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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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2,500 Southern U. Stud uit .I



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I CORE Stages Miami Si'tdoutn :Integration Lea FI" 11 strat .t the officials.abundant In an'with-ef- .\..

..... Almost half the strident have ruled that tlllrith-J
*t Southern University aSa als are unofficial unless accompankMf -
Members of the Committee on Rouge, IM. quit their school by the consent of the
Racial Equality tested two I Thursday because- school cffl- students' parents.

downtown lunch counters Wednesday : Tallahassee dab refused to take back 18 **- By Thursday 2, 00 of the uni
to see if they had chang l Boycott Called celled; 1 or suspended integration versity's 5,400 students either
ed' their policy against serving leaden. bad signed withdrawal slips or
Negroes They hadn't I The sitdown' movement only planned to do so.
Tallahassee Circulars urging The mimeographed circulars spreaded into Louisiana Monday About 5,000 of Southern's students
Fcur Negroes' sat at counters Negroes to boycott downtown, urged Negroes not to spend their with the arrest of terra Southern marched on Baton Route
at Woolworth's and Kress and student, but the fervor' of this and the State Capitol Wednesday
Tallahassee stores were circulated : with donmtorm merchants
Co. stores during the noon hour. money group' seems' highest In the in the biggest mass protest so far
They left after sitting at each Thursday en the campus of I until they are welcomed in South. The student even' voted In the South against segregation' '

counter for IS minutes mithout Florida A and M University and every part of a store Including, to.give up their Junior-senior They prayed and sang hymns on
being served. in Negro residential areas. lunch counters.' prom this year and collect the the Capitol steps.
















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37TH YEAR, NO. 32 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1960 TEN CENTS TWENTY PAGES

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I 3 DIE IN HEAD-ON TRAIL-CRASH




A bloody head-on crash on --

Tamtam Trail killed' three in a ; I
traffic accident last Saturday i .
evening. I ..'" I City Launches Drive on

The cccupants in the two 1956> H
sedans' which collided were all .

Nefo Florence M The Laughto.dead 29 are, 16001 Mrs. I} yI I ,Numbers Police Payoffs

NW 7tn ave.. Opa Lodka. driver ,
of the east bound car; her mother .
Mrs. Mamie White, 48, 1206 A double-headrd' attack on numbers ticn with Ree*"" twin approach.He .
NW fend iane. and Odell Me- and alleged) payoffs to police said the results may decide
Cray 2666 NW 49th st whether the City Commbslon will
was launched' Tuesday by City
Co throujh. with its. plan to appoint -
Critically injured In the wreck d Manager M.. L Reese. a It"parate7 director

was Junior White., husband ofMrss. folk Chief Walter Headleyas The order of the etty manager Ruth Austin.; Booker T Wash
White and father of Mrs.
ordered with a ington High senior is one of six
LaufhHn. Amos Allen of 156 to come up places the full reponsfi Uity for
plan to stop illegal gambling and ending illegal gambling on the I Nero students titan Florida attending -
NW 69th st, was also tnjurvd in
the i'j then make the plan work. The shoulders of Chief lleed"' the White House Conference
same car. City Manager also revealed that on children and youth
Injured in the west-bound car he is making his own investigation Reese said that be wanted a now convening in Washlgton.Nearly .
were Ernest Codnell and Quincy \. of action from Chief Heed-
Into charge mad by MayotRobert plan 7.000 participants are pursuing
Kn' 48, of 1206 NW 62nd lane.Florida .
x. King High that botita ley -within -two or three days.Ife the purpose of the conference :
Highway Patrol troopers bigwigs making payoffs to :: To remote opportunities
and seven ambulances wentto : .. are wants a detailed report' includingthe tor children and youth to marine"
the scene of the wreck where' police. name, rank and duties of their full potential far a creativelife

the bodies of the dead and Injured FLORENCE M LA UGH LIN Mayor High expressed saUsfac- each man assijpied.. | In freedom' and dignity.
were thrown along. the canal
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the William west-bound Richards car nras.hica driver pulled of City Appoints Bi-racial Sit-down Committee I

out of line., s4d-wiped another
car and crashed into the
LaugJUin car. lie admitted thatthtoy -
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William L IHot, farmer city
were drinking the police re
DROSS attorney; James Goff airline
ported. TURNERS WANT KING COLLINS t.:cr1, Miss Olive Alexander, executive
The two If'dau.trueS each i secretary cf the James E.
< UVr. with such farce that they '1 fictitt Community Center and
e Clearwater. Two crosses name on the Florida ballot as a
were knocked backward. T hbNl.I I Port: KoucttttolMW. aetox ail-
steering .,.- were twisted and were burned Saturday night; on candidate for president He was rm.n tretor
the Interiors were strewn apart i eautewavs near here. Each had acquitted m St. Petersburg. city
Traffic at Yard ave, and the Trail be4 des it a neatly lettered sign c'urt Saturday on a charge of City Manager Melvln L. flees
was tied up for hours. I reading "King for ptuldent soliciting campaign funds unlawfully P tp was ipi4nted as an ex..tfcio!
I LeRoy Collins for vccp. meretxr
A double funeral for the mother : The "King": mentioned on the King had made Miami his ,
and daughter will be held Sat. signs might have been> the Rev f headquarters for the past two The ccmmittee has been asked
urday one o'clock at New Hope Clennon King, controversial mintrter months after coming to Miami; #- by the commi4en: meet in
Baptist Church in Liberty City who''is trying to get his from C:&,.forrJI va Mexico. ARRINCTON CULMCfl two werkaWOMAN

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4 A biracial committee to study
Juncb counter: **&Jtia f> ** was
ajxinted by the Miami 0Jmr b- CRUSHED
r E Ew
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sicn on Monday.The

first task! s IN AUTO MISHAP
of the croup willi
he a conouUees"e*]il

meeting ..r i t h Early Saturday nlgfat, Mrs.
down townloncbAcounter t Henri Willie Dohannan. 5050 NW
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and operators menv 33rd sve stnpprd on NormandyD

gets of department -' : .ve. was* of VerMuMn to pickup

two friends at Miami Ileach.

The ttjht deor of her ear was

The' lItOrj blocked to she gut out to. let them

tee .is !R slide across the reM seat oHce

an important HAOLCVcommunity said.. I

problem" said Mayor Apparently, the faot of one of
f 1e Hubert King High. "We hope it .
rr
the bit the pedal officers :
ni ia can and an acceptable *nn gas
r ; saM, and the ear lurched
Members of the committee arc
forward
= Eli Nestor Morale attorney and
vie consul of Nicaragua, chairman
At the same time an eastbound -
iii ; Charles Hadley. unofficial"mayor" and
panel truck passed
of the Central Negro
Y Mrs. Doha crushed between
anan was
DUttfct; David JUbmovitz; diamond '
the vehicles.
dealer. ; Archdeacon: Jfctm two
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E. CWm<<. roctor of St. Agnes Reach Policemen William Webb
These lovely ladles were featured line Williams Ruby Cruz. Lola Martin, t,
Episcopal Church; Harry Doei* e. and James O'Connor, identified
models at the Figures and Fashions show Shirley Johnson Evelyn Tynes Vivian attorney; Robert M. Morgan ac-a the truck driver as John Hacfc,*tt.
recently sponsored by the Slimline Club eountant and banker; Dr. Chat. M, of 239 NW 05th st
and the Easy Method School of Charm and !x>njr, Willie! Galloway, Gloria Williams, William, cptometrUt; Henry Ar- \
rIc. attorney and saerobey The women passengers fled
elf an 4
Reducing Shown are the I Fsjeon Cero- Artene Jones and.Huitlc Devcreaux. s f;'0'': sag ** m p; p3b are still aeatnts.q for titasgi.




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I PAGE 2 MIAMI stop to I I Famous Flames HIS

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<: with 0 the u I HAT mDRlCKS' '

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mer': "Mashed Potatoes"

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-By DAVE (Mr. $ and J. C. DAVIS and his orchestra

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BEEN ASKED If I a Saturday & Sunday
ectmnrat on the sit-down I this ,
onstrations, and to be who APRIL 2 AND 3
am reluctant to do so. It con"
easy for a reporter to Col ADMISSION
opinion on a matter this | an $1.25
came he is supposed to '
can
news as it happens and be Teenage Matinee Sunday, 5 p.m. 75c
biased about a situation.
ly though, as an lnd vldual ..k: Don't Forget the Fights
stand toe to toe with Harry Every Monday Night
den whose booI "'vhl\\ M
you quite sane time ago :
Only in America". I dont I .
If you're White or Negro i
peer, intelligent or Sir N y* fa* ***** flafMkrs f* *ftf sa 0 married or stogie, each of
person. Harry Golden sex '
h I
Negro and Whites stand at
rides in the same buses; :w I
the same stores, eat in the tbIO''I' ijiiiiii
places city Steven standing" Grand-Way up (like) i and NEW I : I

when the -Brother sets. "" rend
fur begins to fly No one ; Ne- -
a ve-rticle Negro. a

Now, let's look this Ian and' NOW GREYHOUND
squarely in the face is.
Mas afcolfohcd in s
DC and yet segregation" still i ;RACING:
Try
its there The reason !
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In New York, where! there
no enter bars supposedly,
fw Nvcrom even think of Fobwlowt FI00W ra.r.M.es N stwrhflorid.
to the Stork Club, he tbIO'I cf r.aidenh sad hsN baeriwr.E'
any", those high priced .
high classed places The .u.n .H.e$ s r j.y G.Vh ua.cirro
thing tar here and I eieArlr.ateor Swd.r.a .
t"f the eating places
opt"ft"th<""UMnds of : a
tMl vk n't i t. It is more a L PQSTtlMI
ter of bi'.n" told that "you
go here." The Negro feels
he was i >t told that he t ,
not go to titer and fight for t'
country because he is Blade. a
wants to kiciv what he .ma. r
fighting far Ices he ALL NEWLUXURIOUS
country? When yru work | I .. '
home, you enjoy it When a .f'1! 1
fights for something and NEGRO '"
life to protect it. it's "'
loves it and wants t- () ; SECTION!
That Is aU the 'If'1fO .!b
dora 'c* sp****". *- +TH from : : -
prtssion and being cons :
"frown enough to do TH| HATIOK S CRtYHQUH
wants to do and go where !t* SHQVYPiACl
pleases as long u he does I '"
break include any anT laws laws and made this by does KENNEL FEB.17 thru .l

supremacists In trying to CLUB JUNE 2
hn frrn betas a first class i. .i.i371h
zen, The president says that AVENUE
should let another 2 ) and 7th TE T. Northwest
foreigners come here T
fine, but these people come Special Miami Transit
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sal where and can Vfc > au.. >> ; buses direct to track from NW
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Starting at 7 p.jo. One Way 25c.Dr .

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.". .- .v.--.. We extend sympathy to the MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
reaved families of the late t.l

.- THIS and THA -- ence Wright MeL Mrs ughhn Wright and Mrs. I SATURDAY APRIL 2, 1960 PAGE 3

home for senior citizens In the
By RUTH N. POLITE Opa Locka area.

WWVI ft, .r -_- _- y 4W" t IMUEY'S COT-JMTE SlIME
Birthday Greetings! Lovell Richardson -
"Somebody aid to me IAn Mer tte, Anita Cray Caroline Jr. Alma DeVaughn,
this could be eliminated U Williams Emma Wells Alvira Little John Charles Thomas' and The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

the colored people would star in Burney Mary, Johnson Ruth James Lucas Jr. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
their place" Smith and Mrs. Holloway. ConBTatulations -
-Now friends, that is not a ladies and a choice Thought For The Week: Remember -I The finest product at Cut Rate Price
Christian feint of view That ia' Hibiscus to each and everyone of your own importance. Bt
not a democratic point of riew. ,CJU. a doer' not merely talker. Bt Easter Baskets 15c to $2.39
We can never stop Americans positive and constructive. Take a1! DrswlngPtraula .I, 1.25 Cashmere Banquet
from strut=lit, to be free. We April 7th the U. S. Post Office) Nand for truth and justice. Apply Hair Latlen ....w........." Jt9
can never slop Americans from will issue a new 4-cent stamp merchandising skill to the Madam Walker 8S8 Tank 1.44 U'
hoping and praying that tome commeratlnx the World Refuse* spread of Ideas. Give youth Ointment "......".. .to
day In the future Year. In gray and black the something to live for. Make government Posnera Btraam.fit Swamp Root ,7ft 1.1.

day In some way this Ideal thatIs stamp pictures a family group your business. Pay at- Hair Dressing ...... M Father John Jt 141
imbedded In our Declaration of facing dCN.1a dark hallway toward tentkn to your schools. M a k e Le"g.ald Hair Cardul I ,,... ............ 1.ft
Independence is ene of those a bright exit. The dark labor relations human relations. at Black Draught .$$
.
0.1. .......,.., 1JM Syrup
truths that are inevitable that all hallway "m..nt to represent Improve literature and entertainment -
men are created equal that some- want and oppression, and the Keep'" your life God OPEN DAILY A $SUNDAY S A.M. U 10 P.M.

how will be a reality and do not exit represent the brightness of centered. JOHN A. McMINN, Owner
- present an Illusory goal" a new life. Get your orders In Thanks to Mrs. Sue Harris .
"And *o far as I am peromilyconcerned. right away all stamp collector R.N. and phvsical therapist of <<1'- -
I dent mind saying Sue's Health Center.
that if a man has a department Birmingham, Ala. |II getting
store and he invites the public ready' for Omega Ps| Phi fratern- Miami Dodgers in I/ CHECK THE JOB *X CHECK THE MAN .
centrally to carne Into his. department ity's seventh dbtrlct convention'
store and trade I thinkthf'ft set for April 14-10 Theme of Spring TrainngManager TOGETHER/
It is unfair and morally the meeting "Toward Freedom "Baby Ruth" of the THEY GO
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wrong t. single cut OM department Fulfillment Through Businessand baseball
Miami Dodgers team announced
and say he dooh not want Job OpTortunltles.: Two Ml- r ELECT
that his Dodgers art
allow Negroes to will attend. They are
er wit not pat- amlans
ncnr in the midst of training for
rtnfee. that ene decrement Donald Hopkins, student at the
"WeVe ret to have men with Morehouse College, ferond vice coming season.
Baby Ruth abo stated that the
rxrr era. in their! brains. We've district representative; and double header
Dottier saotured a -
ret a state to build We've rot a Thomas "Pete" Saunders from at lIIa1..hhm they defeated -
nation to "1"f". And we've got' a the local chapter Mr Sanders Is the Hialcah. All !'tarst and
I
Cod to fob placement' analyst-specia-
serve. a then took the measure of the
'i rt the local office of the U. S.
The acme remarks were made !in Red Raiderr to tste tune of S-3.
bv the Honorable LeRey Collins Bmpk ymeflt Service Bureau.

