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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 9, 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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Trial Set for May 3( 11 DrI960J"" j



I The ccntempt trial of two of with the Miami Branch of the permitted to question- members ru.-k oo tiii majorifsatte in the 11
Miami's leading desegregation NAACP are the Rev TheodoreR. and staff in order to prepare Ms
leaders has been set for May 10 Gibscn of Christ Episcopal defense.<< Dart nMoaaedlu1y tossed out
in Tallahassee. Church and the Rev. Edward T. Committee Attorney Mark, the demand of Graham and Gib
/ The militant ministers -rho reI Graham of Mt. Zion Baptist llawes maintained the Legisla en that they be tried' in Miami t
I fused to five a state legislator' Church. ture's entire investigation, deal rather than be forced' to defend
committee information dealing Circuit Judge W. May Walker ing with. alleged Communist Infiltration themselves In Tallahassee 500
I set the trial after refusing to din of the NAACP wouldbe miles from their home.
miss the charges.But ; destroyed' if Graham and his The judge said it was proper
as Sunday School teacher, parliamentarian he delayed' a ruling on lawyers were allowed acrec to for the trial to be held here
of the youth group Graham's demand that be be al* confidential files. where' the alleged contempt occurred
and member of the youth choir. lowed access' to secret records of Judge Walker indicated it during a public hearing
the legislative committee' and be would cf the
be several day before be commute
..... She Is a junior at Booker T. -
--..... Washington High School. Barbara I The commute cited Gibson,
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president of the Miami NAACP
Miss Barbara Delores Bush is a member of the future NAACP
daughter of Mr and Mrs. Willie Teachers of America dull, Galveston Texas Opens membership for refusing lists to bring he admitted

Bush 739 NW 3rd are. has just Newspaper staff and Spanish having in hit possession.' Grahamwas
been notified Club Dramatics Club. Athletic
by the International -
cited' for to
refusing
testifywhether
Society' of Christian Endeavor Association and InterClub Youth Lunch Counters he member
was a of
Southern Reftona! Director, Mo- Council Girl Counselors. NAACP or knew anyone else
delle Dick that she is state winner Barbara waj nominated and Galveston Tex. Managersof who belonged.
In the national search for sponsored by Mrs. Marian K. most of Gahrestcn's downtown leaders said that after a confer Miami Atty O. E. Grave will
youth who stand for Christian Shannon who has served diligently stores announced that they are ence it was decided' MK is in the be assisted by Robert T. Carterof
Citizenship.. as state director of the Rich. Integrating' their lunch best interest of the entire com: New York City and Frank
A member of Greater Bethel ant Allen Youth Council for the An announcement by counten.1 munity to open' lunch counters to Reeves of Washington. D.C. in>>
AMC Church where she serves past five years.Mass agent' and religious all patrons.** defense of the minister






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37th YEAR NO. 33 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 TEN CENTS 16 PAGES




175,000 NEGRO VOTERS IN FLORIDA



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A sustained and conceatft.dvoter


I School Integration Ruling Due April 20 since more Negroes last tsars registration to year.21.090 Florida. tUfCbW drive baa amotig voters added s


Dade County now laM t.tfO
The Dade School Board will Negro Democrat., 1477 RpubU-
decide at its next meeting April "
cans and 12 aon-fMrtUan registrant
20 whether" to admit six Negro *.
pupils to the white schools they Meeting Called on Sit-ins Indications are that total Negro
have asked' to attend. registration will be about
Edward: F Boardman school 175,000. The 153 r-it/.tGa wu
attorney, advised: the board to MINISTERS Miami Branch NAACP and the Graham pastor of ML ZIon. 1".573.
".t a time to make the decision.*I Congress of Racial Equality have 'The important subject to be Probably the most significant'
lie said there shouldn't much>> NAACP AND CORE combined' to call a mass meeting discussed, according to the apeak rlre in Negro registration laGadfdrn
delay.The. 50 Monday, April II at the end' er, is the present state of the County which cam*
decision came late Wednesday I COMBINE of the two week period. "The "sit-ins" by Negroes in the downtown under fire tl'Ql'lthe\; Federal Chr-
at the boards first meeting meeting has been set for t p-nv restaurant and lunch counters n Right Commission last year.
after Federal' Judge' Joseph P. Interest in the outcome of the at ML Zion Baptist Church. The and what the Interracial Final figures filed' with the
Lleb ruled a fetter' sent to all battle f'r civil rights has oecas-;speaker will be Rev. Edward Committee has accomplished. secretary of state's office allow

parents provide adequate Information slowed' many meetings of civic. __ that 35 Negroes: are regfctered
about the Florida PtapUAutgument groups in the community espee-I --- to vote In Gadtden now, Only 11
Law. : iAUy since the setting up of the of the county's estimated 11400Netroes
The board has stalled since last Mayor's Interracial Committee to were registered last fall.
October on the. six Negro children consider Integration of downtown. Minister Wins Texas Vote The Civil Rights Comnrissioa
awaiting the court ruHng. I eatinr establishments. The city in its formal report named Gads-
The' school board prepared and government' had requested a den County M an area where
distributed this week a new letter period of two weoka for the committee 1 Slaton Tex A Negro Bap-1' -- Negroes' appeared to be kept away
The Rev L L. Diesel defeated
them to resolve the tilt m&niJt.rI'Was elected to the *
to ail parents advising definitely from the polls by intknklatioo.Gdden .
that their children could seek admission situation.In City Council yesterday, the Ant five ifttiite opponent. Slaton 14 official denied the
to any school they desire accordance with this. request Negro to win that office in this mikes southeast of Lubbock, baa charge.
ed. the Ministerial Alliance area of West Texas. bout 6.000 residents more than 21.000 ..usbJ.0- ,"*

in Negro registration in Leo n
County, where 9.172 are qualified
to vote this. spring. The total Negro

Police BrassBRIBE Ordered to Reveal Financial Status 4414.registration last taU wee

Liberty County, OI01: two tn
Florida where Negroes have not
PROBECONTINUED
bo registered to the past still
I Goodwill has no Negroes eligible to .......
Industries Comes to The ether Union is not
The Dade County Grand Jury, among the 27 counties which lane
has directed a number of high filed their final figures with a.-
razsttng Miami police officers to rrtary of State R. A. Gray.
submit personal financial states Area
mctsta !ID its inquiry Into alleged' Liberty City SITDOWNS A
fac&t payoffs here It wa, learneel. *
tints wetfc' -
Those ordered to flU out 19- Liberty City has been ctoftq 11 Other groups expected to par proceeds from sate of the arts.ctundlse VICIOUS SYSTEM
about their u the site for the second eons. t ticipaU are the H-Y Clubs the gothic pay checks of PROTEST
income page: questionnaire and worth" include several munity store in Dade County ef Royal Knights, the James E. the workers. The Liberty City
named In connection with widespead Goodwill: Industries erg4 l. Scott unit as well as representatives store will be staffed by Mjmigtf Nashville, Trail. The cM.f
gambling to the Negro ration for the emplO1BtIatn1DlDI \ t4 of the Golden Age Club. All Mamie Richter and aalasmia Albert counsel of the National AMMda.
sections of handicapped paoala.. clubs and other community or. If Essex of MOO NW 11101st lion for the Advancement of Col

Tbe Grand Jury probe was ThenIl Opening" ceremony gaalxaUo&s are invited to Join end hopi, says the whaleleers
based on revelation, made In will be at 10 am. on Saturday the parade. -Goodwin haj a two-foid ad of ks orgiataHfca Is behind ..
cooperation. with Mayor Robert 1210 NW 82nd 11. It .will The ribboo-cuttni: erUfcradoa vantage" Charles Radky: pofiot the Negro sit-down Amtmn
King Rids ,who took statement belpreceded by a g.aad cI%ra-. will be attended by city and ed out "It tnaka taxpayers out lira ticca.
horn en fnm3JMi3t<4Crustr sted N#* lion and "parad of ge4wir county government officials, cf tax users in Its -atxrk of car** Thur*sod Marshal addatMtfS
gjF* rrKtrrfterf of Ga polio force startup at NW TOUt at s4 tK 5avc. ma=ben of th> board of Good ting JoU for hin1kifipe4 per004 a group ef mare than 4.000 wfl.
Tbe' probe. has been eta tag The Ncrthwestcni Vl&aeaoel wd Xndustrea of Dade County, and it provides saanciiaarfiat ,. !
boot a mtifh now valor the dl. ,band under the diracw4 and the members of the Liberty barcaia ortccs for bo40ut Tin-s
r-ction of State Atty. Richard of David Pajchal. will lead oil City Advisory Committee. .
Gerstein and a number of offl- the parade followed by the Rev.. Members of the Liberty Cityldvisay .Buyers aad to many of our get a hamhurger and a cup ofcotta.
errs both white and Negro have H McNeal Harris of St Jude Committee are Eujne people have patronized the main and both sides know It.*
gone before the Grind Jury. AME Church and the ar***. ua- Kemp. Garth C. Reeves Le More at H>0 NW 224 st, that Marshall nW1t Is a prot etauirrt
News ff the request for financial official Mayor Charles Hadlty' Wright Mix CUnlt Porter B* wc thought it a good Idea to bring the M1)ot.! vkkiM system
statements' came throu f3 who share ehairmsnshia of t2&fevrnl liott J. Piexe Mrs. Ark Gary, E. here of aeregt! a la the South which t
sourreo outside the Grand Jury The Dorsey Hljh band, dl* K. Lccfchart, Sam Cohen aDd a tore out to them We tx- is aided and abetted bv the North
...J.wbeft the. PTH'w Magt wen reeled by Jonathan 'nUl_. Rune.'U tell to be ens of the most., and eoodoccej ty JNr "". .. {
p .,.....4 to Hjfat grtcy by tewv will tJIrJ sib III tW...NM 12wtI-f! >r tim4ndlt cad i3 la: .tbr bJjSoj/OoafcrtB." \ 1


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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Sub-Deb Talent Royal 20 Club NewsThe
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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 Show SuccessfulTalented held Its regular meeting at

P'I .... ., OV'I __... I youngsters and teenager the Myrtle beautiful Davis in home Coconut of Grove.Mrs. BAR & GRILLENOW

from the various schools The entire meeting was devoted'
Along Freedom's Road were brought together in a successful to the finallzation of plans for SERVING
Talent Show sponsoredby the 18th annual dance to be heldon
the Sub-Dob Club of the the 8th of ApriL Much BREAKFAST LUNCH

By RUTH PERRY James E. Scott Community Asi !Into this affair and it is hoped AND DINNERAt
IF""I U-V""> .., ...... ..... .... ....r V i sedation. on March 25 at the Liberty thought and effort has been put
Square Auditorium. that it -will be as gala and ..urI Popular Prices
There has been much name-|lof bigotry, discrimination and Blanche Galloway graciously < MC previous cnes.
calling in the South since the Su-violence. Not only the Negro but consented to act as Emcee because The after meeting pleasure session 6006 N.W. 22nd
tceme Court decision in 19M.'Jews, Catholics and men andMcnen Wally Futch who had to was sparkled by the delectable Ave.
And this use of derogatory with national origins make an early guest appearance morsels and tender tidbits -
phrase and in many cases vicious other than the United States at another affair was delayed. that were provided in abundanceby l
labels has for the most part 1 have rune in for their share of She k<\.t the show moving' +nth the host and hostess. The sentiments
been levelled against the NAACP. the KKK's vicious thinking. and her enthuslsm and sparkling per- of the members and their
It would be an unusual day U discriminatory actions. Terrorism, analrty: and gave Inspiration and guests were evpressed by Mrs.
some newspaper, speaker or political fear, burning crosses lynchingand encouragement to the contestants Ruby Denard, the next hostess,
candidate did not use the such tactics have marked the Wally! Futch arrived and emceed who profusely thanked. Mr. and Honeymoon Stilts
phrases "aiJtators" "extremists" KKK for years as a most reactionary the junior and senior di Mrs. Davis.Nurses.
"outside influence" or "subver- and un-American: organ visions. The participants and the Guarantee to give Your
sires." ization. very appreciative audience were Marriage Year Around

Mooed by Wally slniing threespecial to Meet Honey Moon Happiness
THE FRONT LINES THE NAACP numbers accompanied at

When a gattie is joined (to usea What of the NAACP on the the piano by Bobby Kendricks. Licensed' practical nurses will Regardless of your age,
military phrase) there is likelyto other hand? Even though its Marsha Mclver accompaniedsome meet Sunday, April 10 at the Height or the type of work
be an excessive use of words members are called agitators, contestants at the piano also Carver YMCA at S o'clock. All you do
as weapons in the war of Ideas. subversives and extremists--nrhat special guest Milton Wright members are asked to be present
Although Shakespeare wrote the really are the aims of the Bobby Kendricks accompanied and in complete uniforms FREE at horn measurements for
come
words, "What's in a name," NAACP Is it an organization, Forest Reynolds, another specialguest a* we are planning, on taking married couples only I in the
sometimes the repetition of words against the Jews? Is it an organization pictures of the group honoring Miami area
used against an idea or a person pledged' to regard Catno- The judges were Blanche Cal- our first year anniversary. MeetIng $25.75 to couples weighing |ethan
lics with suspicion and discrimination loway Quentin' North and Mrs.Athalie 250 Ibs.
or an organization can be harm
with us will be our advisor,
who had to leave
ful U these words are used as a ? Are its objectves the before the Range affair and Mrs. ZU- Mrs. S. Harris, R.N. and Mrs. S.75 for couples weighing more
weapon. So It has been with the harassing of people MhO think divferently took her Ruth N. Polite to speak on the Installation than 250 Ibe.Do ,
NAACP than its members? Art phi Sawyer place.
In the South and this
The winners in the elementary I of the group. Please at- It Yourself
white People selected for ric'cus
name-calling has spread to other tend Mrs. E. Eve is president
sections' atM country as a kind campaigns of libellous propaganda division! were: S3.75 to $10 to have Installed In
and at Regina Randolph, first prize -- -- Your Homo
the violence -
of cven>flow] in the propepnda use ---- -
war. and force if they "step out v'' dre's. Leonard's Store Send money order or
line?" Charles Fortson. second prize, president awarded the prizes
measurement request to
When you are fighting in the it it difficult to reconcile the 500. and announced the donors. CREATIVELY YOURSP.
front lines of a battle (whetherthe objectives of the NAACP and ftc Regina Wright hat and bag Miss Olive Alexander, executive
weapons are actual bullet in KKK because they are in no way set Lincoln Dc-pt Store. secretary( gave remarks. O. Box 1653
the case of a real war, or words sim.lar The NAACP is an American Junior division Miami 1, Florida
if It is a propaganda war), one organization in every sense Mary U Davis, first prize,
ejects this scrt of thin<<. But of the word. It is pledged to the dress, lanMe'. Dress and Variety M
even rwhen one expects it, it Is upholding of democratic principles Shop.
still a shock to realize how many = abhors force as violence u Mo-e Eva Devaux, second' prize,
people will believe these things an instrument of obtaining its pen and pencil set, J and J Drug
if they hear them often enough. goals, and seeks to right injustice Store.
And the linking together of UM and bljotry wherever! it oc- Loretta Ludkrthird prize, album STOP THAT DOG J
NAACP and the KKK u fellowtravelers curs. It aims to secure the votef of show tunes, PhUpltts
at two extremes does r Negroes and teach its proper Music Store. Yes Sir! Stop that deg from ,..,..
not help the situation. The namecharactettks u applied to the to accord full rights and opportunities Del! Tones, first prize. $10 this Cantt Garbage Can Heltfc.
KXX will inevitably be used to to Negroes, and to try todefeat only competative group t Made of steel l with welded construction
designate the NAACP. discriminatory bills whether prem-nt). for added strength. Ad

SOUTHERN COURTS they cane up in state legislature (only competitive group present) Straighten your hairat stable to ajl site I cans Include
or in the Congress of the piimentary passes to the Liberty 55 gallon. drums.
On* of the objectives) of the United States, The organization .is Theatre courtesy of Mr. Lord HOME in one
NAACP is to fight injustice in ledged to stop lynching and to she manager.
courtswhen baaed on race pre stimulate the cultural life of Negroes Miss Ruby Robinson Sub-Deb easy npplicatlonl

judice. And in the put this one --- Nsw yea CAB have easy',.. .,.,
thin has been one of the inequities ...*!.. ey>t.-."*,. .tt.Ib' .1
that has caused most resentment It would appear that the Immoderate J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone Uk teat west (* Uck eves U ....
on the part of Southern ones and the extremitts bottrt,humid ...0... z.&oo
Negroes. American courts are the are those whether they' be FR 4-3034 fellow eUrectioM.every. ....,. .ck
of judges or poUtcians ordinary ....... .. PacY.jL
symbol democracy, and the .citizen or not who are reactionary 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
judges who preside over them are SILKY STRATE
supposed to have an impartial in their thinking and actions; We copy and enlarge. pictures OtNTLX er KfOULAK ..****
who seek to and
< impede justice
attitude mercy and a sense' offall'DfoM its. TWO OONCC JAI
beyond that of the ordinary I American falrplay; who use harassment your loved ones at naif price.We ... ........ 125

citizen. But unfortunately, and Intimidation to Make All Kinds *f Pictures. c.._ .....MUM *..... to*
achieve their goals; and who try
COSMETIC COUNTERS
ALL
many judges in the South are AT
to impose their prejudiced thinkn -
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Southern first and judges sec --
:: wp"n ethers as the American
ondly. Their decisions reflect
way. Thinking with the emotionsis -
their feelings "
regarding rap prejudice a child's way a sign. of im
discrimination and
biro- maturity. Thinking with the
try. Instances of the bypassing of
I. heart and mind is the way to
justice In Southern courts happen
maturity and understanding of
every day But It is especially
disturbing to realize that a judge others (ftimfou?

