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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 11, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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BUTLER'S KILLERS PLEAD GUILTY; GET LIFE'j'




Willie James Holland 10. 3290 murder In the Christmas morning and place themselves at-the mercy and 2nd avenue and demanded *
I Thomas are. Coconut Grove and laying of Everett Butter plead of the court' a lesser sentence ".00 loan from Butler. When*
Johnnie Parma Jr. 717 NW 2nd ed guilty to the chars* and bathwere ,. iD is hnp<*!. The matter of the sentence he refused a scuffle and they
aye, charged with first degree sentenced' to life In prison is left to the discretion of shooting took place.U .
by Circuit Judge Marshall Wise- the court.
hart Wednesday

Holland and Patina were" rep COMMUNITY INTERESTED
IN CASE
resented by Atty. Henry Carr,
The Miami wellas
and community as
Atty Arthur F. Carisom and
most of the state were keenly a
Harry Willis. It 'was upcn the advice U.,. 1 interested in the outcome of
4 of their attorney that the
this Many expressed disappointment
case.
defendants pleaded t guilty Ant 1
over the fact that
State Atty. Irwin Block, represented
the men were not sentenced" to
the state
death

TRIAL ORIGINALLY
BUTLER KILLED
SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 11
CHRISTMAS MORNINO

f Holland and Farms were orig Dutkr. 35. was shot and killed
finally scheduled to be tried June last Christmas morning! on NW
13. The Judge, however told the ,, 9th st between 2nd ave and 1st
Miami Times that the attorneys court A single bullet pierced hIs
representing the young men contacted upper left thigh and severed' an
him on Monday and told artery
him that their clients wanted' to The shooting followed a card

plead guilty to the charge. Wise-I EVERETT BUTLERnecessary. game at the King's llott1C.. 719
hart said he scheduled a hearing NW 2nd ave about fcfcr ....
.A for this purpose for Wednesday that morning, in which Parma
at which time the men pleaded' Under the law Holland and Holland. Richard Holtnn and
guilty and he Immediately sentenced Parms could have been sentenced an unidentified ray I
both to life in prison. The to death bjt in most cases Holland and ien. aflutter I
I JAMES HOLLAND I guilty plea made the trial un-e when defendants plead guilty at the/ phi' rc r "t I\\JOHNNIE PARMS '1




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TEMPORA MUTANTUR ET NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIS

Ttte times are changed and we are cfca gtd with them
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37TH YEAR, NO. 42 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1960 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES

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American Baptists Elect Negro Woman. I



- Negro
ROCHESTER. N.Y A -
was elected Tuesday to a top-
level poet of the American Baptist .
Dies Under Father's Truck Convention far the first tame.

She is Mrs. Ruth McKinney of

Six-year-oJd) Horace Canadf. Cleveland, named second vice
2250 NW 154th st.. was cnuhed" president.IMe .
under his father's n4y dump
,*at..WW G Stanton
truck Wednesday Mistaken" fordead
Gallup of PlalnfieM, Conn, head
he was revived by mouth-
of the Gallup Lumber Co. asprestdcnl
to-nt'Mjth artificial respiration
but died! seven hours later at

Jackson Hospital. FJc'<'k..... first vice president was
The child playtdly toil-tod th the Rev Rager Krrdrickwm *C

TTHtrhanism releasing the hy ;.1 Sioux Falk, S. D.
c-controUed dump truck t i
A student, who chose
coege The bed of the vehicle tilted Mrs MeKinney Is the wife ef
jail rather than probation In the
lowly up at the front and eased HMo Rev Wade II. McKinmy.rNwtor .
Florida sit-in strike, will address .
.t Antioch nap M Church
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down en him at the rear Pinning -
Negro newspaper publishers attheir him to the ground it in Cleveland one of the largest
annual convention in Chicago crushed his right arm and should d arches in the countryEmiy
June 23, 24 and %S. j
and his I s
er soaped lung
This announcement was made U-
by William 0 Walker, presidentof W G Canady. father of the I ; 1

the National Newspaper Publishers boy and a landscaper, had I
Association. The speaker dumped' a load of sand at a
Pail) be Mtss Barbara Braxton home at E. 6th ave and 23rd it. I IIIU'ieAh e
formerly a senior at Florida A only a few minute before .,| +r r

and M University and with. his back turned .pwq,1 .

to the truck, was raking sand I I
Miss Braxtcn was arrested Feb. II'erw.i
The boy.... unable: to err t .'
20. during a student demonstra 47 #
lit his
four-year-old t
sisterscreamed
Lien in Tallahassee. Fta She was
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found guilty of "disturbing the "Daddy" Rushing
and public frantieaUy to free him, his fath
peace l
tranqwUtY"1 Ire I Jumped"' into the cab and
and sentenced to 30 ) jail fairer etq
started the- lift elevator I+:
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She was offered probation if
she would promise not to take -I thourht he was dead He M_ _
part in any further demo tstraMora. wasn't breathing" aid Canadr
She refused and serOed her Mrs. Margaret, fllutchens, a mot
sentence.' orist of 350 Palmetto Drive toU C.
Walker stated that the Negro the father to breathe into the

press was virtually interested in bny'sr niouth. .
the present trouble involving Horace gasped and lived seven yZ
.. college' students in the South. He hours. Jackson doctors said it

said that the Convention will notonly was. a miracle. Y.s' .
hear Miss Braxton. but other Canady took the children with
representatives of schools affected ,him because his wife was workIng -
and Atty_ Thurgood Marshall on a Job and he could net
of the NAACP. find a baby sitter, he said
Barbara William, senior at Hooker Washington Mrs: : T Cart DeVeaux,

and Silver Knight Award winner in Speech and Drama, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Robert

receive a four year scholarship from Florida A&M University L. Csaik, 529 NW 11th Ten, recently

12 Quit Others Expectedto l.ero'uhin Cton. director of drama and speechat received the master's degree -

I BTW presented the scholarship to Barbara in a special M elementary" education

aiwemuly program.FINDS from Columbia University A.

Leave Vanderbilt - graduate of Booker T. Washing-
ten and Hampton Institute, Mrs.

MAN IN HIS DeVeaux: is a teacher m Beats

Tuesday night Vanderbilt Vanderbilt and myself to discussa tort s. C.
t University. Nasfeville Tennessee. possible resolution of the present
,
a accepted the resignation of 12 difficulties gives me no alternative BED KILLS SAMEA
faculty members in a disputeover but to accept their: resignations. ;
with a ten knife and a screwdriver -
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the expulsion of a N e g r o said Dr. HanrieBranscomb
he
when
chancellor of the SJ-year-oId construction d.1acoYete4lIa'DH {
student
The refusal end the resigning school. worker. was charged with John Rivers ------1 with his eammoo- .
members of 1II4t divinity school Dean J. Robert :N.!aon end first degree murder this week in 1 I be subbed wife ia their home at 18677bh NVII
another I I of 1259 NW 68th st Sunday I : st
faculty: to meat vrtth Harold (coetinud oa pad 4) the stabbing of man.



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA F Brook is president of the
club.

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1960
Former Miamians Mr. and Mrs.
4;": J- : ..t""A -, Benjamin Jenkins are having a
: bus-man's holiday. Mrs. Jenkins

THIS and ) (Austrlalia) was an elected delegate
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to the Rotary Convention
which met on the Beach last
week, She represented the Boston
chapter Ben is a member of
THAT -Bcston's Finest" and has been a

member of the force for more IdAm4if\
than 12 years. They
By RUTH N. POLITE in i their stay in ord Ireproto"I
their niece Dorothy
V "i.VJJJ..7W"" "" .N"4" V.v .: J kins, graduate from BTW. Benis 4

HAVE YOU Any Feathers to terr The Blotches are the parents the brother of the We debonair
Tick Up It is an old story butit of three' other children: Cubell man-ebMnt-toan, Melvin }
has as much meaning today as who has chosen the Armed Jenkins. .I '
it had when it was first told. Forces as a career: Mrs. Barbara

Remorsefully the peasant WOman I Rollins, teacher at North Dade EGELOC CLUB HOSTED. Mrs. I !
('Onff'Heodhat she had said I Mrs Clori-a McPhee, teacher at Lcnnie Mincey (Evelyn) sparedno
many unkind things, many untrue -, Rainbow Park Elementary.MRS. pains last Friday evening .n I
things about her neighbors. preparing' the gourmet" dishes of .: I Iw
Saint Ncrl was hearing her ccn- ALICE HARRELL RETIRES food for which' she is noted. The
foaslon. "What you must do." Lcng after Mrs. Harrell) evening was loaded with festivity a _
aid Saint Phillip Neri, is to go to has gone home to enjoy the dally It will be one mat is long
the market place Buy there a comforts of her home, she will be remembered in the history of the '
chicken newly killed and walk remembered as the kind congenial club Presiding at the evaluation '
long the road plucking the member ct the cafeteria staff meeting of the year was Mrs. / : .
feathers as you go. When the I of the J. R. E. Lee Elementary Pauline Smith president. Members "" I
chicken is plucked return and. School. The program given by present were Line Wllhel-
pick up all the feathers you have: the community and school on men la Jennings, Mrs. Verneka The WO-fl King and Queen
plucked." Tuesday evening' reflected the Silva, Mrs. Azelina Pinkney. Mrs.
"Dut that is impossible! cried high esteem held for her. 6 h I. K. Johnson Mrs. Mary Edwards Clinton Williams, eon of Mr*,
the woman. was showered with praise and and ye 'ole bird. Martha Williams and Nadine

"I know" said the priest, "andIt appreciation, gifts and gestures' of Wright daughter of Mr. and Mrs

is so with words. After you genuine love. Principal blacker ) MRS GRACE SUMNER, who Norman Wright of the D.bblnPlayland
paid the final touching tribute to
have once sicken them they a has been and Kindergarten
rea studying at the Sunlight Nursery
scattered far and ,.wide and you distinguished lady whose place
School of Beauty Culture, is returning -
at
request
will be difficult to fill. your presence
back.
them
ran never never get 1o New York by way of
I the annual commencement program
PRINCIPAL JOSEPHINE D. A COMMAND PERFORMANCE St Petersburg and Tampa. She On June 10 at S p.m. at
leaves
"KfACKEY and Public Relations. Saturday. June 11 at 4 o'clock in! Saturday. ftaltera Chapel AME Church en
We hear so much about PubHc the afternoon at "Seven oaks" the corner of 48th street and 27th
Relations how expedient it 7S2 NW 7th It Road, Miami <. WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES: avenue.
Is in Education the biggest of all. the date, time and place where June 8. Mr. and Mrs Oscar Edwards
businesses. The day has pasted this musical event will take place. Sr; June 10, Mr. and Mrs. Here's oping for you and yourea
Jt is the home of Mr. and most enjoyable summer.
Mrs.
when schools carried on their James Johnson Jr. and Mr. and
work with an insular detachment Arnold Greenfield (Ruth.) Mrs. Mrs. Ruben Mitch 1; June 1%.
from the life of the community Greenfield k truly the "patronsaint" )Ofr. and Mrs. Willis Murray. Y To Present Oscars Straightenyour
J R E. Lee Elementary School, of our gifted children in I
d pertinent example of this way music and art. On Sunday June 12 at four,
of life 'J"hhhoot mobilized activities Featured on the program will BIRTHDAY GREETINGS: June o'clock in the afternoon, the Carver I: hairat
of churches clubs, homes' be kcal virtusos executing the 8, Mrs Ollie Readers" Oscar Branch Young Men's Christian
businesses and other agencies interested artistry "which they have developed J Edwards Sr.. Mrs Ruth Association will present
In social well beings!'i from long hours of study &11a<"knell; June 0, Mrs. Evelyn Oscars. HOME In
This school united these comrnunlty practice and patience under the Davis. ; June 10 Mrs. PaulineIfl one
resources" for the constructive gu kiance' of this remarkable )". Joe N. Wooten Mrs. Haro- This program will be held in easy application!
development of every kindly lady who has given so tan Storr; June U, Mrs. Tessle! the BreezoA-ey the "Y" and I
one. Because the resuMs of which much of her time and energy for White; June 12, Ira Blossom. will give recognition to person Now you can have ...,.-16-
have been so keenly felt in the their development Pouring tea who have made outstanding contribution 1 manage,easy-to-etyle straight ,
community" the city council of And coffee during the afternoon I in various departments,I hair that won't go back even
South Miami honored Principal) twiB be prominent patrons who Thought for The W H"kIt you of the Y. in hottest humid weather.
have- also want to know how ..tra"t'lets I foliow' directions
Marker on Tuesday evening during helped many pupils a Easyto. ,
their meeting Following is whom talents would have remained your measure, how he can The public is invited to attend 1 money-back. guarantee la
dormant tell who you and what this program alt will outUne packets.CLNTLIR .
the inscription on the.,* citation had they' not are. you every
;
given her "Presented' to Mrs sponsored them. Please, pretty I are; you have only! to mind yo-jr fully the activities of the YMCA..
D. please attend! manners and watch your speech a member agency of the United! etroegt M...... essd
Josephine Macfccy by the CityOctmcil
of South Miami Florida I I As your nech .is, so are you, for Fund. tHUmCt longtr,f wr JUir.RSGULAR .

In recognition" of understanding! POIXSETTXA BRIDGE CLUB K !is by the spoken word that we I ,,,../U fr mt*'.
service and leadership while HONORS MRS. BLANCHE how the degree of our culture, a Wtrr,-.r Mir.Ira .
principal of J R. E. Lee Elementary SMITH. On the pretext of bar or betray" the depth of our Ignorance OPENING SPECIAL! I
School. Signed Paul V Te- fag an Important call meeting at -Vizetcllyy TWO OUKCC UK $121AT
vii Mayor of South Miami. Mrs. Gussie Dobbs home Mrs. I I Easy Method Schoolof sal ewhdm
Blanche Smith came to a retirement "' 'L II 11...... ews isle tit

Many detailed heart rendering party planned Charm .......
expreeskwi of appreciation tor her During the ADDED INCOME I ..... U
prefaced. the presentation. After evening Mrs. Llrmie course Tannin of proceeded the. I NO MONEY DOWN Specialising' 'in Weight Reduction 11.11
which picture' made of hand
were er to give the reason tor the BUILD ON YOUR LOT Muscle Toning and Modeling
the friends who were thereto
meeting and In glowing terms NOW 1540 N.W. 62nd St.
ALL
witness this first in the history praised the honoree for
d South Miami It was indeed Homer In Dade COSMETICCOUNTOrS
call OX
ous contributions" made 1-4505 w,
to the Call Mrs.
stimulating and well earned Evelyn Tynea w
tribute. a club through the yon It was Broward County : '+nrrav

my pleasant duty, !in behalf of WA 2.9411 OX M766 NA 14)470J18
the club to present the
LOCAL FAMU ALUMNUSHONORED. gift and a book of retirement Write Percy Hepburn ,
Principal Charles D. congratulatory messages retirement assembl ARCHITECT AHDBUILDER I Advertise! It Pays!
of North Dade
Wyche wvawarded by Mrs. Hazel Sanders
the silver medal of dis! Pres-
It'd were Poinsettlas Maude E1MBawl. 871 NW 7th Street
tinction at the recent -i
cane act- c.rrtba Victoria Webb, Hallandale Fla.
exercises. He.
Ynent
highly
for the of was i Evelyn William. Naomi Grant (fermerly tf Nassau, Bah.)
praised type leadership
and
Maude
Chandler Central
he represents in Florida. Mrs. Alma "' lU Life Insurance Co.