Governor FTorWa in of a thta televised treat address.state of Cinderella Ball MlamPs' most Why be Out of Style? AGRICULTUREFARMER

The remmfc" have done a rea exciting and colorful' affair was Let us convert your doubtb -'. commissioner of
*n4h*e fob in creating a bet- attended by mere than 2SS boys .t suit to. single breasted)
tefwrtloful"' c'fmate amen* the and firts in| the cafetorium of the narrow lapel $11 up, BUSINESSMAN LEG PLAT OR
.nlWwH 41f Colored peoples Phvllta Wheatley Elementary' Your Smiling Tailors. 9J7" NW ... -. ....
everywhere.It School en the evening' of March 3rd Ave.. Reuben Hepburn Prop
hi frarlfrfcwe to learn that 25. The ball .hi sponsored" by Beta I tadf
Tau Zeta Charter of Zeta Phi 1---- -
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th* *Hv I if fWMrnrtuVatorv mr. n -' -
s,*** hove burn sent to his of- Beta rorHy. Each year It It
flee Iran" the eittreni of this "heW In honor ef their Cinderellaand
crwrwn'mfty Th *e who Have not her court of AmlrettetThfc .

wrt'"' -HM nerve a f'mtt' ('IUMIt
the* 4M tit'') Immediately veer's ctnd"f""U..t-
beautiful, and talented IVimthvITIefi

'e-d rawtt4 men' A time like JenWfK a Honker T. .
hoe rt.TTM>r".te s'r*''* ruin! *. treat I WA-hf"lnn 111' Sc N'III Dfevmiekeon amine.Tier J t .
lq'L true fHh and !ready e art wMa RalfArd
of Mrs Minnie Reeves pop.vier -
b-f\Ifh: m-'I' r4w+rn the molts of
"free a"t"" hue teen who I jwwf* teacher Dorothy I*
s'04. a""'tftM and a will men I tKe d wrttl<" of Mr and Mrs J.
wh Hat Homr- men who will D MrKettar wh, are active !In
nt Me: men" who can" stand be- ttve rrMfou! rtvic and oral life r
fAre a Ae neee M' and damn M I <*f the e 4It. Mh Jenkins cranes
tre eheene ffetterfai without from an Illustrious pletwr I tam.
w'nk'ev' T1tn men "m-crown-t. I fir At doctors lrr'ycrs and teacher

who lire Swe the ft[ 'In piibHc I 1 "AIl >

unity anA In er'v+N* thinklmr for 1 Th blue and white eomnatloncpreflftonfen
white the rabbV. with their
I were carried out fn a
thwmh-w rn erwd*. their lane nv1 unique '..hfon. Miss J ikw -
JtPnf-"+w Mtt thf'lr WttJ deeds I I
was en m<*1 br Mtw Clndre #
tot+ttf'4 in *.*lffe h strife Iifwtw !?. of 1959 The 50 Amlrrtt Al r"M V
rrf'll"d" film ..x wTfrn rules rhUnd .; mernbety of her eotirt wore ti i M.
and wattinc Justice' sleeps".. .
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rests' f n*'teJ thadf't. Each g+r'
WH. .....-.r11'ft n1. 9 VMfl., man
A e'eV*.W mrtr at the hom *
wr..r'fUf ,fT "n 'wrvl 1 attire 1 r. .
n' Mr .'rt M** ITaJpnW P C'.. .
.-.tl WW! -W IWHh tt. b helm* The Modern Dance Group' of t
"e Q"wav trim 4 to 6 w' n. M.*. htMo erfflrmed In honor rr
TM aff H fA honor the Tal- of Cinderella Jenkins Meek was ..
kh- ",.,,.,..,," who are. being ft'mWtf'd bY the North Dad .
rnrr+d i iev 1 f"I1nw.1! If mur J".c.mor 11""h School 1 Doo -
runt afoIwt. .*(..e tend a dona- tens Band 'e ,
w..n.
Mrs Gkiars J 4 hrn served ase4Oatnnen
(
t" J ek" nv tV' Attv Em- D f,f the prefect Mrs r
,fo **'-i Sr HM- nwHfled M a K.ehl..n Afov directed the: dnc t.
,M+MLLF:I ....., fflllf' toe ear'! ofw .+a...fI her'ratlerl, were plannedbv ,
$ +4ke of r-- twhe re't'n will I f'xs .f'ft bv Mrs Marten
"' tr' ...'--- 'Tr S In 1"41 he tf.- **efirr. and Mr PanMne Smith.
,_. J..A. Sack Bryan but Three 'n charge of refrehinrt"
Fever ferved.a were Mrs TVwa ForUmn. Bernice Dr.lNrtaamwrwecolfeet: -UffoinC-tral circle Dr. Durham ..splaina.Jl *nricheaSUuCoUece.
I John o, Chem Roder.Sorertty In coffee like cream -with V4 the fat ca1on-S"l
"Caru UA U th.'cream' our :
+..,.-.. a"" wtt-.yf'f' b''f't'' merrtbers present were'
a***! n** *r i1* f iiHiTKtv nmi.etaet. Me 1 *'nes Marguerite Miller
..... '., 4M r7u w4i n.d I wrvs4dent' penance B Themes, Dr. Durham well-known dietitian, tell why
th.R. ..".rnwi Tfe4rht. Wrmvl's Ruth N PoMte Rachel Burruide.Dorrfhv ,
,..,..., I.. .""". e"Mer nf the rroepo. I MrKellar Gladys. Johnson
M.-tt r'' ""M ..o*.1' "7thTavl'r annul'I I Geerrtan. Johnson. Paulineaml'h. "Carnation is the brand of my choice
l_ ..N"stn M.r1e Jnhn.nnf'nd I Marian Henry CherrieRiMa
M' A'he chaired" Rader Fortson. Kathleen

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rut .l i.. ..ff,."r whl**. serves April 3.0 win b*. observed as
!'+. ....-.-.. rat v w f'W'Iitlnf alln' National Library Week T h *
.."r.. ."de's tAr the year throe rf this annual nb4f't"V1tnt'P" Elizabeth Durham heads the home I use Carnation exclusively for cream sauce
r'r+ ...r1.owe arrrded the Ie "Tor a Better-Read.. BHterAmerica. economic department at Central State diahea like chipped Ll<<,/." (Ilccip U-. *.w.)
.1s.n. ."---.- ftlf r a nd MiH trfnttned .** Stimulation mt-Uiod of evaporation gi\Hd
S.n.+.i a.1. 4., S.rrtryi nr4e of tf'iMat"tnt"' """ In reading's College, Wiltiforce, Ot o. "Carnation baa A special of
..... nw Margaret Ann "n1Th. one rj the malt Librarian are such delicious, 'creamy goodness, my toda/a Carnation the consbtrncy cream
tare.. ..,. ......e was presented I baKY at work setting un attracfve atudcnU see the difTerence right way" Dr.Durham -with /4 the fat calorie Thia milk in the
t" w-..BTtl Wf"4ams, I bulletin bnardj and puttingthe like cream! red and white can U the world' favorite
whlpe
rR;, e# ttwo r'uh are? Mrs i last touches on fascinating aaya "It even
n 4v 8..".. ore4ientr Reh.eraF projects.M And It gives such aroooth rwulU In cooking. brand of evaporated milk by far.

!ter tat v4- pre* dnt Mslnd -
villa M w r. ? vee president: .rch 14. the Caldecott' anJVeTberry rI -----------------------------i, '
n'fI .,........., tJrY: OaC'r"f'f"1 Awards were announced :
.*ils*.Ttt rretanr Jrnne ffr the bent children' I recipe: Carnation Creamed Chipped Beef I
HtMnrlt' serve" arv; hors mibHthM In 19"9. The I II
Dork W.tkr. tr** urer: Mary Randolph Caldemrt Medal I (", .be 4..M tJ I nation.r"tJ"t.
Twvlor. c/iatilalB' Oneva Henry, awarded since 1938 to an artistf I 2 bbI.1POQftI butttoad Mtar. flu sift M4 peppy i
t.-O'oPf W bufl'I'nr fund. "'r the year's matt dlttinfuUhedArrlcan 2 taWttpooaa flow tefttaar la. Mucaoaa ova low Mat I
Men+_. err' Mw4.mes Rnth nlcture book went ton HtMipoonultH ntfl amootk. Oraduaifr add wd&rtriCaraatlea I .
T........ !:I'- Thoraeen. ShirleyYiinc Sarre Eta' f or "Nine Diva to Uatpooa pepper C.atlag, itlifitf. uaulttucUo
n-t J esu Elaine rtir.ttrMI"! published bY V'ktng.' .1. 1% o'vi.rte tail)IIt&rtd * c-n"h MMr>Vron M a r y Trisenh KrumcoM won the N'ew- WMTION LYAOAAitlK I
F.n.*h. Ma.. I> frtt Marie w'rry Medal for his "Unicn: I 1V4 ua s((4 ftU tut dn.d tied Bro.a closed sesaell4ralned dried I EYAppiUlloe .
J'''''''n'''n A'+e. TUT'OT Velma John" published by Crowell.fV tttf ia boa ftLfrL' MA ctUry. 1.1
tr...+, (:'.4re c* thm, Edna 4la 4'.cd+ uiert pteitaia, and C Mtwa I I'q I I
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Till NKr.no PIIKSH believe that Amrrk can bit' lead. tfc* woridfmm .
racial and natVmal artadnnkna when It arrnrdii to every taarreearrile
** of rare, color or creed, hla stuns. and legal' rtffhta. ffattn

no man fntrln no man-t1M calm Press strive to help every mat
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integration segregation racial tension or whateverelse The Carter G. Woodson Club c ct
we may call it. We like the words Civil Rights which of the Future Teachers of .I t

just about include them all. America at Northwestern Senior --
I High School and their sponsors i I
He it Africa Asia or America in the world today JUST BROWSN'PAUL / Mesdames Dorothy R Nmton : I
there Is unrest. People are seeking certain righU which Mae C. Brown Manor Wiley --
at the Church of the -
they are being unnecessarily denied. Some are being killed Open worshipped Door of which Rev. If. CMtDowell :...
but the battle for rights will go on, and in the end R. HENRY if minister.

right will triumph.In .t
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America mostly In the south, because of "South. I On Wednesday' the small town* students, mad because their to His Paulon-Soktnon Gy-
of :'tON+ harmony 16 mile' northof fe'kiw?' students, who took part in rene" very Inspiring informational -
ern traditions the battle for righU go on, but It is far Defumak Spring wu struck'by the oountrr" sitting d< different from what's going on in South Africa where a tornado destroying the) ION; w ere expelled were considertng -I
blood is being shed. Baptiat Church, H* Sunday)ISclfool withdrawing from the)I'che&L Members! were a* follows:
and two barns. '
; I From left to right: QetesSconiers
Here we are able to battle in the courts In the press, And during the early hours el Sunday afternoon Mary Gibson, Jean Al-
Thursday Miami had quite an Last
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on the radio and television.In electric storm. {'I recital veryeflcyable bury. Rosa Hamilton Mrs.. Mc-
was gtven
: organ 111*elf. Jnanotto $ ran:. Dolores ",
our Congress, House and Senate have been In the Miduret flood have, at the sponsored Church by of the the St.Incarnation Paul I Campbell, Mary Crumbly. i'

battling for weeks in order to pass a bill that would driven thousands from taetr: Gu.Jd. Henry McKenney, chairman Louise Newboki." : s

guarantee voting rights to all citizens of the South. They homes. Bjgit are reported dead. Guest artists were Charles I Tcp left to right: Mrs. M. C. : .
have Disaster aid has gone to Iowa Mn.vr.. organist; Mrs Harolean Mrs. D. R. Norton Betty : .
not as yet agreed on even what is said to be a very 1 I Brown
weak bill. and Nebraska. storr.oprano.. J. Jerome Miller, Nelson, Vivian Lockette, Ma- : J
tenor and Arthur Evans accompanist belle Brown
The Episcopal Church hs I : C
However the fact that there was so much time spent made known lu genera! sympathy The guests of the Club were .a
upon it, and more than 15 amendments made proves how with the at down movement' The program included Hans David Curry Jr., who is interning .I
necessary it must be to have some civil rights frum Handel Glaamni, .Mendelsohn. at Northwestern in the social
measure :
.td. The California House ef Assembly hitcher Drod.sk. ,. Udde, science department Elizabeth t
pasts voted' to commend Negrosit Mile: Offenback Jcssel. Bur- Banks Doneila Hardnett, Patricia ::...
down demonstrations In the I .1'.. and Carmichael Bdmonscn: Mrs. M. Wiley.By .
Evangelist Billy Graham who recently returned froma South giving full men 1 weight
a \ it to troubled Africa gives America some timely ad to those seeking equal light Much in the news Is about our Doneila HardneU
rice Says Mr. Graham: "" {i Umud Fund. Our new president
The army announced on Wednesday : Harry P Cain finds that the --- -
"Time is running short and Americans should tackle that 2,000 paratroopers: fund has been doing some I
the problem of race tension close ranks, and show the will be mt' to Okinawa in June. oor bookkeeping spending or I
borrowing II
m pledges not col-
peoples of newly emerging Negro nations that such complex In the news unofficially. D. A -*''Hd Now there must be re-
problem in human relations can be solved." Dobb. assistant director of Vo I I >.r vniuUcn and things get I
eaUoftal' Training at Nerthm-est- .. .traia-ht fen the next campaign.Som .
The California assembly has voted commendation for: em Senior High School, will bepresident I otftces have been abolished I
Negro sitdown demonstrations. of the new Junior College and agencies ordered to make
to be set up at Northwestern sn 11 per cent cut' I

Locally adhering to Gov. LeRoy Collins suggestion i school
that a biracial committee be appoLsted to consider the! I this Mwuni wtik Beach had a birthday
iu 4th We have
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counter sitting at chain stores and other interracial mat Ojr new sky meager Melvin I t Aatchrd the growth of this ciy:
L. Reese, thinks he has a plan to:
tt'rs, Mayor Robert King High on Tuesday appointed a sfcp; the boHta. He h** orderedthe 'l fir\- more than 40 years of tUtv
committee of five Negroes and six \\'hites.'e police department to sfav toe!I Tu H's e a well known expression
truly wondmulI
numbers racket.: Stofpittf tAe I
\\ commend our mayor for appointing a committee.I numbers has been the aim of I __ __ t
( crtainly sitting around a table discussing problems will Mayor High since he has been In -

or should bring about better results than sitting down do- office.numbers It have must not be been admitted stopped the I REGISTER TODAY Straightenyour

ing nothing about it. but there have been a cutting
down of the racket I hair
Your Vote is Needed
Reports are that County Manager 0.V.. Campbellwill

also appoint a committee.We At South*** UtoSvrstty 5.400
at HOME In one
have confidence in Miami. We believe she is I

capable of solving her racial problem. I easy application!

Naturally we must contend for our rights and keep I I FREE LIQUOR HOne J! How paaaqe.roes..can., tobat Lava aaay to-

on tending until we achieve them.
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will have no "'-IG about who will be Presidentof airv .a /sr arts
of beautiful new dresses, values to $35 alert k.......*aV.HaWAdvertise .
the United State unless you register to rote.
1M 10 tlibil6t lMot1Y
1960 will be year of decision, but you cannot help Only $1.00 and upUNIFORMS ewasar

make the decision unless you register and vote. .......

Nejrn> ciirm can yet<. more attention from both I -....- ertt1YlE1lC

parties and from all candidates by jut piling up a I

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I Sunlight Chit-Chat J. B. SMITH

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1960 Club MeetsThe ELECTRICSERVICE
By PHIL HILBERT

Phyllis Wheatley Art and .r
Social Club met at the home of to all dwho
YM Presents Morehouse Glee Club Sunday Con Tatulatkns
Mrs. M. Adderley at 6730 NW received their licenses. I Electrical Contractor
13th ave.. on Monday night. wish to leave this retribution HOUSEWIR1NG
March 28 fcr business and recreason. -
with you "The mills of the godsgrind
Mrs. Adderley proved to slowly, but they grind fine." "Don't Cull Call us"
be a wonderful' hostess and was
; ; sincerely thanked by Mrs. Me- -Greek pot. PHONE OX 1-3625
r Fadden for the club. At Sunlightwe're .given a
Members are planning a gala thorough course which enables us I Night or DayFLY
Fashion Show and Banquet at to become good beauticians, but .
the MI Club on Afrril %8. No it Is left within the Individual to
stone is left unturned to make each day
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this an enjoyable occasion. Mrs. wfiata taught to him.cry .. _
of I IOn t
Mildred Monroe Is chairman
the Fashion Parade. Tickets can March 18 the following students -i i,
be purchased by calling Mrs. were guests at the Child- TWA JETTO
Pearl Wise at FR 9.1581 and ren's Home in Kendall beautifying -
!: Mrs. !.1. McFadden at NE 5-022(1.( the youngsters: ),Irs. Z. Bed,1 I THE
; I iPhriLs I Wheatley Is a Federated Mrs. M Washington Mrs. Dlatch A.M.E. General
Club of the State and National Mrs. J. Alexander Mrs. J. Mc-
ICokrcd I Women's Club their Keithan Eo Jackson Mrs. D. Conference
iI program and projects are helpful Brown fiI; rvaor and Yours
to the City and State. Money' Truly
I HELD IN
I raised by the Club are used forbet'ermesnt I
1 of humanity. So The mind and body operate as LOS ANGELES
members are urging other clubs a unit; and the neglect of either 2.17 1960
I and their friends to come out and mot; be the detriment of both. May ,

enjoy it over the the show top.and help them put thoughts Optimistic promote good encouraging.health.,II I $267.96 Round Trip

The next meeting of Phyllis Healthy mental thoughts can be, Plus $22 Jet Surcharge
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Wheatley Art and Social Club 1 cultivated by self-control and Pay $27.00 Now-Balance Later
will be at the home of Mm. Josephine 1 practice. Make up your mind as (4 Hour-Trip) '
Baker, 225 NW 6th st.1 to what Is right and then con-
l April 11.Mrs.. tinue to do it until a habit is established. ASK ABOUT OUR ALL
M. Price Is president; EXPENSE COSTS
M Daniels reporter.
"Do not then stand idly waiting I
for acme greater work to do Make Reservations NowtNORTH'S !
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The Morch: :.ease College: quartette Featured .*:i be Paul Cream's Tea Chairman Fortune Is a lazy goddess' shewill
and gee! cub of Atlanta "The Celestial Vision- in Mrs. Evelyn Carter, 328 NW never ccme to you. Go and
will be presented in a concert at ddiU.n to .works. ranging from 15th st. 3rd vice president Dade toU in any vineyard. Do not fear TRAVEL BUREAU
4 o'clock; Sunday in Northwestern I Bach's compositions to American County Ycung Democratic:! Association I to do or dare; if you want a field
High School auditorium 7007 I Fork lore to Negro spirituals. was chosen as chairlady of of labor you can find it any Phone FR 9-6779
NW 12th ave The presentationwill the annual Calendar Tea. Mrs. where.-Ellen M. Gates.
be sponsored by the Carver Ticket are available at North's Carter has been In various meetings --- -- 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue
YMCA as a benefit for "Friends Travel Bureau, Varsity BarberShop with her committee chairmen -
of Youth ).Il'I'I nbers1: }pL" The Spit and Span Market., Please read the Miami Times Register Today!
quartet pictured Includes left to Community Drug Store, Johnson's for further information concerning
right Maurice Lee, Robert Shoe Shop Service Drug Store. this program
Powell Thomas Perkins Robert Atlanta Life Insurance Co,
Murphy Range Funeral Home Carver Y.I I First and Second Mortgages Available

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sn....&.... u...ew.1__

Tampa Discourages Negro 'ff you like to have all your bills combined into

I one small payment and still have some money left?

atgle 6rY'"..III If $1,500 or $10,000 will help you at a time like

Voter Registration = this, let me get it for you.
.a'1 ; 1415 :, Today is not a day too soon to phone if you wantto

apply for a loan.
Last Thursday night upward of house by 9 pm. I
600 persons turned out at the office Irked by the large turn out of
of the Supervisor of Registrrtfen Negroes Dekle said there would H. DA VIS
to add their names to the be no future night registration. -ft -: J::
W C Patton e RdMoi .r. MORTGAGE BROKER
roll of first-class citizens. is directing t h eoampalgn.

