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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:
July 23, 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
Resource Identifier:
aleph - 000581378
oclc - 02261130
notis - ADA9536
lccn - sn 83045218
issn - 0740-798X
System ID:
UF00028362:00570

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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:
July 23, 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:
UF00028362:00570

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Leads To Shooting To Match Demo's Plank


platform and one in sharp
Police are holding the operator of an outside poolroom In CHICAGO Negro contrast with that of the

connection with'the fatal shooting of a young'man Wednesday Leader Roy Wilkins challenged Democratic Party" Cobb said.

Af Xy following an argument over a broken cue stick. the Republican Platform He said he believed the Republicans .

The victim was Identified by homicide detectives Sgt. W. C. Committee Wednesday would formulate a

Barber and F. A. Gruber as Donald E. Harold, 25 known as "Joe Uto match the plank "of progressive Integra.
strong civil tion but not threatening-
P1a e" of 911 Oakleystreet.Jailed
mediate changes that would
I rights plank
for homicide investigation }., ..............r I.;:written into-.the destroy the relative compatl-
> s Is Benjamin Brown 63, the \ t i I960 Democrat. bitty (of the races) as is the
operator of the pool room at 1060 ,I ., I>tie platfrom. case south' of the Mason Dixon -

Florida Ave., according to the .. ,* Wilkins. line.
.Investigators. ,.. .
chairman of the
.Gruber and Barber said they ':" ', leadership
Students in the '.dult Hojseriaking Classes at Diwal County learned,.Harold was shooting pool b ": '. on conference civil- NAACP
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when
"Vocational High Scliocrl are shown making use or the skillszAcnuirod' He quit he the apparently game witnesses broke a said cue., ",>, (rights and

in the clasnos. Qthoi? comusesafJElane ,. Pee by the and started to leave the establish. I ]executive secret
Board of Public L i! WELKINS sty of the.Na'j -- Hearing
Instruction are _
Beginning akdvcedClothi --Brown cine Harold,.back to ..<', tional Associa--
Construction Bressria errs Tailoring,f Child Care discus paying: for the broken r- tion for the Ad..ancernent.ot.-:
and tick, the detectives add, and an "CoIoiedbo v ** 0-tedtkdAbf.!!;..;:i MODqa."l<
Development Food preparation and Table Service 'lore
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,Family argument ensued. Brown report. a platform subcommittee. Ii .i.
Relationships cnc! Hone F urnichin s Adults may enroll in edly shot at Harold's feet, then .: He said Negro and white .
shotlhe victim In his left I student sit-in demonstrators TALLAHASSEE -
those classes daily between 8 30 and 00 temple
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"are The Florida
1 a throwback to the first Supreme Court

\, -- ... -- Americans those who quick- has set a hearing for Mondayon

I I ened to outrage over injusticeand the move of a Miami

78 rection.who" acted directly ft cor NAACP leader to block thetgislatl'e
Negro

Congo Set to Call / Wilkins argued that the investigating committee's

BEITJAIIHT BROT71I federal government, which scheduled meeting
AskIntegration provides help In many other next Wednesday.The .
Pupils .held In shooting fields, has every right to provide Rev. T. E. Gibson has

I For SjvietTroops technical aid, grants and been directed by Judge W.
advice, and "moral leader.ship" .
to localities May Walker of the Leon Or-
trying to
... ', High Court desegregate public schools. cuit Court to bring the organ
LEOPOLDVILLE Congo Premier Patrice 1 ,J ization's membership records
Lumumba declared Wednesday he would carry out his fco rI "In effect the executive and
threat to call in Soviet troops unless the United Nations TAMPA- Seventy- Jurist Won legislative branches of his with him and testify from themat

Security Council complied, with his demand that all Bel- eight Negro pupils seek trans- f : government gave the Negro the committee hearing.

gian forces leave the Congo at once. fer ,this fall to Hillsborough : I citizen an empty doityourself But Gibson' attorney, G. E.

County schools reserved for "-i".l t HaltWASHINGTON Mixing kit all wrapped up In a Graves, asked the Supreme
Wintery smile '"
of
Lumumba told a news con skepticism, Court for an order snperted-
Lumumba who was facing white children Supt. J. Crock. he said. "Only the
ference he would not hesitateto mounting Internal criticism, ett Farnell said Monday. American has been required Negro to log Judge Walker's dJrecth'e.Tbe .
"make a pact with the Devil told newsmen that av special Supreme Court. Justice court will hear Gram'
HugoL. try to shape his
The group, he said includes 90IZAXD. HAnOLD"Joe' destiny with .
himself to achieve the immedl- cabinet meeting Wednesday five+ of the eight children involved .. Black Tuesday refused to his bare hands. This Is a monstrous arguments next Monday.Graves
ate departure of the Belgians decided to appeal depending Plato" block temporarily a New Or- distortion of elementary also filed notice that
on U.N. action to Russia for hi a Federal District .killed m poolroom leans .)chocl integration order Justice"
from this itrUe-torn former he intends to
Court suit to lower appeal Judge
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troop aid "with the full approval segregation J 'pending an appeal to the Fifth
Belgian colony. *of Joseph Kasavubu. barriers in the classrooms the detectives reported. UJS.Circuit Court of Appeals. Then, referring to the Walker'rorder.

here. Harold pronounced strong civil rights plank Judge Walker said that Gibson
was dead emarriva.1 'The integration order, which
Sharply attacking the "cap He spoke in the presence of adopted by the Democrats
at
at Duval Medical Centerat and another Miami
applies to the first Negro
italistic bloc" which he claimed Dr. Ralph J. Bunche, here as Several weeks ago FameD 10:20 am.Bid ., only grade their Los Angeles convention
was fully supporting "Bel representative of the United.. .saId that a large number of --.1- was issued May' 15 by Federal last week. Wilkins said: leader, the Rev. Edward T.
aaggression" against hiseowiby Nations, whose troop units have :.pupils had requested trans Pistrict Judge J. Skelly Wrightof "A Graham would be in contemptof
New sturdy yardstick .
Orleans. It becomes
Lumumba warned been gradually taking over fen. At that time however, to Stay effective Sept.6. has been handed across from court if they refused toanswer
anew he would appeal for military from Belgian units in this riot. ,there was no figure available Los Angeles. Surely, in the the committee ques-

aid to Bnsila and other I torn Africanrepublic. en race or the number of Negroes The Orleans Parish school, light of its own history, and tions as they had done previ-

nations of the Communist and MAN IS SHOT IN BACK seeking to enter white IntegrationSuitDenied ., board first asked the Fifth in view of the portent of our ously. The committee is Investigating

ro-AJ1aDb1OCL BY HIS GIRL FRIENDA schools. Circuit to stay the effect of times, the Republican Party. alleged Communist
the order but that court refused will not miss this penetration of the Miami
He specified, however, he 24-year-old man was shot Farnell said his office has opportunity
ie do to. Black also denied to make plain its commitrnents. NAACP.
would wait until the outcomeof
in the back in the.lower right mailed a letter to parents of "
a motion for a stay. .
Wednesday night's Security side Last Sunday after a: brief all pupils regarding school as Graham's attorney, Tobias
Council,meeting In New York argument with a girl friend. signment. He said the letter Federal. Judge Bryan Simpson After the case clean the Meanwhile, two Southern Simon of )Miami said he also
before carrying out his threat. police reports indicated. stated that requests.for trans- Friday denied defense motionsto Fifth Circuit, It could be ap- delegation leaders spoke con would bring his client's case
Diplomats at the U.N. saw fer would not be suit canine for fidently of a moderate Repub
judged on stay a Integra pealed to the Supreme Court. to the Supreme Court bat
Thurman Kelley, of 912 W. Dean
Lumumba's threat as an attempt race. lion of Volusia County schools and The parish school system has dvil rights plank and had not decided under what
to pressure the Security Duval Street said he and Miss The school board is scheduled to strike out portions of the bill about 50,000 Negro children. and. GOP inroads in the South. procedure.

Council into acting against Annie Mae Worthen went to to act on the requests pri- of complaint. 41,000 white children. North Carolina GOP State
Belgium. Pernandina Beach with some or to opening of the schools in Arguments on the Volusia school Chairman William E. Cobb He said that he could appeal

(In London authoritative members of her family and September. board's.motions were heard here and Virginia State Chairman Judge Walker's order or if
sources the beach to federal L Lee Potter charged that Graham chose to igncr* the
Western diplomatic while they were at The motion stay the
warned sternly that any outright he and Miss Worthen. 24 of Francisco A. Rodriguez, litigation contended that a petition Pf jury Charge the Democratic platform's power court directive and was
Soviet military ..interven St. had Tampa attorney for the National has been filed" In Volusia civil rights stand was too cited for contempt he could
912 W. Duval an argu-
boil in the Congo t could lead Association For Hie County Circuit Court asking for Dropped AgainstRev. strong to be appealing in the appeal both the order and the
to the gravest consequences). ment about a friend taking her Advancement of Colored Pro- an interpretation the Florida South. citation to the Supreme Court.:

to church. pie, said he expects no settlement school. assignment law and that M. L King .
Miss Worthen came home of the court ease this question should be settled before I J'heaf the solid Democratic .
WOMAN
IS STABBED
UNITED NATIONS brother-in-law' and the federal salt: Is argued. I Sooth are gone forever
with her Involving school Integrationthis The school board motion tosfrlke'wu.directed MONTGOMERY. Ala. Officials ," Potter aald. Be also ABOUT HER HUSBAND
N. Y.. '(Friday) July 22 victim came 'home with some- falL mainly at apart said that the Rev Martin Luther! charged that the nomination Mrs. Lucille Turner. 43, of

The U. N. Security Council one e1se..When the young woman of the complalfit asking that King Jr., would cot be prosecutedon of Sea Lyndon Johnson of 1330 Barnett Street was stabbedIn
Even if the Negroes
: today called on Bel .. got to 912 W.' Duval St. receive the board be directed, to jlimtnate a second count of perjury in connection Texas the "Democratic flee the chest last when
favorable heII.1d. Sunday
a court verdict
glum to speed withdrawal Kelley went over to car she any race or color factor in with his Stata income tax presidential choice was "win
the school board could she refused to permit her hus-
of its forces from, theCongo. was in and another argument final assigning pupCs to acl1oo _and .returns. dow dressing to lore Southerners ; *
postpone disposition by to halt its practice of aasigaing' | Grcuit Solicitor William F. Thet- and to take another woman
started About some money they appealing! to t higher court
teachers on a color hula.ppiat ford noted that the integration home. police reported. .
The vote was unanimous and had saved when they were living Cobb
said he had
spoleea The victim
stated that she
hdtew vita leader bad been acquitted of the
the Soviet Union w
resolution demanding ft, 72-hour' together victim said. MM eftmJ +d <* IDP ati... first count and said 1 don't think with many delegates on the and her husband met Mrs.

