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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 21, 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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r TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIB -I \

the times are changed and wt are aha*!**' with ttitm ,

TEN CENT >. SIXTE AGES
MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY MAY 21 1960 '
37TH YEAR. NO 39


I: NEGRO EMPLOYEES INTEGRATE I







HOSPITAL LUNCHROOM1'\\1'1'I



Despite refusal on the fart ec

the director, the eounty- prato4

I peacefully Jackson Memorial integrated Hospital on W..WM... I 1


I FLORIDIAN ELECTED A.M.E. BISHOPNichols day Three entrance Metro of detective the cafeteria stood tithe u


had lunch. Most
about0 Negroes
Caribbean islands. Northeast and Florida Confer iences 5. II. T, Primm of the. white student nurses ana ,
Suspended Bishop R. R. Wright voluntarily and the addition of the Ba I. W R. Higgins. employers showed no dlspleasw:
retired to the office of Historian hama conference to Florida. 7 s. R. Higgins County Atty Darrey Davit as
LOG ANGELES JUv. George with the same salary Man Practically all general officers 6 W R. Wilkes reported' to have told Dr. KermitGates
N. Collins a sbopell & active bishop. This office also were re-elected. W. R. Masses, S. F D. Jordan the director that "..*r. Is
WM one of two d WM held by the late Bishop ILC. treasurer was re-elected vaaalmoutly I. I. H. Boaaar legsl right to stop them tram
by the AMZ General Coal ereac*. he retired from after he read his report 10. W. F.. BaD no there
Tb other WM Rn.JobD Leo Srveral bad contests. 11, S. I. Green rating there, the' same M
the bar
Negroes
Bright of Pb11adt t1t. Her. s. A. Cousin of GreaterBethel. H ,.4.'ps were assigned' Mondayas 12, O. L. Sherman is no legs right to
15 t L. Ifkksaaa frrrn county parks.
Miami. Florida's candidate fallows 1John Bright But Gates KM a duty to eject
for bishop withdrew: after I George W. Saber disturbance-
Reid 16. France Cow anyone creating a
Frank
the second ballot. 2 be said
white colored
17. D. 1L Sims or
Of special Interest to Florida- 3R.C. Hatcher Gomes It. G. N, Collins. henry Wells 24. Negro laboratory
4 Joseph
of the
Lana WM the merger assistant at the hospital
r
the 700 color*
I -- -- WM spokesman for
II
I rd employers Within a few boon

Is after the peaceful Integration be

BTW Girl Wins Silver Knight Award .was"The tired Integration by the director.of the cafeteria "-

has been accomplldbed,
-1
r Barbara Louise aid one technician of color.
I William*, popular "Welta* discharge won't change
end talented We're going to continue
anything

Orders New Orleans Booker T. WashH I hThnrsday- to Several rat In the whites county along cafeteria wttfc. "the

1 Vegroes resent the firing of ...
e *M firstfewiaO and regard the action of tie !. 1

rrrtor as "shameful and tor-
Schools Integrated SOverAward.. i rible thing to 4o.
dl y sid feat MG.tnreporteIntegration le
had nothing to 4*
NEW ORLEANS Federal in the Catholic schools while A III! Barbara with his discharging W.Ik. B*
8CheoII award tae4e lki '
District Judge J. Skelly Wright per cent attend public schools. aDd ...... Mid the FBI record showed that
cent private
Monday set September M the,, and 34 per Wells bad at on* Urn dsatrtot
the desegregation of She was the lea,. Negro amongII under ...
deadline for I The Most Rev Joseph Fran- and outstanding students the Army and Cist -
this city's schools.In I el* Rummel Archbishop of New talented Greater Miami tine civil service procedure' h*

.1\n. Collins WM serving M an unptrcedentrd move he' Orleans: has said that the parochial tit echook from, the was not eligible for employment
presiding elder of New Orleans outlined a grade-a.yrar desegregation schools would be desegregated at the hospitalWell
when elevated to the episcopacy.M also plan to be Mlowed 1 ."n later thanthe publicschools admitted that fce west
served well in Ft. Lauderdal* Orleans Parish (county) ; ROBERTA HODGEIN AWOL in 1P64. but turned himself
nd st. Paul of Tampa before by the In and received an bone 3.discharge .
Board.
transferring to ArkaasM wher* School RECITAL He left for Chicago on
be served under the lat Bishop The order came leas than three LOW RENTHOUSING Wednesday night but is etpeeted
filed,
had
board
hours after the
G E. Curry.He GETS to return
WM the distinguished pea- 4 formal refusal to present a desegregation Gates said that Wells WMployed estn-

tor of Visitors Chapel of Hot proposal of Its own OK HERE at the hospital on probation
Springs for many ,..,.. He also as directed by Judge Wright and County Manager 0, W.
served in Oklahoma and at Union said that he had the
The order posed a threat lathe Construction of 1.000 more Campbell
Bethel of New Orleans before : schools &tt.teto. fire any probationary
continuation of public '. n' p 4>.ic housing unlta was .
becoming a presiding elder. here because of the conflict with unanimously approved by CHI employe without review"
Bishop D. Ward Nichols was Louisiana's anti-lntegralten law City Commission this At &e same time the man *o
Miami
suspended for four rear, and And it teemed likely that this week st an informal confereae the street Is wondering why tae
Bishop D. H. Sbns wu returned Mould be the first in the, I director cam to such an abrupt
city will take froma
and tent to South The units which
to active duty South to choose betweencompliance decision after keeping Wells onthe
Africa where he first erred at. Deep and closing its year to IS month to begin will Job for three weeks
tor his election In 1932.Bishop be far both white and Negroes. I t.
S. L. Greene WM returned schools Locations of the unit will be
to Florida. The vuxprttt The district court's action may of in the area of NW 63rd st. and. NUMBERS
desegregation
lead to the
also
of the Conference WM the sending parochial 2Sh ave OPERATORSENTENCED
of Bishop C. A. Gtbbt! from the Roman Catholic city's students Several hundred of the units,
Alabama to the 16th district system here Of the enrolled he said would be for the aged.
JJ cent are
which ofisists of Halt and other' per
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A Coconut Grove man was sentenced
to a month in Jill aad. Bated .
Sellers and $250 Friday by City .,..** .
Numbers Robert Zahner.
Zahner tined another sew ... 1
; to old to
"beetsgar sr. p
,. __ jail.- aDjWt bcUta
Jail Terms charges. against two other
Players Face -- Bobsxta Kate Sn2ish*** ,ecaby Convicted war David it. Clerk

,#-4ed ts* Dart 63. of 210 Prow. eve who ]/.....
Starting this week' patr9lslhti raaart ef TaHadA c *telAa a 11,000 appeal bond after .,....
..... wbkb tserprtd
convicted la Miami fc cortacii recHal sentenced to SO days la JSU ...
v" Jail terms. the life sad poam d Bdaa St $.'..,.-.ld Erwin Sands og J44
Vtoorot Mfflay.fa .
Endores = Thomas Ave. who paid ft ft*
Times The City Conwn mica 1 at. the beaufllttily eatevoted flee,

Wednesday passed an -.. ..-: pelfUl.au oAB Matifean.Nativ Jude Zahacr freed Aleander I
measure making the )ail terms of Th .....** ftfiai 8.4ft Making 49. of S700 Pcrdvml av Land
Gouernor for coovictad grfiaV established a mass a&d aro.duridxneM lens Nsylor. 31. of 1160 NWWb :
Carlton for mandatory of masatrf ta Iller ct, ta whos cat h* said
lets Including both teller ..d groups of paeans ra&&t to tear the polite had used ICecal .*.. :

buyers of nunaber phases ta: the Ml* III M As *ri- ads *f fitherlfljt svld*isoi. I
Oa Tuesday Floridiafia will select caD poet 0b* ws a/rigtai by a
their iu...jfDot far .*. next following candidates The move aimed s-1mad1i1 al Junior member af $* DeparVmcat POLICE CHIEF
four years. Ibis U very topor-' For county commlssioa. Jack boUta operators WM sad to Hiss r trkia Ooteaaaa of
tint election to our state, be- B4dcwith. Johaai Davis and special eommistdoa mistfr ailed. Aaatstca. AJ- .%. read blo- GETS BOSS

cans tt; win determine whetheror Mo Harrison. For Judge of to evade a Ove-day watttaf period graf'tkaS slu ag praaadto each
DOt w* IUD eesatbm to aowth Small Claims! Court. Morton Ferry group of ,..... Miami city commisaJootCity pw
: way ia th* South with sound For Board of Public Instruction. -, on new leglslatjon.Th H a Manager Melvin Rand tills
t teeth ti. only candidate j I vMWas talstttleM additional of public isfcty di.
progressive dram or Jack Gordon new law provide* a maximum *. Job
vast strides mad by oar I who hM taken a forthright, penalty of 60 day at te4 with a history af )*adtf rope fa rector this week, patttftff hte
outgoing, ; Governor LcRoy CoI1m& stand for Integration of t public labor aDd a $500 fta. It goes fete several pgortncttana. Ik program squarely ever Police Chiaf::: Wailer-

tf schools. effect right awayfor. a portion ef br senior project.WM 1r..ed1e7.
lose than
'I The action cam n
We 21 that Doyle K. Outtaa For Justice of the Peaoa. Car. prepared uoder th* fuidanc week after the Grand leery r*-
of Dr. James O. Kopaon. a Pitta.
Jr, U th* best man far be Kb los rernan a. And for Demo ported Htsdley's force had door
thiztiag la to burgher wW haada boUt Bngn -
and. we urge our" readers to vote! cratic National Trrrri.-fnv Cocmnmwoaaaa.Peggy vote.. the For important free: trtfisposiaAsfl taI h departmtnt and l Lhdtj I a sltpattod )ob la.':Uddi&f %..

for him.Za ... .ncatle. growjoj
eel rot I I the poll can: FR -
other race w. eedcra But &o matter w OCD you
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1960Along



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Freedom's Road



.y RUTH PIRRY t
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Some 300 units of the NAACP I status quo has 'prevailed since
held ceremonies observing the Reconstruction Days. Until only i
sixth anniversary of the U. S. very recently, Negroes were prevented -
Supreme Court' historic anti-! from voting by all the approved -
egregation ruling of May 17, methods of intimidation.,
1054 according to Gloster B. threats of loss of jobs and homes,
Current director of branches. tOme actual violence, cross
burnings and the rest of the tactics -
COMMEMORATING MAY 17 used by "white supremacists

Rallies meetings and other!. to maintain segregation.The r

lervteea were held on May 15-17 man from Gadsden County
in cities throughout the country.TwticlxiUng remarked that he couldn't understand
in these
meetings all
the furor about the
were Executive Secretary Roy race issue in the various campaigns -
'Wilkins, Thurgood Marshall di because **we have no
rector-counsel of the Legal Defense trouble at all at home and Negroes
and Educational Fund and
have told me themselves
Ernest Green, the first Negro that they; want It kept that way.
traduate of Little Rock's Central a
Negroes at home can't understand
High School On Saturday May all this agitation in the
21 "Freedom Tag Day" will be rest of the state as they are
observed by NAACP units from I
satisfied with>> things the w a y
Alaska Florida Funds win be .
to ."
This Is
they are remark typicalof
collected to help carry on theAssociation's
many white southerners who,
for Freedom. continuing Fight have lived among Negroes for
years but have projected their

HCRE AND THERE own thoughts into the minds of ..-. -- .... #
In acuallty the ..rhlteresents
The NAACP Slst annual conwntlon of this county know I On May 7 the EnneralditesOte Each officer: accepted the charge Shown are: sitting: Vivian De-
will be held In St. Paul, very little about the thoughts of ; Social) Cub: held its official rf her cffiee as dc.hrered by Mrs t.hszt:>r< business: manager Bar-
Minn this year from June 21 -their" Negroes.CA08DEN Instigation:: service at the home Thsnas: Immediately! following. bsra Kee, financial secretary Ellen
through June 26. Workshops win {'of one of its members Mrs Patricia t2 ds were joined: and the dun Holmes, parliamentarian: ; Lula
deal with vital aspects of the COUNTY Doberts scng was sung. SmthT treasurer

NAACP program In relation to Negroes have Mid (or pretended I The club was honored to haveas AI') members were demurely: at- Standing: Warrlne Hall vice
the slowed pace of desegregation to ) the thing the white I its official Installer, the prominent 'ired 'In white. Each wore a corate president; Cecelia Brown; Sylvia
In the South and Increasing need man wanted say to hear Things" Mrs Eutmia Thomas. I of the club's flower and McFord, Sylvia Wilson, assistant
for decisive action in the North. still pretty tough in northern are t Mrs Thomart officiated most I eoUr white roses green and business manager; Albertha Pa.
During the convention examination Florida Rut this is I960 and the graciously and most efficiently in white ribbon). lacfous, president; Jean Thompson
of ways to utilize the Ne- Supreme Court has made decisions tier capacity a* installing officer I The memben exchanged gifts Carrie Cat en. Elsie Golems,
KTO'S growing economic power, ; the Civil Rights Commission After which Mrs. Thomas wa'i and had a lavishly. laden decorated '<<"" .If'). Patricia Roberts Claudia -
the significance of student pro. is active and the face of presented a beautiful corsage table of delicacies to end what Greene, chaplain
test u indication of the expand. Gadsden County will be gift au a small token of the club's' WM termed' as a most' solemn but Net shown Maxine Albury,
pretty
rd' role of people' In the afetant .
young red with embarrassment when it esteem. enjoyable evening. secretary.of
fight for equality and the
emergence

tries to prevent Negroes from voting
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of Africa and the relation
there' in the future. The
It has to restlessness In theAmerican gentleman from Gadsden County Swim For Your Life classes at DI:!- Park. the free learn to swim classesat
South will be highi
all beaches and
ahould the poolsover
try to understand a few
lighted. More than 1.000 Dade County
facts about his colored neighbor Program For ''Adult Nosrors. adults and children Dade County. You never
In New York City, nearly half When his cook goes' home at learned to swim last summer at know when your life and the life
of that city's 8,000 Welfare Dept night she often goes out later to and ChildrenThe pools and beaches The city of ref someone' you love dearly may
employees have signed pledge to an NAACP meeting. When the depend on your knowledge of
and Dade hope tomort"
Cold County
weather has gone' and I ,1
withhold from chatn Nerro swimming.
ratronage minister is away for a few doubkthat numberthis
than
stores until they cease dlscrbnlnatlnc days, our gentleman could have summer is almost! here. So get Registration will begin at most
'
against Negroes at lunch no idea that the minister fat vis. reaedy to register for the "Swim: --ummer should Every take man woman of the city owned' pools the second -
For and child advantage
Your
counten in the South. (ting his son at FAMU where be Ufetr swimming week in June. Inquire at
Former" New Yorker Herbert has recently' been one of the participants your nearest pool for information.
Lehman a long and consistent' In a sit-down at a Night swimming and special
.supporter of the NAACP and lunch counter there. adults: classes at Dixie Pool will
Mrs. Lehman have become' life start June 13, 7-10 pm See' Bill
members of the aak Ucm. Mr. When our gentleman pays for Would like to $1,000 more this Mile! about the "Adult Aquatic
Lehman has been a member' of having his lawn mowed he you earn Cub": on Wednesday and Thursday
the NAACP board of directors would be very chargrinned to nl,htl. Last summer the
since 1=. find out that pan: of this money: year? Adult: Aquatic Club had loads of
goes to pay for a membership fun and a grand time learning to
"WE KNOW OUR PEOPLE" In the NAACP The pretense is BECOME A sw rn:
still kept up somewhat in Gada-
was a little amused by the den
County, but the wind the is

remarks by a made North on Florida TV sometimeago politician blowing lOOn blow through all pretense the south will Graduate
away Nightingale
'commenting' on the current gubernatorial When the barriers fall, white
campaigns. This )''Itnt- residence of Gadsden County win
leman happens to be from Oads- be
looking at
Negroes yes, the
dea County the county whOM same Negroes they have known o EARN JOB PRESTIGE
name U almost synonymous with all their
lives but with a big dif
any deep Mississippi or Alabama ference. They will be looking at EARN MORE MONEY
town. This is the county that has first class citizens of Florida
had an unbroken record of no EARN JOB SECURITY
Negro registration or 'voting' until
the pact few years. W. might., - --- -- FREE LIFE TIME EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
that the climate !in Gadsden Is ,
deep southern county where the Join The NAACP ,
ENROLL NOW FOR NIGHT CLASSES


For Physicians Assistant Training I i

J
IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO ENROLL! 4 .



