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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:
June 25, 1960
Publication Date:
Frequency:
weekly
regular

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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

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Source Institution:
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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aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
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issn - 0740-798X
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UF00028362:00566

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Florida star and news

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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:
June 25, 1960
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:
UF00028362:00566

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Preceded by:
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I "Untouchables,. Boomerangs, Lynch Threat Made To Negro PANAMA CITY r ,
Bay County Negroes will press
Cowboys" Menacing county officials "at an early
CityGun To Force Murder Confession.Quincy
date" to be allowed to inte-
.\, grate the pier and beach of
West Panama City beach, a
and knife carrying teenage gangs A 49-year old Negro hjmdyman Negro leader said Sunday.

bearing such names as "the Boomerangs11 accused of murdering a white woman and Timothy Youngblood. a leader L

The Untouchables" and "The Cowboys her son testified at his trial this of Voters the Bay League County said Progressive the

have reached the status of a man- week that he was witUlynch decision was reached after Ne-

sized menace to the Negro communitv. ing unless he confessed to the murders. groes decided to reject a-proposal '
., K 1t.
He accused the that Negroes be allowed .
woman's husband i iof committing
For several
weeks free
activities include access to the beach now
I now the gangs haTe the gruesome double murders. set aside for them in St Andrews
night time
mugging State Park.
boon
unleashingr. ( and Sip Dawson testified that he saw Alva Clayton beating his wife
r.. s.n'l -s of inf.-re:; of robbing with a hammer "and I took off up the Mil running." Two weeks ago the Bay
1 yoked attacks ongrownups men and women He said Clayton liter followed County commission! asked the .,
as well as break- him and "told me If I breatheda Dawson denied the coat wu State Board of Parks and His- s- -
, as wellas ing in and enter- ,,'ord'nf what I bad seen. I'd tia. He said he owned the rifle torlc Memorials to move a toll
/ youngsters be.a dead ntIIIr;' but kept it at the Clayton house. gate to a point beyond>> the
ing local stores A physician testified; there wax entrance to the Negro beachso BATHING
throughout t he IN THE
,. The recent robbery Dawson. is being tried for the some indication Mrs., Claytonhad Negroes could enter free. SUN-- This charming
city. murder of 2-year-old' Roger Clay torn ahntt in the. head: but Edward-;/ater3 Co-ed Mlrion
of Sergeant
a ton.He also The officials also asked that ,
Day ix charged with kill death wax caused by the beat
The most recent Street pawnshop ing the MY' , esonpade of one where Clayton. :36. and injuring another hours at the park be extendedfor over the fact that :last week 88
several yearoldEdwardVatera
guns Inn 4-year-old Alva Negroes.' -
of the gangs >took ware stolen is believed St. Pete Board "To stop Negroes from ,.pay Collage graduated
place Thursday to Si* Dawon? who'Ju but one ing and to require that the its first 4-year college class in 3Q
v/hon a GrouP of bolstered leg and walk with crutches. Favor ExpansionOf whites continue to pay Is not years. A photo feature of this his
the gangr.f arsenal claimed that Robert Martin. right" said Youngblood. This torical event
Juvenile gangsters of Qadsden County deputy sheriff. Negro HospitalST. is complete segregation In appears in this weeks
weapons told him be would be turned over issue of the Florida Starsee
attacked a youngster PETERSBURG things we are fighting to get page 6)
which include homemade to mob unless.be admitted the
a The second
at the Jeff- (Special)-A' 2.000,000 expansion away from now. installment appears next
fatal beating of Mrs. Maggie Mae
and
orson Pool and factory Clayton. 34. and her aon. Robert of the city's Mercy Hospital The decision to reject the week. .
made guns, shot guns Glenn. Dawcon to on trial for the appeared yesterday as the almost commlKslon's proposal was
thon turned their I
knives and razors, -claying certain answer to a weeks- reached at a meeting of the
vor\once on a, old controversy over additional voters league, the Bay Coun-

yowv) : man who attempted 25TH STREET IIOME killed The April woman 13: .Their and child bodies were and medical facilities for St. Petersburg's ty chapter of the NAACP the Supreme Court 3 Youths
Ministerial Alliance and "other
to rescue ENTERED BY,, THIEVES the injured boy. were found in Negro populace.The .
the victim. The home of Mrs. Beulah the station wagon -by Clayton and city planning board ia Interested 1I'0upL"A Indicted
young; Lovey Green, of 1017 W. 25th other searcher next day after an the latest to endorse the pro committee was named and Upholds Civil
It.. is reported Street was broken into and all-nicht search in which Dawson posal to add 100 beds to the all Youngblood was elected to
that of the en- participated head it. The committee Is to In
many tered last Tuesday when she Negro Mercy plant rather than Slaying
build a Negro wing at Mound try to arrange a private meet-
members live
gang went to the store to do some Deputy Robert Martin. Sheriff Ing with the commission "to Rights BoardWay
in the arda between shopping, police reported. Otho Edwards a'nd State Atty. W. Park Hospital now an all-white discuss the matter more thor '
Mrs. Green\ told police that D. Hopkins took the stand and facWty. oughly. ttrt young Negroes were
Pearl and when she returned home from denied any threats or any indication The city council had previously "No matter how far officialsor ClearedTo indicted for lint degree murder
Johnson and in I ever of a lynch mob. Indicated that a majority of yesterday by UM Dun County
the store she found her home Martin a a t d the 50yearoldJtrxrn its members favors expansion at citizens may try.to get away grand Jury in the June I holdup
the section.be- had been broken into and en- admitted the murder Mercy. A citizens' advisory from the idea of the Negro people InvestigateVote slaying of a Myrtle, avenue white
tween Monroe and board for Mercy also favors using this beach it will be grocer.
continued
tered. Mrs. Green said the after he wax shown a picture of
Fifth 3 treots.The thieves Alva Clayton who survived the segregation of the city's in vain, for that is our start- Complaints
found
probably the key hospital facilities will Bound over to Circuit Court to
for Negroesand ing point and we alwaysbe
hammer beating and. according
hidden under flower and stand trial were Willie Young 24.
pot
a whites. WASHINGTON
young gangsters -- there until we get what we The SuprerarCourt
to the 'sheriff. Identified Dawson
of 1314 E. 26th St. Calvin Wilbert
have been so gained entrance by unlocking. 'as the assailant. A revenue certificate Issued want' and not what you want yesterday struck down a lowr Tbomw. II. of ;1769 University
lock front door. backed by cigarette tax monieswas to give for a day Is at court ruling that
bold with their on Martin told the court Dawsondid us new : prevented the Blvd.. and Harold Simon 11. of
The victim. could not name not believe Alva waft alive suggested by the planning hand now," said Youngblood. :iril Rights Commission from inrrMijratiiiT 3961 University Blvd.
attacks and threats anyone as a suspect but the until he showed him the pictureof the board new as Mercy a means wing.of But financing It was Sixth LargestDjarkarta Ncero complaints of The defendants are charged with