'In Tmtmt can make such a mockery -
of Justice that he will make a k r"; -

nubile statement" saying that as KEEP HAM PRIM NEW .. .., .
fir a. he Is concerned the KKK
and the NAACP are just alike GOING BACK Easily anchored n the ground with
--wr.r...r..r..w.w..w- the pointed ends.
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One begins to wonder
aoout ------- 6 Furnished In aluminum finish.Air .
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the quallfltcations of such a -MA...wr M Ir..e.eee gap also helps to prevent the
man -when he allows Cls .re-YwtY.ewv-.w...... I from
prejudice --........--- NOW GREYHOUND bottom of your garbage can
to be aired in public. Not only is ....earar--- rusting out.. thereby.. Increasingthe
he showing himself to be preju life of It.
diced he is showing himself to t RACING Shown below with
can
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be tTtrnt of the bask alms of I
the KKK as contrasted with the .... ...
NAACP. The KKK has a history ...------.r -.-
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PACE 4 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 Negroes have been

JUST BROWSIN'By members cf the Republican Na-
r Broward
tonal Committee.
PAUL R. HENRY I Reeves is the son of Fred B.Reeves .
County of Washington and a
nephew of the editor of the Miami .
News Frank D. Reeves, Washington, Times.
DjC, attorney and representativefcr
8yW.rter the Lepl Fund of the Nation I Last Sunday afternoon the
Office at 111t N.W. Third Avo. Miami FI.rlda-"h. FR 1-2231 at Association fcr the Adanvce-' i Morehouse College Glee Club of
Plant at 1740 N.W. 16th Avtnu.-Phon. OX 1..0421H. flows ment of Colored People has been Georgia Wendell Whalum conductor
nominated by the District Committee
and Michael Tucker
C. SIQISMUND REEVES Editor ..--.. ...... -.... ......... ....- ...- for Humphrey as Its candidate I Clarence Robinson accompanists and
Garth C. RWVM. Managing Editor and Business Manager The PTA District 10 Trill bold fcr District Democratic appeared in concert at the Northwestern
---- its annual meeting Saturday, National Oommltteeman. If Senior high school
%te"" ---- on May. 3 he would be the I
Member of the National' Newspaper rabU"bft'll A..ndadoa Ant Negro to serve as a Democratic Sorority Observes

Kntrrd. M ftrrond ClaM Matter Anmt e, l 27. at th. ro.c Omit Ora D. Taylor, Realty from the National District of CarnmiUeeman Columbia or National Business
at Miami, Florida, antler the act of March ft, 17(1 Reg. Real Estate Broker from any state. Rep. William L. Week
Dawson' is a vice chairman at
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: 14601 Lincoln Boulevard the Democratic National Committee Gamma
ONI YEAR $4.10 SIX MONTHS 12.75 THREE MONTHS" ,10 Alpha Chapter of Iota
Richmond Height CE 6-424 bur-is not the committeeman Phi Lambda Sorority will Join
lotans across the continent in its
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EDITOR'S One 4 bedroom with two bathe.three ----- -
annual observance of National
bedroom.. Oak floor,
SIDE tary School 505 NW 20th at. Busiess Week.
.. INTEGRATION: THE ACADEMIC modern throughout. In beautiful
f To certain extent both extreme segregationists and Richmond Height The week will be a very active
a ,
of Commerce
The CWH Chamber one for the sorors. Activities willget
moderate white southerners! have had one fear in com- will meet next Monday, under,. on Saturday.
small
Beautiful for couple or
mon: that school integration would lower academic stand family. One 2-bedroom, beautiful April 11 at the Carver Lounge morning April 9 at George
ards. FHA conventional.Call Motel at 9 pm. All members are Washington Carver High Schcol
living or
area. asked to be present. Mr. J. Dunn with it's annual typing contest
It is a fear that is not limited to the South nor to racial after SK( or morning to 130: president E. K. Hardy, secre Contestants will represent the
problems. Northern parents will recognize it in their a.m. tary.Walter various high schools of the county

concern about children from "across: the tracks" lowering Tw.b.droo....* with bath and Butch was elected unt"W .
president of the CWH Fire On Thursday evening! April 14
Hie quality of public school education. half. Large rooms, carport,
1>t1>t. of Carver Ranches. James Gamma Alpha will present to
:. Now, concrete evidence is beginning to collect to an. built-in Boulevard.One kitchen.. On Uncoln Outlet fire chief. the community" Its business' woman
aver this legitimate concern. and man of the year, and
The PTA will meet next Wednesday its mst outstanding business
Last fall the superintendent of Louisville public acre 'In Perrin*. .1.600
April 13 at the Carver student at its in initial banquet to
cash In location. Call.
schools reported 'after three years of integration that prosperous Ranches Elementary School at 8 be held at the Carver Branch
careful measurements indicated both White and Negro Three bedroom stucco house on pm. Parents be present .YMCA.
pupils had speeded up their learning. business street in Goulds. Total
Earlier testimony from 12 administrators of deeg U.SOO or $500 down, $60 month.
House now being remodelled.We Highland 4-rOtS Fret Conyitati'
k negated school systems in the "border states' jibed with

this assessment. have lots available In 0,. SOUTHERN CLINIC
Wilmington Baltimore and chard Villa for your D r o a m
such
However, cities Urinary and Chronic Diseases
Homo. We also have plans f o r
Louisville do not provide the acid test They indicate, but your selection. Corns to Arm. Hors 10-4 JM7 CORAL WAY
certainly do not prove, that desegregation might be academically strong Manor model, homes 10700
successful in heavily Negro areas. SW 1S1st SL and SW 107th *ve. Iva 'y Apt. (Near 27th Avt .

The case Washington, D.C. comes much closer to or call CE 54245. CI..... Wt*. BUS Ha. 4 U doe

fitting conditions in the Deep South. Washington public One lot in Goulds on 12tth at.
schools enrollments showed 74 per cent Negro students in Total price 12.000, $100 down,
110 per month or Inquire at
1953.A 17140 Homestead ave. Perrlno.Armstrong .
report on the city's schools made to the Southern

Regional Council shows strictly measured before-and-alter Manor H.", .. 8v Booker T. Shoe Store
."tflveb.droom ((5 models)
results from five years of integration. The study was made one bath. Urge carport or porch,
by Prof. Frank H. Stallings of the University of Louisville.It built-in kitchen, dream. Bathroom
utilized national educational tests and the College Entrance walk In clooeta. Why pay 1190 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Board Examinations I rent Only |24 per week U own.
One mortgage paid, out In II *
"Run-Rite to T.
Booker
It showed that immediately after integration in 1954 years.

there was a drop in academic achievement, because previous Model, home 10700 SW ISIst St. LADIC'S AND CHILDREN'SSHOES
"separate but equal" schools had not been equal for and 107th ave. Richmond Height I

Negro pupils.
But five years later this deficiency (born not of integration
but of unequal segregation) had been made up in

dramatic fashion in every subject tested at every grade

level. Academic achievement improved at the same time FOR
.
as the proportion of Negro students rose from 60 to 74

T4Tclat.It .
would be fatuous to say that all communities would
get the same results from Integration. Washington school Near 54th St. EASTERUae

officials had to work hard to raise standards. Certainly I $995 Down ,

neither integration nor segregation will improve academic I Beautiful new 3-bedroorn

standards without similar work. But Washington 2 bath CBS now being our convenient layaway. plan
resultts do go a long way toward proving that integration built in quiet neighborhood.
cannot be realistically feared or fought against on purely Small deposit will hold till Open Mon, Thru Thurs a."'. to a p.m.
Friday ill 9 p.mftatvrday tit 10 p.mSun 1 .
academic grounds closing. Balance like rent. til pjn.LERNER'S

Christian Science Monitor No closing coats. Own Jour

own home.
SITDOWNS CONTINUE --
--- -y
Sitdown demonstrations that began in Greensboro, Opa Locka
N. C. when four college students tried to get service at a MKT. I
Woolworth lunch counter and were refused, continue. $595 Down

The demonstrations are going on in more than 25 states. $82.50 Month

This! in spite of arrests, fines, jail sentences, expulsionsand Lovely new 3-bedroom CBS
some violence.So I'home. Large lot in nice 2090 H.Wo 75th St. PL 4-5179

far there has been only a few changes by business neighborhood. Only one
places n their segregation policy. left. Hurry, call for appointment Price good Thursday, Friday and Saturday

The demonstrations are peaceful and if not prevented to aee. And April 7, 8, and 9
by law officers will go on. It is a determined effort to -- -- --- Monday Tuesday, Wednesday April 11, 12, 13

break down some of the existing race barrier Open West Hollywood Sun.

The move has the backing of the NAACP CORE, $395 Down PORK CHOPS UBBVS BEST

.U)4 Ministerial Alliance and many other groups and citi $79 Month BUY DAYS
.Z'B- 'f both races. New 2'bedroom 1 bath CBSon 3 Ibs. $1.00 Libby. No. 303

In Miami following the suggestion of Governor LeRoy nice quiet street. Just Golden Cream Style
Collins for appointment of biracial committees all think only $79 per month CORN

over the etate, our Mayor Robert King High appointed a and one mortgage payment.. SouseTime
committee of II, five of them Negroes. First time offered Garden Sweet
.
"This committee held two meeting this week with / PEAS
representatives of downtown variety and department 5410 S.W. 23rd Street

stores In an attempt to resolve the sitdown movement North Miami Bench EARS, TAILS 6 for $1.00

hope that committee! : after d usd)1U'ith( the business Beautiful new 3-bedroom. 2 FEET MAWS _
places concerned. can CUBIC up with some satisfactory bath CBS home. Custom Libby No 303 Can
rcaulta.1 built. Only $795 down. You 6 Ibs. $1.00MEAL Halve,or Sliced .

A mass meeting has been scheduled for Monday must see this home to appreciate PEACHES
night at Mt. Zion Church with the subject for discussion it.BRIGHT.
Libby'a
No.
*itdowns and What You Can Do." The meeting can be -- ORGRITS 303 Can

helpful in apprising> the community of the situation as it REALTYPL FRUIT

stands. But In all fairness to the mayor and his committee, 7-S456 283 NW 79th St COCKTAIL
their report should, heard before any drastic action is 5.lb. bag 29c 4 for $1.00

taken. I
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Opening of City: and president of O'Neal BILLY GRAHAM SAYS MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA :.
Bronze Modeling Club has been SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 PAGE 5
Rudy's Record Shop I name d manager of Rudy* Rec- CHURCHES MUST i
Smith to inviting all her friends
Miss Jersie MrClcndcm Smith to come to the Grand Opening.: BE FREE OF aswbt man's religion."

one at the top models of Miami Saturday, April 9. RACE BIAS Thii is Christianity's biggest
in the recent Continental Fash stumbling block in Africabe

ton Panorama from New York I Advertise It NEW YORK Billy Graham said.The
3rd Shop, 681 NW 15th ave. Mrs. Pays says Africans so far hare not beginning.dama he added Is only

been widely aware that racial The embarrassing racial problem I
--- -- segregation exists American
)In in America and Britain has
churches but they're findingout not been ruch an obstacle: among .
and it's dealing a hard blonr Africans until now because they
to the Christian cause. were not so aware of It," he
Graham, who refuses V> hold Bjt it's becoming inc Nid.I
any meetings' where segregation*! problem there."
is required' said the African trip The segregated churches ,
strengthened' his. conviction' that!$1 church imtitutkns in Americaare rd
Christianity must free itself of:j becoming known to African
acial restrictions. |I leaders They cant believe It.
Outlining his impressions In an They cant take It in. They're an-
interview he said the foes of tounded to hear that Christian
Christianity are busy picturing It I institutions bar a man on the basis
I of color."


FOR SALE i

GOES TO BEDSIDE OF SISTER. I

FOR RENT | FOR RENT On account 11.000 of death DOWN I am sell- Mr. and Mrs Benjamin Nixon I,
Mrs, Dora Mae Wright who
lag )-roum house and 2 efficiencies bearded an Eastern. Airline plane
,41 NW 9th street apt. ROOM In private was recently crowned Queen ofGethsennne
FURNISHED
all furnished' This is a good \\o Vero Beach on Sunday morning
e Mas M"DComeJ'1.u. home 3230 NW 43th ,t. NE income for life. $13.000 1044 NW t t<> beat the betide of Mrs. Court No. J3S Heroines
FURNISHED 4-365. 84th st. Nixon's sister, Mrs Emma Al1ont"f' of Jericho at the 8th annl-
..Y = three bed nary celebration of the court
resident of Miami Mrs.
u ft use. Quiet surroundings FURNISHED= ROOM fer rent TWO NICE LARGE LOTS for Alien a underwent a serious opera held at the Masonic Temple Ml
P4 Locka Uunche Park Gentleman e. 2161 NW sale 50 150 Ranches NW 3rd 1Mt. Mrs. Wright won
or cou? x in Carver lien at the Indian River Memorial
i .Desirous. of clean nice Setb st NE 4-5023. from owner Call PL 8-7423.' Hospital.: The Nlxons returned the coveted honor in a contest
I ..nuI,. For informstlMA with several other members of
leaving Mrs. Allen in fair con .
1-164. Ap 2 COTTAGES. Individual cottages. PROFESSIONALS, doctors' dentists dition. We wish her a speedy recovery the group Mrs. Wright waacrownrd
One bedroom. clean neighbor beajiicians. barbers. House by the Rev. T. A. Rolle
.
...D ROOM in quiet
hood. 617 NW 8th st PhenaFR on bu iness k 1 t $200 deposit will!I folkting a very spky program
.E: 4-Stl. 2161 NW Mlh 1-44BO. Mrs. India Donovan hoW $11. 300 TU '7-4592 I on the occasion rendered by a
st.lmSLY. I A16 group' of young slncrrs. led by
-- I
I Congratulations to Mrs, Addle B Pierce.
I IDEAL for professional people.I
HOUSE with two bedt ,
Mrs Wright and the court" In
CLEAN EFFIOENCY Al'?. for Quality construction New 3-bed.'
RUDY'S NEW RECORD
* rid plus carport
TH' F room general take this method of
Adults Reasonable 2
rent room bate CBS home. Garage
W.th beautiful landscaping Fitt-937 SHOP thanking all erf the mtmbera and
.
ratty Phone Florida room central! heat .I I
I tie: heart of Edison Center Its friends for their fine '
very cooperation
conditk NR<<. $".600 3461 Fla. 6801 N.W. 15th Ave.
. an ideal place fer quiet and in making the contest a"suoro
VERY; NICE ROOM: for a man. Ave., Coconut Grove' Open week- .
omforta;e l living See it at 838 FROM s Following the coronation.
:No cooking. 900 NW 60th ends. roal etate trade considered
I
W 66th street Adults only Must PL 1.336. .t.1 I a rvcrptkm In honor f the ccasion
.. experienced in taking care of !! Royal Barber Shop was held at the same Temple and
3 od home PL 80792.' I was enjoyed by all.
6950 N.W. 15th Ave.Mr .
f MM Louise Webb was obair*
KURNISlfEf ROOMS Near I IRUDY'S .. CfcariM Mon Mgr man of committee; Mrs. Serena
BEST WISHES TO
.
downtciAn Prefer single& working i "Strvict With a '",11.)10'1.)11" ." Green MAM Mrs. Addle B.
person MK rye FR 9-9327. Pierce secretary and Mrs Ellen'
Taylor treasurer
RECORD SHOP
FURMFHSD APT far rent. 1870 ... .
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NW Mth Terr Phone NE 9-0010.

Success tS WONDERFUL
HOU&E. Completely turnish. FROM Rudys New Record Center OPPORTUNITYNo
Good surrounding' Hot
water $16.30 per w",k. Phone BANNISTER'S FOOD CENTER SOI N.W. tftth Avt. experience necessary .awe
NX 5316: Apply at 1994 NW Ebony Bar and Package help you. Pleasant and

saUl at 6290 N.W. 15th AVE. OX 1.2265 Store profitable selling to c I T I c

FUR-VSHBD ROOM in Libert NOS NW nth Avs. organizations, church., etc.
CitjPL- '7-672. Mr. Sam Levy Mgr. PL 8-5943 or PL 4-0917.
I
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LOVELY' IIO I& tai per week I

Adults Privilege of buying now Continued Success to Rudy's TV and Record Center
Call NE 3-U66. r- .,.-- .
6801 N.W. 15th Avenue
COVNIE will rent or sell her
nay fumtsJted home and apt
In newest colored pariah srctkn LIBERTY CITY COIN LAUNDRYOPEN -
near Orchard Villa Liberal Cath- q
ol-c Chucefe, reasonable week ormuAtlt. 24 HOURS A DAY
FR I-4M1. 12707416W
Sth ..., also furnished rooms 7050 N.W. 15th Avenue

! kitchen, bath. Large yard
21X3 NW 6 rd st Mr. Harris. W .. r..tI
specialist in p r Ai service ts your deer .

