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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 4, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (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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TEMPORA MUTANTUR CT NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLItTha

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37TH YEAR, NO. 41 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1960 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES

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Reefer Smokers Arrested P





in Jackson Hospital


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.. Metro officers arrested a woman
patient and her visitor
Thursday at Jackson JdftftOrialIIalpUal

Martin Luther King dgarets.and confiscated 60 marijuana *


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Because a nurse has a good y

brier, Metro officers were able to
Cleared of Charges arrest. the duo.

The two were Identified as AI.!

.k y. -- -- MONTGOMERY. Ala. The lie Bell Washington. %3, of 231S +
1 Rev Martin Luther King Jr., was School Drive, NEW YORK acquitted Saturday. on a chargeof was recuperating' after surgery.
white and James R. Frazier 23 of 909
perjury by a jury. .r
SUSPENDSSUGAR NW 2nd court.
He was accused of filing a
RAY laW state inoerne' tax return in Alerted by a nure who notedan
IPHI '"un-Jx"api tA 1-llke odor" andspotted ,
Family and close friends gathered MII'o: Sa .' t 'n,-m-
Thursday evening In theparsonage Ne'w York Sugar Ray Robinson I The integration leader Interpreted strange-looking yeitowrtfftrets. btor" ho t I- "I t I"! ."' "f ,,,..* .
of Rev and Mrs It. C. Thursday. was. suspendedby I the verdict" as **a real ray Metro patrolmen smarted er T 1iSa*. n<'.,M It.: ...,-',......
the two as they smoked
peacefully
of hope in the that it .
McDcnreU for the marriage of the New York State AtMeUc sense reveete Morn wtl! be th 't' n< a 4D eke Tat
in the woman's hospital
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that it is possible for one
the alumni rt'un.11: pnmram.w4 .
Gwendolyn Sawyer Barnett to Commission until he can squarehIrnaebf room.
Jame L. Cherry. with the Maryland. Commission to get" a just decitkn in the <' h will he hW on Tu wlavJtMe .
,;ou..
The bride U the daughter of for a runout on a Baltimore They found the 60 extra rref- 7. at 2 pant in the hooker
the late Dr. W. B. Sawyer, pioneer fightRobimon I And it also proves he said ers .Jn a tinfoil container' strapped T Wa siinaio>i audi".riuri. A
citizen ct Mhvni and Mrs. ffrparine for a June I that "there are hundreds of I under Fratier's shirt. gradual.* oil Clark Col1e.i>. Atlanta.
Albcrtha Sawyer. The cream's 10 challenge at Rotten against thousands of whJe; people In the c. and now a member of
parents are Mr and Mrs, Store' Paul Tender the world. mWdle- Frailer was charged with I'M- the faeuHv of JttnUnd Pae* Rrmfntory -
eight champion 'in MaMacHv- session of narcotics and freed 'in Mhtmf Ft l.uderdale.Mlas .
Cherry of Sanford. Mr. Cherry is
coordinator of Vocational Education setts and New York went right s+ $500 bond. The woman failed ta aiv>>tns will brI.a't a 'nut fIt
a
for Dade County end the ahead with the plans I I make bond and .ls still In pollee .inmitring mwaan''' M the f'C'ft'-'
custody.r ion The Craw of I94 wii: brr
bride is a mathematics instructor "Doggone.' it looks like HI
4r4>ratiSHr 'its f rt ,...,11441"<
at Northwestern High School. have to take some action legal I .
Mrs Naumi Ward Svnwewettr>.
Mr Cherry completed his work aeinst this state and Mal'7lnd.1said
member of thr r'ft"'''' of I94H.
a
I Southwho believe in decency
for the M. A. decree at Florida Robinson at his uptaran of-:
/ZJ I and Haw mnnh f th Iry'ty !
and a <
honesty.
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A and M University and 11. nee when informed of th* com
t of Rehires Kleww Hary Schoolwill
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member of Phi Beta Sigma fraternity. mission's action.Maryland King could have been sentenced r..im"m her C'I... .......'.
Mrs. Cherry received her suspended Stwar for to prison fer from 12 will be observing its mead r--
master's degree from New York failing' to appear" for a May 16 { months to five years if con unkm.

Univesity, and is a member of bout !In Baltimore Rnb4non S victed.' A similar Indictment based .. .
Dr. Ja... E .... Class of
Spa Gamma Rho Sorority.Mrs. claimed he signed only for a on his PI Income U still I IUO, .wil repreneett site ds..i.
Emma V Thomas wu the May 14 match which wa pot- ,
pending. ceM>ratin its third re-is* n
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only attendant T. S. Greer was pored He said the contract did

the best man. Dr. II H. Green net provide for any postponementdate ,
gave the bride away. on May 16Rnblnwm .
The bride wore hatti-clipped was. set down by.
scallops of chantDly lace on a Maryland after a May 19 hearing Roosevelt to Speak at
mist blue satin dress a single at which he appeared The Mat
strand of cultured pearl around saehwetts OemmtesOon. May. 20' I

the <<'k.nd a tiara of pearl found no confeJing: reason to

Gt.. carried a small white bible prevent the pending RobinaonPrAtter -, Business
with one lovely white orchid. fight and decided again' jAn t League Meeting
The bride's moths Mrs. Alberta Thursday to allow the bout to '

Sawyer, too wore blue. on "I -

rUbc...aU? program in honor J, n A. H,'0'-\'t: "n ,h ",,1 I
ctf Mrs NHU. Mae Key-Cimon!! I t";? President. and a patio r n
warn glum' by the Hooker TWMhttttfVm Iljchc and Co. Me* York" inv.*.tmrrt -
Case Decision JuM.jr-SenK Hk.h :,trts. will W the ben
Contempt SMeoJ on Friday evening Mar II r-; "* tq)e.eeke. oai Joty 1t1. when
I 37 IA the auditorium of the school t :? Njtn RtM'ne** 1- I" "
stint\ ) at tile ftheratna) H.b*" n
Ire pftatfens were made by II.AT ., rneiriMtl, July ltMf -43
Due Next Week the American LtAuxlUary"
Bethel AME Church and raysone It ........It. wtlo has !wlw
: Board' Dade+ County Teachers' :.-!? cxXMe: ; ..e.. in the meenyindo -
AMocuatwm. Dade Grninty Math < :.- "-r-al and tMnkiaff, fie-Ktif <.
W May Walker
Circuit Jude Teachers" Senior Putt Board a '';.vr HMSawtorr of 1hPrr .>
has taken the case against three !Wt hcDuRbar: Elementary h -_-*"'n"- ('..", ",", on O<-vrm-
Florida integration leaders under' Bonker T Washington PTA rC':: '.......
advisement after hearing testimony -
Bo krr T Washington Alumni
in the case Monday at Mil. ITeaiatont Frederick D
IVv4r T Washington Facul'ycid : ,
Tallat -. r::'-r n. founoVr of thr ffl't.j
I :: !thenParictpatirtg
NrC": .* Pun d sad direr'. r
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The state leaders in question
-f < Phe .WoiiM PUSH '
on the prncram wi+
the Rev' Theodore
are "fl1" Timothy Savage, Louii prniemhe convention hrt,.
the Rev Edward T OibtoD.1 Blake Mrs Jane D Lewis MUsG *Trt n.' .tn/i !Vwwvr ()pour'un.-'
Miami and tbe Rev A. '
The trio x ra: Braynon. Mrs. Mamie, r o ;n Business: ad win tntro-
Lowry of Tampa. Brother, Mrs' Dena: Goodman !'d"o'h' .Iwvt.i4v sfvaaawr, H:.vmr -
ed to answer' a Florida committee's legislative Mrs Mamie Montgomery. Rev S. f >nd J I..nAia. paeaaI4 irt f >h .

investigating about the NAACP last A cin. Maw Mable Barlow.' b i'.IAf ..I4ft and tawa.._t C. t td
Questions cited forcontempt. Jamr: > S nrnon&. Ellis Adger, Mrs. Ph.iaariaiata an offiaw and
and were I
November. A 1 mrnoM. Mrs Dorothy. I iH'.rH m_<.r of either ftaaDrl.at
a, lywe Mrs A M Johnson Elliott Miss Marie White was selected en'rrfMlwsOPALOCKA

(Mrs. Ruth Perry editor of the sail f J Pure and Misty. Marie D Rr4yerts by the Trustee Board of FUrkia'!! --- .--

column Freedom Road was a Principal Charles L WIN Normal and Memorial College St
witness at the Monday hearing r ':::ams made the closing remarks,' MAN
and writes inereUn ly about the 4e' and t tuncheon and refreshments. I Augustine to b* the recipient of

proceedings. Be sure to read her r.LLOMA were served the Sarah A. Blocker Award for SHOT TO DEATHA

column on page 5.) Meritorious. and Outstanding
Mrs Clifton was born at Albany
a Ca but was taken to Service. tassel 'JIl a gir!' cire*, ', 1to

REASON ASKED Jackscnvtlle! at an early age by. !The ward wed presented. at heernmerg'errknt the death .f. man fk tur-l.., .
her parrn't Mr and Mrs Andrew sad the aneat of another on a
FOR FAMU PROF. _1 ft MiHon Kelly. She completed her 1 exercises Monday I' Mar .......
grammar and high school studies May 30. 10 am in the Hecksokwr
COLOBECK GREEN
FIRING in: that city Gym by Dr. R. W. Puryeex. I M.- UW .r..t"f'1.
Appointed startled. ketweea tir>+naeT Har:
She is a.product of Florida A president of the college. I H Ad Miller Rte. te bath t
Mrs. Henry H Green has been
Tallahassee The Florida and M OjW*. Columbia Unlveraity. Miss White OFa !Look, over ww would c.'
NAACP pressed this week for an duly appointed to the Florida New York: Hampton In-I is an outstanding''the SUM off a I-'*, dress
explanation' of the dismissal of State Welfare Bard District 9by crvac.. sneial religious: and fraternal
i tMute. \\ow.rd Uhhrersity and .
i,I: Governor LeRoy Collins. Mrs. Paooe reported Harrier .,, "ed:
a Florida A and M music teacher flak University' leader of Miami She 1 b
who was a leader in local actrvi-I Green is aJa.o. recent elected out a JW eaiilwr. pistol sand ,t.rt.
district dqfuty of the
board member of the Christian Daughter ed One bullet k-!'.-..
tie of the Congress of Racial Her teaching career' covers' 46 ***** .
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Equality Memorial Hospital v ars of which 44 were spent in Elks cf South Florida and her BvQA .WijOBHB. bet AkftnH* 9V > j
I the schools of Dade County She contributions to communtty b*_ Kiln. W. a patron ni the fire f
Richard Haley. U. said. -It is I is retiring at the close of this terment are many and varied where the hontms1 oerurred !Sto *
obvious that my work with CORE school term I' .*** in -fairroadHio*. \
is the bone of contention." A and M President George Gore I I
Robert Sounders. state field and Board of Control Director J Mrs. Clifton U. the wife of H.wril... IM was toier patfc' 1 J

secretary of the NAACP.. aaid he Broward Culpepper wanting to I Frank Clifton. They reakle at I REGISTER TODAY I up a4 JaJM on a enarge of
had aattt ttlefnuna to Florida know why Haley wu dismissed. 2825 NW tttb St. i murder.





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s4fht; to recognize' the Eternal
'" .' PHIL OSSOFER .which will be our world forever
when our earthly eyes are closedIn
SAYS: death.Jackson's.
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Blindness is something to be
dreaded. Unfortunately, we dread
M physical blindness, which lasts TOOTHACHE
only for a few years, more than ;:;,";e :

spiritual last for eternity.blindness MTh dhhysiealkind =rw veil: see e eORA M

: keeps us from enjoying the
temporal beauties of this world, ELe
but spiritual blindn** deprivesus
f eternal Joys.Paradoxically .
in order to appreciate -
i iI the eternal Joys we must
become blind to the worldly Joys
I I In fact to appreciate this world,
we must first seek the Kingdom Toddle Inn
t of God which cannot be done Ifwe CALENDAR
are spiritually blind
Ills Holiness Jesus made the Parents Party June 11. At the
blind to see. Were Ills greater school.Graduation.
'1 works those that made physically Exercises
blind men to see the world they Juno 17-730 at Bethuno Elemsn*
lived in or those that made the tary School. 2900 NW 43rd
sp.ritually blind to see the eternal Tory Admission (0 cents
!life. The answer is obvious. Children's Picnic Juno 1S,
T'111u made evident to me Virginia DeathSUMMER
when I saw the movie, The Big
3 Fisherman. In the scene' where SCHOOLJune
Peter held a blind baby before
20 to July 22.
Jcrus who made it to see. I was
s b Fee SJ.OO for entire course, without .
awe-struck It was not mainly
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bSaturday because<< the baby's eye were transportation. $40 with' .
TF opened but because Peter the transportation School day-fcIS
1:1 S.
Indf
then iritually blind saw and
recognized his Muter
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afternoon May 14. the well hiM name! Says "mama" and uno!" when

known "Mr. Moke" entertained friends of asked if he wants to go back to St. Louis.
Harriett and Percy Williams at their home lie is displaying his piano playing abilities FOR SALE

324G N\V 49th St. The occasion was the in the above picture.

belated birthdays of Harriett and Percy. Those attending the party were:

The talented Mr. Moke did stunts on Georgette Mclver, Coreen Shipp Tony 4 Large Beautiful
his roller skates. Uy the he Is '
way an ac- Hooker, Elouise Watson, Christopher
t'omrli"htdknter, both ice and roller and Booker, JeflTie. Joseph Davie, Annievenen
can AkatH forward, backward and on one Thomas Linda Harrison, Gallnellen Harri-1'
foot! lie also play football, baseball, son. Jerome Harrison, Edward Smith C.6.S. HOUSESLIBERTY

walks on stilts, plays soldier and can write Edgar Smith Harry Smith.

