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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 23, 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 )
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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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Howard II. Kobayasha 64, of' 2313 NW 36th it. He died Instantly in the office when the horrible .
Japanese descent, was shot six creatures came in. They didnt
times by bandit Saturday night His 65yearoJdwife reported say a word. He went out to see
in his Four-Way; Florist Shop at to police that he was "working what they wanted and there were
a toe or .six shots.
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7eZ hen they saw me behind the
filing cabinet They nrouM bar

we $10,000 Reward Offeredfor : out shot cf me bullets.too "If they hadn't run


The holdup men fled after
shooting the florist without takIng
Nashville BombersNASHVILLE any money. Police found six
P PJ Pr
dcHars clutched in the dead
man's hand. They believe he was
shot when he reached into hU..
City officials violent resistance" by southern
the for theMonday
pocket to get
offered a $10.000 reward for arrest Negroes, flew to Nashville to money
I\ of the unknown assailants meet" with demonstrators and burglars.
IThe who dynamited the home of a make a Breech Wednesday nightat tour Negro suspects -
Negro city councilman and Mayor Fisk University despite a two, of them exconvictsmete
Ben West appealed to all citizens bomb threat that emptied the arrested in connection with the Mrs, Evelyn Carter is servingas
to "end discrimination." auditorium for a :earth.I killing, and are being held for
I, tnVelt1 lUon. chairman of the annual Calendar -

Rev. Edward D. Richard- West called the bombing of Fla. Congressmen Herman (Red) Williams W a strapped Te sponsored by the Dade
son, 68 pastor of BrownsvHIe Councilman Z. Alexander Looby's I in a room IDW.at County Young DemccraUc A.-
Baptist Church. 2741 NW 49th It. home "terrible.- lie told 3.000 Against Rights Hollywood by Metro officers and sociatlon on Sunday at the Club
died on Sunday due to injuriesreceived Negroes who marched on C 1 t y\ arrested at 3 am. Gerald' (Pops)
Friday night In an automobile Hail after the early morning ex- I IOn', Dante racell$ of Miami Bitftm and Rooaeveft James, MI Guest speakers are the Rev.
accident at NW 50th St. plosicn Tuei'day that he want tomeet voted for the civil rights bill In both 22, were' caught' in W eat Henry C. McDowell) and City
and 27th ave' The minister'/ car with Nogro leaders to solve t.... Hour Thursday Opposing Hollywood an hour later in a Commissioner Henry L. Baksban.
was struck as he attempted to racial problems.The tho mtaturo were Reps. Bennett car Cleo Orange 23. was arrest Theme of the tea this year 'K
cross the busily travelled intersectIon Rev Martin Luther King Cramer. Haley' Heriena.. Mat ed at hit home 3741 NW seth, "Civil! Right. Voter Registration
which hat no signal) tight of Atlanta, leader of the "non, thews, flog and Bike St.. at 3 a-m. and Community llanne 7."

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Negro election clerks and inspectors charge at precinct '4. Her board
who will serve for the Includes Dorothy Boricn, Ethel
first tine" May 3 la the history of I Dtiyl. Elisabeth Fvcguaon, Vic
Dad County have been appointed torts Hicgs. Pearl Houston. Ire.tha .
tn three precinct )McMath Florence Monroe,
Evelyn White and Mary E. Williams.
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An orientation meeting was
r4d Tuesday r>UM at Liberty: .
I Mart Evernart heads
ret
where voting machines pft"eriM
Square
73 Her board cowlrt of
briefedthe
custodian Frank Lewis
Y C'athrrlrwCeadtolt.. Nancy T.Green .
32 and one man on
women I liable lIaWh<<. Oar
their duties and responsibilitiesand
I Love, Marl Irice I A. Prymus.
taught thom the fine points
Mary Frances Williams and
about the voting machine
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Eleanor Srnlttt.DEATH
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The three precinct* are at I

In crtebratiofi of their first an- brmt this s eup mueti praise. Magdalene Johnson, Dorothy North Dade Junior-Senior High,
adversary the LteeflM Practical Siwaa Harrto. R. N. and Dr. E. bales Mary Samuels. School; 74 at Liberty Square I CAR
Nurse* will worship on April 34 Shirley are on mILPrac.1iNJ Third row Ruth Smith, Ida Auditorium, and 75, at Orchard DRAG RACERSENTENCED
at.... 11 o'clock, service of Ltoef *d l Nurses D TolI,t"rt. RMwbud Dickinson Villa HotnrnUry School! I,
Frien4ttf> Baptist Churvfe Rev. Fwst row: Mae BH McPbee. Marion Bro'\n. Emily E. WrightMombers Mrs Agnes McCoy: is clerk at
C J. Hume, patter Catherine Htason Beulah Cabl-! prvcinct 9. Inspectors on her I
The are extending an Utvitatfen ..... Ethel Dlecboe. Willie Perry not shown: Mabel election board include Daisy Rktord R Ward 36 of 1S5
to friends. to jour with them LutldM Perpall Douise Eve I Alexander A. P. brown C. Barns. Mary Lou Brawn Mary NW Sth place, wa s...U nced to
on this nwmonkble ooeacton. Loufee KingS Burston. V Grant. T D Hills- E Fletcher Alnora S. Humes IOU days in the Dade County
The drat (ad work at the Liberty end row Bessie Brunt, I man. G L Howard. Amy hicks Carietha King Dorothy McGfoancy. stockade and lined $TM in Metro
City .immunity" Center has Leonora Thomas ENd Turner, ,end D Johnson Margaret Newbold Court for his part ,ja a drag race
-- I Martha Outler Nave Sanders I that kit two dead.
Lannie Sands, Bernice Touns,, Judge Thomas Battke said
Ruth Turner and Ralph Williams. I "I'm going to b* death on drag
I Funeral' Directors Close Meet Blanche Galloway Jones is in I Continued on page 13



Members of the National Funeral I -- -
Directors! and Morticians I
Association. elated out their 23rd Farmhand Admits
annual bard meetiag with a
banquet Tuesday night at the Sir
Jofen Hotel I* Jean Rembert Attack GirlA
president of Gibba Junior Ce4kg on

was the speaker.:' farmhand Tuesday confassUw -:I Myers, admitted the attack. I
The Ba4wial group was hostedby Monday rape of an aUht-I I I He was taken off a bus he
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the Ftertda Martieiaas AssocUtion yer-od girl on a South Dad. ceug1t here after the attack 1
and the Dade County Martlcians cal bank. ,' The girl ws fishing with her
Oscar H,:man of Jack- parents on the banks of Bel Alre
ir I
Metro oVU-cUves said M-year- Canal near P< old George WilMams. of 10201
I SW 1M* St. Pcrrine. who was: BABY BURNS TO
picked up at 4 ..m. in F o r t

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n*Ad. Va heads the executive 2- ar.oId baby burned to
I committee death la a South Dade labor ., u
., camp ).f6 da7. But a probation 1r" 1t 1-
It officer saved three other children..
Derrick:: Lester wa* sitting in a
r t ?c chair in a small one-family house # V1
at TaHahasMC Drtve and Campbell
Road.

It. H. HAILE I (" Ht His mother was at the ,store Local, taU and national winner 1 in the 19&9-G( II

ionvill heads the state Ql'Pa1-1 and his father was working in the School Preen Project, was "Wajjhinjrtonian" puhlica-

utIcA and LoveQ Richardson' Jr. field tion of the Booker Jr. Sr. School.
a the local president. I I Criminal Court probation officer T Washington High
R H Halle of South Carolina "- 4 Charles A. Kelly was passing Accepting the award at the local TuU rcuJr-U: A-

ts president of the national body : the house when the lire start-' Aociation'i recent meeting- !is, left, Dorothy Ellen Jenkin.
and Mahrerse Mack of New led and rushed in to save KanI editor of the achool paper, from Mr*. Gertrude Tallman,
I 6 Francis 3 and Frederick
York is chairman of the board of ,
directors. O. P. O es of RQ.: MAL VI"I MACK 4. II. said he did: not see Derrick chairman of Hcfelth Education.

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i7iI! : a. SUNDAY-Brown Girl, Brownstoncs," CHECK THlIIH THCJtt:::

r the compelling story of a West
Indian family attempting to ad- they p t tiptbir!
Just Itself to a new way of life
will be presentedwith an all-
Negro cast on the "CBS Televise
ion Work.hop" Sunday, April 24
on Channel 1 4. 12 noon-12.55 pjn

Heading the cast will be a trio
of stars Ossle Davis who is
n gearing in the Broadway success -
-Raisin In The Sun"; Pauline -
i LkeP Myers who was seen on the
11' stage last season in Take a GIant -
Step" and Cecily Tyson
who played in the Paul Muni
f11 n. "The Last Angry Man." Y
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The drama deals with dilemma
a s Then she attempts to under- .6 i
I tand her mother's determinaticn
to gain a foothold in a new coun- .
for his .r.ELECT -
try while her father part
I refuses to abandon his dream of' DOYLE
returning to the little island
where he was born. CONNERCOMMISSIONER

-s "Brown Girl Brownstones"was
written by Paule Marshall
Of
I a Negro women .who is a new
AQ2 E writer for television'
t Additional cast members are AGRICULTUREFARMER
Bcnita Evans. Ethel Ayler. Hilda I
Haynes and Vinette Carroll. \I .
r. The production is devised' << and I II ) IUSINISSMAN
produced by Albert McCleeryJoe : I
I Chomyn directs LEGISLATOR

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I.
1960 SUCCESSThe
PACE 2 SATURDAY APRIL 23 1960'
'I THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
The and ProfnsionalWormn. N
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', Club of Murrel Drench Ii i
YWCA ha for the fourth time Plan Social ub'C'rv.nnthe MSicma Man at
Sigmas
apunsorcd a delightful fashion the Year" award This award a
sh inddUt-d to Action ProgramSpecial year in recognition of the member I Fresh Meat-Low Prkes I
?.tr. and Mrs, Edward J. Bray- who has contributed the most
non Sr for the use of their awards for outstanding in promoting and perpetuatingthe
hcme.Mfe. community' service ,jn the field of I fraternity's ideaU
Anna Bell Harris for supervising Social Actions will awarded to Officers of the fraternity are
and her students for two community leaden on Sun- I Earl A. Weds president; TStcwmrt .
modeling day. April 24 at the St Paul Creer. vice prwident;
Mn ca trice Cox of Cox Kin- AMP Church 3680 Thomas Ave I Thomas Papino. secretary; J.
derartrn for tots modeling. in Ccconut Grove. I IHrctpicnu Orb Ilayxk-odd Jr., business manager -
Mrs. May Doll Braynon forperilI of the awards will and Elba Adderiy. chaplain. VOTE FORGEORGE
hats modeled. be officially announced during the
regular service scheduled for II
Beautiful solo renderedby
were !I i I Beauticians' 20th
Baldwin Hepburn. Arthur I aon
The Social I Actions theme for
King and Vaughn Jacob
Mrs I. C. MicXlns was a mostcharming I I960 a. announced by the Nation. Anniversary Sunday I rfL A.t_ i
mistress of ceremonies" al 1 (dice of Phi Ueta Sigma fra
and to her ue owe" cur gratitude ttvnity is "Preparation for Eco- The Miami Beauticians' Unit r
for an atmosphere of crariouJ- n-mic and Social Security in an Vo 7 will celebrate iU 20th an-
ness. Tntefrated Society A sermon nrverMry. with a Cotorama. run
Lat, but net lust, we are very Bmbmeinc thai idea w4H be deItvervd and Faahton on Sunday. April 24 FL
graceful U those who attended by the pastor Rev A. J. at the SM Club, corner of NW
tM affair Ketley 6th si and :3rd ave. 9 pm. until*
Movie. of the' fashion shown AIM planned t:r this annual Mr Opal King ts the chairman

April 7 at the home of Mr. and - -
Mrs W. O Cox. through the cour.teay I
of Mr. Cox. Persons dale
inf' to we tam again may do soon
May 6 at 8 pjm at the home FAVORED DADE'OutstiNiiiy !
<< vice protdem Willie F Will
146 NW 59th It.

Upper left shows models from in ill floriM! I

Cex Kindergarten ..... I
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Upper right are B T. Washington -
High models under the
supervision of buss' Anna Bell
Harm ,1It& .
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Lower leftThe f se" that '5 W't5sa )
rofre/4> after a Job well done. W.
Members of tMand P Club; I
front: Wylene Slocumb. JoAnn II I
Seence. Enid Curtis staff. G. II
Draynon. president. I. Manning !%cCt"rt1' 4 a I
R. Bethel reporter. To r
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Jernd raw trio Pocn IITortman.
G Johnson C. Dean W DuBREUILCOUNTY
William, v-rr; president u" ta e
Third row: P Jones' G Wooten
Z. Black B Cook and G. Bush.
Bsttom right are: B and P Club W t'ds t
president, members and studentmodels. .r .1Dec,
: s2etr4E1t
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HOUSEWIR1NG / Every aV/xt of Dade CeVftly
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: A.vVJ..J."J .J.A -,--" ligious life of Miami She played' MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
la significant part In helping to
THIS and establish and build Our Lady of SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960 PAGE 3
the Mi,*km-St Xavier and the
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Thrcu.h the years her guiding Engagement j I McCoy Jr. sn of tree late Dr.
THAT r-h-Ivophy has been: "1 live for SrJ I i Fred D. McCoy and Mrs. Mary
Mr. and Mrs. Charles< ROM
v::osc that love me, whose hearts of 7148 NW 19th ave, announce J M-Coy of 7M Leon 5*, Lake
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l are kind and true; for the heaven the engagement of their daughter C '\ T.w eddng will take ptaee
that smile above me. and
By RUTH N. POUTS Rosa Virginia, to Fred D ,n Line
;."3..1: my spirit too; for aU bu
.rJ.J., _-- ..-C''" man ties that bind me. for The --
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I In. task by God assigned" me for the -
Aknost as old as the hills Is Mrs Charlene Head of Lebanon, bright h rpe! left behind mt"". and
the stery of the old lady who Mr. Smith Is the brother the good that t can do." A choice ; :
baked six apple pies and six I of Mrs. Sims and Mrs. Head is a hibiscus: to a Grand Lady! __
mince pie and marked' the upper *4 retired school teacher a I
crust of all 12 with T.M."I i
When this marking was called Vocational guidance specialist
to her attention she said: in rehabilitation and job placement TUNE IN. .
That all right T t. stands Theresa
; (Tress) Gilborne. +
for Its mince. aL o for taint spent the Easter vacation with mNTTERULLCAL'S r1i
mince.' When they eat 'em' they'll her mother. Mrs. Lizzie Douglas.
find out the difference" Mr Gilborne has worked in the '
That is about the case with the Newark N. J area for a number I I I
hundreds of round about method cf years, and is in great demand I rIi
of denying human rights. They for these special 1 service 1
are marked "W.W" won't I I I I r
urork When tried they! work but Her sister*. Mr*. "Tit!" Hubert
the "watered down methods do of the Theresa Fierier Shop and
net wcrk and never shall. %Irs Madeline Porticr supervisor! _
The troub'e! is there have been I of Arithmetic fcr the schools of
and still are almost as many Dade County spared no efforts
cause of there are workable plans for tained.CON'GRATULATIONS. I
granting and implementing privileges -I
Had elimination: of causes and a :
been M'rieJutly attempted There beautiful hibincu to Mrs. Thro-1 j
are those. who feel that this Is dra Carey Bron, brilliant I, iJ i-
tapoMfeie. hence the Impossibility & teacher at Nortbwesteem H i g hr .
of finding out which is work School for being awarded a fellowship _
able and which! .is not to the Summer Institutefor I s I
. hifh school: teacher of *ci-
There p a mighty t>tg difference ence' at Bucknell University
between pie and HumanRights. Lewbburg. Pa. 1a f
Mrs Brown U a product of the
We hear the Uoe County School system and
\M time. t"1I1'n'aMn.GiYt'1 a member cf Zet Phi| Beta Sorority
March 30. 170. the Fifteenth ,,
Amendment m.s ratified<< and became
a part of the Constitutionof II I STUDENTS: HOME for Easter
the United States of America. Vacation: Richard The Butter-
FoHrtAtar are two sentence from ball" Thompson his sister Wini
the amendment: The right of the fred.Rick" Rolle. Bonnie Phillips
citizen of the U. S to vote shall Grace and Earnestine Griffm. .
net be denied' or abridged by the Fredeticka Smith.
U. S. or by any State on account
nf race color, or previous condition BIRTHDAY GREETINGS! Mr
of servitude.The Mary Bannerman, Charles Geter.Mr BAR & GRILLENOW In Fine Whiskey. .
Congress shall have powerto Mice Pittman Morris Anderson
enforce' this article by appropriate Jr. Patricia ).I, Jennings, SERVING
legislation." I K Johnson Cynthia Bythwood, FLEISCHMANN'SistheBl6buy
Madeiyn Thompson Edna Clarke. BREAKFAST LUNCH
CONVENTION TIME. Educators E eUe Waller. Gwendolyn Greea AND DINNERAt
from all section of the Walter White, Willie Nelson. !
country ate twnfew the 70th annual Popular Price
I convention" of the Florida UNILANNED Birthday Party
State Teachers' Association. April On April) 10, oW friends and new 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
2123. at the Dinner Key Auditorium friends sent greetings and tokens
activities will be many came personally to
centered 90 PROOF is 4
around the theme: "Quality )Irs He4en T Kelly (Ellen. why
Teaching Our Primary Ta"k" Jane) as she f ta affectionatelyknown. "
The keynote address. OtQ .1ity Join The NAACP
Education.** will be delivered by A pioneer in the development BLENDED WHISKEY' .0 f'OOF 6B% GRAIN NQUIRA 5P'5
Dr Carl F Hanson, superintendent of the civic educational and re Don't Fret Fight t THE FIE1SCHMANN DISTIllINQ. CO PO AfON. NtW YORK C >I' "
of Ubt.honk.. Wa.hmgttrtt. -
D C other speakers Will be
Dr S. V M anon na. Dept>> of art
H*-kh. Office of Education.
Washington. D C and Dr John
W Davis preatdcnt rmerttus.
Weat Wrrinia State College '

