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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 18, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
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Florida star
Uniform Title:
Florida star (Jacksonville, Fla.)
Alternate Title:
Florida star news
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ; 58 cm.
The Florida Star Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Jacksonville Fla
Creation Date:
June 18, 1960
Publication Date:


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


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- .
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
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lccn - sn 83045218
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'Dallas school officials. Negro atom For Stick-Up Killing
?yc and others interested in

desegregating: the 1 local schools; : are On Second
pu zllrg: over a federal judges susjcsuoa I I Willie Young. 25. of 1314 E. into custody at the home of his Stay of SchoolIntegration

26th St. statement admitting grandmother about an hour later.
'! ? for r'.isiI1; the cit>'s pans ,signed a
e af stair-step intend ion of its pubUc be was the man who shot Police said Thomas was linkedto
; the case when officers discovered
schools. The plan had been pal'mted Eugene A. Richardson, 44, during bloodstains which he could SuitDeLand King Trial

a Vie. afier the method that hat & holdtfp of the victim's store at not explain on his trousers and

hc?n cpcratui;: successfully in Nashville 1025 Myrtle Ave., according to shoes.
for several attorneys for the yelusia
-d-' years.! MONTGOMERY Ala.
Homicide Detective Sgts. J. M. -
Federal District Jl'd6e T. Whit. County school board have
Parker and L._A. Hamwey.The asked U.S. District Court here to (ANP A question left
field Davidson gave the Dalian! :
detectives said they also stay an integration suit until an
,School: >> Board 20 days: in which to hanging by the surprise acquittal
other suit-this one brought bv
have recovered two .38 caliber
revTite its plan. Ile then suggested pistols which Young and CalvinW. the board-is settled in state of Rev. Martin Luther

:hat instead! of \L*:1thp Nashville Thomas, 18. a member of the courts. King Jr.. here last week is

.,: !>':m. the city right desegregate holdup trio hid under an aban- The request by board attorneys whether he will have to face

: or _.1 one Nefro scLol and one while doned shack near 12th and Jeffery John Godbee and Warren Hall trial
: f ; !..; \:" ,,. filed ,here today, directed again.
:!' 1l .f'1--1! school :r.d M those parents who son streets shortly after the kill. was
wish to do !50: send their children'o ing. against a suit filed June 3 by 39 King's first trial was on part
children and their parents.The one of a two-count indictment and
th?se "pilot" schools. Then, h* Young and Thomas signed
5I r-IN PRr'TEST CAUCUS --Southern students said,'the' city could let integration statemenls' yesterday after their board petitioned by a involved his state income tax returns -
group of Daytona Beach Negroesin for 1956. The question of
proceed from there. admitted partner, Harold Simon
t-1n leaders crnfer with NAACP April to integrate county what the state will do about char
protest 18. of 3961 University Blvd.
So far is known here it h
schools answered toe petition by ;involving
signed statement implicatingthe ges King's 1953 tax. re-
executives in I yew York C1 ty. 'rc\tr Left are the first time that a federal judge other two and himself, the of filing suit in Circuit Court for a turns hasn't been answered.
,has endorsed the "pepper and salt"plan. ficers said.Homicide. ,4 declaration that the petitionerswere

LAcey Strtter Nrrth Carolina College; Counsel for the Negro plain! kt without legal grounds. They Chicago Lawytrs Comment Oft

tiffs quickly let it be known that Detective Sgts. R. T. have not exhausted the remedies Cast
Kiss; Betty Johnson, Virginia U. Univer Matthew prescribed in the pupil assignment .
they would oppose such a pkn. G. T. Jones
Atty. Chauncey who
NAACP Executive Secretary H.Willdns Simon dictated and signed a law, the board says Eskridfe,
city; In his lengthy discourse. Judge Circuit Judge Thomas Tappy along with Atty. W. Robert Ming
statement admitting his part in
Davidson emphasized the Import. has set a hearing: on the board represented the Atlanta minister
K/wiCP/ the holdup killing of Arnold
and Herbert L. Wright youth sec'y.tor. Eugene
:ance of government by consent Richardson. 44. at his groc suit for Tuesday in DeLand. God. in the trial said in Chicago last

Str- tpr is mpRiient of his 11AAC P rather than by force. He concludedby ery #*- .t 1025 N. Myrtle Ave. Znn.r" : bee.nd Hall contend that the pupil week that a hearing on the see
saying: assignment. law offers "ade and count in the indictment was
college chimer l-iss J"hns n was one ofc4 "Stay in a good humor and do the Richardson was shot after a quate and genuine" procedures originally scheduled for the July
masked trio attempted to hold for parents to follow if they did court
best you can. Consider the welfare term.
stalents arrested in Hichrond for protest his wife. Katheryn. who was not like the
up assignments given
.and predilections of people aid 'We "
your working as attendant at a check- their chlkfcen. can presume. he said,
activities.15D ask the help of man's creator. ing counter shortly after the f-' The lawyers denied the law was 'that the ease will go on as

For moment- everyone sat still grocery closed at 8 p.m. Thurs not "a genuine plan"' for securing scheduled unless we receive wordto

Then Thurgood Marshall, chiefcounsel a segregated system.In the contrary."
The policeman's other victim of the National Association day.When Richardson discovered There was speculation here that

gas Emanuel N. Thomas, 39, a for the Advancement Colored the holdup in progress he slipped that suit. filed in circuit court
Cars Hearses and shot here the day after a petition for since the all white aIl male
barber, who lived at 2252 n. 17th People, grabbed his brief case. around display cases jury
shipped to Simon in the back. One of the integration presented to the acquitted King on the first count.
M. His body was "Let me out of here he almost school board a declaratorv' decree
turned and shot the gro the whole
Florida earlier last week for funeral shouted. "I don't know what he bandits matter might be
chest. 15 sought on grounds the
Circle I Citv I t Hall services and burial. ." cer twice in the Treatment plaintiffs have nix pursued all l legal. dropped.
Seeks Hospital
; However. there has been no of-
Several hours later, the Dallas 1 Simon was picked up by officers :1'tF; avenues under the flat pupil finial a-nouscemfnt here that

School Board adopted a "pepper : after he sought treatmentfor assignment law. would indica: furReacli .
and salt" plan and announced that the back wound at Duval Medical The petitioning group consisting .
> to the rdict when it1
n :
Protest KillingsBroad Vanderbilt H first told officershe of some 32 Negroes and two
it would be filed with Judge Davidson. : was amounr"! !'ait> la st'ee
been shot by an unidentified
Franklin Spafford president of had
persons from the Daytona came quickb |
the Dallas School Board said that motorist. Beach area filed a motion to
St. Traffic the only difference between the Youn was arrested at his home dismiss the Volusia declaratory Shows "Negro fan Get Fair Trial'];
Crisis EndsNASHVILLE. about 1 am. Thomas was taken
stair-step plan and the revised one decree suit and that motion 10 I
Tied Up as Groups Southern papers were quick to
scheduled for hearing before
is the actual way In which the -t __ !' ?
'1!. : :-.3 Circuit Judge Thomas N. Tappy point out that the King verdict was
Plead for Justice Tenn. schools are integrated by individual June %1. proof that a Negro can jet a fair!
Nine Vanderbilt University divini- choice or 0 grade at k time. Honor Paid ; trial in a Dixie court. j
ty school professors last nigbtwithdrew t, The other motion seeks to strike
PhiladelphiaAroused their resignations of from the suit portion.* pertaining Arrest Doesn't

fered in protest against; the uni to teachers principals and sustaining

and furious over the failure versity's refusal to readmit an Court'Rules that assignment personnel,of the personnel statement it Stop La Baker

ousted Negro divinity student. Negro Boy
of City officials to attend the The professors said university Hulan Jack determined, solely upon race and SINGER JOSEPHINE BAKER .

funerals or provide burial expensesfor Chancellor Harne Branscomb had color and of a school portion declaringassignment and her manager have been

three innocent ; two of accepted the withdrawal of the WASHINGTON. June 13 personnel on arrested on
persons the basis of and color
resignations clearing the way for Must Stand Trial A 13-year-old Negro boy fromWa.cross. race ispredicated '"'
h of !
c a r s: e s
the that
on theory
whom shot to death by a
crisis .
the final resolution of the Ga., was honored at bringing stolen
two large civic organizations which has severely shaken the White House ceremonies today Negro teacher Negro principalsand
Albany N. Y. (ANP) The other Negro school personnel"are goods into Canada -
participated in a protest dem- Vanderbilt faculty. for organizing a campaign that
Court of ruled last week .
Appeals inferior to the while
i onstratio 'Saturday in which a funeral Arthur Foster' ore of the professors sent $400.000 in medical suppliesand race. ..r
'procession of more than.150 ,. said the group had contacted that Hulan E. Jack must stand equipment to an African hospital. wThey, were

cars circled City Hall at least a the controversial Negro .Trial on charges of conspiracy Negro Girl Gets y,.. tr freed on bail of

dozen times. The procession was student the Rev. James Lawson and accepting illegal gifts. The lad Is Robert Hill. son: of Diploma at Mixed S1.000 eachWednesday

,_ .. Jr. and issued him "an invitation I The state's highest court unanimously Air Force Staff Sgt. Henry Hill, and
led by a hearse carrying. the bodiesof to complete his examinations> refused to dismiss stationed in Naples. Italy. F Virginia School the veteran Negro

two of the victims. in preparation for the bachelor of afourcount i Robert received from Robert j NORFOLK. Va. entertainer

