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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 9, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TEMPURA MUTANTUR CT NOS MUTAMUR IN ILLIt ,,, v

The tote art changed and we are changed with them

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37TH YEAR, NO. 46 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY-9, 1960 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES

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Our Corrine Huff Holds






Own in Miss USA .-Contest


_
> w' UTAH BEAUTY

TAKES CROWNA

dark-haired. curveaonw
#- 'car beauty .from the Buckeye State
firw! into Miami last Saturdayand
became the first Negro to
V. A! aA 4 enter a majftf U S beu r ewi-
test And a better' r"'pre enauveczuldn't
: be found anywherePrettv
f:1f Cx rrioe huff 19-yar-
: cd! Nnnf'rIn the Mbw Ohio
contest became her state's official -
: rrpreentNvr when the. pageant -
f o/fietaU found out the
C cr.cna: ) Was OHK! Kathy Justice
r was only 1? and a year to yotmc.
Ban, *-colored Corrine provedthe
was no fluke rnplace nent
( e2tf 4 Wednesday night when *herd ... -
,. into the semi-final aim*
with: 14 other beauties. Twrnty-
i -1't seven other ceflte4ar were

r .,....-.. .. eliminated hour judging'after In a evening two and a*'mn half
'"
:I \ )'\ MISS UTAH WINNERAt

II the final judging Thursday
-..-- I y .. ,. ..... I k : .: night In Miami Beach Convention
JIall, pretty ,'ft-"t'd
: Huff, Mis Ohio, was ,
Linda Dftn..,.. Mis. Utah tookthe
the quJn'.tcseace of feminine; pulchritude coveted title.

a* she displayed her 4/Pr : The runners-up In order
Jj were:
charms fcr the Judges and audience .: r: Mary Rodttes Miss. New York::
USA uml tlnals
in the blue Margaret Jo Gordon. burs Alab .
Thursday night at Miami Beach
: ma; Lyndla Tar I ton Ml, North
Convention Hall. A large numbrf Carclina! and Nancy Wakefieki,
of No roea+ were in the audience M'ss norida

to cheer the shajely lassie. Many of the 6JAQ present
thought Corrfne could have gone
MENTAL 41P :: all the way or at least' to the
: .
final five, "Hutty.a.. she to
PATIENT BADLY i fondly called! made a big hit with

BURNEDA '\t.,. ub s r all the parcant cfTielals and contest -
? -nts, The llthesnme Youn-
33-year-od former mental ,. 4 : ; t r -n lassie exhibited! a great deal

patient poured kerosene over her + .: r ut a c f '-. >Ue and showed a glowing
head Friday and set herself on -k --'"'-" --- **rcr nallty

fire, rolice said. I.Uld.owA Corrine Huff. Mi** Ohio (center Mary: Huff wan the first American NV- forrtne Is five feet' six Inches
Mrs Nanml Miles of 1613 NW -iH wetrhs 123 pounds She Is ahne'y
6th court was in critical condition ) takw hr rightful place aloageldcMi Ifr.. to take part in a ML*+ Unlverso nag : 362436.

at Jackson Hospital suffering USA winner pretty Linda Dement, Nnt --rod drew utronjr applause every time fWrlne'a mother .U wbMe. her

severe burns of 90 per cent MiM t'tah left) and eml-finalh Sandy ..tee VSHH l'rt''nt I to packed audiences! ,n ".'hr Nefra They live* In New3 -
of her bodr Doctors five her a +!V Pa. She lives with an aunt
very *!im chance' of recovering.Roundtree. Chudy < .Mi"CONGO !118 St'Jt'rK') t )1 Mini Reach invention Hall. and u-icje, a Yotn*..town lawyer.

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and Finch Gets $50,000 to




Trial Set for July 21 Plan Slum Clearance



Toro police officers chargedwith Metro, plea for federal funds -
j taking bollta payoff from to help sustain Its Piannln Department .
1, -fnbrr.. operators pleaded not was answered Thursday U 53.! ASKS 6
I Baby Burned to DeathMother guilty OIl Thursday and asked with a $50,000 arrant from the I
for a jury trial. Urban Renewal Administration. kV LION $ FROM

The men' are Amos C. Round- The grant is routine for counties -
at Prayer ----- tree 31. o/ BID NW 37th it. andCtyaW which have adopted a "mas, DADDY GRACE
HEAD C. I1 oIa. 38. of 1014 NW ter pt.nfor slum clearance, as
Meeting Si.t ft Dade did last year. The figure It ESTATELiens

LASHES BELGIAN Ac" 'i4imr $n in marked bills maximum for a county which baa totaling nearly six million
A small boy burned to death! IM a .MaiNrdogven payoff ts the no legal authorization to launch dollar have been fifed by
Thursday night when nil atbystuck RULE charge aajajnat them Jacob Smart a lar -aeako urban renewal pro- the Internal Revenue Service
in a famine doorway. and Ret>t-n Je kiM, the bottta pickup gram against the estate of the late Negro -
William Albury. 35 a neighbor,I LBOPOLDVILLC. RrpubHe of ..... complateed to police of j Florida Ira restricts De-daft evangelist, Charles M Grace.
dramatkally fought his Wthrouxh the shakedown operation, re-,
a burning home at 1414 Congo Premier Patrice Lu- parted fMliee Investigators.' activities in force-buying slum t Tiling the liens in Baltimore
mumba accused the Belgians properties. for clearance aad ,..
shall Superior Court the IRS stated
NW fth court to rescue two Marked bills were supplied by
children. Thursday *f Inflicting "atrocious : tfce police they said ale. to private developer "&.e'et Daddy Grace was In tax
sufTeriasjsN Oftbe Congolesepeople The 130.000 iwill toward I for 12 in
But the heat was so Intense Another story making the f o arrears years beginning
in their 80 years of rule salarie' for Metro workers 1945.
that he managed only to pull a I rounds :JI that the marked bills paying The amounts ranged from
burning wooden crib toward the over thu African land. .sere planted In the officers car planning rehabilitation of a I $73482 In IMS to $1.531.003 la1M3.
door The crib wedjed to the He delivered this parting shot after thev had refuwxi to take a.* aman.' !! stiH-undesUmated Negro\ and totaled' $$.990,646 said
at his former colonial! masters as i'um area dOle to mid-town according -i the IRS.
doorway ; oavoff from the pickup men. i iI jI
turned the country to to Karl Ebel.! Metro planner Grace
they over Roundtree and Finch had been, died In Los Angeles Jan.
Little Anthony Lamar, m>>-i .ts new native leaders. I tori 12. IDs address in etabns filed
'm bad with the echelon!
and-a-half-year-old son of MrsI/ "We have known ironies and top I here fwas Washington D. C.
the several months because
Margaret Lamar, burned to death.' insults: the blows to which: we, they past were among tbe officers SOMALIA FREE .
He was crying; when the flame I have had to submit morning -- -- -
who offered information to dty
engulfed him. and night because we are AFTER
noon 91 YEARS
.30'' I officials on alleged bribes and I ly Independent British Somalilaad
The tragedy occurred at Negroes, Lumumba said at Independence -
payoffs. tavolvtoc white Miami! In the beginning of what Somali
MOGADISCIO Somalia
after the ceremonies attended ,
three mSwites -
pm. ..' ..... I
) leaders hope win be even
an
church for TV>uaands of Somali tribespaopleand
mother left for : a br hJ parllamatary colleagues.atscmbed I
Thursday night prayer meettef. dieaHarie of the,, .-- -- respretentative from Homicide Detecthne W U. Banner church and dfeiomatic corps and crowded into th1c dusty French ScvnaUland and part of
pni ed Albury, 1412 NW eth, Kmg Baudouin of Belgium.Lumumba's bv the Bsgjarm *n charges of tacit Est African port city to celebrate British Kenya and the ktaa>fca *t
court Albury told police he beard I word* provided the .IMF a aatioMliat riot almost Srmalia's independence.At Ethiopia. where there are e Semalitribes.
the oldest chlM. James Jr, four, only acid in the otherwise friendly reversed hies r : help. j i peechtnakng that inaugurated I. fete gawerfMMttt's Uwnks to Bau-' Independent after fl yean new star a I
uy raced into the home aDd the new republic douia ...4 The noble Belgian I! of Italian colonial and Xtaliaaadnteistered five pointed white glue '
carried out. in two trips Tyron.1 I A few hours later Lumumba a ....." for their dec4sJon to free UN trust ruW. field flew from dozen of
ro and Sharon Ann tore*. I II I I former postal crt once jafled the C...... Neat it will merge with new, poles.







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The new dean will have. as hUimmediate
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA on all eltilens to approach desegregation the ACADEMIC DEAN task the completion of
matter of school
with the T4rit of fairness, good- NAMED AT the junior col re'* academic!: faculty
PACE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 9, teGO will and respect for law. Over COLLEGE Dr. Williams said. Dale
JR.
.. the protest of some white South-
Junior college, which opens in
'. __ .ft
&. *A errt deIeiltetM resolution w a *
'.". r enlarged to read: The association Dr. Gordon B. Pyle, assistant ot September already has over. ont
: commends the communities demic division and chairman thousand applications.
TLIiSand the Department of Logic of Dadeed
wfcich have handled their problems -
concerning desegregation In to become dean of the acaproffvaor -
of social science at the
juch a manner as to assume their
obligation to recognize the po- University of Florida has resign- J. B. SMITH

THAT .- UJcaJ! and professional right of County Junior College' Dr. Kenneth ELECTRICSERVICE
teachers. R. William, president, an-
nounced.
Stirring the convention' ra* the
By RUTH N. POLITE American Federation of Teachers i Dr Pyle was retained' last year Electrical Contractor

-_........ \o,1A... -v.- .,. an affiliated the American I btht" city of Gainesville to direct HOUSEWIRING
Federation of Labor and Congress its urban renewal survey
Last week while visiting in the la 1958 he received the ) (of Industrial Organizations. The! ttnder his direction *peeali ts
"Don't Call us"
home of a family with whom Iworked j Iver. award for his book .be-I AFT made a bid for the 600.000, *pent three months cfeeekin he cuss
during the school term o reoisle" which tells of teachers not already affiliated extent of G.if e vUle's Wifhted PHONE OX 1-3625;
I heard the father taking his wife I rise of a new middle class in wth them: strewed the rtftit *o areas, loeatin wwv apse for the
to task for not being able to recall United Stales This corner it in-!' c'' llectlve bargaining: strike policy familhw' to be *H ..aeed. al 'ietcRAininf Night or Day
the text of the sermon debted to Mr*. Willie Mae Murray and m n-reonit'nn of segrr.rtrd JI IdII1tttJtot1t:
delivered by the pastor of the for knowing about this bookPYou r NEA chapters In eleven construction.
ehurrfc which she attended. To will find it revealing and SrJ ,era states
avoid being embarrassed the wife provocative. You will not regret VEA found recourse In t"efact -- -

related the following story of the price paid for this document Out "the necessity of law" permits -
The Old Lady And The Basket -! dealing with the little-understood separate state groups In the ccThTY1
I"One I and neglected J aspect of our 11 slates.I -
Monday morninz a American life.PEOPLE. TOP QUPiLI :- OtiifPRiC1': $
young
man called at a house r >!'. William C. Carr. NE.f' -

lived an old lady who opened l Mrs. Irks Foster and enitv! secretary panted un then
the door when he knocked hr mother were in an automobile -$ *-..d for an Ineremed enrollment
"Good morning* he *old,1 1 I _cddent. We are happy tortpert frrrr the r>re ent 50 percent to 64percent
"and how are you today?" that it 'was not serious and within! the text four
"Very well, air." said sb*. both are recovering at home rears Chanters' were urged to u'th. e
"You were at church Xpj ter- Mr*. RUTH ROGERS attendedthe tlonn"A MTTJJOV OR
day no docbt?" funeral of her uncle, ELI P. MORE BY SIXTY-FOUR"
"Yes. air. morning aM even LEAVER a long time resident of
ing." MI s Clarke KHn high i rhoolrial
Chicago. The funeral was held in studies, teacher frrrn Wau-
"And what was. Zion
Daytona Beach at the ML E1tlg
the Ve ha. Mh., WIM IMtanfOd pntf- t
ymerningwH AME Church of which Rev. E. A. 1 Lt
dent of thk 714 nnn member
lad. art I'ft'nftnber'I I
Simmons Is pastor Off to
"Well what irnwm the 1r'r1 dticatfona1 or-
about?" was tbe sermon i: rtsmmer school are EMANUEL: R ganteatlon In America. c 1 ritEE DrUVERY DRUG
FRYAR, Mr. Fryar Is the newly
"It wa a trcai sermon but I elected president of the D a d e '
eant t Ht rn enter what it was Teacher's Association. Ha WEDDTVOJi A SAItTFS CORNER It.w 15* AY C. 68t1v t1T ,,a,,;
srbnt.t." County : 1v' 12 Mr and Mrs Walter
Is studying at the University of CaMwelt and Mr. and Mr. Tfarr's HAROLD JOLUVETTC ManagerCEASOR'S
"Wei:; mebat
". can you tell Pittsfcura BTWs EUGENE Griffin. I
tm.1'tnOn was about at theVnrrtnfC DUNCOMBE I I. at Minnesota and
I" ,service" North Dade's CLIFFORD MAT-I BIRTimAY AN'NTVETtRARTl SI i 1 ..... It
"No. I can't say as I do. Itt TirEws is at FM& Mr ANDEL I July 7. Gregory Gill and Mr
'fflfH to have slipped my mind. MT ICES Is at Teacher College Rowena ITaurutbolt Jul d TV>r** UNIVERSITY OF
'11M'evnt man ambled That Columbia University. Mrs. T G-TKkn. William lITale* Jr.
* UC'C'f'." he Hid.whIt is the use Mickens the recording secretaryof daud E Adstde July 9 M..iTrffTtm' BEAUTY CULTURE"MOST
of Koine to church If you cant the Dade County+ Teacher M It,.tM-11. Mr RM.>.V TJIr'er -
ferttMC a mtrd: home" Association Mr VICTORIA Elria W T *chal: Jut, tfl.Dr MODERN IN THE $SOUTH'
Then the old lady said quietly. HIGGS. mother of Earl Hlgg William A Chapman Mrt
"John will you do me a and Pauline. Smith win leave for Ruth Jr has n. Little Vetrla I* Fa.dn.tinVork Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
favor? Will you take this old points North to visit her other Solomon, Drborah Jonet: Ju1" 11.
ctettM basket to the well and children. Mr Hkrr is a loyal Master Rick A Mfwre. CmrtavaHcwell. Hair-Weev Training Center in The South
'Hrin it back: full of water?" I member of Ebeneter Church. Reuben Mitchell: JuW 12. I
Metwcome; ." said the young ,f J Carlo Capers: Julv 13 1/wetha Write today for further information

man. "I'm net quite such a Among the 83 selected high Sands. Sherrilyn Park .

yfenpleUm. as that You know schnnl teachers of science and 5301 N.W. 22nd Avenue Mami, Florid
THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK
there wouldn't be a drop of who .studying tn
water in the basket when I got mathematics the Science"" Institute sponsored "God of the digs the wrM" of JOT)

back." the National Foundation at with the spade of sorrow"
old smiled. "Perh** bv .... ....,_ __ ______
lady _
The FUk UWvmtlty Is Mrs. JAMESI. ---- --------"T----r---- 11'13"... w if. Tif.-J.J/.Il! !
'_"ff' rlfht," she .'Id.J dare CTTT? tRY Owen Sawyer.
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there wouldn't but the basket -
MV Mrs. Cherry has distinguishedherself For The Finest Moderate Rates. Call
might be a little cleaner. in educational circle fort Apartments at I

H itlflc and literary Contributions
AMAZING FACTS A BOUT to national magazine She
"BASEBALL Jackie Robinson was has authored "The Space Ae.
nH the first Negro to play in the "Mv. Experience In a SomtnerScience BONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY
maor league, Back In 184. SO Institute." '"A Negro
.
teen before Jackie was born two Teacher Views" Integration,"
Negroes. M !IrS Walker and bis MT.and of Law and Liberty" and
brother. WeWay, played for one '
"Miami, at Christmas: Time"
year with Toledo when It was a .
full flfdaed major lea cm* A Mrs Oherry a native Mlamlan Inc. :
'
and teacher at Northwestern Is
WK' n.n. LIZZIE STROUD. pitched -
the daughter of the late Dr. W. ,
under the name of "Arling
n Sawyer Her mother Mrs. Rebeoca ,
ton" for the Atlantic League in '
IfKM 1M2 the tint diagram Sam-ver. resides In the Mary
vf a b** ball Infield was drawn raizabeth Hotel frcrn which van-
1H4S the first organization, tare point she directs her vast

Tar Knickerbocker Baseball Club real estate holdings. *. .
4ftf New York was organfted The largest collection and rental
,J1f1.. 1. IMS the first college' I FRANK YERR former English -
ewne was played between Am- composition I Instructor at
her t and William .1010 FAMU and now famous author of agency in the South; operating in
William Howard Taft, started the International' fame, has been the
f"t*Mm H having the president toolc of man conversations Dade and Broward Counties'
throw nut the first baseball of lately! After bit of writing" and
sine season telephoning w" found that he
moved to France In 1952 and Negro Housing areas

T>R. R FRANKLIN TRACTER.vtref after fciree years he moved to
w r of sociology at Howard Madrid, Spain where he 1. now
Tn4vrrltv' .,. wa awarded. July 7. living" and writing another novel L L. BROOKS Prt.ld.nt .
the honorary decree of Doctor of "Gillian" which Is scheduled to
Lave. bv Edlnbhrgh Universityin appear on book shelves and store
Scotland during a spectacular counters In September The MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

NtnvncAtfonal exercise were of the novel is m Birming 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
Dr Frazier wa. chief of the ham. Ala and the story If about IN DADE AND

D{vWrn of Am>Wed Social Sciences the steel tycoons of 1894-19M. BROWARD COUNTIES
IV-wrtment of Social Science The prolific Mr Yerby has written -
*. TTXESCO from 1951 to a novel a year since 1946.
1QS >"e U a nut president of ,
the American Socialorical Society -, NATIONAL EDUCATION' ASSOCIATION Boil DEP
and t.l a Fe'low of the Libraryof met last week ta :
Conrrens" and president of the the city. of Los Anrrfes. f//.
International Society for the cant on the agenda wa SlrnJft-1 "
scientific study of race relation posed' resolution which l AGENCY, INC

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1 I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
A CALENDAIl OF J
SATURDAY JULY 9, 1960 PACE 3

Fae!and.1 gjOPinion@ I -

recent count shows that that: NHS Offers
*. were nearly 200,000 more of <-
these workers last October thana Practical Nursing
r year before. Most of this Increase -
came at the state and local -!I Attention hfeb school graduates -
level.' Ir who be interested' in
; r may
From Lfo: "The
magazine: one I Practical Nursing and do not planto
,r: nlrorer1 able charm of fishing I
) Oo; shaded 'jocl, the lazy lake, The U S. oil industry brought,, Reistratkn go to college..U open now. Applicants
+4r t < n td mystery cat the next bend 'the nation's proved recovery' reserves to Northwestern
tr.J the clean solitude. Fishing of crude oil natural gas may go
Senior lush School on Thursdaysfrom
j a good excuse for getting closer I liquid. and natural CM to an all 9-12 noon and 1 to 3 pjn-
o nature, if you need an excose me high In 1959. the American for personal Interview.'
; In wick case It it better to Petroleum Institute finds. Proved The next nursing claw will begin -
r r% f'& crudely I than not to fish at all. tnxrves!' are those which experience in September For further Information
B: not so crudely that you spoilr indicates can be' recovered' tfease call PL 4-M9I
r-.'\ for the next man. The only by production method now in
r :' ('l'1Mn110 really deserves oTJeratlofl The crude oil reserves
( .?. name cf sK* U the litterbug amount to 31 billion 719 million Why be Out of Style ?
n* :> leaves a trail of captious barrels. t
.+,,. vandalism. empty' beer cans and tt t Let us convert your double-
I breasted suit to single breasted
E 'JT V cartoon These are signs UUUH a
:.f a character that even nature' narrow lapel $18 up.