Featured attractions: will be / t
mumeal tvlections furniahed by I Ia Ir..r .- (
fc Da4e Ounty MAM High School : i i' (
t"horue1Ut Dr I Toward Don
M SUM* conductor.
Offtc... of FSTA are Dr e i1.
burl L Porter. executive secretory '
Jamas J Gardener, president .
J< hn II Ii.r,4cMs. let vicepretfcnt. NOW !o
; Cato Rwach. 2nd vice
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president Mrs Marian If Shan- /
!'110ft.entmc pt re4ary. Dr
Bwlyn W Sharp srcretary\ of 1

rem-an-h.; S MerVdtth Moteley. ;::::::
treasurer.: R G Sayles. chaplain;; r11. /l..r.sl./s 5. 5 iV
J I Gant. parhamentar Dr '
/lama Laid." s selwiels ll/swiws
If JFF*+ Greene auditor
Vm the. S L McNeals (Leon # eall/ll..tial. e. ales O/ril W1/
End AwneHe) moved here from a i.w helr.s.oltiwld.rt
JarkMtn. MiM they left behind 6I'
then many strong and warm 7 '
friend wnoe tie* have not been 2 f '
broken threw**) the year Sane
nf them are here on a visit Theyare
Mr M C Collins and her
dau M iM+ +*r+ nf the Frazi<<-CotUIU C '
FttAeeal II- ne While here they ',
are atttfutin the National Fun. ALL NEW
rest Dirwrtars Board Meeting! + wi
which M in vm4an at the S.r. I LUXURIOUSNEGRO R II
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John flMe4Fnen4s! s ,,,,,
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from Faye< are house guests of the Rr/fcle' SECTION! ?' ,.
Wright Bnh and Hart They are I
Mr and Mrs L. E. Garrta and ritd,17
thnr. ton Larry also Mrs' Beufeh -
Melrhor tHi NATION'S CREYHOUN& SHQWFUC*
The Caresses are morticians I

They the Bahamas plan to extend before their returning visit to I These two Floridian achieved top placo with 4fO KENNElL tlarth

home. averages on the Dean's Li+t at Talladejfa ColIl"sce for first I JUNC2 4< '
The' MeNeah and the Wrights ftemetfter. Shown at e buffet supper given. by Dean and

home combine and forces staged at a the sumptuous Wright's Mrs. Cohen T. Simpson>> for the thirty-three honor roll

dinner far their guests Easter students are Miaa Roberta Hod ice, senior in English from

Sunday afternoon. Miami and Bliss Rosalind Hinson. senior in sociology from

Deland. Other Floridians who achieved the coveted Special Miami Transit buses direct to track from NW
Mr and Mrs. Jotsce Sis who
Nve jn the Liberty. City area at Dean's List are William( Foster and Randolph Edmonds of
3rd Aye. and 13th St. Starting at 7 p.m. On. way 25e:
IMO NW ttth it. gave an elaborate Tallahassee, Willie Lee Pensacola, Ann Riou. Miami,
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house guests, Mr, and Mrs. Luther
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Hotel In this city. On Sunday State Vocal Meet
4 SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960 evening worshipped atAME I
I JUST BROWS1N' II Bethel Lincoln High School of TaHa.ha .
ee' will serve as best to the
By PAUL R. HENRY I The House has passed the I fifth annual meeting of the Fla.
I Civil Rights Bill and it will now! State Vocal Association of the
.Ot
I to President Esenlxwer for F.orkta: State Music Education
go
The political ball is rolling his aignature. The bill is not as Association when it meets here
like mad. The governor's race is I strong as was expected,' but April 28 29. 30. An estimated
something to really think about.I every little bit added to what you 1500 teachers and students win

emu at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami I I.rtdaho" FR 3-Z2SI So far over a million bucks have' have makes just a little bit more. attend.LAMOUNT .
Plant at 740 N.W. Uth Avanut-Phn OX '..0421H. been spent. This
no- narrowing down the and-
four. David, Carlton.Bryant ,f
dates to
E. 8IGISMUNO REEVES Edltir listen
We
and McCarty.
Garth C. Reeves Managing Editor and BiislfftM Manager to them end we read about GUESTand

like the way David
We
1Mmb.r nf U. Ainelated" Nerlro Pre- them.
talks. He offers a good program<
Member of th National Newvpmprr" rnMUher AJMnrlallon even if he doc not win. We
think Carlton fe going to be hard LODGING HOUSEROOMS
Entered a* fterond flM Maters Aontot 9. 1927.' at tb* Pmt Offlrr to beat.
at Miami norfcte., under the art of March" ... 170 Murray, Meyerson, seeks' the
post of Justice of the Peace for
SUBSCRIPTION RATES: WEEKLY AND MONTHLY
District 2.Con.mL..lcner. OVERNIGHT,
ONE YEAR ".80 SIX MONTHS S2.7S THREE MONTHS .70 George Du-
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"(711:110 OK TIIM NEGRO p"tMR" Breiul wants to continue servingon REASONABLE RATES
TIIK NEGRO PrigS believe that Amrrtra tan bert lead. tINt world the County Commission.
fritm rue"$ and lutttofuU antagtonlmiM when It Mmn1 tn etery nuurrcajtUnM > Doyle Conner runs for Com OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
of race, color or cry" .I. his hrniuui and leaj riffbta. aline missioner of Agriculture.
George O'KeU wants to occupy
no man. frartnc no man' .the X.cro Press trtorw to help every nuu
the bench In Group One. NW 3rd Ave Call FR 1-2036
blwk.In the firm beret that all men ire hurt a. ton* a* ftuj-one la bold Circuit Judge Pat Cannon 1203V2

wants to be re-elected in Group
5.
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK Mrs. Anna Brenner-Meyers has 1
served and wants to continue
INTER.RACIAL PROGRESSThe saving on the school board In NORTH DADE HIGH DCT CLUB'SAMATEUR
Grcu 5.
;
Miami Times is pleased to learn some progno"", Wally Jefferson would like to I NITE and

has been made in the attempt to intergrate lunch counters take in District over the 2. post of Constable I "SHOWER OF STARS"Northweatern'a

in Miami. Jack Gordon is running for the

Last year CORE, an organization working for integration -I school' board candidate at largein

flat in at counters some of our chain stores, but Carlos Group 2.Fernandez kshe;

they were never served. post of Justice of the Peace for
A deputation from the Min ters' Alliance appeared District 2.

nt the Burdine' Store, but got no further than the door. This week a National Urban I

They were not admitted. League celebrates its 50th anniversary t

Later came Governor LeRoy Collins with a televised We Invite our readers i
address demonstrations. In that address the'ernor special attention to the rotogravure
on section in the Miami Times. 'j
said it was morally wrong for business places to deny In *o doing you will have an opportunity .
Negroes sitting at lunch (counters while soliciting their of learning something

trade in other departments. He suggested that inter-racial of about its this accomplishments"organization and during some f

committees be appointed to work out Interracial problems.The the half century of Its existence,! .
governor appointed such a committee. f f
May 4th is now the date set by
Endorsing the governor's suggestion was our progressive the Dad County School Boardto

mayor. Robert King High. lie appointed a committee white decide schools whether will or admit when six three Ne-'

of 11. five of them egroes. .ro .pplica ntl.i .

This committee held several meetings and seeminglysome
progressive steps have been taken. i This week the National Funeral .
Directors and Morticians Association ( Dancers in "Delilah")
The governor's speech was praised and criticized met at the Sir John

statewide action. but a a*large majority endorsed the governor's BUNCHE THEATRE (Opa Locke) -


On Tuesday the City Commission held a special Friday, May 6, 1960 8 p.m.

meeting with representatives of the NAACT. CORE and .
SINGING DANCING COMEDY DRAMA
the Ministers' Alliance. The commission at this time endorsed PRIZES

the suggestion made by Governor Collins, that It Advance SOc and 75c Door 75c and $1.00

was morally wrong for business places to give service to REALTY

Negroes in one department and deny them service In another ..
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LIBERTY CITY

Mayor High promised the group that within 30 days New bedroom CBS on very

n "progressive report" would be made. large lot. No qualifying. No

This arrangement was satWajrtory to the representatives closing coat. Near every THANKS.

and the threatened boycott was called off. thing. Better hurry. See this .

As we said before, it is best to give the committee a now. Don't pay rent Many

chance. There is nothing lost in being reasonably slow. I extra features.

We have always felt that Miami is capable of solving from the bottom of

her racial problems satisfactorily, if those in authorlt.1 NEAR 79TH STREET

would give matters earnest consideration. 2 houses on one large Jot. Kilt
My O'Hearts
The siUin problem is now up to the business places to I I $795 Down g

decide whether their Negro customers are still welcom $85 MONTH

to their places in some departments, but jimcrowed in Both houses are completely

the others. furnished. No closing cats S

We must wait for the verdict No qualifying. Immediate

possession. Call us for an Again, Thanks-

appointment.Open.
CLOSE who have been arrested especially
BAPTISTS -- .
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those who are spendingtime
in a Tallahassee Jail. Sunday For the way you, the people, that made
STATE MEETA
Doyle Carlton Jr. and Ted WEST HOLLYWOOD our grand opening of the King O'Hearts
David who candidates
are among
large delegation from everyaection 5410 S.W. 23rd Street
for the PMt of governor of
of the state Invaded West Florida, visited the convention $295 DownNew Club so successful. You are always
Slit
palm Beach to attend the ,I and presented tt'.e1rlonna..
session of the General 2Upttl After bad been bedroom 2 bath CBS
Florida they screened bya welcome at the King O'llearts
of Club
State convened J-lfl. cc committee they: wvre endorsedfirst home on large lot. Anyonecan ,
April
which
and second choice respectively buy. No closing costs Miami's
by the bodyThe newest Sepia club.
Roe parent body. Dr. J, A. F.
Only one monthly payment.Don't .
met with
Finlayson. president
financial report was one of
rent. We have
Church. The pay one
the St. John Baptist
the highest in the history of the
Woman's Missionary and Educational left. John Lomelo
Convention under the convention. The Woman's department Prop.o' .
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and the parent body

eat of at Mrs.Antioch Susie 'Baptist Hotty $53.000.had a Of total this of amount approximately'tl4.391.91 OPA LOCKA Bill Robinson :Manager

chi Tbe Sunday School and $795 Down
was sent to Florida Normal and
Training Union Congreas w s at Memorial College, St. Augustine. $84.50 MONTH
New Bethel Baptist Church. The
laymen aasembleed at Roanoke..I All officers Rx+ceededthem. .i Beautiful new bedroom .
and the Young Peoplewere at selves. and the three vacancies CBS home. This ia the laat
Grace Methodist eau: -ed by death were filled by.
the Rev S. R. Bright !tn. Myles one of these lovely Rain
Challenging aDd InapMn* 1<<- and Rev Gorham. bow homea. One monthly O'Hearts
moos and addresaea ,Mrere delivered No King Club
payment. closing costs.Better .
by outstanding state and The 1M1 session of the convention .
will be held with the hurry Do it now.
cut-of-tate 1MdaJ.Some Day Spring Baptist Church,. .
time was spent discussing Jacksonville Rev. C. A Weaver.' BRIGHT REALTYPL 6000 N.W.
the Negro's protest against pastor 7th Ave.

Junch counter segregation. and it 7-8458 283 NW 79th St.)!

was agreed to fir moral and
Join The NAACP :
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Open House at Fine Arts Conservatory I Spring RegistrationAt tilt MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

I SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960 PAGE 5
Lillie C. Evans

Sprint registration Jor the first
grade pupils living in the area of
Lillie CEvans Elementary RUPTURE PILES
School will be held on Wednesday -I PROSTATE

Thursday and Friday, April sj Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
27, 28 and 29 from 2 to 4 pm. I 0
Effect!'*, painless' a.surgical offles trtatmanta at law a.ot.I. *..
Parents who expect to enter no Ion rime ., ''nc.", .. Av.ld surgery and hoapltatlsatl. Wly
children next term asked to
are
tar trwM Why suffer, delay and get word
bring them on one of the above

rates.. Special, medication. ,CONSULTATION treatments, diets for FREE .
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arthritis neuritis ulterm -
: tificate, and the
come get
anyway
\ ; certificate later. blood pressure,sinus anemia, .loot vigor' chronic diM....
r' omen and w."'....,

I DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING

Carey, gave warm response in 21 ..W. 11th Are. FR S1MS o A General. Health ServiceFRISATSUN
recognition of our many" friends
W who shared this occasion' with us.
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W '".1M 11Jn \1.in1JI"WiUU wu awIlmr W4 )II( _.
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Parents and everyone interested ed by Miss Shirley Sanders .
in seeing Arts in Action are in- prima ballerina: ci the Miami Bal-
vhed to attend the Open House let Comtny.( and the unique
of the Fine Arts Conservatory teaching: methods of piano and
on Saturday. April 23 from It to theory' classes
2 p-m. I The conservatory Is bowed at
the Carwr YMCA This outstanding
Outstanding features of the day ftcne rOtlt school is under
will include the recently organized the direction of Ruth GI'ft'lf' eld.
woodwind ensemble' :, under Pictured .re:; Harry Edeknan.
the direction of Albert Edeknan George Simpson, Ttmrny Greenfield
well known soloist; a student art Malcolm Whitlow and
exhibit, a ballet workshop head Frank Stirrup.
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William, world today. I!
Mayme
I She advised the youth of the Ml CLUB
Guest Speaker rnrcrtance of preparednett' in
these critical times and of the
necessity of preparing for new
careers as additional job opportunities
are opened to us. "1 so-
.art the support of the business
community uf Miami {n providing 1900 N.W. 75th StreetPresents
employment for young people in
the Held of business- I I I
She admonianed us all to seekcOTjrfty
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within our hearts as wwrr.sve
:: forward in the realization
of fa:) citizenship
A TOM tecUcn" of the business
end profnmional 1 cctnmunity of -- By Popular Demand --
M:a.T.1 was present at honored
untt The numbers of the Pa*
francs B(ard of Gamma Alpha
I I C'::-jrter were present
The awards for the horned "THE FABULOUS"

gxts Wft'r. I II
Plaques awarded to
HEAL ADAMS-. uw...s Man
CHICK HORNEAS
I J the Year I I
MISS OLIVE AIXXANDGR -
Business Woman at the Year I
.. MUSS JoANN SMITII Outstanding -'
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In a setting that was elegant, Year.
Mrs Williams her'
captivated
Medals were awarded to win*
audience of members of Gamma ncrs of the typing contest:
Alpha Chapter of Iota Phi I JAMES MARTIN first prize "MADAM THROCKBOTTOMWITH !
Lambda Sorority" and their gut.tat Norm" Dade High.
an informal banquet honoring CASSIE PLUMMCR Second
the Busman Man of the Year.pnie. Carver lligh.
the Business Woman of the Year WILLIAM JONES
Third
and the! Outstanding I3usinesaStudent pr* North Dd High
()f the Year
Taking as her topic Two t The invocation' was offered by
Minutes til J.lidNlftt'In.: Williacns Father Theodore Gibson. Charles "LITTLE JOHNNIE"AND
traced the history of the Ifodiey. our unofficial mayor,
Negro in tteU country from his ..ve most fitting closing remarks
beginning in 1619. making mention for the occasion by bringing us
of his contribution in jp to date on some community HIS BAND
America's development" to the affairs I
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The 1st Section Is Going Fast InHAMPT .