A local citizens group knownas j HARLEM DRUG CO. Phone FR 9-8531 Eves. NE 3-6754

the liilkborough County Nonpartisan 1400 N.W. Srd Avo. Miami, "1..
Registration Committee Denny Buys Firm .
headed by James A. Hammond
assisted by the County Commissioner Harry Denny has bought the .
*. Democratic Executive office of Lowrie Realty 1112 I
Committee, the League of Women Palm ave, Hjaleah. The new
Voters and the Tampa Tribune, firm fill be known as Action
brought pressure on the supervisor Realty Mr Denny, formerly. associated -I YOUR: : CREDIT 1 IS O.K. ATBAKER'S
of regictratlon John C. with Mr. Low,,. as a
Dekl.. to open the books at night .salesman has had many yean of
for the benefit of the working ,experience in the real estate business
people Dekle had originally refuted and WM leading salesmanwith
to, provide night registration one of the largest firms In I depfv
giving as an excuse' It was Miami.
too expensive the few that
portunity.A would take. advantage of the op. Fashion Hat Show -store

International F and A. M Masons
long line beean. to form at prevent a Fashion Hat Showon
3 pm. composed of both white Sunday. April 3 at 3.30: pjn. North Miproi
and Negro Ittwer, the Negroes at Longshoreman Hall, 818 NW
out numbered the white by 2nd ave We are presenting
three to one Several hundred Madam Teasley of Passiac. and
Hood in line for hours with Newark N. J. with the Teasley'
many of the women with bahles Originals and a special designer I
in their arms to become first of hats. Donatkn 100. Ir-'ii11I DOWN
class. Daughter Ruby Nailing Su-
The bide el'OffOQutrPd the tawne Grand; Matron Demerttt,
re.-i trars to remain on duty until Oommanetator
11 45 p m that night to register I I I t
all ....ho were In the court take months _
niony to !
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HARLEM SQUARE FR 4.3034 buy ajl tire <;idtlim0 *- JfMrlrfly

SWEET SHOP 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.

A PULL CINE'' Or GROCERIES W. copy and enlarge pictures of il

COLD CUTI COSMETICS )our lowed ones .t Half price.Wo .
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: *1 3 ,- j J 0 0 With morel purchase Present this of $5 cou or
w \ e pon. at 1051 N.W. 62ndSL.
N Limit 1 per adult
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Prices Effective STAMPS I
Only At Good thru Sat.,April 2
1051 N.W.62nd St.
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MORE GROCERY THRILLERSMI IN OUR ECONOMY MEAT DErAilMENT -

AUNT JEMIMA u.s. GOVERNMENT GRADED

QUICK CORN CHUCK Ib
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GRITS MEAL ROAST

5 16.. 334
SHOULDER ROAST BONED: 494

WESSON ..rseal 39CWhiltside
F. F. D"l"xt SAlAD (OIL W"II.??' PORK NECK BONES 2 Ibs 294

; ; Col/irtf"/ GTMHSWftfesiVe Your Choice LAMB BREAST Spring Geuine 3 *. 25*=
Tlfli> Greens 10Fyitt /
FRESH ICED GRADE A GEORGIA SHIPPED
Tijf Pork i teas FOR $J CHICKEN WINGS/ 25 Ik" BACKS 3 lbs' 25C
Sliced Ctrnfs "
Frejiwr / 103 CANS IP IT SWIMS---WE HAVE IT!

FYNE TASTE LARGE WEST COAST -,/
4 Pork ROE MULLET 15c/fc/ Jf.

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MACKEREL sa..15i,,4, :.-I ,e

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Deli.In Our Dept. Greens 2 bunches z90
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TASTY SAUSAGE 2'? 69t YAM ::::/;."s' 3 'lbs lIt

SKINLESS fRANKS 2 'e b., 69C
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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Slimline Fashion il

PAGES SATURDAY APRIL 2 1960 I Show Success
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Figures and Fashions were( i j !

.. Ricco Saunders quite and the females fashiODhow discussion that attended of the males thetabuoWl .*$ !"! I I1

Captures Palace sponsoredby \
the Easy Method School of
Main Event OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
-i ? '.'I Charm and Redudnc of Fashionette -
By ELLIOTT J. PIEZE Beauty Salon 6888 NW 15th i
F ave of which Mrs. Evelyn Tyneis \1
Taking the best that his csjpon- the charm and reducing in-
xtt had .to otter and carrying the3ght ,r structor. FRIDAY SATURDAY t
most ot the way Ricco,
tounders, 169. Nassau won a I The Slime S. S. Club pre ,
manknous decision over Jim sensed the most talked about ,, SAM SPiEGEI
I basses( 172. Kansas City, Mo.show of the aHSO > EUI BEIN TNARiN rIF
i n the main attraction at the Palace -, The theme, Any Woman Can
Arena on Monday nifht. Both, be a )fodei." Mrs. Vivian Loog TAYLOR C L ia i
I sea fame good account of them and Mrs Shirley Johnson were
;eves and:
kept the crowd thrilled
I the featured models.
They hacompleted
all the
way. the course in
Eddie Ludlow. 132 Miami, woni and reducing and irere ffff unanimous decision over Jab.In' examples of what. a model 5
Jake Sitnmons, 129. Miami-be. ..." .. i
.t hler l fC
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n the 4-round semifinal bout of
The other featured models were'Mn.
:.he eveninc. The semifinal con Inez Fayson. Caroline Wt. ;
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.est also proved to be a hecticMttle. !lams. Ruby
Cruz. Mrs Lola $srD 011I nrut n
Martin, Willie P. Gallowa,.. A t
The Dade Cc-Sty Unit of the suits In were three-round bouts the r e- Gloria Williams" "Mrs. lUppinevtf TENNESSEE ewrrwtllliUS
190.
Miss
American Cancer Society announces Rufus Roberta. 149, Miami Hattie: Deborah. Arlene Jones NEW.
the appcxntment of Mrs.Luuta scored a unanimous decision over JC! T
C son as chairman: of WHIM Bowden 148. Tinon. Gax Some of the beautiful clothes J
the I960 Cancer Drive for Di- Charlie P+uxel. Ill Miami worn by the models were with CMcatotr DRAMA '.I .
vacs 'L' which includes: WashHcigfets knocked out James MJknmy" Gator the compliments of The Two Sis-
Inglen Coconut Grove 120, Miami in 1:$8 of the first ten Shop. 24 N. Miami ave. and JOSEPHLMNttUEWlCZ
RJcomend Heights, Perrine, round. the DoMnjer's Apparel. 1530 NW
Brach Park, and Magnolia Willie Taylor 178 Miami won StArthur
Heigths. a split drcisicn over Leroy Alexander t j&
I I, 179, Madison. He. Evans pianist; Mrs I ,
Thekna
Johnson
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The meotn of April .is cancer' Kid Pekce. 19, Miami, scored I McDonald nar-
month. Nay April 5, will be a TKO over Wilu. Wright 168. rater; Jacqueline Cromell+: RobeorM Wi"SPIECa
the kck.tf deer to door fund 1 Atlantic City, in 50 seconds' of the Davis and Baldwin Hep.
raWf.< drive for tMs number aQe first round. burn were' guest soloists for the
kttk Bobby 'T1cer"' Allen 137 Si.,|i occasion. .)

Mrs. OaMop is vice president Thomas Virgin Wands, and i So until( the fall of the year UlIME
and proyecu chairman' of Greater Jeae James, 140 Marion, Indiana. when we will spin present Fif- .
Miami Chapter of Links, Inc battled to a draw. ,I urea and Faction. Ladies Jeue wrw.aoatt.. )
u4_1 sponsored jointly with Walter Walker tai. Tallahassee l see Mrs Evelyn Trnell! at Easy +i.t "-
American Cancer Society. three scored a TKO over Robert Metfacd School of Charm and tDI0fi41UHirt :
cancer tasbtutes for the women Jackson. 100, Philadelphia, in Reducing A new class will .........- ,
of ) ..,.*. She is a member of St 1:45: of the second round. f' April 3, at 4:30: pm at Fashion aMI lOll'I
James AME Church Delta Si na Referees were Eddie Edcert et> Beauty Salon Phone OX .... .
Theta Sorority, the National. and James Kinnon, and Elliott J.; 1-9110 or N'A U0470. m1QLla[ i
Site and Local) Medical Auxiliaries Piece announcer.Won't I--
and is the wife of Dr. Nsthaaiel I :
Cal.toa.COLLINS'. You Give BUNCHETHEATRE
-PLUS-
A Pint of Blood?
OPA tor < A
VIEWS The Dade County Tuberculosis SUN, MOM. TUES I
patients DOW hospitalized in Lantana ALAN LADD .
FAVORED BY 8-1 and Tame*, need your help. kkt
There must be blood ea hand for Olivia DtHavllland In
Talialtaee Gov LeRoy immediate use to speed the recovery "PROUD REBEL-
CeHtns office says ccmmunicatkrfu of these patient.. i In Techflkaler
to his office are running Your Dade County Tuberca-
about 8-1 in favor of the views lots. Association Is indebted to "Attadc of The
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he expressed recently on a statewide the Dade County: Blood Dank 50 Foot Woman" Invadea "Apache Territory !
radic-teieviston speech for blood that has been used. with Alllsoe Ha,... p
dNllRI with race relations. Won't you five a pint and save t MN h
a life? w'tos's a.+v w Anone l

The foverAor said it was morally AU dcnors will be given a de- .... "" .
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wrong though legally rUtot t. llcious hot dinner In Northwest- ._,APACH
fey variety store operators to in- em's Cafeteria. AIR CONDITIONED
vte Heroes to trade in some departments The blood procurement project
but refuse to serve win be held Wednesday and ,
them in. otfeert. such u Kinchcounters. Thur day, April 13-14 from 79pm I RITZTHEATRE i ..w.--.Ir..L er.&a. .
at Northwestern g4;
Vocational
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Kirn
His; cff.ee said School 7007 NW 12th ave. I '
2,419
favorable
The dinners
will be sponsored NOW SHOWING i
eovmuiuratjoM have been re by The frontiers of America and
ceived une'esaifted., 366 unfavorable and 33 the Phi! Beta Sigma f steraity.Ap. "Purple Gang"BARRY

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GOOD MUSIC REFRESHMENTS 'Have Rocket Will t .
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For Justice of The Peace District 2 i S FATS DOMINO

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BROTHERS
Native Floridian 9 Civic Leader I THE DIAMONDS

Former Miami Municipal Judge GEORGE SHERING QUINTET
CHARLIE BARNETT

The Only Candidate With f fI THE DEL VIKINGS

JUDICIAL THE LANCERS
EXPERIENCEPd. THE 4 ACES

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Arolllid The Bahamas 50C IAL sSwCUke I SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1960 PAGE 9

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By A. H. MeKCNZIK
Rev Cousin Ideal Bethel.In .
Orlando, he built a beautiful
The Friends of the Bahamu life It educational' edifice: in Tarn-
have plans for erection of the ------ Bishop TimberA pa. he paid off a large mortgage
first auditorium In the Bahamas. The Rev. Canon M.E. Cooper of and built a beautiful lounge and
It is to be located on Collins Ave. St. Agnes Church in Nassau, Isconducting study of the life end record of new rest' rooms fcr both men and
In Centerville. and fa to bare a the morning devotion Get Credit For Your the Rev S. A. Cousin,jMBtor atOl'f'atf'r women; in West Palm Beech he
seating capacity of 600 or 700people. over Statio ZNS. Bethel AIdE Church of I"t'I"nOdplf'dhe parwmate, com
It is estimated that the Miami will easily convince one plated the Interior of the church
building will cost 210000. Men- L. O Pindlinf and A. D. Hanna Earnings Each YearTo that he is Ideal timber for the and installed a mafnlflicient
ey for the construction will be councils for Warren Lav-rity, bishopric of hit chtmA. Rev pipe organ and *t Bethel
raised' by subscription.! flied an election petition! again quality for social security Cousin is near one opt leading a number of sfctntfieent! improvements -
the result of the recent election benefits at retirement, hear many candkUtee for bishop at the comInf' are new been g made und.-r
L. B. Johnson, Paul Adderley, held at Grand Bahama. His work units will you' need? "Most A2B Oenerel Conference, his leadership.Rev .
Orville Turnquest. Dr. Cleveland Lordship the Chief Justice Sir people" dont which meets In IJCBJ Angeles, Cat
eNorthr9ocW
Eneas and Livingstone Coakley Guy Henderson, granted permission Dkmston Miami early In May of1 this year. Cfeusfa Js. the endorsed

have Joined the PLP The three for thr"It of protest Security Many don't Manager',know said there today. Re*. Coucin married the form candidate of the 11th HptscotMT
even Is
ftrt" named
are members of the such a retirement, while o!lwrs er Mb, Mary L. Johns of Browns District which Is the state of
Bahamas Bar Dr. Eneas is a Ms. Eunice Wright 76. formerly I mistakenly think they can qtmll- yule, PI. in IBM and is now the Florida and veteran observers
prominent dentist, and Mr. Coak of Seam Addition died at the father of four fine
children
1.II an accountant This additfen Princess Margaret Hospital. fy or for two payments of work. with only a year daughter" and three sons one-of a are predicting that he will be
should bring treat strengthto whom Rev. PMTltp Robert elected on the first ballot.
the influence of the PLP. Your bumble scribe has been "Most people nrlll need several' Cousin pastor of Trinity AME -
feeling ill but is much improved. years of credit," Mr. Blonstoo Church, NorfoBci Va. as following
The Public Health Committee continued, "and the chance arc, In the footsteps of his Electrical Repairs
of the House of Assembly recently The Mary's Department Store, you will too. The exact number father. Mrs. LoU Bernadlne Murray
recommended' the build Clarence' Rain proprietor Is you will need' depends on when of Seattle Washington Is his 0 Stoves
of a chink at Snug Corner, AckHns > putting on a smart appearance' in you" reach retirement age; 62 for daughter, and the other tw0 sons
at a cost' of tl5.680. Timotfcy preparation for the Easter festival iromen, 63 for men. People are S. A. Jr., and Gary Edward, Small AppliancesOutdoor
McCartney and Miss Phyllis and Easter fashion parade. machine retirement are now both of Miami Lighting
Kemp were recommended for 6* All the parades will head to this need 44 year of ftmJn .
year medical scholarship at a cost' store Younger people will need mono Rev Cousin came to Florida 20 Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
of $840 and $1.680 per year re.epectively. For example, anyone now underage years ago and bs* pssrtored tha Speakers Installed
They are required' to The St. Johns Baptist Cathedral 54 will nee! 10 ,...n-tM following church: Allen Chapel.
serve"' in the medical department! Dr. T. E. W. Donkisan pastor maximum. I II Daytona Beach: St. Paul Tampa GEORGE INC.RAHAM
of the Bahamas after their in* celebrated" its 123th anniversary Payne Chapel West Palm Beach FR
ternsMp.Atty on March 6. Members of the six I Since payments in the future Mi Olive Orlando and Is now 3-1051
-- churches of the diocese in New depend on your eerninr wwr.it's in his. third year at Greater
Providence attended the 7 pm. important that you receive allcrrdf
Orville Turnquest flew to service which ws followed by a I s due If you work for -
England en March 16 for his musical concert. wr*. you should be certain
fml examination far the decree your employer report them with VOTE FOR JAMAICA SAM
of LL. B. at London University. Henry Roberts about 65. you r correct" social security
Recently he passed the law examinations watchman at Bethell-Roblnson number If you are self-employ-
at Lincoln Inn. London warehouse was found dead early I'd.00 should be careful to use FOR GOVERNORIt's
and will soon be called to on the morning of March 7. your correct soul security number
the English Bar u a barr1s r..t- There was no evidence of foul on rour tax returns.For .

taw. play or violence.Henrv additional I information Time for a ChangeCome

P. G Rodgers, Tl. of Aurosta "Burdlne** Robert, dJedsuddenly about the number of credits
St.. died on March 15 at the en March 7. Funeral needed to qualify for soda s..-
curitv benefits, fH In touch with and Hear Platform
Princess Margaret Hospital. Funeral was held March 11.The my
services at Christ Cathedral the Miami Sndal Security office
at 234 NT 79th st The telephone
the next day. were '
MI conducted charge aralnst James
!
number PI 8-5511 Ask SEE ME TODAY
1* for
by the Very Rev. T. E. ,
Ineraham for the murder of orison -
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of N.**au and the Bahamas. 1 overseer Samuel Otis King the free pamphlet entitled' soa1 M
('! Security Credit"
'I was thrown out of the '-hrhtnte'J -
Mr. Rodgers is survived' by his
court March 10. Elvin
on
wife. Mrs Lenora Rodiers; two
Dr K. V. A. Rodrers and RMf' who was originally charred
sens. with the murder Feb 6965 N.W. 15th Ave. Miami
on 17 will ,
Arnold Rodgers; a daughter Mrs. Don't Fret Fight!
be trir* during the April sewlon
Iris Jftn... a sister, Mrs. Elf:e
Cambridge. of the Supreme Court