The RL Rev O. N. Collins cxh.: "/ ::I :n l.>.s 36th AME General cunt reform." Advertise It Pays r I Y.ur Smiling Tailors. 937 NW
former Now Orleans presiding) Conference in the West 3rd A VI'., Reuben' Hepburn' Prop.
elder displays victory smile upon Coast e1',.. Bishop Collins hasbeen According I to Senator Macnu- iadf
visiting Carnation Milk booth assigned to the 18th Epis1 son It Is estimated that the U. S.
following election as Bishop of 1 copal District of the Church Merchant Marine, counting itssesyiny.
the AME Church" recently' in I! which embraces Central Africa.I !! shomride and ship,
Los Angeles. Seen with the new building and ship repair segments,
ly elected l prelate is Mrs. Kathlya The church selected a second I contributes more' than $5 billion STAR MEAT MARKET
Tave, consumer consultant for bishop the Rt. Rev. John D.I a year to our economy. And
Carnation Co. Los Angeles, one Bright of J'lhKadeIpMa.bo .. I foreign" trade, he adds provides'
of several national firms having also assigned to Africa. .1 direct empteyment for more than
4 *4 mitnon Americans \f 1520 N.W. 62nd Street


I Len E. Drown, the 'American '-a._ .. t

Wilkins Reveals' RightsI cfwnrmmfeaHens Medical Association's says The director individual nf- TilE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

phyitfeian' has a very
I real "Mifatfon! to the profession
to do all within his power to
maintain' high' quality service to
:
Program for Both PartiesNEW t."N' tune fa cliCtt. with thei, I
patient! his nhysirtegtcal well be- Fresh MeatLow Prices
'nr. and In hnre YORK A seven-point Urn governments to impose discrimination inrere" interest plow' a frank discussion
"program for civil ruts-1960": against. American dt- of the ct Involved."
was made public here today by HftI on grounds of race or re-
Ray \\.Uklns.t a news confer- :): nn. F. -
itherheVUng practice I In the
ence. Opposition to any International''
railroad industry have been denlrwH -
The program was released by agreement' to treaty which by Its HV the presfafent of the
Mr. Wilkins on behalf of the terms or practices differentiates Cn'ifofnin Grape and Tree GRANDOPENING
Leadership Conference on Civil among U S. eiticetw on the Fruit League Vn a letter to Pred-'
Rights of -wfttich he is chairman grounds of race or religion." dent Bipunhopef lie ..... that his
It consist of proposals to be Reform of "
congressional procedure rtranntitati'n wa "'rif.". concerned
submitted by te Conference to assure majority rule
with any coat' factors .
chairman and NAACP leader to at each state of the legislative
thll' will
'few
rr.se freight rates or
the platform committee of thefirmncratk rroceM
lnw+air railroad efficiency"Cttahi
NatkwvaJ 1 Convention'
at bearings scheduled for July TIn WATCH OUT I
Los Angeles The same proposals Store Ae reports" that
will be submitted to the FOR THE HIDDEN TV and tfce HsJ circulation megartae Due to circumstances beyond our controlour
mar Kip create masmerrfcaMii
Republican platform committee in
Q>cfo later In the month. INTEREST ** trends but meretiai Grand Opening has been postponedfor
.f. fled that
Aa ociated with the NAACP local people weeks. Watch this for date.
,
1IIW'N"f.' ..... per. more' attention ofwhat's two paper
are 32 other national civic dluYf'tf'fan. In 19V family bankruptcies accounted
labor and minority for M fwrrent of all'' pmmAted Wally The lo-
group' organizations In the Leadership bankmn4cie accordms to the eel outlets of a national chain .
must often eater to apreial' customer -
Conference' who are calling American Hankers AsoriaH.
upon both' parties! to Incorporate MltttAfu nf tam,"" are spending Hernafwt. Big fa Wen
strong civil rights planksIn ut to 40 fereeirt of their teeome tvs often. .fail to catrfi fire In Get Your Teams
certain ayes. wfcfle fads, which
their WO: platforms.The nt'I' (installment favmen4s.' Even
propoak cover votk>tr. education when. "A ytereent' of a maw's take, often He netMnatty after a slurp ,II
hnme "'''' Ha. eon Hfter on In some' ,
employment establishment par tie fwt t on hwrtaMfw I
ftt a permanent Commission p.ymen4s. ti', a Threat. to thestaMIHy town' to twenme food staple Ready Now IMIBOWLING
b.. .....
CSvfl the *
Rights eecwrrcnle
MI protection of of the family i
lfrtHrritv of American.. ritlHtMhlp
and referm of eoogreMonal pro- Aft\"ftftf' "n borrows money wr Mrvss R. Greene 'rites InN
nott_,.... ,, who" buys anrtatias on the int .tiHtal Review Nutl.lint 'TkrtyeeoiMftiists t .
Arnong ,legislative and other .'bn. H pan nhoulrt know what thought of competition
s4ed>fe the civil' rights advocates inefxtt he' paving a Ml bow 'In tarn*. of price net,. Bet commHlMnfi -
seo* from both parties are the much Interest Hetl par over the today eonsts net onlyin
f ohlarrdncVIgsrrws We of the eofMret Senator Paul prier but also in service ft.-1'
enfcrrernent of existins TVtugfas CD 111 > KM Introduced a '' ity and Innovation, Sueli
: 1M tilt ftI and enactment ofnecemary huh (S, 27M to require"' aU l 1....vdem. titioM busies tn Its wake a contm 'I
new ones to guarantee. retailers, and lat.......n to so stream of new and better I
the right tit voteA I Worm tHeir etntomers 1 i product, and. in turn contributes"
nfHtukmal amendment. to r For .....".1.. a smell lean Ceo to a ruing staMhMPd of thrift*. 1900 N. W. 75th St.
tbliiih universal suffrage. may lend a T'erMMi S9M and I
Hnme rule fur the District of chars him 3C a nwnt I Interest ', There are 8H" mttlkm civilian
CMwnbia.Auth m the unpaid bala*.rr Tfcat does ov not aound too bad but M'. realty slate and national according to
rMy fer the Attorney 38'" m General te file l civil injunction I far every 3! Americans The most
M 4t* in eases' Involving dental of Or. a person mav buy a homefreerer I .,
the rltHt to equal' educational, for $$At) He agrees. to --- --- -
OfM'6rtunUy. i pay $W ff7 evrv month fey two
years He ou tfit! to tr..... Doug
ju4rrmertt' that every school I In Your Classified Ad
dIe rict affected' by the Supr las befieves, that he's oaring $112
Court df'Iffl reffatic< ruling I int#r it at a rate of 18%. I
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mit a stern for compliance Dft t'f'n.I'I Latvung Interest. rates may I I 35c Per Insertion Per Line Figure 5 Average Words to The Une

ter than. the end of the also e&ell the spirattng. consumer: No. of Lines 1 Time 2 Times

WMfehokfin of federal funds\ credit$noo.nno.ooo, which, "new over I 3 ................ .................. $1.00 .... ................................. $2.00

and subsidies from any school the!'| MiHions of Americans lose a 4 ............ ........,.................. $1.40 ................ ...-............... $2.8O

wMeh basis of selects race' religion its student, color on or full through week's hhlb salary!Btere each rates year and I 5 ....................._..... .......... $1.75 ................ ..._................. $3.50

national. origin. .
Authority for the Commlsloner i hidden oay char?se theyVe forced te CLASSIFICATION ................ ................ (THREE LINE MINIMUM)
of Education to operate DOD- segregated school for children of
federal personnel. in communities Loyal 59ers Club
been closed -
where schools have ,
because of failure to comply with* The Loyal 8ers are very proudof
a court' order to desegregate | their N'Ifdf'ftt.In.- Florence
An executive' order forbidding Allen She not only broefht back
cremation or other forms of a very splendid report from the "
discrimination, based on race Florida Association of Catered
relifion or national. origin in an Women Club Inc. which was ------ --- .."..
federal or federally-aided lion held in St Petersburg June 11-14
ins programs 4'I she brought back a prize for

EQual job oyportuntty In au modeling the matt decorated. hat Name ............ ................................. .................... Phone... _..............
employment in the federal establishment. and was honored as having served
on the credentials committee..
Equal job*opportunity in an The 5derR win hold their next Address City ..... .. ... .. ....
employment performed under meeting' at the lovely home of!
contract and result- Mrs MarY Wilson. 17eg Day ave. I
government
bog from federal grants-ln-ald Coconut Grove. AU ember are :rrrk:::: : .: THE MIAMI TIMES
and loan programs.Establlahrneat asked te be present" on July 18.i
of the United The Men will close wfth a I
States Commission on Ctvfl wMeh wift be held oa Vlrgi&a I 6740 N.W. 15th Ave. Miami 47, Florida
Rights on a permanent basis.! i Beaeh.3Jrs..
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Thp National: Democratic Convention will be heldext tlo: ,

*- wrelin Los! Anjreles.! It should be among the most fe'

interesting over held' by the Democrats.

Trjc.-*. are four known candidates and likely to be

others before it'* over.

The mot popular candidate is Senator John F. Ken- "

N"1t1t M MrhuettA. Sen. Lyndon Johnson of Texas

"'M announced hill candidacy on Tuesday is also popular

end m"ht! } very wxll get the support of most! Southerners.

Senator .Stuart Syminjrton of Missouri believes if

Kennedy doe not ret the nomination on an early ballot

he would !K' the nominee.
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Then there is former Go,'. Adlai Stevenson! who has M A M

not announced candidacy! but his supporters' seem determined r

to nominate him. This! will be the third attemptMr.

Stevenson has made for the office of president of the One of the most! promising new singing Carolyn Lewis Front row* Barbara Wooden
t nit Ml States. Ko Marie Jones Wilhelmenla Gray
< groups! In Miami 1s the Choralettes, a group c
Annie Mae Leflore Margaret \Vliit
Our Florida Sen. Spevard Holland to still worrying of 11 to 14-year-olds who specialize In Seated : Linda Lawhorne attendant, and

about Civil Rights lie is a member of the platform committee spirituals.Back "ortia'hlt queen of the Choralettes.
b 'for the national convention. Holland
meeting .* row. left to right: Dorothy Hurt. Not shown are Bobby Jean Reaves, president -
says a very liberal civil rights plank could cause! a walkout
Joyce Lawhome. Ganella White. Janie and Altamese Matthews.
amort" some southern states. He to against endorse

m.nt of the "sit-Ins" which some liberals want included In

the platform.In MIAMI SCOUT
Prince Hall Shriners
IXIH Angeles, reports are that there is a possibility GOES TOJAMBOREE

<>f Gov. l Ix Uoy Collins of Florida who will serve as chair

man of the Democratic Convention opening on Monday.

being nominated for the office of vice president. Eye Oversea Plan Scout Michael the South Abrams Florida wfflreprrwnt

Council cf cnbraefatTnraward.
Scouts
Cuba's premier. Fidel Castro! who has been tough Bahamas House of Assembly. The Dade and Monroe
with the t'niU'd States promises to get tougher. Castro Grand Master of Nassau was Cmintie* at the National Jubfle
took control of American oil and other property and makes elected Illustrious Potentate ol Jarrhorfr July 22-23 at Colon
the Tctn&le. d- Colo
further thrat"ow he will be getting a little reprisalOn Snrincs.
The next ice for the Shrinrrs The celebration' marks the 50th
Wednesday. President Eisenhower acting undera < set-up will be Monrovia, Li er of routinf service In the

new law he signed, cut the export of Cuban sugar to the bent West Africa. Hawaii and "n1tfd States.
Thi rJd Abrams U
Alaska: are on the imperial org rifOfll-Y"
1't itetl States by 700,000 tons estimated at a cost of $85 n.z n' extension: program also she son of Mr and Mn. Morris
(100.000. Ahranw of I960 NW 4th court He
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Wxhinrton Hit School, a
I IXCALIY Metro Commissioners on Tuesday decidt'il member nt St Paul AME Church

to postpone until September 27 further action on and a first-class Scout of Troop
77 sponaered by St. Ague Dplscttra '
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the Mid-Hay Causeway plans. Opponents to the plancrowded h...;; ? Churrh. Miami Police SftIxroy
the meeting room. Smith scoutmaster.

Some people belk've the voters should have a say H:. trip>> will take him through
about it in November and that will be a good idea. I tm states lie will visit AirF
t'.z 1 rce bates In Arkansas Texas
Governor-elect Farris Bryant who has been checking rod Mississippi and will bar a

up on the state and its needs 'prior to taking over the Scout hree-day' Ranch tour in addition of to Phiknont carr*>-

reins of government visited Miami Wednesday)' with 4 I <:'t' jn< the wide.ooen West Arir -
Dade County official members of the Chamber of Com ...--- ->ruth over 52.000 boys and

moire and business leaders. They discussed tourism. in Samuel Sweetlnx. Imperial t e''r-ders' :ie city representing and community nearly in every this'
tcrama. roads and other problems in Dade County. Organizer! assisted by the Imperal reentry Every free nation will
Governor Potentate, Booker T Alexander a &'."> be represented.'
Bryant was quite Interested and promised Imperial Advisor James M
Leaders
favorable consideration of many problems laid before Jackson Noble G E. Graves, and ?' -:- t Abrams of much Scouting success wish ont
him. Melvin R Jackson recorder of *::. "once in a life this e peri.
Kazah Temple No. 149 set up anew nce" for
a bar and hope that on
Miami merchants, following a hint from County Shriner Temple under the I !:"a return interested' organizations
Manager O. \\'. Campbell, that It might be necessary to name of Nemesis Temple No. Min 'A'"") c1vf' him a chance to ten of
impose, a one cent sales tax began plans for opposing It. the Oasis of Nassau and the hs: experiences. They are BUT
Desert of the Bahamas in the G, E. CRAVES that he will be ever' grateful to
They believe another cent added to the state 3 cents tax
Royal Eagle Temple There were --' i 1| mother and dad for nuking the
would slow business down. 28 candidates initiated. Among U.S. RESTS IN I i trip possible.
them were two members of the

On Thursday. Ben McGahey, chairman of the Metro ,. GEORGIA VOTE ATLANTA U.
Commission asked that body to acquire private bus companion -I
for a unified transit system. THOMAS CASE STUDENTS STAGE

Chairman McGahey believes it is the only way to BREAKS HIGH Albany, Ga The government PROTEST
finished' its case Thursday
solve our transportation problem.On in suit 1
JUMP MARK a charging Terrell County. -, ATLANTA Three Negroes
Ga.. vote rnztstrars with discriminating staged a quiet protest against
f
Tuesday our old friend. Percy Styles brought us STANFORD' Calif. John against Negro voter segregation Monday on the steps
the last of the season's from his Thomas of Boston University! applicants. I of the Georgia State Capitol.
some mangoes, crop soared the 'I i St. John
to astounding level of Barrett of the Justice I The two girls and one boy,
"Springfelt" tree. They are large, weighing 3U, Ibs., Wggest 7 feet 3H inches in the high jump Department's civil rights division,, who said they were students and
we have seen, and they are really delicious. We receive Friday for world record and a rested the government's case after members' of the committee on
thee annually from the Eartha. spectacular! climax to the first questioning<< Chief Registrar, appeals for human rights traced'
Styles and )
(Percy
day of the United States Olympic James G Raines. Defense Arty. a wreath: on the eapitol steps. Thwreath
Mrs. Reeves joins me in saying thanks. She really enjoys tryouts. i I Charles! Bloch of Macon, Ga.. began rntafeed a quotation
them. s-examlnatlon and led from the declaration of indepen
Thomas' great leap bettered his Raines through series
a of questions dence.
Thanks also to Mr. and Mrs Leonard Ash. Gilbert own previous mark of '-2. A few tending to show he had acted The students would not girt
Styles and Mr. and Mrs. Charles North for mangoes from moments earlier Thcma. did 7-2Vi under Georgia law and the their names but said they Mrwr
The crowd of 41,000 let out a':!' from
i the Atlanta
their trees 'offt University Sys
roar both times I 1
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July 1. 1896 Harriet DeecherStowe.
author of "Uncle Tom's LEGAL NOTICE

Cab.n's: written In 1931, died. NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS.

'NAME LAW
July 2, 190ft-Atty Thurgood
ttttice is hereby given that the
Marshall outstanding civil rightsattvittey
undersigned< desiring to engage
and chief NAACP counsel in business under the fictitious

4 1 born in Baltimore. i name of 18th Ave. Grocery and

f July 4, 1831 Nat Turner's I Sundry 6309 N.W. 18th Ave
insurrection against slavery began Miami, Fla. Intends to register
in Virginia. the said name with the clerk of
Circuit Court of Dade County
July S, IIc>>-.A.byubn Baptist Florida.
Church organized in New York Alien Johnson owner
City with 19 members. July 9, UI, 23. 30

July 8, 1921-. zzard Charles.
former hf'av1"Af'' 1t d\amplon of
the world, born In Atlanta, Ga.