I-COLLIER ACRES





Collier County



GET YOUR CHOICE SELECTION TOD Y S





$1 0 Down Will Buy You 21 Acres $OQC


12 ft. average elevationEqual

18 city lots TOTAL PRICE tltJll

330 feet x 330 feet



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



f' J Acres At $395 An Acre -- Now Worth Up To I



$6,000 An Acre .- Your Last Chance To Own



f Your Own Land At These Low Prices I



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FACTS:-
want to take this pptrtwnl'*
t> to comrtvjnd you for your Mil Statistical Research Men say "Greater Miami's population today,
irg to mt 10 different tracts ofont Read What is one million. This area will grow to 4 million people.*
acre each (n Hampton Aero
Dale S. Renault
I paid you an average price of 2-Goini NORTH from Miami to Palm Beach is built-up and look like
tlt&OO each. I am happy to My Real Estate Editor of the continuous .
one
that these acre are worth today Miami Beach SunHat city.
1 .000 each.
to Say 3-Going SOUTH from Miami, big building program now going on,
and available good land is selling at thousands of dollar per acre.
"READVIIAT JENNIE That same story of ondlooo op-
PEARL MONROE HAS TO portunltleo to being repeated -Miami can't .row east in the ocean.
throughout the slats, but no.
SAY" where more dramatically than InCollier S-Miami must grow we.L6HAMPTON.cOWER
County, on the lower Quit
s Coast of Florid*. ACRES, line
on of Dade and Collier Counties
'It should bo emphMlxed that average 12 feet elevation, and are in direct line of future expansion.
the land offered In Collier C."... .
ty it not ready for 'mediate doe
velopment Rather It roprooonta alongrange 7-It is good sense to BUY land CHEAP and sell HIGH. (Average cost
Inveetment' opportune of our 1 Acre is $158.00)We
Ity just aa did the Coral I City
area a few year ago when aro- believe
that ALL investors in Collier
age thereabouts warn considered County acreage MUST ulti
to be purely speculative, as It was mately realize profits. However, the FIRST areas to be developed and
in fact. consequently BY FAR THE MOST VALUABLE, will be HIGH
GROUND, located on RANGE LINES!! Main arteries usually follow
range lines, therefore .
adjacent property is the most likely to become
PREMIUM BUSINESS PROPERTY.

YOUR LAST CHANCE When this particular offering is sold we never again will be able
l did purchase from you S acres to offer such high value at these low prices, and these
m Hampton Acres and I paid FOR LAND AT THESE terms. Yes, NOW is the time. on attractive
for these acres an average priceof
}3!500 each I am happy to LOW, LOW PRICES
My that thre acres are worth o HIGHER ELEVATION THAN MOST OF GREATER
today better than $4300 each. Idon't tracts have MIAMI I These
think I will sell unlearn I a MEAN!ELEVATION OF 12' ABOVE SEA LEVEL. .
get better than $ .000 each. higher than the average residential areas of Miami.


This golden day for land opportunities are just ahead! The big boom is in Collier County just the

Dade County line-when development comes to Coll ier County, it will be primarily home development.on

The factors that made early investors in Dade and B reward Counties rich are now operating to

wealth for today's investors in beautiful Collier County. The predominating soil in this area of Collier create

County are fine sandy marl underlying limestone to 5 ft.
!
according to the soil survey of the ..
pulpwood.ment of Agriculture. The elevation i ia from 8 to 14 feet. The area also contains! much timber stable for






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Miami 36, Florida .

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HAMPTON ACRES 195 N. W. 14th St.

TRUMAN CITY Name .............
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0. Perry ReelectedElks' CI L SATURDAY, APRIL23, 1960 PAGE 7Q. .


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State President



.8y CHARLES C. NORTH h,:me, presided over by lion. Hobs r rear as e+.
s: Reynolds of Philadelphia.
DAYTONA BEACH Dr. 'Grand Commissioner of civil
Zebna George' of Cleveland Ohio I Liberties and member' of the Social Security
world rcfenown {lecturer traveler, Federal Housing Adminktration
and -People to People Ambassa Washington, D. C. Swindlers
dor" cf Goodwill of the U. S.
State Department was the keynote W. O. PERRY RE-ELECTED
"Social security swindlers are
speaker for the I960 convention -
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of the Florida Association Monday morning the official at large in parts of the country
of Elks.Speaking business Maim opened at the Edward P. Bkmston manager of
Elks home on South
Campbell
from the subject MA the Miami North Social Sec\lrit7j rf
Sl At this session W. O. Perrywas .
Declaration of Interdependence unanimously! voted to succeed Office, said today in warning the I
Dr. George electrified the near himself at state president.The thousands of persons receiving' ;i t I ILr

capacity audience at Moore gym motion was made by former social security benefits in Dad e i
at fiethune-Cookman College state president' Asbert iBethune.
Sunday afternoon ''With her eloquence Sr. CountyNow that nationallycme :
and her Interpretation' of $10 billion goes annually to
world wide deYel xnents. fI"bia WIN ORATORICAL CONTEST almost 14 million beneficiaries" ,'

public program formally openedthe 1,1., nday evening Sylvester T.MOOI' this now type of predatory human ,
35th annual fecission cf the association has increased.
of walked |
Tampa away
presided over by (W. O.
Perry of Miami. In the first annual with the highly prized honor of Recently in a large city, two
winning the annual Oratorical
meeting fcince his 1999 men describing: themselves as
Contest in close
a very eight contestant "
election. "social visited
security agent, awidow
battle, held at the Camp-
the day she received
THE GREAT CONFLICT bett St High School The event hf'l'l]
social security check They told
culminated the efforts of contests
"The great conflict and struggle held in most of the major cities her she had been overpaid and
today between. the great powers in florida. The Miami contestant I. demanded a cash refund The
Is not tfer goegraphical gains Caither Ann Perkins of Car. frightened woman signed over
,
said the speaker, but for the ver High School, finished in 4th' her ehedk.Sometime I

control of the minds hearts and place. the person<< outfits
loyalitics of the people of the The Elks parade got underwayat himself with false credentials" He
earth." 230 pm. Tuesday winding its says social security( It short of
Admonishing her audience to way throu% many streets ofDaytona funds and needs a temporary'
become aware of what is happenng Beach, Several beautiful tan
in the world today Dr. floats and marching bands representing .
George advised that "Science' and the lodges and temples Sometimes art .i inspection
technology have reduced our distance throughout the state were on dis team" vi H* elderly. people to
*, and made us neighbors;; play in strutting along the line of learn if they receive social security What do you ,
and established ccmmuaicaUon march benefits Jf no. they demand
with peoples wt.thborn there Is The Association in session under a payment to insure continuance mean CLEAN...
a tragic misunderstanding." She direction of J. P Moses of benefits If no. they
declared<< that "What It happening chairman uf Civil Liberties program demand money to get the payment CLEAN..CLEAN :
in Afro-Asia today will fill !in Florida pledged their organizational started ,
the history books of tomorrow" drive to Increase the RIlwU*
Florida "There are other variatiens."
Negro registration to
She concluded her address
by 300.000 names thereby doublingthe Mr Blonston explained" So, ityw'r. H. WE MEAN THAT THE
admonishing her listeners to accept

in doubt demand idenuflcation
number already the books. -
the challenge by doing on Tell" the person you prefer I CRISPEST, BRIGHTEST TOM ..rGtN"

something rather than to complalnlnfi.solve the problem to the Florida Zetas in with to the do social your business security, by office mail I COWNS UNDER THE SUN IS '-=::..

extent that we may become producers Cell us by triephene Call in a f MADE WITH OEANTASTINGFLEISCHMANN'S y
instead of merely recipients State Meeting Here fiend Best of all understand' GIN .
of the favors afforded
by our '
I your social security rtHs and the; 44
present. civilization and democracy Zetas from all Florida will swindler won't. make sense Of| a
converse upon the Magic City course, ..e Mould like to. hear
MAYOR SPEAKS April 22 in the first state meeting from you if you su mrt a visitor "
of the year The croup will meet Our office is at 234 NX. TVth st.I amm mi flu oa .M rtwr.m nrsmuu I wa& tMPs nil anAA

The (Honorable May or-Cam- at the home of the state directress Phone $.5511
mis*tc ner J. W. Eubanks brought I Mrs Marian Harris Shannon .
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ermines from Daytona Beach 2191 NW 58th st, from five
and presented' State PresidentW cluck to 7 oYfcck in the evening .
O Perry the key to the city Following the business sassion For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

a socwl hour has been
RECEIVES AWARD
planned by the directress.
Daniel Webster Perkins of Mrs Ella Williams Fisher, of
Jacksonville. Attorney at law, Savannah State College, directress BONDED COLLECTION
for the" Southeastern Reg-,
pronun CJVJC, religious AUl pfu.CSsional F'nat will he the jperial 1 guest of
leader rcceivad the Oks the occasion Mrs Olive B W1IUam -
annual award for 1960 as the from Pensacola (Washing
outstanding citizen contnbuUng' ton Junior College). Regional
most to the advancement Irf his Directress of Amicae Affairs will AGENCY Inc.
race during fifty-eifht years as a abc be pttttentSpecial .
practicing attorney w4oume and ackno- ,
The award was presented by di nvent. of the" visiting members i i
Charles! C Ncrtjj of Miami Others : of toe stronty will be madeby
participating in the pcsenta- Mrs Marguerite Miller, basi- ,
tion certfnony were Maxwell, *W tens" of Beta Tau Zeta Chapter
uf Miami. and Mrs Ruth North %
Saxon supervisor of Secondary IV lite The collection and rental
Curriculum. VoiusU County, state directress of Ankuarraln largest
once general chairman of the
<],nv ntk>n CUNIIo ttt State SOCIAL HOUR FOR agency in the South; operating in
President W O Perry. Albert FISHER SATURDAY I
Dethune, National Organiser; J, Dade and Broward Counties'
fubertiw Mtsmbvn of Beta
P Mosea, State Civil Tau Zeta
Chairman, Mrs ThonatenaFloyd CtMter nave planned a social
State IWnple President; hour at the home of the baaflaus Negro Housing areas
Mrs liatUe Jones State Daughter Mrs Marguerite Millet lOG 1
Secretary and Honorable NW 52nd It. April 23 from flue
Judge H roa. Reynolds of Philadelphia o'ckjck to seven' o'clock in the L L. BROOKS PrtsltftM
grand director of Elks evening All Greeks are invitedto
Civil Liberties Commission I meet( the Regional Directress,
Sunday night the Annual Me Mrs, Ella Williams Ffcber, I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

mortal Service was conducted at Mrs. Fisher wits remain in thearea 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
the Ml Bethel Institutional Baptist to attend the Southern Association
Church. The sermon was des cf Health Physical Education BROWARD COUNTIES
livered by the Rev S. I. Badgerof and Recreation, confer.grave. .
Zknanuel Baptist Churcn, .

Jacksonville Monday morning, the Civil :B :Nrr !>r

Rights Annual Breakfast was Advertise It Pay! .
held at the Daytona Beach Elks -:.. -

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, Calendar Tea at -- -

8 SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960 I Club Mi SundayThe

Young Dem- .
Dade County
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OUR fore the Ice pies were born. Evelyn Carter as chairlady presents
WE SALUTE We salute Mrs. Adderly for I Its 8th annual Calendar Tea
I this act of kindness, that was at the Club MI Club 1900 NW 'st./4g/dtt
SENIOR CITIZENSThe nemberrs to the taste of I 75th sU on Sunday, April 4 from
m of the family on that! 3:30 to s P-m. OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
most talked about peopleof day Mrs. Adderly is a member Mrs. Carter was reared in WumhVton. -
this day are our senior citizens. of the Senior Citizens Committee N c. She received her
Trey have given the subject of and also a member of the Sun- education at the Willston Indus
jimtule delinquency a lot ofcompetWcn. Committee that works to cheer trial High School and later at
As we take anew the shut-ins In the Golden Age Fayetteville State Teachers College. FRIDAY SATURDAY
took at our senior citizens, our Club. Mrs. Adderly representsher She studied later at Hampton -
sense of values have taken on a PrylUt Wheatley Club by Institute.
decided' change. An analyticallook workng' with the sunshine com-
0
at maturity reveals the mitteee. Sponsors Fashion Tea ai- 1
beauty in grace, pone, dignityand
the achievement of w1sd m. We further salute Mrs. Victoria The Pulpit Aid Board of St.
of womanhood Higgs a member of the progaram Matthows Baptist Church will JftllWTES if At
The C'Z'O't.1017
is her silver locks the lines committee of our Senior Citizens sponsor a Fashion Tea Sunday, ateui tviipeltse innetta
in her face the archives of wis- department Mrs. lUres has many April 24 at the home of Mr. and V ptovrt MftvryWntOCOtDVOrNMAYr J
knuckled hands are talents as a program planner she Mrs J Otis Haywood Jr., 1549
d m. the _
has visions and skills. We salute / *
crafts and NW 68th ft, from three to five
tools for industry arts
domestic duties in homemaking.. her as an asset to the program pm Everyone is invited to at-
committee.' We are looking forward '
Our senior citizens are photogenic to a great Mothers day I tend.Mrs Victoria Williams chairman /.i.L'Ti4ASTVOThGE'
to those who look beneath program planned by the program ; Mrs. Lillian Clark president -
the surface of things. For those of committee on Sunday, May 15 at ; Rev N. F Clark pastor. ... .
us who value wisdom and guidance Liberty Square at which time you TJUOfT aUQNUGN ,- r .
we will welcome an opportunity will see! and feel the spirit of Notice 7
to fraternize with our senior committee members such as Mrs. COw" .
citizens. They are the lampsof Ilig a. Hear" ye! Hear ye! There will
our feet whereby we tread. Mamie M. Gill Is program director be a Masonic Review and Song PLUS -
They are also the bridges over of Adult and Senior Citizens Feast sponsored by Atlantic -
which a e now cross. They are no program of James E. Scott Coast Ledge No. 46e, F and AM
earthly saints, or angels of mer Community asociatioo. Bethany Chapter No 140, OES,
cy. they areAlt plain people, Sunday. April :24. 3 pm. at the
good bad and indifferent but the I Happy Birthday Masonic Hall. 1742 NW 3rd ave.
salt ofbe earth. Donation $1.00. Refethments free