SUMMER SCIENCE INSTI-I I IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
'IVI'I S. Seven gifted science students
from Northwestern have SCHOOL TEACHERS, COLLEGE CONSIDERATION THEIR

been Invited to attend science

institutes.Venda-Rei Harris. Sandra| STUDENTS, HOUSEWIVESBecome New Family Group PlanFather

Sands and Rose Stewart left
June 4 for Knoxville College. On an Avon representative during the summer. Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

the fame day. Reginald Valentine Work in Newborns Automatically Insured at Birth
went to Morris Brown Col or near your neighborhood. We train. Top AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
lege. Herman Williams left June
8 for A and T College. Langston commissions. For interview in your home, call FR Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
!McKinney will report to Howard 16407.
University June 20, Jll From
The programs are geared togive
students an understanding of $2,000.00 fo
how scientists work and what $50,000.00The
they do as a technique of stimulating
ambitions toward careers in Company Also Offers Other Attractive And

science. Students will be exposedto Modern Policies to Fit Your
the nature and philosophy of STAR MEAT MARKET Individual Needs
science through lectures, panel
discussions and symposiumsrrt .
ere will be library research

sessions.reports, field trips, and laboratory 1520 N.W. 62nd Street Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office

1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
LEO V. BLATCH RECEIVES:

LAW DEGREE. On Friday June THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE OFFICES ON
10 at Howard University Leo was FLORIDA'S EAST COAST

graduated' second highest honor MIAMI
student in his class This brilliant 176 WEST PALM BEACH
N.W.
MJamian distinguished himself as 14th St. 602 N. Rosemary Are.

editor of the law Journal and FT.
on travelling Assignments for Fresh Meat-Low Prices LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
the department 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighths*.
He is the son of Mr and Mrs.
Arthur Butch, 1369 NW 88th




THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


A SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1960 PAGE 3
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Wheatley Club News t''as pieces' of art from the Golden
I Ace Club of James E. Scott As

The Phyllis Wheatley Art and I sociation. We are hoping for
Social Club met at the home of many ribbons from the state.
Mrs. Stable I. Daniels. May 23, After tie convention" the members
for their gala picnic on
business and recreation. The plan :
July 7 at Virginia t"a"<'h.
election of delegates to the StateAssociation
of Colored Women's The next meeting will be June
27 the home of Mrs. Gertrude
at
Clubs. June 11-14 at St Peters.
Edwards at 1933 NW 6th ave. All
tantamount. Mrs. Pearl
burg was
Wise and Mrs. Marie Price are members are urged to be presentfor
MikI Ulast meeting of the summer.
: meeting.to raanvom the dub sat that .

Many other members, ,including
Mesdame McFaddon Everhart Graduation at 'Y'

Clements Harvey Added 7,
Simms. Taylor and McNeal will Juanita's Kindergarten graduation
attend. Mrs. McNeal is chairmanof exercises will be held at

: 4. -. :,,, arts and crafts and will car the YMCA June 15. t pm, 6770
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." ry work from this club as well NW 15th ave

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The TB Committee: held Its last Those ,
meeting of the fiscal year at the .
office) "' Atlanta: Life Insurance "
Recount Confirms Reevesas Co Mrs Eugenia Thomas, chairman who ..'..
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I officiated This brings to a
ciie a year cf activity and support .. .
to the Dade County Tuber live, in :' ;
Demo Nat'l CommitteeWASHINGTON t"U.o*..* Afttociatum. Mrs. Lillian
i Maz"n. chairman: of patients service I
rent greeting to the hosp I
(ANP -- ..talired patient at Lantana. styledemand) .. J
One month after the District of along with gifts and plant

Columbia primary. Atty. Frank I IKE SIGNS BILL The moral support of the com
D. Reeves wa officially announced I AUHORIZINGMEMORIAL rmmHy" alone with miracle drugs
a* winner of the office of and treatment br the medical<< i iI
iXTnocralx national ccmm4r.eeman. TO siaff *t eed' the recovery of many ; :
I II patiente. TtKo't>1'1 active TB (4 'i
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The' announcement mas made I MME. BETHUNE I commiMeo with. Hs dynamic .
I
I chairman are planning a community
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by the District Board of Bee- I I fur the 1960-81
dens last week" after the coom. WASiriNOTON. D C. The I I grogram
pJctkm; of the 1,826 challenged Nation Capita) moved a little "Nr.
vstes. closer to getting Us first N rotatue I I The group was honored with
I
last week when President' the prewncr of tt guests, Mrs.
The late count gave Reeves 386 Etoenhftwer signed' Into ,leer a Mil) i I fVr ia Parker and J. C. Full- 1.
additional vote' and hU& opponent amhnrfdnr the National Council, more Jr. administrator cf Christian
J. C. Turner 312 votea. This I' of !Ne< rw Women V> erect a memorial KiMpUal. save five minutes
brought Reeve total up to 9.783 honorific ,its founder ''I of Information and Inspiration. .i 1
votes, or a margin of 424 over Mar M(4AeO4 Bethune. The mertftif" chvrd' with: a delt -
Turner'a total 9.346 The President's action on the htfwl. refrr.ihment" served by
Join! R.sotutiensve new hntwh9 j the chairmaniMination.! .
Unofficial results obtained earlier to the Council's plan to hon i
had indicated' Reeves as winner or their founder with a Freedom f I --
but the margin wa so dose memorial 1 and a Center for the I I Her contribution was
that he refuted to accept victoryuntil archive* and aethrrtie* of NtIII'M! eventually matched' by other Negnt .
the last of the cnalienged w nen I' .*. mo.t Civil War sotdwra,
votes inrre oouatrd.' In rerent mmth. many national I', until S17.000 had been collected.
Aetrei have been w...rkin* f.r theFexemn I Fund to built the Bethune Me-
Reeves has thus become the'passing, fIIf the hfn t mor.al will be raised in easenttal-
first Negro national committee !'I amerce them hat Men Congrew- !v the tame manner The moment .
man for tine Dt The frty has one Negro nation. '! 0+hint.' Who' de. rrfbcd the Co sn- I ma* fund raising appeal almi .
al committeewoman." Mrs Ve 11! 1 1Phillips ei!I'. plans a* "a moment of jrretffnneanee .. primarily at women and rtti GORDONS GIN j
of Milwaukee.. Wis j .$ : 'In the hitter of i acne of all race They will be
mankin procrrfm Mard. tnrtat. asked to send to the Council
The newly elected committeeman Ju-tw" The CouncH! I* e*mirri I t.tr! contributions '
nationally known' in f'd of 35 natinnal" ? nrg.eitatlensaril I :i"tl
tioal circles. He ,U a young peri-I' 36 kcal nwnHl. V jvm tv a tasta. for r.r.'t r
terney who has ct."I The memorial tpeoNrt wa. I GRAND NEW faar ...... aJNnqrt ask for
interest. in all people started in MIl DonMhy. I IfeithtCnuncil I I Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath pria ti.a e1kLoodoo Dry OiA. IRJid

Reeves to a native of Canada I "' ......'.... annourvcvdftUm i and garage, oak floors, til. lo aosoodb tad .,... I =.t:'
eT1lnT for the memorial VIw >I
tNt eame to Washington at a very roof built-in electric kitchen oafl cat awr... .
as1: unvHlrrt ,in 1MM to ewineMe cat,inch .., ) -
early age and was naturaliccd
with the IMHh anniverary' ef ITRAlOimGORDONS >
an American citicen He gradu- Hero freewinm 1354 N.W. 59th St. caaJa111) .
ted from the Howard university
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The Council plan to erect the Open S-I JC 8.1140 J
law school. and later served as an p.m. .
instructor there. nrtenwlal hi IJnenln Park wherea """" .. o Ilk (
We Build No
,statue He served as administrative The s xrtfklocation. ? will)
.......nt to the )late Walter White Se dfcMel eonperattvelr with th.SMiOMt Down t*Ili ttiit tt a IM1 tint M..,..... ue t-I C ,;1. tacts &4
bf the NAACP for two. years before ] Capital. PlanniM CornmlMtiAn. .
moving into private practice the Fine An Cnmmi-1 I We have Iota to build In
'. n and the National J Capital Liberty City area

:J--kc Authority 135 x 195 Corner
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'flcanT'T the
ron rerTYn.Cthe -
for the Lincoln' statue Cash paid (or Iota or homes GRANDOPENING
rc Charlotte Soot a former
art: Sf-e tve her f"-st five dHrzr SEYMOUR BARON
> e-'HKd !n freedom to 'hurdn Uctnttd Builder 1 Insured
mnument I I 'x-'n ltpnn b."r'nr ('of ht! a-.

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other members of the faculty of
the divinity school rejected' an offer CBiHlONS
to compromise Other resignations
were expected from professors Holds false teeth tight Prevents
Off* a* 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami Florida-Phon* FR 1.223I 1i In other branches of the lure gems Sweetens the
Plant at 740 N.W. 15th Av."o--Pho" OX 10421 i university. breath CITes genuine comfort
-- -- Concerned ever the gravity of without odor-cauting messy
.
powder or gluey petn.A
H. C. 8ICISMUND REEVES Editor the situation Dr. Branscomb
Garth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business Manager oa'Ied 1 what 1 regarded as the otNTurt DISCOVlsrHARLEM
t first general faculty meeting in DRUG CO.
intend a. t+ 'rnnd ('lea Mutter.nruM V--I-: lU the IVM )ii.. vc-srs; and reviewed the controversy 1400 N.W. Jrd Ava
Miami
nt Miami. .FlnrM. under the art of March !t. tA18 Fla.

---- hf -- ,.,.... Dr Walter Harrelson of the
)I"", f' thr .\ftweUleilMember %rtcrn r
.... -- L'n:verrity of Chicago wa Invited
"f the XatloiuUet,.p.prr IliblUhemriiK.no A..lott "' to be dean of the divinity
-- -- $school but refused"' the invitation.
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OP TIIHpxino PRESS"
''THR NKXJIto rtlRHS!' hrllrrr Ihlt'lIM"rlra ..n he* lr*.| the world PattersonJohanssonFight
frnm! rarUI Mvl ""tonal antactnniccne when It 1M'e In etery mar
rronllr of race. color or """I. his human and IrcaJ Hcht. I latin c .1 at Capitol
Mrs. Leona CsH .':.1 she r
no man .rtne no nmn-thntro lrr* 'th. to help every ma The Patterson Johansson
In the firm twllrf that nil rwn ar* hnrt a* h'nt a' nnne |. .....Icte.c client; of the Sarah A. Blocker return match' will vs be shown on
Award Monday May 30 presented '
on
-k. - --- to her by the Trustee big screen theatre television) at 1435 N.E. 154th St.
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Dcard of Fla Normal and Memo the Capitol Theatre Monday
night June 20 All home television North Miami Beach
THE STORY IN PART rial College St. Augustine for
sets will be blacked out
merkoriou and outxlanling service -
BY DEAN CORDON B. HANCOCK FOR ANP for this fight and your only opprrtunity $395 DownBeautiful
The Award was presented at to see this fight! the
There is one glory} of the sun and another glory of the moon the commencement. exercises on verv second' it happen In the new 3 and 4 bedroom

and anther glory of the stars; for one star differeth from anotherstar Monday in the HaHneber Ov b\ I ring will be at the Cr-U01 Admission CBS homes large
in ller,.." thus readeth the 41st verse of 15th chapter of First Dr R. N. Puryar. resident of I I. $407 plus tAx. Ticketsare on ,
the relieve I I now on sale at the bcx office landscaped lota. City water,
a.rtn thJal1l.
Mrs Call i if a member of St. of the Capitol as well as the schools, transportation. We
John's iMUutional Baptist R U>. Bunche and Ace
The Great Apostle must have been in comparative mood evenas Church and serve on the Dea-: 1 I have 7 left to choose from.

he was when hewrote in the 13th verse of the 13th chapter of cone Board Women' Home Free Electrical Call ua 'for more inform
.
the same epistle thus "Now abideth faith hope charity, these three; Missionary Sc<"k-t,: member of I tion.
he American (Legion Auxiliary. .
DemonstrationThe '* i i --a
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but the greatest of these Is charity" John Griffin Toot No 165

Th, fere-going is suf retted' by the graduation season when Through her untiring efforts Home Service" Department Coconut Grove
thousands and thousands are being graduated from the school and she ha dnne' roueti to help thee of Florida Pner and Light Co
I :mmuniu and those arming will conduct free electrical. dem- Corner of William and Eliz
ratoegn and universities of this and other lands. her In all her endeavor she remains n tration at Liberty Square abeth. New bedroom CDS
the seme a qtttat and efficient auditorium 63M NW 14th ado
Like a great assembly tine our institutions are producing grad't- person always. ready. to Jane 13 at 10 ..m. with carporte, in lovely,

rates of divers description. That knowledge Is power cannot be denied" lend a helping hand where needed "' The features are the earn and quiet neighborhood.. No

lust power for what? raises many. serious questions use of your electric" refrigerator closing costs, no qualifying

He who said that the mind Is the measure of the man could MId email electrical aMiane'v Drive by and call us
and
Story of Ruth other helpful! hints for
,.ardl,. have been farther from the truth except those "who hoW thatducatlon homemaking "" = .:- -

is a measure of progress among men.' The heart and not At Ritz 4 Near 54th StreetNew

he mind U the measure of the man. The RI'r announce one of the $.2 (1 col. X 2"")) 1
rust thorins9 In the worid of bedroom, 2 bath
The great output of graduate in (Itself .to net guarantee' that he rel'"iou. picture. "The Story I Enjoy Cool Comfort CBS, built in oven and

the world is better off by reason of these graduates, who fare forth + Ruth Taken from the pages range. $995 down, balance

by thousands into a hapless! work Just u there i* one glory of the f->+I"'n.f the this nfbV! tory and depicts transferred a woman onto like rent. No closing costs.

sun and another glory of the meen and another glory of the stars .'**> rave tm her heathen Gods IN YOU* =-=-". = --

to there .is. a knowledge of the head and another knowledge of the .o follow the living God "The WAiMAUtRUPTUREEASER 4[ s CASH FOR YOUR LOT
Ronr ft Ruth" open Thursday1"me I
heart. --- -""":"
Iff fc r an unlimited engagement

The measure of the worth of education U not shown by the to M.* arf+. fefvbwl Mmta PL 7-S456 283 NW 79th St.

" knowledge relates of quality. lATHE
SWIM. ,
v_ .. .
American Catholic .. -
r- :; aDon't
There if no modern sage who can say with deftnitenesa that WORK AND LAY IN ITI

men' are better now than they were in the ox-cart days Education Primate Enthroned $4 95 lift Ot W M
SIGHT HOI OOUlU Fret Fight'
IMS added quantity to life, but just whether It has improved the St Peter American Cathedral

quality of life t' another question Jet propulsion is no proof that men ...at the rene if rrKHt Inspiring HARLEM DRUG CO.
.. 1400 N.W. 3rd Ave.. Miami. Join Th NAACP
Fla.
of today are better than the of ox-cart days w vew on H''Ie Fkn'nen-.. the asset Rev Herh -
This to in no way written to disparage education; it is written h -rt rrn"y... n n n r I.

as a caution against our amunption that quality to an accompaniment O.SB ft New. York..* City was
enthroned a Arr'th m|> M'troolita -
of quantity Unlew we have heart Improvement to go along
end TV+mtt* of the PRESTIGE APTS.
with head improvement. wr have nothing to boast of. but much to American Cathotw n trr+\ ...-
tear. 'Tdif>. h. late Primate Most
Rev Ernest I. onoid rflt f1If'n. AIR CONDITIONED GROUND FLOOR
There .to a head knowledge and there is a heart knowledge, The eHireh had been is*!ntedind

but the greater'' of these is heart knowledge Unless somewhere along doprrated for the o"ra.'nOffJr *\ Spacious 2 Bedroom and Efficiency Apta.
< the enthronement "
ii in* at -
the line graduates come a heart knowledge to match their
our upon Prices
and Solemn Pontifical' Ma* Start at $18 week
.head knowledge, the world to J ust so much nearer destruction by ..". th.. Mo t Rev F A C Dal-

reason of our large output of graduates. : vmp' n n. B'.ahrn'! nf Rrnok.<< Selected clientele-adulta

Heart knowledge and not head knowledge will determine I 'y" and Queens a*oI{..t'd b%" tH1 I
th4"F bkhrns and clergy
whether humans will survive upon this earth The sad and sombre 7730 N.W. 12th
Ameng them were"' Bishop n Avenue
fact remain, the Sword of Damocles wa never' mere" threatening 'rin*en Art+bbiehnp G Rnbin-

han the fcnprndinc doom of mankind. -(flRev Rn A rwtmf'. Rev WALTER MORTON, Mgr. PHONE PL 8-0115
O R,.M and Rev V Waterman
What doe it matter if 'At' have all the earthly knowledge .. n1 nean V A Rrrriek and the

imaginable if we are to be wiped from the earth in a warfare of Rev Fr nevei.ii* nriestn
.-har. rf m Cathedral -
atom bombs! Will head knowledge" save man from this fatal disaste e *.
Arriving a the Cathedral! hr
We do not think so Rather we behave that heart knowledge will A-oob.! ..o. vise moot by the ;: 2nd LIBORIO
save the dangerous and critical situation that confronts" the modem hisHrr! and Canonji and Herri of
world. he ArrSHocfwe and faoultie
elfvint! 'o hit Convcratirtn atMhon i
The serfoutneM' of the situation cannot be ignored or dismissed i .."d hf- PteCti.sees a> Pr- Meat Market
mate .*i* \rri hon" M*.trnno'-'
There is the dancer that certa'n! complacency will steal mankind .
upon I
.
*."
n Th* Ar h*> hfr' > Ele by reason of the stride currently being made in education of vanr<<*'*"* to the"' do rwaand demanded 5906 N.W. 7th Avenue

the head; but .it must somehow- driven home to the heart of man a<*mmance .
Oppn tr Shells" Car Wash
kind that unto our hearts arc educated' in matters of rifhteous- The ofieiant replied invitingthe Lot)
AN+hoo-elec1 i to enter "The Market With Courteous
ness "" are destined to so the way of Sodem and Gomorroh and Service"
The wore ion formed and advanced -

