The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 18, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00220

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2 Cops Jailed in Num.Payoff-_ L I

Amos C. Roundtree 11. of 110
NW 57th It. and Clyde df. rt-.
28. of 1014 NW lilt st, were arrested
I in Woman's BeatingA Thursday night and cberg-

Postpone Hearing ed from with known attempting numbers to t backers>k bribes i&

a home at 1289 NW 00th st.
hearing far. Assistant Chief J. A. Tonsil
who claims her ,said the two were caught In ...
young woman and that she act He said a coordinated. two-
life was threatened Leads For
was savaifely beaten by a white' L. Brooks fight Weds investigation led to the uncovering
been Indefinitely of the alleged shakedown.
man the spurned u .

Attorneys postponed.for KM. Jo Ana Turner I Roundtree is an eight-year vet-

23. of 6123 6W Cftth terr Negro PlaygroundsI wan on fee force and Finch baa
MM Wednesday' they had azkeJPeace served' for three years.
Justice Ruth Sutton for The two officers have been on
the postponement to permit their L. Brooks oft criticized head LIBERTY CITY TO GET pool in the liberty City area. I the spot for the put several
partially paralyzed' client to recuperate of Bonded' Collection Agency, leda POOL NEXT YEAR I I The $50.000 pool will probably months because they were said to-
In Christian bo pItal. one roan fight against the Metro I be located on the NorBnresternHigh I be in the group who offered information -
State Attorney Rkbard Oer Commission tots week for more After Commissioner B. K. School cssnpus or in thai I to city officials several
stein said he would hare an invettljrator recreaUonal. faculties for Negro Hearn's recommendation the Miami 'I area of NW 12th and Wi st I months ago on alleged bribes and
City Commission voted appropriation will be included Innext payoffs involving white Miami
at he hearing to de'termine children.
if any phase of the rue Thursday to build a nrianrningl I I years budget. I I police bran
Brooks was nighty
entailed a violation of state law. --
Mrs. Turner said! the man see city and Metro officials who hare
8ted her the evening of May 29 lone norlected the acquisition ofplsycrounds
after following her In his ants A and swimming pools Morticians Association Meets HereSix ,
complaint to the police was followed for Miami4: Negro dt1 m'7.

by the man's arrest and Brooks let his disgust for the
later dismissal of the assault i situation be known at a budget The S eharies; in South Miami City hearing when the Metro Parks the Florida Morticians Association .I to be held In the US Room of ate
Court Committee recommended' appro. will meet in Miami June. 21 Sir John Hotel. Speaker of the-
Three times in one day after n1 of a Joint school plan to erect through June 23. Some 200 State occasion will be Judge I* K.
the cnurt ease. Mrs. Turner said two giant recreational: areas.I Morticians plus members of their I Thomas of the Municipal Court
white men appeared outside her Each win contain a 10,000 seat families aDd ladies auxiliaries of the highlights of the
home." and told her.our.. fonnadie. stadium track and ball diamonds will meet and play at the Sir gore days of business sessions
with swimming pools added later. John Hotel, which' is also serving I '
discussion The
will be a panel on
The following day. she said, .
for the con.clay
headquarters "
she was attacked in her bade Brooks said be will try to block ,as I Ned' for a Girl's Town CXJDI -
yard by a man she iras. "positive" the plans until something is done Y I ducted b7 the ladies auxiliary-
was the assailant who acocstedrter tor colored children t The opening session of the I which Is headed by Mrs. M. S.
on the street meeting win be held at Greater Allen and Mrs., Athalie Range of
She was beaten wtth a chair Nothing was said about limiting Bethel A. M. E. Church an/1 the Miami Girls Town is a proposed
and a bride.SCHOOL. the areas to white because the public os cordially invited. I In. I educational' and recreational
county' attorney has ruled that H. Haile of Camden S. C. area to be built near Orlsftdo.
SUIT Negroes are entitled to use all is president of the National Florida for the care of wayward
county recreational areas. But Morticians Association will deliver girls. A statewide fund raising
FLED IN VOLUSIA the location in totally white areas the keynote address. Over drive for the project will be dls-
render the facilities almost useless 1,000 persons. are expected to be cussed slso. Mrs Allen is president
COUNTY to Netft& present for this pubUa meeting. of the state Il l1la 17.
Oscar iiUhnan of Jacksonville, The County morticians have
LAND Local School: president of the Florida Association planned for the final entertainment -
Board attorneys defended Flori Jacksonville to slay the Integration will preside. an aquatic she* at the pool
da's Pupil Assignment Law Wednesday suit until an earlier suit w The highlight I of the meeting of the Sir John
the School Board is .
in an answer to a Federal brought
Court suit seeking integration settled in the state courts.
of Voluita County public- schools. The motion also asked that I
Attorneys John R. Oodbae and part of the suit filed by an NAACP .t r for Human
earlier this month be 9 Committee
Warren IU11 mailed. a motion to attorney if
the Federal District Court In thrown out.

(Dignity Calls MeetingThe

Attend National Dade County Oommitte

I Mtb ....... <'.., for Human Dignity is sponsoring: :
a meeting for all community
Student Council l Meet \ leaden oo Thursday, June 23 ate

p-m. The meeting will be held

at the Mt Zion Baptist Church.
Haxel S. Simmons and Mrs. Hazellaucu
Grant of B. T W. accom- NW There are two main reason
Miss Anne Hiou
panted Regina and James and why such a gathering is Gaut
st. has won a
w.11: attend the conference: : and for summer' study in the called First to broaden the ..... '
sponsorss wortcabop. city of Havana. A modern tral committee; and to solicit &

The: theme ibis year will be age major at TaHadega larger annuity opinion fun dti-on
Moss Rlou was both a state matters: concerning the
The Student Council -.Our
of all of people.
Answer for Action. regional winner in an essay tenatap rsjhU
Second to mates titans Initiateaction
test on democracy '
.. ... -<__ .... ---- "''1IIIIIIl_ a Cuban or AtzatkC. and to formulate any
strategy within legal limits vtring >
4 .. stout JcsUo* alike for aQ
>e 6 NEGROES of the dwellers in Dade County.

AMONG 111 The man rasher die stanr1fn up, than to
3,r f'"ja{ SUPERIORTEACHERS lire forever bowing down,* knew
K 3 = BTW'r' the meaning of freedom. God Is no
reepector of pSr* OS, but we must
all be respecters of (Sod. We can
teachers in Negro do this only wham we are free.
k are among the 111 rated Otherwise, we cannot serve lidos
Dade School Board u in spirit and in truth. We urge
and granted an extra $600 you to come to this mavtiog and
leadership, fttand up
prove your
board approved .
.. The list at to. the world c4 let every nan
eer increments' from a "
know that you want to fee
least 10
with at
JOttlVCTTI ; Uid
REGINA rather Theodore C&soo | asspokesman
Mats President experience. Official: approval I & for the comm1 '.**.
also given to a $200 raise
James Erwin, president ftf tat teachers. for -
Student Council at Booker T -
Washington lilA School and B.- The six Ire Cassia t D.I tended fear ,radue Uoa.O1.ber .
special education; Alma I *
Jollivttte of Northwestern. Miamtanft apaduan
gtoa ::1 : re
president of tie Fla. State fitadsatCoundk. Frank O. Martin : & .:from Howard were Leo State**
laft this mantes toe Gladys R. Johnson. at'doctor of laws; Arthur J CoUi*r
Janesvmav W! otuin, to attaodtb Evans; Sadie Johnson |Jr, bachelor G 4<< divinity; Can L'Murray .
1------ JAMES IRVIN, Park; Maggie Scott LS!!! I adQc
24th assoal National AaiodU at- : UcJior ofL ,
attn of fiiudsat .aDGa.: Um. T, Woo lpPrea I. vans andABaae Taylor

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.. ....... ...... --" Vacationing in Calif.Mrs. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
Along Freedom's Road Iva Hopkpins Is vacationing -
In Los Angeles, where she attended -

-- By RUTH PERRY of her daughter the graduation Vivian exercises Lenore Rallies Prior to

- ..... or- ... ......... I>.A ..., who was one of two Negroes receiving Rights
B. S. in occupational
The last Sew day have been try to put It into everyday! pray a
June 9 from the University
full of graduation exercises." All tice. Here in the south because therapy on
over the country young people of our sectional mores and traditional of Southern California. Political ConventionsNEW
bare been graduating from junior customs: we have been
high high school and college. living in another way. Many
Thinking about these milestones people through the yean have YORK Mass rallies -.........-
In countless young peoples lire, said this was not democratic but sponsored by local NAACP branches -
makes us realize: once again that it was not until the 'Supreme in Los Angeles and Chicago In Los Angeles where the
education is one of the basic fundamental Court speaking for all America # wlU be held Just prior to the Democrats convene, the rally will
rights of mil children in said in effect: ,- opening of the Democratic and be held on Sunday afternoon,
a democracy. Our states, our people our Republican national conventions, July 10. Invited. to address the
sections of the country make up Roy Wilkins executive secretary session are Senator John T.
FOUNDATIONS OP the United States. We have different of the National) Association for Kennedy, Stuart Symington,
DEMOCRACYThe customs in different sections the Advancement of Colored Lyndon B. Johnson. Invitations
Supreme Court in 1934 of our land but that is good. People announced this week. have also been sent to Adlai
further interpreted this basic and right when these customs Stevenson Senator Hubert Humph
right of all children: in a democracy add to the strength of America r The long planned rallies "Kill ) and party chairman Paul
to have an education. u a whole. It gives Americans afford tportunity: for Negro citizens Butler.
The court stated that by putting incentive vision more abilities, to let party candidates and
children in separate schools because talents and different ways of doing leaders know directly what they The four Negro Democratic
of their color or race :was and accomplishing things. But expect by way of civil rights in members of the House of Representatives
not only undemocratic; but harm when these customs begin to adversely the party platforms. Supplementing are also being Invited.
ful and detrimental to the child- affect the country as a the rallies will be picket They are Representatives Adam
rens growth and development.The whole when one section's customs : lines around the convention halls Clayton Powell (NY), William L.
Supreme Court set forth the and mores deprive a certain announced, here this week by A. Dawson (ilL). Charles C. Dlggs
principle of democracy as appliedto proportion of their citizens of Philip Randolph and the RevDr (Mich, and Robert N. C. N1.xCPa.
fnsblic school education and rights due them as Americans Martin Luther King Jr. .)
also gave us a pattern to follow then it is time for that section of
dtfkult be sure but one symbolizing the country to remember principle -
the highest degree of and start In practicing hand Vivian a former honor student
democratic living. begin to. remedy old faults of Dorsey High will now affiliate -
Our democracy was not easily with all the traditional American at the Rancho Los Amigos STAR MEAT MARKET
won and the birth of freedom in spirit at their! command. Rehabilitation Center in Downey
of our countrywas
the early days Call.
paid for with sacrifices, OLD WAYS SEEM THE Accompanying Mrs. Hopkins to
dedication and moral purpose. ONLY WAYIt Los Angeles was her niece, Jean 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
But because of our early struggle could be that In the South Marie Rolle and Miss Barbara I.
been old habits! and of thought
freedom and equality ways Beckett, niece of Mrs. J. Mann.They .
the strong rocks upon which out have become so engrained into expect to return to the
country baa grown. Another of. southerners' nrays and patterns
city on THE MARKET
our strongest American characteristics : of living that 1b hard to tell
has been the fact that whether they do or think certain
from our earliest history we have things because they really believe Why be Out of Style? .
made of the United States a haven them whether they are doIng -
and place of opportunity for it bcaute someone told themit Let us convert your double-
all !peOple people of all races was the way to act. or whether breasted suit to a single breasted Fresh Meat-Low Prices
all customs, all creeds and all they keep' on doing them because narrow lapel $11 up.
colors. their parents and grandparentsdid Yeur Smiling Tailors. 917 NW
them and they are too lazyor 3rd Ave Reuben Hepburn Prop.
THE AMERICAN QUALITY too indifferent to make the indl
Because we are a nation symbolizing effort required to effect an entirely
freedom and equality,I new way of living in the -- ---
made up of people with many I south.
backgrounds and heritages this A tremendous challenge still
characteristic h** given the United remains In the south. We can 16
States its particular and unique meet this challenge in the true p
place among the rest of the nations American spirit with courage
of the world. This American foresight end planning or rare can w4 f t'
quality has caused people of kfv on listening to the voices of '
4 .
many backgrounds to pioneer dissension hatred bigotry and tan LMM
work make homes, found families intolerance. 1Ia not enough that ft +
live and achieve. These acme of us are ready to proceed 4k !
people have given to our country along the path of cooperation ; tp
their abilities, talents and With other American citizens. We err
strength u well as their love and cannot rid our country of racial t"Me
faith. These people are Americans hatred and intolerance If we allow -
and to describe them in an ourselves to be Inactive in F
other way, they are America. the face of harmful reactionary
When the Justices of the Supreme prejudices of others.
Court gave their cpinlon Some time ago' the Commission a
on desegregation in public school on Justice and Peace of the Central L'w
education they were speaking for I Conference of American
the people of America. They were 'Rabbis made this public statement -
spaking nut only for you and me "We cannot rest until we I ,, '
living here in South Florida for have done all in our power to ..k
our cousins living in Texas, for educate our fellowmen and women -
Mrs. Jones' brother living in Kansas and help to reconstruct our
for the New England States society toward equality." Until
-but they were speaking for all all of us in the South recognize w
of us. and interpreting our constitution this statement to be true, the r-
for us. American dream will not become
a reality for all citizens.

Americans are again faced .
jwtth, a hard and difficult problem COSMETICSMiami
as >w. have faced many problemsin ,... ,,
the past Now 111 the problem ,
of putting the American Times NewspaperCall

principle of democracy. into practice YUkon 3-5681
In our public schools. A principle .
can be laid down but the ANDni" :
problem usually. arises when we



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to March on SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1960 PAGE 7

Education Award Mrs. Dorothy Graham daughterof
Mrs. Mae Foster a popular

Conventions for Rights Stand MIn Patricia Delore Worthy Leach dub member.

of 1000 NW 63rd .t.. was recent
17 awarded: the Leach Art and

AH presidential candidates were Culture Club's Education Award.ftC"elYlDt J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone
$25 in cash from the
Informed today that Negroes and
whites will march in massive all-wotnen group Mrs. (Helen FR 4-3034
( a Rathblott Offers Sites, Jones Is president of the club.
demonstration around
the Democratic
and Republican Party- The presentation was made by 307 N.W. 2nd Aye

Conventions demanding a clear Ws copy and tnlarge picture sfytir
stand on Civil Bi=hta. A. Phillip
Randolph president of the Brotherhood in Mizpah N. J. BRAND NEW lived ..," at half prtee.