ulUmttua en Belgium to get When Kelley turned to go .* Isis. fi. r tTELEFHONE this -.A.sop this one Is *ny better." platform committee from out Thelma West, 33, of 750 State

troops out of the pqo.I back to his room his girl friend 1EGISTERHOW IOOTH: "A "utica' Her. King was indicted in Feb. side the there South and felt assured Street In the 400 block of State

climaxed a two-day shot him. in the back police .. two counts of perjury is connection was no strong
I The action c ffl t. which c.asrs.fi.ufsf. .r.sfea on sentiment to match the Demo Street and Mrs. West asked her
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meeting;of the 11-natk council reported. ,So Tok, i CIa Vote .,." .. with his 157 and MM Alabama crats on civil rights."We're husband to take her home.
marked by Soviet threats to send Sits. C. Garvin E. P.. Cor- i income tax i tuins. He w.w When she to it, the
objected
its own troops Into the crisis-rid ley.,L. A. Hamwey,and Patrolman '-- \ -, VISION *A C i drfi.. .d.ctM tr acquitted May 'B by a jury of U extremely optimistic -
den Oonr *. l ,!r. ..... at this point that we Will suspect stabbed her In the
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r l ,a.ti LOS ANGELES. July 12 Following Is the civil rights
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p; O.. Box ill. Jtetaonvfil 1f / plank which Platform Committee Chairman Chester Bowl 1
SUBSCRIPTION BATES read to the Democratic convention for Its approval tonight:
As we proceed with the urgent task of restoring America's
On TMT. S340t Kill Y.w. *J.OOi ThrM Moa.lha.'Sl.IO productivity confidence and power we will never forget that
Kiild To You. Aaywh r. Xa Tb Unliid SittM.mteoiptfea our national interest is more than the sum total of all the
: Plfgle la Adrian. Send Cluck or MCMT Oriar To: group interests in America.
IT.OHIDA 8TAB-P. 0. BOX 5I1-JACK80NVILLE 1. FLORIDA When group interests conflict with the national interest
it will be the national interest which we serve.
._ 1 On its values and goals the quality of American life
TEE FLORIDA STAB STANDS FOR: :'.t 1 depends. Here above all our national interest and our devotion
t to the rights of man coincide.
L NMTO T...L Democrats Led the Way
2. Mow N fro Poilc.Offton. Democratic administrations under Wilson. Roosevelt, and
9. Squad Can for !&. Ntgto Police Truman led the way in pressing for economic justice for all
4. Mow and B.iir School and Spttdlng Up of the ;' Americans.
But man docs not live by bread alone. A new Democratic
BolkUaj Prograa. administration like its predecessors, will once again look
beyond material goals to the spiritual meaning of American

Time For A Conference society.We have drifted into a national mood that accepts payola
and quiz scandals, tax evasion and false expense accounts,
soaring crime rates influence-peddling: in high government
circles, and the exploitation of sadistic violence as popular
Over Sears Boycott entertainment.
For eight long critical years our present national leader-
ship has made no effective effort to reverse this mood.

The day after Sears opened the doorsof The new Democratic Sense of administration Higher Purpose will -help create a

its new modern store a number of sense of national purpose and higher standards of public
behavior.We .
Uo uFLORDA ro citizens began telephoning tho shall also seek to create an affirmative new atmos-
STAR.ta pass on the informationthat phere in which to deal with racial divisions and inequalities
which threaten both the integrity of our Democratic faith and
no eating 'facilities. had boen the proposition on which our nation .was founded-that all
provided for Necro patrons and that men arc created equal.
It is our faith In human dignity that distinguishes our
they were being denied service at the open free society from the closed totalitarian society of the

lunch counter. GOVEHHHEMT 'EHFOPiCEHEHT OF COURT DECISION, T70TJU5 EimAlTCE U. s. Communists.The Constitution. of the United States rejects the notion
A telephone call to the Soars office LEADERSHIP: that the rights of man means the rights of some men only.

resulted in the setting up of an interview We reject it too.
... The right to vote is the first principle of self-govcrn ncnt
between Florida Star editor ric ::---- The constitution also guarantees to all Americans the equal

0. S1inp3on "another reporter and the Your protection of the laws.It .
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is the duty of the Congress to enact the laws necessary
local general manager Roy Harroll.Hegretably and proper to protect and promote these constitutional rights.
/ Mr. Harrell conceivod the The supreme court has the power to interpret these rights and
Guide the laws thus enacted.It .
idea that the reporters went in to is the duty of.the president to see that these rights are

"stir up a controversy" and despite By PABLO The: ASTROLOGER' respected and.the constitution and laws as interpreted by the
our statement that wehad gone to the Supreme Court are faithfully executed. t

management only to find out v/Jiat tjio WHICH ARE YOUR LUCKY DAYS rOR leadership What is by now the whole required executive is effective branch moral of our and governmentto political ,

store l s policy would be regarding food i i. make equal opportunity a living reality for all Americans.Will .
service to he refused to BUSINESS LOVE TRAVEL Provide Leadership.
Ile roes
u give As the party of Jefferson we shall provide that leadership.In .
us a statement for publication.Left every city and state in greater or lesser degree thereIs
discrimination based on color race religion, or natipnal
to draw our own conclusions we origin. '

wrote ',a story of the interview and ARIES 1 I LEO. SAGITTARIUS I If discrimination in voting education, the administration
Burn Nov. 21 -thru Doe. 21 of justice or segregated lunch-counters are the issues in one
Born
gave a report of conditions as we saw Born March 21 thru: April IB July 23 thru August 23 and be
The heat is not the only area, discrimination in housing employment may,
them. Shortly after that the local If you allow yourself to It is the others who are thing that should impel pressing questions elsewhere.
diverted the lure .o barking up the wrong tree you The peaceful demonstrations for first-lass citizenship
be
branch of the National Association by to
get from the hustle
away of this
and you will serve their in- which have recently taken place in many parts countryare
the Advancement of Colored People adventure, romance or speculation terests well and bustle of your everyday a signal to all of us to make good at long-last the guarantees -
as if
stopped into the matter-tbmw a pickot mixed you losing risk getting considerable aU you refuse to follow as yours their environment. Team up with The of time oaf has Constitution.come to assure equal access for all Ameri-

line in front of the store urging.oiijfcomora > up or\of (26th leads T h e'people to whom :your favorite companion and cans to all areas of community life including voting booths

to tsyout of the store,o.nl 27th).s Since U m a you money are incline .you are linked -are likely to find can just the spot where you schoolrooms jobs, housing Use and Full public Power facilities.To .
commune
later we are told, met with officials to chafe under routine job: have extreme ideas as it and the with nature The Democratic administration which takes office next
higher forces when
and endless detail invest seems to be up to you to January will therefore use the full powers provided in the
of the store for a conference that Keep them from living you are so inclined. The possibility civil rights act of 1957 and 1960 to secure for all Americansthe
gate the possibility of finding up
brought no settlement. to them. of placing your trust right to vote.
more interesting outlets fo I in the If these powers vigorously invoked by a' new attorney
But all that is water under the bridge your creative urges or talents 5.10--111L4 Leg 61 I method wrong is in person, causeor general and backed by a strong and imaginative democratic

and the FLORIDA STAR feels that (31st). this evidence and president prove inadequate further powers will be sought.
could
become a very We will support whatever action is necessary to eliminate
some effort should be made' to settle 7--309912-92139 confusing and expensive experience literacy tests and the-payment of poll taxes as requirementsfor
the differences that exist between the VIRGO voting.A .
Born Aug. 24 thru Sept. 23 new Democratic administration also use its full
soars management and Negro citizens in You have the desire 2L2216676( powers-legal and moral-to ensure the beginning of good
Duval. TAURUS may faith compliance with the constitutional requirement that
Born ,April 20 thru May 20 to extend a helping, hand to racial discrimination be ended in public education.
Let it be understood now that the a neighbor or relative who Want School Integration Plan
You be
taken
FLORIDA STAR is not may up with be CAPRICORN We believe that every school district affected by the Su
may confused
backing in its in wantor
up a secret love or hope and Born Dee. 22 lhru Jan. W preme Court's school desegregation decision should submit a
stand for equal rights and first class tempted to give it greater the victim of a wasted ex Although have all plan providing for at least first-step compliance by 1963, the
lit enee.You will be faced you the 100th anniversary of the Emancipation Proclamation.To .
citizenship for
Negroes but are : expression than have
ra
fully) you with the intentions in the world to facilitate compliance technical and financial assistance
aware that this stalemate at which we been able to do heretofore ther question as to whe- live up to your claims and should be given to school districts facing special problems of
have arrived in the It seems however as if youcannot you are doing the right promises, transition.
Sears situation is you must allow for
surmount the limitations thing to allow sentiment to For this and for the protection of all other constitutional

serving no useful purpose nor getting overridde your better juddg- unseen difficulties and developments rights of Americans. attorney general should be empow
anybody anywhere. placed upon you by obligations ment which could ered and directed to file civil injunction suits in federal courts
on the 27th.
to the It still is denial of civil rights grounds of
family, society cause to to prevent the any on race
Obviously the loss of not the ri gh t you rjenege. You
Negro patronage 0 ran unfortunate al- moment to cannot creed. or color.
is meddle with depend on anyone or. The new Democratic administration support federal
costing Sears thousands f lance. Be personal and
dollars with
o prepared mon
anything 'and commission
joint funds and even leess on ; legislation establishing a fair employment practices -
oath 'month, whether they can afford itor ey ind provisions should unexpected however resources; 'yourself, on the 27th when i effectively secure for everyone the right to equal
not and guests suddenly they should be opportunity, for employment.
the a
boycotting of the store where they are particularly fine intentioncan Seek Permanent CommissionIn
is drop in on you (31st). fully covered crumble before the committee civil rights recom-
undoubtedly causing some inconvenience 9 40 and protected. nightfall 1949 president's on
to 771764947GEMINI Continue to mull over brit mended a permanent commission on civil rights. A new
some Negro citizens who liked 12-50-.6615-.52-256 a
liant Democratic administration will broaden the scope ando
I idea
to trade with .that establishment for h_' on the 31st but d strengthen the powers of the present commission and makeit
one reason or another.Boycottsstrikes LIBRA not pe premature by reveal permanent.
Born May 21 thru June 19 Born Sept. 24 ing it to others Its functions will be to provide assistance to communities.
thru
Oct. 23
and other s i mil a'r The inclination L,70--331883873 Industries. or individuals in the implementation of constitu
actions be- to dissipateyour Meanwhile, you can tap tional rights in education housing employment; transportation -
may necessary at times t o mental as welll as physical your confidential sources of AQUARIUSBorn and the administration of justice.In .
attain certain goals but while they are: energies by assuming information and influenceand Jan. 20 ihru 'Feb. 18 addition, the Democratic administration will use its