Jerusalem and Capernaum.It u*, the nave The Primate ROUND STEAK, lb. .. ......................... ............ 85c
elect befog accompanied"' by tV
has been. written that righteousness exalteth nation but SPARE
a bishop RIBS ENDS, Ib ..........._..... ....... \sc
sin to a reproach to any people The here for human survival upcn The sermon wa deKvered bv.

the earth to nt t a matter of education but of righteousness.So His. Kninence the Primate NECK BONES Ib ................_...11T. .....Z"15c

unless we have an education of the heart to go along with oue Following wa held tie a'service the Masoni a ban- PARK CHOPS, lb. ...................,..,._|| ............ 65c
the education of the head we are lost The staggering output of Hall) 3rd ave and 18th it

a graduates with an education' of the head to but a part of the star ----....... PORK CHOPS, lb. ...-......-.......? .,.. 65c

Then too the happiness of mankind no less than its survival it EXPERT WATCH AND BOSTON BUTT Ib ..................... ..,.......1.11 4Sc
a matter of the education of the heart It .to true we have had quantity CLOCK REPAIRS
added to life by reason of science" which accompanies"' the education PORK FEET, lb. .. ......................... ............. 15c

erf the head but be would be rash indeed to conclude that AU work guaranteed FRESH PIG KNUCKLES, lb. ...........JZ.............. 23c
human happiness has kept' pace with the advance of science. 40 Years ('ft Business

The most that can be said of science to that it had added quantity Andrews Jewelers SPARE RIBS, lb. ........ ......................... ....... SOc

to our live 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. CHICKEN, lb. .. .. ..... ... ...... ..... ... .. 29c
There are evidence to prove that human unhjcpinesj has Increased FR J-0152 ALL MEATS LOW PRICE
idth man's advance in learning and science
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1960
JUNE 11
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, I I

REGISTER TODAY
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Along Freedom's RoadBy ESCORTED TOUR

TO EUROPEJuly


_ ,,-- ....... IF"II RUTH--" ....... PERRY-...- "-------- ------------------- t 15 to August 12

The Membership Drive of the i hospitals which refused to admit 1 J'' ; j :1 16 Cities 30 Days

NAACP In Dade County will them solely l because of their race. .
come to a Close very shortly. For Other hospitals adroit Negro piUents All 'Inclusive2nd
those of you who have not joined to Jim Crow wards or impose '>, Annual' ITAS Tour

what does the NAACP meanto upon. them the heavy financial ia I e ENGLAND HOLLAND
? obligation of single rooms.
ycu
GERMANY ITALY
ONLY A NAME? Constant work by the NAACP a Y SWITZERLANDMONTE
Washington Bureau has resultedin
When you think of the NAACPdo a breakdown of segregation In e CARLO FRANCE

you think of an organiaztion the hospitals the government
lighting for )"Wt right, or Justa maintained for veterans person- Total cost $995.00Call
few letters standing for an as* nel shortages as well as pressure[
sociatkra you hear about on the by NAACP branches have opened -, ,. or Visit our Office Fr

radio and read about In the newspaper many hospitals to Negro professional f. .... ...." ,', Colorful brochure and
? men and women. How- ........ .:.-: ... -....-...-- ..- Complete Information

When ycu think of the NAACPdo ever much remains to be donen The Williams Brothers and -
health service' for
you think of K only as an organization the field of Sister Club will celebrate' "' its contact.ng Paul L Hyde, business Make Your Reservation Nowl
is true that
For it just
Negroes.
the courts Sunday, June
fighting In 18th anniversary on
manager of Bethune-Cookman Consult Mr*. Maym William
for desegregation ef the schools, as freedom is assured only whenit 12 at the Walter Temple Church
or do you feel it is your cram Is shared by everyone, no man'shealth I of God in Christ, 1781 NW 59th College European Travel Advisor
particular organization he>ping is safe u long as anyone'sis terrace.. Elder Cobbs.. Motor at 2pjn.
you gain your rights, your hopes neglected. It is a fact that no A special program will be CHARLES C. NORTH, Manager
dreams? one can deny that germs and held and the public is invited. I 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
your
viruses scorn' the color line. Shown in the picture: Johnnie TOOTH MiamI Florida
When you read in the pagers Jamcf president Nelson Williams I
about the court case won by the PROTECT YOUR CIVIL RIGHTS vice; Charles Williams Alton CHi b spa Phone FR 9-6779

NAACP do you realize those Better hospital care and health'1 Williams and Sylvia Wil1 4 see

court cases are your personal services is only one goal of the llama
gain too? NAACP. By taking out your'.
I
When you ride in the buses In membership now you can help I PRINCIPALS MEET : ORA4L
Miami and sit any place you insure the future of your I Advertise! It Pays1

wish. do you think it is an accident ren help level segregation ohUd-1 AT B'CC
a great stroke of luck or riers in all aspects of I

a miracle? and strengthen democracy m More than MO principal and
America at a time when all of as1 supervisors from the State of BARKLEY'S CUT-lATE STORE
WHAT THE NAACP MEANS need to renew our' devotion to Florida will invade Bcthime-

No it is net luck that has given the basic principles and ideals Cookman College" on June 13 for The
Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
that have made our oountr1.tro the 8th annual Leadership Work
the. rights you now enjoy,
you Your membership is !important Conference, which will extend
it is an organization dedicated to Your membership is I through the- 17m. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
bring about an end to segregaUtn -
of needed. Don't wait to be approached -| The annual conference. sponsored -
it is an organization
hundreds; ; of thousands ofAmericans drop by the NAACP by the State Department of The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
I office at 809 NW 3rd ave. today Education has Dr. D. E William
of various race, religions Alna Tranquil Thins Super
and national origins who I and join. i I as its d'ft"ctorV." E. Combs and Tablets .- 'MS Reducing Plan 2.18
Mrs. Minnie' H. Fiekk as consultant -
have beowne members in it to I Madam Walker SSS To..lc 1AS UI
will
Editor The conference'
Letter *
express their faith both in the to The i Ointment ..._ ..10Posner
open at 9 sjn. on Monday. June Swamp Root .71 141
basic
Negro democratic and in ideals our country's The devotion I Editor. The Miami Tines, 13 with a public meeting.. in) Hair Otrfl.mont Dressing ,,,.,,, .IS Father John __ ,7 141
Moore Gymnasium All *SK JlU
the members enrolled in the The Daha'i Assembly of Miami will be held In the- gym Long-aid Hair Cardul ............,. 1.1t
NAACP have given these ideals has just received the report for; I High school and elementary Dressing --.,..--? ,-_,,_ 1.00 Earring .10 to .79 pr.
has enlarged the opportunities of national I publicity from the BahalPifs
I irincipals. state and county supervisors |! OPEN DAILY 4 SUNDAY S A.M. to 10 P.M.
and made America Service and Is
Negro citizens proud to are all involved in this ,,
find JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
that
more truly democratic. our community placed conference program :
second in all publicity for the
tReservatkn can be made by
While more and more opportunities Faith !In the U. S. for the pastBana'i -
have by ------------------------------ --------------------- --- ----- -- - -
opened year year. --
guar U> ..Ncgroe*. southern Ne-
This. record' would have been
travel groes have and the had opportunities a harder road haveopened w impossible without the wonderful For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
cooperation have received
wr
up more slowly, and In from the Miami' Times. The
wale areas hardly at aU. A strong Raha'i Assembly of Miami thanks
NAACP is the answer in the
for
you your gracious acceptanceof BONDED COLLECTION
south; more and more members our releases and your xenerous -
are needed to give support to the USe of them We are sure that
unrelenting uncompromising and your aid in publicizing our
insistent struggle this Association Faith which is ardently working
has made for full constitutional for the unity of mankind will 1

rights for all citizens. help speed up the day when men
will his AGENCY Inc.
recognize oneness, and
HOSPITALS AND HEALTH 'I
begin to treat his neighbor u a
SERVICES brother rather than a bother. .
This is a work we must all
Did you know that one of the par
take of. and surely, the Miami
goals of the NAACP is to work
Times is doing Its share in this .
unceasingly I for greater health facilities
labor Thanks again t

know that fur despite everyone a?.spectacularrise Did you George Press Representative Savitt. The largest collection and rental

in Negro health and a co- Baha'i Assembly of Miami
responding decline 10 the mortality agency in the South; operating in X11
rate Negroes still are more

commonly than white, sick people and? There die faster are Jackson's Toddle Inn Dade and Broward Counties' '"

many economic and social factors CALENDARS
contributing to this condition Negro Housing areas
which the NAACP is trying to Parent Party Jun* 11. At the

improve. Low income, poor housing chool.Graduation. I
inadequate education and ExercU. ** L. L.
BROOKS President
Jim Crowract1C"l" are not conducive June 14-7:30 p.m. at BethA"1
to the best of health for Academy Auditorium ; .
Negro citizens. and 25th Ave. Admission ftOe.Children' MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Plants. Jun* IS,
Health service* available Virginia' 8MOhSUMMER 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
Negroes are below par throughout -
the country. The color bar in SCHOOL BROWARD COUNTIES

hospitals prevail in the Northin
many p I ace s as well I June 20 to July U.
Fee $3.00 for *ntlr* tour, without -:--
as in the South It is a bar ..
transsportatloH. 140 with BAN E1i '
against Negroes both as patients I D
transportation School day.-111. .
and as physicians surgeons or ..
1:11.
Indf
nursos. Negroes have been condensed I .
to die on the steps cf AGENCY, INC.

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Brands Boasts 73 Neqro Employees


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Stability is the rule at the home of National Brands, I I The oportunltles for advancement -
Inc. local distributor [ are great for the future.
for Anheu er. Busch product THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
(Budweiser and Michelob Beers and Regal Beer and I "It' .la a great opportunity to be! I

Ale. ), which lists 73 Negro employees on its payroll.An brewery working. ,"for said the Ziegler.world's largest SATURDAY JUNE 11, 1960 PAGE 7

accumulative total of time with the local company i -
Working out of the local plantare
whose warehouse and offices are at 690 X\V 13th St. 2 salesmen covering the .. .
ranges far in excess of other local distributors. I Greater Miami area of which r" __ V'1- ", lit: i"""
Whitehead Ziegler and Hlggs are .. .
'
To die an example five workers .. '
1--- ,.4 -
In the Budweiser warehouse three. ,.
I
Milton Rcbinson.: Rube Clark { ition m 1955. Identical 'positions are held' by ; .
Wilson Cook. Lonnie White and "I, recently came"under the James Gilbert In West Palm 'if/4
David Williams, have a total of retirement benefits smiled Beach and Joseph Anderson In '
Brown, "one of the many benefits Ft. Lauderdale.
more than 83 years of service j
with the company. oared here by Nations! ,
Brands. All In the Anheuser.
personneel ,
Clark and White Joined the .
The job terms Busch family ors advanced according -
National Brands family in 1911."They're security here is ,
occred here by National' to ability alone. A good
certainly a nice grouo example is William O. Porter,
of Brands has a wonderful policy ;,
people to work for, Mid .
on and who Is assistant to the. vice* ,
employment don'tlike
Clark who hope to put ,In another turnover. they president marketing .try the EI
1years of service with the ;' company's main plant ,In St.
company. "If. I hold up that Working directly under the Louis. k
long. he laughed. I tales manager Brown is responsible -
"The' advancement is fair andI for the training promotion Porter who serves on the national f
enjoy working with everyone al activity and customer relations executive staff as one of
hue" ccbtd White. of hU' driver-saletiwnen. the ranking officers In th* vast .
Dill Brown a 45-year-old Enoch Whitehead, William rration.. holds the highest position
supervisor, has worked with National 1 Ziegler and Lawrence Hlggs are of any Negro in a comparable
Brands and AnheuserBasch the' three d river..alesm for six years five years work under the proficient eye of Porter's
Upon promotion: n
in his present capacity. coordinating Brown 19&&. August A Busch. Jr., pres->
the activity of three driver- 1 "Employee relations .In this dent of Anheuser-Busch, said,
salesmen. company are the best that I have "Mr Porter's promotion was due
Brownwas: the first Negro found en any Job," reported
to has fine record, high character ----- --
supervisor In a I local beer company Whitehead who has been with and Outstanding personality. We
when he took over this po- the National Brands since "55. are proud to have him on our I Hill Brown National Brand supervisor gives! the

staff final: early morning check to three of Budweiser's driver
I
Mr Buahch's personal representative salesmen Left to right are William Zeigler. Lawrence
Ted Richardson has been
,
Hlggs, Brown and fnoch.hitchead..
." ,*.h the Busch family executives
fir than 29 _. ,
more! years serving asa -- -- -- -- -
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right hand to the top executives )",
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I In the retail sales field there t
are many Negroes working' for
country the company throughout the :


Clerks. and ..t.nooraph..rk
side by side, regardless of race, I
1 as a matter cf policy In the
sprawling St. Louis plant.

An:thc significant example
wu splayed: with the acqul-
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< .'.*> it the St Louis Cardinal
Uast4;: Club by AnheuserBiurh r
uhtch placed Mr Duch
I o> president if Ute team
Fallowing: the announcement: of
I the purchase>> the St Lasts Argus n1
h.y..t'IIIxdftt. weekly
n. <*a'Ypaparewired congratula-
one and a pertinent question:
'W ''i! the Cardinals hire players
t
bn..d on qualificaticruT":>

-Tht Cardinals will hire players .
bated en ability alone,** camea j ,. -
quick reply froM the tam
president, who proceeded to sign Joseph. Cooper, right, checks out I Lewis Kint'y. as
Tom Alton within weeks. the
first Negro to den a Cardinal the two Regal driver"' ale'men prepare for their daily

uniform. route from the Kegal Brewery.

ItA' a* just another example uffV ----- -- ,
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/ 3 the vast Anheuser-liwdt chain a Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
.nk .f *hkh u the operat1ora'of
Na'.nai Brands In Miami. -- -----

Only early; in the morning u supervisor Bill Brown : 1 ., ./ ""I'&. 0'.., \

I found at his desk in the National Brands office He's out l R71: ,p...'"..Jt. : .. ... ...'. '.'' ,, '

into th.. field every morning, as are hid driver-aaaktman. ..'. .. .'. ,..'"J


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Clark, left, and Lonnie White, workers in the Budweiser I" right) Robert Hayes, bonnie White Rube er.National .