Classes Limited in Number-Air Conditioned
r f

ClassroomsNIGHTINGALE I 4 I

, c g..:;:
L.:: COLLEGE
Mrs Catherine Di:.'ard. 31M
NW iSth st wcrthy matron of
s:: eya Kit Sinai Chapter No 189. Orderof

265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675 Eastern Star 16 years and past
+ irl rr.a'ron, es now worthy matron ofBownsv
,! : ;ie Chapter No. 137OES



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*' a'I Stoves
ti
,C-. 'TOP t7t1ALITT! LOtK, titCt9 Small Appliances

yen'y. Outdoor Lighting

4 1H fifr>Fi and Stereophonic

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3 ; p..j. Speakers Installed

On the evening of Saturday, Scrors present for the occasion GEORGE INGRAHAMFR
April 23. Alpha Gamma Chi Sorority were Perry Brin 'er, Delores *
held_ its most impressive Ba&iutan, Helen Wiley, Juliet 31051COSMETICS
Jewel Ceremony at the lovely Porter, Vivian Harris Carmetta >T
dome 41 Miss Rosa B. Tannin. Brown Doris Martin Claudia
Soror Brin0ler, president of Alt Jasper Lottie Rolle Juanita '.1 &&*-*** .Ocyc .4lrcbcy y.

)ba Chi Sorority graciously conducted Thompson. Veronica OTJerry Mildred tWAT %
the ritual of the ceremony DeVtaux. Minnie James, T 1
which officially made six pledgeesForer and Beverly Grant > At-
*. The recently made sororiarc Pictured are the new sorors: ratt Dcuvtirr DRUG Mist i Times NewspaperCa

... Valdez Murray;; Helen Dean Mary Gentrett. Leila Doone, Y r U YUkon 3.5681
Christine SpeUht. Leila Boon, Christine Speights, Rosa B. Fan- extitNta.Mq Avl fa'o8 l# X 1 .
Mary Cenerett and Has B. f n- fin Helen Dean and Valdez fttXDA* \

I1fD,. Murray Harold Jolllvetta. Manager 01tiO.C



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THIS and SATURDAY, dAY 21 1960 PAGE S





THAT Calls For "Wade-ins" ;



By RUTH N. POLITE

r----------------------, On Florida BeachesThe
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INTO THE GALE. In naval day afternoon. Mrs. Bernice Hunt

innate of a certain cruiser is thii is president of the group. d di expectation that Florida drive; .All) over Florida and elsewhere .
story: The cruller! was anchoredin i 6 beaches will bear ample share in this nation we are in.
a harbor in the Pacific along Mrs Major Lewis (Jane) puts this summer. of the recently announcel I I creasing our registration and
'WIth ships of other flap when a on the "Skagg" when she had asher NAACU -operation' voting. Total Negro registration I
Sudden and furious tropical guts members of the Egeltcc wade-in" was expressed by an I in this state during 1009 was
storm broke. Social and Civic Club Saturday association spokesman in an 153.873 Total Negro registrationin
evening at eight thirty pm. dress delivered at TamPa \1.1 this state during I960 will be
At the first blast of the wind At the same time in another day. 175.000"
the captain of the cruiser hoisted part of the house her little Gloster B. Current the a The NAACP official also core-
anchor and steamed straight out daughter' Cheryl played hostess iation's national director of men trd on school integration ne
to sea' in the teeth of the aT-le. to the children who came with branches, said Negroes hope "tocool tees toward desegregation Is too
It was tough going, and for two their parents A delightful time I off under God's sunshine and slow" he said "Only six percent .
days the vessel fate was In was had by all. Dr, Henry C McDowell pastor on God's be aces' In Florida from of three million Negro schoolchildren

doubt But when later the ship of the Church of the Open Door, Jacksonville to Miami and from in the South are today
returned to its moorings, battered Cub! tnmand friends who Congregational will be guest Tampa to Pensacola." |I attending Integrated schools

but intact the other vessels enjoyed the festhritktt were Mrs rpccaker for the founders' week Mr Current spoke of the al.M "This is the same as taking t
were lying piled up on the shore Mary Edward and her delight- observance of the National Soror. soda lion's new drive for full 3,000 mile journey from Tampato
victims of the rale. Only the ahlp fut "children Earleen and "Bus.ter I it, of Phi Delta Kappa Alpha utilization of aU ta-supported Seattle and after six yean of
that went forward to meet Its ; Whitlean' Ineraham Mrs. Kappa Alpha Delta Chaper. Dr. public recreational facllltie walking not having reach Tallahassee
fate survived. Wtlhelmrnla Jennings and herC'hitdf'f'n. M McDnwell ..ill peak' at a pub- "With summer gas approaching We must step up this
Mr and Mrs John Eve, tic tc be held the Carver pace bv sending our children t.
The future belongs to those Mrs VlviJora( Gainer Mrs. Cleo- meeting at the NAACP has called for use of
who ro FORWARD, not to those min Crum ton and Branch YMCA. NW 15th ave. the public beaches, swimming apply for transfers in large numbers
Timothy 1 I and 58th .t. on Thursday May in Florida and elsewhere in
who hope to ride out its furies. BloomfieW Mr President1'auline pools and recreational facilities
: Major.
That roes' for Individuals as wellas Smith and the writer. 20 at 8 pm Music will be furnished in the South the South"Alumni
natter and systems. by the Dorney Junior nip
School chorus under the direction Our branches from Cape to MeetThe
The! Hrhth Annual Woman of William S. Johnson. Mar NJ to the Up of Texas,
AMERICAN NATTONAI. RED Dar celebration at Antioch Bap- win be enraged' In 'c|> IUonwad.
CROSS The Dude County Chapter tilt Church Rev O W Foster Person interested in understandin ..-In'. During the summer Florida Normal Alumni
stared Its 43rd annual meet. catty'r. was a decided' success. ; the current problems of months, Negroes are going to wit) meet at the home of it*
one at Bavfront Auditorium. Sundav May 15 will lore be. remembered ..i Africa will find Dr McDowell, a wade in the water and enjoy the president Mrs. Bessie Styles
Wednesday evening. May II at 7o'ckk In the history of the miMionarv to Africa for 0 years bWs.fnrs of Gd's beche just as Smith, 1140 NW 59th at. Wednesday
The main address was delivered church Mrs Naomi Symonette most informative The speaker 1- everyone else does." May 25, I fun. All per.
by Dr. George K. spoke in the morning and Mrs.' a graduate of Talladcga<< College Mr Current also discussed theassociation's Ions desirous of becoming amember
Schweitzer I'T'GfIftt' of nuclear I. E Ttwvrta*. spoke In the evennr -' The Talladcga Seminary and the I voted registration are asked to be presentas

chemMry at the University of ( on the theme* "Women's Hartford entry Ale has restored _, well as all members....
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Term at Knorvllle and Oak Role In Cementing" Christian Congregational Churches ia

RMr !?. spoke on "God. Man FrUtJ'A-.hfp.- : Chattanooga. Tenn. and New
and the Atom." I Haxrn. Conn" He br gan his mis.sionarv .
Mr. Charles C North (Thela work in Portuguese, West
Junior Red Cro*. Workers werehonemri > and the committee are to be Africa in 1919 While on a fur I
Ml"* Marrery Conrov 1952 he STAR MEAT MARKET
congratulated In presenting sucha touch tn this country in
rf'ectw" of Jr Red Crow In Dade
fine prcrram On hand tft en was a member' of the faculty of
Co-sntr. was awarded a 20yearnn In" the
I activities were her mother the Hartford SeminaryThe .1
for dfctlnruMied service
other weiolents of awsrd* "f'rel! Mr Mrs and Mr Melton.* Quentin Charles L. North North program will provide the \l 1520 N.W. 62nd Street "
Mrs DtI'.t.tJ .,. who re- and their audience with( an oportunity to
eeivei a 15."...,. pin Mrs Naomi \VdaLnubeDurinr children. Kevin and a!k Dr McDowell questions, t
ArfurrH and Mrs Ruth Jone* g

received, lo.vrar pint: Mrs Msrnrrr -
THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE 1
Orr Ralford. !Mrs Dora the week It was my Alpha Gamma Chi *r
r tte <*fl and Mast Ruby King reeHved mod fortune to experience a d..
S-rear pins M tfut two hour visit with Min Proxy Representative 6
Certificate I were awarded to m.. T Sutton former dean of
Mesdames Carrie-T/Hi Arnold this at BTW Bv the way of this ,. -

Tree J Frs-cn. Arthurine Strain.Mt column she I* sending a *VhefTy e 't.I. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
a Rube KIM CarmltaBrrwn hello11" in former co-worker and I
IVrothr Harris Helena' fr.rnd, of l long standing
Raton Catherine Mapn Con. f'_

YT- +lhsiat4rnst and a brlrM red
b
such" rrvlcr. to the boys horn to Mr and Mrs Walter I r ,', '. -. -
, and lute of th. f'f"' w'rd esLlw.it *t 4710 NW 23rd ave..
nn Mar ft Mrs Caldwell Is the "p+ 4 "" rr aIhi

Mr D A Julio and Mrs former Alrt rtha Johnson ThetaIld -...
MatHe' 0 Barklev members the cmm'r's nest will be ..
the Cwert Club will have earned nacprd Cherie Monlque
thmv'hlcal title Trrerrlna- 1.4s n y.r ,& % t '
tort of IJHW when the. return Mr and Mrs Franklyn Price i
from vacations In Eurrvpe: Such .rr 'H* tM"ftttft parent' t'It. daurhFrankle 1L .
fWnsHnr e#..-h f\f them rtepfcMne life In n" th,. staff flf the TTMES f

France Rome SwitTrrland. Jeru
sateen and the tow countries verlf ,..tn. Pollen AnMa BendronavM
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> their" eHribimy" for "t ich a April 1 at Chriftlan Ho. 1-.1
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p *WM f the bibs daughter
titleTH5 "f Mr and Mr Dal'as i a :
AMJnlC'.ANI Bendtys. 11+11 ,' t r
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ASSOCIATION .
I heM (it biennial .. J "
\h RvaM whit It registered'
f a
envntt0n on Miami Beach last .
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n-n""* at Christian ij -
meek Tuesday May 3. Mrs ;
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Marie C Mink was gifted' for outs '1"1:
ndng! contributions In n.hy Ren T.. ern. (Is the new Mr WiJLam Bringier repre-
and Interpersonal croup' personal rels. ,sr4 rim hat,, addition to then I I tinted her local chapter at thi \ .. .

gismos which brmifTt about Interratten own". IVVeaux family Mrs Ant Southeastern Regional Coupatnaaa- :r:::
at the University ef Ok- n ..4ux l. the former Yvonne c.l' Convention of Alpha G ;) J ...J

fchffna Me flca! Crater ttf'W't\It.at' M'r'.a.l of Nassau B bv Rene Chi Sorority on April 29, inJ ." .,
<*f which he i b asnciat prof.w-. ts'"c born in Christian March 29.Ttnptt J Florence, S. C. .. -'

w Mars of Mahoney rwrtfag In In accepting the ''..fee** ro\m fw In th.the world Week Is Th the While attending the conveetiouSeror -t.
aewptlng the I
"rr'' for f.lmprovement Bringier served as an active
I 4N'Iatt.n. Mrs Mink raid
.
participant on one ,of th. e f
l Mwttt the doctor In .
'"*''tW.e. and needed' nurses were they ... --., various committee groups I that t .,. .. .
fnrrwt c **r lines that had bV..i j were organized for the purpose' {. '"
I II PI IN PH IN of punning sharing ideas and
traction' ) 5e U a ere" dit to thevrMrfn
I sufgettjons' that would be oj <
omission Please accept I'NIII (lriab.VR
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< 1 a twHwiet of white hfbi ru >s hI'I,,
individual]
, kph< ment and success of
. a leiMlnrlv donf'I I chapters.
I i THE POET'S CORNER ,
The sorors cf Alpha Gamma
I Friends are delighted to know i I Read where Florida hunters
Chi's local chapter deem It an a- f
ht the S-atnna' Association of i take irrrr 6 mtttfon birds and anl- teemed honor that their presidaal t ,

.. "" fln and Aerrwiory ZVrignersannnr Ta' annually. with quail the was named' vice president of th .
tt.u the If Bet >e ed tartest? of the "take" Perhaps its Southeastern Regional in charge
Women in he U S fnr \9mf c bit of doubt In my mind .
of the Florida area
Mrs Grace PSinr.. dean of 'M' caused me to the. follow
wo-1 I I pen word
,. Soror Bringier's own
men Clark ("Coder. and Mrs -9 ditto concerning the convention. "11;' Q. 1 What doOll
'" I
Margaret Sfanms. dean of women' r''e hunters shot was a most gratifying and mfor.
and travel reprrentatfv. for The'r fill of quail maUve lleanLEJJN. '
experience"
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r!. t.ntYf'Ntty'n.. M
Phillips !s rft than a miiMonThaf .
pt, farmer Routheartern :Hedonal: I their bled!) R
I Dfrrctor cf Zeta PhI! Beta. Soror1 CLEAN... 'l 1'Jt 1 N?

Hr and now a member of thef Of bird and beast BARGAIN IN
trustee board. Mrs SJnrnis fortn. Their bags were fun

erly lived In Jacksonville. She But who knows how many LADIESSHOES n. WE MEAN THAT THE aa
I wa. quite! active In sodal and educational Sho? : the bull "10I"
HrcVs Our beloved and Like all punsters. oecatonaHy CRISPEST, DRIEST MARTINI

talented Hilda Foote' of FAMTJreceived T am reminded of the lowly sts- UNDER THE SUN IS MADE
honorable mention! 'us :in humor of this form but I
keep tt up. To rum It up CANCELLATIONSAND WITH ClfAN.T ASTlNG
t The. green' and white welcome My "('Oft1.It seems give some FLEISCHMAHN'S GIN '

t carpet was roiled out at Phyllis a. pafn SECONDS
Whestley Elementary School by It ay they say against the
hostesses Edna dark and Ruth "wain"
I WUHams when they entertained' nut T rave m I have no fear. 561 N.W. 29th St. tilt aJ ai ertv
their grcu Dade CountySecretarial For here.and there, I draw aa inuu nw UBKM on 1h ruef M IUrltsaua6rwi

Aasoetedoo last Fri "ear I

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MAY 21 1960 through the remains of the mountain top M t. OlivetteA
4 SATURDAY, Citadel standing cpalace.i the I
visit to the the most exciting
This was Success
feet
up.
and 3,000
miles Justice
away of
tree
We stood under the ..... .
u event of the whole trip. here that King -- "
it was
(a big apple tree) so called because t. 7i
Henry Christophe meted out justice. F

donkeys with attendants 3t
and
Sadled horses, mules Ye, Editor had ,a. horse,
-
..:"- -:..:-:-';': :::;: =-- were all ready, we took our choice. in the middle of
; mule (he ,changed
Offke at 1112 N.W. THIN Av, Miami, 'I.rt'a-PM" FR 3.2231 my ffranson tried a Charles North also got awayon
Plant at t740 N.W. nth Aveme-*IHme OX 1.0421 the stream) and got a horse. Make no mistake
a mule, but later changed to a horse. rough but we
Is ,
H. E, 8IOISMUNO REEVES, Inw about this trip to the Citadel the road at
Garth C. Reeves. Manaflng Edit., and Bualneea ManagtrKatcrrtl that 3,000 feet. I hesitated
fun going up
had lot of could make it, I
M fewond Cltun Mrttrr. Ango e, 1027, *4 UM Ptort O< on
Miami Florid, under the art of March a1ST* would give it a try. Although I have not been effects.

for over 60 years, made it without any after

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKOUR historic unfinished fortress of
The Citadel Is an ,
CARIBBEAN VISITYe and lime built as a defense against Napoleanby
brick
atone, of North Haiti and
Editor and grandson, RUM Jolllvette, left for Christophe, known as the King projecting out
cannons
Port-au-Prince, Haiti on May 6, travelling by Pan AmerIcan 200,000 Hatians. There are large with cannon balls in
structure
the
Clipper and arriving at 2:30 p.m. of several parts of tour of the building
made
We travelled with Charles North of the North Trav- piles near each of them. We disappointed a committed -

members of the Inter-American Travel saw the spot where Christophe, Port-
.1 Bureau and courtesy of the MAE PERRYCe
served lunch by MISS JOHNNIE
Haiti
Miami enroute to suicide. We were
who to .
Agency Society came from our guide we Chalrman
Commi lon. Apart
.
convention Tourist
annual au-Prince
their second OUrette
where they were holding The women of the Mt
A most cordial welcome awaited us. At the airport had a military escort Wonder of The Baptist Church 150 NW Ii dare -
of the Tourist Commission,, The Citadel l called the Eighth happy to announce that our
were official, representatives !I it.Living Woman's Pay which
must sec annual
Afro-American Jet, Haiti, 10th
to you
correspondent for World. If you go
lefer
Grossberg Sunday,
Lynn people. They observed' on
M. mountains are poor was
Prince Times; A. high in these .
and Port-au- grand auece
Reuters News Agency, donkeys, or i 15 was a
on
Armand of Magic Island Tours, Robert Baussan. Ibo-Ll farm and bring their products to market child- Mn. Susie C. Holley, guest
public relation for Tourist Board,, mostly on their heads. This is done by women and speaker at the 11 o'clock: services' ,
Hotel, Joseph August, poke: most elegantly from the
Felix Racter, assistant director of Tourist Board Richard ren. They are used to It. buzzing subject. "Woman's Concerns
Abbott of Pan American. There wax also a calypso band Haiti's market place i is interesting and certainly About the Affair of The World."

of Creole girls In pretty garb. with activity. You also! find many of them along the,\She asked the women what were
and a group hand made attached to for changing our
other they
Our hosts had cars ready and we were soon on out streets trying to sell their fruit and community for the better.

to our respective hotels. articles. _
way Atsftt* .J .1
*
President Earl Kennedy and Mrs. Kennedy of Detroit Following the seven-mile ride to tne.IUloel we returned -

Mich.; Charles North, Miami; Jake Henderson. Atlanta .I to Hotel Christophe. rested a while then freshenedup ,


at the beautiful mountainside hotel Castlehaitl In the large swimming pool.A .