While the procession circled at. divinity degree at Vanderbilt." indictment against Merriam acting oa behalf of -Patricia .Godbolt. 17, first .. rushed out to

least 50 persons marched around Jack who ha&. suspended him. President Eisenhower the first of Negro graduate from a desegregated JOSEPHINE do her turn at
self as Manhattan Borough a new series of awards for outstanding Virginia high school the Montreal roadhouse where
the hall on carrying placard Thieves
Held After president pending disposition of service to the people-to- received a diploma with honors she is appearing.:.
condemning the killings. -
people program sponsored by the here. Her first show was canceled
The placards bore such slogans Miss Booze in Cafe the case.' President. ::' : J+!;: J r.lOn The 'girl finished at Nor- when she was arrested minutes

as "Stop Police Brutality." and The lawyer who made Jack'srecent Robert read in a book about view High School with an average before she was to go on stage
Will Shoot" appeal John R. Davidson, famed Dr. between B and B-plus.
'Am Cop Have Gun, Albert Schweitzer and at the Faisan Bleu, a club in
The demonstration took place immediately TALLAHASSEE. reported that he was studying his: hospital in French Equatorial Florida A&M Extends She.wore on her cap the gold nearby St. Martin.
June 13-Care-
Africa. He tassel of an honor graduate.
sol permission .
after fcneral services the possibility of challenging the
lessness. -I've been
of thieves who burglar Patricia was one of seven through the
for Louise Jones Ized his Court of Appeals decision in 12..Gen. Richard Lindsay, commander Summer School Entry she
Saturday morning place of business broughtthe of. NATO air forces: Negroes who was admitted to u-ars. said after Leon

35, and her mother, Mrs. Ella arrest of a Negro restaurant I tSft: United States Supreme, Southern Europe, to start a in Norview High In February Jeanotte, the owner of the club.
Louisa Jones, 61 operator here today. Court I ,paign. TALLAHASSEE. June 15 (L 1959 under a federal court bailed her out. "I'm leaving

Miss Jones aDd Emmaauel Wfflias HiD 43, was awakened' People, radio. television and Florida A. & M. University today order. right now to do my second
by this extended until Monday the deadline she had been accepted -
police, morning and told She said Iho".attheclub.-
Thomas, 39. had been shot to dealt N. C A&T Guard To newspapers in Italy and France for at
that thieves bad broken into bas'cafe Play registering for the summer by Smith College Provincial
June Robert base rot behind the youngster. The police said they:
<4< by Patrolman and cession. Northampton. Man., but has
escaped with
tinelli from his patrol money bi cam Griil tep* result was $400,000 in cash and definitely which arrested Miss Baker and her
as he fired from a cigarette vending maJthine. Dr. George Gore Jr.. president not decided
wagon on a crowded North Philadelphia a quantity of cigarettes MONTREAL Harvey Stewart medical Robert'supplies.father aid the extension was made because college she will attend this manager. Stephen Papiefc on
the basis
stood of
street. He later said he was cigars candy and chewing gum. a 193-pound guard who played his him at the ceremonies in some public schools wH falL a private warrant
the taken New York itn-
out by :
aiming at Thomas whom he believed But. police said, the thieve; collegiate! football at North Carolina White House inception room. So not close until Friday. If the presario. The value a and natureof
overlooked several half-pint bot MT College, Greensboro, N.C., deadline was not extended he
was a fleeing guasaa. did Ralph Smith. millionaire Kin-
ties of whisky, hidden under! returned his signed contract to the said many Negro teachers wouldbe the allegedly stolen goodswas
'Thomas sag City, Mo., lumberman who
and topcent -
Hiss Jones were "A condition offoettJ by not announced.
counter.. denied an opportunity to do VISION: 3TKt
Montreal Alouettes for the J9W .
has given Robert
of wrong doing. Hill was arrested on charges! ot a four-year graduate work this summer. .1.i... ... ..,.ci.Uy .fto tkay .&Y' r i
Canadian Football scholarship
League .esiveed
Miss Jones' mother had died of a possessing whisky with intent U cam ehoo aes. any college be I Summer classes started at A. ItW. boon filled Itnr,1 times"-Ocoto. MW Is ..> f. be

heart attack upon hearing of be sell Ins. dry county. paiga. today. wi.b opinion about>> t1. '

.daughter's death. 1 -

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...L fay TIle Florida Star PoblUfclag Co. I $ 1't it itI Speaking before the annual Freedom Fund rally at the

"Member of Associated Negro ftess" close of the year just past, Roy Wilkins, executirc secrV 1
Wo O. flapea. _J_fc&iorC tarp of the National Association for Adrancement of t,

tetea Johncoa -, ,-Vm Slag Colored People, told more than 400 persons gathered'for:
Richardson ,., -Circulation Dpi. I the! event: "Restlesenesa is the best weapon that the:
Negro has in his struggle for full civil rights." I
Go Slow On PromisesNegroes"
MM fttecritf load __ EL 4-1712 EL 4C7S9Bnnca > -t'i' 'should hesitate ..

vlomn, Office: 423 Broad.. St. Pfeon EL 4-3779 ..,... ..-. before committing themselres Wilkins referred to the
1. .. ". qo closing of schools in-
Mallag Addrtut to support any ono political parts
hiD Wilkins of the South and the -
candidate. particularly
P. 0. lot party
611 Jacfcsenvfllft I. Florida "I'
said. The Negro voter should revolting lynching"of
I Mack Charles Parker as
SUBSCRIPTION RATES demand to know where a

Subscription Payable in Advance. \I\ 1 politician stands on issues other Examples of Southern

Send Check affecting the Negro minority, .
or Money Order To: ) II injustice."As .
FLORIDA STAR-P.O. BOX 561 before he pledges his .sup- the rest of the Negro
JACKSONVILLE 1, FLORIDA port. citizens look forward :to the
+ 1960 Presidential election
For too long
'' : he explained year, they are in no mood to
the Negro has give comfort to. a system
RESPONSIBILITIES which children of
INCREASING I voted without cheats
demanding a education, robs parents of
fair for employment and other
GUARANTEES DIGNITY I 1 r Y economic and
Ii fi' fT; Nfr his vote. "We opportunity
I. need to be which murders their bro-
:;- (seen) uncertain thers," he warned."I .
OF BLACK AMERICANS .. ... { s ... .1: :' ," he de don't see how a man
;t 1? fS : ... like Lyndon Johnson ( Senate
gbr ; %; : i V. .. ., clared. "Ue. need to be majority leader who is from
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restless. With the 1960
WHENEVER[1 we regard dignity as a quality which we .... :. Texas) could win support of
would dearly care to have, we are simply engaging m ," .,-'._.. .., ":. elections approaching, pol- Negroes because he is a part
wistful and fruitless contemplation unless we first recognize \ iticans ought to be left in : of the system which makes

a sense of responsibility as the quality we absolutelymust t'. .. 4,t I. I doubt as to where the Negro possible such injustices, he
have or develope if dignity is ever to be acquired.The I vote is going, he said. When said. '

total'posture of a man, a race, a nation or even an the politician knows you're "We do not cheer for

entire civilization is manifested in that sum of dignity -THE. .STAKES- .- ARE- -. HIGH... .THE' .SPECTATORS.- --:-' .. ARE- THE- WORLD- .... restless, he will start trying instance, the delay in
which is itself the finest product of responsibleness.In to find ways to still your enacting a stronger civil

the United States particularly in the South where restlessness- ., he indicated.He rights in the Congress,"
racial intolerance is slowly but steadily losing its baneful said that a great faultwith he said "It is true that a
influence over the white mind, the black man has become the Negro is that he bill, the first in 82 years,
the benefactor of an increasing sense of responsibility. He Your Weekly spends .too much time being was enacted in 1957. It was
has learned that liberty without a sense of responsibilitywill thankful for how far he has to cover, primarily, the pro
eventually destroy a man or a people, for liberty is come without consideringhow tection of the voting rights
the essence of freedom. Horoscope GuMeBy much further he has to of citizens.But .
The black.man's quest for total civil liberties, therefore, he said, "we remember -
is a legitimate one. In demanding the right to fully parti- PABLO The ASTROLOGER go.Rough on Demos that Alabama. Georgiaand
cipate in and enjoy the benefits of our society, he is not Wilkins was critical of Louisiana all defied the

seeking to emulate the white man but, rather, is deter- WHICH ARE YOUR LUCK' DAYS hQ* both parties for their failureto U.S. Civil Rights commission -
minedly demonstrating a natural consequence of maturityand advance the cause of the which, under the

social evolution, both in the personal and racial sense. BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Negro, but he was particularly new law, was empowered to
Indeed his contributions the American Wayof _
numerous to critical of the Democratic examine the denial of voting
Life entitles him to share in all of its benefits, even as party'which has had the support rights on the basis of race
he is called upon to equally endure the hurts and dangersof 1 of a majority of Negroesfor and color.
its defense. ARIES LEO I The rewards of patience, nearly three decades.He He outlined three objectives -
The black man has long accepted the responsibilities of Born March 21 to April 19 Born July 23 to .August 23 persistent effort and faith in was particularly scorn- toward which
citizenship. But it i$ only since he has been expressingthose You often are tempted to You have the blessing of a your destined place in the ful of the fact that in many Negroes should work:
responsibilities in orbits wider than home and com- become more daring when you fine sextile aspect ,between world may be harvested on parts of the Democratically- "The federal government
munity that he has begun to truly sever the fetters of racial have sufficient resoures to Saturn and Neptune IGtfi- the 16th-17th. The younger controlled South the Negro is must be made to realize thatit