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Men's Day at -

I Matthew-Temple MUSIC LESSONS

Matthtf Temple AME Zion
Church will holds its Men's Day as
program June 12 at II a.m. and
s.i 3 pjn Refreshments will be Spend a profitable Bummer
f served between services free. taking piano and voice lessons -
Come one, come all There will The instructor is a recent
Ir be reading speaking and singing.
Some of your favorite singing university trained muse
groups will appear at both ser- ician and teacher with experience
V It's.W in major choral
H. FuHer, representing the These lessons are
Buy Scouts in this area, will be groups.
guest speaker in the morning. reasonable, can be continued
Rev W T. Thomas will be speaker indefinitely and will be
in the afterncon. taught at your home.
Rev Daniel Pridjen. pastor.WatciTFor Interested *
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Command Performance Call NE 3-3973

: Friday, June 24th

DRAMA -

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
CLUB GETSCHARTER ,
I PACE 5 SATURDAY, JUNE II, 1960 FOR SALE

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Booker T Washing* Draws 4 LARGE BEAUTIFUL CBS HOMES
-' r r r -
Club wu granted a charter from
the National Thespians Society LIBERTY CITY AREA
June 2.., in a special assemblyprogram. JUST BROWSIN'PAUL

I Tile Roofs Wood Floors Large Lots
Mrs. Lou D. McLean sponsorof
Southwest Miami Huh School R. HENRY -----
Drive by and see
SM and State Regional Director I __
of the National Thespians' Society N.W. 75th St., between ,12th and 13th Avenues
directed the profram. Student, According to an announcementby journalism went to Marie Alfordof I I
Southwest Miami High School Dade County Superintendentof Booker T. Washington Hij Open Saturday and Sunday-Call anytime
participated on the programThey schools, the county's nearly School and to Joe N Williams of
gave the ""hIstory of Thes 7,000 teachers will receive I Northwestern light The scholarships SUPREME REALTY-FR 1.5641
plan" in seven different parts. raise of $260 beginning with the are $100 each.
next school This would
year.
The charter was presented to teacher salary The Miami Times plaque for
give the beginning a -
Leroy Washington sponsor of the cf $4,200 a year. Top salaries the beat sports story in the state
troupe, and the oath of the society for experienced teachers: with went to Eugene Gray of BTW

charter was members administered by. Mrs.to Me-the would 12 years be $7,500.or more of service Governor Leroy Collins will JUNE BRIDES!
Lean. Officers of BTW Troupe resign his position as a delegate
SI 12 are Julius Lee president; This would mean an increaseof from Florida to the National
Robert Smith rice; Carolyn Al- $2,180,000 over the present Dtvnocrauc Convention. The
ford, trrasurrf; Patricia Taylor, amount r.ld for salaries. governor has a bigger job than I Please Stop in and See The
secretary and Juanita Greene that. 1If'm be the presiding I
scribe. The West Virginia MethodistsIn chairman <4 the convention.Too .
their 115th annual convention'
PRESTIGE APTS.
Charter members are Anthony passed a resolution committingthe
Bad! The
earthquakes 'in
Sweeting. Alexander Veasy. Jan convention to ending segregation Chile
ice Maycock, Ctalvln Thompson of Its Negro members. The However certainly wrought havoc
Agnes Thompson. Vivian Glass resolution said: habilitation Chile ie working on re LARGE OR SMALL
and
Carolyn Al/ord. Madelyn Squire. The tragic tensions of race much help is
Barbara Sands, Erwin Hamilton relations must be eased through being sent It doe seem a good FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED
time to sn rid of a lot of the
Emily Sweeting Annie Ruth Williams increased Justice and Christian
Julius Lee. Samuel Brotherhood both within the government surplus foodstuffs
Price $18 Week and
Stringer. Sarah Maxwell Robert church and the nation." that is costing the taxpayers a : a up
Smith Sylvester Davis Joyce The resolution is not binding mtllkn; dollars or more a day
Cobto, Barbara Tucker Patricia I on member churches. for storage purposes Why five AIR CONDITIONED
Taylor. James Erwin Ruby. Rob. or six ships could be hired to'
inson Helen Brooks Juanita I This year's Miami Times scholarship carry the goods and it would bea I QuietBeautiful !>and Lovely
Green. for the best student in good investment providing .
what we read and hear is correct." ---.r--
And we believe it is.
W. will hold the apartment for you (no charge)

According to the new we have Till you get married
FOR RENT3Bedroom been getting. our Congressmen
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are sure free .!wders of public I .
money Some of these.
trips they
have been taking at the govern' 7730 N.W. 12th Ave.
CBS House tiMfitV expense andJat the
money is being spent for almost Walter Horton Manager PL ft-0115
1 give one the jitters.

Unfurnished. Hot water supplied. Large living room In New York Tuesday subway
riders had quite a smoke experience ,
and dining room, porch, 4i block to achool, chopping when 3,000 were trapped I
by a fire. Although more
5238 N.W. 24th Court than HO persons acre overcomeby lOOMING/ COLLIER COUNTY
smoke there were no fatali


ties.It's Attention Land
-- a # .. atttnmenciTnrnt time Our Buyers
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schools have been real busy with
examinations program, eta This
year there will be more than 600
FOR SALE students in Dade County graduating LAND IS WEALTH
from high school Congratulations
BUY NOW!


Beautiful Brand New BARBER SHOP For Your Security And Uomesteid

In Town of Ochopee on Tamiami TrailA

CBS 3 Bedroom FULLY EQUIPPED Fine Community of Nice Homes

Ready for Business Electricity Telephone Large Grocery Post Office

Home Same location 10 year And Many Other Businesses


1391 N.W. 72nd St. SEE US TODAY 2'/2 ACRES $750

630 N.W. 3rd Ave.
BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE
FR 1-4554 $20 a MonthNo
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2 BATHROOMS WITH 2 TUBS Interest Down PaymentNo

VANITIES IN EACH BATHROOM No Taxea
APT. ROOMS No Closing Costs
LARGE FRONT PORCH
Yes. you" can Me and walk wi tht land that '
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$14.50 WEEKWith ycu" buy. Seeing 4*
ENCLOSED GARAGE IUvln8.' Take jour" family out f.r A ride ,pn TamUml. Trail
and see.
Open Sunday 2 to 5:30 p.m. refrigerator, range

HARMAR Inc. and utilities George M. Keets, fteil Estate Broker

Adult Quiet On Tamiami. Trail ;at the .Dd .C.llltr b."d.tryCounty\ line

at his office. Cut this Ad out so that you vton't min this reala ,
Phones FR 9-8020-UN 5-8725 350 N.W. 7th St.
deal' ...
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Top Students I II THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1960 PACE 9

Stews Adams and Phyllis award. Last year abe was ..'
among
Johrmm have been named top the that
group
J journeyed torepresent
I students In the 1980 graduating the Allied Youth CJub. -4 .
cas of Carver High School.rm. the

-I!:' .-=-, __ 1969 Mgt lartic scoredshewas ,
offered a scholarship to Flsk
.
University She has also been offered -
7 a scholarship to Hampton LERNER'S MET.!
r institute and Tt lman College.
Bhe has received the Phi Delta : iReginald :
s Kappa $100 scholarship and also
the Delta Sigma Theta $100 2090 N.W. 75th St. PL 4-517&
scholarship Scevia is valedictor
ian. T Quantity Right. e..rv -Mtmbtr AnocUttd Grocers of Fla.


Specialist Thursday, Friday, Saturday

June 9, 10, 11


d .a. Dixie Lily Lone Grain 5 Ib. bag
"' t
1
RICE 69c
Carter the son cf
Mr. and Mrs Leroy Herring andj'
i a native of Miami has recently! I 2 Ib bucket
.. finished Morris Brown College in
CHITTERLINGS 49c
Atlanta Ga. Mr Carter received,
4 q a bachelor of arts degree< havingas
a major philosophy and religion 3 lbs
and a minor In eJology '
-- PORK CHOPS 1.00
He was active in the eolkiee .
8CCIVA ADAMS band. chorus and dean ofpledgees '
ci Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity Cello PackageWIENERS
.S *lva h the daughter of N.I.l lon I .
HU plans are to hisservice
give
L. Adams IJ. 39c
principal of Dun-
f to his
,: country: then attend -
bar Elementary and bin Naomi
graduate hoot to becomea
Adam who Is a member of Car J counselor and guidance' director "- Six King the-Hot
vet High faculty.; along with his ministerialambhions. '
: BLATZ BEER 1.35
Mimi Adams is the recipient of :1X .
many award certificates for tJ .
demic achievement, and .......aN-I PHYLLIS JOHNSON I 5 lb.
nominee for the! Silver I EARTHA KITT
Phyllis Johnson, salutatorian of SWEET .POTATOES 50c
her class., U the versatile WEDS I
Expression of Thanks!' ter of Mrs., Elizabeth
has served well during dAUcb-1 Sultry singer Rartha Kitt and,
To the members of Beauticians *chool career WiUiam McDonald, a white Los
Unit No. 42, thanks for your ThY year she has served as Angeles businessman married t Our Classified Columns Get Fait ReultaDt.DurbamNnelcoa..tocutefromct.ral
lovely and very useful gift president' of the Honor Society' i Thursday In Lot Angeles I
J have accepted this beautiful, and as its vice president last year I -
with much pleasure! First' ;. She was awarded Honorable -
IxTaiue tt ts one that I than high =- Ia
Mention tn the Silver! Knight : r--
ly prize and cherish, second bt"-.t f, A.&nH program, a history award, T z__
cause it tunes as a token of your and -Letter" for her scholastic -
appreciation of my humble efforts I record of 3.5. to mention II
since" I have had the pleasure of, few Sbla. member of the -
being your orcaniier and serving group that attended the annual
M your president I Allied' Youth convention' in
Special thanks to Mrs Haw.tensie Washington.She .
!fatrhe* n, chairman of the is the recipient of aaehelarslip
Chosen 26 for her participation to DitUrd University -
and her presentation one to Titfkrgce Institute a I
It was a beautiful and eJabo pin for the iTincipalAll c,
rate affair and that I shaH .
one
Around" girlas second' honor
always remember" student; and other award and -. 1kI U} -
Again, hanks to everyone.' plaques for outstanding achievement I
Mrs. Carrie B Pitta in DCT. ;
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c- Tt SLate CoUVg. "Caraatioo la th.'cr.am': la our Ilk* cram with A th. fat calorieP


Dr. Durham, well-known dietitian, tell why


"Carnation is the brand of my choice


I for cooking and for coffee"Dr.

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Elizabeth Durham head the home I are Carnation exclusively for cream sauce
economics department at Central State d.tabl-e like chipped beef" (lUxripo U-kiw.)

ColJ Wilberfarce, Ohio. "Carnation baa A special method of evaporation give

such delicious 'creamy goodness, my today's Carnation the consistency of crram

students see the difference right way," Dr.with V& the fat calorie This milk in Ute

Durham says "It even whips liko cream! red and white can Is the world's favorite

V- What do you And it gives such smooth results (U Un". brand of evaporated milk by far

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CLEAN..CLEAWA. I recipe: Carnation Creamed Chipped Beef I
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(M.AH 4.1vm91)
2 tablespoons butts Bend Urttsr, flour, saft. and pepper I /
WE MEAN THAT THE aano { I 2 tabUspooas float tofttfiar in sauctpan seer low Mat. I 0
TOM "." H teaspoon salt wrtd tmootJt> Graduattf add wdilvttdCirsttiea. I )
OUSPEST, BRIGHTEST ti tesspeta pepper Csatlass ntlrrtsf ttatilttuckaaad *,
COLUNS UNDER THE SUN IS IVt cups Oargt can)IIYl.Id.d> sad ssiooQv.ftar I j
CMMATKm> EYAPORATU) UILK I'I
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-- pi cups((4 cxj cut dried but IVUOUTtD
GIN T H cop tf+cea arise beef to koa ikSUt Add Male pita I .. LII
+StI W cup 6cd rns pepper t+ptppor 1 pia nta, tus and Cam. I M' .JZ s
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MT. HERMON A. M. E. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
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Rev. Samot flay, pastor Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor

Sunday School .._ ______ 930 Phyllis -Myers reporter
Morning worship ............ 11:01 Sunday School .?....?.?-,-.-...M ':45
Evening worship .........-.... 7:00 Morning Worship .......,..,-,, 11:00
Publicity Committee B. T. U. 531

Evening Worshio -.... ....... 7:00
The members are very forunate
to have our pastor and his lovely Sunday morning our pastor
to family back with us after a brief came before us with. a great message -
vacation.On wiich was The Golden
me last Sunday, Rev. Gay was Rule. The church was filed to its

in charge of services throughoutthe capacity and everyone: enjoyed
: entire day, also at North the sermon. Again Sunday night
Dade Junior-Senior High School the pastor preached a great ser

TRIUMPH CHURCH first Rev annual Gay commencement delivered the baccalaureate ves- man.Our
per.
side and shut-ins are Sis.
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA School of Wisdom _'_ 10:00 sermon using the Mary Kelly and Sis. Selena Wilson -

I Noonday Service .-.. .... 12:00 school graduates theme as the who is out of the hospitaland

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1960 YPBB ..._..__._-.... 830 subject "Forward For" God, at home now. We are praying -
8:00 and Humanity.
Evening worship" Country for both of TOU.SPIRITUAL .
-- Prince II. Mobtey, pator Incomparable is the term to use

FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST with discretion but certainly.
Sister S, Daniels reporter Rev Gay amply merits this desig BAPTISTOn

Rev. C. J. Burnejr. pastor This coming Sunday will be In nation. He Is in fact so "widely Sunday. June 12 in the afternoon -

Claudia Wilson reporter hone of our young people, which esteemed for spiritual truth that at 3:30 the pastor accompanied -

Sunday School .............. ISO: I w.1. be sponsored' by the young he has became the synonym cf by some of the members
Morning services .,........ 11:00 Y" penpie drive. There will be a teag.ven choice to express the finest in will make a missionary visit to
BTU 430 a A Sunday evening at 4 any field of life, that people of Kendall JfawoitaL

Evening services ......-...... 7:00 o'clock! at Triumph Church in Opa Mt Hcrmon enhance a reputation
Locka Everyone U invited to that is so readily revealed In Justa The following Sunday, June 19
fr
Our revival meeting' will continue come out and Join in iiith us. Let GO-mlnute visit at one of our there will be the! observance of
through June 7. You are us. help make this a grand affair regular services. Men's Day. More about this later.

welcome to come and help us for tomorrow's youth. Sunday night at 830 the Gsr- You are always welcome at our
make this a great revival church.
Lei us continue la prayer for You are also invited to attend mon ensemble will be in concertin
Board No.
our skk. our school of Wisdom, which be- behalf of Stewardess
San at 10 o'clock aDd noonday 1. We are looking forward to thcoming BETHEL BAPTIST

ML Pleasant Methodist worship at 12 o'clock. And let us dedication of our church Richmond HeightsRev.
and new organ.We .
not tenet our young people Ed-
L. R.
Ross. Paster
2170 Washington Street are expecting the well
ueaUonal Band which' began at
Opa Locks withers of our vicinity) to Join In Jean E. Scott, reporter
Sunday School ........ 930. am 630 and our glorified service at with us in the Joyful worship of Sunday School ,............ .,. ISO
8 o'clock.You .
worship 11 am I services that are exclusively Morning service _._..._.-.,..,. 11:00
Morning ..._...... ...
731 Little Church tnTO"A'n. BTU _.__.?..?..?.? 530
invited
are to the -Biggest
Evening service ceme out Evening service ......._..__...__ 7:00
and help us gtorify the name of .
We invite you to come and visit ie Lord.

our On new Sunday and, beautiful June 12, church.the Gospel Church of The Open Door Zion Hope M. Baptist

Jubilees of Fort Lauderdale WOMAN'S DAY (Congregational) Rev Paul
Father Kbert: Harrb. S.SJ, is Freeman pastor
uUl be featured In a musical pro one of two Negro priests ordained Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor .7lo N.W. tui St.: :and 17in Ave.

gram at 4 pjn. Admission free. on June 4 in the Shrine of the AT ST. MARK A. E. McNeal. reporter Sunday Sea 001 .JO

TEMPLE BAPTIST I IIky. Immaculate Conception, Washington Sunday June 13 marks thefirst Morning Service 11:00
D. C. Father!_Harris was anniversary of our pastor. BTU too:

L. A. Thompson. pastor born in Unison. MISS" where Or Henry C McDowell at the Evening Service 700
School ':..SO his family is now living lie is a
Sunday Tuesday night)
I Church of the Q,en Door. To ob-
Morning worship _._ 11:00 member of th Society of St. the occasion have dec.gned
ccrve we -
BTU ._._.._......- -..-......-. 530Evenifig Joseph. group of 240 Catholic this
priests' who devote themselves Sunday as "Loyalty
730
worship -. BETHANY BAPTIST
entirely to the Negro race. Presently C Sund.,. Every member is expected -
will be observed to be at ritun."h0 show 3078 N.W. 45th StRev.
Children's Day there ar five Negro priests :.,. 'i
throughout Sunday. The young working as Josephlte About half his appreciation of the fine service Rudy Keatun. pastor

people ".01 be in charge of the of the seminarians studying to be .:. our minister and hit talent- Marjorte Shwo''',. reporter

nwrniag and evening service, Josephltes are Negro. This groupof t-d wife have given us. Sunday School ..... ....... ..__.. 930
aad the regular Children's Day priests is presently staffing Following the regular morning Morning wort/up ............_.. 11:00
program will be presented at ftIKHI. Holy Redeemer Church 1301 NW Mmlce there will, be a Fe4Iu-*"- BTU ........_......_............__..... 5:30
The public .is invited to 71st St.. and St. Augustine's: .....)p period during wbioh we will Ctrmru wurtH.p .._......_._... 7.-OO

came and see our youths in action. Church Coconut Grove In the a, chat and lip with fellow mem-
two schools run by these parishes txr and visiting friend MARTIN
MEMORIAL l AME
there 470 students about 270
are If ou have planned to visit u*
Joint Vacation Bible School of these are non-Catholic In
'here would btDO better hnetan Richmond II >eP .
beUven St. Matthew's Baptist Florida there are 3300 Catholics,
: Sunday at II o'clock in the Wilma Harry, reporter
Gfcureh and Temple will begin MI there
In the United States are
ajdaoruwn: of the Seventh Day Rev. L. R. Brain, pastor
June 20. Registration will be on 577.000 Catholics.
Adventist school N.W. 50th stand Sunday Scnuol .. %JO
Friday, June 17. Parents are 24th ave. Morning worship '.._u_.. ......_ u.-oC
aktl to contact Deacon J. Smith EBENEZER METHODIST On last Sunday a partial report ACE League ....... ......... ,:sO
of St. Matthew's' or Mrs. Augusta -
Newboid of Temple, for further Rev Aaron D. )tall. Pastor of the Stay-at-Heme Tea
information. E.. Ingraham. reporter ) was given. We want to hank TRINITY
Sunday School ..._................... 9:34 \L our many fn. d.l..iIe sippd WESLEYAN

ST MARY'S C W M CHURCH Morning worship ................ 11:00 their tea at home and sent us Rev. George E. Johnson pastor
Evening worship ..._._..__... 7:00 MRS. LUELLA THOMPSON I '!'iberal donations to help to make Mrs. Phyllis Andreas, reporter"

Sunday School was opened by The members of St Mark PR the tea a SUOCCM.' To oour friends Sunday School ....................._ 9:00
the superintendent Mrs. M. The Poindana Cire4e will have Church 5154 NW 23rd ave.. will who sHtod their tea and failedto Morning Worship>> .... ......_... 11:00
Worthy. After the devotion classe charge of class meeting Tuesday celebrate! their first Woman's Day return their envelopes with Young People's Meeting ..._._ 5:00:

took their place with their nlgbt. Sunday<< June 12. The theme offerings are reminded to do to

tNe <<'. The lesson was reviewed Usher Board No. 2 will. observe The Rote of Christian WomenIn soon Our building fund needs GREATER
by Bernard Johnson. Its 18th anniversary. Sunday. a &.J e17." your help no matter how small. BETHEL A.M.E.