thntnccord1ri5reports to value of money and watch the injured boy. also urged that immediate steps The Republic of toJoncsia rosin? riJhrs'iolations in Shreveport fatal shooting of Eugene Arnold
couns ors stolen was placed at $38. Dawson and her said hatband that he. Mrs.drinking Clayton be taken to provide 20 more with a population of II la. Richardson: of 10312 Ft.: Caroline
were
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beds at Mercy to meet the demands sixth largest In the world. TIle action Rd. The 44-year-old storekeeper
at the Jefferson Patrolmen M. L. Massey and whWcy tosrther in their million is cleared the way for
of shot he tried to defend
next winter's rush than wu as
Pool have been \v. H. Harris investigated. parked station wagon: when Clayton period. Indonesia consists ol mere ilir commission created by the 1957 his wife and himself at his bus
bream angry At his wife 3.000 islands. Civil Rights Art !o guarantee Negro ness located at 102S N. Myrtle
t forced to keep MAN TAKES MONEY and started beating her with a rights in the ,South to resume its

I firearns within FROM BUND MAN hammer.He Biracial Advisory Unit inquiries. It hat hem marking time AYe.8ta Atty. William A. Hal-

their roach Noble BrowiC of 1060 W. in the said car but the the younger older boy one wu had since last July pending a final derision loves recommended a second: degree -

In addition to 22nd Street was the victim of gotten out and wax standing near on the matter by the nigh murder chute against
Roosevelt Ervin Jr.. a 27yearoldNegro
tacks on young- petty larceny last Tuesday by. Appointed at Daytona court. of 651 Je.vle St.. in the
3tor:1, tl8 groups' when & man reached in his "We were. all a little\ drunk at The rourt's"ote.- wu 7-1.. with knife slaying of Primus McFad-
pocket and took $2 from him th* time: h* said. iRsrnU by Justices Douglas and den 69. Newo. of "t6 Jessie. St.

police reported. DAYTONA BElACH.CUy Commission lad night appointed Black. The Jury concurred.
WOMAN HIT IN MOUTH' Brown who is blind said a Dawson said he confessed the a M-member Interracial advisory committee consistine"f Chief Justice Warrro delivered Circuit Judge William A. Stanly
FIGHTING BOY FRIEND crime at Martin's direction out equal numbers of while and Negro community leaders and referred the majority derision which threw received the flndinsa of the grand
man whose name is Johnnie of fear for his life hut said he. two controversial Lvues to it. out an injunction issued jury yesterday following a day
MIss Bessie Turcks 33, of Rivers sat on a bench next to can neither read nor write so>> The action: was taken on recommendation of Mayor Oven Eubank tbreejud federal by a special long session.
1340 W. 7th Street was hit in him and put his hand in his did not know what was In It except after. a Negro civic dub] presented requests for desegregation in Sbreveport. La. court ia
'the mouth and suffered a split pocket and took two $1 bills : what be wu told by the Qty blind Baseball Park and the munldwU golf murw. RULES MAN IS STABBED
lip last Monday while fighting and'ran. Victim does not know deputy: Toe requests were presented by CHALLENGED WITH ICE PICK
with her boy friend pollee re- where lives. Hopkins testified; that Dada Paul Hyde president of Social Wiis The special l court ruled last October James Kent. 31. of 1490 Logan
suspect
confessed to him at Ralford prison $77,500Damage that 17
Engineers an onaaizatioa of Negro registrars in several Street a* stabbed with an ice
ported. Patrolmen A. R. James and and that there wu no mentloa profs sioaal and bustnea mea. Louisiana parishes did not have to ,
The victim states she and J. Doe investigated. of threats er a mob. The committee's function is to appear at a commission pick last Monday during an
bearing
her boy friend had been drinkIng Deputy Mart aid thai befItted study such request u the ones Suit caoiobints by 87 Nfxnxtj' on argument with his common-law
that
and he hit her in the mouth WIFE IS CUT Dawson crutch into holes prtMBted by the Social Efltlaeen had brrn denied rotifljrichts.. they wife, police reported.
and she hit him on the head WITH HAND SAWA found at the scene of the crta and to make recommendationsto RailroadCHICAGO. Traditional rictas The' rlctim said he got into
, Ird in the direction the City CamlI M1cn. according Against of the regis
with her shoe. 45-year-old wifewas cut and that they tran"t'Te Abated, an argument and they startedto
boN. WHICH Ie Eubank. the special
Dawaon'a
nf
Both parties were taken to on her thighs last Tuesday wax mysteriously burned w 1M Tbe cooimksloa also scheduled (ANP) -JuttaWilliam ccwt said, by commission rules fight and she stabbed him
Duval Medical Center for treat to during a domestic. dipsute. around the night after bas arrest. a special conference for tomorrow J: Campbell awsrtfed which do not require the furnisUmr with the ice pick. The victim
anent police reported. found to thefrast! 177,500 Mttkment lest wok of prior information wu taken to Duval Medical
and Bill Carter the boyfriend A title wax to discuss disputed points of a en in?.! nature
and Miss Turcks were Mrs. Josephine Lee of 1534 near Dawson'a aback wrapped to a proposed 30yearnf. ta Space In the first toil case stpsrstinfftswes of the complaints and do not<< per Center by police car where he
placed In jail on disorderly con W. First Street told police her I a coat which Clayton testified bad ironies Inc. et cty-owned riverfront *f liability and damages ill confrontation and rrou-cntaml. was treated by Dr. D. Draper.
duct and 'fighting charges. husband cut her dlHni'an\ ,I belonged to Mm but which heI property. In U. S. District urt. nation of witnesses
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NEWS ,:- i j.?;:'.. :.-- .! ,._.:, ; :;" J':" Eric O. Simpson (


