The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 16, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00223

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Ask orPublic. HearingWhite .

1 Token IntegrationNot

Employer Guns EnoughSix

N'efro student prtvlooalyhrrvd
from white schools In the
Miami area have asked for
Down 5 Negroes pert+1k hearing under the PupIl
.r t Agent Law Attorney O. K
,, Graves announced this wrk.
4 forOuad Mid the six: are among'
M 'l!"M La Three Negroes Dr John Burton coroner Graves
E t.> death Wednesday and i'a Parish identified the 12 Negro pupita mbone requests
.N. n. cntkralry" wounded In dead as Albert Pitts 24; DavidLe to switch te white schools, were
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.> ..' ;ment with their whiteSurff Pitts 24; and Marshal Alfred trend dawn by the
y i rrJ 1"1'tt'," 'er. Johnson. 19. June :M.
J' t 1---B-1sJIEMRERSIiP Bailey Grant said the Grant said tre two wounded One of tile six wants to *o to

INCREASE LARGEST The Ike Smalls 1''fOr.. abet bv Robert Fuller, men Willie Charley. and Ernest North Miami Hifh, one to Carol
and four
tank service. UeFariand were in critical conditiefi City Junior
of stgtic
rmner a
Award for the NAACP branch showing the largest increase Grant booked Fuller 1 about 40. with wounds from the 12. Bementary In Op,

In membership in 1959 went to Orange County, i rn an open chartje pending further nuffc shotgun Fuller had loaded Lock dl.i i
Relafonte' I investttatlon.Grant with buckshot All live within walklnc
Fla. branch. Award I-presented by Morfnirite
Officers' said all five News' tale of there schools but are
to Miss Victoria Ca elles, treasurer of the Florida State was unable to five a were armed with knives and one farced' to travel three to four

Conference of tranche during Fight for Freedom Fund of motive' Fuller's for neifhbors the JhMtf send c. but Fuller one of the Injured men still had a miles to Opa Locka or Liberty

Dinner in St. Paul June 23. Awards dinner wa a highlight told him several' days a. he was rift knife!. In his hand when they ar- City The to school Negro aehoels board: last month

of 51et annual NAACP convention there June 21-86. eprtiaf tl'CMlbleitta some of Police< said three of the men ranted the requests of two other
Mrs. Belafonte i 1-8 co-chairman of NAACP Fight for Freedom Ms Negro workers He asked the reportedly went to Fuller's MuM Negro student, thus scheduling
nel M or to k*. welds on the
for next September -
token desegregation
he not at
Fund. Tuesday night wa
house ,.rttN..ft, at nt,ht.
I I h me. They returned' with the at two schools In North
Miami Reach. They are Fulford
--- other two Wednesday morning
and called Fuller from the house Elementary' and North Miami

Miami Ministers to armed When he Fuller returned saw' they to the were house Beach Junior APPEALS Hlfh.OIBSON a