HAIR WEEVADA
July '7, 1863 Slavery abolished
in Dutch West Indie

July I, lilt Billy Eckstine,
popular singer, born In Pitta-
burCh Pa.
4a.. I
i July 8, 1839 John D Rocke

feller Sr. who began accumula
tion of world's greatest fortune
which later benefited Negroes
CuntJunior College, and other minority groups around
opening in September with over the world born.
1.100 students received fly first'I Attends NEA MeetMARCIA the ocnventien was Msrcia Johnson
scholarship grant today President of 301 NW 14th Terrace' Miami CAFE
Kenneth Williams accuHed She is a student at lUmp- SOCIETY

a check for $75 from Luther lan Institute Hampton, Va

Blbbt, chairman of the Noo-In. The Student NEA's conference RENOVATED
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structional Waken Association, convened at San Diego State
Inc. of Board of Public Instruction C;:J ;e. San Diego, beginning Cafe Society. 1994 NW 3rd ave.
June 17 and held concurrent ha. been recently renovated redecorated -
trs:.:.ons during the Teacher Cducatlon and is now completely
Mr. DM*; stated tbat the member alr-tundJUontd
: : and Professional Stand- for the f'fttf't'-'
of his I croup were fcapp/ to tainment and
c-di Conference comfort of Its
through the pa
be the Ant to provide funds tohelp t Irons The
I3lh Dvlrgates then Journeyed management is. an-
a "" 'W1.h.r'ucknt. attend the
ta the NEA Convention. in Los ncuncln this week' the new lmprovnmvits -
maw junior college. President Agears: in the popular north
Williams. stated The group is to M. tide nltery.Jvrmy .
I u Johnaon is state presidentf
be congratulated upon this splendid the Virxinia Teachers Assortson peeves presents nitely
euwrsple of providing h,lp (. Student NEA She arrived Frank Royal and hU all-star re* WILLIAMSHair
for a worthy young person to begin :ime on July 2.TROUBLED. cording combo and floor shows Wttv Technician, Many
collate work. No Oner investment JwIt are prevented every Friday, Saturday cur. Facial. P. lcurl".. HairStyles
cculd' be made. We hope - - -- ---
and Sunday Before 10 .f all hinds'
that many other organization ui pjn on Friday and Saturday and
our community will follow this .' f fI I MONEY PROBLIMtf LOVIf Sunday, admission is free bow. Air ndltin4 far y.wr camftrt

exan\Je and will also provide I 111 help. SalutUn' available. If MmtructIU. ever after 10 pjn.. the admission OPERATORS:
funds fcr capable young people ( f.II..._. Strletfy perona is SO cents. Oprn house la bald O.Hs J...*, Vera Willi.". .. Sybil
who are unable to attend college \ Monday thru Thursday when admission
without financial assistance.' ** I ... I. Is free.c7ofutEL'noN. Chi...lm, Clarice. Graham


The scholarship will be awarded of $75 per ajmester -:. &;,it'_ f".. -" :....a JOHN WAMSTEKER Dept IIII. issue the picture -of Clyde In last Kittens nreeVa WILLIAMSBeauty
to.
graduate of a high school of JOHNSON .. 10. onery, Cap., S. Afrlaa appeared in the article on 'the Shop
renovation of Cafe Society. Thia
Dade County who oaa been accepted .. . T I I I I. I I was an error on the part of the
for admission. to the col.I LOS ANGELES More than Tvnes. Mr, Klllcn holds forth at Phone NF 4-4796
kv. and who has a "B" average JS.ooo teachers and other educator -
the Club and is in
Fiesta
in high school. Academic prom.is attended the Nth annual ANNUAL connected with Cafe Sod tT no. way 2488 NW 54th St.
and a good atiaensolp record I conveetkn" of the National Education
will be required. Financial need Association June 24 MIAMI TIMESVEWSBOYS
will be of prime importance In nru eA July 1.
the selection of the recspicot I' PICNIC Summer Reconditioned TV SALE
The NEA, with a membership
Present at the presentation of of more titan 700.000 is thevrid's SATURDAY, JULY 23rd 12. 14 17 21 and 24 Inch Screens
the scholarship "a tere., left largest pnufowicnal organization
to right, front row: -- Come in and check our low prices
Seated are L. L Bibb. and Thttne of the week-long meeting
President Kenneth R. WUtiama. "*..*, "A United Profession Air Conditioned Apts SOOTIN'S TV
Standee are Baldwin Hepburn dances Quality In Education."

David Dobbs and Charles Walbr.It' General meetings were held In Most beautiful in town 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589 I
the Shrine Civic Auditorium or In

the Manorial Sports Arena Hundrrd Perfect for two persona 4
Not All-But I of other meetings, by NEA ..
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I departments, committees, and $19 WeekPRESTIGE
Love is FairBy coHtmiaaions. were held In audlt -
.novas and hotels. Topics ranged
from such practical classroom I APTS. HARRY HARRIS, M.D.
ROLLINQTON TAYLOR problems as the use of k-ad11nll

Long have I waited to see how it machine to long-range planning Physician and Surgeon
7730 N.W. 12th Ave.
feels, toward an adequate space ace
To be in love that is. curriculum: j
.eenting Dade County at Now located at. 706 N.W. 2nd Avenue
To bold the heart of a dearest ont

And learn Just haw she lives. Formerly' locattd at N.W. 2nd Av.. and 10th St.

To live with love and love alone SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT TilE
OFFICE HOURS t 1 S S
and
: *"'" U p.m. U p.m.
May, not be much true fun.
Love cannot flU one's lungs with
breNor EBONY Phone FR 3.7835
oft
bold the burning. sun.

Love is not all, love la not air Motel & Restaurant

Love's not even a good drink. ..
Love's not a shelter faun the rain
Nor as peaceful U you think. Air condition Television Telephone in every room
MOVE IN TODAY!

Nonetheless I am in love Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway
And proud of it I am $77.00 MONTH
A charming. afcfet, a lovely touch Riviera Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
Furnished large 1 bedroom Florida excellent
So wonderful where I stand room,
condition. Visit 3042 N.W. 57th Street

Her teeth are like sweet blossoms ,.
True scarlet arc her Ups Open 1.6-ld.allor retirement
Soft, smooth and charming is her'
Near 75th Street and 14th Avenue
And e. ram Is her kiss. I' DELUXE HOME FOR SALE

$12,990 TOTALCBS
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wore white corsage

PACE 6 SATURDAY JULY 9, 1960 1, "Wj; Members of the wedding partyand

....... -... ....... .... : ; the Immediate families were
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Along Freedom's Road > wedding the ceremony breakfast servedbride's at Georgette's following -

# ; Tearoom. At four o'clock. Canon
I Cooper blessed the new home of

-.----- By RUTH PERRY .--- the McCartneys' in the presenceof
.oV"I .... ...._.. +-.. .... ..... ...- the family and a few close
friends Rosalind Wllboume was
Last week the meaning of segregauon -I| to disturb the traditions and customs soloist for the occasion. Beginning -
was discussed. This week of the South. Thus too, the at five o'clock the wedding
desegregation and the Negroes at- white man is lulled into thinking reception was held at the home
Ltute toward it will be clarified. that he "tooa"
the southern Negro of the briide's parents on 19th
As we defined segregation last because he has the mistaken ave. Hostesses included Mesdames
"week so perhaps first of all we. idea that by knowing the Uncle Hernander Brown, Nathaniel Car-
must find out what desegregation' Toms he knows all Negroes. rol. Elston Davis Henry Johnson,

means. Then too, until very recently John McFadgon. Harold Sandi-
DESEGREGATION; segregation has kept most Negroesout lands Muriel Smith and Benjamin
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of public affairs out of the Walker also Vera McCartneyand
According to WL ter'a dictionary Rosalind Wilbourne.
I running of our government, out
oesegregauen means the : of voting and politics out of most a
mxng ot a particular race from advanced Out of town guests were Mr.
educational facilitiesand t
uw, provisions or practice re- and Mrs. Millard Bacon and Mrs.
opportunities ,out of
manyprofessions Ada Carroll Sanford
of Mesdames
quuing iM.jauon of this race intitrate It r ; -
as kept Negroes in
Elaine Thompson and
units integration means
certain categories' as far as pro-
iu unae or become united Al's Ethel Whitehead and Douglas
so u fessions and
job go, has allowed
Adams of Key West Mrs. Victoria
u> torm a oxnpiete or perfect Negroes to ;
wn...ie. Tnus, in my interpretation certain' fields ebtain work only In Duty West Palm Beach, and
and only under
Mrs. Muriel Smith and Esther
of
u>ce two terms Negroes must certain conditions.
Segregation Brandon of New York .
be uM.gregaled before they can has toM NrWMre to City.A
occume integrated Desegregationmeans live miscellaneous shower was
hew to live what to ?t
do and N'kt1
has
the ending of segregation shown them most given on Thursday evening at the
MI**, i>rwV Mns and pracuces. In- would happen violently what home of Mrs Elston Darls. Hot-
to them
if
icgia-on means the process of be- otherwise. So they did tenses for this surprise affair
cumuig 4lc1 a American citi- afraid of some Negroes arc were Mrs., Davis Georslann
ztiu +na tbe competition with the Johnson and Mn. Robert
assuming responcJuuues rest of American Strapp.
and having the privi- rogation citizens if seg
ages of cituetuhip along w Uh all ends. !T Mrs. McCartney is the only
: child of the James McFadgoas.
u.ng W diffetvat people and But I feel that /
the
ouu-r Americans.Desegregation. majority of A graduate of Booker T. Washington -
Negroes want to live as American High School she leeelyedon
means different citizens and have an end to sog- undergraduate degree in Eng
groups. To the bud-c re lell".lat.uwet n:gallon. All evidence points to lish from South Carolina State
4< (Mho, can only see one this in the past few years with College" The master degree In
tide ol the cotn> it means muchfcuanwcrwgv the upsurge of the Southern Ne610" supervision and administration

and Imongreiiza-. fight for freedom. Much of M.A* conferred u OD her by N".
i.jn of tie white race. To the the talk we hear about No roes I' York University inn June-' of

c3 us quo Southerner it meaD.ll.1e anting----..--to continue. living in -- 1959 For the past five years
final eodng of the magnolia yea icwauun u worn spread By MRS. DOROTHY 8. LOVE .ccvc3 csdlrg: in tulln points she has taught speech and dramatics -
and plantation dream and UM around by some white people M? end Mrs Harry McCartney over t"e hands. The full skirt was' at BTW. Mrs McCartney
g.ving up of old traditions and usually for their own benefit 1t''C !c McFadffon) were mar- .f tined cf three tiers of ruffled is a descendant of the pioneer
cusu.ni. To the Southern poiitcan with bad motives and greed in : tHi at 9 o'clock on last Sunday ace Her high heeled pumps were i Adams family of Key West. Her
it issue the loss of the their hearts They do this simply morning at St Peter African of (ace and glace kid. A delicate!|, mother the former Effie Walker,
N'vro to be used as a whipping; and purely out of selfish reasons, orthodox Cathedral in a ceremony -. head piece' of white. nylon flowers; is an instructor in the public
boy and an expedient means of They wantegtoes; kept k 11"etrakod impressive in iU sbnpHdty. centered with seed pearls held schools and a member of PhI
uUuuning racial prejudices and because it is better for their Can n Cooper read the service I the short circular: wedding veil 1 Delta Kappa sorority. Her father,
bigoted thinking as a means to own enddi if. **reaw on continues. for While the smile-ring ccreroocy. i A white prayer book on which James, is a charter member of
a pouucal end. And the Uncle Toms help per flowers were on the altar was an arrangement of white 'the Sphinx Club an outstanding
petuate this myth. But more and and baskets of white flowers on'I I orchids showered with satin civic service dub. Mrs. McCart
To the NAACP and Negroes more white people are tr.llsing white standard were placed in :. bon was carrieo" by the rib-I >nay is a member of SL Agnes
wfco are in the fi ht for freedom that Negroes are entitled to the the Chancel Mesdames Leroy Mrs John Deveaux (Lovett 1 P E. Church
dckcgruauon, means the final n.ns of other American citizens Smith and Maxie MUIer, Zeta I Welters) in blue, served as here
attaining of its eoaU struggled for m our democracy. Phi Beta Boron of the bride throughout many years. To some An end I i|I were soloists. Mrs. Annie Me- Brandon of New York: City ini' ;Mr. and Mrs. Leon McCartney
Negroes who have enjoyed certain to segregation will mean Phee. Cathedral organist, was at yellow! the bride's college roommate I!. whose patents were pioneer Mi-
-privll tW" from the white a great lessening of prejudice tine 0..8. served as bridesmaid The', amans. lie.was a high school
man and who have thus been and racial hatred and a revitaliz The petite bride fffven in I a'tendany were identically styled classmate of his wife. With his
was
n.ci named "Uncle Toms it ing of democratic principles. As marriage by her father. She *tret.len th dresses, fitted bodices twin brother he entered into
waj ,
means an end to exploitation of more pecffe' understand that if charming' in a short formal .'t'd- cf bee with shallow- business" in addition to his work
they
their want to live in the United scooped as a moving picture
and necklines
own race and projectionist'
easy dine
money States i wn of white ChanUlly lace cap'I
from vote buying and other in freedom go nhere they styled with fitted bodice .tarin sleeves, and full skirts of pleated) :n Coconut Grove. lie is also a
shameful please live a. they please, chttfon. Their member of SL Peter's
dealings. And to some' the work a Saferina neckline and lengBecause headbands, similar ; African
in
other Negroes who are indifferent fields they want, go tovote to that of the bride matched Orthodox Church. The newly
and apathetic or afraid of school where they wish study their dresses in color as did their wed McCartneys will be at home
the white man's known and prov for the profession they want > I believe that I fflacv kid pumps. White flowers to their friends at 6950 NW 21st
most
ed prejudices it means setting as they desire and worsip God in i Americans are finally showered with satin ribbon ave. after July 10.BRAND .

forth on an unknown and strange. the way they wish, they must see> ih,.- bas.c fact that if all realising Amen matching the draw color formed .
journey with many apprenen-- to it that everybody else in I'M f cars a'c not free, of the n'w'prit nvhich the attendants -,
none u
sans and fears. I United States has the same right truly! soRECORDS are carried Both wore pearl NEW
button earrings, gifts of
the I
DOES THE NEGRO WANT I ". "-s.-: q .,.. .. bride. Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath
SEGREGATION 'I Michele Harris" cousin of the 'and garage oak floors, til*
br.de. in pMc organixa? with roof buil-in electric kitchen
A few think da white
they Some N.- accessories was the flower
glue want to live by themselves'f girl; Ronald Williams son of Mr. 1354 N.W.
the plain and simple reason and Mrs TheopiiUus Williams 59th St.

U"at they have never lived in any was the ring bearer, and Jan open J., p.m. JE 1.1140
other way, and they are afraidof Carroll carried the white satin We Build
life outside segregation. U lure. *!** pOlew far her cousin. No Money

peivie know no other way of liv Tfce pillow 11&'w a gift of Mias Ellis DownWe
into try a new way sometimes u...
k"CS1too hard and costly. U Crown's attendants
79cAll were: Best have
tragic and bitter consequences Mrs, WiJUaw! Carey, cousin of Iota to build in
have been the rule it Negroes the room and ushers Harold Liberty City area

have tried to step outside segregation MeCartaejr. twin brother of the 135 x 195 Comer

naturally scene Negroes em. and Rev. Stafford S+\cetI I I Cash paid for lots
do t also a cousin' or home
n want change They prefer of the \room.
segregation because their history 45 RPM "* ber *her's wedding I, SEYMOUR
has been one of slavery, bLanU1at :MTuMc r dan wore bel e lace BARON
on. racial hatred and prejudice TOP HITS. SPIRITUALS with beige accessories Mrs Mc Licensed Builder Insured
Cartney
They are literally afraid to try wore!' b'ue: lace with <
a new way of living. "Something on Your Mind"- Bobby Morrisette .
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And some Negrces who are "Wade in The Water"--Soul Stirrers
expedient like certain groups inall CBS

races they, want have segregation found life pret because "Question"-Lloyd Price I Home For Sale

ty easy under It. By "cooperat- "Rocking Good Way"-B. Benton D. Washington
ing"' "rith the white man (at the I 2 large
white roan's terms) and influencing HWiIl My Man Be Home Tonight"-Lillian Offet spacious bedrooms, tiled porch,
members of their own WMBM Pick Hits
i iAVE. it
race, the Uncle Toms help the large living room, tiled bathroom tiled
status quo and thus reduce the ,

chance that acme uppity" Negroor roof, hardwood floors.
"outside agitator might try

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BEAUTY CULTURE SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1960 PACE 7
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-By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP NACW 32ND MEET

FAMU AT N. Y. CITY Electrical RepairsStoves

When we would read of bravery -, TALLAHASSE Registration.s WASHINGTON. D. C. Some .
and at their best! far advanced
courage, no underway an to
expected
1,500 women are
and blood culture which 1* Small Appliances:
their
with hair-raising course In beauty
rather In New York City beginning -
tingling concomitants, we are scheduled to begin at Florida July 30 for the 32nd biennial Outdoor Lighting
forced to turn to the Light Brigade A and M University July 11 and meeting of the Natonal AssocIation Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
and its mighty charge' at end July 33.The of Colored Women's .
Balaklava, so dramatically described i Speakers Installed
t course, sponsored by the Ctubs. The meeting will be heldat
: by Tennyson In bit
Florida State: Board of Beauty the Park Sheraton Hotel and GEORGE INGRAHAM
of the Ll&hBripde" or
"Charge
Culture and Florida A and M Uoi. I will continue through August 5. FR 3.1051
to the Spartans who died at the this
Th theme of year'smeeting
will consist of two parts
Pass of Thermopylae. vet-tty.
History contains no accounts ofrat &., 1 Mrs. E. M. Cromer director: trtiich marks the 64th
anniversary of the founding of
f the short course
* bravery that excels the the 100,000-nrMinber organization

Charge of the Light Brigade and For tn-rervke beauticians, will be "New Frontiers for Women For Sale
Duplex
the stand of the at
Spartans
there will be lectures, and Youth"The
Thermopylae where the Spartans diaa.W1onJ.1'dtnOfttraliOftS I theme was developed In a bedrooms, 4 baths. This ia
died to a man, after being be -- matoto y. sanitation, sterilization series cf discussions and work
trayed.In chemistry of cosmetics used dally shops featuring sixth noted personalities the moat beautiful and
other words the Spartansdied I DeaD Cordoo B. Hancock In e-wrietic. treatment the art of as Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt.
because of. betrayal and .1 1 r"tyhn.. the designing of hair Bishop Joseph Gomez cf the largest duplex for sale in
the Light Brigade perished to a s.> ...., hair cutting, scalp treat-lAME 1 Church Jesse Owens Stnger -
remnant because it was written pr, ; red It rtuaht be well,, for us menu, makeup. manicures and I' Muriel Rahn. and many others town. Cash needed t $3,500
"Someone bad blundered. It was .i we spcm more political and pedicure" mill be done on live t' Dr non I* Grexg of Detroit,
a betrayal on the one hand anda mora. tti.TgK-s < n getting ready models, I NACWC presMcnt. will fireside down.
blunder on the other, that ; r ;ic Kutwuans. Instead of the ,lover the weeklong meeting.
meant the untimely and useless dub.ous i }eetives of prometiofrdcitm Fur the teaeher in the field of I FkrMa state president Mrs. 7734 N.W. 12th Ave.
death of the bravest men on historical m the world. be jftjr. culture. the course provided -. Algernon II. Dolen of Ft Pierc
record.: What dues it prufit the aatieM an pivortunHy for studying headed her delegation l