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NICE FURNISHED yarn torrent .
Prefer' gentleman, 344 NW .
lift st All tee conveniences' of a .yI ..
home Phone FR :r.. .
1-4822 for
p invent ap- FREE RECORDS $f -

.. .
FREE REFRESHMENTS
It "'f'I
rest of Luck to Come to the grand opening of '

RECORD RUDY NEW SHOP Rudy's New Record I -<

Center jI
6801 N.W. 15th Ave. .

Saturday April 9
Johnson's I I d

Orthopedic Shop 6801 N.W.15th Ave.

6856 N.W. 15th Ave. Phone OX 1'6821 I
I
OX 1.9541 Mall and pK nt orders promptly

Wt specialise in sroamskingptrt and filled sit the latest Jass. Blues, I

shot repairing Popular and Sacrvd ftscartls. Js,i. Smith M0r."

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CRISPEST, DRIEST MARTINI j''rol .
t Native Floridian 9 Civic Leader UNDER THE SUN IS MADE --


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The Only Candidate With ,

JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE I

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of other plans please end dona
TIMES MIAMI FLditl
MIAMI A lions for Library Benefit to Mays

PAGE e SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 Richmond Heights Flashes High giving School meditation Rev' W. E.moments Tayloris

Music by local talents. Mrs. Culver

., Is the librarian and Is to be
By ORA O. TALYOR congratulated for the flne work

.. ........ she is doing at Mays. With btlp
cf this fine committee and interested -
ECONOMICS OF HIGHER in our districts" gill be forthcoming persons. Your Scribe Is a
Is EDUCATION soon. Listen and look for the member and 'vice president of
announcement. By all meant this committee.
American parents need to know whatever frcup you are In or not
more about the economies of ed- in, register and vote. Registration
t I ucaUon Recently I read an without voting is tyranny' cowardice -
article in Time Magazine which backwardness. Voting li Beautiful Home 011
pr.yes the above statement. your privilege and duty. Your Lot
"SiXt>'-aine percent' of aU American _
children now under 18 will MEET
to to coUege, if parental ambl- VOTER LEAGUE 7b

b.e .ota are realized. $1.450 per student The politcal feathers are get- _
J what parents figure u tnj in the air. It is Interesting to
1 the sedan aaaual cost and 16% note the many candidates entering -
evanate' their total' family bill asnor are. already depending upcn
than SI9.000 67% of the your vote' The South Dade Voters -
Wrests my t.b.will use saving,I League is having a meetingat
1 *: '. aettipaschotershi;*, 29% 14S1 Lincoln Blvd. on Thursday Complete. bulltflftf' eenlM
wo.: Jepead oo income,.19% hope evening April 14 at 8 pxn.
fT ka Some 28% expect their Aim: to encourage registration, PLANNINGEIUILDING
ctree tc work pan time. voting and to organize efforts for .
T-.e BC.'t e :- .2= J:D .-e say coming election. The League includes .
Tae difficult problem as I sec FINANCING
Be a\rtc..nI Assoc,*' x. Sac.have =-.:te O c: c-a: a place wvmac areas from Kendall to,
i that: se few parents are do-
f'uad jt-5 JB rr-sr asm- to go tf at asy tacxsar7 ...j aa\v advance plaJ.n1n1Some Homestead. There will be representatives Veer New Home
ly to the ma'* e*r.u.b* ectra- !" :+ Tie TVs LcSe: from each of the communities -
sane rat set savings plan. .
iza'u. m W: est' two te.eritioa artswere Ve supemstoa of the aariKsry up any above.S'Jnpethy REPAIRINGREMODELING
pre**fttf'd J by the pretidect, *-!Jca Mr UcOnfrVi is presl- i I I Scftf are 10 bury that they have .
!hid think about It. The
ac tare
Mrs Florence A.:. and bet companion den She>> is nat sera ea the Vo RENOVATING
: .. *ho do have savings Families
"' .d'S to Bereaved -
Mn Blanch Dunmore of
D'. J. H. plan aeccrdjsf to the author, : We wih to extend sympathy t .
the soup we were uplifted after I SundiSg. )eft to right : Over Tw-ty Veer* ef
seeing the s>,f>reciatioa' and gratitude Moorhead, chief of raft Mrs. about 49% managed' to save only and blessings upon the Baker and C.n.truett.n Epev
Frances a medaafi SIlO .alt year. At that ROM families of Gibbs Chapel t e.ce.
of Lone attending
from the officials nurse
coating
it wUi take ten to G..,."' .... SatMfactUnNE
the botptta1.be auxiliary and the I, Mrs Florence M. Ali and Mrs. rate years AME Church Rev. W. E. Taylor,
patient. I I Ruth Dunmcre.; representatives "A I save eat for one year of col .*tor. The Bakers lost a brother J
We hope that this unselfish the beauticians; Mrs. M. White; let for cne child' ; (at current and the Ross' a mother. Your r i7mCL.fjti
lest'J11) help others to be* dietician. A. H. Hanson; admin* coat). The way the situation looks ;asa is Heaven's gain. May God
come m.ndful of the needs of urtrator.;; and seated are three pat the ttudeet to a large decree, bleu and keep you from sorrowor (
will be for their
reapoasible own pain.
the h pUl and make similar do- Uents.
education through independent
effort and study. Junior Colleges Library Committee of Mays 5-6171
are hefcrfag;; much in this area for Hi'h sponsors tea. Mrs. Gibson of 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Voter Registration to be Theme college material students WHOcan the Heights{ is president. The affair Miami
live at home and ret two I I is labeled a "Book Benefit
years of college. The problems Tea." for Sunday pril 10 from 4 r
Beauticians to there however are many: Buildings to lit Mays High. An interesting
I 3,000 proper personnel finance prcgram and service Is antkipat-
I
support and public cooperation. I ed If you cannot attend because* Join The NAACP

SOUTH DADE VOTERS I .:.. -,
Meet at Bethune-Cookman LEAGUE

FIRE INSURANCERates .
The South Dade Voters League

"Peptics is everybody's business ubcre they will sail on two ships includes memberships from Ken on Your Home
momen's business for month's tour of and dail to Florida City. We are
particularly a Europe GO DOWN IN APRILCall
thankful for such leaders Rev.
as
latest the Land
for according' to the Holy
census bureau resorts women McQueen' of homestead Rev. W. our office now to find out how you can benefit
for the Faison of Princeton Rev.' Hall of from this
1.1 outvote men this year Won't You Give reduction
[ Perrine. Rev. Ferguson of Howard
nation's
first Um to the bistoryLBearing
this in mind "Educa, A Pint of Blood? and Rev. W. E. Taylor of
tion for Citizenship Respo u1bl1l-t Richmond heights and other SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY J
ty" wit again be the theme when I The Dade County Tuberculosispatients leaders to rive impetus and support .
3,000 beautician will gather at+' now hospitalized la Lao to the hundreds of membersin I 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 9.5284
tana and Tampa, need your help. these areas The Voters League I
Bvtftune-Cuokman
College April
.,.U m DayU&a for the 16th ant There must be blood on hand for welcccnes' any group organised or I 1' Yea, we still write auto insuranceYOUR
oust convention. immediate uae to, speed the recovery individuals to participate. A mass
I of these patients meeting presenting the candidate.
Mrs. Marjorie S\cJWart Joyner, Your Dade County Tubertalosis I -----
National Supervisor: of the United Association to Indebted lathe
Beauty School owners ssd Teachers Dade Ccunty Blood Bank
AM caUon and the AlphaC for blood that has been used.
ve l'i omega Sorority and fraUrn.ty. Wont you give a pint and save
said that the organization a lifer CREDIT
which au chapters in 44 states, AU dcnors will be given a delicious IS O.IC.ATBAKER'S
wit uunch an intensive voter roe. hot dinner In Northnreal-
crmung drive for the fall deco ern's Cafeteria.
tions. Beauty shops Nt.W serve u The blood procurement project
information centers en registeringand will be held Wednesday and dept.
vuung data. The aim is to get Thursday. April IJ." from ".1
one mU.ioo additional voters. p.m at Northwestern Vocational
A ictiuur and workshop on High School '7007 NW 12th ave. store
Cuue-mbop Participation will be The dinners will be sponsored
coaducutl at the convention by by The Frontiers of America and
Mu tihei L. Payne of the AJTLC1O the Phi Beta Sigma fraternity

Committee national on staff.Political Education Ii' Ap I North Miami*' Avenue

Firms on "!low to Get out the
Vote" and exhibit will be a HARLEM SQUARE

luhight Miu Payne of presentation is a native e of Chicago SWEET SHOP


reporter oo assignments and She former has which traveled White Included widely House 4 COLD PULL CUTS LINt -OF COSMETICS QMOCtRItt'I IN !NO MONEY I DOWN i

tbe Aaian-Afrkan Conference
covering tOS N.W. lour Street
at Bandung. Indonesia in
19U and the Independence ceremonies a take many months to !

at Ghana in 1W7. She t I I .,.' '' .. ". : ... ;. !- -pay-w '.', '.-.
joined the staff of the ATLr-CIO
in 1868. POEMS',
Dr. Richard V. Moore, president
of Dethune-Couiuivan College, and
VYanUtf Teftt S.t T Music
the facuhy will be hosts to the
: by America't Largrtt Song Sludia dEos
convention. Send form. I..un .alt C'OMIdnatioft.,, .
close of the sessions the
At the Ph.e.paah HtcH Made
delegates will go to New York f.SUI IS laan KsucaiftsL.i3UH.MCtiHarold I
shop with confidence In one oif lieuths


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EDITORS- 12th IN' A .IRIEt MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


I SATURDAY, APRIL 9. 1960 PAGE 7

EDUCATE FOR FREEDOM

14 Deny FraudIn They requested Jury trials. Two
other students will be arraignednext !, i
test which has become one of theassociation's week.
GI Bill Case
major annual projects.
I JAIL WON'TALLOW
As Nee r o Newspaper Week Fourteen Droward County men
director. Stanley Initiated worldwide WHITE pleaded' Innocent to charges they Electrical Repairs
observance broadcasts during obtained GI Bill school funds
the war yean and featured I I VISITORS through' false attendance reports. I. Stoves

leading Negro War Correspondent Williams H. Johnson 31. of Small Appliance
4 trcm foreign points. lie later I Pcmpano Beach, 1s the chief figure !. .
assembled' the greatest array New' York Patricia Stephensone in the alleged conspiracy. Her Outdoor Lighting
of Negro artists ever to appear on I. of the eight TalUhasse CORE <-as dean of boys at Dillard High Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
any national network program. members who chose Jail in protest School In Fort Lauderdale where .
This year he hit a new high by against discrimination re* the otht'fJere supposed' to attend Speakers Installed
securing time on NBC's ""Monitor puts that Leon County jailers- night classes. GEORGE INGRAHAM
fwr four of the ten I960 Russ- will no longer permit white Y1a1I Johtwin and 13 students
wurm Award Winners by scheduling I tots pleaded not guilty before Federal FR 3.1051DRIVER'S
the Newspaper Week observance Jude Emmet Choate in Miami.
I She writer. The police will not
for the nrst time on television -
allow us V> have any more white -- -
when William O. Walker
and A. G. Gaston appeared with visitors. Sunday they refused to
." let sme Florida State Universitystudents
Dave Garroway on IbdayIn I see us. One of the LICENSE !
1956 as General President of FSU students says be plans to
hi college: fraternity Stanley write the Governor and Hind out
presided ever the 50Xa Anniver why he connot see us. BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
-During the ant three visiting
ButNee days, the "iUtetre allowed toMe
grimage of 2,000 conventioneers' us but Sunday the 27th O'BERRY'SMAGIC
m Cornell University where Alp they were not Yesterday we
was founded. This gathering teamed' the students "ere followed CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
vttueh is beiieved to be the large by policemen when they left
est m a4 fraternity history the Jail And a policeman stoped 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
through Stanley's national contacts Robert Armstrong! (note: Armstrong I
attracted\ such aveaken a white student, has also OX 1-5283
The nary of Frank L. StanleySr Branch Rickey Gov. Aver UI hem mortal for participating I
u that cf the struggled Senator John Sherman: in the CORE sit-ins) and told
a man who has lilted himself Cooper, Dr. Martin Luther King bm thet he was a good driver, so -- '- "- ->
by hU own boat-sraps. Early Inha LM Autherine Lucy Atty. Arthur let him see his license AU be
Shores and others.Ovber warned, was his name.
many :
.
the Jonral-
coiie j ate career, VOTE
highlights cf his excep- FOR JAMAICA SAM
istic bat hit Stanley. But being "The Jailer and matron have
editor ol his college psr. T h e Lnal career arc been trying te get us to tell them
Atlanta University Scroll was In 1950, Stanley authored Senate who some of our white visitors FOR GOVERNORIt'
n.y one of several endeavor Resolution Bill No. SS. that, are especially several of the'
because he was simultaneously ..
successfully passed the Kentucky i
occupied as captain of A. U.:. General Assembly and which girl.K Two warts ago, an FSU student Time for a ChangeCoe
football and basketball teams u prevented Kentucky from be- '" as badly beaten rljht after
well as being president of the conung a part of segregated regionalism. he attended a CORE meeting.
Student Council, president of his As a result seven Kentucky "Keep your chin up and con-
a-d Hear
c.ass and a varsity debater. universities and colleges flue to fi"L'tto my Platform

However this broad extra- rxu.sr experience set the scope now Negroes are admitted to all write Patricia Stephens and tie S : t MS TODAY
, acuvtties that be was 28 Institutions of higher learningIn other Jailed 'tu4enu. by writingt
'o t tsc.CZ ;jig m-ny* in later, flrst as a col- Kentucky. In recognition cf I them at the Lean County JtiL,; e.
aoa AlP school teacher, and his contributions to Integrated eucation. Tallahassee. Fla. I -e-
age
the Kentucky Negro Ed*
ne*spaper publisher 1 11d
a -
D.aa ----'-
ucaUtn Association resented him
and a civic leader. I I the Llnocln Key for Outstanding : 6965 N.W. 15th Ave.f Miami
Kowowuvj five yeara of teacani Achievemrnt in 1931. Don't Frrt Fight !
at Jioowm Collef and Cert.u.gn i
ua* Scbtol respectively.Sanley Mr. Stanley has received' many
: organized a group InUUto other personal honors among Join; The NAACP

> to uke over the managenum which are; I ... .L -- ----
------ - - -- --
1 the then three-year-old An Honorary Degree of Doctor
iauiviile Defender. There have (.f Humanities from Allen Uni
uen many crises' in the JT-yeer verity In March. 1955; Citation f For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates ,Call
h. U>ry of the Defender but U from the Midwestern Athletic
has been ceousiently' regarded U Aodation for ten yean of serce -
one of America's greatest week- *< as Commissioner of officials
iie During tae pail 10 years It tFebruary 21. ltt ). CUaucn ofJerit I BONDED COLLECTION
hs won OS national awards for from Lincoln University
jo.-na...*uc excellence. Frank ,Mo., ); for outstanding, performance
sun.ey' column -Being Frank : in Journalism (March 18,
Place and Prtb- 1 k a.
About 1'eop.e, > ) "
.cnu" has been adjudged the best ,
co.umn in Negro Journalism the In June. 1959 the Eks of Kentuckqy AGENCY Inc.
bestowed upon Mr. Stanley
last two consecutive: yean.Ci .
their highest btnor The
wever. I his journalistic feats Dr. T T. Wendell Award for 1 ,
are not limited to writing ability DIUnguiched Service In Civil :
aone Un.ike most publishers. he LJbrrUe; J .,
is a master salesman and actively Like the fourteen Negro editor
his pubicatlon. -The Louisville Defender under The largest collection and rental
the able direction of Its publisher
He Is also recognized' as a pro- '*
truly Educates for Freedom. k'
mcUona) genius. The Louisville agency in the South; operating in
Defender tome Service Exposition
which, wail be staged for the Dade and Broward Counties'
23rd year this October. Is rated Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath
as the max successful of all similar
newspaper projects.' Some 1631 N.W. 57th SLOpeD Negro Housing areas
half dozen heave show annually
conducted by other Negro papers I
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Week. Stanley was the flrst Cash pal far leta er ...*..
working newspaper man to direct .
it and has remained In charge SEYMOUR BARON 1fA' I
consistently except for the years
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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 Richmond Heights Flashes High giving School.meditation Rev W. E.momenta.TaylorIs