came back with the shotgun and announced' then
I Graves also>>
as the men advanced '
started shooting sqrrefatum -
I appeal a
on him officers aakL Board
drcMoa to the State
Appeal Judge's Ruling of !1tJuC'.a uon.
CITY DROPS It was made on behalf of'rlscol.rs
Gibson Jr. son of em.
Tallahassee Circuit Judge W, PATROLMENSTATUS head of the Miami branch f rho
May Walker Wednesday banded I FOR want to switch from Booker T.
down one of his usual antl-, Washington to Jackson Hljth.
FBI Nabs 3 Bombersof OFFICERSThe aim
NAACP decisions when be held NEGRO The school board turned
that two prominent Miami mln- Greater Miami Urban down Vwice, apparently because
titers and NAACP 'leaders mustanswer Leaflue advises that as of July he lives nearer to Wsihlniton.
questions of the Florida IS. the Police Department of the Graves has arned. however, that
Lrfblathre Investigating Com- Negro Colleqes City of Miami has discontinued residence. is not a criteria Jar
mlttee.Tn! fee Patrolman status far Negroes I white students who want to at-
., on t tit' _SJQI.-.r'_.. for e T he pal i ee U4td Jackson.
a ratine filled with !*falffobbledeitnok I aamlte; some bulldiAgs but did I department is now seeking quailfled The pupil aaaifnment law permit
the scspefattonlst applicants for the poeHiOM students who lose their appeal
Iud,. said that falter of the I I not elaborate. t a.Ma kM which lal ROW *fMMfeA* .* to the leeal board to. carry
HANDEDLittle as JPH ja aaj r
RED u4nta of Philander Smith .... level From
Rev T R Gibson vicar of Christ Vfrilea la Mould Ale on or heron I them to tM.
Episcopal Churrh and prealdent Collage last. spring fifured' in a ...... Au.w. 1 at tlie City ....... they ran appeal to the Clr-
of the Miami NAACP. and the Rnek. Ark Throe .aw*>er of !uah counter aU.iaa. f M>.m< Civil Service H ard.Ml cult Court of Lees County.
..I.... by fee au the wool! with
Rev R T. Graham, minister of *hite f men were an earoll- Pan AmertCM Drive Dinner
Mt Zlon Baptist Church: : to answer FBI Tuesday and charged 'with meat of Me .has diamfesed "'IU- Key ;;;-;- Max- u-
the committee's questionswill trying to blax up a donattorybulMla tar cl..jM for summer vacation Vacancy: PoHeeman. in. Ml H*. I
be deemed contempt of at Philatttfer Collet tar Only a row students are s aUeadte Starting salary: $340 per month I ft I m 390 lbs t
court" and punished accordingly.. Necroes. summer seK ai classes. (fpu! additional I frina ......t*).I.Ir.kJeetloll I Vision: Normal or eoneetd.Chdrset. .
Judge, Walker said Two hours after the arrests, '-1( CalIpH said be did not know : High acbeol graduate f' A stringent character -
The NAACP will appeal the expkMlon s o** l a ssnaU warehow how many sUid.i U. If any, were ib.gsu.rern.n4a. I tnve''iratlon to qualify.
circuit Jud,.'. ruling to the Florida of the LIttle Reek school >n ttW collet building when the J-h.ka'' demands: Age limit 21 Athletic test* A complete' ath.
Supreme Court district only 10 Work from Ike. uombing attempt was made to 3* I I..4c test (Including swlmmlnj a
Methodist eeUege. No Me was shorty! after midnight. Hefht: and weight Minimum m r rrrm f loo ya:"a-)>>

In a letter to nosing attorney hurt i i 1--
Judge Walker directed the com I J. J. Casper FBI atoM m STATE PARK
mittee counsel Mark Hawes of chart at Little sock, said two of
Tampa, to draw up an order' re- .rat.MY
the mo were .. CLOSED AFTER
Gibson to
qulrtnt Graham and
4le MMiaC
we lighting a
appear before the eommrttee in a small biaek bas load ,
a fuse in a '
hearing on July 27 at the state ed wtth 40 rtkks of dyaamUe.Pottce NEGROES PICNIC j.'j:1
capitol to answer questions Chief R E. OUsseoek : wI

Judge Walker said that Gibsonmust said his men had been fuardistf Daytona .*eh Tonnes.
brio with him the membership a nuaaber of public buiMiAgs IB !itf,'*'' Food' wa f"1oIf'd Txifd"affr I
hats of the Dade County Little Rock for several day "for I I two btt. ln n4a of Ncr
NAACP branch from which \0tdUIy. security ,...tc..na.He. added police rh''dren HmWcM In an area
had learned of a plot to dy difnatd for white persons
Waller A. c.ld.... assistant
tUr+ttor of 4h* Florida hoard of
Crashed Parfc aarf Hl oric MenvrJa' ,

I Youth by Truck ; oral 1ftII.add about admit 1M entered oWWren the and white WY.I. .

An 18-year-old truck driver
I, I! He said the park wee dosed onoMew
ALL-NEGRO was critically injured WiiinssslsyMQ of Jabs Pit Robertson of
milt he WM eau kt bea Sari Mia+ atiiirfiisn af the state
TOWN 73 YEARS II tawto baokiag truck sad a bore..

OLD railroad boxaar.IfialeaJt I
CaMw and pk pertonne
Mound Bayou, )11M.na..:! poltee said Robert E. woe vm4.. ar4ats Rot to create
coramealty has .* ..Ji. cireumytaaeea. -
oldest aU-Nerro a dtsturbAe tn* er s
Harris of 2141 NW Wrt at. haduat
observed iu 73rd birthday. sad 10 the grata wasshiwn 1In"OJt' Hrwyweficht boxing
Founded July 12. tsa?. Mound. > flnUKed ualoMiac" oar to the whit4 area after itsited \ r ONTIUBITION -
Bayou was first settled by Ida a< ISM &rwa/i ld Hay and Grain the way muse remarked champion FIb P,. -..t"r n c- 'r"'rr,1 p'i" rc'i'rd-flmtBhing.

