The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00221
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 2, 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: UF00028321:00221

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Board Integrates.. 2 Schools: 1 Nearo In Each 'J i;

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Token desegregation of two and another to North Miami school in Florida to M WhUe admitting the two girls No reason ws given officially I
schools in North Miami Beach Beach Junior high 1075 NE desegregated. North Miami Beach Wednesday, the School Board for the decision in any: of the #
wu ordered bTa unanimous 167th st The two girl are sisters Junior High will be the first voted to deny request of 12 other cases.
Dad County School Board decision Barbara and Rosetta Pear white secondary school in the Negro pu&ils seeking to attend
Wednesday.The !"')n, "who live in the North Miami state to admit a Negro. white schools. Among these wasTheodore The move by the board to admit
board voted 4-0 to admit Beach area. Orchard Villa Elementary and Gibson son of the local : the two girls was seen as a 1
a Negro girl to Fulford Elementary As a result of the board action, Air Base Elementary were desegregated NAACP head who had asked means of strengthening Florida's
School 16140 NE lath avi.. Fulford will become the third last September. 'I. to 90 to Miami Jackson High. Pupil Assignment Law. ,
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Spectator ; Following their trip to Canada
t Mrs. Shannon Will attend the 9thEcumenical
Institute to be held II
et ntue: Ridge Assembly, Beads

; Crowd Riot: .I.IA I Mountain N. C. ft f fI

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bcmicide detective grabbed ordered the c:'"*'d to stand fast., Old a po'l,,",,:>n to take off his # < '

a shown and held ctf a threatening ., be sbot"Evans I, badge and fight "' .
mob until help arrived nt orted that the mob 1 I Ramey<< resist rd arTf'I'the .
Sunday after the murder of an t>*ffced off from the shotgun. and'' crowd began to chant and scream 4.
innonftt bystander. daring a flfht tn a few numHt* additional po- j'I and police pruntpTy" ; radioed" for T ::

The murder and the near riot :.ice unit and firemen' with high reiaforrtvnents.' including to ....
at Hart's Market 4441 NW preMure water boats arrived and the trucks. }
were I I ;
32nd ave Police ski Logan R. bnke ufi the crowd Water was Hamey slujECed a policeman I II ; "
Jones, 40. cf 3160 NW 4Mb stthet not turned on the crowd. -.4wn unhandeuffed" for a ride in 'T"Z; ;
and lulled Uriah Defcveaux Evans also said the crowd began 'I the paddy wgen. Later Ramcy : .. I'
27. of 3993 NW 4Hh at... and to get. out of hand when Lee, WM charted attic a**.uh and bat "ii"t'.: .".. ;
wtMMMfcd another man WUUe Rmey. 34. of 5250 NW 27th I tery. isolating< arm?, and inciting ..... '' .: ;
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Jon who WM charged' with
first dktrre murder said !woo had I I
Mrs Marsn: H Shannon and
gotten tate an argument with '
Man Miss Barbara Iluah are attending I
Byrd police rf'lfOl1' <<""d. Jones said
that he ht IMevee-ux by mistake -', the Christian Endeavor Convoca '
ton: in Ottawa. Ontario Canada.
Barbara will be one at the turnoree .
Police said Jane would give no Commits Suicide *. Sunday, July 3, when' the I
reason for the shooting other Albert Dietjnld plaques and certiftcates I rww
than to declare that Byrd was a will be presented to na- I
Nboodk n-, Byrd was reportedin Nervous' and apparently des* ttena) and state winners In the Miss Bush has been selected ,
satisfactory: rendition. pundmt Joseph William McCray. 1860 Christian Citizenship con" to attend the annual Stst0MInstitute
39f 2741 NW 47th It. shot and! BELGIAN CONGO a* a delegate from fear
Homicide Bet J. M Evans said 1 killed himself early Waineaday1morning testOther church Greater Bethel Ate and
thai a crowd' which he estimatedat I with a 22 calibre pistol PRESIDENT activities include a night Uuwing' this meeting. she will
5OO persons collected' outside I I in a forking lot next to the visit to Parliament J H1U special> attend the national Conaeettoa-
the market and became ugly 1 i Brownrrille' Drug Store accord: TAKES OATH participation in Dominion Day in al meeting of Young People of
when IKa ad other Metro officers +* to the Homicide Bureau off/ LUOIOLDVUXE. BelgieA Can- Canada July 1; and, a specialmMMgr the AMR Church at WUberfcMt
attempted to t.akeJ out the Metro Police Dept Up to late'Wednr ", go Joseph Kasavubu took the from Prime Minister University in Ohio Recently appointed
of the market dar, police were unable, oath of office Monday aa first John G Diefenbaker. Cnnnectional Associate
Al: activities and accommodate of Youth Work. Mrs. Shannon at-

mtabUfth motive tarLc
tn a -\ national president of the Republic -
The crowd became wild and have been scheduled far the also expected to attend this meetIn .
Crav' suicide The officers how of the Congo He swore to
abusive. and began moving in on fabulous Chateau Laurier. in Ot- .
IK,* ta4d Evans. ever. Mid It was definitely a carry out his. duties faithfully after I I
Tsar of suicide. i iPoikv I independence comes' Thursday -
"I ran to my ear and requestedimmediate and to light "stekneas. hunger MASON DIES IN
i explained that: UcCryVwife and on a concrete water tank wben
assistance over the J.f...,.. a mme at the! miaery. the Udder slipped and he plunged
radio I took a 12-gauge shotgun The new president declared the FALL FROM
Jackson hospMal. told them that! skull frac
the Ills was
fmm the trunk. I corked It and I i McCray was .f a 1kII'YOUaDI 1 Republic will need foreign aid, LADDERA to erne ground.
but said .H must be accepted onlyfrom
and had been tnsrtaTlad
I rameot acting M tanks nacre being
KO VICTIM j' countries .t>ose relation 35-year-old mason was fatally -
; wit peculiar recently' + at SW 14th at. and 122nd rre
with us win not be dangerous and injured Friday when he fell The construction is fill.
1 Me lead us into new bondage." This 12 feet tram a ladder. part
IMPROVNG Up to Wednesday morning water and sewage plant being
Orav's body Had net been released was regarded by some listeners as Detectives said Ernest Prescottof i( installed by de elopats.
\ te any of the tuners a warning to the Soviet Union I 429 NW 13th It., was working
Penscoa Ernie Tubba, a heMH not to Interfere' in Congo affairs.
young pro boxer critically Injured About ISO ateed-beJmded police -
ka the ring a month ago t McCray was a driver-aalestnan carrying rifles, guarded' the 4
showed slit improvement .in hie for ),1"J t Life Beer. lie Parliament building against possible
condition Monday attended sche at Tuskegee In. violence by political groups
.ti'ute>. excluded from the governmentCitizen
Hospital attendants said Tubba. I 4t
still yas in a coma' but has yawned
and opened his eyes oomsskmaHjr -

Tex, fighter. The suffered 20-year-old. a: brain Houston inJury -,I Croup Wins fool' Site Protest I t

i p in an eighth: round knockout t pi
dorteg a preliminary bout -- A group of citizens led byCharles x

r May 30 "NON SWIMMER" Hadley, appeared before ,
the City Commission at their
A blood dot was removed in ESCAPESDEADLY I regular meeting on Wednesday at
an emergency operation. > Dinner Key to protest the placement -
CANAL of the new swimming. pool
Daytona Bi-Racial \ for Liberty< City on the North. :
M->re than 600 people sweatedcut i western" High. School campus. l
a two-hour search by skin
Group Tackles Golf divers' Monday morning for a Garth C Raaves was spokesman : "r'I. I
fve-rear-old'! boy believed for the group and made a
drowned in Coral Gables Canal
And Baseball creditable presentation The yI ?
Ambulances with sirens scream- ccrranttrion' agreed' to put the \
rushed tanks and div I .
Beach Twelve ink oxygen budget
Daytona { 170.000 alkcation in the
'\r equipment' Police cf three
and 12 Negroes '
White persons and earmark the money far the .
c ties lamed Mrtro's public safev -
have been named to a bk-radaladvisory final decision!I ++ ..
quad at the scene .pool, but to await .--
committee to study racial L ---
problems in the Daytona And a half mite away Bart 1 on the location I until Commissioner After Tar Iig Day is Over -
Beads area. t nonchalantly stroked into the i George DuBrlel can meet Mtharry Medical/ School! grads James W Bridges Miami U lot. '
The committee" was set tip by heck rand of his home, his' with the commbeion: next week bed their robes for informal tern at Homer a VMUMtXtt.Lo .
the city Commikw on a recommendation rV'V* wet gatherings among their classmates ..-. M04 1iIII'iI' 41.Rf. :
by Mayor Owen Eu- "I worn out" be told his as* Also included to the delegationwere ., '
bank Among rU first duties wBl I or" *rvd fatties Herzie Guthrie, Dr Ben HAtkineen, Mrs include lea) nuttla,1hmt. ae+.,..,..a
Florsdian :
be to C"consider request by a Ke* of 4400 Broaker St. Blanche Dean, Mrs. Rachel Cut'I Left to right Raymond CutUi Jr.. A. GktlW '" assi.; "
civic! dub for desegregation The father claimed Earl could
gr ) I
: mer Williams and Mrs, Joseph I Kissknme. to intern at Freed,
nf the municipal golf course aDd not *wko. there be vu safe lAd
City Island Baseball park. I sound. i Tbonn soa. ma Hospital, Washington! ICaa* .. --

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Patrols Cruise to Nassau

Cafe Society Adult Classes on

Renovated I Sewing, ''Foods,

1f Decoration OfferedThe

adult Hotncmaking Educ -

:': n Division cf the DadeC

::-. n't Board of public Instruc-
to all adults
l.:n is offering

tr I -jrscs in Plain Sewing. Advance
I M ab f w,n Foods and :Nutrition

C"J Care: and Development and

1:-:.e Decoration.

r- 1: C'mal' ftC classes will beheld

: (n the fallowing centers:

? H.< okcr T. Wa ttngtcn. Monday
w :.r ,usjh Thursday evenings.

Dc ev Junior high Tuesda

c::.I Wednesday.
t I r Nor D.de. Monday throurh

F' .'L" evening.
J R E Lee. Mn4y.Ma .

I \-. High. Tuesday.
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CLYDE KILLENS I!.aleah: AME Church Wednes-
da* m rninn
Can Society 1W4 NW 3rd ave.hsj R R Mot on. Monday and Wed-

been recently renovated redecorated I nesdayJames

and is now Walden JM-BMft, Wed-
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The above croup are the child- W.son.! Beverly Barley Rhonda The children:: from Miami air-conditkmed for comP'1de-i ft8Ide,.
Ten of Bethune and Rainbow, Thomas Patricia SheUman Jose- brought gCfts: for their Nassau ta.nment and comfort
Elementary school patrols who) Ihlne Jlono..,. Leslie Gamble friends trons The management is announcing I Orchard Villa ScWel. Mondayand ,
visited Nassau on a threedayboat I. Charles Portion Arthur Edwards this week' the new imprcvCTnents -i TIMtrMa
The Nassau is headed by in the popular north-
cruise, leaving Miami June! Barry Shellman. Gary group
17 and returning June 20. Brown, James Ito!!., Geraldlnt Miss Mildred Sawyer teacherin side nfteryJimmy Jam. E. Scott Mand y.

They are. from Bethune: Mn. Flanders, Theresa Crews, Helen t the Nassau public school sys I Reeves presents nltely (morning and evenings

Bernice JobI>>on. Mrs. A. T.PbiI1Ip. Thomas Coreatha Best. tem This is the second year she Prank Royal and Ms aU-star recording Liberty Square Project, Wed-

.. Mr. and Mrs. S. Hutches' The picture below shows agroup I', has organized this very commendable combo' and floor shows n.-*., and Thursday"Northwestern
Mrs. Antoinette Booker Vel-
ace, ,
are presented' every Friday Saturday -
of junior Girl Guides and idea of baring the Miami -
da Solomon Judy Blocker, SylvU and Sunday after 10 Senior Hgh.
Grant Clarice Thornton Ua-' Junior Boy Scouts erf a Nassau children to meet the Nassau Friday (day and
pjn.. tile admiisien is 50 cents.Oten Monday UVretMto
da Adams Pamela Hutcheson, troop who came down to the ship boys and girls of their own ages. house |1. held Monday thru evening).
Sumner Hutcheaon in James to greet their American visitors Mrs Bernice Johnson, representing -
Thursday when admission is free
Co tand, John Capers. and escort them on walking tours Bethune School presentedMiss C'.ase4 will b .gin July 3. Registrattofl -
throughout the main places of Sawyer with a beautiful - for these flaxes will beheld
thorn Rainbow: Mrs Florence Interest In the city, Including the leaf shaped lazy susan as a tokenof at the above centers Re3trattcn *-
V JI JJow.,. Mrs. Gloria William court house and post office buildings her school's appreciation.The fee &is $ .00 for 12 le -
*, Mrs. Martha C. Day, An the market place the straw Advertise! It Pays! ORS For further mftrmauon call
thoay Simons Mrs. Rosa L. Fort market and many of the interest- tour was arranged by theN I PL 4-5491

oa, Patricia WU1Ian a. Cynthia English shops on Bay Street rth Travel Bureau.

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-- Ludlow Captures Sammy ).Iacke,.. 114 Homeateam
battled to a good draw.
Enjoy our ftlullng Steaks and .

Palace Feature Jesse James 159 Marion, Ind. ChopeThere' 1 r'r'A
and Cedric Dennis 134, Charlotte
always ..omethincCookin'
rraking the best that his opponent NjC also fought to a draw.

had to offer and building up Lee Rahmlng. 15$, Homesteadand atUniveraity

a comfortable lead Eddie Ludlow James Thomas, 151. Miami, Cafe

1M. Miami gained a unanimous ended in a draw in the final J- Augustus and WIIIU Mae CMSOIproprltUrs '
decision. over Jerry Powers 136, rounder ; Straighten your hairat
7icext *d in the main attraction
at the Palace Arena Monday Because of the 4Ux of July holiday W. SpoclalUo In Tasty coeds
nitf*. there will be no boxingat .
the Palace Arena next Monday 5801 N.W. 22nd Ave.
Johnny HUntower, 194, Honut- night. The fights, however will NE 4.8110 one easy application!
dead knocked out Bobby TigerAlltS. be resumed on the following
1_, SI Thomas" Virgin Monday night, July 11.
Now have the hair
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the 4-round aomifinal.Card I you've admired. The easy Silky Strata home method
give professional-type results leaves hair
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b1 *. 126, Patillas Look! Look! Loolc!
Anderson'sShoe I easy to manage, ready to style aa you deaira. Your
Puerto Rico, won a unanimous I hair stays straight longer won't back in hottest
decision over Chick VIxming, RepairsI Why pay $20 for a room go even
In the 3rcxz&der. when have kitchen humid ueather. Easy-to-follow directions, money>back
136tt. Miami cpeaiag you can a '
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,.knocked out Ronnie Campa122. and Italian shoes. Rev. Bowles has a modern I ckttdrm't longer, finer had,'. r S l&

sells New York; in 1 HO of We duplicate all efficiency practically. REGULARor....'.sAcrs.
new ST
'the second round. ar, coarser loir.MTWOOUNCCMI. 4TB
factory work furnished or unfurnished. ...- .
134. Kialeah gained open dally 1 a.m. to t p.m. 1851 N.W. 1st .q a..aere.rr 125 --
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Patterson Gets $771,232For


Stopping Johansson 3- BENGAL TIGERS Zoological Society of Tbtida.i .