)Music by local talents. Mrs. Cul
ver Is the librarian and Is to be
By ORA O. TALYOR congratulated' for the fine work
?v r-.J she .Is doing at Mars With help
---- -0"- -
cf this fine committee and Inter-
ECONOMICS OF HIGHER in our districts rill be forthcoming ested persons Your Scribe Is a
EDUCATION soon. Listen and look for the member and vice president of
announcement. By all means this committee.
American parents need to know whatever grtup you are In or not
more about the economics of ed- in register and vote. Registration
t ucation. Recently I read an without voting is tyranny, cowardice -
article in Time Magazine which backwardness. Voting u Beautiful Home cm
prcvea the above statement."Sixtynine your privilege and duty. Your Lot
percent of all American
children now under 18 will "
go to college, if parental ambi- VOTER LEAGUE MEET 7ew axi4 i &

4. tions are realized $1,450 per stu- The politcal feathers are get-
1 dent is what parents figure as tnj in the air. It Is Interesting to 5tseaay --- -.i V
the median annual cost and 16% note the many candidates enterIng -
estimate their total family bill u are. already depending upon
more than $19,000. 67% of the
your vote. The South Dade Voters
parents say they will use savings, League Is having a meeting
41'* anticipate lCholanb s. 29% at 1461 Lincoln Blvd on Thursday Complete, building rvke
will depend on lnC'ome.le% hope evening April 14 at 8 pm.
for loans. Some 28% expect their
Aim: to encourage registration, e PLANNING
children to work part time. voting and to organize efforts for OUILDINQ
The Droward County Negro nations; so that we may continue: The difficult problem as X see coming election. The League includes FINANCING
Beautician Association, Inc. to make our hospital a place we. areas from Kendall to
have found joy in giving annually 'Nl:i want to go if at any Um.nt'C't"lAfT it is that advance so few parents planning.are Some doing -. Homestead. There will be representatives Veer New Hem
to the charitable The TVs are under I any I
many organ from each of the communities -
have not set savings. plan. .
up any :: REPAIRINGREMODELING
izatkns. When two television sets. the supervision of the auxiliary above.S"I11PAth7 .
were presented' by the president, which, Mrs. McCasJdll Is president Some Ire.0 busy that they have S
had time think about It. The
Mrs. Florence All and her corn- She Is not shown on the no to e RENOVATING
families oho do have savings to Bereaved Families
panion Mrs Blanch Dunmore of picture.
Dr. J. IL plans, according to the author,! : We irih to extend sympathy ....
the croup, we were uplifted after Standing, left to right Over T My Year ef
seeing the appreciation:: and grstitud Moorhead; chief of staff, Mrs. about 40% managed to save only II and Wettings upon the Baker and CAttmcti Exp.rl.*c_
median that
$150 last At
Frances a year. ROM families of Gibbs Chapel
coming from the officials of Long; attending nurse,
the hospital the auxiliary and the i.Mrs. Florence M. All and Mrs. rate it will take ten years to AME Church Rev. W. E. Taylor, Guaranteed SatevfaetUn
patients.We Ruth Dunmore; representatives o4 save enough for one year of college ..tor. The Bakers lest a brother
hope that this unselfish the beauticians; Mrs. M. White; for cne child (at current and the Ross a mother. Your 'V r
coat). The way the situation looks loss is Heaven's gain. May God
gesture will help others to become dietician, A. K. Hanson; administrator
mindful of the needs of and seated are three pa the students to a large degree, bleu and keep you from sorrow !: G GAL
will be for their t,
tire responsible own or pain. LtiU.
the hospital and make similar do- tI.
education through Independenteffort
and study. Junior Colleges Library Committee of Mays NE 5-6171

are hefetag much in this area for Hiih sponsors tea Mrs. Gibson of 1121 N.W. 29th Street
Voter Registration to be Theme college material students WHO the Heights is president The affair II.oral
I can live at home and get two 1 I I is labeled -Book Benefit
years of college. The problems Tea" for Sunday pill 10 from 4 p
Beauticians to there however are many: Buildings to 6 at Mays High. An interesting
I 3,000 proper personnel, finance, prcgrmm and service Is anticipated -I'
support and public cooperation.: I If you cannot attend because I Join The NAACP

SOUTH DADE VOTERS -.
Meet at Bethune-Cookman LEAGUE

FIRE INSURANCE .
The South Dade Voters League

"PcL'.lcs: is everybody business is here they will sail on two ships 'includes memberships from Kendall Rates on Your Home
women's business for month's of and to Florida City. We are
particularly a tour Europe GO DOWN IN APRILCall
thankful for such leaders Rev.
latest the Land.Won't as
for according to the Holy
,
census bureau reports, women .I McQueen of homestead Rev. W. our office now to find out how you can benefit
will outvote men this year for the You GiveA Falson of Princeton Rev. Hall of from this reduction
Perrine. Rev. Ferguson of Howard -
first Um in the nation's history
Bearing this in mind "Educa Pint of Blood? and Rev W. E. Taylor of
tion for Citizenship Responsibili. Richmond Heights and other SERVICE FIRST INS. AGENCY !
ty" wi) again be the theme when The Dade County Tuberculosis leaders to give impetus and support
3,000 beauticians will gather at.*I patients, now hospitalized la Len to the hundreds of members 631 N.W. 36th St. PL 9.5284
Bvthune-Cuokman Una and Tamp need your help. in these areas The Voters League I
College April I
There blood welccoies Yea, we still write auto insurance
11-%% in Day Una for the 10th annual must be on hand for any group organized or M
convention.Mrs. immediate use to speed the recovery individuals to participate, A mass
of these patient meeting presenting the candidate
MarJorie Stewart Joyner, Your Dade County Tuberculosis I.
National Supervisor of the United Association Is Indebted to
Bcauy School owners and Teach- the Dade aunt,' Blood Bank
era AMtoaUon and the Alpna for blood that baa been used.Won't .
Ctt li O.nega Sorority and fraternity you give a pint and cave
said that the oW&izatioahxfc a life? YOUR
CREDIT
nas chapters in 44 states AU dcnors will be given a de IS O.KUATBAKER'S
wU) launch an intensive voter ". licious hot dinner In Northnreat-
cruet ng oiive for the fall aloe ern's Cafeteria.
tions. Beauty: shops will serve as The blood procurement project
information centers en registeringand will be held Wednesday and dept.
vuung data. The aim is to get Thursday. April 13-14 from 1-'
one million additional voter pm. at Northwestern Vocational _
A jeoiinar and workshop on High School 7007 NW 12th ave. store
CUUcnihip Participation will be The dinners will be sponsored
conducted at the convention by by The frontiers" of America and
MiN Cihei L. Payne of the ATLC1O the Ph Beta Sigma fraternity,
Committee on Political Ed- Ap 9 /
ucatiwo national sta 1.
films on "How to Get out theVote"
and exhibits will be ahighlight HARLEM SQUARE

of presentation. SWEET SHOP
Miss Payne is a native of Chicago
ana former White house PULL LINE OF OROCCRIlt NO MONEY t DOWN

reporter She has traveled widely COLD CUT COSMETICS
on a&signraeats w filch Included
covering the Asian-African Conference tO* N.W. 10th Street I I
Bandung, Indonesia: in
frrr frr r irn* irJTI j ,-:I'r-rr'l" fake
19tt and the Independence ceremonies many months to !
at Ghana in 1957. She II pay
Joined the staff of the AFL-CIO

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conMdnation.j
At the close of the sessions, the Pheneteaah Records MdMm 1
delegate will go to New York : t auuR ..ua Ul.1C1" tutxdare
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I SATURDAY, APRIL 9. 1960 PAGE 7

EDUCATE FOR FREEDOM


14 Deny FraudIn They requested Jury trial. Two
other students will be arraignednext
test which bas become one of th.aaoclaUon' week.'
major annual pro GI Bill Case
jects. JAIL WONTALLOW
As Nee r o Newspaper Week Fourteen Btoward County men
director.: Stanley Initiated worldwide WHITE pleaded Innocent to charges they Electrical RepairsStoves
observance' broadcasts during obtained GI Bill school funds
j
the war years and featured through false attendance reports. .
leading Negro War Correspondents VISITORS Williams IL Johnson 31. of Small Appliance
6 L R g frcm foreign points. later Pcmpano Beach U the chief figure S
assembled the greatest array New York Patricia Stephensone in the alleged' conspiracy.' Hewas S Outdoor Lighting
of Negro artists ever to appear on. of the eight Tallahasse COnE dean of boys at Dillard High Hi-Fi and
any national network program. members .iwho chose jail In pro School in Fort Lauderdale where Stereophonic
This year he hit a new high by test against discrimination re- the others were supposed to attend Speakers Installed
M-curiiva time on NBC's 'Monitor pert that Leon County jailer night classes' GEORGE INGRAHAM
rt f..r four of the ten I960 Russ- will no longer permit white rial Johrutn( and 13 atudents'i
wurm Award Winners pleaded not guilty before Federal FR 31051DRIVER'S
ing the Ncnmpaper b1lCbedul-1 tors.She write The. police will not Jude Emmet Choate in Miami.
vance, for the first ,
vision when William O. Walker allow us V> have any more white --- -- -
and A. G. Gaston appeared with visit on. Sunday they refused to

Dave Carroway on Today. I let students scene Florida us. .State. One University of the LICENSE !

In 1956 as General President of FSU student says be plans to
his college' fraternity Stanley write the Governor and find out
presided ever the 30th Anniversary why he connot see' us. BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
of Alpha Phi Alpha in Duf- -During the fist three visiting
f..u.. No* York. He led a pilgrimage days, the whites were allowed toM
of 2,000 conventioneers "* us. but Sunday, the 27th I O'BERRY'S
10 Cornell University where Alp I they were not Yesterday we
.)a was founded.: This gathering If'amcdhe: students were followed I MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
which it beiievcd to be the large by policemen when they left
est in ail fraternity history the jail And a policeman slopedRobert 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
through Stanley's national contacts Armstrong (note: Armstrong I
attracted such. eskers as a white student, has also OX L5283
The story of Frank L. StanleySr Branch Kkkey. Gov. Averilltlarrtman. beta arf'tWttoJ for participatingin
is that cf the tJpi struggle Senator John Sherman the CORE sit-lns) and told
of a man who has lifted himself Cooper Dr. Martin Luther King Pun that he was a good driver, solet -_...- '- ----. t
by hu own boot-straps. Early lahj Mare Autherine Lucy Atty. Arthur him see his license All be
coieg.ate: ar r..be jonral- Shores and many others. wanted ass his name.
istkr bug hit Stanley. But being O&er highlights of his excep-' The jailer and matron havebeen VOTE FOR JAMAICA SAM
editor' at hit college pier, T h e uunal career arc
trying: to get us to tell them
Atlanta University Scroll was In I960, Stanley authored Senate who acme of our white visitorsare FOR GOVERNORIt'
cny one of several endeavorsbecause Resolution Bill No U, that, especially several of thegirls. I
he was simultaneously the .
successfully passed Kentucky I
occupied as captain of A. U:. General Assembly and which '1'wo weeks ago, an FSU student Time for a Change
footbaU and basketball teams aa prevented' Kentucky from beconung wss badly I beaten right after -
well as being president of the. a part of segregated regionalism. he attended a CORE meeting.
Student Council president of his' Aa a result seven Ken net p your chin" up and con-
c.au and a varsity debater. tucky universities and colleges rue to fight"ThoM = Core a!'d Hear my PlatformS

However this broad extra-eur- desegregated immediately and who desire to do so may
ricu.ar experience set the scope now Negroes are admitted all write Patricia Stephens and tne : MS TODAY
M nr ro-ny acLv&Unhat be waso 24 Institutions of higher learningin other jelled' students" by. writingt
nj.,gv in later, first as a colicge Kentucky In recognition U them st the L.-.a County Jut
ao i Wh IdH>teacher, an4nisi his contributions integrated *ducaUon. Tallahassee Fta. -e-
the Kentucky Negro Ed-
publisher .
a newspaper
as --- tie J
.ucatUn Association resented bio
anti a civic leader. t 69G5 N.W. 15th Miami
the Unccln Key for Outstanding Ave.f
**o...9wuv2 five years of teamag Achievement la 1991. Don't Fret Fight t t I
at Jackson College and Cd- t
ua. il.ga School respectively Mr. Stanley baa received' many
>.aney: organised a group la other personal honors among Join Tho NAACP

.>Wb to take over the maargerncnt which Are; ... _......._ ..1
1 the then titrec-year-aid An Honorary Degree of Doctor r7 ---
Louisville Defender There haveue.n cf Humanities trom: Allen University
many crises in the n-yeu in March 1951; Citation 1 For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
h.story of the Defender but It from the Midwestern, Athletic
has been eeausiently retarded u AociaUon for ten years of -
one of America's greatest week- area as Commissioner oC officials
'he.., During the past 10 years It (February 21, 1934)); Qtatico o4erit < BONDED COLLECTION
has wonOe national awards for from Lincoln University!
jo*.na..si.c excellence frank Mo.i, for outstanding perfor-
::.wn..,'. column "Being Frank ,nance in journalism (March 18, I
About I'eop.e, Paces and Preb.cm iXC.) '
. **" baa been adudlfdbe best ;
Negro Journalism the In June, 1960 the Dike of Keo.tuc&q1 -
co.umn in
last two ccnaecut ve yeara.Ciwwever. bestowed upon Mr. Stanley AGENCY Inc.
their highest btnor .TheDr.
1 4e
his Journalistic feats T T. Wendell Award tor ,
are not limited to writing ability D.tlnguuhed; Service In Civil
atone Un.ike most publishers he T-bertles.Like :
U a master salesman and actively the fourteen Negro editor e ,
direct suing of advertising: for previously featured in tests series:
his pubxraUon. The Louisvilie Defender under largest collection and rental i
the able direction of its publisher -
lie is also recofniied u a pro- "
truly "Educates for l'hedom.-
roctionaJ' gnku. The Louisville agency in the South; operating in ;
Defender liofn Service Exposition
which wiU be staged for the Dade and Broward Counties' r
23rd year this October, la rated Lovely 3.bedroom, 2 bath
as the mow successful of aU similar
newspaper projects. Some 1631 N.W. 57th St. Negro Housing areas
half dozen hone shows annually
conducted by other Negro papers
3-5 8-1340
are modelled after the Louisville Open p.m.-JE t U BROOKS. s ,..l4.nt

Defender Exposition.Ilia w. Build

promotknal ability alo baa No Money Down f MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

NewWaee Un ut.Used Publiahers by the, Association National 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
We have Iota to build
since the Inception of the observance BROWARD COUNTIES
60 a 140
of Negro Ne-vrspapex
Week. Stanley ,.IIhe first Cash paid far leta .* hews
wcrking newspaper. man to direct !7iiii
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York. __ _-. _.M._
New
with Ballet Theatre in
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In addition to its new ballet

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA now department eight, years the old.conservatory has Inter-, f '

SATURDAY APRIL 9 1960 eating musk, art and modern ft
PAGE 8
dance known departments local teachers.handled bywell !"!!