The senior citizen committee :
of the James E. Scott Community -
A...tciatk>fl is being chaired by I AIR CONDITIONED II
Mrs J. L. Dixon who Is giving rSi '
able l leadership to that commit RITZTHEATRE
tee. We salute her for leadership I /U T
and know how in her unurinc -
efforts to promote this rt't STOPOVER:1 TOKY

pr'OIf'MA O tt'r member of this NOW SHOWING f ,

cntnntitifv whose interest merits a .......,..
salute is Mrs Anne Coleman -
rhaimnan of the )*ibttc relations "Big I .EOBEEIIim-IOWClllUliS-EBiNDlIlIOl T-
c mmittee. a subcommittee of the
Senior Citizens Committee Mrs. Fisherman"Howard
Cokvnan had shown a deep In-
tercvt in the senior citizens and d Keel
has encouraged' others to Join the ,,_, SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
movement Mrs Mattle Barkley
it a rxu-worthy member of- the I
committee for her interest for ICHTHOCTQUQt
tier support and contributions to ifir41
the progam. She is a member of -
the Cwert Club that made a con- ; : CAPITOLBUNCHE 4TIOVIlUONO .
tribytfcn of cooking utensils to i
he" S*'nior Citizens Room in Liberty F fl
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We salute the river and the t11E

bearer of the gift We salute Mrs. !..Ianht shared the festive 1DI T11 : ii1stx
I
liarklev, and her club. This ginparked
birthday party of Mrs Pearl! Mc- r
the interest" of the program THEATRES
>wra nca
Leroy at her home, 1971 NW 5thave.
in the club room on April LEIOHUKo
CUftTlS-DEAN MARTIN'JAN T
fl at wnfeh time member of the,| Midnight Show Capitol SONY

G Wn Age club enjoyed a mock 1'huIt' present were Messrs. TKtatrt Sat Night and .t jfMHjIIBMTN
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family dinner The dinner pot James Taylor John Dowdy Tom- -wtA
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w+aa the gift of the hour. The mie Thomas Charlie Brown Ernest both theatres sting ,
mock family dinner" was carried Coleman Isaac Shaw, Henry 1 t .AlaT *
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SUNDAY foe SIX DAYS
out in family style by having IS Boons Bill Dawfcins and
members" of the club dine together Kenneth Robinson; Mesdamea Ola PLUSMURDEROUSLY-
Eugene Kemp manager of Willis Ctha C Williams. ReathaKnight You will scream with terror
Liberty 5tuareac: ''d as father of RetKera+ hicks Mr. and
fie family on that day by sitting Mrs. Will Young and Miss Lu- FUNNY!
at the head of the table and cretia Coleman.A Jack The RipperWith ,.".
'IM ftc over family business with
mvfnbere of the Golden Age lovely repast was served. Lee Patterson COUMOWk ftCIUttt_
Club We salute Mr Kemp for Everyone had a wonderful time McDowell f, I P .era.HO MOOUCTON
Betty a
his deep interest in the senior and Mrs. McLeroy received many r
protf'MlaDd hit efforts to make lovely gifts 7 OUR MAN IN HAVANA
plan that materialized Into amuck "House on

nevded community pro Notice II-. Alec Guinness
gram.A Haunted Hill"Starring

choice dish at our family Carver Elementary Invites all Burl Ives Maureen OEara-Ernie KbvacsKoelCowanlBalphBicIiardsonJoMorrow
dinner table. was an old fashion parents in the community with Vincent Price
ed porch cobbler" which was a children entering first grade next
gift from Mrs., Margaret Adder- term to its preschool clinic on
'y This pie had the richness of Monday, April 23 at 730 pm Jn I ...w..YMMa............... a..MaW..tAgsaa
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BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST for this effort
During the evening the Male
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2749 N.W. nth Street Chorus will render a musical
Rev. E. D. Richardson, pastor I program. Yo; are cordially in-
Annie Pratt reporter vitro to cane out and hear this

Sunday School .. ....-- *30 chorus. Additional reports
I Morning worship ............... 11:00 four the pew effort will be receiv
Evening worship ....-... ,:00 ed. Vicitors are always welcome.

Cre1 Church of The Open Door SPIRITUAL BAPTIST
tO
(Congregational) 10250 S.W. 176th Street

118 Rev. H. C. McDowell pastorA. terrine FloridaOn

E. McNeal, reporter Sunday. April 24, we will

Rev. McDowell started a new be pleased to have in our midst
series of sermons "Welcome to ire Rev O. A. Pratt, B. A.. B. D.
Overcoming of the Nazarene His Resurrection" and chose as as our pest speaker. The Rev.
Mr. Pratt is an associate minister
I the special witness Mary Madgatene. -
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA 12101 S.W. 219th St. In addition to this forceful at Mt Olivette Baptist
Goulds, Fla. sermon the choir under the direction Church of wfcich the Rev. I. C
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960WOMAN'S Lawrence Reddick pastor of Wm. Johnson, rendered Mieklns is pastor. He is also parliamentarian
special Easter music which I of the Atlantic

Sunday Morning School worship_......_.... 10:0 11:00 added greatly to the beauty of Coast. Baptist A. Association.is TheReev the
L. Thomson
I
to the service.
DAY everyone.
AT Evangelistic Service 8:00Fn. :
I Lola B. Martin chairmas of and Bible &00 moderator.Rev. .
-Prayer of the daywas
Another highlight
publicity committee. Rev. W. K. Pratt who will be the
NEW BETHEL the of the first edition
Smith pastor. 1 lowing evening speaker, was trained for
FIRST UNITARIANThe I of our church paper with the ministry at the American

FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev First Unitarian Crurch will I Mrs. Rose Stewart as editor in Baptist Theological Seminary in
chief The paper is scheduled toappt"ar :' ahviUe. Teen.. and Virginia
its Year of
C. J. pen monthly. A variety of interesting -
Buroey. pastor Canvas at a fel1a4'SJ Fulf11lment-1 I Union University in Richmond,
items about
Claudia Wilson reporter news our
Saturday, April 23. 7 pjn. at the church family is in the paper.A .
Sunday School ..........-.. 9:30 Elks' Building 495 Brickell ave. Va.MT.
Morning services ..... ... 11:00 Dr. J. Harold Klock. general group of laymen from the CALVARY BAPTIST
BTU _. ,,. .,.. 5:30 chairman will conduct the program church will attend a meeting at Kev E. M. Thomas pastor
and also speak at a kickoff our church camp site at Avon
P }Evening services ...._.... 7:00 Pnyuis Myers reporter
Park April 29-May 1 It will
luncheon for canvassers following iundfcy Scfttiol ............._..-_ 9.4S
Let note the change in the them the opportunity to associate -
us the service on Sunday, give
and Mor'im Worship .......-..... 11:00
Continue Inpra'er receive inspiration
time of services.
April 24. the B r. U ...........-... ........._ 331bv.n.ng
for the sick and those whoa from other laymen throughout
New members have been Worship ..... ....._.._ 7:00
shutins and those are grieved.St. state.
ed to participate in a invit-I
Last had wonderful
Sunday -
we
vice of recognition at the 11
ST. JAMES A. M. E.
Mary' W.M. Christian service, and to an open Mvmon* rendered to us by a
the parsonage 133 Riviera Drive, Rev H McNeal Harris, pastor vuttiti minister Rev McKenzie.On .
Rev. E. A. Culmer, pastor Coral' Gables, that evening at Mrs. Sadie F Dean reporterSunday Sunday evening we had

Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter 8:15. School ....................... 9.30 the Eater program for the
Sunday School __ tic Morning Worship .__..... 11.00 cniMren. Every dud there tooka
Morning worship ,........... 11OC The Question We Dare Not ACE League ..._....._..-._ 530 pert 'in it and wa enjoyed by
--.-. -- -.--- ------.. Evening worship 736 A the Rev Robert W. Sonen that Sunday the Home Missions :
MRS. O W. FOSTERAll Sunday School wan opened by same day Sunday morning the Youth cfebratiHg! its 2rd anniversary

roads win lead to Greater the superintendent t. Mrs. M. I Choir will render the music during I Sut Mary Kelly is the
New Bethel Baptist Church of Worthy. Devotional was led by i the 11 am. worship service I president of the home muwien.
1891 Lincoln St.. Opa Lock*. Mrs. Worthy Classes took: their THE INCARNATION The pastor will deliver the mctwrre our pastor lot still stele but be
Sunday April 24 where the women places with their teachers. The (Episcopal) I and will rive as his thane .II d.mg a link better than hem
of Greater New Bethel will lesson was reviewed by !L V. 1835 N.W. 54th St. The Burning Hearts. b* 'n We nope that he will
present their 8th annual Women's award. Father E. S. Clarke Jr. Vicar I The DOW effort for the benefit !non' be fully recovered.Visitor .
Day program. led of the pastor's trip to California are atavys welcome to
Morning worship by
The program is under the direction the theme -Jesus was Talking Sunday. first Sunday after pastor, Easter called Law: is asked to make
of Mrs. Wilene Robinson, to Ills Twelve Disciples. Every commonly a report
chairman and Mrs Juanita Sunday. I
blessed. !
one was spiritually I -

Ryles co-chairman. Eight joined the Christian family. Church School .,...._._......._. fcJO KEW HAM PRIM
f All choirs fumiarted muck with Solemn High Mass ......._ 10:45 NEED CASH

Mrs S. McFord at the organ. No..l I I EYC meeting ......_._....._ fcOO: I GOING...._ ...
2 usher board served. Confirmation Instructionfor $25 to $600CALL ... MK.a
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I children ...-..-.......... 6:00Evcnctng w .... ..
The evening devotional was -w ve-
...
I with a program PL8.3653 t.r.ww_ .....
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led Bra 1L V. Steward. Ilia
subject by" "Master It is Good For of sacred" musk ..._..-.-.._... 730 ."......-...----_------- -
The EpUc us to be Here. I IDEAL LOAN CORP.
executive board will meet Immediately -

Sunrise Services was led by the following fenson.c. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
pastor Theme.He. is Not Here Monday St. Mark's Day ATSgtiiiif.jRYOUR
He js Risen. Phyllis Ferguson Low Mass .. ., ...w 8:30.. irN1mu..M1d -

'k e was at the organ. .
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We are praying for our sick
here and eU'fr ere.
i
II Sunday will be youth Sunday.
They have their speaker, C. A. CREDIT IS O,
PorOock. The public is invited to
tome and hear this young man
at 11 am. You will miss a treat
if you don't come out and hear
.
this speaker.
BAKER'S

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY _1leJi:

George Savitt known as "Phil
aafer- to the Miami Times
Readers and press representative ;
for the What Assembly of Miami North
will discus* -Is Adversity a
81cwdn?" 7 pm. Sunday. April
MRS. R. H. LEE 24. at the Baha'i Center 137 NW
llth ave. Everyone is cordially'
Many women are competing invited to participate in this dis
for the honor as queen of Greater cussion. NO MONEY DOWN
New Bethel (Please join us

and Ibo will win this covet MORNING STAR BAPTIST
ed honor i

Mrs Callie Foster, wife of Rev. 314 NW 23rd Street
O. W. Foster, pastor of Antioch Rev. I. Clayton pastor take many months to !
Baptist Church Miami will be Sister Sadie Ellis: reporter pay
Sunday School __... 93:0
the at
principal speaker them Morning service ......... 11:30
service. BTU _... S3 fcuji|the Clothing ** Furnlf
Mrs. R. II. Lee wife of the Rev. : ure Appliances
Evening service ...........-. ':SCI
R. 1L Lee pastor of the Greater ., V' '.yfexV'.
ylipwpvH: : : '; ,"Vv' ": -
New MtOlive Baptist Church
Fort Lauderdale will be the FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH y jtlkiw sj
principal speaker of the evening '
service. Brownsville
Rev. E. P. Brown pastor ft -
Both speakers of the women and outstanding. are dynamic You are always welcome <>| f Jp| |

religious, social and civic figuresin It is Men's Day all day Sun sout/Ys o/dest credit department stores?
their own community day. April 24 with Bro. Archie
......_..
Mrs. Caws Foster is a member McKay heading the program
of Antioch Baptist Church a committee and Bro. Leroy Bryant J wwwwwrwwwwrrr..r..rrrrr..r. .i
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teacher a t the Robert 'Russ&n and Deacon' July Cooper as fcffitt or Mn |f tfcif c0t*.

member Moton Elementary of the order School of and the a chairman are looking and forward co-chairman.to a huge We :. ADDRESS. . . . . .. .. . :./ | ii'., .; .; -

Eastern Star. success spiritually as well as financially : 'IfHE. . . . . . . . . ; cownf wb op n d'or
Speaker for the morn

Mrs. R. H. Lee is Mount a member Olive of, ing. Rev. R. M. Lee of Boynton i Hew ..... .. .......... . your lmm dfaf i/s*.
the Greater New Beach and the evening' speaker

Baptist Church Ft Lauderdale will be Rev. C J. Bumey of : EMPLOYER. . . . . . . . .
the chairman of the Memorial Friendship Baptist Church We I 1 / '

committee In the General Baptist are expecting you ADDRESS . . . . . . . ;
State Convention, a member of
the order of the Eastern Star anda HOLY REDEEMER : Ud 2 P .c. Milan Y.. tine CIMit i
member of the N.W. BranchY I I 1
Mass T and 10 (Sundays) ji: . . . . . . . . . .i
You owe It to yourself to bear Novena 7:30 (Wed night
these two inspirational messages. Baptism by Appointment ::2. . . . . . . . . . .
Jasf
Plan to spend the day at Greater Information Clan 8 pjn. In ......._-- -..-.-.-..---.....--.__._._._ J Soy "C/iarge rI
New BetheL The sal committe School. All are invited
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Endorses Ted DavidIn



M order for its constituents' to
II vote more Intelligently and effectively -
for cndidatitt for
governor was as
in the May Primary, follows:
the Florida Voters League comtoecd -

of ministers, professional llayden Burns ..._.._ -, 1
men and business men met Saturday votesJohn

t afternoon. April 16. in the M. McCarty .._.....-......,. 2
'- d auditorium of Williams Homen- Doyle E. Carlton ..._.. ?......,. 16
.,. r tar, School. Gainesville. Ted' E. David ......................__ 31

This meeting was held specifically This( outcome means that the
to hear and to act on a report majority of the delegates favored
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of the Research: Committee 1 supporting Ted David in the gubernatorial -
appointed by the president, Edwin race.
D Davis. The subsequent balloting

The work of the research com. shows that delegates favored the
.. mittee voting records as well as following:
err bills, sponsored by the 10 gubernatorial W. R. Hancock Commissioner
of Agriclture.
--- .1 candidates with specific
A Men's Retreat was held at -- emphasi* pertaining to civil .J Edwin Larson state treasurer. .
Holy Redeemer Church on Sun. I rights. The committee' also concerned
day, A prill 3 Men from Holy EBENEZER METHODIST NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST itself with the several Charles J. Bodner. Justice of

Redeemer, St. Francis Xavier, Rev Aaron D. Hall pastor Rev. W. M. Mason pastor I other candidates and incumbents Supreme Court.
Si Phillip and St. Augustine Ernestine L. lIambr. k. reportat I Rose and Mary Minter, reporter engaged in the other statewide Thomas S. Fouls Secretary of

churches were represented at Sunday School ...........,...,,,, 930 political contests. State.
the day of prayer. The spiritual Sunday School .. ...... ,.. ..31 i I )'lorn1ntonhp ----- --.-.. 11:00 There' was a !fine rcrponse Some racea were net acted' on.
conferences were preached by the Morning service ..-._ 11:01 BTU 530 frt n delegates representing' all of It was mutually agreed that
Rev John) Barry CJSS.R. of St. Evening service ..__... '7.-OV Evening worship ......,"....,, '7:00 the Congressional Districts which these results represent a mandate -
Philip's Church, Opa Lock Tbe of course covers all of Florida.An to govern' the delegates In
day of silence J and meditation adequate. period of time was supporting candidates' In their
began ap.m.. with a talk on de'ot0 permit delegates to
"How to be a Good Catholic." make bile( speeches on behalf of
Holy Maw followed Reading, AME Church Asked to the candidates they favorvd. The
prayer and spiritual guidance nr earch eummittee then retired
kept all absorbed until 3:30 pm. from the ,ruup fur the purposeof areasPOEMS
when benediction and the bles- rating the candidates to be
sing of the Holy Father were Step Up Massive Insistence voted on. the criteria of which
given This spiritual exercise' Vas I rating has already been men-
met with the enthusiastic approval 'ioned.
: by America's Lar***Vm,3ttdcoP .
of all the men. In a radical departure from its own churrh-itponaorrd Institution 1 Upon the return of the tin' .
customary decorum, the African the student must feel' free' I nuttre mtrrt balloting was begun .M...tt.sir ratan
ST. PAUL A. M. E. Methodist Episcopal Church today to organize peaceful drmonstra' The outcome of the balloting .$.SUI'" IIWIIS. ..I bas ax,Mee IQ

Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter opened it* executive' sessionsof I tans without fear of punishment,!
Rev. M. S. Fajrsoo pastor the general board with a dfenppline or even disapproval.,
Sunday Srhooi ___ .J4 standing ovation for "our gallant It is tneir right to So demonstrate j First and Second Mortgages Available
Morning Worship ,.._..... 11.-09 students who are fitting abuse and we should regard these
League 5:00 and striving for human dignity brave student as the hope of to.