AFLr-dO.. .. of Seeping and' the Rev.Car Porters Martin Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath Wt Make All Kinds .f Plctaree

Luther King Jr. president of the and garage, oak floors, till
f. who friendly
rces are
Southern Christian Leadership who also are deslrious of make roof, buiii-in electric kitchen
Conference, announced that the world better to
ing this a place
demonstrators will demand that ; live and that all humans regardless 1354 N.W. 59th St. Electrical Repairs

both parties and all candidates : -., of race color or creed, Open >.s p.m. JE SOW a Stoves
repudiate segregationists within s.:a.J i have equal' opportunities to )
Heir ranks or any *x>litlcal alL- \ prosper and enjoy the fruits of We Build No Money Small Appliances (|

ancet with segregationists. i this modem age." i DownWe Outdoor Lighting \

In a press conference' Ran. Hi-FI and Stereophonic
dolph and King announced that 't W. T. GRANTS have Iota to build in I Speaker Installed
during their many travels across
the country numerous inquiries :..rii. ENDS LUNCH BIAS Liberty City area GEORGE INGRAHAM
were made of them concerning 135 x 195 Corner
the equivocation of both parties A 'IN NASHVLLENew Cash paid for lots or hornet FR 3-10SI
on the issue of Civil Rights. In

response to these repeated demands ....,.. 4'i. York City CORE executive SEYMOUR BARON 1- .--
that something be done .0. secretary James R. Robinson Lictn.*sl. BMiitfer' Insure
this election year to get the political expressed "great gratifica I Advertise It Pays!
parties to recognize that the tlon" that thet the W T Grant I
Negro people want freedom now. store in Nashville had agreed togo
they had wired prominent community N Racist* of n-idcVph.a:: : along with a fair serving policy FOR .
leaders Negro and white *and deveder: philanthropist
in Los Angeles and Chicago ask and tunun.Ur.sn at the age 74 HOME FENCES FLORIDA
is a human dynamo Many younger Six other Nashville stores had
ing their cooperation in the
changed their lunch counter policy
of men find it impossible> to keep
On The
"March up hu pace and his test for liv beginning May 9. Grant, however
Movement For held out against the change, The Man t see it .
Freedom ing. In capsule form he is described ,
Now! The millions 01NelJ'Wl
as a bundle of energy Jim Peck CORClator editor '
who are denied the right with one aim in life. "To make then entered into discussoisn F. W. Reynolds ;
to vote' in the South .
are appealing wing easier for the oppressed. with the national office of Grant.,
to the people! of Los Angelesand New York City CORE began to i I I. .
RepresentativeYEARS '
Chicago to represent them The media he is using to accomplish picket and boycott' Harlem Grant 12 J Factory
before the ConVf'DUonathe Negro his life long aim is the stores on May 20. OF EXPERIENCE AND .
leaders said. -We believe that internalstnally Known developments ,
U the candidates and parties expect for all races at Mizpah. N On June d. Mr Charles Rlvoire, KNOWMOWIIT'S GOOD TO KNOW '
Negroes and their White J Outstanding leaders of the secretary of the company informed I THE RIGHT, PRODUCT TO BUY AN 1
friends to have any confidence' in race, long rrcugnlw Mr Rath CORE that "Based on experience ADDED ADVANTAGE TO KNOW THE
them they must make a forthright blotfs dedicated aim and paid of the last few weds, all of vr r
him public tribute and honor .
declaration that racial she luncheonette facilities in our:
and discrimination in hrougheut the country.As Nashville store are now integrate Estimates Phone

any farm is unconstitutional, on.American early as 192*. Rathbtott wa I and immoral The Supreme elected to a life time membership << .
ready to a..btO\I in making FHA Trfs N Money Down Up ts
Court decision
on integration in the National Baptist Con
can become the law of vention. Inc The beloved late similar. constructive' policy 10 Menthe t 0 Pay
the land and the elementary requirements Ir U K. Williams presided over changes." in other communities uwell.
of democracy b* sat- lit historic meeting when the
Lifted only if both parties repu election of Rsthblott to the mrmbersnjp --- -
diate the minorities in their as its Ant Jewish member
ranks who have combined' in had the unanimous approval
For The Finest Moderate Rates Call
Apartments at
Washington to thwart the Supreme of the delegates frrsent' t

Court decision' and the cry Only recently. Rathblott said.
for Justice of the Negro people"la 'That while he has only a limited .
number of lots remaining at BONDED COLLECTION
passing a hallow civil rights
his Micpah Development and normally
bill this year "Coft 'N6l1\an of : hf should feel that his
both parties conspired to deprivethe hiMion in life was accompttshed.
Negro of his right to vote," however in this day and age we
the leaden said. Therefore, beta And ouT selves living in a hectic!
turtles must be held: responsiblefor world and btfotry runs rampant AGENCY Inc.
this sellout net only of the because there k still the element' ;
Negro people but of American ttotuajh in a minority, who would ;
democracy as a whole. like to loft the Negro and the Jew! .,
placed on a secondary status.
Randolph and King declared Our history books are an Indelible at
that "no candidate for the presidency record' of the shameful treatment .
has measured up to the which haw been inflictedupun <<
courage of the Negro students in the two minority, groups of The largest collection and rental '
the South. AU of them have looked he world Thinking people" are
the other way when their par- at a loss (in their attempt to find
ties have tolerated racists or justification for the actions t>( agency in the South; operating in ., '
made deals with racists. We are the past and more important for
going' to send a list of questionsto the preaurt eonflidta Which' we Dade and Broward Counties'
all the candidates We are going rrad about daily in connectionwith I
to demand specific answers the segregation Question IIts Housing
Negro areas
fur these reasons that I feelthat
and a specific program of implementation. I
my wcrk is not done and that
The time of
compromise -
this adversity to democratic freedom
and empty generalities is I must be fought with all our t, L, BROOKS President
over. The time for action is now. hearts and by a unification of the
The heroic students of the South
have shown the way and the least I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
we can do is to carry their demands
and those of all Negroes 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

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E. 8IOI3MUND REEVES EdlterGarth .
C. A.e.H. Managing Editor and ButlnoM Manager

p; :; .. HrcotM rteui-Matter, Angut D, HKTT, at tb. *.;t OffU ABOUT.
at MUtnl. .9orkI under the act of Marta .t. tare_ TALKING
)teenbcr of t. AMorUted Negro PIYMof

1Ntwber the National Newspaper PublUher' AMndatloa

Editor spent Tuesday in West Palm Beach vWt-
anJ relatives and friends. Accompanying him were Willie GRAND OPENING
JUttles and Russ Jollivctte. son-in-law and grandson.
Church; Mr. and Mrs Simeon Mather, Mrs. Roslyn l .
Sweeting and mother, Beatrice St'lesIr.. and Mrs. Clifford SECTION 3 -
Thurston and Henry E. McKinney owner of the Dun p
bar Sundry Shop. McKinney, a former member of the Miami .
Times staff is doing well. lie finds it hard to keep --
his hands out of printers ink. so often helps out a friend WARRANTY DEED INSURABLE TITLE
of hU who operates a job printing shop in Riviera. -
The main purpose of our visit was to see the new Thousands of your friends made big money in Hampton
Ebony Motel, managed by John Stevens. Acres- Tracts sold for $395 are now worth $6,000

The motel Is a two-story building with 22 units. Your last chance to buy at these low, low prices-21/:
They are well furnished and in good surroundings.It .
I is owned by a Negro corporation. acres are equal to 18 city lots.
Future plan* include a swimming pool and a recreation .
building- The motel is a mile north of West Palm

Beach.Delegates attending the State Medical Association

June 14. 15 and 16 were guests at the Ebony. '. HAMPTONCOLLIER -
Met Jack Moore of Atlanta, representative of the
Coca-Cola Co. at the Ebony. He Is quite an interesting

visited the Florida Photo News published by
Mrs. Mary Williams. She was! a teacher for more than 21
y a",. She finds newspaper work interesting and is enjoying


Sunday, June 17 the St. John Institutional Baptist
Church of :Miami, one of the most outstanding in our city DEVELOPERS OF DEVELOPERS OF
celebrates its 54th anniver ary. HAMPTON PARK ACRES j HAMPTON ACRES
, On thin occasion the Miami TimeA takes the opportunity AND AIRPORT GARDENSWASHINGTON
of extending congratulations and best wishes for PARK TRUMAN CITY
continued success.We .
have felt keen interest in St. John for more than THE EST LAND BUY IN 10 YEARS
40 years IU former pastor, the late Rev. J. W. Drake
was a friend of the editor of the Miami Times and aIM a Written up in the PITTSBURGH COURIER and
real' supporter and nursemaid for the Times during its in
fancy. The Rev. Mr. Drake left a lasting memorial not MIAMI TIMES
only in the fine brick church, the only one of its kind in I
Miami, but also in the hearts of hundreds whom he nerved FULL PRICE
and helped. I
ilia successor the Rev. Thedford Johnson, has foi-
lowed in his footsteps. lie took up where the Rev. Drake) 21 $10Acre
left off and has shown hU capability.He f
is progressive, amiable, loved by his congregation I $395
and held in high respect In the city and state.
I t Acre Tract
President Eisenhower has received a very warm welcome -
in Alaska and the Phillipines. I SECTION 3 NOW SELLING
There was no fear about him being welcomed in
Alaska and at Manila where he spent three days. DON'T SAY "I 1 WISH I HAD BOUGHJ"
Next stop was to be Japan. This is the country where
extra precaution is being taken by the Tokyo government,
and ecret service men, there is no certainty of what might 2Yz ACRES ARE EQUAL TO 18 CITY LOTS
The President, nearing three-score and ten is provIng (55x100 Each)
to the world that he is not easily frightened, and was
determined to carry out his plans for visiting oar World OVER 500 TRACTS SOLD IN TWO MONTHS TO YOUR FRIENDS
War II enemy, but noW considered oar friend. AND NEIGHBORS
S However warm the welcome might be, there will be
jeers, sneers riots, etc. if the pattern of reception given e WARRANTY DEED NO
hk press secretary James C. Hagerty followed. o COSTS
However the authorities in Japan have been pres. NO TAXES TILL PAID
cured into withdrawing the invitation to the President ad CITY TAXES
they could not guaranty him protection. The President
visited Formosa and will go to Korea before returning
home. thisHampton.ColIie

Eastern Airlines is out of business temporarily. Six
hundred pilots refused" to fly the planes with federal opportunity to buy Acresacreage
flight inspectors in the cockpit" The strike is said to be,
unauthorized, but it has gone on since Sunday in spite of 195 N.W. 14th Street
orders from the union for return to work. More than ridiculous low
2.600 pa&engers were stranded in Miami on Saturday and prices In The Barber College Building

59 flights were cancelled. The strike went on in Detroit. and terms! TELEPHONE FR 3-1725
Boston, Cleveland. Minneapolis and some other cities.
National and other airlines o'ut of Miami are doing Office also at Trail Center" at Dade
capacity business. The company reports it !is suffering County-Collier County Line" on Rt 41orne.
damage of m million dollars daily. .1 1
National Airlines 300 pilots are now threatening atxike. I I 1 1 I 1i"I

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SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1960 PAq-Ef!

.Y .
Personal MentionThe jet for Jamaica to attend the funeral
of her brother on Thursday
wedding of Ruth Russell of She will return on the weekend.

Nassau, and Kenneth weed of
Kansas City. Mo. was solemnis
ed at the Kirk Church of Scot Gets D.D.S. DegreeRobert
land in Nassau on Saturday,
June 11. B. Hayling received' a

Mrs. Speed ;was formerly at the degree in dental surgery' at the
telecommunications' as supervisor 83th commencement' exercises of
of Overseas and Mr. Speed na* Mcfcarry Medical! Collage, ttajb-
IS service 'With the
yean post ville, Tenit On hand to witnessthe
office< in Kansas qty
ceremony' were his wife
The couple who spent several Athea (Wake) and his parcma,
days as guest at the Carver Hotel the Charles C. Haylings of Florida
in this city will make their A and M. Dr. Hayling U a 11.1-
= At r !'tomeIn Kansas City at 3028 tine of Tallahassee.Advertise
a Wabash ave.

airs Loretta Nook, 1381 NW
It I
67th it, left Wednesday by PAA Pays t



Wash W, Wear Short Sleeve Sport Shirt

(value to $1.98) $1.19 ea. ............ 2 for $2.25

Men'a Boxer Shorts, asst. designs ............ 48c pr. |

Men's,Sox (Kef. value 29c), 21c pair, 5 pain .... 1.00

Girls 2-piece Playsuits, act ....HH.H..H.............. 92c

_' Many other specials on sale

Gamma Rbo's .:..'? C'rater service, greater pro NEW SHOP-1486 N.W. 71st Street
U;;$. y : "",,",
New OfficersGamma Standing: Soron Naomi retry, Open Frl. and St Till 9 p.m.
Gwendolyn Barnett Cherry, Sara JUST 8ROWSIN'
Delta Sigma e* gross 1 I :!terry, Rub,. Thomas. EugenJ
Gamma Rho Sorority, craw and VJUams' Verneka S. Silva By PAUL R. HENRY
installed three new ottoow 'lur\ lutherlne Strapp, Alkne V.
ing a closed I banquet .* "torlette's -l ".,lor. Roberta J. Thompson and
Tea Room. k.Cunice Liberty. Your Browser has been going
Sorer Haicl L. Grant aw s ew- alotv with Metro from its beginning CBS Home For SaleOPEN
17 ejected' basileus.' Is a cyanic, Seated: Vera Austin Hazel 1* but If reports that Metro
and capable leader. SUi i di- :rant Evelyn W. Mincy, Veknal want to 1nt'Tt'a.etaxn on homes
rrctor of Student Actrrtle* at ,lurd. Grace Smith Soror Davis at an average of $100. it will seem SUNDAYThis
Booker T. WaAingtsi figh 't ante D. Lewis and Carctha W. as tf there is time for a change.
.'awL .
Sorer Grant'i baste pattvt! If I i ia a lovely home with many extras, 2 bedrooms
If u is said there are so many,
grew"Greater for Service Sigma-All GhlMlf aorwB' t"Yf'>Pro '(Carver Branch I II potpie not paying taxes why not with a beautiful Florida room which can be used for
pledged their sisterrt! i see to it that everybody who: third bedroom. Very large front porch,. hurricane
I(Begins: Learn to I I rfMMjki pay, do so. Then maybe it awning and fenced yard. For comfortable living,
Soror Roberta Thorn)........ the i will not be necessary to increasethe
newly elected corrcspoMtum secretary .'' Swim ClassesThe I II I ones who do pay. Certainlynet come to 3046 NW 59th St. Sunday and see for your
is a special edvcatton I I at the rate of $20 per thou- leI(. You can move in with $1,000 down.
teacher at PbyilU WheatMqr De G W. Carver Brandt: sand. Be Safe, Not Sorry. We can finance your automobile
mentary school, Coror Ttna*.on. 'MCA began its summer siroung -
is deeply admired for ...* fall, classes last Wednesday at liability insurance on easy monthly payments.GOODMAN'S .
play attitude all she ar.a We he Dixie Pool under the super- Luther Brooks, manager of
predict for Sigma progrsa untold I s lion; of a capable instruction Bonded Collection Agency threat
because of her CCIXMCI** e-f.'. tan A satisfactory croup of ens to block plans for two new REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
forts. I, uuagfters were in attendance recreational areas in Dade County
Sorer Evelyn Mlncy. we m wlj I i or their first time at a swimming until something is don for Ne. 2688 N.W. 62nd St. Phone OX 1.0380
elected' episUkus, bas pledged to I. lass cro children. Thank you, Mr.
keep Sigma duly) informed at all According to the Carver "Y"* Urouks.
time Sorer Mlncy .is head of the staff. classes will convene every Your Browner 'will not object to I
English Department at Booker T 'edneday and Friday at the Negroes I
ftese two areas, providing
Washington lUgh. pool Any f rent desirious of their ue them and they ahould'I I i
The sorors of Gamma Uelta youngsters rt1iYt< have pledged' their support to bv visiting the Carver YMCA at UN
these persona a* they endeavor to S-.o: NW 15th ave or call OX
: Mayor Robert King liar has who
I a kt>d for a survey of the city
I DELTAS PRESENT HEARING AIDS building department practice of
issuing permit Igor "one family live instyle.
houses with boarding house hallays. -]!

I The Rev iTieodore Gibson has
.. .
: been calling the attention of the
'I authorities to the slackness of
and unlawful construction being
dine in the northwest section of '
:ET I .Mo arm and Coconut Crave 4

Iva's Beauty SalonIn 1

New LocationOne

of the city's most popular 1/f
beauty emporiums, Iva'a BeautyS
,: n, formerly. operating from
1U27 NW 3rd ave. announce its
7- .1 new oration of operation u of (

.! 4 this weekend. l

The now location, 1128 NW 3rd
4 # ave, (in the Modern Theatre
Dutid.it/: ) puts us IA a more COA-
vcnjmt and choice atmosphere to
better serve our customers and

uki'1:: many friends.Iva's .
; ; Beauty. Salon will continue
: to give to the public the
--., .. best service our operators have
I ., t.) offer We are fully equfeped
t ,.I + e for this service and cordially invite
( the general public to come
4 \ ,,- in at any tine to inspect the our GORDON GIN

I toI FY M.C' with facilities our personnel and become acquainted demand

j;I r Our operators Include Mea-
j I.t11a
dames Martha Lamar, Linnie Hall V tat fern a taste. for r.MJAlJlJ/f
and Minerva Martin. They'd be atom. always ask for uvn0d r!

moot happy to converse wife you iI .&*nOe Loodon Dry Gin.So '
at any time, whether if* for an
appointment or otherwise lira. aaprtofh sad dry,. =r
Iva Bullard is the owner off neb 4eDcia flavor' ,.. .

'The Miami: Alumnae Chapter ofDelta r' 3 nnan, to the following students __ ,.. cu; .Ja111 JnA10HT1 _
Spa Theta Sorority Inc, : f
has as one cf its annual project VerneUa Bryant 7th grade. 60231.
the awarding of a bearing aid to Mays Hijfc. Mrs. Blanche Smith Young people of all age are .... tr a. iDr (GORDON* '
some student in the county teacher eligible to attend these claase
schools. SUrley Joan Jackson, 5th grade I I whufc leave the Y at t:3O am.
This year the aids presented by Kvyllis Wheatley School, lira- and return at 11:43 am. oneach lit;_tIM MI6i1- .......-I Ml (4t". .lIIUB9Ull4Sigma
14:.. Nathaniel Colston, project Frances Cause, teacher Wednesday and Friday.