At the were Villa Creole, another fine hotel, were Mrs. Mary business meeting followed by an El Fresco recep '

Brooks, a member of the Columbus, Ohio, police force;; tion. The Army Band furnished music.

Mrs. Ann Walker, representative, Ohio Sentinel; Clarence On this occasion Mayor Ludovk Vincent presented
Carl-
Bain.. M.H.A., Nassau, Bahamas; Clement Finder, certificates to all making the trip to the Citadel.A .

bee Enterprises Nassau E. J. Rolle, horticulturist, Nassau floor show by a family group. Father and 14 children 1-4
merchant, Nassau and Dr. and ,
McKinney
George ages from six years up, was enjoyed.The .
Mrs. Henry Shorter of Atlanta.Ye final banquet was given at the Hotel Mont Jole, -.

Editor and Rush were at the spacious Rivieria,,, Mrs. Yvette Bussineus! owner-manager as host.

the largest hotel In Haiti. Louis i
the The principal address was made by Prefect
At 7 p.m., there was a buffet supper given at Durand member of the Tourist Commission. Other 4

Villa Creole by the National Tourist Commission. This was speakers were Leon Sanchez, chairman of Tourist Comi f
elaborate affair and was largely attended.On InterAmericanTravel !-
an mission Earl Kennedy, chairman of the
morning we made a.tour of the city and ,
Saturday
Agent Society.' Several questions were asked relating r
the Freeport shopping center. There arc some well-stocked to tourism and what steps could be taken to Interest 1
sisal and
gift and other shops laden with mahogany, silverware more travelers In coming to the Republic of Haiti. # / .-
numerous native products. Then there are perfume, 'I

china, etc., all at pricea only the Islands can Monday morning at 8 :-15 we were on our way backto ..... .. :-w' a L

offer. Port-au-Prince to catch the Pan-Amercan Clipper MRS. VIVIAN TORRIEtCeChalrm

At 10:30 the opening ITAS session was held &t the leaving at 10 o'clock for Kingston, Jamaica. .ii

Rex. Theatre. Here we received greetings from the Prefect The Republic of Haiti is 10.700 square miles in area. In the nrtnlnj service tbf and

to which our chairman responded. Following the It occupies the Western third of the Island of HlspanloU. fence WAS thrilled by s musical

meeting we were taken to the Palace (the White house The eastern part Is occupied by the Dominican Republic. program given of the by church U* music under dtpartmf'Gt thdirrcticn .

of Haiti where we met Ills Excellency Francisco Duval. Haiti ,In Indian dialect' means "high land." and four of Un. Edith Hndioe.Mrs .

ier, president of the Republic. Each member of our group fifths of the country Is mountanous. OoUe Kemp was pelt so

and shook hands with the president, loist.
made his obeisance of the Re Haiti's population is 3500000. There are 200.000 inhabitants Under the leadership of Mr*.
and-toasted with champagne to the growth In the capital. The state religion Is Roman Ca.thoUc I. C Mlddn who served M
chairman and Mrs. Vivian Torrlea
public.President Duvalier Is a fine looking I well groomed, m. The national language is French. and Miss Johnnie Mae Perry, cochairmen .

dignified gentleman, whom It was both a There Is complete' freedom of worship. We visited the day was the best
soft speaking, the Episcopal Cathedral of Trinitie and met the Dean and ever. AW_
b1b e.t
privilege and a pleasure to meet. Captains raisinf meamounts
three of one of the Sisters. V. Terries,
The president is serving a six-year term, were Mr*
Before being elected as president he I There are some beautiful murals by Haitian artistsin S417: Mn. I. C. Mkklns $401;
which has expired. Miss Johnnie Perry $lao. The
was in the newspaper business for more thin 20 years. the Cathedral I total raised was $U 10.
The palace is a fine looking structure with beautiful Haiti Is the only nation governed by Negroes' in the All members along with the
of Haiti. New World.It pastor Join our chairman and cochairmen -
the
surroundings and well guarded by army sincere
Tra was quite an experience for us to witness every in expressifif
of the Inter-American
Earl Kennedy, chairman appreciation to all who participated
I vel Agents Society brought greetings to President Duvalier phase of the government and practically everythng else in rhe service and those
relationship between Haiti and being operated by Haitians. who came to share our Joy on
,,wish for better
fend a even this day It was by the cooperation
America from the Mayor of Detroit In hb reply the president We saw the monument to Henry Chri. tophe. the of our friends and member

the good wishes.At Iron market. We saw the Cathedral of Port-au-Prince, that made our 10th annual Wo
reciprocated
2:30 the Haitian government plane was some of the schools, the park, the waterfront, a cruise men's Day a success.

at our p.m.disposal and took us to Cap Haitian, the ship in the harbour the airport: but not one half of he

I. placed second city of the republic. Here we met another very interesting sights and other things to be seen In Port-au- U. S. Steel Gives

warm welcome. Delegates and officials met us. There was Prince and Cap Haitien. $43,000 to NegroColleges

J music and eight girls appropriately dressed held a welcome There are many interesting places and things time

banner as we disembarked; did not allow us to see, but we have seen enough and had

With Mrs. A. M. Armand of Magic Island Tours hotels.At In. enough Haitian hospitality showered upon us by these The United state Steel
located at
charge, we were soon comfortably our people that we can honestly recommend a visit to this foundation, has announced' a gift
4 p.m. there waa a reception at the Hotel De Vllle. unique Caribbean Republic.The of HTOOO to Negro colleges for

On this occasion Mayor Ludoric Vincent extended welcome following hotels and others we did not see, are the lMO- 1 acadmlc yar. Of this
amott. S53.000 h* been earmarked -
to us on behalf of the city. Earl Kennedy, respond. modern with beautiful surroundings and give good service for *rhooll of

ed. Other speakers included Clarence Bain. : the Untied Negro College Fund.

The Army Band furnished music. The Star SpangledBanner The Riviera the Castal de Haiti Mont Joli. Villa The remainder will co to ten ad-

and the La Dessalinenne opened and closed the Creole, Doux: Sejor Neck, the Rol Christophe. cUlkln&1 Those class schools A college not member tf

program. Haiti produces sugar, coffee, sisal, bananas, fruit, the Ttind which win receive
Among those present were The Most Rev. Bishop etc. She U rich in minerals including gold' silver, iron tin Si.000 .each Include: Allen Florid Unlffrslty -

Choquet of Haiti and Judge Maurice D. Bam Jean and coal. She has mahogany pine, llgnumvitae: and other Norma Institute.Claflin Collece.Jarri ChrUtun. -

Honorat Director General of Tourism. commercial woods. Oafcwood Cone *. Stillmsn
Jacques,
by the Cathedral on Saturday at the 6p.m. l.'ol late. Daniel Fame and MUe
We stopped crowded.At However two-thirds of Haiti's population is unem Collet**. Selma College and Paul
service. It was Quinn CoU.,..
6:30 p.m. there was a buffet supper *t the hotel ployed.There The 43 Negro school are ainoni
like the others, well attended and a very nice are really two Haitis like most places, the very a total of 710 institutions aided
Beck. It was poor who live In their shacks, and the much more privileged by the steel Foundation this
who live in magnificent homes. yes Together with *'pedalnu '
affair.On Sunday morning a motorcade to San Souci wherewe Ae: program total $..08PAGE ?,-
Next week will tell about our visit to JamaicaWomen's
saw the Chapel of Milot{ and our guide took us we you COO,



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... oM H. Phillip, pastor. friends wbo visited me &zdec THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, Ft6J0SATURDAY /. \\
my Illness in the Memorial HOB.I
Broward The South Browmrd rrofrea- pltaL Many thanks to the OS8 MAY 21 1960 PAGE 1UEM'VAW3 j
live Club will present Its first Inez Chapter No. 182 Weal Hollywood i ,. .. + .
County Annual Studenu Return Bail and the Ullta Chapter Ho.I -.. -
Monday nlfht, June 6 at the Nee 119 of Dsnia- Among visitors :; t'vr sembled In unity This crowd: '
News Hoyal Banamaa Club In Hallaa. were: s.a1c1t7 .packed std two Hew Y Hk fa T
i I "irtadiums, Yankee' staoium ;and
dale. Music will be Jurnlsned by
Miami Unit erf .1.
.
_Iftst -
the Polo Grounds. This is aa ianolrtni
C. Major Quintet. Donation 1.00 .
.y Mrs. Daisy Barrance, FrankDcctor. hovah's Wltatatea Writes al
educational
advance.' Ticket aai at as well aa an
on now
Godfrey Smells DavidBeu persona of feed will to aee the
Watts sews ,. business places along PembrokeRoad. Mrs. Edwards Mia Uxzile Watchtower Bfele and Tract Society picture t
Davis, Mrs. M. rrande Mad all OB law. motion pktareDivine The movie will be shown May
.....- dox. Deacon Lamar Cooper, Era Will International Aa.
%5. 7 pjn. at the Dorscy Junior
Sunday marks the great day of Tonunie Jackson, Deacon Arthur cccnbiy of Jehovah's Witness. '
Mrs. L. H. Majorand. a o a the popularity tea to be bald at Jackson Deacon Eddie Robln- HUh School. 7100 NW 17th ave,
Lloyd and Mamie Brian at Burlalo the home of Mrs. Gus Kant, M31 I son Mr* Carrie William. Mr. Delegates from 123 lands as MiamL No collection taken.
were guests for a few day SW 22nd st, for the benefit of and Mrs. Fred McIntosh Mr. and
MIB. L. H Major and ton the Woman's Day at Central Mrs. Jack )Cell, Mr. and Mra.I ,
of 012 NW tat ava Hallaadale. Churcb. All are Invited. Registration Jake' Fathinf. Deacon Ellis King
They also visited Nassau.All books will be opened Mr Robert Hall Walter Bowe,
from 2 pjn. Tea at 9 pan. Mn. Mr Johnson, Mr. Sticks Rev. N. Those
Democrats arc requested to E. J. Clark sponsor. I H. Phillip Mrs. Mary Jackson,
vote Tuesday. May 24 in the The Ladies' Auxiliary of Central Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wilkeraon,
primary run-oft. Politically Is giving a tea Sunday 130 Rev 1. S. Clark Mr. and Mr*. who
your, Ernestine S nlth. pm. at the home of the president Cooper W M. Ste bens, Mr*.I
Mrs. Dosha Curtla. The pubUc la Netha Jones, Mr. and Mr*.I
New Macedonia Baptist Church imrlted.My Stewart Mr. ea weD. r live in I II
2201 SW 'to West
I"" Hollywood I I
cordially Invite :you to sincere thanks to the many John T. Dunn

their annual White House Tea., style.demand.. t
.
Sunday May 22 at 1 pjn.. Mrs
Mamie Mike chairman Her. W PULL 12-A ELECT .,


Illustrious Potentateand MARVIN

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The Negro Shriner of North THANK YOU ALl.
and South America: are celebra.
ting Jubilee Day on Sunday, May
3a.. For many year the whit I am grateful to the Miami
Shriner did not permit Negroes Times and the Dade County GORDON GIN
to wear a Fn or a Shrine Emblem.
A long and bitter legal. Young Democratic Association w l
battle was fought and won by the for their endorsement.
Negro Shriner Thus we commemorate V feo .... a trine for Nly
the which' May I all friendsto
victory gave urge my .
ask for
r.. -1tIVL u tHnyt
us the right and privilege to wear
the Fez Emblem and symbolicRegalia. once again vote for me on Cad*'._f r*Lesion DrJ Gia.
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We shall hold celebration
our e
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at ML Zion Baptist Church at dyd
4 p-m. May 28. '!'be parade will MORTON LEE PERRYYOUR -, kmtAJOKH
stan from the Masonic flail at ern
1 P.... 1742 NW Ird ave. CANDIDATE FOR

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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA College EducationAt 4. There will be morale and ty Junior College, 7007 NW i
evening classes so that persons aye.
PAGE IS SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1960 Bargain Prices who are already working full-
time can arrange a college schedule -
1 College education at bargain which will not conflict with FOR
May 30 is Carnival ner by calling; the church: tad prices will be available to Dade their work schedules SALE
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same will be delivered to you for Countians this Fall. The D a d e
I 5. Dade County Junior College $ .000 DOWN
.
a small donation ,
Junior College, ;
M County support-
Time RedeemerNot 1 I" lcnr cost Institution. 5-room boutofl
at and truly a 2 a=
ed the State of Florida artaeak
by
I The climax of the festival twin matriculation fee Is only $75
I The One rented for $20 week. .
Dade County, will start opera.)I Pa,
only has May 30 been declared be a Night of Games. Many. tions in September with 1,000 for a half yes?. So two years ofc meats $40 week. 1044 NW ab
aj Memorial Day but many:: valuable ifftm wffl be students and two instructional liege: work can be done for a ttieet.
Holy Redeemer Church hu declared cJven away. Other than the prizes : total matriculation cost of $300.
to be + nat the there vfil centers. i I
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It as It' Spring FestlraJ of i r
be lour prizes linn away free. Any persons, regardless age i 8. The two year programs to be
Day.You and all your friends are First prize, a television set; second may apply for admission: if to Dade: offeredwill be struictly college FOR RENT
County Junior College he or
a $100 Savings Bond: third level work.
invited
,
to attend the fesUral
on she> has a high school diploma or,
the church grounds. This will be a typewriter end fourth, $25 I FURNISHED Apt. 1 bedroom. AH
certificate of equivalency and is I
worth of oeenea. Of course the modern. Adults. 729 NW
an all day affair. Entertainment Dad Interested< persons may secure S
winner need not be present.WANTED a bonafide resident of PL Terr. Phone MU l-=S.
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everyone, startinf at 11 ajn. .!
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The children : jt Listed below is information -
can enjoy themselves -
with pony rides and various t pertinent to the Junior College:I
Interesting fames. Everyone Men or women to sell televisions 1. There are on entrance exam I WORDS FOR THE WORLD
k invited to "Shop at the Coun- stereos and appliances.No nations.
try Store." This store will have 2. There is no deadline for applying ,
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commission. Call between f
looking for. Dinners will also be and 11 ..m. Mondays thru Fridays am.- son bould apply now to insure I I the Black. If the hearts ate pure, both are ae.
available. You can secure a dIn- for appointment NX 4-4238., that fall he has a place in enrollmentthis I ceptable unto Him Baha'i Writings.

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Idle Hour Art Club .