The point being, made here Is to hold the colored peoples in t.*HitHt methods 4 *r to teaon-j, _
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that when we read that Cuba subjt' *t on while luring the world beauty nsHtire. The psychology

has gone so far communist that 10 Ku*'.... cvfmmtaisfn.The : f !telling ynurwtf to others, making ENROLL NOW IN \
Russian military bases are aboutto time for the so-eaUed and using the progress charts
be established in Cuba ck'Trxxratie: nation to wake t uf toVhen the of
we are | making monthly reports
r*,,a' \ RuMia b 4Ms military ,! SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLI
nude to shudder at the tragic 1 to the State Board of Beauty c"t.I
possibilities of Russia's latest victory bassi at oar wry doors it i* | tune null also be discussed.:
in the cold war between the :.mo fomtmtbotf to come' tipw'ah i s..rvtnc For a Life Long Profession
cofwtHant will be
a
demccracy of our United States a (.Ian for democracy's sur-
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and the communism of Russia.Ii v val. I Henrj, ChiMrry He is the faun- L Florida's Oldest, Reliable. and Complete S h.,1I
The aittMrtton as desperate as der and vfe* president of lair- t
is sickening. to think that <>f nm. with damnation at tae gate. Inc. A fnKtoate of Pore ""t
\ 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenu FR 4.999"
Russian nuitary bases are to beset I
dour. JMsooi of H sty Culture and the

up at our very doors. Why, AmefV Sefceol cf flak Fashion lor.... ,...:: -.IICI'-I1IC."c."c.y yc Sr lR .. r 'JIIO .. .... .... .... ... ... ....
we ask that this reversal has ia NW. York.Teachers .
come upon us? When World War Idle Hour Art Club If
I was brought to a dose the in the beauty culture'
world was crying for Democracy, field who are ea.er to equip
even as the World War I was Meets themselves for doing a better job DRIVER'S LICENSE !
t".bt0. make the world sale in the rlaMrorm and laboratory
fur 1>ernocraq. The Idle M*.r An a4 Social slkwkl plan now to attend the
Today have changed? Instead Club: met at tfce here af Mrs. F. advaaod eoursc.Af BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ON*
of. being 1nvitt"d0 take over the \\.l.l.aft' Ursysteas I'MIHIIIIUU'r.mns -- -
; .pIx*.' will be receivedimttt
rVtwsbug after attend- anN
world Democracy today is f4htJng -
for our wry nose. .ne tn* MM truion of the Florida JuU S For farther informs O'BERRY'SMAGIC
Just as the Light Brigade AMuetaliofi of Catered Women '.f" writ.I) n M S. Themas,
r ub aeiwesafil'l .tll"f't'1or. vt tional-t-ehnical 1 .In-
charged in vain at lUlakisva oa reported a very CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
.ttwtr. Florida A and M TaU.M
JtMI. -
the black Sea bocuw aomeinehad e 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue

blundered, so we are faced Mrs. Sm Jones raid Mrs. G.KulJn rw
Mith the tragic probability that
rsyrvs anted us. OX 1.5283BARKIEY'S
Russia is about build
to militarybases
The chsto dosed out its year
under our very now because EXPERT WATCH AND
wtb its yearly fetc. We thank -- -
svmubody among the high all our friends who sea .erated CLOCK REPAIRSAll --- -
er-ups of the United States
and vnKJwi thenwtves with us..
sjcnewhcr down the line bash
Wv wish you all a happy vaca work gusrantttd
:under -d. Blunders can be fatal. -
tion. 40 Years In a...."... CUT-RATE STOREThe

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And so whet amounts to eortaIjr -- ---- Andrews' Jewelers Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
damnaUwn stares ua as a nation
in the face. And atom warfare Don't hrot '. Fightl 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

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from bases in Russia would FR J0142IT'S
Ur feariui enough but with cases Join The NAACP
in nearby Cuba the
sckcnng to contemplate.It proH. - .'.,- ....-""--' ......-.,.... ---.."".'....-.............."""_... ---- .-.-""'-...-.._ .I'.AC" -- ,-.,.-...,..-.,.- .-.- Alna' Tranquil Thins' Super

mould be futile and sJUy far NOT TOO LATE. Tablets' ......._ test Reducing Flan 2.tI
our great nation to attempt toaiirug Madam Walker ttt Ten* ...-. 1.41 .gal
off what is has pcaing OIAt..M R..t .. .7* t.J'
when bellicose Russia is about to To have your picture made in your prom outfit, or your P..".,. ..rf.m.nt Swamp -- .
Jahn _..... 71 141
Father
ready aubury bases in near-by cap and robe Hair Dr"e lng .II
Cartful ....__ .. t.1I
Cuba. Hair --
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In very truth we well may say High School and Kindergarten Cap and Gown Furnished DreeeIA ,..,,........ ,.00 Earring ..10 te .79 pr.

there is damnation at the door OPEN DAILY a IU..DAVI. A.M .. 10 l>. M

The day may be not far distant. JOHN A McMINN. Owner

when we are called upon to .... .. .
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cnoue bdltt.-" slavery and death. r'OO.
We remember reading reovnUy an ""-
article! from one who prefers

slavery to extermination. .
That is to say that when the s .rf

line comes we must choose between I ., FOR SALEFOR
the slavery of communism ,
and atomic warfare and its suffering

and miseries, there are BUYER
those already resigned to slavery THE PARTICULAR
instead of the aaathilaLon and
blight of atomic warfare. RICHMOND HEIGHTS
There are of course those who
.l
liw would u rather slaves.die free men than Corner Biffs Drive L Monroe St.

The testing time may not be .
too far in the dim and uncertaa
.future. Oar beloved United Beautiful
Large -
States is being fast hurtled in'jj
a desperate choice.
World Wars I and U were '" 3 and 4 BEDROOMS
ri
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fought on foreign soH; but there
are rift evidences that World
War III will reach our shcm CBS HOMESON
and woes unto us unless we are

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SMILES John H. Kendrix were speakers for x5 'j wa: ',(':d c+ t::e Defender's' "
S n-acke ccr rig. t, publish-r N'\T A'. 20th anniversary session!i I beautiful new offices [1 __ ..L-

or ,f <*ie C.v.-cago Daily Defender a.rs M/ARMtJt ss0a
ad ";'",d of the Defender PUbii- BrWCW wW S BllBifitt"WBPwI 4>01 '
nt.on Inc beams a smile with i
Conventions
62 to
Vt.::urn O Walker. publisher Spend LYU BETTGERNOAH BOW ...,.roa..wuoo..... ....... aeae
Ohio Call and
editor Clevland ( ) -sq.aN'sOrar.aw.errru.Wi lw wwsopl
Mr. Sen tacte',
Post following:
.- ection at president of the Na-
...oM. Yew ;.Pf'r Publishers Astotion 20 Million Dollars SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
- at Chicago last week. ,
The youthful Chicago publisher i
'Xvretfcd Mr Walker Beta, WASHINGTON Over 200.-, Kcndr.x Organization, a Wa h-
I u ft tit Robert C. Baa 000 82 national Negro .
right are delegates to rj'jn: : pub je relations firm. A iii@311g'rlal.t4
M tt. vice president for industrial conventions throughout the CJiucnt.Ln calendar compiledr I
and putt relations Jo*. SehlitaCo. United States will spend an estimated ( ) the! -urvcy is included in the
.. Milwaukee. Wit. Mr. Sengtaeke. $20.000.000 this year for 1960 GO wfoch Is a magazine I m piT:
. public relations man Moss hotels food and ikhUeelng\ fees, dedicated to travel and superior
It Kendrix. whose firm reprewn according to Mrs. Marion H. Jack- hotel) facilities available to Negro \ lIiiSnl.lhiiI. .
'. Carnation Milk and Coca son editor t< GO Magazine, published citizens ,
Cote and Floyd Collins Schllts in Washington by Andrew .
Chicago Mr Bassett and Mr. r Jackson Associates Inc, -- -..sta>! ,.. ''t t4 '- n
.1 .. which she heads. I AIR CONDITIONED ':lilt -1'1- ..

Cittng her estimate as coa.ri CAPITOL : -
BUNCHESUN. vative Mrs. Jackson said \ ay-, JOHIHUSIBIncmiicotow '
crate minimum expenditure per THEATRE ,,,.. *
THRU WED. delegate these conventions will SAT MIDNITE I I 1 ........gstl ntttRt
be about $100 and this does not I
RANDOLPH SCOTT In include transportation or the cost SUN, MOM, TUES. WIO. '
"COMANCHE c-f operating private automobiles July 10.11 12 U I
STATION"Filmed to and from the 32 convention URRORthe
In Cln.maScep. andColor cities. Mrs. Jackson's estimate MICKEY ROONEY 1o1EStU 1
likewise did not Include convention PLATINUM IIiGIi words
promotional expenditures of SCHOOL
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Butter Crabbe (In Conclusions cf the GO editorwere "The Vikings"
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Commencement leaden brother the June Oo m D'UUd1t. Her
and sister recently received brother, Grecson Davis 19, de- FOR A $ L u.Yh
their degrees from Harvard and I Ihrerrd the Latin Oration at lIar-
Radcliffe. Their home is to 6t t vard's Commencement when hereceived WHITE"Plus
John's Antigua, the West Indies. the AB degree unagna >gt TEti14Cf' niO.er
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PLP CHAIRMAN Personal Mention

VISITS MIAMI I I I
Mrs. I. G. Pratt president of
the Missionary Department of Atlantic -
p
II Milton Taylor member of Coast Baptist Association,
toe House of Assembly of Nassau Wt on Monday for WasMncten,
Bahamas, and chairman ol D. C. where she will attend the
the pviHUar lrouresaiv. Liberal National Trade and Pr.f astenal
I'.r.s. of tae Bahamas Islands, School. Site is a member of the
ar. vvd in Miami last Sunday via class.
__ w *i a:amas Airways on a vacation graduating
r trip. Mr Taylor left on Wednesday
: _- rugrtt for St. Joseph Minn.,
Mrs B. Sirotfeer
wore ne witnessed his daughter Romayne
iMSier Cecily: :: \ak.LDCbe vows U fie of Oakland. Cal, daughter
a lull fledged Catholic Nun at St. of Mrs. M. C. Strotfeor. to in
x iKncdict'ii: Convent. the city rUlUnc with her msther
on his return trip Mr. Taylor at 1762 NW t2nd st Mrs Sharpe

w..& visit New York City, and a native of Miami, has not visit
Buffalo. ed' here In 13 years. She flew in
Sunday and will be here until
The Progressive Liberal Party, the 15th of the month.
popularly known ube PL1.
On her return, Mrs. Sharpe.will
nm* has a total of tea out of U
seats in the House of Assembly.Mr step at Daytona Reach Tallahassee
Taylor prcd.iCLIba' the, 1'Ll see Chicago visiting reteHves
will win at least 21 seals in the and frkods and the will spend a
ltM 3 general election In the Ba fuw days in Denver visiting with
Dr. Frank O. ("*MT'"|'\ aml hamas. her daughter Mrs. Jacque u eCompten.
I president of Morris Brown coliege. .
W1.hh+ M" .r* itxiwcuxi to serve an- Mr. Taylor's election wa. one
UNIT '' Atlanta Gs, and the HUUev.
wort yeas, U.ce-v'1one recording of the four to fill UM new seats
W. Wilkes bishop 6thLpucupal
It. ,
-"uWJI. doe uwancu due lu ilii -1' District honored choir created\ by the legislature on the Mrs Phrnie hem .,, of Wtttfttms-
7 MAKES ,
No.
***. metes Aiune bcvit was eecteu recommendation of the Secretary port. Pa. was a rcceM vtaHer at
rune manufacturer. Henry O'Ury- of State for the, Colonies In Whit,
tucvtiuni, secretary. Mrs. award the home of her niece Mrs. Anna
PROGRESSAt wrotyn toaiu txuuutcu tae olfion -I ant, Jr, with a recent merit General Hail London Lngland.: The election I). James 1315 NW Slot court
I at the
\c.... presented for tae four new seats was while Oft. vacation trip. Mrs.
the recent state BeauticianConvention June, 21. the, officers and Conference otbe AME church taken by a landslide by the PLP. Horns remained in Miami far a
at West Palm Bead held in Los Angeles. O'Urjrant, Others elected:: at the same time
mui era of unit fto. 1 pc Motod I few days and returned to her
Brown -
Mama t
of
Unit No. 7 members were outstanding alumnus opcravcs cnr. Arthur D. Ilanna Spur-
a COCCA. to tterina IVry in ape, at 11U N. Westcm betne recently( boasting of a mart''
!in work for the success his factory Leon Bethel sad Charles A. !)or..riL -
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pjucuuun ot services rendered as, CaOlf. inioto enjoyable vaeatfea !to tM etty.Mrs.
of the meeting. Mrs. W. 1L Censor are, Hollywood. .
its Juti V awcraary. kaca mem- James was very Hapyy' to
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Cuftnl'\ihaft\
Dr. l'J.
snows: >
Mrs. M. C Graves, Dallas
nice to as have Mrs. Horns and
ixr had stxneuung say ant, Bishop Wilkes and Dr. 11. A. as a visitor
and Robinson Mrs, Opal WUhemenla King worked Starkey In wry recaued lam many duals she ISUimcs. Ueasurer, Morris Browncollege Beauty ShoppeAir.Conditioned hope she will return soon.
penorowd lor toe success ot taeuwt : altximL.-ANP.
the clinic Mrs. Graves modeled her surprise alas genuine as Dr and Mrs. Ben Atkinson
In bale'style show and Mrs. Star- sae stammered thank )ou. than hare returned' from a week's vacation
key modeled hats designed by 700. CLEARWATERMAN Lilian's Beauty Shop;*. 1136 In HaHl and Jamaica.
Mrs Billle Pitts president of **ch year the members and NW 3rd svr. where the telephone
unit No. 42. Each year Mrs. Pitta faunas meet lor a gei-togctacr, HEADS number is Fit 1-0181. has
designs beautiful hats to be worn .no MnH IOU ptcruc. This year FLA. MORTICIANS bean completely alrotxxliUonedfor -
in the style show of which Bertha it no cJttepUou. W. will picnic oniM.utliul the comfort of its patrons. MIAMI TIMES'lEWSnOYS
Perry It the chairman. Mrs. Marion Virginia Beach July 24. The norida Morticians A>>oc- The Shoppe offers the very finest
Muldrow received an awardof acc juu thd c. Jl aMi visit and laden has just compkted a very m all phases of beauty culture at
appreciation presented by the aeui cards to our sick and abutius successful' annual meeting popular prices and your patronage PICNIC
Orange Blossom Beautician As* report to Mrs. Gladys iUuwn.cjuonuan in Miami June 23. The executive ts always appreciated. Mrs.
sociation. Inc for outstanding (4 sc*commlUe of sick secretary. George Cause of llar- LUlian D. Johnson is the tcoprM-
contributions' to our organization mi nbers. tutor reported some 2UO members turf and Mrs. Addle Tate Williams SATURDAY, JULY 23rd
and ciric affairs. D. A. Julius and guests atUsodin The me t- and Mrs. Warmer Sanders
state advisor and chairman of the incs were hLllgt4al with the are the operators.
workshop was presented a beautiful -
annual banquet and awards. -
watch by the association. Chow, Chow Judge L. C.: Thomas, svcaker for
Mrs. D. A. Julius our critic has the banquet, was hUh in his $990 DOWNWill
returned from a trip abroad. Shereports Puppies A.K.C. praiM ol the work of the assoc'
a wonderful trip. iation. Mrs. Preston Puchsley of buy two homes. Live in one and get good in.

The unit members decided to Excellent watch dog and p tAll Tampa was awarded Uw trophy come from the other. Both homes are in A-l excel.
continue" acthrities during the of the year for her aocucnpUsn-
summer months. Their enthusiasm colorsSO and up menU in the mortuary field having lent condition.
!is high The 20 acre of real estate been elected president of
the unit is purchasing was AN.LU CHOW KENNEL the National Women's Auxiliary. CUSTOM-BUILT 2-BEDROOM CBS
added tnce+ttYe. The unit has Newly elected president of the
With large Florida which can be used (for third
room
made first strides upward. We association was David T. Larkins
have cooperation of the members.At 5158 N.W. 32nd Ave.PrmdeDt of dearwater Other officers; are room. Large front porch fenced yard and hurricane

the recent election., aU of- George Cause executive secre' awnings $990 down. Balance like. rent.

toy Ernest Clark auditor; Samnue .
Davis Jacksonville treasur BE SAFE! NOT SORRY. Liability automobile insurance -
ere A. Cunninxam, Ocala chap-
lain B. It. Gibson Fort Pierre (or everyone.' We can finance your premium'

parliamentarian, 1. It. Scars Ft. payments.
Myexs, publicity chairman;; J.
Msxwtdl Chartow. editor Florida GOODMAN'S
Mortician.
N The preaideat of the National REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Funtrai! Darctor and EmbalmnersAswciatlon
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COrUNiH BAPTIST Church of The Open Door

It.,. W T. rnomas, pastor. (Congregational)
IWV t.vtt atria street. Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor
rnuw UA 1-e4. A. E. McNeaL reporter

auttay .xuw. ...... .... .. roe: Sunday Be.,.. McDowell will
auruwg WOTMU .1 Aa.w use as his subject The Point of
a.ve.d.i wu/atuy ......... LN/ no Return." He will also discuss
at.u a e.IIIM l....M'( and tell us about the plans for
44Ie awl ..... .sent ..ieaw.t our new church home that Is in
the making.