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PACE 2 SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1960, IN WOOD FLOORS

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LARGE LOTS
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H I. 11 ;I[ last UTTLE two members ROCK. of Ark.the-Little The Drive by and See e

..... Rank Nine" were graduated
l ...ww, quietly frrm the Central II I g hi N.W. 75th St. between 12th 1 13th
I School they helped intejrrate In'I I19S7.
They marched with 413I
I white students< to receive their Ayes.
;r I I diplomas.
) The Negroes Jefferson Thomas
and Carlotta Walls were the sec- OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
end and third members of their
race' to be graduated from Cent CALL ANYTIME
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.. tralThis year after an opening day
I clash between poHce and serre* Supreme
yi ft h gaUonist. the school situation has
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been peaceful.Fifteen .
Negnre: mostly friends I PH 1-5641
and relatives of the two graduates
I were among the audience of
about 1.500 pernons.
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r Everett Tucker Jr. president' 01'I' -
I r rggMSgg gggsaaa > "-9 '
the school board which reopened "

I public high schook last fall,I '... .. .,. .
after a year's lapse called on -
graduates to make up for "deficits
of the adults"Another
r Negro girl ERIe Jaws.
becomes the first of her race to FOR SALELarge i
graduate from Hall High school
\ --hlm..1 not Integrated until )
: this yearPay
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA' "

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Adam Powell Bid May




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WASIDNGTNON Inclusionof fiance of court integration orders.
an antisegregatkm amendment That amendment wes sporwvred
raised questions this week about by Rep. Adam Clayton PowrfL
Senate acceptance" of the firstGeneral Southern senators are expected
School Construction Bill to object' strongly to that pro
ever' passed by the Home. vision. And efforts to work out a

A long wrangling session end Senate-House compromise would
ed' In a 206-189 House vote to have to be cleared through the"
authorize 11,300,000.000 In federal house Rules Committee, which
grant over a four-year periodto had held up the bill for months.
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J school' classr
: xans.
DO YOU HAVE
Sponsors had hoped for quick A
wprroval by the Senate, which
already had passed a more comprehensive DRINKNC PROBLEM

,. measure. CALL FR 4-4773
C' But before passage, the House
toted 218-181 to deny the funds
: to any school judged to be In de-1 OR OX 1.1278

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These Dade County Junior and!I
senior high school youths presented -
a star-studded program to STAR MEAT MARKET
an enthusiastic and appreciative Detroit Mich. Enrolls
audience at the Northwestern ,
Senior High School May 28 at
four in the afternoon. They 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
thrilled the audience with their, _
talent versaltiHty and poise. It 18,000 in NAACP
was truly youth at Its wry best'

The Links rave Award Certificates DETROIT The NAACP THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
for achievement, presentedthe rkwrd its annual membershipdrive I''
seniors In the upper 3 percent this week with an enrollment .
frf their graduating classes of 18.000. making it the as- DRUNK DRIVER
and fanned tV "Links' Key of sociation's Ur.et unit to date in t
Merit" on the fire valedictorians' the current nationwide driveEdward ',WHO KILLED 3
Fresh Meat-Low Prices
and five salutatorians from the
five high! schools In the county.ThU M. Turner president of
the local orfanteation, praised the GETS ONE YEAR
unique presentation a work of Campaign Chairman
first for Miami was followedby William T. Patrick Jr. for exceptional -l| A white ice cream plant sales
a delightful' springtime refreshment leadersht in tappingall I man, whom car smashed Into i iOocnnut a
hour In the spacious available cunmunity sources I Grove duplex killing
lobby Gulls were served by the t|three Negrrrs" last December, was
Links a* the exhibits were' viewed I Outstanding. area division leaders sentenced today to one year In
and the "talented youth re- were Mrs Barbara Simmons aunty Jail for manslaughterCriminal TV SICK ? '
reived" wmgratulatior, JVattrm i and Horace Sheffield, both of
were the creative arts, mathematics whom, accounted for more than Court Judge George
and science displays" The renrttlv 2.000 members The campaign Sehtdtt fcrrcmed the sentence on Then dial FR 420449 a.m. to 9 p.m.
PJW1NInf'f'd Herald Silver i was under direction of Colin Harold Gutferie. 26. of 3453 SW
Knirht award entries and prize Icrorn""u. field secretary from 23rd ten'. father of two children.Schultx SAME DAY SERVICE

created a flurry of exettment..specfaUy national office noted' Guthrie had a
ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
( the Silver Knight' Tro- I previous record for reckless'
nhv won by graduating If"ftInrlarban
William from the BTW IDEA TH DRIVER driving. Picture Tube Special
him !lrho 1. |In the area of speech The maximum penalty for manslaughter
and drama. CHARGED .is 20 years.
WITHMANSLAUGHTER
17.INCH-$22.95 2MNCH-$29.95
ItWe culminating activitv got! I I 1111"1'' II .
off to atoms start on May 24wtx .-
,, ADDED INCOMENO
n Links' prey tntetvle'rf'd' SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .... ........ $2.50
the area's five first hnnor seniors MONEY DOWN
A Dade Grand Jury indictment
mar radio station WMHM Tuesday charged" Johnny BUILD ON YOUR LOT Nile Calif Our Specialty-No Extra Charges
Grant 33 with man laughter forth i NOW
The national theme "Educating" I
autamrfcile: accident of RENT A TV
Far Democracy" Is rmpVmen Wayne Pulmer 47 death in Dade call OX 1-4505

mainly its national by local project.chapter' !thrnurh enthusiast last sports March ear 27Fullmer racing Browarcf County Only $5.00 per week
'Dsco.rr.l I
and Guidance nf WA 2.9411
ear was rammed
Talented and Gifted Mtnnrtt" from the rear at NE 163rd at.. and 'I Write Percy Hepburn
Youth" m the and wrnln Vets Radio & TV Co.
Junior
,, pith ave., **He fee was returning ARCHITECT ANDBUILDER
Mrs" school* thr n hout Amer'cn" I to hi* home 478 NE HMh It. ',
and the Vlfftn Islands The M'-I' from the Grand Prix at Sebring, 871 NW 7th Street
ami charter Is cooperating Two counts m the I indictment 939 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Hallandal. FU.farmsrly .
Vx aT gtridance departments' hi the I charge Grant with tray neg'i-!
!fOTfh" for these students. In or-I *rnce and intoxication resulting ( af Naaaan, .....)
cVr that they might' be further In manslaughter
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encourarM'" tn set their sight,
Mch and use their talent produrtlvely .
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i i thronement of the Rt. Rev
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Archbishop of the American
{ Catholic Church is Mrs. Edna
Marcella Kinney. She will spenda
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Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421
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H. E. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor
Garth C. Reeves Managing Editor and Business Msnsgerfintem
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--CIUOOO.' TIIH XF.ono: P/iItiw" 'E1
Tilt M: rnrltl iM.il naltonnl antsitlonlsms when It acn.nls lo nrry mannxanllrM

of rare rolor or crrrd, his human amt l'"l rlcbt llattnc: I WilkIe D. Ferguson Jr. son of I Barbara Elizabeth Seymour,

no men rntrfng no man-lhf> >'rgr l'rr** .trlte. to help ever} maIn .' Mr nd Mrs. Wilkte D Ferguson daughter of Mr and Mrs. James
I the nrni hwlfc-f that all men ire hart a. It"'K.. anjone" l. heldMek. of 16300 NW 21st ave.. Opa 5r
Seymour of 1320 NW 62nd Terr.
I Locks graduated Saturday frorsFkrids :
received her B. A. in :
degree Elementary
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B. S. degree in business admin- Education at Kentucky
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK I II ietration. State College on May 29. Her

I parents witnessed her graduation
CONGRATLUAT1ONS Ferguson wa the editor of the
!I I 1960 Rattler Yearbook lie held along with her grandmother
Congratulation to the Presbyterian Church. This membership in the Stj4ent Con. Mrs, Elizabeth Seymour and her

body of Christians has announced the opening of the gress. Scabbard and Blade Military -- -.. .-- -- two brothers, Jimmy and Michael
Florida I Society. YMCA. AACP.Mt"f1's | Miss Seymour is a member of
Presbyterian in St. I'etersburg next fall.
College Senate and Ath Phi Alpha Norman Patrick Range received :' I Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority.
fn t< The
college will be co-educational and open to all May 31 from Morehouse College.
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races and faiths. x # Atlanta, Ga In business adminis'I
tration. Advertise! It Pays!

The statement is not only noteworthy but is a challenge JUST BROWSIN'By While at Morehouse he was I

to other religious bodies. It i*. or should be especially PAUL R. HENRY president of Alpha Rho Chapter, I.

1 interesting to our governor-elect and all those w h 'i Apha treasurer Phi cf the Alpha senior fraternity class and

have sn recently been campaigning on the segregation Metro and the City of Miamiare wa* quite active in many other
issue. beefing over an ordinance catrtus organizations.
that would give Metro control of I Range U presently working I'UIthit1iMI1fw
There i is no question in our opinion that the church the water-eer" .>"sk1ft. The ordinance t with his mother at the Range
comes up for conskiera- I Funeral Home. In September he
should yet the example. The Presbyterians are doing so Uon fin June 7 If Metro takes plans to enter the Near England!
in the state of Florida. Give them the credit due. over there u likely to>> be ogre percent I Institute of Anatcmy and Embalming -
tax on gruM annual receipt in Boston Mass, where
j Kb father received' his training,
Ye Editor congratulates Mrs. Genevieve F. Donaldson
; I
UK-hard Haley mutc teacher at
language teacher at Northwestern High School for having Florida A and M University will MAN GETS YEAR I G.M.'
been chosen as one of 60 teachers who will attend a not be there next >'er. lie has | 011 h.'r ul..t ..Mw It
University of California bean fired President' Cure ay.
summer language institute under
IN CHILD'S DEATH the nine out of
Haley did not devote full atten- If you are among
the sponsorship of the United States Office of Education. tic n to has )eb. The Congresa of i tea working people fa the United
Racial Equality m Tallahassee I Willie James Williams %%. Social Security
cowed by
There were 700 applicants for this two-month train says Haley wys hU work with whose five-year-old niece wandered States If
ing period. CORE w.c the bone of conten in the line of hiS wild pistolbets you pay up to $144 a year ($216
tion. last Jaa 3, was found guilty yorfrt aelf-employed) lor these bme-
of manslaughter and sentencedto fits. My qneition: flow much do
TROUBLE AT DIVINITY SCHOOL Two brothers who 0"1the one year in county jail bvj' know about SS brncbtsrSocial
Brtrnlng and King clothing Criminal Court Judge Ben C I JOG
There is trouble Vanderbilt University Divinity stone have own charged with Willard Thursday I Security is not charity-you

School, Nashville, Tenn., over the student sit-in issue. grand larceny in a check kiting Williams said he fired' the shots I don't hare to be in need to collect
scheme which cot a Miami Beach out of an open dcor at I his home, benefits. Depending upon your earning
j Dean J. Robert Nelson and nine member of the faculty bank $112,446.I'dke I in Goulds. SW 218th .t. west of record you get paymenti oa retirement
122nd ave.. to brother in
scare a -
, have sent in their resignations effective' next year. who refute to testify I law into paying him for damages after age 65 (62 for women)

during invivtifBtionf of charges tc his automobile regardless of your holding uc income
Fourteen student in the Divinity School have quit again them HwuM be I
suspended from investments or company or private
nnd three who graduated last Sunday said they will return saya State Attorney Richard
their diplomas. ('N'ttPtn Electrical Repairs pensions.
I OUr beret is air due members of

This all came about because the university refusedto The Ftagk-r IX.I Track closed Stoves your family, 'including survivor and
rv-aclmit for I :ta season on Thursday sight reporting Small Appliances disability payments to your' widow,
summer classes the Rev. James Lawson Jr., its areateat season in It .
a Negro minister who was expelled from the school last hirtery Weft over 500.000 faasHentk Outdoor Lighting children, your dependent parents.

March on the ground that he was a leader in sit-in dem .
Neffrtxw were admitted far the
onstrations. The three graduates who said they are re Aral tune this *ee#. n Who's sorry Speakers Installed won't come to you or your family
turning their diplomas, were also involved in the demon ? aetoraatkaBy You must applyor
strations. GEORGE INGRAHAM them. Check your district office to

Better net violate any more FR 3-1051 help you undersuM and claim lone

IK an Nelson told the Chancellor Harvle Brascomb. Soviet territory Khnuttchev hat fit*. They'll be happy to help you.DOMT .
.
ordered .. rocket' force* to ftrikt
who refused to re-admit Lawson, that hU action was dwtructive at the taken ff bate of any foreign

upon the confidence and morale of the Divinity plane violating Soviet' air space

faculty and other in the university. I
The pubtkr is being invited to BE A DOPE!
.
He called it the "feeble a free electrical drmnnetration
acquiescence
by university
featuring the ue of electrical f FaUk lafornaJbo New York Felice I
authorities to Boreal dry Department
a public image of Mr. Lawson which wa refrigerator and small a fiance .

both distorted' and defamatory." Vanderbilt is an 85yearold together whir helpful Mats A DKVO ADDICT U ona of tha 'staff by his pals. Not wanting to

institution which prides itself on its scholarship. on hxTnemekine. Go to Liberty walkingdead.Her be "chicken he does ao. He then
Square Auditorium at 1 a.m on eels he Is "m&Din the of
June 13. an just a few of the things a eyes
DADE'S POPULATION he suffers: The teeth rot out In hit buddies. Perhaps he is proudof
85 PER CENT UP
what he hat
done.
The Golden geA Club Mrs aoma cases the partition in the poaa
Census figures released this week show Dade County Mary Williams, president and is eaten away-breathing Is difficult I CRANTED he does know a little
Mrs M M GUI. program dir<<- Sex organs become affected. about the disastrous effects of dope.But
leading the state with a population of 917.8G5 a gain of tor. sent by Gray doles bus on a Boils and abscesses plague the skin.Gnawing he boasts that it can't happento
85 per cent during the last decade. The 1950 census gave four-hour Uw on Thursday gfternoon pain racks the body. him. He think he knows when

Dade County 494,084 people. This was the largest in the Nerves snap. Vicious twitching d.a .- I to stop-and that he can break the
state. Among places' visited were Hialeah habit any time he wants to. But
race track the International this isn't so.
Airport Coral Gables,. Venetian
Duval is second with 450,584 and Hillsborough third Pool. Coconut Grove.>i MT Key. The first shot wears off. Again
with 391,965.In I the University of Miami and be lusta for his new-found para
Virgin! Beach. It was the first dise.

cities Miami has 282,600, Tampa, 270,610, Jacksonville I tour of this kind for acme of our He takes a second shot then a
199,264. members and they really enjoyed vtbpsc. Sometimes complete Insanity third. Before long he is trappedin
I II I it. results. the vicious cycle of drug addle-
These new figures could give Dade Countanother tion.
KUAT DRAGS Into
Calendar Robert, popelar I a man dopVagrip I
seat in Congress and Metro two more members. I businessman of .IIIIIaV. Bahamas, ? 1 AS 'THE BODY gets used to the

arrived Tuesday for a short visit For soma It', just the frustration drug the addict needs more and
Miami Beach has a population of 61.485 ; Hialeah, I He is guest of his sister Mrs M. of ordinary tvtry-day problem more dope to satisfy his hunger
66,517 ; Coral Gable, 33.975>> ; North Miami Beach 21,162 I Johnson. 1531 NW Itt court These people struggle against what stronger and more frequent shots.
Miami Springs, 11245. they feel are overwhelming odds. Soon ift almost impossible to re
Friends of Mrs. Frances .
Balm I BeVldng CQlVer.AncI
I Adderler soma escape they tots tocarcoU
Dade should be over the million mark before 1962. pleased to of Delray her Beach were &. ao, through a dare or an
use last week She wasted
enticement, a young life ia
was arooog members of St Matthews FOE AM ADl'LT, drug usage is
--
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church attending the convention generally a voluntary undertaking. habit
Medical AssociationTo I Dental and Pharmaceutical Association of the .Episcopal church Ha decidea to try a shot entirely sometime marijuana mushroom cigarette. The into a craving
will convene" June 13- his free choice.
oa own
that heroin can't satisfy.IT .
Meet in WPBDr. 16 at RroceveH IIhlb School Hi Mrs Idel Cooper and son, even
Wet Palm Beach. It 'Mill be the lleteher nf Nassau, Bahamas, are This is not usually true of teen.sites. SOMEONE dares you to take
W. O. Nonrille of Belle:I 64th annual convention of the in rtw. city as quests' of Mr. and It" easy to Imagine a dope, be smart Remember-dope
Glade announced this week that croup and will draw medicalmen Mrs. Chris Wareham Mr Cooper yow ptu being dared to try the Is strictly for dopes

the T. Leroy Jefferson Medical, from all over the state. U employed and' In i< the l here Custom's for medical department -I i i .. f fMft a...SOT ,Vtfc.M U 4*
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MIAMI' TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

SATURDAY. JUNE 4, 1960 PAGE 5




Clean Up" Paradeto




Start DriveCity



cfficUls in *x hate overallsand : '
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armed with mops and UIh- ------ ----- -
brooms will lead Monday's parade -
j I ARE YOU INTERESTEDIN
lea r to mark the opening of a
'J five-''fl'k citywide "Clean-up, I MUSIC
Paint-up, Fix-t ." campaign
.... H re'l Your OpportunityAn
The 11:15: a.m. "CleanOCade"mcving

q' : ; down Flagler st from the experienced university
-
.;. .-_ courthouse is part of the Miami trained music instructor will
Deautification CcmmJtt '. plan to teach private voice and piano
'
-'- of"- seek" new member foe Us com I lemons at your home. The lessons

... --. .. I munity improvement program. will br scheduled at your convenience
.... if # I frta reasonable rate
New
members may join by contacting
I Limit to 10 fupik Call NE 3-3973
Pallot at ISO4 DuPont ..
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4- Bldg, I f

Pictured above are happy children who need such a service.

busily engaged in supervised play at the Call now and register your child or

St John Tot Center. I'onlurecl by St John children for our summer Itrr gram. Phone "Notice is hereby given that the applicants listed

Institutional Baptist Church, 1328 NW FR 13212 for complete information.Sara below have applied to the Federal Home Loan Bank

3rd ave. The Tot Center i* open all year Mae Gaines I is principal and
Board for permission to organize a Federal savingsand
and remains open on holidays for parents Kev. T. Johnson I'alltor.I .
loan association to be located at, or in the immediate

-- vicinity of, the intersection of N.W. 11th Street

Downtown Social and N.W. 2nd Avenue, Miami, Florida.