in ustIce. juggle around, but this may 17th) to obtain or give super- generation may be more interested denied the right to vote. must back up the Supremecourt
Realizing that maximum political representation is a vi- [not be uite as good an ideaas lative service, to augment in taking up careers The much-heralded "lib- on its school desegregation -
tal organ to a free people, he has developed a political in tangible assets and to that'combine
more your
it appears your ; mystery as, well eralism" of the Democratic decisions," he
voice which has both decisive resonance and range. He has optimistic moments. When create a more inspiring home as adventure and they should is off-set by the
as well swung his gaze from the heavens arid "de lawd" :you make use of your impulses atsmosphere to be shared by not deny their fellings or impulsions Southern party Democrats' denialof said.
and is now viewing America in relation to himself ,and to create or promote yourself and those who depend to give a good account rights to Negroes in the "The attorney general
his future generations. He now sees the nation in termsof high ideals you can learn the on you. You are the,one i ito of themselves. South, he declared. And he must be given authority to
permanence, participation and possession rather than in full meaning of bliss or the point the magic wand particularly 1-20-88-15-98-128 warned the Democratic intervene in all civil rights
terms of precarious privilege. significiance of human existence if you are being un- violations; not just those
Actually, the constellation of family,, home, church and (19th-20th). Those who obtrusively backed by a fond that it can no longer con- involving voting. And we
community is the warp and woof of this nation.. And, since enjoy the blessings of father- i and persuasive mate or part- CAPRICORNBorn tinue to expect the support must have definite promisesin
his liberation, the. black man has taken pride in these I hood are justifiably remem- ner (19th-20th). Joy given or Dec. 22 to Jan. 19 I of the Negro people when it the platforms of both
things and in the responsibilities they entaiL He has as bered. received oil the 21st has a A wisji that comes true "winks its eve at the dis- parties in the 1060 election."
well acquired a notable dignity recognized by all men ex- 5-20-11-14-74-521 special quality. could be the significance of franchisement of the southern he concluded.To which
cept that strange and stubborn foe of Negro freedom 4-50-55-16-39-451 the; fine sextile aspect be- Negro." this humble writer adds:
known as the bigot tween your ruling planet Saturn Wilkins hit hard at the Amen, brother, Amen.
What a tragic nuisance. TAURUS VIRGO. and Neptune on the 16th- fact.that Negroes are denied

Born April 20 to May 20 !; Born Aug. 24 to Sept. 23 17th. A friend made during the vote in too many placesin
The events of the 16th-17th If you need a push from this particular sponsorship the South Out of 947,000
offer excellent opportunity, above, the sextile between should have a lasting and inspiring Negroes 21 years of age and
perhaps an in disguise, to get on Saturn- and Neptune (16th- influence- on the de- over in Mississippi, he said, IS YOUR
the bandwagon of success, 17th) may be just what you velopment of your ideas and only about 8,000 were registered -
new philosophical concepts or need. This indicates the com- personality. Meanwhile the for the last ele- S NAME
stable of life. Con- munion of hearts and soulsor drain on your bank account ction.
more way
a the type of marriages that or resourses could. still be As one pi the evils which
HOW:! TO MAKE A LOT OF MONEY: the tinue 20th to when exercise you caution are being on are termed "made in heaven". pretty serious and you should : go along with such a system, IN THE

stimulated by uncontrollable Keep a close check on your take steps to plug it up. Thisis he pointed out that "lynching -
and subject to emotional cash, possessions and phycical a problem you will have to can happen and public BOOK?
urges well-being on the" 20th. face squarely by the time the officials can issue cynicaland
OVERCHARGE THE TAXPAYER upsets.3-90-22-13-27-392. There may be some dangers 20th arrives. ridiculous statements ina

inherent in unconventional at- 80-80-22-14-24-812 state where 46 per cent
s tractions, speculative ven- of the population has no vote j ,
tures and future commit AGUARIUS in government. Negro citi- I IJ
'. Now comes the news that companies doing business v GEMINI 19 ments. Born Jan. 20 to Feb. 18 zens are helpless and de J
Born 21 to June
the Pentagon have made almost three quarters of a bill You no May doubt have become 2-40-33-12-85-243' The opportunity sextile as- fenseless. Mississippi and /
dollars in excess profits in the last five years. TheGove i increasingly aware of the pect between Saturn and Neptune similar states make con-
ment's Renegotiation Board reports that since the 1 to bear LIBRA should encourage you to stant war upon them and
fiscal yesui it has ruled companies must refund a total when power you can financially bring in- Born Sept. 24 to Oct. 23 eliminate the negative factorsin their children, politically,
$723,055,054 in excess profits through June 30, 1958. dependent you and are the proud Be ready to acquire prop- your life and to adopt a economically and personally -
This means that the ,American taxpayer has been.o\ "of an excellent credit erty or a house if the price is new philosophy that will be ," he declared.
charged an average of more than $144 million a year rating. The efforts you have right and you see possibilitiesfor at once workable and benefi-
that the pockets of Big Business can be lined with gold exerted in the past to achieve extensive improvements.You cial, to others as well as your-
In the year ending last June 30, the board found,defej this commendable objective are being aided by a fine self (16th-17th). Eligible
I .' who have
which Aquarians not been
I contractors made excessive profits off of Uncle Sam should be crowned with Saturn-Neptune aspect
points to.bargains in old hab- swept off their feet in the
more than $112 million. That's not bad for a bunch of n success and put you in line i
itations lands that wake of an impetuous romance -
or may
who claim to hate "excessive
government. for a more important and responsible -
contain money making poten- heretofore, may have their
role in life (16th).
tialities (16th-17th). Surprising turn under even more unusual
7-50-77-18-62-757. developments which may and dynamic circumstances on
I affect friends as well as your- the 20th. Life is intended to

CANCER self may be expected on the be exciting. 1

Born June 20 to July 22 19th20th. 5-10-44-19-32-514. .
'ind the It may seem to be a simple : 9-70-66-17-56-976 '
strength PISCES
matter to obtain all the cash 4 .
Born Feb. 18 to March 20 v
want since so
you ,, you ; f i
many favorable aspects on Born Oct. 24 to Nov. 22 The fine sextile between I ii i it
lor life. your ,side. It is not good to live in the Saturn and your ruling planet, iI I
your .
Watch yourself in this respect past when nothing emerges Neptune, on the 16th 17th
on the 19th-20th, when from it but regret and out- supplies the evidence that nothing <<
, inpredictable moods and cir- dated views or customs. When replaces experience and
n1ct-L7 I :umstances seem to direct you have profited from your lond acquaintanceship when !
their attention toward your lessons and experiences you i you are in need of information ;
: UI funds or valuables. Betrothals extract the makings of a bril- and guidance. Your own in- It Ic

;,'.. or .unions that take place on liant and opulent future. Dd I tuition will not let you downif
N 4 .....
-110 : e he: 16th-17th have the stamp not ignore the possibility of you have given it leeway
.C'% ( I of permanency and future increased competition and and encouragement in the {
.. 'stability applied by the fine personal animosities as thisis days gone by. Make sure you
I Ir Saturn Neptune sextile aspect one of the prices of success. are not speaking out of turnor
*' I Note the 21st on your O-77-19-27-887 getting involved in neigh-I
: ,i (srx calendar if there is father to borhood disputes or scandals : KEN KNIGHT

;'f: be remembered. SAGITTARIUS on the' 20th.

:t ter. ,2-60-S3-15-97-263 Born Nov. 28 to Dec 21 6-80-29-17-48-689 larttM You To Ltaaa :Jo -

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'':!, i Saturday, June 18, 1960 THE FLORIDA ST/ '

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I I lit ? ? District 25

f y L.1t Women SetObservance

: S ociaIY.TI .itt>1 WillObserve

1I: ; Anniversary ,
i "' a : : -:i& ;-' On June 2 6
r R 4 r.P District 23 of Zion BOPe.B&pUst
Church will observe iu seventh

f I II SpeakingTHE \I The women of Asbury Methodist anniversary Sunday it 3 pjn. in
Church the Rev. I. McPher- the auditorium of the church. I
]son. pastor have completed plans The Rev. Grant Lee pastor
I : I for 'the observance of the annual of ML Lffla Baptist Church will
i h ': Women Day which win tenni-. deliver the. anniversary sermon.

CARNATION GARDEN CIRCLE will sponsor its ANNIVERSARY at nat June 26. Soar service will be furnished by
---- TEA Sunday at 4 pjn.. at the YWCA. Appearingon t Officers for the day are: Miss Choir 3 of Mt. Calvary Baptist
; program will be Mrs. Eva Satterwhite. Mrs. Wardell 5-- Grace Bailey, acting pastor; Mrs. Church.
d Matthews Mrs. Alice Johnson. Mrs. Thelma Speigner. Miss Annie Lou Wilson chairman:
,, Janice Westley.; Mrs. F. Ernestine Holzendorf. Mrs. Ruth Me- i Mrs. Thomasina Williams cochairman I
J Milton. Mrs.Ethel Bracey. Mrs. Eunice Cooker. ''Mrs Etta -f.--- : : Mrs. Loraine Daniels H