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at 1112 N.W. TMrd Ave., Miami Florida.-Ph.n FR S2SI FLORIDA
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avtnu*-Ption. OX 1-0441 ALL

H. E. 8IOI8MUND REEVES I Garth C. Rttvr, Managing Editor and BwtlnoM Mini,.,

K.lea4 *. PteetM4 HMM-Mattrr. August 0. 1027, at tb.. lMt Offlr* ABOUT.
at MUml, .'0,..... under the act of March K, IB7 IS TALKING

Metnb.r nf the Aw dated Nebo Pr.s1Mctaber

C\i'the National- NVwufwptr PnblUher Aavwiatloa

Ye Editor spent Tuesday inVest Palm Beach vl.. t- OPENINGI
sing relatives and friends. Accompanying him were Willie GRAND
/Littles and RUM Jollivette. son-In-law and grandson.We .
called on Fr. and Mrs. Lambert: Sands of St Pa*-
rick' Church; Mr. and Mrs. Simeon Mather Mrs. Ro lyn
Sweeting and mother Beatrice Styles, Mr. and Mrs. Clif- SECTION 3 -
ford Thurston and Henry E. McKinney owner of the Dun p pWARRANTY
bar Sundry Shop. McKinney, a former member of the Miami -
Times staff Is doing well. He finds it hard to keep v--
his hands out of printers ink. so often helps out a friendof DEED INSURABLE TITLE
hU who operates a job printing shop in Riviera.
The main purpose of our visit was to see the new Thousands of your friends made big money in Hampton -
Ebony Motel managed by John Stevens. AcresTracts sold for $395 are now worth $6,000

a The motel Is a two-story building with 22 units. --Your last chance to buy at these low, low prices-2V2
They are well furnished and In good surroundings.
It In owned by a Negro corporation. acres are equal to 18 city lots.
Future plans include a swimming pool and a recreation -
building. The motel is a mile north of West Palm

Beach.Delegates attending the State Medical Association

June 14. 15 and 16 were guests at the Ebony. HAMPTONCOLLIER -
Met Jack Moore of Atlanta, representative of the
Coca-Cola Co. at the Ebony. He is quite an interesting

person.We visited the Florida Photo News published by
Mrs Mary Williams. She was a teacher for more than 21
) a"". She finds newspaper work interesting and (Is enjoying


Sunday June 17 the St. John Institutional Baptist
Church of Miami, one of the most outstanding in our city DEVELOPERS OF DEVELOPERS OF
celebrates its 54th anniversary.On ACRES
, this occasion the Miami TimeA takes the oppor- AND AIRPORT GARDENSWASHINCTON
tunity of extending congratulations and best wishes for TRUMAN CITY
continued success.We .
have felt keen interest in St. John for more than THE BEST LAND BUY IN 10 YEARS
40 years. IU former pastor, the late Rev. J. W. Drake,
was a friend of the editor of the Miami Times and aIM a Written up in the PITTSBURGH COURIER and
real supporter and nursemaid for the Times during its in
fancy. The Rev. Mr. Drake left a lasting memorial not MIAMI TIMES
only In the fine brick church the only one, of its kind in
Miami, but also I In the hearts of hundreds whom he served FULL PRICE
and helped. I

HU successor the Rev. Thedford Johnson, has foi-.
lowed In his footsteps. lie took up where the Rev. Drake 21 $10Acre
left off and has shown his capability. ,
He Is progressive, amiable loved by hU congregation I; $395
and held In high respect in the city and state.
I Acre Tract
President Eisenhower has received a very warm welcome '
in Alaska and the Phillipines. SECTION 3 NOW SELLING!
There was no fear about him being welcomed In
Alaska and at Manila where he spent three days. DON'T SAY "I WISH / HAD BOUGHT"2Y
Next stop was to be Japan. This is the country where
extra precaution Is being taken by the Tokyo government,
and secret service men there Is no certainty of what might :: ACRES ARE EQUAL TO 18 CITY LOTS
The President, nearing threescore and ten, is proving (55x100 Each)
to the world that he I is not easily frightened, and wan
determined to carry out his plans for visiting our World OVER 500 TRACTS SOLD IN TWO MONTHS TO YOUR FRIENDS
War II enemy, but noW considered our friend. AND NEIGHBORS
However warm the welcome might be, there will be
jeers, sneers, riots, etc. if the pattern of reception given WARRANTY DEED NO
hi* press secretary, James C. Hagerty. is followed. a CLOSING COSTSNO
However the authorities In Japan have been pres. NO TAXES TILL PAID
aired into withdrawing the invitation to the President a* CITY TAXES
they could not guaranty him protection. The President
visited Formosa and will go to Korea before returning
home. Hampton.ColIie

t w. EASTERN WINGS CUPPED Don't miss this ,
; Eastern Airlines is out of business temporarily. Six
! hundred pilots refused to fly the planes with federal opportunity to buy Acresacreage
! flight inspectors In the cockpits. The strike is said to be
at these
i unauthorized but it has gone on since Sunday in spite of 195 N.W. 14th Street
i orders from the union for return to work. More than ridiculous low
i 2.500 paAengers were stranded in Miami on Saturday and The Barber College Building
! 59 flights were cancelled. The strike went on in Detroit. and terms! TELEPHONE FR 3-1725
Boston Cleveland, Minneapolis and some other cities.
! National and other airline o'ut! of Miami are doing Office alto at Trail Center" at Dade j
: capacity business. The company reports it is suffering County-Collier County Line- on Rt. 41 I III
{ damage of 114 million dollars daily. I. r. I I
3 National! Airlines 300 pilots are now threatening a IIqL'rn.

i strike. : 'I7"M'.ltl! 1n'Jgn.ll.2'.rl< .1CL? JrOfki

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I SATURDAY. '1t_ JUNE 18, 1960 PA if!


Personal Mention jet for Jamaica to attend the funeral
of her brother on Thursday.
The wedding of Ruth Russell ol She will return on the weekend.

Nassau and Kenneth Speed of
Kansas City. Mo. was solemnlx-
ed' at the Kirk Church of Scotland Gets D.D.S. Degree
In Nassau to Saturday,

June II. Robert B. Hayling received' a

Mrs. Speed was formerly at the degree la dental surgery at the
telecommunications as supervisor 85th commencement' exercises of
of Overseas and )lr. Speed has Mcharry Medical College Na. ls-
18 service with the
years post
vale Tenrt On band to witness
office; in Kansas City.
the ceremony were his wife,
The couple who spent several Athea (Wake) and his parents
\: days as guest at the Carver Hotel the Charles C. Haylings of Florida
in this city, will make their A and M. Dr. Hayling is a native
home In Kansas City at 3028 of Tallahassee
Wabash are.

Mrs Loretta N ooks. 1381 NW
Advertise It I
7th sU left Wednesday by PAA Pays f

wL i as o f }
Wash W Wear Short Sleeve Sport Shirts

(values to $1.98) $1.19 ea. ............ 2 for $2.25

'. Men's Boxer Shorts, asst. designs ............ 43c pr. I

Men's.Sox (Keg. value 29c), 21c pair, 5 pain .... 1.00

Girls 2-piece Playsuit, set .................................... 92c

--- Many other specials on sale

Sigma Gamma Rho's I, c:7 prater service, greater pro.crca NEW SHOP-1486 N.W. 71st Street
k .. rCJUST
New OfficersGamma Standing: Sorors Naomi Espy. Open Fri. and Sat Till t panic
Gwendolyn Barnett Cherry, Sara 8ROWSIN'
Delta Sigma e* 0gma 1 l TVrry, Ruby Tomas Eugenlj"
Gamma Rho Sorority, eeea and V.laams, Verneka S. Silva, By PAUL R. MINRY
installed three new oft args iur-i|iUthfrine Strapp, Allen V.
InlIo.td banquet .* *tor-!i t aylor. Roberta J Thompson and
gette's Tea Room. k.tunice Liberty. Your Browser has been going
Sorer Hazel I* Grant shyer tewIf aloru with Metro from its beginning CBS Home For SaleOPEN
Seated: Vera Austin Hazel L.
elected basileus.' Is C"'nJtmJc' ,,.. but if reports that Metro
and capable leader Sm Is dl.rector rant, Evelyn W. Mincy, VekmaI Meng to increase taxes on homesat ,
of Student AC'tnt".tl I lurd, Grace Smith Soror Davis an average of $100. It will seem SUNDAY
Booker T. Wadhingtai J flgh'k one D Lewis and Caretha W..tawL as if there Is time for a change.

Sorer Grant's basic platfnt 11'' This is a lovely home with many extras, 2 bedrooms
If as is said there are so many
Greater for Service Sigmas.-AH Groat soccer. r stave pledged" their sisterly urt it that everybody wtoI third bedroom. Very large front porch, hurricane
I Begins!: Learn to Idbeuld I pay. do I O. Then maybe It awning and fenced yard. For comfortable living,
Sorer Roberta Thomi..... the will nut be necessary to Increase
newly Heeled correvpotiaum' secretary I''Swim' ClassesThe the ones who do pay. Certainly come to 3046 NW 59th St. Sunday and see for your
II a special education not at toe rate of $20 per thou self.. You can move in with $1,000 down.
teacher at Phyllis Wheat*? Oe G W Carver Branch sand. Be Safe, Not Sorry. We can finance :your automobile
mf't\tary.moot' Coror TUauBCon1s '> fMCA began tIe summer slm- r
deeply admired for ..-* fain I ".DI classes last Wednesday at liability insurance on easy monthly payments.GOODMAN'S .
play attitude in all she .... We he Dixie Pool under the super- Luther Brooks, manager of
predict for Sigma protfrvas un-i>, Isvon of. capable InstnictioQ Bonded Collection Agency threat
tekl because of her coo ru+ ef- tart A satisfactory group of ens to blockplans for two new REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
forts. .i +uungsters were in attendanceor recreational areas in Dade County'until
Sorer Evelyn Mine)'. tine swwlytelected their first time at a swimming something Is done for Ne 2688 N.W. 62nd St. Phone OX 1.0380
episUkus, baa pledged to.i 'Us sro children. Thank you, Mr.
keep Sigma duly informed at all According to the Carver "Y lin>uks. i

Umft5. Sorer Mincy U heed of the Jft. classes will convene every Your Browser will not abject to''j jthese
EnglUh Department at Book** T Wednesday and Friday at the Negroes I
two providing -
Washington High. pool} Any parent des4rious of their I Iutt"
and should
them they
The sorors of Gamma Delta y< unwers, rtywtrrlng.. may do so them. Those
have pledged their support to bv v.Jiting the Carver YMCA at
these persons as they endaavar to 3"0 N'W nth ave or call OX a
Mayor Robert King high bas who
1Uik.4 for a survey of the city
: DELTAS PRESENT HEARING AIDS building department practice of
live in k
Issuing permits tor "one funt1yr'houses
with boarding house balli -
i .trays
I i The Rev nteodore Glbaon has style.demand
I been calling the attention of the J :
''I I asthu U.. to he slackness of
r nJ unlawful construction' being + II
dime in the northwest section of ,!
M arm and Coconut Grove. 4

Iva's Beauty SalonIn 1 (

New LocationOne

of the city's moat popular 'Illl
trsuty emporiums, Iva's Beauty
Sn, formerly! operating> from
1U27 NW 3rd ave. announces its
Y new location at operation as of
'Msweekend.. l

f 4i The new location, 1124 NW 3rd
ave On the Modern Theatre
nui:dlIl) puts us in a more convenient -
and choice atmosphere to
brier serve our customers and
rrany friends.

Iva's Beauty Salon will continue -
) 1tG
to give to the public fee
best service our operators have
.<:> offer We are fully equ ped
t i ai for this service and cordially invite -
the general public to come
i In at any Urn* to inspect the our 60R00NSGIN

: j ;I ; wife facilities our personnel.and become acquainted.

i _
Our operators include Mesdames .
, E1ttikU! r Martha Lamar, XJnnle flail Y,.. .... a to. ...a tot r
a+r and Minerva. Martin. They'd be aba M* .'*|i. ahnys ask forQefdeartavOevifeLcsyfaQDrjr u--vn'

I F most happy to converse" wife you Gin.ad f
at time whether Ifs for aa
I .appointment otherwise. Mrs. .11 ..... .,... ::J:'

i. 1UII Iva Bollard Is the owner. d ttolai dsJIrrti flavor,.. ,

The Miami Alumnae Chapter ofDelta c'-2.nnan.: to the following students .,.. teas t7 It JTRAIQJm Nar _
Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc, : r
has as one cf its annual projects Verne&a Bryant 7th grade, 60231.
the awarding of a hearing aid to Mays Hljfc. Mrs. Blanche Smith Young people of all age are ..... QIa Oar GORDOnlSI
some student In the county teacher' eligible to attend these classes
schools. St'.ul.Joan Jackson 5th grade whUfc leave the Y at 930 sun
This year the aids presented by Ptoyllis Wfceatley School Ur and return at 11:45 ass, ooescb ....illtlM_ti I Ml m HfMTHMKn MT (a CSUs..10.1.4t
lira. Nathaniel Colston project Frances. Cause, teacher. .. Wednesday cad Friday."

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PHIL OSSOFER Command Performance

SAYS: TW U it teenagers! The ctiv* Friday, June 24th

sty you have been -waiting for all
Ions The Teenage Dances ._'''11.11'18'"'' 11111 '111111 1 'u
When God wishes to test Isis year the Northwest Junior -
sponsored' by
children. He causes to come forth Chamber cf Commerce In conJunction ADDED
that which will force them to with the Recreation De- I MONEY DOWN

openly take sides on a vital ques partment of Miami. I BUILD ON YOUR LOT
tion. At this time the Impending II I NOW
marriage of Sammy Davit Jr. Bobby Kendricks and his band :
Mal Britt Norwegian actress will make you Jump to their beats in Dade call OX 1-4505

HOLAI Mil AMIGOSI Hong charming matron, easy to meet, evokes protests from some who with the guest appearance of Broward County
bret South of the border down and a gourmand fond of fine profess to be Christians. Their Wally Futch. Miami's own teen- WA 2.9411
Key West Way. It had been a longtime foods. We were exllirated talking protests simply mark them as beIng ace rave.
Write Percy Hepburn
tine we meandered down with Mrs., Johnson with her wide un-Christian. They say These activities have been :

the il67-mile strip to the Southernmost travel experience and knowledge. "What will the children of such I fanned by the Ycuth Welfare ARCHITECT ANDBUILDER

city in the U. S. (yeah,1 I At one one point we had the marriages be?" I say "Human Committee, with Franklin Ross, 871 NW 7th Street
we know all about Hawaii but,I audacity to disagree with one beings children of God." chairman. Louts H. Portlock, cochairman -
of her views and almost had a ; Hallandale Fla.
our favorite Key West will always ; Willard Hart vice I
remain the southernmost heated argument. Thanks goodness The suffering of the childrenand president in charge; William Mile. (formerly of Nassau Bah.) ,

city to us. I I for time, we had to leave the parents are not due to Rudolph Lavarity and Gary ........ 1111 "' 1111
I. my fishing rod and tackle. and spare me some embarras- what the parents have done, but James.
(naturally!) and "Press Box" ment But by George 'when we to the actions of the dissenters.
Pinder and his son Terry, took I hit Key West again we will look These have brought about the Dances will be Conducted at
off by chine Saturday eveningfor her up. misery that must be endured' by the following centers from %-4
a bit of fun and frolic in the those who Icve. p.m. SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
Island City and to wet :our lines Another person we met whomwe COLORED
and martyr- June 18-Dixie Park Auditorium.
back enjoyed chatting with was Recall the suffering
on the way Sunday. Lois Reynolds. Having given up dom of the early Christians. Wit 340 NW 13th at PSYCHIC READER