I AlongFreedom'sRoad Security MovesThe
"A hearing will be held on the application at ten
Down4on. Social. St't"UrUYOtlift
-- .y RUTH PERRY will move to 190 NorthMiami o'clock in the forenoon on Wednesday, the twenty-

-.. F'I .....-.. ...... Ave on Saturday. May M ninth day of June, 1960, in Room 827, Federal Home
Marshall Wise, district manager
Last November' I went to TallahaMee -' Leon LtrATy and Bob Saunders said "We'll be open tc r bustoesi Loan Bank Board Building, Washington, D.C. Writ
to appear fen the third were there' from Tampa some as usual un Tuesday morningMay
ten notice of intention to in or by attorney
person
appear
time as a witness before the members showed; up from Live- 31 Our new' quarters 4uv<
Florida State Legislative. Investigating uk. Rev. Edward T. Graham. been .s|>f>eally devtgnrd for Use to protest the application and specify object
Committee Last -weekend Father! Gibson Atty Graves andI Social Security operation and wili 1
tions the should be filed with the Fed
to application
I wa in Tallahassee butt '
again, those from
were among present provide M re n"'wm and *reateiciimfort
time far a different reason I Miami. f"r the p..l4ic then wi oral Home Loan Bank Board at least 10 days before
>eared! before Judge Walker of had at our old addn.ss "
the Circuit Court as a witness for WHERE It THE DIGNITY Our Uhi hone ouloiwr w.Il the date of the hearing. Any interested person may

Father Gibson I was shocked when I entered _....
remain the FK 71401."t appear in person or by attorney and submit any e>i-
the Circuit Court room, because Wise said, "..... wall ",. .,fH"fi
FLORIDA FROM THE AIR 1 had expected something a kttle tom 84S am to 4:41: It m. everMurwlay ) dente at such hearing pertinent to the questions at

Instead of going by oar. I flew more in keeping with the dignity thmwffh Frt4ay." issue In lieu of such appearance, evidence may be
by Eastern. Air 1Jne. Although( air of a court of law but some of she
travel due net disturb. my tqwhbnwn prup> I talkedwith assured nw submitted in writing
I must admit that I am that it was aU too common in UM that Me can kv fHI fttfhtMtg. lie-
somewhat of coward after I south to se web! a court room .
a go cause Y know that we are jsmnjto
mere than 20 feet from the It had a few pictures on the Malltef lowe tn ......c ,.t.uth.,n courts Loyal Cordon Dooming Billy Eugene Miller
ground. There is something extrcmely farmer Circuit Judges nu) Hut the H..nt uf frt't'dQftt"'U'1" Nathaniel Colston Norman Jack Russ
disturbing. to me to be doubt, but the coke bottles sitting t n0hly! and Mnm.ly now in *M
flying up in the air six or seven around the floor and on carnet ht.r1a ul N'tsNoiw in the south. Joseph Paul Curry Ronald Calvin Shafer
thousand feet above the tround .. the tablet certainly detracted and one day swm we will win al 1 Martin Curry Phillip Allen Spier"
But III admit this the view is frum the dt nHy the picturv nor l fliAnd: <". with. h+1*.
wonderful! could have given the room. There' and d tmn.mUtln '.'* battles an Emanuel Max Fruchter
were na fiats of any kind nu fought' r>.: by .*w a') Icadinstew : g r
There is quite a contract be state. flag or American flag. and I :) but rjrr > raw'ird tae dar r
twetm car and plane travel In an although scnirune told me that it (1-:: -.C.lS: C.'tilt: T:.'.:p
earlier column IOld my. readers I was not necessarily the custom to
about my November tnp to Tal- have a flag in a ('OUl1rot." some*
lafeawee' the beauty of the oran "\OW /efrthing k'elFoId mi.rsstr i _..
the scent of the
craves ,
All thee thing would have
blossoms and the feeling' that all
not been quite so bad if th::
t&k beauty wa in distinct ('08to '
traM the preudjce and d .- chain and furniture had been >n I T SHERE' !

cnminaUcn. of some of the peepleMvtii some kind hadat of been loud so repair much and drt ifthere t

*ft-eknc'in FtUf'ld.OM flying 10 many get a thousand similar and dust all over everythr.g .;- ''" '';"., /istCARVER !
Thor air of informalHy. from the '
feet the ma Huus,
in
fteJdj. trees and lakes look Ukecldreos' I lodge on down to the IK-AKP' ** ,- .. .
re one sitUng m the jury sea'spaaring
And there M a
toys I around a box cf candy
beauty here too. in the Held *ndcrazmg ..
themselves' during t'ill
Muo
land the swamps andlakes
nag. gave to the whole pros
the read and
orange
ceedfngs a k+ ft. and feel of t:a. 'RANCHES'PRO'PERTYOWNERS
groves laid out row uon row and 1 I I
wsty nth<< than the judirU. )
.
wphvn ""th'-talk srctRg the ap- -
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dignity usually associated w > a ,
"
proa e ng ufhta of a city -
Y..I court 01... I am certain I have \
F1enda has beauty from the .
never seen such getaf* un tn ths
toe far removed frt n
racial hatred. Miami court

i THE WITNESSESThe l
IN TALLAHASEC
wttnrmr their gave
I did not feel Hke a stranger'
his.. time fa Tallahassee because I' mon, well. and with the. usual" .
NAACP and forthr, .t
made friends the courage '
had so many '
ness I did not hear Father Gib;
there There Uoenethku
.last time I was I

NAACP a -about every wortuag member for you the been was area or still called Mr. in at Hurley the that witness as time I had room and c:ta:1 I YM ,B/g/ Cham To lulW, A "iOVHY ,' .HOM l: ,


meet tinder no Moat matter CHtsaruTtances.in what town..that W did hear Rev Graham, NAACP :-a fc ., :. 'v.v : '- > .: /- .. /f, ; 1 i

flg member h<4"It >ut is naturally a friend are. Freedom friendly -I State few re4dent others.' They Leon Lowry gave their ar.da :vvsa.>: > On : / ul / :, ;} 't'Z., :. \\f

to the truth and dignity
I The duals. and aims we hold testimony and calmmva tn the face IItkcstility. .
b-JfWt cf
twee kinship' her form a strong I .. I understand Fc':-f ,;, 'FO R.NO"'- ;b1 ONEY .DOWN," :' ; '. : '; 'f

a few I Gibson and Mrs Hurley dd .. { ,;., .: .. ; .. : : :' ...,. '. "' '
NAACPs There were, quite' ** ttshturs The testimony is now in and .. j., : !:; ;"' ::4-f,., ,. iJ/:' {.r'.t..t. !. .
.
present' In TII aha see at the Judge his decision Walker within will a hand few down days ,, 'V4NP :: 9'; l..g.Slli .. ': 0 T.s .: .:" "{'-: :t.
Walker '
before Judge
'
Hearing : "
; '
Attorney Robert Carter. general What the outcome w.i": be M't'm1 ', ;...._ .,ii"t. '>( : ,: ": ." ,A ': : ...t ; I ::. ": ': ; ] '
counsel of the NAACP was there a'Tiof certain a.* one u inc ,srd _' 0 it p'' Og ,( 0 ,. ; ,., \\t. : .
frcno New York City. Mrs Ruby t agree.th a professor ofw fisE*
Hurley. Southeastern Reg? aaa ai FAMl' I talked with after th* 4 !. i vJWWiiWip *;'"
Director' came from Atlanta. ; Rev 1karn= He said, "It amazes::1.




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home call FR : ""; "" # /.,-' .
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA HAPPY BIRTHDAY! May 30, OVER BARRED NECItOVanderhnt
I Miss Olive Alexander, Mrs. Corrine -
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, ;JUNE 4, 1960 Anton Mrs. Elizabeth Smith:

May 31, Mrs. Naomi Espy, Mri University
Naomi! Symonette; June 1, Mn
". .tT..g"'J. A Ae. Barbara E. Rogers Mrs. Mar ;1

; / Mrs Blatch, Daisy Mrs. Gladys Benson, Thurstoi Glady Dean in

THIS and J Thurston, Miss Lulu Miller June: Faculty UproarNASHVILLE
-.5 2, Viola Chlnn Cecil M. Pratt:; ,
June 3, Mare Henry, Richart -
Cook. I Tenn. T h c

THAT I divinity school at Vanderbilt
issued
degrees a statement
.- It is nice to send best wishes to University WM In uproar Monday also say
ing: "We were involved in
pcMrle nice as you, so may each I over the university's refusalto those demonstrations and to
be happiest May sltdown an
birthday your re-admit a Negro
extent
even greater than Law-
RUTH N. POLITE
By your ever wish come true. leader. son."
The dealt Dr. J. Robert Nelson I
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.
--- ------------- ------ WELL WISHES. To an
GET and rune other! faculty members The three, who said they received
UPON GRADUATION. Each Worthy and Barbara Mason,, who are ill and troubled.; Whei resigned in anger Sunday nightAt their degree with the understanding .
(call to each, '"Good luck there, Northwestern; Theophilis Rog you think your heart is broken least 14 of the school's 120 that Lawson. wouldbe
friend!" And inwardly thinks era (absent) and Lee Andrew and your very soul seems" crushed ministerial student hive threatened I readmitted are Richard F.
-Weil, here's the end!" The end! Waters. Mays. When the darkness closes round to quit Dickinson of Glendora, Call. G
No, the beginning, seniors.. Justa Local officers and members of you and the voice of God seem I And three former students 'Who Richard: Dulin of Dallas and
ft-* things end when your dip the Links are: Mesdames Maym hushed. Lift your eyes toward were graduated only two days Wilscn T Boots of EUenwood
all that you have to five, )'ou'll vice; Louise S. Davis rep that is there, Tell your troubles. degrees. t tI I
keep" en learning as long as you cording secretary; Maude Reid. to your maker lie will understand I The nine faculty members met told Branscomb his res.
Uvc. corresponding secretary; Char and care. Others sick have shortly after "Xekcn: I announced ignation effective Aug. 31, was
totte Clark financial secretary; drowned their sorrow, struggle t his rtsifnatfon and in a letter to beth as dean and professor of
KUDOS to Dr. Samuel Ulan- Ttouudia Ibouflton treasurer; onward to success there's a I Vanderbilt Chancellor larvae I theology end said: "You have forbidden
ton Rosser and Dr. IVarl Lock Mesdames Alma Brooks Guuie chance with each tomorrow, fact' Drarwomb said: the dean and faculty to
hart Rouer. Just a few short Dobbs, Llnnie\ Fannin. Susie about. Hell do the rest. "In as much as three months )f admit a student who is well
years ago Pearl ("Miss Bubbly", )) I Francis, Hulda Frazier Hernia steady negotiations with the university -! known and endorsed by them and
sat in a 7tb grade class at Done Kemp, Dora Patterson Walton OONDOLECNES to Mr. and administration have failed he has also been condemned by
and the desire of becoming Mrs. Samuel Grant on the death I
expressed Robinson Margaret Sharpe and to produce resolutions of the yourself and the board of trustees
doctor of medidne. of their sister, Mrs. Cecil aspei any "
a Mary Williams issues involved In the dismissal I who have never met him.
This desire became a reality JuneS who died recently in Newark ,
Before the social hour (of James M Lawson Jr.) we
1960 at the commencement ex began, '
etti.at Howard University Principal Charles Williams of NJ.Condolences to Mr. and Mrs have reluctantly decided that we
Washington, D.C. when the Due- BTW (in behalf of aU princfrels) Kennedy Mum ford of Richmond' must resign" I' Electrical Repairs

fur of Medicine was conferred thanked Links Inc. for the pro. Heights who lost their relative, The protest is in support>> of Stoves
upon her and her brilliant husband gram recognizing the student Dr. Aaron a long time influential former ministerial student Law-I .
Dr. Samuel Blanton Rosser who represented a pert of our resident of Pensacola. son who was suspended from I Small Appliances
Dr. Pearl Lockhart Rosser, a most valuable of all human re the divinity school for taking part
product of Miami, and the Dade sources the Gifted and Aca. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: in demonatraUcns aimed at deserre4ating o Outdoor Lighting
County school system is a creditto demies My Talented.Congratulations "Life is a grindstone, and whether lunch counters. Hi.FI and Stereophonic
her parents Mr. and Mrs LINKS! Jd1; It grinds a man down or Branseomb announced Lawson Installed
Charles A. Lockhart and herman choicest hibiscus to each of you. i polishes him up depends on the would not be readmitted because Speakers
) friends. Loads of love, : stuff he's made of." "it would initiate a conflict as GEORGE INGRAHAMFR
luck and Hibiscuses to Drs. Ros WEDDING DAYS "What is uara'eet I knc as he is on campus."
ser and Rosser. as bridal day unless It'i Ii Ttetb recent graduates 3-1051
the bride and her white bouquet?! I i Business League who said they are returning their
MORE KUDOS. A National What Is as soft as the glad June
Science Foundation Grant of aJr-junless. it's the veil upon her Plans 60th I
$3,000 has been awarded to Where shall' we look for a
George Mtfkr for the academic lovelier time than the wedding SPECIAL SALE

year of 1960-61 to study at the march to the organ's chime ConventionNEW Transistor Radios as low as ..... .... ............... .... .... ....1

famed Tuskegee Institute. Mr. more What than shall we -wish for them 17. Inch TV Sets-.as low as .. .. ...... .._ 21."
Miller is a teacher of science at this unless It's a YORK Raymond J.
Northwestern. His fattier N. A lifetime of wedded bliss?* I Leslie of Philadelphia keynoter Tablt R.doe--as low as .. ..... ...... ... ............_.. J.1!
Miller prominent business man for the National Business For FREE TESTING in our Store, bring your tube, radio
his wife and their 8-year-old JUANITA SCOTT A BR1DE League's 60th Annual Convention and TV's
daughter, Jrrmaine. are beaming The marriage of Mrs. Juanita W scheduled at Cincinnati July 19- Lowest Rtpalr Prices
with pride and rightfully no. Scott to John II. Pinckney Jr. 22, sympcfciUes a rising trend toward SOOTIN'S TV

Congratulations. lock place here Friday in the youth In NBL leadership. 321 N.W. 3rd Av.nue
parsonage of The Church' of the FR 3.1589DRIVER'S
WELFARE PLAN N I N G Open Door, Congregation! Th MX. Leslie, 39-) tir-okl resident
DOARD. The annual meeting of Rev H. C. McDowell performed of the Carver Loan Investment I
delegates was held in the Sky the ceremony. Co., will develop the eon.ventloa .
Room of the DuPont Ilaza Friday The bride is the daughter of theme, "Trends and Newer -
May 27. Signal honors were bestowed Mr and Mrs. Mass WUliama. Opportunities in Business," it LICENSE
upon members who had .Ir DnckW* parents are Mr NBL's opening session at the !
vrvcd for six or more consecutive and Mrs. John I"in *ney, Sr. ol Sheraton-Gibson Hotel, in Cincinnati
years. They were Mrs. Charleston, S. C. on July 19 when dele-
I Charles L. Williams (Mayme), The bride was given in marriage delegates from the business or BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'SERRY'S
Mrs. Leo Ackerman and Dr. T. E by her ******. Mrs. RON ganization's affiliates all over thecountry
Cato.HOMEMAKLNG. Jlepbum !* matron of honor are expected to converge
George Hepburn on the Ohio city.
was best man. !
EDUCATION.Slate !
Jdn. P1neklM'y wore a blue! In addition to being p-re6JJdlt MAGIC
of home economics CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
supervise
crepe bouffant dress
with a and chief officer of the Carver
education Mrs. Francis rounded neckline. Her corsage Loan and Investment Co. Mr. 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
Champion called a meeting of was of white roses and lilies ol Leslie is also director of the
key representatives to plan for the valley Times Sales Corporation and of OX 15283Straighten
teachers
the state conference for The bride's sister, Mrs. Freddie the George w. Mitchell Building
education. The
'
of hcmemaking
Pittaum will and Loan Association
give a reaction Secretaryof
meeting was held on the campusof on June 4 at her the Progressive
FAMU in the Perry-Page home 1249 NW Realty Corporation -
*iih si. and president of the -
Building on May 27. I pUlSr?ide u a graduate t Lawnside Dcvr'.opment: Corporatk .
Attending the meeting were: is a teacher at Uu >n of Lawnside, N J.
Mrs. Susie Francs Miami; Mrs. 'Rainbow Park Elementary School,
Louie Osjood Palatka; Mrs. and financial secretary: of Zeta I
Gladys Writ St. Petersburg; Phi Beta Sorority Beta Tau Zeta
Mrs. Mayivne Maddox, Panama Chapter.
City; Miss Lois. Owens, Acadia
and Dr. CUmta Feud Tallahassee. Her husband was graduated RoddandPalace
from Hunter College, New York _wr
THE LINKS, INC. Saturday Qt). He ss a teacher of mathematics
afternoon in the auditorium of and science at Dorsey Jr. d
Northwestern the Greater Miami High and a member of Omega
Chapter presented to the public Psi Phi fraternity, Sigma Alpha 4

the "glfiui and academically chat ..
talented" youth of Dade County. The couple will reside at 16101
The students were culled from NW 17th court. Opa Locka. Presents : -. +
every junior and senior high .
school public and parochial I1AJL ET1'-cJIERRY WEDDED. .
in the community It was a gratifying Mrs. Gwendolyn Sawyer Barnett, ..
spectacle to see and hear daughter of Mrs. W. B. Sawyerand ALEXSTEPHENS
the potential leaders of tomorrow. the late Dr. W. B. Sawyer.was ,
married here
Thursday
Participants on the in
program
at 7 p-m. to James L. Cherry.
speech were Sharon Clark Wil ,
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The Rev II. C.
McDowell
performed .h
bur Coleman and Michael Sands,
Jollivette La- the ceremony in the personage
in dance: Regina ,
vinia Green, Brenda Williams and cl the Church of the Open
Door. A reception dinner AND HIS
Johnson in Drama Barbara was
Phyllis ; hairat
Williams and Frances held at the Georgette's Tea' Room your

