aside. Marriage and.do- May 29, 1910 Birth of Ralph tfetcalf e,famous track star and
i complicate matters at home nor marriage that is foresworn soas also entailrespoosibtities eat, who is Chicago
mestlclty currently a
which Olympic
the statement that
everywhere expectancyis in private life Those who have you participate, especially not to be impeded on thewayup.
that
outrunning results, the militant min- in view of the What appears most likelyis only can
Jobs should not quit in a huff be shirked at considerable risk
: ority,-is over helnii**-indifferent ma- or for any reason other than increasing, weddings number of and engagements that no one, or wlthoulprejudice few ,The JOrst' crisis to arise in May 30,1870 Fifteenth (RlgU to Vote) Amendment ratified.
other
jority, and ;'patience" has become an the circumstances over which. spring events. can have it both ways this connection during June may
obnoxious word they have no control. to either appear on the 6th. May 31, 1810 Walt Whitman, poet advocating freedom and
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World News DigestSPREADING r sv Third Klansman FAMU I StHdeits Discuss Jobs Dr. King Hod


Goes On Trial In k b
Respect For

Worker's Death K TI ia

HATTIESBURG, Miss.--Sam
All StatutesNEW
Bowers Jr., former head of the
militant White Knights of the YORK Some 1,100
LONDON-NPl-The "hot summer" or racial unrest mayAMi Ku Klux Klan, went on trial May guests attending the LDF.IDltitut. -
Eve Britain within a year according to Michael 44 on an arson charge In the on the Uses of Law U
24-year-old West Indian and Black Muslim leader '1966 firebomb death of Vernon Combatting Racism and Poverty
In Britain who Is currently under a one-year sentence for incitIng Dahmer. her heard snusessmentafthe
racial hatred. Malik, whose real name la Michael de Fretlas. His is the third case to be late Martin Luther King's contribution -
has Just had a book published,entitled"From Michael de Freitas brought to court following the to American law.
to Michael X." murder of Dahmer on the morn- Jack Greenberg; director-
Ing of January 10, 1966 Dah counsel of the NAACP Legal
SECOND CLASS ALSO mer had been active in Negro Defense and Educational Fond,
voter-registration efforts; anda ., Inc. (LDF) made the statement
TOKYO- group In Japan are Increasingly being heard as the Eta community rest County Branch of the National 1 r. particularly to his lawyers," j
-numbering some three million, or three per cent of the Association for the Advancement Mr. Greenberg said, "1s that
entire population--b.unche.lts drive for equality of opportunity. of Colored People. his life helped determine the
The newest Incident: concerns the demand by the Eta Emancipa Last March 15, In Forrest outer reaches, the fun potential
tion league for an assembly hall In Fukuoka on the island of County Circuit Court, Hatless ydA r of the law In his time.
Kushu in Southern Japan. Failure to win approval of their demand burg, a white man; Cecil Vic- Mr. Greenberg cited the col-
led to a melee between 70 Etas and the office of the Governor of tor Sessum, was convicted of laboration of LDF attorneys I
Fukuoka. murder and arson in Dahmer'f and the Southern Christian
killing The verdict of guilty .Leadership Conference from
REVOLT PLEDGE came from an all-white Jury Montgomery St. Augustine,Albany
after moren than two hours of V.aaltan Birmingham, Selma,
AGUADILLA, Puerto Rice( --A new political party the deliberation It marked the first : Chicago Memphis, and eli"
Socialist Workers has announced its chief aim to be an armed time modern Mississippi where -
revolt throughout the island to "overthrow imperialism and tory that a state court Jury had "Out of this intimate
colonialism. The party numbering some 70 members is headed convicted a white man in a civil. w collaboration," Mr. Greenberg
by Wilson Cortes Surges and Juan Antonio Corretger. rights slaying.Subsequently. added, "I learned that Martin
the case of King had & deep reverence for
SWITCHOVER Henry Deboxtel ended in amis- the law."The.
trial in the State Circuit Court spectacular publicity

LAGOS (NP1)-Nigeria has finally decided to follow the lead of when the Jury reported a 6-6 :. -a:-_ .r ..."" ,_ given to his avowals of tfc*
fellow West African independent nations of Gambia Liberia, deadlock. Deboxtel was ordered hack Shaw (standing) of the Florida State Board of Health a Career Day session at FAMU sponsored by tile Stab Depart .right of civil disobedience was
Dahomey and Togo and switch to drlylng on the right side of the back into custody and the case discusses Job opportunities In his department with graduating ment of Florida in an effort to hire FAMU graduates for state fa( out of proportloa toCONTINUED

road Instead of -- as in Brlta1Jl.the left. This will further the continued court.until the May term of seniors Florida. AIM University. The occasion was part of government positions. ON PAGE 14

complicate matters since Ghana, which separates Nigeria from
Dahomey: and Togo, still clings'to the len ..lct8.Theonly other
left cider in the region Is Sierra Leone.

THIRD TUNNEL


BERN Switzerland-(-Switterland will begin construction
on Its third vehicular tunnel next spring, which will be the
longest of Its kind in the world. To be completed in the late
1970-s, the tunnel will be 11 miles long, will be called the St.
Gotthard Alolne highway tunnel!,will be four miles longer than the .
Mont Blanc tunnel linking France and Italy. and more than seven j

miles, longer than the St. Bernard tunnel-link with Italy. .-


NEW PLANT 'I

M'BAO, Senegal-NP.I -.A 12,4 million fertilizer plant has
built and put into operation by a new firm, the Soclete Industrielle .
d'Angrais to Senegal IFS which will produce a wide range of .
complex fertilizers in quantities sufficient to fill all the coun ,- .
try's needs. The final fertilizer production facility of Its kind k : .
in West Africa, it will employ 180 people most of whom will be

Senegalese.

BANK SITEBRIDGETOWN

Barbados--The proposed Caribbean Development
bank, composed of member countries into Commonwealth ,
Caribbean area, will be headquartered Barbados,according
to an agreement entered Into by finance ministers o( Marine National Bank is the newest bank in Jacksonville I
tee Commonwealth and Caribbean government, at a meeting In I'
Antigua last month. The bank will be capitalized at $65 million .
with 60 per cent of the Initial authorized capital being alloted for 4. successor to Central National. Maybe you read about it'fn'thcfiewspapers.'Marine

subscription by the Caribbean countries and' the remainder set '.;. .. j -' --- ........ ....... -- -... .rva.. '" a \
aside for other members. !'' f National it a newly organized

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INTEGRATION and chartered bank. Everything is new. New owners. New '

LONDON-NP.I 'Integrated casting" of actors andactreuesmay There a
soon be the standard thing in the staging of West End directors. New policies II I
plays, if the Society of West End Theatre managers approves. I.
Equity the actor's trade union has proposed that actors and
actresses be selected for parts In plays purely on the basis of, NEW LOOK

their profession( ability, and not on.the color of their skin. Will this change mean. any inconvenience for customers. ?


A.M.E. Zion Annual Confab .I.i Iile. .t nla1nst"a'_ Jj-,:+t, .IL'.,"" inJacksonville i I No. Just keep on using the. checks and .forms- you now I


Supports Humphrey Campaign have Marine National will honor them.indefinitely.

DETROIT The African Methodist Episcopal Zion Church has i !

become the second major Negro denomination to boost thecandidacy I

of Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey for the Pre We know you'll find enough difference to make ._
sidency.
At the General Quadrennial gram. Specifically the Vice .
Conference: of the AME Zion President caned for long-term difference. means progressive, forward looking.bank f
low-Interest loans to Negro entrepreneurs -
Church here, hundreds d delegates
led by their bishops and other forms d Visit'us and '
providing for all your financial needs. soon
gave the Vice President rousing technical and financial assist-_
welcome after be was once
Introduced by Bishop Alfred "One sure way to perfect and we'll tell you all about it,
Dunston as "our next Presi defend America Is to have
dent." everyone have a share in it,
Bishop Dunston is chairman including a stake in private pro
of the Board of Bishops of the perty' the Vice President said. -.

AME Zion Church, which has "Equal employment ,
a national membership of opportunity means more thanan .dt IAA.. J"
750,000.On equal right to a Job. It sf; -
May t, the African Methodist means more than promotion on
Episcopal Church Quadrennial the basis of ability alone. It
Conference in Philadelphiaalso also means the right for black
virtually endorsed Vice Americans to match wits on

President Humphrey for the their own as proprietors, as '.
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Presidency.One businessmen." JERRY THOM.VS.Chiiraiin. .(the Board -$ GOODRUM.PrwUenl
of the emotional moments The Vice President drew loud

of the Vice President's participation laughter in responding to Bishop .. .
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In the AME Zion National Dunston's "prophetic introduction ..t1 :'
Conference In Detroit u the next Presi-
last Tuesday came after his ad- dent by Quipping: "It has takena : '
dress. bishop to get the "vice" MARINE NATIONAL BANK ; i
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Retired Bishop William J. out of Vice President.

Walls, 85, of Chicago stirred T
his audience with a rare dis- : OF JACKSONVILLE ,7 .II! !
play d classical oratory in his California's .: 1 :
10-minute tribute to the Vice '. ;" !
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President. I
Panthers Member ,'j t :
While Bishop Walls spo&e,and JULIA at DUVAL
in the audience 'J.<:i3t ) !
the thousand people :. ;
Killed by Cops
the
shouted "amens .: !
Vice President sat on the edge .
OAKLAND Calif..N P I)= ,
of Us chair tears rolling down ;:':._' ; :
Bobby James Hutton, 16-year- : > ; / ,
his cheeks.
,
old member of the militant r nMEMBERFEDERAIDEPOSIT ,
When Bishop Walls finished his Black Panther Party for Self- INSURANCE CORPORATION .' MEMBER fEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEMr '" !
and the "
eloquent tribute be defense, has been slain by ;r :" I
Vice President warmly embraced : S S
In this atmosphere police. He was shot as be emerged : .. r: < .
house had sur '
charged with emotion, the audience from a they .
by singing rounded. ,.
"America"responded and "We ShallOvercome" Black Panther leaders said ':! ... ; ., \" .
Hutton was unarmed and bad
left the house with his hands in
In his speech the Vice President
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called for a domestic .i'; .. ,
find ,
assistance program"to "They are Just trying to ., '''n,, R '' -"' "'' .
technical
Introduce more black Americans ways to kill, maim, and destroy ;'I' Panthers said .
the Black ,
to the part of the system
which has not been theirs Charles Garry the group's at- l' j .. .. [; : ;
enterprise." torney. 1
private Warren Wells and
Two others .
for the United -
He said U Is time
Eldridge Cleaver, were wounded !
States to apply at home-
in the attack.
in the ghetto-some of the principles i
: of our foreign aid pro ::1 '