Once again Mrs., Rouen Finder ier profession as an ItN. in aNew their suffering due to their adherence June 23 Grand ave. Park
and her daughter, Frances York hospital to care for to the teachings of the Coconut Grove.
Palmer played hostesses to your her blind father after her another Beloved' Jesus, or was it caused
scribbler and to one of her favorites Susan Butler died, Lois does handicraft by those who despised I Him July Liberty Square Auditorium -
sons. Of course HI have "irork, specializing in sea Where would Christianity be today 8301 NW 14th ave. f
Senora Peen-dar to know that I shells. It'* beyond my poor tf they had chosen not to
was much displeased with her for imagination to describe the work suffer Dances are being conducted fot
not having her regular Saturday she does with cotton glue moo teenagers only. No one should attend -
They ceeted the bitter cup the dance in tennis shoes,
night souse play I don't know sea shells from as far away al.Jar.n.
but "Mootie"can it but knowing it..s Truth Titus, dungaree or T-shirts. The dances
what happens, my She calls a hobby
I those who profess' to follow ChrIs ire free of charge
wail some souse with all the we call it a work of art. You
In this day must this
Ingredients that Mrs. Pinder puts should see a "little thin(" she accept ap-
Into her pot but it doesn't come drummed up in her spare time. It'sa parentlv bitter' cup of miscegenation .
When they raise It to their ANNUAL Let Mr yoare of ..,.rie..* fvlda
cut the same replica of an ocean bottom withcoDC"h.
lips they shall discover that 1 It ttiravfHevt life
and prttact see
If you are tired of reading this sea shells fish and the
has been transformed Into the guide the ships !a
and feeling
travelogue thus far fish are the real McCoys, dried
wine the In ..ataaaa
of knowledge of God a atorm. Far auccasa
llire upchucking then go ahead and splayed' and glued to this
which In this day Is flavored with PICNIC and lava
koneone will read this. scenic( ocean" bottom with all the
I the essence of the Oneness of CONSULT HER
coral and simulated blue :
a ocen. SATURDAY JULY 23rd
Me and Tress put on brakes 3he has made a lamp of the most Mankind. DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
in front of his mother's house on beautiful conch shells we have OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
Olivia st at 9:30 Sattldy night, with different color LEGAL NOTICE GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
ever seen
and said MPTPOPQIITANLife ..., J
said hello .put off Terry
lights These shells are mounted NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
the VFW Club Office N.vrsass.
goodbye. Down to
on a board and when turnedon NAME LAW
we had business There we met the beauty of It is hard to explain Insurance Co. S p.m.Thera .
oodles of Key West friends Including Notice ,Is hereby given that theindersimH t .... t*

Leslie Pander brother o.* riesirinr to en rare THE LARGEST INSURANCE 7 ,.,...
Archie. We fooled' around t h Lois makes straw pocket books In business under' the fictitious
VTW until about 3 ambade our with sea shell designs that are name of lIWi Ave Valet Shop. Seadayl

Imbiber fanwel and shackedup exquisite.And 307 NW lllth Ave.. Miami Fla.. politic' available an monthly 10 a-m S I o&
at Mrs Pinder for a nod. there was Mrs. James Intend' to rerisl the afd name basis
(Mimic) Van Dyke. Incidentals with the Clerk M Circuit Court of DAILYREADING
The Rock' Is pretty dull on James is Archie's brother. Mamie Dade Countv.. Florida. now offers you a completeline

day mornings, unless you Sun-I threw her doors open to us and Alton-- Johnson, owner of insurance: ...... .
to go sightseeing or made us feel at home, not only June 11. 18. 25. July 2 --11.00 UP-
to the: aquarium or sit around on
her doors but her bar where we o> LIFE
the dock and /watch the boats sipped Old Metusalem rum to tl Years Exp.rioo.

come and go. Evidently The Box our heart's content. Mamie Is avery I.$.. 1\1 A A rp HOSPITALIZATION
'realized and dept until 2
personable person, plain spoken
that evening. This hombre. being and a charming hostess. 0 INCOME PROTECTIONPhone
an early riser (drat it) was up at Her Jlmmle is a barber near Fort -

V am. breakfasted, read the Village (that's the housing project Norman Zuluf at 1657 N.W. 73rd St.MIAMI .
Key West Citizen then snuck out .tWe KWIK MONEY
In the car looking for excitementWe MU 1-3180 F.A.

coudnt find, so we woud up also met Melton Falco twins CONSOLIDATE YOUR D."'. write..-Call In p.rae.
In the aquarium digging the fish Theodore Sands and John Perez BILLS for Information and appointment I

then a twalk on the docks and a the wheel chair I Imprisoned barber $1000 $15 5 1
slow cruise down a one way brother of the once famous mo
street The pedestrians< were' ges- Miami Giants' Cheleno P< tulating. pointing and waving And so as the eventide fell upon $3000 $35 mo.

their arms trying to tell me thai Oils historic city, we gunnedthe Would you like to earn $1,000 more this year?
I was breaking a law. Ole simpleton motor and headed' down Miami National Mortgage
slmon took- this to mean Whitehead st to U5.1 and bade
that Key Westers were very farewell to Key West glancing Licensed A SensedRoom Become a Nightingale Graduate

friendly or recognized the authorof back furtively. we headed for an N. tit
hour's fishing of the Fill Ovj44u EARN JOB PRESTIGE EARN MORE MONEY
these line, so naturally wt on one IIEVBOLD
swayed back smiled and kept going bridges. Buenos dins senores y BLOO. EARN JOB SECURITY FREE LIFE TIME
until we reached an intersection senoritas Hasta la vista! I I EMPLOYMENT SERVICE

where an old friend re .... --'- '"

know only as Scotty", says hey NIGHTINGALE COLLEGE
man you're going the wrong way

on a one-way at. We threw the 265 N.W.. 5th Street FR 3-1675
Chewy into high and made It FOR
home. We walked from then on.
Even-time we go to this Latin-

American city cave meet some interesting THE PARTICULAR BUYER
-- --
people. We treasure
meeting, on this trip, Mrs Wini Located in Richmond Heights RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE

red Sands Johnson BJL, M.A.,
etc.. eta in English foreign Iangjuarea. St. a Rectal Diseases + Varicose Veins

mathematics and a Comer loffs Drive I Monroe Effectl-'c ...",.... "."...",Ical cities treatments at low coot-

no lose tine or ,"c,"' .. Avoid' surgery and Hoepttatltatlon. Why

Beautful wear truss Why suffer, delay". get worse?

SPIRITUAL BEDROOMSCBS medication, treatments, diets' for arthritis neuritis. ul.
3 and .
I C. blood pressure, sinus anemia lost vigor, chronic disease

AND PHYCHIC READER HOMESON of n.n and .."' ....

TREMENDOUS LOTS I '1 8.W nth Ave. FR 3-2741 o A General Health Service

sick wanted. diet
are er
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At the annual assembly program STUDENTS WIN SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1960 ,PAGE 3
Juno 9
on plaque were Over Allen
presented by our principal to our STUDY GRANTSTwo

east presidents of the PI'A. Mrs. Hard hitting Jerry Powers, 111,
Williams and Mrs. D. HatrelL of North Dade decision I Iw
High outstanding iHcmetead. gained a split
Isaac J. Meares appointed principal drama students have received over Bobby "Tiger Allen 134

Tucker of Elementary the nenr"School Frances of Coconut E. scholastic grants to attend of St. Thomas. Virgin Islands In / : .... nJ .... ...J .
Florida A and M Unl'ft'11tthb the main attraction on the weekly
Grove made his farewell fall it announced' Arena
was today. The boxing show at the Palace
speech to aU the boys and girls recipient. Frances Young and Monday night The' bout was, a
of Bethune Elementary Midiael Duncan will receive nip and tuck battle all the way. :\
grant of $325 each during their ..
are asking that an
our pa Jimmy Robinson 169, Kansas
rent's children attend the first year of study in speech and
summer !Mo scored' TKO
drama. Both students have won City a over
reareatlonal program. This awards for acting at the statespeech WHJie Johnson In 150 of the third
program begins June 20-July. 29
round of the 4-round semifinaL
and drama.
festival held at
under the direction of Frank C.
Woodard. Other personnel workIng FAMU for the pst two years. In other bout on the evening
In the recreational Miss Young received the Best card the the .
summer following were results
Actress award for the past two tasTnt c ALAZJtT, Fs..ed Cweh.r
program will be Mrs. Gloria M. :
Murray and Thomas' Jones. years. This year the award :was Emll Garcia 131, Patilla. Puerto 1542 NW: lids Awn.-OX 1.1N1
presented' to only one female! student
Wee won a unanimous decision
We expect oil boys and girls In with Miss' Young the recip over Chide Vlnlng. 130
the Brownsville area to Attend lent for her portrayal of Aunt Miami In the opening encounter.
this recreational program. Emily in "High Window."

Neil Bevlera 116. Miami and
Duncan received the Best .
Supporting Franklin Roosevelt, 114, Philadelphia
Actor award last FOR SALEBeautiful
LILLIE C. EVANS year. battled to a good draw In
year he won an "excellent" >
the second bout.
Throw In some hard work [, rating for his rendition of "The

potience and knack for getting Button. a monologue. In addition Lee nahmin,. Homestead earna -
things done and you'll get a to the above awards and unanimous decision over Dave Brand New
masters degree from Atlanta University scholarships both received Clark 162 Homestead in the 3rd -
Congratulations to Mrs. awards at North Dade on Awards bout and thereby became the,
Edna Hall upon' rcehrinf her Day held June 8. Miss Young received middleweight champion of the CBS 3 Bedroom
masters degree In the field of library the Senior Drama Achievement city of Homestead -
science. Mrs. Hall is the librarian Award for speech and dra
at Ullle C. !:YaM. Congratulation I ma while Duncombe was the recipient Arnold Riley, 144. Miami ko'd Home
are also In order to of the Best A11-around Vernon Frailer, 1S2. Atlanta in ?
Charles Borers upon receiving his Drama Student trophy 1:40 of the first round.

bachelor of arts degree in education Duncan was chosen over four Jesse James, 137, Marion Ind. 1391 N.W. 72nd St.
from Bethune Cookman other nominee' in the area which wen a split decision over Johnny 4
was to.l1 student Iightoxer. 133, Homestead
College. open from ,
grades 9 through 12. BUlL-IN OVEN AND RANGE
Our PTA officers, headed' by Frances Young... also the, Cedric' Dennis 132 Charlotte.
Mrs Clarinda Sargent president, North Dade tUrn Silver Knight NC rained a unanimous count WOOD FLOORS TILE ROOF
will serve In their respective nominee ; over Jabbin' Jake Simmons 128
capacities in the field of speech and
for another year. They drama. f( Miami. In the final 3-rounder I 2 BATHROOMS WITH 2 TUBS

are to be commended" for such Awards received in speech and i
wonderful and thorough rvice drama at the state meeting include VANITIES IN EACH BATHROOM

which they rendered this term ; "Ben Supporting Actor," BARGAIN IN LARGE FRONT PORCH t
and much' success' to them for the (for the entire state). John Pry .

Rating in the various categories
The sixth grade boys and girl
were: Poetry Albert P.
culminated with their their school activities Jenkins excellent Open Sunday 2 to 6:00 p.m. :
promotional exercise. Monologue, Helen Barbary
**xth grade banquet and observation CANCELLATIONSAND .

-Award Day." which Oration Shirley nolle, very HARMAR Inc.
took place on June 9 good. SECONDS ,

The' festival play, "High Win-
Th _-Gateway to H 1 g h dow." received Phone FR 9-8020-UN 5-8728
-Mother Goose In a rating of superior ,
fkbooland 561 N.W. 29th St.
Junior High," were" presented to North Dade's drama

the appreciative audience' bv for the 1900-41 school terms program include I
members of the 6th trade classes. '* three full length
plays: --- ---
Donella Smith an eighth grade "Harvey." a three-act
student of Dorsey Junior 'High, -Medea," the Greek classic comedy and:

made a guest appearance, welcoming -The Great Big Doorstep," I
the students to the Junior a comedy- of family life, also the s at '
high school through the "Spirit"of drama dub will become membersof e
the Gate Way to High School the National Thespian Society
Muilc for the occasion was rendered a national honorary drama
by the sixth grade chorus (
Awards were given to those for Jim
Randolph is director of tb outstanding achievement" !In science North Dade drama group. Mlle I

music and other phases ofeducation Lorraine Farringten I* assistant OF
and nmrtce, Certificates director Charim D Wyche is
were also awarded to each f trine ML;
bon: and girl for C'Prlf'lC1lttrn. SECURITY
dance for the entire school year NORTH DAD HIGHThunderbirds !fr INCOME

Mr. and Mrs. Atwell Schedule Grid BOYS GIRLS 18 TO SO MEN WOMEN

Parents of The Year I Grammar School Sufficient for Many Job
Sept 17-- Mays High-Home

Frank Atwell Sr, and Mrs I 24-* Lake Store BelleGlideHorn. : THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY 0

of 1900 NW 4th *
Marion Atwell I
court' were named the Parents afternoon of JO-Lincoln Academy Pierce Ft rI1 ,,,,.. Hew I* CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS I. r.it At.e

the Year last Tunday Oct 7-* Carver
Away JI

during tram spn the.ae annual."l by the reunion Booker pro.T t'' 2Gbbs 15-Carver. -Defaray.- Home-,Away THOUSANDS OF CITY STATE FEDERAL JOBS OPEN

in Washington the, school's Alumni auditorium Association I Noy 2PNorthwestern 5Blanche I START AS HIGH AS '4, 90.00 f,.ST YEAR
Mrs. Atwell. who was presentwas :
12- Attucks Home
presented a *petal'" certificate 18-Rootevdt. WPB !, Automatic PayPalo Roises
of commendation' to the Parents t9l
away Sick Uov
of th* Year by Alumni Conference games
rimident' Elliott J Piece In to receive this special' award I t. o-:.. ... I
- - --- -
narent must fcav a minimum of a AU Holiday with Pay

four children and all must graduate ,$3.98 Albums $2.98 a No Strikota
from hl'*> school The At-
wells are parents of sir children' $4.98 Albums $3.88 No layoff
all of w*>om hare completed! high
Moot Hew Friends
school *n> 1r "rWldnrn' together $5.98 Albums

with"jwtikti tfc they* rear rraduattd and srhoo1 follw from POP $4.29 ,::4:: a Liberal PontloniKoop k!

Frank M949), TWMn.. Your Proton Job Whilo. TrainingLOW

Mrs Lniio Pearl Frazier (1950.WPB1 .
Roosevelt. : Robert (1959).
Freddie BTW) ::
:?; -

Ruth Austin, class of '60. w a a 2 STORES ...Q.- FOR WHICH Wl CAN TRAIN YOU
a.eleded0 receive the annual

scholarship award wtkh gooo 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue
each year to aora dMtrrl&f. ''N
member of the ,graduating class. FR 32236 rlIiI
Bulb expect to attend collect toColorado. I Yell I Am Interested In My FutureBETHUNE

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REUNION BALL WELL .............. ... ... ... .... ...-... .. ... -...... .....