;a.4 Brooks Mrs.Rosalee Shannon Roger Glover and the Grant :::f; I secretary: Mrs. Irene Ward. Mrs. II I I
Memorial Trio. I Thomasina Williams Mrs., Lassie r
Ltabric Mildred Williams. program
':. THE BEL AIRES SOCIAL CLUB win sponsor its annual { : committee.
SUMMER TEA Sunday from 4 to 6 pffl.. in, the home of MR. w .i : Mrs. Esther Chapman. Ira.
AND MRS. CLINTON GRAHAM. 1560 W. 14th St. A program Barbara Holland Mrs. Matilda f'
will be presented. Mrs. Meltonia L. Vaughan win preside at PRESIDENT AND HOSTThe Singleton music committee; Mrs. ,}
1 i the piano. Edith Walker, Mrs. Rose L.JaCk-
\r Rev. C. L. Culver UefU. Kings Road, at Cleveland. The !. son. Mrs. Uustina: Palmer. deco. '
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.J 1 1 AUXILIARY BOARD" OF- GRANT "MEMORIAL AME president of the Independent Rev. 0. A. Burns (right is i' rations: Mrs Wilhelmina Dumas !
: Benevolent Assn.. of America : Mrs.
: CHURCH will present its annual FATHER'S'DAY TEA Sunday Inc., will preside thejanmial. host lo the sessions and will give I' Hattie McCormick Mrs.
j from 4 to in the home of MR. AND I' Taylor sponsors and ads.
6 pm.. MRS. B. J. sessions. scheduled June 15-17 inSimpson'Methodlst the address for the Wednesdaynight Mrs. Hallie Singleton. Mrs.
BOSWELL. 2611 Myrtle Ave. The Rev. Lloyd Richie, pastor I j I'E\"I1ina
i Church
.of New Hope AME Church will be the principal speaker. I program. ii' Morrison. Mrs. Cora L.
4( A tfp of the Pep,' Cop Wilson, finance committee; Mrs.,}
to these outstanding young I THE MALE CHORUS OF ST. PAUL AME CHURCH win 5't t Annie M. Harris. Mrs. Alberta |
.: 'Americans, who mako our Youth GroupWill Observance ; Hicks Mrs Margaret Williams '
sponsor its annual FATHER'S DAY TEA Sunday in the church (
Country a bettor and place our in community which to basement from 4 to 6 p.m. A program is being planned. .I I I ushers.also chosen.Ten group captains were f

.* live. ; -- ,

it sponsor a FATHER'S DAY FRAPPE in the educational buildingat I I THE BEL AIRES SOCIAL AND L
* 3 pjn. Leading talents of the city will appear.. SAVINGS CLUB will sponsor its

I Its Program : : In St. Paul Summer Tea June 19 from 4 to PUBLIC RELATIONS DIRECTOR

't; OFFICERS AND MEMBERS OF THE MARECHAL NEIL 6 pjn.. in the home of Mr. and I Mrs. J. E:. Davis of this rit? hu
: Mrs. Clinton Graham 1560 W. been named tU Director
are inviting with them theirsummer
/4 iC go on A Fathers Day program win The Masonic Family will observe 14th St. Relations iu the Jacksonville: area.
outing to Jekyll Island, June 23. Tickets are in the be presented by the Sunday School St. Johns Day June 26 in ;, Bv the management of the Del
: bands of members. Bus will be -as oftm Motor Motel and Dolphin
stops follows: Myrtle Ave., .
Junior Department of Second Baptist St. Paul AME Church. beginning. AUXILIARY BOARD 2 OF'CiRA."T ; Club of Jekrtl Island, Ga.
and 21st St., at 8:15 a.m.; Myrtle Ave. and'8th' St.. at 8:30
I iC Church Sunday at 7 'p.m. 2:30: p.m. MEMORIAL AME Jekyll Island is located 80
a.m.; Davis and Arch Sts.. at 8:45: a.m.; and Goltalr and miles north of Jacksonville on
The program: Selection the The Rev. J. C. Sams pastor CHURCH will
sponsor its annual
Route .
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iC Davis near Brunswick. G*
Sts., at 9
a.m. Children's Choir: welcome in of Second Baptist Church. win be FATHER'S DAY TEA June 19. .I It u America's finest \'ur.rouncs
; I Ir music. Barbara Ann Han:, scrip I the speaker for the occasion and from 4 to 6 p.m., in the home of resort. The Motet consuls of 50
MEMBERS OF THE GLADIOLA LADIES CLUB are making- ture. Earl, Brown prayer Ken the Rev. R. J. Elaine pastor of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Boswell.' 2611 I units furnished with rooms modern air-conditionm luxuriously.
plans for their annual trip to Jekyll Island Sunday. June 19th' neth Brown; selectionchoir: play. 'the host church will serve as I' Myrtle Ate.DISTRICT. telephones, wall to wall carpeting.?
Tickets are in the hands ,of ,members* 'Buses, will stop at- let, "The Demand of pad/*; .master of ceremonies. Choir 3 will *o comfortable vou will ceierwant
Baker Ave., and Beaver. 12th and Myrtle and Florida Ave.. selection choir. 'serve. and the Frazier' Sisters cf concrete to leave.boardwalk.There: la The I,vim mil
and Union at 8 a.m.: Kings Road and Tyler. Ionia and Union "For Father" group recitation: will be guest singers. f fji silver sands of Jekyll are wished
f ; at 8:15: a.m.; and. Kings Road and Myrtle and 8th 'and' Davisat ] reading, Cynthia HaJ1"TheKey.; Deputy Attrus Fleming has f.,; BAPTIST CHURCH 150F will SECOND Ocean bv the blue to make atm this of the vacation Atlantic
I 8:30 a.m. Walter Lee Bryant: selection i:! called an Masons Deputy A. M. t BIBLE VERSE sponsora paradise There Is fishins! too fop
I FRANCINA ADAMS : -- choir: remarks the' Rev. 5': Frazier. and all Heroines of Jertf -I in TEA June 26. those who like to fish and ipacois _
Matthew W. Gilbert HONORED WITH DINNERMISS J. L. Hall assistant pastor of the i jjcho.!f Eastern Star Deputy A. 5: home of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel and msht.picnic grounds for use dir
Jackson. 1237
Francine 1 Hart St.. from
t is in the 11th _
i church. Thomas. Heroine Crusaders and For Rfjervj>tinn CV'!
grade class. She is a mem ADRIENNE THEODOSIA HARTLEY'was hon red with an Mrs. Elizabeth Chester is chair. I(juveniles to assemble at the' 4 to B p.m. Mrs. Ola Jackson a Mrs J r Day t! aEL 4.6n7
I ber of the N.H.A.; Young elaborate birthday graduation dinner Saturday'evening, given :W:.. man, of arrangements. I1 t church at 2 p.m...,in uniform., chairman of the program. or EL 4-3817
,: Women Council, and to* I Thomas Moore in the home' of the honoree's''aunts. Mrs. Margaret I
tends St. Joseph Church. Hughes Brown and Mrs. Bessie' Hughes Spears. Miss Hartley is a C I
She is wondering what June graduate of Florida A and,M University,having graduated With -."
wilt her. the 'New Year bring great distinction from the college of Arts and:Sciences. While at. ? f ... xe 4 -
i' tending Florida A and M she was active in i I many 'orjanfi ti ns. _.
President of the Beta Alpha Chapter of Delta.,.Sigma Theta Sorority Genie it-and he
j % Inc.; member of Alpha Kappa Mu, Beta Kappa Ch :Kappa Delta Pi says can'prove it! :

1 &&&&**& Honor Societies: YWCA. Mathematics Club. Baptist Students Union, ..
"'. ._ v* *** .'AMM I Pan-Hellenlc Council. Student Congress and Women's Cortgress.. She i.:. -- (
I rrf is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hartley and'sister bf'Jannette *, a ?
K I Marie Hartley. Those attending the dinner 'were: Thomas :Moore. '&) ,
: K Miss Jannette Marie Hartley. Charles Edwards. Miss Yvonna,Robinson ,
Gerald Flowers Mr. and Mrs. Leroy.Brown, Miss MarianjHicks. l a
f K Robert 'Flowers Mrs. Delphinia M. Brinson and, Charles Ash. The
I K honoree received many lovely gifts. '
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MRS. FRANCES JONES of Waahingonb.C.; was the house'
* t \ Buest of MR. AND MRS:: 'JOHN J.; CARTER,:Of, U30i>4 W.;:
27th St.. last week.. Thin wasMrs. Jones'- nt.5"Vislt\.t.o'tFlor1da: ?,
t and she was showered witn, Southern hospitality:"!Several;dinner: I
Ie 1 l parties were given in her honor and 'Mrs.;\William Call-',Sr..*
.I I Cc Cc of 1707 Powhatten St.. entertained.! Before: leaving: Mr$'. Jones<
-\ I t; accompanied by her host and hostess and other friends'motored,
to St. Augustine on a sightseeing tour* ., ,
.t VERDELL STEWART 'i *". ---'*
Matthew W. Gilbert MRS. TOMMIE MAE WILLIAMS daughter of Mr, and Mrs Tom '
Pepsi Cola Dealers and : aft:
: "Pepsi Cola Bottling Com A Jones of 1934 W., 6th St.. left the city. Sunday;morning to join, her: .
pony are proud to salute husband. AIRMAN RICHARD WILLIAMS JR stationed.: at Wichita

': K Verdell of the 11th ,grade I I Falls, Tex. *> .
w V class. She is a member of V
many organizations and MRS. W. MOGAN of 1681 W. 10th St., has returned home, from
t" tc plans to become an educa the hospital after having surgery. She is a member: of the House of
c tor. We wish you a pro- ,: God. Friends,are asked to visit her. :'4 -.

,: ;z.y..y..y.: 1 t MRS. RUBY MAE JONES CRAWFORD/i ormerIy of'this Cty.but
now living in New York Sty, is here ttf accompany'the body other
,; .. 'I brother.James Jones, to New York" The family, may' be ,fcdntacted:

.. aael.t at 256 W, 143rd St., New York City. < : t : ,.