The conservatory is located at N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
r 3770 NW 15th an.CONSOLIDATE OX 1.7959



YOUR
,. .. FRIDAY)
-- --- BILLS LAST NIGHT (
We Rtflnanca YourMortiapa
UNCLE SAMUEL .to counting fcr as litOe as $100 down and the
heads this month. Of course, you balance c to be paid out in 18 N* Payments Until March 1 UElD IMTIIIIIYIII UlRllJII
know he sends out his couriers I monthly-payments. The total cost No Ball na__r as low as
every ten years to Uy a finger! is $995. All you need is your good 11,000 lift Month HEPBURN
en how many of weuns are domiciled credit. Thus tour, sponsored by $2.000 $2S Month TAYLOR CUFf
in these food old United North's Travel Bureau leaves $3.000 $30 Month
States. Many of us are kicking New York City, July IS and MIAMI NATIONAL
about the questions we are being, leaves Paris on the return on i
asked this time. Me too Like for August 14. Complete itinerary of MORTGAGEFR
Instance -What's the cost of your the 30-day trip will be found in 3-5446 JE 2-2622
home if you are not renting." colorful brochures you may obtain Member Chamber .f ; tifKto
Do you hare outside toilet, hot by writing or calling North's CommerceBUNCHE 1
and cold running water, if not Travel Bureau 1104 NW 3rd are. (\ 1c
why not.. if you are renting what scant.ssaw .
is 7Cur rent per week? Month? w aasw

And a whole lot of other (seemingly ... i .......*..* ......, .........
) personal questions that we l 1tJISS([WlWAIIS J6SCPR UMNIQCHKZ lAM SnEB
don't care for anyone to know. _...._.............._..1.'Iw11.AMi1..1.n/llA.YMKI
The clincher, though ('we thought) i : !
was: If you live in an apartment -
THEATRE OPA LOC* PLUS
are there any vacancies I -
therein? We didn't answer that Sunday Thru Wodnosdsy
It struck us that Uncle is looking Anita Ekbcrg In

for roctns for displaced European: "SIGN OF THE Beat"FATS
persons, who after coming' : her "The Big
will fall into the supposedly :! GLADIATOR :

trrod of Southern thinking and' Q"h 2V Henry Fonda
avill learn V hate and discriminate '
> Rkhard Wtdn ark In"Warlock" DOMINO ,
against we'una. I .
MILLS BROTHERS .
But seriously, though the S THE
government is trying to get amore A Both feat",.. In Color THE DIAMONDS

sound census of the people GEORGE SHERING QUINTET h;
In this country and at the same. CHARLIE BARNETT
time evaluate the country's i
economic' condition.' We really believe -' THE DEL VIKINGS

we should not hesitate to AIR CONDITIONED THE LANCERS
answer the questions that the THE 4 ACES
census takers ask. It's all strictly ,
confidential RITZ HARRY JAMES

It you think tne questions area -- THEATRI

wait little until embarrassing 1970 this decade. Noble Clifford Dye, former NOW SHOWING SATURDAY SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY
professional Afrtter and now a
teacher at the Bethune Elementary "AROUND THE
GO EAST my frientfa and a*. FUttEMTHtSTMYOFAFMK9MZI
School WM recently appointed WORLD IN 80 DAYS"George
the world.
public relations director i
Raft
Have you ever given a thoughtto under the direction of Illustrious WHrtttttU(
how people in other parts of Potentate Samuel Sweetings. "Golden Age of
the world think and act and live? Noble Dyes will help the Potentate Comedy" t tt h1t1t1 +*
How they while .way their time? and Nobles to make KazarTcnspJe I
What things are they mostly Interested well known. Kazan 149 su ., 1 SUSAN -JAMES I ,
in and most of all how meets on 2nd and 4th Theaday at M o KOWERDAMQISTOW( '
do they accept the people of the 941 NW 3rd aft, WO to *3pjn.
Untied State and what are their Air Conditioned] 1 303 ww
feeling toward them
Have you ever given a momentto Conservatory Names CAPITOLTHEATRE 'lIE t
fonder abcut the acceptance' of
the and of color and _
men women Ballet DirectorShirley '" antfju 1soalrt/

what are their problems in the SAT. MIDNITE .....\11 acs a u1r ard.w_10_W...... -.......
other countries of the world. Sanders, young local
Well here is your opportunityto ballerina has been appointed to SUN. WON, TUIt WIO.
make these observations inperson the head of the new ballet department "The Miracle"With PLUSTHE -
at a price you can afford. established at the Tine
Dsoahere in this paper is an advertisement Arts Conservatory according to Carrel Baker rtA
listing the countriesof Ruth CreenAeM." director Pius"Warrior
England' H Und. Germany Miss Sanders ts one" of the and the WARRIORand
Austria Ita Y. Switzerland Monte principal dancers in the Miami
Carlo and Prance, that you may Ballet Company. She has recently Slake Girl"The
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April 17. Participating; will be many Gospel groups On Sunday' morning; April IS

church choirs, quartets and soloists. 'we are barter as oar caest
Wednesday April 13 through April 15 at the Bethel speaker Sister Rowena Rand a

Temple Apostolic Church, NW 58th at and 23rd Ave., missionary from the Bahamas.

Doris Akins pastor. Time 8 p.m.
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his Smart Attain Into the
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Deauville Hotel's Casanova: Room SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 PAGE, 9

April 28. And Larry has got some -
Around Miami teal beauts in his chorus line, early' recovery. I k visiting his niece, Mr*. Maxine

plus a fast-moving topflight I Nealy here and other*relatives.*** In I
Charles Nasty of Md.
M I show, Beautiful Mauri Leightonis Aberdeen Key West.

-By DAVE (Mr. Swing) BONDU. featured Versatile Sammy ."'"

-- -. Davis Jr., takes ever the Cafe
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L .-. Pompeii in the Eden Roc to-
night. Sammy was terrific on' the
HERE'S A HOT ONE: I'm b.. Academy Awards prcgram .
Ins called Pistol Bondu Well 1 Versatile Earl Grant makes his _
I've been called worse thin, Ant trip down this way opening
than taaL A kt of people laufh BILL TINDER Blttmere O.!f tonlte at the Americana HoteL : 3 = -
at me for trying to fet funs Course Pro was ahowinc me the Till next .week Live life Ii -
banned in Dade, or even suggesting bargains he has in goif clubs, every golden minute of It. Peace! .. _
It, but just as soon as someone shoes balls carts and everythingelse :
beta shot and dies, those a golfer needs Believe me,I I BIO TIME Qelfere Lemmtr
friends or family cf the victims they are bargains. As for Bill he's Carter and Mary Minor, both of
laughter turns to tears and they quite a uy., and -when we find Ohio, will be leaving Miami Sunday -
are on my side. Sheriff K 11l7. a nice people it is a pleasure to do The Duke Jenkins Par and
tine safety director, told the business with them. Birdie Club of Miami threw a

County Commissioners that a re-1 I I I going away party for them the
vised Sullivan Law was uneo-l other night at the Carver Yours -
forceable. How dces our sheriff WHAT'S Truly didnt make It, but was toldit
know that it Is unenforceable if Opa Locks GOING ON e.t In wa a humdinger Gun .-
Seems as if there 1
they dont five it a tr'7t One a private boycott is toters: Warning! Judge Thomasis 2.
going Last -
on.
mould think how important it is I giving time he ain't used yet ;" -
heard was that some fellow ..:
for firearms to be tut-lawed, es- opened for carrying a concealed weapon.
a Suyer Market and refused
p.cially the members of the po- to hire
any Negro cashiers
..ce force. Every day a cop goesto ,n this: all-Negro section. To Leaves Lighthouse
you
.. his wife chiloien
Aork ,
folk there
out : It would be nice
mobil and ethers never know ifM'U t. have this man hire some Negro For Blind $7,500 ;
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come back home after his cashiers, butchers and other __ _
tour of duty. Some fun-happy
personnel but we must And some W T. Pitt who died last year,
be in the
k.d might wrong place
people who are qualified in these
has I left the Negro Lighthouse for
at the time he comes along, and
is. Sheriff asked fields. Then we can force the is the Blind the sum of $7.500 in
there he Kelly
sue. So came oa y'all. get together his will it was announced last
Ccmmisaioa
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put
and everybody win be also SatvattOB
week. He left the
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call me all that I am Interested ERNIE BUSKER' the Palm In area that are handled by the
Bonded Collectlcn Agency. It
in is a way to I let somebody Hallandale was telling me his
live a little bit longer plans for the Summer. Shows of was identwho Luther Interested Brooks Bonded Mr. Pftt pm-lathe
rather than have a bullet snuff the best kind. Ernie has the
work being done by the Negro
their Uya.PRETTY Jarville
out -2-Spof The Palms
Lighthouse and solicited his
the Palace in Miami and another ,
aid
GIRL .t The Week: club in Nassau. The acts and Q.
l Wluil do
Theresa Thompson Pretty band that Ernie will bring in yon
Bay of The Week: Mayor Charles will play his private circuit. Only Personal Mention

Hadley Policeman cf The one man could do this and thatis mean CLKAX.I ..
Week: Carroll Secretary Ernie Busker, the biggest promoter Visiting our city last week
of the Week Anne Campbell Florida ever had. were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd R, Sine CLKAN..CLKAXA. I I ?
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New Pocket TRANSITOR RADIO Sal. tressed with the entertainmentby
friends and the .oDderfu11ra- WE MEAN THAT THE s., ,0
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provements in Miami CRISPEST, BRIGHTEST GIN "0"
Powerful Dynamk Sptaktr-Maktt a Wtntftrful, Gift

With free battery, carrying case and Magnetic EarpheneCempleta Charles Wycbe. principal of the 'N TONIC UNDER THE SUN IS

ulna ., TVs and Radio/ *-At low erkee North Dade Junior High School MADE WITH CIEANTASTINGFUISCHMANN'S
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TRIUMPH CHURCH TEMPLE BAHrsT

flUM *1. MU"J, v*+HMbister Sunday School ...,., .......-. fctt
S.: Daiucia reporter Morning woship ........"... 1130
OtLMn.. w. i_heM ".......... swwb BTU 8:00
.etw.b.e4Y.Me .".............. e.w Evening wcrship.......-....-. TOO
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.ai Harty.w MORNING STAR BAPTIST

lit NW 23rd Street
Zion taupe M. baptist Rev. 1. Clayton pastor

dlia'THE Kev. Paul irmman, pastor Sister Sadie Ellis, reporter .
171u A.to. bvui J.. 4uu 11 ut Ate Sunday ScnoolMurmng ".............. ...
bcaowt tf.Jti service .....-.. USO
aunoay
BTU U.
11.10
Morning Service Evening service .... 730
BTU &UUevening

I TRINITY C. M. E. bervtce 7nra ST. JAMES A. M. E.
I (Tuesday night) I
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I 2U14 ".W. ftin CourtW. Rev. H. McNeal Harris pastor
I V. ovary, minister Mrs. Sadie F. Dean reporter
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 Church School ....,......--- 93 BETHANY BAPTIST Sunday School _ _- fctt
Morning worship .._... -- linn 3U78 N.W. UUl St. Morning Worship 11:00
tvctun worship ._- 1:<<' Rev. Rudy Keaun pastor A. C. E. League ........... ISO

BAPT1S1 Marjone Sneiby, reporterSurway Evening Worship 7.00
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST BROWNSVILLE The pastor of Trinity wishes 93UMurtung

2749 N.W. 49th Street to thank all members and friends Scauut .... liaw
Kev. C. J. Barney, pastor to make the worthy HOLY REDEEMER
liaucua Wuaoo, reporter Kcv. fc. U. Hicnaroaon, pastor who are helping to uTU eau .
church where everyone wants ............ 1W Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays)
SunoaI acnooi ".._...._.... 930woruup Annie halt, reporter that e."CW'A6 ."IIIk" ..
W.tU4J1& ..............i Ha. Sunday bcnool ,3Q attend. Old timers are saying Novena 730 (Wed. night)
t.hlW1 *vrsJUD .. .r....--.i law Morning worship .... ... 11 MM Trinity is breaking all previous TRINITY WESLEY Baptism by Appointment
Evening. worship ..........- 70 rcccrds for attendance and spiritual Information Class 8 pja. laSchool.
Let us keep la mind the state life. The people seem to Rev. Georie E. Johnson, pastor All are Invited
convention: in West Palm Beach Matthew Tempi AMEZ have a mind to work. last Sunday Mrs. Phyllis Andrews, reporter Everyone is welcome at Holy
tnis week and especially Saturday was a greet' day. Next Sunday Sunday Scnool ........ 90
ntlUn.beD our pastor 1628 N.W. ttn AYe. will be even greater. At the Morning Worship llsuO Overcoming of the Nazarn
win oeuver the 2 or 1 pm. ser Sunday Scnool M* 11 o'clock services the pastor tillspeak Young topic's Meeting' SW:
mon. Morning worsmp ........n.-.. .." 11:0, on "Singing Stones. The 12101 S.W. 219th St.
Let us continue in! prayer for livemnc worsmp .-... 7:00 choir No. 1 and Stewardess Board Mt. Pleasant Methodist Goulds. Fla.
cur sick: and bereaved. : o. 2 will have a Smorgasborddinner Lawrence Reddick pastor.
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER in the annex. At Lao pjn. 2170 Wasoington Street Sunday School .. ... 10:04
UAUA'l ASSEMBLY the Liberty Choir Union mil Ups IAN:** Morning worship 11:00
rt.W Sin Ave and Iflth Terr.r meet at the church. You are Invited. Sunday School ..._ 930 am Evangelistic Service I..
Miss Olive lexander, executive >none m .-U. To complete the day the Morning w..rsnip II aja FrtPrayer and Bible fcOO
director of James E.. Scott Community No. 2 steward board will crowna evening: service 731
Association, will lead the 1Jat .y .gamaunaay baby as Miss or Mr. Junior BETHLL: HAt-IIif
ducustion at the Oaha'i Center i ajn. at tUu aJ& Trinity of I960. All CMTs know GREATER BETHEL:: A.M.E.
137 ? W 11th ave, 7 pjn. Sunday what this season of the year Richmond Heights
Apru 10. Her subject will b* "The MT. HLKMUN A. M. E. means so try to come to Trinity ,I Rev S. A. Cousin pastor Rev L. R ROM Pastor
<.ne is cordially invited to partlIndwidual on either Palm Sunday or Easter Mrs. J nette Faisun reporter Jean E. Scott, reporter
and Society. Every Kev. zUmuvl Gay, pastor Sunday Scfiool ..-. 930 Sunday School 830
pated in this discussoa.: Sunday School 931 Sunday. Morning Worship .... ...... 11.1M) Morning service "......_.. 1100
Morning worship 11\1t Evening WorsmpEBENLZtK ...__ 1w BTU ...I......_....... .......... S30Cv
evening wotmnip ..... .._.. 7:00 Church of Transfiguration ntng service ...-....._ 7:00
MT. ZION BAPTIST rubticity Committee : MGIIIUUIS 1 .
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(Episcopal
Families who worship together Bluer things are still happen- 2571 N.W. iaxnd Terr. Hrv Aaron O tsu. p.wrtrnesUne REGISTER TODAY
iuy together and h a .v e a me at the bluest little church la Yen. Joan L Cuimcr 1. Hambnck* r.wrt.raun0ay

s.roner. more meaningful tie. town. priest in charge bcnootMurmng _._ 111.
1'un to worship at Ole ML Zion Correctionl Last week we madean Stanley Sweeting reporter service .. ...-. Hut Your Vote is Needed

liapust Church 301 NW 9lh: St. error saying the rally will I Service every Sunday tvening service .., -...... 7.w -- .. -
Ward terminate the third Sunday Instead Morning W or nip ----, 930 ..
April 10 when
Sunday .
en _____- .. L."J!I ...!It"'r' "'-.'
No.2 will celebrate Its annual: it Is the fourth Su.Dda11D Sunday Scnool ..........-. 1U3Q --"- ;;'''' _.7"- .. a'..k3 v.

uo To Church Day. ApriL
On this the eve of the Resurrection St. Mary's WJbf. Christian
of the Christ can you find Sunday 1s Palm Sunday, let'smake Get out of the rut! Come and see
to dot this one of the best Palm Rev. E. A. Cu liner, pastor
anything more fitting
1'. aH come to ML Zion and Invite Sundays of our church. Mrs. S. Dawkins. reporter
friends to come I IL Wilson and his Sunday School 938 HunterWHO
your I Rev M. congregation -
II I of ML Zion AYE Morning worship .. .---. 11:00 731 Bishop

Easter Sunrise Church of Hollywood, will have tvroinf: worship :

service with: us Sunday, April 9, Sunday School was opened by IS WELL
Service at 3 ,pm. Everyone is Invited. John Dullard. Classes took. their
i. ,Every member of the church is places with their teachers. A KNOWN AS
Easier Sunrise Senrlct will be asked to. contribute toward the quiz was given between No. 3 HUNTER
herd on the Sweetings Estate rally. Please visit! the sick and and No. 4 classes. PROF.
2148 NW 4h it. Ft. Lauderda shut-ins, For the past 33 years
en Easter Sunday, April n, at Morning worship was led by YIf
5.30: ajn Rev. H. J. Everett, ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH the pastor. He lectured for five you are sick and "
pjr.or: ol the ML Bethel Baptist minute
in trouble
I SIM NW 23rd Ave. worried or
( h-rch Aiii deliver the mau,.. E
Rev. F. L. Joojuoa, pastor verjncne. was showered with this U the place to
Special music by the DlliardI. the Both choirs furnished
SWrtL
Holy Y
Mrs. Sarah Pool
reporterSunday
Aa School! chorus under the dl-' ScnoolT 930. ajn. music with Mrs. S. Mc- come. Don't stay in thr [ .
jcc."n ol Mrs. Rhcda Snted. Ford at the No 2 ushers rut Push back the veil
Prayer service Wed. ........,. 730 organ.
aural soloist will be Rufus CUt horning worship ...,,..... 11:01 served. of the lack of under .
fia Jr. The public Is Invited to
: Evening worship ............. 1:00a.edal led I standing and bad luck
ilt:tnd. Breakfast served to alL Evening worship was by
Easter Sunrise Service the pastor. lie preached from St. that seem to hold you
Art IIU\.U UAfllSTu Sunday morning at 4 am. April Mark %2:24Let us Keep The In your track and advance '

.* u 11. twh',. y+ 'or I 17. Make this a must! Breakfast FeasL" I forward by the
,. I will folia Easter Sunday will be
Ju4 UuM. fepoft.tSua1.y Holy Octrtmunloa was admin help of God.
bcnuul ........_...,, IU celebrated all day u Victory Day. Istere Both choirs furnished .
) .,.&&.D, atiesce ............ .. 1100 We want as many visitors present, music with Miss Phyllis Ferguson Your home and everyday i .
lilt, .........._. ......,,,,, &30Garpai U possible. : at the organ. life be made .
"ut nip ..._.._ 7x11 out and can ) )'
Please come help us
The church u whole is pray happy. He will show
win the victory. We have a wonderfhl -
ing for our able' here and else .. "
MI. AAKUft BArTlST4iu how to bypass
program for you all day. where. you your _

N.W. 1Mb Avenue Regular service u usual plus Sunday being Palm Sunday ... enemies and get the
",'v. C. W. bcvtt, pastor midday service at 2 pjn4 big old will be looking forward to our things that God put in the world for you. Let the

Dva. Carl Golden clerk fashion dinner spread at 430. pjn. parade tf all is well The public is peace of God fill your soul mind and body then the

..... ..,,...... S30Morning welcome with
Sunday Scnool After evening service, all staging to Join In us- that Is in will be awaken and
power you :you will be
Worship ........... H:00 choirs 830
groups, p.m.
BTU ..........._.- 9.u0Evening After the parede. the Missionary in a higher state of mind and spirit.
Worship 7:00 Society is having a sale at
Prcr meeting Tuesday .-. S.-00 ST. LUKE BAPTIST the church hall. Please help la SUNDAY 10:30 A.M. TO 3 P.M.