The pastor was in charge of June 12 at 3 pjn. The Rev. T. C. The door is always open to Rev S. A. Cousin pastor
the morning worship and gave a Kelley Jr. pastor of St Paul Our guest acaker for morning friends and visitors at the Mrs. Jenette Faiao reporter

short lecture. Everyone was hap AME) Church Coconut Grove service U. Mrs. Luella W. Church of the Open Door. Sunday School ...?......_.._..___ JJO

py. Choir No 2 furnished musicwith will deliver the sermon. Refreshments Thompson, teacher at Dunbar Morning Worship ..._........._?. 11:00
Mrs. G. McFord at the organ .will be served in the social Elementary School a member of HOLY REDEEMER Evening Worship ......._..__._ 7:00
sad No. 2 ushers served. hall of the church. St. John. She received her B. S.
IUj>tim by Appointment
decree from Florida and M University Matthew Templa AMEZ
Evening devotion was led by Plans for Woman's Day hasbeen her M. S. degree from Information Class 8 pjn. in
the pator. His subject was launched with Mrs. Margaret New York University She U also. Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) ISH N \V 5th Ave

Three" Gardens. (1) Garden of Flowers, chairman and Mrs a member of the Alpha Gamma Novena 730 (Wed night) Sunday School ............. 83:1:
Eden; (2)) Garden of Gethsemane; Geneva Murray co-chairman. Chi Sorority School All are Invited Morning worship .. .... llrOC
(3)) Garden of Resurrection." Sixty captains have been selected. I Everyone is ecome at Holy Evening .orsh p .. 7:00

holy Communion was" adminLa- We are asking the women to I

tered. Bveryone was spiritually work faithfully and diligentlywith "
"IP
blwcd. No. I and No. 2 choirs the chairmen and the cap

served furnished jointly.Saturday music. and the ushers tains. DRIVER'S LICENSE !

Rev. Mall left the city Monday
School
the Sunday
morning for Atlanta to be In attendance -
will give a picnic. Parents are at the Atlantic C03S1aff BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
asked to send their children. They ,, .,.
.a. which honors Bishop and
Mill be taken care of. Parents Mrs. J. W. E. Bowen Tuesday O'BERRY'S
who, would like to are welcome
go -
night June 7. During the program -
Visitors are asked a donation .j- ,
ht.m deliver the Invocation.
of 50 cents. Bus leaves the MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
Bishop Bowmwill, retirein
cfeurcto at 930 a-ra. 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
July after serving 12 years as _
bishop for the Atlantic Coast
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. Area. ,. OX 1-5283

P. W. Williams, pastor (
Steward Boards Nos 1. 2 and M
Mrs. Bunesta Green reporter
Sunday School ..._..._......_. 930 3 will sponsor a Shoe Rally _. _. -- .- .-
Morning worship _.-._._.. 11:00 Sunday. June 19 at 4 pan A -

BTU _. .-.__.. .30 spicy program is being planned,I RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
Evening worship ...-._ 7:00 also refreshments will be served ,
Rectal Diseases Varicose: Veins
Let us pray for and visit the 9
fourth Sunday in June is
The sick and shutIns.BROWNSVILLE. Effective painless non.,urgi *| office trtatmtnta at low co t_
set aside for our Youth Day. All
no lou tinn or 'Incomi Avoid
youth of St. Luke are asked to surgery and hospltallratlon. Why

meet at the church every Wednesday BAPTIST MRS. L, V ADAMS wear truss Why sufftr. delay and get worttrCONSULTATION

evening at 7 p.m. to pre- 2749 N.W. 49th Street FREE
pare for this day. Rev. R. Thompson acting pastor Our guest sclcist: is Mrs L V I Special 0
The fourth Sunday in July is Annie Pratt reporter Adams, a member cf St John medication treatments diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcer .

Men's Day Everyone is asked tocooperate Sunday School ___._ 930 Baptist Church She is a native *, blood pressure, Sinus anemia, lost vigor chronic disease
and help make this Morning worship MMMMMMM. 11:00 MumUn. and a graduate of of men and women.

Men's Day the preatcst. More Evening worship "-.-.- .. 70 Booker T. Washington.Advertise .
DR.
LONG'S CLINIC REDUCING
this later.
about I __ I
Continue to pray for our sick 21 8.W. nth Ave, PR 1.1741 o A General Health Irvk.C&tTdt .

and chutins. Mrs. Inoc Fryson 45. is Advertise! It Pays! It Pays! I
In Christian Hospital room

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Raise A Heart, Soul and MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Funds For

LoveBy I SATURDAY, JUNE 11, ,1960 PAGE 11



Carver Sprint SensationAt I A million night stars QILBY may shine at WEST PALM 1_ MAiR !''i


One sun to shine by day BEACH UACe..e.p..r..r
OFFERS1ST
the regular meeting of the A thousand kisses, for one lore

ber Northwest of Commerce Miami Junior a Clam-I)Watchtower For every hurt you pay. CLASS MOTELThe ..was.w awtr.. e our r...es..w.. wp.ew.

raisin project was launched in There's a cloud to cast a shadow
the interest of Jimmy Douglas, Convention"Can At night when one's at rest dream of reality Anally p..101.a...+.ew...a.,..
.he sprint sensation of George There's an Angel watching over ('.ametrue to the people of the M..orta. l ne'

Washington Carver High Schoolto you visualize a -world you Palm Beaches when the all mod I
afford this young athlete a where there is peace and harmony A darling. Oizabeth.- ern and swanky Ebony Motel '
chance to participate In the Olympic practice: by all mankind and Restaurant was completed
trials in California June 16. People of all races the black the Two hearts have been welded and opened to the public a fee
white the yellow, mingling as into one, weeks -
As in the past the Northwest one familyCan you picture a Two souls are truly combined ago.
Miami Junior Chamber of Com world where war and crime do A month or a year would be tco The Ebony Motel is a fabulous CAL'S
merce did not hesitate to endorsethis not exist? Mr. J A. Thompson short plant of 22 units and Is located
program and immediatelymade Jr. district supervisor of New Eliabeth say yeull be mine. at 101 Old Dixie Highway Riviera BAR &: GRILLENOW
available their entire faciliues York asked an attentive audience Beach Just one mile northof
to implement this project. of more than 683 in main session Love is like a flaming arrow West Palm Beach city limit SERVING
This will. be another outstanding of the three-day assembly of Je That burns only at the fond. The motel Is a rarity of Its kind
contribution which hovah's Witnesses at the Elks But our l love will last to eternity
community tn that it offers to its visitors accommodations BREAKFAST LUNCH
As the -
Club. greatest among men.
has become synonymous with the and services" un
name this floe organization bears. Discussing "Finding Peace Ina surpassed. AU units are exquisitely AND DINNERAt
May love" has made blind, mydarl1nc.
Troubled World Mr. Thompson you furnished and decorated with
A cries of special events and said that finding such baths Popular Prices
peacein private phones, free TV
Bitter lies stand at door.
TV interviews will climax this a trouble world is difficult because your air conditioners and heat Some
dr.ve On June 10 in conjunction of man's ability to solve Take together.Your my hand. andwell leave of the motel units are effkirades : 6006 N.W. 22ad Ave.

"..;th the Jaycees the ever popular the problems of inflation crime, life U with completely equipped kitchenettes. -
Clyde Killens of the Fiesta financial problems race hatred yrurs no more. + .

Room in the Mary Elizabeth Hour strotlum-90 dangers, and the inability Wealth without Jove fe not for
:. will stage a benefit with local of nations to find .eace7 you. The motel- also has a restaurant
stars who. are appearing in the He declared that man can find Just look the other where the finest' of food lsserved
-way
Miami area to help Jimmy on his peace' only by turning to Jehovah Thlrtk of It again, until t return around the most scenic BARGAIN IN
way More newt about this will God To be assured of peacewe Good nUrht. and a pleasant and dignified atmosphere' Room
be forthcoming daily Watch I must seek God's Kingdomand good-day. service is also another attractive LADIESSHOES
our local newspaper for com- His righteousness for that feature of the Ebony Motel and

pete details. Further Kirtfdom will destrop this world v r r.r.r. rr.r.r.r n r,.t Restaurant There Is a conference
'.on can be obtained tntonna"l with its systems at armageddon. room for convention meetings,

O W. Wilson, I II ii The three-dav meeting was destoned $3.98 Albums $2.98 jam sessions and other easily CANCELLATIONS
I-1841 Samuel Moncur FR 4-8105;, to help stimulate the convertible uses. Make your next
Louis Portlock. F'RIMl; W. W. teaching method of the Witnesses, $4.98 Albums $3.88 stop the Ebony Motel- in WPB.
start FR 1-0608. j and to assist each one to aid his AND SECONDS
John W.
Stevens is the manager r
Make all monies payaole to neighbor. It' consisted of and discourses $5.98 Albums $4.29 of the Ebony Motel Mr Stevens I

Jimmy Douglas Fund 642 NW | workshops, demonstrations on the practical aspects and wife, Audrey were in 561 N.W. 29th St.
2nd ave., Miami. Please note: of the ministry to POP Miami two weeks ago attending r
make nations in the form of the Diocesan Convention of the
Fifteen' among the number :
were
money< order or certified check if of new ministers that symbolized CLASSICAL Eptacepal Church He was a delegate

tx.salble their dedication by water SPIRITUAL from St Patrick's Church,
_. bal tier.BAHA'I. i West I'alm Beach: and his wifea METROPOLITANLife
4 Miami Grads PROGRESSIVE JAZZ representative of the Episcopal

I o W*nen' of the same ehUJ"Cb.Jacklon' .
Leave Hampton i ASSEMBLYThe Insurance Co.

Dana's of Miami and You name it-we have itl!

The 90th commencement at I North Dade w ill sponsor a Rare 2 STORES THI LARGEST INSURANCE
Hampton Institute was held :at Amity Day fellowship breakfast Toddle Ina COMPANY IN THE WORLDAll

(Ofden Hall on June 6. II Sunday. June 12. 7:30 to 9 JO a.mat 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue .
the Greenacre Nursery 14451 CALENDARS ,.1 Ie I. available on monthly
Among the eight candidates receiving
I. NE 2nd court' North Miami Miss FR 3-2236 basic.
the B. S. degree with
Parent Julia 11. At the
Party -
Ida Solomon u> in charge: of the]
vjrrK-st honors was Jimtnie Lee 'which will Include a ether'. now offers you a completeline
Johnson cf )Miami who gradual community program sing Everyone is cordially Graduation tx.,..!... of insurances
.4 in the division of business invited to attend this) June 1t-7JO p.". at Bethany

Ern..Urw Bryant graduated event i iAME's Acadtmy ..dltorl..OUt St. LIFE
t..wn the Division of Nursing and ] and 2th Avt. AdmlwUn lOe.

t audette Yvette Green and TO STAGE I IDon't II Child,....'. Pknks Jute la HOSPITAUZATION
lane Valerie Harris, from the I Virginia' ....,
I).v.tion of Teacher Training. INCOME PROTECTIONPhone
. ._ NAACP DRIVE SUMMER SCHOOL .
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PUN PHUN The Florida State Conference FM MOM f., entire centra with.
of N'AACP branches announcedthis gut tran.*B.rtatl... MO watttrarwp.rtatl.R. MU 1-3180
it> run OMHOKKIIMan AME' Church Fret Fight!
week that the tehMl day-fell-
. -- e* "f Florida .will. stare a mammoth 1:11. latff for Information. and appointment

drive for NAACP members Join The NAACP
.is colorful creature
a during June and July Bishop
Itiystcally he comes in several Sherman 1... Greene' presiding
t"'ks, but this U non-eroeMlal bishop for the llth Episcopal .
-n rucet to his true. being. It of the NAACP's THE SOUTH'S
..i the non-physical aspects I n>*trM and one Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE SEE
I960 State Membership<< Chairmen
II LEADING COLORED
which his colors
true
portray CONTRACT
ALSO
*,iM head the Wg push.
When man gets angry he acest.d PSYCHIC READER
PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
and often turns purple with I The plan is a follow-up to the
".** If he Is jealous, he ts green' drivehekt- in Itt whert teAM Licensed and |IN..red

watt envy. If he is unhappy, fee E Church" aided in raising 580 Clor Miitd Fr.. Fr. Estimation and Consultation
.S wild to be blue. Should he be drive was headed NW 62nd St.
members" The Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NTH
t coward he is called yellow
then by Dr S. A. Cousin of Miami
Time available Phone PL 9-3231 r
W heir h< feels well, he is in the TO accomplish the plans a ,, payment plan -
J'nk If he is saintly he is pure spokesman for NAACP said. -we
*b..teIf- treacherous he has a are going to make several awardsto I ',tt
t IJ"cot heart. And if he is smart. minister* and presiding elders- << I
'1e .1 sad to have plenty' of grey doing outstanding work in the : z ,#

matter dnve--." t Would you like to earn $1,000 more this year?
Thee colorful description of The drive' will close- on July 19
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man are meaningful, even though the Annual TrUVate meeting' Graduate
sung accentuate his negative at of the AME Church to Jacksonville Become a Nightingale Lit bar yaws .f ..,.rt.... gelds
'.Ak: On the other hand when Dr Cousin will receive reports and Pretest 'M threelSh.ut' lift
we refer to man as being black. ministers at that time EARN JOB PRESTIGE EARN MORE MONEY a. a llahtnowoe Wide the ships lea
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' does not tell what kind of
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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I I Mr. Munroe is survived by nis Mrs. Ruth Eady of 1315 NW old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert
sister, several brothers nieces 6th ave.. died In Jackson Hospital Hayes will be conducted Satur-
11 1960
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JUNE on June 8. She is survived by day June 11 at 10 am. Burial in

I Johnnie B. Ezr>ouel Thomas, her husband Odell, three child Lincoln.
216 SW 4th it. Homestead, died ren. Arrangements are Incom

01 Philadelphia Pa. June 4. The plete. The infant daughter of Mr. and
CARDS MEMORIALS body arrived in Miami June 11. Mrs. Charles Minus of 14110