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i GILBERT F. HART of 1928.,Louis na'St. -si :y:rela I 4

lives in WUliamsbur, Va. ">:,; : 4R. yN 1! ::r. .
# .. 4, #. p4'y
I MRS. WILLIE MAE HARIV recently returned from- Los k'

1.. Angeles. Calif., where she attended 'the':feneral Conference. ; of ..
t: '# .
the AME church. Mrs. Hart is a'memberof Grant MemarralAME -
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i :;J GAIN FREEMAN aref visiting''rtlatives '-in- New York .and '
1\ j Connecticut. 'A
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worship at the Mt. Calvary Baptist Church during,the morning: 41-'st'' .
FRANCINA ADAMS worship. 7 '-iX-'. ,
Matthew W.' Gilbert JUNE 28. TUESDAY' MORNING 'CLUB'.to'sponsor': beach # + 4iJl1l
Tribute is paid to Lindell party at Little Talbot Island. -'-' :
: of the junior class. She i.I is JULY 2. WIVES SUPPER PARTY .tTony.s-: NightClub:
a member, of the N.H.A.. '
at Mayport. -J.: %
I Y.W.C.A.. Honor Society, ::JULYIs. KIDDIES PARTY sponsored by Y-Wives. ,
e.id a member of
el. She enjoy her JULY 25. BAKE 'SALE sponsored by''Y-Wives. rP
selected hobbies. Happy JULY 30-31 BUSINESS, AND PROFESSIONAL weekendbeach
I New Year to all my class party.Her .t f nS

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t f. : .. .. s ?!3THAHAUr) ..OH"NO dread.it because natural gas cooking:

:!4: :It Listen to Pepsi : :the drudgery's gone! 'Completely 'automatic -

Music-Quest Friday __- : DREADNO; 'DRUDGERY --- =just set the-controls and return-when--

Nits6lO:30tollOtfFor *u it's time'to-'eat Y6u-'can'cook'at exactly the

;: Phone Requests 'de gI:ee of :heat ou' desire JQr. :perfect fesults. -
.EL 6-O4612 S COOKINGISA -PLEASUREot .And think 'of the:; money.you: save--

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it's the most economical to cook! So
"'.. 'tr 10 .nota way ,
'** 4! om edt teem ott stdi ..it talk to your natural, gas appliance dealeror

-* V WI the .friendly folks at natural
f :buq ,1.; a r GAS'. :your ,gas

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WASHINGTON (ANPJ A labor dude FrttdmtiTi
:In' Tennessee County representing .
1 .r: hospital employes told e House subcommittee Us week a majority of 'I

s. MEiiPHIS ANP) NAACP leaden hit unions members would quit the hospital rather than bo transferred

here last week announced the ti to the Howard university payroll. I
I filing of a civil rights complaint A House Education and Labor subcommittee Is considering Itqiitatlon 1

J over alleged irregularities in voter i to build a new 350-btd Freidmen't Ho'pit.I'.ncf turn It over to i
x i1 # ,,registration in adjoining Haywood j Howard jurisdiction This is intended to strengthen Howard's Medical

t ,County, Terra jt School.

The complaint charged "slow t. Freedmen's Hospital Is owned by the Department of Haalth. Education

down" tactics and said "Negroeswho > t I II It l 1 and Welfare. Howard. white federally aided Is organized at
a private ,
entered the courthouse at' f# S '
Brownsville to register did so at
I"! risk of intimidation and potential ',- I HINT SHORTAGE OP $],000 IN UNION FUNDS AS
I .- HOUSTON. Texas (ANN-A union official I believed to ba $3,000
The complaint said less than 10
short In his accounts was found dud under mysterious circumstances
Negroes were the 68
F. -among per
In a church here last week.
sons registered May 19 at Browns
Ha WAS Lewis Clayton Powell, 4$. whoso body was found In St.
ville although 80 to 200
J Luke Baptist Church clad In only his underwear and black socks by
t stood to 'line trying to register.' .\,', :: Mrs. Ruby Scott who went to ".ir'. the church because e matting

.: Haywood county recently held t.:$-" : .. y.CADET was scheduled for that night.
Us first voter registration periodin < Powell was an employee of the Uvatda Rock and Asphalt company.

nearly two )-ears. In the six. t-N" He was also a member of International Chemical Workers Union Local
day period. 141 Negroes and.a 495 and financial secretary. Union headquarters are In Akron Ohio.
hiles signed up to vote. Pre- I Todd Spivey police said told them ha understood the dacaasad

'viously there had been no Negroes IRA DORSEY I was short of mora than $3,000 In union funds and top officials were
Ito vote m Haywood county since checking his books
I.I Reconstruction days. WEST POINT, N.Y. (AM- j f

--... Cadet Ira Dorsey, 23, son of Mr.
.i Ike Signs Bill For and'Mrs. Ivory Dorsey, St. Louis, jj ANNOUNCING

Bethune MemorialWASHINGTON Bio., was graduated June I from BOLDEN'S

the U.s. Military Academy at
-'- Percy LaBohne, a seven D.C. (ANP) -' West Point, N.Y.
I The nation's capital moved a littler Cadet Dorsey win be commissioned Summer Music School
closer to getting its first Negro i a second lieutenant in Ar I -

year vet ran-in' Philco Corporation's Industrial relations department !I statue last week when President tillery and received a bachelor of Enroll Today

'. ,Eisenhower signed into law a bill I science degree. At West Point be I ".* Muste Band-Th ry-Vetee-Cwitoi-Aec.rdloiv-brd Students
Education School 1-1 tor
authorizing the National Council of D.port.ent-aeulor Summer
v was active in the German languaJe f WIM Need Specie Help in Reedim.- i,flll* -AntfcmetK
is shown above being congratulated on his appointment to .Negro Women to erect a memorial \ club and the dance orches I LeO,. to Operate Your Own KlncI"orte.-NllUMry School
its the late Dr. Hospital AMes Court*-Fa* Werk In HOlpitol.-Nursi. Hornet.
honoring founder
tra.,He was also a member of the toMen' Summer ...,ho... for Children Aget 3-t
,& Mary Jlrl-eod Bethune. Mule, Piano Story telline. Bible stories Games Sup< relations Robert M. Jones, director. The memorial project was startedin staff of KDET, the academy'sradio I Play Art
the public department by j' station.Appointed Pick U) Semc.-.u Day Cars-Rhythm Bent
1958. Dorothy L Height council All Teachers Certificated By Stele Department of Education.
president, announced plans calling I, to the Academy by BOLDEN'S COLLEGE OF MUSIC

Shown with Mr. LaBohne and Mr. Jones is P. Bernard Fleming, for the memorial I to bi unveiled! inl Representative Leonor" Sullivan \ Office: 2922 Pearca St. EL 4-0006
1&63 to coincide with the* loath anniversary (D-Mo.: >. Dorspy was a cadet sere
I Music Hall: 1816 W. 20th St. EL 5.9722
of Negro Emancipation.; grant during his senior year.

assistant director. Mr. LaBohne, who had been assigned to -

Philco's Sandusky, Ohio,: industrial relations staff, will handle [r-t' N. RATHBLOTT I

the Negro press and Negro community for Philco, and he will I. ._* WELL-KNOWN PHILADELPHIAN ,


make his headquarters in Philadelphia. Keeps Pledge to leaders lo Extend Reduced Prices for

'. '.<, -._... __.... ._........... ... ... I ALBERT
-- LOtS
; Building & 5-Acre FARM Plots :
i'j Cr.Nul": ';: .J' -:::" : Outings Planned ; YPDMeet I N. RATHBLOTT

:cic' :' In
-, ........nc. ..."--..-.,.... Pride of Sunshine Chapter'170, President and Treasurer of The Rotheblott the Nationally Known Development, Mizpan N. J. Half-way

':,> ",;; ,':':;c :: :-: : Order of Eastern Star win sponsor To Be Held Enterprises only man of kit roc between Philadelphia and Atlantic Cry: and between three nationally

icPC; 157L.
: an outing to Jekyll Island honored with lift membership to the

w --. ": $ie f.r :h, (Vi" June 25. The bus win stop at,23rd National Baptist Convention of 4merl- known highways: namely Harding Highway, Black Horse Pike and
and Moncrief at 8:30 a.m.: 21st : Saturday lie. Mr. lathblett also accorded '
ca was White
Horse Pike.
jr. :. :. .....:.. and Myrtle at 9 a.m. and at i IB
membership many itato coivtntlons. -
Union and Florida avenue at To mention o few: he POBBO.Bapt. ........................... Thousands of Our Purchasers Located Throughout the
9:30 a.m.. and Third and Florida Mrs. W. E, A. Harris YPD di
Royal CrownBottling avenue. The final meeting: win be rector. East Florida Conference, Stat. Convention New York. : U. S. Will Be Pleased to Hear of the Following Report:

held Thursday at the Masonic Branch Missionary Society. AME Georglc and Florida. Mr. Ratnblott Large Industries Moving Their Plants to South Jersey.
Temple. Church, has called the YPD Executive was Invited and presented to congregations
Company Which Is In the of Our
I I I Council to meet Saturday of the largest churches In .: Vicinity Developments.
at 4 in the home of the
1235 San Marco Blvd. Christian Aid Society S of p.m these United States noraely: Olivet Two;
[ DaySpring Rev. and Mrs. F. D. Richardson MIZPAH Is approximately. 10 to 20 minutes drive to It large f.dmrrici.
Baptist Church will sponsor I Sr.. 1169 Hart-5t.. with Miss Betty Baptist Church Chicago. III.: Vermont '' oddlrioial Millie Dollar MaaMfacmrfag Floats co"'pl..d'ot ..ear. An oddltloiol >
Ft an outing to Jekyn Island l Richardson tat vice president,.as Avenue Baptist! Church Washington C : 0.. Hundred Mlllioi Dollar Government protect It now U progress aida
t 9-4488 July 4. The bus Will leave 13th I largo umber of people are already employed and many more will bo am
4 street and Myrtle avenue at 8 hostess.All D. CM end the Metropolitan Baptist ployed after completion of prefect. A largo air Use terminal .Is only 1S mla
am.: 12th and Davis at 8:20 ajn.: branch officers district directors Church of Washington. : cites. drive from some of our property. Thousands of homes ore being built
FLORIDA STARIN of the North. South. East !. tie South to take of the Influx of from cities
KIngs road and Davis at 8:30 p.m. : Ht::\'. L. A. PLNKSTON : Jersey area care people large
and the last stop will be at DaySpring and West Jacksonville Districts, : \k at 9:13 a.m. supervisors, YFD. in the local tl ul BaptUt LvnvtoUanef According to the newspapers published on April 7 of this year as 10mlliioi -
EVERY 1 J\ churches, and special supervisors The following largest religiousand : Auirlf. lot. tad p* : dollar development which will Include an industrial perk shopping
ef Tra ckn Kcit lUp-
!I I and sponsors of YPD activities fraternal organizations endorsed : tor cried thurrb. AtUnU, Us. ; teeter Gael thousands of homes, will be started before long and which Is
The Cradlelite Social SavingClub !I-' about six miles from our developments.'*
have been asked to attend
COLORED HOM Rathblolt and his Development
will sponsor an outing tor
American Beach Saturday. The I and secured plots of f Leaders from East and West Meet

bus will leave Union and Florida ground: At Mr Rathblott's Office
tomca's Orfciail Hair SbiihtutrjKongolene! avenue at 7:30 p.m.: Fourth and YouthDay Philadelphia
Madison streets at 8 p.m.; Seventhand
National Baptist Conventionof
Myrtle at 8:15 p.m., and 21st : w t
and Myrtle at 8:30 p.m. Set SundayIn America Inc.B. .

2... The Sunshine Spritual Church 1& T. !l. Sunday School

a0s.Lr sponsoring a trip to Jekyll Island j St. John Congress : PHrs.
Sunday. B.L.cesm Jean 1495 W. ; 'I t
C. C. ADAJISPbiiaJrtpbla
Eighth St. at 7:30 am.) Broad r Grand Lodge of the Elks r*. t:
and State streets at 8:30 am.. ORANGE PARK June 14 SccrtUry\Ii.I.cat. |h. ForflfBthtara
and the church. 674 Florida ave-1 Youth day will be observed Sunday *American Legion James : J _
DOC at 9:30 am j throughout the day in St. Reese Europe Post No. 5.

John Baptist( Church with the young Washington. D. C.. and Afro :
A to 4 f
tnp Jekyll Island will besponsored. :
i people in charge. Services will '
by the Adventurers !I begin with the Sunday school at Home Service ,LeagueN. r : x,
June 2SV The bus will stop ati. ,9:30 a.rt.'
Florida avenue and Union street'
at 8 :a.m.: State and Dewitt i Morning worship 11 a.m..The ,;$ a Top row, reading Uft to right: ,R v. Reading from Ian to right Rev. James
streets at 8:15 a.m.: Myrtle avenue I t[message will be delivered by the RATHBLOTTPresident T. S. H.rttn of Brooklyn, N. Y.. Sr. L Moore pastor of Sharon Church
ReY. Dewty Duncan of Day Spring and Treasurer vice president of the National BapHit A. patter of Pleasant Hope
the a<*n.mi
    Kings road at 8:45 am. Rathblott, Rev. J. Raymond Handarion. New Shiloh
    and ushers will serve. I Guarantees to ALLPURCHASERS : Church end Rev. JanetBaptist
    Drvggistt everywhere .r write Davis and Eighth at 9 a.nu and Afternoon services ,wffl begin RCV. t. a AUSTINUr : pastor of the Second Baptist Church of Church end author of the
    KONGO CHEMICAL CO.. IM 21st and Myrtle at 9:15 am. at 2:30 pjn. with Miss Sandra : .t IIIe PUfrtaD : Us Anotlat. Calif. Bottom row: Rav. Moore System for churches, all of
    204 w... 134th St_. N_ Y..t City Tickets may be purchased from LKUeJohn as guest speaker. The C"PtUt cace CAarck, elk L 6. Carr of 'hil... fa. traaiuraroftho Baltimore. Md. .
    any member of the club.: National' Baptist Convtntlon of
    I Rev. Eddie Burroughs pastor will HO. 1 GUARANTEES America Inc. Mr. Rathblott'i ion, AIRay.. James A. Moor. family, include
    ...... .... give the sermon at 4:30 pjn.An That he will. : barf, and Rav. Baxter Matthews, patter Ing Rev J. Timothy all of Baltimore'
    ,...N men rs will accompany the personally make the selection of home of the Union Baptist Church of Balti scrutinized the entire Miipah Develop
    .z pastor to Hibernia Sunday at 6 sites for those who purchase "Sight more Md. mint end purchased. land equivalent to
    .WHEN pjn. to conduct services. i f 300 lots.
    j Unseen.
    District 5 Will meet tonight in
    THE @ 1r'- the home of Mrs. Gladys Jacobs. RIY. T. J.
    HO. 2 GUARANTEES that If .pur. GOODALL. Pastor Binary Baptist Ckvrcb. Ireehh/i. N. Y.

    4j I REV. C. T. HURRAY Pastor YemoM AVMM Baptist Chirred of Wetk-
    ... Rosin Producer to chaser Is rot satisfied with the selec ingtoa. D. C.

    CO STS YOU.a' Hold Price Line fiats he wfl'chang. to another location : RIY. I. C. SMITH Pastor Metropelire Baptist Church. Washington.
    of deed. REV. a 0. acoi'
    mIn equal value prior, to Issue ef : Put.r rdhat.a.ths' D. C.

    LESS : Ctare*. hl.bme.d. .
    the line a sweeping on steadily move advancing to hold HO. 3 GUARANTEES That the M :. = per'".el.ymasay ,1a= .1t.4.. The above natIonally known leaders. are only a few of the many

    prices in the gum rosin market. end S-acre farm plots ere free end .,.*:::.?.h.matq.......,......! who personally visIted/ M/zpoh ond secured home ,ile..
    "THEY ARE G009't. Hercules Powder Company to- clear of all encumbrances and ireInsurable
    day announced it will not advance -
    Hercules' prices for rosinin p'"y. by any reputabl. title eomKOi AMAZING VALUE NEWLY RENOVATED HOMES

    the next calendar quarter.The .

    a firm company price for sells calendar its rosin quar-on : 4 GUARANTEES nat HP. full With 1-2 and 3 Bedrooms $3,900 and Up-Terms

    2 POWDERS 5c 12 POWDERS 25e '
    24 POWDERS 4Qc
    ters.The U.S. Government Report- payment es per contract e SpecialWarranty SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE t
    Service Deed will be delivered from
    ing has indicated
    his office to.the buyer without
    : to Get increases for gum rosin of 30-50 any MANY HOME SITE SEEKERS WILL REJOICE IN KNOWING THAT
    cents per 100 pounds in the additional charge' for drawing up the UPON

    ES 'caststrending upward. The EFFECT HAVE BEEN EXTENDED.

    I federal rosin report shows the gum 5 GUARANTEES That in case of'

    fit market 50 percent has increased in the past almost delayed payment due to unforeseen .....,........................................................1

    : twelve months. circumstances by reason of which the ; TERMS AS LOW AS
    : Oa Your "Despite the Dicrease of the purchaser Is unable te meet the monthly .. PREVIOUS PRICES-

    past three months and despite Installment agreed upon, by writing $2.00 DOWN and
    indications that $150.00 NOW $ 75.00 lot
    I.r trend will to the main office, the, purchaserwill per
    DRUG NEEDS $2.00
    continue. Hercules has deter- per month
    mined it will not change its ,be given. an extension of reasonable .. $250." -- NOW $125.00 per lot
    I rosin price for the next quar- time to complete Ms or her pay on each-rot-

    i Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store ter." said G. P. Hogg. General ments., $400.00 NOW $200.0Q per lot "uca ON AlKKJtiKUOM ASS
    Manager of Hercules Naval
    C \ ;S ON
    WE MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS Stores Department ...-.............................................-................-..........-.-..--..--..-.-.-.-.-.-.--.S.-.
    ; "- W. D.Fivet-W. Also Fill All Doctors' PmcriptionsDixie !j I "We recognize it is always j SELF EVIDENT '
    : possible to price commodities I j

    !|I out of markets and at higher VI. mtatlon f..et fow of the many who FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND FREE BOOKLET WRITE TO:
    price levels of rosin some end purchased land for forgo mountt, nastily:

    Pharmacy Mr.use Hogg markets said.arein Jeopardy," liSHOP, F. CRAIG frf Mew red W.WM The RATHBLOTT ENTERPRISES

    Hercules with district offices AKtftJUH IKIOH POST.Ko. 5 ef Vi& !-. '.&- .
    and sales force spread
    1302 KINGS ROAD ot MYRTLE AVENUE throughout the world "is in a 51I.OW.M ARAMINGOand: GIRARD AVES., PHILA. 25 PA.