Young In M.iuic; Willie Williams immediately after the ceremony. ALL.STARS
Jacquelyn Croumel. Gloria Richardson Given in marriage by a frieend' HOME in
Diane Carol Reed and of the family Dr. H. II. Green,
the bride had Mrs. )Emma Thomas one !
Marsha Mclver. as matron of honor The best man Every Thur. Fri. Sat. easy application

The foyer of the txukiing was was T. S, Greer a close friend

decorated areas in music with displays science,fpicting art. literature bridegroom and fraternity brother of the and Sun. Now you can havc the longer looking, straight hairyou'vt

social science and jour- ; admired. The easy Silky Strata b<*n+ method
nalitm. I i JUST MARRIED. Whitaenla 10 p.m. NightlyIN gives you profcasional-typa results leaves your hair

i Mrs. Lugusta Colston, project Page to Charles Miller May 24. THE easy to manage ready to styis as you dtfira. Yow
a chatrlady. presided. The occasionwas Late bird! Ill fix you up next LOUNGE hair stays straight longs.won't go back even in botta.
given by Mrs. Mayme Williams week. humid ...t.hn. Easy-to-lbOow directions, mo ey sink
Mrs. Bernice Kemp presented Admission FREE guarantee in every package.
award certificates. Mrs WEDDING ANNlVERS RIES.

Gussde Dobbs introduced the Mr. and Mrs Melvin Fox. June GENTLE strvng(A for u4
gifted students. Mrs. Charlotte 2; Mr and Mrs. Sylvester Stalls- The finest foods eftiAirrn's longer,finer Jtairrcoaee.
Clark presented the "Links Key 'worta. June 8; Mr. and Mrs. Earl liquors andbeverage REGULAR ttrtnftk for..',a.\Qrl. j,
of Merit to first and second hon-' Edwards. June 8; Mr. and Mrs. sr, coarser Aai/-.
cr students of the AYe b I g n Ellis Adderley. June .. at popular prices T
I schools. They were: Scevi Adams Hope the real nice "shes" and I I l>6 TWO OOHCt Let S115
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and Phyllis Johnson. Carver: Loretta the real nfoe "hes have a wonderful Always a warm welcome C..et...a...M it.a N..hd.lu
hvondctful
Minso and Brenda I e.BTW anniversarytnd
; Norma Dwight and Albert a future as blight as it can AT ALL COSMCTsC. COUHUftSI
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THESE ARE Mrs Arthttrlne Chavts. and t.eharming .\*
Jones girls came out to
YOUR LIVESOn greet their relatives. You should
have seen them as they kissed
Arthur and Ptnly. shook hands
Sunday, May 22 at 3 pm. and sat to wait. kr old nd new
the Mays High School Bus Driven
trends to evidence the great day
the
Association presented We shall mention a fer of these
program "These Are Your Lives"in .
imiividua
ove y Some of tin-n:
Gould This program was in were David Dobbs Sr.. Mrs
'honor cf Mr. and Mrs. Arthur
Victoria Webb' and tn-thr. Dr
Mays. B M Hi mi man. John kafv.
I Mrs Blizabetti Lundy served a! Mrs. Minnie James. MsdrmeiItarry
('ex:diMt&r and Daniel Francis aimasteer Cole and James WI08Jn.
of ceremonies. Fcltonrmj
Mrs Thigprn. Tal Itx.
tie devotionalpcrsod James Simmons and ..., Gladys Roper gdn arch.
principal of Mays, introduced
i the author of Arthur' biography:
Dan the ceremonial man
I of the hour In a very uniquehumorous Many organisation were rirvrewntrd
.
I well suspen.efu'umanner Some f them were. the
as as
Mr Mr. Francis had the Mays High School I Hu Drivers+
fr I, relatives and friends unveil the band and chorus Mt. P.rasant
t .v.. of Arthur and PHIy.I After Baptist Church. Florida Nations: 1
Congress of Parents and Tracicr -
preliminary remarks the master
I.f ceremonies went off stage into ""A Florida Normal Alumni A.wiciation. .-.
The Boy Shuts of
the audience to designate the
z i honorees. You see the Maya were America St. Paul's Choir and the
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In St rvicr's Bis,-.a dtr.nJ for wrJ-wde mission Sec Ymlta: The zenith of the was
program
ILf' ist, Jc Kllasara ofMoshi i::-...T.a, Japan and Joseph Butlrai pretense of witnessing a literary
I the ceremony of tc.r csnsahon i r =cph You could have heard a the unrolling ft the mural of the
are four of the 14 bishops. Tanganyika, Peter Pore-,i : f Gcma, IW.g'.an Congo. hour U I history of bus transportation at
seed just prior
drop
Pope John XXIII consecrated'' kii Dcry of Wa, Ghana; Dominic|I the mustard mention of the names of the Mays and the presentation' of 'he
gokVrn trophy by Mrs. Clara
May After es. being chosen king and Juner to the M.'......
I Trained as Witch Doctor Became Bishop queen for the hour the royal Flowers were sent by Mrs.
.- rcceeive their honors. News. Mrs Mays was o
WA, Ghana A* a young hoc -- From behind state came relatives proud of her jewx-lled\ crown that
he was trained to become a witchdoctor Mrs. Ruby Thomas, aistei she remarked "I d n't know if
: la the DagaU tribe of West U. Receives of Mr Mays Mrs UIHe Byrd, Ill Late this off when I go to
Africa. But shortly after missionary Atlanta sister of Mrs Mays, the Rev. and bed.
took the Mrs. W F Tanner Sr and theii 1 L Gladys Roper FkHards.Prrss .
tribe's territorymthed Instructions children the Brnjam.n Joneses Reprccnta'.ve
intwo oatechtem' He
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later became a Catholic. Then a$600,000 GrantA I A
priett. And on May 8, be wa
consecrated' IIa Dismop by Pope: 1 LAMOUNT GUEST

John XXIII. The ceremony took gram of $600,000 to Atlanta i
in Borne.
place The new Bishop i* Peter 0<<) University from the General Education 7 INJURED IN i
In 1913. when. he was 10 years Board has been announced
old people .f his village opare had never Heard me word trtt. The funds are for Ckom-1]I and LODGING
"CJtrilde itJ." port of a graduate program the first accident' police sale
Peter WM brine trained to assist the- mler's level Dr. Clement Mrs, Jeanne" Saxon 15001 Oak at

and eventually sMeored his MidThe Rkhmond I If'f'" tI. drove her cat OVERNIGHT, WEEKLY AND MONTHLYREASONABLE
uncle in the respected position of rot ney U. to be used w.r.. Into a truck at US. 1 and Con 1
witch doctor of the community. a period of approximately eight Reef Dr The truck skidded into RATES
peers with not more than fI0t1-, a parked car and then iras slam
the turaiag puntPeter's
Then came
and ntC"fft'to the rebound by Mrs
-hlt W In principal med again on
father heard that HOURS DAY
OPEN 24 A
to accelerate
be drawn In any one year Saxon's car
men -wr teehiag $)Ut.h..r
Gwd jn a mission M trod* away the development of. The truck driver, two. personth
Ih D at the UniversityIt Call FR 1-2036
program NW 3rd Ave.
He walked the 25 mites to tMer GoJ wtll be added to the currentbudget the parked ear, Mrs. Saioi 1203V2
why anyone would worship for three purtIfOft. and her three rssengen wen f
its. '1.\111&
traditkaai Mr
Instead of the
the faculty. Injured.
additions to
He WM Impressed. and. repeated' : increases for aelected fac- .. A hAC. .... J __
a ary
Father
the White -
hU( visit to of)
the following wrek."( taking u.., members, and institutions

Mission along his *" o elder .wn.. an enlarged and program auIIt.tnWalpi of atud ntfellowitiipa For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call

For weeks the father and Miinns Dr Clement sueased the fact
walked the 25 miles to their that this to aa outright grant 'with
lesson Other villagers listened I no matching fund required from COLLECTION
to their report of what they Hadtamed the university As the Ih. 11prucram BONDED
about a Clew God San U being developed under -
even we.t to the mission this ,rant ttte university will
Peter WM sent to the WhiuFacers' j.i<1 u-- permanent' ramuree, '
mission school at NaVfongo. uff cient efid< wment to continue
On Christmas Eve I9M, .'ir program on a aubeta&ua!
he wa* baptised wit* 12 other I baits AGENCY Inc.
Dagti, the I" members of the
.f....
Catholicism.In ,! At ttMAMl1 RMWIMWC .
tttbe 1D1Peter to embrace Deny entered the, i.....rd of tractewa. the UmverastySenate ,
I atttfcrrited to begin
aid 17 WM
yean I
miner later ..mmary.... trdaincd the fir tmember p 4iuttag for a PM.!) pmgrann" inwteeled r.
tribe totaruwte 9 eM 1.mpiereenta tfam
of the o.-u
UntilFatfwr IS'1.. of ?h* program will dine after %
Deny a pr.'a.t..it-I whit >iMseltoei5 the Stnat ; Ian have tern enm- The largest collection and rental
and the board uf tnutrtw
m haf cltosiese aM d 1 d pleird <

grasral *?iasi ark. atruve. Dr them Clement'and avtHflrttn said thertttrrfe. agency in the South; operating in ,' ,

A''ants Univt- sity. atnee 1929
More IntegrationIn 4 rrfduatf trwtituUon. now gives Dade and Broward Counties''p
,
h. masters degree in ten fields
Little Rock 1. r graduate school of arts and
science" and in four professional Negro Housing areas

N.grc :)i' school: .
Little Rock. Ark --Fibtunii

> >r high school ttu4.ntbe4 It.w" L L. iROOKl, Frtaldtnt

.tt *eiee* .d to attended laMent- NEED CASH

hih tehuuia here next )MI'. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

p. ir meat by the UMM::1 $25 to $600PL83653 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND i
School Homrd lh.tnce.whit .. wk t i)
Hock
Iu4Ib
nvtw tht a %...4 ol W Keg -

? will t*****! c.MfaJ! and I IDEAL LOAN CORP. ;

Hal! Hitfh S4dIIo."lI.: About 2>K!> 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. iJrg! ;
riattend I
white **u4u a4 tight *
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Lauderdale Class and a member of the SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1960 PACE 9
of
1950. will be the princ-
pal speaker. The Classes of 1940 .

and 1930, will have representatives .... ,..
v ELLIOTT -.r .r
J. PIEZE I respond on the program
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SPOTLIGHT REUNION BALL TO CAPTURE WORDS FOR THE WORLD

COMMUNITY AWAITS held on Tuesday afternoon at
REUNION ACTIVITIES l 2 o'clock in the school's auditor- The reunion ball which will be Cod maketh no distinction between the White and

ium. The Class of 1950 will observe held on June 10 at 10 p.m. at the the Stack If the hearts both
art pure are ae*
The community Is anxiously its first reunion after ten Harlem Square Ballroom, is destined -
nraiUnt the coming of the Booker 9440 out of school; the Class to capture the season's ctptabU unto HimBaha'l. Wrltl"oa.BAHA'I .
T. WasMnftoft Hlh Alumni its second reunion and the spotlight Invitations for tM b.aUare
Association's annual reunion activities Class of I no, its third. now being mailed. Anyone ASSEMBLY OF MIAMI
which will b. held June MISS SALLIE STEPHENS who has not received his invitation FRanklin 1.5420
7 and 10. SPEAKER by May 31 is asked tn kindly
The reunion' program win be Miss Salle L. Stephens, a men call in person or phone the downtown -
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HOLD FIRSTCAMPOREE Girl ScoutsThe

Sunflower and Ixora districts -
are having Day Camp for
Girl Scouts June 20-28 and 27-30

The Divisional Committee of Day camp gives girls an oppor-
the South Florida Council, Boy tunity to work and play in the
Ctmrd Scouts of America, carried out ;u out-cf-doors make new friert f:
Activities on Saturday and have meaningful experience
f I first Camporee
to and Sunday May 2829. at learning new skills! that Kill enrich

me the Dade County Youth Fair their lives. If you are nota
: Ground. Girl Scout and wculd like to

The following Units were present attend Day Camp yea are wel
representing 77 Scouts and come. Send your regtetrauotm in .
I I 10 adults leaders: now to the following Day Catrtj

-- The World is Yours! :I Troop 56 Sponsored by Mt directors Homestead: area: Mrs. ErnestineJadcjccon.

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA You are invited t:) accompanythe Zion Baptist Church Herbert 436 SW 4th court. CI
I senior choir cl Grace Presbyterian Williams, scoutmaster. 7-6758.
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1960 Church on a World Tour T. S. Greer Jr. and Sylvester Coconut Grove, South Miami
Tea. Sunday afternoon. June 5. Thompson assistant' scoutmasters. and Perrine areas: Mrs. James

--- --- 4 to 6 p.m. at Liberty Square Three patrols with 20 Scout members. I Cra.\ford. 14250 1flMlttlcmt.: ..
Auditcrium. 6304 NW 14th ave. Richmond Heights. CE 5->*31.
BAHA'l ASSEMBLYMrs. JEHOVAH WITNESSESMr. The Douglas school mixed quartet Troop 74 Sponsored by Areas north of flatter St : Mrs.
will be featured on the pro- Mays School PTA. Goulds; Sylvester Harry A. ,,'bftIt y. 395 NW 1st
Zilpha Sawyer, secretary Bcnnie Crump presidmi Harrington. Scoutmaster. st. Miami. FR 92901.
of James 1: Scott Community Association minister of Miami's west congregation gram. with 14 Scout Day Camps are taffd wl'h
To patrols
will lead the regular cl Jehovah's Witnesses in trained Girl' Scout personnel and
weekly discussion at the Baha'i announcing final travel plan TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. II ben. meal-I *e are certain that all girls will
f I
Center, 137 NW llth ave.. 7 pjn. stated. that, "We should nave L. A. Thompson pastor Trocp 99 sponsored benefit frrm their experiencesThe

Sunday, JUDe 5. Her subject will quite an enjoyable" time at thisc.ovcnW Sunday School l ......._............... 1:30 thane Elementary PTA age limits are 7 years to 17
be -Man's Relationship God." n. ,Some 8uo are expected Morning worship .................... 11:00 1 I Samuel Grant Scoutmaster. years and the fee is $5.00 per girl

Everyone is Invited to participatein to attend. BTU .........._.._......_.._.._.._..... 5:30 T -o patrols with 13 Scouts for the 8-day period. '
this discussion. The tensions will begin Friday Evening worship ......._.._._... 7:30 present.' Jll Ij I
6:45 Ute thixne
following
.. pjn. Troop 375 Sponsored by j
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST i-eik Peace and Pursue It. The Monday evening, in spite of Inclement Kerr Memorial Methodist Church

pI"OIram111 consist mainly of weather a number of Pen ine. Robert Stiles Scout- OPENING SPECIAL! !
Rev. C. J. ilurney, pastor Lectures, panel discussions and members and friends were fees- master. Three patrols with 27
Claudia Wilson reporter tcnuns. rot to enjoy the first annual ban- Scouts present.