in effect they create an unhealthy atmosphere too many roles or interests get them to stand by un- Everything seems to be full executive and to terminate powers to racial assure segregation equal employment throughout opportunities federal-

in the community, not withstands should not be.encouraged ill you can utilize them to made just to your order on services and institutions. and on all government contracts.
the damage that could be done this week. This is confirmed advantage. A serious -Problem the 26th-27th, but this may The successful desegregation of the armed services took place
decisive executive action under President
such
to the economic structure of that on the 26th27, when the arises on the 27th when be just. gold plating over a through Truman.
com- message clearly- states that advice -a n d statements are I worthless base. A retrograde To End Housing Discrimination
munity during the. time the- action Is in one goal should be selected undependable and your Mercury confirms that you Similarly the new Democratic administration will take

progress.The and all your strength and reactions negative. Make own no have nothing to lose, and action to end discrimination in federal. housing programs in-

oily rray.1e can hope to arrive at abilities. concentrated purely assumptions and turn every perhaps much to gain, by eluding To accomplish federally-assisted these housing.goals win require executive- orders

some .settlement of the dispute is to on ,the task of achieving it stone to unearth the truth or postponing decisions and legal actions brought by the attorney general, legislation and a

have a group of Negro leaders The suggestion or notion to facts to avoid detrimental evaluating exactly where .improved congressional procedures to safeguard majority rule.
repre do Above all. it will require the strong active persuasive
senting various groups meet in conference to be otherwise is very likely results. Listen to the voiceof you stand, in relation the and inventive leadership of the president of the United-StaULI'ind
with officials presented. on the 27th, intuition if you hear it. others with whom you may
of Sears and dis- and its acceptance will lead .3L5517J7135( wish to team up. The 31st

cuss the issues. only to frustration and love' may be rather surprising In S

It is our hope that the Sears officials labor lostA persistant idea SCORPIO tie sense that an unusual the strength

will, consider this invitation to a con returns on the 31st, but give Born Oct. 24 thru Nov. 22 experience which you had

ference with representatives of the it more time. Your hopes tend to these on the 11th may be repeated. for life. .

Negro community at a tine and place to L.2066-13-12-526 high as that to lead you into beievnig 2-._BO._M j4_IB 339 your ..
be you have the .
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agreed upon mutually.
CANCER green fight to drive right PISCES
Bora June 20 thru Jolt II thru jto their realization.Dismiss -< Born Feb. 19 thru March 20

Everything points to the this illusion before rtl Aa xdling or inspiring

f value of the positive steps becomes the cause of a 'set- development iraxuplro around -

you have taken' up to now back, reprimand or frustra the tSih-27ih and his G

and that they were Practically ion. You _are again made may be the beginning of a

dictated from on high aware of certain factors that beautiful friend s h i p. You
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You may be tempted to think stand in your way and o! should not squander your'

real otherwise and adopt an entirely I the need 0-f waiting until money nor affection on in

security different point of view next month before' you can dividuals who are not worthyof
on the 27th and that would I them when you are aware
be just too bad. Seeming overcome t h e m. Financial of the fact. Be more pence .

Be sureyou're outcomes on the 31st are considerations have to be tine late on the 27th. if you

,. i, still false alarms, but don't ::taen into account t and it feel you' are the victim of a

I. \ I would be prudent to see that schemer or of your. own Inner

.r.;I:.-: registered! fa give soon up due.hope. The. real thing they are disposed of prompt compulsions A financial "

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EDMOND PETERSON, ton of MR! AND MRS. JESSIE
PETERSON SIS Mtacn St.. left the city for New Bnmawfck. New
Jersey to vim for two week with his brother and mister. JESSE
PETERSON and MRS. JOYCE GREEN. He win also visit friends
sad relative to New York Cttjr.



THE WHITE ROSE SOCIAL AND SAVING CLUB win

Iponaot lit input SUMMER TEA Sunday. July 24. from 4 to
I P.SJ., at the Recreation Center on 3rd and Mt. Herman fit*.

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ALPHONSO BENNETT and daughter. ALZATIA of Chester.
Pa., are In, the city spending their vacation with relatives and
friends. They are the houae. guest of MR. AND MRS. PAUL tarts'
BENNETT. AND MR. AND MRS. N. J. BRYANT brothers and
sUtera-b>Iaw. On the weekend they motored to Live Oak to visit
their listen. MRS. HATTIE ELMORE and MRS. LULA BIMMONS.A .



MRS FLORENCE D. BROWN left the city Monday 'to enter sum (
summer school at Florida A and M. University at Tallahassee
to complete her beauty culture course. She is a member of3duedonia r r

Baptist church and owner of the Brown's Beauty Shop.



B. RANAE HARRIS AND EARL T. HARRIS JR.. children
of MRS. NAOMI AND EARL T. HARRIS are enjoying their vacation
with their father In Mobile. Ala. They are 7th and 8th trade
students and members of St. Phillips Episcopal church, serving
in the junior choir.




USHER BOARD 2 OF TAEERNACLE BAPTIST CHURCH will

sponsor a.SEASONAL TEA Sunday from 4 to 6 pjn.. in the church
auditorium. A program will be presented.



MRS. A. L. CARTWRIGHT of 1341 W. 23rd: St.. hu re- 4 t
.turned home from a two months tour of Southern and Northern i
California She reports having had a wonderful trip.' iL



MRS. HOWARD A. ROBERTS and daughter. ALEXIS were
eek-end guests of their family in this city. Mrs. Roberta te

the' former Gerri Douglas and is an Instructor in pharmacy. IittT17't
at Florida A and M University.



MISS ELEANOR L. MITCHELL, daughter of MR. AND MRS. 4 -I
J. M. MTTCHEL left tV alt amrrfay( for Philadelphia Pa., to -i -- hf
visit her sister. '$f\. C'r..? *:...APE WINSTON. M &<; Mitchell f si
is a rscer.: '. "-. e' i .cBookman Collciu ...11 is jus*
employed In the school sy,tem in Palmetto. She will visit New r
York and other points before returning home. I



SEAMAN SHIRLEY BATTLES of Naval Station. Arlington
Virginia, is in the city visiting hw" mother, MRS. CRESSIE
LOU BYRD. 6300 Morse Ave. She will return to duty July 25.



THE AME MINISTERS WIVES ALLIANCE held Its last meet- Mrs. Doloris Cows oa. ( top right ) David Burns, Mr.

to tog'(in r\"t'lor dune for two the summer and the following officers were elected ANNUAL PARTY--The Lincoln Golf and Country Club Bonita Gripper, James Shannon, lirs. Estella Lee.
years: Mrs W. E.
D. Akery. first vice president: Mrs. Gussie Welcome Torrence.president second; Mrs.vice C. was the scehe of the annual_ party given July 16 by (bottom left ) Mrs.; Johnnie Preston, Leroy Courser

King president, ; Mrs. L. S. Williams recording secretary; Mrs Myra D the Las Paloiaas. Social Savings Club. Enjoying this !\Irs. Mary Cowser, Mrs.- Mary preaton (bottom riglt )

assistant recording secretary: Mrs. Mamie.Bledsoe, treas- affair were ( 1& and Mrs. Holt Mrs. 7/ill.le \7i3Tia'msJohn II.
top left .
rarer; 14s. W. E. A. Harm, financial secretary: Mrs. Lenora ) Mrs. Eula I7alker,Mrs Letha ,

,Jones correjpondjnR} secretary: Mrs. Ethel Richardson parliamen Gervin, Mrs. Juanita .tilliams ,Mrs Rosalee Shannon Gripper.
tartan: Mrs. Estclla Jones reporter: Mrs. Callie Gibhs. chaplain:
Air*. Abiah Shehec. assistant treasurer: Mrs. Freddie Felder. -
organist: Mrs. Cell Bannennan. assistant chaplain Mrs. 1I
: Jessie D. PlannedThe
Williams, assistant organist. Installation of officers will! be held Sept. r Outings 2nd Baptist
7. at the New Bethel AIM Church. The Rev. Frank Jones will .. .
deliver the sermon and the Rev. A. J. Dayley will install the ofIjcll'l. i r6T-it! --.--. S.G. Baker Club of Mt.Olive .
AME church will sponsoran Plans
.Unit
-. outing to Jekyll Island July
31. The bus will leave Florida
MRS. MERCEDIA HAGANS is TNEJ=:T ; J ''A veniiB/J mnd*Odess*S*.tR fa Jn H, -'
convalescing
at her home. 2419 Tickets may be secured from bset Jance"The
Spcria St.. Magnolia
Gardens after undergoing surgery last week members of the club.
at Brewster Hospital.' Mrs. Hasans is a member of Mt. Vernon
Baptist Church: members of Beacon Light Chapter 133. Order of The Ultra Modem Saving and juniors of District 7 nf Sec.
Eastern Star and wife of Grover C. Hagans Jr. Sewing Circle will sponsor an outing ond Baptist Church will observe
to Jekyll Island Sunday. The its 7h anniversary July 24 at 3:30
bus will leave 13th and Myrtle at p.m. in the home of Deacon
8 a.m. Ticket may be secured and Mrs. L. H. Hall. 501 w.
THE LES BELLES ELITE BRIDGE CLUB met recently in the .
from members. 18th St.Some
home of MISS IRMA JEAN McINTOSH.: w. 16th Su to organize -D-
of the participants arc:
and elect officers for UtiO-til. The purpose of the club !is.to broaden 4 MLvt Paulette
Mrs. Janie Jackson.
the sodo-cultural horizons of college graduates and college seniors. The Sunday School departmentof
Malprcut. M i x Rcvvlyn Burroughs
The newly elected officers Irma .Waymon Chapel AME Church
are: J..McIntosh. president: Gerlieve
L Edward Williams Jr.,
Robinson vice president: Trellis S. Murray recording and financial -L win sponsor its'annual outing to
Miss Evelyn Thomas. Miss Bar
Little Talbot Island July 23.Buseswill
secretary: Ruth Williams and Jackie Patterson program chairmen; 1 1Q
bara. Ann Bryant. Miss Armclia
leave the church at 9:30 a.m.I .
Bettye Anne Davis. reporter" Annette ,
: Madison parliamentarian: y Bryant and Mrs. Francis Roulach.
Jacqueiyu Patterson chairman of program committee. The first
social event of the club was! a lawn party at the.home of Mr*. Trellis
8. MurVay in Cleveland Height on July 4. The last meeting was L
held in the home of Miss Margie Alveret. 1410 W. 9th St. Miss Virginia I Something New for the Outdoor Cook
Harper is the club's bridge instructor. ,



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MRS. IRIS KNOX of 1835 Davis St.. is ill in Brewster II

H ap1tal. She is a teacher at., Northwestern. Junior-Senior High .
School. Friends are asked to visit her. ;