Funeral will be held June 14 it Beatrice Panish. the 4monthsold Monroe SU, died at Mt Sinai
., 1 p.m. from St Paul cf Homestead daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hospital. Graveside services were
with burial Paradise Memorial Walter Panish of 2135 NW 57th
in conducted June 4 at Evergreen.
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Gardens Veteran Cemetery. It., died in Jackson Hospital! on

The family of the late loving memory of my June 4. Chapel services were
I HENRY ROlL mother, Angus Williams, Dania, died .n conducted on June 7, with burialin Graveside services for the infant .
who departed this life.1a1 2fl, MRS. EMMA DAVIS the Veteran's Hospital on June 7. Lincoln. daugWer of Mr. and Mrs.

and was laid to rest June 2 takes who passed away nine years ago The body !iwtU be shipped to Do- Willie Andersen Sims, of 2201
I IBM method of thanking the< June 10, 1951. than, Ala. for burial Chapel services Bernard Hayesof NW 158th *. 0,. Locka. will be
I many friends and neighbors for Because God knew your work 2341 NW 72nd *U 7 month be held June 10 in Lincoln.

kindnesses. shown during I their was o'er Infant Flo en died In Dad e
-
bereavement Thanks for the Your children taught and grown County Hospital on June 8. -

card, telegrams, floral pieces and He called you to come and dwell, Graveside services to be held on
other acts of sympathetic under Where no more work is done June 9. Little Flowers was the
standing. Special thanks to Rev. Where the golden sun doth never daughter ol Mr. and Mrs. Jessie

L. A. Thompson and membership Mt, lace Flowers of 1323 SW 5th ct,

of Temple Baptist Church and to I And the skies forever blue r'londa City.House C C
the House of Albert It's there I hope in God's good .
Mesdames: time
Laura Seymour Dear mother to be with you. of Albert. I
Augusta Rutherford Sadly missed by your daughter
Albertha Miller Mrs Cornelia M, Rentz Mrs Rusella Perkins Smith

Alma Farrington sisters 22189 SW 132nd ave.. Goulds
Herbert John Ceasar died in Jackson Hospital June

and Wilford Rolle.E 3 She is survived by a foster
W. Strachan brothers mother, Mrs Hattie Lawrence of

# Opa Lvcka. : ,tour fluster sisters,
CARD OF THANKSThe two foster orotners an aunt and .

family of the late uncle Chapel services will be FREE DEMONSTRATIONWorld's A VERY NICE ROOM. Nice fur-
conducted Saturday, June 11 at2JU
BMILY FISHER KNIGHT finest vacuum cleaner nature fet a man. Private. 900 NW
Rev. Martin of theUiurett
withes to express 1U gratitude< : p.m.of Christ, offKiating. She Call Herbert C. Long today, NE 60th st. phone PL 15236.
jmd deep appreciation for the
khMiaes and sympathy receivedfr wul lie in repose in the chapel' FURNI&HBD elffetoftoy. Private
r 5 Friday until funeral
u..m JOB WANTED
p.m.
in toil entrance. 811 NW
n to many people 66th ft PL
community. \1me. Burial will. be in Lincoln. SMART, AMBITIOUS 15yearold 84273.

We extend a special message boy wishes work after school
Gof gratitude to Fr. Richard De-' w Leander Haynes Jr.. of 1259 and all summer. PL 15U5.WANTED LARGE bedroom, kite***, private .
NW 66th it died June 5. Funeral
.
American
v *ux of St. eter's bath and entrance, child OK.
will be conducted Saturday
Catholic Church and the Rkb services: $16 week 5MZ NW 9tB ave.
Juno 11 at 11 am. in the
anhu Mortuary for its moral Rev. P. W. Williams oflUciating Girl or woman in need of a
chapel -
avw+urt and cervices rendered' after Ha survivors include home to live in. Must iore child NEW DUPLEX Beuttl l-ar Iebe04room
the pawing. of our beloved.' and two ren. $40 month 8 days Beach %- apartment, furnished'
:.s widow, parents, a son
The Family ,.stcr Interment Lincoln area. Call between 5 and 8 p.m. or tmfurnkhed. Ad H.. Finest
UN 8-4800. nei M orhcod. I JO'W: 76th st

CARD OF THANKS
,(anile ROOM in reticfew heme 5730
The family of the late, FOR RENT NW 9th ave. PL 9-6993.
JULIA DAVIS GarfIeld Clayton, 2949 NW 47th

who pasted. away on Thursday, James Thompson *t. died in Jackson Hospital gn MCELY FURNISHED three bedroom LOOKING FOR a clean room 1
May 19 and was laid to rest 00 55th It suffered a --I) June 3. Mr Clayton was one of house. Quiet surrounding With private bt1call aM kiteheo ;

May 28: in Waynesville. GL en Tuesday. June 7 and wa tfte early residents of Browns ui Opa Locka (Uuncn. P a r a OV 1-4864 I
Brantley County take this method pronounced dead on arrival at HUe, having lived in the area lor area). Desirous' ol clean., nice
of expressing their thanks Jackson Hospital. Funeral service more than 30 years. He is survivtd quiet family For uxformauoiCtU NICE ROOM 2114 NW HUt st.FIVEROOM .
aDd appreciation to the man 1 will be held Saturday June by a daughter, Mrs Atha NA 1-6054. Ap 3

fronds and neighbors who were 11 at 2 pm. at Friendship Baptist Lie Mullins. two ions. James and Btt m.| w. located
*o kind in their hours of be- Church. Rev. C. J. Burney, Carroll several grandchildren a 1-BEOROOM APARTMENTOur near two bus Un 's. 366 :NW 46thst
f&*\' M&t. Thanks for your lei*. officiating Francis Funeral is. in niece, Mrs. Gladys Solomon. Services Rent la The Lowe Tone OX 1-318.
I letters, cards flowers, charge. were conducted on June I We have the nicest apartment)

j I car and all other kind gesturesof lie is survived by his widow, at 4.30: pjn in the Bethany Seventh 410 NW Und Ave F.DROOM ftH"ftWtfd CBS

fnpatfey. a,
UioUnr Cooper of Jehovah'sW'ttnewsea daughters, Mrs. Claudia T. Jasper -. Pator Rock officiating. Burial school Rent rfl OMWr. 12M N\\9
who conducted the ser wto is an Instructor at Pim wa conducted in Lincoln Memorial APARTMENT Adults and 55th St.FURNISHED.
vtce. OES Chapters, church, Villa Elementary School and Cemetery Quiet residential Near bus r.a.
OES tunable rent Inquire at 8931 NW
l"r'e Chapter No. 29A ,
Miss Elouise E. Thompson an APT. Lcv 4y yard
I'rwpv.slve Court No. 44 Hero LPN at Mt Sinai Hospital a son Mrs Lillie Mae Lawson of ::as 30th ave. JUFURNISHED porch ReaonaMe OX I.ft&ff).

Ins of Jericho Progressive Blue Lawrence of Ne*' York City a NW 71st terrace was pronounced -
for
Lade No 510 Matrons Council dead arrival at Jackson Has large efficiency
on EKM Private ht
randsoo, James Burroughs,, e. 1891 SW
2 Casement. 3 colCasemutt
sides
M d Club of the OES, Daughtersof USXF Monterey Calif.; two its pttal un June 3. She is survived' windows 54*' st. apt. 14HOUSE..
Rev M. J. Fayson., : windows, 3 sides, colored -
las, the tors. Mrs Hattie Douglas and by her husband, Alfonso sUchildren
oW1'aon' and owmbvrs of BcthleJMMn : her f.u..r. Johnnie tile bath own entrance m LOY
Mm Rachel Jackson for .
of Glfford small family
other roomers. PL '-9 Mrs
Grand cfeatXer OES Fla and a ho* of otter relatives Jones; two sitters Mrs M a r 1 NW 64th St. $20 week.FURNlSHfiD Adult $ift per w.... privi-
C. B. Nikon& Daniels G. W. M. and friends. Ponce and Miss JUtti* Jones, II ioee 0-1 bJyUtC. NE 5-J666, :119
Kev. T. A. Rolle, grand worthy )
live brothers Julk, Earnest APT. Reasonable NW GOth It.
patron, officers and members of Jimmj. Charlie and Johnnie '
refit Call FR 4-7748 NE
or
Atuiocto Baptist Church Browns DEATHSSeniors Ston'K', ..'. will be conducted Jr'I' 4-8358 Brown Sub area. FOR SALEDOUBLE
vide Rev.' Stephens, pastor and urday June 1 at 1 p.m. in \
offkWs and members of Monutn Newt ;* Bapttft Church with I EFFICIENCY. Private entrance. : LOT Three from.'
aul BapUat Church Rev. E. I tIle Rev Bruw-n officiating Buns!! 811 NW 661 st OX 84273. houses for sale. Good 11W'8ftW.' very
Webb, pastor, Jersey City, NJ., v ill be in Lincoln. chap. 473 SOW. 2fMh at.. West

and many thanks to the RangeFulierai Funeral services for Ethel Snowof FURNISHED ROOMS. 2181 NW e10117W00d. Eg5

Hume for such good ser Homestead mill be held Saturday Mrs Agnes Boyler of 1575' NW88th 56th si NE 4-5025.
vice. Again thanks to everyone June 11, 1 pjn. at the st. died in Jackson on June LARGE Uberty City Let. PriH:
The Family First Baptist Church in Home 4. Service will be conducted on MODERN CONVENIENCE: with $3.900. 49 ft. fre.sstae. .xt to

stead with the Rev. McQueen of.flciating. Friday" June 10 at 2 pin. in the phone In room. 1529 NW 67th st turner 69th It. afllll 18041 avf'
IN MEMORIAMIn She is survived by her Holiness( Church of Opa. Locka, Phone OX 1-1877 or OX 11690. Write Au.uata Cluck.. 1491

of loved daughter, Helen mother, Alma; with the minister Elder Eaton. Emerson St. N.W.. Waaltkigtoa.
loving memory our a sister, brother and many other officiating. Burial in Lincoln Sh FURNISHED APT. 1bedroomPrivate 11. DC. Jul23FtJR..VITURF.
one .aLLIY : jvlatjvvs. u survived by her mother Mrs. home 1210 NW 77th

Maude Lee Thomas an aunt. MMAlbortha '[err. Phone PL 7-7233 after 540pjn. Corrplete best With

The body of Leroy Sutton of Bailey headboard $8; dinette $17: chairs. .
140 NW 9th st., who died June 8 sofas. diM.. blasliss all! cteed
Y was shipped to Mobile, Ala for Willard Daniel* of 1130 NW FURNISHED APT 1 bedroom. wy" low. 7734 NW IXfc ave.

final rites Sunday. He U survived 64th st. died at his residence' June Large living dinette. AU modern.
by his mother Maude, two 6. Services will be- conducted .n Nice, large yards. Adults. 729 NW RAVE NEW 3-b........ 2 bath
June 11 55th Terr MU 10325. hone mast b uttlul la
sisters. at 4.30 pm in the St. leas D.
aa I II Only $1.000 down
Matthews Freewill Baptist. I 6160 NW 17th
FURNISHED
Efficiency.: None
The body of Mable church with the aOX 16341.IOUSE. .
Smith of ReWoodJey, better. AU utilities. Near bus
Goulds who died June 6 was officiating Burial will be m Ev. be PpiiV, 4190 NW 32nd
ave.
.
2
ship .-d to Wa>crocs, Ga. for ergreen. He is survived by his I bedtr'out Fto .W1 ring,

foal! rites Sunday. She is survived mother Mrs Georgia lIadle,.. four ROOM. Private entrance 1387 carport awnnei -... aeigtborlwod. -

by two sons, three daughters sisters Bertha" Bennie Lou and XW 60lh st PL 4-3803. Mrs Price $12.700. $1.700
4 Ulla Rae Hadley.: and Mrs. Mar- Davis down payment. Owner. piton,
PL J. & I.AL.IOST .
Graveside iuente Steea.
C services for Infant
r ton of Mrs. A. Jones 3757 Chas I I LARGE NEW APTS. In Opa

ave iwho died June 6 was held John L Ruundtree" of 6220 NW I I Locka. back and front door reasonable sale NEW Lawn" .q..r tor

Thursday with Rev. C. C. Mckary 14% ave died on June G, the rates, call NE 4-0500 or 1-5283 Reasonable, price Call NE
oUidaUnt.Richardson. victim of an accidental OX 15453. tndf
lie is survived' by his drownin"1 I

Mrs. Inca Roundtree; 'nerall HAVE NICE 1-bedroom home far Job Opportunities

aunts and uncles Chapel ser- rent only $14 per week or come Department of Promotion
Benjamin' Buchanan 536 ,'k-.... i I and
NW will be conducted on Saturday I to 6100 NW 17th ave. Phone OX Publicity, Greater Miami' & Urban
:nd ave.. apt. II, died' at home June
yw 11 at 11 ajn. with Elder 1-6341 .eague.. J95 NW First' at H.
-.-. .. June 5. Mr. Buchanan was. a long I White of the Holiness Church Allen Wh tley Jr. vocational.
time employee of Florida East I officiating Burial will be conducted HAVE NICE bedr@om home services e cr tary. Phone FR
PFC ARNOUD DAVID
HUDSON Coast as a Redcap, Funeral services in Evergreen Cemetery 1.1471.
with enclosed
far rent only
I ports ,
'wk/ departed this life June June
13. 1 pjm from Bethel ,
$21 per week' OX 1-6341 or come,Umy Clerk
7, 1957. tME Church with burial In Linoln. James Wemberely of 3800 NW to 6100 NW 17th ave. Engineer
I
Three years have passed since *' Mr. Buchanan Is survived :15'h at. New Liberty City died I fiarsepatentEngiacrirag

you have left us. but memories b y his widow, Larnita and thrree at Jackson Memorial Hospital on FURNISHED: houses and rooms Draftsman

still linger on. 'on*. June 8. He is survived by his Low rental $4.50 per week and up lamemaUeian:
Mrs Edith Hudson, wife I widow Nettle 7 children severalsisters NE 5-5747. Mrs. Thompson. Library AasiMants
Mrs. Margaret Hudson Bamabus Alex Monroe 37 NW5th and brothers He will ben
Tabulating
mother ave.. Danla, died at home ofhll view in the chapel beginning 2-BCDROOM.. 2 bath duplex aptLarge Stock ClerkTypist Machine Operator
Mr. David Hudson father sister, Mrs. Beatrice Burrows, at noon on Thursday and will be as house. screened porch ClerkAccountants
Mr. George Hudson brother Funeral services June I%. 2pmrom sent Friday evening to Cam.a. separate entrance. Perfect for a
Miu Margarett Hudson,, ulster Wesleyn Methodist Church Ga.. u-here final rites will. be adult family 7730 NW 12* ave. Dental and Auditors
HygiemstsMIAMI
Mrs. Elva Hall sister with burial in Danla Cemetery (Conducted June 12, PL a-oU5, Librarian



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23 MIAMIANS
FISHERMAN 10 miles west of Okeechobee TEACHERS

FINISH FAMU DROWNS IN Road. SALARY
p Dead is John Roundtree. lit
Nearly 2.000 persons filled Lee CANALA was fishing with his uncle Amos RAISED TO $4,200Dade

I Hail! Auditorium and stood In 25-year-old Miami man Reundtree 29 of 910 NW 57th st. County public school
the corridors to hear Dr. Benjamlr drowned' when he toppled' from a city of Miami poticrman. The teachers will get a salary boost
> E Mays, president of More his boat while older of $%00, if the Informal agreementmade
house College, address the gradu fishing In a canal man was" ho Htalized' forshock on Wednesday by the
ating class cf 266 at Florida A after the incident. school board become effective.'
and M University on June 23. It Is estimated that savings on

The emient author lecturer and RITZTHEATRE school school insurance and a squeezeen
I construction'\ funds
educator .
expounded' for 50 mlnctcs ---<:!11 win help finance the increase
:: on the "Challenge to Over.came without'
laying a straw of the
341 Years of Disability in a I cri'zlD burden on the tax payer
Quarter cf a Century
Mlamians: among others, sjradu- STARTS THURS.
aCre: with distinction -CAITOL
are Ma-
For Unlimited THEATRE
w-.H Clark and Katie Dads

The following local personalities Engagement STARTS SUN. THEATRE
were presented' "BLACKBOARDJUNGLE"
with
other
-. --, ........ candidates for the 15-year silver NOW SHOWING

RENDEL BUTTS medaV Dr Nathenlel' Miss Jeanette Colt ton. Bellamy Leonard, 'The Story Sidney Pettier"JAILHOUSE Sergeant

Southern Star Chapter N'o. Walker and Charles D. Wyche ROCK" Rutledge
1.4, OES, it sponsoring Its annual -
baby ccntest on this Sun- Other Miamians with B A degrees Elvis Presley Woody Strode
day. June 12 I from the college of arts and Of Roth"THE
in conjunction with sciences are listed P'" Juano Hernandez
as follows
Its second' anniversary sip, which : PLUS
_'.U! be M-Jd.t.4 p.m. at the Leo Price. Josephine Bailey.
Greater Miami Eks Home. 367 B ijamln (Brown, Norman Cox Advertise It Pay. STORMYI'ZThIITY
NW 17th stZENA Lionel Ferfiwon. Charles Curry WORLD OF THE

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,' Lock: Random Lre Althea| BIBLE OPENS
b Satnrfe William Sullivan Richmond ,
Heights: Eddie Williams t BEFORE YOUR EYES
Helen Balseden Gladys Brown I
M"Idred MKchell Freddie Mur-,
Adults
I ray A'phnnto! Rcberts, Sylvia $1.00
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Spence. Ojta Lock: Carolyn Students 75c

StuWx Samuel Wilson.Lawrence Thomp>ft. Children 25c OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

I ,
School of agriculture and home
r I -C nomlt'S FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY MONDAY
4 &, i t Merits Cowart.- bachelor of science. .