I Then the jungle-born cab affil
.. ARRIVE FOR i be whisked to the son where they
INGO GETS 'I !will be placed in ow caNto next
TICKETS ON Howard U. Awards OUR ZOO a pair of female Ucoav

$593,107 SALE FOR COLTS. Scholarship to Here we Co again! (I' The (3,000 used to purchasethe :: t

NEW YORK The total unofficial Music Professor Crandon Park Zoo officials, change tigers thrown was into obtained the alligator from e

fate at last Mondays STEELERS GAME who met tertak, a polar bear cub tool at the xoo. The fund whkb
world heavyweight title fight was ..... at last amounted to "
549.5J of with I r'f"m? .,.-- 4W '_'7rlrt.11 from Alaska at Miami International count more/
(821,581 cam j Tickets for the second annual wI Airport just last week will than $4.300, was earmarked lor
from the lire gate at the Polo: United' fundpro-football game, I II July 1 to greet a pair of 250- ) a refrigerated penguin house until
Grounds according to a closed pitting the World Champion Colts, head hack to the airport Friday, it was determined that penguin .
circuit" television official. arainst the Pittsburgh Steelen,t I pound tfentfal tigers from Calcutta can live out of doors' in
will no on public sale July S. according -r I India. Florida.
Irving Kahn
president of the tc G. James Hughes pro-
closed circuit company (TelePrompTer And then Hubbard heard about
game committee chairman. I But this time attendenta' will
), Monday said 484.894 the tigers.
paid to see the fteht It 229 public Fans may purchase tickets for not attempt to shake hands with
and private showings in 160 he September 2nd scrap In the the nonth-oki newcomers' as The Crandon Park Zoo. form
efrtes. The average net price per Orange Bow' at anr of the following they did with the bear cub. led, in 1M9 when a aaaH t3+eat
*eat was $M.I locations. All Sean and The unrelated pair .will arriveon went" broke and was stranded in
Roebuck' stores In the Greater Riddle Airline flight 208 from: Miami now bouts 140 different
The TV show also was piped Miami area Including stores in ft. New York and will be met by I pecktt of mamma. U, reptiles, .
into 23.500 homes on community Lauderdale and Homestead M f and la '
; Dob Mattlin, director of the too, birds amphibians alt
antenna system in Arizona, New ti."n'a Sapporo Center in Kt Laud. and Wynant David Hubbard executive there are mere than 700 inhabitants.
Mexico Kansas and Wyoming ('nb!(; Mrttti.chtan: Bank in vice president of the y I .
The announced crowd at the Polo f'iviitown' Miami! and Gate at
Grounds was 31,892 not counting Orange Bow Stad'usn' -
the gate craters who were estimated j
by the promoters at over In addition to ticket sales' r
1 15.nnn fughe also announced" the ova.'-
abi'-1v ,,f a 3s minute m-irJe: r-;rviexing "
The grow Theater TV receipts hiatihght* of ttxCo':/". t
were S2.2S1.1Ir1. I'fttc a $23.sguarantee ) '1949 It"bOft" ''n whleh they re*
from U.ned their World Championship' '
antenna pert> e whose community subscribers tV hT. oWeatifw the New Y rk.I J...:.:') C Mcore has been awarded who PI\J Jstyle
were a ked to par 12 a home on Giants ath cloae of the secs n a tu.r.on: scholarship; for fur-i
fkout'M .*ftJ were" unnffldal #
the n 'nr vrtem Kahn Staid pend-the C vie cuf! or o her troop wt h.. .vr ift''s regular summer sescnn live in
Inc to nchethile a tlMiJl-paeJu..',
fne an a,dH hr hh accountants' banning! July 7 Mr Moore 1
ummer program to view the to a graduate of Hartford Public
Kahn **!d rV dm-nestfe" radio .film majr make' arrangementshr 1 Utah School and flak University. "I
netted 1170000. the nvve! had a utdl HHhern" B.'H Tekphnne I In March of this year. Mr. Moore ss. .
$:ARMA rttarin'ee and nrobablv Co by dialm< II 8. A. for cotinelmg served al! consultant In choral 1
rrottM d" me TTe reruns 1 service and f""tUt'ft the t music at the invitation: of Dr.
f"1' radK TV films and moat <- film.i i Howard Pool in. supervisor of i.
vfe mite' tn Dade He the ,5, \
about tAn Mn for t* .lof County U
a t i, Southern Hell l threufh t Hf sales
44M.OOO 1>at dM tuner i instructor of Mica. Cassandra -
not fntludflt" I' pmmotiAfi' et ff le.rtm.nt in sh++rv+"t
". V ndniirf8n! Hanna local pianist and for
ndtn? and TV the film a* a eemmtmHy senriee
re'+'t t+ ttest .urft bv nEeat t j no east V> UnMed fund. six rear served as chairman of If'I
"erne Jn4ranrlnnPatty. the music department and choral
... l Last. ...r*, Celt-Ste.ttr spec-, director a' Sf' Augutine'a College
"'_ e.guaite.l"" tMatr tack drew' 99.500. Ute .larger, fUlrigh NC DurAf his visit In
+e w+c $771.2S2 That" Inr1 )ded .I turnout to ever wttfWM a profes M.anv! Mr Moore was the hcu- I
an etHm.M $404350 from tonal game In Miami The Colts: Rues of the Rev and Mrs RitfbaClarke :: a a.l
Theater TV tM 400 fmn morjeiind west 36-21. r. /1
r dfA' and t774W frvn the
gate Prices fer the contest' are; General

Admission $1.50.< Heanredeau NEED CASH ,
. Jrrstnesrn! e tfmatedTSe eau $2.30. $3.M and $4 00. l
w,.c a S rTT .nt''nt'' '1ttM T:*-ke's may ai'o be obtained by 1 1I .l
rM n Vr TS!3?WO f r n m writing" United Fund Pro-Game. I $25 to $600
made and radio and $IT7 4t2 615 SW ben ave. Miami. 32 and i
fryer tfc* rse jAhanwm also received enclocng: a check or money order. CALL PL8.3653IDEAL .
1M per rent of the Scan ._ cal
.dinavian radio and movie rfrht t-1 LOAN CORP. 4
muM add am*!jer tW.OOO Don't Fret Fight t
for a grand tntl' of M43.107 I 6105 N.W. 7th Are.Ptm .

The aTMfme Join The NAACP \ I
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Garth C. Reeves, Managing' Editor and Business Manager
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'Catered a* SrrondTuMi; ,,;-,;t.i ;a:1Im': at the foM Offlrr

.; '. at Miami. frlorkla, under tbeaC't of March It. 1876 ,

-tnbr of the A..wtat4'd Xrtm Prrw ...; rdr _

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M"W" ed iii. Iiattenal !tewspapx"'" PnbtUhernTHE ANIM'1atkMI .. 'Woody Strode, famed athlete,
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plays a pivotal role In "Serflaant

I EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK I Rutledo." JOhn Ford'a auspcnaa.
for Warner Bros.
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Ye Editor returned' on Wednesday live report of "A Century of Negro .... Jeffrey Hunter, Constance Tew-

morning from ( icagoJ Progress 18631963. Stamps Chi- era and Billie Burke star In the
Porter, Myron
Illinois were he attended the I Representatives from VartTyper When the National Newrpaper representative Technicolor film cominG Wed.
Budweiser I
10th annual meeting of the National Corporation brought us Putt skiers' Assodaton: held its caRQ and Henry E. S. Reeves, publisher nesday to the LlbClty Drive In
in Chicago -
Newspaper Association. demonstrations and spoke on new 20th annual convention the Miami Times. Theatre.
Accompanying him eras his crandson. -! Methods In Printing We saw the last week, William G. Porter of

RUM Jollhrette. We left by Headliner and the Varityper ma- assistant to the vice president _.-

Northwest Airlines at 1 chines.At marketing Anheuser-Busch, I

makinf brief stops at Ft a.m.t 6.30 Mr. and Mrs. Sengstadte Inc was host at a recortion for $990 DOWNWill

derdale and Tampa arriving were hosts to the Association the group in the grand boulevardroom
30 ajn. had breakfast at tbtMidway \' at a cocktail in the Taba- of the Chicago Daily Defender buy two homes, Live in one end Ret good income I

airport then taxied to the' rin Parlor of the Sherman Hotel Among the nearly 500 from the other. Both homes are in A-l excellent .
editors and guests
Hotel 14 publisher
Conrad Hilton some
The Annual Banquet,
for the festive occasion condition.
miles away. II present
the cream social event of the

We went a day early so u to convention, was also at the Sherman 2-BEDROOM CBS
hare time for slxhtseelnf. At It ; Hotel It was largely l attended -I i JUST BROWSIN'By CUSTOM-BUILT

amwe. took a four hour tour of \ On this occasion the annual With Urge Florida room which can be used for third
the city visiting many places of awards presented Presiding
are hurricane
Interest Including the Museum of was John Sengstacke PAUL R. HENRYThe room. Large front porch fenced yard
Science' and Industry Among. the Speaker was Miss Patricia Stevens -- -- awnings. $990 down. Balance' l like rent.

crowds here were many school one of the "S1t-Ins" from Supreme Court this week
children. Made a tour at the FAMU who was arrested, tried dismissed the ea *> of five Nc- BE SAFE! NOT SORRY. Liability automobile insurance -

Elks Thi lding. Lincoln Park the and served 49 days In Jail This .roes convicted of trespassing on for everyone. We can finance your premium
"Fountain of Time", one of thegreatest I young woman in a cool collece a_ former mun-io&al 1 Rolf course inGreensboro.
pieces of sculpture of our e manner held the attentionof :iIlfJ'o.evt"r. we ; payments.
time It was created by Chicago's her audience as she" relatedbrr court said the case had to be dismissed I I

famous sculpture Lamda Taft in experiences In this sit-in i l-OftUe it pfeeented no GOODMAN'SREAL

C1MO-19M,, He was the dean of ftrht in and out of prison She federal question Chief JusticeWarren. ESTATE AND INSURANCE

art at the Unhrersity of Chicago. received well merited icplause. D.ufta* and Brenaan, _
We didn't hare time to fo an did net agree that the cue did
Saturday morning we were I 2688 N.W. 62nd St. Phone OX 1-0380
through the building m this (c- not present a federal question
breakfast of the PubHc
catkin however, the next day my ...
Informatkn 1
Program of the
grandson, who was determined to Electric Companies and enjoyeda Well. Joe Louis helped Floyd -- --- --

see the submarine VSOS, captured Patterson to regain the heavyweisjht -
picture: Our closing business
from the Germans in World < title from Johansson That
War I and a coal mine 500 fret session had as speaker Moss wa a due thing for Joe to doVow

under the ..earth spent four hours ociatcs Kendricks of of Washington Kendricks D.and C. As- Louis offers to coach Ingo CBS Home For Sale

In the museum as the guest of I and guarantors a defeat for Patterson
his cousin. Barney Jollivette. a John II Sengstacke is the new I Fifty thmtaand dollars is

Chtearoan.Following. president of the Publishers Association the price if Patterson loses. If be

dinner we decided to''\ wins Louis gets nothing It sound 2 large, spacious bedrooms, tiled porch,
spend the evening rating catchmg The clOlIJ.nd another social funny to me. that Joe. of a1!! person

up on sleep (if that be possible highlight was the barbreue would make a deal tike that tiled bathroom tiled
) at the Sengstaofces' Farm in YelVwr large living room, ,

Lake_ Michigan.' tome 85 We have, or the United States
Thursday the
am. preceding
opening session .we were taken miles. out of Chicago! Some wen has. sinned a treat with Japan.. roof, hardwood floors.
the by bus others by cars. The circumntanrrs under wfeich 't
on a tour of new home of the
Chicago Dally Defender. The The farm covers an area of wa* aimed wakens the treaty Newly painted inside and out. This home is located

plant ts modernly equipped In 180 acres with a" acre lake Whether It will hold up or not,

every respect and should be aa Here you swim. 1'0'0skI., fish or retains to be seen. Let's hope so. near school and shopping plaza, and may be seen
ride in a speedboat Or you play
Inspiration, not only to our pub. I
lisher, but to other businessmen ball ride, engage in some other A Dimorratkleader from daily, and Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 6
and visitors. Publisher John sport or you get" In a hammock Alabama naked the plank nn subcommittee

Seasjstadce who suof/eded his or easy chair and Just bask In on Monday to stop p.m.. Inquire) at .
uncle the late Robert Abbott the sunshine Believe' me, John harping nn Civil! Rights and revert

founder of the Defender 20 has something there The barbecue t<> the constitution! principle 1640 N.W. 153RD STREETPhone
years" ago can really be proud of ribs and chicken and drinks of states' rights There

his accomplishment on this SSth whatever you wanted was t+et)-,I I Mould be no need for having on
anniversary they are celebrating. ly good and everybody enjoyedit Civil Rights, if thane responsible NE 4-3168 or NE 4.2330 or UN 5-5033

would carry out the principles of
meeting In the Boulevard We returned to Chicago at the COAftiWtMn. Also inquire at this address for EXPRESSWAY
room of the Defender. All IU: pan.Wbw I

ether bot Conference sessions In room.the Robert Ab- we talk to our daughter. It teems certain" that Negroes HOUSES to he delivered to your lot or to our lot for

Hazel and grand daughter Gina wilt! pet the swimming. pool they<

At this meeting Robert Sensjstacfce They came in from JanesvtUeWls. have been fighting for tn the liberty you.
.. "where they had been attending However they do
welcomed the area
In an
group -
a meeting of the Nation U
not "warn IT cm the ttrrounds of
interesting speech The Coca-
al Association of Student "
Councils a..a.2
NVrthwestern Senior Hlfh Schnnlas 5" *2a &
Cola Q). of Atlanta. ima host While ( ? ?
In Chicago they were is rumored A suitable place
with MOM Kcndrick and otherrepresentatives
present guests of Mr and Mrs.' Joseph would be on 17th ave and 60th st FABULOUS
(Cleo) TerreB!
Our afternoon sessions Include
Sunday Russ went to Old St The Bible will still be read In I
a conference with Southern College
Mary's R C Church Ye Editor public schools Student whoseparent
representatives! on "sit-ins. at 10 TELEVISION SALE
am and 11 am attended obfed to the daily, read-
Among speakers were Marvin
services at the St James Cathedral orrusrd from dais
can hiP :
Rich of CORE and. Thurrood ....h.. u.. ft_ mg
e try Dean d-.w. the reading This should
Marshall Defense counsel for the I. DD'
Howard S Kmnrd .
Dean satisfy objectors to Bible reading
NAACP Received a progress report I I. and the Rt Rev G. Francis Bur ---- .
on the establishment of
Consolidated Advertising AgencyAt I 1.otS Ciicago.DDDJI.L. Is bish.op Independence Day comes on
This church was makes this weekend< along
4 p-m a publishers recep established In 1634. The I
present ene Now we can plan our 1,000 Custom BuiltTELEVISIONS
tion with William C. Porter, assistant structure was erected after a ta. I I ItM 4th
to Vice In part nt July 1 program
President, An- the; stones preserved b

betuaer-Buach, Inc, St. Louis as recorutructton. marks of the We > that
bog, was given during. the even.1'rlday's terrific heat of tJon Armstrong' of Mays
ing. tan SlUt bf' ....n. i Hirh Miss Kathryn School is theMd.pl-

session dealt with ad- During the afternoon we called r.,t of the Jolliette Social and Previously Leased to a Motel at Miami Beach
vertising. We were given' some on Hazel and Gina and the fourftW' I Civic\. Club annual scholarship<
valuable information and suggestions World"at award
went to
by Erik Itgrig. vice presi International Heavy Duty Transformers
the Chicago -
dent. Advertising. Zenith Saps l --
Fair held at the Navy Pier There Plastic Condensers
Corporation: Robert Bassett. vice spectacular exhibits from: home We visit Marsall Fields
president' Industrial and Public nations throughout the world and other big store We lunch
Relations. Schlitx Brewing Co. and return at 3 o'clock.At
You stroll for a mile or morethrough DOWN PAYMENTSEasy
Theo topic was Advertising And tired I 7:43: we gd U the Boulevard
tne crowd, you are -
The Negro Press. I Room In the Conrad Hilton for