Sunday<< School "."........""." .30 The public Bible speaking daM quet of the church. A delicious: Troop 77 Sponsored by St. Easy Method Schoolof
Morning services _-_.... 11:00 ',.-ill be conducted by James A. dinner wa served. Regret that Agnes Episcopal Church. Leroy Charm
BTU MO Thompson Jrn district supervisor the rain prevented many from Smith Scoutmaster, with three r

Evening services ".........,._. 7:00 and will ben at 715 p.m., Fri coming out. The oommitteee' on Scout visiting Saturday's Activities. Specializing 'in Weight Reduction i
day. This wiii be followed by the rnfMhmf is commended for a .
:
Notice The revival services Ministry development class at Job welt done. I Muscle Toning and Modeling

will begin June 6 through June 17 8:15: pan. being conducted by Mr. Deacon S. G Ferguson and The program included tent 1540 N.W. 62nd St. :
at 7:15 pjn. The Rev. J. E. Me- Reginald 11. General, circuit supervisor Bro. Charles Armbrcee, chairman pitching. cooking on open fires
Crary, of Ocala, will conduct the This class will fallow Uetheme. and co-chairman for Men's competitive Scout-craft games by Call Mrs. Evelyn Tynee I

meeting., You are cordially Invited "ITovKling Right Things Day request" all the men to be, patrols; campfire program and i
to come and help make It For All Men. present Saturday evening at 7 at Sunday morning worship service. OX 1.1766 NA 10470J18
a great .u< t'c4Lng you. and baptism talk at 1:30 neos I Scouten, visiting parents and
pjn. and at 730 pjn. the program First Sunday services will be asuwal. friends.
-Be a Teacher on Biblebtudics.
TheLord' will be
a Supper
ST. PAUL A. M. E. ." .
administered both morning and
Rev. M. J. Fayson pastor Sunday will climax the assembly evening and the choirs will sing

IViti St. and 4th Court ; at 3 p.m. Mr. Thompson, jointly. Hasten at 11 a A. 1 I Vandalism Is CostlyTo
will deliver the public lectureFinding ,
Sunday School ...... ..."..... 9.31Moroifig Peace in This TroubledWorid. The young people and thrir'paret. 'I
worship _..?.....? ,. 11:01 ;. ." are asked to cooperate
ACE League ,.., ..-- Sag AU oudlll persons are welcome with the leaders in the preparation Every TenantA
Bvtatag worship "....-.__- 7:00 to attend. All icttUmi will for Children's Day.
Mrs Pearl Ward returned' last
Last Sunday raonua which be and held at the Ave.Qk'a lull, 27Ui *u week from Kingston, Jamaica, reward will be paid to anyone for confidential information -
Osprey
wa MiKtonary Day we had a where she visited her relatives

w ad rful utnooo readered to us aDd friends. leading to the arrest and conviction of any
by a vjsiUfig aua&ur Rev. W. J.JekM Church of Th. Open Door
-- ---- -- ----
.n ef Ward's chapel AME (Congregational person who destroys property managed by Bonded

Church. Eau Gillie. ILs theme Rev. 1L C. McDowell pastor J. B. SMITH
"
"Grace, wa* moM inspiring. The A. E. J4c.'l eat. reporter Collection Agency. Call FR 3-8416 and ask for
8MMK wa rendered: by the junior ELECTRICSERVICE

choir.On. Dr. McDuAell will conclude" the Lockhart.
series of Sunday which
sermons ,
had the
Suaday evening we
have extended from of
beginning THANK YOU KINDLYFOR
Caltadar Rally which was sponsored Lent -Witnesses to ILs Passion- Electrical Contractor
by Mrs. B. Fayson wife of
character atetchet of witnesses
gave -
the pMtor. The sermon was deMvwwl HOUSEWIRING
through Palm 5UD the Rev. M. Williams.
by
His Resurrectkmgave "Don't Call ua"
The amount raised for the day to cuss .
character sketches
through
was $152.98.TWs Easter to Pentecott.: The concluding PHONE OX 1-3625 HOME FENCES & FLORIDA

Sunday which will be sermon will be a distillation
Night or Day IMPROVEMENTS AWNINGS ROOMS
of Dr. McDowell's thirty
lloly Comtn union day, music will
be choir No. 1. The yean missionary activity on the -
presented by -- ----- ------ ---
.
The The Man to see ,IS
theme T
public u invited.' Holy Spirit b e

to African a More Christian's Meaningful CutJLribuUon Interpretation. F. W. Reynolds .

ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH ." SEE THE SOUTH'S
There will also be baptism, reception -
5154 NW 23rd Ave. of new members andobservance LEADING COLORED Factory Representative
Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor of holy Communion. PSYCHIC READER 12 J YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND

Mrs. Sarah Pool reporter As always
everybody is ocnliJyinvited.
Sunday School _M___ 930 ajn. KNOW HOW! "ITS GOOD TO KNOW

Morning worship ..-m.n.. 11XX Services' are held at 11 o'clock THE RIGHT PRODUCT TO BUY AN

P. B. Training Union ....._ 530 Sunday mornings, at the Seventh ADDED ADVANTAGE TO KNOW THE

Evening worship .,. -.-_",-. 70 Day Adventist School, NW 50th. PERSON FROM WHOM YOU BUY IT"
st and 25th ave.
A magical program will beheld Free Estimates Phone
June 5 at 3 pjn. sponsored "HOW CHILDREN LEARN"
Uy Sis. Pool in behalf of the Day or Night PL 4-7920

WeiiHa's Day program June 12. St. James Church FHA Terms No Money Down. Up to
(
You will see and hear *uchgroups
60 Month to Pay
M the Southern Kings, Presents Mrs. Roper
Siftfftag Stars of Harmony
Angela
-
.._ .- r_ .
and many other groups of I Edwards Let her years of experience guide
Miami YMI are invited to attend
tail musical Remember, 1 and protect you throughout life
program.
June 5 at 3 pjn. On Sunday June 5, the St as a lighthouse fluid the ships I la
James AME Church will presentone a storm For eucceee .In buelneaa Rev. Mother FatimaHere

ST. LUKE BAPTIST of its members. L. Gladys and love
Roper Edwards, in a demonstration CONSULT HER-

Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor "How Children Learn" at I DONT STAY IN THE RUT. GET
Mrs. Bunetta Green, reporter the Parish Hall at 4 p.m. I OUT NOW BY THE HELP OP For the First Time in This AreaSee

Sunday School .-.. -,........._... 930Mernlng Mrs. Roper Edwards is a native GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
of Moncks Corner & C. however 1__ ... .....aa
worship ......_..",.. 11:00
this
BTU ...._.._.._.... 530 I she has worked in Dade Office Hours great divine healer of all times,

Evening worship ..._..._.._ ,:00 County since 1947 when shecompleted t a.lft. f pm.Thur. I I she can heal you by prayer. See her today,
the requirement for .. 9 .... to :
The 4th Sunday in June is the the masters degree from Atlanta Tfun.Sunday. tomorrow may be too late. There is no pity
day set atkk for our Youth Day. University for those
there's
AH of the young people of St. Most Dade Countlans know her ) knowing help on earth

Luke Baptist Church are asked as a guidance or a public schoolteacher 10 a..... S ..... w I t'- but don't seek it. Are you sick, unhappy,
to meet at the church every She has many hobbles,
disgusted life
Wednesday evening 7 p.m. Remember one of which is creative wTiting. DAILYREADING with ? Everything you do

all young people who She is the author of the biography seems to go wrong, then see this gifted
are members of the church. of "Arthur ),fays."A Plan
For Teaching Science in T h e uJ, lady.
Please continue to pray for the Primary Grades and "The '1.00 UP

sick and shutins. Mrs. Berdell House Inside of Women. She his What with heart must believe
Washington U at Jackson Memorial 23 Years Experience you see your eyes your
and Karios
Karen
4 Mrs. Inez 'just completed With each and consultation she will
east wing ; Frysoo Mother's Book for Children From MADAMHUNTER reading private

is at home. Six tQ Sixty and Echoes of IL>w give away a free lucky charm. She has just returned

ANTIOCH BAPTIST We Gladys Learned Is an" Eastern Star, Zeta. from a triumph trip in India. She guarantees to remove -

Rev. J. W. Stepberson, pastorM. Criterion, and member of several 1657 N.W. 73rd St all bad luck, and evil influence. For more information -

T. Copel&cd reporter educational organizations.The MIAMI, "LA.Don't call MU 89148.
St. James Church Gladys

Sunday*School worship.-..."."....... 11:00 fcttMornin and her friends will appreciateyour write Call In pervon 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE
031 presence at this event on
BTU
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Gala MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA .
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SATURDAY
JUNE 4, 1960 PAGE 11

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Joe Louis I "y 1

Has
Not
Signed 'Aew .IN ? ....


OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

Contract With Fidel Castro


FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
c NEW YORK Recently, daily
." ; papers throughout the world car
I ried a front-page headline story Former Rattler Hits
concerning a $287,000 contract uotttta'
the Arm cf Louis, Rowe Fisher,i r4 Homers, Bats in ptttoouatto txtr uttAnottr w
Lockrhart Enterprises, Inc had' ntn/tnort
signed ri ith the Cuban Tourist I I(10 RBI's With Boise I II
Commission. Unfortunately 1*I
some
I II
cf these publications did not take POCATELLO B:.' Luc.1"; .
the time to inevestigate the facts I,'I former tar shortstop f>.r the F'a
and captioned their story -Joe'!, A and M Rattlers banged out
Louis Signs Contract With Cas-j four home run and drove in 10

tro. This, of course, is a misreprescntaUon : runs as Boise spin a four-game
series 10-6 and
19-9 here with
cf the truth. Fortunately -
: leading newiapers! such fVcatello ft'tWItl.I
as the New _York Times and the Lucas a native cf Jack"nnv .c
F.a and brother-in-law
of Han
.eow York
Iferald-Trtbune
I
took
'yd, ? K.-crj li announcing ther the time to investigate the facts: Aaron cf the Milwaukee Braves
::c r.J i cf C: e first big show of, thoroughly and printed the story afro got a double and a single in ,
..' c-r-nui a) hs popular FiestaC as it was. I the nightcap and scored five I

J3 on Thursday night, June 9. The facts are that Louis runs. hto&clf in going f\.t'-for-l, PLUSSUNDAY
Rowe set enHe -
T. huw! '
; will feature a number ,
Fist, Lockhart I I
Enterprises I was voted the Most Vahi-
name stars now
n? Miami and Miami appearing Beach at lacy a public relations, publicity!: able Player while with' Sacramen- ,

c ;,t-:. clubs: and hotels la addl- and advertising firm signed a:i J I I To in the California! league tx-
') H'Wt'a1 other well known $237,000 agreement with the Cu- 1 fore entering the service thrt'O Tuotton> uraf 10 UK m tm fa IJRK KI)
club stars. ban Tourist CommJMton on Feb. ,i, year ago He received' his sec ind
4. I960 to stimulate and develop, .MVPwhile' serving M a 2nd Lt. StlkaatLtAprtrstra
K L-as has tong been: noted forration tuu nun amcng Negroes, In a1 I 1 I at Fort Blhw. Texas '
country that offers the I I staparrlrtrblpM.ets
of fine shows at hi* them opportunity '
,U and tfat time he U. oirx to enjoy their vacation "CLASSICSPECIAL"
ous to surpass even the best tim* -without fear of discrimination I 3 /lhrlrl '

> : ** Doors uiU open! at or segregation. The first. TRAIN
o cock on that niht, the ad. country to extend a welcome' to I _
s .:>n w. $1.00 and fr reservar the Negro tourist TO MIAMI ) PRr

r tables ek+ae-up to thec Tallahassee
-- James O Moblrv I
The '
agreement was signed by
T r. 4 8105 duly registered _
with the United States IXpartxnent. arrange tnt a per al) tra':n '"TH I L.iruviRiE _
Mr. Lockhart is the' Orange no? ,!i*fn SHwvial" to cross |
10 RATTLERS NOWIN Vt'noG.bo initiated the contract i I Florida for the I960 Orange > atiute WW1 tIcn+t1I
'
'
and serves in the capacity of account nioanom Classic on Dw 10 hi )

PRO BALL executive. lie has stated ami. .11/
that until such time that Cuba The train will originate in I
: political life is straightened out sacota and will c4ck up p MONDAY
taste Bobby Lee, dev
*
-
fullback the Florida relative to the United States, Joe gers' along the Seaboard Line In
on TWO DAYS ONLY'Don't
> < M University Rattlers Lnuis' service will not be used Miami Those interested. pies& e
uncle
on this account "There contact James' O Mobley
cd: and untied grid team was no 312
scar: has inked a contract question of using LAMUS to obtain West PcrsMng: St Ta!'a ias ee Daisies'PLUS
Eat
c the Houston Otters, an the agreement The agreementwas The
.cod Coach Jake Csither. never discussed with Dr -
Castro, on our part nor did he AIR CONDITIONED
C.acb Gaither said that the discuss It 'With&I.. It was first I I
')1 i en of the newly formed discussed with Sonar Enrique -
arr.cc..n Football League has' Benavides head of the Special RITZTHEATRE ;
Zin Lee as a defensive halfcnk -I Market Department of the Cuban '
This brims the total to 10 Tourist Carnm1Mon.. Sub* quentiy j w "t
.;-- .cr A and M stars signed! by I the agreement was signed' by NOW SHOWING ;It.
teams for the '60 season. Dr Baudilia Csitelianes, national j tar -
f' Tack Willie Galimore. tackle director of the Cuban Tourist "GIANT OF j ?' ,
W ::'1e Lee are with the Chicago Commission, and )I. A. Lockhart. MARATHON"PLUS j
HenTackle Willie Mcdunx is representing Louis, Rae, Fisher ,
:U* ClrvvLsad Browns Lockhart Enterprise. Inc. I j -1hTODLOS

.''i It .is a matter of law, that each "Gette Km pa Story"Sal f j
William Barber is pin officer of the corporation mutt Mines.
'
'be SUmproVr Club in the file a* a foreign agent when a
n a.an Lc ffue. Fullback Jessed
Arm contracts business with an.
I :.:- and center" Willie Taylor I !
other country To that effect Joe
j"n! the Lns Angeles Charg- ly DZ WYt wftaNShMSCOPt
i Louis and the members of the I
Tackle Frank Merchant has,firm followed the &laws of their ,
cT.rrd: : as an cad with the, I
country It should be noted' that
Y >rk Titans He played both A picture
this registration took place more as great as
.J! and tackle for A and M. End
than a month ago and was duly;
( J<>JWIOft will I
p' report to the noted in many papers at that "Imitation of Life" STARTS TUESDAY
idclphia EHfo-t and halfback time The question Is. Why the .
Fitter .is slated to Join his big stories now? -

o\.mrrftn, halfback twin ,_. AWARD WINNERS., ..
"T' ---- --- THREE ACADEMY
r. -
wan i with me: !Hears
[: "SergeantRutledge"
,- *.* drafted by the Bears J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone PULITZER PRIZE AUTHOR
*hut )(! mod Toronto in then THE

< Leajue Frazier and FR 4-3034 .AND NOW THE SCREEN IS
11 irr re'umiA from' a twovh ..
in the Army 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. STRUCK BY LIGHTNING

Loyal 59ers TeaT We copy and enlarge' picture tf I

/wr loved eats at half pries.
Starring
u.n! S en Tea WM ay
We Make All Kinds oPktitre..
'
4: .JOCM< The participants
i--- f-i(taat te praeBtiRC their I WOODY STRODE and *
--- --- -- -
..
le aM 1ftOEk 1iAc. The I I
"' were suitiluny att.r- JUANO HERNANDEZ
Hr club colors red and I
>-' The founder '"' I
of the ( Jb CAPITOLTHEATRE
r
'
> Arabella F rtr pr ssrsted I With a big
", Euxenia Thcmas mistress. I
as
Negro and White Caet
TTemoni She was ete( nt A
!r Display of SAT. MIDNITE I
great ability m
.
-. ".' nf the prtieipa The SUN. THRU SAT. Your hurt wtfl awell with

f r'Jt barn, way TiktTA by Baldwin MAY 7 BIO 2t t.DAYS JUNE 7 4 racial pride when rou... t WB PMMiILifWtNJlJtaRDPTENIESSEE 0 ,O P


.. 1':.," t"Jb: wi.has to dunk s" the "Wild River" this great picture at both the ,
and
frieod I
who conrUbutM -
t'.", .* "ucceae of the tea j I Stirring Montgomery Clift WllU4MSUWTHEfIl111VEKlIDP

F :"C'r1"e Alien president' | CAPITOL It ItAND
C-;cr :dine Alien, H<<'etaO'I, "Blood and Steel" i r

--..._.. i.imnmritit... f' I I J

I ADDED INCOME

i NO MONEY DOWN Air ConditionedBUNCHE BUNCHETHEATRES 1 ..