ATTENDEDThe ball I ..... ------ I
annual reunion was ::1"I
held Friday night at tho KarlomGquare f ........a.I .- ----
A verr large crowd attended t, t.aMaa I ..
the event and enjoyed ol CIIf c.-
its many festivities. Funds raised p gra. rflsbva ..-......... ......... ....

from th* ball wffl go toward the I I J
.f TTTttll 1ri1Amd.. rgvrie


Fine Arts Command coding I I Electrical Repairs
Miss Irene Finder niece of Mrs.
Mamie Mallory and Willie James Stores

Alexander at Mrs., Mallory'a were' married home 6323 June NW 12 I R Small Appliances

Performance June 24 33rd ave.Many Outdoor Lighting
friends of the couple attended *
and enjoyed a delicious reCast Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
Outstanding artists sod faculty Greenfield, Tim Greenfield San- Sanders, Wendell Graham students Mrs. Mallory extends spec Speaker Installed
members, aloof with some of I dy Shapiro, Antoinette Sflva, ,I ; and Albert Edelman and gal thanks to all her boards of
the students of t s Fine Arts' Janice Morning. Msyola Wade, Charles Austin faculty. Bethel AME Church. GEORGE INGRAHAM
Conservatory. will present a pre- Karen Tappin. Saundra Williams,'
Bach to post-bop' program, "command Cleo Jollivette.' Irene Prymus, The Tine Arts Conservatory, ConsecrationMeetings FR 3-1051
Performance'" on Friday, Carlen Bush, Alva Evans. Mora 5770 NW 1S*> aveN is presenting
June 24 at 8.30: pjn. at Northwestern Clark. Diane Williams Shsr-|I I this annulI concert for the benefit
mgt School auditorium. maynne Thomas. Herberlene and scholarship in music
Julllard trained concert' violinist Cody Joelle Williams, Shirley dance and art. The Lord aId those that hare --
Santa Rubinstein, and a member -I ears let them bear Sister Edna Air C.nditlenedBUNCHE
of the famous Pittsburgh Fields is sponsoring a consecration
Symphony will perform. Appearing MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA meeting on Thursday' June
with ber will be Ruth Oreen-, 23. starting at 8 o'clock at 343
field piftnist-oomposer and director PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 18, I960 .NW Wh st, apt IS. The meetingwill
of the Coo ervatory. I be run throughout the sum SUN. THRU WED

Vocal discovery, Bertha Sharp mer. JAMES CAGNEY In

singer.Jackson woodwind Also will and members be ballet the ensemble featured of the,I'St. Paul to be Site "Command Performance THE HOURS"GALLANT'

composed of faculty and students With Dennis Weaver
will round out the program. June 24, 8:30 p.m.
Those appearing are fred Morley -! Richard C.Me 'InThe
George' Simpson, Malcolm of NAACP Meet Northwestern Auditorium Big Combo"
Whitlow. Frank Stirrup, Charles, Gala Jazz Concert Artists
I V'"

St Paul Minn. fThe NAACP .."'.S: .....a::. 1&'W .. _..
BISHOP NICHOLS will hold its fllst annual conven-
tion here, June 21-26, marking'
I' SUPPORTERS TO the first time the association has
convened in this area of the CAPITOLTHEATRE
SPLIT AME'a country.In I ..iia 'TY

light of recent developmentsIn 'AWI-IM'/eatt
the south, the recent launching SAT. MIDNITC
of the new Negro American SUN. THRU FRI. OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Labor Council and the Impending
JUNE 11-24
Brra Presidential election campaign,
the convention promises" to be one JOHNNY NASH 'InTAKE FRIDAY SATURDAY
of the most interesting and stimulating -N A GIANT
of the annual NAACP 1
gatherings. I
Seven hundred or more delegates "Oklahoma Temtof'7"Capitol
representing branches
throughout the country, will be
concerned: with voter registration,
open housing occupancy' selective
use of economic' power, more
w trade union democracy, emerging World Africa, and the role of youth In
< f the Fight for Freedom. Heavyweight

Workshop sessions will be Championship
specifically devoted to review and
study of the southern' student RETURN BOUT
protest movement A special
youth night Is scheduled also. mateeusaeneaeee FROM

Conferees nvill be welcomed by
wo tb'a O A ,ON .
Philadelphia A major splitin Gov Orvllle L Freeman and
the powerful African Methodist Mayor George Vavoulis at theopening
denomination appeared to be lathe session on June 21 vs
making this week
meeting of a dozen or more The keynote address at this session
'WW be delivered by Dr.
nationally known connectional stirs
leaders. Robert C. Weaver, board chairman eaTTtteM
Reports reaching Miami this and member of the newly mires ouwoN1.LPe
week said there was considerable' created: New Yortr City Housingand 111
C.Clo3td t
speculation in Philadelpia during: ffledevelopmei? Board. '!''beuaodaUoo' ot.e 1, ?
last Monday's Ministers Weeklymeeting executive secretary, EChSjttett
concerning the effort on Roy Wilkins. will deliver the Clttoia e
the of I closing address Sunday afternoon uri0 .
part some connectional I
leaders to persuade former. June 26. Monday SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAYNOWT

Btaop D. Ward Nichols to consider The 3.000 Hit Civic Auditorium
forming a new denomination. in St. Paul will house the conventico's
business and Theatre
It was learned that the personal sessions Workshops and regional Mon. FOR THE $1.
June 20
opinion of many of Phila- groi4 a will convene in various FIRST TIME AT
delpia's influential AM: leadersis other rooms. Dor open 3Q ,.....
that if the suspended AME Fight starts t30 ,..... POPULARPRICES
bishop did accept' the invitation St. Paul situated about 600 '
to start a new sect there is a miles north of Chicago adjoins Adm. $4.07 plus tax _
strong chance of its failing.As Minneapolis to compose a twin Screen program before and
tar as it is known the Idea cities complex. Its nonwhite after fightTfcketa
was not initiated by Nichols: who. population together with Mlnneapulia .
was in Philadelphia this week in 1990 was 13.184 but the now on sal* at t You've never met a womnSTARTS l ce,,, ''
cofening 'with attorneys. It Is reported census is expected to show a capitol Ritz Synch and
that it originated in the sharp increase in the Negro population Ace Theatre
minds of connectional who of the two communities.
were in the city for that purpose,
housed in a mid-city hoteL

Thus, whether or not Nichols
accepts' or even gives seflous consideration To NAACP Meeting
to the invitation to attempt -
to. split the AMC Church: ...JIft,
is purely a matter of speculation.In : RITZTHEATRE
an earlier interview Bishop
Nichols expressed confidence that A
he would be vindicated of the
charges that led to his sue, NOW SHOWINGFor y
Nichols: *ws quoted as saying Unlimited
"before you can bat an eye, rube WEDNESDAY
back on the Job. Engagement
Stoop Nichols was removed SHOWN AT 9:05
from active duties in the church

as the general result of AME acUcn conference at the recent in 'The StoryOf to tooi! SNEFK &DN! ftmwil !

Los Angeles. It has been pointed
out that at the conference where
there were approximately 814

delegates voting, his removal or Ruth"THE _., ttrs ..nesrrThIBIG&ew
suspension was effected by a ballet 1
difference! of lea than 100. A
gtejifotoUthre* attending the %
r meeting from several southern WORLD OF THE
midwestera and eastern cities said
vty; were spealdng for nearly lOG BIBLE OPENS tVISHIRMAWTd
c."OIUftnUona" and their conference -

_t o spokesman licfal&.A who with the Richard Powell, hard working II BEFORE YOUR EYES STlr V P0Q V 6uIM1

others requested that their names I president of the Liberty City
not bt disclosedwas quoted1 assaying I branch of the NAACP and local Adults $1.00 r jrCCHMSCOUOir *,AAt 1ae0M'
that successful initial I official of toe Carpenters Union i Students 75c I i
step could start a major split la will fly to St. Paul Jr1zm. emI Children 25c Added Featurette
/"mother" Negro denomination I Monday as a delegate to the oraDizaUoo'l -
Slat meeting |II
ta Western Christianity. ------*


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CommandPerformance coding I Electrical Repairs
Fine Arts
Miss Irene Finder, niece of Mrs.
Mamie Mallory and Willie James Stores
Alexander were married JUDe 12
at Mrs. Mallory's home, 6323 NW Small Appliances
June 24 23rd ave. Outdoor Lighting

Many friends of the couple attended Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
and enjoyed a delicious fee .
Outstanding artists and faculty Greenfield Tim GreenfleUTSan- Sanders Wendell Graham students cast.: Mrs. Mallory extends special Speakers Installed
members" aloof with tome of dy Shapiro, Antoinette fast, ; and Albert Edelman and thanks to all her boards of
the student of tlbe Fine Arts t Janice MornlKj Mayola Wade, Charles Austin faculty. Bethel AME Church. GEORGE INGRAHAM

Conservatory will present' a pre- Karen :Tappan, Saxradra Williams FR 31051
Dach post-bop program, "Com Cleo Jollivette Irene Prymus, The Fine Arts Conservatory, ConsecrationMeetings
mand Performance" Friday Carlen Bush' Alva Limn,. Mora 5770 NW 15*> ave.. is presentingthis
June 24 at "30 p.m. at North Clark. Diane Williams Sharmaynne -{ annual concert for the benefit -
Thomas, Herberlene and scholarship in musk, ,
western lllga School auditorium. -
The Lord said those that have
Julllard trained concert violinist Cody Joelk Williams, Shirley< dance and art.
i Edna
I ears let them bear. Sister Air Cendltlo"eclBUNCHE
Santa Rubinstein and a member -
Fields 1s sponsoring a consecration
of the famous Pittsburgh
meeting on Thursday
Symphony, urill perform. Appearing -I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA 23. starting at 8 o'clock at 343
with her will be Ruth Green.,1Seki
NW 91 h st. apt. 15. The meeting
JUNE 18 1960
pianist-composer director I PAGE 8 will be run throughout the sum SUN. THRU WED.
of the Conservatory.
Vocal discovery Bertha Sharp mer. JAMES CAGNEY In

Jackson, will be the featured' --- "THE GALLANT

singer.woodwind Also and members ballet ensemble of the, Paul to be Site "Command Performance"June HOURS"With

composed of faculty and students Dennis Waver
24 8:30
will round out the p.m.
program. I
Richard Conta In
Those appearing are Fred Morley -, Northwestern Auditorium
George' Simpson, Malcolm of NAACP Meet "The Big Combo"
Whitlow. Frank Stirrup Charles Gala Jazz Concert Artists ,.

I ,
St. Paul. Minn. The NAACP .IPf. &"' '' P'fCl, DI ,. .... .II. """I IM'AJ"Ia.lS- ) .1_ __ _.....r.....,.
BISHOP NICHOLS will bold its Silt annual convention
here, June 21-26. marking
I SUPPORTERS TO the first time the association has
convened in this area of the CAPITOLTHEATRE .iia
SPLIT AME'? country. j I

-- _.. .._- -.- In light of recent developments ..WI- # ?$*.tt
In the south the recent launching SAT. MIDNITE
of the new Negro American SUN THRU FRI. OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

r' ., Labor Council and the impending, JUNE 11-24
Presidential election campaign,
a'l the convention promises to be one JOHNNY NASH InTAKE FRIDAY SATURDAYffl7tJZTIGW

of the most interesting and stimulating A GIANT i
of the annual NAACP '
gatherings. STEP" I .
y '
"Oklahoma Territol'J"Capitol
a Seven hundred or more delegates -
r representing branches
throughout the country will be
concerned' with voter registration,
open housing occupancy, selective
use of economic power, more
trade union democracy, emerging WorldHeavyweight lAIIIU t 11fFR0
Africa and the role of youth in
f the Fight for Freedom. I i

Workshop sessions will be Championship
specifically devoted to review and
study of the southern student RETURN BOUT
protest movement. A special 1
youth night is scheduled also. wssaaasMaansers

Conferees twill be welcomed by
woKD'a ouw/0N .
Philadelphia A major splitin GOY Orville L. Freeman and LrSUNDAY
the powerful African Methodist Mayor George Vavoulls at the
denomination appeared to be In opening session on June 21. VS
the making this week following
The keynote addl'ftlat
this sea-
a meeting' of dozen
a or more
stan -will be delivered
nationally known connectional by Dr. new.arrusers.
leaders.Reports. Robert c. Weaver board chairman
and member of the newly rw ts ouuwoNt.lePr
reaching Miami this
created New York City Housing
week said there considerable
was C.r1'nosia I
and (Redevelopmff* Board. The wpt r b
speculation in PhUadelpla during I
last Monday's Ministers. Weekly association's executive secretary, Citcnil i ECAStt I
:Roy Wilkins, will deliver the
meeting concerning the effort on .
the part of some connectional' closing June :.address. Sunday afternoon tatt .tuna 2Q MONDAY TUESDAY I
leaden to persuade former

Bishop D. Ward Nichols to con The 2.000 seat Civic Auditorium "
alder forming a new denomination. NOW
in St Paul will house the con-
yeoU n'. business and evening Theatre 4 r tti
It was learned that the per. sessions. Workshops and regional Mon. June 20 FOR THE %
sonal pinion of many of Phila- grout will convene in various i FIRST TIME AT
delpia's influential AME leaden other rooms. D..,. pen 130 p."' .
is that if the suspended AME Fight starts 30 p.m. POPULARPRICESI
bishop did accept the invitation St. Paul situated about 000 rYou've
Installs new sect there is a miles north of Chicago adjoins Adm. $4.07 plus tax
strong chance of its failing.As Minneapolis to compose' a twin Screen program before and
far as iis known the idea cities complex. Its nonwhitepopulation after fight
was not initiated by Nichols wfeo together 'WIth Minneapolis wM
Tickets like...
new on sale at met a woman
I never
was in Philadelphia this week In 1WO... 1S.284 but the
coferring with attorneys. It Is reported census is expected to show a Capitol RIU. Bunch and \
that it originated in the sharp increase in the Negro population Ace Theatre
minds of connectional' leaders who of the two communities. '&
were in the city tor that purpose, #
housed in a mid-city hotel tI

(Thus, whether or not Nichols
accepts or even gives scfious consideration To NAACP Meeting
to the invitation to attempt
to split the AME Church r des RITZTHEATRE ScltaJl
is purely a matter of speculation. '*;
.In an earlier Interview Bishop :
Nichols expresttd confidence that !
be would be vindicated of the
charges that led to his suspep* NOW SHOWING
Nichols was quoted as sayin For Unlimited STARTS WEDNESDAY
"before you can bat an eye rube
back on the Job." Engagement
Bishop Nichols was removed
from active duties in the church '
u the result of actka at the recent S1 i f ill
general AME conference in Story
Las Angeles. It has been pointedout tl
that at the conference where
there were approximately 814 I
delegates voting, his removal or Of Ruth"I _. LLLtarwaw .
suspension. wu effected by a ballot rW
differeoce of leas than 100. I
a.,reMOtathpee amending the t THE BIG
y nmtfiT from several southern f I WORLD OF THE
nxidwestern and eastern cities said ,
they were speaJdn for nearly lOG 7 BIBLE OPENS WISHERMAWr
congregations and their CODfereDCe I
( officials. BEFORE YOUR EYES rKfl V&1LIW
sr r V s
( A spokesman who with the Richard Powell hard working I
others requested that their names president of the Liberty City I p riarOM
not be disclosedwms quoted asaying branch of the NAACP and local Adults $1.00 TtGNNICOtaal'
that successful Initial official of the Carpenters Union' Students 75e i
steps could start a major split in I will fly to St. Paul. Mina, on Children 25c Added Fe.lurelte
the -mother" Negro denomination! Monday as a delegate to the or-
la Western Christianity. I g nlT kin's Gift meetta*. I --- -a




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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA tells that George Vlcter, 48-year- to control the country.
old white elcctrican of 3533 NW Vlcter and Ismel Howard 30-
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1960 ave.. wants to move with his year-old Negro JOt In a fracas EXPERT WATCH AND
wife and two sons to South Africa at Jackson's Byron Flagler St. CLOCK REPAIRS
Part of a letter quoted from store lunch counter last September -
THEREIN RACIST WANTSTO the Johannesburg Rand Daily during a CORE sit-down. Alt, work 0aarantttd
HERE AND Mail and said to be written byVicter Each was convicted and fined'$30 40 Yeara In Badness'
LIVE IN states: for assault.
TRAVEL "I am a member of the State I Andrew Jewelers

By A. B. WALKERAir SOUTH AFRICAWhither Rights and Citizens Council ot ;303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
thou To live In Miami and am willing to Join any
jowl I FR S-0182
travelers fljto to various South Africa.A organization in your country to Advertise! It Pays1

points are frequently from deluded well-at news? item In a local dally prevent any but the. white race I
the airport by lift
meaning friend Often the gifts
are impractical and it 1* too late
to leave them home. N.
(The first rule In sending bon r M
voyage gifts to friends joint
away is to tend them In advance PHILADELPHIANKeeps
to that they can be pecked before ,

Remember departure, tflngclass or left passetvrers at home. Pledge to leaders fo Extend Reduced PrIm for I

have but 66 IDS. allowance, economy 'itR.TlLon
only 44. And the chances are L ALBiftTRATrfKOTT

passenger limit What'has packed more, right no matter to the Building LOTS & 5-Acre FARM Plots

how ingenious the selection of a N.

bought present,or it may given.already have been froiHe* ..4 Trmmr .. TW ....- at the Nationally Known Development, Mizpah, N. J. Half-way

The second' rule is to select IMt. brerftrUflt, ..Jf mm .. kb Nee between Philadelphia and Atlantic City and between three nationally
gifts that are compact lighttpelght land *M If* ewobonklp te tUrtotteoot
necessary or disposable. lo;ti* Cooefloa ef Aaurlee known highways: namely Harding Highway, Black Hone Pike end