    I PHONES EL 5-5597.98 position ,to evaluate market MARRY A. PRICE tl! Fte W.M&Mm ,
    ft. '
    trends rather rapidly Mr f ARAMINGO and GIRARD
    0" Dept. AVES. PHILA. 25 PA.
    Hogg pointed out. Because of U1E KV. W. HKA6M ( if rte, D.C., ,

    /L PAY YOUR LIGHT, WATER AND. TELEPHONE: current this Hercules prices in is effect keeping for an-its Pmlfat if f B.T& Md SMMY SOtftt CGKSISS.tot&wd PHONE: GARFIELD 5-I 103 '

    other three months to help IJ4I tRI! fir
    FrtKri tilHtMat
    I, protect existing rosin markets. rip Philadelphia to Mizpah by appointment

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    ;leek Lrr dins Saturday Juno ;IS, 19GO THE FLORiDA; STAR rMrf; ?'i.tJ

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    I, =SPORTING IT UP= i i-Patterson Is Out 1 Willie Mays Rated Cleveland Indians-

    I BY C. PARHAM JOHNSON !i No. One PerformerIn Manager Regrets

    :,.[! Clifton Anderson, head coach at Shaw University, Raleigh, Major Leagues Trading Minoso

    [,.C., has resigned ,and will join Vernon McCain's staff as an To Regain Title (ANP -. CHin

    assistant at Maryland State. Anderson will take over duties of San Francisco Giant Ace outfielder Orestes Minoso one o

    Aorl Banks, who recently succeeded Eddie Hurt at Morgan State. the greatest competitors In hue

    Worth Million Mantle, ball history, General Manage:
    Frank Lane of the
    Anderson's resignation came as WILLIE D A V I S, Spokane's I' I ;. '' Aaron, Banks Ranked High, dians admitted here Cleveland that he re In

    14 surprise to many key observers in fleet 20-year-old centcrfielder, is t r ,14 netted making the deal which nn
    'u ClAA. It was thought that. he ,determined this will be his last Several years ago the Boston I the Cuban Comet back to the Chi-
    ,1 ad done a wonderful at the Red Sox reportedly offered the :
    year of minor league baIt: He is sago White Sox last December.
    t iaptlst institution. In 1958 his Cleveland Indians $1,000,000 for ,
    tam was in the thick of the foot&all racing towards a permanentberth ,: Herb Score. I Lane, called "Frantic Frank" be
    conference until cause of his frequent trading deals,
    race injuries with the Los Angeles Dodgers
    Lastrinter the Cincinnati
    '//sustained gen- !commented on the trade whil
    in the Capital Classic in by 1961 There was some .: *
    ( eral manager. Gabe Paul, said his .watching the White Sox
    /Washington, D. C. sidelined many beat hi*
    ; in circles
    his doubt 'expressed some offer of $500,000 for the Washington Indians 6-4 in
    faf key performers. During 59he : f a game early last
    produced one of the best mall that Davis, the pride and joy I Senators' slugger, Harmon Kille- I week.
    of the California League last .;, brew had been .
    College ends in Glenn Knight. I I : rejected.Is I I Asked which of all the deals hf
    ,1 year, could make the big jump has
    i made
    M On the other hand* Benny Kid) from Class C to AAA ball in one : )S c\i ,. : there a player today that I grets most through, Lane the teplied years withou he re

    [Paret. is anxious to cash in on his season. The doubters, however, I \ 2 \a' a.acrS could bring $1,000,000 on the open hesitation:
    Recently I fewer day. market?
    acquired championship. ,are growing every ; a2 "The
    He has been signed to fight July ( The fellow many regarded as the 4 MILLION DOLLAR PLAYERS !which; one I made last December
    sent Minnie"
    New York's Madison Square I fastest man in baseball was handicapped There are four million dollar.' Minoso back
    gin against either Emile Grift ,' In the first month of players In the big league at present -'here (Chicago), along with Dick
    of New York. Sugar Hart of Don Ferarese and Wilbur
    to Al
    Philadelphia,.Denny Moyer of Port- J the Coast campaign with a badly ;;; a former according player, coach,Campanis. Striker for Bubba Phillips, John
    pulled leg muscle. But gimply or manager Romano and "
    and. or George Fernandez of Ar- ar.+ Cash. He
    ftntma. f' not Willie's flying around the #; v4fh\ < ax ... and now director of the Los Angeles clarified the statement further.

    I base paths lie's not the 3 scouting system The quartet "1 don't
    mean that it wasn't
    is composed of Willie Hank agood
    Willie ,
    t I sprinter type of runner. deal for both clubs but I
    Aaron .
    ; SPORTS BEAT: Florida takes an unusually large stride. Mickey Mantle and Ernie I
    to give up Minoso. He's on
    /> AAM has a star Banks.
    ( I Berore the season was three r, J Js of the greatest competitors in baseball -
    I playing for Pocatello of the
    l[ California League He Is Bill I .weeks old. Davis had twice circled ; t. : 't&(' What constitutes a 51,000,000': history. He adds dash and

    f. Lucas, a native of Jackson- I the bases for inslde-the-park .: j player? excitement to a team, even though

    I. fille Fla., and a brother-in- homers. And a couple of other ,.. "That depends upon the need{he's anywhere from 35 to 40 years

    law of Hank Aaron of the MIl- I times the speed demon raced ix... ;rt I and, of course the ability of a I I jbld. And he still has a lot of good
    waukee Braves. I third sacrifice .. I [pears left, believe me."
    from first to on a +{ club to pay that kind of money,"
    Lucas was voted the "Most bunt. If the kid has fault, it's INGEMAR JOHANSSON FLOYD PATTERSON said Campanis. "But I'll tell you First coming to the White Sox
    Valuable Player" while with that he depends too much on his how we rate ball players. Thereare :from the Indians, Minnie was
    ; Sacramento in the CaliforniaLeague '
    I before 1 speed in the outfield Ue's of the five commidities-hitting, fielding traded back to that club in 1957.
    three entering the lie service If. firm opinion that anything hit throwing, running and hitting The Sox, much to the delight oMinoso's
    years ago. received What Are Olympic Games To Be
    his secbnd MVP whUe i into his sector has to be caught. Patterson f with power. A pla'erith 70<%< numerous fans here, got
    serving as a Second Lieutenantat Seen On TelevisionNEW rating is major league. Our top him. back in the December trade.

    Fort Bliss, Texas. The result Is that occasionally a rating for each department is SO 9
    ing-quail blooper into short YORK. (AN'P) The per cent.'JIANTLE. Hank Aaron's In-Law
    I Chances To Win Title CBS .
    d der network has announced
    him because of SECOND
    TIDBIT:, Yankton College, center gets past that it will televise the Handy With Bat Also
    Yankton, S. D. gave quite a bit of I his efforts to make an impossible I "Mays in our book. Is the only
    publicity to Roosevelt Weaver. At- catch. Although speed is his Bill Brewer for ANP 1960 Olympic Games in Rome, Italy [player in baseball today who rates!I POCATELLO, Idaho. (AN?)

    lanta. Ga.. who competed on the J'. greatest asset, Davis is not withwt ,fastest, foot and hand-almost a August 26 through September ISO percent in all five departments.1 I: Bill Lucas, former shortstop at
    12, for the benefit of American
    Greyhound track team. Weaver.nd other took lie is currently CHICAGO, Ill. It would seem Rav' Robinson among bigger menheavyweight ,viewers.A I "Mantle is second. He rates Perry Strombeck Mt. Vernon. t hitting that judging: from the predictions I've evern.seen This cent in two departments-running 1
    close to .3CO (.293), several I per 1 brother-in-law of Hank Aaron of
    3. D.. were a one-two punch for of many detractors, Floyd Patterson number of tan stars will .
    15 one of the great ones"I represent and hitting with He
    :he points under his .365 of 1959. : power. ; the Milwaukee Braves, wielded a
    squad. The Hounds will be embalmed
    paced by again by! The record since then hat ; 1 the United States in the is around 78 in hitting for '
    Weaver and Strombeck reeled off A But he is bitting consistently and I not. potent with the Boise baseball
    Uve straight meets on their homeck. I for extra bases. In fact he is Ingemar Johannson the moment ranklY borne out Corum. But games I in q: 1 u ding i such record) I la point under in fielding av'rag"I team here recntly.

    I working on a 19-game hitting he steps into the ring at the Polo,'Patterson p certainty has not beenas 'breakers as high jumper John ,,ing. A Ions ball hitter, Lucas clouted:

    I streak TED WILLIAMS Grounds later this month. bad as he has been pictured. 'rhomas and hurdler Hayes .Jonc "Aaron rates a top 80 in hitting four home runs and drove in 10

    CAMPANELLA IN : needs only five more homers to We are not ready to consign Mismanaged, all right, but he had ,ind boxer Cassius Clay of Louis or average and for power but lie I runs as Boise split a two-game
    '"- EW SPORTS ROLE be the fourth player In history to Patterson to this fate. He went beaten everybody he met before 1 rille. is a point or more shy of the figure series with Pocatello here, 10-6 and

    NEW YORK. ASP Mern ,, hit 509 or more. The Boston Red down seven times under sledgehammer the Swede. II might be recalled, I ----S in the other three departments. 199. He also scored five runs in
    ; and Roy Campancila "nf I Sox slugger hit the 495th homer blows from the Swede incidentally that Rocky Marcian I' "Banks rates 80 in hitting! for going five-for-seven in the batting_
    ost of a new lS-min'jle soortiferxiew I of his career last Sunday while when they met nearly a year ago. ,!met some pretty poor opponent Joe Brown And Benny Paref power but he deserves special con spree.
    Around The! the Red Sox bowed in doubleheader We would not suggest that the in the buildup to'm..ake him a sideration since he is an infielder.'
    program.: a Get New York Fight Offers Lucas, a native of Jacksonville,
    heavyweight 'champion.
    SE'S." between flames of \. Y to the New York Yank. coming event in_ New York City Fla., was voted the most valuable I
    nkees' rloublcheartcrs on WPIX ees. Those still ahead of Williamsoa will be history repeating itself. Louis who has been in Floyd's NEW YORK, N.Y. (ANP-Both Moore To Defend TitleIn player in the California league I

    inning Monda\ May 30. Guest 'the all-tune list are the late Sure. there's a tendency to draw corner before sentimentally or Joe Brown, lightweight champion Toronto July 18 while playing with Sacramento be.
    a parallel to what happened to Joe physically, has been hired as an fore entering military service three
    the first show included Case ,MEL OTr, with 511; JIMMY adviser to the and Benny Paret of Cuba recently
    nrl. Yogi i Berra. Git. Meuzald FOXX, 531. and BABE RUTH, Louis nearly 25 years ago;: when i young heavyweightin crowned lightweight champ, have TORONTO-Archie Moore will years ago. He won another MVP
    his bid to become the first of award
    he was bombed into subnvisvonby while serving as a second
    Roger Mans and Billy 714 BENNY (KID) PARET I Max Schmeling. It took the his class to regain the champion received offers for summer fights put his light heavyweight championship lieutenant at Fort Bliss, Texas.

    ort. the recently crowned. _welterweight : German 12 rounds to dispose 'of ship. A man of few words Louis here. on the line against Erich I .