I ; W swrn JOY.=mWWIJISafmRIS;
BUILD ON YOUR LOT 'E'a... ; t'1Jt"WtDn
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NOW ar .W-.IH1J1.
I U IBli UUU
in Dade call OX 1-4505 THEATRE OPA LOC
Broward County SUN MOW, TUES Starts Wed., June 8th PLUS -

WA 2-9411 I Glenn Ford

Write: Percy Hepburn Jack LemmoA In Adults 95 cents 'White Wilderness'IN

ARCHITECT ANDBUILDER "Cowboy"Jn Students 60 cents


871 NW 7th Street Technicolor Children 25 cents
COLOR
Hallandale Fla. "Wolf Laren"With

(formerly f Nassau, Bah.) Barry Sullivan f I I
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rites. His survivors include his MT. CALVARY BAPTIST I
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I widow, live children two sisters,
of Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor
two brothers and his parents
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE 4, 1960CARDSMEMORIALS Wrens. Phyllis Myers reporter .Help Wanted

Sunday School ..........,--i_.,.., 9:43
Eric Henry Ughtbourn, 4 weeks Morning Worship ........ 11:00B. MALE OR FEMALETo
of Mrs. Pearline Litfbt- T. U. &JI
bourn old sen of 6031 NW 23rd ct., died Evening Worshto ,,.....,.,,.,. 7:00 Sell Furniture

in Jackson Hospital May 30. Sunday morning our pastor
.
conducted : -
services were
Graveside
preached a very inspiring message. -
June 1. Everyone enjoyed It very

IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn William Thomas of 1300 NW I much.delivered Agatn another on Sunday soul night stirring he Good Commissions

of lit court, died in Jackson Hos-
memory It too was enjoyed.
nessage.
sad but loving memory of Surviving are his N.W. 62nd St.
MRS. MATILDA JOHNSONwho pital May\ 31. Our sick and fthut-lns are SU. 2300
our dear beloved mother, rnotiter- departed this life June S. widow Mary, a sister, Mrs. Beatrice Ella Wilson Sis. Mary Kelly and
in-few and grandmother SARGENTwfco 1950. May she rest in peace and jones of Daytona Beach a Bro. Eddie George. We are pray f
MRS. MATILDA ft may light perpetual shine upon brother Johnnie Tomlan of ing for all of you a speedy re
this life June Mrs
departed Wmie Springs Fta. a niece
195%. her.Sarah Bethel daughter Genevieve Murray a nephew, Albert covery.
Gone but not forgotten. May Clarence: Bethel l. son-in-law Jones an instructor at Terrific Deal2bedroom
Ministers-Deacons
her immortal soul rest in peace. and Elementary School. Mr. .
great -
Grand children Douglas ------ -
Mrs. Marion E. Parks, Dfht. employed by the Dur-
grandchildren Thomas Union at St. James 1 bath enclosed
AlexandM Raro 'nt- SOU dine's Dept Store for many years ,
James.E.- Parka, soninlawand THANKSThe will. be funeralized June 4 at 2pjn. The Ministers and Deacons' porch
CARD OF
grandchildren in the chapel. Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist
Association met at the St. James Only $290 DownSee
CARD OF THANKSThe family of the late Baptist Church. Rev. J. L. John-
THELMA MAE FORBES son, pastor, Thursday night thru
who passed away on May 12, and at
family of the late Sunday.
laid to rest on May 16 take Kange delivered
was
MRS. CECILUE GRANT JASPER their Inspiring messageswore 3114 NW 60th St.
method of expressing
in New York this Lewis., of 6000 NW 20th by the Rev. Joseph Smith
twM pawed away to the Willie
thanks and appreciation Mr. Warren
Rev. II. W. Open -
City take this method of express- and neighborswho ave., apt. 3, died at his residence Rev. Ernest Williams
tax their sincere: thanks. to themany the many friends May 28. Mr. Lewis had lived In Moss, the president, and Sunday
friends for their messages were so kind in their hoursof Miami fur the past 20 years, coming I night the Rev. I. C. Mickinsbrought OX 1.6341eve.. NA 1-6053

of sympathy during their bereavement bereavement. here from Americus, G a. lie the meeting to a clue
&i* was buried In Thanks for the many cards: was employed by the Seaboard with a forceful and effective ser
beautiful Rose Hill Park in Kin- Utters, tel rams, flowers, cars Railroad. The body will be on non
den N.J.May and all other kinds of deflationsof VHW in the chapel from 1 pan. Choirs spearing were' those of
God bless each of you. sympathy Special: thanks to June 2 until 6 pm. June 3 atwhich St Jams Temple. New Bethel
The Family Father John E. Cukner and the the body will be shippedto New Mt Zion and Mt. Ottvette I
Manker Funeral Home. May God Friendship, Ga. for final nte Pastor Johnson and members

CARD OF THANKSWe bless each of you. He is .survived by his widow gave the messengers a splendid
mother !
Anna Symonette, son Willie entertainment and were highly
Lewis, a
Mrs. Louise
Hilda Edden aunt Mae two grandchildren commended for their new furniture. ;
the family of the late daughter Lucy .
WILLIE MAE JOHNSON three sisters.
wfeo died May 19, take this I CARD OF THANKSThe

method to thank the many ones family of the late Mrs. Mamie Lee Dudley of Why be Out of Style? Near Liberty City
fer their kind form of consoling ttoo NW 26* ave.- died.. May. 29
exi-tiosKn of sympathy Especially m a local hoptiai. Mrs.- Dudley' Let-us convert your double- New 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS
do we thank Rev J. J. WI!- kved in Miami fur IS years breasted
had breasted suit to a single Built-in oven and range. No
Hams and the members"' of Metropolitan here from Eutaula. Ala.
coming lapel. )18 up.
AME Church neighbors of The body will be shipped toEW.w. narrow closing costs, no qualifying.
NW
9J7
Tttd 74th st in Liberty City and I .. June 3 for final rites. Your Smiling Tailors Balance like rent. Small deposit -
neighbors of 3rd court' and 20th I t Surviving are her husband, Joe; 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn indf Prop.I will hold. $995 down.
Alto the Faithful Four Richardson
at.
area four sons George and Ben .. .
-- -- =::
.e.
Funeral --
Cteb and the Range weu Cell Bland; Willie W.Iu.ama. -

Home and Haft May God bleca, ;a daughter, Ella Richardson ,..,.. ,...",.. #."""""....,.. Coconut Grove
you and all friends, individually : mother, Mrs. Viola Hart a
and collectively. II I I ,. 1I ; briber. Lester HartMarcel $3.98 Albums, $2.98 $495 DOWN-$75 MONTH

The Famly I I Very nice 2-bedroom with

THANKSThe I I Beater 10 monthold $4.98 Albums $3.88 panelled Florida room. Very
CARD OF daughter of Mr. and Mrs Louis
Better of 3176 NW 42nd It., apt. large closets, real fire place
family of the late, S dwd May 27 in a local hospital. $5.98 Albums $4.29POP and awnings. Call us to see.

MIt ;. CARRIE WOODARD Chapel services were conducted No closing costs.
\vtoo p M< Mss laid to rest on May 14 take green Cemetery. -=
i I CLASSICAL ,
tills method of ejqprewng their: Near 54th St.
I ttoftk and appreciation to the I I'h.ktncn L. George McKenxie SPIRITUAL
f'; many friend and neighbors who I of 14WO Pierce St. Richmond I. $695 DOWN-$80 MONTH
wY re *u kind in their hours of1xvavicenent. Height, died at his residence on PROGRESSIVE JAZZ Beautiful 2.bedroom on
I /[ June 1 He is survived by his .
Thanks fMt many cards, 'Wiow Mrs Emma McKenzie large landscaped lot. Equip-

lotus, tel grarns. flows, cars I Spanish, instructor at Booker TWashington You name it-we have hi! ped with awnings refrigerator
.Mt all other kind of donations t High School, ana a stove plus extra
2 STORES many
cf thanks to SOLOMON DOSTER Service will be
sympathy Special son, George This is
wonderful deal.
Rev J. Cohen and members of wishes to express i'J feeling of conducted at St. Agnes Episcopal a
1112 N.W. 3rd AvenueFR
tileC'hUreft of God in Christ and gratitude to the many persons Church on a date to be announced. x=:-
tfcc Franal Home. : who contributed flowers trie- ,: 3-2236 CASH FOR YOUR LOT

The Family i Grams, cards and sympatheticthoughts j I I ar--- ----==-
during its: bereavement .
CARD OF THANKS A special thanks to the RevS. I : BRIGHT REALTY
I I A. Thomas. paM<<. members I THANK YOU
The famJy of the late of Mt Sinai Baptist Church the 011* PL 7-845 283 NW 79th St.
Richardson Mortuary and neighbors At Uu ume we the family
-I I the late Edtn Baptkte Sr.. who -j :.( .
Missouri Do t<<. wife "was" buried on May 2 with to ex-
And Family heartfelt thanks to the .
Don't Fret Fight !
wonderful friend who immedialely -<
'
came m abundance to 5115*
,- '- how thftrmpathy: in the recent -| 40 Join The NAACP

w DEATHSManker loss of our htufcand and r
father It's times like these when,1- -- -- -- I
you really get to know your
frk-nd. For the wonderful -may''tan HOMES FOR SALE
which the Dade County Mor-i
I . tician AscKctation directed" the!1 I
services and to the friend who $495 Down -- $75 Per Month
Quincy Cra,*'ford. 671 W. 22n-l sent flowers, cards and telegrams,1
st,. HuVeah, dkd May 31 in thank you sincerely, and last but Come to Goodman's Real Estate, 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
Jackson Hospital Survivors in- not .lout our priest, Fr TheodcreR I
Phone OX 1-O380. Across from Steven's Market Letus
dude a wife Sadie and f 0 u rchildren. Gibson for a consoling message ,
} Funeral arrangements I show you a home to suit your pocketbook We

R are i incomplete at UU time Mrs Elaine Baptist i have many to choose from.
And Family
Willie Jame Smith of 1322 W I .
I Pembroke Road Won Hollywood
died May 31 in Memorial Hoc-
1 pitaL The body was shipped to No Down Payment Be Safe, Not SorryWe
the Tillman Funeral Hume m
Madison. Fla. for final rite "Unbelieveable Savings" can finance your automobile liability insurance

MtS BESSIE CAMPBELL, I Samuel Pattrick of 2740 NW' "Tested and Approved" on easy monthly payments.D. .

ef .53) NW 63rd st,. Miami who 46th st st. died suddenly in his Refrigerators, Wringers
died Ma> 22 and was funeralized home May 27 Funeral was held Automatic Washers and GOODMAN & SONS
Mar 28 I960, wish to thank all Monday at 10 ajn May 31 in Uwhapt'l Dryers Gal and Electric
fur kindnesses shown her during iwHh. the Rev C W. Scott all sixes PHONE OX 1-0380
all makes
her illnttf and death. officiating. Ranges, ,

Special thanks to the neighbors -
friends and relatives for so House of Albert. $29.00 up
many kind deeds. Thanks t-O r
your' flowwra." carder telegrams, Henry Rolle- of 1138-B NW 4* Warehouse Clearance on all

cars and other kind gesture ofsympathy ave.. died May 26 in Jackson Hospital Hollywood beds and
Thanks also to the after a brief' iUnets. He is t
Richardson Funeral Home for Its survived by four sisters, Mesdames MattressesFree i j _. j L
untiring services, the Rev P. D. Laura Seymour. Augusta
I Brantley. pastor of Greater Israel Rutherford Albertha Miller and Delivery *. ** vvcXgD

/ Bothol 1 Primitive Baptist Alma Farrington; five brothers. nm
Church and all who participatedon Herbert.' Ceasar. John and WH- I Buy now and I&yell!! oD

the program. Afain thanks to ford Rolle and El W Stracnan .
everyone for everything. May Funeral services were conducted' Dave's Trading Post
God's bte&sinjE be with you always June 2 at 3 p.m at Temple' Baptist -

Church Rev. L. A. Thompson 749 N.W. 62nd St. I
The Family paxtcr Interment in Lincoln

Mrs. Inez Burley daughter PL 7-0121
Walter Campbell husband Jli.UyV Stone who resided at
Miss Ethel Green, daughterO'Neal 1M4 Washington St.. Opa Locka Dally to 9 p.m.-Sunday to i pun.. ttS'lS C AtSC rh: ) Ca.c t
Campbell. ton and ...'ho died May 28 wa sent I I IU2 N.W &ih A* -. OX 'S4h
Four grandchildren to Wrens. Ga June 3, for final -



Dts. of Isis Observe
I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
ThanksgivingIt I

C I SATURDAY_ JUNE 4, 1960 PAGE 13

T a

JOB WANTED IN AND AROUND
SMART. AMBITIOUS 13-year-
oM boy wishes' work after school THE BAHAMASA
and all summer. PL 7-5235.
large crowd of PLP support

Miami Dodgers to en WM at the Public Square and
Bay Street on Monday morning
May 23 to applaud the four successful -
Play Miami All candidates in the recent

bye-election as they took their
I Stars June 4th seats in the House of Assembly.H. .
FREE DEMONSTRATION || Sand soil and fill Call from M. Taylor. PUP chairman;
World'a finest Vacuum cleaner.I 16 p.m. to 10 pm. Mr. Robert Mil Arthur Hanna. Charles Dorsctt
The fast moving Miami Dodgers
Call Herbert C. Long today NEl I ler. 760 NW 70th at. and Spurgron Bethel moved in as
will take on the equally' fast
the
crowd cheered increasing' '
Li. II I moving Miami All-Stars In a the strength of the party to nine

\\i ; Job OpportunitiesDepartment FOR RENT rn Tr-cial Saturday exhibition night baseball June fame 4 at members in the House.