Cventng Worship ,,...... ?...., 7.-OC' and for freedom., Today's meeting mcrrow's AmericaJ. To Property Owners
was "held at St. Andrew AME
The Men's Day of SL
Paul, corner: 4th court program' and 1U Church. Memphis TennRev. H. ---------- ---I, Would you like to have all your bills combined into
Ralph Jackson host pastor. I one small payment, and still have some money left

TEMPLE BAPTIST The cheers in which Bishovs; F. DEAL STUDIOPhone I If $1,500 or $10,000 will help you at a time like
and clergymen joined, came as a
Sunday School "...........-. ".JO spontaneous reaction to the call FR 4-3034 this, I let me get it for you.
Morning woshlp ".,,........ 11:00 to order by Bishop Sherman L. 307 N.W. 2nd Aye Today is not a day too soon to phone if you wantto
BTU 5.-08 Greene board chairman as he
loan.
Evening worship ....,,.. _m. TOO pointed out that "no reputable Wo ashy and Ontario' akturoo of apply for a

gathering can convene in these 'loved at half ,rIe..
Easter services were inspiring your onto H. DA VIS
and spiritually loUfting. The times, without taking some positive
and definite action againstthe W. Make All Klntfo of Pktaroa
combined choir was at its best in MORTGAGE BROKER
rising tide of abuse of the
.
rendering the occasion.apropriate The children's anthans program for- Law and against the threat of being - -- Phone FR 9-8531 Eves. NE 3-6754
engulfed by an AnvriAnt -
at 3.30 was one of the best Register Today!
doctrine of hate as ungodly
ever presented by the young
as South African "apar1fwoid" - - - -
churoh - --
people of the
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Hitting out at those "ho unholy
Sunday at the 11o'okJC'k
morning
hands and voice against nefarious ,
Mf'Vicrn1or CKUtens' practices in distant lands:
Club members wits be in the name of Dtmocracy. and'
special guests AU the choirs will I at the most 10ft..... and wtak RENTAL BARGAIN
1ItOI"for" the day The public Uinvited.
at the same' atrocities here in the ,
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United States. Bishop GrfttM'1
The Sunday School will sponsor
called for an expanded role fJTi
iU Baby Contest at 3JO pm. the church in the apparent ma- ;
A spicy program is promised. 'i\v insistence and determination

The Rev Joseph Smtth missionary on the part of Negroes, adding: NEW CBS BUILDING
of the Atlantic Coast "'We roust give articulate expression -
Flaptis* Association will pay nil and support to the student -
official vtsM at the '7 pm. service protest movonenta In our

and will preach. 2 BEDROOM APTS.

Oniag! The Missionary Society. CONSOLIDATE YOUR -
).tr.. Florence Hepburn, BILLS
presMk-At, win pre&cynthe First Wo Refinance Your
Fruits" a playlet in four ices Mort ages
early in May Watch for the date N. Payments Until March 1

N. Balloon.r a* low so
$1,000 $15 Month $16.00
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960 Board No. 3 of Greater I Anywhere you live in Dade

"Accomplishment, Bethel AME Church, was guest at: County can
you
the home of Mrs. Belle llezekiah,
Women's Day ,atSt.lPeter' MEN'S DAYSPEAKER not authorship honored to have with.. us the
mother of the board, Mrs. Rosa VOTE FOR. .
{ I don't care WHO 830 NW lit Ave. for Easter
The pastor Rev. Richard De- morning breakfast. We were ..
veaux and members of St. Peters authors a Brown. Our pastor and wife. Rev,
American: Catholic Church 1811 and Mrs. S. A. Cousin Ed Cherry,i
NW 4th court cordially invite legislative measure Dennis Smith Jack Monroe,
to their Fifth Annual Wo-
you Robert Clarke and ether co-
man' Day celebration: on Sunday 4
.only HOW workers. The breakfast was a
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o'clock. a
3
afternoon April 24 at I
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v beautiful and delicious, and enjoyable
will be Mrs.liarra .
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Principal speaker
occasion.
Worthy. Mrs. E. V. Petersen it benefits the

sponsor. A unique and Interesting 1 Florence Washington is president
program has been plan- people of Florida. r
ned. .
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;Recital SundayThe No Down Payment
Bethany S. D. A. Church v t
presents in recital, Mildred Evelyn "Unbelieveable Savings"
Jooes, soprano, Norman
Thornton, Baritone and the Tested and Approved"
North Dade High School Concert :. 4 e Refrigerators, Wringers 3"r
Orchestra, Sunday, April 24 at Automatic Washers and
4 Din at Bethany Academy auditorium .
5001 NW 24th ave. Admission ) Dryers, Gas and Electric
adults $1.00 children We. 9/ Ranges, all makes, all sizes

Message of Thanks $29.00 up
JACK D. GORDONFOR
My sincere thanks and appreciation ---- Warehouse Clearance on all
to you for the many and REV. J. E. BROWN Hollywood beds and
varied kindnesses extended during THE
my recent lllivT.To The Men'i Day. program of St. MattressesFree
my doctor Nathaniel Col- Paul AME Church, corner 4th ct Delivery SCHOOL BOARD
ston, tor physical care, to my and 19th *t.. will be celebratedon '
minister Rev E. M. Thomas Mt.Calvary Sunday, April 24. The speakerfor MEb Buy now and save!! Candidate
at Large
Baptist Church for spiritual -
the morning service will be Dave's Trading Post
uplift, to Greater Bethel Rev J. E. Brown of New Hope in Group 2
usher board and to all persons Baptist Church. CARLTOH 749 N.W. 62nd St.
who In any way. helped me on toredovery The chairman Samuel Stafford -' PL 7-0121 LEVER 45BPd.
I say thanks. is asking the cooperation ofaU
kin Mattie Brooks hi. friends to make this a GOVERNOR Dally to 9 p.m.-Sunday to t p.m. ( Pol. Adv.)

great day. Remember, April 24. .
Message of Thanks _I
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1 should like to extend sincere ...aN/M.......N.te...... TAMPA FLORIDA SUNDAY APRIL 10 1960
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Thanks end grateful appreciation REGISTER TODAY
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to my wonderful co-workers and I I
friends and efficient hospital Your Vote is Needed. Advertise -- It Pays!
staff for all the many kindnesses Florida Politics
shown me during my recent ill- -- -
ness. I
Special thanks are extended to MEET ALL THE ,CANDIDATES Oy MARTIN WALDRON
my attending physician Dr. William -
Patterson, for the excellent Tribune Staff Writer
physical care given' me and to
Father Elisha Clark. along with POLITICAL David is Driving AheadIn
the members of the Church of the
the past -.Arric David has conuiuud u> drive ahead mainly en
Incarnation for the spiritual
guidance extended me. Surely U.e impctu Proved b> n*. .wtap ken headline ef the r*.e issue
your prayers and good wishes RALLYSponsored and th* Senate fork Chop Gft c.

made my recoverymuch easier. David's office' r tM* *l WtMy..< David IM fatten M.OUO in
Special thanks again
are extended -
to my faculty., cafeteria by raalled-ln cuntribut.cm ;ft the !**< fuw ct ysMiti $Itx*g mare bring
personnel custodial staff and students given after persona' ; interview

for their at North thoughtfulness Dade High School which Dade County Democratic Executive Pessimistic two "'-<*** a*, out their ...*. of Making Un

was expressed by. visits cards CommitteeAT runoff. the David Ik'UpltIUM new" they may &. ft

flfwters, fruit and telephone calls.
Hay each of you know that I can Collins Giving Aid to David
never thank you enough.. GREATER BETHEL AME CHUCH
May. God continue to bless each Reports m Tallrbaasee are that Gov. Lt jr CoOtm (4( lending
245 N.W. Street
8th
of secret encouracmvfnt David .Ad has a4vfc Ms
you. Ie iv>n him en cam.pain. -
Charles D.
WycheHOUSE .

l ...-" Thursday, April 28th Davki'Ss surreal M.r ini, wfV fti* steuM & cal to 4A< Nero

voters and pr&fpfcriona>l fUttet..M expect Hurt il the situation rt-
7:30 P.M. SHARP .
mains as it is. David s4l1,1 W4oM.
I! FOR SALE SHORT SPEECHES REFRESHMENTS SERVED Previously..Mils veto hM bn waste as sale lr Cartion.

SPECIAL!! YOUR VOTE IS VALUABLEUSE But the WauchuU State Seater, ftejrtec it **e t. tine vest in

$495 Down IT WISELY COME OUT EARLY the first primary, ha .tot tfweti el the mH* my veto JewWt as weir

(I'ad Pol>> Adv J as Negro. by speaking in g :t a'nnc fiPlM'f&Ut .MM isinn .( Interest -
1 Mortgage $15 week them.CarHen .
I- U to !
Par All i>ro*>a3.> u.u ) gc' t. v back H+ sal. primary -
Total $6,995
-If he makes o
1-bedroom. Terrific for COME TO THIS RALLY

widow or couple. Clean AND MEET

FAIR REALTY TED DAVID IN PERSONHe

6200 N.W. 2nd! Ave. will speak at 7:30 p.m. SHARP!II!
PL 7.1645 (Paid PoL Adv)
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ow DISTRICT TED DAVID I

,.. A Member of The Board Since 1953

COMPETENT DEDICATED

EXPERIENCED GovernorFAIRNESS


PULL LEVER 43-B (Paid Pol Adv.)
FOR ALL FLORIDA

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DRAG RACERSENTENCED I
qtr:. Elizabeth Tinker, 'ecotn-
pnicd b1 Mr
daughter, Mr*.
Continued from page Dolly Sounders and daughter.
arrived In Miami last week' on
racers when they are involved in vanUon. They are guests of MIL
death." M. Johnson of 1531 NW lit et.
Ward and George' Reed. 26, of
1660 NW 6th ct were drag racing .Q
last Sunday on NW 6th ave. T.V. RADIO

Reed and an innocent victim REPAIR SOLD Jt
adze Joan Venhenx<\ 22-yea-old Rentals and
white -woman of 624 NW 118th *L Bought
died. The woman was a passenger Drive-in Save Money
in a sports car that Reed ran Free tube testing
Iota Authorized Factory

- TV Repair Co.

923 N.W. 62nd St.

SERVICE PLaza CALL 1-8381 1.50
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: Mrs, Atie Gary Dr tams Juhnscn photo.
HOME In one painted inside and out, BOARD BEGINS G W Hawkna: Dr Malcolm
$495 down and $75 WORK
easy application! month. per

Kw yea. aaa fcav ss..... Members of the James E. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
......eaq to. 1t7Je...... 2948 NW 60th St., 3 bedroom Scott Board of Directors heM I
Mfr that.... .. hs. no.fa house their first meeting last Wednesday SATURDAY APRIL 23, 1960 PAGE 13
battaa. humid ...... large front since the election of seven ,
...,....t.u.. Uracttoata, porch, fenced yard for a new monhrr to the board at the
..aajrbaak ..ana... la large family. $495 down I annual meeting March 30. Why be Out of Style?
vary packaf*. and balance like Officer elected for the I960-
rent. II year are Garth C. Reeves, Lt us convert your doublt FOR RENT
0>tENTf.><......hr..w sal president; Dr Edwin S Shirk, breast suit to. single breasted, .
6135
'ael-........ Mew W\ NW Gist St. Very nice first vice: Rev WUIiafn K William narrow lapel. $11 up.
M90ULAM .nasal house fenced yard partly I ( *. second vice; Mist Lillian Your Smlllnx Tailors M7 NW FurnishedApartments
...... ...srAb. furnished Only $695 down Kelley secretary; Mrs. Wilhl-1nean. 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn. Prop.
and $85 per month.Be Rhetta. assistant, and Mn indf
m TWO ocxct jut $121Don't J L Diron treasurer ADULTS ONLY
sail aeaaaawr The iwHy elected members of
e+w!YL b safe, not sorry." We can the board (I directors include I>r
Ss,61ap finance your automobile liability Ben 1! Atkinson Rev P S: STORESLOW NA 1-6953
Brown Father R4 ert DrGrandic.
81 on easy monthly paymen ).f,... Franc" J&III vf"tt.. Mr*. :r[ ry(>rcyc yc xyOrOCyO ,
ta.Goodman's. Naomi Relic, Dr George K. ,.
Sands and Mrs Patricia Summers
RENT
_AU..nc .. ,
.. Real Shown seated are Mrs. Sum* 1 007' LOCATION
11 .. I men Father DrGrandfak Dr. FOR RENT

Estate & Insurance Sand, Dr Shirley.. Mfca K..U.Ind .,-, N.W. 3rd Ave.
Mr Reeve Standin are 2.BEDROOMAPARTMENT
--- -- George William Mrs. Rhetta.Eurrne
2688 N.W. 62nd Street Kemp, Mrs. Dixon and SET UP FOR
Fret Fight! Mia Olive Alexander' executive -
Phone OX 1.0380 secretary BARBER SHOP andEFFICIENCIES

Join The NAACP Other board members' not
mentioned or pictured are Leon* BEAUTY PARLOR
829 NW 7th Ave.FR .

Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE HUDSON TO SEEK1REELECTION FISH BAR.B.QUE and POULTRYPROFESSIONALS 4-8890

ALSO CONTRACT

PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

Li 9f Md and Insured AND OTHERS

Colors Mined Free. free Estimation and Conultitl

Time payment plan av.ilable-Phone PL 9-3231 C. FOR RENT

Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. FLA. REALTYFR
ROOM HOUSEFURNISHED
4-4556


1st MORTGAGE LOANSON

YOUR HOME UP TO $3,000 2186 NW 5th Av.