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Geodetic Jewelry

Breathtaking But Honey DeSoto Inc. Lists 133
/Justine La War

,i;.,.. i !I! ':. :> \ Pretty Wallpaper SchemesWhat fashion


Yh. with everything from electrical theatres to electrical v ""
bananas receiving national attention, It's no surprise that an patternNo. wJ
electric styling current is pulsating through America as well.
: 11$ i In stride with the times, and plush -flocks: There are
\ United-DeSoto the wallcover stripes, florals, plaids and 1
log division of DeSoto, Inc., mural-like designs
i srMI has Introduced its new Salon The Elburg pattern, for
i collection-133 patterns, Instance, has an elegant lacey
wn as Msustee including 44 flocked designs, look and comes In four muted
sizzling with neon colors and color selections white on
reaching new threshholds of black white on beige, white on iJAw
visual stimulation. yellow and white on blue.
There are light colors bright Or, for a truly different wall-
colors small there's Escorlal with GEODETIC JEWELRY from,
; patterns big patterns covering,
,.,yam ; shimmering wet-looks, Its raised texture that makes Montmartre studios may be one f w'a
r silver and gold backgrounds walls look like they were lifted of the latest "In" Items for
; T from a Mexican hacienda fashion experts, but to Detroit's
For flocks fans, Francesca's automotive stylists It is old hat. (
"" luxurious leaves have them in Chrysler Corporation stylists ( .kcsJJ :
two colors. There's light and selected some of the geodetic
r" forms on its 1968 models and
dark foil
green flocking on gold ,
light and dark red on shimmering found they were ideally suitedas \
wet-look red, or velvet earrings, rings and what-
oau- black flock on wet-look black. have-you. Detroit model Rose
Here's a refreshing new Waldon modeled a Dodge Dart
switch of the trunk led medallion as her right
-one patterns,
f fnnrtrt qutmont afoul earring and put a Plymouth Bar
called Fandango has
so many
: Junior Mia ttiquettt, racuda medallion on her left
colored
brightly flowers and
: grooming and inttrtut ear. The necklace pendant is an
designs that it doesn't have
for a background. It's a Imperial medallion The ring Is
y Q.Vbct) you become 13, room df'
emblem. For an
a Plymouth
people begin laying, "No virtual kaleidescope of colors
f yours old enough to ." with four variations-yellow, extra touch, she used a Plymouth
Mom's latest dictum Is that now green and white;orange,yellow, GTX grille nameplate as
I'm old enough to lake over green and white; pink, purple, a scatter pin. If milady is eye-
spring cleaning my room torinding and mustard; or green, dark ing the cars more carefully this
window washing and blue, light blue and purple. year, it may be because she's
bedspread cleaning. So.ndslike, United's new Salon wall interested in the cars or It might
a real drag bar any short coverings are all washable and be she's selecting new Jewelry. '
U CM? fully trimmed and available Whichever the case may be,De R-253
A. Springtime and growing up from most wallcovering trolt's stylists are ready, willIng I
'( have advantage but spring dealers. and able. (NPI Photo) Sires 10.11T1'0.T0E
Bright whites and hearty-hued colors spark interest In a teen-flavored bedroom featuring a cleaning toil one of them! Here
positive-personality multi-shade shag by Barwick Mills. Designed by Paul Krauss A.I.D. are some time-avers. Window. linen casual tiocs contrast color in a brooming way
the room setting reflects drama and pattern excitement coupled with Ingenuity. The "RedondoBeacb" washing Is shortened and simplified Mariposa Wallpaper Hits as band to outline yoke effect mi front Ixxlur aiul! hip.
shag mixes stx fiber colors-pomegranate, azalea bittersweet cranberry and IvoryA with the UK of new ? Lapovcr[ flaps; fasten with contrast Imttom and hu< single bed set on a carpeted platform Is ensconced In a strikingly colorful corner boasting Kleen-Ups window washers. smart in silks, cotton or sMitlictirs.
a Tbai-ailk-like plaid wallpaper. At the end of the bed is a small area for telephone, note These specially trailed papers Price 8100 It-253 is viable; in taking and book reading. Part of the bedroom space Is devoted to a work area wbere a white have their own great window Size 14 takes: 2',i >anl of 42 inch f.iUu all! H yards! of 33 inch
cleaner that comet to life when
slab table on saw-horse legs provides for studies or sewing. Wallpaper-covered panels frame the paper it wetted. Then just fabric for contrail. SUimlurtl IKHmctvmrn!. >rnti for size! 14 arc:
the matchstick blind screened window offering color continuity to the sleeping nook area. The wipe the paper over the window Hurt 34. Waist 20. MIDI 30.
wallpaper echoes the vibrant shades of the Barwick carpet and lends startling contrast to the dry with paper towels. Incidentally .
bright white of walls and furniture. Kken-Ups are great Send One Dollar for pattern plus S rent for pftrtago, in ugh or
for mirrors too! If your bedspread check "No SI.mrFor FirM.Oa... mailing. send lit cent rxlra. Add
I HEALTH HINTS mutt be hand-laundered One Dollar if you *'I id, :MVf A I'M INK:I.\ fAn PATTERN HOOK
-- simply soak it overnight In the
pressure; and discoloration. bathtub. In the rinse #complete: selection of High" Fashion morning
rEMTlrllnu: content to another unlabeled The victim should rest quietly and hang it out to dry. You best-seller Send to Al'STINF.: MAli I *-tm.ii" 1'alttrn. (name of
The Inrrrafttng use of pcllcldrt I, container. KNAKEM until a doctor arrives have time to spare to whipup your newspaper), Rox 1615. G.P.O.. No. York. N.Y. 10001. Print
to keep h<>mm tree of MOLLS a new spring frock now full name, address, I'ATTr.RX: :M'MHr.K: AM\) SitE
Insects and protect plant life While most snakes, In the An ordinary mole on the akin your
requires certain prmiutkins on United Slate are not poison- is composed of pigment form that yours old enough! t't
the part of the user Flrnl. md oils, approach all snakes with tog cells which generally become Q. Mini!, mldl, mail Tm
the dlrerlhmi on the label 1 of rautltm Signs of a poisonous visible In early childhood. .
IIIIItd! Mats the real spring
the container and null all cau, snake bile are: bleeding.'how.ever Since there Is only a alight ) Teenagers Want Relaxing
forecast? I dot want kighkeaslin.s
time and warning. Second, alight; burning pain little possibility of malignancy l ................... .
keep pnAlctdm a w a y from or no pain with a coral make moles are usually removed for aboMl"loh Shoes When
? we're
children or pel*. Third make bile rapid swelling; nauseaand cosmetic reasons. The majorityof Seeking Jobs
certain the container li tightly vomlllnc (not always evident moles can be removed by a stormed by the mast f
ruled and never Iranfcfer the I; rapid puree; low blood simple surgical procedure. To get a toe in the data. for a summa i MJ, te'lIWKeIS.bould
wear the right shots In trim goud-i:.,1.11"< tatln'i footwear
they will pus the entrance exam. ui < liiploymont with
a EDGEWOODAVE. flying colors.

According to the experts, it's tennis court en gym. on aninterview
B STORE feet first when sizing up Job "c'.akvu will hurt
applicants. Interviewers have your chine", Oil the Job they
found that shoes can tell a can hurt your l et--.s well as
OPEN SUNDAY r great deal about a prospective your 'PIrare.
employee. So, as an aid in the For comfoi and looks, plus
MARKETS
SU P.E R June Job-bunt, Leather Ind IS- an 4fod measure of self-as-
2 ".M. TO 6 P.M. ties of America offers these suram-c, the thtnkingteenwears
timely tips to teens: American-made leather shoes.
I Before embarking on any lilt She want the natural porosityof
WESTERN CENTER CUT JEWEL interviews check your shoe leatii'-t to keep her feet cool
and di bather's Biddable
wardrobe for necessary repairs y,
to scratches run-down heels, q.ulit that nukes the shoes
SHORTENING dirt marks or Ucked-out toes. tiers Iron fird "tearing the
Remember that, no matter how all-da: support and protection
PORKLB.69 neatly turned out you may be, of leather sols, and the trie-
if your shoes are soiled or tiou-fre aniuotluHfCS leather
shoddy the whole effect goes linings. And because U. S.
down the drain. feather s sad sftoenuking technology
39 L11Uoited's \ \T IT ILl( Young women going to business are the world's best,

CHO SfJ 3 LB. CAN new Salon collection includes Mariposa with gigantic are best shod in simple low She knows that American
; butterflies and other designs In the dripping wet-look texture. 'fa mid-heeled leather: pumps, leather footwear is the finest
The color combinations are green, blue, black and violet on .ties or sling-backs. This anywhere for valjeItanium .
r -'j HICKORY SMOKED olive drab; or fluorescent pink with orange black and tan season, the new broad-toed aic still high, so
,;. l on brown; or chartreuse, aqua tan and yellow on beige. shoes styles are real teen that both feet and legs will be
t'a. :.. :J J SUGAR CUREDPICNICS pleasers tipped up with high- very miv'h I in the summer spot-
rising fronts flat buckles or -ligtit. Short: skirts are both
Cub Bears Florida Rabbits bows, perforations and band- stylish and appropriate for the
< .' At birth bear cubs weigh from .Rabbits are born in nests and some hardware. Most suitable oaice, bit avoid microminisand
.. 6 to 10 ounces and measure 8 are blind, naked and helpless leathers are the smooth: bizarre outfits unless and
to 9 inches in length. They are at birth. There are three grained antiqued, brushed and until you find that they are
born naked, blind and toothless.A species of rabbits in Florida real patent American leathers. totally acceptable to the
newborn cub is about l/200th the cottontail the marsh rabbit Reserve canvas shoes for the "establistinu at., "
of the female's weight. and the swamp rabbit.

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Orange Cake Makes Default. Cake And Coffee Add To Delicious f To Say The Least


!! : Joys Of Bride's Menus

An evening-spent with friends over cake and coffee Is one of T}
the most pleasant ways to entertain, particularly U you're anew
: bride. It's easy on n the budget and on the hostess; It gives n
you a chance to show off your pretty wedding china and sliver; .
and it's a chance to dazzle your friends with a special occasion w
cake you've made from,scratch.
Orange Flavor Cake, lavished 1/3 cup water 4 ,{
with swirls of frosting with the 2 teaspoons light corn syrup 1
same flavor, tastes like spring 1 teaspoon vanilla I _
and looks likes party. If you'rea Combine sugar and Instant
working girl (and these days breakfast drink In top of double -
most girls are), make the cake boiler. Add egg whites, salt, j
and frost It the night before water, and corn syrup. Beat L \
company's coming. It will stay about 1 minute, or until .
delicately moist because It's an thoroughly mixed. Then place .t.r r4' xf
old-fashioned butter cake.Tang over boiling water and beat a, rel 4.h
Instant Breakfast Drink gives constantly with rotary beateror
the cake Its lovely orange flavor at high speed of electric
and color. mixer 1 minutes, or until : :
About the coffee-though most frosting will stand In stiff peaks, :

folks prefer their coffee pipinghot stirring frosting up from bottom w; l ,
r with cake, you might also and sides of pan occasionallywith : M '
e cSL offer a choice of Iced coffee rubber scraper spatula, a
C U the weather Is hot. And light or spoon.
sleepers, such as mothers-in- Remove from boiling water.
law, will bless you U you have For a very smooth and satiny
decaffeinated coffee availablefor frosting pour at once Into a _
them. large bowl for final beating.
inviting t few friends or relatives over for cake and coffee'Is Orange Flavor Cake Then add vanilla and beat 1
an easy! relaxed way for a new bride to entertain.Orange 2-1/2 cups sifted cake flour minute, or until thick enough
Flavor Cake Is a special occasion cake that tastes like spring 2-1/2 teaspoons double-acting to spread. Makes 4-1/2 cups
and looks like a party. Orange-flavored Instant breakfast baking powder frosting, or enough to cover tops
drink gives the cake its lovely pastel color and delicate flavor. 1/2 teaspoon salt and sides of two 8-lnch layers
Tang Breakfast Drink 1/4 teaspoon taking soda (generously) or two 9-

_. 1/2 cup butter or margarine- Inch layen.RECIPES'.
1-1/4 cups sugar


I I Women'S.Talk I 2 3 1-1/4 eggs tablespoons breakfast cups orange-flavored milk drink Instant !


1/4 cup water Mock Cranberry Relish
Sift flour with baking powder, 1 package (3 oc.) raspberry or
salt,and soda. 1 cup boiling water
Parmesan luncheon bread lethe 2 cups biscuit mix Cream butter. Gradually add 1-1/2 cups (15-ot. Jar)applesauce -
kind of recipe thatwillsteal 1 tablespoon sugar sugar and Tang Instant breakfast -
the show from the most exciting 1 teaspoon Instant minced onion drink; cream until light 1 teaspoon lemon Juice.
main dish. Try it for your (or 1 tablespoon finely chopped and fluffy. Add eggs, one at a Dissolve gelatin I In boiling
self and see. tt starts with t mild onion) time, beating thoroughly alter water. Add applesauce and
biscuit mix and develops Into 1/2 teaspoon crushed oregano each addition. Add about 1/4 lemon Juice and blend thorough
a high, light and tender loaf (or 1/4 teaspoon powdered oregano of the flour mixture and beat ly.Chill.
with flavor and style. ) until smooth. Beat In milk.
California white dinner wine 1/4 cup melted butter or margarine Alternately add remaining flour
is used as the Uquld In this recipe mixture and the water,beating Pnuieyt L -.-
,adding to the fragrance of 1/4cup California Saterne, after each addition until smooth. orwqlut np .upr 1'uddlnd This wonderfully fragrant bread U made at a bUcult mil with, .liquid. Powdered oregano mixed In the tatter and Parmesan
the oregano In the batter and the Chablis,(or other white dinner Pour batter into two greased I tabtnpoone con starch California Sauterne or other white dinner wine used u the! cheese sprinkled over the top make U an Irresistible accompaniment I
shredded Parmesan cheese on wine) and floured 8-lnca layer pans. }A teaspoon cinnamon for luncheon salads or a creamed dish. riP Photo
top. It passed taste-tests in the 1 egg,beaten Bake at 375 degrees for about t (Hb. eetl jar prance
test kitchen with the highest 1/2 cup milk 30 minutes, or until cake tester I Ublnpooa lemon Jules
marks. We think it will rate as 1/4 cup shredded Parmesan Inserted Into center comes out Combine sugar, corn starch "YOUR DOLLAR
and cinnamon In double boiler t
weU whenever U served.Tryit cheese clean. Cool cake In pans 10 top. Drain prunes, chop Add
for any meal, U a salad minutes, then remove from pans water to liquid. U Mooaaarr,
accompaniment. or to serve Combine biscuit mix, s and anted cooling on racks. to make H cup. BUYS MORE
along with creamed crab or onion,and oregano. Add melted Frost with Tart Orange Flavor Blond Juice Into mixture In 1
makes butter,Sauterne,beaten and pan. add prunes Cook over
chicken. It also an excellent egg Frosting. AT YOUR BANNERQUANTITY
boiling water Urrtrvf constantly $
shortcake base for milk. Beat until blended. Turn until mixture thlcksos. ,
creamed eggs or seafood. into well greased f-lnch round Tart Orange Flavor Frosting Con oook to minutes '
cake pan Sprinkle Parmesan 1-1/2 cups sugar sUrrtni occasionally V>U* to FOOD STORE11
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SATURDAY, JUNE 1 19E8 STAR PAPERS pier 11. .