\ j T'L3' WASHINGTON. Wilcox county records
The Dixiecrat South, still bitterly Judge: Jones order .affects Mont.
P1IWIIbe4 by'The Florid Star Publishing Co. opposed to Negroes voting freely, fomcry Wilcox and Sumtcr coun

."Member of Associated Negro Press have met head-on the Justice department ties, where Atty. Gen. Rogers has

Me O. Simpson _.-Editor drive to extend voting asked fix voter registration: records

2. Pashas Johnson _., Jm Staff f privileges through ,.use of provisions and any other county where
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Hilda Wcotta Circulation D pt
1. Last week Atty. Gen. William P. Eastland
Biggest Offender
Rogers brought to 12 the numberof
MAIN OFFICE Ic PLAXfTttt3 southern counties asked to bare But the biggest: blow at the Justice -
ICoacrUf Road EL 44782 EL 4-1783 their voting records to probe department's campaign has
charges that Negroes are illegally reputedly been dealt by MUsusip-

Mailing Addvtut prevented from casting ballots. pi's hard core segregationist: : senator
The four latest counties ordered James 0.
who
Eastland. is
P. O. Box 551. Jacksonvfllt 1. Florida
to expose their voting lists arc chairman of the strategic: senate

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Clarendon and Hampton counties judiciary committee. .
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in South Carolina, SUmter county, According to Robert 1;. Allen
Oa Year, $&00; Half Year $3.00 Three Months 31.10 Alabama and Fayette county and Paul Scott, authors of the

Malltd To You Anywhtr In The United Stale I Georgia.: "Washington Report," a syndicated

utecriptioa Paabl..In Adrance. Send Check or Money Order To:I & \ : Enjoins Federal Agents column Eastland: hat forced
FLORIDA STAR P. O. BOX 581-JACKSONVILLE I. FLORID Rogers to shelve 40 voting cases:
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Meanwhile in Montgomery Circuit .In return for allowing the nomma
Judge Walter B. Jones signed: tion of Harold R. Tyler as head
1HE FLORIDA STAR STANDS FOR: an injunction to prohibit federal of the civil rights division to come

I. lft gro Firemen. agents from inspecting: voter registration up for a vote.
2. Morv keyto Police Officer I records! anywhere in Ala Tyfcr'x nomination made at the

3. Squad Cars for the Negro Police. r r ..tiL bama. It was the second such action suggestion of Vice President Nixon
.. More' and better School and Speeding Up oi the in Alabama courts. has been neglected by the com
The temporary restraining order mittee since January 26. Tyler a

Building Program. ___._..._ ___ was granted at the request of Alabama 89-year-old New Yorker is presently .
community cou! I Attorney General MacDonaid a special assistant to the attnr
uoieUub lOW in every
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-E1 ut Hubbai t s ..r Gallion. lIe said the Justice ney general and supervised the
actually redeem the world. r: ., : r department had attempted to in preparation of the voting cases.!
1'I vade the sovereignty of the state According to "Washington: Report -
.. of Alabama in its search fir evidence : ." instead of filing the complaints -

of racial discrimination.The .
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in federal court. Rogers
r l3s GS- state contended that the LOGO sent the cases back to Joseph M,
attack in Civil Rights Act under which the
On the u
the
: .0. .. ___ Q\ records were sought is unconstitu F. Ryan Jr., acting head of
." --- '.-"-.' tional. Civil Rights Division, with strirt

LITTLE PROGRESS WILL BE MADE WHILE THE SHACKLES LAST Gallion obtained aq Injunction instructions actions that to his concentrate attorneys already on the

May 20 from another state judge
have under way in South Carolina
barring agents from checking Alabama and Louisiana.
Georgia,

the war of ideasWE .. Endangers Budget


Rogers took this unannounced

'. = --- action after Senate Republican
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filing of civil rights cases before
ARE IN A WORLD WAR of ideas and our greatest ---:-- '- -- :: Congress adjourns would endangerthe

.- Haroscope:>> Guide : Justice department's budgetIn
need is to go on the offensive. .
__- their private talks with the
We must awaken America to the need of armingour GOP
--- attorney general, these legislators
nation with an ideology as well as through economic : B? PABLO, The ASTROLOGER __ = pointed out that his budget
which carries $568,000 requestfor
and military means. : :; WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS rOR .i-i:_. the Civil Rights a division, has

Subversive forces are tearing'down and undermining ,.' I become one of the principal targetsof

the moral strength of America. At the same BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL :::=- southern Senators and that if
he didn't want it riddled he should
time with ruthless duplicity Moscow is sweet one hold his fire," Rogers agreed re
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day and tough the next with a strategy which the luctantly.The .
$280.000,000 budget, already ,
free world has failed to comprehend.
... ARIES LEO fered or received bring a tangible approved by the House, is now
1 have known Moral Re-Armament for:20 years. Ambition is riding high, Resist pressures; to make return, even when there pending before the Senate Appro-

I know it'is effectively answering Communism. whether your interests are changes, alter domestic arrangements are no strings attached. priations Committee on which 12 \

Moscow attacks it for that reason. ,Subversive primarily social or practical. revise procedures 980771948987CAPRICORN !) Southern Already senators these senators sit. have won
Prominent friends are an asset in
forces. aiming to weaken the free world and destroy'. \..:.... but it's not worthwhileto until after your midnionth daily routines when postponement of the budget hearIng
MR A have accused it of being pacifist and are : strain resources to move y until mid-June when Rogers
.. things be ideas full
Give'promotional
may more smoothly
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first
behind this mischievous propaganda. too far too fast, or aim be- coordinated to achieve the play; go after an unexpected However, in a as new move coming