QUICK ACTION LOW COSTS NOW! For aslittle FR 4.8890Honeymoon
Today W M "Newt" Hudacn,
Fair Realty Offers You a New Service veteran constable of the First
Durtrkt of Dade County announced -
Fast Inspection Courteous Service Come in that he will be a candidate! to or
r"rw rekction hd ?n ms I
Open Daily 9 to 6 p.m. Let us Help record ol outstanding service to
the comrmnUty for the past 16 much Stilts
6200 N.W. 2nd Avenue PL 7-1645 years as
Hudaon pninto out that it ts in.
.. .... .. -.. "' .... -- ...-- ten lin I0 compare: the growth as Tue.kb 10 ia.elC-YCN Guarantees to give Your
of hta office> with the tree endous can bare a stake ,U the II Marriage Year Around
V'f."o01 Dade County throu t I growth of Amcrka'i U4 Honey Moon Uapp De..
the years lie aars heat in 1SM3, .
THE PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ART & SOCIAL CLUB which was his first year as Con log ladutries.Ibso. Regardless of your age,
stab!* his office' handled less I M Wise [.4.s '- Height or the type of work
Invites clubs, friends and well wishers to its than 1.000 proceaae*. and to th. ..IJIINCOME I do
handled you
.. year 19V9. the proceaae*
mere in excess' of I .800. FREE at home msasuramanta far
Third Annual Fashion Show Hudson has beef) a resident of PLANNING married coup!.* only" In u.. i l
Dade County for M years Umarried ASSOC. Inc. Miami area i
and banquet at MI Club on Thursday, April 28 and the father of three W.7S to couples! walgMna; I Mar i
children He attended: Rhrefs4d 5830 S.W. 73rd Street than 250 Iba. [ .
A good time in store for all Military Academy Hollywood, ft.75 for couple wf hlnf faire
Fla and the law school of Mercer Miami 43, Fla. than no Iba.
University in Macon, Ga. HtU
a member of Floral Park Phone MO 1.1131 D. It Yourself .
Methodist Church where he has 15.75 to tlO to have lnUll4 I*
will Mrs. E. been a member of the Official Your Horn
of the club be at
The next meeting Board of Steward for the I last 23years Send m.".)" orders Of' ,
Name .. .
a member of all Masonic f
Ie
65th St. Monday April 25 at measur.ment r.awot
Clements, 1823 NW bodlee! AUaeatUh Uoea Club. I

lUaleah-Miaml: Springs Dies, _.___ ._ CREATIVELY YOURS (.
8 p.m. All members are asked to be present. Bustnes I Dade County Association of' Add r sa _' P. O. Box 1653

Chiefs of Police, United Commar* Miami 1, Florida
of utmost importance. eial Travelers of America, City" ....-..----. InDEATH
Woodmen of the Work, and AFL
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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA A CANVAS ROOF son will grow under the guidance
I I of Rev Edward T. Graham

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960AkngFreedom'sRoad PHIL OSSOFER AND A CAMPFIRE who twill direct Religious Emphasis
activities.: Mentally and physically
SAYS: I BRIGHT your son will grow under

... .... ........ .... ..... ..." II the supervision of a trained staff.
I Reminisce and enjoy again that will give him an opportunity -

Easter has come and gone once your living in the out-of-doors to participate in major and
bringing the of in a camp on a site equally as minor ports, namely: swimming
again, us message
Resurrection and the spiritual beautiful as the one on which diving, canoeing, boating, hikes
the YMCA Boy's Camp is located riflery archery cook-outs,
life. Before let this subject'
we
-- By RUTH PERRY will camft and natural crafts.
slip from our minds for another on Lake Placid. Here you tes
----------- --- And a sloping terrain with' plenty
year (alas!) let u* meditate on Over 100 campers enjoyed
Last week I discussed. one of, stacles and positive discouragement its meaning I of grass, trees, wild flowers weekend at Owaissa Bauer the
and lIMn! animals. The birds exemplify -
the reasons why the NAACP is engendered' by fears of last of March Put your child'sname
To me, the lesson of the Resurrection the beauty of Florida to
waiting list now for
on a
and physical
carrying on its Fight for Freedom economic reprisal
is not the physical, but nothing of the canning littlerabbits
say
another "weekend May.
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with determination and vig harm. The following facts speak
yt the fl *'h .is flesh; and that and recoons which area
Let not forget Day Camp
for themselves their devastating us
or. This week I will talk about in
which is born of the spirit Is constantly playing in the trees which to guaranteed to be better
frankness.In
another and vital voting.REGISTRATION reason. registration 14 Mississippi counties witha spirit." (John 3-6)). Jesus, thru: and brush. Dream a bit longer than ever' this year. Registrantsare
the physical resurrection gave us and icmctnber the fun you had
total 1950 population of about I now being taken at the Carver
the example in theme-the human sitting around a campfire and
AND 230,000 of whom 109,000 wereNegroes Y for day weekend' and resident
mind of His day could understand sinking that only campers
VOTING there was not a single songs camping. Help us to help
Negro registered.In ; that mind as yet not being in*. your child to grow in mind, spirit -
One of the goals of the NAACPis three counties of Florida learned in the true realm of the I and body.
increased registration and vot spirit which i* the Kingdom of I p WAKE UP M mmie. WAKEUP
with 3,000 Negroes of voting age,
ing of Negroes, especially in the God. "God Is a spirit; and they Daddy; you have dreamed
South. In a democratic society,, there six were counties no Negro of Georgia voters.Jn with that worship Him must worship I long enough. Now you must planto Why be Out of Style?
the ballot.is the citizen's ultimate) there Him in spirit and in truth."I send your son to the "Y resident i
3.000 Negroes of voting
weapon. Without the ballot, a voters. age (John 2-24.) camp August 27 thru Sept. Let us convert your daub!.-
Negro
person is at best half a citizen;I were no of Alabama 3. The fee is ally (35 for members breast suit to a single breasted
In counties
with it he is armed to achieve two Jesus wa* the Way and the $36 for non-members' which narrow lapel. $11 up.
equal status. Unfortunately. th% with an adult Negro populationof Life, bringing to us the key and covers' the entire period of seven Your Smiling T.norl..n NW

vote is not as generally valued in 0 15,000. there were no Negrovoters. the road. map leading us to there days (transportation and Insurance 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn, Prop.
this country as in many other' many mansions." lie went to, Included.) Spiritually your indl
In Haywond County Tenn., no
seldom prepare for us. (John 142.)
lands for do as many as
Negro has been permitted to vote _
That receive hereon
key we must --------- ----- -
60 of the
percent potential voters
turn out for an election. Often for 50 years despite the fact that earth, if we are to be pre- New Pocket TRANSITOR RADIO Sale
the well below Negroes owq more land and pay pared to enter therein when we
: percentage is Was Now
$39.95 at Only $14.95
60 percent In areas where Negroes more taxes than white persons in go from this realm. ,
have long been free to vote l that county. ; Powerful Dynamic &p sktr-Makes a Wonderful Gift
,i Next week I will continue this What j the key It Is spiritually -
they usually have been neither I With free battery, carrying CAM and Magnetic Carphone
discussion of registration and noting ) born of the Christ teachings
more or less conscientious:! about o bringing out more shameful and watered by the example Complete line of TV'o and R.dlM-At low price
voting than their white nefei-
facts. of His sacrifices. \
Spirituality Low Repair PricesSOOTIN'S
bon. Negro' citizens need the .
Incidentally, have you registered is faith in Christ, backed by
same stimulus to register and go ? It is easier to vote here the works which prove our faith.A TV
to the polk does the
as general
population. than in Haywood County, Tenn. contract is not legal without 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.1589DRIVER'S
You can help in the fight for ccnskkration (usually a small

The acute" problem in registration freedom by making good use of sum of money offered to establish
and voting is found in the your ballot prod faith) Faith in Christ I

South according( to a pamphlet is not ethical without like consideration .
put out by the NAACP entitled in thy instance 'do
Target for 1963. In the South the ing the will .f km who sent Me" LICENSE !

Negro has l long been dlsfranchl-
The regards of
ed by the "white primary" the spirituality are
poll tax. and by tricky" registration 1 1I 1MGM evident in this world. When wIre BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
resurrected: from the death of
requirements Legal action
materUHsm into the world of
the NAACP the
by has banned
"white primary" which was the spiitualKy, we enter the King. O'BERRY'SMAGIC
dcm of Heaven on earth. Spirituality
moot effective disfranchising de
vice. Meanwhile, the number ofMates enables us to live in tint CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
better world while still existing
requiring payment' of the
this 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
in oneDrive
foil tax as a prerequisite for voting I

has been reduced to five as V ---
OX 1.5283
the result of action by the

NAACP and other groups w r Carefully!
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STILL A BIG STRUGGLE __
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Registration and voting is still r I VOTE FOR AN EXPERIENCED JUDGE j ji
not..., !jn many parts of the
South. The creation of the Civil S'Tb1

Rights Onmmission has brought i CARLOS B.FERNANDEZ.
into public view some flagrant
misuses of Negroes' voting rights
below the Mason and Dixon line.It .
is hoped' that a strenthening of : I

the powers of the Civil Right
C wnmi* ion will help to give this """ r. JHte.GIOUr e

basic right to many more southern -

Negroes. I I For Justice of The Peace District 2 I
'
Recently<< the present Civil

Rights Commission made public fe's AW. Hi I Native Floridian sj Civic Leader
nme unbeljevrable facts about I

the ballot to many Negro Amen Well QnltM I Former Miami Municipal Judge
cans. These fact are not news" to L

Southern that the Negrtca airing but of it them is hoped will U. S. CONGRESSMAN The Only Candidate With

rouse more southern Whiles to 4 T.rmaCIRCUIT JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE
take a more Just and democratic ,

view of the disgraceful situation JUDGE I ti PULL LEVER 47-B (P4. Pol. Adv.)
confronting many Negroes of
ash Yea -------- ----
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SHAMEFUL SITUATIONThe |VIsit Campaign HdqtnJ

44 W.Rooter Street
Civil Ritfits Commission Y
found that many Americans' are FR 3-5147 ELECT

denied" the franchise because of i
race (in direct violation of the
Constitution> This u accnnplishtd -
through the creation of local 15AVOTE : GEORGE S.

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E ConstableDistrict I: R.sll.at .! 0.4. c..ty fifty Years. Wr... s.l ,...,.4 .". .pr.t. ,...1.Ilarrkd .

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2 raw .k0dr.a! tftr. .! wki .,. ..,. '..i.; ... .f ... Stc.. c..ti..ti.4;

';a. .-4 I. ..w tla. .,...4 5r..ll.tk.' .I 0..,.., I..rdw! M.tr. 0.,..,.
.f t.. t.a4cU4I.. .....1 Or .f FlerW. Letla'I.";.. C....1th.t
Diligently work for the constant protection Of .,.,.,14 th ,..i.... .! ..U Stafe

businesses and homes in District 2. Law D."*. fr.. Uhr, .nty! .! M a.L 1..4 D.,........ CM.. W.ll.rFr Pr..

Constantly strive for an effective program to curb ........, .f 0.4. C..ty Florida, ...4 Ira.for....kM.u*.... F.-4..... Per

juvenile delinquency.Will A..eis.s .., A"acl..I-.

appoint a full-time Negro Deputy recom M..k r .f EI... u..... u......
0.4. COlI""'ty I..t.t. S t.t. S"'." E.Ishts. .f Y4k.;... Old FaILe'I. -
mended by a citizens committee. ........ hs Y"'". .., M;...1 I... .114 0.4. C... a..b..1

Make all eviction strictly according to the law. City; AHr..,. C.-.rca.

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Urban League Celebrates II I
BRAND NEW I CBS HOUSE

Lovely 1-bedroom, 2 bath and
FOR RENT3Bedrooms
garage, oak floors the roof builtIn I

Fiftieth AnniversaryMIAMI electric kitchen

1354 N.W. 59th St. LARGE LIVING ROOM
e1 Open J.S p.m. JE 1.1140WE KITCHEN BATH ROOM
UNITSTARTED The agencies staff and bl-ra- are Preston Bird, Judge L. E.
dal Board of Directors found] Thomas Mrs. nn Coleman and BUILD NO MONEY Unfurnished
IN 1944The themselves" through the yean' on Mrs. Russell Pancoct They Ike DOWNWe
important committees throughout the 5,000 men and women now Fireplace, solar system
National Urban League the community and a put of serving' on Urban League boards have loU to build In Liberty >V4 block from public school
founded in April. 1910 came into many programs which makes for: and committees, throughout the City area. 115x105 corner 1 block from Junior High
being as White and Negro citizens the betterment of the community country, have given freely of
saw the U a whole and to 110105 corner Large Front Porch
need of a long improve interracial their time to open new Jobs,
range bl'08d1)bued social engineering relations. housing and family opportunities Cash paid for lots or home
program to help Negroes Adequate housing for the Negro fur Negroes in Dade County. $26.50 Week
take advantage of oppor community has always beena SEYMOUR BARON
tunities in the city and to encourage major concern of the Urban 5238 NW 24th Court
Licensed .
their white neighbors to League. Working with Federal REGISTER )IP. Builder Insured
make these opportunities available Housing Administration, the TODAY

From on its the basis of merit. eight League local secured lending the first institutions 61 ap- "iIt''A: -._---_& --- ...... .... .... .
has attacked beginning social problems the League the plica nu for niA insured loans at : f TKMXMTxLJ *""'W8y; >3Bfr fc1gl>tgpjffitfSgtfyVfl\tpEt1pntiCe1; .I!!=_IIL.; & ;; 'L.-:&.:.= (|

existence of which is often unknown eight local lending Institutions. ,
to the average white citi Although there was some appre
zen. It has denned and served hension because of distance from
social needs of a Negro minority Miami and place of work the First Time
which that minority's own leadership Leeague> encouraged the developers > Offered
has sometimes failed to of Richmond Heights, a I
Mme community housing over 1,000
U League ha* had to non-white families.
aeveiop its awn tools Dot a spec


table of self-interest ial common by task of persuasion around undijputable The sense of tools cool the and and became headed facts conference the intelligent leverage backed those discussion -- fessional graduate repository The and Urban staff training of social regarding League socio-economic Includes workers has whose the a become sociologist Negro with pro'Information a. I FOR SALE I It



became applied by the Urban League grup and to solution has buttressed of' weal' its problems "approach -.
that EiI
of "
specific conscience
with facts
obtained
and the basic desire of the aTft'dUz.en social research One such through study t .
age good citizen.to be regarded as a was the Touring Market nalysis
of Dade County and the nature BY BUILDER
Dr. Warren Banner research and the nature and the extent of
director of the National Urban the non-whlte families to be displaced )
League came to Miami in 1943 at by the expressway.In .
the invitation of the Council of It,.. the Urban League ea-' m
Social Agencies to make a studyof tablished a vocational Cervices "
the social economic conditions department whose two main a<'-I t :
of the Negroes of Dade County,I thrities were to give vocational tutI
and from recommendations In the i counseling and to work
rtudy came! the organization of schools to Insure adequate with'I Four UnitBuildings
the Negro Service Council In I, tional guidance For its 8
W4 which later changed its in the area' the Greater Miami I
name' to the Greater Miami. Ur. Urban League has twice beengiven .
on League I the Thalheimer Award for
This group was the first interracial the mart outstanding program of :t ,.
organization to consider any of the 83 Urban League af.
together the problems fac.ng filiate This department's activity ttt
Dade County's Negro population. of job placement of Nearoo g
Their first joint effort was to bated on merit has been
an on going function to the
ralMmotM'1 to construct a community
building to house all of League for lob placement and art ON ENTIRE BLOCK |_
the Negro groin work agenciesin guidance, and counseling activities #
have involved 1.141 youth ;
a community building. A. L.Remolds.
Florida Power and and adults lN.
t Its April 20 Hoard Meeting 6 I
LJgfet Company official, became

chairman president of with the J Ilutlding E. Preston Committee nf which the' National is the date League> of the movement founding' )! W. 12th Ave. just off 79th St.$ =ulu

The building was completed SO year* 10. Karl Bishopric, 1' h
in 1943 prwident (4 the United Fund
ency announce the Miami ."
The White and Negro directors 8
volunteering their service by League will honor 12 of the ,
working on dAtttttHrrs, such chapter trxrJtft *t lunch. Some b W
u
the and of the living. charter' membersROPTUREEASER t
Health Welfare Committee
. worked too.,.. that health J 8 BUILT I
and welfare services' were made

available. As a result to the of Negro their community activitiesI FINEST And BEST

agencies made their: service available ea_s.a_M Y P

.to such Negroea as day new nurseries needed' servwta and- if45" ltj LOCATION IN THE CITY t
plant for the blind were created. but
Over the years the Greater aisle i
Miami Urban League has pointedout ; : .n.
... ...... *
to
governmental agencies thenreds ink IP
or absence of resources! ... 'JJ Flat Tile Roofs Ceramic Tile Baths iyiii
available to the Negro froup. an = J ltalt
From thee conferences, have .. .. -
come. increased recreational) fa- ::-c.::: .... I Porches Custom Kitchen \\u\\
...
ethos Northwestern High --- .. 'If. {
School with vocational faculties, == __j erLw..wr i ihqt.IM .*R>
a program' of maternal and infant H Electric Kitchen Highest Elevations
care at Jackson Hospital to. DRUG CO. :t J j
name a few. 1400 N.W. ti. 4v., MUmU Fla. |fj r1N"

8; Fully Furnished Air Conditioned |f 8'IK .