The topic Cooperative News but there's gctng so much You make to see a dinner and r. see the "Persian Weekly Terms
v keep on
u Paradise en Iceh was good I iTuesday
was dealt with by the
and there
here you
Charles is our art day In Chicago -
Loeb. edl-l
,I cold
mtnft and
stop for a "dog" a
We visit the YMCA and
tos of the
Can and and off again. You
drink you are Other place visited FORD
JOJt At ear luncheon meeting and "watch the yachts and Grant Park ENTERPRISES
Of speaker pause included the Associated N *ro i iPrHa.
was Herbert C. Kline boats, their maneuvering an interesting
Claude Barnett president
BMM secretary Vice PresidentRifhard sight
and the Supreme Uberv Life
.. American If. Nbton.Negro Our Emancipa host wu Then you return home satisfied Insurance C. bUucst Negro hoer I' i 1037 r .w. 3rd Ave FR 0311

tion\ Centennial Authority. Alton you have attended the Fairn' need in theworld, and -u t'r. I

A. Davit, founder. The purpose of Monday We arc up and ban League I I Open Mon Thru Sat.-11 ..m. to 8 p.m.
doa I Our trip to Chicago was plant
this organization I rested We go downtown to t
to present to
the world a true and oompreheoV :' bit of shopping for those at1 1 I ned by the North Travel Bureau iwere j ttJt. i' ''ii= :::'? i"'a ?" ::e4



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The Northwest Miami Junior JR. COLLEGEDr
t Chamber of Ocmmerce in conjunction .I
with the City of Miami Gordon B. Pyle. assistant
K< creation Dept. will present I professor of social science at the
Bcbby Kendricks and his Band, UniversitT of Florida has resigned ,
at the L'berty Square auditorium .
2 6. to beccme dean of the academic I
Saturday. July 1 from to
1 &Lt1 division and cnatrman of
pmT* diree is MinI sponsored I the Department of Logic of Dad
r 1 lely for teenagers; .ho are interested County Junior College Dr. Kenneth -
real .good jumping '
in a
R. WlD ams, president an-
t me to the beat of one of
most current teenagers rare I n.unced.'
This activity I* free of charge I
lr Pyle was retained" last year
:and: teenagers are requested to lb. tt.e city of Gainesville to cU.I .
r me early, dressed comfortably, I rent\ iu, urban renewal .un ,.
but no: in T-shirts dungarees' or Under his direction apecialistsy
.. .
tennis shues.Jackton's
--- y three' months checking the
Turp wa a spontaneous fee-. c 'r.r-.tive reading of the majt-s;:: I IGt' I C .ZTJ AUC.A woodwind and extant of Gainrsvtlle's blightedareas
,f enjoyment in the audxrnoi" hjvcn "Spring sonata heard t>: Mr Austin} 11'.adea special locating new space for the
ant If'-(" JI'ft-nand Performance" thi rarely in the area I I c r.nNn'f\t; ; f'-"r his professional Toddle Inn families to be dl4,laced. and determining
Particularly delightful was tina I ..:.!".:1 member friend, Phillip possibilities; for hon,
concert -
a.1) ).tuus: arLattc presented I: C Kri. KnirM. n ll Peeple. construction. ,I
by the Fine Arts Conner: t fin of the pnmram "Operation jxr SUMMER SCHOOL '
F A C." which showed in Chester 'uhlncton' and Roland
vatory at orth04""tf't'1auditor- dance and instrumental ensemblewhat Johnson which made the audiwr June 20 ta July tX. The n.*w dean wilt have as taU.
ham lat Friday evening." ,immediate task the completion of
I : for more uf theirfxcrlirnt
Kver> ne acclaimed the vtriwprogrsm happen: any Wednesdayafterov cram, r ..iw au. AU toll Fee $3.00 far entire ........,. wHHout the Junior college's acadamie faculty .
the Conaerval6orv r fr* )
of instrumental t YOM 1 n annual ',."..,artAU... MO wKktransportation. Dr. Williams said. Dale
which i
of thi -on-rri. an
This by
and daneo cnoensblw a. one' of ws aome t nool I slay-*tl" Junior college, which opens in
the children of the: school and affair tat rare scholarship money.
the 'rulv: musical evrttte of 2:111. In4f & has
calcn- IJtt'f'nbt-r. already over oneIhciuand
their teehtT 5ilrlry Sander, "v "i must! f..r next year's
year BERTHA SHARPE JACKSONwell ballet and Albert Edelman and deer I applicatkms.

Known fnexio-toprano. waioutstandingly f ,
received In thpow.rful

Verdi aria "Pace. Pace THE SOCIABLES prefer Pepsifor
Mio Dio.** and for her ether appealing '
number, an art *on( I
and two spiritual' She was ably
accompanied by Sylvia Reynold a Festive

cert v:10'&It.*,. exhibited her yean
f training in the strikingly ;I
(> q
beautiful "PraeUidkim and Al. .
kerby Pa
and Ruth Greenfield ptaniet and JKW'j
director if the school fare a .. s .
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Presents Second Big >? .

Floor ShowC'vdr f : I

Kiltrn. .. announem< th tcorunt It
: (f the second big ahoy
.f the summer at'" f*+pala''r
Fiesta Club tn Thursday nightJttbr .,. _
14. The show will feafetn
a number of name stan now apfrtn -
at leoxita Miami ark .I.
Mlmi I Bea h Mitts dubs a n dfcntel
in addition U erera'
ther well known night' club alarm' '
KUlen ha. long fen noted foiffftientation I.
of fine shows at hhdub .
and felt time' he fa ffntej J
all out to IUf'1IIUI even tote be4of
the W* I>or* will open al
9 < IOt'k nn that naflht. the ad- t tI tI
"' ....0It n $t W) and for reams' -
I ttona on t.bk clote-up to tind.tec Ji'
floor you may ptvane FF i iI I



; On July 4th at 8 putt to lieu I _
Redeemer School hall Admifef : ti
Sl.... Soft drinks free There wU
be dance sows
The ladle of the Wrmre'i _
Union of Holy I Redeemer would _
a I Mtr f rie 4. Please help these .. ... "' 9
l.di s m th ti worthy eagle.I ,

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I in Dade Broward call OX County 1-4505 I ,I ::: if .",I r .

WA 2-9411 .. \ ..
Write Percy Hepburn t I ,..I.

ARCHITECT ANDBUILDER ,,1 / /j / h- ....J,4..,. ... J
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r- rrt cclchratevith friends.
They'll .
Be Sociable
male them 4r.*re so many |IJ *iant war. Of ,

I course, their drink i* the same as yours. !Vj*... It refreshes Have a Pepsi

i iI without iUling. You're one of The Suci.Ues. '

I Why be Out of Style? ThY 1HI Jay Meek end, lc j>plenty of 1'rpsi on haul. ftpcj ('4j Refresh w/t/'ouililll"hPill" ,'
Let us convert JOUr
breasted suit to a single breasted,. up some extra cartons tgJ.ay.

narrow Y ur lapel Smiling$18 Tailors up. 9S7 NV BOTTLED BY THE PEPSI.cOLA BOTTLING COMPANY OF MAMI, INC. t

3rd Ave, Reuben Hepburn' Ptop Under Appointment from PapalCola Company Now York H. Y.

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I PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1960 I Beauty Instructor f FOR SALE

Ella Moncur, instructor at Sun t CBS HOMES
1'0 w.J'A"$ ""'I"VVAV.A light Beauty School, has returned 4 LARGE BEAUTIFUL
to the city from Paris where
the has completed a course of I LIBERTY CITY AREA
-. THIS and study at the Institute De Beaute,

Paris. France. Tile Roofs Wood Floors Large Lots
This course consisted of specialized -

French hair styling, makeup Drive by and lee
THAT and coloring. During her I
period of study at the Institute N.W. 75th St., between 12th and 13th Avenues

Mrs. Moore was considered an .
By RUTH H. POLITE honorary member in the France Open Saturday and Sunday-Call anytime

____________a---aa----aa----___ ........ Guild of hair designers. SUPREME REALTY-FR 1-5641
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INDEPENDENCE DAY brings! ingston Smith, Mr. and Mrs. M. Sunshine CommunityClub .....:-....
into focus two memorable lines., Ambrister Mr. and Mrs. Eddie
From the Bible, "Blessed Ire the Lee Shorter Mr. and Mrs. Wal-
ptfaccmafcers; for they hall bej don Holmes and Mr. and Mrs. ClosesThe .., C1 ___
called the children of Cod" and I Albert D. Moore.BIRTHDAY .
the other one by Walt Whitman j Sunshine Community Club
"1 see the batteflelds of the earth GREETINGS to had its closing meeting' at t h e GRANDOPENING
grass crows green upon them." Juanita Seldon, Solomon C. Curry home of Mrs. Esther Scott. Mrs.
Mrs. Eugenia Williams. Little Scott baa been very ill in the
Grass trows green allowed to Jora M. Haywood Mrs. Bernice hospital, but now she Is convalescing -
carpet and hide the shocking Johnson, Andrea C. Robinson at home. All members of
things of war, sprouting bravely Harriett Shootes Mrs. Alene V the club brought a covered dish
and luxuriantly from soil made Taylor, Percy Corky James D which was used as our service.
Immortal by the body and bloodof McKellar, Mrs. Juanita Scott
mankind. Successfully: grass Pmckney Glen Holmes. Genie Mrs. Sims, our president gaveus
grows green upon the field of Dixon, Bertha Lewis, Lenora and a very excellent report of our
battle, and strangers eyeb Leroy Smith, Zelma Black, Ava state meeting that was held In St.Petersburg. Due to circumstances beyond our controlour
beauty and exclaim at the wonders M. Brawn.THOUGHT. !
of God. FOR THE WEEK: The trophy which was won byi Grand Opening has been postponedfor

MIf we do not destroy WAR. Mrs. McNeal for artwork" was weeks. Watch this for date.
Grass only to two
grows green WAR will destroy us." given to Mrs. Seniors as presidentof paper
wither and die, grow green again. the club.
These seasons of man's blindness -- .
have dated the pages of history I
in cycles of the seasons of God. Grahams Eentertaned II

Grass will never grow eternally I The Negro ,Press I Get Your Teams
green until deep down beneaththe '
On 30th
primitive and Impatient fires AnniversaryRev. The Negro Press has long since:
of instinct is kindled a stronger been
flame of spirit the love of and Mrs. Edward T. Our shield and saving grace. I Ready Now IMIBOWLING
God resting upon men's hearts, Graham were entertained' very I've followed it from *way back
and filling them with peace.Percemak lavishly Saturday evening:. June when
25 on the eve of their 30th an-
*g means resolving The first was started by the race
the conflicts within, between and niversary. Stirred up that sleeping host of .
among men. The affair was given by Mrs. bate 'I
Mamie Campbell a friend, at
Yet caused our sleepers to awake
the home of Deacon and Mrs.Robert .
TltE NATIONAL CONGRESSOF And know our press would soon
J Nelson of Liberty City.
or late
guests present were
met last week the of The chains upon our ankles break.
on campus I Mr and Mrs Richard Harris,
Benedict College. The work of I daughter and son-m-law of the
We dotff> hats to this, our
centered our press
this 34th Congress was :
Grahams who were also celebrating -
around such topics as "What Because it is a mijhty force,
their 6th anniversary; Atty. 1900 N. W. 75th St.
A rower this to bless
Youth Wants From Its World, and Mrs Harold Dixon of K e y strong race
A break we now from this
-Education a Changing get
in I Biscayne; Mr. and Mrs. Gut
World "What's Happening in Jacobscn and daughter of OpaLocks source;
No longer in the mire. PL 15951For
Education" and PTA Projects and ; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Higxs arewe
The race alas, lifts its head
Activities." up ;
and about 30 other guests not
Our is the Are
press now living
listed but are members of Mt.
Two hundred delegate from 11 That rat 1erousers surely dread.
Zion Baptist Church of which
attended the meeting.
states Rev Graham is minister. .
; &or''
local Council of
Those from the - --- --
Parents and Teachers were Mrs.
>1> Henry Matthew. Mrs. Mayme WU. Royal Twenty ClubThe The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates -Call
hams, a past national presidentand
now on the executive board; Royal Twenty Women's
and Mrs MaydeU Braynon PTA Club of Coconut Grove held its
Florida president wbo garneredseven regular meeting at the beautiful BONDED COLLECTION
art awards (J excellent 2 home of Mrs Sylvia Hillsman
superior, 2 good). Mrs. Brajrnon with Mrs Hattle McDonald act-
is the newly elected president of m< president Mrs Myrtle Davis
Zeta Amkae. An of Florida Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn and Mrs.
proud of the glory and outstanding .I Rosa L. Hall attended the Florida
accomplishments of these State Federation meeting' AGENCY Inc.

very fine ladies. Congratulations.P23tSQYAI& burg.which was held to St Peters C.