I'IUc.nu.nar,: n, raW1amt. ;
metoI
Friends and visitors are always

r '- .. Nr1YeJ. h.s...uIft welcome to worship with us at
service in the auditorium
encases ae i .eywIM our 11 ajn. -

= :>uaay bcnooi ......_..... fcilMi. of the Seventh Day Ad-
IiIIUCUloD& services ......... "I..WtUU rentlst School. SOth st and 25th
.. ave.
5!. JAMtS:: BAtfIST''u 1M
MnJOd -
TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA IoYdW1. PEACEFUL ZION
I MIAMI N.W. I4t& tttrceiH

SATURDAY JULY 9 1960 .,. J. i* Jonnson, pastor nc..AItIUI' **. m. *.> Her. C. P. Preston, pastor
PACE 10 uiway bCau01 ........-.-,.... 1.20a&.auatg
-'aA&6J llaluti. n... O.r.r6. 1.y. yww.a.u.u.l As your past Woman's Day
-' .. .. ....... -...
I. u. ..IV .kuw. -- -- ,general chairman I would like to
MARTIN U-MORIAI. SPIRITUAL BAPTIST 0lIAtIt ... tdHIChurcrt rwu.u. wwwuy ......-.-.. u..t take this time to express: my
avenwh .-....... ."' ....., ..-....-....- Len deepest' gratitude to both mem
On Sunday morning .. will be io25o sw netfe st I'wt..uy ben and friends for making the

honored to have wild us in our TRIUMPH' CHUHCR ; ot I raAatif uraUoor 26th of June one of the greatest
Sunday School our own prodding .saww ol Wisdom IttOC MsUlnew i ample AMtt.M. Woman's Day In the history of
eider Dr. J. A. Robert, of ruuttaay Servrce ..--... LLuuYk'Lti tkl+taew+il Peaceful Zion. With the small
U" tall .w. iMuu Terr.prwst aw .
District lie will deliver : 1W. At*
the Miami
membership have I to
morning message in our I.Vcwn& woriIUP ....-.-.-..- aw hD. ofCIAA .. &WDC J- uwM .......--.-. ...-. we say
the the captains you are to be commended -
church service. Please come out Prince M. Aiooiey, paw in cnargebtanicy ..wuu.a wvllusy .-.. ... t1.Y1 for reporting over 1500.
afford to miss this bwecung. reporter r 1 e1.11s w"M4IKt.LLY'S ,.--........- LW hats
you cannot On Sunday murrung the pastor Sunday Our off to Sister McClendon
stvtcm: every
message. I will be guest speaker at Temple ... yaebunOU for reporting $401 of that amount
Morning Wwrnip -
Parents our junior churchtill UaptuChu.rca., Rev. L. A. bCOOVt ,-.. --. ri luau CHAPEL I think you did a 'WOnderful Job...
/ meets on Tuesday aI pan .
pastor.Taster
inuonpton,
Mrs. Arlene
Hey. Broxton grand
Why not send your children out Leroy Dell pastor
to this service. They are beinj ilutchcson was an associate Overcoming the) haaanDeIZlua Church.: School .-.. -.-.-... 9C chairman; Mrs. Nettle Roberson

laugnt many \h1D&Iha* \ along tostor at Tempe and a Morning Worshipruutn -......... 11."UO cochairman

wile Maoelyn. a n u r a. at district missionary of the AWn, b.W. 2itnn 5tOouios fellowship. IW
devclup them into the youth God J Uc Coast liaptut Assoaation be- 1&a. evening: WorshipFnend ----e 73U THE INCARNATION
nerds torOmOn'VW.. lore this election at his present Lawrence licoouca, pastor
auxiliary to the pastorate lie plans to return :..0 auooajr bcnoui __. .?, 1"=,", of Kelly's. ChapeVletnooist (Episcopal)
women's
The lIal ) Church are invited ilea 1835 N.W. 54th St.
.Ul6D1p
.aurlW14
for the
ms congregation night service -
trustees would like to take this c.vkngeusuc Service a.uurru at the Liberty. Square Com Father E. S. Clarke Jr. vicar

opportunity to thank each indiviaual .- -frayer anaMhW bible. _. suu inanity Center Sunday, July 10 The services at the church
who participated so beauUluiiy .. lUrv. E. A. burn 4 to S for benefit
.Fetuuson, pastor of tun. the have been chanced to the fellow-:
on our program. We regret iieuiAa Ms 1'Dap'ia'1 1Caurch. of the building fund. Ing schedule:

that there wasn't more out Coconut ( Z\'Ve. will U liUflu r.t). CHUKCH Melvin It Jackson, manager of
to enjoy it. Again, thank you.Mrs. preaching during the the Florida State Jknploymea, Sung Mass _._.....??.......? 8:45:
of rte,. 11. t. ."'V."". ,""",.
bona: Wesiey is chairman service Sunday under Lb.eraus pea Service, will be the. speaker and Church School _.. ifcOO
the board. Mrs. Wilma Harris 11cba1l'm&D of .MIa. I.WalD ulaq. teatutterauiuy Jr. EYC Meeting .. .....,,._ 5:30
UM individuals
Pccs Jdiuionary Societiol ........ ... outstanding andtroupe
auotitw
of the program CO""ft'\I\- bCttw/ Sr. EYC Meeting .....,,...x_ 6.00
the church bastes: lcena (; win render music.
:
oz- ...........
ates/ .Muru.t.k *' tee. _.. kiD u toe president ntubremitts Ut# True, activity is. sponsored bj

Class meeting is held every wunnipAULLN .......-..... tM the usher board, Mrs Nellie Tyson
Tuesday at eigut o'clock. Please chairman.liev. Bethel Apostolic Temple
aerie out and partake of this. .,:)j. rAU1. A. ld. altev

spiritual IeuLMOKNlhG JrL J. FaDoq. pastor CHAPLL: A. M. E. awlA&.1''Mh I DMa' I u& Doris R. Akins pastor
J. Laflurr assistant
,
Mt& Lee Cray, I"epGrW: I Itev. K. li. Johnsoa. pastor E. M Thomas pastor Sis. T. Wallace reporter
tiunday School ......... L30
STAR BAPTL31 tlw b'll"UA&, rtlpOl1oW Pnyuis Myers, reporter 2310 N.W. 58th Street

Alormng Service .- 11QQ dunoayaivrmng buwu/ -..... ...., L30 Sunday bcnoul -..,......,.., IU Sunday School 1000
Alt MW lira StreetItev. Lvenong Service 1:00 Worsnip .... .. UW Morning Worship 110U Horning worship 11:45Evening :

1. tuajriua, pastor The A. C. t. Leaguetvenmg .. .... .. L'W i-T.U. -- 6W worship T:30
Sisur &*cue settle, reputtas UM pastor was at ha bestduring : WarsaW ...-.._.... 7.0 Evening Worship 1QO
Suttoaysiuituag: iCrwul 13.1111aY morning service last -

servicebveniAg Sae Sunday.1213. lie gpoke from Exodus Zion Hop M. Baptist SundaIUOI1 DC our pastor de MT. AARON BAPTIST
nau livered the which
message was.
I aeryiC.-- ---. t:." In the evening the missiooarks Kcv. Paul Freeman, pastor "Ye That 1 Fed betrayed Me/ M40 N.W. 11th Ave.
selected. their delegate to the annual R.:v. C. W. Scott pastor
'
illu .w. outs :>;. ino lira Ave. Everyone enjoyed the sermon
BAHA'l AOLMULYBaha'is convntion of the North Miami bunchy bcaowl l.U. The pastor delivered another Dea. Earl Coiden, cirri
District, who was our pastor 11:00 great sermon that Sunday School _._.._... 1:10:
of Miami, will observe wife Mrs. Beulah M. fayson Morning Service Mjbt. Morning Worsnip .... ...... ... 1100
10th anniversary of the deal ttTU f.OQevening Our sick and shut-ins are Sis ... .._ ..
the Also our Sunday School and, ? .. .... 100
lets L. William M. Kelly. who Evening
Cra1dec1 oi 7:04
Service
of the Bab propbe\- ; ACE League have seven t Worship .. 7;00Pra
their Faith on Saturday July I, ed to the convention. (Tuesday night) is leaving for Haitlngi to stay *r meeting Tuesday! .... 8:00:
sister for rest We are
meeting at noon at. with her a
public
at a for her to have a saltind
1ST NW 11U praying
Baha'i Center GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
the
ave. ).1l&. Lucille Bulfin will be I i.nart.t: ;. BAPTIST NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST CllJ01ab1.rip..

the speaker. This is comparAble Rev. W. M. Mason, putaI'RoM Our church ha* been torn down Rev William F Savoy pastor
Itcv. L
A. 14th
annnrrvcrsary Thompson pastorSunday Ave. and Nth Street
Good Friday
with Christ's crucifixion, School ---......,.... 130 and Mary Minter, reporter forhe( purpose of building a Sunday School .. BJQ

of to Mrs. Emily Bethel, Morning worship ,,.-,,.....-., 11:00 Sunday School fcM Dew one.1628 Our NW services fith will at tin beheld doming Service! ..-- _. 11:00 I
according Morningworship 11:00 at ftve.
BTU _....__
Assembly _. s3uEvening Vestmauter Fellowship _. 600
Baha'i .
chairman of the BTU fclQ St. Matthew AM Zion CMudL.R
worship ..._. 7ji
I of &iimLAlthough I Evening worship r---. --.--.i-j TM <<. PridgeU. pastor of the church
30 years old at the The Vacation Bible Schocsponsored baa kindly open his door ao that : ,. -

time of his execution by a faring by St Matthew's Baptist MB can hold our service men SEE THE SOUTH'S
squad in Tabriz, Iran, the Bat Church. and Temple, fetid 1LI I TRINITY WESLEYANRev. I until our church is full shed.:

witnessed' the acceptance of his closing exercise at Temple a' George' E. Johnson, pastor LEADING COLORED
teachings by thousands of Iran- 340 pjn. Sunday. Principal J. c.' Mrs Phyllis Andrew, reporter" ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH PSYCHIC READER

anelcounind\ "the world So&th was master of ceremoniei' Sunday School tOO 5134 NW 23rd Ave. .

is Is its The work of the students wadisplayed Morning Worship ,.....-.- 11=00 Rev. F. L. Johnson ptztor '
citizens; there l* only one religioo by the teachers, aDd Young People Meeting 5:00 Mrs. Sarah Pool, reporter : oQOOHUNTE
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and all the prophets have : ret xted much credit on pupil Sunday School -- V30 SEE
taught It." and instructors. Both pastor.
U:0
Worship
Morning
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made BETHEL BAPTIST
The Dab, whose name means the bupedictlon complimentary remarks: and P. B. Training Union -,, --,.-, 5Jo r I
was offered bl P. B. Union _, 930
of a greater Prophet The 18 persons the &Y. N. F. Club Richmond Heights Training
who first recognized the i Rev. L. R. Roes. Pastor

-Gate," declared in laU his station The teachers were: Mrs. A. Not' Jean E. Scott reporter SALTER'S CHAPEL {
and forerun- Sunday School _- P..30 Rev II J.
Prophet Benson
u a tape, Mrs. Rosa Taylor Mrs pasurKutA Ada t
n-b'. station are called "Letten Ophelia N o\ta&<<. Mrs." A. Rah- Morning service ___ 11:00 fwvtgs reporter
of the Living" in. the same way mmg. Mrs. Matilda H&lJ\ Mn BTU ..._......_.- 540 Sunday School -- .4flUormng
that Christ's 12 disciples carried Ora Lee llaywood Mrs. Muriel Evening service ...-..---.,.--.. TOO w""aIUp ,..,.....,,. .1100 Let her years ef ..ap.rt.eeride

Ills tfaM"gs Uu'oIPouthe Holy JlinJdn, Miss Evelyn Moss Mis; ACE League UO: and preteet yen thnrihat1h
Land so the Letters of the Living Susan Ferguson pianist New Testament, Nazarene evening worship 100 .. e uo.."' ..... guide the ehlpe' !. 1

gave up their homes and Delicious refreshments were a atene. Fer ....... ,In bestases t
Sunday School ., ... __,. 10:00
teach this -TrT- ?? and eve
their lives to served the .
many at close of the program i
included oae Morning worship ?-,.....?-_..- 11:00
religion. They -CONSULT MIR E
new _____ EUM1M5 I
intelligent Evangelistic Service SEE THE WORLD'S
woman, Tabirah. whose N.W. hit Com DON'T STAY IN THC RUT' GET :
debate with Islamic leaden Sunday July 24, will be Men1)) Lawrence Reddiek.' pastor GREAT SPIRITUAL OUT NOW. 8Y THE HttP OF :
and fortitude in the face of.matr7l" a Day Deacon S. G. Ferguson, GOD tHC CAN HELP YOU.
MarcUs Reddiek. associate
'. death helped pave the chairman, and Brother Charles LEADER i w

way tor emancipation of her sex Armbrose, cochairman, along with AND PHYCHIC READER Oflke NI,1.e f

The Bab taught his followers the captains are sure that the GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. 1 &.Me I .....

that another Prophet would appear men will cot kt them down. BISHOP HUNTERIf Thvn, 1 .... toy
shortly whose mission wouldbe The sky is their limit they say Rev. S A. Cousin" pastor
to establish on earth the kingdom The women have promised to Mrs. Jenette Titian reporter Nn,
of God promised by Christ bring up the rear In a big way. Sunday School MO ye* are sick .< worried d.a'. w10a..1.
In 1863 Baha'u'llah (meaning the Morning Worship 11:00 fall to ... me today. Offtee ....fi.
,
Glory of God) declared from Ms Delegates of the Sunday: School Evening Worship 7:00 dally 1 PJH. te 1 p.c.. n.rMQ ....
cell in Baghdad that he and Training Union will leave on 1 p.m. to S p.a1. tuntfay if ....
prison Tuesday to attend the Atlantic to 8 ..... D41LYREADING
was the one promised by the Bab. Coast Sunday School and Train METROPOLITAN AME

Today millions of Baha'is In lag Union Congress In West Pain Rev J. J. Williams pastor

f more than 230 countries recognize Beach. Sunday School .......-_-.___ 124 f .00 U"IS
BahaVlah as the return of MIAOINQ81JDO
Christ Morning worship ...t lliOQ V..,. Laprtenee
of They
the spirit accept
Evening worship ,. ,:00
His teachings a. guidance from ML Olive Missionary Baptist --.r ...
God for this critical period in the MADAM
402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
history of mankind.DO I Hallandale. Florida M17 tW 17 8t.ei;" HUNTER

Rev Benjamin Franklin pastor 1571 NW eath Terr WKVTHOtLVWOOD "- .. ; '
Rev C. C. McClary, reporter Rev. Ernest William:: pastor 1657 N.W. 73rd St

YOU HAVE A Evening Service 1 p.m J. R. Brown, reporter -LA. MIAMI FLA.D .

Sunday School ...-...-.. ..-. 830 Sunday School ............. 1:30
DRINKNG PROBLEM? Uoraint service llOOt Morning worship .....-.-._. 11:00 .nt wrtt-Call I. ,......

Evening service ..--.......... 7:003TU BTU 1:34 PROF. HUNTER
CALL FR bOO Evening worship ,



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ZION A. M. E. St. John'
of The Nazarene
Rev. Blacknell NEW HOPE BAPTIST

22nd Are Corner 152nd St. U11S M.W. ftain Terrace Rev. Jamea E. Drown, pastor Enjoy ear Sizzling Steak and
Opa Locka L*' *rent Mvuutc, pastor Men's Day Speaker Bro. Vandell Moran, reporter CtlopeThere'
Rev. C. J. Jenkins
pastor *r uxMwrmng tigany AI..uaa Sunday School ....., ....... o-30
Sunday; S.bool ___________ 930 aunaay bCttuut .-... ..,,,,... 10Uu Morning Worship ........... 11:00 always something
Morning Worship ... ....,,., 11:00 wvrsatpervice, ....... 11:00
? Evening Worship ............. 7:00 Cookin atUniver.ity
League.------- S.-00 avsatusuc ,.....,..,., 3.11u
Evening Worship _-............. 7:00 Cafe
WHY THE CHURCH TRINITY C. M. E.
Augustus and Willie Mae Caaaerproprietor
ST. MARY'S C. W. M. i ,Two things were emphasized 2014 t..w. 3th Court .*
at the W. V. Geary minister
Synod
Sunday School was opened by Conference Leadership Trainin v:hurcn School -.........._____ 931 W. Specialize Tasty Fade
at Boca
S. Da wk1ns. After devotion Raton: | .r" '" .
Mrs. .
I I Morning worship _______ Ha
casses tcok their places with (a) We must educate church Lvcr.in; .; worship ._.-n..LL 1:<< 5801 N.W. 22nd Ave.
their teachers. The pastor made .1! members a* to the purpose and NE 4-8110
short talk telling of the Sunday mUsion of the church: to grow ?
School convention which will' I into a unity of love and service COSMETICSAlso
convene In Key West July 21-31.1 Itn Christ Jesus (see Epr. 4:13-13) wThe
Sunday mUl be Banner Sunday As a fellowship in fits Name
The class raising the highest,f we grow in human relations, I Miami Times NewspaperI
amcunt of money will receive the service to others, personal development Anderson'sShoe

banner. and above all, into .;,.,.. ,,",' I Call YUkon 3-5681
His llkd : I
w.
Morning worship was led by Repairs
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the pastor. He lectured for a few (b) We must train church I 1031 N.W. 2nd Ave.
minutes and the testimonial ser- members in the program of
rice $oi: .' Everyone was spl- Christian Education, so that We specialize in metal heels
r.mal'y; blessed. Both choirs fur adults, especially will become MIAMI TIMESNEWSBOYS and Italian shoes.
nished= music with Miss Phyllis better informed in the proclama- I
Ferguson at the oran. No. one beets of the Christian faith and PICNIC We duplicate all
ushers served. I dedicated to a life of Christian factory work

Ewnnzorshlp.! was led by service. men 'will celebrate their SATURDAY, JULY 23rd Open dally S a.m. to t p.m.

the Mark pastor 1452;He tht'mt'rake reached from, eat St. The church: has much to do 12th Men's Day Sunday at which I _'u" .."J..........." ..... All work guaranteed
time Rev J. B. BUcknell former
not only in winning to a
Tt.! Is persons
my body which Is broken JI
for ," Christ, but in belpn.chem to pastor and well known I ADDED INCOME 1RM1
you Holy Communion WI.admln1Jtt"h'd. throughout the city and state will
grvw in the fellowship which islUs
and I NO MONEY DOWN
it was a halls body. be the speaker at the 11 ajn. ser
ujah tone Mrs Gladys McFord vice. Rev. Blacknell; Is a verycapable I BUILD ON YOUR LOT
The week of
was lithe organ.FBFNEZER training was enjoyable and eloquent speaker NOW
as well as Informative.Mt. and we are extending an invitation = in Dade call OX 1-4505 ..iR...ANIRYSUFFERERS'
to our many friends to t'swing
: METHODIST fleaftant Methodist hear him. Many out I Droward County ,

Rev Aaron D. lisp PastorE 2170 Washington Street members of men the of the dty and WA 2.9411 ......vs law w.rnu.... .....vrv.fn
various
Ingraham Ova Lucks churches Write Percy Hepburn rmso.-a.n*a.o.o.n s o *!
reporter will also be prevent'! and participate w.rYOaRaep.t =.-
Sunday School ...-.........._..__ 930 dunday School ..._ 9JO; ajnMwriung I' on the pro am. A very interesting ARCHITECT AND Iwa .....,.. ......rlia M e..Ni .
Morning worship ..........._ UrOO wurstup _. il ajaa and unique programwill BUILDERS71 r.tea.w --aeeaoet s.eoov
Evening: worship ........,,....__ 7.-00 ,,,mng service 7 Jit be rendered during the evenIng NW 7th Street .rn.ar*w awr..eow ear

The P..torAId Board will service and report of cap Hallandale Fla.formerly -
tains will be
Ted charge of class meeting Ml. :>>INAI UA..rli1 received. j ( of NMM.. B....) .. .JIIJ!
o. +r a.r gar N
nl ht .. .. _
D. u, reporter 1 -..... f,
The women of the church are Hev :.. A. /'nvrrw, ....k1r
working faithfully toward Woman's Sunday caool ... .............. 4.% NEED CASH I
I FOR .
Day. which will be observed Morning worship ___j 11.o

sponsored July 31 by One the women of the rwlll efforts bea Evening. worship ,:00MAK1'IN $25 to $600 I HOME FENCES & FLORIDA

dinner! sale Sunday In the social I IMPROVEMENTS AWNINGS ROOMSThe
ha!! of the church to enjoy MLMOKJALKjcumuod AMC CALL PL8-3653 I

the fellowship. Why not have dinner Uel.CLta Man t. see |a .
at church Instead of at home. Wilma tiarris reporterRev. IDEAL LOAN CORP.