Here are some items recommended I... Mr. lottUeft .** .... acaor* White Horse Pike.
for the ladies: soft easily .. _..*nJp. la ...r .,.,. ...>..i
packable cocktail' bale a cay silk Meet To ...... a lest MM ,..... ........................ ITievsaRa's .. Ow Psrdtasen Located THrwwkest' the
scarf or small chapel veil which loot. fee* Cornwrb*. New Tart : U. S. WM Be Pleased to Hear of the Mowing Report

can head be tucked In the in purse to use. ...|.s m4 ...... ..". leHMotte : i i Larae Maftrles Movta Their Plants to South Jersey
a. covering churches
.. .. .. ... .. ... ...
light silk or wool stole, a suedeJewelry w I d pr .t.d : WUch Is .te HM Ykkty ef Ow Deveopme.ts.(
case, stick perfume, plastic rio.. .f ... hrtnt aordMt b : P :
containers or bath fragrances .. .. UeJrotf karma .....i,s Ol... = MOTAM bBCV. evemlMNrf II .. II ....... eVfc te II Mho w--. Two
nylon string shopping bag to carry ..pti.. Ckorca. Cabofo. IILI Verne ......... MUUe D. tar Meii u..itot. Ptatts *..abt.< btfKt row A. ....
on daylong Jaunts, a tape Avow toptbt Okoraa WoAlofroa, : ...... 0. M.... ..... esw...sra..1 ..t b... M pr.rrw sad
measure for c'h: < sizes band lotion in ) OHPSl M.rr.p.Arwsprit pi.y.after uupLM..f pr.|... A br.. .. too ....... Ie ..., It ....
packets. carat .. Woaabjtia, ... elw ... .... .. .s ps......,. flsu d..1 ..... are ..... bsB
Men and like cotton passport shirts wallet pencil, dacron I : ...At IUU'I'OII' i b fto.{....Jonoy...ffe..... rt..too bfbs..people... Mho shLsTW .

size flashlights nylon cases for .= nose fwiYra.r..ltr- c---== -AL 1 i .. Ike "-.... .1iI'I .......dda..Lp.e.a. *. Apse.1. .> *M* Yr\'a*
shaving' gear, film, ball point pens Tfce fe/fow/ng largest ntlglovt ... I-. w,...: .... .. : .wdI .. nd.lad.Mrd. part. ........
and refills Wah'n Dri 'packet and fraternal efgonlsef/ens/ ...* :.rww '4" S-= s: ..... .. ....wds M ....., WHi Mtaj .4 BPV. ..,.. B VOTT.. Log ..-* WWCB fcf k IIi
....six 050.5 ... ..Is.d.p..alL.
are favorite for both and be
can dotted ftofJibfott end hit Deval* i i
carried safely in pockets I found
them indUcpensable for efficient opm.,., and secured plots/ el I i Leaders from East aad West Meet .

use on my recent' trip to Haiti grounds At Mr RathUetfs PfcMeieita{ Office '
Concentrated liquid soap in plastic I i
container' stick spot remover *N rioed Baptist CoaveaHoeef Y I
alarm wrist watches and pipet'ba AAS.tkataco ..
books which can be given I .
way are quite thoughtful gifts. I ?
*L T. U. Seadey SdbeelCoeysn
If there are other question, 1
call North's Travel Bureau at i iI
TO 9-6779, 1104 NW 3rd are arr. o. a &N.I =
*Clna4 La4p of tie BksLeoIoa
; AJ :
MMM..V..... .M.... Baby Contest '*betIc8 Jes !
Reese ...,. f etl No. S, I
W....! ..... D. c.. cad Afre .
I Home Service Leegve ..
: r'

I T., now, nN1et wit .. ...Nr ....
N. RATHHOH 2 T. L H.,... .. M Nre. He Y. k. R..dl"l fr.
.;.. "..w... .f 1M H....... S.pi.t m len te right
Pretlcleet osd Treasurer : c........ .. -wlc. ..... WI. No .Rev Jamte L Moon, pouter
d Guarantees to ALLPURCHASERS : : R.tlJti.t I...J. ..,..-4 ...a4.,.... f Ma.rs Church R w. ...
4. c. Aramav. : p...., .1... S.c.sdapla1 Cbwsb.i Timothy B.ddl.. paster of New
: ; :- .. .. r.r.a : Let ......... wnt. I..... rase a... ..."..i Church; and Rtv.
"'i' : u.-a.... : L & Con .t f1A" ".. tr....,.,.. JaMs A, Moor. pastor .f
I : .... H.t1ee61 l I.tl.. ..... .. .fMr. PlMMitt. Hope Baptist
A.wlea lass R.*UIH*. At.trr. Crmrcfiand
Ho. 1 6U1JWfTEES author
n.. h aria kit. aid .... ...... "'''...a, p.stH Urn .f the Moor Sya.
,.,....a, ..IA- .It. ..IM.i.; .f ..... .f s. U.w.. ..,.iet Clsrsb. .. Isis,. ......for Churches, all of Baltl'
a l ..... f.r ..... _... ,."..... "Sidius. ..... ...4- Md.

414STEPHANIE Ho. 2 GU1JWfTEES TbaN ,... : : \01 T. J. MODAL&. '-". SM.; Iapalss Cbwa IrooUye, N. T. ,

... '" + IIY. &T. "YUAT. P..-, ,.... Ato .. toy** Ckore .. w...
'Mf U set .tf.fie4 wish 11.1.1 ....... De C.
tu. k. rf w sl..p. t. ....... lasat&.. :
l UV. L C. SMITH r.... Metresoi ea Soydf .. a.n.. W..... ...
M..l ..I.' r '., *. L.. .f Js.J. .a o. soars = .1 De C. .

NO.3 fiJlJWI1tfS n.t th Ith ""' I"' "''u ii: ,.. obere *atl9ollf known '.od." e/e ant r a I.w ..ih.. aiony

COPELAND .114 -.. I.,. pUtt. .n fr.. sad :t........................t: who personally vltltid Mlipoh und secured '.m. al,...
..U.r .! .1 .........,.. ..4 sr.
The baby contest of the Church la.w.lb by aay rapdOi.ItI. ..'"
of Christ Written in Heaven 324 ...ey.Ma. AMAZING VALUE NEWLY RENOVATED HOMES
NW 16th at, was very rnracs ful.
The contest came off May With 1.2 and 3 Bedrooms $3
The winner was Stephernla 22. 4 GU1IWf1ftS n.. .,.. .... 900 and Up-Terms

Copeland, Mrs Geneva Pace, ,.,.... as per ...had. a S.I.aw. SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE
captain. ." ..., 0Wt wtA w 4.I.Ne4 bW .. ,
Second prize: Gregory Jenkins, .If... 11. hy" w111.d; .
Mrs. Mildred Scruggs captain. 4.1; :tarp. Ise 41..... ., 1 w MANY HOME SITE SEEKERS WILL REJOICE IN KNOWING THAT UPON

Margret Byars. captain. IN EFFECT HAVE BEEN EXTENDED.
Alexander Other contestants: Mary da 5 6IAIAXTffS n.. ...... .1 .I

captain, and, btra.Bertha Debris Rlggins Carter, 4..4. ,. .." 4.. t. a1...... .......................-.....................................' .

Mrs. A. Manuel captain. ............. by ,..... .f rWis 1M TERMS AS LOW AS
Thanks to an the sponsor for pwsluar b M. .... ..-a IN ....11,. ; PREVIOUS PRICES- :
such a :.wonderful lob.Sis. Iy .........4 ."... .,... by vK 's $2.00 DOWN end
ise.ee NOW 75.ee
Madeline' Byal"l, pastor aDd .., .. tba. ..Ie ftk.. ... pods.W .w $ $ per lot j $2.00

Williams, sponsor I. gins' aa.a.sI!.. .ff aU n.." $25.... NOW $125." let j per month
II.. .. .....Ut. kb as U. ,.,: per oa each let-

Miamian Gets ...... $411." -' NOW $ "." per let j naca .. nassstaa
I as aaczsr.NN
Divinity Degree .....a......M..w........................... .
William Henry Washington. SILP EVIDENT
sort of Mr, and Mrs. Renfc I IWo
Washington of 820 NW Qth at. .... .M o few of fko ...v wio FOR FURTHER INFORMATION AND FREE BOOKLET WRITE TO:
recently received the bachelor! of ,Mi cad I bM lor a.". e..w>... M..I.lyiKSHr

divinity degree from the InUntbornm.UonaJ + '. C&Ultf.'IIt-S2ISHJ' ;
In Atlanta Ga. Mr Washington.cater U...BTJUI UtiON lOST fa. I .l Vuibftm, 1 INC .

a JJ37 graduate of Florida A UK I
M Diversity ARAMINGO and 6IRARD AVES. PHILA. 25 Pitie \
secretary, served of his as correpondto senior- / WHT i M32> it HnH I;. nr&<.$o W J t

class and .teas employed at a pro- un Kl. f. L MKASU! Tub!-. IX,
para worker at aurby :
nero rtvlHsf. Lid Hi SB8AT SCBOOl CtHCltSXi I
Oanuwmlty Center He has
Congregational now been called Cbtzrcii to serve fa the Aaai-First i !.!.. AMtasI. Friftrtj hr J115MJI FREE trip from P/iiWe/ph/a to Mlipah bar crpgplnfmtnl

CoD, A1&. __ ::::a"D_ 1 PT. at ""


St. John Celebrates Anniversary""

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m* .ASyr

1 ; :x PY

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I Served 39 Year Minister In Charg

sill John Institutional : L1

Baptist Church StoryThe 3

St. John Institutional Baptist Church was! organized

June 17. 1906 at N.W. 2nd Ave. and 11th Terr.
I St.. John Institutional Baptist Church, 1328 NW 3rd Are, .
Those who participated in the organization were Deacon ,
-- __
lc R
Grant !'aulkn'r.'I1I1t' Williams. Si& Corn Lee Brown.

Mrs. Julia William and He,'. John Rynom. Rev. Rynom .

was called as its first pastor! and Deacon Faulkner and ; A I # i I

Williams I its first deasons.! He,.. X. Williams! was calledto '

St. John six months after the organization. Rev. William .

1 served four years. Rev. X. K. Faulkner. Rev. J. II. :

Eve and Rev. J. W. Dukes nerved in 1911. j
On January 22. 1912. Rev. J. W. Drake took charge

and served until his demfce in February 1951. Rev. Thed- h _

ford John'on! I Is! the present pastor.! !
I ; +
From an humble beginning just! 51 years ago St.I .
John has! grown to a religious giant In service to its community *J # :

and the nation. In the past ten years the annual! '
:! l V 'i: t
income increased from 19.000 to $61,000 per year. The I ;

average intake of nwrnU'r exceed 150 with about half .

of three by bapt m.
*.. :,.
The church operates one of Dade County's flnestI, { s y

kindergartens! known a+ the St. John Tot (Center which'' ...
remains round including holidays. It has a
open year The St. John Tot Center i* ono of the staffed by nine full time and eight part
taT( of nine full time workers and more than eight part- largest and best operated kindergartens tinu employees. .

time workers pail by the church. The church has supported in the city. It ts open year round and is

from one to four students in schools of higher --. ._-- I --.
learning from their fund for
annually scholarship over
35 years.St. .
SATURDAY JUNE 18, 1960 PACE 11 W.HJM. Sodety Men. 730
John has than 200 voices comprising five
more Prayer Meeting ...... T\M-I. eon:
section of singer each Sum!*?. The Sunday School and
F9I'"tn Mfecfen Club Wed. 7;**)
HTU Is staffed by over 50 volunteer worker. The church Their most ivcent accomplishment I 1-14 the ultra mod-
Chair Rf'bH-.1 Ne. 1 Wed. 84X
building is air conditioned 100 percent with central heating ern pastors home and .bwiftewi. building locate! at llatlNV
ntt CUM
Thro. 7:30
for the chilly \veather. Some attractions to be wen at 3rd ave.. at a coat! of over $27,000.'uture (plans Include
St. John are two completely mirrored i choir bal<'onlH, H a modern building tu how*** the more than -10$ Sunday I/then Beard Meeti! W.... 80Junter :

fiber glas decorated 1 baptismal and vestibule that di*. School dawn*, U.T.U.. Sunday Nursery and Tot Cen- Church ...b.._. FH. 430;

play oddities and picture* of the Holy Land and Mission ter. Join them on their 5Ith birthday Sunday, June 19 Ch ofr ReliecrMt N*. 2.... Prl. ago:

fields of Africa acquired by the present pastor while on and every Sunday there-after. Miami's progressive down.

tour ef 25 c& Rtri $ during 1955. town Church. 1328 NW 3rd ave. Weekly Auilllary Mtttlng
flay Scout M -Mn< Men 5,3C

/ ) < l -. f di Cub Meet .._..__. 1.1.,.. 530

y ---Ji6-. Jr Laymen .....- Ttiec. 4:30

_- ,-, ill 1 1r Red' CtrckTu* 430

Bunthlne Bftd .. Set. 430

Descent meel f k4 Jd each Tu* -
I Ida)' nifM before lt Su 4f.DeareneM .
I meetliifc. (Mid each
Wednesday nlffct before fat Sun
Conference tneetiiWH hW qvMrterly -
before lt Sway. 830: pm
i The above terricet are mbot tot
.auEe of daur and day upset notice

Mr Gladys IfumM Smith, S xrjr*
Spry D. (hula. Clerk
ar a ,
Rev. THedfard JaJMuan, MMfrterPaU .

\\Ii r can be r,adi d by pbon crreaidenre
< M ttated:

This two- tory frame building served as the original I This new building at 1148 N W 3rd ave. U the present Pantor phone: FR 3-1684.

parsonage of St John for many years. It was located Jurt 4 parsonage The $27.000 building houses: the pastor And Church:: FR 1-3212. Miami. FU.Omrrh .

'911th of the church building. r his family upstairs and has three stores downstair : m 1-321), Ml*ml, Tit.. .


6 Weeks Program

1>r SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 196U at Phyllis WheatleyPlan

a to have your child enjoy

six weeks of his or her summervacation
with us. Activities will be
CARDS offered In arts and crafts dane-
Inc, story telling group singing
doll and pet shows field tripe.
Where At Phyllis TOieatleyElementary
IN MEMORIAM School June 20 to
I We. the family of the late I July 29, &:30 am. to 4 p-m


Range. I SALE nfY. Ramu'l 1 (lay. pastur

I City Lot. Price: Sunday School .. _._-.w.w... JJ:.
Borders of ... lioi
William next to Morning worsntpM-
70th si, died in Jackson ft.at.frontage and 18th ave Evening worship ..,,....,_. 7.-Q4
'June 9. He is survived Charles 1401 Publicity Committee

two father auters., Eddie The, seven body ., N.W.. Washington On Thursday evening, June %3.
ped to Marianna on J Jull Presiding Elder F. A. Allen of
rites. he North Miami District will
anal act at once. Call OWe hold his third quarterly conference
Mrs Fannie Mae 1m 1-2403, 1530 NW 69tl which "'e are expecting avery
NW 10th It., died : inspiring meeting and looking -
., Jackson Hospital. Mrs. forward all boards making
t tive of Orviiie, Ala, had AND SUNDRY. Rea- a i written and financial report.'
f Miami for the two ,. 1-9M4. The elder will also be with us on
body was shipped to I I I II Sunday morning June 26 to deliver -
Rr on June 15 lor final the message. We are Inviting -
I the JubUc.J.l4nda1 .
.... I Robert Demon, 1221 Opportunity
It.. as*. 2, died June < night the pastor, choir
General Hospital at I Concession No.2. usher board No. 2. members -
Bob, an employee of the and friends of Mt. Hermon
1"J. __ Glass Mirror Corp had open air bar. will motor to Hiaeh to render
Miami for the put two woman. No invest' ervice at Bethel AME Church.lev .
WlUAAJsl |Bill) MILLER native of Albany, Ga. I. Fayaon, pastor.
who di* er April UI, 19SS, vived by his widow, rent. Sunday is Father's Day, "TheSize
mourn ., nos. of a loved one parents, three sisters. BAR of a Man's Hands will be
on this hater*** Day. will be on view in the the pastor's subject'
Emsr Mover wife Friday, and will be N.W. Sth Ave.
Erorr turner; daughter June 18 to Dawson, Ga.Serjeant I !
Joan Miller, daughter FR 4-5946
Rene Miller, daughter Hardie FOR SALE
Billy Miller Jr.. lOll ion oi Mrs. Louie .
11INMEMORIAM Of'Mdd 1dm1 NW 13th ct, was the i t Lovely furnished bedroom

serving m accidental with Army home, beautifully landscap.
body is being returned ed, as low as $290 down.
In loram of our dear
SMmory United States for final
Repairs $85 per month.
.. late to be announced.
--- ---- --- 2nd Ave.