I The club members were happy
The Edwin to donate $30 to the Jhnmla
Rogers have as their guest MISS I I Douglas Fun.
BETTY ROGERS of Darien Ga. The hostess was thanked by
Miss Rogers plans to attend Savannah Mrs Ermatlne Hottoo for such a
State College this tall. lovely and delicious repast which The largest collection and rental '
The darning and talented North I was enjoyed by the members and
Dade senior high coed EUGENIA I their many friends. in the South R
JONES Is in New York: City visiting I The' next meeting will be held agency ; operating in

her paternal grandmother, st the home of Mrs. E. Holloa,
Mrs. Tillle Felder. Miss Jonc Is 3342 Thomas ave. Dade and Broward Counties' .
the daughter of Spencer Jones of Mrs Ethel Pave reporter
Opa Loeb..Ir.. and Mrs. Negro Housing areas
ALFRED. JAMES are also visiting -
Mrs. Fekier! The 7-11, Phyllis WheatleyClub
Food Store, No. S3 is fortunate to I
have such: fine public relationsacents Members L BROOKS, Prtcldtnt

and A. E. GELZSO.V They are ReturnMrs. MORE THAN

courteous and cheerful all customers 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

Mr. and Mrs. ALBERT Marie Price, president of BROWARD
CULMER (Perdeatha) former P W and several members returned COUNTIES
Miamians now residents of Phila- by auto from St Petersburg -
phia are the house guests of their after a successful convention
cousins Mr. and Mrs. George of the Women Clubs. Enroutr
Den itte (Christabel) of the BONDK
a home> at Tampa. C Blythe Andrews
Richmond Heights area. The entertained the membersat <
Cubners will spend several days a breakfast Mr Andrews b y
In the "land of the pink pearls" president of the Lily Whites. He l aGFNCY INC.d. .
Nassau. There they will be guests took them to inspect the Sentinel 1 .
of other relatives and friends. where his son, C. Blythe Jr.. Is ._.3=3 .-..I"'..H--. -1 --1 I.
Late in July they will return to editor and took them to the hospital 4

Philadelphia. and around Tampa. News It CONVENIENT
from the convention will be riv LOCATIONS

en later Mrs Sanders Mrs Clements S ISM N.W. 73rd .
|.n .
and Adderley and Ever- N.W. 6th ST.
July 3rd will bring happy memories
to one of our beloved and hart were in this party. 1461 GRAND AVL. HI 4.1447 ft. Lauderdale _.....,... JA 4.13M

respected pioneers Mrs. Rosa a 4240 N.W. *7th AVE. __ NE 5.3445 339 HAMMONOVILLI
Sawyer Aunt Rosa) of 5428Charles RD.
Ave, Coconut Grove. On Sons of DanielsTo 1175 N.W. 42nd St OX 1.443 Pempan _.,..- WI I.UIS
this date 4J years aco she became
the beautiful bride of Azaria AppearThe 1732S HOMESTEAD AVE. 14460 N.W. 224 AVE.
who died tart year. Nevertheless Opa Locka MU
Sawyer Sons of Daniels will appear L0417
Aunt Rosa Happy Anniversary to musical Sunday Parrln. CK
Dear readers, Aunt July 10 at Mt program Hermon AM2Church. 2100 N.W. 3rd CT. ..._._.._... FR 4.till

I Ros* will be 80 July 18 Let us Rev. S. L. Gay pastor. MAIN OFFICE
shower her trita cards please.

1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 38416I
ANmVERSABY OONORATU- Advertise! It Pays'
LATXONS to Mr. and Mrs. Liv _



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Between The Lines. CORE MEMBER SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1960 PACE 7

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in ways the shirt does not
these wear out faster than the -- By RUTH PERRY .--
New York City A southern' .
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shirts. One shin could wear out
niiite' student' told representative'
several collon. cf the Democratic National Sometime ago my family and Irenewed But segregation as It pertains

Soon the manufacturers hit upon Platform committee that you acquaintance. with some to the Negro in the South or to
the scheme of attaching col. who have' the power to make old friends we had known in the the Jew in the ghetto has another
lars to the shirt and it so hap- America" free, have faKed miserably North several' years ago. Duringthe meaning. This segregation of hUe t
pens that every time we need a ." course of our conversationthe mm bcinp from other group Is r
new cellar we must buy a new Suyreme" Court decision of not for logical! or needed reason,
shirt This attached collar means Robert' ArmMron. a member. 1W4 was mentioned and the eld-I but stems from ignorance and
millions for the shin manufacturers :f Tallahassee" CORE. and a cand.date est son of our friends: said toss: bigotry This type" of segregation'
and the unsuspecting public : for the ItiscopaKan priesthood I believe m the Constitution of separates people' because of the
is the tecr. told the committee of his the United States' and in the decisions .skins because of their reiigioa: is
arrest and conviction "for sitting! of the" Supreme Court out different' or because they were
A fear years ago before we with and sharing" *coffee with Negro I really don't think that Negroes bcrn In anther country.UNDEMOCRATIC .

... heard of Nwpitalizatlon, a per. students -want all those things like tote
son was exhorted to stay in the -How can tM be" he asked. ration and equal tights. I think GROUNDIn

4 'sail ferita B. Hancock hoJ:4tal. 'while recovering from -Where ill the JuKice in this conviction that Negroes lift to live in segregation America when" people are
a major operation." Today the I! and to the hundreds like and be by themselves." segregated because of the reasons -
patient is hustled out in the 1t!" I have just mentioned it is
greatest' hurry, and in order to j SEGREGATION a very dangerous thing. From the
Imposing on The hustle him out we have patients!I Armstrong called' upon the Now this young man is not intolerant beginning of our history our
undtr-jrcing serious operations pletferm committee to take He bas been brought cp country's course was set in one
Public being walked around on the day strong stands In suppcrt of the in a liberal family, but he honestly rt 1f't'\1<"1wtwon our Founding
after "for exercise." sit-ins and the Supreme'' Court beHeved what he told me Fathers laid down certain principle ,\
The old saying that the crying decision of 1954 lie further call Very probably never having come rrgardku tile liberty and
baby always gets the soothing The waUdtog-the-next-day-far ed upon them to translate the to actual grips with the problem equality for all For an American
syrup is full of truth; and a corollary exerewc' came' along with hospital ledges" into action In Congress of segregation as It exists' in or group of Americans to take
might read thus: Th too :nation. There may not bean and the executive" branch.Armrtrx the' South, his opinion is coloredby any other course' or Influence
quirt baby is often neglected.The conneetkn; and then there i this. It makes. a great" deal of ethers to take another mum is
may be. We' cannot help being rv< then pledged, difference in one's thinking, to tread on undemocratic ground" ,
public too often plays the .uspic.otM. The ways of imposing whether or not you act we whether a person ha lived most because such a course Is veering
roe of the quiet babe in the on the public are legions. hall We ywjng, dedicated Amor cf one's life In the North or has away from the foundations of
werid today, with its various cans of all race and creeds" will been" born and bred' a Southerner.This democracy
tricks of the trade. The fellow Today it sterns that the world sit and stand and walk and ride
who doe not kzxrv the tricks i* ..lj *u up in cigarette smoke and wede-in. until every single] young man is not atone In Segregation" is a peculiar Insti
kwt to begin with. Let us take with the radios and televisions" American has equal rights, ancqua his thinking. There are many tuUon If one day *'e couoten*
the case of our dear Uncle Sara. cry.nc aloud for this and the .' opportunities." people who sincerely think the ante" discrimination against people
Ogee upon a time one could go ether favorite brands Scientists way he' does not from Intolerance of different religious beliefs or
to the post office and purenase a hvo cotmecuxi' smoking with or prejudice", but because allow prejudice to spread sgainstptxvle
postal money order and handover .un. sneer but other scientistsare NAACP TO MEETIN they have never actually knownor ; with different akin colon
to. the money order man a disputing' them. realized what segregation" Itself then tomomwrwhal proof have
stated suns while he made out ATLANTAIN means to the Negro or some we that we ourselves might oat be
order Today have cnangvd., It take no' prophet, nor the son other minority 11" .JPa. This week discriminated against lor some
of a .rul set, to tell which sckn 1962ST. I will dicuM the' meaning of reason; perhaps because we doat
The applicant for an order pays t..t. will prevail. Of course, these segregatkn and next week belong to. a certain political par.
the stated sum and makes out his w.... the most money' behind thorn PAUL Mna >lbGastag whether or not Negroes really :v. or because we speak to a esjr
ov.eIkor' white the postman to "pco%.t"" their case. Somebody a spirited floor debate dtlegmt want integration tain way or associate with certain -
takes It easy tiffing on his cifa- ji imposing on the public in thisdispute. aru-rKiJig 51st annual NAACPc IVtktcs the Negro minority in peopleIntolerance..
rette. The advantage of the c ,,,,,, (' here vnU-d Atlanta I America: there is one other group
change of procedure goes to the Ga a* the 19<8 convention host that knew all too well what segregation d-wTimination and
putlman .1t f"At" are hiring to --- P.nl'and' 0'...... tw-Ken viedunsuccessfully and discrimination .rrjudtce are not static and
make out orders. for the Pacific mean Jew have lived under Its stable form They can go In any
r. Nort* wet city to be the 1WJ2(I evil puke for hundreds and hundred direction and no one is safe from
A* if this were amt enough we : huntI'KitaKlelphta.. I' nf years in all parts of the their evil influence The only way
proceed to the letter slot and I chocen last lear I world Ask any Jew what prejudice e can safeguard ourselves to a
wfcvie once we had one slot for will be the 1961 convention site. I and intolerance U, and he democracy against mjiutk-e and
ail mail, today we have two or1Iftrn" During the closing business, can sfw.k of it firm the marrow undtrnocraUc practkvs is to be
slots and the customer is meeting" ,)n June IS delegate also I' of his bone<<' and fnvn truuaandi: rrrtam that the rights and freedom
a.kttd0 assort and classify his to the' I of of oppression. know of
ebvted four members' national years They I others are kept safe. So
mail, a duty once placed upon the e t e! I 1 +i, nominating committee for" full well what segregation" bring actually when we protect the ..
portal employees.So Hoard members The national' with k; the brutality discrimination rights of others we are protect'
MoW It'i. t..tth tight Prevents board<< elected three to the M and fanatical. hatred, bloodshed /trig our own.
we find the public writing S...*.n* the
UMI turns man committee" when It met and the teats of bitter sor-
it"* oars money orders and distributing breath Greta (tnuine comfort .I I !
June 21Oh toN over man's Inhumanity to This kind of thinking has been
the mail far employees, without odor- .using messy
the convention man. uniquely American
nn by I ever since the
who take it easy. Or let us turn pd.n 01 "ve, puke.A William Pwilard. San FernandoVrllev. first ringing of the Liberty DelL
to our banks, and we f1 dhe cumin tMtcoviir Cal. Mrs Anne Aldridn* I MEANING OF SEGREGATION It has spread throughout the ret
same tactics of leaving more of Great N< k. N.Y. Dr. James. What due segregation actually of the world beoauae of the
the banking chorea/' to the customers HARLEM DRUG CO. l.evv. (Cleveland! and Robert D. meant According to the dictionary : meaning of that message.. Justice

1400 N.W. Jrd Av., Miami' Fla. Rubensorf. Ik. Va it means literally the setting liberty and freedom for all have
Ogee time and not I If apart of one group of human be powerful and spiritual I connotations
._ _upon = ings from another group for va. for nfl'tew..d proles, and It
1100 IOOC age we filDpq' fit'-
-' rest .- Pious reason Nuw it u follows therefore that the
Pfd to the teller's window and I I Ibanded f '" ana
over the and m s+ime CAM, segregation taken, ctwonUm nf awrrecation" has noplace
; leaked on while the teller count
ed out the efeekeU and made out right For instance. we set span T.. allow It, or to goons: .
RECORDS79c tn criminal I group from the fet .. tantamount to alt t 'tr.:.j it.
our slip Today
we are
I of society' fer obvious reasons. WeUo 11 is reaaonaljlv, to bt1M'vebeD
called upon to make out two
.- isolate ur s# rfcate iMniple' riwt segregation will continue'
defkwn sups, one fur the tidierand with contagious diseases from '....r if the true American spirit

one for ourselves.If I others in order to protect inx-ie* w dead and d".*+.vaey a% our

there w any eoneWerabieamount as a who I le and U atop the spreadof K disease and curtail epidemic* '1u inureCEASOR'S
involved we are requested *
to c.'WreuKC in
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desMfaiaauenal, pac'k..... OalyrweoUy
we heard a teller askingone -
act the customers to have
bill. asserted and with face en UNIVERSITY OF
the bill telkr. Thus the
banking business is being transferred -


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i I (Congregational Sunday School was opened by

Rev. H. McDowell, pastorA. the superintendent, Mrs. M. Wor-

E. McNeal. reporter thy. After devotion each student
received his certificate and a
The Holy Communion' sad tochlgolbitz short program was rendered. The

members daywill be the pastor made encouraging remark
of the out' 11 Miss Maxine Major secretary.

cucrc am. Sunday service. Sunday was Youth Day and the

to Ltttk daughters Darnell of Mr.and and Audrey Mrs. morning worship was led by the

me Smith Robinson slso Uttle Rev. H. V. Stuart. Mrs. M. ELCulroer
11 Nathaniel
of Dr. aDd was mistress of ceremony.
WWiIm Brown, son
introduced the
wlU Leave Sst- Mrs. Worthy
: In. J. O. Drown
Harold C. Culmer
site. aAY'OD speaker
.. urda7 for our son of the pastor who
.. Park to attend a Junior I youngest
THE INCARNATION tor all children: I delivered an inspiring message
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA High youth csmp Churches which was timely and was enjoyed -
I Episcopal) from the an by slL The Junior Church
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 2, 19CO 18311 n.W. 14th St. of Flortda. This willbe children, quite furnished music -with their organist -
Vicar for our
Father t:. S. Clarke I** experience Miss Jennie Parks, and
service at the church have
The Tae Deacon and Desconesi No.3 ushers served.
TRIUMPH CHUHCR beeo changed to the Board met at the parsons Tuesday
TEXAS : The couples club met Evening devotion was
School of Wisdom ........... 10:00 Sunday it Mr. and Mr. Dihus LOTS the pastor. He preached from St.
BISHOP BALL Noonday Service ........... 13.10YPEU Sung Mass L-4I' Thursday night: Mark 1125, holding Fast to
130 School 10:00: God. Everyone was spiritually
numb and vfetors are welcome -
_____ 8.-00 .,..I SJO All friends Male Chorus furnished -
which is the Tenth Evening worship __ Jr. EYC Meeting each Sunday at 11 SJB. lathe blessed. The
Texas -District of the African Prince H. Mobley, paInt' Sr. EYC Meeting ..------" 100 auditorium of the Seventh music with their organist
700 Mrs. U. Higgs, ad No. 1 ushers
Methodist Rscopal Church gave litre comes another Sundayand The Ctiurch School will sponsor Day Adventist School, NW 50th
W. F. BaU a bit oration forward to st and 26Ux art.tBLftfctrK served.
Bishop we are looking the ct Lee Hour following, the There will be testimonial service -
of welcome 'ween be came to having a grand time. Come out 8.45 aon. macs during the summer and the Lord's Supper will
serve as the Bishop of Texas fur and join in wibII in one great schedule.) : : MLIHUU1STBev. be administered, on Sunday. Visitors -
the next four years. Bishop Ball school of wisdom which begins at
The Saints Ann-Margaret chap- Aaron D. Hall PastorSudaj are always welcome. Let tupray
was assigned to Texas by the o'clock and also noonday
10 our churchwomen -
ter of.be Tjiscopalian E. lAgrahsm reporter for the sick and shuK-lns.
AMC General Conference starts at 12 Sunday.
service which: is sponsoring a Night of Scnool 9.30

met in Los Angeles And if you like to see tow our Games on Friday, July 8 at UO Morning worship 11:00