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DAY SPRING BAPTIST CHURCH announces sick members as

follows: MRS. JUANITA BASS 'Brewster Hospital: MRS. ROSA ypn ,
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BROWN. 1728 W. 33rd St.: MRS. SUSIE C. EVANS. 1575 W. 33rd "
St.: MRS. MARY BLOOMFIELD. 618 Court H: RICHARD WATSON. A
1014 Laura St.: MRS. SARAH AVERY. 2808 Bogonla Drive; MRS.
OLIVA MC GHEE, 1318 W. 5th St.: MRS. MARY FUNEY. Mercy
Hospital: MRS. MATTYE GOLDEN. 1531 Louisiana St. ..MRS.LULA .
BELFAST. 707 Jefferson St.: MRS. SOPHIA JONES. 1537

Illinois! St.: MRS. REBECCA EDWARDS. Florida State Hospital: CLUB ay
MRS. ELLEN BRAGGS. 1341 Van Buren St.; T. J. JACKSON* ZIEET -. .:.These:

1556 W. 2nd St.: MRS. ZELLA ROBINSON. 307 Jefferson. .: Ladies Club held theIr Venetianne its

MRS. LELIA WELCH 706 Arch St.; ABE WASHINGTON.. 1726 and Country Club last weekly m eting at the Lincoln Golf
Ave.
Highland
Saturday. P r esent '
w. Lewis were I3rsHarrie tt
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AlMa
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w R. Atwater Cooper, !.Ira. .Jo"nnie E1 s Isis .Eliza
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:Irs. LoIs bin ans
MR. AND MRS. RANDOLPH'DOBY and children have returned H t Urs. Lola H. Courtney :

to their home in Milwaukee. WU.after spending: their vacation with .
their parents. MR. AND MRS. RICHARD DOBY of 425 W. 16th St..
and MR. AND MRS.HAROLD" GIBSON SR.. other relatives and i
frieads in Dayton Beach. Randolph is a graduate of Stanton High ".j .

School and the University of Wisconsin. He also attended the Engi-, Wedding Bells I
btorli All over America, cooking outdoors has become the pleasant-
steers Signal School in New York and is employed as an Electrical
Testing Engineer in Milwaukee. His parents were happy to have APPLICATION FOBMABBIAOB Deliveries est part of summer living. Anyone with a patch of lawn two
them visit here and made their stay enjoyable. square yards of concrete. or even a city- apartment- terrace.
LKXKSa now prefers to :entertain familyand
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MR. AND MRS. EDWARD friends with outdoor dining. days. So we suggest: for an especially
MR. AND MRS. JOHNNIE
MEMBERS OF ABYSSINIA BAPTIST CHURCH Theo. J. Green 1244 W. 16th BROWN. 4205 Etta SU Rirt. W. 'The equipment for barbecue good barbecue dish our
SICK are as FELIX. 1430 14th St. boy. cooking can be simple or as elab recipe for Herb Chicken. We hold
follows MRS. T.T77TF.. JACKSON. 1051 Palmetto St.: MRS. DILLIE St. 22 and Rosa M. Gaines, 2005 MR. AND 'MRS. CHARLES MR. AND MRS. ARTHUR orate as you please but a good to the theory that foods cooked
MAE Wn.cox. 2033 Morehouse'Road; WALTER MC QUEEN. Morehouse RcL, 20. BROWN. 1130 Steel St.. girl. GREEN. 1113 Stonewall St.. boy. starter for the tire Is an absolute outdoors should be simple and
;Y."F. EDWARDS. AND JOE MACK. State Hospital. Tallahassee Samuel C. Thompson. Jr., 1703 MR. AND MRS. ROOSEVELT MR. ANV MRS. CURTIS essential. Whether you use hickory good. Save the fancy dishes for

W. 2nd SU 24 and Elizabeth J. DESHAZO. 926 Oakley st. boy. BONES. General DelivCfy. 'g1rl lugs charcoal briquettes or more formal occasions'

\ iley. 743 N. 51..Court, 20. MR. AND MRS. BIRTHEL, MR. AND MRS. GARFIELD whatever yon need a Rood starterto
I ? Elmon HaUback, 150 Park SU EAGLE., 312 Goodwin St. boy. DAVIS. urn W. Monroe St.. girl. get that deep bed of glowing Herb Chicken
MR. AND M3S, W. C.GRUBBS heat.Now from the Sterno people :.hntllcm (about 2 lb each)
20 and Rosa M. Collins 141 Park MR. AND MRS. EDDIE LEE *
WHEN YOU ABE ILL maker ...
1821 Hocker1 of the "canned heat used 1 I.**!> .. Matt
You Stk Tla. But Doctor 8t.. 17.Willie. SU boy. JACKSON. 1349 Tyler SU girl. so murh in, home chafing dishes I. .-......... pepper
MR. AND MRS.EDDIE ROSE-
MR. AND MRS. BILLY DULL, and in 1 1..If1ft powilr thyme
better
When Your Doctor PnacribttGet D. Shingles, 83 A, Chel- 653 Lincoln a. boy. MONO 633 Lincoln ag 1.- information of restaurants.* conies \i 'tip (ft rid butt r nr margarinefrratfd
an exciting
Ex? ri.acd Pharmtrtttt sea SU 21 and Betty J. HaUback' MR. AND MRS. ORA RED- MR. AND MRS. GEORGE product. They hare Just Introduced new Juki* nf *jr Irnwm at 1 lemon

To Fill Your Pry 150 Park SU 17. DICK. 10SS W. 26th St. girl. 'HARRIS. 5439 Bunche Rd, boy. an absolutely safe charcoal lighter ',1 tmupmHi dry muntard

AccordingTo YOw DootWsfit. Arnie W. Tillmon, 1824 Louisiana MR. AND MflS. JAMESCLINCH. in Wild form known as fuel cubes. Split broilers and sprinkle surface
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SU 24 and Dean Phillips 1126 Tyler St.. boy. This is a solid concentrated fuel, with % teaspoon silt. % tea
u. Gilt .
MR. AND MRS. NED DREW. and conies packed an economical spoon pepper and tablespoon
.. -.*. Tfe.:Stat Qaility,Onft At 1516 Mitchell St.. 20. 2121 Flaceda St.. hoy. Send or Bring Your New 42 cubes to a can. You need only powdered thyme. Melt butter or
Da. C. B. Blttak David L. Cohen, 17 E. 49th SU MR. AND MRS. LEONARD In To TheFLORiUA four of them to start an average margarine, then add remaining
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25 and Katherine Middleton, 17 FOWLER. &07 Paws .In., boy. fire outdoors and they work salt pepper thyme and other in
E. 49th SU 24. MR. AND MRS. ROBERT fast- There is absolutely no odor gredients. Brush split chickens

3 REGISTERED &&HAHMACISTS TO, SERVE YOULEY'S Eugene Colson, 908% W. Bea- GLOVER.. 917 Hnsan SU boy. STAR to contaminate your food no with hot sauce, then place cut
MR. AND MRS. ::ACKIE smoke no danger of spurting aide down 'OD grill over hot flre.
21 and Merlin
SU .
ver Jones
JOHNSON 1612 W. Sth Su boy. flames. This new starter is so safe Baste with remaining sauce using
DRUG STORE 1133 Hart SU 17. Main Office & Plant in fact, you can even delegate V4 lemon on long fork or a
Alphonso I. Roundtree, 1712 MR. AND MRS. CLARENCE Junior in the family to start bunch of parsley. Cook about 12

IN7 Clkp Head ELgte 9-K7S Beach Blvd., 26 and Dorothy L. BRAZIL. 17W Everson SI, glrL the fire while Daddy is preparing minutes on each side turning
A COMPLETE' Williams, 1712 Beach Blvd., 27. 2323 MONCRIEF RD Ills food. with tongs. Serve with rout corn
LIKE OF AND MRS. JOSEPH
MR.
And speaking of food. chicken green .salad fruit and favorite bev
Cotaattet Rub rs' Goodt. Ctadto SsackietWttfCHIPTIONS James L. DeVaughn, 1727 West JOHNSON. ,1050 Mt. Herman St.. is plentiful and n good "buy" these erage. Serves 6.
CALLED FOR AND DEUVEBil Union SU 25 and Artie M. Hughes boy .
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ActivitiesThe
a.zr

JOHNSON-Den f orraorly
service Sunday begin with RAWOUrs.71111e. .
of Colin
the Sunday School at 9:30 aoxuwith Gn.DUTLER'Urs. .
Mao of 703 Court I
Superintendent David Washington Jossic
hi charge. The lesson wffl ..: BlodGett Homos of 534 State St.
_be reviewed by the Rev C. C.
Daniels pastor. DI3PREE firs Essie : KURRAY-V/illio of 639

The deacon win conduct the S. -- Y of 903 Tyler St. I Leo Street.
devotion at 11 am.. and the pas PARSON
Mr Annie
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of
KELLY-Mrs.
tor will deliver the sermon. Evelyn

District 2 wffl meet at 4 pjn.. of 1109 Julia St. 1053 17. 4th. St.
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In the home of Mrs. Alma Cody PUGHEddie ll.-\o of
1128 E. 27th St. The BTU wffl DUDLEY--llrs. Ella of
begin at S p.m.. with Deacon 4240 Lockhnrt Dr. 1751 Cleveland iStJIAINSuORTHLouiso .

Jonathan Smith in charge. The V- MACInathnniol, of of

I : o'clock.evening Again service the begins pastor at will( 100 East Union St. I 122 Ardoll Road.

A4 preach the sermon. The Holy '- ;-1, JOKES--Josephine of 1.tLrm--Bnby Lavorna

Communion will be administered. 1549 \!. irth. St.
of St. Augustine.7ATS01MIP3. .
; ORANGE George of
I Ella of

ZoO4cZ* Day Spring :: & rf I BURI 360 909 Y-Urs.Clay Street.Emma of CHAPl'ELLRobert 20G5 riaccda .it rt. of

Marcaret St.
I 2114 Caljon ",t.KEMNIGHT .
Women Plan'Observance

.' 'A tip of the, Pepsi Cop} SPECIAL OBSERVANCE--Dr. Mlahleni ITjianno of Durban,Union ,

to t"Ja e e* outataadtef who of South Africa and Roy ,.ilkin IIAACP executive
young American,. secretary
make our country and nfer'ulth Rev., A. Loon Loury, president, Florida State

our pure community In which a to better live. Conference of NAACP branches. Rev. Lowry presided at
I Annual women's day will be observed -
in Day Spring Baptist special public mass mooting in observance o f growing

.** .. .. day.Church Programs Aug. 28 win throughout be the African independence held durin/t_ recent 51st annual ,,1RAGP 4b .
presentedat
r;:: each major service. convention in St. Paul. Dr. Hjlsane was main speaker.