I Members of the Idle Hour Art
I
SATURDAY, MAY 21 1960 PAGE 9 Club worshipped on their 33rd -

.. anniversary at Mt. Tabor Baptist "
Church May 16. Mrs. Gertrude ruwRlvg

.... WUl.l&Duhe president, presented
._ .U 111 11 I 11 jommeacement esmtaasox
lira. Espy Johnson, the City
I Sunlight Chit-Chat Association's president, to make I.
Calendar at
the presentation to the church forbTheUpasttoor. 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
By PHIL HILBERT fund.
I'AMU SetTALLAHASSEE
.
_
N.M..M Rev. Brown, spoke

for all senior of The com on the subject "Mother. Home,
day -
Class SATURDAY
which very appropriate. AND
and Child was FRIDAY
I Sunlight was April 28, a deljht- mencement calendar of events
After a very inspiringservice .
I -
-
ful program was presented. Quest for Florida, A and M University the club and their guests I .--r- ti r
takers. were Sam Rajfcurn: drtc -' a* released by President GeorgeW went into the dining\ room where I
t leader and owner of Sir John Gore Jr follows: they were served a delicious din
.
lot*1. Joseph Bryant, ft'PleHDtie \ mnr
for Josten's Academy. Vlal- Thursday May 26, 7 pxo.couttcrauoa sere Mrs. M. Davis was not
O. Stmon and D. services' Charles Sorry I
tors were Mrs. : herewith us. She Is in California.
tvTfjmr
Hopkins.The) ester! Wood Tneatrc 9 pip, After dinner Mrs. tfcpy-
students took Char lea Win
following cas night program Johnson thanked the nosteas.
their state board examination on ter Wo.d fnvatrc; truiajr, May
L. Miller reporter
May 5. Mrs. I* Young. Mrs. C t'l. lu aon, Freuaeat Gore's chat: R A
Hodges Mrs. E. Adams S. Ar wiih toe seniors, ct arles Win-
nod G. Harris Mrs. C. Singletary. ler Wood Theatre; 8 pin, Preai. Miami Tuskegee '
Mrs. C. Johnson Mrs. L. cent and Mrs. Gore's reception,
Snow and Mrs. Denson. buzuawe Manor lor IeD.&On.& their Club Meets ta tier
Md 8opNt
alumni, the facul- Gary
the
The best of luck to those who rviauve. friends.Saturday The Miami T\alkepe Alumni j is wttitfttachotfMc;**
y ana hold its regular meet.
pasted and may you always remember Club will
Sunlight May 28, 9 airs. senur log Saturday, May 21 at 8 pun. j Car/a to****

The annual J spring dance ciTeD 1 breakiast. University Dining at the borne of Mrs Harriett I kdsIItti
by Sunlight was quite a succm iaU, 11 aoo, alumni mediae, Shooter 14001 Monroe St. Richmond +
on the eve of May 5, Mrs. A. bate Huum, Student Union mights. This is a very Imi i kgilreprwsLie II'TECHMOOIOR'
Monroe, was mistress of cere Bunding; 1 pjn. alumin dinner. \ monies. Hair styles were modeled pastor of the SWab Metropolitan closing our business for the year. t
by Mrs J. McKeithen, Miss G cuiumeuceaM.nl excretes Lee Ball All members are urged to be
Tunstall 1* Dean and P. HUbert Auditorium Dr. Benjamin IL: present and on time. sM
Fashions modeled by R. Dickinson Mays, president, Morebouse, Col- J. Carl Capers president. ; Mrs.I Euro iraioffli-sss
Mrs. J. McKeithen. G. Tun. .rte, Atlanta Ga. speaker. C. Mickine secretary. 1M1,.. M MJ MK>ai 1' 1

stall and Yours Truly
PLUS rAK ---
CARVER -
Many thanks foes to E. glade,
I chairman of the dance. SPRINTER SETS Air C.etltl.adCAPITOL

. New officers hare been elected' II \\
for the next six months.' Mrs. P.: TRACK MARKSJimmy
Hfcbcrt. president; Mrs. G. Kel-
low vice president; L. Dean: from Douglas only Negro to AND 1
\
Nau. treasurer. Good luck ls- make the Miami News Ail-City; I
dies! a .rack star from Carver lligh. led BUNCHETHEATRES 1to
Belated 1.lethnDa1 greetings an assault by the Miami team on
to Mrs. D. A. Julius who iI .n four records at the state high
Paris sad our devoted Mrs. D. vchool track championships Saturday SCapttel
H Brown. night at Florida A and M Mltfnkflht"
Students during your seven University.Duuglas. Th.atr.Only tat. NightA Weld Victoria Shaw
months at Sunlight, make most ofit. broke the state stnd- 4 at Bet TMatrea Michael CalUn-Tuesday ,

grasp as much knowledge as and in the 100-yard dub (8.1 seconds .i SUNDAY TRU FRIDAY V _.w
you piMttdy can and practice 1in ) and had a hand in two 2 BRIOITTK BARDOT
your daily work. We as beau record shattering: relays. HITtl
Ucvan* must always stick tofether. lie teamed with Edward Keels SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
('[! Richard Baxter and Rudolph "AND COD CREATED

---- CatnbrMige to rain the 440-yard WOMAN"In
Fla. Normal rt iiy in the record time of 43 seconds C,Ur Canyoo

flat. Plea seethe

Named Theme quartet came back The Girl in The Bikini V dtftarenc
the
Speakers later in the meet to lower .
BBO-yard reuy e....
for the
record
late .... SOS all Seats
W A..a.
Dr. JLPuryear Keel provided -
St Aufusllne to 130 seconds. ...... S*i4eMTUItate
presoVnt of Florida the fourta record, winning the N. C"" er sole M Oitato BRIGITTEBARDOT
will ee
Normal and Industrial Memorial :20-)ard daaia la 214 second
College announced today that the Competing stfaJnsl teams ol strictly
Baccaulaureate and Commence superior depth the MIami school ADULT&NTIRTAINM&NTI ?
merit speakers for the 68th Annual fmuhed third in the meet behindLakeland's

Commencrment Exercises Roohelle High and Ms.rdI M. t
j
would be Dr. A. B. Coleman Goulds' Maya lilga. M.tw aa/ O?
pastor of the Shiloh MetropoUta
At Jacksonville; and Dr Francis AIR CONDITIONED' ABCTTE GOES TO WAR"
Atkint. president of the Win-
L. Money! I a Ie P.re1wI.
.errwAand
sken.Sal.rn! Teachers College, on Save r. + w -
30. &r-cI RITZTHEATRE .,: ; Qanior.r rrr Rrs.... war.......r
May 29 S and Coin in and look w_1 tl $ ....... ..- .
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Dr Coleman s a graduate of The CoasWITHRIFT .r..w. w-
the Benedict College in Columbia NOW SHOWING' .ors -

S.C. and a very prominent clergy SHOPNew TAKE A GIANT
civic leader in
and
man.Jacksonville religious and the state of suui used m.rohandla. STEP"J.hney THEM..and
Die WATCH
vice preai Nan Ruby A
Florida. He is the first :
dent of the General State Baptist For thej entire family HueMWc4f hold'

Coaveeton of Florida; a member Federal H1.b.7 Uraen" F
No.
cf the Board of Trustees of 11* 44 your
Normal and Industrial Memoria DaaU Barry Sullivan

College; and holds memberships. breath
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Hold the honorable Clarence Bain
. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Royal TwentyThe Travel I Agents member of the Bahamas House

Ro>al Twenty Women' 2nd Meet in Haiti of Assembly and the TEAS representative -
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1960 Club of Coconut Grove held Its In Nassau.
regular meeting at the beautiful I I Fourteen members and special Travel Mr. Bam brought as his. guests .
home of Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn guests of Inter-American to the convention E. J. Rolle. A.
210 Florida Ave.. Coconut Grove Agents Society met in convention and-I W. MeKinney and demon Pin-
in Port-an-Prtocew:
on April 24. \ fas I der. Requests have Mira received
Haiti. May
PetionvilXe.
A review of the activities of from ofthe
the year was made with emphasis guests of the Commission.A liaiUaa,government. I CUban government.
and Tourist
k ti being given to past projectsand In Earl Kennedy of (Kennedy'sTravel
of the meeting
energies directed toward future highlight ) Detroit 'was retained as
addition to the hospitality, andcountless
programs.Mrs. courtesies of the hotel president
Rose Hall thanked the associations: and local travel Other officers include Hilton
r hostess for providing the members vents. was the honor of an audience Ilill (Hill Travel Inc.); New
i de.
and their with a
guests Freddie
with Francois Duvaller, York vice president;
ag.t.ful repast. president of the Republic of Hal. Henderson (Henderson Travel).
The meeting of May 8 was heldat Atlanta secretary; Charles North
a
--- the lovely home of Mrs. Rose In Petkmvill, the visiting (North's Travel Bureau). Miami
bPUNK AND Determinate the gang here at the Times are Mali; of Polk St, Richmond travel agents were welcomed officially J'NWrK. Board of directors
an among two of the main 1Duunt.l proud of Joe and may God bless Neighs Mrs. Ermatine Holton both by the governor and Jack.Cooper (Cooper Travel Bu-
y to success.vtaikcr I hun help{ to make this venture presided in the absence of the mayor of that province. teau), Cleveland; Morris Williams
rue; : )the Blind Gospelk him and help him to make this president Future plans were Requests for next year's meeting IMorria Travel), Mexico; Harold
&e > ; aa both plus. Joe Walker venture in the field of radio again discussed and ideas exchanged have been extended from Rodftrs (Rod era Travel), Phils
.._ own bund but this handidi broadcasting a tremendous suc.test. but no new developments representatives from Nassau by d lph1a.
vtu.ca would, have whipped were noted due to the conspicicus -
.ae uruinary human being didn't lack of members who were -

....u. ...u.At an early axe Joe VOTING CAMPAIGNING out of town.
__z jine: iiiterested in radio and nothing new to me. My mother Mrs. Roberta Jessie expressedthe I
d.....'-\1 to be an announcer. With Introduced me to It way back warm thanks and appreciation
...* rang aeterminauon, despite, there The first candidate I could to the hostess for her contribution
?'- u.ckers of mends, he attend- remember to go aU out for was to the success' and enjo/-
\o ana iimshed high school Ray Hamilton who was running mcnt of the after meeting fun :Brand New
.., ait buna in St. Auurtlne. for a city office in Key West.. It session.
IU .u.a Miami Times for a while, followed his postal carrier position The next meeting wtl be held
.i..u"ii> a break came in radio But here in Miami it's a bigoperation. May 22 at the home of Mrs. Beatrice
....n... fie a.o bit I-4I'tI in sports Most times the deal is Harrison 3630 Frow ave,
....n" utiung and news castlnf how much will I get? What'll you Coconut Grove. MOST BEAUTIFUL HOMES IN
r uoi UKbit stints be was soon do for me? or the old scratch my
a-,.vVtlt.'G'! and became a refui back and 111 scratch yours deal. NOTICE '
.. anauuncer doing newsl The RICHMOND HEIGHTS
i uu politics pot is at holing of
offkers and members
AH
.uwud..t., *>rts annoui2cinly point,, but long, before reaches Usher
.. records on the junior and senior
Un.on Association are urged to
..t IIWjUj IK wonts in our city point Mot of my friends asked I
.\. &iw-gu ne was better known whom I thought was the best' be present at our monthly pro-. 3 t 4 rfrtOrii Hints
gram Sunday. May 22 at 1 p.m.sharp
1..1 0. daily Gospel records"Gov man in the race. I told them
.. Blind Boy" we The program will be sponsored "*" -4
3 use i Carlton. I really believe he would -
between Mt Calvary Bap- ON TREMENDOUS LOTS
.-..uX Jce was really interested in make w a better governor.' Bryant
Church Junior Usher Board
6t'r6 broadcasting especially is OK but his views and past wt
.1 ..*v MM.baU iieia. Name any works show nothing. I am concerned and New lope P. B. Church
,...*..utv mi&er leaguer and Joe on benefited form. Now wn.or usher board. The programwill MODELS 10801 PERRY DRIVE
" B Church NW 13th st and
wink. on
\ d.vUl a nor am I working in the Carlton
sunk and determination. have camp. I just feel as if my way lit place. Thanking you in advance 14401 ELLINGTONOPEN
I.n...) V-MJ oil for Joseph. This and desires of Carlton should be for your cooperation.
weak" it was announced that yours! Deacon David Hudson, Pres.
'.'u> Mcl'nau of the Baltimore (Mont PRIMBOX en page 11) Rev. H. C. Samuel, pastor SUNDAY 1 to 5 P.M.
,: '*.'. u+. wed a.contract with Mrs. T. L. Ellison, reporter
j tw broadcast all their games --
a.-i u coastl Why a blind I Poppy Day Why be Out of Style? Built-in Oven and Range Hardwood Floors

1..... a* an. announcer for base Saturday May 21 U National
.u... gaiu_. You will have to Poppy Day. The Veterans of Let us convert your doublebreasted Sliding Patio Doors
"-.*". b due. Walker like I do-and Foreign Wars of the United suit to a single breasted I
tee head of the Orioles or.| Slates accept donations or you narrow lapel $18 up. Two Full Tiled Bathrooms With Two Tubs
)o until utift qo{ u ft q I op un may -buy a poppy and neip the Your Smiling Tailors 93? NW I
trdvydd alt '''nlic' "q tnovpiWa + caus of aiding disabled veterans 13rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn, Prop. Enclosed Garage Gas Heat
JUI\1\OU I.U 'wop UOnnluu Post 3693 U the local sponsor. indfStraighten
uu currtnt baseball broadcasters. Anything given will be highly Landscaped Paved {Streets and Sidewalks
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II.a recent promotion is aomeuc I appreciated.

th.J1& all are proud of. Wen Club to MeetI HARMAR Inc.

..&.. M>me years back when hem I I Phyllis Wheatley Art and ,
w" .." cbooL In the evening he Social Club will meet at the .y .
w .4 id drup by the Times to pick home of Mrs., Mable L Daniels Call .EveningsUN
u oil uf news lie was always
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Monday night May 23 at 8 p.m.
u. akvd most about Joe was his Mrs. Marie Price, president 5-8728 FR 9-8020
string you" later. To bear him
't 'IDC you" later To hear him r.IARKLEY'S:- : r ,
c w dk >vu would never think that Notice
c., itad SUCh a handicap of course Mrs Wayne Sanders well
'fl.a. ru-ver bothered him (at least known beautician who was formerly -
b. u would never know it) Once at Louise's Beauty Shop. your hairat
t ..r voice was recorded on his 4JK NW 8th *U Is now located ..tUlUan' .'.
n;< natal tape recorder, he can al- Beauty Shop 1136 NW HOME In one
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Make SILKY STRATE Dr.s&s. Jt M CasHmer ..wa.wetLetlan .

OZNTLX ur KKJULAK *rm i. 818 TWO OUNCt: But Madame Walker ttS Tank 1M LSI
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AT ALL COSMETIC COUNTEIISBEAUTIFUL I Hair OreaelNfLenf .U Father J.h.. Jl 14ft

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NEW JOHN A. McMINN. Own.r
YOUR COUNTY
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BUSINESSMAN and DRESSESThousands


CIVIC LEADER 5681 N.W. 17th Ave. of beautiful new dresses, values to $25


RESIDENT OF (Equipped for Barber Shop) Only $1.00 and.'upUNIFORMS'


DADE COUNTY Call MO 1-1052

35 YEARS



Your vote of confidence on May 3rd was deeply. ap- $1.00, $2.00 &: $3.00

CAL'SBAR Values to $12

preciated. It expressed the desire of Metro residence Men's, 80,'. and Children'a Clothing Lowest Prices
& GRILLENOW
SPECIAL CONSIDERATON TO DEALERS
rather than
be represented by businessmen poli
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SERVING APPAREL OUTLET

ticians. My aincere thanks to you. I urge your continued BREAKFAST LUNCH Moved to New Store

AND DINNERAt 449 W..FUf ler St. (on the comer' Phone FR 7-2943
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...* .. ,-,.J ,. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
I SATURDAY, MAY 21 1960 PACE 11


I New Mt. Calvary Women's Day at

Women Raise 974.54 New Bethel

New Bethel Missionary Baptist
Church will celebrate Its 4th annual -

JW .' Woman's Day program Sun.
day. May 22.


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I Day at Antioch Raises More I MT. HERMON A. M. t.UVT :. 1

MetropolitanAME Than $2,000 OnWoman's auiUfl Gay pastor

: Sunday School ......._.._.._....... gjg
I Church Day Morning worsnip ...-.._....._. u.x: i- r

Evening wortnip ...__.. 7.-UO
r. members of Metropolitan .. I Publicity Committee
.'.:E Church, 1778 NW 69th it. I sbat Under the leadership of our cs-
celebrate their 4th annual teemed pastor. Ml. Herraon is t
c _r Day. Sunday, May 22. I taking her rightful place in the
car:}gram is under: the dilree I community and in the kingdom c
J Mrs. Martha Marshall, bu.kUn On last Sunday morn- 4r
ran and Mrs. Llllie Mae i I tog the pastor preached a won-
co-chairman. 1 derful sermon and one person a
'.: Bernice S. Henderson, a + k was rvceived as member, one infant -
N of the faculty at E. O. t v and one youth were" baptised.