Moral Re-Armament is not and has never been yond the milieu your means results desired. Reorder your opportunity letting no trivial later 00, Rogers, in a suit filed

pacifist. It shares equally in importance with mate- may support. Keep your eye domestic schedule, modernize qualms or petty domestic disturbances
on the ball; the quality of the utilities and equipment to get in the at Shreveport, La., asked the U. S
rial re-armament. Both are essential to our survival. work or service render per- way. District Court there
you to
mit greater leisure and free- \Velcome the limelight that appoint .
Moral Re-Armament strives to make men and debpunds to your credit, is dom of action. shows at social best. voting referee as provided by the ,
you ;your
noticed where it counts the new law, to supervise registrationand
nations incorruptible and therefore a bulwark 2-20-88-16-69-'-:228 You're in a definite upswing; in
most. The social pace is fast; voting nearby Bienville
against the advance of Communism in this country those associations are most partners' prospects are bright Parish (county.)

as well as other free that and VIRGO and you stand to gain hand
every country. rewarding recognize Rogers Asks Injunction
somely. But don't build
Moral Re-Armament provides strength for encourage originality, share This month and next marka cas-
tles in the air at month-end
Rogers also
high requested injunction
enthusiasms and ideas. point-in the current an
democracy. It is a continuation of the American your 540441373544TAURUS year. The emphasis is on per- or you'll invite a hard bump.52099l7229 against the voting registrarof

Revolution on a world scale. With it, America can sonality, romance, : the.parish, Pauline A. Culpep-
money-
go on the offensive in the world war of ideas. -, the thirst for social or busi- white per, and citizens'two groups councils of so.called
AQUARIUS to prevent
I believe the choice that confronts America is: -' Keep schedules up to ,date ness adventure keeping you Ingenious i ideas may be them, by "illegal acts and prac-
on your agile toes. The "
Moral Re-Armament or Communism. ; to avoid confusion or strain. mon- turned to practical account, tices, from "pruning" Negro
ey problem may prove a hurdle voters from the parish registration
Don't m a k e confidantes of but with family when organized, and costs and lists.
the people keep cooperation worked out with
wrong ; your and a of expenses are The department's
resurgence complaint
ADMIRAL WILLIAM H. STANDLEYFormer more radical ideas to ')"our- fidence and con- judgment. Financing if needed charged that 560 registered Negro
self until the climate of energy, you can
opin- be obtained when
get around obstacles find may voters haVe been removed, leaning
Chief of Naval Operationsand ion is ready to accept such ways and means to make, the you've all the facts in hand only 26 Negroes on the registration

United Stales Ambassador to Moscow innovations as you may deem kind of splash that sends and can prove: yourself a solid lists and eligible to vote.
advisable. Entitle moods personal stock your .risk. Here is where you may As of March 1, the complaint alleged -
to a new high.
and behavior contribute to cash in credit 5,143 white
on a good record persons were
tensions; you' v e 0 important plunge Figure the in angles before you ...:--__.- __. listed on the rolls as eligible
speculative' invest- voters.

i ; ; *::: : r" f ; ; : projects affecting under long-range consideration securityand ment; take" only the "calcu- with debts and commit- Meanwhile, the complaint went
.::'f : ..: .roo discretion is lated risk. ments under control,and plen- en, records showed that the total
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l necessaryto 6-90-66-15-53 -696 ty of collateral or accumulated number of whites of voting age
bring them to successful
fruition. savings to justify cautious in Bienville parish-was 6,120. while

THE STRATEGY IS BEING WORKED ,OUT at CaUX tO 0-.13-17-2.t-lg.1 LIBRAWe expansion. Negroes of voting age totaled
3 60 55 14 37 365 4,475
have yet to see a set- -
launch a new way of doing things for the entire All that
up so favorable, with nary a the. complaint said,
world and to attack the root ills. Caux on our soil GEMINI wrinkle in the whole stellar PISCES made a "pattern of racial discriminaUon"

is a unique instrument which has changed the con- You're in high spirits, picture. You've the green. Things may have been developing pointment cf evident an unbiased, and the voting ap

duct of men and nations. bursting with competitivedrive light-to pursue an exciting so fast that some referee necessary.Clarendon.
love affair, put trained' tal- confusion or a physical let- -
Our follows ; every idea you put in .
non-committal
country a policy in "
:irculation give birth to two ents or skills on display, promote down is understandable: Don'tforce
international affairs. On the ideological plane the the tits month County
now. You could sell anything -. prospects of gifted pace ;
however, neutrality can be dangerous, for refusalto and make them come children, make wise propertyor take advantage of the retrograding Under

fight for what is right plays the enemy's game. ack for more. Don't wear security investments. Mercury to check ... Vote ProbeMANNING.

yourself out on side issues ortake 7--0--22-18-98-752 I' back on points that may have .
In the past our country's fighting spirit.was its S. C. The
been overlooked
on more than you can to go over FBI last week reportedly approach-
strength. We must not allow these military virtuesto accounts to iron out in
Deliver, or you'll trip yourselfup SCORPIO snags cJ members of the Clarendon
be. killed in us by greed for profits and an easy the second week. Make Here is where the piper has your progressive or :ambitious county voting registration board

life. i plan figure expenses in ad- to be paid; the bill .collectors plans, to figure new ways and !in carrying out an order by the
are out in force and means to accomplish the results Justice: department in Washington
and hew. to the line. you'd
vance
Frank Buchman o.ur ,
;; ,who is linked with countryby better be desired. Then to investigate charges of discrimination -
Base choices on permanent, ready to render an you may in
family ties, has said, We need an idea in the not transient material gains. "' accounting for the way you've proceed, the last week, with in'lh<" area.Vihde'State vcling. against Negroes

head and an answer in the heart; as well as a gun 870331135873CANCER managed the gifts and resources full confidence that you're on Sen. John W. Green

in the hand. ... '- so lavishly placed at the right track, headed for of Clarendon was busy defending
disposal. Control tongue .- sure and steady material advancement the cnmty against the alleged
1 long that our whole people should 'face'realistically your rcsularilies the FBI contacted
P.
High-flown notions need and temper the third week,
the forces which confront each other 1--40--44--13-73--1'14 T. Eradham county court clerk
editing the matter what the -
common-sense no provocation. in connection with the investigakm.
today, that we'draw from our traditions a relentless first week to permit the favorable Be careful around com- : He was referred to Miss

determination safeguard at all costs the freedoms conditions that follow bustibles or machinery and 0. FJcride:: Nelson and J. M. Turbe

we' inherit. to work to your advantage. mind the safety rules while vine members of the registration