Join The NAACP "'" (::. .. -
After many years in the Imperial Post Office
Lighthouse Service Mr. ..,.,- "'- :- _.-
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Rodgers retired and later worked
Positions Available
with the Customs Departmentuntil
he went into retirement For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

about a year ar' He w... F.xf'IC'Uthf'tary Joe Fa-
awarded the British Empire -nte board ff U !''to Civil Serv -
Medal by His Majesty Kin .ce. Examiners. Miami ann'ninrH -
Gcerre VI. He WM a member of tndav that examinations BONDED COLLECTION
the Free and Accepted Order of tmuld be held for Mall Handler.L .
Masons, the Improved Benevolent ..hnrr and Janitor In the MIami -
and Protective Order of Elks of Pmt Office.Appfeants .
the WerM. Good Samaritan Odd mutt actually retkfe r'
Fetkws and other fraternal organic within the delivery area of
*tien*. he Mfeml! T'o't Office or be a AGENCY Inc.
Vina fide patron of such office
The "devir dldnt have much TV ttf rH for Laborer and Janitorare ;;
to do in order to fet Albertha restricted by law to pers ftI ,
Jafcnten in trouble.! On March 12 who are entitled" to veteran* "
site ...es charged In the Magis nw-fM-ence Anolfcatlons will not
trate's Court with takln the b* acwrrten1 from persons not ent4ed -
eye shades of Ronald McKenzie, to veteran preference" An-
a bMnd man. and wilting arrest f\!iesnte mtrt be physically able The largest collection and rental
A'ttt"Um she had carried the to perform efficiently the duties
shades to her home, she told the 'f the *ftfon. which are 6>serlbfd in the South; operating in '
pottre that she was only teasingthe In the Civil Service announcement agency
blind man. She WM bound .
over far six months in a $21 Dade and Broward Counties'Negro !
:Starting salaries for Laborerare I
bend. !Ml. .405 per" annum Janitor
"!170 per annum and MallHandler Housing areas
The Rev O A, Griffith well-
known minister of St. Peter's' sun per hour

Church Key West many years, ArjnMcatkms for these positionsmay L. 1.. BROOKS, f rt.ldt.t
diet in his sleep on March 14. be obtained from the executive ,
Father Griffith was well-known ecretarv. Bard of U. S. I
throughout the Bahamas for his fHvil Service Examiners, Post MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
cheriatable work He will be Office BuMdng! 300 NE First
named by people of all walks of ave room 104, I 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

I, BROWARD COUNTIES
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Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted

Guaranteed ...... .............. $4.75 -,-

Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 I ,I
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Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios +- :,,

Guaranteed Watches ........ from $6.95 ..- ... ".A I '1 > -V CY, INC.it .

DAVID JEWELLERS -p

1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 1 .

CONVENIENT LOCATIONS


1140 N.W. TIrd ST. ...,..-. 'L ..M7 1011 N.W. .t* ST.FL .

441 GRAND AVI. L..d....... -..--....- JA 44M1
DRIVER'S LICENSE __ HI 4-1447

4140 M.W. tntt AVI. .._.... NI S.S4M lit HAMMONOVILLE RD.Pemp4. .
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BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE 1171 N.W. Ill tt OX 1.4411
14410 N.W. teal AVE.

O'BERRY'SMAGIC 17S21 HOMESTEAD AVI.ParHae OM tasks MU 1.041

CI I-WI 1100 N.W bed CT. _... FR 4-im
DRIVING SCHOOL

6262 N.W. 15th Avenue .MAIN OFFICE. '- .
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INVEST NOW IN FLORIDA












HAMPTON R COLLI










Developers of J



Hampton Acres -



Airport Gardens 2




Truman City Equal 18 City Lots 108,900





Thousands of our Customers have made bit

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by us for $395 are now tvorth up to $6,O

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BUY TODA




READ WHAT. Read What .

MARY JOSEPH Dale S. Renault
Real Estate Editor of the
875 N.W. 70th STREET
Miami Beach Sun

HAS TO SAY. Ha to Say .

That Mm story of endless' .*.
March 21. 1tsO p.rtu"'U' I* being repeated

Alan Roth.HamptonCollier. throughout. the state but nowhere -
Acre more dramstkally than InCollier
ItS Northwest 14th Street "' County on the lower Gut'Coast
Miami. Florida" of Florida
It should' bo emphasized' that
Dear Mr. Roth. the land offered In Colllor County -
la not ready for 'Immediate development
I want to take this .
opportunl Rather' It roprnt alongrange
DOWNS x ty to commend. you for your ooll.ng 'Investment opportunity .
< to me 10 different tract sf just a* did' the Coral City
one acre each .In Hampton AcreLI area a few years ago when aeroago .
paid you an average price of thoroabouta was considered,
a 135.00 each. I am happy to say to bo purely' speculative, as It was
that these acres are worth today In fact.
".000 each.
Make no mistake about It -
f You may consider' this letter Florida' acreage ttlll provide. the
a. your authorization, to use my greatest 'Incentive and the greater -
picture, and ttirs 'letter or part of profit opportunities' |in real
BALANCE- this program..letter .In your advertising, estate. In the Sunshine' Stat today. -

True lots, horn dovtlepment -
Very friendly. yours, and commercial' properties
Mary are yielding' almost I wnprocodtntod -
Easy Payments Mturna for (I""....,*. But the
fact atlll remains' that the greatest -
potential for profit atlll lies 'Inland
READ WHAT. held. for speculation or d-

JENNIE PEACE vtlopmonLThl* was graphically demonstrated -

143 N.W. 7th only' recently when the
R and R Builders paid approximately
HAS S7.000.000 for .000
.IOMP"I Iota .In Cora| City. In North Dad
March 29, 1160 County. In the late 'SO'. tracts 'in
the same area before Coral City
H..ptoft.C.lller Acres wa. developed, were offered for
lift Nrthwt 14th Street till for five to
acre (equivalent
..,...... Florida' 11 .Isis) *. at tit down and $10
Atto; Alan Roth M a
M
Dear Mr. Roth
'In answer to your Inquiry. Ye. month.HAMPTON
I did purcha from you S acre
.In Hampton Acre, and I paid .
fr the acre* an average price
0' $115.00 each I am happy toNy
that thus acre are worth
today better than ,..SOO each. I '
,
don't think' I will' sell l| u".... I "
get better than ".000 och.
You may consider. this. 'letter as '.. 795 N.
your suthrUatl t* us* myptoturs ...
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:1
: end this 'letter K part sf &
this. letter. .In your advertising'


program.Very sincerely' your.. Miami Fla."IN
J*.inl'* Puce Monroe .
14J N.W. 7th Street
Miami. ., Florid' THE BAMlAmdt ,


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Park

Feet -- 330 Feet x 330 Feet.



money in Hampton Acres Etc. One acre tracts once sold


|---- ask your friends Once again your Biff Opportunity .


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ALL OF GREATER MIAMI IS TALKING ABOUT HAMPTON-COLLIER ACRES YOU'VE

MADE BIG MONEY ON ALL OF OUR LOTS, AND ACRE PURCHASES. ONCE AGAIN I

YOU CAN BUY AT LOW PRICES WITH SMALL EASY PAYMENTS.The .


days of golden opportunities for Real Hampton Collier Acres easy payment TilE NATION'S EARLIEST MARKET
Estate investments are not over. In fact, plan will make it possible for you to purchase BASKET! Collier County grows fresh
the greatest days may well lie just ahead I as much as 40 acres, or as little as vegetables the earliest yield in the
Fortunes are still being made in land, allover 2V| acres, with small initial Investment! nation! Tens of thousands of rich, black
the world, and one of the most promising Consider some of the vital facts and statistics earthen acres are under constant cultivation *
areas for growth in the near futureis concerning this area. yielding the first vine.ripened torna
right here in Florida, right in your own toes, lettuce, corn, sweet! potatoes, etc
Even the smallest of these tracts which
back yard. The factors that made
same IT IS NOT IN THE EVERGLADES!
early investors in Dade and Broward The Florida Everglades the famous can be bought on terms at the level of cigarette >
County the millionaires of ** money is a full 330'330, equalto
today are now broad, shallow, "river of grass which
operating to create wealth for today's investors made so much of South Florida's land the area of more than eighteen large
in beautiful COWER COUNTY. "useless" for many centuries, touches city lots! They are perfectly square, no
odd>shaped plots, guaranteeing ease of
Collier County only in the extreme North
platting and development with greatestarea
until east Corner many, many miles from
COLLIER
COUNTY recently utility, and a minimum of waste
thought of as South Florida's Last Frontier your purchase. Though undeveloped at this time, this landis
is starting to stir from its long lethargy so attractive that if you ever visit il
and any month, any week, activitymay HIGHER ELEVATION THAN MOST you'll hate the idea of selling it! If at all
snowball, and when that time comes, OF GREATER MIAMI 1 These tracts havea possible, you should have more than one
Collier County land will all but disappear MEAN ELEVATION OF 12' ABOVE tract not only for the larger profit potential
from the speculative market. SEA LEVEL higher than the average but because you'll want to keep some
residential areas of Miami. of it for your own home, recreational
This may well be the last chance JOG will refuge, or retirement site.
ever have to make an investment, securedby ...

the most durable and safe of all collateral UTlIII I I III" ................11..11............. ..
good solid earth-REAL ESTATEin 1
the nation's most glamorous and fastest-
HAMPTON-COLLIER ACRES
growing state, at a price you can easily
afford. 195 Northwest 14th Street

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Miami 36, Florida

a COLLIER ACRES Enclosed is my reservation deposit. Please rush complete details, including -

maps, brochure, contracts, plats, eta


Name ..................................... ....?......................?... a' ACRES
W. 14th St. 395

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA -- Adult Sewing and I centers. Registration fee for eachcourse

SATURDAY APRIL 2 1960 is $2.00. For further information -
PACE 12 ,
Courses PL 5UI.I .
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America's County Offered I Night of Stars at

Key West Southernmost city Newsy S Tha Adult Homenaktef Edu- I Dunbar ElementaryOn

cation Division of the Dad 0
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Monday night, April the
FRANCIS .. PALMER
By County Board of Public Instruction
to aU adults 12 PTA of the Dunbar Elementary
.. is offering
r -u ...
Walter .
LU Lt r I r i t t L
is of
weeks courses in plan sewing advanced School presenting a Night
MISS WALKER HONORED flldatlaf. sewing basic women1 Stars," featuring such artists as
Survivors ... 'Wheel ... --- ,
two
are tailoring short cuts in meal preparation Dizzy Jones and his nand sins-
reached Newspaper the city accounts that er. Key West and Albert New The Star Light Lodge No. Ml and home decorations, ing their soon to be released, "All
Walker daughter of Mr. ; a of daughter New York Mrs.10 Mary franfl- will meet Friday night April 1 (drapes, bedspreads, and slip I Want to do," a number that
Mrs. Alvin O. Walker of 12 grand; children: at 8 pm. at the Masonic Tenfl* C promises to to all the way In th*
nati mill make history in great and on Pembroke Road An meafeen Hoenomaktef elasset win be entertainment world alto Bobby
nieces nephews are asked to be Clarence held In b following. centers: and Killen Fiesta
queen who is a The Key West Under present Marshall Clyde of
11 .t St.t. wrb School is Co. had charge of arrange Johnson Is W.M4 Hiram Ash, sec Booker. Washington High Fame. On this same program
first colored girl V> partldpata retary. Monday, Thursday evenings.' you will be able to see the prize
the Mayor's Girl Day which' Dorsey) .- Tuesday and Wed.DMSay winning Jsbbenrock skJ:. Tan
be held late in March. Samuel Wallace of S10 Eliza The first graders of Carver crgainfi.! Shoes I Pink Shoe Laces Polka-
The Girls Day in Cincinnati SL, died March U at Mon Ranches Elementary really pot on North Dad Monday and Dot Vest and a Purple Hat Band"Don't
a time when the girls from General Hospital after a March 23. The occasion was thea Ttrarsday. miss this wonderful oppor
ous schools in the city take illness funeral services fine performance Friday night J. R. E. Lee; South Miami tunity to lee and hear many cf
the reins of city held on March 21 from presentation of the atay. The Monday rrentnipt.'' our local stars and other attractions
posts for the entire work ; Wesleyan Methodist Sleeping' Beauty.: Parents aDd Maya, Gould Monday and on this gala variety show at
Elvira Walker is the The Rev. G. W. Allen offldated. teachers and the arta**!, 'Mr*. Tuesday' eventofs.R Dunbar Elementary School on
daughter of Mrs. Flossie E. Survivors are six nieces, Susie Daniels, were very proud R. Moton. Pernne Monday Atrll 4 at 8 p-m. Tickets may be
secured from members of the
of this dty and her mother, grand nephews, cousins of the first graders. and Wednesday.
former Eloise Sands, is a aDd friends. James E. Scott Homes Mon Dunbar faculty, parents of the
The many parents are tbanking school or at the dcor. Thanks for
Key Wester and a graduate day and Thursday.
Douflsss. John Burrows of 721 Thomas the teeachers for noAfa K so LIberty Ssare Project Wednesday your cooperation
SL. died at his residence, Monday hard to make this affair a aoeects. and Thursday'
Miss Walker b etghth
an March 22, after a long Ill The spas "were Xrs. Aorea-U" Bethel AXE Church, HhUeahWednesday -
School is
Marks whkh
of Walnut St. Hills section of Ware Macs Verden Miller MfesBestrice !! mornlnc. NEED CASH
Gates. Mte MM Jo Orchard Villa School Monday .
natL Florida Realty Banks Mrc. E Mrs. Marie ChappeDe.I .
Mrs. Loretta Smith is sick Dunbar Thursday.'
her residence on Julia St. Sponsors YMBasketball Frank" C. Martin. Richmond CALL PL8.3653IDEAL
Dine (Toby) Matthew and Refjftttfr Wednesday
Willie Whim the husband Banquet Dorothy Terrell of hauler Junior FMOJumtern Monday thru LOAN CORP.
Mrs. Kathleen Whyms. 116 Him School were delegates to Friday, day and evening.
ia St, Is ill at home. of."I Florida ave. Realty sponsored Co." of the 10999 annual NW Tallahassee for New Homemakers MAIL !awls Homestead 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
of
America. Mrs A. J. Salmon
Recreational Basketball Classes began March 2*. ReP-
Attention readers: Please sponsor, accompanied than:
Banquet recently In the Breezeway
-
Monday all news evenlnjs.REV. to your. reporter at the Carver Branch I on the trip.

YMCA. Mrs. Dease Taylor of 5240 SW
AND MRS. WHITE More than 10 youngsters parti 13th st. annunces the marriage OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOU
HONOREDA in this activity. Fifteen of her daughter Nancy Kerri-
trophies were awarded" to the SOD to Moses Gay Jr.. Wednesday
surprise party was given outstanding basketball players. March 23. The couple resides at I SEE THE SOOTH'S LEADING COLORED
honor of Rev and Mrs. K Rev, Edward T. Graham 52CS SW 18th st
White at the parsons March u guest speaker and challenged I PSYCHIC READER
at 930 pm. A large number the fellow to always play Please make April 24 aa appointment .
members and friends of the game fair whether it's a for yoursetf at a Cal
community' made this affair fame of basketball or a game of ender Tea upomorod bY the PTA
met success.' Refreshments We. of Carver Ranches Elementary.
ice cream and cake '
were Come all
one. come parents and t
Persons responsible for this Hotel Under New friends. Your birth month will
fair were Mrs. Bernice be represented' Time is from 4 to Y
and Mrs. Ethel Whitehead Management 6 pjn. Mrs. Susie Daniels, president
members anf friends of
Announcing the opening of
Rev. and Mrs. White thank the Lamount Hotel 1204H NW
members and friends for 3rd ave, now remodelled and Miss Genevieve Brown of Hal-
wonderful surprise that was.j under new mans tmMat. Nice lan ate hi the new lady barber at
en them. They really appr cool rooms. Open 24 hours a day. Bow '. Modernistic Barber Shop.
what was done tor then. Rooms by the day, night week or Miss Brown will specialize! in N
month. Suite to rent also. processing.
DEATHS 1-20M.Gbenln March :c. Phone FR"

Mrs Minnie Gsndolfo of Rome Parson ta now at Bowels
Whitehead St, died at her .. Barber Shop No. J, 5432 SW ''.h
dence funeral services st Ife will manage that shoo
conducted on Monday .! REGISTER TODAY daily Hours are S am. to S pmT IX mj year .f Ba" H.... cde and prH*r< j_ bmadt
March 21 at I o'clock from Life aa a lighting* g Ides UK hlp IB a MnrmOTlIEItS
Mary's Star of the Sea ie Progressive Cash of South V
Church with Father Balers Your Vote is Needed Browsed will meat at the home WII1 PAIL YOU HKK MK .