For nine years Bishop Ball young people are doing then p.m. at the horn of Mrs. Vena Evening worship .... 7:00 TEMPLE BAPTIST

served as vice chairman of the cune: out and join in with us in Tinker. 2403 NW 137th st Bd, Rev I A. Thompson pastor

trustee board of Edward Waters our YPEB which start at 6JO. Opa Lccka There will be food The Methodist Men will hen Sunday School* I .....................- 8:30:
College. Jacksonville, Is thoroughly And for s glorified time help us and drinks for sale. Take an charge of class meeting Tuesday Morning worship __.____ 11:00

acquainted with educational make service' one glorified in the evening out and enjoy yourself night. BTU ...... .._. _...-..... 5)8;
problems of college and In addition name of the Lord at 8 o'clock. See you there. Mrs. Ehsha Clarkeis You are Invited to a July 4th Evening worship ..._............... 1:3t:
to serving as Bishop of chairman. outing at the home of Mrs. Ida fittingly observed
There will be call meeting of NW 49th st gleen Youth Day WM
Texas he will serve u Chancellor GRACE PRESBYTLRIANKev. a Ingraham, 2959 at Tempi on Sunday.
the : the Saints Ann-Margaret chapter Usher Board No. 1
of Paul Quinn College, by Senior Franklin Ross youth director of
lor of Paul Quinn College the William F. Savoy pastor of the Episcopal Women immediately for the benefit of Woman's Dsy.' Carver Branch YMCA. deliveredan
J4ia Ave. and 69tn street>> following the fciS mass on I
The first trustee meeting held Sunday befoul ............__.._... Sao SI..IDdaJuJ.y 3. All members are Dinners will be on sale next informative. lnsp ring weU and
by Btthop Hah demonstrated his Morning Service ......... .- 11:00 urged to be present.' Sunday July 10 in the social hall practical menage that was
ability as an educator Ms ap- Westminster r'eilowsnip 6.1M of the church. Instead of having received" during the morning and
preach to educational problems of dinner at home, nvfcy, DOt h a v e the young people did credit to
The church is grateful to Mu Ml. 51MAI BAP 1 1ST
schools of this area and his genuine Johnnie Patten and the senior dinner at the church: Mrs Hconetta -j themselves in carrying out all
outlook for the education of U. B, reporter Brown captain the rest of the services.
choir for their gift of the water I
present times.Thoroughly. he* i. A. limes*, .u>r
cooler. Such. : a gait will be continually Last Sunday Methodist Student During the evening MiN Louise
CHiixiay: school 91
with the refreshing to those who of Edwin Lord
Frsncenls Lord daughter
acquainted Morning worsnip ,,...,. ,..., 111W Day was observed. ,
nature o( Texas people, the background benefit from It Evening worship ... tM Hall presided. The speaker was and grand daughter of Mrs. M.
uf church trubicms in Pernella Cobb: a senior at Be- E. Stevens was the speaker. Her
This week the pastor is attending
Texas the program set in motion the leadership Training MAlt IaN MtJVtOKlAL AMk v..p'.c
by Bishop Bail ministers and Conference at the Bible Confer- Cobb's subject was MI Befieve In knging.
laymen predict bright future for ence Grounds in Boca Raton. Kicnuwnd Heights God. Do Your* The Honor Court, a special
the Bail administration. in Texas Wilma Harris reporter8royra feature of the program WM in
for the next four years. This Sunday morning the theme it,,. U H paster Let us pray for and visit the charge: of Miss, D. Hart sad a

for morning worship will be Sunday. bcnool: ... ... ....- .J|' sick and shut-ins: Sister Carrie number of students were honored -
Bithop Ball was elected from I "One in Christ Jesus,** pointing Monuog wonftip -........., 111* Writ 19M NW 9th at; Bra. for their accomplishments' inthen
the: ITesiding Eldership in Florida out that the Lord's Sunder provides ACE League 5:00 Wallace Wtk orn, 1121 NW Slit school community and

to the bishopric at the Generad the focus in Which .eprofess Evening worship -.-........ 7JO st. apt 24; Skk Ids Ratcliff, church.
Conference in Miami, in 1956. our unity in Christ Christian Hospital; Sis. Hattie Congratulations to Mrs. Miriam
He has served u biabop of BROWNSVILLE BA1TIS1 Clarke Jackson llo-pital; Bro Hepburn cces4dent. of No. 2

South and Central Africa the GREATER: NEW BETHELRev. Nardy Rails, 14740 Pierce It., choir and leader of the Junior

17th and 18th Episcopal Districtsfor 2749 N.W. 4ttb Street Richmond Heights. Sis. Margaret Red Circle, and to Miss D. Hart,
the last four years. W. K. Smith, pastor Rev. R. TbacUDa pastor I. Smith. Jackson; Hospital; Sis. leader of the Senior Red Circle,

BALf Mrs. R. Conley Clerk Annie lratt, reporter Edith Dt1m>>.D. 1516 NW 6th d.; both of whom worked wtUri
TEXAS "ON THE Morning Worship ., ..., ....,, 11:00 Sunday School _________ 9JO Bro. Eugene 2340 NW 66th st, ly to the c-
Ali Texas ison the Ball- Sunday &.:bool _.........., ....-, pain Morning. Worship ".._..-. 11:00: Sa. Leola Jolla, Jackson Hospital Commendations prepare to young ail who people.
now All the AMEs who are not B. T. U. .- sJO Evening Worship ,..,...,,-., 730 and Sis. Irene Beverly. to the services participated -
crowded upon the ball are Evening Worship ..........., 7:09 6314 NW Ifth ct ficiently. so ef
huddled around the ball or have
A. M. E-
Sunday at H there
ajn. will
sticks poked through any available ST. E.
opening trying to touch the Rev. U McNeal Harris pastor baptism. The Lord's Supper
ball and ftuh: it along to !the Rev )I. J. Forerun pastor Mrs Sadie F Dean reporterSunday N.W Wth Ten will be admteMtfvd at both **r-

great goal post that it is headedfor Mrs. Lee Cray reporter School .._______ ...... Rev. Ernest William, pastor vices and the cfeoiri will sing

and in the terrific speed it U Sunday School -....._....-.. 930 Morning Worship _____ 11:00 J. It. Brown reporter Jointly

dashing in. Morning Service ............ 11:00 Evening Worship "-._.._- ,. Sunday School ________ 930 The Pulpit Aid Board willsponsor
With Bishop and Mrs. W. ,.. Evening Service ______ 100 The usual order of services will Morning worship _______ 11:00 a tea Sunday, 4-6 pan.

Bail as a great team mate and be followed at St James beginning BTU ________________ 530 at the home of Mrs.
Last Sunday the Steuanku FrteioTSinvited
with the Sunday School. AU Evening worship 7:00 1138 NW 5th pUee.
Ball the
with Mrs as supervisor celebrated their annual tea. ADd --- .
of MiMion Work in Texas the parents! are urgently requested to
wish thank who
they to
everyone During the summer months,
the children to. Sunday
general church will hear from The
made it a greet success.' VaeaUoa Bible School
School. New Bethel has a change: pro- ,
Texas in a way never heard from Friday night the ACE League The pastor will deliver the gram. Every fourth Sunday sponsored by St. Matthew's )tap.

bufore. had a contest for Mr. and Miss message at both the morning and night will be designated u musical tkt Church and ?eaayLt. Deuces
ACE League. The contestants wereSherrcl J. Smith principal, will have its
and literary night It commenced
evening service and the H
o 7
Cooper and Jimmie
Communion will be administer last Sunday and was Sunday 3.30
Smith. Miss crownet The ,
Coo(1lf'ras <<1. very successful. pan public is iavtted.
Brownsville Miss ACE who raised $45 and "
Rev. E. P. Brown pastor Smith $2020.Sunday The 12th annual Men's Day This change of programmingfor MT. ZION A. M. F.
You are always welcome will be observed July 10, at the summer the pastor hopes

Usher Board No. 2 hada when time the men are striving win educate as well as encourage 22nd Ave. Corner iStna M
MORNING STAR BAPTIST tea which ...as very succ cssful. to make this the best Men's Day Christian. leadership in the Opa Locks
And they wish to thank in the history of Her. Church. Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor

514 NW 23rd. StreetRev. one who made It a rt'f'Q-1. J. B. Blacknell. tom There -will be a musical re- Sunday School "._.'_h' ". .__ 940
1. Clayton pastor Friday night is Love Feast and and a native son, has been chosen cHal at New Bethel July 10 at Morning Worship ..._......_.._. Uroo:
Sister Sadie Ellis reporterSunday the pastor is asking all the members U the speaker for this occasion. JJO ..?.............. ....____ 5:00
School .......-._ 93:0 A pan. featuring eight of the Evening ..
to be present very unique program is Worship __ 7:00
Morning service ......_ 11:30 being outstanding groups of Miami
BTU ..............._.................._ 531 Sunday i* Holy Communion. service.A .planned for the evening Guest soloist will be Dorothy McGfaaney. -
Evening service ... .... .... ..... 7'JO Music will be conducted by choir cordial Come oae, come sill The WALKER TEMPLE

No 2.ST. you to always Invitation worship Is extended with BTU is the sponsor and Mrs. (Church of God in Christ)

SPIRITUAL BAPTIST LUKE BAPTISTRev. us at 51. James, "Its rrienc117 B. Sweating, president 178J NW 9ih Trr.

10250 SW 176th St Churd1.W.. welcome you at all On July 13 Sister Harm Levant Minister S Mclntjrre. reporter
P. W. Elder J. J. James
Williams pastor times. pastor
Florida Sunday School
PerrSne. Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter will superinten Sunday School .......__.._._ GOO
Rev Ernest Hutcheson. pastor Sunday School .... .,., 9:45 SALTER'S dent Beach motor to West Palm Noon Service ......... .. ._....... 12:00
Early next Sunday morning the Morning Service .-.M. 11:00 CHAPELRev at to represent New Bethel VPWW ..... ..?.._....... ........... 8:30
pastor along with five baptismal BTU ..._ 3:30 H J. Benson pastor the Training Union Congressof Evening Service .. ...... :-00
candidates will leave the church Ruth Twlggi. the Atlantic Coast
Evening Worship ............ 7:00 reporter Baptist
grounds for baptism in the waters Sunday School ..-.....,...-. 931 I Association. The pastor will also CORINTH
in Homestead They will return Morning wun&ip ".--.... _11:04 attend. We wish them a success BAPTIST
for the regular morning service ST. ANN'S EPISCOPAL ACE League ....-,,......,. IH fug trip and we know we will Rev W T Thomas pastar

d i when the Lord's Supper will be Fr. E. S. Clarke. Jr, Priest treeing worship TOO be well represented by them 1450 N.W 5toto street
administered. A sermon dealing Hallandale Phone OX 1-M94

with baptism by immersion will Summer schedule begins July i ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN Coming Soon! Our annual\Sunday: School .... .. ._.......... ISO
be delivered by the pastor. Men's Day program. Let us visit Morning worthy ....__...___ HeO
Mass and Sermon ........... 7 ajn.
W 4th Ave. and 16th Terr. and pray for our aide and shut- ... ..
The refular night service will Evening worship _._ .__ 730
Church School ................., tOO Phone FR 9-1424 ins everywhere.
be held as usual. Evensong 7:00 and successful pastor
"welcome' to nr-r i MASSES Come and hear a fotpel
You are always The Episcopal Churchmowt* Dally ..........-. la.. MT. AARON BAPTIST preacher
worship, wth us. of St. Ann's have landscaped the Sunday .... 7 a.m it 140 a.m Bethel
groundswith beautiful shrubbery U40 N.W. Itth Ave Apostolic Temple

St John's of The N.z..n.U18 and grass. It does give the church: ML Pleasant Methodist Rev C. W. Scott pastor Doris R. Akins. pastor

N.W. 58th Terrace a Dew 10<*. Dea. Earl Golden, clerk: J Lafluer, assistant
2170 Washington Street Sunday School
930 Sis. T. Wallace
Lawrence Roddick pastor reporter
Frank Bryant, Associate Look forward to St. Ann' Pa Opa Locks Morning Worship ............ 11:00 2310 N.W. Mth Street

Sunday School ......r.-........ J&OO tronal Festival. July 31 and August Sunday School ..so sera D1V 500 Sunday School IQQ

t Morning worship .........".. 11:00 There win be more complete Morning worship 11 axa Evening Paper Worship ,:OC Morning worship 115
Evangelistic- service 3:00 information. Evening service T3C meeting Tuesday tOO Evening worship 1:20y



t Bethiffie-Cookman '

Albany NY A Negro bfcfcopis America's
K west
aytona Beach Seventy-five taking to task Negro enterUiners ey Southernmost City
it ministers and laymen MT. CALVARY who stag Jazz versiona of
nded the second annual con. BAPTIST spirituals. .' By FRANCE I. PALMIR
nee of Missions that conven- Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor
At a meeting of the western
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at Bethune-Cookman Col.
Phyllis Myers, reporter
New York conference of the African
Tuesday through Thursda Sunday School .........lg Metbodist-F*>iscopal Church EVELYN ANDREWS TO Birthday Party For
Tuesday through Thursday Morning Worship -,....,,.,,, Hoo Bishop William J. Wails of Chicago BECOME BRIDE OP
rdlng to Rev. Rogers P. Fair, B.T.U. 6.-00

ege chaplain and dean of the Evening Worship .........,..,, 7-00 asked: CHARLES STEPHENS Mrs. JohnsonThe
erenee. -How can we expect the White Mr. and Mrs. James Andrews,
three day assembly Sunday was Woman's Day and fae0! respect our spirituals Fort Village, wish to announce St. Monies Guild of St.
red by the Board of Mia was whole we had day.a. wonderful program the when we do not respect them ourselves the engagement of their rtaugMrr, Peters African Orthodox Church
of the Florida Conference ?" Evelyn, to Charles D. Stcphene,, was special guest at an elaborate
the General Board of Mis- The devotion was led by Mrs. He did not specify any soasm R.M. 13-C, son of Mr. and Mrs. birthday party on June 20 at the
of the Methodist Church.He Cora Martin and Mrs. Susie but a spokesman said the bishop Charles D. Stephens Sr. of home of Mr. and Mrs. RichardJoMsoo
first principal address was Benoiield. The introduction of the referred to popularized spirituals BrooklynMiss 21M NW 64th st
at 2 pan. Tuesday by Dr. speaker was made by Mrs Sara such as "When The Saints Go Andrew is a graduate of This
birthday party was given
The M.rriftxf la" nd -He1 Got The class of W and
1M F. Golden, director speaker was Mrs. Douglass High ,
Beatrice by Mrs LoWe Johnson In boner
il fields General Board old Waldron of West Palm Whole World in His Haads Stephens is graduate of Boys of her birthday and other members .