High School, Sebrlng.i 1 The pastor ofiwrs and nxtnber .- -- :.
*..Uh to thank all
morning speaker. She person who in w.
cr.it; religious worker, any way contributed to the sue MRS. WILLIE MAE JOHNSON
..f evening service, Mrs. ; cess ufXIr H ring Rally. W man's Day at New ML Cal
B> wn Simmons will be our The ACE League will meet vary Missionary Baptist Churchwas
jcakcr She received her Sunday evening at 5.30: pjn. with at its very, very best under
duration in the local 'President Sanford Nvsbitt incharge. the leadership of our coalman Our guest speaker w.11 be Mrs.
a BA degree In English Mrs Bessie Laird and co-chair M E t'ulmcr Mite" of Rev E. A.
s. uThern University where The Missionary Society will man. Willie Mae Johnson the Calmer of St Mary*. Weeieyan
an honor student and'' nave for you on the fifth Sundaya I I women are more than grateful Methodist Church Mr Culmer
director of dramatics j j.a I 1 a \\' prepared pro am. Attend fi r the very carefully planned i* a fine example of wuraaahoed.
.. furthered' her study In'' I the church of your 4.Ok'ei but if Woman's Day program. The event She to an ardent worker among
.nd drama at Cornell Uni-I | in doubt come to ilermon I i I had a'1!) women officials to carryout the youth and her untiring services
She s a member of theJ AME., "TtKBiggMt Uttle Church the services, banning; In her gracious and charming
the Incarnation.. Delta'' I in Town." Where the worship Sunday School with tirrsonaUty ha brought her to be
Theta Sorority, director: of'vcKtern 1. service U Quite in-nirinv lni..!!. .I Thompson, acting aa .upcrtntea-I one of the top religious j leader laSouth
Players Dramatic tual! and. full of Gospel truths the denL Florida New lietliel i* Indeed -
MR*. THCLMA NORTH
Eastern Star and State Be. I attendance i* great thus far. honored. All members and
)f the Daughters of Isls Chairman Please notice your calendar and fnrnd are ai ked to please eecne"
.rrsent she Is 1 local paper for the uecfc and attend -
an > 1I1iab Sunday last was a beautiful cut and enjoy the service at 11
'I at Northwestern Senior day as the women of the Antioch all activities. am
Baptist Church observed' their Remember the auk and thoaetio Sunday night there will be a
'I.e welcome to come and 8th annual Woman' Day. The '* are in ditrea. nt.x-at and literary prosgfam. AWf.r.anciai
I win services. These two church was filled to capacity and report will U made
*. w HI be Inspiring to those Springtime bloomed into flow ST. PAUL A. M. t:. IRey. | hur.tiay. by the eaptam Wont

.if them. era irum the dresses hats on thewomen's M. J. Fayson., pastor y-u worship with us this work?
Ellen Bowe publicity head to the tiny bout- ivth St and
4tn Court
.>n and Rev. J. J. Williams I Church of The Door
.r tnniere in the men's lapels. It Sunday School ..._.._._..__... tJk j Open
was a Very intcre unc day of aer- Morning worship .........._.. 1Iot'' (Congregational)
vice. Alf committees were at AtX League .._.. ,
Rev II C. McDowell pastor
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY their pats and everything was Evening worship ..._....... 1.3'1<< A.. E. McNeaU reporter
',. Alee Evans, teacher at timely- The members wish to express Hrgulsr morning service at 11
Wheatley Elementary The hlfblighU began in tae their thank to their assistant amwill be held at the Seventh
wi.l Sunday School: and ended with pastor the licv. s. Matthews for
lead the discussion at Day AdwnUst School Auditorium
B.traa'_ Center, 137 NW 11th the closing remarks at evening. the wonderful service he render.rd NW 35th ave and fth at. Sunday
7 service. Special thanks to Mr during the absence of theirpastor. with continuing '
"m. Sunday. May 22. Her morning the pastor -
and Mrs. L. E.
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Naomi A1ette
Sym< .
will be The Second Com. L.L.T. his series of sermon on the
; Christ" Thomas lor they were ftaU7he I Wane! to The R.-*urrrcOon.
f r\'OfWt u. cordally invited to highlight of the day. *T MARY't CWM
." hate in this They spoke with a magnetic MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
discussion.
power that WAS spiring w allj Sunday School wu opened by
who listened and to our visiting' the superintendent Mr*. M. Rev E M Thomas, pastor
'
FRIENDSHIP choirs and aU our tfu *U who are Worthy. After devotion classes I'nyllu Myers, reporter'

: BAPTIST too numerous to name to our totk their respective places with MRS. BESSIE LAIRD Sunday School .. ... ....? .. '.41
:it"C J Burny. pastor and the brethren for your their teacher The lesson was Morning Worship .............._ ll. 0
Claudia Wilson pastor saint support and to our cba.1rI, re vie A,ed by the Rev H. V. Stuart A very inspiring meatage sas"i.uversd BTU. ....._.._.._. ........-....... 541
s. l-% School ..._.., reporter ..so man. Mia. Thekna M. North and Morning worship. was led by the by Mrs. Maggie Green. Eveningfonhlo .. .. ... ':00
11! rig services co-workers, you are to be commended pastor He preached from St. Her tuple was "Unload and Keep Sunday morning our poster. delivered *
!: 11:00 fur Job well done. Mark 1021. theme The Crusade .n Kuaiung" We brought our wfetefc
1:1" .._.._ a the tnrs+ajFu sots,
SSO 2ouo "..as raoed. for CbrlL", Everyone was spirituaUy pr casein to a clo w with a musi- "
'. flg .ervkts ..._ More than $ God u Judcv. It we later
_, 7300 theWtsurn
u rat! sponsored by
1 t. revival WftM'd. No. 2 choir fur- program eating and everyone *noy.d :L
service are at TRIUMPHWe niafeed music wit their organist, uf on choir and member Sunday evening at 3 o'eloek No.
'he prayer service* will Mia Phyllis Ferguson and Albert uf the cbupoh We congratu aaalversary
anted oar choir had It* 24th -
r-. * .*' ng' service will begin having a grand time this coming I son rd paled in the contecL But apecialr choirs there and everytfeinf w**
'
'I': Rv J. E. McCrary of Sunday with a big event in sessum. Evening devotion was led by .. end Honor goe; to none just carried out wonaerfutty.
*-u: conduct the senrices. Our tug Woman's Day will the pastor.. U hers' board No. 1 outer than Mrs. W. P. Tarpley. Avery Next" Sunday May X, the
...* coatinue in prayer for be at the Triumph church in Op rhea gamed out a program In enjoyable day wa brought Junior Church will coieldrak M>
*k and shut in. Ucka Sunday all day celebration of their 36ta anniversary to a rinse by some encouraging: 3rd anniversary
We will also have avcialue Albert Bain was muter r. n......s hum the pastor. Sister Mary Kelly U Milt aiek

lltlNITY C. M. E. u frum bthcr c&urchc*. of cerrmooy and Mrs. M. Worthy at her home We are preying for
You are invited to come out was guest speaker. No. 1cfeoir
her a Mired' recovery'
2U.W.: TEMPLE BAPTIST |
Jtn court I and Jan in with us. furnished music with their
w V Geary, minister Also doat forget our School of organist. Mrs G. McFord, and No.
%' School ._..._._.. 130 I Wudaro:., which begin at 10 aon. 2 ushers wrved. The president Rv L. A. Thompson pastor Youth Day at
worship ._.._._ IICK and our noonday service waJcfc\ c dicers and members wish to The First Fruitsa play pre. New
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n. worship ..._...... 7-Of I I HopeYouth
txtJi at 12 o'clock. thank these who took part on theprogram. M' ted by the Missionary Society
T' pastor and officers wish U Then beck *t ** with our I I I uut Monday evening was quite I Day will be observed at

n" j : members for their con Young People EducaUon Band.I Let UI pray for our sick ando a .ucces*,. An appreciative audience New Hop Missionary Baptist
;. "' .rr this first half of I960.A After which our g-Larifkd ei- & r.. was in attendance and G4tb at. and 15th ew. Sunday.
A ab1e tG make &.he beft vice which begins at 8 p.m. I I I ".ry ''*et report in our area, You are invited to come: out and ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev participating were: Mis Elsie known 'Instructor in foreign laacuage
.ncludcis Florida and Ala. enjoy yuuTMlf .ita us. itBLlvtrLi.H I i I I IKwalas, narrator; Miss L ROM at BTW Higti School w.l
..- Noting short of a hard J W. Sttvtoerson, pastor Martha. Mr*. Augusta Newbold be the morning speaker.The .
*.r..i membership could have : MtlMUDlSTSenoor M. T. Copeland, reporter I I V'o.ce; Mrs. B. Hart, widow; Rev. evening speaker' will be
''..$ possible. Sunday School ..1-., H: Hutenrton. her eon, Brother Allen Turner a student at Northwestern -
-r ..actor has Just returned Usher Board No. 1 will Morning worship ..........- 11:00 I George 1IU Jurn, Elijah; Mrs. M. High School who U as*
Memphis, Tenn.. where he have charge: of class meeting BTU _.__......_..... I.JI. Hail 1. Angel Mrs. Florence Hep piring< for the ministry:
Dipped and studied with Tuesday mt Evening worship 7:00 burn. ),,1". Ethel English, Mrs. L.Juansoa. ---
.Hie-r. of our church. We are We are to worship at MLPleasant I Sunday morning the deacons I Mrs M. Atwrell. Mrs. L. Honors Mrs. China
Opa
Methodist Church Mrs. Eva Gibson Mrs.
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great plans for the fuOn W.tklAl.
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Mill be in charge\ of grayer service -
W. M. Mack, pastor '
Rev. G, Burns
the Locka. I ( .uU1da Hepburn Mrs
fourth
Sunday
'' of
2 and usher'board The junior choir will furnish Auxiliary Board No 1
'n a< the Rev O. L. Barr our May 20 Cbo.r will No. _rYe. one I musIC and the jun.or ushers. at p aved the role of migrant Greater Bethel! AME Church held t
1
No. .. week the church celebr.i -
at Fort Tr
L uderdale. will > I
their of duty. regular meeting tn the spaciousand
the corner poet
r"'dc' Let church u located on I : i-s 28tb anniversary. Ser-
every OlE in Miami and Lincoln streets. Choir No 2 will begin their uttfuUy-drcorated Florid
!" Detent This is (d Johnson v.tx* err tn-tng sponsored by the
man a Thursday Room of Mrs Lacey H Drayton.Mother's .
Straw Ride to : anniversary **viee on
'u'iwuker Night in Nassau I It I auxiliaries and conducted -
and a native of.t."rg.a. May 19 A and close v nou Day
usher board night p-m.
sponsored by ministers and their
peruse
23 at.I pjn.'1 t Sunday. May 22 at 3 p.m. We by viMUng Mrs. Gertrude Ford a memberof
On t No. I. Monday. May The observance
** of June the of co&gr Aation
men cnurch. Round cordiaJy invite. you to attend all the board was hostess for the
< wu.-cii Bus leave from I .rrmtnatat Sunday night with a
will
sponsor a trip to of these program to make it a&rH&.u (1ft'aa1o .
!bvaeh Get your ticket Sun- trip 75 cent ff *.{M Thank you r1oW' Following the regular
<<'ffol
'. v The fifth Sunday will be We are navinj u our specialjuest I Tonight <>riday) Miss D. Hart session Mrs Ford served a deJtc-
i -. at the 11 am setvioe. tae presence. sale tn behalf
unary- Day. The will will 1 have a dinner -
pastor follow
will iou buffet
night we
Sunday sujreMrs
wel-
roach Club at the dty. We Union at her
and the Missionaries will MRS uf the Training honoredas
the usual procedure. I Sally China ws
*' .n the program come this very fine group of la- Dinner sale will continue at the I nome. 16915! NW 24th *ve.. Opa the oldest mother on toe board

c"T'. to Trinity, the friendly dia. and visit our ildc home of Sister and Bro. Earnest I. Locks Friends are invttod. fin* was iven a beautiful cor.
....tC'tJ where religion at our Let u* pray Pierce; 3360 NW 48th ten, sage by Mr Drayton. who also
.nt"q and not our side-line. and shut-lcjL phone NE 4-7728 Don't miss this. presentrd token in remembrance" !

MEMORIAL AME delicious dinner. Place order BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST of mothers to aU members pres
ST. JAMES A. M. E. MARTIN early.
Richmond Heights Coming events; May 29, time 2749 N.W. 49th Street entThe president! Mr. JeaaeHe
Rn H McNeal, Harris pastor, HarrU. reporter 4-4 pm, place. Mr. and Mrs. Rev R. Thompson, acting pastor Foltom. acknowledged the prey
Mr* Sadie: F. Dean reporter Wlk&a John A. McMinalt< 4307 NW 29th Annie Pratt, reporter enre of members and gave a

'"'.' day School ..._.. tSO Rev. L. 1L Brown...... psat no I ave A tea sponsored by the Sunday School .._..... ".JQ brief report of the event of the
School
m rj Worship 11:00 Sunday worship11- -- : t. Pastor's Aid Ch*. June 8, toe revival Morning worship 11:00 AME Conference meeting tn Lei

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FLORIDA Joseph Anderson.Claude Trtppj 11, copal Win Blxj react Cburch: School sponaon will bar
I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. MAY 21, 1960 1 Bruton; 20th.Dcrreaux Renlia rryar,\Miami at the sister, Francis a'luncheon meeting. (The Drogue.
SATURDAY, \Y onne Mae Foster Irma My mother, Bowen will Include the election of officers
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PAGE 12 Allison ShaW Mehreae Mlktl,I and niece Betty Stwyer wets and directors for the DiY*
-- Naomi Anderson W. Symonette, NaEspy --..- up for 1M!_weekend.. ReaGladys. Ion of Church School Educators
tDeU'aT
Paulette Darts; 28 Good Nathaniel -* TUrn toyed a11 and John Crosby,i! The following officers and directors -
r Rolle; 28 Frank dark. Steward Mate Jrd data, will exchance were elected at last'
man. Page Simmons, Etta nuptial TOWS Jane I atBethel week's annual meeting: Ear
within this Baptist Church. Starnes. president; John,8. Ben-
r The announcement Miss Con
n.ett..ice president;
sheet regarding the continuanceof will Burghard clerk; Mrs. Ron KIl-
1 the Range Funeral Home 'financial secretary; Danfe
ler.
that hare UNITARIAN
FIRST
\ questions
answer many Tbe McMullen, treasurer. Director
Mlamlans.
come from most terms a Robert
for three year :
\ courteous will be
M icanw ara outstanding operations understanding Dr. Gordon Hatcher M. Deehl retiring president, ant
and the the First Unitari
manner at
guest speaker Ross.
A.
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-- -- --- service rendered by this firm 44 sw TtHTh RM4MI.-,-
Church -- ,..
THE FATHER NELSON PIN.DER'S ding reception Is Saturday eve still goes on.Melvese I May 22,11... Dr. list ----
addition Is an 8 Ib. baby native of Canada who re
girl The Andrew Williams in& May 21"SAMMY Plnder. Amenas Dean,Ian ,. a"his training at McOill\Your Vote i* Needed
born Van Dyke
girl Mamie TThe
(Hattie Oliver) tint a PAYNE. the North- Venora Mlngo lt7. has chosen
May 10 Sh1rl inn lJpkJ.nland Vocational School Instructor Vernal Thomas, Annie Tyves. of the Free Mind for his
Jr. western UM "
Charles Richardson launched his newly built Eoise Reynolds were among -.... ... ". -- !: ....._.. *:if!:*"
3rd class) art I .. ... -
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bate .. .. ... .,
offshorefishing ... .. --
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Steward .. ;! -ir -IV
some .
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( 26 cruller by doing -. -. -;!. ..- ;! ..
mailing altar date invites. to The their EarVe June Allen Bert last Saturday Cooper and Harold T. "Op Wil ita..!.....!.. .-.-,.. ... ..-a= 6.