-1- Legal Defense Fund Helps In Training Lawyers For Civil Rights. Fights I



NAACP HilsBombing FAMU Printers Lein NAACP Unit Plans Extending

EDUCATIONAL ROUNDUP Of

] Legal Work Within Deep SouthNEW
X* By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL Member InHattiesbOrg tlJ
YORK Appointment of Reuben Anderson, 25, u
.. director of the Mississippi legal program of the NAACP Legal
IIoi Defense and Educational Fund, Inc. (LDF) was announced her
AID APPEAL by Jack Greenbert. dlrector-cOl lseL

NEW fORK-Closter B. Current .. The new assignment was made The Intern program Initiated
WASHINGTOIMNPI National Association of State Uni national director of during an Institute on the Uses of and maintained primarily
versities and Land Grant Colleges has Issued an appeal, in branches and field administration Law in Combatting Racism and through grants of the Field
booklet form, for financial assistance to the"forgottencolleges" for the NAACP, has sent a, Poverty, sponsored by the LDF Foundation, is designed to augment
-tte predominantly Negro public colleges which do not have telegram to Attorney General A In honor of the 14th anniversary the supply of civil rights
the advantage of monetary support by corporations and founda Ramsey Clark asking an investigation A, Ya+ of the U. S. Supreme Court attorneys in ,those southern
tions. The booklet, entitled "Investment In Opportunity" pleads of bombing in Hattles- ruling on school Integration- states where the needis
for 35 predominantly Negro public four-year colleges and unI- burg, Mississippi.The won by LDF attorneys greatest
lrersir1rrenIljrJe.IU'ollln! !! 90,000 students .which are not bomb had been planted In I Attorney Anderson, first Promising law graduates work
United Negro College Fund. a cat owned by Kaley Duck Negro to graduate from the for up to a year under
worth, a member of the NAACP University of Mississippi> Law LDF tutelage either In New Yorkor
SEVEN NAMED and director of a Project Head 4 School ((1967), succeeds Marian In the office of an LDF
State Center. Duckworth was W/lght, who Is now in Washing attorney In the South. They
JEFFERSON CITY, CNPD-Complalnts of discrimination taken to Forest General HospU ton, D. C. on a Field Foundation assist In research, writing,
have been initiated by the Missouri Commission Human Rights tal In Hattlesburg with a frac- Fellowship. litigation and overall
against seven public school districts-Slkeston, Hayti LUbourn, tured Jaw and finger. Therehad Attorney Anderson supervisesa preparation of briefs.They also
Poplar Bulfl, Charleston, New Madrid and South Pemlscot been no known threats against full-time staff of three additional participate in staff conferencesand
(In Steele). Each district has been accused on two charges-bias him, although there had been lawyers plus five are exposed to the day-to
against teachers and staff In violation of the state fair employ numerous threats against the cooperating attorniy..Th1lteam day routines and disciplines
ment practices act; and segregation or discrimination against NAACP. Also Injured by the i S x (which will acquire two necesary for meeting the
students in violation of the public accommodations act. blast was Mrs. Llllle M. Hul- more members next month) is meticulous demands of thestf
lum who was in the car withDucltrrorth. Archie Banana (right), printing instructor u cut w uuau leetmlcal Institute at Florida responsible for more than 100 specialized areas of the legal
PROMOTED AAM University, gives a hot type orientation to three members of the evening class la lithography pending cases which include 23- profession.

In this telegram,Current said, technology school, 30 criminal, 8 employ- They are then aided in
GARDEN CITY, L.L-(NPl)-Porter Klrkwood, a sociology "We hope Justice Department ment, 3 welfare, and sundry establishing their practices In
teacher who had accused Nassau Community College of discrimination will Investigate thoroughly all others.He southern cities where they
In making\ promotions von his point and haw with extremists in local communitywho Negroes Are and his staff serve as devote considerable effort to
drawn the complaint he filed with the state human rights com could possibly connectedwith Negro Colleges counsel for four anti-poverty' civil rights cues
mission. The school announced that be would be raised from the this dastardly act. Further programs.
rank of assistant professor, to associate professor next February Current' requested that"tali Quilting Farms The LDF also announced that, Says Black Power.
protection to thanks to the LDF-sponsored
Dr. C.E. Smith ((NAACP branch Need Help From Herbert Lehman Education
APPOINTMENTS president) and family as well Because of Bias' Funk, 10 Negro students are Issue Gets News
u other members the NAACP now In scholarship at the
CHICAGO-(NPI)-Three well-known black figures have come who are being harassed by unknown MONTGOMERY ALA,Oack University of Mississippi Law Media Misuse
upon the educational scene within the past week. Poet-laureate persons who disagreewith Big CorporationsDr. people are moving from Ala- School. An additional three are
of Qllnois Gwendolyn Brooks was appointed distinguished lecturerat this organlratlon'iprojec tuna farms to crowded slums paying their own way. CHICA&MNPO black
Northeastern Illinois State College, Chicago In a public tions and activities. because the federal governmentdenies In light of student requests power Issue 1s being distorted
convocation In her honor last Friday; Ulysses Kay,distinguished Dr. Smith said Duckworth had them the housing loans for assistance, the LDF In white-oriented news media,
composer, nephew of the late ran Immortal King Oliver, was served u guard at his home and Lewis Dowdy EmphasizesNeed they need to star on the farm. estimated there will be 25 Negro according to crone Bennett,
appointed professor of music at Hunter College in the Bronx of at churches used for civil rights That's what u. 8. Civil Rights lawyers functioning in Mississippi Jr., senior editor Ebony mag
the City University of New York effective next September 1; activities.The of More Business Aid Commission 1s being told at within the next five years. azine. The white press Is"partof
and U.$. District Constance Baker Motley has been electedon blast from the bomb bearings where the federal There were only four u the race problem la
the board of trustees of her alma mater, New York University splintered the steering column GREENSBORO, N.C<-The burden of financing better education government has been descrit recently as 1965. America," he said, art: accordingly -
and broke the windshield of Mr. at predominantly Negro public colleges should be shared more ed u a virtual partner with The civil rights movement finds Itself to be
Duckworth's car. He had won and more by Industries end corporations, according to Dr. white landlords la the suppression long faced an acute shortage of the enemy of black power. Calling -
THIS HURTS it Just a few days before benefit Lewis C. Dowdy, president of ALT State University of black Alabama farmers. attorneys, particularly: In the black power one of the
raffle for a high school band. The Farmers Home Administration Deep 8oath, Mr. Greenberg most Important developments In
EVANSTON, 111.-(NPIMn. the wake of the demands by Negro Dr. Dowdy today praised the universitiesIn
students at Northwestern University for social equality, National Association of State :year colleges and of denying housing loans 65,000 law students are Negro of five books on Negro social
the school's business office disclosed that a seven per cent Aaron Henry, Universities and Land Grant : the United States. Five of and technical assistance to Negroes la the South, these are virtually and political history, added the
room and board Increase for residence halls will be levied, Colleges which this we. k i these Institutions are In North ,while large white-owned. the only lawyers who will handle movement "Is a response by
beginning in the fall. This increase to meet an expected deficit Charles Evers .launched a drive for more private 'Care farms receive federal civil rights cases,be continued, black people to American
of $200,000 because of higher food, wage and maintenance financial support for Negro a ssatntlon'sstnypototed subsidies. Anderson, like his pre.dtcessor racism, a response that reveals
ot students
costs. colleges. out that families ls a product of the the faults and fissures of our,
Named Dems "Contrary to popular belief," attending public Negro colleges *. LDPs legal Intern program. society."
By said Dr. Dowdy, "corporationshave have an avenge annual Income '
Milwaukee a real stake la the public of 13,300 compared to a national -
Keeping CleanI' JACKSON, Mls.-A a r o sHenry Negro college First of all,they median of 19,500. These colleges
president of the Mississippi are seeking the best talent possible It noted, need extra funds
State Conference of the from all of the colleges. from private sources to enable Old
NAACP Branches and Charles Why shouldn't they help to develop -, them to. undertake projects Taylor Presents: Ingenious Americans.
Evers, the Association's field that talent?" .AIn ( .which art Dot possible to finance
director 11 this state are mOllJ Nat' \ through.1 state funds and-
several elected launching Its drive, the FrederkkMcKinleyJones (J893-1961)) .
Negroes delegate 'other
sources Income
,itlonal Association of State Universities t ,j .
to Democratic aF "
county conventions and Land Grant "The state and the students
scheduled for May 21. Colleges said public Negro Just cant be expected to carry
Chosen at tbe precinct conventions colleges derive less than one. the burden of tMi higher education
on May 14, they were per cent of their total Income for Negroes alone," said
started on the way to possible Dr. Dowdy "Corporations can
from private sources and point- ,
election U delegates to the ed out that they are not included. .do a great service la helping to W3K
Democratic National Convention In the United Negro College' develop good citizens: for the
at Chicago next August.\ Fund. state and the nation. U not,they
'
However, they will have to survive will certainly have to share la
think that the
contests at the county,congressional United"Many Negro persons College Fund paying for welfare that results L : .

district and state takes care of all of the Institutions from a lack of education."
levels in order to achieve
delegate -
"
added Dr.Dowdy"but
status at tit national .
convention. the truth Is that two-thirds of ';.-.-. .-ii'.j \"
Negro participation In the the Negroes who are enrolled in '
series of elimination conventions college are public Institutions f \ '
Is in response to a acquirement not aided by the UNCF."' }
... laid down by the national Then are currently 35 pre- /
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Democratic Party at its
1964 convention Atlantic City. Opposes Newark .'. BRAND NEW I.
AU 2,400 employes srtCUler Brewing Company in Milwaukee That convention adopted a resolution -
were recently given Utter bags support Mayor Henry Mater's requiring representation Mayor's Plan : 1968 VW 4
proclamation that May is "Clean Up Fix Up Month. The In state delegations
litter bags were mailed to employee with the Miller IU-Lite to future national presidential To Have Deputy .: SEDANX176850
publication. Shown inserting the Utter bags into the envelopes nominating conventions
are Robert Monagle publication supervisor assisted by Linda of the party. Failure to comply NEWARK -(NPT>- Assemblyman ,. \,\"
Ingram..The brewery also donated 5,000 of the litter bags to with this regulation could result George C. Richardson ot : : \
the Mayor's BeautificatIon Committee for distribution in in refusal to seat the delegation.The Essex county has attacked Mayor ,. '
public facilities. Mississippi Freedom Democratic ': Hugh J. Addonizlo's plan to '. DIUVUIO IN JAX .'

> Party declined topar- name a Negro ass second deputy ... ... .1 He the ref
Atlanta life Insurance ticipate In the series of elec mayor. si .rllet' ttytf got rlg aratlon'i :
tions. In 1964 this predomin- The assemblyman accused the I'WI .
antly Negro party challenged the mayor of "bandplcking a Negro I \ ,
Company Stockholders MeetThe seating of the lily-white regular deputy mayor without considering 8'' industry rolling.Frederick
Democratic delegation to the tbe wishes of the Negro com- Catlin- .
Atlanta Life Insurance Company held its annual stockholders national convention. was this* munity. .
meeting Wednesday, May 15, In the Company Assembly Room. challenge which led to the adoption "Mayor Addonlzlo knows only I Jones reached the top racers, he knew shock-proofing. From

Dr. N. B. Herndon, President status and excellent Economic Atlanta of the MW regulation. too well Is that wen the on Negro the way community to- : Griffin : rank of American inventors the hard the library he knew refrigeration.
of the Company and Chairmanof contributions made by An orphan Fred quit school to Within
Life during 1967. Judge RichardsonIs selecting Its own Independent Volkswagen way days using a gasoline engine
the Board presided and made Ii support himself For a while he set and from Fred
The Officers and Board members candidates for mayor in 1970, U U'! up parts scrapyards,
his annual report to the company elected for 1968 are: Dr.. Richardson said. INC. pins. But his mind was on mechanical built the world's first practical truck
President'sreport
stockholders was Informative The and Inspiring -* N. B. Herndon, President- Howard U. Lewis B. Perkins Jr. the .: 1250 EAST 'th ST. : problems. refrigerator His invention revolutionized .
relations
to the stockholders Treasurer;E. M. Martin,First city's community director 354.9093 'J. At 16, he landed a job in a garage. the food-transport industry.
President-Secretary w. New Chairman and coordinator, sw
Vice youth
having revealed outstanding H. Smith Second Vice President ; Is being c0ns&4eredforthepost. ........... ..}t.. J Within three years he was foreman, It played a major role in developing
progress in all departments for ; Colonel George W. Lee, WASIUNGTONNPIJudie his specialty building racing cars. economical frozen-food distribution.Soon .
the year and an all time company Third Vice President; Dr. H.L. Scovel Richardson, 56, presiding he earned fame on the dirt- Later on,Frederick Jones designed
high in Benefits and Maturities Judge, Third Division, U.$. DON'T RAVE TO 60 TO TOWN TO SET
Medical Director Jesse YOU circuit.
paid policyholders and Lang, ; Custom court New York has track "Casey" Jones, they the first portable x-ray machine and
Assets to policyholders Hill, Jr., Actuary; E. USlmon, been elected .cbarlman of Howard called him, the daredevil who built the standard refrigerator for all Army

Security. Many commendations: FLVH, FLMI General Assstant'Kre-Auditor H.N. university's.board of trus- racers and set records driving them. field kitchens. In all, he held over 60SimultaneouslyJonescuriosity
Brown, ,
were paid President Herndon, LOW PRICES
and Field tary; L..J. Gunn, CLU Agency tees. patents. Really amazing for.a man
his Co-Officers-Staff
Personnel for the outstanding Director; Mrs. J. M. Lowe, He succeeds Lorimer headed D. Milton the was racing into radib. Showing immediate with a sixth-grade education. You'd
Cashier; H.J.COIUSSAdm1Ns 68 since, who 1948.has genius he was hired by a manufacturer have to call him one of our most in-

Gregory Says .trative Assistant; Charles Public Relations. W. board Judge Richardson Is former DRUG STORE NEEDSTrade of movie sound systems. genious Americans. #// in a airier
Greene Director .
Live Then that -------------
Anli-Riol Statutes Members of the,Board dean of Lincoln University came a day changed an ,

of Directors are: Dr. N. B. School with Your Neighbor hood Drug StoreWE industry. Fred's employer was golfI I Old Box Taylor 49J9. Grand Central Station II
Hurl Attitudes Herndon E.M. Martin, W.H. WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADV.. IN YOUR LOCAL. ing 'with a trucker, who was complaining. I New York N. Y. 10017