At a 7 pjn. assembly Beach. UnOpic: was -Lost Bishop Walls called for "a High Brooklyn The wedding >> of the Guild whose birthday
that day Dr. Charles Car.n -. H<*>eH. The church was filled to movement to fet our people to date !will be announced. occurred during Kay and June.
spoke Other participants its capacity and everyone thereenjojed respect the heritage of our fathers.
ly were Rev. S. D. Bank.I her very much. ." Parka lUou of New York .Is here Many useful and valuable gifts
lU-v Fair Dr. Richard V. visiting his mother Mrs. Julia were exchanged.A .
who greeted the visitors at At 3 pan. .e had a program RJou and family of tOt Emma *t
xm. meeting Rev. Allen which. was mainly tor me baby beautiful bouquet wet given
4 leader of a workshop on contest The speaker far that oc- ANTIOCH BAPTIST George' Johnson a well known to Mrs. Johnson by her brother,
'Commission on Missions, in caskm was Mrs. tie 31. Law- citizen of this community. is ill W. O. Perry.
"".1 1 Church" and Rev. EiIMicipants recce. Her subject wurh.... Rev. J. VT. Stepherson. pastor at Uunroe General Hospital.
W umeD..** 1C T. CopeUnd, reporter Delicious refreshments wereserved
1e7. I Sunday School ___- MS by the hostess and the
Mrs. Beatrice Mclntosh is
[ for Wednesday's The devotion for the night was Morning Service "...._..... 11:00DTU at her res&eoce, 106 Olivia sick si party. lasted until the wee. hours.
....... were Rev. James C. led by Mrs. L. Daily and Mrs. L. 1:30 Friends wish her a speedy recovery Mrs. Bessk Role
Curnm J.&. The introduction of Evening Worship ,:00 of Balky
..... Rev. Aaron D. hall, Rev. MMMMM> .
Town. Bahamas also ofthecuf'Sta.
>.,.,Booinaon J r.. leader of a the speaker.. made by Mrs. one
rsunrabop. on The Conference Ada Marvel The speaker for the ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH
-'If Missions and Its Re1N.ri evvtung was Gvangebst Maggie DEATH Mrs. Johnson wishes to e:-
TAgenciei," Mrs.. Florence L. Green of Greater Bethel.. Her Rev 41J4 NW 23rd Ave. Frank L. Perkins 711 Chapman press thanks for the many lovely
SmsJ Lain hi a workshop on"AtaftftVisual Given was "Unload And Keep on U Johnson pastor Lane died in Monroe General gifts and to those who gaveservices. c..ctr
Aids and Teach- Running." It was enjoyed by alL Mrs. Sarah Pool, reporter Horplta June .
Sunday School ........_. 23. Funeral
.., trJO
lag T ahniqua," Harry J. Bur., The axle and Abu'-_ are Sis. services will be conducted on
neyfJr.lkadcr in a workshop.. ).I. Kelly and Sis. 1. Williams Horning Worship r-a.i-.i-..j 11:00P Sunday evening at i from
pm. -- --- -- -
II Union ...
who is Training 530
now out of the hospital. ? ? ? Bethel AME
-)11"-", and Social Con P. B. Training Union _, &30 White officiating.He Church. Rev. K. D. BAIIA'I ASSEMBLYMrs.
cernsT* R**. Allen Maya leader
in a workshop, The Comtnis- GREATER ANTIOCH BAPTISTu. is survived by his wife, Alice Evans teacher at
RaG co Minions in the Local A.M.E. Mrs Gladys Perkins, a sister, Phyllis Wheatley EScmetarySt
Ctaurd;." Uev. WiiUam Ferguson Rev S. A. C Mism, pastor r () W KtMtrr. pastor Mrs. Bernice Scott of Tampa; twobruthf1'S Mol. will lead the discussion
and k Dr. Charles Caxnngton.. At Mrs. J oette FaUon. reporter A. I. JutiHM. reporter Granville of Boston and st the Bahs'i Center 117 NW llta
Thursday's session parUclpants Sunday bcnoolalurnwg .-........... l.3cr Sunday School .......... ., IU Harold of Miami,, niece* and ave, 1 pjn. Sunday, July S. Her
wreT Rev E. IL Johnson, Rev. Worship .........., 11:0.. horning Service .,,...... 11:00 nephews. subject will -perfections Are
,... lest W. Newman, Rev. S. S. Kvenjng: Worship ,..,..,,...,. 1 0 BTU _.. 130 Allen Funeral Home has Attainable. Everyone b cordially
ittsMiuon Jr, Mrs. Florence L.ffeail. Evening Worship -.... ...... ,:00 charge of arrangements. Burial invited to participate In this
Rev. Fair and Bishop J. METROPOLITAN AME will be in the family plot m the dUcussion. Phone Hiss Solomon,
twfjE t Bowen darrd HOLY REDEEMER Key West Cemetery. FH 1-542 for further information.
[ the dos message.r. Rev. J. J. Williams pastor
1 Sunday Scnool "......,..... 113:0 Baptism by Appointment
Morning worsnip ., .,...., iiOO Information Class | PA. in
IIEHMON A. M. E. Evening worship 1:00 Mass 7 aDd 10 (Sundays)
Novena 7:30 (Wed. night) Rev. Mother Fatima
tv" $.uUf'. lay pastor FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST School AU are invited '

# I' School ..........-._._.. 131 Everyone: is welcome at Holy
ing worsntp ___ 11ut Rev C. J Burner: pastor
ung wortnip ....._..._... 1Ot: Claudu Wilson, reporter BETHANY BAPTIST Here For the First Time in This Area

IMbUcity Committee Sunday School ..,........." 830 3071 N.W 43th EL
1 Morning services 11:01 Rev. Rudy See this divinehealer of all times
ruiay evening July we are BTU Keaton. pastor great ,
.jcipaiing fed of another Christianity great day begin-in Evening-services ._...._.... 7AQ Sunday Marjorie ScnooJ Shelby..,,.,.,reporter. fcjfl she can heal you by prayer. 5e. her today,

with Love Feuat 740 Uormng wonuup _,. .100 tomorrow may. be too late. There U no pity
The pastor asks that all Matthew Temple AMEZ OTU ......._...--._.. .. 1:30
evening wura&o _._. ... for those knowing thero' help on earth
lfrn a be out on this night &Adc.'wp 1028 N W Sth Ave. 1:00 t
in keeping with the Sunday School .-..-... 81.1 but don't seek it. Are you sick, unhappy.,
[etUunce of divine service.: Morning worship ..._...._ 11:0( NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev disgusted with life? Everything do
n Sunday night our communMrvtce Evening worship ..........?._ 7:00 James E. Brawn you
? begins st 730 p.m. Bro. Vsndell Bovan reporter pastor seems to go wrong, then this flftod

be Steward Boards and Stewd BETHEL BAPTIST Sunday School .. _'_ 9 jo lady.
Boards will bit expected Morning Worship _. HJQQ
"'W. I
rk throughout the day with Rica mood Heights Evening Worship ......?...._. 7.-00.
io'.r No. 1 in charge in the ajn. Rev. L. K HUM, Putar What you see with your eyes your heart roust blUve
oct No. 2 in the evening. Jean 1: Scott reporter Mt.
Olive will
Sunday School -_..___ 'JO Missionary Baptist With each reading and private consultation she

>n Wednesday July 6 at 4 p.m.; Morning advice .._.,... 1100 402 N.W 2nd Ave. give a free lucky charm. She has just returned
.c Sunday School ACE League BTU: ..........._.__ 53U HalUndale. Florida away
._ar and Senior Missionaries P hRllll service ._... .-.. 7:00 Rev Benjwnin Franklin. pastor from a triumph trip in India. She guarantees to remove

r- t. e North Miami Dotrict will Rev C. E. McClsry. reporter all bad luck and evil influence. For more Information
e m its annual convention at New Testament, Nazarene Evening: Service | pm call MU 89148.
Laudcrdalc I Sunday School .........
tt Hermon in Ft ".30
.. .
... .
jr pastor will deliver the openItig I Sunday School IOUC Morning service _._... HOOt 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE
sermon with the suUtance of Morning worship 11.00; Evening service .....?... ... 7-00
choir, pianist and organist Evangelistic 1643 N.W.Service 1st Court. ...... 8:00 BTU ...-r,1L....._....._....'... 1.00

Lawrence Reddjck, pastor
Ihurch of Transfiguration UazeUa: ReddKk, asaociaU

(Ephaa *I) Mail In Your Classified Ad35c
2571 N.W. ISZnd Terr. ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E.

Vcn John E- Cuimer Rev. R. H. Johnson pastor Per Insertion Per Line Figure 5 Average Words to The Line

Stanley pnest Sweeting in chute, reporter Cloe Sweating reporter No. of Lines 1 Time 2 Times
School...._. 830
Services every Sunday :Sunday Morning Worship 1140 3 .......... ..... . .. .. $1.00 .. .. .. ..... .. ......... .... $2.00

Jorning Worhip ..............._.. ':.SO ACELeague 6.-00 4 ... ....... .. ...... ....... .. .... $1.40 .. .............. .................... $2.80

Sunday: School ......._._...... 1030 Evening Wershlp _._._ 7.OO 5 ............................ .......... $1.75 ................ ...................... $3.50

[Overcoming of the Nazarene '
Zion M. BaptistRev
Hope CLASSIFICATION ................ ................ (THREE LINE MINIMUM)
12101 S.W. 219th St. Paul Freemao. pastor (For R."t. For Sale wanted. Eta)
Goulds. Fla.Lawrence 1710 N.W. 6fth St aDd 17th Avs.
Rrddick. pallor School 830
[ Sunday School ..._.._...._... 10:% Sunday 110 -- -
Mcrning worship ..._..?.._... 11:00 Morning Service
Cvangei sue Service ....,-..-. 8-00 BTU
Fn--lvaytr and Bible ........ &00 Evening Service 7.-00
I: (Tuesday night) L

Rrv H C. Samuels. pasWp. [ -- -
Mrs, Evei>n Granger, reporter I Rev. W. M. Mason paster

Sunday School .............- tJO Rose and Mary Minter, reporter
Morning service ...... -.. 11:00 Sunday School .. 83j Name ............. .**.>.. .,.,....... ....... .... ..... .. ..-,***_.. Phone .... --...m...._
BTU .. ......_._.._..__, 838 JfornnlonbJp ,-. 11:00

Evening. worship ..._._.__ 739 BTU Evening BTU.---worship-...--..--.. JJj:: 0 Address ........................ ................................ ........ City ................ ....

323 N.W. 14th Street ".".y Order \e .
Rev. J. L. Johnson pastor Rev George E. Johnson pastor

Sunday School _.____... 830 Mrs. Phyllis Andr'es. reporter Miami 47 Floridafissions
Morning Worship ..... .- 11:00 Sunday Scbool. ....- Mj: 6740 N.W. Ave. ,
830 Morning Worship _. 11:00
tven1agg Worship ..... 730: Young People's Meeting 5:00


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IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKSThe c.-ty News FOR KENT I FURNISHED conditioned: : private edroen home Apt with AIr

I 1[ vng: memory of our dear family at the late FURNISHED ROOM. Use of borne private entrance. $23 week. 1110

r ., grandfather great grand LEWIS (Gecch) SIMMONSwho 8)' and cooking facilities. 1986 NW NW 77th ten?, PI. 7-7219
I : 7' departed' this life on June 57th: st Call NE 3-6203.
10 at the V. A. Hospital wish to Wallse Rawe For Rent

take this method of thanking the PARTIALLY Ft7RNL T D. Efficiency
air-cooled auditorium
--I Specious
A many Irienda and neighbors for ) apartment: I960 NW XhSt
cards cars flowers and other Call NE 3- 203. available for churchuse.
No. 542 meets
tokens of sympathy shown us Star Light Lodge at the Ma- Call OX 64)231 for ap
Friday July 1, 8 pin.
during our hours of bereavement Road. FURNISHED ROOM. To sober pointment.
Special thanks to Rev O. tonic Temple on Pembroke man cr woman 1300 NW First
E. Turner and the Richardson All members' are asked to be court Apt No.3. Phone FR
present' Clarence Johnson WJ1.. FOR SALE
Mcrtuary, Again thanks to everyone 3-5497.
for their kindness. May God Hiram Ash secretary.

i bless you. l-ItR OOM APT.. Finest neigh CHILD PUPPIES Black, red
Unit No. 84 of
Mrs. Emma Simmons Beauticians' I borhood. 6424 NW 24th court" and cream. Excellent watch docs and
And Family W .t Hollywood and lUUaadalt 63th: street Duplex. pets f M and up. AN LU CHOW
is thanking everyone -wbo par I KENNEL. 5158 NW 32nd aye
ticipated' in the hair style show FURNISHED one and 24>edroom

at the Royal Bahama Club on apartments. Large living room MAID WANTED. Good salary
DEATHS 27. Show and I
Monday June dinette. All modern. Nice large Job No phone applications 1104

dannk"'C'ftI. I yards. Adults. 729 NW 55th Terr. NW 0th st. Mrs. G S. Walker.
I J9
taniC"" The West Hollywood Social and 1.0323.i
Civic Club is sponsoring a beach AIR CONDITIONED 2-bedrooma. SMALL DOWN and $125 month.
Mrs Odie Wooten of 1876 NW party on Friday night July I''I' private bath utility $20 per week All furnished 5-room house.

62nd terrace died at her home on from 6JO to 11 CUlL There' will be 5552 NW 9th ave. Porch and 2 apartments. Income"
June 29 after an extended illness. boat riding and a lot of fun. from apartment more than

Mrs Wooten was a member of Tickets may be purchased from monthly payments. 1044 NW
rang standing of the Church of the Modernistic Barber Shop LARGE clean cool rooms. Kitchen 64th st.

God located at 1781 NW 66th st. Stanley Barber Sop. Outlers privileges, telephone In

JEFF Ci:x ES and f'A"a1ell known In the Liberty Grocery or call YU 3-1202. house to yourself NE 3-52S3. J9 GOING TO NEW YORK

a >*r',d C-J Lie July I, City area having lived there I am to drive to New York
'q\g: for the PAstS years. Services The C. W. !i. Chamber of between July 7 or 11. Will take
will be held Monday at 2 Commerce will hold LARGE FurnMied. l-4>edrarvn
r "-K iiey tbtak we have for- pm. meeting two people, male or female. For
_'< t!.*. in the Church of God with burial July 4. The next regular" meeting Apt.4.7748.Call NE 4.63M or FR Information call FR 4-2376.

W' ". .'' time* they. we us smile in Lincoln Memorial will be on July 11.
n ...* know the Heertaces tee She is survived' by two sons, I FREE DEMONSTRATION

o -....:v, hide. all the while.W. John and Isaac Woolen five The Rer N. Sears of Wea STORE M NW 3rd are Call!' World's fln* t Vacuum cl.....'.
daufhters. Mrsdamet EJdra! Mae Hollywood pastor of Westminste .If'ftt of owner. FR 4- 728 or,
"">< v"'ur 'wli ( .", wand 'Call Herbert C. Lang today NC
pr>*<.- vHc but Ov will soothe Hanna. Otnwsa Carswell. Ia Mae I Baptist Church is spending a FR l-70ft J18.4.4018.
"K.n* herl*. Jackson Grace Rene and few ipeeks* vacation in Nassau I,
Ora Mae Worsen, a sister MI"I I 2-tvriroom frame house. 6100 NW
T- f K .m...... daughter HELP WANTED
brothersDracnn 17th are Call OX 1.6341.
r I I.y! tlmre. hand daughter
i"4. frrnt' grandchildren" MaleInvestigator
Charlie Rixer of 21355 ADULTS ONLY

SW 112th ave.. Goulds, died Viiit The Applications taken for beautiful and collector.
p', :MfRIAM June 23 In the County Hospital Newly one and two-bedroom apartments Experienced on installment

at Kendall He was a native of Furnkhed and unfurntfh-
,p "'*-''0'''' of our dear Vaklnstj. Ga. and had lived Renovated and rd. Call OX 1-4B41 for Informstfon accounts, must be good on
"'. ,net .i.'f'r the Greater Miami area for the' I skips. Central City-.Salary

Ff"' A "I'lro wEwrSIrwi1ed pat 10 years He was a tmmbe j 1 RedecoratedAIR and commission. Apply in
this ''Ifc- June JO
f)'." Mt Pleasant Baptist VICEI.Y niRNISHED three bedroom person, only. 10 a.m. to 4

I '. o' mrttwr. thmi Hart left us Church Memorial Burls was In Lincoln: !; hrnie Quiet surroundings I p.m.