: ..> : .c Districts 20 and 11 win meet' He is visiti r' professor at Howard University, and formerly

Jointly Sunday at 3:30: p.m. at professor of sociology at University of Natal in the
380 Spruce St., District 7 will .
Union of South Africa. .
meet Sunday at 4 p.m. in the '
home of Mrs. Rosa WaWe. 1016
Pearl St. District 21 will meet Slates Meet in Bethany f
at 4' p.m. at the church District Bethlehem
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.d I 12 will meet at 4 pan at

Q02 Court E.
Ministers Deacons Union
District 13 will observe its anniversary Announces z
with 'a tea Sunday lr S
the educational building. Music The Ministers and Deacons union an auxiliary of the ErnanuplProgressive
will be ,furnished by the gospel Baptist Association; will convene with Bethany Baptist Activities

rfi ,chorus. Church. 1757.McQuadf St.. July 27 through the 31st. The Rev. E. '
A&socWion:1: will be observed L. Wilcox is the host pastor. The. Rev. B. W. Williams is the
STUOKTON July 31 with the Eastern moderator"The Rev'W. M. Smith i* president of the men's department Services for Sunday win begin -
CAROLYN District as host. Groups are: and Mrs.:Addle Hayes president of the women's depart jrith the Sunday School at 8;30ajn.

_ Nov Stanton Districts 15. 13. 14. 18. 1. 21. ment. : -r-" with Deacon Eugene Sawyer. .
't'rusteeBoard In S.
charge.
Missionary Society The program will.be presentedby I -p-
tot Sunday School. Choir 2, The sermon will be delivered by Morning worship 11 ajn. The _
Tribute is paid the entertaining church Wednesday the Rev. B. W. Williams. alternate
Usher Board 2, Choir 3 and Gospel Young Adult Choir and Usher
Carolyn ofthe, Chorus. at 7:30 pjn. The sermon the Rev. J, H. Jackson. Board 2 wffl serve throughout the
grpcle cl 12tht: will be delivered.bv the Rev. E.. The choir and ushers of Mt. Beth, "
a member of Special Services J. Norman alternate the Rev. S. I el Baptist will serve. The laymen day.The Bible school will sponsor a
Jazz'Club aet'Vest "Dollar Day" will be observed L. Thomas. The choir and Ushers I hour will be observed at 2:45 program in the auditorium of the
Sunday throughout the day in the of Bethany Baptist Church i pjn. At 3:30 p.m. preaching by church at 5:30 pjn. -tI. -tr

on the Invitation? interest of the .building fund will serve. the Rev. Joseph King alternatethe A musical tea will be sponsored .
Committee and attends drive., Thursday night a Singspuration Rev". L. W. West. All choirs by the Friendly Westside .
"God's Trombone" will be presented will be presented followed by an and ushers will serve. Ushers Union from 4 to, 6 pjn.
Net Bethel
by the Azelia Group July open forum with Mrs. W. M. In the basement of the church. '.
CHurch. 26 following the prayer services Smith moderator presiding. The junior.choir will serve. Invites You To Listen To
featuring Choir 3 of Zion Hope Friday night the inspirational ML
Calvary Evening worship 7 pjn. The S
:!* ********* Jean Baptist Odum.Church Verdell and Mrs.Jakes Irma will .address will be delivered by the morning sermon will be deliveredby "KNIGHT TRAIN"Starting
Rev. R. L. Wilson alternate the the Rev. A. Howard. The pas-
be guest soloist. Miss Claudia Rev. D. J. Jones. Thf chor and Choir SetsAnnual tor, the Rev. Mr. Anderson will
tr Jones 1 fe the sponsor.. ushers of West Friendship Baptist givf the closing sermon. At 7:00 P. M. Nightly -

Archie Dennis, former soloist Church will serve. .Usher Board 1 will 'observe its
of the famous Roberta Martin Sunday School will begin 9.30ajn. : TeaSenior 30th anniversary July 25 at <
Singers will be presented in a The lesson will be reviewedby pjn. in the auditorium of the 1400 WRHC 1400SUMMER
recital July 31 at 8 pm. sponsored 'the Rev. Mr. Wilcox. Morning church.
by Mrs. Carrie B. Sloan
worship will begin at. 11:30 ajn. Choir 2 of Mt., Calvary L
in the Interest ot the women'sday
celebration. Baptist Church will sponsor Its
annual guest tea. July 31 frtun
Deaconess Board 2 will sponsor Rev. Tanner' 4 to 6 p.m. in the home of Mr.
its annual outing to Little Talbot and Mrs. Leonard Gray.
Bland Thursday morning. The bus Usher Board 2 will sponsor a
will. leave the church at 9 a.m. Is. SpeakerFor
The Missionary Society will fish fry and barbecue Fridaynight
at the home of Mrs. Alberta
outing to Little Talbot
sponsor an .
Campbell. 2123 W. 39th St.
Island Aug. 4. The bus will leave RevivalThe
MARVIN V/ILLIA1IS the church at 9 a.m. Choir 1 will meet Friday nightat
8 pjn. for rehearsal. Usher
Mrs. R. Vaughn will sponsoran '
Duval Vocational
Board 2 will sponsor an outingto
outing to Little Talbot Island Rev. W. p. Tanner of Miami
American Beach Saturday. The
Brunswick Ga., Aug. 6. Buses r is the evangelist for the revival
i bus will leave the church at 9
Marvin is a memberf will leave the church it 9 a.m. i meeting now is, session. at ajn. Myrtle avenue and Kings
The event is being sponsored in Abyssinia Baptist Church. The
road 9:15: ajn.. Myrtle avenue
the 11th. 'grade the interest of the annual celebration. meeting will terminate Friday
and Moncraf at 9:30 ajn.
class Youx E3CCounci1Ond lien's night. The service begins 'with
District 17 will meet immediately -
church Choir .2 will observe its homecoming prayer meeting each evening.at following, the morning wor-
.
Aug. 11 in the home of 7:30 pjn.The ship Sunday. At
rganist. Hobbies Mrs. Alice Johnson 1425 W. 9th Sunday School chorus will
nolude books and St. Mrs. Dollie Ford of West meet Saturday at 5:30: pjn. for Choir 3 will observe its anniversary -
Union Baptist Church will be theguest rehearsal Choir 3 will meet at 8 July 28.in the auditoriumof
Science. speaker for the occasion.The pjn. for rehearsal. the church at 8 p.m.A program .
will be for theoccasion. LILLY'S DRUG ,STORE
fc wffl presented.
Celestial Spiritual Singers District 9 present the Sensational >
: *-t** and the Union Gospel Singers Gospel Singers and other'
will, be presented in a musical famous groups from Georgia in .Kcngs Rd. at Spires
program July 25 at 8:15 pjn. an after' service program July 31. .5
In the church auditorium sponsored AD districts and auxiliaries will '
by Miss Geraldine Jones. observe' a joint anniversary Aug. Observance .U3
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Tabernacle Inc. Planned inTabernacle ALKA SELTZER ,
Holy I TOOTH

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Sets General Assembly 25 tablet jar j f ,4 large family sizeRUMARUB

98cfor
> The W.E. Young Club and Willing NOXEMA 54c
The 12th general assembly of thi Holy Tabernacle Inc. win cone 'Workers Club of Tabernacle arthritis rheumatism
OPHEDEAN lAJOa vene July 23 at the Holy Tabernacl Church: of the Lord Jesus Baptist Church wffl observe,their '
Duval VocationalPepsi 1676 W. Ninth $t. with Apostle R. t. Davis. overseer presiding.ing anniversary jointly Sunday at 3 POCKET NSHADES LILLY'S
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Registration begins July 23 at pjn.. hi the church auditorium.
ft which time assembly. assessmentsand morning service at the The"'W.E. Young Cub.wffl sponsor WATCHES $2.98 59c UP DAY CAP M $3.49
Cola Dealersare reports are to be made. church. At J pjn.. Bible School a seafood dinner Friday evel11Dg vitamin! rninerals
On July 24. Overseer Davis and BYPU will have charge with In the home of Mrs. N. ,
proud to salute will officially open the assembly a program being presented. .. Golden. 1206 Van Buren St. a 100 .re

Carolyn of the, llth. [ at S o'clockThe Muter Keys ., Deacon Weaver Raley andajah the .. Usher Board: 2 will sponsor X-DRIN WEIGHT
She is will be presented in a recital Arnold will conduct "seasonal tea July 31 from 4 to 6 '
grade. a { sponsored by Deacon Richard BYPU at 5 pjn. Overseer Dava pm.. hi the church auditorium. REDUCER 98c
-- member of the Bool;& Watkas. Minister Roosevelt will deliver the sermon closingthe -
assembly at S pm. Choir 1 trial, size:
Club Sf udent Council Davis pastor of Holy Tabernacle
:' 3 at Dinsmore, wm be tb speak and the Tabernacle Chorus will
: SPECIAL I DRISTAN
and Junior choir* er on July 25. furnish music throughout the day. West UnionActivities
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Minister George W.tendon ST. DeaconessesWill BROWNIE NASAL ,MIST $1.19
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pastor ot Holy Tabernacle 4 at
*.* *, Ocala will be the speaker on complete Line Of "Hawkie"

iJuly 26. Missionary Jimmle L.
"Hendon. president ot the missionary Honor Jfair.AIds. CAMERAS .
$8.50 ,
The Junior choir.win meet Friday
Listtn to'Pepsi! society will be,hi charge of .
*' at 6 pjn. for rehearsal. District Combslobby 'Ideal! take
platform speaker/on July 27. Pins to along!
S win meet Sunday morning
usJ utst Friday July 28. the Deacon Board in Robinson after Nets on your vacationPrescriptions .
Hendon will morning. worship. '
charge. Minister 0S
HJttt. 10:30 to 11o4 District 6 win meet Sunday at 3 .rShpmp FILMS
again have charge on July 29. A
.
.. in the educational bunding.
.barbecue wffl be held on the lawnof Deaconess Boards 1 and 2. of Curlers rnrntg. :
For Phont District at
RoqutttsEL 10 wffl.meet Sunday
the church July 90. '
Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will ob-
2:30 in the home of Deacon
6-04 61-2 July SI. Bible School begins at pjn. cal
19 a.m. Morning worship at U serve a joint anniversary July 24S and Mrs. Brady Bryant. 2115 Me- Filled Paper cups and

with the deacons In charge of derotlon. at 3 pjn.: in the church auditori Quade st.EdUca.tlonal.- 5righteniitq Irons
day will be observed plates
Minister Roosevelt Davis
.WUl'be the speaker.. Dinner 'will um.The program is: selection.Choir July 31 throughout the Registered Druggist forksY
be served immediately followS 3; prayer Deacon H. Edwards; day. The crowning of "Miss West spoons
Union" will be main feature of
Scripture the Rev. H. T. Over- Always On Du}
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the day. thermos
street: introduction: of mistress of
Evergreen ceremonies. Mrs. Serina Pas-
quale mistress of ceremonies beach towels'SEALTEST.
Mr* Carrie B. Fields: welcome: Observance '
1 Announces address C. MCBrlde: response.
Mrs. EUa Singleton; selection: ,
choir reading, Mrs. Mazda Saf- Set July 24 :::-.. '. ; '
Activities ford} history ot board 1, Its. .. .: -> ij'- .
: Margaret Washington: history of :;" '- ICE: CREAM

board 2. Mrs. Nellie M. Smith; ,The &m ftfl&ry'and memorial ,
fair 1 vffl, meet Saturday at reading. Mrs. Annie Lobope services for the Lily White. Security assorted'ffavorsI I
-OoJa I ,.m. far rehearsal it the Solo. Mrs. A. Johnson: reading Benefit Aim win be held CANDES Pmts 3Sc'
charca. T&> junior choir will Mrs. Emmer J. Knits: instru- July 14 at 3 p.m. at the New Ji ,901. $1.is
,mfe( at S pm. mental solo Mrs.,Paulette Owens: Bethel AME church Second and ,FOR ALL
Revival meeting- wjI begfc reading Miss Margaret Otis: of-, Tyler Greets,. the Rev. Prank J. '
Medday: sight and continuetfcroofh fefisg. Mrs. A. Benton and Mrs.A. Jones pastor.An We eo rrY a widet cssortrrient:

r Jfet. a& Tbi Rev. wa Williams: }{girds of apprecia members- of tie Jacksonville of MORRIS gift-box candies '
.ter ...... h pastor of Mt a'MM ties Mrs. Flortne Benton: remarks and East Jacksonville Districts -:
BaptHt.Arch will be tea by the pastor the Rev' are to be present In fun fret H_ iw Drifcry CaU EL34274orEL3-8277: (