Jr., are having their housewarming Urns Williams made the trip along with tl:
May YOUNG
evening
26 down Richmond Saturday Heights and VaL wad Sammie did a brisk Jr. The business rod and In landing reelers DADE COUNTY

Altortha Jofe&son
and groupers.
grunts
ter arrival was May u'
CatfUeU's 1:
daughter. Cherie Moniqu IN MAY: 1th.
8 a BIRTHDAYS
The Arthur Austins' wed.- ...--;; sl fat DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION
= I :

ELECT. Listed Below And Urges
ViEndorsees The Candidates

Dr. Jack H. BeckwithTO !&u; Your Cooperation:


l;|t FOR GOVERNOR:
THE
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COUNTYCOMMISSION W DOYLE
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Help Dade's Hospital, Health ft Dist. 1-JACK BECKWITH . . . . 1-Fail

And Welfare ProgramMy :,n u Dist. 2-JOHNSON E. DAVIS . . . 2-F

.... Moo) HARRISON . . . 3-G
friends & I Dist. 3-M. R. (
than 45,000
sincere thanks to the more '
of confidence in the PrimaryElection JUDGE
for their vote CIRCUIT
I supporters FOR
: May 3. Your continued support and and hospital vote on I,30I, 1-FRANCIS J. CHRISTIE . . 4-A
judgement
May 24th, will bring mature I Group
3 Dadea multi-
for !
formulate policy
) experience to help SECRETARY OF STATE

; millton>dollar hospital, health aDd welfare prop'am.Everyone i'#-.t!_ TOM FOR ADAMS . . . . ... 6-A

in Dade County -- AGRICULTUREW.
OF
fill FOR COMMISSIONER

Can Vote for Jack Beckwith \ I W. R. (Buster) Hancock . . . . . 7-B
(Paid Political AO.)
,I Juvenile Domestic Relations Court
!n# For Judge

I B DIXIE H. CHASTAIN . . . . 8-A

& For Judge, Small Claims Court

Elect. .. kl ,9.Alic PERRY 9AFor

Board of Instruction

Ralph B. sft; Group 2-JACK D. GORDON . . . 10-B

For Justice of The Peace .'

FERGUSONJustice ; Dist. THOMAS E. LEE . .,, 1LB

.n Dist. CARLOS B. FERNANDEZ . . ll-Bf"
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of the FOR CONSTABLE
I MARVIN "Red" CHRISTMAS . 12-A
Peace ''a Dist.

DISTRICT 2 .n.,.,.; For Democratic National Committeeman

JOHN M. SPOTTSWOOD . . . . 27-B
"Fairness With Ferguson"A
agP For Democratic National Committeewoman

BIRTH PEGGY EHRMANN . . . . . 29-B
MIAMIAN BY 1 f
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BORN IN D1STRCT 2Knows ; ELECTION DAY, TUESDAY, MAY 24. 1980
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1.1..... H A VOTE FOR THESE CANDIDATES 15 -A VOTE FOR GOOD
GOVERNMENT
and the things it needs for .
Dade County
1 DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION
I better and fairer justice for all of its people Dr.'Georef H. Green President Mr. John H. Barkley Treas.

11 Mrs. Evelyn Carter. Vice Pres. Mrs Mary L Brown, Sec'yMr.
'ul; Chaa. Higgs,.vice Prea Mrs. Addie Pierce Vice Pres.

PULL LEVER 11-A FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLS .
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,
FOR SALEBEAUTICIANS PAGE 13
listen to thU. A 1 SATURDAY, MAY 21 1960 I

beauty shop f r. salt.: Fullyhot
equ mod. Tree tirattx. PU-
light bill. Free gas electric neon .
alA plenty fre parkin Rent LANOUNT GUEST
s kss than $10 per week. Owner
leaving for Chlcafo. Must aelL2BEDROOM
OX J-281J or PL t4S2S. tnS\
NW 54th at

FURNmJREjn-FL and LODGING HOUSEROOMS

television and refrigerator. 1S01

NW 54th at. apt. 14 \ MONTHLY
OVERNIGHT, WEEKLY AND

I; W HOUSES. Liberty dtj area.
$i
FOR RENT Permanent SOCIAL name UCURITV, and member mortgage payment wood 1 floors bedrooms tile,I
CBS
very larre HOURS A DAY
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baanttfvaecUl OPEN
stamped en wallet alse roof Florida room. Supreme I
flow bed ,lata. 1.00 I
NICELY FURNISHED ae iirtty bras !\ealt). FR 1-5841.
1-2036
house. Quiet aurrovndlnciin Paetpald K. Brewn 1414 CettliwMiami 1203'/2 NW 3rd Ave. Call FR
room
Op Locka (Bunch Par keves Beach FleHda. TWO HOUSES on big lot front3bedrooms \
of clean alee bath screenedporch
). Desirous ,
.
quid family. rot information 2FURNISHED 500/0 SAVINGQuality hot water. Rear house 2 twill

call NA 1-66M. Ap printing .......1.! bed-rooms bath. Rent Low on down ODa ,..

ROOM in quiet, Her *r. .JM<- s few ef ear lew payment make Call payments.owner, 151 E 13th I, PROFESSOR HOMES
near downtown. Prefer ,"Ie_' st, Hialeah. TU $.983. MIl
'home, worklnf person ,Call FR DusInasL..cards., low u $U5 for .._
3-9327.untie 101FURNISHED 1,000;, ."n.-.,.. lew .a t*.48 fee BURNES PROPERTY 2260 NW Studio
Psychic
1.000; taletfeeetrs low aa HJO fee 62nd It. Now leased for restaurant -
weekly rooms., 2.100 Neb Nettneatfa lewa M and hotel for $250 per
sincle. $1000 doable, Man ".41 far '.DI* Calendars Uw ML800 month 2% story CBS bulldinf. ..
ISM 2170 Waahl&ftonAve ba.ks$ NetaKaa tar M Will sell at sacrifice or will arrange dollar and
advice many
tare
Guest. House.Locks FU. MU6ROOM .41 far 100; Ban Point gems lawaa food terms. Owner here 2 : S a 1 True
Opa ....| Mf 100. weeks. 151 E. 3th st, Hialeah untold worries. Why go through life
newly' We hew ever 800 law prleee TU 8-695. I
HOUSE. Bath ,
edwrtwsgclaltt.e" 1128Jackson's 111 ahow
Call raw thin ad
e.U"thiDC.lf. ? Bring
to unhappy
painted. Close tammy, Pfl 8 4Ht .
$ week. Leased by month.Owner Par Praa InfarmatlanADDED Toddle Inn itrr***. A naturalborn
Sal E. llth .L..., Hlaleah.Phcne you the way to
TU 8-095. U 21 II \ CALENDARS I :
INCOMENO 2i: true medium.

ok* June 11. At the ;
LARGE DUPLEX - MONEY DOWN .Nftta Party -
each withsctrately _h..I.I .
house i
bedroom YOUR LOT
one BUILD ON ... for hand sign
owned. See apt at NOW I 1 QratfMitUn E..& Take bua 14 to door, look
shape Income slew June 17-730 at aeU..". tltmtn.Ury 1-3012
AU In food down .... WOO NW 4JHTerr. I Ph. OX
St.
each. No mortiraie. Low In Dad all OX 14509Browanx I Ie" 10 cent 2118 N.W. 62nd
22(10 NW 64th tt. Own. t A4mltaln
ferment.Ml E. 13th It., TU $-*a. County I e"1.-. Plank J."a 18, -
rr. WI 2.9411WrlUi Virginia, ae.chSUMMER

FURNISHED Apt. 1 bedroomMimodern. Percy HepntmiArtCHITtCT I SCHOOL
729 NW Uth
Adults.
ANDaUILDI"
20 t. July K.
MU 10523.ROOM. Jwn .
Tern Phooe ".. 130.00 f.r entire' ears with.eW
Ter. 871 NW 7th Street tranMperUtlen. $40 with
Man. 1400 NW Ittb only.CHEAPEST HatlandaU Ha.farmaHy tr.nerut1en. t n..l day-8:18*
Sunday
Call \ '"d'u
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APT. 1 bedr+eant
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'Ml One Near privately-eI'r.modern.1-bedroom but Phone owned.stop.Adult UU act City See Terr 1-ORS.Adults apt water or at can only MM and:8., I Rev.For the Mother Pint Time in This Area I ''I\ 2| Acres Are \ '1 1I



1370 Gilbert NW NE SIlt 4-4121. U71 NW See thia great divine healer of all timea, EQUAL TO

7 today,
Slit at.APARTMENT. heal by prayer. See her
uiQ the can you :
Adult and late. There la no pity Lots
be too City
quiet residential. Near but. reasomble ... tomorroy may there' help on earth 18 Large
Inquire at WW NW for those knowing
rent t -"J I
: ,
Jll sick unhappy
,
Are
it. you
:30th are. don't seek WITH
but BUY
<
do STILL
Everything you CAN
'ROOMS -working men and duguited with Ufa? YOU
FR 11 this gifted
prtrQefs then nee
."wples.. "I. Cookng seems to go wrong, Down 1 Afr es

$395
lady.What Z

HOUSE. 1-bedrooma.Edison Center 1 bath Can and uJ- heart must L..U--.._..... \ $10 2 For

PL a half S-3781.In Also 1 furnlsbed room you s.. with your .y.a your con.ull.ti.be will I

for rent ,- ... With each reading and private returned Last ChanceTo
charm. She baa just Your
ROOM In a lameairy giv. away a free lucky
FURNISHED Phone and kitchen\' In India. She guarantees to re- LOW Prices
trip
house. triumph These
NE -*2SS.12SO from a in- Buy at
Phone For more
privtierea. and evil influence.
bad luck,
NW 43tv stFURNISHED more all about
call MU S-914S. should know
formation Facts you
Lovely yard
and porch. APT.Reasonable. OX 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE HAMPTON-COLLIER ACRES

:
1470.1.BEDROOM.
.I 10 YEARS
LAST
-
APT. ?ear. 1H17TW FR THE BEST LAND BUY IN TilE
OX 1-MS1 or Miami'
I2D4 It. "Greater
Men ay:
Research will
4-tttft. 1. Statistical million. This area
today, ia one
apt. ffi population

'NW'1 or Ird 3 ROOM ave, apt furnished 1. FR ..... grow to 4 million from people.Miami to Palm Beach t i. built

2. Going NORTH
city.
Furnshed or troy like one continuous
look
APARTMENT and
at program
5W up building
NW big
744 Miami
furnished
from
selling
3. Going SOUTH available good land u
Adults. and
now going on,
Street 1 and 1 of dollar per acre
62nd
NW thousand
2020 at
bedroom bungalow free style playcround CBS MADAM MARYUSpiritual 4. Miami. can't grow eat in the ocean.
solar
Hot and water tree rt1DlRdrt reason See 5. Miami mutt grow we.ACRES t. on line of Dade and

able. Psychic ReaderWill 6. IIAMPTON-COLLIER 12 feet elevation, and
Counties, average
Collier
with prlnwbath
VERY NICE ROOM For men.S6SO EverythingYou in direct line of future epanion. and sell
and entrance. PL Tell You are land CHEAP
BUY
NW fth ave. Phone Know! There Are no Secreta Hidden 7. It ia good sense to
Wish to
l- 23e. Solve AnyProblem HIGH.
Will U $158.00)
Fron This Medium' VUion (Average COlt of our 1 Acre reports this .

FOR SALE 8. United State Dept of Agriculture underlying limestone ,

and nJcej onbedroom distress. ? Do. bad ha FINE SANDY MARL '
Large duplex Dlec.vr.l.d, sick ar In area
prtvatebath.
house each with All in Are yes unhappy u"dertAk'' T It I YOlllf to 5 feet. much timber -
lot. In all year contain
Big fenced In $4week .$0 luck *'.m ta follow yaa ta you? Do you want 9. Government reporta thia area

food, sound$1830 shape.each.Income No mortraie .._"..rt. wife .r huabaod unfaithful will ""rTY' If you da. coma see suitable for pulpwood.HamptonCollier.
or Total and wham yea
arranged. .. know when haart.
Terms and laving
12000. law down paymentof Out on ... ,lfte4 medium with the amllln9 fan Acres
premises
owner on 1.9700
town 84tt at OX
Saturday only 2180 NW write S. A. 2630 N.W. 62nd Street
MU 1-3740 or Market
Phone FU. fttaven'a
Naples Fram
Acraaa
Park. Directly

Beyer. Naples location.101 You've heard Madam Mary on Radio Station WFEC 195 N.W. 14th St. FR 3-1725

Nke
BEAUTY For information SALON.can In the am. NOW LISTEN TO MADAM MARY'S "In the Barber College Building"
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FR 4.8722. pm. WMBM -
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


PAGE 14 SATURDAY, MAY, 21, 196<) DEATHS T ". :

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Announcement


CARDSMEMORIALSIN Range J c. :
.1
.
rh Formal.announcement ia
-- ---- hereby made of the death of

MEMORIAM IN MEMORIAMIn Oscar L Range, owner of Range Funeral Home. We

however wish to have you know that the

[ CHI] ;loved gad but loving memory of loving memory of our moth: teous, efficient services to which have same cour-

one. er and grandmother, i you been accustomed -
( ERALD CHARLES. MJNGOHfh.i I during; his Ufe-tnue fa being carried
:. departed this life at K e y his widow on by
Wt t May 21 IMS. with the assistance of the entire

Denth is no more among our foes staff in the usual manner. Mr. Clinton present

Since Christ the mighty conqueror Freeman, Ii.
rose; R censed Embalmer and Funeral Director ia

Beth rower and sting the Savior in the official capacity. employed


tie died stroke.broke and gave the finished. i iMrs. !

M.
Vcnora Mingo, wife ATHAUE RANGE, Owner

Mm Geraldine Last re. Dght

Mm Julia Mingo. 3, .

Mrs. Vandetoan Edwards step mother t at Silvertone Singing Trumpet

sister Kings in

Mrs. )Ernestine Welters sister a
ConventionThe
Earl Xealy. brother it. I 7th Anniversary
Alfa L. Saunders. brother II

M;iA' Edna Kemp, aunt .... .I'.I'1M Silvertone Singing Conven. I The greatest musical
tion
MrMirpah Adderly aunt k now in session at St of its kind will be program
James Baptist presented Fri
Church Hibiscus
day
sr Mrs. Reather Adderley of 1932 St and Charles Ave. Coconut Longshoremen's night May 27. 8 p.m. at the

CARD OF THANKS NW 6th are, died Friday May Crone Rev X W. Watson, pastor 2nd HalL 818 NW

Th"r '" of the late 13 at her residence.' Mrs Adder-- Monday and Tuesday nights niversary ave. concluding the 7th an
C lJTLI N ES--- Icy had lived in Miami for M of the Trumpet Kings

MR5 I..ILL.'AN ALLEN years. She was formerly of Lab were two big nights' In the preconveotion Quintette of Miami.Sponsored .