Rev. P. W. Williams pastor this affair. Thank you. Prf Hunter's office Is open dally treys 10 a Jm. U 9 ,....
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Mrs. Bunesta Green, reporter
Sunday School ".rm --i-i, 930I Church of The Open Door fer readings and consultation. Cloood all day Wednesday. Pref.

402 N.W. 2nd Aft.ti.Uand.le. I Morning worship ........ --, 11:00 I, la licensed by the State and County as a Rea"".
Florida __ 530 I (Congregational)
BTU .
Rev. B njanun Franklin pastor Evening worship -.r.. 7:00 Rev. W. C. McDonald, pastor Located at 5417 Southwest 17th SL, Hollywood, Fla.
Rev. C. C. McCiary. reporterEvening A. E. McNeaL reporter
Service S pja Easter Sunrise Services begin One mile east of 7th Ave. or Highway 441, Old
... ..10 Sunday will be a historical day Pembroke Road 3 mile. of Hallendale.
Sunday School ,-.. r-r at 430 am. Easter morning at St. west Remember -
in the of church and
history our ,
Morning service 11 oct Luke. No. 1 and No. 2 choirs will the address, 5417 S.W. 17th SU, West Hollywood
a memorable day in the lives of
.... 7:00
Evening service sing. No. 1 and No. 2 ushers will Florida.
BTU fcOO be our children and their parents.
presenLThere
Thirteen children: who have been Blahop Hunter I. also. the pastor of Th. Spiritual Temple et

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST will also be an Easier given instructions by Mrs. Don Zion, Inc. same address. VUttors wekento ..
program at 3 pm. Easter after Mlchelsoa and our pastor will be every Sunday IsM
Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor noon sponsored by the Sunday received into the church and Tao swm.meta .
Phyllis Myers reports School. All children are asked to given their first sacrament of the
.
.. .. ... _
Sunday School ., ., .. ...-.-. MS be on time. Holy Communion. The divine t : < "' -a ""--
Morning Worship ......,.. 11 KM I worship will be in charge of the
B. T. U. ... 1:1. St John'a of fbe Naxarene children. Infants (will be baptisedand
Evening Wonhto ,:00 adults will also be received
1476 N.W. 58th Terrace into the church.
Sunday we had a visiting min Laurence Reddick, pastor
later Rev. Bell He -was there la Frank Bryant Associate The choir 1s preparing appropriate
behalf of our pastor who 1s very Sunday School 10:00 music for our Easter worship -
Jll. Rev. Bell rendered the *r- Morning worship -.,- 110 service. The minister will
vice both moraine and algal I Evangelistic service _____ 3:00 shift his series -Witnesses 10 P
am sure that everyone present His Resurrection.'*

enjoyed U very much. METROPOLITAN AME
Friends and visitors are always
No. 2
3:00 the
Sunday at
Next welcome to our 11 ajn. services
Rev. J J. Williams, pastor
20th anniversary.
choir Is giving its Sunday School ._ ______. 93:4 in the auditorium of the Seventh j
the recovery Morning worship .. 110 Day Adventist school NW 0th
We are praying for worship' t:00 sL and 25th ave. I
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ST. PAUL A. M. E. r rf ff 1 T r MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

Mr*. Lee Cray reporterRev.
M. S. Faso pastor Teen's Conference I SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 PAGE 11

Sunday Srboot P.10
Morning Worship 11:00
League ...... &00Cvcmof -- By WILBUR L COLIMAN Dade County
: WorsAip ...... .., 7:00
.
Brokers to Meet Pay $100 new-Balance. later
MAR lire MtMUKtAL AMt: 1 hope to see many of you Army Calls White
readers at The Teen's Youth Clinic REGISTER TODAYIESCORTED !
Richmond Heights sponsored by the James E. All brokers and salesmen whore
Rev. 1a. R. Brown pastor Scott Community: Association on A&M Applicant Interested in becoming members TOUR
Wilma Harm reporter the IS, 14 and 15 of April. of the National Association
Sunday acnvo _______ 30 This clinic la given for each of TALLAHASSEE: Alen Breit- c.f Real Estate Brokers and those TO
Morning worship ... 11309 you for the sole of Improving kr, the Miami Beach senior at who already are members are requested EUROPEJuly
ACL; League "*,..., ............ 430 the culture purpose of the Florida State University who to attend a meeting Fri-
youth.
sought admission to Florida A day, April 29 at Hotel Sir John at 15 to August 12
NEW HOrL P.B. CHURCH The association should be highly and M University has been called 1 pm. It U important that each
commended lot such an altalr. to two-year active duty with broker and salesman be a member 16 Cities 30 Days
Rev, H. C. Samuels, pastoy 1 lee that more people and the Army beginning July 25.Bmtler. of National before they can
Mr, tveiyn Granger reporter r Diatuons should take theme an ROTC cadet who be members of a local group. All Inclusive
Sunday bchool tJOMctfii.iii *- kind ol Interest In the will graduate in June will be fnd Annual ITA8 Tour
rvtce HAM youth. A better service couldnl ctE nss.ioned a second lieutenant Our membership In Tri-County
BTU 8JC also depends upon our member- ENGLAND HOLLAND
oe oonc. You
e.e-nlR worship ....._...,, TJrSALTER'S interest of elf ect can it never is to us.get It the Is He expressed the hope that hip In our local group. It aU e GERMANY ITALY
other white stunents will apply adds up that to be a functioning
ate a booster shot. To show e SWITZERLANDMONTE
you to A and M University "if they unit it Is Important to be mem-
gnat I mean her Is what
It will
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CHAPEL oe like are sincere abou t establishing ben of the National. The mem CARLO FRANCE
Rev H J. Benson pastor intellectual communication. bership fee of $U per Is
Hum fwifg. reporter The theme for clinic "Teens A physics major at FSU. payable to J. A. Summons local Total cost $995.00
Minday bcnuol .... :20Marmug **lan Their Democracy. On Breitler said he will try to enter secretary or Henry Williams lID
warship .,...._.... Mllvti nth U 13 there will be a paneloucusuon. I the Negro university In the fall of Broad SU Jacksonville National Call or Visit our Office For
ALL Lrague ............... fc30 April 14, we will have 1902 when his Army service la secretary of NAREB.A Colorful brochures and
LhU.D .orSDIP .-.,,.,.,, ..., 7:00 Beakers Mho are well expericncu completed.Dr. notice to attend the Tri- Complete Information
with youth AprU 15 there will Droward Culpepper a- County meeting. In West Palm
AN IIOCH BAPTIST oe a pay written by the. studeuta executive director of the board of Beach In May .-will be sent out by Make Your Reservations Now)
panning the events. The title ol cuuroi!, confirmed Breitler's application
Rev J. W. Stevenson Broker Preston L. Tillman, president Consult Mrs Mayme William
pastor
M* pay is "This is Your Life had been withdrawn. of Palm Beach County Bro-
M T Copeland reporter ** European Travel Advisor
Typical Teen-Ager. The board postponed action on
Sunday School ._.........? 1.31, o his application last week and wu ken and executive secretary ofrriCounty
Morning worship -.._.._. 11:00 Most schools in Dade have to take. U up at Its April meeting Real Estate Brokers CHARLES C. NORTH. Manager
BTU ISt I Association, Mrs. Ora D. T.lor.prftldf'Dt. 1104 N.W. 3rd Avt
oven represented sincerely. hope Breitler said to avoid being
Evening: worship 730 wet the auditorium at the. center called to duty he would have had Brokers, Tri-County Association.Real Estate Miami Florida
will be tilled to capacity each to resign his yfnmititftn and repay
MtW HOPE BAPTISTRev ni4tit with many adults and teen- his ROTC salary. Phone FR 9-6779

James E. Brown pastor qua I Register Today!
Bra Vandell Boran. reporter All teens please cornel 1 think Christian Calling
Cjsday; School ISO I you will get much farther. with
Conference For
Mcrmng Worship .,, 11:00 action lake this than with just '
Evening Worship ---........ 7:00 mere plans or word Teenagers Good I'
Until next week, just think U OPPORTUNITY AWAITS YOUSEE
NLW ULlHLL BAPTIST overt I .Friday
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1571 N.W Mth Terr THE SOUTH'S LEADING COLORED
A Christian Calling Conference
Rev Ernest William, pastor Betbe4 Apostolic T.mpUDoru for Teenagers will be bald PSYCHIC READER
J R. Brown reporter on Good Friday, AprU 15, 9 ajn.
Sunday School :20Mcrmng R. Aklns. Astor through 1 punv at the ML Zion
worship 1100 J. Lalluer, asaaiant Baptist Church, corner NW 9th
UTb fc20 Sia. T. W a uac reporter at and Jnl ave. Rer. William F.
evening worship r 1M U1U H.W. aux bawl Savoy, chairman of the YMCA fl sE
Sunday hcnool IficOOaiwrouxg Christian Emphasis Committee NU
ALLLN worship 11J44 and pastor of the Grace Preabyterian { NT
CHAPEL A. M. E. veoiAg worship Z30 Church announced today ,

Rev R. IL Johnson. pastorreporter
\.1'4 S.etuy. MI. dlMAi UAPflSlD. The conference Is sponsored by

a..no.y acnwut ........ ISO B the Carver Branch YMCA sad
M.aouag. Worsaip .,..._.,., 1UOO: reporter the Interdenominational. Ministerial
fnvouu
Her & A. pj lerbcnool
Act. Lr.gue .... .. fcUUW 9441worsnip Alliance.

t.renU4U4 rsnip "....r.... 1:00.1EW ounaa ilutnwg, ...... .... lia*,i' is:The purpose of the conference rat .-sLAO

uREA rUt BETHEL livening worship 730 1. Survey the field of the
Christian profession; such u the
Rev w. K. Smith pastor New Te-aUment 1'4&&nDe' ministry, director of religious eduoation -

Mrs R. Coo q. Clerk dunday School ..._...... IOW minister. of music, missions
At .10.04 Worship 11.-00 ........ llawa.vange the secretaryship of the
.
.. Muitung worship etc. of KiM-rlro guide sea. pnrfrTt hoe throu&
a.uUrfJ bChUOi .....r. 29 .. Christian Association My mars
.._ IUM
, I U MMMMMHMMM .110 144>utic W.W.bervice lit Coun 2. T0 better u&ianusd gluts Uf* a. a MfbliMMU* fukdtm tin ship in a .....
..m* Warship ".......... ,_ involved In being a minister
Lawrence KcOdick, pastorassociate a missionary, eta ,IIK.t... OTIIKIU; FAIL YOU) hKK WJ
11 PAUL A. M. E Mue4ia lteaact, J. To receive more light on the For Success in Business And Love
problem, "When does one know
Her M. J. Faysoa. pastor ST. JAMES BAPTIST that be has been called by God CONSULT HER -
.>>Ln bL. and 4th Coun 223 N.W. lit* Street for a Special Service. made
uaay bcaool ......._ 9:31 4. To challenge choice boys and You cam now hay. your home) happy
Rev. J. &. JoJxaaoa
Nay U.ng worship .,.......... 11Ot School* ...,._pastorSunday .. ..so girls to invest tcmselvea In Get and Hold the position you so long wanted
'\. to 'A'ue .. .._...._ ast aiurtuoi WursJup.r.......... llUU ChraUan Callings. Don't Stay in the rut, get out now
nun* worship .,. ._.,.i 70 B. T. U. UU Interested boys and ,uSa should t By the help of God she can help you
130 enroll through their' church or
rHI: INCARNATION CveouvcVtsiiora WoraAip are always welcome: the YMCA Remove evil influence if you are sick, worried or In

(Episcopal) trouble
IMS N.W. Mth SU .w pay JOG to call and m10 Ibis (llflrO. Mftlluni Etr.tMier.

rather E. S. Clarke Jr, View I 11w8.--J. tome ,rarljr for help cal ....k.. JOO UW u.a
nuicn School and Adult
be cb l by Ihio strange ni)Marimu | mec
1 1 t *
B4>.e Class ._..._._._. tan
Solemn Sung Mass x 10:45 WHY GO THROUGH LIFE UNHAPPY

EYC: Meeting-.n-i.ii- .*,3flLvensong :..s0 .. II1IMr '"l.M1 AM. aeeN e.M'd Tt,* .. -. Uod who delhrred >l.M.. anti the ehlklrro of Iroi

of old !. otill alive today and will oprn a way for JU8 through

r tbe tttwbled eras of life. l*< MH him that a.. bUnd lead lea or
MT. ZION A. M. E. lea atombU with bim.Dv .
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Und Ave, Corner 152nd St. yoa daub tb. esUtoox of tbln btooraaa.e tar cannot OMIt
Opa Locks tbwt1t'bat

Rev C J. Jenkins. pastor do JOG think of tbe ln,t lbl* ..**<. MM| ....uwk ib.t
Sunday School tSO
btwning' Worship 110 make Wire... T ...I.awIW. It..Uo anal 1ek.1..1... ,__able!

w.cu. &C9 ... ....,.... U .|........ I.... roateal.d, ....rrt. .11..t la tbTIIKIIK .
Evening Worship .. ........ ":GO arm: c AIKUTSM2NW r.o... m Adufk earth or womb of Xtart Ill' AN "C. "''KK.

01 i"1s 1I
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN atda A. POWER"

Therefore acquaint yourself -
Rev William F. Savoy Pastor14th
Avt and 69th Street with the one who U an I

Sunday School ...........- ISO authority. Whose private \
Morning Service 11:00 consultation will evolve you

Westminster FellowshipWALKER 1:00 to a higher state of mind. s"


TEMPLE All Information is

(Church of Cod In Christ) Strictly Confidential 4
nat N.W 69th Terr.

!Minister Mclntyrc, reporter Office lloeroBeadayi U a.m.-11 ...-. ,, i
Cider J. J. Jams, pastor
Sunday School 10:00 10 a.m. to 1 p---

Ngcn Service ..._......-. 12:00 I Don't Write Call In Person .
VPWW ISO -
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Evening ServiceCORINTH' 1:00 DAILY ItKADI.VO ".00 UP

BAPTIST 20 YEARS EXPERIENCE

Rev W T Thomas pastor
1450 N.W 59th Street MADAM HUNTER
os Id
Phone OX I."" Ism ... ltla A Y Vl.Ina4cnroama n..a os tars
ueday School **. 1657 N.W. 73rd SL Miami
.... ,
.... uI aal-l.err a o d .
a+N -
ll&CCveaong
MrrniBf worship ores es1......1....0--
worship 1SOaDd
successful pastor I I II
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA rites. ef Mr.. and Mrs. Warren Robin- INCARNATION
,
Jackson Hospital on
died In
ion
Pahn Sunday and Holy
Special
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960CADs tin. Mary Williams of 1410 April 2. Chapel services were Week services at the Incarnation:
NW t8th ten. died at her home conducted on April 6, burial Mron <41 funeral services wereconuucted held in Lincoln Cemetery. PALM SUNDAY

April 5 at 330 p-in. in Church School _..... ....... WO
MEMORIALSCARD the dispel; rtev. Polite ofuciated. Blessing end distribution of
: erne is survived by a skier, Mrs.ayivia Palms, Solemn Sung Mass, Ser
Pecpes with /whom she mon and Procession... 1030
-- uveo; several nieces and nephew i. Outdoor procession 5:00 p.m.
urll1 was in Lincoln. Evensong and organ concert 6pm
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn A
featuring Thomas A. Thornle
Mrs Florence Laughlin. who P Y
family of the late kving memory of our dear was a vicum of an automobile tll HOLY MONDAY

MRS rLOrUDA HEPBURNEef mther.JdRS.: .-: *dent MATCH 26, was funeral- .\> Low Mass .-, 2.,... 630 pjn.
Jackson viiie. wish to express) ELIZA PERRY zea April' 2, 1 pm. at New Hope.MPUU Corporate Communion for St.
hrileu tnanks to Kelly's Chapel who died April 8. 1958. May she Church, Kev. W. M. Ma- Paul's Guild Saints AnnMar
sad u my many friends and rest in peace. Ion, pastor tf New Mt. Zion Bap- Caret Chapter, and St. Elizabeth's
Mtgabers for tAe many deeds of Moses L. Perry and Family ut cnurch, Hialeah, deliveredthe Chatter
kiat.ass during my hours of ejjogy. Mrs. Laughlin resided Evensong and Mediation 8 pjn.