II. .. ti ,A... Ire 4lf*y fee) OrmHery. He Is survived in Ops Ixwka Dunche Parkm Miami Furniture Co.
by Ms widow. Cora, a son ) Desirous
t'4 that hath bereft u*. CONDITIONEDCAFE I of clean nice
I' ""n l our" sormw heel a daughter.CurUs quiet' family For InformatlooOH 200 N.W. 5th St.
r NA 1.6IS4
Ap ]
::1\- we!! wet ain
I I ?H axle gowe before Hnward husband of 1 .
.... .V wit! mMh thai happy Mm Penny U.nt of 1655 NW BEDROOM APARTMENT Spiritual Help
Our Rent I. Th. .....*.tWs
'Indw' 6th court died June 23 In Jack- I have
the aloe t
apaeim.nt. Sure sucre at prayer sanctu
', 'f' .rtflW .Is no more ton H*>n,!ta! He WIlt bnrn in 410 NW J?"<* Avs. We will send a blesssd
ary. you
\1\-t Lllrei<,ett.. d*.. hter Waynebr. Ga and had U..d1fl'ft 4.4011. JMFtTRNIfflfFD prayer and Cuba tor. donation
..' wrotW.or.D: jftMft for the past 20 Ser-
............ 4tuedder of $300 Whatever you need
Mirv vice were conducted" Thurvdsy rffleienrv None
money, love or domestic prob
!..". c n.v..u1t.. MST" in the chapel!. with the Rev D SOCIETY hMUr All iitllff| ( Near bus lems. Write them' clearly wito donation -
M 'r ..-lU sister A Bradlev officiating Burial was tb pplne 4190 NW SJnd sre. of five dollars. Success'
r' rr..rr4 MiafA" brother in IJnonm Memorial CemeteryOiler '
/usrsntred.' Mail It to Prayer
f ,... 4davo. Mater .i,rvtvors Include a broth NEW DUPLEX Ifesutifu! large Sanctuary, 1687 East 55th St.,
H\' --rh.1M' tttif'T er. Isaiah. a sister Mrs Mary 2-bedroom apartment furnUhMf. Cleveland Ohio suit 40.
199-1 N.\V. 3rd Ave.
Key West Ha Haynes or imfurnbihed ArfuHt F1n..tn Be aura to put suit 40
*..ft\b rh'od 11 SO NW 7th rtPL
7-654J.: _. . Ill'
MFMORIAMmru Richardson; -
T.. ..i hiltwing! N.rnory 0r MONEY PROBLEMS
bMfhe'rW Mf. .. Rnbmon. 312 NW 6th beck and frnnt dMP. eta- .
r r n,1 JIMMY 111. htlp." $lutUn available If ln
'1.TR: wn. (Vi Ityf'.. D..... died (In VA Ho ttal. n.hVrutrs., nil NE 4-O500 or ttrvctUn f.!!..td. Strictly B+; r.

.. <. i nil life July 4. meal GM on June 25. Thetench OX 1.5453 IMf ..*al.
,..p.1Ir was stripped" to SwamsboroGa I REEVES
ROOMS. For clean neatly fornUhed JOHN WAMSTEKEROtpL
'; f but not forgotten May where funeral arrangements
.. ffi peee sari Nest per -1l! be c"npleted.Gravc.Me I Presents Nitely rooms ran Smith's Room SSB
.pent uaon 1dsn.t In* House. FR 9-4859 or OX .. 10, Ott ry, Cap, ft. Africa

rk Wi'".a. fatter xrvices were held'j FRANK ROYAL 1.5343 1009H NW and ave IMf .11. . . . . .
M /\.-Y kftja14skt itilim' '!haft. Moller f.r Infant WsMirr. born to Mr

n -.%.-v.d W'lson btontMr and Mrs CWalnr.. 230 NW,' Senaatlanal TrwmpHttr f.I,
Mr- tjiun Jone aNrr l"''h st. on June 25
.:.. I With Buddy Jahnaon'a OrchAnd ,

I For Results in One Visit-S .

JM 1' 1"np1! Mrs Carrot Je n Grace Bryrnt His

""ne'nnry 4har
e pd Christian Hospital June 29
I .,,. f ,.hr... .f!1 nand fsther.lff She (Is survived br her husband.rs COMBO SPIRITUAL MEDIUM

TIlL KEY r...... her mother. Mrs. Mince AND PUBLIC ADVISOR
-i", nrH I thi lafe July. ,4.. Svnnnelte several' ) brothers and THE MOlT CONSULTED READERIN

'mg <' M I hI' r.Mtl in peeve and Hfht'H ,
.... ., ,' ,1w,. ,>*>n MmKev. All StarFLOOR TROUBLE IN ADVANCE

N. We'te. : wife .
N, matter what your MOPE. FEAR 0' TROUBLE may b she
V E"i K W'lson. dau fe 'f nh W Wilson.IM grandson Senior can and well.. help yoSht glvM Ceti. and never fall.*.9 adwlc.

I .n all affair of Ufa such as: LOVE COURTSHIP MARRIAGE
Funeral ervlrea tor Martin Sat. Sun.
Tyler of 4M NW 3t ave. was health buaincM cHang*. will, deeds, mortgages law suits lott

MPMORTAMTn MM Sen..dn at New Mt Csl- or stolen article, hidden treasurta.K .

I-.H Met invlnc memory of vary Baptist Church with the -* your rt tr* Lire PAST PnES T. llfTUIUl Tells you
'r, (Ih'.baad. .>,,ior yfiHathar Survivor are AMATEUR NITE tiens.
without sang
know any qu
.nyt .n, you wa.hi.
RcRt r1' his wife five children: mother
\ ,ieriar4.d' this Uftwi June soIAMBRT thrre titter and two brothers EVERY MONDAY If you cent *... to Yoke a hit in anjrUWm--tl ><.u sac .1

.''\1 hard loch-Fue tae mat cwjite i Baader M> Suuh ,01"*.
nt' WI"' fOe.V.tes Mayt. Funers1! service for the lateA She bvimedMte hrhu-IUKULTb W OIl!: V1KIT! Ioa't ao
., c' !.II B Hammond' of 3145 Mundyt JVQ
.c M.. Lambert in Cocomit Grove was held Open House through kit bas4m1I4 d by cthrs See Her T(4ay'bceaa.Id

\ld ra-n MoHav' in the chapel with evr by Stale and County

C MrClary officiating He is Monday Thru ThursdayBeat Gives Your Lucky Days and Lucky NumbersSATISFACTION

rAPT) OF THANKS survived by hi. aunt and many The Clock GUARANTEED
ether relatives Mr. Hammondwas

acknowledge a former Pin American employee Private and Confidential Readings
!Hue to
.- .. <. a'a benentu I received far FRI., SAT, SUN. No Mall A".red-a.. Ma in Parses

m th... he late .. FREE HOURS: Dall land Sunday 7 ..M. to S p.m.
I" ",'. were reeelved from theM ANNUAL Before 10 p.m.

Hr.u*.ho1d ,+f Rally; OnT. DON'T MISTAKE ADDRESSTAKE
.. % fmuran Co. Afro MIAMI TIMES After 10 p.m. 50 cents HOUSE
.. BUS 1$ TO
V -8" Ufe Inaiwaftee
< <, '.. Charter No 17 VEWSROYS PICNIC Tables FREE 2390 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla.CARDSMEMORIALS .

r, r: ,..'.rn S'," May peace
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Once again it's camp time at
3r3aF4MMM; __'--_____' __w "uSEEIN' 'f:3'i+rrr'C53L the O. W. Carver Branch YMCA

Needy and worthy yam

| STARS going to the Miami YMCA Campat
Lake Placid August H thru

Sept 3 wont Just be headed tor

.. ......_......
_......1""':-r-: 1:-T->"- H lll l .U- -LJt-lLJMLi-at-ag| "'--.J.w..J a casual vacation but they'll
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CBS cheered Johnny went through sailing into one of the greatest 3'rrn
New York City ( ) -|. as of .. critai
most most Important adventures 4ti
many of his oldies. He sang
is hit everywtoere
Sammy a entire life. It's up to civic:
\ which bit the million mark and I. their
Sammy Davis Jr., goes !n-da-. they loved hkn. organizations citizens parents, acLlv>rltY DRUG
the adverse the laughs at his etc to guarantee the success of
bride to be's attitude that she'll Della Reese, who's baring husband this high adrenture. You may Ufi AseSSsiSIAKKloxJjBipmi;
have to let him support her now trouble (his first wife has make your reservations now by
that her studio bas fired her--lie sued him) foes mto the Holiday visiting or calling. the YMCA of- HAROLD JOLLIVCTTE, Manager
Juit goes merrily hltgIn and House in Milwaukee in the Fall flee 5770 NW 18th ave. OX
f sure made a hi.* Rio De Ella Fitzgerald alllnx bid 6-0231. I

week Janerlo at the where Golden be Is Room playing"of the a to cancel a weekend at the Lagoon Going to camp to a big event

Copacabana-Palace. Just In from in Salt Lake City. in the lives of our kids. Here, DRIVER'S LICENSE !

London where lie did such a bit Atlantic City Business booming! they achieve independence and
thing at the Pigalle. plus his announcement fine self reliance devlop an appreciation
weather is
and the just
of the engagement to -the beachcomber is busy signing for God and Nature through BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'BERRY'S
better understanding of the
Swede actress Mae Drttt-Sam a
contracts with such names as
rugs fans were all there to see Lloyd Price and Earl Bostlc for great outofdoors.Life .
this wonder of an wonders.
big dates there. at camp is so thrilling: for
His first show rwas amazing.: On the youngsters in attendance.' The, MACIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
the stage far just about 2 hours Freedom land which has thrills of baseball basketball
he never seemed to tire. The' audience nothing to do with Freedom of football and volleyball on the 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
cheered and applauded until races or anything did such: a 200x400 play area; swimming
he just couldnt bow and say tremendous business, Coney Island l *ting, canoeing in the white OX 1.5283
"thank you" anymore, He told will be wiped out. Freedom- sand bottom; fishing meaningful
friends later This b the most land as the men say, is Just another religious experience in the outdoor
emotional audience Ire ever place to take your folks and chapel called the "Cathed
1HtAnd the management spend your entire bent account ral of the Blue Sky vhicfc sits I
ws happy too Oscar Orn- In one day. Everything' is ski under a blanket of stars at night; RUPTURE v PILES v PROSTATE
stein said This! is the most fabulous high. I evening programs around the
opening numt weVt had- campfire; movies, hndng. rest O Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
and looks like It'll be the most Cozy Cole's Miniature {szx Rene periods; crafts and talent nights, EffectpalnltM.! nen-ourglcal office treatments at law cosine -
sismmful engagement on record goes to Pittsburgh to the where' ingenuity and originally
.** Chateau Lounge this week. is demonstrated; fireside chats lets time er Inceme. Avoid surgery and hotplullutlen. Why
They're done a lot of rehearsing with sympathetic counselors; wallprepared wear truss? Why suffer, delay and get w.ree'
IVsidrs the date Sammy wiH at Broadway Metropole. You'llremember home cooked meals and CONSULTATION FREE
do a TV show down there. Promoter he..... the famous the modern Robin Hood trying *
Carlos! Marhado Is happy drummer IrmtotnMft Jones. for the bullseye with the bow and Special medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis, ulcers
too he Just brought lo arrow, win be treasured memor blood pressure, sinus, anemia lost vigor chronic dlsecseo
Home and TOa Fitzgerald to Wowith Louts Armstrong 00 this year, ies for many years by those who of men and women.
tmxfi sucrea He now is back to playing an me summer attend our YMCA Resident Camp
plans to make a thing of It and festivals he can make. Suchan mis year DR. LONG'S CLINIC 0 REDUCING

brine only the best for top energetic, ambitious guy we're -- -- 1S45 1.W 1st St. FR L274S 0 A General. Health Service
P y. Before, the Brazilians didn't never seen. He can compare with Advertise! It
wt\ to pay so much but now any of these youngsters any day.
they see the people only want the He started the ....... ,, ..
first pert of June .. ---- ,.-. -..-. -. -- ... +rw..n.w...wr.rrwwvrw.rwr ..r.yi .
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bPft. played to 30.000 at MadisonSquare e"-. ....."".M.-.. '.:."''''....:..'..:.;"-.z--.. .._'.-' ..}.:.A't. ....:__a..7n..w... -:_ w: _.r.:--'' w*u.* .-_=,."" sc."",u._Ii--t-'-.-.LS j
Garden in Manhattan and I ,
Dhihann Carroll is so excited roes' on to a lone list including
about hartng her baby her Long Island. Coon, New Jersey. MANY THANKS. I
first she has gotten' Joanne Rhode Island Mass. PennsrhranIa I
Woodard to hold production of anew and many other music festival : :
film until the birth. hangouts Hell end up at the For your fine response to the opening f two Model Homes in
Hollywood Bowl Sept 13 and the g
Johnny Math.... at Twin Monterex Jan Festival Sept. 24. Richmond Heights.
<' Coaches in Pittsburgh trout He doesnt even rest between
down the house and them?
nearly l.OOC

.." T,"> ooO".O '.I'. I Open for inspection Fri., Sat, Sun., July 1 2,3

I Here & Theremin Travel 13800 Van Buren St All Day I

13711 Jackson Street
a ... i2i2. MI/Ird.1 ..44Y1y

BY A. B. WALKERThe sal soda concentrated dissolved I Richmond Heights Richmond Heights i
two gallons of warm water.
family ear probably fets the radiator with water and run
more loving care In the spring the motor for twenty min. Beautiful 3-bedroom hom TIle
than at any other time of the utes. Drain out solution flush Cozy 2-bedroom home. Tile J bath,
year Its interior Is cleaned In with fresh water, close the bath. In color, large carport and
deference to easily soiled sum dramcock. fill radiator with water colored' fixture, terrazzo floors I
mer cottons Its exterior cleanedfor and your cooling system .is J laundry room, black top circular I
the sake of general appear- set for summer driving. finished garage'. large Florida XMIAMI
the cleaned drive-way oven and range,
ance, parts of motor Plan to use bicarbonate. of "
to insure smooth sailing along soda this time to built-in oven and
the highways. Actually much of and cable terminal prevent trouble.battery Start wall heater, terrazzo floors, overroom. range,

by the the work family can be using done some at of home the by then brushing brushing away a solution the dirt of and oni sized' lot--77x100. Hlffh I and dry. wall heater black top circular

techniques practiced by the professionals quarter of a pound of baking Undftcaped
so drive
the senrfce station da per quart of water on the way Large lot, landscaped.
attendants and the money and terminals, the frame, the battery
can be put towards a tankful of case and
group strap. Let stand
gas, an expensrre' item these days. for a minute then fknh will)I SMALL DOWN PAYMENT I
fresh water; dry and coatpettrleum with
Take two of your motor parts 'Jelly to prevent further \
that can act up cause trouble corrosion.'
aDd spot a pleasant trip. Yourcooling BALANCE LIKE RENT I
system and battery. To The male of the family wflj
prevent trouble m the former feel that this is his Job. m lei g
clean. your radiator Simply drain you in on a secret those who are
it, dose the drain cock and then makless, you can do this easily NO CLOSING COSTSYou
pour in a solution of a pound of too.