City. She was a w.--. "*. At program. Wedrxusday'
LAWRENCE> John Baptist unb.-; night was the by the South Flor
opening
welcome ida
:MRS VICTORIA I., WARD I I itai I Spiritual Singers
Thedford Johnson, pastor. Beside program by the Church.' Thurs will Union it
feature
'h o passed from labor to reward her son, Clarence Wilson., she is day sire Friday nights' the Slrver-' such outstanding
May 22, 1959. BToups as: The Stars
survived by two sisters tone Groups officially of Harmony.
Mesdames opened' the The
Now Spirituals
the labourer's task is over Leola general of Joy. The
Conley and Viola Tunis r convention with Har
some of mon
; Thomas
Now the battle day is! past, two their Go/pel
brothers. Finley and Wilbur new and old numbers. Sat Zion. Chorus.
,
&:;w upon the farther shore Travelers. The 1TreSouthern
Haddock urday right Related }
: two
aa
usual
grandchildren. win be Featuring
Lardy the'O'a at lut Service .. Talent ..NightOn four iPUt_ _._ ..IL
were OMI-... *.**! tM. ; -- w ibtvuiH' me
?
Father In 0*
Thy Travelers
gracious keeping John The
Thursday with Smiling
H+ Leave we now thy servant sleep t officiating. the pastor Sunday the pastor will Jubilees.' The Spiritual Harmon-

ing. preach the annual sermon izers. The National Sons
during of

Mrs MaWe I. Dak.! The Infant son of Mr. and the morning service. A great Trumpet Thunder, The History of the
Dght songfest will Kings'
Mrs be plus
Edger Lee presented other
Shaddie Ward Stanley of 1549 at 9 singers gospel
son pm. when such
NE the as the
131st Sihrertone Sons
terrace died Chorus of Zion
Mrs Cleemie' on May 15 of and
Crumpton 4
voice' and others We
at
Mt. Sinai the Mt. invite
Hospital. Graveside Olhre aU of
daughter' service Male Chorus will be South Florida to be
at
Mrs. were conducted their' best present
Marguerite W. on May Dent
., Davis, 17 at Lincoln miss this.
ii daughter Memorial Park. E. G. You may obtain
I: Miss Lottie Ward daughter Luekie U rf"SldentJat'ben this program at your these ticket for

r t.. Grandchildren and other North .Travel Bureau places:
1104
Seniors NW
relatives 3rd ave., NeaHs
4 Memorial Hospital! 4825 NW Super Market
r lit May 27th
Joseph 17 ave.
Frierson of nee Perd- following a period Barber Jackson's
o" I val ave.. died He of illness Shopi 14705 NW
May 18. Funeral was a student 22nd
/ CARD OF THANKSThe services win be held Nigh' School at Docser Jr. ere, Opa Lock or from
Sunday in Decide' his member any
I' I : J '* Bbhopville. S. C. He is survived he is survived bv two sisters parents Spiritual of the South Florida

family of the late by his mother Lucy. brother Funeral. arrangements a Trumpet Singing Kings and Union and The

'. I MRS. MARY CLAYTON Albert are I Incomplete Cleaner 1333 NW Pratt's Dry
wish to Macon of Goulds died 82nd .t in!
express our sincere Liberty
who pitted thanks to each of May 10, ServW* ..tt.... ....-.... LU __ ctty.5f'rc:1 .
away on May 'I, and YOU fin* NOtWI \' --- Irot"lQ
was! laM to rest who were so thoughtful' '- York. Ala. He t* survived by I Qiclt.rd,01l : ,
Crapp
on May 12, takes so won sister. three a manager. nonl-
this method of expressing thanks derful and kind to us during our brothers. Mr. Macon lion advance S1.00
had ,
I been at the
door
and bereavement a resident 11.25.
j of
appreciation to the May the Lord Dade Mr Emily
friend many bless and County for the 20 Knight 541 NW I
who were so kind during keep each of you. past """an. 19th St. died at home
i its hours on May IS.
of Funeral
Thanks for bereavement Garfield Clayton, husband Funeral for Larry Mills American held from St. Peter
your cards
tetetranHt. flowers letters, Mrs Gladys Solomon: Dght 14920 Tyler St. Richmond Catholic Church en DUNBAR
Thursday
cars and all Mrs was May 19
held
Athalie Wednesday' at 10
other kind Mullins. Dght at the with ajn.
gestures of srmpathy.. James el with atl burial in Everueen An art room
Clayton the Rev Memo resplendent
Special son C. C. I
thanks to the RevEd Carol officiating" rial! CemeterySolomon many projects done with
ward T Graham. and members' Clayton, son lie Is survived by grad.. 1-6 by pupils of
if Mt Z mother. Gladys and btter.I was the center of
nn n rM traction at
Church. Dater at
and CARD list 423 W our school)
the OF ttJi on
Rev Thurs
S A Thomas and THANKSThe I ave died at day and
memherK home Friday

of Mt House on May IS. Mrs Jam> Flow
Sinai Baptist Church. of Albert. Funeral held from ers, art consultant
Mt
Atfttin thanks family nntUt Shay arranged the
to of the
displays
everyone for : late. Church "'-tth
vmrthtng MR MAXIE WJIJJAMS Funeral !service. for Jim Johns o m with burial!on May 21 at 3 display such finesse. On
In were
Mother" who departed linn of 544 NW Evergreen.: painting*, vase*. h I
Mabel and Family this life May ID, died 14th st, who trays 'what nots. straw a<
wish to thank the many on May 10 were conducted Harrison straw baskets.

THANK t and nt"'hhbn.. ___H_... *."..-. M.-*- -*-friendscards -___ Mar 18 at 4 p.m In the chapeL, place died Grrm. 1723 NW 1st and beach bag ..riA. wallets
YOU mnr at home many
IIUnons.
Rev more
telegram., Otis Munday on May 14. projects made
Funeral
flowers" officiated.I I held from
during from sticks,
T ; milks
w!lh to thank all the our ad chapel on May cartons
staff of I hours of bereavement 21 at 3 p.m. the like and
Burial Those
fhmt.an! Hospital I I Eurene In Evergreen.: who
for the Special thanks McMath wpondd
won. to Rev O. of 2O20 NW 71 visiting by
Aerfu! service Turner n.j i ft died in really saw the end .
rendered to me Richardson's Jackson Hospital May duct of .. _Nt)
Mortuary ,.
work di ,
storing my 15-dav and 13 His "* t. .u
confinement Magic Clfr Cab survivor Include -- vj .ir 1I r low
as Co.
his ers
n patient there. Special thanks to "'ldP\\'. 7 children his In AoDreciat Al Among those visiting. were
mother. 2 Hurwitz.
Dr. G A. Simpson my attending Mrs Nancv' Waldin. sister I itters 2 brothers and 9 ion BPT art supervisor
teachers
tihv-: ;(fan! John Waldin grandcfWMren from Hia
gland
brother-in-law Funeral aervkes r wish' Park. I
to Phyllis
were take
Mat God Caesar conducted this method Wheatley.
bless each Sherman to
and brother May 20 at 2 how parents of
every I ICAPO Dm at't' my Dunbarite
appreciation
nile of I the and
You. Church of for kind. all member
I Christ HaEsn- nest shown to the of
Mamie Kelley room 21-C j OF THANKSWe dale Bro F L Thompson offieistlnr rent illness, I me durng my re- familyI
wiv
to I
: Ga.He. ..w.t to Balnbridpe ., think, Fr Elisha (lane especially. person I On Friday. May 13 Mrs. D S.
Expression Love
nel
of Thanks the family of the late 1 I vices! for following the ser. of the Orchard Villa fkh our librarian treated

MRS VIOLA WALKER I final rites. Dade (Count v---"..,_. ___ Ol._ ben of the family mem.
I --u '! each with
who
We the family died April SO. take Dr Albert LounciL piece of cake to a
of the late, this 1 Mrs Annie Edwards, Chrbtlsn help her cele
MRS method to thank Mae Brown !fo nltal brate her
JESSICA the who staff birthday
SAWYER lived family Was
many and she
at
1073 friends.
wlnh tn thank friends for their kind SW 170th It. Per- Mary prised when she sur.
our many friends sympathv. "'n. died In Albury was showered
for their especially do we thank Kendall Hospital with gifts and
expressions of sympathy Rev. W. May 12 on cards from
how-n towards us during K Smth.! the staff and coworkers Ga She was sent in Glrard. family ''Happy belated the {
our at 10 birthday
at o m May IN with
Jackson
t.t'r.\'t'm..nt Memorial 19 where a
We succ
thank you for Hospital. I funeral MEMORIAM **ten of successful
the services"
the flower neighbor of 153rd and burial successes to
will
telegrams and 154th1 you this
letter sake
sts oace? She in sad but 1 ar.
and the is !
card loving
the Rk'hardCn survtved '
donatSnn! We use especially of cars and want your to and staff brother husband: '7 children; 2 sister,by a I our dear son and brother memory ofj Calendar of events fer the .

thank Mar God 2 aunts and KENNETH O. week:
Archdeacon John E. Cuirner bless each Mortuaf'I 5 grand- HAMILTON
tranrchlldren.Cheryl who dacvrted f May 18
f"'r his kind consoling The Family: 19tS9. this life May II, May 19 -- Color Day
word Softball
If\ also thank in xir darkest hour. We I I Lynne Kemp rhe One year has I (faculty) game
the Miami OF four passed since
Household
THANKSThe you
j ICARD month old daughter have left May 20
I I f Ruth No M3 and Seminole Mrs John of Mr. and dar us It gems as yester- May Day

Chapter nf Eastern Stan for family I 78th KCten of 10330: SW idlY you rest In pews. Par If
ser I of the late. at Perrine. o.nJYa you missed
<
died loving any
'" I v C"f'C rendered. MRS. ELEE dall In Ken God knoWs beat ever event b*>

,I i If thou should call us to resign roman departed RUTH this life GORDON services hospital May 15. Graveside Mrs Aurelfa Humes. ot R 1 you too watchful can be of this calendar so
I in
were
May 2.1 conducted And the know!
I What most I prize.- -, .0 It n--,-.'_- w.--.. take this method<< of May 19. Fire ly Carolyn:! M Bain
expressing
mfR<< Its gratitude tn *.h-.. _,, -... *-*__*- i Mrs Mattie! Wetter I reporterTHE
I only I yield thee what Is thine and-neighbors- --who imnj U1CUO* home of her died at the i a I
were ao kind d.ul'ht.In t
Thy will b* done and thoughtful Marraret sr
during the Illness Roars with f
Mrs. Eunice Curry, and tired' whom she I
daughter death of our Miter and at 102J3 SW 177th
St .
Mrs. PerI
Rosa )loved
Detneriett Dght one. 'I I nine on May 14 Other -

Cwt Robert W. Sawyer, son I We thank those who sent let. are four sons: a brother survivors ... i, .J
Mrs Merline Sawyer. Dint ters. telegrams cards, flowers and and 12 grandchildren. sister J'

and eight grandchildrenIN for the use of cars and many,' service will !be conducted' Funeral '

personal expression I'l; urday. .lira' 21 at 1 Sat.
p.m. at Kerr I'P1 It! if.1

MEMORIAM Special) thanks to Rev. Emory Memorial the pastor.AME Rev Church. Perrine. I.'J &:
E. '
Jackson. Business J. Sheppard, .
In memory of our dear father and reational. Club Womeals Rec officiating. She. is now on view !
grandfather. Alpha Chi Pi in the chapel where! aloe
Omega will
GEORGE A. ROMER sorority and Order of main until funeral time. ra-
Eastern Star chapter Burial. II
No. 29. in
who" departed this life < Paradise.e
May 18 Special thanks to the House of ,

1954.Gone.. but not forgotten -Albert and efficient Funeral service.Kama's untiring F !ton Nickerson Jr. the 1 15-

The Family Abe Rlchvxkoa! Fulton rearold son of Mr and Mrs. LrSTDI:: c C LIMIT lI.Wr..l .....,:K'IOr

KIcUnoa! 6r. died to 4l1j NW Ile! ,Araw I. .. ..





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Feminine Emphasis MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

WROWSIN' Day at Mt. Meriah I'I!SATURDAY. MAY 21 I960 I

1r s. I* E. Thomas, moraine I '
speaker A member of St. John
Institutional DaytUt Church and ARMY SEEKS for talented personnel.
PAUL R. HIHRY --- -
-
a member of the local chapter of
If you are a fclh school graduate
- - - -
Zeta Beta Sorority _I IJliti I,HIGH SCHOOL in the near' future ask your

Senator John T. Kennedy ofMassachusetts learn and the Her. Edward T GRADS"Power local Army 'recruiter' CexgeaOtCacso.
has won another Graham president of the Ministerial about the Graduate Spec
Alliance bI'ou creetlnfsta I ialist Program ,an optics especially
Senator Wayne
victory deco Alt for Peace." phrase geared to the talents and
of toe convention. WQUsa
Morse ngt1ng by a rot
.
nation's tireless
signifying our potential of top high school grad
la fbe Marylandpresidential was speaker at the Layman'sLanta&
193,320 to 47,071
efforts for defense against a.&rafton. uates. This program enables INto
.
former ,
primary held on Oocjreasmao .',' serve as the theme of choose a career field now tad
May 17. He leads all aspirants for bceakfazt on Thursday morning. .. .. .' Armed Forces Day to be celebrated to enlist for training in that field

the nomination. The conrention passed a resolution .'.' Saturday, May 21. after graduation. Your choice of

Next TUad.we fo to the condemning all forms of -.', :ivMRS. Armed Forces Day, cotnmemo- training" is guaranteed before enlistment

polls again to choose our next diacrimnattoct and commendins ... rating past victories' and honorIng -
governor Let,', turn out in Urge those who are lighting for their the different branches of our Visit Sergeant Cacao today, and
numbers casting our rotes for rig ts. ; defense network, is a time also assure yourself of valuable training .
.
Doyle Carlton as governor' of Negro delegates were aecomo. .' .N. for evaluating the strength of the training that will develop
Florida dated at four Miami hotel '.", ., United' States and its allies and your talents to their fullest extent
,
"... for comparing that strength with and assure you of profitable
What No Summit Meeting the power of any would-be ag.grsesaors. future. Room J4S. post OffUeBuilding.
Well Nlkita KhrusLcher,., : ha the ;.. : Miami FR 1-lMOl
ball now and he Is taking back The City Commission on Monday The Arrays needs extend into
to East Berlin. Seys he mutt approved ouUdinf. 1,000 more ... ... many areas to missiles electron.
kick off again in eight months units of pubUe housing for both /J ia.. armor. Infantry, and to aircraft
time. Wow races. Units for large familiesare .. to name a few and today's
now in progress, one at J4Ux hkch school graduate have responded -
In Atlanta over 2.000 students ave and 63rd at and the other at readily to the demand Advertise! It Pays!
paraded the streets to the Wheat 19th ave and 30th si .. I
Street Baptist Church where the i I
-----
Rev. Martin Luther King ad. L W. TANNIN I
dressed! them. They were celebrating On Tuesday a light airplane left
the sixth anniversary of Grand Bahamas for Nassau' but Mrs. L W Fannin, the evening FOR GOVERNOR
the U. S. Supreme Court Order never reached. Shortly after taain > speaker l.. principal of R. R. ),(0-1
outlawing segregation in public I off the plane crashed killing ten. Elementary School, a member TO
schools. its tour occupants.' of St. John past president of I SWITCHED
Atlanta has not as yet integrated the Delta Sifma Theta Sorority
any of its schools. Mayor Robert Win* Hid wants This occason Is Mt. Moriaj I I DOYLE CARLTON
jail sentences imposed upon persons Baptist Church's Sixth FrminU
Employee at the Jackson Memorial convicted of boUta operation ] Emphasis Day and all roads will
Hospital which Negro taxpayers lead to the church, 0700 NW 14u BECAUSE I THNK HE STANDS FOR WHAT'S
help to support let it be I ave All plans haw been com
known on Wednesday that they A little advice. All free to anybody pleted for your enjoyment. RIGHT AND FAIR TO ALL
are tired of being segregated and purchasinc a home. Get a Miss Veomia Butler U cheJrmajk
eating inferior food. They took lawyer to fcandle It for you. & of public relations; Mrs. Madly -JOE SCOTTDRIVER'S
place In the line went into the pays oft There can be plenty of Davis general chairman, and Rev
cafeteria and had their meals trouble buying property. A L Shipp. pastor I

like other employees. Can you """ .
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-- -- -- - -- ---
"'- -riI -- -- -
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blame them? There is no law to }
prevent them and hospital authorities ENROLL NOW IN
should have long ago allowed r I LICENSE !
them the same privilegeas SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
.
any other employees.No
argument can be mad* that a Life Long Profession BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
the hospital is a private llUt1-\\
Wells who
tution. Henry
group was fired, Somebody' pays Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School O'BERRY'SMAGIC

the price. ;
1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-91WJ
SCHOOL
DRIVING
... ... CITY
.
.
conventionswere r r r -
r
Two, big church v I r \ r I i r 6262 N.W. 15th AvenueOX
held in Miami and Miami
Beach this week. The Southern 15283RUPTURE
lup ltl. 15.000 strong, and the FOR. .
Episcopal' Church in the Dioceseof t
Florida. HOME FENCES & FLORIDA -

The Baptist, among other IMPROVEMENTS AWNINGS ROOMS -
thfcm. talked about Roman Ca.
PROSTATE
tft UclIm. denying freedom to I The Man to a" la PILES .
people .. : J Varicose Veins
kaasuredPresident Rectal Diseases *
*
Eisenhower They of prayerful supportin F. W. Reynolds Cffrcti't painless now surgical sfus treatments At Uw coat-

the prevent crisis In Paris I and h"plta"n"Wh,
"a loss time er 4"eama Avaid surgery
meeting. 12 Factory RepreHnt.U.eYEARI AND I wear truest Why offer delay' and get weraaf
OF EXPERIENCE
The Hptacotui convention' held CONSULTATION FREE
9
in the City Auditorium heard KNOW-MOWI -IT'S GOOD TO KNOW far arthritis, n.urltls. ul-
the Rt Rev Henry I Louttit deliver Special f"tdieU ". traatmanta, diets
\ a masterly sermon and a&intefYung THE RIGHT PRODUCT TO BUY AN ear, bleed' pressure sinus a"'''''.. lest vlf.'. c..,..... 4laaaa.a
report upon wort in ADDED ADVANTAGE TO KNOW THE
ef man and w men.
the Dioceje Other highlights PERSON FROM WHOM YOU BUY IT"
were Corporate Communions at DR. LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
Church the Rev Fr HILlar Free Estimates Phone
Trinity
tarvtoa
pastor Addresses by Rt. Rev. 21 ..W. nth Ava. FR 1.1741 0 A General Health
PL 4-7929
Night
Randolph Clalrbome, Bishop of Day or
Atlanta, Ga. Commissioner. B. E. FHA Tires Wa Manay O we. Up UtO

M.nt U Pay .