Better your job; improve re- traveling. : bczrd.U. .
S. A'ttjr. Gen. William .
lations with co-workers; serv- 440ii- -81--441 ers who ordered the Ro*
vice where it's most needed investigation
.send or Bring Your New said the government wants to
( GE'NERAL ; _brings a sure reward. Prop- SAGITTARIUS know why so few Negroes
\" HENRI GUISAN erty deals favored, but con- Except for minor differences registered In Clarendon and Me.in

!' Wartime ;: clude negotiations and com- with partners or family, !. To TheFLORIDA Cormlk and Hampton counties,

Commander-in-Chief of the Swiss Army mitments for home improve- and the strains attendant upon the ether two areas under invwtl

ment, purchase of supplies, financing holiday pressures, goodwill ation.then they constitute so
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0 Mercury build steadily to a total
turns retrograde the last tide week of harmony and en- population in each .
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Stork Street Boy.Mr. CALENDAR EVENTS

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I.pd, 4238 SouthKoaer DISTRICT IS OF SECOND BAPTIST CHURCH: wlfl Deliveries tor BIBLE VERSE TEA Sunday at 4
Bd. PJXL. ia the booat Boy.Mr. .
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Mr..aad Mrs. Samuel Jackson 1237 Hart SL
aad .... IILl tea
1HZ GOODWILL 8ZWINO: CIRCLE Wffl> have its SBSSSl
Glass,637 Jeeele St.* TEA Smdar at 4 D... ia the. home of MR. Ala MRS.
Bey CHARLIE/ ; EDMO.NSON.' 2017 w. ista st.
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+ : I, t j jj O=U.. 1309 ?. 3oth. Mr. and .... John9rtersn RAINBOW DISTRICT TEA' 17 rf DAY SPRING BAPTIST win sponsor a
( Sunday at 4 pjn.. ia the educational tmfl ny_
Street. Girl. 790 lut57th. Mrs. Geneva P. Guyton will be the speaker.
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1&- anel Mrs. Albert Street, Bey.
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,;, ; : THE JOLLY GROUP CLUB will sponsor its annual SUMMER -
-' Vatert, 70 South 5th Mr. aad *a. Larry TEA Sunday from 4 to I p.m.. at the Brooks Prayer
.. w House on Tyler St.
...Street Boy.Hr. '
: : < ttp as.8215. Phoenix
f THE LADIES AUXILIARY 23 to the NATIONAL Ai3OCU-
/We ,.. IIJY: .....,. trf !1; ., ." and Krs.Viiilam ATeaae, Girl. TION OF LETTER CARRIERS will observe its 54th anniversary
r:("; : vita s MUSICAL TEA
; Jones. 1970 r. 5tU Mr. and JIr..a aa- Sunday at Walker Vocational school
9ta and Myrtle Ave.. from 4 to t
,* ; :; Sweat Girl. iel *rl&ht, Celt p.m.
.. ., 1"'" : Court Olrl. THE SENIOR MISSIONARY SOCIETY .OF ZION HOPE
.. .E... and Mrs. l.B.
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't1 r.-. BAPTIST CHURCH w1I1 sponsor its annual FELLOWSHIP TEA
adI '-' 'Wo' 1cmbnlc." $t. g lox 1/aCs'ar7. Mre.Johflnle Sunday at 4 p.m., in the home of Mrs. Lois Cab 1257 W.
: ; 126 Irts .,. 14th St. Mrs. Susie McGraw of Mt. Ararat Baptist Church Will
:. 'J 1019 D. Girl. be the speaker.CHOIR .
... Boy.Ll7.740.
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I A nay .f the P.M C.> e < ;' ::': 7"4' \\ b17. 226 Olaule' .,. observe its 29th anniversary Sunday at 3 pjn.
to these > Ot.E. BledC .
outstanding' ; ,
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A"'unl' wh. .k younf. ..... ," Girl. I
m wr ,, MEMBERS OF THE IRIS GARDEN
tt loiee CIRCLE
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: country end our community, '!I' ;: "'. their annual GARDEN PARTY sponsor
the
on lawn
e better 1I I.ce |I" which t : '."" 1 Mr. and Mre. Bebert W. of MRS. LUCILLE:
livo.fr s_ : ) : -; and toe. Botert' SCOTT tn 17th SU June 24. at 7:30: pm. Members hm
,,. ,.,.. ""' ,._:t.r. ; ., ; --, .' Oroso P.O. Box 'IB 7, latin 1680 t....rlac been asked to wear bats made of flowers from their lardeD
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: Ti* -.rrlap of kiss Barbara Jean Davie, "-

: danhUr of It'.. flora Dart, and 11.IIore

; fetkini. ion of Kr. and Mrs. Xlwr .U1nl

vat ielesnited ion n St. Plui Catholic. Qnrch

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!he, veddlng reception held In the

Dan- how. 1425 V. 10th. Street.. '
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Senior High School -
; SHIRLEY ROBINSON '

Shirley is a member off Waters College

th. Senior CI...., She If: -
ih Praidtoi of fro Ca-W I w a a .;a:: I
mra Club. Tic precSdoai K ; =,
of her homeroom, an honor | ',,,
Sradeni and member
a 0
Zion.Hope BftptUl church.J) MRS. M. C. COPELAND has returned to the city after : ,, : : ON BECOMING A .
". ,, ., attending the graduation exercises of her nephew. FRANKLIN : :
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T I.," y"tc ,''' /' .'. CLARK who graduated from Northwestern High school in F
Miami with honors. Mrs. Copeland was the house guest of her
o c. : ; brother In-law and sister the REV. AND MRS. E. J. CLARK.
.1' Young Clark plans. to enter Bethune-Cookman College in Sep T