    NEW YORK The 0 champion almost lost his Louis then in his prime. Ingemar insists that Patterson can win this The announcement was made by Schoppner of Germany, in Toron

    inkers, after blnwins: a 30 lead chance to.fight for the title when' lent Patterson to slumber land in time if he doesn't become too Teddy Brenner, local matchmaker. to's Varsity Stadium July 18. I Paret Named
    the ninth turned back the Scna- Don Jordan balked in his dressing three. careless. Paret has been offered George Guarantees for the bout, Moore'sfirst

    room at the last minute Fernandez, Emile Griffith, Sugar defense since Aug. 12, 1959, are Boxer
    rs on Hector Lopez's two-run Two years later in the most I Floyd, i if he reverts to the form of Month
    !. lomcr in the 11th. Mickey Mantle The defending champ's price was merciless demonstration of punching We will say this: Hart, or Denny Moyer. $200,000 minimum to Moore and I

    'ho homered in the sixth innind $2,000, all he has to show for his power in this age. Louis belted he showed against Moore in the Brown can choose between Carlos $50,000 to Schoppner. The fight is PROVIDENCE. R. I. 'ANP)-

    Fet the stage for Lopez winnin2 lost .crown. It was not until the German out before the late Chicago Stadium has the basic Ortiz and Lenny Matthews. being promoted by Dave Rush, of/ ban Benny, who Kid) P.uer, two-listed Cu.

    P blow by heating out an infield matchmaker MEL GREB came comers had a chance to find their ability to give the Swede one hell Toronto. weight wrestled the welter.

    grounder; with two out in the 11 thin up with the cash that Jordan I seats in Yankee Stadium of a beating Boston Signs NCC Back Moore's last appearance here wan t Don Jordan championship from fading
    their game May 29, with Wash agreed to enter the ring There is no notion here to rush He showed 1956 when he battered James T.I on a 13-round decision
    pt'ed.'icioll coiintcrpunching. recently, List
    I ington.LAWRENCE.. Maybe ARCHIE MOORE had a out and yell that Petterson will do the killer instinct. BOSTON The Boston Patriots Parker of Toronto in widely ignated bOXCl'-t.lhr-month I ueek was des the

    motive when he weighed in at a the same thing to the proud Jo Naturally, it's a big question-canhe of the American Football League: lyhooed bout. Rush also b611.// National Boxing Association by in it*
    hannson. would like
    Kan Three KanJ''! paunchy 206'/a pounds for his Truthfully we show a reincarnation of there announced the signing of Robert that event. monthly ratings..
    but will be satisfied
    nothing better we I
    non-title against MIJJEBKSMAN'OKK. traits Montgomery I
    J go a 215-pound halfback
    have been
    *as I
    I with a clean-out victory,
    kith selection on the Moore's n eV For nine months now. Patterson from North Carolina College. I
    I honort'j book in \\hid I he explains details preferably a has been in training. He has bee
    I AAU's Collegiate: Conceding; all of the things that
    of his mlucuig diet, is to a man of a single-minded
    I track ann field tram for 1 have been said about Patterson purpose:
    'include Charlie Tidwcll in be published soon Moore must we don't subscribe to the view that to regain his title. Cleveland Sends Walter Those
    I Ernie Shelby Broad Jump and be down to the 175-pound claw fee is the kind of performer he We are not of the betting breed
    world But we have a hunch. Come June Bond Down To Toronto
    Bill Alley. Ja\clm. The annua limit when hi defends his vas made out to be last June.
    KAAU selection is limited to cmc light hcav>vcivht crown against Too vividly in our minds is his 20. there will be accomplished who
    I Iran prl' event; two less than the ERICH bCHOEPPNER of Germany great performance in bombing something that has never happened CLEVELAND Springtime sensation
    before. A heavyweight will Walter Bond is back in the _
    KCAA squad. Archie Moore when the New York-
    have regained his crown. minor leagues and outfielder Chuck
    'I f __'r ,won the world heavyweight in' ,I Tanner took his place on the Gev live instyle.
    "BEARCAT.WRIGHT. lcvember. 1956. I '
    eland Indians' roster this week.
    MAT VICTOR Rill Corm the ,late New York Oil Producers F a
    This down Bond, whose heavy hitting was
    sport columnist, said of Flojd- I Dallas More than one-half at
    CHICAGO -- (ASP) '- earral" the talk of Cleveland's spring train .
    69-40-38 i miiit tell you. that in m> the oil wells drilled in the U.S. '
    Wright;: cagey Jamaican 77 ing session and was one of the
    rinion Floyd Patterson the still
    ? is are producing.
    wrestler who has been uinmnsconM.Mcntlx reasons the Indians let Rocky Cola-

    in American rings /47. 88 215 !entire 1959 campaign-with vito go to the Tigers, was shippedto ,.&

    added another victim to his long: CINCINATTICLUB Cincinnati after playing in four Toronto of the International

    lit t of conquests Friday mshl 4 games in 1957 and eleven ii League after his average fell below

    when he defeated Eddie Graham 9 6 NOTES 958,with the Rhinelanders. the .200 mark r

    I to a twin windup wrestling featifrfat 8 4 "Dutch", son of the Red .
    the International Amphitheatre
    here Scout, "Dutch" Dotterer, ha Detroit likt$,'.m Tall '\ r
    CATCHINGWith DETROIT (UP!) At 6 feet
    been tabbed
    16-16-34 as a major # ,
    I ,s i 1.2 inches, rookie pilchi-r Al I'e- '-
    i CHAMBERLAIN WARNS Ed Bailey, Dutch league receiver with a real lanick. up from Toronto of the 4ry.

    I'j ABOUT RUSSIA Dottcrer, Frank House and Dor.shotgun 1 thrnwinv arm. International League, is the tallest fii'
    Sometimes he's in of I
    Mortals are fli. counterFeits the Detroit roster.
    man on
    avletich the Cincinnati Reds
    LAWRENCE Kan. Drivirj Sometimes he's down I
    Baler Eddy
    ?rough to Los Angeles the other He adds, subtracts possess one ot the strongest .Imnorlals.-Mary .--:___e_ ._r-----" ::1':1'f

    \iday. Wilt Chamberhan remarkt"fltl catching staffs in the majo
    the United Stttt"s'should not He works it all around leagues. f

    Russia in basketball ii- -The 6-2, 206 pound lefthand V .
    the upcoming Oljmpic panics. swinging Bailey has been called ;
    l\c played over there ann
    thrr sot three or four 6-9 antKin 192-17-30-01 by many baseball observers '- .-
    'the best defensive catcher '\:%. f8
    lon who can mowun' ('( J :
    the former twp-time Kansas All Snow tires .r. illegal ill California. the league." I ,I

    American. I II Chains nu' t'n During his four seasons as
    r. Y
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    Reds regular catcher, "the

    pride of Strawberry Plains,
    WHEN YOU ABE ILL ennessee" has hit a total of CVcl:>

    m flgtlc Tk BeIt eAJ_ I
    You 71 home runs.
    Wtn Yew Doctor Pre *. Ed, who batted 264 in 121games

    ', Get ExptrteMd LLI for the Reds in 1959, demand GORDON'S: GIN>

    $ To Fm Yovr PwAccoritog '. w.1 set an all-time record for home J

    ::i\. :. :.". To YOrdors. <.. D..M4'I runs by a Red'catcher in 1956

    '...,., "<'< W. UMTk O1! with 28.. He followed with 20 84 If you have a taste for '

    .., 'f ., Bell QwHfT Draft .' *** ound-trippers in 1957 Ed was : the finer things, always ask for rMf

    [Or. C. E."BlMkProprietor' off to a slow start in 1959 but l Gordon's authentic London Dry Gin. 2s4eza'
    batted .293 after the All-Sta
    i tai So smooth and dry she u ,_ _
    the month
    ame and .352 during / tl
    ; QMI of such delicate flavor.. +
    PHABMACISTS TO SERVE oC September. 'I a
    The 28-year-old Bailey,I you can enjoy it STRAIGHT! 1<1'yon econrenuarr
    / 1 /i ,
    DRUG STORE discovered by Paul Florence

    : was named to the National Thtre'g no Gin like GORDON'S? r = 1
    League All-Star Game team in { Mwt is errae Y
    Emp Ro.d ZLIIa .,.
    1956 and 1957.Dotterer .
    ... ....... a six foot, 20S 100% KtmiL SPIHTS cisntiu rtou cui.; MPIOOT.cotocrs cir en co. LTD. URDU. L'".
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