J HOUSESFOR : Vandalism Is Costly


SALEA To Every Tenant

I
I
Real Bargain I A reward will be paid to anyone for confidential Information -
Open Sunday
$495 Down BOWLINGWill I leading to the arrest and conviction of any

3059 NW 58th St. This U a person who destroys property managed by Bonded

neat and clean bedtoom
Call FR 3-8416 and ask for
Collection
Agency.
house that you will be proudto

own. Painted Inside and Open Soon Lockhart.

out. Also large utility
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$495 Down I

Open Sunday I Get Your Teams '
3144 NW 60th St. Very alu!

2.bedroom home with large Down

front porch. Partly furnishe Ready Now $390

t f. Very nice. CBS utility

and workshop in rear. Only $75 PER MONTH
$80 per month. .

Drive by
Be Safe, Not SorryWe

can finance your auto MI-BOWLING 2-bedroom 1 bath

moble liability insurance on

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA LEGAL NOTICE Tree

SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1960 NOTICE NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS. Televkiea er Radio $250 D0w

Notice ia hereby given that 11MUDdenilMd Don't inns up your act $70 MONTH
Cuba Offers Beet country. Some of them are running desiring Co engage Drive by
special chartered planes to in business under the fictitious KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND
Travel Bargain accommodate organizations and name of Economy Gardening 1, SAVE MONEY 5854 N.W. 13th Are.
groups who have been invited to and Lawn Service, 170 NW Lta Get AeqvelntH
To Tourists this freedom celebration This 87th SL, Miami Fla. Intend to
marks the first time that an offlcial register the said name with the SERVICE CALLS ,FOR HOME
At the risk!: of aeeming unduly Clerk of ScRVICE: CALL f 1.50 Down
of a country baa gone' all Circuit: Court of Dade $500
bowlful we're telling you that out County, Ha.Shadrich.
to invite Negroes to their
Cuba today offers the most fantastically I OrtvaJn leg MONTH
anal
country with an assurance of first Lewis, Jr, owner Save Maaey
.
attractive trne1-bar.I' class treatment as first class citi May 14, 21, as. June 4 FREE PARKING TUBES Drive by
lain youll find TESTED FREE
land whkb its discoverer, Chris, tern Hwra' : I ...... t ...... Dally 3045 N.W. 58th St
topper Columbus, called the JDOIIbeauutul 15TH AVE. TO BE Cle 1 SentayeW
the human has .
eye ever Keep Our Sabbath
seen Is tourist rich in every sense J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone 2-feedrootna plus Florida;
of the word. Fabulous hotels well REBUILT Clearance Sale:
FR 4-3034 room, large living room,
appointed beacbea Uaed radio. TV consoles
clubs aightaeeiag. sports and asemitropical 307 N.W. 2nd AT*. Final approval by the C i t J dining room kitchen, stove,
climate with an annual Commission was received this and table models refrigerator. Phone owner,
temperature of approximately Wt apt and enlarge. picture ef week for the complete rebuildingof Reasonable prices PL 1-2420.
75 decrees, NW 15th are. from 62nd It.
roar loved one at half prte to 71st st. AUTHORIZED FACTORYTV
Cuba is a country completely i
endowed with everything However w. Make All Kinds of Fletvr** Rudy Levarity, chairman and REPAIRTV
otvohairman.: Freeman Johnson
,
one of its most important
along with Thomas Bannister!
plus is that it is a place where REPAIR CO.
witnessed the confirmation of the Pays to Advertise!
every man will receive first class resolution that will give NW 15th 923 N.W. 62nd St lIt
treatment as a first class citizen. _
aye a new look. JOE SCOTT PL 1-tMI _
This is so from fay colorful Havana
the capital city through A resolution authorizing: : City --
every island, Unlike some of the Clerk to advertise for sealed bids
tress reports about the people of for the construction will be completed
this Latin nation, the people are May 23 and on June 18th
among the friendliest in the bids will be received and the Old Indian Hair
world and are In no way hostileto contract awarded. It Is estimated Beauty
Americans. In fact, the government that construction. wort will be.
demands that Americans gin in July.
NEAR 54TH ST.
be treated with respect des?tte I
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the political chess fame which is I 1111111 .1 1 $1.00FOR
going on between the two gar.' $995 DownNew ADDED INCOMENO

ernments. 3-bedroom, 2 bath MONEY DOWN THE SCALP
With everything it has to offer,
CBS with built-in and
Cuba is today the cheapest vacation I oven BUILD ON YOUR LOT Till hair Cett41t1eMt' will .
spot on this hemisphere or ran Ie. This ia a lovely homein NOW wake up DULL DRY, tlfleahair.
in Europe. At present, the Cuban a nice quiet neighbor In Dade all OX 1-45O5 STRENGTHEN It. five It
Tourist Commission has started apermanent BODY. Made frem the Secret
tourist hood. We arrange all finan Broward County
promotionalplan Oils .f the INDIAN TRIBE *f
that's fantastic in scope cing. No closing costs. Balance WI 2-9411 CHIEF TAR. U. 10 day -
This plan Includes a special $1.00 like
rent. Small deposit Write: Percy Hepburn
bonus per person per night at will hold. See the unbelievable. .' IM.
any of its fabulous hotels Also a ARCHITECT ANDBUILDER PRO VI MINT.
15 percent commission on all I!
prepaid all-inclusive tours of the $395 Down 871 NW 7th Street
!: ALSO
country. Now, special low cum-'' Hallandale Fla. I
met rates are in effect with hotel -I I $75 MONTH formerly of Nassau, Bah.)
rates ranging from five to Newly decorated 2 bedroom Dream Book69c
Indian
right dollars nite "" .....111111.... Old
In luxury spots.per per person: I i iGoing I home Near Liberty City.I -
I I I Very large landscaped loL
into May 20, the anniversary No qualifying, no closing J. B. SMITH
of the Cuban independence
larmier Castro, himself is. costs. Move in today. ELECTRICSERVICE
inviting Americans to visit Cuba I -- For delivery phone NE 40956NO ,

and take part In their gigantic I> Opa Locka ( c. O. D.)
ceiebraton. The period from the30th
thru the long weekend of $795 DOWN-$88 MONTH Electrical Contractor Mail order plus 25c for handling
the :30th will be marked by car.nival Beautiful new 3-bedroom HOUSEWIRING"Don't
throughout Cuba and special
events in Havana. Special low CBS. Only one mortgage CUM Call ua" OLD INDIAN PRODUCTSP.
rates have been worked out with payment. We have two left

travel agencies throughout theJackson's in beautiful Rainbow Park. PHONE OX L3625 O. Box 901, Miami 47, Florida .

I Night or Day

Inn' Coconut Grove --
Toddle -

CALENDAR |,I$795 DOWN-$85 MONTH -H'\'t-.u.K"'T\' AU cr"r!. \ 7, ,_ 0U6' '. >>.J6__ A-7".M'_"''."r'_.' __,n..7"5._, __"" _'.-r._,..,...........r-.c."t_AD'!...
Large 2-bedroorn with beautiful
Pareat Party June 11. At the
Florida Room. Fire.place .
school I I ANNOUNCING THE OPENINGOF
Graduation Exeixleee" separate dining room
June 17-730 at Betteune Elemen 1 and awnings
Very large
tary School. SfOO NW 41rdTerr. THEPRESTIGE
AdmleeJe. SO cent landscaped lot. Call ua to

ChlldreVs Pknto Juno 1S. He.
Virginia BeachSUMMER

SCHOOL CASH. FOR YOUR LOT APIS

Jut.. 20 to July U. r--
Fee ilAO fer entire course, with BRIGHT REALTY
out traapftatl. f/40 withtransportation.
Scheel. day-* $- PL 7-S456 283 NW 79th SINew

3:15. ..nd'j I I 12th Ave. at 77th Terr. .



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Pocket TRANSITOR RADIO Sale
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Was $39.95 Now at Only $14.95

Powerful Dynamic Speaker-Make* a Wonderful' Gift
With' free battery, carrying case and Magnetic Earphone WE ARE NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR THE FINEST

Complete line of TV and Bad too-At low prices FURNISHED AIR CONDITIONED APARTMENTS IN THE CITY.
Low Repair" Prices

SOOTIN'S TV ADULTS PREFERRED

321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-159
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Bedroom extra large furnished air conditioned
,
, Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE

ALSO CONTRACT $100 Month $27 Week

PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

. Licensed and InouredColors

t Mixed Free Free Estimation and Conaultatlon
Large efficiency furnished air conditioned:
Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. ,

, Time payment plan a.ailable-Phone PL 9-3231 full l kitchen y

$75 Month $22 Week

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YOUR PORTRAIT ........ ...... $1.00I Enormous. 2-bedroora 2 bath apartment Larger than house, suitable
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ENLARGEMENTS r for Urge adult family. $125 month, $33 week.

see; t

COPIES Theae apartments will be available June 1. Pleeaae call PL 4-7165

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DAVID JEWELERS for appointmentf'

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

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HANGED FUNERAL HOME

5727 N. W. 17th Avenue Miami, Florida





, Dear Friends:
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i Thank you arc such inadequate words to describe the debt gratitude which it

now becomes my sad and grevious duty to ;wiy. but because no word or phrase no

matter how beautiful or descriptive could possibly; ro/irry my true feeling, and f c-

rouse you are my friends, I know )'ou'll understauwhen I say Thank You.


To the countless ones of you who rushed to my assistance in the early momentsof

my grief; to those who called and came ;in a never-ending procession throughoutthe

days and nights to serve, to see, or to offer a word of consolation, I wouldimv

you know that even though I was unable to greet each of you personally, I apprcci
"
ate from the very depths of my heart your having taken time; from your busy lives

to come and share nl)' grief.


To those who prepared, sent, and brought fowl and numberless other tokens of

love and sym/Hi//iy. / shall be ever grateful.The .


innumerable floral Remembrances and the thousands of you who came

from afar and near in the final hour IIYIJ in itself a most beautiful tribute one

that my family and I will cherish throughout the years to come.


To those who prayed to The Almighy Ctnl for Mercy and Deliverance for us,

please know that the Mercy, the Deliverance the Strength, and the Courage for

which you prayed have come in abundance, for how else nmld we have come throughour

ordeal other than through the Supernuturul'otter of Prayer.Do .


continue to call, continue to come, and above all else, continue; to help me to

"/.ra). all my Iturdensfutiy.." for I am strong in the knonlcdge of tI.t..,., that

"//r who sent to gloom and rain

Will send the sunshine; back again"


Yours in grateful and humble appreciation; %




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YOUNG MEZZO ences hare been high la their PAGE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 21, 1960
praise of her beautiful rolca.
Mrs. Jackson comet to this con.
SOPRANO IN cert fully qualified by training
and concert' stage experience to
CONCERT give a performance of professional Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFor
) Quality.
ML Tabor Baptist Church pre. Mt Tabor-It fortunate in haying Fair Dealt
cents Mrs Bertha Sharp Jack- opportunity of sharingthis
ton a talented young mezzo soprano rich musical experience with
in concert on Sunday afternoon fellow :Miamlans.
a. I at 3 o'clock at North. Mrs Sylvia IL RoUe, Mrs.
western High School auditorium. Jackson' accompanist, Ic also a
Mrs. Jackson a a native Miami graduate of Bethune-Cookman
in, the daughter of Mr. and College holding a US. degree la FAIR REALTY
Mrs. Harold. Sharp. JT74 NW music education. She was concert
49th st, who fooeer pianist during most of the years
I family that has contribute much that Mrs. Jackson was featured
to the drlc religious and cultural loisi! with the college choir.Mrs.
progress of the community. Rolfc is a music counselor in the
.
Dade School system. Mrs -- -- -- -
b HUH After School graduation she matriculated from: Dorsey at Jackson County is a teacher at Liberty ,..,..J'IoJ"J' \ ..< /
"N. .
Bethune-Cookman College wbere City Elementary School. 1 7 -
he received a B. S. degree in Admission to this concert is : ,
music For three of her four yean adults $1.00; children 50 cent' .: t
in college sbe was a featured .r)./1. ,. ; .. .' ';...-.,.-Ji.......
soloist in the famed Bethune- -
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Cookman Choir. During theM DO YOU HAVE A ,. "
years they toured a part of the
Central States and the Atlantic DRINKNG PROBLEM? ..,
Coastal States from Florida to \
Canada erring concerts' in most CALL FR 4-4773 } ..,. j'
of the principal cities W ere-
ever Mrs Jackson has sung music
OR OX 1.1278
critics and appreciative audi ; I t-V
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To Our Friends and Neighbors :' } .

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LEWIS and IRWIN of GRAND DRUGSin : ; % .

Coconut Grove would like to welcomeyou \

to the GRAND OPENING of their R ; 4\kLiM E


NEW STORE. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours


i Brand New bedrooms 2 baths CBS
JET .DRUGS
j North Miami Beach. Custom Built Terrific!!
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2699 N. W. 54th ST. ONLY $795 DOWN I

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COME HELP US CELEBRATEFree City Water Bathroom Heater

Streets and sidewalks .. All Graaaed

Gifts Given Away Built in Oven and Rang Close to 163rd St. Shopping Center
Utility Room ,1 Corner with carport

Big Grand Prize! Open Sunday 1-6 p.m.-See 1523 NE 152nd St.


OPENING SPECIALS!!! "..

Carver Ranches New 3-bdroom Opa Locka Beauties. Custom built 3-
IN DRUGS JEWELRY COSMETICS t CBS home. One block from achooL bedrooms. Oven and range, carport,
ONLY $295 DOWN driveway, rear screened Florida

MAY 19.21 One mortgage only $85 monthly porch, utility room. Several choice
See 4151 S.W. 22nd St. Iota still available to build. Put up
deposit. See models at NW 17th ave.
j
jI and NW 153rd SL. One mortgage.Liberty .
I City Brand new 3-bedroora $995 DOWN
JET DRUGS j CBS homes. Pick youra now.
I ONLY $995 DOWN I

2699 N.W. 54th Street NE 51154ACCURATE Shower doors, Venetian blinds.See bedroom home on large deep lot.
One mortgage only, to owners. Se.
1820 1830 N.W. 70th St.
3146 NW 60th St.
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COMPOUND PRESCRIPTIONSFree ONLY $495 DOWN

Brand new 3-bedroom CBS .. ,. ....
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pickup and delivery of prescriptionsOpen See 7450 N.W. 14th Ave.
Carport. shower dbora blinds See 1941 NW 58th St.

ONLY $995 DOWN bedroom CBS. Also frame house
7 a.m. to 12 p.m. 7 days a week
..... I 1 next door in rear. Low down pay.
went
t>1 2.bedroom, furnished. dean, large
... .., lot. One mortgage. See 2321 N.W.
59th St. Brand new 3-bedroom CBS homes.
ONLY $495 DOWN Opa Locka. $88 monthly. No closing

TV SICK ? .... ONLY $795 DOWN

See 7531 N.W. 13th Ave. costs.
... .. .... .. _
home for .11 II' .1
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Cozy couple
SAME DAY SERVICE On. mortgage paid to owner See 1961 NW 153rd St.

$495 DOWN 1730 N.W. 154th St.
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
$60 Monthly First deposit will hold

Picture Tube Special .11 nUH 1 .....

VISIT OR CALL TODAY
17.INCH-$22.95 2MNCH-$29.95

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SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .... ........ $2.50 FAIR REALTY H

Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges
201 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 7.1645
RENT A TV

Only $5.00 per week PL 7-1645


We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sun.
Vets Radio & TV Co.

.. List your lots with u* for quick cash sale

939 N.W. 3rd Avenue We have buyers. Best prices paid




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