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MRS. MARIE GREEN- WILLIAMS of Lowell. Ma&s.. former. 4-YEAR
INSTITUTION
M .. Iy of this city is spending her vacation with' relatives and
'" 'J.> friends. Friends are making her stay enjoyable.
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MRS. CLEMENTINE HARRIS AND HER MOTHER. MRS.
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\ ; > extended. vacation trip that will carry them to several far western -
\;.10:........., '..,9J"'ftt t ',,> 'v: states. Their lirst atOp will be NEW ORLEANS. LA..
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i where they plan to spend several days and from there they .
t Win go to CHICAGO. ILL. and on to LOS ANGELES. CALIF., : '
RONALD RAINES While in the state of California they win visit SAN FRANCISCO. 7 Our Best Wishes.
I New Stanton Senior BEVERLY HP-T.S. PASADENA. SACRAMENTO. SAN DIEGO >,- For '
High School AND ON TO SALT'LAKE CITY. UTAH. From here they plan .' 1 ..
; Ronald a member of to.visit the state of Oregon. The complete tour will be made : '' :'
I h. 10th grade clau. He !* in six weeks. Mrs. Harris is a teacher at New Stanton High ..
active members of St. Paul AME Church.
school and both are
h.
president of his homeI -

and planned to hoi THE IRIS GARDEN CIRCLE will have its annual GARDEN '<
I com a scientist. LAWN PARTY on the lawn of MRS. LUCILLE SCOTT. 672 .
W. 17th St.. June 24. at 7:30 pan. Members are wed to wear A Successful And Service
hats made of flowers from their garden and to also bring Outstanding
r ". .t guests. The president. Mrs. 'George, Morrissette. has requested
r that all members be present as this will close out the circle's

I L"', %a.:y, y" activities for the summer. Please bring a covered-dish.

j I r ;iI MEMBERS OP USHER BOARD ,1 OF DAYSPRING
BAPTIST CHURCH will sponsor their annual FELLOW.
I. S* SHIP. TEA Sunday from 4 to C pjn. at the Wilder Park
"1.' Recreation Center. 1236 Mt. Herman St. The president. Mrs. ",' '. To Education
I Annie Bell Cross has requested members to attend a special .., ,
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tj ; .
,I. ::.......:.-.,---- .+'.;/.-.;..,.,..14..-.d.on.;.-...... meeting tonight. at the church-to complete plans for this tea. :.,.;{., .,;,, .. S S.

j DOROTHY McCRAY j THE ROYAL PALM SEWING CIRCLE will sponsor a Tea k4CCIO
,. il I New Stanton Senior" 5 in the home of MRS. EDITH MILNER.. 1502 W. 8th St.. Sunday .. :', ..'.
at 4p.m. :;::; :
School
High ,
I WILLIAM BROADWAY Pepsi Cola Dealers w ..
had wonderful trip to NASSAU. BAHAMAS.. After spending F
1 t Pepsi Cola Bottllag OMB' eight day. in Nassau enjoying the many .sights, there he returned -
pan? are proud to nhrt) to Miami where he spent several days visiting With
.. Dorothy: of the 12th grid) > friends. THVERSARY
class she Is a member 03 > CHOIR 2 OP ST. PAUL AME CHURCH will sponsor a
the New B t h.l AM% FELLOWSHIP TEA July 10th in the basement of the church,
: from 4 to 6 p.m. Matthew Davis is president and.Mrs. Maggie
Church and plans to mak* Aaron is program chairman. a.,, /1PIN1
Nurring her career. J ( 0 alU 1k

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I SPORTIN G IT UPAM 1 = 1 .a: u PORTS I Effects. Integration, In Death Archie Moore NextBOSTON


BY C. PARII! JOHNSONwith 1 SEATS'
I.OIUSVIIJ.K. Ky. c.'Nr. -
Rudell Stitch the Louisville! boxer title matches. He had just cam
1 A0VV//V Paul Peeler who
I AhtEL.i AN 8uS'VE5, frE-PS who lived and died a hern. plelod tours of Australia and Ha -
}; RUDELL STITCH died the day speed in the stretch to via { Wednesday. June 8. became the waii. successfully defended his portion
before he was to have signed a the $150.900 Belmont stakes in n-,< t't GERALD FRANCIS first member of his race to be He drowned in the Ohio of the world middleweight championship
was
I 2:29.3.5 for the mil and half.: I t COLEMAN JR. : by gaining a split decision
contract to meet t the No. 1 welterweight a JOINED buried at the Central Presbyterian
1 which might havo led ',_ ': ) 1 THE NEW OO. )A/s EES IN River while attempting: to rescue over Sugar Ray Robinson last
': l I9 WHEN LA::'EY STEN.ELi church here.Funeral Charles I* Oliver, IS. a fishing Friday night declared .'It's definite
to a championship bout. Stitch -
l of Louisville drowned last week New )1 ., \W I ASSUUEP OFTHECLL'P.A THE 1A1vAcEJP A FKt'>HF.ELPINV services for Slilch. who companion' who had accidentallyslipped that my next fight will be for the
Welterweight .. drowned four days previously in into the rushing waters' between
title"The
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in the Ohio River after a futie! I I ;r r '
1 t ,., -. Jo.E'loTOftEtS WITJI A.9s0 his second rescue attempt in two a dam-and th,.- riv'r. Officials Pcndcr. of Brook-
I effort to save a fishing compan /l t 'l t AVERA&E. AFTER years, were to be held at I he Hope have since moved to bar 29-year-old from
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ion. His manager Hl'D' BRUN- Champion NamedBoxerofMonth I A&hy PfO CAAfAtiH IN line. Mav. received the
j NEB revealed that Stitch! who \\H4H HE Hlr.287 JERR HAS Presbyterian church where ,ht further fishing in the area. The both Judges while the referee favored
THE SECOND WINNER OF elder. llowe\er. it anticipated distance
N..l1EO was an was tragedy occurred only a short -
was 23 years old. was to have I fUTH AV AKf>FOR utS -
THE BABE Ray Robinson.However .
r that The crowd at the funeral from the spot where Sillch
signal for a July fight here with I, OUTSTANDING VVOCiP ERIES1i -
would be Inn large for the referee Jimmy Mr-
I.US RODIUCUKZ. Stitch had ,E FXMNCEAa.NySTTHErIILLIES. successfully risked hit life 'to rescue '

r a title shot blocked last December PROVIDENCE R. I. (ANP) J' Hope church and the funeral was a white man about two years Carron explained he had taken
"some
when it was discovered that Benny (Kid) Paret, two-fisted / ( shifted to the white church. ago The art won him the Carnegie points" away from Fenderfor

1 he had! a cataract on his right Cuban who wrestled the welter According: to the Rev. T.E.. Foundation's medal for hero "raldjit persistent use of short the clubbing back of
punches" to
Allen. Stitch's' pastor at Hope it
In the0 before weight ism.
eye. years championship from fading : Robinson's head in the clinches.
that hi had fought his way from Don JorcVn on a 15-round decision was the first lime in hit memory Riles for Stitch and Oliver were Pender.Ux> weighed triO poundsto

the Golden Gloves to the No. 2 recently last week was desig- that funeral services for a Negro held' at different' places Wednes', Robinson's 1S. !$. said he could

ranking by the National Boxing nated boxer-of-the-month by the were ever held at Central. How day. but they were both buriedat come in at 168 against Moore."I .