Mrs Henrietta Brown captain L. K. Brown, paster F. W. Reynolds .
Mrs, Carrie Wright mother of :t day bcfimtl ....___ *;JMurnvig e 6105 N.W. 7th Ave t
. Mrs. Nellie. Graves, died on last worship ...-... .. .. ll.-uc tI '
L Friday She Is also the mother of ACE League .......... 5:00 I J 2 Factory Representative "
Ifn Alma Lee Owens Mrs. Emma Evening worship ..,. ...,_ 730 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND
L. Hotton and Mrs. Leola
Joy She died In Gordon Ala. BROWNSVILLE UAPT1S KNOW HOWI '"IT.' GOOD TO KNOW

THE RIGHT PRODUCT TO BUY AN .
Rev and Mrs. Aaron D. Hall KWIK MONEY
274 N.W. 4fcUt Street
ADDED ADVANTAGE TO KNOW THE
iJ leave Monday to attend the Rev It. Thompson
acting pastor
[Cen'ral Jurisdiction Conference Annie Pratt, reporter CONSOLIDATE YOUR PERSON FROM WHOM YOU BUY IT."

which will convene in the city of Sunday School _-_ -. JO BILLS ; Free Estimates Phone

de Cleveland. Ohio Rev Hall Is a Morning Worship ,.... 1100: >> $1000 $15 mo
ante. from the Florida Confcrraee Evening Worship 7:00: $2000 Day or Night PL 4.7929
$25 mo. FHA Terms No Monty Down. Up to
Among the duties' and powersof ST. LUKE BAPTIST $3000 $35 mo. I 10 ...."the to ParSunlight
a Jurisdktkmal Conference is
I
that of electing' and assigning Rev P. w. Williams pastor Miami National Mortgage
bishops: to various episcopal areas Mrs. Bunesba Green reporter
af the Jurisdictions. Sunday School .- x 0:43 LUenoed A Boneed 1"1'11'1 I' III 1 I'

Let us pray for and visit the Morning Service ......_ 11:00 Room No T2t
t irk and shutias Bro. Wallace BTU ...-_._ :30 fR 3.5446 School of
WJ: orn, Jackson Hospital: Sisters Lveniag Worship _..._. 7.-00 EYBOLD BLOO.
Ida Ratcliffe. 7421 NW 15th

ave Matte Clarke, Jackson Hosp'tal ST. ANN'S EPISCOPALFr.
: ; Bro. Nardy Rawls. 14760 Beauty CultureIS

Pierce st, Richmond Heights. E Priest
Margaret Iruram Smith, 14616'h NW S.1C1akr141.r NOW OFFERING A
court. Sit. Edith Brennan, Summer schedule begins July t
1516 NW 8th et. Sis. Leola Jolter Mass and Sermon 7 LID.' SIX WEEKS ADVANCED COURSE IN

Jackson) hospital' SU. Church School .........-?-.. 8:00
Bcver'y' 31i NW 19th: et. Sis Evensoag ..._
1:00 Contour Hair
Sara Clarke 1345 NW 2nd ct, a Shaping
apt 1%. Hair Styling
GREATER YEW BETHEL

ST. JAMES A. M. E. IUv. W. K. Smith, pastor Baste and High FashionHair

Rev II McNeal Harris pastor Mrs. R. eonw,.. Clerk I ColoringWet
Mrs. Sadie F. Dean Morning WGrshjp! _...._... 11:00, A
Sunday School ..,..,.,. reporter 8JO Sunday School ..._._. BJ9 "I Setting
Morning Worship ..,...... 11:00 BTU.._...._ SJOEvratog
Evening Worship -... 7:00 Worship .,........,. 100 r FEATURINGMrs.

ST. FRANCIS XAVIERN ANTIOCH BAPTIST Straightenyour Ella Moncur

4th Ave and lath Terr Rev. J. W. St pberson. pastor Hair StylistDemonstrator
Phone FR 91424MASSES M. T. Copeiand. reporter! and
Sunday School ...._-,, 9:43 hairat

Dat'y .... a a-JII Morning Service ., 11:00 Beauty Consultant
SundAY 7am & 130 am BTU ....... .._..._........._.. S:20 For Lester's Beauty
Evening Worship ,......... 7.-00 HOME In one Product

WALKER TEMPLE v
applicationl
ANTIOCH BAPTIST easy
Classes
Church of God in Christ) Begin
Rev 0 W Fofter Now you caD bays.uyto.mansi. i
pastorA
W Ten
1789 N Wth
Minister: S Mcintyre reporter L Juhnvua. r.*ort..r o,eaay.to-.tyle atraJght t July 11

Elder J. J James pastor 1! Sunday School .._, .__. 9:43 hair tint won't go back even
humid woathor.
Sundae School ... .. .. 100 Morning Service ..._.._._ 11:00 io Kasy hottoot.-to-follow directions, vi ii i Mon and Twos Evenings'
Noon Service ....... .............. IfcOO, BTU -.- 3JO mon.-back guarantee in 1:00 until ItOO
YPWW ... ........?.._............... 630! Evening Worship ________ 7:00 every pack a,.. ELLA MONCUR, Instructor Wednesday a ..... to nee*
Evening Service ......_.._.._ B.-00
COMPLETE FIVE WEEKS COURSE $100
I HOLY REDEEMER Onn"UtI.teams ul
..uwr.',lmtgn',sirs MIre $25.00 Down-Term* Arranged
Baptism by Appointment
CAL'S Information Class 8 pjn. in RXOULAK .*/,.*<* fr a...',
Certificate of study
awarded complelekm
at
Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) e.\arW,- MJr.

BAR & GRILLENOW Novena 730 (Wed. oifat) $14 task I Call FR 4-9998, NE 5-2821 or mail In coupon belowI
School AU are invited 5125.Na.s.

SERVING i! Everyone is welcome at Holy .. ,w r.e mtwW am Interested 'In the now advanced *......k eowne you are offor.Ing. .

BREAKFAST LUNCH I BETHANY BAPTIST 4 I am a ( ) Operator ( QSJkepowner" ( >)> T...".,


AND DINNERAt 3078 N.W, 43tb S.LRv. /blt.1'y NAME --_-_ _-_- -__-_ --_-_ -----
Rudy Keatoa pastor sr l. teAT
Popular Price Marjorie Shelby reporter ALL ADDRESS
Sunday School -- MO
6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. Morning worship-,,,...-.... 110 CC9< BTU 1:20 CDUmD I
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Masculine Empkasis MEN'S DAY AT
TIMES MIAMI/ FLORIDA


PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 9, 19 0 IDE.A, THi.AJ lay at,5t. John GREATER BETHEL

OD Sunday, July 10 the pastor, Men's Day will be celebrated' at
Itev. Tnedtord Jonnson and all Greater Bethel AM Church on

CARDSMEMORIALSCARD iVianker . ctticecs and memows are inviting Sunday July 10. The theme Is
NW you to attend their first -New Approach to Brotherhood
of 1404
Patricia Wiggins Tree "
Masculine Empnssli Day. in a Changing world.
rim sU died July, 2 la Jackson center ol insel'a11 around the
iiiMpiUi. Funeral cervices will be Guest speaker will be Judge L.
men ol our otxuch. You are asaoed -
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn h.:M Saturday 11 am. Survivors to come to our church: ) school i+. Thomas and music will be
include a mother Margaret a at 9--W, remain with Ua in our II furnished by the Men's chorus
family of the late. loving memory of our dear father Robert, grandmother,' o'clock service. Our BTU aft 5.30. under the direction of Arthur
JOHN LOUIS PRATT mother and grand mother, Matue Wiggins, a grandfather; twill be upiilting. For our final King.
wish to thank all persons who JESSIE ALBURYwho bam Wiggins. two sisters and a worship at 7:30 we will have a Wilbur Ellison, chairman
sent cards telegrams Cowers died July 8, 1955. brother. i fesL Nathaniel Powell
and for kind expressions of sympathy We all love her so dearly but song cochairman
in the time God loved her best May she rest Paul Loaf. 1528 NW Sib place Your soul will be lifted as you Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor
reavement It also jivtheirdial in peace daughterAnd I IMrs. died July d at Jackson Memorialliiwpitai. listen to the 150 voiced choir with.
thanks to the director and personnel Lillian Smith Survivors include aware the ioiiolni male soloists: Morns
of Richardson Mortuaryfor Family Mae Bell. The body will be Townsel Mobley, Stanford,
their most efficient service snipped this Wednesday, July 8, Maroee, Moss, Parker, Phillips. HELP WANTED
Mrs. Clara Bell Pratt IN MEMORIAMIn to mum's funeral Home In Tne cnoir is trained by our min
And Family Augusta, Ga. for final rites. later of music, Sister Pauline G. MaleInTeaticator
sad but loving memory of Dunn. The president of the men's and collector.
our dear brother, uncle and cousin. auxiliary U Bra. Ulysses Morris. installment
THANKS Seniors Chairmen for the Masculine\ Em- Experienced on
CARD OF "
ROBERT "Bob Flgatef pnasis Day are Bro. David Dukes accounts, must be good on
RUSSELLwho Funeral services for the late and Bro. Nathaniel TownseLincomplete skips. Central City-Salary
The family of the late departed this We July 4, Naomi Miles of 1613 NW I\h ct.
DE.LEVT.AUX and commission. Apply in
ANDItE' ---
URWI humility 1958 in Miami and was laid to died Friday July 1 will be held
wish to express with for the many rest July 13, 1958, in Key West. Sunday a.be. First Baptist II. I person, only. 10 a.m. to 4
their appreciation cards and Gone, but not forgotten; his Church in Madison Ga. Sbe Is :wo p.tn
fWwers
,
telegrams linier on. May be rest survived by her husband, two
other expressions of sympathyafforded memory children mother and other relative Richard Charles Ellis, 1746 NW Miami Furniture Co.
them during their hours in peace. 69th st. died July 7 at his home.
Mrs. Florida Mingo, sister *. She was employed by the 200 N.W. 5th St.
of sadness. School. Mr. Ellis a native* of Powers
niece
Clara B.
Miss Mingo, Hope
We wish to acknowledge particularly 1 Field Ga. bad lived in Miami
Miss Eleanor niece
Haverly
and will do so later, individually and her two children, The body of Arthur White of since: 19=1. lie is survived by his
the excellent services I widow, EUa. a son and otherrelatives. ... ...
Funeral Jean and Ron Goulds -who died July 4 will be ... "! .
rendered by the Bain Mrs. honeys Gaither, niece frtT**"****. Ala. for Funeral arrangements
lluae, Rev. T. C. Kelly Coconut of SLPaul And Family I filrites. lie is survived by hismother are incomplete,
AME Church
John Jackson two sisters. Mr. Whit Mrs. Christine Dorsey 2235
Grove. Mr. and Mrs. ,
Pauline and the -no,..." the had been a resident of South I I Charleston St, Hollywood, died I
personnel and workers of Kraft IN MEMORIAMIn Dade for 12 1ftl'LGraves1de July 3 at her home Mrs. Dorsey,

Foods Co. especially Mr. John tor in a native of Jacksonville cam to, REALTY
the
Thomas; the Dade County Teachers memory of our darling son, services Hollywood in 1949. Services will'
Association; the Summer brother and crandson, Cant son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman beheld July 10 at UO pm in
School Faculty of Northwestern HENRY LYLES JR. Miller of 2260 NW 47th ft, were the Mt Pleasant AM Church, Open Sunday 2-5 p.m.
Senior Hi h School; E. K. Lock- who departed this life July 6, held July 7 with> the Rev c.relatives C. Rev. Rufus Bishop officiating 1435 N.E. 154th St.
Other
hart. Martin Memorial Choir No 1949. McClary pffk ltt.ti Burial will be in the Dania
I, our Neighbors of Polk Graves May he rest in peace, are three sisters and two Cemetery. She I is survived by NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Drive and Pierce SU. our Longshoremen Euia Lyles mother brothers. I three daughters Mesdames Sarah
friends and the host of Henry Lyle Sr, father Butler, Mary Washington and DownNew
relatives and friends too numerous Anthony and Nolan brothers I Martha Floyd a son, SamueJ $395
to mention at this time. Sandra and Alberta sisters House of Albert. St wart. two sisters, Ruth Hanna
-We hope to see our Pilot face to Mrs. Louise and Estella Davis 3 and 4 bedroom CBS
face Seymour rAnd Jerome Smith, the young son of --- -- homes on large landscapedlots.
When we too have crossed the family Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bowmanof Mrs. Carrie McCaul.: 537 NW I No qualifying, no closing
bar" 1724 NW 2nd ave. died June 14th at.. died July 4 at her home.
Dorothy A. Deleveaux, wife IN MEMORIAMIn 26 in Jackson Hospital. Grave Mn. McCaul a native of liawkinsvUie. -I, costs one mortgage pay
Vincent Anthony, step son side services at Lincoln were Ga. had lived to Miami meaL City water. Must be
Phyllis Deleveaux, daughter sad but loving remembranceof conducted at 2 pm. June 20. for the past Services seen to appreciate.
PaUetta Deleveaux. daughter will be held July 9 in the
our dear father and grandfather _
Hubert Murpny of 1W NW -::::::=:s
Mr. and Mrs. Uriah ML Zion Baptist Church Rev. E.
Deleveaux, parents I 16th. It.. died June 26. He Is survived T. Graham officiating. She will OPA LPCKA
Mrs. Clementina D. -s by a wife, his parents ofDonaldsonville be on view in the chapel beginning Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.
Ilahming, sister Ga. and several noon Friday and will be
Mrs. Dorothy D. Pritchard. sisters. placed in the church at. ?.m. 1730 N.W. 154th St.
sister Saturday. Burial will be in Lincoln $595 Dn. $88 Mo.
Mrs. Constance D. Dennis., I Joseph William McCray who Memorial Cemetery. She is
sister I resided at ..:741 NW 47th st. survived by her children Mrs. New 3.bedroom CBS. Close
Mrs. Vivian Parton sister I died June %51. He Is survived by Susan Holt and Joseph Melton; to schools transportation
Mile Winifred Deleveaux. his widow Mrs. Madelyn Mc a daughter-in-law, and two
bad No closing
sister Cray, his parents Mr and Mrs. grandchildren.Fred shopping.
Leanard O. Deleveaux Bro. E. A. McCray of Pensacola; two costs. Many extras. Why

Alan R. Deleveaux Bro. 1a children, a sister and three broth- D. Larkins of 1370 NW pay rent. Immediate pos
.
Y r ers lie was sent to Pensacola for 67th st, died in Jackson Memorial session.
IREV final rites. Hospital on July A. Mr. Lar
kina a native of Georgia lived in
IN MEMORIAM Paul Addison Infant son of Mr. Miami for. 42 )"MI'L Services will NEAR 54TH ST.
and Mrs. Dennis Addison of &122 be held in Greeter Bethel AME
In memory of my dearly beloved NW 33rd ale. died June 30. Church Tuesday July 12 at 2 $995 DOWNNew

grandmother, I Graveside services were conduct pm. the Rev. Fred 1UcU.: officiating. 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS
MRS. ANNA LAT1MER ed July 6. Burial will be in Lincoln ,
of Madison Fla.. who departedthis Memorial lie is survived by his built-in oven and range.

life July 5. 1931. Henry Haxelhurst of 2324 NW wife Lucy, an adopted daughter, Large living' area, beautiful
Nine years since you left life 74t st, died In Jackson Hospital Mrs. Ella Smith, a sister Mrs. neighborhood. Must be
seems so empty without you July 3. Funeral will be conducted hue Walker. seen
standing by to give me comfort. July 9 at 11 am. at New ML to appreciate. We arrangeall
God called you and lie knows Calvary Baptist Church Rev W. financing.
beet, but your memory will always P, Tarpley off id sting. He is aurvhred -
linger In my heart Sadly by his wife Rosa Lee; six I
missed by your grsnddaughter.Mrs. I I S. A. SAMPSON children an uncle and two aunts. Don't Fret Fight t CASH FOR YOUR LOT
Evelyn Floyd The body will be oo view in the --- -
founder of the Mt. Olivette Baptist
Family Church and pastor' tor 39 chapel funeral from time.3 Burial pm. Friday will be until inUncoln. Join The NAACP PL 7-S4S 283 NW 79th St.

years, who entered into eternal
.
IN MEMORIAMIn rest July 4. 1949. .
"Father, in Thy gracious keeping
George Zknanuel died in Jack
sad but loving memory of Leave ing"we now Thy servant sleep son (Hospital July 2. IDs survivor -
our dear mother include his widow Mandy, a
The Family daughter, is parents, 12 brothers; Announcing The Grand Opening' ofSERENA'S

prq ri two sisters three grand children. BEAUTY SALONThe
Services will be conducted July
9 at 2 pm. at Greater Israel finest in beauty care for -the discriminatingwoman
r:14iciU: DO YOU HAVE A Bethel P. B. Church Rev. P. D.
Urantley officiating. He will be on
t DRINKNG PROBLEM? view in the chapel from 12 noon Air conditioned for your comfort
w Ar Friday until funeral time. Inter SERENA WILLIAMS, Prop.

; CALL FR 4-4773 ment In Lincoln. Geraldine Allen and Grace Fenrell Operators

yIc4 Graveside services for infant 827 N.W. 62nd Street PL 8-2731
daughter of Officer and Mrs. Wil
fred Miller of 934 NW 64th at J1I
I were conducted June 30.

ATTENTIONLADIES Chapel services for Joe Bennett
i i I who lived at 240 NW 13th st. and
i who died June 24 were held June i ir
I Would you like to wear the 29 at. pm. His survivors' are i
I hl. wife and mother-in-law.
Wilknit Guaranteed I I

Hose? Range .

,_ Guaranteed not to run, tear., Mrs. Gussle Fleming of 1409
4 ) or snag for the time specified NW 61st st. apt. 8, died at the

,.- -A' _._ All- or replaced Free. home of her parents, Mr. and
-
Mrs. Burkin Trotter. 6620 NW ;:..
DAISY BAIN Call Mrs. Mackeyat 61st st, July 5. Other survivors
who departed this We July 12, include her husband L. C. T1a mint -
18'8. HI 8-3036. Let her five sister Mesdames Ger

She Is gone, but not forgotten., demonstrate and explain avery tie Wilcher. Mildred Tbornton,
Lucille Shingles Be Jester Starling
May she rest in peace.
Alice Bain, daghterGwendolyn unusual guarantee and Ludle HMloway; three usm c Aucar, ruMMi h .ha
brother John Riley and Theodore
Hodsoa granddaughter, ::: Trotter. Arrangements art tStt KW JiO A* M -OX 17(41MIAMI



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-w FIRST NEGRO<< CIRCUIT MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
JUST BROWS IN' JUDGE?
SATURDAY JULY 9, 1960 PAGE 13Jeffrey
...There ;I* string ep culatln
a, PAUL R. HENRY In Florida political alralas that .