"'"------ of Arnold Rcmeey. April 1. at For Success in Business And Love
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Dth st and SW 40th ave.
ENROLL NOW IN CONSULT HER -

Mrs. Mattie Settles Rarfla You can now hava your home made happy
SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor 5001 SW 21st It. Carver Raarttes Cat and Hold the position you so long wanted r

wa teary of tha Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
a Ufa Loaf Profession John March By the help of Cod aha can help you
27 at a wring anal tee at the
Florida' Oldest, Reliable and Complete School Masonic Temole. 1742 NW Ird Remove evil influence if you ara sick, worried or in
ave. Miami. Mrs Ranis also is trouble
1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-3998 thanking the : g for 9
donations and helping making It will pay yon to call sad ..* IbM GlflrJ M"" tlum. pint

this affair a success. "...... tlinassads CMM yearly for help and advice" % JOG too ..

be toachgd by this strange my.t rUMM famer
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
43 SitdownersFod .
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1960 PAGE 13

V'Jt --. r.AAV..J _- __ _J.

Guilty in Raleigh N.C :rr "

..1;... Personal Mention

A city court conviction of 43 return to their native Africa and I ",,' '\
N'IT' student for trespassing In "they'll find out they're doing a -_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_-_------------------------.
' \ 9 ------------------------
;zrh Carolina has laid the lot better here." i
rruxMork for a possible U. S. 1 'l! Robert 1L Miller of Chicago ton of 1531 NW lit court.
s.rtme Ccurt decision on lunch At Memphis, Tenn. eight Negib r national secretary of the Funeral
?;r/.cr denonstraUons.A lawyers met with the city 4 ,. Directors' and Morticians Association I I Mr. and Mrs. Vernol Carey
':o-ne"J for the students an* cuiunission and asked that all .:. '" t. visited Miami last weekend I were up from Key West attending
'need Monday that the convicv public facilities be desegregated in .reparation fOr the coming the funeral of his aunt Mrs.
and fines at Raleigh will bcaled .nvnediately. The answer was an caL real board meeting of the association Margaret Jilggs of Coconut Grove
;: first to Superior Ccurt txnphaUc no. Mayor Henry Loeb which meets In Miami Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
)n". lawyer has said the cases said the commission !is "pledged .11 April 18-19 Major accompanied them. Sun
c be taken to the Supreme and committed to maintain segregation Mr Miller, who Is originally day they were the guests of Mr.
_rt If necessary. by all legal mean I I0canz from Clearwater, has been a resident and Mrs Leonard Asb on 70th
T--C appeal Involves constltu- d Chtcarb for the past 10 It.
burI. S. C. continued v. years.' He Is the co-owner of the
of North Carolina's tres3 -
-i'.ty -
- law which says In effect a trying seeks ago 188 In students an anti-segregation arrested two ."c"1 I M.Uer and Major Funeral home Mr and Mrs. Phillip (Catherine
7)0 East 53rd at.
) Peterson will leave
c Aunt may serve the custom parade. Twenty received sentences Saturday
, he wishes to serve. Other for BateetHirf. S. C. to the attend
3.hern" states have similar stat cl $>0 fines or 30 days In The Dorsey Memorisl Branchof Mrs, Mildred clod!e Clair for* the funeral Mr. Peterson's fata*
IW I I I Jail for breaching the peace and the Miami Public Library Invites meriy of Miami and now of New er, IL P. Peterson on Sunday.
e :-S promptly appealed to. higner Y
you to celebrate National ;Tk. arrived in Miami March 11
:Je the court test got under court. Fire boues aDdear gas Library Week at Its official program on an extended vacation trip.
Q,y the sitdowns spread to Lou were used to break up the pa* on Wednesday, April 6, 8 Mrs. Clair was accompanied by
na for the first time. The chief rade March 15.Charged I I five young women Mrs. Cur- Proven Horsemen
",:ace at Baton Rouge arrested I pm.Edwin L. Davis local attorney, line Williams Cooks of up state
vcn Nero students born all* will serve as guest speaker. Mr. New York Mrs. Willie Dell Alan Ladd. one of Hollywood's
. -ro Southern University after With Davis, a graduate of the law Smith, Mrs Agnes Robinson and top horsemen, gives credit to ex*
ouM service at the white| school of Western Reserve University Mrs. Mildred Thurston of N e w, schoolmate Noah Beery Jr.. for
_:;) counter of an S. IL Kressr Selling Narcotics is active in chic and York. and Mrs. Msrgarettj his riding skill When both were
- They were charged with social affairs of the city. j Scrugxs of New Jersey. aMendiiXf North Hollywood highSchool
urbing the peace I I I U. S. Narcotics agents arrested Other items on the program I I The group visited Nassau for Noah frequently Invited
\r.rr the arrests Louisiana a 48-year-old man Monday in a will Include brief annotations on five days during their vacation. Alan to ride on the Beery ranch
* v Earl Long said the demon- rooming house at 1500 NW 74thSt. newer books In the library's collectkn. -j Mrs. Cooks and Robinson are In the SsnFernando Valley.
::';on was very fcolish. lie sud *- on roarers of buying and selling : rn.mUlie and a formerly cf Miami It was the first Today Alan Ladd and Noah are
C- :: that dissatisfied Nogots heroin. discussion of library services In visit' for Mrs. Scrnggs: Hrarstoa acting together for the first time
the area.For I and Smith. and fittingly are playing due
c::-- Bond of 10.000 was set tar the third year Mrs. Ann I I The group returned to their friends in "Guns of the Timberland .
Nathaniel (Buster) Chatman by Coleman president of the Friendship homes last Thursday, boasting of ," the Jaguar production for
Walker's Beauty Fair U. S. Commissioner Roger Davis Garden and Civic Club, will having had a pleasant vacation Warner Bros. opening Sunday at
after witnesses testified Chstman act as hostess for the OU.Iloa..l] the Capitol Theatre.
6706 N.W. 15th Ave. sold heroin capsules to an under All person In attendance will be I I Mrs. Lenora Davis returned to
cover .,ect. Chstman went to entertained at a punch sip following -'Jacksonville after two weeks as
jail when he failed to post the the close of the program.!i house guest of the Willie Dare
Pre-Easter SpecialApril bond. The library is located at 100 and her niece Mrs. MUUe Rornero. .
NW 17th st Its sctivities are all Don't Fret Fight!
free and open to the public.
5 thru 9 HOWS THIS FOR RESULTS Miss Mary Roberts arrived

I Or* of our advertiser" UK us TEXAS DRIVE-IN frrvn Nassau Bahamas on Sunday Join The NAACPBE
All Hairdos $2.50 that two hours after tfe Miami on a business trip. She Is the
Times was .n Iho street carrying CHARGES $2.50 guest of her aunt Mrs. M. John yeti
ad M M calls antf
a claaslftetl get FOR COFFEE
NO Appointment Necessary I people Ufttl".... U call for the
i let. HOUSTON Tex, Tufts
_ next two wee
J
Drive-in here has come up with SAFE, NOT SORRYWe
a plan to ward off Negro patron

: TV's age.Four Negroes were undercharges .
Used $19.95Authorized
of disturbing( the peace can write your automobile liability> Insurance on
after re-fusing to pay p.O for a
Service AU Make of
on cup of coffee.
monthly payment plan
Trsuutster RadiosSOOTIN'S The three men and a woman
ught service at the Tsaita Drive
I TV in. Goodman Real Estate and Insurance
FR 31589I -When they finished their cof.
321 N.W. 3rd Avenue
tee I showed them the special
I More than 25 yean of reliable service) menu for Negroes," said Mrs. OX 1.0380 26SS N.W. 62nd St.

Eudelis Ybarbrs, a waitress.
-
Dig the menu: Coffee, cup
$250; Steaks 113; ham and eggs,
S6.50 and grilled' cheese sandwich '", l P1 I( !IIoI
NEED MONEY FOR 13Mr I
*. YUiibr. Nisi the 4..rut
EASTER? refused to pay for their Java, soJ,
she called the cops The corpors-
Ion) court charge. "'t'rrtiled '' HELP WANTED !
If you start selling AVON COSMETICS now you'llhare against Eugene Jackson 29; Mrs.

time to earn the money you need to outfit your Jarkson 29; Dot:) David Johnson,
31 and Wulie B Green' 37.
family for Easter

40% COMMISSIONCALL e

Pay ,tOO new-Balance later

MRS. HARRIS FR 1-6403 A" REGISTER TODAYIESCORTED I Husband to take Wifeto

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NAT KENDRICKS CHARLES C. NORTH, Manager Real Home-cooked Meals Prepared by

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Phone FR 96779SUFFERERS

J. C. DAVIS and his orchestra Our prices are the working man's prices



MM., April 4 tkn 51., A"illO ..........a-.... .


Monday Thru Thursday 75c ... ...
tr 116.' Mt &.IrtLaMa1 -
'mIlL........a.c........wm.n.amanatara Perry Pappous, operator of the Sir John Restaurant
$1.00 _IUo&I ............+,.,..
Friday Saturday Sunday .... tawraa caw, sYr
-.Ic ... ..... ...... -active..ocRa. is also the owner of Val's Drive-in Restaurant La
ra.aso aao.s pwm.*
50c -
Tuesday, Teenage Night Dania


Friday Barn Dance and Sunday Matinee r er c.+..s..II.}k-.,



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St. LUKE BAPTISTRev. I St. Mary's W.M. Christian


P. W. Williams, pastor I Rev. E. A. Cuimer, pastor _
Mrs. Bunesta Green reporter Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter

Sunday School ____________ 930 Sunday School ._... 930
.;yMIAMI Morning worship ..,.,............. 11:001 i Morning worship ... 11:00
BTU 530 Evening u nr fiip ..._.. 730

Evening worship ", .., .. ........ 7:00 :
School was opened by
Suftde'
Remember this anniversary
,
the superintendent Mrs. W. Wor-
March 14 and ends March
I begins thy leading the devotjcn. Classes
took their respective places with
their toechen. The l le**on was reviewed
TRINITY WESLEYAN by Ute Rev' H. V. Stuart
I and Miss Cere4 Paul acted as

Rev. George E. Johnson pastor t< Mrs. Pnjruus Andreas, reporter
MT CALVARY Sunday bcnooi .. V.w; The morning worship was led
I I Morning Worship _______ llvu by Rev. Stuart. Our pastor de-
TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Sunday we had the U a h e r a Young rVopie's Meeting __ irow: I tiered the sermon on the subject
I Union .Association at our church.: i "D-lftjna." Everyone was
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1960NW It was held at 3:00 pm. A nice spiritually b.oted.: ?! o. 2 choir
program was. had and business METROI'OUTAN AMt furnished music| with Miss Pb'lI. -
carried out beautifully. I'I I.. Ferguson at the organ and A.
Rev. J. J. William, pastor
I
BROWNSVILLE BAPT151 Our pastor is ill and Sis. LU- .... Caret. directing and !fe.' 1 junior
HOPE BAPTISTRev. i :Sunday bcnuoi ...... ....... "
lie Brooks; is still siok. We are Muttuug WUTkCJJ ........ r-ii.-.;. I.MM ushers served.'
James E. Brown, pastor 2749 N.W. 49th Street icaying for them a most speedy i.vvua. wut.np ............... a:1) The devotion was led:
bra. Vaadell Bovan, reporter Hev. a,. U. rUcnaroson, pastor recovery. evening ,
M flun. Ytorsnip ............ 11:00 Annie Pratt, reporter by the pa tor He preached' from
Lvv&aig Worship ......... ..! 7:00 Sunday School ......... rJttMunuoj CORINTH BAPTIST: Zion Hope M. BaptistRev. PMlm: 131:14. "What The Church

B. I. U. ......._....................., 530ALLLM w rmp ",., .,......,._ 113M Means t Me" Our famous Male
kvemng woruup ........... 70 Rev. W T. Thomas pastor Paul Freeman pastor Chorus, with Mrs U. Higfs at the
CMAfLL: A. M. E. 145(1( N.W. ftttn Street 1710 N.W. ttftn au ana Lila A u. organ and A. Carey darning: ,
: : MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Pnone OX 1-64M Sunday School 93U : furniired music and Mo. 2 ushers

Rev. R. II. Johnson, pastor Sunday bcnooi: 9Jfc i Morning Service 11.00 served.
clue; Swauug, reporter Rev. L. M. Thomas pastor Morning worship; ....., ..,,.. lieu I BTU 6,00 We are praying for our sick
Sunday Scaoul ...... ____ 930 Pnyius Myers, reporter Kvesung worsmp ............ 1J4I Evening Service 7:00 and ethers May God bless them.
IViIUli& Wurtaip 11:00 Sunday bcnooi .. .......... 9:45alormng and successful paetor
A. U.; t. Lracue ................ ..UU WorsJup _-__... 114Mtt. Come and hear a gospel preacher (Tuesday night) I New Testament, ftaxarene _
Ivrfi.aa \Sbi.nip ........1 7:00 T. U. fcJi
evening Worsnjo ........ tOO BAHA'l ASSLMttLY BETHANY BAPTIST Sunday S.'nuol ....................... lU.,",
Murmnt war, snip .. ............ I l.uuEvangeitsttc
NLW: UL1HLL BAPTIST GREATER NEW BETHEL Mrs Barbara Bethel George of 3078 N.W. 45th St. : Service ....-........... Buo
545 NW 26th st, will lead the Rrv. Rudy Keaton pastor Ib49 N W l,i Court
11"11 NW Win Terr Rev. W. K. Smith, pastor discussion athe Baha'i Center, Marjorie Shelby, reporter Lawrence K Mu-li. pouter
11ev. lamest William*. pastorJ. Mrs. R. Ooniey, Oerk 137 NW 11th ave.. 7 pm. Sun Sunday School .._..........u.. 930 M.xeUa Rt'df1.'k s+s. '$ate
M Brown, reporterSwMlay Morning Worship ........... 11:00 day, April 3. Her subject will be I Morning worship ., ..,....,....... 11:00:
School .._. ., ...... 930 Sunday School .......... ....3. -Meditation is Action.- Everyone BTU _...... 530Cvenm : ST. JAMLS: HAP LIST
Mocn.n Morsftip ......._... 11:00 a. T. u. IJO is cordially invited to participate warship: ._._- 1:00

jrru ._.._....?..._ 530 Evening Worship ........... 1:00 in this tntftlnn. 383 NW 14th Street
fiveai worship ......,...... 7:00 Rev J, L. Johnson palter
ST. PAUL A. M. E. MT. SINAI BAPTIST Church of Transfiguration Sunday SclIeeI .__._..- 930
New Bethel is looking forwardto (Episcopal Mornmc Worship .............. 11:00
jt* aenuai Woman Day pro- Rev. M. J. Faysoo, pastor D. B, reporter 2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. B. T. U ........._.._.._ 530
grata. Captains and members of IVth St. and 4th Court Rev. h. A. truants, p+tor Veto John E. Culmer Evening Worship ..._....._ 730:
tae Worn* Department art Sunday School MMMMMM. tJC Sunday School ... ...- "-11 priest in charge Visitors are always welcome
workiag very lureS.TMt'e Morning worship 11.06AtL : Morning worship. _______ 11:01 Stanley Sweeting reporter
League -- _-_-_>__.. A3I: Evening worship ..,........... 7:00 Services every Sunday
will be a sale Saturday
Evening worship 70 ........ 930
AiM u 2 at /1697 NW 73rd si Mrs. Sunday was a full day, ,.e1\ Morning Worbtp Call OX 1-0421 TODAY!
LHi>Mc McaovAt sad co-workers Presiding Elder 7. A. Allen was very enjoyable. Sunday School ,_.... -.. 1030
are the MM4%*ors. The sale .will held the second quarterly conference Beginning in Sunday School
Nvta M 12 noon with rout at St. Paul recently. All with -Decision Day. We do feel ,p.. : -
eiueken and aU...e trimmlnjL' the boards and cauba reported that the pastor explained and
1'kasc cunc wtlSIc. the conference. The presiding elder made the scripture clear &0be

Harris a Mill on the sick preached two stirring sermons children: that they may come any Get out of the rut! Come and see
lift Left nut forget to visit the St. Paul la marching forward time after ma.Jt1n&D their minds.
and shut under the leadership of our
Mt in* everywbci.TRIUMPH
pastor. Rev. M. J. rsrjnson We had nice service throughoutthe
day. The pastor delivered the Bishop HunterWHO
CHURCH The Cathedral choir is presenting messages. At each service interest

I'Itace tt MiHUcy, pastor a pre-Easter Tee at Dixie was high.
bark and on Sunday, April I.at
Slater S. Daniels, reporter: Keep in mind the Easter aervk IS WELL
4 at which time the tree of
a ui vf WuMlum ...... IQcOl pjn. Vat is being planned for the
t.UfuAa service ..... ......_.... KM fortune will be unveiled. The early morning worship. Members KNOWN AS 4
_.... ... ...__ public is cordially invited.
y. r. fc Band .. flJIru4a friends and the public are invited PROF. HUNTER t -* .f
> and Friday _____ toe V> worship (with us. .Oo not .
THE INCARNATION miss this opportunity in helpingto For the put 33 years ?',
Hrc cutnes a new month again
ad should want to attend (Episcopal) glorify this service for the '
you a If alck and : .f
are
efcurch. .f your choke 1S35 N.W. Mtfe St. Master You will not have to go you fA ,. /
la ce you do you are wele Father E. S. Clarke, Jr., Vaaar to your different to prepare worried or in trouble .-J...
breakfast after the morning U the to
this place
e come out and join In r
to Church School and Adult
...rvir will served at tha
it be
with IM O*r IHW | of w derv Bible Class MMMMMM 930 church, at reasonable: come. Don't stay in the 'W ;' (. .
: a very .
t.*tia. at 16 o'clock and noon-day Solemn Sung Maas ..... 10:45: price. nit. Push back the veil r ,1 ,

wvfee at 12 o'clock.hck EYC Meeting ".............,. ftJO of under I
Evensong _. .. 1:30 ; of the lack ,;
Threw at 630 with our ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH I standing and bad luck .
'fo
yrottag p.._le education band Sunday, commonly called Passion I N
23rd Ave. hold
5154 NW that to !
seem you
viklilh, tet t fee youth of tomor Sunday Church School at
Rev. F. L. Johnson
pastorMrs.
in track and advance
I *
9.30: ; Solemn Sung the procession : your
Sarah reporterSunday
Pool
w.Bv.rycae .is invited to come of the Litany and the storyof School __.._ 930: aja. forward by the r I

o" .t aN join in with us. the Cross in Song leNS am. Prayer service Wed. ............. 734 help of God.