A.aoeiation..In recent days National Boxing Association In Its '\" ever Negroes have occasionally Eastern ("f'nlrfphils' \'.
it's definite I'll shoot for
the United State! mail service monthly ratings. worshipped at Central the pastor --+- say
has delivered letters to some 40 Rev. Arthur R. hall said. ,.." " the light heavyweight title because
Paret was chosen over three I A u.s.h1ARuvE CZP80SWER many people doubted t was in
husky young men around the PILOT IN Y&RLP I:.vlr; Rev Hall had high praise for
other boxers who scored impres- earnest when I announced plan
country Inciting: them to report I ON 57 0t1fl4r..MSOvS.. Stitch as a churchman as well as Tony Curry Hurt my
sive upsets during May. They were earlier. I about $300.004
f w .iERJ.r 1145 RECALLED TO DUTY elderat can get:
to'Dyche Stadium In Evanston. sportsman He said that as
Candy McFarland, who upset Jor 1 FOR DUTY IN THE PREAH \\AR INIICH PORTLAND of while winning the crown from
-Tony Curry
in. 21. .-. The letters Rudell also elder "in
July
on 63 AVSS/CMfS. Hope was
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were signed by OTTO GRAHAM dan in a tuncup bout; Hank Casey # r the whole church" for life. the Phillies who Is one of theouldaDdi.ng Moore." And rmure I can beat
I who beat the highly-regarded Hen- l him.
rookies In the Na-
J' who for the third straight year The No. 3 ranked welterweight
ry Hank, and Eddie Perkins, who loNG THE FIELD tional League this was Injured Johnny Ru('kley. Tender's manager -
will san as head coach: of the ADMIRED OFF FOS contender at the time of his! death. year
All Slars football squadIn thumped Paolo Rosi. HIS EXCELLENT TASTE WyMfiVS WEAR la the Phils-Portland Beavers added. "That's the fight-
College JERRY IS NOW \\'ESTER.N SALES Stitch a native of Louisville, was! with Moore .\V> are not in the least
Its annual meeting with the Changes in the monthly ratings y MANAGER OF THE VAN HEUSEN one of those considered! in line for exhibition contest Monday interested Gone Fullmer"
National League pro char dons meanwhile, pushed Eddie Machen 'FtEA5Li EW'EAR OMSICN "OCLD night in
(Baltimore CoIl). The game, down to the No. 4 spot among the FAMOUS MANUFACTURERS OPL. The .336 hitter pulled a muscleIn Fullmer who defends his section

scheduled for Friday night Aug. heavyweights, and former champ. &U FOR REHEAR THE ANERAN AND FUKjiiSHlN&S.\1ALF. Satchel Paige his left leg rounding first of the IWVpound)( title, .is rrcoji-

12. In Chicago's lakefront Soldier ion Sugar Ray Robinson 'to, the base, on a double la the fifth Inn- nixed by tin National BoinJ.s
Field annually signals the No. 6 slot in the middleweight di- .. InK lie aggravated It chasing a sociation : !:.\'. and Mass. call

start of another football season vision. Jordan was all but pushedout Wants Another line drive that became an Inside- Peeler their champ.

TOMMY AARON young of the top 10 in the welterweight Don ,Jordan Loses D. C. Now Admits the-park home run In the sixth

brother of Hank. Milwaukee'sstar class. He was moved backto At Inning, Queen Honors Athlete

outfielder rapped a double No. 8. Title And PurseLAS Negroes To All Fling MajorsSatchel Curry was out of the lineup
and three singles while pacing four days last week nursing a BARBADOS B.W.I. ,hertnnWeckcs. ;
YMCA BranchesWASHINGTON. Paige the dean of baseball world-famous West Indian
Cedar Rapids (Three) to an 8-3 Wins 'NYU AthleteOf side Injury sustained In a collision
pitchers and one of the most cricketeer. l'i among those hon
triumph over Des Moines. VEGAS. Nev. with Joe Koppe, who broke
The Year' AwardNEW Don Jordan who was stripped of (ANP) The fabled performers in the game, hit hand during the club's last ored by Qwcn Kli-abcth: If, vln-r
Central branch of the YMCA here is yearning for antoher fling at the she awarded Lirthday honors last
Brown And Paret Get YORK ANP- his title by Cuba's Benny Pa- home stand at Connie Mack Sta-
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ret in their recent championship has quietly lowered its bars to major leaguE's.The dium.
Fight Offers In N. Y. Tom Sanders. captain of the New bout, also lost his $85,000 purseto accept Negro memberships. This veteran Negro hurler, who Weekes was, given the Order of