HIOhlarrd 4.losS Frto Coneultitl.n .u.u
!
>](
SOUTHERN CLINIC rj_{ lfV7sell/ as one parcel or sell each building/ |=;-

Urinary and Chronic Diseases &
$L.b.
Hours: 10.4 Ur CORAL WAY separate i

Cv*. by Apt. (Near 27th Av..) r dui

Closed Wed. But N*. 4 ta ...., =u ft
H
h
!jF H

1) 9! These buildings. require a substantial I down payment, .:'U:t P!

tcr TOP QUALITY I ITtOWPWCE5 1Rt jj;; but builder will take frame building, lots or land in ;?.ui j jf I

% trade. See the four pink buildings at the corner of 77th ;:"r;

y: Terrace and N.W. 12th Avenue. !.j.::$.

fu3 $!!
rr. Owner. lives at 7734 N.W. 12th Ave. ;U:

..::"f.
s sat&=

sue, : acuvrlt. >! t1p Q Q 1I1rAll G ,|: Please call PL 4"7165 for Appointment Fu3(I

tt;; ?
e ltatr' -2:
Mo .f0 i+_ k! y. i 4 7atl+, :
Harold Jolllvttts. M .. nr.?" ", ;":.'.. ... .r ........-- ,, J
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MIAMI TIMES SATURDAY APRIL 23, 1960 LULLABY NURSERY

.. --- -- Babies six months up given
loving conscientious care by
mother with medical and child
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD
i welfare background. Hours 7 ajn.
iI I t 7 pjm. Formulas and special

diets adhered to. Lullabye Nurse -

"v 5300 NW 26th ave. apt 25.
OF THANKS CARD OF THANKSThe

I Spiritual Help?
family of the late The family of the late,

MAGGIE WILLIAMSwho ROBERT HUDSONtake
Come unto all
that labor
departed this life March 26, :his method of expressingt ye
and are heavy laden, and I will
wish to thank the many friends icir thanks and appreciation to
give rest. Take
and neighbors for their kindness their many friend for kindnesses I you my yoke upon
and learn of
cards, telegrams, and flowers shown during their bereavement you me; for I am
meek and lowly in heart and
during their hours of bereave I Special thanks to the ye
pa'-I LOVELY HOME. Adult $25 shall find rest unto soul
FOR RENT your ; tot
ment. Special thanks to Rev. E. tor officers and members and all
M. Thomas Mt. Sinai week.<< New colored section my yoke is easy and my burden
BaptistChurn the auxiliaries of Temple
Hghf SL Matthew 11 A. .
of NE 5-5566
and Richardson Mortu bed Privilege buying.
tist Church; the neighbors NICELY FURNISHED three
BaP-1 Do
want and
you success happiness
ary. court and 5th at. Revs. room he use. Quiet surroundings
Mrs. Julia Jackson Mkkins, J. L. Johnson in Opa Locks (Bunche Park1 NICE furnished room for rent. or you are having family
And Family H. Frith'l of nice Prefer gentleman. 334 NW Hthit troubles or cross conditions
Ferguson, G. Sawyer, P arca) Desirous clean ,
Bearers Lodge No. 13, Grand quiet family For Information; apt. 5. Phone FR 1-4822. Whatever your problema are,
United Order of Odd Fellows, call NA 16654. Ap V I -- write today. Send $5.00 donation!
NICE furnished room. Cooking I for up-keep of candles burning
Household of Ruth and Good Sa-
IN MEMORIAMIn maritan. May the Lord bless EFFICIENCY APT. Partially\'TV and phone privileges. 1186 on the altar. This is for a limited

y 00. ever I I furnished 1966 NW 60th St. Call NW 56th It. Phone PL 75832. time only Write Bishop Baker

tad but loving of Mrs. Beatrice Hudson wife' NE 3.8203. 3822 Prospect Ave. apt. lot
memory ,
1 and 2 BEDROOM APTS. Refrigerator Cleveland, Ohio.
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dear brother and choir Jane
our di Mrs Carey niece I I '
rector Mrs. Elizabeth Brown, nece FURNISHED. ROOM 1986 NW stove. 834 NW 70th st
s. x
I 157th I st Cooking facilities. Phone Phone NA 1-6953.
'
NE 36203. TROY'S BEAUTY SALON
.In
IN ROO the heart of Liberty
sh MEMORIAMIn 738 N.W. 3rd Ave.Phoasj .
j jour HOUSE. 2-bedroom In Browns CIt, 1529 NW 67th st. OX 1-1877

sad but loving memory of yule 2930 NW 51st terr. Call NE FR 4-9180
dear son.JOHN !I 49925 and ask for Mrs. Jordan. Unfurnished three bedroom
hxuse. Good surroundings. $2130 Cutting' Styling TlntingManicuring '

ROOM. Private entrance. Preferably week. One bedroom cottage completely I

I a man. Call PL 43603.I furnished, good sun
1381 NW 60 st Mrs. Davts.I I rounding. $1630 per week. Specialty .f the Month:
Apply at 1934 NW 58th St. '
NE 58915. I! Frt Eyebrow Arch
ROOM FOR RENT. House to

1 11', urself Kitchen faclities Cal Mrs. Thtlma' Trey Prep.Optra .
4I \5-5283.. HOUSE 2-bedroom living room,
dining room kitchen and Florida tors:
3-BEDROOM with Florida I r cm Call OX 11814.
room, Mrs. Barbara RobinsonMr '
stove and refrigerator.' Rdablepmp
only. Call NE 4-3759 ROOM in private home Phone *. Iron Hill

2258 NW 58th at Free water and' OX 1-1814 Mr. Edward Slad'

llht.ltumRooM.

p y
I s HOUSE! furnished FOR SALELOT
or unfurnished call NE 4-3759,

... 2Z&8 NW 58th st. $85 month. Allutilitks
I paid by owner. 1749 NW 67th st Apply at MUST SELL
i
153 NW
I 69th st Phone OX
1.2483. OlUe Bass
FURNISHED APT. Free li ht* RIGHT AWAYLuncheonette

WILULAM "EH!" MILLER I and NE 50010.FVRNt5JIRD water. 1868 NW 55th terrace ll.two---roWNn.om- house 2

whu departed this life April l6. apartment all furnished. One

1059. I1 ROOM rented fcr $90 month. Paymeftte with
with bath.
Gone but not forgotten. : A A -1 F r gentkmaa. In exceifeat location ', $ISO month.for life This 1044. is.NW a good 64th income All new equipment and

"Asleep in Jesus' blessed sleep Call YMCA fr appoint si. kitchen
Frem which ment. OX 60381 5770 NW 13th
none ever wakes to
.. A. THURSTOX ave. LOT in Carver Ranches 1 a4x 15e

Mrs. Julia f'P. Williams, sister who died on Aril 25, 1K9. from owner. Caw PL 8-7423 1028 N.W. 3rd Ave.See .

St. James Baptist Church Gone, but not forgotten. LARGE New unfurnished room.1!
Choir' May light perpetual shine upon Convenient location private entrance AL After S a.m.
him and may be rest in peace ,
anple park" two bus: WANTEDELDERLY
Mr and Mrs Roosevelt
lines far working person of sober
habits. OX 19626. WOMAN to manage

IN MEMORIAMIn an 8-room furnished house. Free -_____nn__
TbDEATHS rent
loving memory of our dear -- For Rent or Sale

loved ones. HELP WANTED I
inhumes in the accuknt; five ions,I Mother's helper and to do a 8-room 2 Stucco
T.a Edward Jr.. Samuel William E, few household chores in exchange story
Franklin L. and David U.; four for room and board and a small home. Centrally located.

eniors daughters Mesdames Elizabeth 1.JarNA 16953. Large yard, fenced in. All

Reddiek. Albertha Phillips, modern conveniences II i
Funeral services for Derrick Jul,. Ann SmWfc. and Miss Gloria SALES HELP. Opportunities for *
Lester of Homestead, who died Jean Richardson;; three brothers ambitious Negro men and women baths, hardwood floor

April 15. will be held Saturday Deacon Preston Richardson I We pay as you learn Phone FR For
morning 10 am. from Homestead Deacon: James Richardson and /-1561. ASS Information Call

"if chapel. He u survived by his' Eaton Richardson, and other I BILL KIMBRO
parents. Leroy and Mary relatives Funeral services will be NE

; ;.. v. inducted on April 23 at 11 a fa. CALL DAVE 4-3888
; The body of George Hopkins of at St John Institutional Baptist
Goulds was JUpped U> New Orleans Church of which Rev Thedford Repairs on all makes of ..a.... --
II ers refrigerators and
for burial. lie is survived Johnson fc the pastor. Rev. E. P. "Umat stoves. Free
<< Dave PI
by his wife. Olivia two sons, Bruwn of First Baptist Church of I 70121.
George Jr. and Paul. Brownsville will deliver the
I eulogy. Burial will be conduct I House for Sale
I
,4a i Jt House of Albert. I Cemetery ed in Evergreen Memorial I I Job OpportunitiesThe OPA LOCKAA

II I
I Greater Miami Urban
Georgv Reed of 1660 NW 6tic New
Leroy Giknore 3.bedroom
of NW
2O91
68th CBS
.. League
I announce
r. >urt, who was a victim of an I job opportunities
-- bl.t died
in Jackacn
ajtomubile accident Hospital on : for the fallowing posMoM. 'I Home Move right in
on April 16, i 'I
April 19. He
U survived by hiswidow.
I JAMES MIALSCAROL was sent to Charleston S. C. Fo. further information "'
Nt'ttkMt'SdAmftS Lois I'(I ins these rd-I I
April 19 where funeral services John. Ella Maudlin and UBie Wh. sobs contact H. Only $595 Down
M and burial. were conducted. lie is ''Hall. and other relatives. atley of the Urban League wc :I, $82.50
Funeral
I.
survived by his widow; 2 child ;' arr. nts j *::1: FR 1-6476 monthly
fuenui are incomplete One
ren. His parents of Charleston, 3skis Court Clerk mortgage only

tr* S: and four brothers. Mrs Mary Cl arc Clayton of Putting Machine Operator No Closing Costs

*M9 'NW 47th St., died at her HouseparentCummunicati.ns
Shadraek Cl.are, pioneer Mi. daughter's residence on April 30 T >ciue4 o FAIR REALTY

umian. died in Kendal Hospital Survivors include her M+sband. Co mu buns. Operator (female 6200 NW 2nd Ave
Apnl 18. Funeral
+eY' services willb Garfield two acne! James and ) PL
.' held Saturday. April 23 at 3 Carol, two daughter. Mesdames J1.* :ace Officer 7.1645
pjm in the chapel. He will lie in Gladys Solomon and Athaiie rirefiafeterRecreation
repose at tn home 361 NW 6tA Muin; .
A brother. William An StiprtYtfor male and :
I terrace apt. 1 from 7 f m. Friday drew .everal grandchildren. female) I
until funeral time. His survivors Funeral services will Knia >
be conducted **riag draftsman (mccantca' -
.ncude: three daughters, a MoD, at Bethany Seventh Day Adventist :', electrical electronic DO YOU HAVE
j f ur brothers and two sisters.
J Church at a time and ate ftHierahVc
I I Interment tn Lincoln. t.) be announced.
PROBLEM 1Confidt'l.aial

: Range .trot.


II I. Rvv. Edward D Riehadwn of Advice on All

If -- 2752 NW 49th *.., died in Jackn Affair
MiltS r Mortal on April 17 fallowing -

I. Mho departed this life April 19,, : his admission on Friday I ** N
II 1958.I April 15 lie was the Vktkn of I 'IILr/1 Mer fl ""T HIN i VNde' TTOStR Call for Appointment
an auuvnobtie accident whicheeurrsd I

I 1 Peace be to thy souls dear onel. at the intersection of $ Phone NE 4-2569
Well do I know that NW 37th Iand 50tb ..t. Rev.
Safely thou d'\vilest under the K.ehardon Ass a well known ---..
i M-Milan, -:!.:: ANASTASIAExperienced
Shadow of God. having come here from .
And yet to think that thou no I Madistm, Fia. over 36 years ao.He .

More art with us on earth tastofvd Antioch Baptist Mental
Grieve the heart and saddens Church of Brownsville for 13 Counsellor

The thcught yoars and very recently began the a ry w
Rest in the strong arms of Hwn pastorate of another coagregatiott .

..,;tr who doeth all tfein* ,wel.Mnr. !. ift the vicinity of Brownsville. C MID r..al t it.cM r t 2715 N.W. 28th St.
Margaret Mimi Survivors iodudc his widow -
And Family Gutsie. who also. sustained Ct:1: NW ;.Se.: 1. A".nt,. OX "r4: -




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Only Dade County NHS CHOIR ''
AT 15
WORKSHOPSAT MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Residents Can Enter INCARNATION< I

Junior CollegeThe The Northwestern Senior High FAMU THIS I SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960 PAGE 18 I


Dade Ccunty Junior College School Chcir will be the feature SUMMER
ed
which will teen: this Fall In with guest a program at Solemn of sacred Evensong music I Mrs. L. S. Davis and Dr. M. O. rector; Operation Care aD4
two centers (Central at NW 93th TALLAHASSEE A
total
on Sunday. of Alston co-directors. Maintenance of Farm Tractors'
April
24.t the ,
and NW 17th ,
St ave. and Northwestern '
Church of the Incarnation IMS 15 workshops, institutes, and July 25-29. Dr. Walter X* Johnson
at NW 0th st and 12th NW 4th st at 7JO pjn. This "work conferences' will be held at Workshop for supervisors and director; Poultry. August 1*
ave.) b accepting applications for pro- principals July 6-23. Dr. A. E. W. L.
5. Date director
cram will conclude the series of Florida A and M University during ; Building
.admission.
sacred musk for the Teele, director; Home Food Freei- Management' and Maintenance' ,
season, the nine-week' ummcr term, ing, July 12-15. Nathaniel Say R. E.
Admission! will be granted hence we hope that all members July 11-18. Webber and W.
to bona fide resident only and fiends will make June IS August 6. There will her, director; School Lunch July E. Lee, co-ordinators; Automo.
of Dade a specialeffort '
not be 1'7-29, Dr C O. Marquees di live Technology June 1
20-July
County and only to those w to attend our season's final a six-week term this ,
hare o State
rector Conference
for S. L.
director
Beasley. and
high school graduates prcgram. These programs have summer
in.c'.udinx
Teachers of Vocational
griculture Beauticians. July 11-22 Mrs. E.
brought
those great culture
who have to the
a certificate July 24-29
A. Marshall
U
di M. director.
church and Cromer
Speaking of
of high school equivalency. community the cummer pro
Both this year' seniors and Arthur Evans is director of gram Dean H. Manning Effer- -- ---- ..vw --- -- -- --wvv-- -- -- -r+-vvv- -.+-v--
graduates of previous years are the choir The public is cordially hon said:; FAMU provides' within
invited to apply for admission. invited. the limits of Its budget and personnel ENROLL NOW IN

Although the cnolbnent will be t some of the special services
limited thy first year, due to Dorsey School Band needed by individuals who SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
limited facilities and space, there are engaged in educational, bust
are some places left for those Presents ness professional and civic work a Uf Long Profession
who wish to apply refer. j Spring in the state.