Governor .....q Calllna may
The Her. Austin Rcllins Coop appoint the Mat,'. first Negro
er. B. A.. BJD. of Coconut Grove J Circuit Jude Were laavlngfftca. '
a postulent from Christ Church I t .
will be ordained to the Sacred Mlamra Municipal Jv4g L. 2
Order of Deacon on Saturday. E. Thamaa la said "to have the
July 16 at Christ Church tbe Bar Inalda" track an the appoint
> Theodore Gibson, rector. I I 1ft,fIt.RED. .

i
The Rt. Her. Henry Z. Loutllt, CROSS ASKED 1
Bishop of the Diocese of South

Florida twin administer the Sac TO AID TENN.NEGROES :

.4 ramentIn I I s
Gulfport Mlss. an attempt I 1R
at Integration failed when the I The National Association for
sheriff put Negroes and Whites the Advancement of Colored
out of a Federal park because of People called on the American'
disagreement over who should'I Red Cross for assistanceIn
"'f the ball diamond. what It term a "manmade .

-- I disaster" in Tallahassee i I *
On Monday in Atlanta Oa, It asked the Red Cross to taktrrmedlMe '
M1AMIAN AMONG VKETDiO t"rtudmts placed a wreath steps to brine relief to

PARATROOPERS MnfMattte containing a quotation from the Negro families In Fayette County,
d: n Days son of 1 I
Declaration
of Independence on Term. who have met with economic -
Days of 1315 NW 62nd at.. who the steps cf the CapltoL mars retaliation after register f
wa. one of the members of the quite an idea. tnt to vote. *The e people are .
famed 82nd Airborne Infantry bH* denied food clothing and
Division that visited the ttCIaM.t The Church of the Incarnation fuel." Rv WttHns executive secretary -
ad Ah Force Base this week. the Her Oisha Clarke vicar, has of the awodatlon, said Ina Hunter and Constance Towers share the lead
Days, who is a 1MB graduate of Just '
installed beautiful new telegram to Red Cross bead
pews
North ATStern Hlh. is complct-! and new lighting. qit*Her In Washinrton. roles in director John Kord'n "Scrireant Kutledge now
Ing hU second year in the service. The pews are sponsored by the Mr. Wilkins acted cm the basis playing at the Ubclty Drive-in Theatre. Woody Strode
'
Days was also one of the para Episcopal Church Women. Tbt of rrv its from Favrtte County I and Juano Hernandez have strong supporting roles.
troopers it-no made spectacularJumvs Meriting the Deacon that Ve n1. who had "rbtf1"t'd
from planes durtof a demonstration H. E. S Reeve family. had oct their Jobs had credit ref -

on Sunday afternoon. ,t.e1 and Inwtmnce nft'f1f'd.and.
ht been tmable to buy gasoline .
." ken. their farm machinery
l.rttA It Pays Drive Carefully running.

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T- .,..MtIr rat Greater Miami ,1R tliIEPINDEI
",w.,.,t* v". 7 w Di nrhters are
t -*.nv ant varied They are a* OX ,
""'V ae ben4 t for the good of
.... "...,.. ."w 'hi' un'rklttnn of
-"t the hu-"tH"f.
On th* Vnrfar of erenttIS HAVE YOU vl.ltd th. ,.1.Hdi. BIRTHDAY 10tht Eugenia WIJ.
w 1'1' : Initiation of offiJtiTr Keys within the put 6 months Hams, Vahnessa Stubbs; July 1,
n. +eAn. You wouldn't know some of UM Clarence King, Jon MlcheDaHaywood
.... ,,,. rr Unf' the dtaghfera.l.4t1 old land marks the Keys are in Bernice Johnson; 2nd.
4 he PI, wt'tr tI' the Rest.R1 full swine, Dusmesse poping up Kelly Wilson, Ava M. Drown. Ird
-. he .-1-n 24 at like buds on a rose bush. The Allen V. Taylor Estelle Roberta
TYvte Park > n"Itftrtim. teen' 4 to more I see of the Keys, the rapid Zelma D. flack; 4th, Lillian Eye
a w... a T.hlqrt I keep' say Sawyer, Henrietta" Carey, JuaoiU
GOING TO NEW YORKI FOR RENTROOM. T.Ytrannnn'l growth of businesses
Mrs.. "wet '.'fII'\'f'ff' fort W Scott, Joseph Stevens. Averell
am to drive to New Will Tori tab t Single or double. Twin -.I'fr't... w.wp,a wm artlrmate', Into what don't are have we waitlnx to base this Rut!, IVrcy Cerley, Erie Mc-
11. You
between July 7 or beds private entrance. 334 NW TAi. n emtse, to two an outstandv irrowth chiefly on tourists. Ifi Cants, James D. McKellar 5th,
female. Fo
two people male or S. f.i rrotit of' the rnmerJnlv Alexander
llth ft, apt c fishing dollars that give the Bertha Lewis, Velma ;
Information call FH 4-JJ76. the cllmas of the baby
27 : strip its best business. 7th Gregory' Gill Rowena
MICE ROOM for single man ontest AR dutirhters ftwwortnir oversea lot of your cou- Itaucuabok.
FREE OEMONtTRATIONW downtown private entrance. Can hi.. .r.. r,tltv wwklng fni And there are a .
flnact VDCWtttn ctaawef. FR 1-6767 th'''r hhv to win Grand luck ins on the Keys dally.t Anniversary:: June 30, Congrats
Call Herbert C. L.... today Nl Arr.'h.u teA..nr.t stopped at a motel on my last to Mr and Mrs. Robbie Wright
..tOIL ,a LOVELY 1-bedroom apartment S at the newly A>corahallmom !- trip and questioned the white and the Thomas Portia of Uicb-
Unfurnished large room, crairt M n..iww Grate a owner about aetnmmo tlOftl. We mnnd Ifft hta. July 7, the John
FOR RENT street nice lawn. No children. _s Aree hail Torun'l will brrwne chatted a while (I purchased my Pinknrys will celebrate their .
1331 NW 58th terr. ......, for tt-- nrettteet I Mttrwl bait) my conversation was The Women's Union of Holy Redeemer .
".... o" it aM have a real I I strongly on a weekend stay there. appreciated your presenceat
PARTIALLY FUR'fL 7IZt NICE. LARGE Furnished bed. Mgt w,. a..e efmntJrtf nn you nut He cave me the Philadelphia t their 4th of July Come As You
ficlencv attartment 1966 NW 6Oti room. OX 1-6704. 1530 NW 67th *n"tv friend to enjry thli affair II story? like *"I'm from' Jersey and Are Social Nassau was loaded
St Call'E 3-4B03. stIX3KING ..soh. n.Ttev..v. I all for It but my neighbors would I with Miamians during the 4th
I r w*> are not liwnuti* Mot ",f" Thk dkint stop Just) tripof July watend.
LARGE clean cool rooms.' Kitchen FOR a clean room? C..b frne.'r d!.tre**. Visit and 1 there I ventured' further downand
privilege, telephone iibouse With private bath and kitchen. .N tsV* ant shutint LHlrw came upon an off the hifh-I
tn yourself NE 5-5:a. JlInr. Call OX 1-4M4. '' *r that we careoi way (llf""t5nlIn"' Key tango to
I 1'- what ran easily be converted Into

I For Rent D A r'cT q cFEKw : a wet location. Had a beer
Sn3 '
: () NW 3rd ave. Cal In a tavern and sighted what
...-n' *r owner. FR 4-6728 or' Specious air-cooled auditor. 1 A T fal TC: Tn e nM rx' kw'nnmM' best Keys
FR 1-70M JlQM' ium available for church ntovland. Understand the folks in r # 4a
*
rvr ir V1MDON. Have been offered roM
this area
""rn 'Y "T VYcnTn tie,.. lwrlnv use Call OX a. %S1 for ap -.tm' to ,el nut. but boldinf on
"'''f'.. .* .'nr wm4lnra pointment. TACK I *+** I am wondering now manyKevsloven
? flr f Mt.Runrl+- P a r 1rv are ee?er to Invest
..-.> u* nt ,..1..1aWe 54'41'' i, 4- A crmro ofArkanui 'n a fisherman's paradise' on the
.1..... fIe re14v Tnr t"f".ttftift FOR SALE e' ...$._ ..-.re'lm'I'etc' Monday Ker Drop me a card I have a
pit VA 1M Ap 3 GOOD SMALL Restaurant now -.e ,n.. t planDAVCF.
ooeratinr fully equipped, very) n--' ....-,... fn head a $
t. RflpnnM APARTMENT cheap 745 NW 62nd st 1- crw,h tt''I' prevent' nnm- TriRichmond:
"... .....t N ,.... lewM "" ., ....,,.. QM T.vntnny'fin Heights Mildred IVques DanceSdtnot
We h.... ,... ,,!...* .a.rtmente 3-nnDROOM CrtS Large Hvfh __ .... F Kenedy trill start Its vacation
Iraq NW MtJ Ave. room tile bath Jalousied win. C... -' *coal tirrrlav at Martin Me-
down. terrazzo floor. grave| root. t" ." "_'. .rvnt 'In Mnnav'sI.4. mortal Youth Center ,pI"C'taUznc4n "
"'Q ew NPTI trtyrrf en.v NneN'A.4r.e 75 NW 14th court Phone PL -... r......_ a tr*.."m of 14 < rharartrr! dancinf such as balVt wWa
Alt rrtltDq' ':ear bUS 1-8.W day or night V -a.t.n..tu.d on Faubu to and tao Serena'. Beauty
moony 4ton VW tlnH are at._ "- '.... t.o ,netted a bloc' Salon is trash modernistic! It's a
. DUPLEX 1720 NW 50th st Call .f c:,...rh..th 4.ntee to theOnventlon *** the corner" Rth ave and 62nd
RnoM 4. For cVan.:.eatv fur- owner after S pm Monday thru n- ..44 tIt"'ln,1 ct ?>rena' WIHiams., owner with
nbhed' rooms rail SWWi Room-I CaMav) Saturday and Sunday all 4hr. ,",.r> h l,, 1M Amretete G,.raMfw' Allen and Grace Fer-
tnt Non... FR ..* or OX Hay NE 4-12M. Teiine. ..,lA" Irnew nothing relt a. the ewperts Vacation
i .h w,4 .... o *..*., of the ad and n. brought two inspiring Natatnriana .
1-.1343.! IDM2D4 are. time
mdi QOM CBS Wan to rraarrts for !ItWOMAW. .. to our shores Althea
.
*.*!) carpet Venetian' blinds c r- Ilhtbmime and Jennie Rnlierts.
fTtR1gT4TTTD 1-bedroom' Apt. All n=e*k heater window fan electric! They were rue' of the Ftanktrnrrle

"" m4I" '$ ttd private home with wove refrfrerator, aprinStJlng "'s ( h*'s the former Carolyn
e ..,trm Fenced yard patio, bar- Fernandez) Sheila: Rolloe has
1x4.1 entrance t1 week Ifll
hrt 1x13 ft uttlltv house. TMWAPTSTRY centr'hwteH moth to then stay I
'.T I.
NW 77th tern, PLwrmonM td950 Cash down: S3.MO. Open

Hare APT Furnished 5Uturdav and Sunday 1-3 p.m. WHAT HAPPENED ta Blanch n (B.y) Benson Jr,
or unfurnished Can OX 1-2864. 1150 NW 76th st Ttt. "4want.. a loral patralr r.nt)1r1lY y t t We mlwed' her IOn of Dr and Mrs. Benson of
wfenan .....4 t.erh was on h" r daily show on station' WFFX? and
release
whose from Jail
ITn'nc7TRD 1 bffrorm apartAH HOUSE. 3-txdroom. Florida h. 'It VliHnla' TVarh recently. fudHnr turn reports It is rated Chicago
f"W"ft' rnvnifr" ***, rralet.worVfnt nxvn, carport, awnings, Venetian' tit htr. vNr.. tq a *Hn date Kh! *, hl Wv and many have rawtlon was ordered recently by the 11-
couple. Ins NW' S6th st b ttnd,. wall to wall earoet. elect .._..4 M.. h. Volan's home In! fit! thl.* toner William fUr Benson had been convicted of
trio store. refHrerator Finest"' lo- a*>*y .t. .d fnuM JfH /*** Red Harris formerly. with Silver murder in connection with the
"TR'zTcfT) Large 1-bedroom .ton PL l'ul "",tan vet. for nrn an oral dose und gotten Spur celeba'es l-nois Supreme court. Young
in Rr"" *."rne area. Rent .t Ae'r t ct: i* awafcmd atad. I hI, Mrthdar tMav July 1 Iftslatt death Jan. II, lesa of a 63-year-
r..a.m.b'e Call FR 4T74I..T ON ACCOUNT T DEATH.Small .. H .*>* *'"'.n*. home aM year's tel+,ratlon at the old woman tenant in his father's
/ down |< TT ft and f 133 art to ,,Hr.oft' Yfnaprtal I Ouh Rorale was a dilly I building The Bensons natives of
nmvrq'rI) ) : Quiet rwrt- month AU ion ?red 5-room Poe m 'nr t> the doctor's retort Carla Clarke toe bartender Alabama and 40-year residents
"orll ate. 1913 NW 55th terr. house Porch ano' apartments. bad the ratrohroman are lover' of Club Royale is sporUnf of Chieafa. said the hifh court
.9* .-.r we**.. Cheeky Bonded Tnmrr monthly payment! 1044 ..'vA tM minutes later Mrt.V0t..t a '00 Inroala- n/rr white III I decision reinforced' their faith ia
Collection Agency No small NW 64th stSALE awne,1t' have rnbab' ilf"i.. T.th.rty fttjrs nowalar Dr. Albert God that sustained them during
Two dart Ufrr the doctor rwvtiNrl I the criate in their' UvesANP
children.WE FsHrarrt N making his call In s i
HELP WANTED that Mr Nolan has a SOSO -
60 OW M twe-t.ene Job (lovIv *-
OPPORTUNTTTES' for ambitious e i.Twv rat wnrrvalChief
NAVE A CHOICE 1-bed-! ) Crra Leach JIIOPUI.rn..m.n
mom apartment with a store. Bus Negro men and womw. We paya Maths nee the her patrol heroic ,Is In town for the 1 Advertise! It Pay.1a
No 34 pawn door. 245 NW 46th you learn Phone FR 4-1541 +r+nan two days off for weekend

.ft rfeooe FR57.. .. 311 deed.



I that the players be allowed to
F wear stockings so they could gel
PUN PHUN
} more runs.
e r ,r., 4 NAME THAT PUP
ih rim* OSHOKKHC Seeking a suitable name for s
puppy 'we were given, I foundout
""' ><2y that his mother had five
ON THE COP pups In a row, and that ours was
the last one. Needless to say, we
Ever have to make a dash toget named him Bingo!
change for a parking meter
I did irccently. Spotting a policeman Miamians Visit
about a block away, and
having nothing smaller than a Jekyll IslandThree
dime, I rushed Into a store and
got some pennies, since' I was to prominent Miami citizens
be parked just a few minutes. spent their vacation en fabulous
I really! "moved" to make change' Jekyll Island Ga. tht, past week.
I had to get the "copper" Mrs. Trances S. Tucker, who
before the copper got me! this year retired" as principal of
Carver Elementary School Miss
M MURDER, HE 8EZ Ellen L. Tucker: social worker
Children Service Bureau and Mrs.
Seated in a lunch room an em- Bernice Hunt and son Freddie
;
poYf't"of! one of Miam' exterminating
-
all of Coconut- Grove spent' four
firms was relaxing, days lounging>!! in the "White
6 smoking a cigarette and "DunInl"
Silver Sands" of Jell Island as
a cup of coffee. This really guests of the Dolphin Motor
"bulged" me to see an exterminator hotel
killing time!

-- Dr, Hastings K. Banda. nationalist A RUN ON THE BANK JOIN NOW!

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA leader of his people in Tan
I I A bank teller was telling me Miami Branch
ganyika. East Africa who recent- after all, he IS a teller 1) that NAACPMEMBERSHIP
PAGE 14
SATURDAY JULY 9 1960
y concuded an extensive tour of the bank's baseball team was
-------- the United States, is shown after winning its games by very close DRIVE
his arrival in England being interviewed scores. As remedy, I suggested I Marian Muldrow, chairman

5 Jailed FAMU Student for by the Hugh British Burnett Broadcasting producer -

I east company.Dr. Banda During was sketched the broad-by YOUR PORTRAIT ........ ...... $1.00

Polish artist Feliks Topolski.
Leaders Given AwardFive I j Photo shows, left to right Bur- ENLARGEMENTS
nc't, Dr PHOTO Banda and TopolskiANP COPIES '


jailed student leaders received -
CORE'S Gandhi Award all: DAVID JEWELERS

mass meeting opening COIUTs 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 41822ANNOUNCEMENT J',1
lath Annual Conference-Conven- nrLIt
Uen in St. Louis today. .