!) The Smith, George W. Lee, G.E. B.F. Goodrich PAPERS. We deliver. We also fill all Doctors Prescriptions. I A I load of poultry had i of Plea Frederick' tend McKinley me the handsome June* thown tcutpturad la tote butt ad. I
CNF -
SKOKIE DL
Delorme Charles W. Greene, spoiled because the ice melted. Why (It', V tail made of antique brocue cutcouldn't atone.It .
anti-riot part of the 1968 civil Dr. H. L. Lang, P. H. WUliard Gives 1,000To j cottt 15.00. U what it cotta ua. Old
rights law won't stop anythingbut and E.L. Simon. anybody refrigerate a truck? Taylor pay* iP'n".b: charge*.) I
Instead will force militant The Staff Representatives are: NAACP Fund Dixie Pharmacy Air-conditioning experts said ret t Taylor.M"Make. check ur money order payable to Old I
Negroes underground, come- A. E. Christopher,Assistant frigerators couldn withstand the I
dian-civil rigfits( activist Dick Agency Director; N.K. WcWl- AKRON, Ohio The' B. F, bounces of the roads. But Jones' employer I ," I I
Gregory declared last week. Assistant Agency Direc- Goodrich Company today announced Le1K NYI curl I
Uan,
said his sound-track firm would Address__ _
Addressing about 300 "white tor; D.A. Douglas, Assistant a contribution of 1312 RINGS ROAD AT ,MYRTLE r
liberals" at'a Congressional Agency Director; F. H. Hill, $1.000 to the NAACP Legal build the trucker a refrigerator. I.. Cit,. -State. YIp J
district meeting for the Partyof Assistant Agency Director, H. Defense and Educational Fund Pint 353-5597 Frederick Jones got the job.From L._____________-__
Peace In old Orchard Junior L. Fagan, Assistant Agency Inc. JO Columbus Circle NewYorlu
High School Gregory declared; Director, Mrs. E. G. Smith N.Y. The fund is th principal PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND .Q21cax2f."unrco-! !
"This (the law)is cood.because Supervisor of Industrial. legal arm of the civil ,
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PACE 12 STAR PAPERS 1.
,SATURDAY. MINE 1968


r----------------'I 1eeioo He Will Try Again Writer Explains Reasons

(World NewsDIgest
)1By 1,';) j. 1I''rI""r.fI'H:. '" ":7 ? : ,'

: NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL !| ax eon kid lASwsraOM ?-. r. riL ;.} For South African Boycott

u w o.tlN.r., ,,. NEW YORK There is real Justification for the re-exclusion
BY DEGREES of South Africa from participation In the Olympic Games, according -

PRETORIA (NPQ)-Ultimate independence for self-govern- IT'S SHOWTIME! .t to Tex Maule in Sports Illustrated this week After
indigenous population groups in South West Africa is said to be the International Olympic Committee decided to capitulate tothe
the Intent of the Nationalist pJrtyOruled government of South The robin U almost obsolete. y boycott threats from the black African nations and rescindIts
Africa A measure presently before the House of Assembly, This traditional hartjtnger of invitation to South Africa for the forthcoming Olympiad,
entitled "Development of Self-Government for Native Nations"In spring at least has for been outdoorsmen.replaced Now. r si sent Maule to Africa to do an in-depth study of the current

the trust .territory, proposes to provide recognition the earliest sign is the annual black-white situation there.
and eventual self-rule of six traditional areas: Ovamboland, sports show In progress or Macle's report in describes ing and living together while
Damaraland, Herbroland, Kaokoland,Okavangoland and Eastern .about to begin all across the "" the very complex and tragic out of their own country, Maule
Carplvl. land conditions he found. He concludes presents evidence that the real
Though mow my be falling y71I that South Africa's discrimination lies in the denial
"BABAL" LANDSINGAPORE .t curtain.time, and Ice-out Is DRIVER1XCELIEfdCE agreement to field an integrated of opportunities for any significant
weeks away, the show Is post- of black athletesto
number
British Commonwealth Olympic team only appeared -
(NPD)-This 10-year-old and
that /
the proof. fishing ; r
state (with Internal automomy) Is becoming a modern other long awaited warm to be a significant step complete equally for positions -
version of the biblical city of Babal,with the Increased interestof weather activities are near at in the direction of the Olympic on the Olympic team. Although
its citizenry In foreign tongues. Presently the four languages hand claim the rod and reel Ideal, that in reality the practice some of the mines have
officially recognized are English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese boys at Mercury outboards. of apartheid is escalatingand excellent training facilities,the
Getting the jump on spring : t the of chance of a miner being chosen
and Tamil. Rising in popularity are Japanese, and some of the confines of ..rlLr+ complete subjugation
within the warm an
minority Chinese dialects (Tershu, and Hokklen) which are equipment.jammed auditoriumis the blacks is an unchanging fact to test them depends entirely
In to the widely used Cantonese. of life. He writes: on the whim of white officials.
similar substance more fun for the entire family.Here's
NOT so LUCKY "good guy," white hat-garbed Walter E. Foreman, 18-year-old nigh school "By stretching a point,you can Maule found that the black
jto boat-
NAMESAKE thumping a, to chance dream1 I of go far horl- Junior-athlete from Frederick, Md., stands beside the vehicle he used in the rugged Am Vets ignore the political structure of athletes In South Africa who expected -

BIRMINGHAM, England (NPI) This midland city of tons where nshlnr Is always Dodge-sponsored national finals of the Driver Excellent Contest, staged recently In Soldier a nation. But the blatant discrimination to be chosen are heartbroken
is from the history of its American better to fiddle with gadgets of Field, Chicago. The only Negro who actually competed In the event; Walter didn't win any of in South Africa at their lost opportunityto
England taking a
namesake in Alabama in page seeking to preserve Its"whites-only" Infinite variety, and to longingly the top three prizes, but he did receive a citation acknowledging his participation in the against the black athlete, who compete in the Olympics and,
caress the finest wares of tough contest He hopes to try again. NPI Photo have turned the blacksin
identity. England's second city, it has called upon the Labor the sporting goods makers. has few playing fields outsidethe against
government to halt the Influx of colored immigrants into its It's an exciting treat for the gold mines, where he is an the rest of Africa for denying
it has "insufficient work and indentured slave and who has it to them. But Reginald
area, because already housing small fry, too. Coach ,
schools" for its 1.1 million students.SEAFOOD Armed with shopping bags Atlanta I Hawks GetAlhallY's Galt her no real freedom, cannot be Hlongwane, a Zulu apartheid
they'll have a heyday collecting ignored. The flare of the match refugee athlete now living In
colorful literature of every Speaks At in the black wilderness Is a London who Is secretary of the
description. This "loot" has a DaughtryALBANY long way from the ever burning South African Non-Racial Open
habit of becoming a permanentpart Committee told Maule ..
Fort torch of the Olympic Games. : .the
CENTER of ValleyFORT
a treasure
youngster's ; Gar-Mack Daughtry Albany State College's two- Is
and woe to the mother who in Although South Africa would government a major obstacle
144 N. MYRTLE AVI. PH. EL 4-I4M house cleaning tosses out a time All-Georgia selection, inked a 1968-69 National Basketball VALLEY, Ga. -CoachAlonsoS. probably have fielded about 12 but the South African Olympic

r... H....... dog-earred motor or tackle Association contract with the Atlanta Hawks recently. "Jake" ia1ther,head black athletes from three sports Committee Is biding behind the

I.A.5h., ,., .,.::. e. '":;.:- H/.x ./,M.e,.=: ,.:-, catalog "Daughtry Is one of the finest In Atlanta, not far from home. football coach of the famed (and about 70 whites from 17 government. It Is no better to
".NA .IN. LIAO.. 1111 a6iw Reserve an evening or an en shooters In the country,"Marty ) and would have put blacks on the team for show
H I"1 k St. .. C.&e This is more than I had ever Florida AIM University"Rat sports they
:AMNtaS visiting tire day the on show the In weekend your area for, Blake, the Hawks' general hoped for," he added.A tlers", was the keynote speakerAt met the requirements of travel than It Is to exclude them."

Boat Whiting Beach Whiting urge the Mercury lads. You manager, who signed the ASC resident of Enigma, Ga., The Fort Valley State
,..._ *Wi>M4 *t tokKkn ... may come away a bit weary star; said. "He has amazingly played high school College' Athletic Banquet here tvo'td
L.I Daughtry "lt4 BLaaaattet
S/t
'PuJJk
ttSpeckled 4 9 and foot tore, but you'll bar quick hands and Is unbelievably basketball at Nashville (Ga.) Friday night. lack
Ret Bass a grand time. accurate from u far u 35
Blue fed of the More than 100 athletes paced
.... the name
..
earning
.. fw Let's not 1up on the robin feet out. He needs experienceand High, I a. J 4 5 s I f 10 IIiT
,. ... into
'If I"' C "Nashville Bomber." the dining room of a local
3 9 entirely; hell appear In due seasoning and we plan to _
Trout
Snuff course But the show does Daughtry, a 6-' backllne ace, restaurant to hear the verysuccessful -----r $4n
him extra work
'CA"f.a./ St. give some
."e.n that spring I* close. Hawks' draft pick football mentor giveCOACH
the top ,
Mackerel lt catfish IB during our June rookie camp Joins
: ::15b ,Nkf..a A"M'6 9 c in Atlanta." Skip Hartlcka of South Carolina I.
M in
Ib "There Is as the two newcomers now
Mutton a good possibilitythat w
Snapper
Drum the fold. II &0
-. InH ...." we will send him on a 17 If .
RADIATORlACTING 36-country tour this summer The Albany State star, who
CRIIN tl.SO II. ranks as the school's second I 12 uL4
SHRIMP CoUM with the Gulf Oil All-Star teamso
ROYAL tjfDt $1.10. LI.. UP? that he can work on his all-time scorer incagehistory,
w.'.* .qvippe* A II.H.4 passing game; but we feel that signed a two-year pact at an u
ROE MULLET 35e I STEAK FISH w& %
.... 89C l. 4* any type .( repolrt tt his outside shooting 1s as good estimated $14,000 a ,ear.In his .
CtMUINI C4NUINI MIeI.rI". is... as any player chosen in the N BA four-year collegiate career, t. U' tt &to sosl

LOBSTER MEAT'e:;:' V I SHAD ROE ... 75clUMCtkCltw RADIATORS andGASTANKS draft" Blake said. "He can Daughtry bombP.dIn2,100polnt.
u
....... k.. ......... really pop 'em in from. long in 111 camel, ranking him nu J+
range. echoed the. Hawks' second only to the Rams' Billy
I .. tl" New I Used MittenCttMtriitslUi'ltlert general manager. Hill, who scored 2,387 point to srsT. 1M
re CRAB MEAT c.
In his
career. .
fold .lxt. *>.. La.:: N.. I"I Expressing real confidenceafter Daughtry has a 1504 mark for: 10 44 4&
Inking his play-for-pay
MAIN STREET 15 games u a freshman, hit- j
OYSTERS contract, Daughtry, In bis usual
.. .
I stewlN.", IN SHELLS n%1 RADIATOR shy manner, said, "1 feel(have for a 14.0 mark as uq>bomor., 44 I.
blasted the for
21.9
hoop>> a per
1.50 5.50 ... M.50 h terser Mali 8 m lea an excellent chance to make theHawks' game record as a junior,and on CAITHER N .}
,.... t"..,t t squad next season. lam
Just awfully happy to be playing; a balanced club his averaged 20.8 his philosophy about the in- .. ..- _
u It t game during senior year rredlenti needed to build a &
in waning ale Rams 10 the

FLORIDA STAR Home Delivered Now! second straight NA1A bid. winning Hiving football coached team."Rattlers"for
He was selected to the AtlantaJournal' 23 years, Galther has aa
i All-Georgia Collegiate .enviable. record of 181 .
basketball team for the victories, only 3) losses, and
past two seasons and was named ties for an araaiing 650'%.
to several AU-American teams
"Any successful athletic program
as a second team selectee. needs the full support of -- .

the administration faculty, an ACROSS than en47.. Carry" 101M- 11. Boredom
A&P Promotes enthusiastic student body, 1. Signal lights other boat thing heavy not for
alumni and friends," commented that burn :**. Intrude ... Salt fishermen
T. Clean outroughly (2 ... Born 14. Cornmeal
Coach Galther. 1 like
P. A. Smith ToVice.Pres.dent sides of fish wdi 19.1.4onllk.
; for my ball players to be 12. Give tener2*. Opera about 22. Immensity
"! L hostile, agile, and mobile," ably Egypt 1. Buoyant 23. Matt quiet
r N i.wT i./ a continued the Fla. A t M Coach. 13. Foreigners >!. Otherwise part of flib- 25. Millionaire
"A coach often has to be IS. PalnklUlnc 32. Cautious log rig :24. Runs a boat
The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea mother and father to his players drug bait tasters 2. rtllui ofDOWN on shore
Company Inc., has promoted and help them solve theirprobtuas" 16. and Boathouse mooring 35. Nearby attention 27. Pennsylvania
34. Our eonll- 3. Flyer townnear
Smith be declared.: "All
P.A. vice president of area
Dent! Abbr. Junta
t. Creek
the Southern Division, to Executive athletes cannot be dealt with 17. Sly jg. Manmade 8. Lover of U R.
; Viet President of the in the same manner,"continued fox sole beautIII.: Agnus _

Southern Division effective Im Caliber IL coun Dragged to je.ther" g. This tlaches lamb of
mediately. Skillfully combining humor 20. Rubber boot 38. Blind for a the Ood>>
Smith who bad served as vice with wise advice,Coach Galther hunter prop to the JO. Female pen .
1t president In charge of the Birmingham was loudly applauded by all In 21 Httched1? n. German motor former
river 7. 33. Actor Lu
Saturday:
"- unit before his attendance powto a
promotion 42. That thing French gust
to Jacksonville In 196S, Randy Havocs, senior, SIAC 23 five water **. A raising of .. Drewed 34. Long seat
was elected at a special meet. All-Conference selection was aboard in signal flags >. Buoyancy 37.' Grit skill
lag of the Division's Advisory recipient of the Coaches Award, choppy **. Lend a hand factor String In-
Board Directors in New York who In their opinion was the weathert.. Slaughter of 10. Actress W stnuneat4S.petrlned
The Southern Division covers best all-around athlete on and 24. San closer baseball via of
operating units throughout the off the field of play. to the wind fame CWTW particle

South and Southwest ANSWERES FOUND ON PAGE 14

You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR
Elvin Bethel



Clips. Smashes

The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News

Two Records

YOU Want To Read AbouL.Bul GREENSBORO N.C.-Airs
Elvin Bethea concluded his
I ee colorful athletic career for the

Aggies by smashing two records .
You don' t have to borrow your neighbor s paper in the annual North Carolina

to read about the activities In your churches, AAU track meat

clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000 The husky Bethea also a
standout football at ALT
homes In Jacksonville alone are having their favorite player
won the discus throw with a
Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat heave of 181-3/4 feet to erasea

urday. Why not you? mark of 157-7 1/4 by DickGesswela

of Duke University in

I Start Hone Delivery Of The STAR This Coning Week ( I mark 1963. in Bethea the shot broke put his with own'a

: 59-7 1/4 toss. His meet record -
.I 4 last year was 55-911/2.