The Guild of Our Lady (altar Morning worship ......... 11:04
Church of The Open Door guild ionIs sponsoring It* annual Evening worship --. -----. 7:00 Your home and everyday .

(Congregational) Pa Tea Sunday, April 3 at life can be made
Rev W. C. McDonald pastor 430 pm. at the church. The GRACE PRESBYTERIAN happy. He will show d
public is cordially Invited. Mrs.
A. E. MeNeal. reporter Irene Alexander, directress. I Rev. William F. Savoy pastor you how to bypass your :.
i 14th Ave. and 69th Street enemies and the
Rev
and Mrs McDowell
spent Christ Church and the Incarnation Sunday School .................. 930 get
the week in New haven Conn. are sponsoring their tad Morning Service ?............. 11:00 things that God put in the world for you. Let the

ad MeDow New" ::1! York had speaking City, where engagements Rev. Passion Sunday Evensong service Westminster Fellowship 6.00 peace of God fill your soul, mind and body then the

Rev. Wck| was our guestspeaker and at Hibiscus Christ Church streets, Coconut William I power that is in you will be awaken and you will be
TEMPLE
Sunday and his subject Grove on April 3 at 7 pm.The WALKER in a higher stale of mind and spirit.
"AM.wrtM: Service and God of Church of God in Christ)
*.** mass choir composed of 1789 N.W 69th Terr. SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.

fkrv McDowell will continue both church choirs will present Minister S. )McIntyre reporter Prof Hunttr's office Is open dally from 10 a .m. t* 9 p.m.
The Crucifixion (John Stalner.) I Elder J. J. James pastor
tit Leaw ServiceWitness to Sunday School ._ 10:00 for readings and consultation. Cloud all day Wodnetday. Prof

His N Petaion" and The Witness WIU There will not be any serviceat : Noon Service ....MMMMMMMM 1).r........ ZOO la licensed by the State and County as a Red,.

the Incarnation on Sunday YPWW .............. ._ 630:
The Couples Clvb met at the evening. A motorcade will leave Evening Service .........._____ fcOO Located at 5417 Southwest 17th St., Hollywood, Fla.
the church at 6 All members
pm.
home cf Mr and Mrs. Robert One mile of 7th Ave. 441 Old
east
and fri nds planning to go pleasebe or Highway ,
14110 Van Rich- Bethel
Swims Duren. Apostolic TempleDoris
at the church not later than
mend Heights Thursday night Pembroke Road, 3 miles west of Hallendle. Rrmera-
5.45; pm. R. Akins pastorJ. her the address, 5417 S.W. 17th St., West Hollywood
The Deacons and H'Onnsn' Lafluer. assistant
SACRED ORGAN RECITALThe Florida.
wijl meet at the home of Mr. and 61s. T. Wallace reporter
Mrs. Earnest Crowder. 1395 NW Saints Ann-Maargar.t 2310 N.W. 56th Street Bishop Hunter U. also the pastor of The Spiritual Tempi 01Zlon

661h *t.. Monday night April 4. Chapter of the Episcopal Churchwomen Sunday School 10:00: Inc. same address. Visitor welcome every Sunday "tpht.
The trustees will meet at the of the Incarnation issponsoring Morning worship! 11:45 730
borne of Mr. and Mrs. Robbie Thomas A. Thomley Evening worship 730

Wright. 3 INW 52nd St. 111 in a concert of organ Sacred MT. ZION A. M. E. ,' ,. ... .
'
Music Palm Sunday. April .,... r I"t !". .
7.Everyene .
Thursday night, April on 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. t .; ,.. J .. JI1..
10 at 6 pjn. at the ebur h. Subscription ". '.
is looking forward to : Adults $1.00. Children Opa Locka .p.m.:1 ,
April 10 when the services will 50 cents. Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor .
/ in charge of our children. Sunday Sthoo _ _, 930 r.s
There be will be baptisms and reception Mr. Thornier, a native of Har- Morning Worship .....,,...... 11:00 .. .'
of many children and risbur I. Pa. former assistant League tM .:;
Worship _________ 7:00
adult i into our membership; and professor of music and chapel organist Evening 1 f"r.w"l
the observation. of the First at St. Augustine's College
l Ct'tWfI -mien: frr the children. and presently employed at St. John's of The Nazarene f ...
Thomas FiUsimmons Jr. High in ',
; Friends we always welcome atall he music department, Philadelphia. 1476 NW SAth Terrace .t.
aw meelinis and .services Lawrence Reddick. pastor .J... .,:" <. <
morning 11 a.m. Inthe Frank Bryant Associate .. ...
etc* Sunday of the Seventh You may secure tickets from Sunday School .. ............ 10-00 -_ .

auditorium School 50th si. the chapter members or call OX Morning worship ............ 11:00 . .. .
Day Adventist 17056. I Evangelistic: service _, 3.-OQ .\p, x.. = _:
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Pleasant Methodist ST. JAMES A. M. E.

2170 Washington Strett Rev. H. McNeal Hams Announcement |

Opa Lock Mrs. Sa Snday School WO amt :)unoay bcnoolMurtucg .. 9:30 on this Sunday afternoon.,
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)t: nng worship ___ 11 am Worsaip ....-.,,.,,. 11.110 April sat 2310 NW 58th St.
tr r..at service TJC A. \,;. Iv. League I u Featuring the Miami Master

Lwmnx Worsmp' ,,..,,........ 1W 3 Singers and many others. Time'
pjn.
MOKMMa ilAK BAPTIST

314 NW 23rd Street ST. PAUL A. M. E Stop! Look! Listen!
1. Clarion
Kev. putor
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sister Sadie Ellis, reporters Mrs, Lee Cry, reporter The Feast of The Sevenables"
5. School ... ..._.... IJG Rev. M. s. rayaoo, pastor T that was to have bfta'h.ld r
t rvice ........ 11:30c Sunday Srnoui ........_..,, 130 at Ebenezer Church. March i
jig
1% ;
: ....... 1:3" MU1a.wa WotSnip ........., 11w 17 hras deferred until April It, '' What shall we talk about this agers), You are the rising fen
rrvicr ..._.. 730 a..c.ico. Iw because. of death In the family of iweefc? Well I guess maybe It la eratlon. Take your places In the
f. ag
l.WCWU& wursnip 1w January Captain. Please hold to a nice. time to talk with you I world outside for you will make
BETHEL A.M.E. your tickets and present them at seniors, because most of you are knprccsfcns, the results of which
GREATER still teen-aters, but wont be for
cht.Ltti the feast They are still good for you never will know Ills word
Mt/ttUlll: 1itrr. len .
,
>>
are words
dinner.
RCV S. A. Cousin pastor your my
M Jenette Faison reporter A.lutt U. nau, ,"'rUDcaUAe Thank you and dont miss the Let's talk about our future. Some of the youth of today are
.. feast What is ycur future? shy Why? Well
t\ School ... 9.30ng ; J. tiwuorut. te ytittect It every day It
',) Worship ............. 11:00 I n uuo.y cntu ............ ,:j.00 / The January Club U! itnt tco late for you to rtva seems you are faced with new
..* WorshiP ..... 7. uwn.ng avarice ........., lluLVvDWj Mra. J. L. Dixon, captain I hold some good consideration. You problems cr situations. You
Mlnu 1 Rev. A. D. Hall, pastor the world of tomorrow. I am think "I can't do it, I'm too
HOLY REDEEMER quite lure many have told you awkard. Just remember that no
that in scene way or another one Is perfect The first
St. step In
MAR] Paul in
IN Building
MtJVlUKIAL AMt The adults wonder If
we are
v -> 7 and 10 (Sundays) OYft'tOmlnllh1'DfU Is to be convinced -
JO Wed Fund capable of such a responsibility. are Important and
vj ( mgnt RlCWl.uDa CampaignThe you so
s-n b" Appointment Kciglu Well are we? I think some of us, Is the other fellow. Many people
Rev. 1. R. Bron, pastor pastor, members and, are. That is all real teenagersare. are self conscious because
r j .on Class 8 p.m. laMn Wilma HarnA rvpwrtar friends of St. Paul AME Church But what about the rest? are afraid of making they
oi All are invited ............... Miami mistake
aWlCUaI uuw ea are In the midst of a Well, from the locks of things That's a form of The
<-ne u elcome. at HolyILMPLE 1 "urawaa"hA" ...., thU pnde. blg-
fund
building
-- Ha* campaign. To help country will lack leaden. zest people are big enough to
Iw..,u. ..... ... ... ., uu cut in the worthwhile venture, Once a speaker told his audience make a few mistakes.
BAPTIST the Famous Gannon Choral Ensemble : "You yourselves might note The world is yours take It!

x School ...,.,....... .... 930 AN MUCH ISA' I1: T will be presented In a oa even recognize your importance Whatever you do whatever you
nfc wothip ..,..........,... ll.-OO 1 hour concert on April 3 from 3 to ycur own generation (He was become (as my mother tells me
......... 5:00 Rev. J. W. Stevenson, pastorM. to. 4 p.m. at the church. This Leaking to a group of teenThese sometimes) be the best.
T. Copeland, reporter lids? is noted for its unique arrangements
ng w rshlp 7:00 Sunday School ............. "oS b and deliverances of

annual contest between th Sand M or max worship ....___,.... 11.WO jubilees Negro spirituals and
n men on Sunday was BTU UItveD.1A& classics. Come out and enjoy an
.1 sueeea For the second worship 1UO afternoon of pleasurable music.
"f i en have taken the lead James D. Garmon Is sponsor;!
i large margin. Mrs. Flor- SALTLK'5 CHAPEL William Ford president Rev. M. Nations Are
Hetburn and Mrs. Augusta Key. H. J. Benson, pastor J Fayson, pastor.Overcominf .
..l1.t chairman and coan Hum Twit**, repurieraunday
r for tre women and : bchool ...... t'.hf I of the Nazarene Catholic By CHOKE!
\ J. Hanna and Dro. Ed.f Murtuof wwrwup ..IIW 12101 S.W. 219th St.
.
T -. on for the men wish to ALL Lvalue .. .-......... fcMfcv Goulds. Fla. I
k :." who gave such hearty 1 i aing .oralUp ............. Ins Lawrence Reddick pastor *:

D -i on in the effort Sunday School __.._. ..._... loot

r 'JpallY taking the hlrhert NEW HOP: P.B. CHURCH Morning worship _...__... 11:00 You hear it said today that the where the people arc otcnrbclmlafjy -
Evangelistic Service _..
",r.- were Bro Ed.Deaccn Thompson S. G. Fer-and k... 1L t;. Samuels. past Frt Prayer and Bible& .._. 1.00 1.00, Catholic Church seeks so entrench Cathoik one statesman describe
'. \ M Mrs. t.YCAn Oraoger, rvpwrterdunuay itself U the established religion of *religion as"the fundamental
Ferguson. Congratula- bcAuol .........,-,t PJOMuriuiif ) "
BETHEL of culture. The

f -' Sunday services will be UTU UI Richmond Heights And J'O'Iue warned that wherever of the Caddie Church in such a

..L' The Lord's Supper will t bvemni; worsaip ............ 1J' Rev. U R. ROM. Pastor Catholicism dominates, rell* bad would obviously be different
!"nnistered:; at both services Jean E. Scott reporter f kxis liberty is denied so others. diem la the United States, where
"'r choirs will AN flUc.H BAPTIST I Sunday School _....
sing jointly t;JO "Look the critics Ibm arc faiths-all entitled
r .' choir and others will Kev.. U. W. Koatar, paatorA. BTU .._.-. SJO; "and Italy and Colombia, too Aad M the same rights and rriy sa.

t' tie church by bus for West L JwbaaoB, reporterSunday Craning service ................... 7:00 remember the Dark Age and theirpcmcurioQsl" Ia 1916 Cardinal Gibbons dean
School __. *'I
'y' Beach, where
IT service at the they will Moriuni Service ............ 11* TRINITY of American hubops, said: "Sepa
State Convention General BTU SJO C. M. E. Implicit la these wan ap. 01coww. ration of church and state In this

Evening worsaip _____ 7:0* 2014 N.W. Sui Court is the sugttstioo that the country seems so Catholks the
W. V. Geary, minister so-called CaddIe aarursi the Inevitable, the best
,
Matthew MT. AARON BAPTIST Church School ..........._?__... JI people Data
Temple AMEZ Morning worship ______. MM: tries arc compelled so rcmala loyal among us, both for the good of

1628 NW. 5th Aft 6410 N.W. 13th Avenue Evening worship .................. 1M 10 the Church sfslncc their wflLAny religion and of the state" Speak
ia. School S.-:.4 Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor fair-minded person who reafly log for the Dishopa la 1948,the late

\f. .r rut worship .,,.... ...., 110(' Oea. Carl Colden, clerk FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST does "look at Spala". and otherpredominantly Archbishop McNkholas said U.SCamoUq
t;, ng worship ..,.,..,.,.,., 7.-00 Sunday School .,.. .......... 930 would seek union of
Rev C. J Burner, pastor Cathoik cooocriei not
Morning Worship ...-,... 11:00:
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER UTU ______________ 1uO Claudia Wilson reporter finds mat they embrace Cathoik church and state even If they emId. -
'. Evening Worsaip ____ 7.-00 Sunday School __ f;JO Ism u a matter of choke: DOC .... a majority.)
W Morning ,....__ .
4rn Ave and lath Tern Prater meeting Tuesday 1.00 worship 11:00
l'a fle FR 0.1424MMASSFS Evening worship 1O compulsion. It may surprise you to bear that

ML Olive Missionary Baptist People who take the trouble to"look" !. at least one era of religious

.-.. f a.jn at the history of tell jlow persecution Catholics and non-
.' 'in .. 7 am A 8Jt; ajn 402 Hallandale N.W 2nd Florida Aw. TOOTHACHE t oppression arc also of tea surprised Catholics were hanged from the

": at what they find. They discover fallows. This and other dry
MT. HEHMON A. M. E. Rev. Benjamin Franklin., pastor = = same
Rev. C. C. ItcClary, reporter ''' aNN .... mat the rdifioua persecutions tarot stories dating bAck to the
I" l:
"ax u -I lay pallor Evening Service I pmSunday sell aLs : almost without aeeptioawereactuated Middle Agea arc related b a
pamphlet
'..'.) SdaoeI .... ..__.. tJt: School .._...____ too ='.':U
than
.\! ..nl worship .......,.,,.,,,, 11:01 Morning service __.._. 1100- t.= = ORA.JLe by political rather which we will be glad to
'. ng worship ._.._._ 7:00: Evening service ..... ..._____. 7.00 religious purposes; and that the wad free epon request. It will be
Publicity Committee BTU _>__-__ -.__....-. t00 chief fuOt for diem should he laidat marled la a plain envelope -nobody
:-Jxt the door of the statesmen and. win call oo you Write today
... nenm
A .nisi Hoard No. 1 Sprint's I ruliac hffiMt of tt rfttrM: tamer ..... for Pamphlet Na KC&

a sueeess. The chairman than the cbitrtd ,

.'ft-. boa al!*!*.the Mrs.members Lucille extend Howno -1 Central Ufe 'Insurance Co. t This faa wu emphasised .la aa

address of the
'.'ft'. th* -ks to all persons and so me Coops
:. .... principal speaker, Mrs., IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR United States on Jaavary 8,1S26
RlbiBolOn.In CONSIDERATION THEIR r by the then distiafttlahed Bishop l

the second Sunday the 1411n I I of Charlcatoo lobe Fptfffhj who aunty oouMCSt :