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Heights Flashes PUN PHUN SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1960 PAGE 15


a, ORA O. TALYOR No Love is nil I II I

-- "" .I' .. -. --- -- spent a pleasant week toBradenton Greater'I'I ADDED INCOME

INSPIRATION Lord help the activities of Richmond Hi*. Sarasota and FL My By NO MONEY DOWN I
ers, rioting with old friends and
me to be Mnd in my criticism
To touch the lips of the one love
about the other fellow. making new friends. In Braden: .
We are now building 40 beautiful ton I renewed acquaintance with To watch the glitter in her eyes
Lord help me to keep my home in Coral Reef with Mrs. Minnie Rogers, proprietor To feel her fingers running In Dade call OX 14505Broward
tongue quiet, and not let it belIOJT. one and two fun baths all modem of the Robers Funeral Home and through my hair
l natures Call CE 5-4244 or, met her son Ted who just graduated Would be more than I could County
Let me be kind about world CE S-MS2. from law school at the Unit stand. WA 2.9411
doctrine and holyisms. Help me r I versity ef Michigan I If not alone Write t Percy Hepburn
to turn the mirror eels
tempted to show on the others'when ECHOES. FROM South Dad In Sarasota I had the pleasure You could say that I love her I ARCHITECT BUILDER AND
fault Voters League. As president and of meeting' Rev. and Mrs. J. H.i do.
Help me to conceal promoter of South Dade Voters'[i' Floyd. Mrs. Floyd informed' me When the breath given her by 871 NW 7th Street
my that H. EL S. Reeres had been a God, Hallandale Fla. I
thoughts deep down in centered' League. Your Scribe: wishes to!
vauHs. thank each person who helped to|] guest at their home during a reI Has left her immortal soul (farmtrly ef Nassau, Bah.) i

Let them not be as open se-I. make our political rally given in]I cent Episcopal Church Conference. Then what am I to do ........ ,". .. I ,..... .
pu'chrw: hidden. the shopping center a mammoth I 11 had an enjoyable visK with the With this innocent love .

To catch the feet of some Innocent success. It was the best since I! Fk tin>yds and their niece, Mrs. Mul- This love wbkh we've carried so - p -- "-
of Jacksonville t also had
peer: JeUI.He'p Willie Redding and his AmerM' a
nice visit with Mr and Aft:. long, SEE THE SOUTH'S
me to think kindly of my can Legion staged one several' Johnnie Thomas Sarasota. Which we've fought so hard to
fellow man. years ago. Each candidate regardfess -, jn They LEADING COLORED
And den, help him reach his of party was given an1. were friends of friends of mine, hold I
\ and are now my friends Which few men and women haveever PSYCHIC READER
t .t. open opportunity to present ads matched
Let not be the slan cr her platform to the people.!
me one to I four Will go on, and and on
spent nice days in >FL! Ken ,- on ,
tit'"- his soul. The many beautiful letters of
with Mr and Mrs. Andrew Through a lasting eternity. I 1 NadA
Let me do unto my fellow man thanks and congratulations gave Matthisen and their A
The deeds I wish in return, us the backing and inspiration togo Bahal friends of mine daughter, Many a mile have I travelled. uNc't
Let me d* for him the best I forward with our education members" of the Dunbar They are To the far corners of this old
High I I
I program to tram our new voters School //W'Crkt.
Club and hare
'"ve CM best and my felw to use the machine* Intenlrent-I aided that school And have yet to find another
by donating _
',,, man. 'T 1 .ty and to know what to look for books to Its library. Because of With a soul so noble as hers
Wh.i haw done for him thetea In our future candidates. Special the Matttnsens. we of the Banal Who care dearly for me.
I f'MI do, thanks to Mr and Mrs. Owen of
And yet there II room for more Pure Oil Station, to Bill MTVt> number of books of Miami donated a Mar her soul forever' be clean :
who worked" like including a set May It show her love through .
Then let me think over the old a real young of encylopedlas.tt .
and ne"' Democrat to help make the rally her heart. Let Mr yaare ef .....rt..... a..*.
a tunes to H *>ert Morris who was my great pleasure and For I loft her more than words and peetact yee th.......... life
And t- thankful that I nras did an excellent jolt with thebarbretie. an honor to meet X>r Henry F. can tell aa a llghtl.... ffvlee tM ships la
not ht fee. Thee words wen to the ladle who served Gilmore. principal of Dunbar And shall always continue' be I a ..."... Fee ...... In nalaaea
written nrtataeUy' for you. God refreshments to the kiddle* High. Iris is a vibrant personal' yond that point ana Ewe
b'rt ,ft. and grown ups who helped. This' ity Dunbar \*. fortunate m hav For which X have the power. CONSULT HER.

rally because of its scope and its !rat such straight thinking and 11- ... DO NT STAY IN THE RUT. GET
cpm forum bet caused TOUT bent leadership. Incidentally, he -- OUT NOW. BY THE HELP* OF
cYM'ATfY TO TIlE BE- Scribe modestly in be acclaimed- is a close friend of Garth Reeves." EXPERT WATCH AND GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.

HE'\'R11 We extend heartMt "d a great -m .... Small world. Unt it? CLOCK REPAIRSAll ..
Orn.. H. .
," Ntir helping so many r ople to "
ar n <> Mrs Yvonne lkler..ut -
anA hr famIly !1ft the f,..- achieve" theft goaL' Gospel Also Sing at Mt. Sinai Prim Ithre : ..... S .... toT
'h" aerie The ftinm a1 tervdent at St. services Lw-. Y
h.1e1. .t St Paul AME Mr and Mr*. Thirfee Smith John AMC Church Jewelers

pv.,.,.*, '.. Cnrnwit Orove. Her. Sr. and family ire back m the I enjoyed every moment of my 303 N.W. 2nd Ave "a4IQIto
9 K Ke"v Jr. ,,",nY'. Rain city after attending the graduation vacation. My experience in PR .... I .....
Fs' lrrw. WM !In chart* Brt of Thirlee Jr. at risk University meeting new friends and greeting 10182Electrical
'r one "........... at .'," betid. Thirlee was also a stu the old friends reminded' me of DAILY
r... *.m .$4l care r"f reel Those dent speaker during the commencement that beautiful scripture tram the READING
..-.* re kspe are well kept exercises. After lee,- Psalms. 1131: fbo1d bow good
tnc( Nashrflle they were the gueati and pleasant It |II for brethren to Repairs $1t.00 UP
of the 9cnft ', of Milwaukee, dwell together In unity"
etlnltnCT,Y: Yw Scribe was Wli, and Atty, and Mrs. Blanchard e Stoves ft Years I.pert.....
,..,"' f Pi-vme. Ky. for a Oooke of Atlanta 0.. Small Appliances
.?e4. t.1Pafa* 1'1 flirts of her MADAMHUNTER
,,n"t. "vtnf!" Wx'" Jake. r""f1ft. a LEGAL NOTICE Outdoor Lighting

"t"" UNDER O
,4., '. ',,w'rn+-mf Methodist1'ts1 FICTITIOUS 1657 N.W. 73rd St.
On rrt'irn. a earl came MIAMI, FLA.
,."Ift4f .if the H(...th of an aunt LEADER Notice is hereby given that the GEORGE INGRAHAM
.', lor'M. ftt Mr Mfi"!d In AnA undersigned' desiring to engage Dant writs-.Call la ,.,...
",-,,..... .* t f1. rvtve home of AND PHYCHIC READER in business under the fictitious FR 3-1051
.I.' r.
r't,. and .''''" frwn friend BISHOP HUNTER 007 NW itta Aven Miami Fla. P.""".....-.. -e--.Tr".,,,.,....... r .....,.....L _......"'-....."'-- -4!_=>-=. ...... ..-..--_--: _-_ --
r Intends to register the said name
If yM are. sick .. wN9't.' ....1 with the Clerk of Circuit Court of IT'S NOT TOO LATE. .
wr'r .I"'f''lTW"' \ HOME OWN- fall t. ... me teday. Offer ke.ft Dad. County, Florida
MtC &.............. loaner and Rich- daily 1 ....... te 1 ...-. TIt.May Ahon Johnson owner
"',..... ........ IPfI' .or.edlnt the 1 ....... ta S p.m. SaMay 11 a... June 11, 18. tS, July 2 To have your picture made in your prom outfit, or your
...,.'. .n+ -" wt. '0 m."y newAm '. S ..... cap and robe
'-N'rI'"'_ ,. ...... "ne 'n "reMr and High School and Kindergarten Cap and Gown Furnished
tt..c W' r. rndr Mr and Mrs
tr 1 S?'"'m.. Mr and Mrs READING
.... .00 t'
tph.i.fl Mr" and V** I
,--... n-......" "fr" "M Mr 99M17
n". n 'f.- Mr ..'4 Mrs Rnb
... ,... ,.... 4
net of '!""'Aott w ttsnn iW If St. ,, ,
"_ ...... ?of" sod Mrs W R WEST
... ...... u......_ nf"n"! f'n PH.. HOLLYWOOD J Open Sunday 2-5 ;
... 0....- Th. .-M ..... "t 'h.- -LA. p.m. .
'1"n.. ..tiI.A ", 1M'. 1435 N.E. 154th St. '
;_ .. .r _,
ftt i'4.1 Aom. Oral ,
I H""' North Miami Beach
Qn"f.+ ,
w Please neat' than and
",'.. N tn 'n t-...r. a rapt ". I, -. -
$395 Down
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BRAKES RELINED New 3 and 4 bedroom CBS tK

home. on large landscaped

$7.95 Cadillacs higher r lota. No qualifying, no closing ,

coats, one mortgage
QUICK SERVICE I .' payment. City water. Must r :

be teen to appreciate.
BRAKES ADJUSTED .,.......................... .... 89e T -...

Come and See Bill at Liberty City

PARTS New bedroom CBS on -> c
large lot. No closing coata. r
# l.st4
6124 N.W. 22nd AVENUE Near everything See this l

now. Don't pay rent. Many

oxtra features.
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FOR RENT $ ..fc3Bedroom Near 54tb SL 4

$495 DOWN-$78 MONTH ,

Partly furnished 2 bedroom .

CBS Honse home in lovely ...... Clean *4p

and neat. Move right In. No I E

closing coata. Hurry.

Unfurnished. Hot water supplied. Large lirlnf room -= ----- -- -- --

CASH FOR YOUR LOT Johnson of Miami
and dining room, porch, Vi block to school ahoppba ---- -

5238 N.W. 24th Court PL 7-S45C 253 NW 79th St. 409 N.W.17th Street FR 72294u

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MT. SINAI Miami ,Goodwill Junior Red Cross PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1960

MASONIC HALLDEDICATED I .Industries Win Leadership *'." '

Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted

National Award Training Center Guaranteed ........................ ........ $4.75

No. 502 Goodwill Industries of Did During the week of June 28- Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00,
The )(t. Stall Lodge has won the 1939-60 of Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios '
G and A M, PIIA ire taking this I County July 3. Dolores Patterson
method to thank the various departments achievement award as the fastest George Washington Carver Senior Guaranteed Watches .......... from $6.95
Goodwill unit to the
of Masonry for their 'nation.growing High School Is attending the DAVID JEWELERS
June 28
cooperation on
Eastern Area Junior Red cross 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave.
at the dedication of their hall 'I11e..rd was made at the FR 4-1522
held a
6410 NW 15th .ft. Special I960 delegate assembly in Philadelphia Leadership Training Center
thanks to Deputy Hilton Brown where James A. Ryder,.at Hood College, Frederick: Md.
who dedicated the hall accompanied president of the Dade unit wasprevented An intensive course in both
with the G E C. of K. of a plaque In recognition : Junior and Senior Red Cross activities -
L Sir Rudolph Bradley W M.: of the achievement.' win be given by a highly -
Granvllle Cambridge W. M skilled staff from the National ROOMS WANTEDWould
Robert Williams W. M4 Jna..1ttns. The Dade County; unit Is lets Red Cross Headquarters.
than a year old and competed selected teenagers
OES Matrons Cather About 200 carefully
Flossie Jenkins Cla- with 126 others throughout t h e from the entire Eastern
ine Cook country. like to aecure clean, comfortable rooms for
retha Cambridge, Aurelia Major Area section of the AmericanRed
Ryder also elected
was to the
Lillian Pleasure Marie Bean. Cross win participate. out-oMown men and
national board of director young women attending
Bell White Catherine Dilllard
Bessie Bethune Deputy Viola Attending the convention with Delores will be president of

\ Hill. Mae Esther BodJe. II. of J. him were Roy Perry, vice presi the Council Secondary of Junior Dade Red cross County this Miami Barber College
Ancient Matrons Sybil McPhee dent of Goodwill here, and Geo.
Roslyn Saymore. Theo Cleare, Dati h. executive director coming school year. She has been
195 N.W.
14th Street
P. M. Delia Lowe S. M. Louise Goodwill active in Junior Red cross since Phone FR 7-3127
Rolle, Melsay Burrow, J. M. to Miami, operates three atom elementary school. She made the
one at 1210 NW 62ndWLflJW
Zf 9ie Tucker. II. L. C Rosebud ST. I trip by National AlrUnea. -
Woods Alice Cash. P. C." E. C.
K. of' L. John Taylor Herbert I'- - - ,
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Major Nobles of the Mystic
Shrine: Nobles Samuel Sweeting' ,
Melvin Jackson, E. Wallace, A Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
Roberts Ben Rodgers and others.

Past Liberty Master City G Laroda Project Mr.Elliott Kempat J. A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY

Pieze. pastor officers and members .
of Nor Bethel ,
Baptkt k ,
Church. Thanks to all ,, J' ./ : 1't- :

Louise Role Grand Princess .."11 ,.,1' l' .
Captain of the Heroines of Tem

plar Crusade Mattie Wilson, #1
Worthy Matron Jacob Dean,.
Worthy Patron Lona Simmon. ,
Royal l Matron


Phone FR 4-3034 _#

307 N.W. 2nd Are.W r-. .

apt and tnlargc picture *t -- s

your laved ants at half pHe,. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours





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Near N.W. 27th Ave. and


AND DINNERAt ONLY $495 DOWN Brand new bedroom CBS CBS
3-bedroom, 2 bath. New
j home, close to schools and] buses
Popular Price home. Beauty.
One mortgage. $79 month. Move I No closing costs.
6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. ONLY $495 DOWN

right in. No closing cost See $995 DOWN
One mortgage. No closing costs.

Move right inBrand
Brownsville 5916 N.W. 23rd Ave. See 1830 N.W. 70th St.

Improvement Ass'n .. .

2741 N.W. 49th St. Carver Ranches 2-bedroom CBS ONLY $495 DOWN New CBS

Regular meetings 1st and homes. 3bedrooms. Opa Locka.
I $60 monthly One mortgage, lur-
3rd Monday nights of each
month. Membership drive nished. Small home for couple.
now on. All residents of $69 Good Move right in. No closing costs
monthly- buys
Brownsville invited to join : Large deep lot, landscaped. $88 month See

See 5300 S.W. 19th St. quiet area. Liberty City.
Neal Ada.s. It,...
1730 N.W. 154th St.
W. C. Bawl Sec'yBARGAIN See 1941A N.W. 58th St.
2420 S.W. 48th Ave. 1961 N.W. 153rd St.

1 1:

LADIESSHOES ONLY $395 DOWN Why?? Buy Iota or acreage -
in far out swamp lands Pay
For couple. Cute, small, house. : Furnished 1 Bedroom monthly and interest-you can

CANCELLATIONS I deposit with us weekly until

$60 monthly. One mortgage. I $18.50 Weekly you have enough for a down
payment on a home and earn interest
See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave.
HURRY! while with us.
561 N.W. 29th St.

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Electrical Contractor FAIR REALTY PL 7-1645

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