Dcretha Forbes and Agnes
t: '* c "Kro'! of nursing education
z -bachelor' <.f science' in nursing RoddandPalace t


DUNBAR SCHOOL NEWS

The sixth trade held Its closina -
program on Monday. May 30. 9
A rofd't! number of parents wererrrcnt #
in the attractively deco- Presents
ra'rd cafetorium Nelson Adam
GCX't"Dtf'd MVM very beautiful midfrinffed -
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flag, the U S and Flo- - -
McNEAL 'da flag M the class' gift to the ALEXSTEPHENS
Pictured. are **o It' the babies school 1 His harks as he Mid.TJN.nk WB YMrlANIUW 0 P < who aril compete in the contest you were most Inspiring
in wfcfett very valuable prizes and will long be remembered' by I II
will be awarded the winning contestant all who were' f recent ,
A ntenber of other bail I
bxa also vie for the honor A social hour of dancing, conversation AND HIS ;
and refreshments' followed
The public .. Invited' to the the program r
annual event Mrs Jessie Giles We welcome Miss Amanda ALL-STARS TiicfirATiK1ND2"WHITE
ts tft.0I1'h| Matron Tludath Franklin with great Joy. She left
Flrsd ey. Worthy Matron, and the bedfkle of her mother for a I
Mrs Leon ButU, secretary few days for business. purposes Every Thur. Fri. Sat.
This is her first time In Miami WILDERNESS"IN
;nee' the Christmas vacation. We and Sun.
Business <(hall be happy when ..tis ableto t COLOR
Opportunity
rvturn and complete our chain t
10 p.m. Nightly
Kitchen ConcessionIn The s K>tli ht was on Virginia
IN THE TUESDAY WEDNESDAY
Beach last Saturday when mem- LOUNGE
busy corner, open air bar. tiers of the family enjoyed a picnic
Ideal for woman. No invest Private cars were used far "THE WIND CANNOT READ"Yoko
tfcft!' .f..riatkf) Fried chicken.ham Admission FREE
ment. Small rent. Tari and Dirk Dogarde
and the regular pt.mktift'

MURRAY'S BAR sere Swimmfig.enjoyed: both quiet games The finest foods, liquor and t t tt PLUS -

644 N.W. 5th Ave. and active game had many participant
white only a few rested beverages at popular prices "FROM HELL TO TEXAS"Don
FR 4-5946
j .+nd enjoyed the breezes from the ; Murray and Diane Varai
bay Always welcome
a warm
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THE PARTICULAR BUYER mf.
Championship .,
Located in Rich.1Io:1dfeights --ofth
RETURN BOUT .
Model at Corner of Bogs Dr. and Monroe St.


Large Beautful IOMAKSS9H Lure
w011.5 1 ouuMnouYS

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TREMENDOUS LOTS rats ca.wwNst.Pcs

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BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE ECIt51ttsstrs f
Circuiiriii
st.r
WOOD FLOORS QE

TWO BATHROOMS WITH 2 TUBS Monday !u ZQ

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FULLY LANDSCAPED AND PLANTS

GLASS SLIDING DOORS TO PATIO Capitol Theatre

Mon., June 20
ENCLOSED GARAGE ?
t ar+ ro-
dean open f'JO p.m.
Hi KfTUT OMTUCl
2 5:30 Fight starts 30 p.m. ? II
Open Sunday to p.m. PETERS HUNTERSMITHWILDERNESS .
Adm. ;
$4.07 plus tax
ftcr,n program before and LURE '
HARMAR Inc. = .
after
fight :
TECHNICOLOR '
Tickets now on sale at r
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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Students Urged to Applyat
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1960



Northwestern PTA New College- Here


High school graduates who

Banquet a Success 4 + Irish to earning prepare power themselves' by expanding forgreater -I Why be Out of Style?

their training are invited -, Let us convert your double-
to acply now for admission to breasted suit to a single breasted,
The PTA of Northwestern Sen the new Dade County Junior Col- narrow lapel. $18 up.
ior high School held its final J. W. JOHNSON ELEM. J legewhich will open this fall, Your Smiling Tailors 9J7 NW
Williams
Dr Kenneth president,
meeting' of the year in the cafeteria 3rd Ave, Reuben Hepburn' Prop.
Friday May 20, with a lovely Children of James' W. Johnson announced. Indf
banquet. Mrs. Msyme Williams Elementary were docked out in Although a large Dumber of
past national president' ,, was the Orange and Green for the Color applications have been reeeivel,
keynote speaker. Melvin Jackson Day when the school presented 'tic the new Junior College can still
chairman of the advisory board its annual awards. aoccmodate' a number of addit Electrical Repairs
.
lor planning Northwestern" was ional students. Classes -will be
presented with a lovely plaque, Florence Kendrick received the :J held In the same building with S Stoves
in behalf of his committee; Neal Junior American Citizens Award its -- :Northwestern High School. NW 0 Small Appliances
E. Aldrich Miss Olive from the DAR and the Junior 12th at 70th street
Adams F. ave.
to be able to Inform -
We proud
Alexander Mrs. Alma Brooks, Citizens Award from Junior Wo- are Outdoor Lighting
men's Club of Miami Springs. you of our principal Mrs.E. A brochure giving full informa
Rev. James N. Byrd, Mrs. A. M. of Hi-Fi and
G. Primus being one Stereophonic
Coleman Rev. John E. Culmer' Michael Wilson and Jimmie Lee lion on courses and an application
John A. Diaz, Prof. David H. Davis won cash prizes in the the five Dade County Teachers and form 'will be mailed to those Speakers Installed
receiving national recognition
safety slogan contest which isaronsorel telephoning Northwestern School
Dobbs. Charles Hadley. Dr. G. W.lIaa"1dns. awarded the Freedom Founda- GEORGE INGRAHAMFR
Dr. I. P. Davis, Dr. C. by the Home News of tion's 'Valley Forge Classroom PI. 4-5491. 3-1051
IL Hogan. John D. Johnson Atty. Hlaleah. Teachers' Medal awards. The new Junior College will
Dr. T. L. Lowrie, Wlliam McBride Other students to receive offer technical courses designedfor
Albert Miller S. J. Mon- awards were Albert Mack Arnold The awards are for "exceptional students who wish to enter
cur Mrs William II. Murrel. Michael Kendrick for perfect service In furthering the cause directly into a trade or profes
Rev. E. S. Norris Charles North, attendance. of responsible citizenship, patriotism sion. Other courses will enable a
Dr. K. L. Pharr Rev G. F Pon- and a greater understanding student to secure' credit towardsa SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
der. Richard Pcrrell. Garth C. Annie Lee Johnson and Geraldine !- and appreciation of the Americanway bachelor's degree at a senior SPIRITUAL
Reeves Forrest Reynolds, Mrs. Scroggins for versatility. of life. college or university.
Beatrice R. Robinson, Mrs. W. B. Elenor Williamson Emanuel 1 Bar You are cordially invited to attend LEADER
Sawyer, Dennis Smith Sam B ret, Fannie Cannon, George Law- "Ethel Gates Primus Nlghf Included among the courses' AND PHYCHIC READER
Solomon. Judge L. E. Thomas Dr. rence, Jessie Lee Charts and Thursday June 18. at 8 o'clock planned will be business admin
E. A. Ward Roscoe' Webb, from James Neal for good deportment at New Mt Zion Baptist istration. and office management, BISHOP HUNTERIf
the PTA. Veronica Roberts, Bobby faster, 5th ave and 23rd st. secretarial science, accounting,
Shirley Harris Carolyn Estea Miss Sarah O4b rne, 01urcl1'1 mechanical technology: electronic
Outgoing president, Anthony Vincent drafting, civil engineering.' yea art sick N worried. d.n1
Simons was presented a National Kendrick Deris Coleman p.re-medica! ant pre-dental, pre- fall to sea m_ today. Offtoe hers
Life Membership pin from the Ivory Clearington and teacher education, pre-law andt dally 1 p.m. to 9 ....... Thursday
unit. Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson George able Hatcher for commend-1-1'KW1K' mom re-engineering. 1 p.m. to 1 aim.. Sunday 11 ......
president of District 10, Installed progress. to t p.M.
the Incoming officers: Mrs. Mrs. E. G. Primus principal I Interested persons' are urged to
Juanita Thomson, president" Miss S. A. Oaborne. reporter CONSOLIDATE YOUR file their applications now Dr
Mrs. Gladys Hadley, vice Mrs. DILLS Williams pointed out. In order
that the applications may be processed READINGSflJOO
Anna Tlllman 2nd vice Lonnie
; B-CC ALUMNI $1000 $15 mo. In time for the college's .
Culpepper. treasurer Mrs. Willie-
Mae Denson recording $2000 $25 mo. opening this fall. Application .P
secretary
Mrs. Wllhelmlna Sands, financial; HEAD PRAISED $3000 $35 mo i forms fee of should$5 be accompanied bya

fecetary; Mrs. Adgone Bradshaw. M17 8W 17 St.
historian; C Sullivan Culver'", Daytona Beach Willie J. Miami National Mortgage David If. Dobbs, for many years WISTHOLLYWOOD (
parliamentarian; Mrs. Hazel Wallace Wright of Miami. National president principal of Dopey: High School
chaplain. Licensed A Bon.td and later assistant director
of the Alumni Association of vocational Pt A. ,
For the of Bethune-Cookman College and Room No. m8CYBOLD education in the Dade "
past is very five years proud' the of organization its- his Miss Alumna Contest chairman DLDO. FR f n 3-5446 I school system, has been appointed PROF. HUNTER
administrative dean of the
James L. Monroe, were
acccnrplishmentst .
live
They are college's Northwestern Center..
highly commended vote of the
scholarship, eight Ice water foun- by
tarns and one Wurlttxer: organ association in annual session here -- -- - -- --
and have sent delegates to every' during the 1000 CommencementWeek '
I county, district state and State Exercises Wright who has
; workshop meeting.! Three life served' four of the constitutional
.I national memberships and eight! five years (In office reported tremendous -
plaques have been' awarded' co success Including the
various members of the associa acquiring of a printed' charter
tion. One portrait of the first system for each local chapter: an I.
principal Mrs. Ida M. Ratcliffe. addremograiph; a Ale cabinet and
was given to the school. Membership Increasing the annual contribution
# has greatly Increased. This from 200 to approrima\el.
unit hat endeavored' to meet the 12,000. I A Lmt.MiOF
i
needs of
young. people in our The executive secretary James
communityMIAMI E. illuger. assistant to Dr. Richard -
V. Moore, president of the I i INCOME OPPORTUNITY SECURITY
COEDELECTED college' made recommendations'

IN tor consecutive, In" September monthly, plans following beginning I I BOYS GIRLS 18 TO SO MEN WOMEN

through the year with the usual for Job
Sufficient
VIRGINIA observance, which were approved Grammar School Many
by the body. The treasurer.
HAMPTON Va. Marcia E. Nathaniel Davis of Jacksonville THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY 0
Johnson, 301 NW 14th tern Miami reporter a substantial sum col
has recently been electedslate levied with aU accounts solvent irtoer. N.W fur CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS. r.., A" Ii II
president of the Virginia

Student National Education Association lens' of strengthening-- -teacher. THOUSANDS OF CITY STATE FEDERAL JOBS OPEN IWJ

Miss Johnson is a 1958 graduate education.' I
of Booker T. Washington During her Hampton.I START AS HIGH AS '4,490.00 HRST YEAR I II
high Miami and is currently a Miss Johnson has held member
sophomore majoring In elementary ship in the Student Christian Association e Automatic Fay Raises
education' at Hampton the Future Teachers of Hl ....
She is the daughter of Ronald America and the Hampton Insti. ( Paid Sick Uovee
Johnson. lute Dance Group.
As president of the state organization Paid Vacations it-

Miss Johnson Mrfll attend '% e All Holidays with Pay ,.
,
the national conference of Watch For
the Student National Education No Strikes ,.
Association to be held June Command Performance .' 1' ,
through the 24 In San DkCII.. e No layoffs

The attention of this conferencewill Friday, June 24th ...-"!: 4 e MM New Friends
be directed toward the probe ... e
e liberal Pensions .

FOR Keep Your Present Job While Training

HOME FENCES & FLORIDA LOW DOWN fAYMlMT-U.SY MONTHLY fAYMfNTS

IMPROVEMENTS AWNINGS ROOMSThe II YOU All A U.S.OTIZlN-lNTUtJTlO IN YOU FUTURE

k. RECEIVE FUll INFORMATION
Man to see ,Is ::
: ON HOW TO Oft A GOVERNMENT JOt
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F. W. Reynolds LIST OF CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS AND SALARIES

..,o ...'- FOR WHICH WE CAN TRAIN YOU
J 2 Factory Representative
YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND

KNOW-HOW! "ITS GOOD TO KNOW '
THE RIGHT PRODUCT TO BUY AN 'sm'. Yd!! I Am Interfiled In My Future

ADDED ADVANTAGE TO KNOW THE i # I ,... u.w......c..... "--MIl MiKM ..........M....w eM.GOYIawMIHT'
I 0 I e I ....OVK urnci rovroNi.4MIAMI 1A&.Al4s.. ........ ,.,Mil IMr .. ...
PERSON FROM WHOM YOU BUY IT.- ..........., ... ... .... ........ ... ... -...... -
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Day or Night PL 4-7929 '** aMAMa/a ...... a.I ...- .... ----
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Open During Summer MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

Around The Bahamas Jruita', Klndergirlenwill I SATURDAY, JUNE 11, 1960 PAGE 15

stay oen for the summer Pickup
--- By A. H. McKENZIE and delivery service 2620 NW

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The People Penny Savings --- -
Bar*. A. L eon McKinney president Mad Hatters Ball

and manager! has cpened a Broward i I,I
branch in its new two-story Alpha Gamma Chi Sorority I I
building on Wulf Road near field its annual Mad Hatters' Ball I

Mackey St. S. A. Morris, a graduate County In the Fiesta Room of the Marv.
of the Washington Business NewsBy Elizabeth Hotel on Thursday evening I I 4
Institute and the Henry' GeodecchoI May 26.

of Social Seine Eco-
Amid the
gaiety and exeitment'
+ and Philosophy is the 4
nom CJ were some of the' meet ummal
branch manager. He has been a Walter Bow and unique! hat creatkn. winners
member of the staff for sometime of the most original hat creations

......
r -'- were as follows. First
The Penny Bank was estab- "prize. MiN Mary Mlnnis. who
t3b1t1lhfod in 1932 and has a total Summer recreation will begin wore a record creation! : second
of 7.000 deposttors. It is the only Monday. June 13 at Carver prize. Mrs Bernadina McClennon.

bnk In the colony managed by Ranch Elementary from 8 am who wore a cookln utensil creation
Bamian*. and is a Negro Insti- to 4 p.m. Lunch from 12 noon to and third prize. Mrs. Willie-

t uion I p.m. Registration! begins June D. Chanev who were' a UnHed'
11 at 10 ajn for children who Nation creation.