-.ry Society win sponsor a oldnlljioo has been store ttwrm os caturwieatoaous
1. ,t between Mt Zion AME New Family Group PlanFather frcquendy but a pretext wim.... rwoasutnow tusuu
'1 M' Hermon Missionary So- for drat sat Ufl MW,*. U_. a. MM4Haraltf
We are looking forward to. Mother, Children-All Under One Premium men a ttolitkml purpose
the cause of persecution from teal
r"t
brilliant .
program.Fr.day t New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth en la own behalf

night will be Lore AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM MJ-
r. I"' The Hcly I Communion will The CaddIe Church bdaj Tttt-

.1 "len.nstalel Sunday April 3 Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount renal, must exist ndnr vartoat fJrarr....
r< ''h service I From flap aad different political .,.s.Colam58a. .
T(, a1! visitors and _
members
!: 11m&. la lot ajata@ .a r
we sincerely hope that
.
R.'v'.< 4:11 take note of our Spring $2,000.00 1o $50,000.00The
'hat will terminate oo the
3-d Sunday !in ApriL
Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
ends membeera and
tr and tfic entire North Ml- Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
am. district with to thank Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Bannister for .
?** *a* the doers of their beautifUl -

fevn different* and letting us use It Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
vJur program
DoIa.t forget to say a word for
1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
the sick and the shut-lru. ,

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OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST e e'
For The Highest m
MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
COSMETICS
176 N.W. 14th SL 602 N. Rosemary Ave. 1it4

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700 N.W. 2nd SL 304 N. Eighth SL 3
Call YUkon 3.5681 liliP! i 3M1

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA New Real l Estate Goodwil1lnduatriea NOTICEAll )


PAGE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1960 Bargains Being to Open Plant in members of NOJT Providence
Court No. 129. financial or non-
Offered in South Liberty City
financial are asked to be present
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Florida April 7 at our regular meeting to
Mrs. Penny Thompson was make their final report on the
named public relations director contest
Hampton-Collier Acres, one of of Goodwill Industries of D a d e queen
Mrs. Johnnie M. Hill. MAbiMiss
the newest subdivisions to
open County Tuesday by George Dauth
FanseU Cukner Ct See.
south Florida Is offering ,
in now executive director. Mrs. Thompson -
very attractive bargains In real came to Miami from Philadelphia -
r estate en a first come, Ant serve 20 years ago and has been
1
basis. I active in. civic affairs since. Shepublished MARCH SPECIALFor
an aviation newspaper
Located in Collier County, just for several and crusaded
west of Dade County, the n e w years aviation FREE Scalp Treatment and
for the private industry
subdivision is offering 2'% acre throughout the United States in Eyebrow Arch
tracts for $395 terms of only
on I the She served
post war years. During each weekend In March
$10 down with the balance In cn the anti-submarine wing of

easy monthly payments.The the Civil Air Patrol at Chapman KLIP AND KURL

main office of the subdivision Field during the war. She Is mar- BEAUTY SALON

is located at 195 NW 14thft ried to Larry Thompson, Miami 844 N.W. 3rd Ave.

FOR RENTROOM .. in the Barber College Building Herald columnist. Is the motherof
and the phone number Is three children five year old FR 1-3215

: at 141 NW 9th street, apt Only $795 DownVery FR 3-1725. twins and a four year old daughter. or-. -
She founded the Mothers of 1'-
See Miss
Ne. 1. Montgomery.AS nice CBS 2-bedroom. Large Alan Roth well known and 71\Ins Club and originated the

Florida Room. Partly furnished. long time Registered Real Estate Twin Easter Parade. A private .,.,.. .. ,.
NICELY FURNISHED three bed Broker Is handling and supervising pilot, she was originator of the -
roam he use. Quiet surroundingsin LARGE DUPLEX the sale of the property. Roth 49'er Skyway fan alrmarked
Opa Locks (Bunche Park Only $10,500 and Ned rain are co-owners of aerial highway from Miami to
area). Desirous of clean nice the subdivision. Fairbanks. AJasaka last year In
quiet fam,iy. For information 3-bedroom or 2-bedroom apart connection' with the statehood of
2 Iota 100x110 foot Roth will be remembered u
call) NA 1-6064. Ap 2 ments. the 49th state.Goodwill .
subdivisions
the developer of the :
Hampton Park, Truman City and Industries trains andhabnit.aotel
ONE-&droom furnished house. Best deal In town
other developments In Dade handicapped people.
PJ *Mtnt to live. 2351 NW 58th: Only $495 Down Dade opened Its main plant and
tt NE 5-J 9$0. Readers of the Times are Invited Liberty City
Large 2-bedroom home on nice initial tore at 1130 NW 22nd It.
street In to observe and read the two last September and Its first outlet New bedroom 2 bath,
FURNISHED ROOM. In Clean new area. .
ad Hampton-Collier
page on done on Nov 9 at TOO Palm ave,
hee+e. 1529 NW 67th St Only $6,950HARRY Acres on pages 10 and 11 of this Hialeeh. The second" outlet store I gorgeous CBS with builtinoven

issue located at 1210 NW caDet st. In and range. No closing
NICE ROOM turn hed. Located DENNYTU Miami's Liberty City .Is scheduled costs. Only $995 down and
275 NW 73rd t Call OX 15233.
(
to open April 9, Clothing, furni. EZ terms.
Mrs. William. 7.1536
"Save With Dave" lure appliances and other articles
= %::'"--:-:- = --=
the reconditioned -
given by public are -
NICE FURNISHED room for rem Action Realty
by Goodwill employees and
for married couple:; or middle atewoman. Perfect Washers Welt Hollywood
.
sold at bargain prices: in Goodwill
Cooking privileges. use Refrigerators and Stores stores.
Down
$295
NW Wth si.
(guaranteed) $29
up Mrs. Thompson succeeds Don Open all day Sunday. Love.
HOUSE In clean" surroundings. 6 Overstocked on Modern Branning m-ho has joined the Miami
ly 3 bedroom 2 bath
r* ntt and Florida ream. 1382 Bahama and Living Room Daily News as a feature new ,
NW Mt at Call Mrs. Dow writer. CBS on large lot. Near
PL 7-IM9. HOUSESFOR Couches $5 up schools
Members of the advisory committee shopping and bus.
Hollywood boxes and include Ilev. H. McNeal Built-in oven and No
range
We have )u-t the apt you aretaking
for a 1-bedroom In a SALE Mattresses $8 up Harris and Charles, Iladley. co- closing costs. See 5411 SW

f&'w building 51! NW 22nd ft Modern End Tallies chairmen. Mrs." Clora Peasjall. 23rd St., 2519 SW 25th St
Eugene Kemp Mrs. Classic Porter
.
FR '-11M.SLIIIW'fNG 3 Die bargains. Will be open all And Lamps $2 upDave' Lee Wright, Julius Smith :: c.. ..: _

COTTAGES and room Sunday for Garth C. Reeve. Elliott J. Pleat
day your Inspection. Opa Locka and
Trading Post Dennis Smith. Mrs Arie Gary
to rent rent. 9806 and up. fur-
tt4ebed MM NW 23ad: ave. Mrs.FURNISHED 5840 N.W. 31st Ave. 749 N.W. 62nd St. and Oscar Range.CONSOLIDATE. N. Miami Beach

I A very nice 2-bedroom CBS. Dally ill t Pan Sunday S p.m. 3-bedroom CBS. $795 down.

ROOM In quiet Partly furnished on comer lot. Free Delivery PL 7.0121 YOUR Large lots, built-in oven and

Swoe. NE 4-WW. 2161 NW 56Uitt BILLS range. One
down
Mo. mortgage
$990 $75 Wt Refinance YawrN pay
M rt9aga ment. No closing costs.
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FURNISHED ROOMS. Near Payments Until March 1 Must be seen.
-e-
dewnlOu1. Prefer single! working. N. BalU ft,-,r as few aa = --..::.. -- -
p.r.'n. Phone FR' 39327. FOR RENT 11.000 tlft Maiith We have -
many more
3135 N.W. 60th St. 12400 m M."'*
1)UPPLLEX
Three rooms, private
13400 140 M*ith Tell us what
bath! large back yard' utilit 2-bedroom house furnished By SUMMONSRegistered MIAMI NATIONAL you want
-n,n Call NA 1.9407 or NA ::-:-=- --- -

1-1897 Only $990 Down Real Estate Broker 3-S443 MORTGAGEFR JE 2.2122 BRIGHT REALTYPL

"'rE ROOM far rent 3114 NW and $60 Month Member Chamber .f 7-S456 283 NW 79th St.

5ah tt.Vlh .. Cemmerc
4 bedroom air conditioned apart
ttnnM Ri.eor.ble. 2137 NW -e ment with 2 baths. 6312 NW 18th

*'. Ph4 Re NE 5-1920. ave. $35 per week. ,,
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p .iiir'I&" .c..
FOR SALE 3165 N. W. 61st St I 2 bedroom frame house with
bath. 2135 NW 70th at 120 per FIRE INSURANCERates

.000 DOWN A very nice borne, partly furnished week. on Your Horn
On a eo mt of death I am sell- with chain-link fenced
IM 5-iootrr heave and 2 efficiencies yard and storm awnings. 3-bedroom, living room large GO DOWN IN APRIL
all furnished This 1 s. a rood dining room enclosed front porch
interne for life. 13000. IOU NW bath, hot and cold water. $25.00 Call our office now to find out how you can benefit
64" It.nrE Only $695 Down per wtwk. 172 NW InS court. from this reduction

i HOLLYWOOD BED with and $79 Month 2 bedroom apartment clean.
SERVICE
Md board. for $W. Almost new $20 per week. 1728 NW 3rd ct FIRST, INS. AGENCY

dlnrre Mt for ft*. Call PLaza -
8-4 W. IN COCONUT GROVE 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 9.5284

W. have borne to FOR RENT Yes, we still write auto: insurance
ftETWtOOM CBS. famished. many more 2 bedroom apartment, 3120 PlaxaSt.

Tile roof hardwood floor PL show you to fit your pocketbook. $20.00.

4-MIS
3 room house and bath 3814
---------- --a- -
-e Percival ave. $16 per week.

MIAMI'S MOST DESIRABLE APARTMENTS
WONDERFUL Goodman Real Estate e e .

OPPORTUNITYNo Far three specials' call Summons Completely furnished, adequate parking area,

2&U N.W. 02nd St. OX 1.030 Day or Night Beautifully landscaped, large spacious rooms

f han.a HI 4-1441 .r HI -OUI All Ground Floor Buildings
experience necessary as

we help you. Pleasant and Corner Apt.. $22.50 wk. Inside Apts. $20 wk.

2 Children Allowed
profitable selling to c i v t c
PROFESSOR HOMES FLORAL PARK APARTMENTS
organizations, churches, etc.
2474 N.W. 58th Street NE 5-7408, PL 7-8151
PL 8.5943 or PL 4-0917. Psychic StudioTrue Apt t

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Sales Person Wantedto advice save many dollars and MUST SELL NOW!

sell Honey Moon Stilts untold worries. Why go through life Day Nursery, Kindergarten. Property and business

$25.75 coat ,unhappy? Bring this ad I'll show completely furnished and all equipment. Low down

Guaranteed to add to payment to get started. Good chance to make money.

' Marital Bliss you the way to success. A natural here. Call at once to see this deal. Large duplex.

Write totCreatively a born true medium. ONLY $10,500


,I YoursP. HARRY DENNYTU

P. O. Box 1653 Take bus 14 to door, look for hand sign 7-1536


I I' '. Phone Miami NE, Fla.5-2205 2118 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. OX 1-3012 ACTION REALTY


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORID/
Elks Prepare for
SATURDAY, APRIL 2, 1960 PAGE 17


BOXING ATHARLEM Saturday irf&fct, there wilt be
State Meet in DaytonaMRS SQUARESATURDAY two rounders.six-rounders and five four-


ftcttdHntaig the sferjr will be a
match between
mfcttleweifffets
Saturday night fights were Leon Stewart and Amon Peek.
added to the local boring scene Hector Rodroguet meets Willie
Salesman Wednesday under the direction of McCray In the Hmllt Anyone
Arrested in Norman Bregar, promoter. Interested! in joining the new
( i The weekly bouts will be heldat club should contact Brefer at the
Harlem Square dub 1000 NW fytn 265 NW 5th st
2nd ave. no promote new tal.
Farm Hand Killing ent" On the first program this


A Miami; shoe salesman was Spacious
arrested here Monday In con
nection with the slaying Saturdayof AuditoriumIN GIVEAMERCftN
a farm worker on State Road
7 near Delray Beach.Josa .

h D. Bryan 59, was LIBERTY CITY
)i picked up at his bone 1091 NW
30th Ct. and held for Palm Available for Church use
r .)!K"i"\" Beach County authorities.

'" .... Police said a Delray Beach Negro Phone OX 6.0231
..
t t.rls.at rstteo : ,. .
farmhand who identified
,
.
MRS THOMASENA FLOYD "; hlenself! as Jim Dandy 60 has CANCER
State President of Temples ,. .to admitted shooting Jacob Richard _..._ ._,_.-..-:-
Grand Trustee son. 3a. also a farm worker. He
Arcadia Florida claimed! the gun was supplied by i BARGAIN IN
Bryan. SOCETY
'' 34th annual) meeting of the
'1. Stale Association of the Dandy said Bryan had asked LADIESSHOES
,i d Benev lent Protective him and a fellow worker to find
.f Elks of the World will Richardson because the latter \.ilua w .r: rrj wearingrn'J.a ,
':. Apr) 9 at Daytona had stolen a pair of shoes from ( ; -in t:._ a rail at
w.'h Peninsular City Bryan's car I CANCELLATIONSAND your horr.0 (x*-wrrr> 6 and 9 pjn.
'; 503 and Temple No. ,)n the Tjeittapj. 5 Please
:K 9> I .a.cb Mss Bettye Hen- Bryan allegedly took the guns SECONDS give m m K"h'OU can when
Daug'.tcr! Ruler] from his car giving one each to ho -workerCancrr kft4ftL"Flottt
MRS. EDNA T HOPKINS Dandy and his friend. 561 N.W. 29th St.
With. CHeckupAnd
Dandy aid they found Richardson a Check "
who surrendered the show.

JESCA Holds But Dandy got into an argument :-:: "'. "'.!".'''''; ,'''.!.''.' ''''''''.''''.'''' ''''................................................;
with the man and shot him, 1-. V''i"_ ... .. ..:. ..:;..:.:.::.:..:.:..:.:.. !.. ..rJ............ .
Annual MeetingThe police said.

Metro deputies: who arrested
1 annual membership dinner Bryan found four funs at his
..vMRS meeting! of the James E. home One of throe< a .32 calber FELDMAN'SSTORE
Scott Community Association took revolver. was believed V> be the
place on Wednesday evening at weapon used in the shooting.
the Scott's auditorium NW
72nd
Bryan told the officers he knew
st and 22nd
ave about th murder but was not
z Dr. G W Hawkins served as involved DEPT.
chairman. Rev. William K. Wil-
Jams gave the invocation n,-
:ene Kemp president and Mrs. CAL'S
Olive! Alexander executive direc ..

Worthy Willie tor. made Williams Jacquelyn remarks.'were Croumel soloists.Patricia and BAR & GRILLENOW 4426 N.W. 32nd JTP.!