I Just Fill in The Blank Below And Say' Both of Bethea's tosses Saturday
were in front of the best

marks posted this season by
Florida Star ; members of the HAIR (Nation

P. 0, Box 599Jacksonville al Association of Intercollegiate
Florida 32201 Athletics), although the Aggies
did not compete in the NAIL
this season. Bethea Is waiting
Deliver The Florida Star every week to: to sign a pro football contract -
with the Houston Oilers.
In the team totals, the Aggies
were second In the AAU meet
NAME -------_____ with 28 points. Duke won the
meet with 36 points.

ADDRESS 1 Roy Thompson also of ALT
-------
-APT------- I won the broad Jump with a
leap of 23-1/2 feet.Other Aggia
: CITY: PHONE --- winners were Seyoo Harrell,
'. second In 440 yard dash; Roy
Thompson fourth in tripple'

;: I will pay the carrier 20 cents per week for my paper Jump; Charles Johnson, thirdin
880 yard run.r' .


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I Sports Parade I IGRID h Supporters_ of Softball_ ,""' M' r.rfi ?. "Boypower Reaches ,Boys 76"Everywhere Program



CHICAGO-Negro boy membership In the Boy Scouts of Am-
erica Program became a reality at the national convention
recently when "Boypower '76" was set up, calling for a staff
SCHEDULE expansion of 50 per cent, plus a restructuring of the Scout
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (NPQ The Bethune-Cookman r movement so as to make it more relevant to city boys.
College Wildcats will play a eight-game horae-and-away ; b The program ephsalies mem-
gridiron schedule from Sept. 28 through Nov 23, and Including bership for at least one-third More than 4,000 adult leas
their Homecoming Game against South Carolina State Collegeon of all the nation's boys between era and professional scouters
Nov Y. The Wildcats bad a 5-Z were In attendance at the weeklong -
iron-lost record In 1967. 8 and 18 years by 1976. conclave.
The National Council elected
The Scouting movement, originated
HAPPY CHAMPPHILADELPHIA
New York real estate man Irving
(NP1))-Joe Frailer, five-states heavyweight Feist to the post of national by Daniel Beard, has,
boxing champion, recorded a tune with a fight theme president. Alden G. Barbert, along with the Girl Scout move-
recently and Joined a list ment, emphasized development
growing of athletes who have turnedto former California newspaper
singing as an avocation. Frailer, who won his minititlewith editor, was named Chief Scout Scout troops au over the coun-
an all-round TKO victory over Buster Mathls last March executive: Others are: Theo- try are constantly taking trips,
4, recorded a tune titled "The Bigger They Come, the Harder dore R. Gamble, St. Louis, studying nature and stressingthe
"Good Deed" for each day.
They Fall. Fritter, still unbeaten as a pro, defends against vice president; and Gilbert R.,
Mexico's Manuel Ramos In New York June Boy Scouts learn how to Uve
24. Pirrung, Balnbridge, Ga., International
with the elements of nature,
SECOND JOLT Re-elected commissioner. they study nature, trees, animals -
as vicepresidentswere
LONDON (NPQ) The international sports prestige of : William H. Fetrldge, and become generally co
South Africa was dealt another )Jolt recently when the Soviet Chicago; Nor ton gnizant of nature itself. This
Union proposed that S. A. be expelled from the InternationalLawn Tacoma, Washington; R Clappi year, however, with emphasisupon
Tennis Federation, because of its policy of racial Firman, Jr., Cleveland; Dr. membership of Negro boys
discrimination. Tennis will be more than ever before, it Is to
at
played the Olympic GamesIn Harold C. Hunt, Lexington,
Mexico In October, but South Africa will not compete Mass., and Zenon C.R. Han- be anticipated that the Boy Scout
because of Its expulsion from the Games Movement will accelerate.
by the International son of Allentown, Pa., trea-
Olympic Committee.: surer. ,. *, *
.
UNLUCKY RETURN L

BALTIMORE (NPQ) Baltimore Orioles slugger Frank
Robtnsotfs first start with the team since April 21 proved an WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENO
unlucky event recently. Robinson, who was sidelined with the ---- IWWJIklMflHKV j fi jPtM I BWSBBfmWIBJfBft WAITING-CREDIT APPROVED ON SPOT!
mumps, not only went hitless In four trips to the plate, but The Jacksonville Recreation Department conducts activities Slim Thus; J. Theodore Lawrence, District Manager of P1K 63 995
he Injured his shoulder In trying to throw out a runner at of the Young Women's Softball League, which Is sponsored by grim Health and L\Se\, ; Councilwoman Mary L. Singleton; J.T. CNEVYSUPERSPORT.f
the plate, as Cleveland downed the Orioles, 2-0. the Pilgrim Health and Life Insurance Company, at Slmond Collier, State Supervisor of the company; W.M. Bradby, Jr., 66 t1V1EqtA; : : '. .. ,.., $3195
Johnson Park The picture above shows the broadth of Interest and R. V. Daniels, Manager of the Kennedy Democrats and A. ONOIti ':h,V tN' 'AUTOMAtiC' 1ltC WINDOWS AIR
'NAMED GRID CAPTAIN taken by prominent cltltens of Jacksonville. Seen are, from Stripling Manager of the Sugar Town Phillies. Photo BH- 63 hucrWlAT ,. $3995
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (NPI) -Walter Frailer, a 230- left: C. Bryant, Director; Willie Benton, Manager of Holllngs BOB SMITH t.P 1ow WARRANT..-'N:' 'lOALtDW ED,f. All CONOITION.
pound center from Wauchula, Fat, recently named co-captain 67 MERCURY" STA.OWAli.'tp S. $2995
with William Player of the 1968-69 BeQunt-Cookman Am coNomoNio PULL IOUIPPID PACTOHV"
football team. Frazier made the Southern Intercollegiate College Athletic Super Quarterrrlilers Oliver Ford Speeds 5.U. To VictoryBATON I 67 !w'RVRWi WILDCAT. ,.... .... .13195

Jackson Conference and Johnnie All-Conference Allen were team named last co-captains season. Melvin of the Make 400 Meters Tops ROUGE-((NPI[)-A' View was a point behind with 65 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE $2995

Wildcats basketball team. Ford called Oliver burned up 89. Texas Southern had 4 Arkansas awAr COMFORT t.A t CONTROL, AIR CON "IONIDo ILfC. WINDOWS.
The emergence of severalyouncsuper-quarlermUersthlsyear, the track In the recent South- AM4N, 32, Gramblfng, 66 CADILLAC SEDAN $3295
StSPENDED together with the continuing brilliance: of a number of veteran, western Athletic Conference 21, Alcorn, six, and Jackson, .. .
NORMAN, Okla. (NPI Four Negro track stars were campaigners, makes the 400 meters one of the UJS.'s best events track and field championships, two. SEEING IS BELIEVING. ITS REAL SHARP
suspended from_athletic activities at the University of Oklahoma for the Olympics! .at Mexico City this October to pace Southern University's The 9.3 century ties the best 63 CADILLAC. :. .. .$1795
recently for what the athletic director termed their IB tact, uw quarter mile Is be a sutler. trek to the title In a meet time ever In Louisiana and the At* CONOITIONf D. tlfCTf'C INDOW*', LwAT
"flippant behavior" In a recent state federation meet. The exhibiting aa unprecedented Best performances of recent which was marked by speed- 440 relay time of 39." Is the (tP"A 't ATMAC. f lUY. .
64 CIlW.MALlBUSTA. WAlt .,.... .., .... $1293!
suspension d Wayne and Glen Long, both sprinters, and depth, as the latest Top Twenty date In other events have been and more speed. fastest run In the state. The CONDITION
Robert Brown and Grey Graham "had nothing to do with report from the U.S. Track A Bod Seagreifs 17'6 1/4 pole The slender Jaguar, who land- 880 time of 1:47.9: is the best 67 RAMBLER AMERICAN ".$l695
race," director J. D. Martin declared.Victorious Field Federation shows. vault; Mark Murro's 268'7" ed on the team via SUMO, was achieved in Louisiana and one of I-Dot "'TO". RAN AND FOWtl STCf UNA.
Twenty-two runners have recorded ''''06b and J. C, record la.the the rage of the tans as be ran the best times In the South. 67 PLYMOUTH FURY III V4 .... $2691
ce.. or better, led by )Javelin; the 53'9 collegiate mark open throttle to a one-sided High point man In the meet AUTOMATIC.MM." .. POWtft ITd* AIR CONO- PACT. WAR.
Captain VUanova's 19-year old phenom In the triple Jump set by Fin- I. victory In the ZOO-yard dash was Southern's William Miller, 67 RAMBLER 770 ..:... ...$1W5!
F tarry James at 43.S. In addition land' PeW Pousi, currently and as a member of the 440 and with 11 1/2 points on a victoryin 62 MrpfoS..$ 95"59 C1IR'SLER<< WAG..ill!
i to James, some of the studying at BYU; Gerry Und- one mile relay teams. the 100, a second In the fur- OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
neSir *.y. other new facet art Dave Morton grtn' 13:11.4mile win over Trailing 81.80, going Into the long, and a leg on the victorious WI
18-year old U. of Texas Oregon rival ATM Kvalhelm final event, Southern's fleet 220-relay team. Three records ull'b t AIPROVEa ocr\Ui"
flyer, whose 4S.5 1s a new (13:19.2)); and the American record foursome of Webster Johnson. were set and one tied In the
frosh record; Wayne Collett, 39.9 In the 440 relay by Clyde Franklin, Robert Johnson meet. R. S. EVANS
UCLA freshman and also 18, the Santa Clara Valley Youth and Ford dashed to 3:08.0:
who has a 45.8 to his credit, Village, anchored by Tommie milt relay victory over Prairie
la addition to quick clockings'. Smith. (The presence of Jamaican View. ARMY '
at 220 and; the 440 hurdles; Lennox Miller on USCs In dethroning Texas Southern, 3rd & MAINEL
Tennessee's Hardy McAlhaney great 440 relay foursome and upsetting Prairie View, RESERVE
(46.1); Texas AiM frosh Curtis Invalidates Its marks as American Southern tallied 90 points In 44381 OPEN TIL 9:30 P.M. XL 44382
Mills (46.1):; and S yon Har- records). Us championship effort. Prairie
rail of North Carolina AIT i
(46.2).
Seasoned competitors such as + '
Let Evans last year's top 440 V wa, A. i 1[ 'U.b t

man, and Vince Matthews, his
closest challenger, are also "Riun limeSLIGKU
showing their stuff. Evans has .
i a 46.1 (and recently whipped
James In.aa anchor leg dual at
the Fresno Relays) and Matthews
started his season with a
46.2. Throw la Thurman %
Boggess d Texas Prairie
View MM (46.2)), the army
Jim Kemp ((46.2)), and premier
Indoor runner Martin McGrady
(46.4), to name a few, and the
race for the top three spots on
Uncle Sam's Olympic team will
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Captain Gwendolyn Baker of the Holly Slim Jima led her team to
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Johnson Recreation Park. The Pilgrim Health and Life Insurance
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B. Bryant Is director of the Center The Jacksonville Recreation
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N.C.-Jtard hitting AIT State University was 31-11-21
officially declared winner of the CIAA (Central Intercollegiate
Athletic Association: ) baseball championship here last week Sometimes He's Sometimes
He's Down. He Adds.Subtracts,
The Aggies bad completedtheir '".average of.304. He works It all around.
conferenct season a weer Hubbard is a senior, but has to
ago with a 11- record but another year of baseball eligibility 11-21-31
had to await the outcome of left for the Aggies. Williamson 12"!
COMING
ralned-out games between other a native of Lawndalt, ATTRACTIONS
teams in the conferenct. AIT 'N.C., also led the CIAA and
was 13-6 In overall play. was a leader among the nation's 15 SI 718
Although Maryland State lost small colleges In stolen

only three games, the Hawks bases. MAN'S DAYSNUMBERED Schwobilt comes roaring into summer with the np-snortin! 'est salt of wonderful lightweight ,
were not eligible for the championship Williamson stole five bases in
because they did not the Aggies' final game against slacks you ever sowl All colors in such wonted blends as Dacron polyester and
play the required conferenct St. Augustine's to raise his cotton, Docron and Avril rayon, and many others in plains, poplins glen plaids and
games The Aggies were fol- total to 28 steals In the 16 '''M tad's Days are Numbered." checks. Most are permanent-press and they rang from size 28 to 48 in regulars, shorts
lowed in the final standings by' 'games In which bt played. Ht .Health and Fortune Can Be and longs! Get '*m while they're cool-tht hottest value in town!
Shaw (9-5), VlrclnlaState(8-5)), was cited In an article In the Yours When You Know You
and Norfolk.State and Winston- current Issue of Sports Illus Lucky.Days.
Salem (both ,-5). trated.
The baseball championship Other top batters for AIT '
was the first for the Aggies- were: Steve Parson .%8%; Hulls Lucky Colors, etc. um.4 OurChorgt
since 1963. It marks the seventh Haygood .283; Royal Mack, Send $2.00 for your )
time AiT has woo the confer- .250; and George Lima, .236. Horoscope Guide for or '
cone title under coach Mel Airs top pitcher was ,
Groomes, who has been at AIT Greensboro's Richard Cumin- MAY LayawayFlam C O 1 N I l RL RL swa eIx