Knew.Mary. 41 lowl rtW 17th ct, Opa Locks Layreaders: Thomas P. Johnsonand
Johnson sister IN MEMORIAMIn with her husband Charlie and Jchn Anderson; Meditation.:
.nree children. Other survivors "The Loneliness of the Cross,**

memory of our husband and are her father, seven sitters, 10 the Vicar
CAuD OF THANKSThe father, who departed this life aunts and nine uncles. Interment
.Vpril 10, 1953. in Evergreen. Holy. Tuesday Low Mass 830
family of the late, am.; Corporate Communion for
St Peter Sacred Heart and
U&bblh: HOLLE Odell McCrajr of 2686 NW 49th Guild
.. pu away March 19, 1980 I L, aDOt.baYicUm of the auto St Theresa Chapters; Evenscngand
.__ *** ....Q to rest March 29 in mobile accident March 26, was Meditation 8 pjn; Layreaders -
-.? Ie ..avn Fia. wishes to sent to Finl e1. SC, where fun 1 Ys : Arthur Blatch and H. Melton
....k .a, many friends and eral services and burial were r White; Meditation. The Sacred
*... ...ee.a far their kindness; C' conducted.' His survivors includehis I I Thirst" the Vicar::
.... and flowers dur- '
egfcms -
widen four five daughters
sons I
:Holy Wednesday: Low Mass 830
'. our aunts of bereavement 1- mother;; three sisters and a Mrs. Mamie White, of 1208 am.; Corporate Communion for
.ar. LrfKiwe Jonnson Dght killedin
brother. NW 62nd Lane who was
Alan and Donald the Guild cf Our Lady, St Ce
t 4 ar t auKvnobtle& accident March
an I celia and St. Michael Choirs and
Jenen. grandsons Funeral for bin Maggie Freeman 26 wa buried April) 2 from Net the- EYC Benediction ofh

of 1770 NW 75th at.. were Hope Baptist Church Rev. J. E. Blessed Sacrament and prepara-
conducted March 26 at 3 in Brcun. 1-01'
pin
tion of the
Holy Communion, 8
,..,1. J OF THANKS 4 S the chapel Rev R. L. Brown )(-
.. ficiated. She is survived by her pjn.Maunday
.. .
... Thursday: Solemn
of the late ". husband a sister and other relative
Toe family Mass and
MEMORIAMIn Sung Stripping! of the
.*.t**. 0. FISHERMAN HART *. Burial! in Evergreen IN liar 6 am.
*._ aW 28ih at. West HollyMI 7.t..t. Y I MA Note: The Holy Sacrament win
.. who departed this life A memory of the late
t \ \ Francis remain on the Altar of repose
*.<,& i9, wtehes to express their #" fter Mass until 7 for
p.m. pray
their ( Funeral services for Mrs. Mary
avtre tasnks to many
er and meditation
...*m sad neighbors for their ., "" .. Burrows were held Meditation 8 ; Evensong and
with The H. E.
pjn. Rev
4..e es of sympathy. : flowers, "-"""It'J" Temple Baptist Church>> S. Reeves. .
.... IMII.OAI and assistance ren- 1* A. Thompbon officiating. Mrs.Burrow a I
... itu during their hour of be- ..jt.I. '.. died in New Yortt City Good Friday: Mass of the Pre-
.vomciil.. Special thanks toM Margin 27 She is survived by a .. Sanctified, 630 ajn4 Traditional

r.i's Funeral Home of Fort REV. CLEVELAND WOODSIDE son Irvin Thompson, two sisters, Y Three Hour Meditation on theSeven
lA. eNa.e. and0 Rev. I. S.Ctt Gone but not forgotten.We Mrs. Rosa Taylor, and Mrs. Last Words of Christ 12
and members of Gethsa- Agnes Raker. Interment sass held noon 3 pm.
shall meet him when eternal -
C.ark and members of Gethseveryene ages roll. &in Lincoln Cemetery. Holy Saturday: Lighting of the

f.r everything. Mrs. Eliza Woodside wife 11.1 not fire blessing of the Font
Funeral service toe John
And Children end Holy Baptism 6 pjn.
CAW OF THANKSThe Logan were held Tuesday, April NOTE: It is a must that all
}' at Mt. Olivet Baptist
chapter and guild members attend -
with Rev I. C. Mickins 01uI'ch.1 services all day their
family of the late IN MEMORIAMIn on corporate
ing, Mr. Logan is survived by a communion day.
PAULINE BENTON
devoted wife Elizabeth, three'ihtWeen
W2M d.partrd this life March 28, loving memory of our dear several grandchildren. ,
..4, wuh s to thank each and mother, I Interment was held in Evergreen
'*.JOIN for cards and floral !Cemetery. Sales Person Wantedto
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.. .a and other tokens of symay -
,e-; .a>wn them during their sell Honey Moon Stilts
Funeral for I ram tto t Lanler of
-.zu..N..t. Special thanks to U 6 NW 8th st, died March 30, $25.75 cost
... stabs ul Range Funeral Home.Ma at Kendall Hospital will be held I Guaranteed to add to

ai> Gad. blew each and everyva 2 pm. Thursday, April 7, In the Marital Bliss
you.Carrie chapel of the Francis FwwralBane Writ.
tOICreatively
and
Murray Family with the Rev Edward T. WILLIE GOLDSMITHwho
j Graham officiating.' He is survived YoursP.
by a sister,. Mrs, Minnie Johnson died April 2. 1958. and was
4.4 MEMORIAMIn a luster daughter, Miss Be** laid to rest April 8, itf6& Gone, O. Boa 1653 .
s trice Sippta. Interment will be but nvt fergettea. Miami Flsu
had but loving memory of held at Paradise Memorial Gar. MIL ROM Bets GokUntth, Phone NE 52205REDUCING
sat ..rife, mother and sister o dens of Richmond Heights wife
COA I.VEZ> MCCARTNtY And Family

\, dad April 5, 1939.a.i. I
.> Ilk irtt In peace Range .

The Family a Mrs. Sarah Riley of 5700 NW .
R Clt
Sty ave. died at 2412 NW 50th
MEMORIAM! ct. en March 31. She is survivedby
!
her husband. Henry, a young WOMEN SEW
In memory of child a sister. Miss\ Annie Ruth
MRS. ANNA NORTHRUP Williams. Chapel services mill be Beginners Special

ho parted this life one year fit conducted on April 9 at 1 pxn. Easy ready-cut wraparound One more week
Apr.. 4. 199. Burial will be held at Evergreen
u'RC niece. Memorial Cemetery. aprons home. Earn REGISTER NOW!

... wu' Milten..
.
Now Rochelle! N. Y. MRS DIANA CASH Mrs. Tarry of 2376 NW $26.16 dozen spare time. Call! Mrs. Evelyn Tynes

.%nd fritrwk of MiamiMEMORIAM who passed away April 2, 1948. 74th tern was pronounced deadon NA 1.0470 OX 1.9710
Friends may think we have forgotten arrival at Jackson Memorial Write Accurate Mfgr's or
Hospital on April 1. She is survived EASY METHOD SCHOOLOF
: When at times they see us smile by her husband. James, 5
But little know the heartachesOur children, her pM'Cnts'wO sisters Freeport, New York CHARM & REDUCING
v.n memory of my dearn' smile hide all the- while.. nine brothers. She was sent Friday
mother, We miss your loving smile morning to Brunswick, Ga. -
and care for final rid.Abraham .
But God has soothed our aching
r hearts Lewis of 2281 NW

t? And driven away our cares. 7Ut it, died at his residence on Outfits
We know that you are at rest April 4. Survivors include hu Easter
'n that heavenly home above widow Mrs. Maud Lewis, six
Asleep in Jesus Oh! how sweet. daughters Misses Freddie and
The Family Keturah Lams, Mesdames Eunice
For Women Children/ t MenDRESSES
) Hankinson. Phadia Grimsley, ,
Maude Wilson and Ruth Woods;

two sons.. Abraham. Jr, and
i+11ut Isaac Woods. Funeral will be
DEATHSHouse conducted April 12 at Bethany

Seventh Day Adventist Church,
NW 50th st. and 25th eve. Rev.

of Albert Rock Cemetery will officiate. Burial yt Lincoln Thousands of beautiful new dresses, values to $35

Alonzo Williams 157S NE 154th and
It. North Miami Beach, died in Mrs. Cora Lee Samuels of Only $1.00 up

Jackson Hospital March 17. He 1475 NW 5th place, was pronounced -
i. was funeralized in the chapel at dead- on arrival at Jack- t
be.ROSA 2 pjn. March 23. Rev. W. E. Tay son Hospital on April 4. She is UNIFORMS.(
lor, caster of Gibbs AME Church survived by her father, John .
conducted the services. He is Rocs, a sister Mrs. Jessie B. Hill
survived.by a sister, Mrs. Bowie two brothers. Nathaniel Ross and .
Baker and an aunt. Burial in Early Maynor, three aunts Mrs. -1.00: $2.00 '& $3.00Values
Lincoln. Betty Ross, Mrs. Bessie Miles and ,
LEE NICHOLSONwho Mrs. Annie..Smith. Local services I- to $12
departed from this life April Valerie Renay Henderson were conducted at Friendship"
10, 1957. daughter. of Mr. and Mrs. Ster- Baptist Church on Thursday Big assortment of mens, boys and girls clothing
Gone, but not forgotten. ing Henderson, 10060 SW 170th Final rites and burial will be (SPECIAL CONSIDERATION TO DEALERS)
I Terr. Perrine. died the home conducted on Sunday Thomasville. -
in and take your at
Slew peace
I reet. We on love you but God loves ')t her grandparents, Mr. and G*. Apparel I QUtlet f'27 NAV' 2nd Street, FR 7'2943
Mm. George Murray of 446 NW Take Elevator to 2nd Floor
you best.Mr.. J. M. Nicholson llth su, on March 24. She war I Edward Gene Robinson of 1501

-. And Children tfnt tft pfrcfiTnfuyi. Iff. .fw Anal NW fith sU tilt 3 moattx old too .. -. -- -- -





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SATURDAY APRIL 9 1960
MIAMI TIMES_
MIAMI. FLORIDA PACE 13



The 1st Section Is Going Fast In .




HAMPTON COLLIER ACRES




t Collier County


S GET YJUR CHOICE SELECTION TODAY .



$1 n Down win Buy YOU 2' Acres

$395
12 ft. a\('r\-c c' val'onEqual
18 city lot
330 feet x 330 feet TOTAL PRICE


I I JOSEPH READ WHAT HAS TO MARY SAY Ask Your Friend Who Bought In Hamptonc I


e At $395 An Acre Now Worth Up To


$C, 0i> An Acre Your Last Chance To Own

I-

Your Own Land At These Low Prices !


i

W. believe that ALL in-
,
1 want t* take Oils pp.rtMnlt *
vectors In Collier Couityacreage
> ta cammand yau for y ur Mil
I .Ing tone 10 dlffarant trecta afa Read What MUST ultimately '
n a paid acre)'.each.. an.In average Hampton,rice Acras.I af. Dale S. Renault realise profit However,
OI140 aach. I am happy ta aay Real Estate Editor of the the FIRST areas to be developed
that. thaaa acre* art worth today Miami Beach Sun .. and consequentlyBY
.
.000 aach."READ FAR THE MOST VAL-
UABLE. will be HI Gil
WHAT JENNIE That .. YI! GROUND, located on
PEARL MONROE HAS TO patwnitlra. ... RANGE LINES!! Main arteries

wh.r.Center"C'. lines, usually therefore follow adjare'ttproperty range
Coast af Is the most likelyto
SAY"t It ...... IS SOLD become PREMIUM BUS-
the land NESS PROPERTY.
ty la nat '
valapmenL WILL When this particular 0(.
long-rang. ferifif is sold we never
.Hy just gain will be able to offer :
L area a.,. such high value at these low N
age. ,,,, ,
t ba prices and on these attrac
u P r .In fact.YOUR. live terms. Yes, NOW is
a
the time.

.. ..

HIGHER ELEVATION THAN MOST I
I did ,urchaaa tr+m ya<* I acne
In Hamptan Acre, and I paid FOR GREATER MIAMI I These tracts have
far these acre an average prlcaaf
im.OO each I am nappy ta LOW MEAN ELEVATION OF IV ABOVE
aay today that boner tnaaa than acne$..500 are aach.worth I LEVEL higher than the average I
dant think I will. all u..l.. I
let better than ".000 .."'". BUILDING"m areas of Miami.

This golden day for land is in Collier County just on the
Dade County line-when will be primarily home development.The .
factors that made early rich are now operating to create
wealth for today's investors in soils in this area of Collier
County are fine sandy marl to the soil survey of the U.S. Depart.
ment of Agriculture. The also contains much timber suitable for
pulp wood. .



-COLLIER ACRES *
DEVELOPERS OF ''' 14th Street
Florida
HAMPTON PARK ia my reservation deposit. Please
WASHINGTON PARK f+% details Including BU.p*. bro a ift
plats, etc. U
HAMPTON ACRES1.gS N. | <

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Miami, Fla. 41)-
"IN TilE BARBER COLLEGE ...__........_.............._.. ........._..........

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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA JESCA's Youth Beauty Students greatly Mrs. Wills under Mse Ceasor.the direction AU art of

PACE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 Visit Largay Nursing graduated as hair stylist. Twe.
Clinic OpensWednesday men Ire added to the class: Robert
Home English and Donna Peters.

.. .: The students of Ceasorti University Hoping much success to those
: : :711 r W:0ti:: ; added to their book of students who are working and
: On Wednesday, Thursday and well.
: knowledge a visit to the Largiy doing tremendously Asking
If Friday. April 13, 14. and 13. Inc all first graduates to get in touchwith
Nursing Home There they
all roads lead
for will
teenagers This is
cut and set Caucasian hnlr. Many the < to the James E. Scott Homes graduation of the next class.
.. .. .. ...... Auditorium for the fifth annual new avenues are open to the
:":.:'.:'.:.. : .:.:...:..:.-..!....."A.....: /1 teen youth clinic presented by cosmetologist who wish to. put
t.M'
:
forth an effort Our instructor
::
the James E.
ScoCommunity
:. :\ 5 : Mrs. Willie Use Ceasor, was
r : Association
J. B. SMITH
guest artist at the William
de.! iIl. ... .. .. .J 1 Show in Ca. Peters
:;:. \\ ,: : :: : The purpose of the clinic Is to Augusta ELECTRICSERVICE

*:}:': '.. W"-....................:.:.:.:..:..:.f..!:::;:...:.:.:.;::::::::.:...:.:...:..i.:.::.::.5.;.:..i.}..:..}....:Ii::: : :::1: give to hear the teenagers outstanding an speakers opportunity on burg.Starkey Fla.was' the Mrs.guest WHhelmlna consultant

f i:::" :. .. ::.. :'::: :;:;::\::.: : ::2i: :: : t:: t::: : :: .:, subjects ticipating of in interest this year's to them.clinic Par-are had at the a Mays very High Interesting School .topic She Electrical Contractor

student representatives from all Thanks to 'Msyor" nadI.,. Dr.
By A. W. COOKE of our local junior and senior high Yaeger. Mr. Taylor sad others HOUSEWIRINC
schools. who are helping us In our field
"Don't
Call us"
Sometimes It Is not possible for freedom that we must have realty According to the student representatives by coming In giving inspiration. cuss -
us to express ourselves or our to be Americans.ON this promises to be Students are planning to visit the PHONE OX 1-3625
feeling by merely l using words. the best clinic presented. work shop in West Palm Beach
We must then either use some BOOKS AND READING sometime in May. Mrs. Delores Night or Day
other means or And acme other First Night panel discussion, Edwards Mrs. Wllhelmlne Fer- .
way. You should have books on Negro discussing problems of youth to gueson and Mrs., Verslt Hall are
When I find myself In this position history in your home so that day Psrtkl .Ung! on the panel all operators of Ceasors House of
sometimes I sing I dance, even If you do( not read them are Annie Permenter.. Dorsey Jr. Beauty visited the school recently -
and sometimes I cry within. AtCresent yourselves, your children may Hlrh; Sandra Ana Fox, Browns -firing the students hints la
I find it mere practical to I read and knox their history that ville Jr. High; Jackie Williams hair styling. They received their Drive Carefully!
let else In his words they may be proud of themselves BTW; Wilbur Coleman Holy
someone say
the thing or feeling which I.. proud of the Negro and Redeemer; Itegins JoIUvette
though aware of cannot put Into his potential, his ablUty and hiscapacity Ncrthrarestern Sr. High; and Ellen
First Available
words. given him to do and receive Bethel G. W. Carver. and Second Mortgages
'I the blessings promised himin
The Coming of Age by Gtt ld Matthews 5:3-11: Second Night Highlightingthe To Property OwnersWould
Frank I three day session of the clink
ON HELPING THE RACE will be the Assistant State Attorney -
For all of us there comes I Aram P. GoahfiMan, who you like to have all your bills combined into
me nent unlike any moment be- Let us revolve to do as best we will also discuss problems of one small payment, and still hare some money left?
fore. Then suddenly! something' it rio the work that in frontof
is put youth and what is being done to
that wt not. And all of us, all! us. eo matter what it Is, and I correct them in the State Attorney's If $1,500 or $10.000 will help you at a time like
Mving! thnr! know It by means cultivate the capacity to get a office. this, let me get it for you
beyend niiinlng the moment kick out of dating it; to honor Today is not a day too soon to phone if you wantto
(when. In some special way a new perfection' sad to try to move" toward Third Night This Is Tour
for loan.
world rr+ens For some, it Is it but net to chase it foolishly Life Typical Teenager portrayed apply a
th rnmsent of minhocd. to be with Jest hope or faith ant by .Delores Newsom aDd
accepted' with princely! grace step right there. Lorry Moon At each night mu- H. DAVIS
And others enter a new estate a sic win be furnished by oar
world wondrous as themselves schools.! MORTGAGE BROKER

yet love as itself.unknown as challenging as Why be Out of Style? The all public three b ae invited foaa. to attend Phone FR 9-8531 Eves. NE 3-6754