of Promotion and j FURNISHED APT Dorsey Park Game time 8 pm. The Elections Court has declared -
Lovely
yard.
: Publicity Creator Miami Urban Warren" Levarity the winnerin
I Reasonable. OX 10870. The Dodger' hare their lineupof
Leaflue. ItS NW First at.. H. such well known names as the Grand Bahama and B4mlnl -
r Allen Whoatley Jr., vocational bye-election I on Fcb 24. Harold
2-BEDROOM furnished or unfurnished Sonny Drown. 2b; Eddie Jones,
service R. DeGregory consideredthe
ocrctary. Phono FR CBS home. Near w; Daniel Milo. cf; Walter Brown was
'.147.. winner at the time, and '
Grandway, bus and school. Rent e: Charles Brown" Ib; Leroy even
took his
eat in the H reasonable" 1278 NW 55th Jones. 3b Fred Wilson Ik"a.If" .-
MRS. ETHEL JOHNSON Auditor sUFR : p; the ballots rejected" by Commissioner
: 14921.APARTMENT. Jones rf. and William Woodrow -
Restaurant"
Illustrious Commdress, Manager Darville were" acceptedas \
It. Baby Ruth is Uw manager.
Ram Clerk valid
by the (court giving Levarity
The officers and members of library AideTabulating furnished. Accommodation 269 and DrGregivry 262
Kazah Court No. 117. Daughters' Equipment Operator for 5 people' 2137 NW The All-Stars will boast such votes. Levarity is another PUP
cf leis observed their Thanks-'i'I Jail Steward 59 th *. NE 51920. name as William -Su. rboy" member DrGregory at least had
K.vitH service May 15 at Mt. Medical' Social Worker I Johnscn. pitcher; DeWltt Trultt a good taste of the Hou**.
S.nai Baptist Church.: I Life Guard DUPLEX APARTMENT. New 2b; Otis Johnson Ib; Rufus,
Thanks to the Daughters" and : Clerk 2-bedroom apt. Adults only. Finest Jones." 1 band Honkey Johnson, Constable James' Pratt and
Noble of Kazah Temple No. 149 HouM-porent neighborhood. 1130 NW 76th pitcher David Rolle. just two weeks on
t Cooperation to the EfKineering Draftsman police 'f'non feet patrol -
members of the church for their I i Supply Clerk I at 2 a.m. May 22 when they
utrm welcome.' Repairs all person' having saw two mm pushing a ear on
Daughters and Nobles' attending experience in radio-TV i! FOR SALE Elizabeth Are As they approached -
were' : Daughter Johnnie Mae the men ,"-d. In the Sack of
It!1t. Alice Cash. Bertha Carroll. I THREE BEDROOM HOUSE. the car was a safe weighing from
Marie Whrte. Mary Tucker. B. FOR RENT enclosed 800 to 1.000 pntmdk. stolen fr wn
Florida
Lnui balM room the offices vf Sir Robert MeAI-
** Rolle, Bessie Bet!une.
t>t. R/Mfeud. Catherine Cooke. ,anreFiftt&t neighborhoodPrice pin and Son Ltd The (Mrnt,.
VICELY FURNISHED three bed $14.500 down payment M
H Bentley. cf the safe wrrrThe untoueher4.
Jackson EllenTavVr.
room house Quiet surroundings $3.000 PL 44002. Owner. E
Mary! Dean. Matttc WiI-
In Opa Locka (Bunch Park boy ff Thom Dean 41aas
c n Dt Cox. Noblf Melvin RJackcvm. .
Erefcte" ) Wallace Albert area). Desirous of clean nice, o.' -ltALF Ownership in Luncheonette found floating in the NaiMau
Cox Samuel Sweeting. Poten- quiet family. For infonnatioo ; newly equipped; must hangar on May 21 A sat mortem'
tae. C.rey P Bentley. Past Pot call NA 1-6634 Ap 21 sell right away. ; price $475 10J8 I at Prince Margaret HMarit. *'
-
ntate: Aktwo Byrd. Andrew GROOM NW 3rd ave See' AI after 6 pm revealed"" I that .... ckl frt-
U4terts. Ezekiel Bradv. John APARTMENTOur I a drowning A native of Ha-rlMW
S-AT-eCnc J Rent is The Lowest ARGE 2-fcedrorn apartment Island, he fe rarvivnd bv ht w4fe,
H.
nd' a few others Burney. Major' We have the 'nicest apartments' Good location Back and front two daughters, three. sitter and
4110 NW J2nd Ave. i doors (no children, p4ea e> Caii;I two brothers.
\ ain I My thanks. 4-40tg. J24 after 4 pm. NE 4- 105 or FH'
Mrs Ethel Johnton. 111. Com.
APARTMENT Adults and 3-3805 Kent Reid and Fred rieniakeley .
quiet residential Near bus ro St John' Colk. ... .tu-
Bertha Jackson Has sonable rent Inquire at 5939 NW W. have some choice I and 2 dent won special priye' ifi the
30th are. Jll bedroom" apts. 2945 NW 4ftth atDu Woody Strode, famed Negro athlete 1959 EMy Competition nf tIM
Exciting VoiceThere 24 pawcs door. FR '-3576 play a pivotal I role l In Mft.r. Royal Commc o\.U' r.t'Wty; '
LARGE EFFICIENCY for two. ,..."t Rutlttfg.** John f.r4'w .
is an exciting big voice CaenrM windows., 3 aides colored FURNISHED APT Rea*>nable pn tful' production far Warn .
last Sunday afternoon at NorthmTrtern other roomers'PL '.0)4 t. 1044 4.63S8n Sub area. I stance Tov.rt and Bllllo Burke FOR SALE
High School 1 audttertymTVfi NW 04 th St $20 week star in the TKhnkol.r l film coming .
if" "r the aumtee* of the MtTabor EFFICIENCY Private entrance.' June I to the Capitol and BRAND NEW

Baptist Church. The per- ROOM with conveniences for 811 NW 66th st OX 8-4273 Bunch Th.atru.Primate 3BEDROOMFlorida
n with this voice is Bertha two. twin beds, private entrance
Sharpe Jaekson. Call FR 1-4K2 ni htj and Sundays FURNISHED ROOMS 2161 NW Wilkie RoomHardwood
Mrs Jackarn's powerful and so* S&th st NE 4-5035
norou vow filled the large hall Enthroned Floors

wrh wutf r:relv heard' in tin FURNISHED APT 1 bedroom. MODERN CONVENIENCE with Hu tmlnf'fr.UMe Moat Rev

area Her rrnfram ws., richly Large living dinette All modern. phone tn mom 1529 NW 67th st H Francis Wilkie. DD DCX*. Garage
varied from Pwirell through Verdi Nice, large Yard Adults. 729 NW Phone 1-1877 won oflwjollv< enmmned as Archhtaevip 78x103 Corner
to temporary American SMi Terr' MU 1-0325 and Metropolitan Primate .
inure and immortal spirituals FURNISHED APT 1-brdronm of the American CathoUe Church 1094 N.W. 61t St.
Khe ..ve +individual care to each n' tti'ici1, Efficiency None Private Acme 1210 NW 77th Sunday morning at St Peter'sCatheHrai.
err', "f anne br* tiinc pnHrv InShumapn's better Al utilitim Near bus.t Trrr Phone PL 7-7233 after 530 1811 NW 4th court Corner 11 th Ave.
are' semis and traced I .1M tJlJ r: 4W VW 32nd ave pm The -nthrrnement was under thenufxYvuiofl
inn Her mwratie ariM .
of the Sacred
Q wHh the dkmttv and stw-I .tiirv <>t the American Catholic CapperConstruction
mr r.t. nmfev'of. **! in New

Y Mr-vMr .r.r.........elir..... aeennwpsn4st 1r.1I was I A.G. Food Store27th ChurThbanqtH"f e A wa heM in honor Monday of the after-ocis.i.n ONLY $3,000 DOWN Corp.

Sylvia Rotte who wa a r ...n at the Mar nc Temple.
.''lIIitiw! musleal l .'om**fMnn SVdimwit 1742 NW 3rd ave Open Sunday 4-6 p.m.
t'tnfllCt the program 't\4thGremfMd. Ire e crowds a'tervi both af

kern Ruth U$4.rabn+ng.. t"iaR61't nxtkeMerv Ave. at 54th St. Open 24 hours day fare

and p4ayed rnuokf PRICES GOOD THRU SUN.. JUNE 5
Cl. nte

M-nt 'e n*w a Irs *"'v I'
.. nn. bn+ftr a me nkrttt spot fwon GRADE A SHIPPED ICE PAKFRYERS Bedroom
hmt.c n........na tour There
t"f' atre+dr well, eetabH.hed "0PM -
,...i prnMehonr nernxati.uts Ik,, 29C

". ro w4 the outstanding v.ce
* <*h M Mrs Jckoe'* must h* ROLL
SWIFT BROOKFIELD PORK 1 LB. House
CBS
"
'rrt with the beat of them In
'-"c eo'tttrNMkr If B.rth. Jack
",n, cart take time to further her SAUSAGE 29C
,411,1 tie .....4tl he reom at hc

tn -fNo.. her who anywhere.rh missed .this extras i BAKERITE 3 LB. CAN LOW BANK RATES

'-d 1aI'IftUiII6rel event wi!i' t ivit
-* n.wr4tmfty to hear Mrs t SHORTENING 49C TWO BATH

Jaek.nn'. CcrrmiafiH i Perfnrmanrrm.4h ,
artiata nt tHr Fine Art FLORIDA ROOM
Con* 'rv torv hi ib gala an vi3'; MANOR HOUSE HALF GALLON
concert at Northwestern d": -
"*v FrtHav. Jun J4 at 8:30: p f1'\' ICE CREAM 39C .BUIL T.IN OVEN
Tlckete are S 1 Mwk*t w a *t

rboUrhh and in.tt"umfi'fl' funds and other features can have today
These you
.
aM may be JMIn-hawod (1" **> { FRESH FLORIDA GRADE A SMALL many
YMCA Miami Time Mt Tabor
Church Econnvnv Thus Stnr or, I EGGS 3 doz $1.00 SEE THIS HOUSE
h. n'ltIftnr! FR 4-703 and MO
$. 7420 N.W. 14th AvenueWe

PILLBURY'S OR BALLARDS 3 FOR
Advertisinsr Pavs! have a few Iota available to build

Tr-e other day a cutmnerto BISCUITS 19C
Will Open Sunday
..
id'
to air office& and *
""You set r.Mit. In the ),1 tam, '
'TfmH That IHtle ad I put ?nhr CRISBY CELLO 3 PKGS. W. can arrange FMA financing to clog In your garag or add

"r'<. h* JO cIa two hours after CARROTS 25c
the Time" wsn on the ireet ..n4twn a room Mt us. Free Cstlmatca Available.'

w .**,. rot on thfo f\rpf .11." POTATOES 49cWe Jackson t Jflchejf Coiisfrtfcfion Co.
"ftnlttwor adv'eT1.er told w:
"I advertised tor aHr! It I, 43523I
sod t'tftt JIP't' 58 oat Ik. T did n"t get Reserve The Ri'jM t. Limit Quantity 1280 N.W. 68th Terrace Phone PL

<"'ne pmts were' coiling two t I
' cdrj later



TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Presents Scholarship Carver YMCA NewsThe LEGAL NOTICE
I NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
SATURDAY JUNE 4, 1960 *L General Program Com- NAME LAW
_
PAGE 14 l. .",1-" .4f" of the G. W. Carver YMCA
: ;<: : mittee the
,, have annual Recognition Notice Is hereby given that
: : will its undersigned, desiring to engagein
Program at the YMCA auditorium -
business under the fictitious
Sunday June 12 at 4 pjn.
on
Governor Sues Oscars will be given to individual name of Economy Gardening
Alabama YMCA members who havepdl'"forrnt"d and Lawn Service 1740 NW
outstanding: services 67th SU Miami Fla., Intend to
to the branch during the current register the said name with the
Clerk of Circuit Court of Dade
Martin Luther King year. County, Fla.Shadrich.
The general public Is cordially Lewis Jr., owner
invited to attend. May 14, 21, 28. June 4

MONTGOMERY. Ala Gov. ----I
The of the
summer program
John Pant non filed a million- Tampa Parents branch will commence as of MMWSMMMNMUFFSUFFERERS
in state court\
ctollar! libel 1 suit June 13. The Program consists of
here Monday aaplast The leaders New-I Urged to Seek two types of Camp-Day and Residence :
Yerk Time and five Negro
inehidir the Rev. Martin' Transfers For Camp. Day Camp will operate w tars rvi sat runts" wro.M.t
on five two-week periods. vavraacutu&ia ou.es.cbi near
Luther King Jr. Residence Camp mill be conducted K seal eafarsaa, ..............,.,.i iIo.a
ChildrenTAMPA taa.eeroa, sums a vas tcAUIe
lie charged The Times: and the for a one-week period at the ..nee.xo. sea ve.a seem r.oesatisr.etnM.
five Negroes with "fake and defamatory The local NAACP beautiful YMCA\. camp at Lake .es a...a.assert seawtsr..hY .

matter" in an adver- this week urged Negro parents Placid.All interested parents may contact '
tit oront lieiting funds far the ( .
defense of Kin in his recent' to "acek to have year child admitted the YMCA by visiting 5770 { :
to the school of your NW 15th ave. or call OX 6-0231, drr+r r. ear
trial.
perjury choice nearest your resent home ..-w Vew..
'Ibe Neirro minister was acquitted address." -

Saturday of .
--
Msifyinft hfe state Incomegetax' The NAACP "Open Letter toT V I I
returns.Pttefnn's. -mpa', Negro Paresrts' which\ w er :
wit names The contained the appeal, followed -
Times Kin, the Rev. J. E. close behind an announcement\
Lmrery of Mobile-, the Rev. F. L. by Crockett Farrell local superintendent Dr I! Svetn. founder of V Yes..MfMCi
Shtttttoworth of Dlnnin .m. I of nchoote. I the Sweet ng's Foundation Fund
I shown presenting' a $573 scholarship -
tike Rev. Ralph D. Abernathy and j I IYoa
Mr. Farrell had told local I from the fund to Willie
the Rev S. S. Sear Sr.. of Montgernery.
.mHf, that "Integration is rte: -) Rose of Dillard Nigh School, Ft at Fatima/4
Happened
er than you think. He also: Lauderdale which will be used
wrote Negro parents advfetng at the Florida A and M University fafs+*jr g 'ttn*zx t L
W. P. B. School tHem of their rights to fend children Dr Sweeting is known for
to any school for which. they t hs rehtfous and civic work. m
Board Told to are s. utb Florida.Jackson's.
mar not sgret with tb Catholic -
Act in Two Weeks eKfffble.NOTICE belief J In nursdes,

Inn Perhsps voa don't believe la

Palm WEST B.irh PALM County BEACII School-Board The The Dade County Beauticians Toddle miracles at all...and especially not

bass oven two week Mondav to Club Unit 49 attended the Oran CALENDARS in minds attributed to the prays
make a HeciMon<< en whether It Blossom State Afwocfatton. of the Blessed! Virrin.
will admit a Negro attorney's ,Onto Delegates fir the ant annual Parents Party June 11. At theGraduation Bat if God dew look with special t4

white wusel l here. convention and were Mrs Mrs.Dettye MelanceOxxlman Flther.' lehoo''. ExercisesJune favor upon Mary ..and doe won

another Te Federal step' Court in a decision four-year' was They rntxwled a most enjoyable 17-730 at Btthuna Clamaa droua things at her request...Is. clans under which Russia wouldbe

htttkM Attornev William P. convention at well as a very' sue- try School' MOO NW 43rd k not of vast importance to voa to coaYCmd.ButCaddiadoc'clt.
Holland to get his 10-year-old ceful one With all Its activities i I Terr. Admission RO cents find oat? Is it not worth the few ire earth-
oa. William Jr.. into a whiteAfter which, added much pleasure U> the Children' Picnic Juno 11, minutes required to cnmin the moama.
("convention" members *ttendlnewere OtaetiSUMMER
Virginia
1. Mrs Theada Flowers. Mrs.I I evidence: does to attest Mays kne nor to
Italian hearing and hit arguments attorney from that I i I Flowers also attentled the hairstyle SCHOOLJune I What for example, did (God prove bet influence at the throne

h Sehoo! Board has Blocked"I I how and dance Tuesday sued mesa when be said: of God. Its the little "miracles"
'
20 22.
ftreeetfare' under the State PtoilAMtatnnent I' nEit! : Mrs Julia GlUM Mrs. I II' I Fee 30.00 to for July entire course with.: Hail, fuU of grace the Lord that take place in their daily lint

Law. Federal Court I' Lucille and Moore Mrs Albrrtha Anderson out tranuperutlen. $40 with Is with the; blessed an thou when...In faith and trust..they
Mrs Ada Williams.
Jo4s r Kmett Cheats allowed Ifol- School 4:1$. .."? full of
who. is one of the instructors at transportation. day amoogst wo en. pray WJ. Mary, grace
etkm.fwd to make his case a "cists the Ceasor University of Cosmetoloty. SMS. Indf I Was she to be full of Faa only the Lord is with thce...."