12 years. lop, who was 5-0. Fill in the blank below and
Spunky Carl Hubbard of Dan- Cummings, a freshmenhadan mail to ZODIAC, Post Office
ville Va. finished the season earned run average of 1.5. Another '
Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla. 10 N. Laura 353-0630
as 'the Aggies' top batter top AiT hurler was Wil Cedar Hills Shopping Center -
with He son Stallswortn with a recordof trfw.Na rie u t.NM
a .437 average. was NAME: Center 7211383pSATURDAY
Regency Square Shopping
followed by speedy Clarence 41. The Aretes ended the STREET --
Williamson with an average of season: .with a team batting DATE OF BIRTH "
.308 and Lou Cummings..wfthr. average of .301. .i.t: v

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r(World NewsDi9estl: I ; ( A Gokixa1 He Will Try Again Writer Explains Reasons

1 :MIB.tl..l.oJlt"g! ; : :> 'IJt

I I By NEGRO PRESS INTERNATIONAL 1d| aaoo. seewsau \. ;. r. ., ''.. ., r' For South African Boycott

NEW YORK-There is real Justification for the re-exclusion
BY DEGREES v of South Africa from participation In the Olympic Games, according -
PRETORIA-(NPI)-Ultimate Independence for self-govern- IT'S SHOWTIME! a to Tex Maule in Sports Illustrated this week. After
indigenous population groups in South West Africa Is said to be the International Olympic Committee decided to capitulate tothe
the Intent of the Nationalist pJrtyOruled government of South The robin U almost obsolete. boycott threats from the black African nations and rescindits
Africa A measure presently before the House of Assembly, This traditional harbinger of 4 invitation to South Africa for the forthcoming Olympiad
entitled "Development of SeU-Government for Native Nations"In at spring least hu for been outdoorsmen.replaced Now. SI sent Maule to Africa to do an in-depth study of the current

the trust .territory, proposes to provide recognition the earliest sign la the annual Mark-whir situation there.
and eventual self-rule of six traditional areas: Ovamboland, ports how In progress or Macle's report in describes Ing and living together while
Damaraland, Herbroland, Kaokoland,Okavangoland and Eastern ,about to begin all across the -" the very complex and tragic out of their own country, Maule
Carplvt."BABAL". land. OPERATIC conditions he found. He con- presents evidence that the real
Though snow may be falling cludes that South Africa's discrimination lies in the denial
LANDSINGAPORE at curtain.time, and Ice-out Is. DIWXCllLENCFNOT ; agreement to field an Integrated of opportunities for any signi-
the show Is positive
weeks
away black athletesto
of
ficant number
team only -
British Common- Olympic appeared
(NPI) -This 10-year-old proof. that fishing and 111
wealth state (with Internal automomy) is becoming a modern other long awaited warm r to be a significant step complete equally for posi-
version of the biblical city of BabaL with the Increased interestof father activities are near at In the direction of the Olympic tions on the Olympic team Although -
its citizenry in foreign tongues. Presently the four languages hand, claim the rod and reel Ideal, that in reality the practice some of the mines have
officially recognized are English, Malay, Mandarin Chinese boys at Mercury outboards. of apartheid is escalatingand excellent training facilities the
and Tamil Rising in popularity are Japanese, and some of the Getting the Jump on spring the complete subjugation of chance of a miner being chosen
within the warm confines of an
minority Chinese dialects (Tershu, and Hokklen) which are equipment'jammed auditorium the blacks is an unchanging to test them depends entirelyon
similar In substance to the more widely used Cantonese. Is fun for the entire famll"Here'l of life. He writes: the whim of white Officials
chance to boat- SO LUCKY "food guy," white bat-garbed Walter E. Foreman 18-year-old high school "By stretching a point,you can Maule found that the black
NAMESAKE thumping a to dream of go far horl- Junior-athlete from Frederick, Md., stands beside the vehicle he used in the rugged Am Vets- ignore the political structure of athletes in South Africa who expected

BIRMINGHAM, England (NPI) This midland city of tons where nshlnfc Is always, Dodge-sponsored national finals of the Driver Excellent Contest, staged recently Soldier a nation. But the blatant discrimination to be chosen are heart
England is a from the history of its American better, to fiddle with gadgets of Field, Chicago The only Negro who actually competed in the event; Walter didn't win any of in South Africa broken at their lost opportunityto
namesake in taking Alabama In page seeking to preserve its "whites-only" Infinite variety, and to longingly the top three prizes, but he did receive a citation acknowledging his participation in the against the black athlete, who compete in the Olympics and.
caress the finest wares of
Labor tough contest. He hopes to try again. NPI Photo has few fields outsidethe have turned against the blacksin
identity. England's second city, it has called upon the the sporting goods makers. playing
government to halt the influx of colored Immigrants into its It's an exciting treat for the gold mines, where he is an the rest of Africa for deny-
area, because it already has "insufficient work, housing and small fry, too. Coach Indentured slave, and who has ing it to them. But Reginald
schools" for Its 1.1 million students.SEAFOOD Armed with shopping bags Atlanta I Hawks GetAlbany's Gaither no real freedom, cannot be Hlongwane, a Zulu apartheid
they'll have a heyday collecting Ignored. The flare of the match refugee athlete now living In
colorful literature of every Speaks At in the black wilderness is a London who is secretary of the
description This "loot" has a I DaughtryALBANY long way from the ever burning South African Non-Racial Open
habit of becoming a permanentpart Fort torch of the Olympic Games" Committee, told Maule: "....the
CENTER of treasure ValleyFORT
a
youngster's ; Ga/-Mack Daughtry Albany State College's two- Is obstacle
and woe to the mother who In Although South Africa would government a major ,
144 N. MYRTLE AVE. PH. a 4MM9n4 house cleaning tosses out time All-Georgia selection, inked a 1968-69 National Basketball VALLEY, Ga. -Coach probably have fielded about 12 but the South African Olympic
_...,. da-earred motor or tackle Association contract with the Atlanta Hawks recently AlonsoS. "Jake" Gaitherhead black athletes from three sports Committee Is biding behind the
TlMf*I .: vif ,.4tttrmtitt Hw '4M w (ft ton no, LN f mi catalog "Daughtry Is one of the finest in Atlanta, not far from home. football coach of the famed (and about 70 whites from 17 government. It is no better to
,
"1..1.-d. itt...S..*...HI.f ...lAO.... Cetote firi,.CINCH r.'N twn* q a Reserve an evening or an entire shooters in the country,"Marty This is more than I had ever Florida A ft M University"Rat sports), and they would have put blacks on the team for show
-v visiting day the on show the In weekend your area for, Blake, the Hawks' general hoped for," he added tlers", was the keynote speakerAt met the requirements travel- than It is to exclude them."

Boat Whiting Buck Whiting urge the Mercury lads. You manager, who signed the ASC A resident of Enigma, Ga., The Fort Valley State
h.R..S". Meal C may come away a bit weary star; said. "He has amazingly played high school College's Athletic Banquet here
_
t..4 'M : Daughtry S/t ioZtawaad BLauattet
4 9 and foot sore but yeah have quick hands and Is unbelievably basketball at Nashville (Ga.) Friday night "PllJJle leek
lb
Blot risk ,.. ...... I, a grand time. accurate from as far as 35 earning the name of the More than 100 athletes paced
,...... (., ..*...... C r Let's not give up on the robin feet out. He needs experienceand High"Nashville, Bomber." into the dining room of a local 2. J 1 5. t t 9 10 .II1e

..* 3 9 Speckled TroutCkitkt course entirely; But hell the appear show In does due seasoning and we plan to Daughtry, a 6-3 backllne ace, restaurant to bear the very la I' ,.
.. .... give him some extra work
*
that U close. successful football mentor
mean spring give
Spanish Mackerel Joins the Hawks' top draft pick,
n Catfish during our June rookie camp
s...._ .s'li'6 9 c In Atlanta" Skip Harllcka of South Carolina an
Iw4Dron Mutton Snapper J 1& I "There is a good possibilitythat as the two newcomers now in

". '.." ....... we will send him on a the fold. I' nit I-
RADIATORACTING ) 36-country tour this summer The Albany State star, who
SHRIMP UKCI 'ANCY' CHIN It SO II. with the Gulf Oil All-Star team ranks as the school's second U aa
MEDIUM tOTAL IDS 11.10. It. UP? so that he can work on his all-time scorer In cage history,
We're equipped, staffed signed a two-year pact at an U /" "
passing game but we feel that
;
ROE MULLET 35c I STEAK FISH age '
N. ... te 4, any type ef repair e* his outside shooting Is as good estimated $14,000 a year In bis Vh fiZ.
CINUINI I CINUINI ..ld,rinf pa... as any player chosen in the NBA four-year collegiate career, 11 ZI: : At JOII

LOBSTER MEAT '.;' '3M SHAD ROE -. 75c RADIATORS and draft," Blake said. "He can Daughtry bombed In Z,100 points Jt..
I Mk4 IfMI ......... GAS TANKS really pop 'em in from long In 111 games, ranking him Jt
echoed the Hawks' second only to the Rams' Billy
.. I 110 Nee 8 iced NNhisn range, Hill, who scored 2,387 points fig .. I' HIt
.
ell. general
M,....., .."tjeo CRAB MEAT Hawn- ,,,.1 16.I Bile h eted R.fI.'ffS Expressing manager.real confidence in Daughtry his career has, a 15.4 mark for: 40 4t 4&
after his =
Inking play-for-pay
MAIN STREET 15 as a freshman hit.
games
In his usual
OYSTERS contract Daughtry
,
for a 14.0 mark M a sophomore H----h 44 s
I stew Ne IN SHELLS ,. ..s RADIATOR shy manner, said, "I feellhavean blasted the for ,
21.9
hoop>> a per
'1.50... 5.50 ... '1.50... e....,Nile 8lfed att., excellent chance to make the game record as a Junior,and on COACH GAITHER Ie Na1
,.... '''.1111 I Hawks' squad next seuc i. lam
Just awfully happy to be playing a balanced club, averaged 20.8 his philosophy about the ingredients 4s
t a game. ..during. his- senior. year.. needed to build 1

FLORIDA STAR Home Delivered Now! la second leading straight the NAIA Rams bid.to the winning Hiving football coached team."Rattlers"for 11;. (.Je.. L'

He was selected to the AtlantaJournal's 23 years, Galther has an /
All-Georgia Collegiate ,enviable record of 187 '
basketball team for the victories only 31 losses, and ....:......:.-. '). -i..U uMf
past two seasons and was namedto ties for an amazing 850%. II'
several AU-American teams ,
successful athletic
"Any program
N as a second team selectee. r
needs the full support of --
the administration faculty, an ACROSS than an47.. Carry; IIOIMo U. Boredom
A&P PromotesP. enthusiastic student body, 1. Sl&na1llahta other boat thing heavy not for
alumni and friends," com- that burn M-: Intrude 48, Salt fishermen
T. Clean outroughly (aides 49 Born 14. Cornmeal
mented Coach Caliber. "I like
-'. A. Smith ToVicepresident of fish wdl' III. Ltonllke
for my ball players to be 12. Give rener. 21. Opera about DOWN 23. Immensity
II .r hostile, agile, and mobile" ously Egypt 1. Buoyant 21. Moat quiet
i" a continued the Fia. A ft M Coach. II. Foreigners II. Otherwise part of nib 2S. Millionaire
;' "A coach often baa to be 15. PalnkUlInf 32. Cautious Ins rig 38. Run a boat
1-- The Great Atlantic Pacific Tea mother and father to his players drug bait testers 2. Failure of on abort
Company Inc., has promoted and help them solve their problems 16. Boathouse ss Nearby attention 27. Pennsylvania
and mooring
M. Our oonU3.
Smith be declared. "All Flyer town
P.A. vice president of area nenl: Abbr near Junla
t. Creek
r the Southern Division, to Ex- athletes cannot be dealt within 17. Sly 33 Manmade 8- Lover or U R.
ecutlve Vice President of the the same manner,"continued fox 29. _
Southern Division,effective Immediately Galther. U. Dressed to k.ther"haul. Lamb of
\ Skillfully combining humor 20. Rubber court boot 311. Blind for a lathes the Ood
w.ld"t ; Smith, who had served as vice with wise advice,Coach Gal her for wading hunter prop to the 90. Female performer
f president In charge of the Birmingham was loudly applauded by all In 21. Hitched /l German motor
c: w river T. Saturday: 33. Actor Lu-
unit before his promotion attendance. pony a
U. That
thing French eat
to Jacksonville in 1965, Randy Haynes, senior, SIAC 22. Take poet water a. A raising of .. Dressed 34 Long seat
was elected at a special meeting All-Conference selection was aboard In 11&na111a&1 8. Buoyancy 37. Great skill
of the Division's Advisory recipient of the Coaches Award choppy 44 Lend a hand factor 40. String In.
Board of Directors in New York who In their opinion was the weather 48. Slaughter of 10. Actress Viattument
The Southern Division covers best all-around athlete on and 24 Salt closer basebaU'Ian of 4S. pectrlfled:
operating units throughout the off the field of play. to the wind fame CWTW particle

South and Southwest. ANSWERES FOUND ON PAGE U

You Don't Have To Miss A Single Issue Of The STAR
Elvin Belhea



Clips. Smashes

The STAR Is Carrying More Of The News

Two Records

YOU Want To Read AbouL.But GREENSBORO, N.C.--\IIT'
Elvin Bethea concluded his
e ee colorful athletic career for the
Aggies by smashing two records -.
You don t have to borrow your neighbor's paper ',Ito In the annual North Carolina

read about the activities in your churches, :... AAU track meet.
clubs and sewing circles etc. More than 10,000 The husky Betbea. also a
ey standout football at ALT
homes in Jacksonville alone are having their favorite player
woo the discus throw with a
Negro newspaper delivered Friday and Sat- heave of 181-3/4 feet to erasea

urday. Why not you? mark of 157-7 1/4 by Dick
.Gessweln of Duke University in

I Start Home Delivery Of The STAR This Coming Week Ej ( mark 1963. in Bethea the shot broke put his with own'a

e.I 59-7 1/4 toss. HIs meet.record
.
last year was 55-911/Z.