York university baseball team his co-managers, it was reported was revealed by David A. Sawyer pitched for the pennant-winning ,," ," ,." ," ,," the British llmw're.PHOTOGRAPHS: .
NEW YOR N. Y. during the 1959-60 season, has been
% here. executive director of the Com Cleveland Indians in 1948 and the
Both Joe Brown lightweight charn awarded the NYU Alumni Federa- Louis Browns in the SO's,
Evidently when "it rains it missioners' Council on Human Relations old St.
pion, and Benny Paret of Cuba tion annual award as Athlete of pours" for ex-welterweight champion declared here last week that he FOR

recently crowned welterweight the Year. Don Jordan. Speaking at a luncheon meetingof believes he can help some of the

champ, have received offers for Sanders, who will try out pro- Not only did the Californian lose the D. C. Chamber of Commerce major league teams with relief

summer fights here. fessionally with the Boston Celtic his welterweight title to Benny last week Sawyer said the pitching. Anyway, he is available, EVERY OCCASION
The announcement was made by in the broke tied eight Kid) Paret of Cuba in their
fall ( 15-
or council had quietly worked with he said. .
Teddy Brenner, local match .. .. .v .,.......... .
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maker. school records during his three round championship bout here recently the "Y" on this problem of segre- Paige returned home to Kansas r. : 1 Expert Photography

varsity seasons. but be reportedly received gation. "Now if apply for City after completing a barn
you Baxurtt t
Paret lias < Portrait Weddings
been offered -
George unanimous little or.nothing from the
He was the choiceof fight
membership there, will be ,admitted tour with Winston-Sa-
storming a
Erode you
v Fernandez. Griffith Sugar the ,award committee. purse and faced a duel with his S Passport &: Identification Photo
Hart or Denny Moyer. .. with all the rights of any tern team. He also pitched for the
ex-wife, Stella, for whatever is left. ,,; Photostats & Commercial Work
' Brown sin other member, he told the business Caribbean All-Stars.
chose between Carlos According to the exchampion'sadvisors 1
A & T Grid Photo. For Newspaper Cub
College
Ortiz and Lenny Mathews. Jordan was shortchangedin yien.The Paige who is at least S0. said
Star Signs With an agreement he made to end "YM" was the last institu- the Milwaukee Braves, for one. ;2 While- You Walt
Toronto Chosen For Montreal Alouetts his contract with co-managers Don tion in the District to open its could use bis pitching. "The Braves i Coloring &: Picture Framing

Nesseth and Jackie McCoy. It doors to members on an integratedbasis. need somebody like me! to relieve f'1.tj...:,} Let Us Take A Photo Of You

Light Heavyweight MONTREAL, Canada. (ANP) provided for Jordan to receive a A constant fight for these those old guys like Warren Spahnin .. t. :;t
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Championship Fight Harvey Stewart, former guardat flat $7,700 from the $85,000 parse right has been in process for the late innings when they {;F& In Natural Color -

North Carolina A & T college, The managers were to pay the many years. There have been conferences tire." he pointed nut. He said a J. AVERY

TORONTO, Canada.. Greensboro, N. C., last week training expenses keep the remainder and pickets and- sit-ins look at the box scores shows that

Toronto last week was chosen as signed a contract with the Montreal and go their way. and mass meetings all to no avail. several other teams also need AVERY'S PHOTO STUDIO

the site of the light heavyweightfight AIouetts of the Canadian Football But according to Roy Renard, Qualified Negroes have applied for witching help.
between champion Archie ( League. one of the advisors, the managers membership but their applications Any takers? 611 West Ashley Clara White Mlsslca Bid*
Moore and challenger Erich Schop- received $83,000 from fight, including appeared to be -lost until a few 0

pner, July 18. 100 Miami Shops $5,000 advanced for training weeks ago.Tennis. Phon. EL 4-7695 For Appointmentsdemand
which Jordan u.. Donan NamedTo
The announcement was made as expenses never Eugene

lawyers of-the two fighters signed Open Boycott Of Jordan received only $2,000 and ChampionshipGames Represent CIAA At
had to pay the training expenses.
for the
contracts fight.
t .Japanese Goods The deal left Jordan high dry To Be PlayedAt Tennis Nationals
Moore guaranteed $200,000and
was
MIAMI. June fThe and penniless, it was reported.At .
Schoppner of Germany $SO- 100 shops belonging to the Mi- last report the district athrney's Prairie View. A & M HAMPTON Va. ( .
000 for the fight, which is being ami Television and Electronic Eugene Donan of Hampton insti-
office here were being askedto
promoted by Dave Rush of To- Service Assn. began.a: boycottof .PRAIRIE VIEW. Texa The tute has been named to representthe f Those
investigate the matter. -
Japanese products today.A thirty first pa\ins! of the Prank!
ronto. spokesman said Japanese- It was an especially hard blow View Open Tennis Championship- Central Intercollegiate Athletic -

made radio and .television for Jordan, because he must either will be held at Prairie View .\.& Association at the 43rd American who
NEW YORKCelt parts arc used in tremendous seek a new manager of financehis M. College .n July 3rd andI:h. Tennis Association's Nationals d
Ash, an English-bred colt ridden volume in this country. Some own training for' the rematch Entries are flow being acceptedfor H. M. Neilson, chairman of (he _

by Bill Hartack, came through ,bear American trade marks. with 'Paret within 90 days. men's"singles and doubles, wo CIAA tennis committee announcedhere

Jordan has had bad luck in recent men's singles and doubles and recently. The ATA nationalsare

months. Knocked out in the boy's and girls' junior singles and to be played here on Hampton t1L'
fourth round of an exhibition bout Institute's tennis courts August
doubles. Players under sixteen ,
r (es-? by Frederico Thompson'the in Buenos Cali- years of age will enter in junior 15-20.
WHEN p Aires last December events. Donan, a 6-1 junior netter for
fornian was beaten by Candy Mc-
THE Drawings are scheduled at 8:00: Neilson's Hampton Pirates, is a
'U' Farland, an unranked fighter, in a
t. I.S I tuneup fight in Baltimore, lfd., o'clock July 3rd. Sunday t. Play native of Louisville, Ky. Playingin
last month.RECORDS. will begin promptly at 9 a.m. on the No. 1 spot for the Hampton >c

/ STS t the me'day. Handsome: 'trophise netters Donan won the CIAA sin-
? YOU are provided for each 'winner and gles championship at the loop's

lESS BROKEN runner up in each of th* event tennis tourney at Richmond, Va., KVA

For information contact W. J. May 12-14, beating Johnson C.
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Herb Elliott
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"THEY ARE 400D sub-four-minute mile in two weeks. View A. & :M. College seeded netter. in the tourney 6-3'-

Jim Beatty broke the American 6-3 in the finals to win the cow

record la the 5,000-meters, and Honolulu has built 30.000 new eted CIAA singles crown.
[comes! _since 1946.) .

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