The twin infant : ze in metal heels
Mr and Mrs. Annias Italian shoes.
1100 NW 3rd ave, apt. all
s* In Jackson Hospital duplicate work 6100 N.W. 17th Ave.
!t Graveside services: were
ed June 14 at Lincoln 1 a.m. to 1 p.m. OX 16341MOYC
tanetery. guaranteed

....... ......
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Brot rd i .

Co ? Pays'c. in Today

Nr SALE $95 Cash Down

clothing, lamp,
: .y Rent with Option to
; i tables, odd chair,
WalttrMrs Buy
r. I ., bicycles, toy,

----- pots and pan, Furnished lance l-lHslroom

I J Barr I ., play pens. Florida room. excellent con-

.. &. w-.;..IITJIOMAS Evelyn fr_ are tables, coffee dition. Drive by 3012 NW
Job as chapman. and 7th ..
A. CAREY lot the Woman's) Day I to $3.00.
who departed this life on June Baptist Church wh I i -0-
21. 1959. held on the fourth 1 will go a long way
Gone, but not forgotten. Juno. All the ladies I I I '.. $400 down $83 Mo.
Sweet are the memories of i a crowned for the splendid

loved Eroiie one that Carey never Thomas fade are working toward the I Trading Pos Furnished large :2bedroomFlorida

James Carey Mrs. E. J. Clark the! room frvi4ily |l.a nt-
Jeule Mae Finder operative wife of the NW 62nd St. ed. See 3015 Nt\' 58th St.
Ruby and Omega Carey be the morning speaker.The ;I
I -
IN MEMORIAMIn charge at 3:30 pm. I : ; i Gold Coast Realtors

sad but loving memory of Evangelist: Terncita 4101 N.W. 2nd Avt.
of dear from the Church of
my wife i PL 1 .2420Straighten '
Mho departed this Ute June 15, Williams minister. Mrs. ... -
1936. Gone, but not forgotten. has organized two New 3-Bedroom --"-..
Sleep on and take your rest I is serving as a
l eve you but God loves you best out and bear these .' : Floors, Garage
Jam** R. Rogers husband Jesus. 1
Shirley M. Rogers Reed, 55th Ter.
dau titer The Starlight Lodge
Pate Ann Boyd niece will meet Friday night
ionic Temple on t Sunday 4-6 p.m.
IN MEMORIAMIn All members are
present and on time. CONST. CORP.
loving memory of our dear t ( Indl
mother Mrs. Margaret Grant t
LYDIA ANTONwho and 40th
O. ave, Hyde ;7 t:
pasted away June 18. 1959 at home recovering your hairat
I cannot say and I will not say tration she underwent
That she is dead-the Is Just away nil hospital Many HOME In one
With a cheery smile, and a wave Zion AME Church and easy application I
of the hand bas and many
She has wandered Into an unknown YU 3-IIT2. Now yea sea lute .1ar.t..
land I : Ass'n .au,.. ...,.-&o-.tyte atralskt
LaJw that eroa't go beck Ofta tohottrt
And left us dreaming how very '
fair ; N.W. 49th St. &W. Eu.ao.
fellow 4hecUO. '
I It needs there.must be, since she lingers Jackson's meetings lit and "..,.... Ia..., ped.ap.SILKY mossback.

And you-O you, who the wildest Children's Pknlc nights of each STRATE
yearn Virginia DeathSUMMER Membership drive a.'VTU XKULAR atr.wttA
For the old time step and glad : IIC TWO "aJAI
return All residents of yes $125
Think of her faring on as dear June 20 to July 22. invited to join c.y&Na& .....III II." ...,...ilia
In the love of there aa the love 'H $1AO for entire I AT AU COSMETIC COUNTERS
of ben out transaportatlOM./ Adams, Prcs.
Think of her aWl as the same I ranapertatlan. ftchoel C. Bawl, Sec'y ---
She ter.is not dead-she Is Just away.1 Join The NAACP
The Anton Bain and
Alexander Famlllea Advertise! It It Pays! Don't Fret Fight t'MIAMI
-((save copy of poem)


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901 N. W. 2nd AvenueOpen

9 A.M. to 9 P.M. Sunday 9 to 1 P.M.SAnJRDAY .

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Mt. CALVARY BAPTIST School. lie is well known as a
dynamic speaker' with a vast
.Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor
warehouse of knowledge. We are
Pnyuis Myers, reporter that he will lend statue to
Sunday School __________ 9:45 sure
and inspire us In the
.Morning Worship ............ 11:00 our program
way that he has inspired many.
B.T.U. 6.-00 Anotheer outstanding attraction
_______ 7:00
evening Worship
of this program is the fact that
Sunday morning our pastor de- the celebrated "Men's Chorus" of
Ctmrd iiverea a great message. wnich was Mt. Tabor Baptist Church will be
y to "!lJrtocUgai Son1 everyone furnishing the music for the occasion. -
me there enjoyed 1vef7 much. This choir Is under the
Again Sunday night anotner soul- direction: of Mrs. Thomas Blue.
: surnng message was delivered by
= Kcv. Stephens subject "KnowIU1G Our pastor is truly inspiredand
Understand Ooa" which WAS well prepared having received
GKACE PRESBYTERIAN taken from the. book of JeremiaD his theological training from
-U-l4. Southern Methodist University.
I' MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Mtrv. Wiuiam K. bavoy. pastor Sunday at 4 pan. we had our lie has inspired us to progress
IUD AVC. and tuna Street and ask to be witnessto
I Chnoien* i>ajr pro=rbien we you a
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JUNE 48, 1960 aunaajr fccnwoi ... ........ K3U was by Mrs. M. Ste- this progress next Sunday
Morning Service ...... ..... 11:00 *Aens.sponsored Toe program was a success morning at 11 o'clock at our
uxunsleff teUowsnip __ COM Men's Our churchis
Day program.
ana .,ajo> :u by everyone
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST IrtAKllN MEMORIAL AMt Fifteen young people have :'texSun4&1 at 4 pan.we are located at 2011 NW 5th court.Men's .

completed a series of six commurucant icing: to Have !'ather, Day pro-
Rev. C. J. Burner pastor 1t cnn and tiellr.aWLImI
Claudia Wilson, reporter Harris, reporterRev. classes. Last Sunday gram.our sick and s&ut-ins are-us.At. -'.
received into the
Sunday School .,,, -.r. MO L. K. Brown, pastor they were Sis. L. Williams and Day Speaker
Monung. service 11:00 BUUU4JT bCQOUl .... .. ...i ...... vas I IMurmng church in a service that witnessed Kelly, lor .
BTU ___ ftJO worsmp __________ 11 a* the rite of baptism, confirmation AIS. J. tfeal. We are praying

Evening services ..... ........ 7:00 ACE League _._. ....__.. 5:00 and Holy Communion. The you to have a speedy recovery.
Evening worship "..,........... 7:30 theme for the morning was
Notice: Sunday morning at 1 Trinity' The Season d The Melbertha Gregg Mission ,.
a.m. we will meet at the churchto cnurch's Growth"
Services on last Sunday were The pastor officers and members '
&Q down to the water, to be a deeply inspiring. The youth of The adults have completed their of Melberu Gregg Mission'II I 4I.
witness ol the baptism. W. will our church was in charge for the series if Sunday evening conversational invite the public to bear Minister
be expecting the members of the' day commemorating Children'aAfter study classes on the Ferry Sharp, son of Greater
c&urca friends and visitors. Buok, of Timothy on which the
Let us continue in prayer tot the evening service the last several sermons have been Bethel of AME Miami Church, as he and preach a product thet I.,. ,

the sick grieved and ahu -1D. climax of the opopularity contestwas based. Father's Day sermon June IV at 3
held, with Bro. Murray James Last Sunday afternoon members Don't miss this treat. .
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY getting the title as the mot sad visitors enjoyed a delightful pjra. 1643 NW 1st court I l I .
tea, sponsored by the I Ii
around Martin Memorial -
popular man \
Emma Watson
North Rev Mrs pastor i
Thomas Baumgartner, Bra James realized $171. senior choir at the home of Mr. .
Miami businessman, will lead tbs and Bro. Andrew Gross realized and Mrs. Harold Hlggs.This .
discussion at the Baha'i Center, $152. Sunday brings a vital BROWNSVILLE: BAPTIST

137 NW 11th ave.. 8 pjn. Sunday The presiding elder will be morning service for Father's Day. 2749 N.W. 4fcth Street 1
June 19. Ills subject will be with us ton1&'btor' the second' And m the evening at 7 o'clock Rev. R. Thompson, acting pastor
-Understanding: A Gift From quarterly conference. All boards the men and youth of the church Aiu lT.it, reporter

God. All are cordially: invited and auxiliaries are asked to be will present a program, highlighted Sunday School .._._._, 9:30
participate in this iHKTtftn. in readiness. by a panel discussion. Morning Worship ..._._....... 11:00:
On Sunday the Women's Auxiliary -What Fathers Expect of Their Evening Worship ..._.._. 7:00
SPIRITUAL BAPTIST to the trustees will have its Sans, and What Sons Expect of
JUv S. A. Thomas of Mt Sinai
Their Fathers.
annual tea from four to six
Street p.m.
S.W. 176th
Baptist Church and his congregation -
A wonderful Is in store
rerrine Florida ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. whirl be with us June 19 at
for you. Won't you come out and
EraesHutcheson Jr.. pastor
llev. 3 o'clock. Pleue let everyonemeet '
Sunday, June 19 will be observed be with us? P. W. WiUiams, pastor them there, we will have
as Men's Day aOU The Rev. James Grisby of Mrs. Bune4ba Green, reporter service every night starting on
the morning a Hunt Chapel AME of *',,mo Sunday School ... .. .. 9:45
church. During ? the 20th throughout the 'week, The men: cf M"" Z.3a: Baptist
special Men's Day message. At will be speaker for the occasion. Morning Service .._-........... 11:00: different ministers and their congregations Church are having; thrlr: Men's
The group solicits your support. ..._.._..... ... _
the evening service we will havea BTU ,..,. 3:30 each night.' I Day Program June 19 Otis D.
Out pastor will deliver both Evening Worship _. _. 7:00:
program. We are continuing to have din James manager of Afro American
Bra Leo Johnson will preside. messages on Sunday. If you have ner sales Saturday night
every on I Life Insurance Co. will be
not heard him You invited with
since he has been are to worship
address will be the 18 the sale will be
The principal at
th the speaker for the morning service
us in the fourth Sunday June 26.
with us ,
you are missing treat
a 1
liuel Cox the assistant 3334 NW I
Bro. 51st terr. Let's all
given by : patronize at 11 am Rev Edward T.
So The youth of the church will be
come out and hear
of the this dynamic I
recording secretary her. Bro. and Sister Pratt Graham minister.
personality. in charge all day. The theme for
church. with at the day is God's Youth March are selling barbecue every Friday I ... ........11..........
Please participate us and Saturday night at the
ANTIOCH }Vr ard. The morning speakers '
our Men's Day next Sunday. BAPTIST Miss Nettle Bell Smith, a member church ADDED INCOMENO

Hn. U. W. Poster pastor of St. Luke and the evening MONEY DOWN
ANTIOCH BAPTIST A. L. Juriu.on. reporter speaker is Allen Turner of Bai Nelson Adams Men's !

pastor Sunday School ..._....._, ,,, 9:45 ten Chapel AME Church. } BUILD ON YOUR LOT
J. Stapherson.
llev. W.
Morning Service ......._ 11:00 The Men Day committee is Day SpeakerSunday I
M. T. Copeland. reporter [in Dade call OX
Sunday School ..._.. .. .. .. 943 BTU _________ 5:30 sponsoring a sale Saturday night
Warning Service ..... 11:00 Evening Worship .......?....__ 7:00 June 18 at the borne of Mrs. Annie June 19. we are observing I Broward County
I1XU .._.................._._..... .,.- 330 This Sunday will bring to a B Sullivan, 2021 NW 63rd st our annual Men's Day WA 2-9411
The This is without doubt
invited. program. a
,,..,.......... 7:00 public
Evening Worship close our revival meeting for thisyear The No 1 usher board is celebrating the greatest program we have I j I \Writes Percy Hepburn
Service will follow the usual as we assemble around the its annual tea Sunday ever planned and wit definite ARCHITECT ANDBUILDER
procedure.The Church Pool for baptism at 9 July 10. 4 to 6 pm at the home 'ly take its place as one of the I I I
.R -v. II. C. Boyd of Albany ajm. with Pastor Foster presiding.I of Mrs. Luvonia Hughes 1224 highlights in Trinity's plan of I 871 NW 7th Street
Ga. k preaching far us duringour We thank our many Christian I NW 5ih ave. progress. I' Hallandale Fl
revival service You are invited friends for your spiritual sup- We are fortunate to have as *.
to hear this Gospel preacher port and special thanks to the Church of The Open Door our speaker Nekton Adams I [(formerly of Naan. Bah.)
\diewill be preaching thru Rev. E. F. E. Rheins for a Job principal of Dunbar Elementary
June 24.Continue. well done, former pastor of the (Congregational)
in prayer for the sick: Mt. Gllead Baptist Church of Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor
and shut-ins. West Palm Beach He now pastors A. E. J4c. eal. reporterOn '
Edison Center Paint
Trinity Baptist church Sunday. June 12 the church
ST. PAUL A. M. E. 243 West Rayen Ave. Youngstown observed its first anniversary.Rev ALSO CONTRACT

Rev. M. J. Fajrsoo. pastor our Ohio.friends We pray for you and McDowell delivered a very PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
many God's
19th St. and 4th Court benediction. greatest inspirational message urging the Licensed and Insured

Sunday School _.__._______ 0U church m oTf faith to In greater God. service and' Colors Mlied Free Frte Estimation and Consultation
Morning worship .............. 11:01
ACE League ___________ 5:31 Vacation Bible After the service the congregation Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.

Evening St. Paul worship was at_., ...her. ....highest.. 7:01 School at Mt. Sinai during enjoyed which time a brief Rev.' fellowship and Mrs. Time payment plan ailable--Phone PL 9-3231

Sunday with the youth day program Girls and boys between the McDowell were presented a gift'
under supervision of ages of 3 and 16 are cordially invited as a token of the esteem in which -ycxrc.Cy.
I they are held by the members of ytk
Lucille Baker. The speakerwas
Mrs. to attend the Vacation Bible i the church.On' .
Raymond Dunnell, a sophomore School at Mt Sinai Baptist' ENROLL NOW IN
Sunday, June It the
of Florida A and M University. Church. 1419 NW 5th place. will
Music was conducted' by School hours are from 9 am which time Rev.Father's McDowell's Day sermon at SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor

the Junior Choir. to 12 noon beginning Monday, will be "Israel Father ofa
Evening service was conducted June 20 to July 1. Activities dur- Nation." a Life Long Profession
by our Presiding. alder: Dr. F. 11the school session will include Services for the church are
A. Allen who was here to bold a specially prepared Joint held each Sunday in the audi- Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
his 3rd quarterly confereence. worship service, music. Bible torium of the Seventh Day Ad-
Ills theme iwas "Great Day,- Story Time and many creative list School AU persons are cor' 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
which was very inspiring.' Music. activities. dially invited to attend.
was conducted by choir No.1. Refreshments will be served K .,.A ')o't

dally. Parents are urged to visit Vacation Bible
St. Mary's Observes the school and register the child

Annual Men' Day ren.1-6640.For Mrs.information H. Storr principal.call OX SchoolMt OHvette Baptist Church UftMEY'S 0/r-ftAH/ STORE

Rev. S. A. Thomas, pastor..
St. ).1fT'. Wesleyan Methodist will begin its annual vacation The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Bible School June 20 and last
Christian Church. 1609 NW 5th
court will have its annual Men'sDay ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH through July 1. Every boy and 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
girl between the
June ages 3-16 is invited -
observance on 3134 NW 23rd Ave.
to attend.
{ 19.The Rev. F. L. Johnson pastor The finest products tt Cut Rate Prices
public is invited to bear Mrs. Sarah Pool reporter'

Moses I* Perry' executive: secretary. : Sunday School _...___........ 0:30:: Alma TranquilTablets Thlnz Super
Carver Branch YMCA. Morning Worship ........_... 11:00: CASH Walker Reducing Plan I." t
speak at the 11 man. morning service P B. Training Union __.....? 5:30: Ointment .. OM MS Tonic _. 1.41 Lit
and Willie J. Wright Instructor P. B Training Union _._.._... 5:30 $25 to $600CALL Posntrs Swamp Root ___ J8 1.SI
of mathematics. Browns. The men of St Mark will cele Hair Btrgsmont Draaln1$ Father John .71 14

Till Junior High School speak brate their June first IP. Men's Day program PL 8.3 6 5 3 Long.ald Hair Cardul ... 1tt
730 evening service. You are invited
at the pan. ,,,, .10 to .7t
Drcaslng 1.00 Earring pr.
to attend U-.T
Music for both service win be our Day pro- IDEAL LOAN CORP.
the popular St Mary Wesley gram. A musical program will be OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY I A.... to 10 P.M.