I Just Fill in The Blank Below And Say' Both of Bethea's tosses Saturday
were in front of the best
marks posted this season by
Florida Star members of the NAIA (National -

!) P. 0, Box 599Jacksonville Association Intercollegiate
t Florida 32201 Athletics), although the Aggies
did not compete in the NAIA
this season. Bethea Is waitIng -
Deliver The Florida Star every week to: rjT to sign a pro football contract -
with the Houston Oilers.
In the team totals, the Aggies'
were second in the AAU meet
NAME -----_____ .... with 28 points. Duke won the
meet with 36 points.

ADDRESS --- Roy Thompson also of ALT,
-APTCIn" won the broad Jump with a
leap of 23-1/2 feet.Other Aggie
--- PHONE- _, winners were Seyon Harrell,
second In 440 yard dash; Roy.
Thompson fourth in trippla
:i I will pay the carrier 20 cents'per week for my paper jump; Charles Johnson thirdin
880 yard run.







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.SATURDAY. I JUNE 1 1. 1968 STAR PAPERS P AGIJL


Supporters of Softballrrr' "loypower 76" Progrim


( Sports Parade I IGRID ,. --- Reaches Boys Everywhere



CHICAGO Negro boy membership in the Boy Scouts of Am-
erica Program became a reality at the national convention
recently when "Boypower *76" was set up calling for a staff
SCHEDULE ? expansion of SO per cent plus a restructuring of the Scout
DAYTONA BEACH Fla (NP9 The Bethune-Cookman movement so as to make it more relevant to city boys.
College Wildcats will play a eight-game home-and-away The program ephsalzes mem
gridiron schedule from Sept 28 through Nov. 23, and including bership for at least one-third More than 4,000 adult lead
their Homecoming Game against South Carolina State Collegeon of all the nation's boys between ers and professional scouterswere
Nov. 2. The Wildcats had a 5-2 won-lost record in 1967. 8 and 18 years by 1976. in attendance at the weeklong -
conclave.
The National Council elected
The Scouting movement, originated
HAPPY CHAMPPHILADELPHIA
New York real estate man Irving
(NPI)-Joe Frazier five-states heavyweight Feist to the post of national by Daniel Beard, has,
boxing champion, recorded a tune with a fight theme president. Alden G. Barbert, along with the Girl Scout move-
recently and Joined a growing list of athletes who have turnedto 1 former California newspaper ment, emphasized development.
singing as an avocation. Frailer, who won his mini-title 'editor, was named Chief Scout Scout troops all over the coun-
with an all-round TKO victory over Buster Mathls last March executive Others are: Theo try are constantly taking trips
4, recorded a tune titled "The Bigger They Come, the Harder dore R. Gamble St. Louis, studying nature and stressingthe
"Good Deed" for each day.
They FalL" Frazier, still unbeaten as a pro defends against vice president; and Gilbert R.
Mexico's Manuel Ramos in New York, June 24. Plrrung, Bainbridge Ga., International Boy Scouts learn how to live
r pia with the elements of nature
a + n i commissioner.
SECOND JOLT S { w S t. TYww.r Re-elected as vicepresidentswere they study nature trees, animals -
LONDON (NPI) The international sports prestige of : William H. Fetrldge, and become generally cognizant -
South Africa was dealt another of nature itself This
Jolt recently when the Soviet Chicago; Norton Clapp
Union proposed that S. A. be expelled from the International Tacoma, Washington; Royal year, however, with emphasisupon
Lawn Tennis Federation, because of its policy of racial 4 Firman, Jr., Cleveland; Dr. membership of Negro boys
discrimination. Tennis will be played at the Olympic Gamesin Harold C. Hunt, Lexington, more than ever before It is to
Mexico in October but South Africa will not compete Mass., and Zenon C.R. Han- be anticipated that the Boy Scout
because of its expulsion from the Games by the International son of Allentown, Pa, treasurer Movement will accelerate.

Olympic Committee. *. *
.
UNLUCKY RETURN I ,
BALTIMORE (NPI) Baltimore Orioles slugger Frank
Robinson's first start with the team since April 21 proved an WE TAKE DEALS OTHERS REFUSENO
.
event Robinson .... ...
unlucky recently. who was sidelined with the -- ON SPOT!
WAITING-CREDIT APPROVED
mumps not only went hitless in four trips to the plate but The Jacksonville Recreation Department conducts activities Slim urns; J. Theodore Lawrence, District Manager of P11-'
63 CHEVY SUPER SPORT.. .. .. .. ,| 995
he Injured his shoulder in trying to throw out a runner at of the Young Women's Softball League which Is sponsored by grim Health and LUe, ; Councilwoman Mary L. Singleton; J.T. '
the plate as Cleveland downed the Orioles, 20. the Pilgrim Health and Life Insurance Company at Simond Collier, State Supervisor of the company; W.M. Bradby Jr., 66 ivl'En'A". :. .:S111.!! : .. .. .. $3195{
Johnson Park. The picture above shows the broadth of interest and R. V. Daniels Manager of the Kennedy Democrats and A. S' "'hu.t", AUTOMATIC. flCC. WINDOWS. AIM

NAMED GRID CAPTAIN taken by prominent citizens of Jacksonville. Seen are, from Stripling, Manager of the Sugar Town Phillies. Photo By= 63IJUICK WltDeAT ... .. .". . .. $3995
DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (NPI)-Walter Frazier, a 230- left: C. Bryant, Director; Willie Benton, Manager of Boilings BOB SMITH t PA P CT6* MTO r *A RRANT'OtlLY -:' Mlt-fJ. L -Df'tl' Al* CONDITION

pound center from Wauchula, FaL, recently named co-captain 67 MERCURY STA.WAOT9-PASS: .. $2995
with William Player of the 1968-69 Bethune-Cookman llI.J1'.t, All CONOmONID FULLY tOUIPPIO. FACTORY
College Quarternlilers
football team. Frazier made the Southern Intercollegiate Ath Super Oliver Ford Speeds S.U. To VictoryBATON I 67 BuiCK WILDCAT ,. .. $3195

letic Conference All-Conference team last season. Melvin 65 CADILLAC COUPE DEVILLE $2995
Jackson and Johnnie Allen were named co-captains of the Make 400 Meters TopsThe ROUGENP1)A'Ford View was a point behind with ,
Wildcats basketball team. called Oliver burned up 89. Texas Southern had tit Arkansas f WAr' O.TA1\.N.OI. Ale CONplTIONtO IIIC. WINDOWS
emergence of several super-quartermllers this year, the track in the recent South- AM&N 32, Gambling, 66 CADILLAC SEDAN $3295
SUSPENDED together with the continuing brilliance of a number of veteran western Athletic Conference 21, Alcorn, six, and Jackson, .
NORMAN Okla. (NPI) Four Negro track stars were campaigners, makes the 400 meters one of the U.s.'a best events track and field championships two. SEEING IS BELIEVING. IT'S REAL SHARP

suspended from athletic activities at the University of Oklahoma fpr the Olympics at Mexico City this October. to pace Southern University's The 9.3 century ties the best 63 CADILLAC :. ... .$1795
recently for what the athletic director termed their u tact, me quarter mile u be a sltiler. trek to the title In a meet time ever in Louisiana and the
AIA' INDOW{; LWAr
"flippant behavior" a recent state federation meet. The exhibiting an unprecedented Best performances of recent, which was marked by speed 440 relay time of 39.7 Is the tr ..tMgf SF=DI1:: RltL Wlf.r .
64 CIIEV., 'AU l1 StA. WAlt .,'. ..: $129
suspension of Wayne and Glen Long both sprinters and depth, u the latest Top Twenty date In other events have been and more speed. fastest run In the state. The CONDITION
Robert Brown and Grey Graham "had nothing to do with report from the U.S. Track l> Bod Seagrens 17'8 1/4 pole The slender Jaguar who land 880 time of 47.9: Is the best 67 RAMBLER AMERICAN .$1601
race," director J. D. Martin declared.Victorious Field Federation shows. vault; Mark Murro-s 268'7" ed on the team via SUMO, was achieved In Louisiana and one of t-Dtt. HTO. .IN AND POWER ITtftlNO
Twenty-two runners have recorded 'frosh and J. C, record In the the rage of the fans as be ranopen the best times In the South. 67 PLYMOUTH. FURY III V4 .. .. ... $2691.
46.6 or better, led by Javelin; the S3'9 collegiate mark throttle to a one-sided High point man In the meet AUTOMATIC MM POWER ITCH Al. CONO. FACT. WA*
Captain Vila ova'e 19-year old phenom In the triple Jump set by Fintancr. victory In the 200-yard dash was Southern's William Miller, 67 RAMBLER! 770 .$1905!
Larry James at 49.2. In addition PeW Pousl, currently and as a member of the 4lO and with 11 1/2 points on victory 62 GRANt' )P'Rtz'595"59 f"IRtst'ivr G.$19s
I to James, some of the studying at BYU; Gerry Und- one mile relay teams. In the 100, a second In the furlong OVER 100 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM
other new faces are Dave Morton grens 1J.16.4 3-ralle win over Trailing 81-80 going Into the and a leg on the victorious Wf tAKt OTMtM I'U'"
l of 18-year old U. of Texas Oregon rival Arne Kvalheim final event Southern's fleet 220-relay team. Three records C U tAPPIOVED ON IPOTI
flyer whose 4S.S Is a new 1319.2; and the American foursome of Webster Johnson, were set and one tied In the
frosh record; Wayne Collett, cord 39.9 In the 440 relay by Clyde Franklin, Robert Johnson R. S. EVANS
UCLA freshman and also 18, the Santa Clara Valley Youth and Ford dashed to a 1-08.0:
who has a 45.8 to his credit Village anchored by TommieSmltb..lTbt mile relay victory over Prairie meet.g.ARMY
In addition to quick clockings: ( presence of Jamaican View.In .
at 220 and the 440 hurdles; Lennox Miller on tsC' dethroning Texas Southern, 3rd & MAIN

Tennessee's Hardy McAlhaney great 440 relay foursome and upsetting Prairie View, RESERVE
(46.1); Texas AIM froth Cur- Invalidates Us marks as American Southern tallied 90 points In EL 44381 OPEN TIL 9.50: P.M. EL 44382ti5LncKe
t tis Mills (46.1); and Seyon Har- records). Its champlonshlpetfort Prairie
rtll of North Carolina AIT' .r
(46.2).
Seasoned competitors as
Lee Evans tact year's top 440 v ..N .. d kUpZuI t
man, and Vine Matthews, his
closest challenger are also "' II i
showing their stuff. Evans has
a 46.1 (and recently whipped
James I...u anchor leg dual at
the Fresno Relays) and Matthews -
started his season with a
46.2. Throw In Thurman .
Boggess of Texas' Prairie ;
View .AIM ((48.:), the army's
Jim Kemp ((46.2), and premier
Indoor runner Martin McGrady
.1-- (48.4), to name a few, and the
J \ ..f : .. race for the top three spots on
.
".
'!..;.,r.o! .. .1.l\ .':< Uncle Sam's Olympic team will
.- ..'!.' '. WILE !
; ,, .;; r
':.......i,.., Buy U.S.
:
1 't.&t. .. ,h

: Saving Bonds ;
Captain Gwendolyn Baker of the Holly Slim Jima tod her team to s
victory the Women's Softball League sponsored the SimondJohnson
Recreation Park. The Pilgrim Health and Life Insurance' 4T
Company 1s sponsoring the contests between the teams. Carlton Walch lightweight slacks .
B. Bryant is director of the Center. The Jacksonville Recreation -
Department is In general charge. Photo By-BOB SMITH This Clown

.hundreds of !
39-45-64 .. 'em

Aggies Won in SB -. 25 -. 83II ?