Sometimes to ewne of age Is a Let us convert your doublt-
thin' ? of Instinct It meansawareness breast suit to a single breasted
of strange others of narrow lapel It I11).
NEED MONEY FOR
nameless terrors suddenly Your Smiling Tailors, 917 NW RtJPTUREEASERHARLEM
here, wddenlv there cr to 3rd Ave.. Reuben Hepburn Prop
learn how wide the world how Indf sat ar sa sP.as w...a.wwar EASTER?
tiny oneself how rate .we are, together
And It I'( to stand ......f'dwnrd'4" If
start selling AVON COSMETICS
you now you'llhave
**. humb' before prod olpne's
kln-hlp to Creation They NEED CASH 1 time to earn the money you need to outfit your
come of are ton who knowing :
lit: family for Easter
only Innxmee.' meet In a sa mnt of mutual tni't Who $25 to $600 40% COMMISSIONCALL
dare U..Y and with Intoxicating .. :
trltrm, 'h break through to ALL PL8-3653 .. .. ....
a: //'Im'd' of Infinite power :v.at = MRS. HARRIS FR 1-6403
Snmer'me; there's a fellow's own
rnTent of trial He know even IDEAL LOAN CORP. ==--: ..::.. A4

If others fill t*> nee And of are can be a sweet waiting DRUG CO. -- ----
a fulfil'ment! born of desire a,,- 1400 N.W. Srrf Av*. Miami Fla.Iv ---
dent as the race, touched by MIAMI'S MOST DESIRABLE APARTMENTS
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mystery beyond all understand
ing. Completely furnished, adequate parking area,

l37.Taken) from "Coronet" April CHECK THE JOI .. s/ CHECK THE MAN... Beautifully landscaped, large spacious rooms

All Ground Floor Buildings
ON LEARNING THEY GO TOGETHER!
Corner Apt. $22.50 wk. Inside Apts. $20 wk.
I always thought that to be
educated meant that a person had ELECT 2 Children Allowed
found out about himself. I believe -
that the appropriate study FLORAL PARK APARTMENTS
of this reneratton Is man. But
when WE nuryue this so called 2474 N.W. 58th Street NE 5-7408, PL 7-815

educatkn We're left U> find out Apr 9

Its ahout ourselves a. best we can. I ......--- ........ ._,_.,.t...-..-_MiL -.
not In the' oHer. routine. or
pron.'n't of thlnrt W fa are a
crndlt'rmed rather thin enlight
ened. The en1rhment .Is left for MUST SELL NOW!
us to
fet somehow as we can.' AGRICULTUREFARMER
It cost a lot to achieve' enlighten commissioner of Day Nursery, Kindergarten. Property and business
ment by erpreience. And our completely furnished and all equipment. Low down
.
"whole! world BUSINESSMAN LEGISLATOR
can testify to this
f ct. Yet. I don't know If there ... .... .... payment to get started. Good chance to make money
Is a short!' nit I don't know tf LI -a here. Call at once to see this deal. Large duplex.
culture ftnild do It. since In our ONLY $10,500
pursuit, ff eHue tlnn Negro Hlstorv -
or N" -Culture! 1 t. seldnrn HARRY DENNYTU
encountered We are either tenIthre I VOTE FOR .
about our background or 7-1536
athame ef It I f a study of our
heritage and culture were some 1 "Watty"Jefferson ACTION REALTYPROFESSOR
how a cart of our education there
might be some hope.

This ed'teatfonal svsjem TIM let
Cod and the Negro race down and _
has not given to us, the sens of HOMES

FORConstable ';11 ... .1.1

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GIVE 1..r.:

advice save many dollars and

1 District; 2
untold worries. Why go through life

Diligently work for the constant protection of unhappy Bring this ad I'll show

1 1t businesses and homes in District 2. t
the to A natural
you way success
B Constantly strive for an effective program to curb

juvenile delinquency. born true medium.

GANGERSfiCEJY 0 Will appoint a full-time Negro Deputy recom

t mended by a citizens committee. Take bus 14 to door, look for hand sign
Make all evictions strictly according to the law.
Pd. PoL Adv. 2118 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. OX 13012MIAMI

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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY, APRIL 9, 1960 PAGE IS

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Parents the O. W. Carver T* 1
HolT Redeemer one in langu Fabulous Nile of Stars 1 is certain that your child win

Honor students at and demon t h t The Lillie C. Evans Elementary benefit from his experienca at BARGAIN IN
deemer were recently ovesbead School's faculty Invites you and Day Camp.
a trip to the Parrot pro- yours to attend on Wednesday, Trained Christian ladles and LADIESSHOES
reward for their April 13. at S o'clock the extracrdinary .1 gentlemen will serve as leaden
rtrork. Scholastic Nltht of Stan "Nlte of Stars." under the supervision of Mrs. Ina
moral excellence are H. Featured on John Calloway, versatile entertainer Blackshear and Franklin "Unela"
Holy Redeemer and the Clyde KU. will serve as M. C. for Rosa. Working and playing lathe
encouraged to strive with Bobby this extravaganza. C. Major and out-of-docr gives campers CANCELLATIONSAND
Cultural and social ; Hot Pop. his Swinging Quintet will furnlfh an opportunity to learn new
ments are given to ; Fish Ray (a music throughout ht evening ,skills! make new friends, and appreciate SECONDS
show sincere effort In and his group along with Charles Rogers the awareness of Cod
meat' of their Ideals. : was superb as torrid piano player. and His way for the world.
At a recent' to Mrs., Special guest artists: Sam Am- 561 N.W. 29th St.
boys from South r, chairman of betas and his talented group,
Redeemer students C. tAttles and currently appearing on Miami
Serra Ahrard for for spearhead- Beach. For The Highest in
vice. Rufus Hughes Jr here at Dun. That most famous LUUe C.
bert Doyle received Evans chorus be along COSMETICS r"
and proud: can seen
recognition for their with a wide with many, many other star at ".. TOOTHACHE :::
assistance at church of show busi tractions ...reivile
Many thanks: Circle this date on your calendar Miami Times NewspaperCall ,.. '" twi iiw M
At a recent fleeting who took for an evnlng! of pleasure 1........ sw ........awORA4ELa
officials it was this benefit. Wednesday April 15 Tickets YUkon 3-56S1
clearly the school may be purchased at the door. "A.11tlI>ri" E= -:
public. As a private of Mrs, R. The k'hoolls located at 1899 NW -
reserves the right to class is as- 73th stLet's
dismiss anyone it Mrs. Lore, -
The highest goals phrases during Go Camping I T1
be maintained We are hap.
not meeting the review ow TogetherBy Would you like to earn $1,000 more this J..r7
be asked to leave. Be each day.
that religion is MRS. LUCILLE WHCATLKY Become Nightingale Graduate
against anyone. & of District a
culating opinion of Colored i Yes, let us go camping together
fairness and charity will be at the G. W. Carver Branch YM EARN JOB PRESTIGE EARN MORE MONEY
used hi dealing with ') School Day Camp. This year will be one EARN JOB SECURITY FREE LIFE TIME
diamlsaaL It Is to the tratioD will be- of the beat camp girls and boys EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
this Institution that : local program 9 have enjoyed at the Y).{.
a
educator in a public .... 9.30: ajn, rm sure that you campers and
congratulated Holy session parents alike are anxiously NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE
Memorial' Ser awaiting the summer fun. So here
Its excellent"
al education. Snte-U He << item' on the goes the real "poop" 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 31675mwrs
This there will be fire
fits business iear.
to the community .
ed out that of officers two week sessions which are .-.,, :Y.;:':) fooot....
r ap cted dtt.ftI.end many yesrs. Leon Kel- June 13-14, June 27 July S.
children, there I Nelson Adams, June 13-24 June 27 July 8, I "- .
even
the Dunbar August 8-19 Registrations really
are not of the I
pile In fast so In order to beat
every effort
realize
and seek the CUT-RATE STOREThe
a success. the rush register now for u
a rellfJous and '
seMtions as care to attend I
many you
It Is a truth that Holy will assist with The fee is $10 for members Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

could could secure double' Its We rave are in looking many per' session per and session.$11 for Families nonmembers 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376

Students from Holy << you and you- sending more than one child may The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
will participate In 9. have 10 discount
a percent ,
Scott Community Bata, reporter At this. point! I'm lUre_ that Easter Baskets15c to $' 39
Teen Youth CU yew eager minds are ready to Dressing ._ "I MlPertula C..h"- "."41""
group from the school hear .hat program has to offer Hair ten.. .... as
vide the music for the Tea you. This. Day Campers will b1 Madam Walker sftsOintment TeRk a e! 11!
rat this gathering. a treat, for all Each day, y o u .....-.. .. ..10I H 1*
Than from the 'th ) Aid Board of may participate In devotions nature ..".,. Seryaonent Swamp Peat .
side over the clink !: Church cor- study crafts archery, singIng Hair' 0......". M Father John .71 *.n
-W later be a panel Avenue'o" to attend Its ,. dramatics, active games, LO"I..14 Hair Cardwl I **
Sunday Tea.I tennis and a hot lunch. Special 0..1". ,..._...... 1-00 Syrwa e i Biach DrewfM ...
DUNBAR 1 : ) to 6 pjn In the I arrangements" will be made for a OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY- AUt. T .* M
245 NW 8th St. erok-out, swimming and field
The' final session of ",.all. I tripa. I JOHN A MeMIHN O-"-
ing Workshopwas ."*', IIIPPIftr'l nt.' For the benefit of those who art
March 28 Mrs Troy pastor. > interested |In swimming only,
.
consultant remlruced I II r'!**"** or* being arranged at a ---- ;
rreviout' meeting ---I fee of $200 per week which In- Hall" of Writ;
Weed Perentton chides two swimming lessons and liberty City
ally f-r trades J-'. ft Pays! two round trite to and from pool.
Mrs If T-ov Mrs A 6300 N.W. 15th AvenueBe
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Aam Howard, Mi M-MIHan E ENROLL NOW IN The Life of Any Party

'h'. -rk-hop Learn to be a Professional MuaMan
SCHOOL
"* Wh-at'ey and BEAUTY I LET US TEACH YOU TO PLAY GUITAR
ers 'Y.'he the
man when I say a life Long Profession ELECTRIC STEEL CUlT AR. DRUMS BASS
has ended' but the SAXOPHONE, PIANOIf
er on. f Oldest Reliable and Complete School <
Con-ratulatlons to I ,." can read this. ad wt can teach you to read music
champs Veronica 2nd Avenue FR 49998DONT
Harvard Thrmas f Give your child this opportunity to success
Thorn, Marcia Cube Private Lessons
Cordon. .
A very timely WE CARRY A FULL LINE OF

planned tant.>> Mrs by A our Jones MISS THE FAMOUS STILES INSTRUMENTS

s'sted! by Mrs R Vk1r

C.with Draw Mrs F and R.their / ANNUAL CALENDAR TEA

There were two .

J P. COUNTY Of The YOUNG 20' x 20' ar 25' x 16'


FLY TIVA ASSOCIATION CBS HOUSEBUILT


TO THE April 24 3s30 p.m. to 6 p.m. ON YOUR LOT BEHIND YOUR HOME

A.M.E. N.W. 75th Street
CLUB, 1900 CanalMlng, of living' roan. bt4,....., kitchen with Formica top

GUEST SPEAKER ttraakfast bar, cabinet alnlc coramk tiled bathroom, floor cower

HELD IN L. BALABAN CITY COMMISSIONER |FRS tllo all la, hot water heater, electric .Including separate motorInautated

LOS REFRESHMENTS roof, painting' "' ,....h..... Job pays for It..If.

May 2-17 LET US SHOW YOU COMPLETED JOBS

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$267.96 Round -
I HMO 122 Jot $4,290 Complete
Pay ICTjDO. Now- [ PILES PROSTATE

(4 ..,. .... a> Varico:* Veins EASY TERMS

'''1.... nn.turakal e"". traatiftants at 1 lew ea t-
ASK ABOUT .r Intame. Avaltf' surfltranal haapttatUaUan. Why LOWEST PRICES ON FLORIDA ROOMS AND
:EXPENSE
outfit, delay, and pet warMt ADDITIONS
Make Rooorvatlona ,
CONSULTATION FREE
0 .
NORTH'S .... treatments diets for arthritis, neuritis' ul ASCO CONSTRUCTION CO.

TRAVEL .....'.. sinus, ."....1.. lout vigor' thank 41......
.."' .... 1501 N.W. 54th St.-Miami

Phone FR CLINIC REDUCING Phone OX 1-8921 or HI 3-8169

1J04 N.W. 3rd Art PR LI7U A General Health Sarvka Member MiamiDado County Chamber of C..re.r .



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T STARTING OUR 8th YEAR OF DEVOTED SERVICE TO THE COMMUNITY




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THE ORIGINAL HOME OF THE FAIR DEAL! !

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Dear SirsaThank t't .f '

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new home in North Miami Beach. ,. < "7
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THIS GORGEOUS HOME CAN BE YOURS!!!

Bedroom New CBS -- Opa Locka Beauty Just Finished Corner N.W.17th Ave., N.W.155th Si.



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MOVE RIGHT IN LARGE CLOSET SPACES
OVEN AND RANGE 9 GORGEOUS BATHROOM
REAR PATIOSEPARATE ALL JALOUSIED
e UTILITY ROOM NO CLOSING COSTS
e ALL LARGE BEDROOMS ONE PAYMENT EACH MONTH

Close to Public and high Schools -Open Sunday



Brand New 3-Bedroom, 2 Baths $595 DOWN

Lovely -Only $795 Down Corner Nice and clean 2-bedroom home. Only! one payment per
month.$89. No closing costa More right in.
Custom built. Oven and range, utility room IT&.aedlawn
See 3146 N.W. 60th Street
city water, shower baths, both bathroom with
enclosed shower doors, electric heater in bathroom. No
closing costa Streets, sidewalks.See 1592 N.E. ISlst Terr.
1430 N.E. 152nd St., 1523 N.E. 152nd St., 15200 N.E. 15th
Court North Miami Beach. Open Sunday. DOWN
$495 -

For small family. A partly furnished 1-bedroom home.
Only $695 Down One mortgage at $65 monthly. Total price only $6,993.
Quiet area, near Liberty City.
$88 month. No closing cosU. One payment. bedroom
nice, clean. See us to show.

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$995 DOWN
$895 DOWN
Brand new 3-bedroom, 2 bath., oren and range. Liberty
3-Bedroom corner, west of 7th Ave. Cloa* to Shell'. City. One monthly paymcnL JJfo doing coU.. Close to
Super Market. Hardwood floor. One mortgage $75 per 17th Ave., baa, aboppia
month.

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Completely furnished 2bedroom home. Close to NW 22nd Brand new 3-bedroom CBS home. Carport, blinds, shower
Ave. and 59th St One mortgage to pay $&8 monthly No door, utility room..CloM to NW 75th St. and NW 14th
closing costs. Priced right Good buy! A...See us to show. .
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VISIT OR CALL TODAYWE

ARE OPEN EVERYDAY .. LIST YOUR LOTS WITH
FAIR I REALTY)

FROM 9 A.M. TO 8P.M. US FOR r QUICK 'CASH

201 N.W. 62nd STREET
INCLUDING SUN.
SALE. WE HAVE BUYERS.

I .DAYS. PL 7 -1 645 BEST PRICES PAID.

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