Methodist Christian Church Male given Friday June 17 at 8 pm. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
Chorus, bandmaster, Albert Again you are invited Sis. X

Carey, conducting. Johnson sponsor I

-r.tV.7.Pt rr Late Registrationat MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

.. THIS and FAMU for Dade I SATURDAY JUNE 18, 1960 PAGE IS

Because of the late closing of
Dade County Schools teachers Fashions For SaleThe

THAT (will be allowed to register with- CAL'S
out penalty until June 20. Classes O'Neal Bronze Modeling
began' at Florida A and M University Club is presenting "Fashions Foe BAR & GRILLENOW
on Wednesday, but President Sale" on Thursday evening June
By RUTH N. POLITE George Gore made the 33 at 8:30 at the Fiesta Club, 642
----- -------AA---------. i special ruling for Dade teachers. NW 2nd ave. An array of the lat SERVING
------- -- ------ ----------- est in summer spring and fan attire *
DONT DIE OX THIRD. Some- Forge Classroom Teachers' Medal Recreation for the well dressed woman, BREAKFAST LUNCH
one has pictured the world u was formally presented to worthy ProgramAt will be displayed by profession AND DINNERAt
baseball team and the people in it Principal Ethel Primus Thursday A. L. LewisAn al models DandnS and entertainment -
as the players. Most of them reach night in especially planned pro. will be added attrac Popular Price
first tough their own effort. gram at the New ML Zion Baptist enlarged recreation tions. Admission is $1.00 and the
sacrificed to second summer public is Invited.NAACP 6006 N.W. 22 d Ave.
They are by Church in llialetfh People from program at A. L. Lewis Elementary *
their parents and friends. Then all walks of life came to pay trib- School .U. made possible this
by someone else's effort they ute to this dedicated' educator year by added facilities and a ;BreakfastThe
manage to reach third. Maybe it for exceptional service in fur- special invitation b being Issuedto
wu a loot fly or a hit by a team therinc the cause of responsible adults to >GIn the classes. Reg annual Membership' Break
mate. Maybe It wu an error on citizenship patroitiam and agreater istration trill open 8:15 Monday fast sponsored by the Greater OPENING SPECIAL!!!
the part of the opposition. understanding and ap for every age from six up said Miami branches of the NAACP
But when a man gets on third predation of The American Way W. Y. Robinson who with Miss will be held Sunday, June 10 at Method Schoolof
the going toucher.. The opposing of Life" Congratulations and a G. J. Humes, W. E. McIntosh andF. the Sir John Hotel at nine sun. Easy
infield draws in for a possible bcuquet of hiM Iscuses' to you andyour Saunders will direct the program Mrs. Lucille Wheatle,. girl scout Charm
play at the plate. All attention community. executive will be the speaker ona
is centered on the player There will be athletics arts and fine program. Specialising 'In Weight Reduction
who threatens to score. SEEN IN TIE CITY. Former crafts drawing, folk dancing and Muscle Tsnlng and Madtllng
At this joint the analogy ends. Miamian Dr. W. A. Bisson. now a square dancing and a story hour. ARE YOU INTERESTEDIN St.
In baseball, the man on third depends resident of Nashville Tenn, is in Some 600 local school childrenare MUSICHere's 1540 N.W. 62nd
on the man at the plate to town attending the American expected to flock back to
hit the balL To be sure he has Medical Association. Dr. BisaCn is school next week but this time Your OpportunityAn Call Mrs. Evelyn Tynea
to run maybe slide, but the principal the brother of Mrs. Vera Austin they will play in the school systems experienced university
OX NA 1.0470
responsibility is the batter's.In and Winifred Thompson Dr. recreation' program. trained music instructor will -
life, tee man on third mustscore Milton Smllt" former BTW instructor Summer programs at the area's teach private voice and piano Jll
entirely by his own effortDONT .U. visiting friends for a two schools also are proving popular lessons at your home. The lessons
DIE ON THIRD. short period Mrs. Ellen Tern- as over 200 boys and ,girls have will be scheduled: at your convenience
pie" Adderly wife of Bruce Ad.I'I already signed up at the A. L. for a reasonable rate. Advertise! It Pays!
FABULOUS IUNKEYDINKS. derly who lives in Chlppingham i', Lewis Elementary and West Limit to 10 pupils. Call NE '-sInI

Wednesday at midnight amid a in Nassau spent a pleasant after Homestead Elementary Junior I
letting of silver, china, crystal noon with the George Tinkers I High Schools.
flowers and palms at the home cf (Verne T.) in Opa Locks. .. Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted .

Mrs. Ann V. Graves, the local Guaranteed ........................ ......... $4.75
chapter of Rlnkeydlnks was born.A Friends are congratulating Like great ships they sail serene- Your Portrait Only ................ $1.00 .
small croup of friends witnessed lain."I1Jtlnn Ingraham becauseher ly on.. In a calm sea or a great
the installation services Mrs charming' daughter, Christell. tempest How GREAT are you? Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios .

Flo Hawkins president introduced was a member of the recent 1 Guaranteed Watches .......... from $6.95 1.
members Ann Lindsay first graduating class at Flak Univer
vice; Francenia G. Patrick second and DAVID JEWELERS '
ry. RJM+W+ftM-ftAMMVFf I
vice. Zelma D. Black recording 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 ,
secretary; Jsnie Reeves, fin- of Omega PIt Phi fraternity.In SUFFERERSJ. 1 ,
nandal secretary; Portia Bannis
order to thanks to the tea arvs wt a.ntu.-
ter treasurer; Blanche Calkmay,! say
,, _
TT aaa>y
people who had hand
many a in
director of publicity; Susan Frank M KA11 alartatpaa pO.waf awsoha SPECIAL SALE
Un, chaplain Mary Golden, chairman the development of her daughterand naa.reat s.i ... stns sr ua.r .
; Translator Radio. low ... ,,..,,.
of Sunshine Comnu Marie extend a social courtesy to ana.aa, ....sew..... a..oo.a aa aa ---T--.1. .I.T-l.ll |f.IS
F. Brown co-chairman; Corrine the Mr. and Mrs Richard B wt""- .-..aam a.we..rsa.n.lSt I Ii 17-Inch TV 1"t.low M .. ._ T..-1T-r.--.? ._ n..'

L. Anton chairman of program Jenkins Mrs. Dorothy McKellar Table Radloo' .* low aa .......... ....,"."..,.,".,,.,,7.1$
and social committee' ; Louise Mitchell gave a party and presented gifts i 7gar :! .4 For FREE TESTING In Stan
our bring your tubes, radloe
co-chairman; Eurmla' B. to the nonorees. It was one of the ci..i.. a .
Thomas business manager; Pink I most unique affairs given during :-war..ar..w.r and TV's Lowoot Repair. Prlco
ie Price. Orlando and Ruth N. the recent commencement' season. SOOTIN'S TV

bers.PoUte were voted honorary mem B. SMITH 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
),Ir. and Mrs. Theodore Blue. ELECTRICSERVICE
University and Miss,
new president of the Cgelloc
Mary Davis who will study at
Club is Mrs. Jane D. Lewis. Mrs.
Aselenla Pinkney is correspond- the University of Minnesota Electrical Contractor FOR SALE

inc secretary Final meeting of YOU ARE Cordially invited to HOUSEWIRING
the year was held Saturday even. have breakfast at the Sir John
tug at the home of the "BUT Hotel on Sunday morning at nine. "Don't cuss Call us" 4 LARGE BEAUTIFUL CBS HOMES
Stirrups with Verneka Silva as
hostess. This is the annual NAACP's"Move PHONE OX 1-3625
Freedom Forward" breakfast LIBERTY CITY AREA
Why not make it a family Night or Day
Dade County Teachers' Association
announced its newly elected affair? -: ------- Tile Roof. Wood Floors Large Lob

officers during the Fellowship Happy Wrdin Anniversaries to
meeting on Tuesday. They are to Mr and Mrs. Virgil Rogers and Drive by and tee
Emanuel Fryar, Carver Elementary Mr, and Mrs Leonard Ivy, June N.W. 75th St., between 12th and 13th Avenues
president' ; Mrs. Anette Mc- 14. Mr and Mrs. James JUcks and
Neal of Dorsey first vice; Mrs. ),Ir. and Mrs. N Dunes June 16; LYOft'fAllDayA&! Open Saturday and Sunday--Call anytime
Marian H. Shannon. BTW second Mr and Mrs. James E. People.
vice; Mrs Pauline Willis Northwestern June 16.Happy. iYi SUPREME REALTY-FR 1-6641
secretary of research; 48o t
John Pinkney. North Dade auditor Birthday Greetings to OimCfiE
and Phillip Cooper, Carver. Mrs Doris lIutd naon. June 14; CUSHIONS $jnte
chaplain Mrs. QtouUe Eve. Miss Carmen

D Williams. Mrs. Margaret Mon. false teeth tlfM fre
THE: CITATION of a Valley cur. June IS; Miss Bertha Made I vents MK. rum S t ttns the
June 1'; Willis Nicholson Mrs brcAlh Gives ctnuine comfort GRANDOPENING
Margaret Reynolds, Mrs. Blooming without o PorUock. June 17. I powders or gluey pallet.
Pay 1100 i..w-Balance (star A owoari otKovtsr
I Great people are not affected' by
each puff of wind that blows lit 1400 N.W. Ird Ave. Miami Fla.'

TO EUROPEJuly [ Due to circumstance beyond pur controlour

15 to August 12 Rev. Mother FatimaHere Grand Opening; has been postponedfor

It SO Days two .weeks. Watch this paper for date.

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t -
Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFor

a Fair DealsFAIR
8yW11fl- D.WUkins

fatter,* It b .eaW "works from :faction. A couple I knew hart two
.on to tuft;a mocha's work Is never little girls whom they treat like lire
done." But what Is said about China dolls Mary and June are
tether fret toil so. rather has mere puppets tor their mother to
sane extra chores around the dock, dress and father to show. My fire REALTY
t loo. Now whet art some things a year old daughter observed "Mary
dad can do to be a bettor em? and June never get to really have
I THI: BEST GIFT .. can give IsUs fun, do they
time. This may mean reading Father must be !Just and level-
11: .. the children, buUdlnf somethiaf beaded about discipline. When
Marty Jones canes In his doer at .
night he takes off his belt and gives .,
his children the beating they have ; %
been promised by their mother. Is r
It any wonder that son children ) #1 ?
I later defy all authority 1.

THI TTISX father uses discipline )."' '
to help his chad. Such a father ,
: ....... that his ehUd wants to be
w good but needs help. B. always
remembers that the purpose of discipline
it seUiUsdpUne.OF .
with them or harinf a joint hobby.
COUB5X fh. coddled ehfld
Ifs rot for father toevo.dy
easy fen*
gets no bargain either. He well
01 hit time after omtei
later suffer for the and
home from work and pushing around smugness
selfishness be has learned at home.A .
s subway or bos. But be should
be dead h. has ahfldran, and IM father must be well adjusted
should show It ChQdrea used tmfimltad If ... wants his children to be. U
aft< .rani enough.TXDfAGEKS. that Ley loved he feels. secure ..,. .. '
and does mUbehsva. Ube ean r o.. ... L .
Mad a fc&er who look up to his father as a model] .. )11- .
Is approachable. need his :
he k to be fine '. ..:; .
rvkSanee sad advise. They want going a boy. De- -f': ..... ; :
sets from -

stoat him. lasts?to percent set and then the el ethic straight aQ of fathers.en...botitf Yet are homes Ilaq. ,of stability generally Blue understanding or rettgSous some preeITJf affection I R :M i' 0 w, : ; : R' ;IJ.rr: : ,

afrUd to help fjaftr efefldrea. IBIf flea 0
esw ..... ALLY, father can remember This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
that The fealty that prays to-
"dM an fcnportaat eaaSeng*. gttber stays kg the.* la feet<< fee
2 baths Brand New CBS
A hiar bans her first attitude poee.... digafty e* a father Is the -
abort MA from her father. Ladhew .sage be gives his ehfldna of Ood NORTH MIAMI BEACH BEAUTIES!!
t a SOB gt> along la a ..'. ear Father sa lias... The father
world b .....s by how he tot who tfaos rasp... his aaZUa fives See 1523 N.E. 152nd Street
along vt* iota fa...
A DID OUT let kb eKOdren betkenseivva. his build ahOdrea.Mlr ewe a saedel fasames.host whWi la Open this Sunday 1 to 6 p.m.-Mr. George

The tosaptsUan Is great Parenthood Isnl a pknK but.. ftIs SHOWER DOORS ELECTRIC HEATER* '"
to ferea sMiiisu flats nolds of per. one d Oodk. grsslsst ...



The Miami branch of fee
Liberty City
NAACP has been "too soft, too
easy and too understanding la Furnished No Closing Costa 4-Bedroorn One Mortgage
Open Sunday 2.5
seeking Integration of schools FT. p.m. One mortgage to pay clean and neat $75 .
Monthly Only $495 Down
Theodore Gibson, president of the 1435 N.E. 154th St. See 2321 N.W. 59th St.
said this
branch week. ONLY $495 DOWNSee
North Miami Beach
$495 DOWN
"It's high time either .
we wen 1528 N.W. 71st St.
more sincere,1 vigorous"ntoldtb.DadiGibson or you were more $395 DownBeautiful

School Board. bedroom Quiet Area Liberty City 3-bedroom

asked the board exactly new 3 and 4 bedroom ONLY $495 DOWNOne Brand new CBS home. Shower doors,
what it meant by a May 5 resolution CBS homes on large blinds .
about six Negro chOdrea landscaped Iota. City water, mortgage clean newly paintedSee
who applied last fall for admission $995 DOWNSee
schools, transportation. We 3146 N.W. 60th Street
to fwfcite schools. Public ...... .
hearings were beM for them la have several left to choose II II "11 "I .n I 1830 N.W. 70th Street

October.'Zo from. No closing costs, no No closing costs One mortgageONLY J

they have to apply again qualifying. $395 DOWN CARVER RANCHES
Gibson asked. "Or are Oe atc&icatkms --- ONLY DOWN
still in effect?.- $15 week. Move right in. Very cute
Coconut Grove small home for couple. 3bedrooms. New CBS. No closing

Pioneer Orlando Corner of William and Elix. See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave. costs. One mortgage. $85 month.

Citizen Dies abeth. New 3.bedroom CBS See 4121 S.W. 22nd Street
with large carporte. No Brand new 3-bedroom CBS

Ms Elizabeth DeVaughn Groraartle. closing costs no qualifying Opa Locka DUPLEX BEAUTY!II 1

pioneer citizen of 610 W. Call us for more informa ONLY $795 DOWN $2,000 DOWN
Washington st, Orlando died tion.
early Sunday night June 12 at $88 month. No closing costs CBS. Near N.W. 7th Ave. and N.W.

her home. See 1730 N.W. 154th St. 54th St. Separate garage. Building 2
i Mrs. Croroartie, a devout
f Christian and devoted religious Near 54th St 1961 N.W. 153rd St. years old See us!II
t worker through the years at ML New 3-bedroom, 2 bath, 'T 1 1 II
;' Olive Ala Churoh, was active to CBS built oven and range. REAL NICE!! Opa Locka Beauties!!
,' the end when she quietly passedI $995 down balance For couple. Small, neat home. Priced
lUce Pick
vr"in your lot Put
arw&y i now. up deposit.
low .
r She leaves to mourn: Two" i it rent. No closing; costs, no Pay weekly. House ready for Christ
t daughter Mrs. HsrUe M. Ron qualifying.Cash. ONLY $495 DOWN mas. 3-bedroom
of Arcadia Mrs carport rear
; Crecar-
tIe *>t New York one grand for your lot Large Florida Rooms I I porch. Models N.W. 154th sL, near
dau tter, Mrs. Inez K. Dana of J See 5916 N.W. 23rd Ave. 17th ave.
Miami, and a host of other relative CASH FOR YOUR LOT .
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Triday. June 24 at %30 pun. at PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St. VISIT OR CALL TODAY

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