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{i .Jj Our greatest potential, these
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: lack of throwing us off bal
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ance towards dross materialism.
By A. W. COOK -- On the liability side is the 11
sense of justice we must bestowon
I have flnanlly done what baa than any generation before. Much our fellowman, a debt that
been In me to do for quite some pressure has been placed on us. must be paid before we can
time. That's rtjht I have growna We have walked to the edge of gain world unity Justice Is a liability LAMOUNT HOTELANNOUNCES
beard. "Why have you growna the plank of tolerance. We are only as long as we witht t
beard?** some have asked. fighting back like a cornered cat hold It from our brethren wv
Others have not been So kind We are not satisfied with thing are withholding It, sad to say.
they have Jeered or laughed. I as they are _*well I'm not any Nd. for our biftest Job preparing ITS REOPENINGAfter
have even been called a beatnik. way our Prophet and Loss
Why shouldn't I grow a beard? statement We are at a loss because closing for renovations
What law have I violated? Who Am I a beatnik. ? May God we do not heed our pro
have I hurt? I do not standalone bless CORE!! May God stand besides phet's wonderful advice. In business
the NAACP and guide her Rooms by Day, Week or Month
many of my cousins and we listen to our accountants
distant relatives are bearded. Why to the light with the light from who direct us toward
has there been a return to the above!! May God help us cousins greater profits materially It |s UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT
beard among this so-called beat as He helped Israel! the reverse In our spiritual en

generation? As I was obsessed by Instinctto terprises. We I mere our CPAs, Call FR 1-2036
I cannot ten you why I have bear the itch pain laughter those Consecrated Prophetic Advisors
had this desire in me to grow a and this sent by God to guide uj
embarrassment to grow
beard. I cannot tell you what beard may you be obsessed' by into eternal' spiritual wealth. 1203% N.W. 3rd Avenue
obsessed me so that I braved the I instinct to do something toward "Riches profit not In the day of
tremendous' itch that comes with the advancement cf the race, thus,I I wrath but righteousness deliver-
growing a beard. I can tell you enabling the world to make a'' eth hem death (Psalms 11.4.)
that I received the satisfaction of step toward Christ This beat The having done what I set out to do. generation to me seems to be surely (Is nigh Is the day ra
I have accomplished somethingI toward Christ which He balances JIll books.
stepping Maybe
have In a way expressed myself Christ is the reason for the return The time Is short before we are 2 NEW GORGEOUSCBS
as a perscn able to do whatever of the beard.Woman's called' to account for the increaseof
I really want to do, regardless towhether the talent He has bestowed' on
it pleases everybody or us. In the little time left let us HOMESFIRST
anybody than myself so long alI Day at hasten to Improve our works that
stay within the law.I we may show a spiritual profit
believe It Is not wrong to Beulah BaptistOne transforming our spiritually flat TIME OFFEREDA
strive to please people but then world into a spiritually fat
I believe that above all you of the happiest event* In world meet to receive the King NEW DEAL
Mould try to please yourself.Far history was the service rendered dom of Heaven.

come in closest pleasing to pleasing yourself God.you I at Beulah Baptist Church. For the price you have to pay for an old house, you
Sunday School began at 9 a.m.
refuse to believe do thing
or any
merely because others do It or followed by the 11 am. can be the proud owners of a .
became it Is said to be the nor- Choirlady was Miss prorram.1
mat thing to do. I search for Clam who carried out Brand New CBS Home
truth for reason and for understanding to the fullness. (MKsTHN

Just who or what Is The speaker ws Introduced By 1774 and 1775 N.W. 74th Street
a beatnik Is this a pedal breedof Mrs. Ruby Watson, principal of SCIENCE
reople or Is beatniks a crusade the Ft Lauderdale Elementary

materialism against manners, morals and school MONITOR Reasonable down payment and terms from the
? Principal Elizabeth Espy Johnson
In the absence of understanding used for her theme "Jacob's builder
we tend to make general assumptions Ladder text 1st Samuel, 2nd
hypothesis, theoriesand cha *tr. 1st verse. NO BROKER FEES OR CLOSING COSTS
laws about that which Is Just
beyond our. eons rehension. Like At 3 pm. Mrs. Sally Woods Someone there all day Saturday and Sunday
I said my search Is far truth not ehiir'&dr and chairman of the Good Readingfor
hrr-sav. Would you classify Woman's Day program made For information phone JE 1-6902
Jess Christ as Beatnik He worea iterestelng' remarks After which theWhole
beard. lie was different He the speaker nun Princioal Ruby
was misunderstood. What about Watson. Her t "Women In FamilyNews
Abraham Lincoln What about The Corm-HunKy."
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troth Mrs. Watson gave us a most
There may be such a thing as enjoyable afternoon.
a beatnik however" as far u I
Visiting rutttr Mrs. MIHe M.
am concerns there are no beat
niks. To call someone a beatnik Johnin. Mrs. Martha Marshall e Facts
Mrs. Elizabeth McCuff. Earnest
because he decides to grow a
beard to Curtis Mrs..Edna. S. Evans.
me. seems wrong. A -. -. Features
well grown beard makes us To all captains women and Family
neither Jesus Christ nor a beat guests you are always welcometo '
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nik.This worship at Beulah Baptist Ta'. Ch.Nan k*+c. Wrwr
crusade without violenceafainst Church. Dm NOTWT S*, ft.... IS. .-...
status quo has excited us We appreciate the checks .
received .
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point calling each otherrwnes I +
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This Is dre..d. Mrcm IN u. d.ct w
a beat generation MUM., and Mrs Joan Erllandndlaml. -.
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How many times we have said -p arcs I yMf $20 Qf
"I don't understand these children Mra. Christine Parker. f wowh 10 Q I Mtfta fS Q
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reporter'
generation Are -we all then In asense Rev. Edward R. Ferguson .....
natnlks? These are thaDr-
pastor
Inf times. We
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we are satisfied with prorresa things II If ,.,."..

they are. Are we all Beatniks
everyone of us who's hard hearts. Join The NAACP City Zone
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CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe Richardson Range Hospital on March %8. She, is
+ survived' by a daughter, Mrs.

family: of the late, I family of the late Mrs. Maggie Williams, 411 NW Leboki West of Nrw Smyrna Cora Lee Ross co-owner of the
MRS. GERTRUDE McINTOSH I'' HENRY WEST 11th lU, died! at borne March :$. Beach was prooounced dead oo Royal Palm Beauty Shop, a son.Jka.ft ,

wish to thank the many friends' who died March 12 wishes to Funeral held from Mt. Sinai arrival at Jackson Hospital on : Wallace of St. Albans N.J.
for their kindness, cards, letters thank the many friends and Baptist Church March 31 at 4:00 March 24. He WM the victim of three sisters Mrs. Rachel Ste-
and telegram and flowers shownto neighbors for their expressions of \U>n. Mrs. Williams was shipped the Fla. East Coast Railroad accident phens. Mrs. Atolls Gieger, and
to Cunningham Funeral H o m a his Mrs. Ola Mae Flemmlngs, one
us during our bereavementand sympathy shorn through cards, : Survivors Include
the' Range Funeral Ifome. calls floral offerings letters and of Ocala, where final arrangements widow and children of N e w brother Jlmmk Wilson of Savannah

Amln we thank you.. telegrams. Especially do we thank will take place. Smyrna where, the body was Ga.

Josi iah Mclntosh. husband our pastors: Rev Thedford Johnson sent for Anal rites. Funeral services will be conducted

And Family St. John Church* Rev. S. A. April 2 at 1 pm. at St.
Cousin. Greater Bethel AME; ThanksThe Johnnie Dean 3051 NW 44th James AME Church. NW 65th st
CARD OF THANKSWe. \ Rev W. C. Edcar Mt. Mortah Message of st, died in Jackson Hospital on between' 18th and 19th aves. Rev.\
BaptiM, and Rev O. L. Nlckersoo March 24. lie is survived by his Taylor of Gibes Chapel will officiate.
Mt OlivPrimitive Baptist; RL family of the 1aFRA.at dajr, Aretha. 2 children 2 .
the femiliv of the late I
II. Rev W. F Ball bishcp 17th and MOORE sisters 3 brothers. Chapel services -
REV. HERSHELL
JONESwho :
18th districts AME Church. We who departed' this life February were conducted' on March\1 Mrs. Pauline Benton. of 2203
departed this life March 10
also appreciate' the kindness of 12 and eras laid to rest February 29. I
NW 74th terrace' died in Jackson
19fiO. take this method of thankIng ,
18 wish. to express their sincere
the various social and fraternal "
Memorial<<" Hospital She is survived
the many friends who reimrmfeered i thanks for all the floral pieces.:
organizations and the excellent Mrs Millie Johnson 1180 NW bjr her mother Mrs. Rose
us during our hours of telegrams cards and donations oi 69th terrace. died at her home
service rendered by Mr. and Mrs.OTST E. Jones, four daughters five
bereavement. Seeeial thanks to Range and their ataff. cars during our bereavement.A March %to She Is survived by six three grandchildren saxsisters :
the Rev. C. J. Burner the The West FamilyCARD special thanks to the pastor sons and daughters Including sons ,
five brothers Funeral
bined! choirs, and all com-I and members of Salters Chapel Mesdames Henrietta Taylor ,
services! at this time Incomplete. '
are
oartmen rf our AME Church Mt. Sinai Baptist Anne Founts Ine and Rachel I .
Btitt Church and to the house Church neighbors friends and Wreckley; Nathaniel Thomas J:
of Albert fair lt kind and sympa- OF THANKSThe the House of Albert for their fineservices. and Ben Johnson. The body will Mrs. Willie Rohan-
th-1c service. May God bless each of
be on view In the chapel begin non. 3650 NW 33rd are. died at
An thanks' to forMs family of the late t'.
,
everyone TOO. nine at oo on Thursday. She will the of accident Mi
an on
f"Vf' rwo+htft<<. MRS. HATHE MURRAY SMITH Lula Moore, wife be sent on Friday evening toClewlston scene
ami Beach March M She is survived
R-V-ea Jones Kite of Gainesville! wishes to take And the Moore Family for final rites on Sun by her hu bnd. EMU nfDekatt
And Psm'lily this method of thanking the day.
). Miss a brother, three
many many friends fer the letters MEMORIAMIn
IN
nieces, and a nephew" Local services
CAT' >1 fP' THANK: telegrams, cards, flowers George fluid of 17)2 NW 63thst 1 will be conducted at An-

and other expressions of condolences sad but bring memory of died In Jackson Hospital tiorh Baptist Church of Browns

The. fa-.+'** of the late during their very heart our dear father mother slater March %8. He Is survived by his ville on Friday at 4 pm Rev E
WAT.TWI "R'nOESa breakinr experience a few days brother David of New York Rlchard will officiate Mr.

win .*-* sway nn Mirth 10,; ago Your' expressions of ymplU. and other !aUVN. Including Bohannan Is now en vta* la the
..'.he* t- Mink H.e mnv friends .. make everyone In the family 44'. Georgia Taylor Oasis II.fTis chapel.
any f e'-hH< t for ihHr kindness. fee that they should live In a RooseveM Brown Jerome Riley,
,..r'1r te V +tn. iH flowers dttrI. house by the side of the road and Mrs. Aldene James and the Mrs. Viola rrsfctler. NW9 VW

+ ,.W. "rttirt *t bereavement.ttvfc be a friend to man. f.i' ::1 Hanks family, all of Miami. 1st place, died at Dade County
.,.,_ i Thanks to one and alt services will be conducted
c At tft mv MStor Rev. Chapel lI'If"tteJ| March 36 She .is survived
F.<.,.*f4 T Or.*'.T> .nf members I Rev\ Wm. Murray, April 2 at II ajn. Burial in Lin- bv her mother. Mrs Anne
..f M. 7ann R+M'st Church and Gainesville coin Memorial Cemetery.' Rev. Smith Funeral arranfements are
'ha ""- Funeral Ikme. Asalnt Rev Jas C Murray, Samuel Gay will officiate.I Incomplete.Mrs. .
West Palm Beech '
' +"1(. t* all
Mr Ann Bridge. wile Mrs J L Dixon 4 t I Mrs. Beulah Mae Holkman of Lacy Wrlht nf ISM NW
And FamilyCAPTh Mrs F M. MurrayWm. Ic 1060 NW Mth it. died In Jade- 22nd court Op. Ixcka. died at
.. Jam*>5 and Glover I. 2 \ son Ikwpltal March %1. She is her rreklence March 34 Mrs

OF THANKS Murray Miami .1 t survived' by her mother Mrs. .was a !long time rwiftent of the
Dwthy S. Rim, niece Lucy Williams three grandchildren Miam. : and Opa locks areas and

{ one great grand and owned and operated the. L u c y
F 'fI'ftt4.hhf !I. f"Ven at any time I other relatives Chapel serviceswill
Wri...' hrene for the ad far the
"
cf ela v H"* .h* toue4e **f the hand I CARD OF THANKS be conducted on Tuesday at pat 10 yers q he is survived bv

of frii-hk" a4 the darkest 1 I'rn. Rev. Samuel, Gay Mrlll offliciate her husband. Bnwwtt Funeral
harm rf n.>.rN Vfe f s %* a fllekr TV' family of the late Burial will be conducted ar."pmr" are Ineimplete.I
of '4 ht ,in the middle of the, MRS SUSIE GUTTER in Eevergreen.Mrs .
riHc_ n'sht tf.n i ftf our dear I 248 Rra.sel St. Montgomery.
fnf'fWt4.11, atwvs treasure Ala with to thank their many Mamie White of 1208 NW
tae nvmor nt v"w' many kind-1 died the of an Manker
friends for their act* H kindness .. 62nd lane at scene .
iteM tflt ,w hiring the death of rard telegrams and flowers dur- t.. crident which alao claimed the

ur beloved. ing their bereavement. \t #, lives of her daughter and another Mrs GtM 4e Scott Howard nf
JAMRR, OXENPINE Carrie Evans, daughter prnwi on Saturday March:I 619 NW ftth *t died, March 22
fray al! that eau have dime, thank Otis Evans grandson JAMFK SMITH 26 She Is survived' bv her hus The bntfv wa*. shipped to theScott's
fray v."w ranks le-Mers. telegram c.rrkR l granddaughter hand. Arthur Jr White, seven Funeral Hmwe. in Valdosta. -
,Aural "*...*. and many kind Bobble and Linda MrCrar daughters. 7 grands a brother Ga fn* final rHe

rie >4. W. are e4emTtv grateful. great granddaughters .. Funeral services' will be conducted
May O d blew each of you. Akin 2 at New Hop Bap- Mrs MrW5Mml nf 372 H

Ruth ORecr4inelI.I list Church' Rev. J. E. NW 17th -"n scowl QiRm JenentCARS Card of AppreciationThe r3, nrown will officiate. Burial In are her ........M and two

-- I Evergreen Memorial Cemetery I OM rratiymniU. are ineamplrte
family of the late.

OF THANKSThe URIAL BURROWS Miss lUxel Jenkins! of 2110' Infant I>*Hs Hrwwn, 1479 NW

who was buried March' 1. I960 NW l41th M. Opa Locka. died' at 67th et. tiel March 37 Graveside .
faenllv *f the late JAMBK HILL to their friends and She s survived by her parents at Evergreen Cvmeterv w'th! he
&f Fitai aid. n. t.*e tttte net_. of has. slater with tot5.nik Mr and Mrs. Daniel Jenkins a Rev SrH if AntiMSt Baptist

nwtd of thflta thetr teutrlrien yew fox the wonderful din. I sister Miss Undel Jenkins. Church off leiatiig.
4s fix weir. hi'........ Mtt ner A Funeral services will be con.

financial tmtatiMW the+si them Intheir Payola R 4d II ducted' at the Mt. Tabor Baptist

"eM l> r#eem>nt Wettiant I Church on April 2 at 4 pjn. Rev
eau and all pray God's Bram will officiate. Burial Seniors .
MEMORIAM Purdy
IN
rtes_ "'....t.. utM>n yew att. I .
Mrs (hetsentigim' JnkasenMr in Lincoln Cemetery. Srrvtces" for Miry Hlelts. 3213

Amanda T\ n *rMr In sad but loving memory of Mrs Susie Lee of 2743 NW NW 44th at nbo di*l March ?$

Inward wail mv beloved husband.SEECA 42nd st. died In Jackson Hospital trrr held Tuesday It a m fr m
M' J...ie L Hill HILL ) March 27 She is survived by the chat+ri I with. Rev C C Me-
Mrs Annie Ruth V-me who departed this life March 28. on her hushand, Joshua, a daughter, Clary officic4lii He U survived

1949 I Mrs Geneva Ltpcombe. eight by hi% 1ftO Mot. Katie and father,
Sweet the memories that1nrver
are
IN MEMORIAM: fade. grand and two great grand children Robert
I
Hatt'e! Hit!. wife I ; a irter. Mrs. Margaret Moo Services for Rmery Miller Jr.
and other relatives She will be
In ad lyrt nvn' memory of diedMardi
MIRIAM SMITHBLANCHE of 20M N\V 44th .*i who
view In the chapel beginningat
our dear "T md grandfather on
IN MEMORIAM 12 noon Friday: at 7 pm she 34. was held March' 30 at
rrs.hr will be taken to Mrs XJpcombe's the chapel with Rv C C Me.

b n rr.-ry: of cur dear slater, h wne. 5067 NW 27th ave where Clad officiaUng He is surviwd
uf I the will be on view throughoutthe by hit par..... Mr. and Emery

,- day on Saturday At 4 pm. Mailer Sr
services will be held at Antioch
BarXist: Church of Brownsville." The hI..f.....a J...... ofHf
Rev Stevens" win officiate. Burial ,n W>>a'i. -.410 ***< March 29
>'A in Lincoln. will b* tkt4 to Mftei GGa..
where w-rvt.*** will be held Sun

-11 Mrs Katie Wallace of IU NE day. April 3. He .Is aurvtved by

.. 134th terrace died In Jackson hi* foifcer Allis, can brothers

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A r':) 4, departed the WIprU
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may bert MRS aLLAH SCOTT Asleep m Jews far from thee _..
Gone. bu' nr : torgtfiitn.
d away March 31, Thy Jr..adttod: said tfeeir graves
peace. Hart J-ttUOA. I tvt pau may' be feu K.W. IT* AYCXVE MIAMI.rUHUIU .!"*. Ot I-MM. OX I-4MI
Mrs Juanil
We rived her but God loved But 'here is ,til! a blessed sleep
Jtch.rd J't t.r.'cn da'.6lh Jr 'r :- oett From which none ever wakes to oo e.A..........,0.... case says 1i..M. ............1...... .........

graaJaoa Jihm: Warren sisterRobiaaoo. weep.
LvrtkAa Jdia+o4 I Bm.h& sUtcr fiwc aujhwt tad I ICARDSMEMOrnAL
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N.W. 14th AVE. OFF CORNER N.W. 75th ST.
5411 S.W.2r.1 Street
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ONLY S695 DOWN
Orchard Villa City Water
$89 Monthly. One mortgage. Lovely 2-bedroom home on
Urge, deep lot. Clean. Brand new 3-bedroom, 2 baths CBS. Hardwood floors.
Closed garage, close to school and buses. Luxury home
See 3146 N.W. 60th Street for the particular buyer who can afford

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201 N.W. 62nd STREET
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