Marina N. Theophllus daughter will attend the summer program ; ; n limn i

of Mr. and Mrs. Mares1"MoPhtlUI. -50 cents rcr family. Mrg. JVlCf't for this occasion were .
graduated from Allen Dorothy Glover co-chairman. Willie Clark Mrs. Gertrude Pope
University. Columbia S. C. and Mrs. Rosetta' Vlckers.' I William V Banks of Detroit during recent vUIt: to this Resort

with the B. A. degree in Business Mrs. Idella Knowles gave her Supreme Grand Muter of the City The Masons will hold their
education last month. Miss Theo mother Mrs. Esther Robinson a International F&AM Masons engages I
philus is a member of the Alpha surprise birthday party tart Royal Twenty NewsThe in a poolside chat with Sam annual conclave! July 18-24 In

Kappa Mu Honor Society: was week Mrs. Robinson with heron Rabin. Sir John Hotel Owner Miami.

voted Ml** Allen of 195960; to -In-law., went. to the Royal Twenty Women's
\Who Who Among American home "where guests were Kno.'Jes'l. Club of Coconut Grove held its
,
C<>:'l<'fes and Universities, 195960 and a beautiful white and blue regular: meeting at the l lovely Masons and Eastern Stars

and ws on the Dean's list cake made by her friend Mrs. home of Mrs. Beatrice' Harrison, I
verv. semester.The Gladys Baker was found. I f if I
N The City Federation' of W,- 1

execution of Elvis Rene Hallandale and West Hollywood men's Clubs met<< at the home Hold Convention
and James Intraham who were Beauticians' Unit No. 38 ef Mrs. Carrie Brvant. 1WW NW to July

sentenced to death for the mw I Mil ponor a Hah" Style, and 4th tt on the 8th of June with:

drr of Samuel King a prison Fashion Show on Jane: 27 at the the women of Royal Twenty entertaining and AM ---
The Intcrnat'onal! F
overseer ha been Royal Bahama Club in HallaodaV Order of Eastern
Masons and
The' counsel" for Rose has 'nfd'i LEGAL NOTICE
Mrs Vera Clark. Mrs. MytleDavis. Star wi, hold their' 10th annual
nottar that she Intends to IP'lMlj Mr Vate Dennard and Du -Council here in Miami during NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
to the Privy Council I Funeral service for Ernest
Mr Ada Belle Dunn have the wk of July 18 to 24. NAME LAW
returned -
ground* that the Chief JutemiwiireHed Davis win be heM June 12 at the I Grand
to the rttv after! attend- William V. flanks Supreme
the |cry In the ease Macedonia Baptist Church S.W. Notice Is hereby given that tM
has made several trips
inc the National Methodist Matter,
Conference
nf Infrs>h m.Warrrn 1! 22nd st and 48th ave.. Rev. N Detrott. undersigned desiring to engagein
from
H held In California Mrt.Davis bark and forth to Miami business, under the fktttious
Phillip officiating.
the site of the Interns.tlnnal's
the "
gave
JIm* Lrverity (1'LPI' :| He to "unrfved' bv hit mother group highlights name of lath Ave Valet Shop
of the meeting.Mrs I home office to arrangefor
wa welcomed into the Howe nf, ElfIe".tHt father Leonard and rcrvie activities in 8307 NW 18th Ave.. Miami Fia.
Assembly on June 2 bv member! Davis; gnndmether. Susie Leila More fat rrewpcraith the handling !- Intends to register the said name
"ftftfHol'1tontth
He we officially elected the HC'ftM..n." ... Jn4e Bell Allen >g from her recent IHnens.Mr ( of detail attendant proper to this with the Clerk of Circuit Court of

previous week a. winner of the i I Agnes Jackson and UllieRoundlree. I large gathering Coming at thlttit'nf' Dade County Florida.
Bimini-Orand Bahama seat" 'n uncle. Benjomin Hendersonj. Sylvia Jtll1 man. 1251 Alton Johnson owner
I f in July. It will meana
the H ue which was filled by>> NW 72nd sf. thanked the hMtt"H r veer June 11, 18. 25 July 2
: great deal to the people of Miami -
for
Harold R. decretory simile. the the preparations for a
., since<< law amount of money
I
depute in the election was being The Boy Scouts of America thoroughly t good meeting will t e spent In this area. MT. ZION BAPTISTST.
Mrs Ethel 1
mvesti rated.<< Trcop No 167. will| hold an all- Peavy. reporter
I, day session at Bethemane Bap Although the convention Is FRANCIS XAVIER

Mann Anderson contralto!' if tilt Church in Carver Ranch I several weeks away. It Is not too
Sunoav Jun,. 12 The' Rev Isaiah and makearranevtnents N.W 4th Ave and 10th Terr
world-wide renown, arrived n I NEED CASH I non to get ready for It
Nassau on June 1 for a recital Clark U In charge Blis King, to extend a welcoming Phone FR -li24MASSES

"held' tne following evening at the fenufr-aster; Aaron Lamar. assistant $25 to $600CALL hand to these hundred Dally ..............._......_ .... 8 .OID
Government High School Auditorium nf visitors who will be coming' to
Sunday .. 7 sin & 8JO ajSt
and *f.>nored by the O'dScholars I our fair f'ft' ,. possibly for the first

Association of the Home Owners Praise PL 8.3 6 5 3 time for most' of them. John'a of The Nazarene
school She wa met at the Inter-
national! Airport' bv officials and Super Market IDEAL LOAN CORP. Convrntkn Headquarters have 1476 N.W. 58th Terrace

other community" leaders and Murray Dun owner, of Con- bwn opened at 530 NW 2nd ave Lawrence Heddlck, pastor

wa g-eon a grand reception that """,,,, '* 'Super Market has taken" 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. ,in the Sir John Hotel Square for Frank Bryant A** cut*
night. a' the Nassau Beach' Lndg,, !ate" forward by hiring a coloredcashier the purpose of handling the needs Sunday School ......-_ 10:00
T> I nf the many delegates. who will Morning worship ..._....._. 11:00
in his market at
gmcenr be here David Marks Is business Evangelistic' service ._.... 3.DO:
CARVER Y'S DAY NW 3nd ave and egad stj
manager and U planning sight
j Mr Marv Belle i is the
competent .
seeing trip guided tours and
CAMP OPEN I' : young lady with a m Htrieasing J. B. SMITH trips to Nassau which many of METROPOLITAN AMC
personality We are
MONDAYThe ELECTRIC5FRVICE the delegates are' looking forwardto Rev J. J. William, pastor
I rlea+rd that tiiin ta tn our arcs
therefore *e urge this eomimMil- noteholders in the community Sunday School ..._.._.._.._...... M.O
George Wahtoa4. Carver' i ty and a!' other to patf'ne! this 1 who have spare guest rooms Morning worship ........._.__ 110:
I available are requested' to contact Evening worship ......._.._.._ 7:00:
show
BranchMCA opeM Mt Day tore tr our appreciation Electrical Contractor the convention headquarters of.Ace .
Canr Ac<<" !ivitv M......,.. June 13 to the management lAd all con- ( wHIt time Information con-' BAPTIST
NEW MT. ZION
*t the branch corned who are giving our peoplea MOUSEWIRING '
e.rMai extra rooms The phone
This program i* ecpecially+ ar- break This store also hires "Don't Call us" number Is FR 4-OG9S. Rev. w. M. Mason pastor
ra *>d to suit the needs and aV- colored boys after" school Conprtulatkns cuss Rose and Mary Minter, reporter

Ire, of the yorngaiers M weir ss aM best wishes PHONE OX 1.3625 Sunday School ........-...... *30
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'>*.>e parenis )..roWOrship ..........W.. ... 11:00:
A get camping. acttvMy. a< b; being made far an Night or Day DO YOU HAVE A BTU .._._....._......__ 5:30
offeull. br the YMCA II wre to oW faliloaed pmx- at Virginia I livening worship ................ 7:00
aged yottAfrten the privile ofdemierMic Beaen July' 4 All members are -- --- DRINKNG PROBLEM?

living in the great i requested to attend next meeting ......II" ",,,,,,,,,,".""",_ MT. AARON BAPTIST
ovt-of-< i
stronger in body keener' in mind I Eugene K.-'*. 2W NW M i I ADDED INCOME 8410 N W. 15th Avenue

and nobler In character under st.. We4njday.. June 15 at 8 p.. I NO MONEY DOWN OR OX 1.1278 Rev Det C.Earl W Golden Scott,pastor clerk
tilee I a4 of trained ChrisThe
tian guidance rslkip. "*fly w announce th*. Heath BUILD ON YOUR LOT Sunday School ..._.._... 830
ul iur .4'tVetar'a father. Garfield NOW I Morning Worship ........ 1100eatng
Day Camp program (boys ClayloR who died last Friday I In Dade call OX 1-4505 ARE YOU INTERESTEDIN S-80
and girl- *} I( scheduled for ten Funeral servteas will! beheld Broward County I Worship .. 7:00

weeks and will be held at the at the Seventh Day Adven-' WA 2-9411 I MUSIC I Prayer m sting Tuesday .... 800:
headquarters of the YMCA The tiM Chufeh Thurwlay. June 9
fwam k deaigned primarily far Jut six weeks ago *.. anaojnced Write Percy H pLum Here's Your OpportunityAn Baptist .
w&rk iRe parents who desire to the death. of .her mother Our ARCHITECT ANDOUILOER Mt. Olive Missionary
nave their yous ners participate heartfelt empathy to Mrs. Atbae experienced university I I 492 N.W. 2nd Aw.

In. n erviscd program this '. Mullen and fanrfiy 871 NW 7th Street tech trained private,mNN c YOke instructor and piano will llailandale. Florida
*wmer. The business manager Carlton Hallandale Fla. Rev Benjamin Franklin, pastor
home The lessons
J letmns at
Crafts devotion archery cook Funky L- taking his family to your Rev C. C McClary. reporterEvening
(formerly of Nassau, Ban.) will be scheduled at your convenknre 8
outs
and Service pm
awlmming are among Kia"OA. Jamaica on vacation
1!he! many activities offered. June 20 T T f b gunasag I I
Camping I is educational, camp t Limit to 10 puptb Call NE 3-397)I Morning service ....... ._...._... lOOt
i ing. U recreational camping i* -- --- I Evening service ........ ..-.._....... 1:00

run and camping is wholosomeLM's BTU _._.._._..........-..........._._ 8-00
go camping! r t

For registration and other information -
Terrific Deal2bedroom New Testament, Nazarene
please vist the Carver -

Branch at 5770 NW 15th ave Sunday School ......._.._.__ 10:00
or call OX e-O:31. 1 bath enclosed Morning worship .........__ 11:00
porch Evangelistic' Service. ..__-... 8.00164S
N.W. lit Court

I Only $290 DownSee Lawrence Reddkk. pastor
J. F. DEAL STUDIO Masclla Reddlck, associate
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Phone FR 4-3054
I at ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.

307 N.W. 2nd Ave. 3114 NW 60th St.
Rev R. II Johnson pastor

W. copy and ."'Irg. pictures of Open Mr. Warren Clue Sw* Ung. reporter
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Sunday School ..._._.._.- WO
your loved ones at half prlct. .4 ., D ttrtaESt211 Morning Worship .._.... .. .... 11:00
/ 1..1:21:: rrr17 OX 1-6341 NA 1-6053
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OPA LOCKA BEAUTIES! CUSTOM BUILT

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TONIGHT te the night that'' -- PUT UP DEPOSIT. PICK YOUR LOT
Just what most DTW alumni are
chatting about. The Jlarkm JESCA CallingAll
Square ballroom will be the spot $995
for many acquaintance, old and ONLY DOWN
new. Eaeh year this affair climaxes Campers

and y' toe anticipated school year with much activities 111 there! Going camping Well 3bedrooms, CBS, rear all screened Florida room, built in GE oven and

enthusiasm. U you narrat re- Monday.. June 13 at 8 a.m. many range, circular driveway to carport. No closing costs. Only one mortgage .

reived your invite contact E. J. parents in our community wjjl be to pay.. See frnodeht N.W. 154th St. near N.W. 17th Ave. Small
Fieze downtown Miami Time sending their children for a summer
of fun at the James E. Scott deposit will hold lot.
Community Association Summer
JUNE 18 THE MONTH for
brides. Conjrrat are in order to Day Camp. Will yours be in that -" ___nn_
number* It's not too late to reg
f Remiida Taylor and Theodore' R.
Ilarrell They are mailing invitesto later them. Information may besecured Only $295 Down $495 Down
frwn the office of the
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their June 17th date Do-
James E Scott Brand new 3-bedroom CBS home in
Community Association
retha Davis, Holmes Elementary 2-bedroom. One mortgage only.
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by calling PL 84791. Carver Ranches.
Only one mortgageto
school and William Mln-
marm Large deep lot $20 week. See
1133 NW 66th st or directly from 3146
6:0: will exchange vows Sunday. the camp headquarters at 7200 pay. $85 month. NW 60th 5t. Painted in and outside.
June W at St. James Church NW 22nd See 4121 S.W. 22nd Street
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.t Nuptial ceremonies' and Max for
Lottie Major and Rev. Samuel For seven wonderful weeks '"
Browne at the Church of the In your children will enjoy all the $495 Down
carnation.IDA activities Liberty $395 Down
planned for their enjoyment City

HATCLIFFC. Brownsville ming out-door arts and cooking' crafts swim music Neatly. furnished, small home for 4-bedroom. Liberty City. Only one

high principal is in traction in and music appreciation informal couple. .Large deep Jot. One mort mortgage to pay. See 1528 NW 71st
Christian Hosp. And Jean Thomas, dramatics educational" tours gage. No closing costs $20 week pay St.
wife of the Judge, is there also and indoor-outdoor
games Any nil. See 1941A NW 58th St.
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fer minor surgery The new. child between the ages of 7 and
\y wed James Oherrys honeymooned 15 may attend. II II' 1 Opa Locka. Brand new. 3.bedroom
in Jacksonville this If you are' curious about a
week Lawyer and Mrs. Paul "Family Package that the James No closing costs. One mortgage CBS home
Adderley (Ullith Thompson) of E. Scott Community Association -
Nassau spent their honeymoonat is offering this summer: ask Only $395 Down Only $795 Down

Thursday the Carver night Hotel.for home.They left it for when our summer you register camp.your child $15 week pays all. More right in. Very $88 ;monthly.. See 1730 NW 154th St.

cute home for couple. See 7531 NW 1961 NW 153rd St.

THE SORORITIES and fraternities Gibson to SpeakAt 15th Ave. I
in Tampa banded together -
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and for
bought a place 3-bedroom CBS. Brand new. Liberty
their meetings" and entertain
ments. It's called Greek House. P. Household of Ruth No Only $495 Down City.

Miami could use something. like 1363 will have its fifth anniversary bedroom home --furnished.: Liberty. $995 Down
that. How about it Pan Hellenic tea June 12. Father Theo ,
Council? ? ? Stanley Sweetingand dose R Gibson rector" of Christ City. Close to buses. One mortgage to Shower doors. Venetian blinds, utili
Willie Lamar have opened Episcopal: Church, will be guest pay. Move right in. See 2321 NW ty room. Nice. See 1820-1830 NW
their public relations office In speaker.: The scene of this tea 59th St. 70th SLNorth
the Modern Theatre building will be at the Elks flest. 329 NW
16th teen' 4 to 8 p.m. Father
WEST PALM BEACH haa a Gibson is one of our most outstanding
real sharp' modem motel owned NAACP leaden. The I $495 Down Miami Beach beauties! See
'by a Negro corporation. Real first public is InvHed. 1523 NE 152nd St. 3-bedrooms, 2
class all the way Anniversaries Mrs Edna Mapp is Most Noble Buys this 'very cute small home for baths, oven and
l in June: 8, The Oscar Edwards Governor and Mrs Florence Setter couple with large Florida room. See range.
; 10. Mr. and Mrs James Worthy RecorderCOSMETICS' 5916 NW 23rd Ave. $795 Down
Johnson Jr.; 1%. Th* Willis Mur-
rays Birthdays: 1%. Frank A M 11 .
Holland. Ira Blossom. Gloria M.
Braynon. Ernestine Jackson; 15, VISIT OR CALL TODAY
Margaret Moncur. Elouise Eve; I AJ.o
18", Mary Holts; 17. Margaret Miami Times
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D. Portlock Willie Nicholson YUkon 3-5681
M. S. Thomas Bertha James
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Is dated for June wedding 23. ceremony i 201 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 7.1645PI.



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