For further information call 1 Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
PL 4-5491 ConcertThe Each summer it conducts' several

I programs in Nrhich. eligible 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-99S
Northwestern Dcrsey Junior High School persons may register and participate
band will present Its Third An- These are very stimulatingand x yc x uycxyo,.
Presents ChoirIn nual Spring' Concert Friday, informative, giving partid-
April 29 at 8 pm. in the school pants opportunities to broaden
Concert IUd ttcrium. their perspective by contacts with

The sixty members' of the band *4ne of the leading authorities In
The 100 voice choir of the are working very" hard to make their specific fields Some carry
Northwestern Senior IUfh Schoolwill 'I this i the best concert ever per credit which may be used for
present 'Its concert choir in!I'I formed various purposes; other (mainly -
'its third annual l String Concert|I Seiretlrns that will be rendered 1 the institutes) give no creditSpecial

The ccncert' will begin at 8 p.m. are of a wide variety and are ar- features" for the sum NOWRENTING
in the school auditorium Wcdwy.!I atHN-d to insure the! enjoymentof merill be
-da*. Apri127.The j'I the entire audience The band Coaching Clinic
June 6.10. Coach A S. Galther.
pro r0fn will consist of wil' Pf'rlontwl<<' eM from the director. Economic and Resource
Thoral numbers quartets, and ve- i works nt Itofctei and Schubertand Use F wetton. June 13-July X
cat, 1tOI0i by: the masters' and I will include modem composition Waiter M Austin, director;
ether contemporary' composers. such as Mencini's ".I'ttt'l'CiaM. Guidance Ifrrrovrtnent June 13
The chorus of North Dade JYftlnr.5f.nior ." July 3. Dr J D fleck, director*;
High school, under Nursing and Ccnvalencent
the direction As an added feature the band dlnmeArminittrators. !
of
Charles Jones June :0-:: Mrs.E .
will be the great chorus. will. pnnt tv, guest artist ,
J nurrrss and Mia Helen
Mrs Berthenia
White and Fred.
The choir
is under the
directiott
Monroe. co-ordinatnrs, land
cf Arthur L. Evan with die Ptttman, will render solo on
wage Management June 2024
the piano and ,
Harold Frailer intern tym ni with the
teacher
band T T Lrwis. director Elementary
from Florid A and M University ofetot accnmpanyinf will be Report The student Sands School Improvement July 5-23, CHOICE BRAND NEW

also.The !I "
playing -Sax
King.
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public is cordially Invited ,
to attend The PHI concerto have been avery
A
mvall deflation *
U
re-
NORTH DADE HIGH
quested. graUfrtn experience far

the pupils mainly because of the MR AND MRS OCT FEATUREDON 2 Bedroom

R. R. MOTONThe line ovation appreciative given audience them: by Donation avery AMATEUR KITE Apts.PRIME .

rrtncipa! and faculty of will be 75 ceMs for ad- Friday night' May 6. will be
R. R. Meton >otn in the wholehearted uHs and 50 cents fie pupik rememtier for many years by

efforts of Dade County's same lucky young lady and LOCATION
School system regarding better Carver Captures young man from the DCT pro.
hr ne-ohool 1 ",laUO 8hIp. cram at North Dade High School,
'We have found tine PTA to be Track MeetThe They will be Mr and Mrs OCT
cne of our greatest avenues for *4w will tie prevented on the 1767 N.W. 3rd Ave.
real and tangible contact with stage of the Ilunche Theatre in
the home Thinkingont this Carver I High School HOT- connection with the txrma.-

line. Me have cmnfriled a pamphi and net captun-d scored a a total of so points tri- tour NHe and ""Shower of Stan. (in front of St. Agnes Church)
let outlining v.nou* .-.y.' by i track and field community Accenting to all reports and in-
which parents may work with the afternoon meet Thursday termt" a packed house will be on BEAUTIFUL HARDWOOD FLOORS
at Dixie Park.
school' The suggestions will not The I
1 hand to witness this display of'talent
Booker T ) FAN-COOLED KITCHEN
hnpnae a hr4hic on thr home, WasHtafton Tornadoes tl
but will! help rtwlcnta mach their carried off second place honors BURGLAR PROOF LOCKS ALL DOORS
maximum rate of aeadnnic prott with a total of 39 points while! Stars and contestants will come QUIET COMFORT
s
he North Dade THunderbirds oil I from all corners of the county
UfM Locks were third with 9. I f and pnvnfee to be better than FOR ADULTS
The p.mpht.< will be dl lribvt- ever Among he many schools
ed at our next regular mw-tin*. The Hornet" won the I OO-yard j I cot:,rabid and entering. talent
April 1 HAt HU tsm.4 various 'lash .the J hih h+mP. the shot-put I are tfarthwratern: High Booker Call FR 4.8398Carey's
hrow the 448 the
teacher wilt dirge\iar a**! familiarize relay running! T Wa Mngton Ir.. Rtmbcmr
with brunet >tom. the 218-yatd dash, I I
parents the Park
FaVmemary. Bufk"tMoark
eumeukwn
.
and the MQ ,... .
reM and methrris of sdtml I EWm..m.ry and many others<<
rn-rniR<< )ku.ker T Wahfe gV>n wu Rental Agency
nc.Ant frafcv. in Mrs J first In the 440 dash the mile Everyone Mxvn to. be talkingalvut ,
Sen *ar* and Mr*. A Keener- 'in.. the JMW-yard run and then "DeNah" fn>rn Northwestern -I
Hate* .have begun a stud? ef Zoo :V relayNorth and t angjrters Over liar.has" 1958 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Antme'a fr-m North Dad Plan
now
To Initiate tiiis whit the Dade did not win any of
daaww. rn}.yd a trip to Creadon the events but wa vcond in then to witness the outstanding eventof
Park Zn le run. third in the 440 relay the year tr 'h.rd in the DO dh. second In ....t.* happenisg I
The .*Hc oj April 24 ta Spring '
hr Mft-.nI run and third in the
Rf>rtetrair>fi Week for the .*"***>' 80 relay '
term .if IWU i 81 Wednesday
r
April i! 27 i*+ the special' day far +Ia.

reatenr" first trader who will Beautiful Horn LETS ALL ELECT .
M
enter wVol in S y TOber If It
is not ronvefwni for you to reg Your Lot MURRAY S.
ister your ehlM on that day you
mar reciter htm any time dur I
tat the work r.t April 24 A" MEYERSONJustice
children win win!! t e six years I
old on or b.frtt>e Jmary 1. 1991br f
1fhou1lf ffpM mi A birth err-
of the Peace
.
ti&-.w. .. return lot the time of
,...r..n..ntJ DISTRICT TWOA
ITw.h for Mr Fanaie Me-
Pher of) 'n. of our third trade C..I". '...II.I"IM RECORD OF PUBLIC SERVICE
tf'H'h..e. ofeaeattt. trip and rich
Special AMittant Attarney General Stat..1 Florida
ex th r ettrwhile. atArndinff the PLANNING I
ACTT convention in Cleveland BUILDING Dfrectar of Juv."H. Bureau, Dade. Co. Sheriffs

The following tweeters were FINANCINGV Office
delerate. fn fh*> FSTA
meetingTeprrwnt'n N.. HMM o Member Criminal Lw Committee Dade County Bar
R R M v.. M'" D Ke'v!: Mr F ROM; REPAIRINGREMODELING Aatociation 4'

and Walter Fr 'rOie . P Clarke reporter
Linnie W Fannta principal e RENOVATING e Put President Fraternal Order of Police Aaocclateso

Past Chairman SUte Police Confer' no', 1ISI '
.
... Over TwtMty Vasts .f
J 1SI Golden Gloves
e C. ordination
Construction Erprl.a..
BARGAIN IN O.ar.fIt..4 atoNedl i o Florida State Co ordif ator Fraternal Order .f ,

Palke Awociatoa

LADIESSHOES 9 f o Former Teacher of ,American Government at

Miami Junler Chamber of Commerce
(! It'lVL''C9CNE!
i Former Teacher of m erica Government at ,

CANCELLATIONS s..a171 j Miami EdUoi High SchoolLawyer

1121 N.W 29th Street '
Educator Civic Leader Vet
AND SECONDS MUml -

JUSTICE WITHOUT PREJUDICE
--
L 561 N.W. 29th St.Jllfr -- -- ---- (Pd. PoJ Adv<)

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA ,, -LI

PACE 16 SATURDAY, APRIL 23, 1960

Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the 'Community

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HamptonCollierAcres For'Fair Deals

Broward Selling Fast

The first section of 11am ton.-
County Collier Acres in nearby Colllrr H
NewsBy County is selling very fast and

only tracts tare left more according of the 2 taro acre announcement FAIR REALTY

from the local office
Walter BowsA at 195 NW 14th It. In the Barber I
Coltace Building
A few of the choke selections
.
_
..- -- .. .'
which are selling for the popular p \ 7'-.
calendar tea will be given by price of $395 for 2% acres on '\ r ..
the PTA of Carver Ranches Elementary very convenient terms of $10 .,i''I.. ...... t,
School Sunday April down and the balance in easy I .. t.; ,
24 from 230 to 4:30 pjn. at the monthly payments, were still '. ,
Mrfetertam. The public is invited. available early this week but -'I
Mrs. Susie Daniels, president. sales are moving very rapidlyand -,'"
these are not expected to
The Broward County Beauticians last much longer. Interested per-
of HaHandale and Carver sons are advised to buy nowwhile : ,
Ranches are having a Fashion the prices are right and r
Show and Tea, Sunday, April 24 they may still get in on the
at the home of Miss Vieria choice' selections.Located .
Brown of Hallandale. The public in fast developing Collier -
.is Invited. County. Hampton-Collier
Acres boast a 12 feet average ele
The Daughters and Sons of the vation. The' 2% acre tract 330
Grand United Order of PallBearers by 330 feet are equal to 18
will bold their anniversary city lots.
at the New Macedonia Baptist Hampton-Collier Acres are
Church 48th ave. and 22ndat. owned and being. handled and
Sundav. April 24, 230 pm. sold by Alan Roth prominent .,. ..
Rtria Stafford secretary; Son long-time Miami and Miami ""' ... -
Ry. grand governor; Benle Beach registered real estate \ t "
Franklin matron. broker who is no stranger to the '
Negro tree Roth developed and : .). itl.Jh7M
sold Hampton Park. Washington 'R A. I.. -w R' :; .
Garaett Dorsett left for Nassau Park Hampton Acreas and Truman '. :4i: _
M\ Monday morning on a two- City during the 19408 and .
week vacation. He win also visit early 19SOs. Many of the persons
This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
relatives' at Exuma. who purchased property from
him in those developments have
The Attucks Hljrh School later sold their properties at
chorus will render a program at tremendous profits and others are 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHSNEW! !
the Ebenezer Baptist Church on holding out for even greater re-
Monday night, April 25. The proceeds turns.liarnpton.O. One corner with carport Available. CBS homes. Built in oven and range.
will help the chorus. to
to the State Association in Tai she go- rent' another .fine f4er opportunity Acres repress" for Close to 163rd St. Shopping Center. Utility ;moan, city :water, electric

*re. Come and help put the investment in a real estate project heater, shower doors. See model at 1523 NE 152nd ''St., North Miami

pn+pr.m over. outlook.where the future holds a bright Beach. No closing costs. Open Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.

Sunday will be the day for the
Talent Program at Central Bap- InterContinentalLook
ttrt Church. Prizes will be given.! ONLY 795 DOWN
TMs program" is sponsored for at Fashions
the Woman's Day in behalf
of ___ ___
the BTU from 330 nnn
: p.m. Various
The public is Invited to attend
groups will arcear The public is
a Frappe Sip and have an Intercontinental
invited Mrs. Flora
Mrs. E. Johnson Look at Fashions at ONLY $595 DOWN Opa Locka Beauties
J
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Clark president the home of Rev. and Mrs. I. c..
; Rev. E. J. Clark
pastor.
Mkkins 5814 NW 18th ave,
The wwnen of Central art Sunday April 24 from 4 to 6. 2.bedroom furnished. home. Only one 3-bedroom CBS homes. Carport. All
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ptanntag and working toward the This is one of the most promising payment monthly. Clean. See 2321
goal far their second annual day fathlcn shows of the sea NW 59th St. rear Florida rooms. Utility. room, all
son. You can't afford to miss !
in June. They expect' to go over t.
the top Mils year. This affair is being given in Interest large bedrooms, built-in oven and
of Woman's Day at the

Get-well wishes go to Memo- Mt May IS Olivette Baptist Church! 2 Houses on 2 Lots range. Put up deposit. Pick your lot.
Hal
ILtwpttal fer serious
a recovery
See 1941 N.W..58th St.
of Mrs IaRoy SUvens. Colors. $995 down. See models NW
440 SW 28th st, Hollywood. NOTICE
Mw. Stevens: Is still In the hos- ONLY $995 DOWNFor 17th Ave. and NW 153rd St.
Irlt+l.The- All officers and members' of the Both Houses
Junior and Senior Usher Board .
Browad County Progressive Union Aetodatton are urged to Completely Furnished
Club vends tanks to every- be present at our monthly program .
flIRt'he contributed toward the Sunday. April 24, 3 pin bedroom CBS home and BRAND NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS
Raster npt-l+uRt on Sunday for sham The program will. be sponsored bedroom CBS home
we eniMren.' Jbnmie Saunders between St. Luke Baptist Good buy. 'good location HOMEAt
resWen4: prmeH Miller secre Church Junior Ushers and SL
>>ry. Luke Baptist Senior Ushers The
program will!) be held at St. Lukeon 7450 NW 14th Ave. Carport,
NW 6th ave. between 18th and
AH Democrats
are requested to
MfHkt a poHtieal raHv on Sun- 19th st ONLY $695 DOWN Venetian blinds, shower doors. Only.
ctav April 24. from 3 to e pin. flea David Hudson, Pres. -
*t bile HlftV Commercial Build- Rev P. W. Williams pastor $89 monthly.. Lovely. clean 2-bedroom $995 DOWN
in*. 46M, Pembroke Road. Afl Mrs. T. L. Ellison reporter home. See 3146 NW 60th St. 0 n e
democratic candidate are cordlaiv -
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Invited Come out and learn mortgage. No closing costs. I
yur candidates' pTatform. Election I South Browsed, Inc. C. W
Tuesday at Carver Ranches Smith, president; E. VaMez vice I Built. See 3322
Park Democratic! organization of pn'sdentTVSICK: Brown Sub Custom
SEE TRACY SUNDAY AT .
NW 52nd St. 3bedrooms. High cathedral

7636 NW 12th Avenue
ceilings. All I.rcroom...
3-Bedroom CBS Home
? Clean nice :blocJc. Only 2: year old.
1 FilA mortgage 60 x 100 lot
Terrific location. Hardwood floors. Open Sunday 1 to 5 p.m.
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Close to everything. Priced low. A

SAME DAY SERVICE good buy.!11! ONLY $995 DOWN

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