Jtie Choate alas stated thatIf I I temporarily-and blessed among Catholics pray for one another
the<< Palm Beach County School Mrs Hettve' Fisher Is presidentand women" only during her life 00anhl and aik the saints in leaven to join

Board practice a policy of ex- Mrs Albertha' Anderson issecretary. It Pays to Advertise! them in prayer.: "I believe,"says the
ckdlne children from chools by This it not mao sbte in view Apostles i creed,"in the communion

rtitutkmal raee.the. J board action Is "uncon- .. ---- 'I. of Mary's unique role as the etrthly of saints.And Mary is in Catholic
I mother of the Son of God. Nor beans the greatest of the saints. So

Olympic Films atMain IARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STORE can we discard and forget Miry we ask her to intercede for us with
if we believe Holy Scripture for God Who has often performed

" LibraryThe The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome Ii there we find Msrv's, words (Lute miracles in answer to her prayec.

1:48)) "..henceforth all genera- An exciting and authentic -
19S8 and 1836 Olympicswill 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. pamphlet
be rerun at the Miami Public Phone FR 4.2376The dons shall call me blessed.Where -describing the miraculous

Jjferary on June 2 at 8 pm. Films excepting among Catholics does happenings at Fatima and a peace
en there events will be dhown in finest products at Cut Rate Prices I anyone honor Miry as did God plan from Heaven-will be sent
audit rtum No tickets are re- Alma'
Tranquil TMnr Super Himself? in a plain And nobody
Tablets .. ......... you wrapper.
The film *n the 1836 Olympic Madam Walker q."t Reducing Plan t."$ '' "But," you may insist"show me will call on you. Write toby

Is eo Mewed the most beautiful Ointment ......._..__ .!0Pounces S8S Tonle '"'. .. M8 USSwamp 1, miracle! And prove that Mary for Pamphlet No. KOU.Fzpg .
arm flNn ever made and is a Dtrgamont Root ....... .71 Ul bad anything to do with it." ....--------------

moyla aeec'don made from by black 300 and German white Hair Dressing. .?_.. .61 Father John Jft US We might, of course real I

eanwerarrn. under the direction Long.ald HairDreealng Cardul ..........._.._. 1.zt thu Christ mother appeared to r
of TAr RtfofMtc'ah'' ......._._....... 1.00 Earrings .10 to .7t pr. Bernadette at Loonies in France, t SaJiKBitan
T"f' f"m., nn he 1956 Austral- I OPEN DAILY SUNDAYS A.M. to 10 P.M. and that scientifically.authenti I '*' *-] -
Ian (Vrrr, ;-. 13 in coi!i' I aced cores hare been occurring
JOHN A McMINN Owner I .intrt C"IICIL
......- there ever since.Ore might cite I ar CMttttvs ** jsiyBUIUMS
-- -- ... .. .. .
-- -,. similar apparitions to the three I iMitiunia smts
KWIK children at Fatima. Portugal and I Mgr UMtfl B..i..St iMtt S,MiMd
MONEY
the subsequent I-nome.remdt I '1... ...4 a t... r .....,..
.
CONSOLIDATE of the sun spinning and dancingon I ........ -....... ..... r.ft.t- ....
YOUR
KC41cmr.
DILLS Old Indian its axis and then seeming to I "--

$1000 plunge toward the earth...a spectacle M.....
$15
mo witnessed by 70,000 persons.And
$2000 $25 mo. 1 could mention ac01W. -
we Marl'sprophecies '
$3000 $35 roo. Sure Luck concerning the condi t JTAT&.-

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Lovely bedroom, 2 bath 79C ( JiJA Time payment plan .vaUable--Phone PL 9-3231

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1354 N.W. 59th St. Old Indian Dream Book 69c FOR RENT-CBS

Open S-S p.m. :. JC 8-1140 (This book should be in every home) 3-BEDROOM HOUSE AND PORCH

f1 We Build No Money Ask for it at your neighborhood drug store or Unfurnished Hot water supplied. Large living room and dlninj

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Down Phone NE 4-0956 room. Vt block to school l and ahopplng.

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Daughter Elks MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Memories still linger In the I
hearts and mind of all who were Broward Deputy PreparesFor SATURDAY JUNE 4, I960 PAGE 15
present on last Wednesday as we
celebrated' Color Day BlUe and County

Yellow. I I ItineraryDear interesting and bf'lptuLwhere THANK YOU
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After our regular devotion' we there is no vision the people per-
"Let us Break Bread t Daughters: ish. Daughters do not Inject personalities
rant Together" j I would like to thank the pas
after which Jcycp Cha-m- B" A. I write I visualize what a In your election but rents of .Rand 01 pb's Klddi Inn
rather work for '
bUn'! recited "Lullaby" by Paul I Walter Bewa bt8uUful.crd! we are living 'n temple.! a constructive for their fine support and donations
Lawrence, Dunbar Mrs. L Thomp- and so many persons are kind toward our efectric appH-

'"''n recited "In De Morning" an- ......... ...... ... .. and considerate and although Inadequate The hymnologlst said lle timeis ances. We are open allsummer.
otbrr of Danbar's works.Mrs and inefficient, I was working time. In April I attended For further Information call OX
recommended' and presented the the Baptist Women' J-79as or come by 2152 NW 64th
D. C. Bethel pinned a corsage Star Light Lodge No. 542 meets st Ask for
Sarah Blocker Award on Monday State Convention and.was appointed Mrs. Bennett or Mrs.
on her fa vc rite teacher Friday night June 3, 8 o'clock at May 30 during the Commencement chairman" of Juvenile Randolph.SEE.
nne of Dufars first Mrs. the Masonic Temple on Pem services of Florida Normal Delinquency for Florida. We planto
Helena Sifontes. She then precntcd broke Road. All members are and Industrial) Memorial College. Initiate a rehabilitation pro i -
Mrs Sifontes to the fam-i I asked to be This If"M1whf'fro, funds be raised
occasion will be forgotten can -
GArara AzClarence never
,t'v Mrs Sifontes returned to the Johnson W. M., I
enable and
that will girls
by me and I feel" very boys THE WORLD'S
-eh- n i <>f years ago as she gave I retary. humble and hope that I mayprove to be belted through our scholarship
an >n pir5n* talk on "Dunbar As fund. Wont you help GREAT SPIRITUAL
of
worthy the honor.
t Knew It." I I The' C. W. H. Chamber of Commerce Among the first to greet' me was And when the meeting is calledin LEADER
will meet' Monday June 8 J. Dt Ruler Laura O'Brien Saunders Jacksonville next year, we win
Susan Rolle -
presented excerpt 9 p.m. at the Carver Lounge AND PHYCHIC READER
of Homestead Oversea be proud that We have been able
fn-m "School Days at Dunbar"bv j
Motel l '
members of the faculty 9.-M''I I si Members on SW 44th ave. and 23rd Temple and I could' not refrain! to do urmething. I am expecting'
are asked to bepresent from drearing tear every daughter to assist In this BISHOP HUNTER
amended; Dunbar. Seme of them: and time. a as she
on placed a kiN and said. "After the great cause.I .
w,"r": Mrs. M. Hence.' Mrs. D.
Be'-.el.! Bar! Fintey. Mrs. C'I' Freddie Seymour, son of Mr. cloud comes' the sunshine." TMf"I1t.i cannot clove my message to I If yu are sick er worried dent
J<> vctte and Mrs. M. Dullard.S and Mn Melvin Seymour, returned service was televised. you without speaking of Dt Ruth fall to ea ma today. Office hour
ndra McMillan told about home to West Hollywood My Itinerary will be a* always Garrett who was" called to her dally 1 p.m. ta 9 p.m. Thursday.
'D: nbr Todaty" and Ellis Dames'oxk last weekend after his second:: with the exception" of Emma V. reward last month. It can truthfully 1 pm. to S p.m. Sunday 11 a.....
:<* of "Duntm" The Future year at Tennessee State College Kelly Temple in Belglade, whose be said that she did her, to S p.Ift.
Th< was followed by many ins 1 Dt Ruler will leave for Europe Ina bent<< Wouldn't It be fine If you
iratknal ob. rrations from our Students from est' Hollywood few days and hopes to return and I would practice her fine
pr'ncipasl. N. Adnw. graduating from Northwestern by the flirt meeting' in July Lei virtues by being kind and charitable .
High School on June 13 are: us pray for Dt. Houston who will ( in .whatever we do aDd Q 11 Mt Jltt
Mane thanks to Bragg Turner James Outler Jr. Leonard Johnson broaden her vision and experience ..y1 OOOMAIIOHJ.SBM "
Mr H!-lyn Bethel I and Rtefeard Irving Seymour, Johnnie and .wilt share with those Finally my daughters aa we
Srr:*h for a very colorful May Craig. Joan Clark. Inaah park of Ut who have not been so for app.t'N'hheo closing days of amvn.
Df" that WM enjoyed by all Franfclyn Clark. Bobby Meeka. tunate. our live, let us be truthful sin .
There were" exercises, balk PhJOip Drsharior. Thomas Moore" I C'f"I't'nvinr.. tolerant and capable.Be IONlonu1 ,
rhhtns.. autfinff game.. potato Rula Currv. Stanley McKinney Many of the temple' have done I true to ourselves knowing tfa
and saek raees' relays folk Leroy McKcnxie. extremely well in increasing that someday we will hoar HU& ...
dances and stunts and tumbling. I their membership as well a* financial great well done. Y ... IPROf'
T*+-n there we a nwry>le dance, The PTA of Carver Ranches status and some have fallen Yours fraternally,
.h.eh was moat beautiful. heM election during the last 1 off both numerically. and financially. Dt District Deputy HPNTIft
i meeting' In May Officer for the lA"tH try to pull up :Marie M White
Hack from Pasadena i it our and raW the standard Try to
next school I term are" Mrs. Susie
curriculum ..!..8tant. Mrs. A. perfect' a that would be -- -- .. -
Daniels president" ; Mrs Yearby.vice program -
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Jon<' Hawkiiw. Shop broti ht back
resident' Mrs. Brown' 2nd
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much information and letter vice PROSTATE
: Mrs E. Moss! recording secretary
frnm, varfoutf grades at one of the ; 1. Culpepper. treasurer; disdiwly Thursday morning In Rectal Disease Varicose Veins
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howls .
she .
( visited It Is
a pka
, Mr. Jackson parliamentarian; Memorial HfwpHal 1. He te the son
. urn to have her" baek. Mrs. Idetta; Knowlex, correspond of Leonard "Pinkie Dot" Dark I Effective' painless' nan-surgical offlco' trotmtnta at low ee t-

Carolyn 1M... reporterCOSMETICS Inc secretary; Walter Bowe, bartender at tfe* Harlem Gar no toss time or "tea", .. Avoid' surgery and hMpltallsatlon.' Why

-.._1a YC1t y.' reporter.The dena. wear truss? Why suffer dtlay, and art w.r*.ff

Rev. E J Clark pastor of The South B >ward Progressive j > CONSULTATIONRU 9

.11w Central Bafrtfet. Church attended Club present" Its first Special medication. ,,..t.n'.. diets' far arthritis, nturltla, ulcer
the Ministers and Deacons' Unionat Annual Students'will' Return Ball *, blood .. anemia' .. .
.. i prmiur a'n" I loot vigor, chronic dl.! .
Monday June 6 '
Miami Times NewspaperCall 9 James Baptist Church. Mi .t. at the It I
amt. lat weekend H*! was accnmMtnied Royal, RhamM Club in Haltanctale I of men and wamtn.

by Mr Clark who tspresident Music will lv furnu4ieH bv : DR. LONG'S CLINIC 0 REDUCING,
YUkon
3.5681 of rV woman's department C Maker Quintet Donation $1 UO ,I'
w 1 n-.. of the union advance Tfekcta on sale now at I 21 '.W. 11th Ava, FR I-174S o A General Hulth StrvK.'
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Opa Locka, Custom Built Beauties!!!
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friends of Jackson's Toddle Inn
High will long remember May 13 when 3-bedroom CBS Homes as Pictured Above
the toddlers celebrated their May

Val and Sal TwSHght:
Queen of the May, Little Re- 995
-..... ,;r-- __ .. lina Davis was, simply 1 lovely in ONLY DOWNMany
her n .ral gown of pink. She is
the daughter' of Mr. and Mrs.
Eston Davis. now being built on special order. You pick your lot now. Your

The King Ronald Blocker, was choice of colon. Put up 'd poait. Pay as house being built. With car
most charming. lie U the acct of
Mrs Ethel Marie Dlocer. port, oven and range, rear screened Florida porch, utility room. No

daughter Princess of Cheryl Mr. and Edward Mrs. ,Clarence the closing costs. One mortgage to pay. See models on N.W. 153rd St. and

aqua attire.Edwards was beautiful in N.W. 17th Ave. Also N.W. 154th St. and N.W. 17th Avenue, Why pay

The Prince Frank GoodmanJr rent? Cheaper to own your home!11!
son of Mr and Mrs. Frank ,
Goodman exhibited real I princely 1
p charm. Brand new bedroom CBS hornet. ONLY $795 DOWN
Myrna Faye Ctlxland. 19S9 Liberty City. Close to schools. See
May Quern daughter of Mr and 1820 1830 N.W. 70th St. Shower Now finished. 2 brand new 3-bedroom

1 y cecsion Mra. James and Copeland on the,throne led the gave pro- doors, Venetian blinds, separate utility CBS homes. Only one mortgage of
her crown to the New Queen room. $88 month. Opa Locka. See 1730 NW
$995 DOWN 154th St. 1961 N.W. 153rd St.
Mrs. Dora Wright president
rJ the Parent's Club had the hon. I' ., .... II "" .., ... II
I or of crowning the new King and
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Queen. She also presented ONLY $495 DOWN
The lead. .
student acbol.ar.
OK in awards
...Mp at Northwestern Senior I ONLY $395 DOWN
Hlsjti School were announced this The student made merry in One mortgage of $88 monthly. 2-
weak.I4wetts. their colorful costume' Dancing One mortgage of $60 Month bedroom painted new in and outside.
to the theme of Dulls of Many I See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave. See 3146 NW 60th St.
Mango. 1210. head
Lands The activities ended with I .
tIM claw of 1960 at valedictorian.Tfcrcuchout the perfect plaiUng and unpbtH- I .... n r 'T
neatly Liberty City
tiff high school ca. ink of the May pole. Furnished -
wr she has maintained an avenge ONLY $395 DOWN 4-bedroom Liberty City
of 4.tH. Loretta U an active
member of the Honor Society and Very clean home. For single person ONLY $495 DOWN
Girl AdvUer commencement for superiorw0b01.uihip. or couple. Large lot. See 1941 N.W.
Maaie Williams
They arc:
Loretta plans to attend either 373; Jo Ann SmIth. 3.64; 58th St. One mortgage payable $75 month.
Diilard or Talladega in the fall Neal, Wooten 3.61; Mamie Etsix, Priced) low See us to show. Close to
ad pretently she U debating betweea 3.58 and Iva Williams. 357 ONLY $495 DOWN schools, shopping.THIS .
becoming a Certified Pub-
Hc AeeeuBtant or a MaUuinaticsln4met For this 2-bedroom home. Close to 1 r
.r. but 'wfekh ever she
......... sfee will be in the field CAL'S buses and shopping. Completely fur- WEEK SPECIAL!I
0 f matt whIM 1* her mat inter- nished on very large deep lot. See
<*t BAR & GRILLENOW 2321 N.W. 59th St. Brand new 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS
; home. City water, streets sidewalk,
Breads Lowe, 125. hat been
named nahttaterian of the clas.nrenda SERVING CARVER RANCH SPECIAL!! oven and range, shower doors, large
bas a 3.7fl averajre. She ONLY $295 DOWN utility room. Heater, close to 163rd
Is active in the Student Council BREAKFAST LUNCH St. Shopping Center.
wd the Honor Society of which AND DINNERAt See 4121 S.W. 22nd Street
sfce. fai parliamentarian and waj bedroom new CBS home. Priced ONLY $795 DOWNlow.
among' the debutantes of I960.Breads .
Popular Price Only $85 monthly. See 1523 N.E. 152nd St.
hopes to attend Talladga
or Ttukegee in the fall. Her- 6006 N.W. 22.d Ave.mEB. .
ambition !U to become a pedla.
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trician.& VISIT OR CALL TODAY
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Five other girls will have the
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