1968 And Features 1 1 1 6 go on sale Thursday at




3 Top Batters 9 1 '

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GREENSBORO N.C.-Hard hitting AAT State University was 39-H-21
offlcUUy declared winner of the CIAA (Central Intercollegiate
Athletic Association) baseball championship here last week. Sometimes He's Sometimes
He's Down. He Adds,Subtracts,
The Aggies had completedtheir an.average of .304. He works It all around. 595'Regularly
conference season a week Hubbard Is a senior but has
ago with a 11-5 record, but another year of baseball eligibility 77 21 31COJ.UNG
had to await the outcome ol left for the Aggies. WU- !
A
ralned-out games between other liamson, a native of Lawndale ATTRACTIONS
teams In the conference. oUT N.C., also led the CIAA and
was U-61a overall play. was a leader among the na- 15 91 119MAN'S
Although Maryland State lost tion's small colleges in stolen '

only three games the Hawks bases. DAYSNUMBERED Schwobilt comes roaring into summer with the rip-snortin'at tale' of lightweight .
were not eligible for the champ Williamson stole five bases in
slacks you ever cowl All colors in such wonted blends 01 Dacron polyester and
the Aggies' final against
ionship, because they did not game
play the required conference St. AIJiU5 IIt.. to raise his cotton, Dacron and Avril rayon, and many others in plains, poplins. glen plaids and
.games. The Aggies were followed total to 28 steals in the 16 "Mao's Days are Numbered. checks. Most are permanent-press and they range from size 28 to 48 in regulars shorts
in the final standings by games in which he played. He .Health and Fortune Can Be and longsl) Gel 'em while they're cool-the hottest value in town)
Shaw (9-5)( VlrclnlaState(8-5). was cited in an article in the Yours When You Know You
and Norfolk State and Winston- current Issue of Sports Illus Lucky,Days.
Salem (both 7-5X trated.
The baseball championship Other top batters for oUT '
Steve Parson .%SZ Hillls Lucky Colors etc. Use OurChargt
was the first for the Aggies' were: ;
since 1963. It marks the seventh Haygood .283; Royal Mack, Send $2.00 for your
time A&T has won the confer .250; and George Lima, .236. Horoscope Guide for or /
ence title under coach Mel AITs top pitcher was '
Groomes who has been at oUT Greensboro's Richard Cummings MAY! LayawayPlant C O >! N I l RK M MR ex

12 years. who was 5-0. Fill In the blank below and
Spunky Carl Hubbard of Danville Cummings a freshmen,had an mat to ZODIAC Post Office

Va., finished the season earned run average of 1.5. An- Box 1171, Jacksonville, Fla., .10 N. Laura---- -- '530630Cedar
other top oUT hurler was Wilson -
batter
as the Aggies' top Hills Shopping Center 171.4125
with a .437 average. He was Stallswortb with a record NAME Center 721-1333 s IW.aw sr t.NM
Shopping
Regency Square
followed by speedy Clarence of 4.1. The Aggies ended theseason STREET

Williamson, with an average of .with a team batting DATE OF BIRTH --:
.308 and Lou Camming-with! average of .301. &
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I Ceotrtl Academy's Juolor-Senior prom was a gala affair. The In the first picture two faculty members are In a pensive mood.; school affair they may enjoy as students. In the third picture a, Fred Brooks and Mrs Brooks. Photo by James Hawkins. I
photo scene above relects the pleasantness of this annual affair. In the second picture two graduates are reflecting JM the last Junior dances with a senior. The fourth picture shows principal



PORTABLE TYPEWRITER ISABELLA OF PARIS BARBERS NEEDEDLearn SOLID'C O sfA'Yt.ndlo IIRIIATlUR 4 spee, COTTAGE FOR RENT American Business

Remington Lightweight good That's Mel' have the Amat- fully automatic Intermix stereo American Beach V FOR SALE
condition. Has balance of$34 or ing superior tonic tablets* Deofor'all do. how yon can Earn Your changer with automatic cat off tage and Apts.,;cation for rent.Cot College I Names HeadsThe I
$7 month. 1606 Main toe things you want to W. Jax-Lge lot, bldg business
I
pay per Barber Course Free. and dual sapphire needles t Phone Day, 765-9541 Phone- ;
St., or Phone 3531964. Will Box ,of 30, $1.00. Satisfaction I old. ; t living. 6,500/Ph. 356-5943.
HAIR CUTS 75? months Pay balance of$69.
guaranteed or Money Back.For Night 3542410. Mrs. R. H. Board of Directors and Stockholders of American Business
deliver without obligation. I or $8.50 month. Phone 353-'
CALL OR VISIT per
Men and Women. Oliver. College. Inc.. appointed. a new administration at its recent
'1946, ask for Credit
Manager I Annual Meeting.Mrs. .
10- CHILD
.will deliver, without obligation ( CARE presently working toward his
Trellis
B. who
Murray,
P.O. Box 230, Dept. S.,
A-1 MUSIC CENTER 1606 Main Master's degree in Business
CIRCULATION The Jacksonville RAPID Will keep children in my home. served as assistant director
St Jacksonville, Fla. Education at Indiana University.
Phone 953-8367. has been the
: appointed new
wian to work part time. Able to Gary. Indiana Francis R. Mills, a product dour
TV SERVICE Director and Executive Vice
work all day references.REPORTER Friday. Driver's. Barber College, Inc. FOR liEN AND WOKE I I President. She Is a graduate of local schools Tennessee
Jlcnse Good
State Nashville
: University ,and
ZIG lAB FOR MO Sefvtea Calls, )2Flnaw Dlllard University New
I OF All ,AGES FOR SALE Orleans, where she receiveda a graduate of Florida Memorial
SEWING MACHINE Original ::Jig Available
At 630 Davis Street College St. Augustine,Florida,
degree In Business A4m1n-
makes, Tike New IMPROVED Phone 724-1167
ID Zlg Zags NATURE
Trainee. Must be good Guarantee Motel and Restaurant. beer Istratlon and Economics. Her has been appointed Director of
English. Apply: buttonholes, sews on buttons; 355.9814 TABLETS for that tired run License. At American Beach. educational accomplishments Public Relations. Mr. Mills,
decorative designs Mono down feeling that keeps you from a member of Omega Psi Phi
For Information Call 3545096.
Include
FLORIDA STAR cams, etc. Just pay .balance, ,enjoying life. School teaching In of the Bradford Public Fraternity, Inc., NEA, FEA
System
$40 at $8 per month.Phone 353- 100 Tablets $3.00; ZOO Tablets and DTA Educational Associations -
13TH i MONCRIEFNo 1946 anytime. Will deliver no NOW -2 i 3BA 45.00. $1.00 deposit on COD'.. County College and Her at duties Edward and Waters Is currently an instruc-
employment
obligation. A-4 Sewing MachineCo. EMPIRE PRODUCTS A SALES NOW2 tor In the Duval County Public
Phone Callsl 1606 Main St.r Dept. FS, 5937 N. Broadway In the past have led School System. His business
to higher levels of under-
All BRICK HOMESON Chicago, Illinois 60626
educational experience has been In the-
'wATERFRONT HOMES standing needs and
iCi' capacity of Personnel Associate
employment advantages for
r1 with the Urban Renewal Pro
BRAND NEW NAACP Supports students. '
WALL TO WALLCARPETING Mrs. Murray lea member of gram In Miami.
RICK HOMES LARGE LOTS CONTINUE FROM PAGE 1 the Mt Olive Primitive Baptist Although presently worklng.on
Church and Sigma Gamma Rho the evening staff for a short
rIi CARVER PINES lout disregard by vast numbers |raft'l bIll fear frttta Sorority Inc. while, Mills organized num-
of whites of the plight of Dennis P. Gallon, bead of the erous student actlvites Including -
Al Season lei & Fuel! Co.IMI .
O MONTH a bowling team for the col-
the poor. We challenge every S8S. NrwM4 *.*.. 7M-4III Business Department at Keller
51 ,5ao TO Jl/,500 person of good will without Duels lei I fuel Co.14I. High School, Macclenny, has lege.
: regard to race, creed or colorto ,"s. III-UII been appointed Night Administration -
Join In a determined crusadeto FHAVAVULCAN and Curriculum Sup
VAFHAVULCAN enable all of us to share ill errlsor. Gallon Is a member of CONTINUED FROM PAGE II
the affluent society. Solution to Punte E18 zoo
Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
IH! 3 i 4 bedroom plant with 1, 1 'II.I But wa warn again as weba'redone I I nILI"IR.I ;_S.-AL 1':_
2 both and garage. unceasinglyduringthe long S Ajl
H E NHS
Modem school, churchet end a complete life of the NAACP that the NEW LOCATION oD
shopping center clote by. "American Dream" can never INC. ELMpRIG
III INC. be achieved or enjoyed by any Tangerine's location .358 Kings E S NTIT
I LINCOLN ESTATES among us, no matter what color, Road In Rear of Auburn's Dlnnett.
7E8-3479 'while any of us, white or black, Auto seat covers as low as $19.93. L'm
JII7130 RICHARDSON ROAD PHONE 765-1685 7(8-3479 sir
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decays, deteriorates, sickens, Convertible tops, and furniture up-
starves or dies In the presence bolst.r,. All estimates free R
-, .of plenty. its
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F at w Prices: Go I Up-Sat.-June I 1 1DUE KING'S LAST RECORD SPEECVE BEEN SALEDR. TO THE MOUNTAIN, Mary Mcleod E

TOP II HAD A DREAM. Now On Sale PrlceciAt'S1.U Faculty Ensemble

TO FLORIDA LIQUOR TAX INCREASE


LIQUORS THESE PRICES GOOD ONLY TILL FBI. LATEST HIT RECORDS Plans Faculty Choral ConcertThe Ensemble

/ SWEET INSPlRAnONSHE'S GOOD LOOKING from the Mary McLeod-Bethune

MAY 31st It's smart to shop at Jax.WhiteHorse TRIBUT TO A KING -I GOT THAT FEELINGSHOOBEOOODAOAY Elementary School 33rd and
OPEN THE DOOR ( ( ,Pearce will appear as guest on
.LICKING STICK TAKE TIME: the Ken Knight Television pro-
t- REG. 5.39 ,, TO KNOW HER
REG. THINK gram on Channel 4 at 9.30: ,
r 6.30 u VALLEY OF THE DOLLS DOCK. OF THE..BAYAWT 'Lln..Sunday, June Z.
MLA FALLS : r NO WAY The Ensemble will be featured
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.
OR rKY.Schei BOURBON In several numbers, name-'
.
Kty. Str. Bourbon I6arnt
ly: "Inelammatus"Rossini"
MOOf
0 BALIANTINESCOTCH l = '- soloist, Mrs. June Davis, teacher -
or
1 I IJ Excelsior ChampagneLOUNGE of music; Cherubim Song
r q e No. 7 by Bortnlansky "Beautiful -
Savior", arranged by Chris
3 1R505th tiansen and "Jesu, Joy of Man's
&
95 1 95 RESTAURANT Desiring", by Johann Sebastian
$ 3 ,10 SOTS 14 Bach.
5516 Soutel 1 Drive 765-9255 The public Is Invited to listen.It .
is the desire of the McLeod
Bethune school to present classical

/ $ Butler r NOW OPEN public.presentations The closing calendar to the for

the school follows! ;.Class Day,
ROYAL SCOTCH Talent Program, 9.30, May 31;
OR CONTINUOUS Promotional Program, 9.30

...... ;; I s 1 l ORJ&B rel.iovPSll STEAKSOnSp.d.tty&ENTERTAINMENT a.m., June 4,School auditorium,
ROCKING I CHAIR I [COCKING M I MI". '- LIVE Sixth grade outing u n e 6,
CHAIR BuSrr'REG. SCOTCH PRIME RIBS Thursday. Henry W, Jenkins Is

: 3 II9 BANQUET FACfiJTIESavailable principal.:


QTS Featuring '350 Seating Iriu Capacity li wltk 1[Club 1 ::: ; a

685 n lm Til Stills 61 SillS ,

o henle ig) 1LFallsO. 11'.1 Sinici The Pilgrim Charity and Sav

F.C. CANADIAN rL lit 0 R ,... ti 2 I... IU 12 Km IailjWOMEi5g.tiI logs Lucille Club Collins will meet with Mrs.
41U Leonard
,r, ,lt W SCOTCH.Qts. Court, June 3. at 8 p.m. Mrs.
Ambassado w Lucille Collins
] 01 1MCHB5oRSEAGRAM'S. will be
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IIIPr/dKatek'SUdlkt hostess Mrs Bessie Mae AlIen -
aF Deluxe Scotch j< li BOURBON glF :m Teacher sth: dage is president James Brun-

BOTTLED IN BOND ; vice-president and Mrs.

Q 5thsl4 95 3 all 3 FORA5 95 MAKE.THE MOVE Beatrice DR.Thomas KING reporter.

TO FINER LIVING
SOA.D CONTINUED FROM PAGE 7
Imp i m Scotland ALL NICK attention accorded his dedication
to lawful process."
/ e The LDF Institute brought to-
OR j jrcmn k GIN orETANQUERAY gY 3IEIIIIMSALES ''gether a national array
of specialists in urban problems
W
< Roxal / ".fc/ G otonWt for a series of five roundtable
Usher'sGreen all SALES OFFICE at
\in( the purple sacktf) < discussions.
DIVISION & 2Oth ST. EXP.
[YATOOMCO Stripe UsliEa'1I >ta 1 fbmmal I Gary Mayor Richard Hatcher
< > GIN ONE : 3546746GRAND addressed. the overflow
luncheon on "Three Forces forChange
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,, i vale;.i I PARK ," which was an analysis
of black power advocates,
I1lTw'L
:_-A11N liberals (which included some
I Negro groups), and white radicals.
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