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B.) mmamaam BY (. PARIIMI OH'L'HARI .
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EY TIDWEIJ. tlu> NCAA The Milwaukee Braves', nowever.
from Kansas rnlvwriy are acting like they might be touch
sprint ling
i > : who was forced to withdraw as the year wean on. The Pirates; A Carry U. S. Hopes In Rome ;

from the> Olympic trial because from Pittsburgh. of course are the' 4
looking for- fturprtae.of the year. and they don'tlook
dill
k Js. I*
of sire -
like folders. Still there Is
wari to ming RAY NORTON. ty of ball yet to be played.It plen- PALO ALTO, CiL- Twenty-one Ray incidentally, was the individual hop, step and jump competition.
s, winner of both tprlnts 1 -100 and could come down to a race be- t colored athletes won trips to Rome standout in the weekend ei- Ira Davis and Bill Sharp of the

200 mdrrs twerp Milwaukee and Pitsburgo. here, last weekend, and now will travaganza. His victory in the 100 Philadelphia Pioneers and''Her

Even the Dodgers could perk up compete for the United States in on Friday and the record-tying 200 man Stokes of the Los Angeles

DON DRYSDALE the but they are far out of It now. The the track and field segment of the on Saturday Ht him out as the only striders will make up the American

pitching ace of the Los Angeles collapse of the Dodgers and the 1960 Olympic Games double champion of the meet. eQtr).
Rodgers, discovered the hard surge of the Pirates are the biggest] rbM Uncle Sam will depend entirely As previously stated the U. S. DITis'won the event and Sharpy

way that It doesn't pay to throw stories in the National to date on tan .feet in no fewer than fire squad will have all-colored representation was third. Stokes got on the plane

duster at HA..URON.. In a along with the more recent col- r events. In four others, either one; in the 100 meters, 200 meters on his lay jump. Out of the running
lapse of the 01 .nU. two or three colored stars will be efforts,
recent amc. the MHwaokee 110-meters hurdles, bread via two relatively poor
slugger hit a home run off Dry,.- In the American League the New counted upon. jump 'and hop step and jump. the stocky Californian hit 51 feet.
dale his first time op. When be York Yankee suddenly 'got white] Tan contestants will carry American Winder and Dave Sime of Duke U Inches to edge into second place ;
appeared the second time, the hot and turned on that old steam hopes in both the 100 and 200 University tied for the covetedthird and thus knock off Alvis Andrews

tall righthander kept him hop. The White -Sox'who never .could meters, in the U0-meters hurdles, place in the final but both a teammate who up to then had
beat the Yankees, hare been so the broad jump and hop, step and and
ping.*The fint pitch sent Hank will go to the Olympics with the been third behind Davis .
splashing (and two others in- awe-struck this year they don't deserve jump. four teamed as the 490-meter relay Sharpe. .
another pennant.The Moreover they will make partial '
eluding ball four, made him entry.It Charley Dumas, the 1DS6 Olympic
-skip rope.") But Aaron contributions to the U. S. entries is believed likely that Larry Champion, goes in the high
'SOx have folded in the
White up high jump. 400-meters dash. Dick Howard of, New Mexico
Snyder head coach of the U. S. jump;
came back swinging the next .:
for entire "series when the Yanks'come : i. 400-meters
hurdles
3,000-meters with the 400-me-
.ijI I Forces, will name Winder to the won a berth
time and hit his second homer
and that Isnt the
to town
steeplechase and in
the relay hurdlers Charley (Deacon)
I of Sime's unforoin- ters ;
f dash because
of the game. Finally, as' Aaron kind of play to win pennants or events at 400 and 1600 meters. .
I brittleness. Jones of Iowa, returns as a representative
got set for hu fourth and final bring about admiration. The Cleve, ate reputation for
ALL
THIS
was determined here i(
turn at bat Drysdale was taken land Indians, who once couldn't jI : Friday and ThejDuke blond his broken down in the 3,000-melers
in the
out. Afterward Hank beamed beat the Yankees have done much : t'i: Saturday final i\|I! on several occasions in the past steeplechase.In .
; tryouts held
better. : at Leland Stanford !t and deprived of opportunities to addition two tan hopes will
over hU personal triumph. "He ,
University.: j Otis Davis 'ter
dJd .#: show his blinding speed. Snyder go as quarter-rollers.
t *bother me any Aaron > The two-day Carnival of Champions :( may prefer to take no chance on of Oregon, finished a fast-closing
said. Boston collapsed as expectedDetroit was highlighted by a record. {. Sime's injury. third in the 400 meters, with Ted
hotand cold :
ran as expect. ; ; j breaking high jump by John Thomas Woods also of Oregon fourth."
: 200 meters U will bet
IN THE ,
Baltimore Orioles are Kansas City rolled over t : ;
thq ed. and 'it i't; of Boston University, and the These two will team with Jack
the Yan Norton Johnson and Les Carney .
of the year in the junior and played dead against setting of
and
a new mark in the Yerman Earl Young the
and they hang close and stay keel as expected. That's the story .,.... ____ 200 i of Cleveland, bearing {Uncle Sam's as
I.The thick of the flag fight long. in the American. with Cleveland ( : : r > "tr; meters by Stone Johnson of pre j{ banner. 1600-metcrs() relay foursome. -

moat people expect. Baltimore and.New. York still apparently ,.>..... ... .... ...,;.. >.., ..t '::"'J.{ : dominantly colored Grambling University !! Lee Calhoun, who showed his ?
.. of Louisiana. NBA Honors Ruds'!
In the pennant fight heels to all in the 1956 Olympics Late ,

:_ .i :::iji' his superiority among
FRANK ROBINSON I day. Johnson spun a sensational June Boxers Of The Mont-
Rafhblott Channels ; country's high hurdlers. His 13.4
I I Energyinto SLAMS 13TH HOME RUN Shown above is Frank Robinson, !, 20.5 seconds in the semi-final of !! seconds is the fastest stocking in '

Cincinnati first baseman, who slammed his 13th home run of the dash on Saturday morning. ;: the world up to now. I'ROVWKXCK.:;: ; H. I.
Business the THE JOHNSON triumph stole Carolina Col- the NtiuI1Jllin; ; Ah. aunouncctl -
PhilantrophyN. season Saturday at Milwaukee's County Stadium as the Red. i The former. North
some of the thunder from
Norton
Ray ] I that lard
? H .selected 1 3\\\'l'ihl
legs fought from behind. and lege fencer headed on a one-two-
defeated
the Braves.. 6-5 in 10 of Santa _
Clara Youth
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Village j
Kathblott of Philadelphia, Robinson three colored finish here Saturday chaiiuuini Floyd 1'allcrson and UK'
innings. also scored the winning run, romping homeon I but only momentarily.North i I laic Kuddl Siitdras ,
June
land developer philanthropist 'Ii ; and thus wll go to Rome next boxers
: Dutch Dotterer's the San-Jose Coli i
pinch single in the 10th. State
UK month =
chief American hope over
and humanitarian at age 74 isl I 4" lego flash, who does his summer { month as, '
a human dynamo. Many r the timblers. Patterson. who rrgaimxl his ti'U _
young 'vacation
running for the Youth
Vilj j
: Negro Is Defending | Supporting Calhoun will be Wilelie with a .sensational three round w-j-
tr men find It impossible to! Floyd Patterson lage is generally recognized as j I -

I keep up hbtpace and his zest I fAku Champion I In Golf Uncle Sam's finest sprinter. He !! Jones May of Eastern of Chicago Michigan and the Hayes National knockout of Ingrniar;: Johansson irNVw

for living. In capsule form he is!r Tourney At Honolulu proved his claim not only by winning indoor champion. Either York last June 20 rcixivct1recognition

described as a bundle of energy' Rudell Stitch Win :. beating Johnson in the final, It May or Jones, incidentally, can be Stitch of I.ouisilh'3S for that feat. honom'poslhumollsly -
but
by equalling the
WASHINGTON. youngster'searlier
with aim in life Murphy
one To make; : '-\. 1 called upon as a sprinter if tne
i : Street, one of three Baltimore- mark as welL for his iinsuccwifu
living easier for the oppressed. ; : need arises.
: '
;. :: Washington attempt to resrui- friend froir +
J r. '., !' area qualifiers for the Boxer AwardsPROVIDENCE Unheralded Boston of the
Ralph
The media he is v V",' U. S. Top drowning. II cost him hw life.
to Public
using accomplish Links Golf Tournament
-1 I t. .,,; ; _' .... Racial Bars Knocked Down broad jump field by scoring a first'
is Honolulu Rudell at the time rated .
was highly
his life long aimjs'.the} .11 i! > bound thanks to in that event. His 26 feet, B 1.2 -
... : .-4; '.. a successful R. I. In California the conending'lter: -
internationally developments!if or, :<":: I"j I" campaign spearheaded PGA Tourneys inches earned for him a round tripto among
all races at Mizpah, N. ,J., Outstanding .. v :.,.:.c,:..$ -. .by the Eastern Golf Associa The National Boxing Assn. last the eternal city, along with Tony wrights and in line for a title figU
>
]i
'' : ( week announced that it had selected
e '- > 4; :;. Lion SAN FRANCISCO Professional Sugar Ray Robinson was movcV: "
leaders of Watson of Oklahoma, and Bob ROQruson
.Jhe-r ;
: '; : \ w '. heavyweight
', ..as.aT Young Street, former champion Floyd Golfers' Association !I down to No. fi;
Morgan Tournaments the tiiiildJc
ainon;: =
recognkefAIr. U. S. -
of the .
long
Army.
:lt.tbblotte}I ;; g.:1: Patterson and the late Rudell ; -
; Slate college student and productof held on public j Iwt"i ht conlavJcTx. U Un fur tr
dedicated aim and paidlhunpiiblie .JE9TTn.; : Stitch as June boxers of the month. courses must be } The fifth\ of the all-tan groupings coda" -
tribute and)honor throughV 5 c ree omustrbe; foought'w the Baltimore public schools, Patterson,,who regained his title open to everybody regardless of J came up in Saturday's finals of the lime '.in''IP l>tvaiiif" a hm,'