The five Barbara and John -_ -. ." ",
tA. J :.J1t.--A "_ 't.- W4'$ .;7.
Broxton, William Larklns, Patricia
and Priscilla Stephens -, _Ii
received' the award for their outstanding -,,
contribution during the 1rr
year in Improving race relations)
through direct, nonviolent meth- --- SNOW
ods.
i ,.,. FORMING THE
Rev. Wyatt Tee Walker, hhn-, I
self Jailed for sltting-ln at a .8
I
r R
Petersburg. Va. public library f. 40th Physicians Assistant ClassA
presented the Gandhi Award. II

SACRIFICE SELVES | I special program of Medical Training for all

The citation says: "They spent)
40 days in a Florida Jail for women (ages 17 to 45) with limited education who

disturbing the peace and public
tranqullity by sitting quietly at I seek more earning and increased prestige.
a Woolworth lunch counter.' They
chose to serve a jail sentence Enroll Now For
rather than pay an unjust fine.

city Later officials they were to withdraw asked' by from Uni- I CLASSES STARTING JULY 11

school for a semester. They have, \
-
sacrificed themselves' for the ,- r' : II Day and Evening Classes

right as they saw It."Under I : ill Small Weekly Payments
I
their leadership the
)
S Air Conditioned Class
Tallahassee CORE group has sus Rooms
tained' a direct action program. Free Lifetime Placement Service
This deep South croup has been
thoroughly Interracial and has) k To all graduatesNightingale
managed' to Increase its member-j 1A4
sip and influence in the eommunIty. "
in spite of attacks from poli __
ticians and white citizens council' ; CollegeFR

elements. ,I I"The __fL

five leaders have borne

abuse. and contumely. with reairwm -. ----. --- 3-1675

maintained ana a ai spirit ury.rney of rood nave will Jon Thomas a jazz organist '3 --caslsn: W:'i Eddie 'Lock.Isar" 265 N.W. 5th Street
and of understanding. They have with something to say, is the Davis, l:':'.n'ls Jacquet Da- Miami, Fla.
not swerved from the objectiveof I ate I t and newest a.rt1ataddt"d kota 5tJ on and Ruth Brown. -"'
equal' rifhts for all. to the rostor of stars for I I Since 1W3. when Jon switch "' -4"4VA4J'tAv-_ "' .:r. AI
ABC Paftvnount
All the students have Records, Am- ed' from I
been I Par President Sam H. piano to organ he has:
placed on probation by Florida Clark announced headed his own Jazz combo and'
A and M University for their role in New York. is one of the leading exponentsof For Results in One Visit-See
In leading the sit-ins CORE will A native of Cincinnati, Ohio, the modem sound in Cincy. ,
assist the students in securing Jon hu worked in and around MADAM MARS
their education' during the coming the Southern Ohio metropolis for I| Jon has recorded' often on Independent -!
school year nearly 20 years. lie has appeared labels, and one of the SPIRITUAL MEDIUM
means ABC-Paramount used tog ) AND PUBLIC ADVISORTHE
i him on wax was to purchase I MOST
the Mt of hk roasters!. CONSULTED READERIN
Rev.' Joe'st Oft recent recording SOUTH FLORIDA-WARNS OF
Mother FatimaHere the firM on wttieh he is also TROUBLE IN ADVANCENo
heard as a vocalist, is "Heart
break" backed with Teailn ". matter what your HOPE. FEAR or TROUBLE may bt oho'
For I can and will help' you. She give true and
the First Time in This Area ABC-Paramouat talent purveyors never fading advice
have already predicted that on all affairs of lift such as: LOVE COURTSHIP. MARRIAGE,

See this great divine healer the tunes will one day soon hit health' business change, wills, deeds, mortgages law suits lost
of all times the
I million-**}* mark.'A or stolen articles hidden treasures.
ahe can heal you by See her mufedan since his
prayer. today
Jon early Reads your entire lilt: PAST. PRP f.h''. FUTURE. Tells you
ha,
tomorrow appeared In nightclubs
be
may too late. There ta no pity I everywhere in the Ea. t, anything you wish U know without asking any question

for those knowing there's help on earth from Buffalo to Atlantic City If you cant seem to. make a sit in anything -if you are 10

but don't seek It Are you sick, unhappy, ABC-Paramount The new lengterms may deal with the hard luck-See the most consulted Reader in South Florida.
open
disgusted with life? Everything you do doors for him to the really big She give immediate htJp-RESULTS IN ONE VISIT! Doa'lot
time. r uIh life handicapped by others
See Her
seems to then Today'!
go wrong, see this gifted
"* lady. Licensed by State and County

DuBois Awarded Gives Your Lucky Days and Lucky NumbersSATISFACTION

''I What you see with your eyes your heart must believe GUARANTEED
Lenin Prize Private and Confidential
Readings
With each reading and private consultation she will No Mall A"lw..d-a. Mo In Person

give away a free lucky charm. She has just returned Tfce Soviet Union has presented HOURS: Dally and Sunday 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

I from a triumph trip in India. She guarantees to remove /or Its the International strengthening Lenin of peace prize CLOSED TUESDAY-NO HOUSE CALLS

all bad luck, and evil influence. For more information among the nations" to Dr. William DON'T MISTAKE
call MU 89148. E. D. Du Bois New York ADDRESSTAKE
educator and author. BUS 13 TO PINK HOUSE

9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE I The 92-year-old the award. at scholar an embajsy received 2390 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla.

reception in Washington. .



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I SATURDAY JULY 9, 1960 PAGE t%
& ward .

Summer Recreation Poster Contest: lit place Un>-
CraatyNews' nle Hackaon; 2nd Alfonaa rarquharsoa -
If Program ; Jrd Paul Hutchlns
FrtN IThe Costume Contest: Most uniquecostume
The Little C. Evans Recreation Alfonaa Jackson

h Program 1, full of excitement Don Show: Most beautiful doll

YYaltoeBew, I and individual, aa well aa group Georfle Bethel; oldest doll Jonl
bubblingUover The center la Thompson: larrest, Sharon Ro-
with activities. ker; smallest Martha Roe Days.:
- -
-- --- - I The theme' "Summertime Can largest collection of dolls The-
C. W. IL Chamber of be "Plane Fun" has been displayed Tress Payne: the best home made
on the bautiful decorated
doll Sylra Brown.
Gctnmerce will meet Monday
schedule the
cafetorinm.
In The .
nfcht, July II.t the Carver morning and afternoon schedules Instructors: Ethel M. WUktnson. -
Lounge MoteL AU members are Maurlne Graham, BoaJackson's
are posted and youngsters aN on
asked to be present and on time time daily for the "take. oft" The Stewart librarian.

5 morning flight scheduled 1-12-
John L. Green left for North and
Includes arts
Carolina for the 4th of July hole dramatics, softball volleyball Toddle Inn
iday to spend' sometime with his teherball. and ether arthritic

mother and father.Congratulations The afternoon flight Includes SUMMER SCHOOL

dancing charades rhythms 1m-
to John H. Me- Jena 20 J. tt
quiet games, square and social to ty
GUI nho opened his swap shop a
pentonatlona and many other actlrltlea. -
.
few weeks ago next to Bowc/a Fee $1AO for entire course, wltft.
Barber Shop 4019 SW lath at. ant tranaoportatloA. 40 wttHtransportation.
The Special Events have been
.
School day $
Happy birthday to WHUam very successful WIth many pupils tMi. Mtff
Mars, who is celebrating his 21st participating. The following pup
birthday Friday night July 8 at :I Its_ were awarded certlflcatea:

his home.


Letter to Editor Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE

ALSO CONTRACT

1 would like to tell you and PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

your readers had wonderful experience Licensed' and Insured
we at the Command -
Performance concert' on Colors Mixed Fret Free Estimation' and Coweulttt'!**

June 24 at the Northwestern Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.

auditorium. We went there after Time payment plan a.ailable--Pbone PL 9-3231
reading your article hi the MIami

Times.

.... Serita Rubinstein the violinistand
Father Robert DeQrandta la Mo* t. renew the Laat tuppee. Ruth Greenfield. the pianist'
shown kneeling. before the altar excellent The beautiful
.in Holy Redeemer Cathella Holy, Redeemer and alt Cath.* were voice of Bertha Sharpe Jackson ROOMS WANTEDWould
Church. 1301 NW 71st at. T h a Ik churches welcome, visitor, at was a delteht to hear as was MissSylvia
altar In' a Catholic Church .. a any tlm. Churoheo are open all Rolle at the piano.
reminder of the Mount of Cat I day oo that people, can make a
vary where Christ died. The Holy volt of prayer. Maao la hold at Having said the above I want like to secure clean, comfortable rooms loroutol'
Sacrifice of the Mass I. offered 7 and 10 a..... ." Sunday mom.Inge crltlctam
also to offer some friendly -
there thus fulfilling the command .service' are held. at 730 on think that -town young men and women attending
of the evening I
of Jesus to His apootlea tee] Wednesday evenings' at Holy" no.damsr. something should have been said
"do this In commemoration of Everyone la Invited.
about>> the organization that sponsored Miami Barber College
the concert, about the wonderful -
-- -
work that Ruth Greenfield 195 N.W. 14th Street Phone FR 7-3127
and her doing
group are
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Also more should have been
shown of the chHdren'a work,, It
In-Around The Bahamas was not enough to bring them upon
the stare and immediately" call
them off Pled Piper fashion. Tne
--- By A. H. McKINZIE --- children could have done some BRAKES RELINED

acting and dancing to show what
= "-- -:-::: --* _..;.._- --9- they are learning at the school. $7.95 Cadillacs hither

Mltc Sylvia Pratt formerly aBoard the Southern District! of Nassau Stneerely yours
of Education teacher, Pastor Enoch Backford: and con Mrs, David Newman QUICK SERVICE
graduated' from the New 4ot'kSetnnl I creation, with their many friends David -J*..e>ers
nf nutnei' nn April 17, had a very Impressive service. 11M NW 3trd Are. BRAKES ADJUSTED ................................... .... Sic

after two 'M"-- studies. She is The old church was built on ..
thf- d* **itrr nt Mrs. Mary Hep Parliament St. in 1882. Moat of I -- Come and See Dill at

burn nf Knowles. Cat Island and the members" live to the Southern sentenced to three months each ABC AUTO PARTS
a shier nf CaMn O Hepburn of District with the prorlso of their being
the 0 tetM Dfopaf'tnwont. deported earlier The number of
6124 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
Henry Alhrin McDonald a T9oJd Haitians now awaiting deportation
A merfna and yacht club areennetructed resident of Grecory Hown.deuthera. Is 17'
h.ISK at WernyssTlleht died at the Princess
rtuehera. and Is! exported' Minaret fleaphal Monday. June -- -... -
tn. be eww, >V RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
.
Tim VIM-M tM.ta has the prwtec- flay on a Bahamas Airways
Hwi of a Und-locked harbor l&nenrrncv fikht Sunday even in Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
w'** a mfnkmrnt ef eight' feet of a critical condition' It Is reported Improvement Ais'n *
Effective, palnleea, non.sur k.l office treatment at low soot-
wafer anti it SM bv SOO feet It that his clothes were ablate
...." convenient to the rich when he ran from a house he 2741 N.W. 49th St. ne .leea time or 'Income. Avoid surgery and heepltallutlen. Why

thh.. sort cruMfMt waters of the owned at Alice Town and two wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worst
Exwna Sound.ft bovs extlnffuhed the fire, A wo Pestilar meetlnrs lit and
irhone hat CONSULTATION FRII
'I"lItn name been with 4
M toiler died at his home held It| in poHce custody' In eonn -,3rd Monday nights of each Special. medkatlon. treatments, diet for arthritic, nourttle, ul.

"M T)" fee1er St Mr Bailey.rtAwn a .rtk>n with the' trafedy.MacDAnaJd month. Membership drive cere, blood pressure sinus, an.mlaat/ vigor, chronic. I......
croft tailor had been at was a native! of now on. All residents of of and .
men women.DR.
hte' ""fWt tmHH recently when bis nnefte't Hsrhour Cat Island Brownsville Invited to join '
!*e.Hi hewn to fall hut had moved to Eleuthera more LONG'S CLINIC A .""" MltHIMS S."leo
.
I than 30 years Sfo. Neat Adams P ..... S.W, 1.t It. FR 2.!741 a REDUCING
Falser h+ewen (Armbrose)
n"," .nn ,.f Mr and Mrs. UlyT R'r.ntlr' on thpolINo force W. C. Bawl lec',

I .-.c. >.VJI and grandson of Mrs.ordained rns wetnr N A Thompson. 'was
";,. +e h "M\-kf""'!' w.. to *r+ '9\.t aHlny chief IftI1MII"for! .
e.. r rut N f BWBBBaWBHMaBBBaBBlBBBBBBBllll i Bllll i nm 1
tfc* tritt xv1 of the Roman rmonr artma1 in -
ra**>nti Church on June 24. at _n? and Srt! W E Boyd.
BARGAIN IN
ct FVone Xavler's cathedral ." wMot on probation TV SICK ?
...
the M.* Rev Paul Leonard Haf- '
art* cyB' DD. effWatlnrF R. M ".n,.. PJ. died' at Wa LADIESSHOES
of. horn* in TV>rrh. Vr St: N."".
**. B twelt \* one
f_-"er of ten children who area! ".. oho unfit' of June tt, Mr.tt.fip Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

_.k4". anr'thw contrfbutlon toHe r wa.Y1.lmtJlWft tailor, SAME DAY SERVICE
b4 tncftnhfOl' He cme to the .
the secondtr
; t"-fo R.hsrnas Is CANCELLATIONS
Tl.h .at *. Man 50 '
.. nb-mJ.t" tr> be ordained m veor. arc ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
rl
f....... ".t4).A"". end was active hi -
. tn Se CathoMe Church .tt.. ti"litf..t'rf is and areneralnf AND SECONDS

..... ",.., nf t*** community.ie Picture Tube Special
(D tM nrt1flltt of nrht Mlle erf..rt a t+f'.n sought' by
neck Hrand Bahama has been ,_ttA-. fit fh.f' coonv on weighty. 561 N.W. 29th St.
e. ..ne. etf to Actinr! A-sfstant .n.eeeK. 1 7-1 NCH- $22.95 21.INCH--9.95
awe, ntftf14om of PoHce Tie has U .,,.,n.f'd bv a daurhter 'J -
eHore. ,.f the noMee store, the und two tens. .-
""" !'\4I ni ftf the' canteen and SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night $2.50
.--. .f the fvrchatinr'! for the A. r-r rfrven hv V- Dean Look! Look! Look!
rnong Nit. Calls Our Extra
trre.'wvftt.. 'rw'rf'tf f.Mpq tiro sftereoTHded Specialty-No Charfos
e. w!'h a Balmoral Why pay $20 for room
Trent 57. was found M,'" "''U. nn Jtm 1* IVan 'was when have kitchen RENT A TV
1..a _' 'r.tn n m Jane 19 at ....._I frtm,..,< mrurie. rt a you can a
t W..fP? B.K I near tf DelToote +t.J The driver of the bo Ihrinar room and Only $5.00 per week
T_,. t of.t wefched SAO ,........ 1t..t.n eat not tnittf'f"d.'fta" bath, for $13-50 per week.
ewrnde TT,. was taTfcin with a "" ... ,..... wore "- "' !, and the Rev. Bowles ha modern
fr'fiM ,.ti the haeh when hew -" ,.A rm* of the houses was a a Vets Radio & TV Co.
efficiency practically new,
w"""neri and enian'ed. In a few Jrt'W"kf'tt away
furnished tmfur Weed.
mtou *"' he was dead.affernoon. or
n.. .1m.27 fonr attune were
Sa ....ar -. June 19, r.l4 .?f1ty in the Ma....trateis 1851 N.W. lat Ct. 939 N.W. 3rd AvenueNS

"r'y+Mlre..1rlM eemnonJes" were ,..- M rntafnt the Bahamas Call FR 7-1206
hW for the rcnr Salem Baptist I .... t n.rt '#e'nfron' of the 7mm1-
lwrch on Taylor Street ta ration DeyKftnwnt Taey wets' -



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TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA INVESTING YOUR the money to rty for the thingt talking about More about that
they wanted and needed | next week. In the article -
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1960 MONEY This Idea Iflre so many other, "MONEY."
good ones we got from Europe:
*
By PAUL GIBSON found 1U way over to tats country -;: ------- ----- -----
This week starts a eerie of and the first cmpany of Its
I PRESENTS 2ND RIVER BOAT articles that could very well bt kind was started to 1904, with MUSIC LESSONS
I the most Important that you will only a few people taking advanetage
BIG FLOOR SHOW HEREA ever read. of the opportunity. Today1
there ISO companies of e 0
They will concern our future are over '
this kind with over four mil1lion J
and how we can build toward a
Mississippi River Boat hu more financially secure and com- people participating, and Spend a profitable summer
come to Miami. fortable life. with assets of ever' 10 billion taking piano and voice, lessons
steamboat it Money, of course is the necessary dollars. I I I The instructor Is a re
The paddle-wheel cornerstone on which to which In-'
I All of these people
and trained
cent
the fancy of young university musician
capturng build a secure life financially bat eluded rich ones, poor ones I
old as it cruises daily up ana it seams to slip through-our fingers banks. Insurance companies' and teacher with experience
down the lake of Greynolds Parka like quick silver. The harderwe schools, churches and hospitals,', in major choral
number of Metropolitan Miami's try to hold It, the faster it wanted to know that when prices These lessons
far-fluni system of public groups. are
runs away. go up (as they have been doing
Cmrkt About a hundred and thlrty- for the put 200 years) they would reasonable, can be continued -
Fifteen minute rides are available tight years ago a group" of men have dollars enough to pay for! indefinitely and will be
: for 23 cents. The double- who were having this same the goods and services they need taught at your home.
dock 26 foot minature steamer trouble decided to do something ed and wanted I Interested .
can: carry as many as 30 ptsseo about it They devised a plan that They are counting on the tad
sera It has a Ci-horseponrer engine worked. A plan "whereby people that as the population grows, the
and rambles ships which with a lot of money, and people could demands If economy Inflation which I Call NE 3-3973
with practically no money
operated; on the Mississippi Hirer
enter into this program with the we have had to live with continues -
years ago.Similar reasonable assurance that If they that they will share In
riverboats are locatedn stayed with It like they did with that increase and their dollars
( 12 other areas In the United their insurance policies or their will likewise Increase. |I Advertise! It Pays!
H 1::*rj, including Disneyland time payments they would have What kind of companies: are ire
.
- - - - -

.. 'u

C,rde Kiikns !is announcing the Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to Community:
cooung of the second! big Yore
ft-f the summer' at his! popular FOR A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
Ffevta Clufe on Thursday night,
July! 14. The show will featurea ; 4
TMinHur of name stirs now ap- '!> ,
1 **rlA leading Miami and t.
Mini. Beadit ntfht clubs and : ts&je &
hfitols in addition to severalatfeor -
well known night club stars.
KilteM has long been noted for
preaentatkn' of fine shows at his:
club and this time be Is going
ftii Mt to surpass even the best
of tfce ,..t. Door will open at !/II'
9 o'clock na that nlht, the ad-
rotation is $1.00 and for reservations
on tables close-up to t h e
dance fleer you may phone FR
4141.CORRWT1.
() '-In last week's
taw of the Times Hyde KiUens
picture. appeared' In an article on

Cafe TMs was Society's' an error being on the renovated.part of This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

the Ttm**' composing room. Thepicture
should have appeared In CUSTOM BUILT 3-BEDROOMS CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY CARPORT
,
th* artWe on the Fiesta Club
*boa. as it now appears above. ALL SCREENED FLORIDA PORCH, BUILT-IN G. E. OVEN & RANGE.

MASS MEETING ALL LARGE BEDROOMS WITH OVERSIZED LIVING ROOM. UTILITY -

POSTPONED ROOM. CLOSE TO SCHOOLS. ON THE WATERFRONT. N. W.

The committee for Human 155TH ST. PUT UP DEPOSIT. ONLY $995 DOWN. PICK YOUR
i1'lffy' announced' today the
p.stoonesnent of a mats meeting COLORS.
whWtI ted been scheduled for I
TMr-say evening. July '7. This
hft.e came abntt because of the
SPARKLING NEW I LIBERTY CITY
tisane' element Th chairman of
the fianrftn romnlttes had not LIBERTY CITY AREA
!had Hw to complete the strategy 3> bedrooms 2 baths North Small home. Furnished, on large

involved in staging such! a meetIn Miami Beach. Shower doors ONLY $495 DOWNI lot. Priced at $5,995 $495

*. oven and heaters, shopping .
TV eflnrHnHt heads wilt meet' range down, $60 monthly. Why pay
cm Th. ray instead Plans then center. mortgage at $79 month. A very rent when you can own
w4H be map ;- d out for' the tmeH4 cute home for small family. your
slaee. nf the new mass meet- See 1523 N.E. 152nd St. : home.
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Nicely landscaped.
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