out the countryAs \1'; th fal 0.. .Ji is f and by a unitcatlonYo left Baltimore Friendship Airporton with a sensational three-round race the state" .attorney general I-- :iiciidlincr that Kobii>on has. bcci -
July 7 via United has declared. rated low.
Airlines for
so
knockout of
Ingemar Johansson in .
I ;:! @tl dories who arc'frftndlyito.rusjIaiJcKwho --- w .
early as 1925 Rathblott'was rt the trip to Honolulu. The
four-day New York last June 20, received Attorney General Stanley Mask
elected to a life time mem. r '* +- vsv5ftiCfr'Meyrpus !": also are public links tourney started July recognition for that feat. said that California's hundreds of You Don't Have to Go to Town '
!
bership in the :Rational: Baptist, (..f; ma kIng. thiia'better.nlac&ttQ world 13 at the beautiful Ala Wai i Bourse Stitch of Louisville was honored publicly owned golf to Get
cannot
courses -
Convention, Inc. The J beloved,. I '; i : live;: and that in Honolulu posthumously for his unsuccessful be bound by racial restrictions

late Dr. L. K.. Williams/presided. :5-:)V-humans* *-* ,*t egafdless V of race, Defending champion for lliii important attempt to rescue a friend from I in the PGA constitution.The .
over this historic meeting' when' !' cojgr! :;: r(cje edtsball: have equalQVppj& United Slates Golf Association drowning. It cost him his life. LOW PRICES
[' 3nesj and tournament was Bill Wright Rudell at the time was rated ruling ends special PGA '
(ojprosp.er en- ,
the election of Rathblott to the highly among the contending welter privileges at the courses. It declares
joy thp ifrui4\of this modern Seattle, Wash., college student who
membership as its first Jewish, >'; :.. last year became the first Negroin weights and In line for a title fight. that restrictions limiting Jobsto On Your
member had ;;?8'TC.l '!$,tJ>!if4'iP '! In other changes announced by PGA members and
'
the unanimous illegal
approval : 't' rt "'. win1 the are
Itj history to addition
of the delegates present. ,.:, .., '- -" .h.i" ',.. .. ; : to Wright and Street event.at In least the NBA, Sonny Liston of Phila- public links must not extend free DRUG STORE HEEDS
1Jl .
.- delphia was moved up to the No. playing privileges to association
Limited : :- '_ one. olher Negro:; golfer Glening; 2 heavyweight spot, while Sugar
t Only recently Rathblott said, :r l'.t- ": ( My. 4t -y'rar.old ,St., Louis shot. Ray Robinson was moved down to members. Trade With Your Neighborhood Drug Store

"That while he has only a limit. C1AA .News Service To maker, was entered. No. 6 among the middleweight con- Mosk's opinion was stated In a \

ed number of lots remaining at tenders. It was the 'first time since letter to the league of California WE WILL MEET ANY PRICES ADVERTISED
Mizpah Development and Pick 11I-Star ElivM he became a boxing headliner that cities. .
nor
Robinson has been rated IN YOUR LOCAL PAPERS
so low.
mally he should feel No Color Line
that his
'
DURHAM :- The 48th annual The NBA, who suspended Robinson
J mission in life was accomplished l meeting of the-CIAA authorized tne some months ago for inactivity, We Deliver We Also Fill All Doctors' Prescription

however in this day and age we CIAA news service to select an all In Major GolfTournament recognizes Gene Fullmer of Salt 17.------ 68 ------ ,92
conference football team for 1960.
find ourselves living in a hectic Lake City as middleweight cham I
Approval for the service's
news
world and bigotry runs pion. 418
ramp.nt 351 60 -
action came "oy unanimous agreement -r-- Dixie
because there Is still the ele' of the conference at Its 48th Southern University Pharmacy

neat, though in a minority whwould session.
,
SAN Watch
like to the FRANCISCO.San & Texas Southern To This'Clovl1I 1S02 lUNGS ROAD at MYRTLE AVENUE
see Negro and
Francisco will be the site of a
In Grid PHONES EL, J. SDT-I8 ,
the Jew Play Opener
placed
on
a
secondary Negro Jockey First major golf tournament for the next 6 5
status. three years-a tourney IB which ..
Winner In New YorkIn HOUSTON Tex. PAY YOUR LIGHT WATER AND TELEPHONE -
Our history books are an In. there will be no color lin- drawn. 3 ". 5 -
,
Texas Southern football team will
.delible record of the shameful Twenty YearsNEW Eugene Selvage president of the open its! 14th season against Southern i BILLS AT OUR STORE

treatment whicb has been inflicted Lucky Lager Brewing company in the 3' 4
1960 curtain
I thou YORK. (ANP) An apprentice announced that the $57.000 Lucky university
upon two minority .
named Al- raiser in Galveston Saturday night. '" "
groups of the world. Thinking Negro jockey International will be held in 1961. Stpt.24.- the TSU athletic '.
department
-
fred Brown, rode the 2-1 favorite 1962 and 1983 here. 02 '- 28 -. 57
people are at a loss in their attempt has announced.The .
"Outgiving. to a one-length victory The big money event .NU Uri;.
to find justification for in the eighth race at Belmont inally planned as au invitational: two" teams have played without .. 166 77 980

the actions of.the past and more race track recently and became open. Since the Professional Golfers interruption since J9 G. Soulh.

important for the present conflicts 1 I the first of his race to win a flat association is cosponsoring the era so far has gotten the betterof Sometime be** op I
PALMSOF
which we read about daily race on the New York circuit in event this meant that only PGA the skirmishes with a record of Sometime hV down .

In connection with the segregation -1) bout two decades members would, be eligible !tu over victories the Bengcls., 3 defeats and one tie DC Be wrka adds It subtract al around A
share in the
question."It i i Brown's win was a reminder of purse. The TSU schedule which will run
is for these reasons that I the*days when lsiae Murphy, thtDation' Several weeks aye California Attorney 1. Coming Attractions
through Nov. 26. includes such
: '"
feel that my work i>. not done first three-time Kentucky .General StanllMk ruled '
formidable foes a. Florida AIM
thai no such restrictions could he 39 85 07 # JACKSONVILLE
winner, dominated the -
and thai this adversity to demo- Derby university r riirie. View college.
placed on l tournaments played
tracks from coast to coast.
I Grambling and Texas coUtu.:31 .
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Robinson Offered #


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Fullmer Title Go J"
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: \ ._ \\% \\ \\\fi I.t1 .: Former middleweight champion JIMMY REEDPlays

[. :._.;..7i. Sugar, Ray Robinson may soon be
: fighting for the .mkldlcveight title
a.- again if Gene FuUmer. the cur- The Guitar Blows Harmonica ....
-; .., ... '" rent National Boxing Assn. champion And Sings The Blues w

'.- ;- .: t *' will ru>k fighting; him a third .

K time. l\1PIIATTER
.. CLYDE
;s: Fullmer has received I 1100,000

.- -,; guarantee offer from wealthy mink e
.-4' .,., rancher Joe Dupler to risk his title e MB. ROCK: AND ROLL
"' .
.v: ;; here this fatt. .
; "it' against Sugar Ray

.. r: The rancher, who is also president # -
>
.;- A 0F. of. the Intermountain Boxing Club
: said he thinks the fight would draw ORIGINAL f
,. DRIFTERS"AND
.' .,' : .4 ;11'c" $225,000or more. "THE

.-. ..- WILLING TO FIGHT .
::: TREAT YOURSELF TO Told of the offer Fullmer said # ORCHESTRA

"f. "Sure Fd like to fight RobinsoD"Ray

-- CANADA DRY BOURBON : knocked Gene cut in five DON'T MISS THIS SIZZLING SHOW

:,. 'j, rounds the last time the two met

; in Chicago in 133. Asked if RobinI I ....

.IT'S, "AMERICA'S FINEST"KtlTOCIV .. out son West could for be the persuaded fight. Fullmer to come observed y '-"... ... ...._e-.2.< ", .:""" v ,'r

: "He (Robinson). likes

STlilfilT 103(101 f BIIUT.8I MOOF C1IIOI BIT DISTIUII6 CO.IICMOIUIIUE..JESS1III1E COSIIT. IT. .moocy.: F'RI.-SAt-$2.OO 0
A
( Early in 1957. Fullmer outpolnt.
: ed Robinson to win the middleweight A
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.Week- Ending Saturday, July 23, 1960 & THE FLORIDA STAR Page Six.
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- Reyal c.cw! GRAND OPENING 1
[y Q r C'CrTlT l'XrTl'T-fXrT rai ya r a > > m'm m m i h saleslady I
Drowns .
Man
: chips off the blocks( Bottling CompanyI23S WantrcL saleslady for WntkinsProduct
Se. Motta 14.
111la,. In Mishap aCreek in Northwest Jackson PALMS SUPPER CLUB
a 9-448 ville. Call EL 5-8215. 8 tQ 12 am.


r Dun 1s FIRST RUN Sun....Wed Sunday July 24-5 p.m. until

Vie have a week of rest since our trip! & young JaekionTffle man t .
to California via television and its: who told his companions he FOREVERYOUNG Dining Dancing Nightly

is about time for us to take off for was a "roo* saintmar.Mdrowned tt
afternoon -
Chicago. Monday will find all of us In Dunns Wednesday Creek after 9 p.m. to 5 a.m.
slaves of the "big eye" as we sit and: be apparently> illpped into a' FOREVER

watch the Republicans deliberate and drop-off white flsnine in DEADLY! Music For Your Pleasure
talk about the DenocratsObis O'Bannonis waist deep water near Heck- CAtnOUH "APACHE 73MMiBB ITQRz e
HOHT .
wagering that Rockefeller will be whet DriTC. AIm
'- BM Bi *1 Teddy Washington and OrchestraPat
drafted. "Tie investizitar aid Ltndsey's- Starts Sunday
In a serious mood, Florida Denocratsi fij&nff campairtocs. were George STRAND All Week
BraUey. 1213 W. Logan St., and )
are urging desertion of the party just win H. West. 1173 W. Beaver St. Williams Vocalist
because the Democrats just "said" that According to Pafford. Lindsey. The Story of a Girl That Lived In 2
Brakley and West coworkers fora
we should have cer.tain rights already: local construction firm. were Worlds
guaranteed under the constitutlon;bat wading In water. about waist deep
if had approximately SO feet from theftoothwest
would happen someone actually
corner of the Heckscher
the nerve to try and carry out* thelatforml drive bridge when the accident 1 NOW OPEN
P Mould be the same as the happened about 3 pan.
The two companions: told Paf-
firing on Fort Sumter all over again. ford they both thought Lindsey .. tr tssrar coo 7 FountainetteSundries
ne are still begging you to get out was kidding wen be shorted AND
for help after stepping into water $400,000
'r
and o i3ter. The national party will over his head. Pafford said Brak AIm FOURDESPERATE.
need all of the llegro support it can ley and, West said the victim JAILBREAKERS 45th Street
2025 West
bobbed three times before dla-
muster in the south) in November because up .
a lot of Florida democrats are appearing. MBIT Across: from Northwestern High School
STARTS SUNDAYThru Conveniently located near
to fight the ticket. TLEVI FLAMMERS GET Roosevelt
going JTues. Floradale and Magnolia Gardens
G.D. tocers, Jr. and his daughter i $413 FROM VICTIM I GOIDOU r1001Ci014.r.. { f, We carry a complete line of.
P.P.C. Philip Feacher, of 811
down from Jekyll Island and spent. Pfn.b Patent Medicines Sick Room Needs
came Comstock, Winter Park. Flor- THE [2O l{
a few hours in town the first of the '" Baby Supplies -Cosmetics
ida was the victim of Him 1 ANDTHE I FAST FREE DELIVERY PO 44572Be
week. Rogers was telling us that they Hammers who fleeced him but sIDN [pL.rm E2 jSure To Visit Our Lunch Counter
have plans for more and better projects of$413 last Monday in the 700 _' li'Y ULS Breakfast Lunch- Hamburgers
block of Church Street, police sutras epos. .
at the popular south Georgia re- AID dogs Ice Cream Sodas
sort. He informed us that the Fourthof reported. "Doc" William Jimerson, Prop.
Police said victim was 'approached (formerly of Reyno Pharmacy)
July fracas took place in a n open by two men at the
area and was a neighborhood arguementthat bus station. The men asked OKlAJi Y
tho fol brought; from Jackson- victim to go with them to linda .
ville.. Lotions like this Incident helpto girl. While looking for the _
girl, the men talked the'vic-
solidify the wide spread criticismof tim intd pooling their money SKY VIEW Sun. Nite
Jacksonville people. for safe keeping. Thru Tues. Nite

Charles Jones stopped by to tell us The money was to be hidden" LANA INNER UMIE BURST'Sr.
that ho is planning to open up a finetipto under some bushes. When victim i.1tJit1lt.on. -
date club at the Palms, realized it he had been
supper taken for $413.Patrolmen JOHN 4 N of
of Jacksonville.! It will be the latest lfe
S. Gaines and H.
and will feature fine food and good Harley investigated. ANDRA EE'OAiO'HERUHY! ..... W t-I

music. M MM ROBERT AIDA-1NI1A MOOREIHUAPLUS JACKSON
Audrey Jones of the Ribault stoppedthe MAN HIT.WITH BRICK ;
show at her birthday party last WHILE TELEPHONING "VICE RAID- win ftSBO dash Men Uite 3
Frank Green, 34, of 951 Clay i' : ... r .
v/eek.: Her pink trig was the most. She Street was the victim last Saturday ; \
informed us that the pink dress was of aggravated assault
Prepare Now For A Good Paying
CENTER
THE SEAFOOD
one of hor crc tlons .The little sister, when he was hit in the mouth Career In Barbering

Sstelle was amon: those observing with a brick while using a tele- Corner Myrtle Ave. and Shad Roe' Enroll. Now In The South's Finest
natal days last v/eek. She no longer, phone in the phone booth, police College G.I.I Approved
has birthdays, just observances.The ,said. MANGO.S APPEB lb.Yellowlail'SNAPPER FLORIDA BARBER COLLEGEBranch
The victim said he was using lb.
editor all of the newsiesa
gave 630 Beaver Phone EL 5-9874
a telephone at 96 Pearl Street Davis At -
party this week. The capacity o f when 3 or 4-youngsters ran b; Fresh DrelsedHlFISH; ; lb. C
,
small bo -s uhen it comes to consuming and threw a brick in the phone .Iclolll whit frted and Mrv4 with kuthuppw
potato chips and cold drinks is sur-. booth which hit him hi. the tionaD. aid wyt Urns fr d.Speckled .kains, t..h.* ,r k.,tta'.,-.
prising. mouth cut his upper lip and BRAKES i RELINEOBQHPED
Trout Chtf.Tf: lb.
broke a tooth.Patrolman
Isis .:liito, Dr. Dan Lauray, James J. Miller and J. P. KINGFISH STEAKS lb. .
IIT"'u6: :Docn" Everett, coach of BookerT. .
Vr;. hin-ton 'Ti:h Inlliomi and several'other Branch.investigated. Medium MULLET :. . lb.' 25c .

had just cornloted- a round 'on FOR RE1TT large MULLET . . lb. 29c .

the COUl.:;e. From the noise Iciah must Flash Frozen MULLET ROE lb. 98c

have been lov: r.,n. Jirr.iie lurris was levy Apt. 4 rooms and Salt MULLET ROE .-. . lb. 98c
.busy practicing! ', ::'e see Johnny steward reception hall.Adults Family size carry-out _

hard'.at rork on the course. Before her only. EL 4-1844 handy 15-lb. tub .'. : .$14.25 Tub. LINING I

\ put down his golf clubs for the ni ht: FOR SALE OCEAHVIEW SPOTS rlllhl4 ,horn Norfolk Ib. 35c

clubs, Johnny was one of the most; pro- New Home. Conveniently SHEEPNOSE . .. lb. 32c

:1ioi r golfers in this a.IS declares located in BLUE FISH B5J: ....................... lb. 39c :
that ho ia planning to nake a comeback. SweetV/ater ParkoCT Spanish i .MACKEREL STEAKS : .lb.. 39c
BetUl"'oG"r: Gallo propriotor of Horn's
Wilson Blvd. Call : '
BIG JM CRABS ,$1.00 1
nitchan is in the nows again. He has ?
anytime CH 6-3091 u.I w.rthOIl back to' Seafood Center)
almost comlcted Jacksonville most .ho EL 56641lyrfe

modern motel for colored. In additionto UA1HCUTS : .

air conditioned units he will havea For your next haircut visit

first class dining room and swiiming the.Artistic Barber Shop, 619
pool. Ho is located on 7. 3. 1 just W. Ashley Phone EL 48231. ATLAS I : ; :I .
north of the Country Club. The opening ( Avc*ohd Adams phone Et4 H68
C.C.McCordy Prop.; Charles Urti fir MAIN ST.
date is soon. ,VTatch these:; pages. .
The big sound around 21st. and Myrtle Shaman*. Vrr. ,

is Jinny Jenkins .and his side-kick:: 0-
dell :Domett nakinc the roun .s.The Big -----------u-i

Dog has just returned from a six week .
cruise. He tells us that he is leaving. .-== ---_ .-- -- The 'Firms Listed B W Aro Recommended &8 Reputable ,_, ..,:_O 'I

soon foi six nonths-maybe. Spedolizino'_' Sendees. and Products -. '-----.-- --,-,-_.
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"Cookie" Davis and Jer7H graves left Save for Future Happiness
Beautify.Your Home With
last week for a vacation in Atlanta: Reeves.Metal l Chain Link ALSCO ALUMINUM

and Knoxvillo, Tennessee.: T1ey7 1'11' No Fences SIDING
Down-
Money
return noxt v;a ek. 3 yrs. to 4% Current Dividends
Thore is plenty of life in the Mary .- pay ro

otsch household. Daughter llarvyne is '\0 Terms Arranged
hone for the summer.Johnotta, the new3y 5 to 10 yrs. to poy'Call I

red daughter, is still away. She and
her hubby will leave for study: Africathis Call EX'8-5719 d R4EAFS/. FIDELITY SAVINGS&FEDERAL LOAN

Fall.Doesn't For-Free Estimate EL1768

seen, like it butTTendellBiLnos For F,.. Estimate

was telling us that he and Alphonso
Test have been in business for four t

years. The duo' operate Holmes and :est MX ALSCO ALUMINUM, 16 Laura St.
Funeral ;:ono on Sdgewood 'Avenue. REEVES FENCES '. INC. t JAX ALSCO ALLTHTTjr IlIC. 1086 S. Edgewood Avt..

.";est in on vacation and has joined the 4501 New Bach Bird. 2815 Main Street e, 2815 Main Street
... Terns On All Homo Iinprov orients
he and
Almost
f is nine sot. every day ,. -

his brother-in-law Rhueben Butler go. -View. ,Your Favorite: hor Gas & Electric: I
fishing.: Every day the fish go visitt: Live In A Beautiful Programs On A For Unusual Values Appliances: Visit i We Have a Complete
ing because they catch nothing MAGNOLIA. Horn. with easy terms Line of

fresh air. : :

The w'or.tho.r is never too hot or too ., .. ". .' ';; Jf '.,: .
:
.
cold for love. In all of the heat of -'Small Down Payment- ;'" DougGIr.v. .'"J..t. :; ;; ." : --"'. .
';!. ... Sf1oDGATEWAY DASTE'S APPLIANCE ft Building & Plumbing:
iondaywDr.Foreat "1 :gins of ET.7C and .. No Closing Cost .. : TELEVISION Supplies
Hell Cason of; the northwestern High $54.50: per mpnth' ._ ,. I .,f'''' ...-_ .
staff slipped across the state line and I ,. 3 Bedrooms. = .' t. -.:..
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tied the knot. Co Brats to the couple. :;:" 'l-. '-' '.'!.i;, "-' r-,<..smori'DowI Payment-: : ,{ .. -- :.-T- .< .
E.P. Jones is wearing the latest In' j :: .: .:. *':Painless'Terms ." : t.V.. AND -- See Than
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w. : '
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fedoras. He is wearing a sort of "ten .-.', ,. .I' I APPLIANCE ... 3 Locotions'To Serve'You2642AHantic at
gallonPanama: deal with a snazy brim. I

so is Rev. .R.L. Lamb who looks.. roalcool* MASNOUA .
IMPROVEMENT Co.,. DOUGAN'S RADIO A .- .. BKd.
that .
In- ice cream suit. 5047 Normandy Bird- THE BARGAIN HOUSE
." Johnny Shaw of '.7CBS' was enjoying the 654 O. Cleveland' Road 1300- Flpride T.V. Art. 302. .Weft-8th, St.2. ....'- !: 5222 Ndrwocd.Av.. 2503-09 Edison Art.
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