T. Montfonuery and Bccfamln T. Co.. Mt W. tad at. when Ltwia the! ,. from dust 134 am until victory thin week ty purchaMn;' a $:,00 NAACP Life
GreeD.Q..., of Confed- about 3 J.m.. he said.Tor. the ANOcl..tJon's Brooklyn branch.
erat* H 'etferaon Davis A. Turner who also .iv.. at ts>a1st Membership through
errance tndudre0 -I ....* bacMd a ttvak upham. waa HA dfetttrbanee.eardliK From left are Patterson, Father Archibald V. McLet*
the fouadcrs ..' Harris waa tt. IB) ., to Park Suf*. F. H, laUen.on's priest, who aelfcKed the ht+mberahip and ft.
& program ....... .,. mtstIIr1e1u CIfrMr. w4' a eked the gates onCabfcralTs I II RWey Dent, president of Ole Brooklyn unit. 1

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M} OF CONVICTION. The : s. Miss Estelle Walleris
great movements: in human history at Christian Hospital for a
iU great epochs have been shut stay. Mrs. Marian Henry has
marked by the rise of some strong been confined to Christian for
personality Someone has well quite a few weeks. Hurry up*
uid that it is the man with a girls get well! I j II I t e 1
great conviction that has changedthe I I
course of history. Luther at BIRTHDAY GREETINGS! Mrs.'
Worms, with his, -Here I stand Rose Sawyer, Dade's first Negro
I can do no other, so help me volunteer Red Cross -worker i
God/ Patrick Henry with IUs.G1'Ye (1913) will be 80 years young 4 '
- me liberty or give me July 18. "Aunt Rose" has been a YA'r
death"; Abraham Lincoln with member of Christ's Church for Ei
his, "house divided against Itself 4 years July 14 Mrs. Sara
cannot stand"; Gov. Rickefelkr Mobley; July 15, Mrs. Ida B.
with his, "Peace does not mean Jackson and Mrs. Rachel Pratt; iii'Doreth
fcetp4esnest, Stability does not July 10, Mrs. Anette McNeal; _..
mean nakedness And both July 17, Mrs. Helen Jones
pe'aC'eud .
stability are served only by Mtselene Y Nicholson; July 18, Deborah Davis and The groom, a Junior at Tennessee ter of the bride, and Mrs. Jay
such a system of controls (over Gladys Session; July 19, Mrs. William Henry Mingo chose Sunday A&J Is a member of Saunders Redding of Han ,ton,
arms) as will strengthen the Letha Williams, Hezekiato Pratt;; June 26. the bride's birthday Omera Psi Phi fraternity I Va. the wife of Dr. Jay Saua- I
'July 20. Armelia in wedlock Out-of-town guests were Miss ders Reddlnr. an author and ia-
sense of security' of all nations; or Smith. i to join
Roy Wilkins executive secretaryof St James AME Church was Lillie Davis of Philadelphia sii- structor at Hampton Institute

the NAACP. with his "This THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK. the scene of the wedding with ------ -- _
fixKrement for equal rights, has No man who stands for the right Her. IL McNeal Harris officiating. '
torn too stow It has become stands alone. We are all afraid of The bride, given in marriage by
bcgfrd down. in barefaced po being in minority. We dislike to her brother-In-law. Jonathan W. IATVSICK
litical opportunism and selfishness .considered different We shun Trrarston, wore a gown of chan- ?
It has ignored world developments ridicule, and often wilt before I tilly lace, covering tiers and tiers
and emerging realities strong opposition. But "they are of tulle.
that were apparent even to ..Ivesno dare not be in the Her waist-length circular veil
regimes. ,,"hidunlike our awn, right with two or three." of tulle was supported by a Then dial FR 4.2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
were not founded as free democratic crown of lace fkmlshed with SAME DAY SERVICE
government" these New of Royal pearls.' She carried a bouquet of
and other memorable utterances white carnations, highlighted with ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
have distinguished the great tran- white orchids in the center." Mrs.
sJUots in history. Twenty ClubThe Carl Johnson, sister of the bride
served as matron of honor. The Picture Tube Special
Royal Twenty Wanen'sClub
Miss Q1ftDdo-
bridesmaids were
of Coconut
the first Negro ever toserve Grove held its lyn Moon and Mrs. Eunice Mays. NCH-$22.95 21-INCH-$29.95
regional forthn&ghtly meeting at
identical dresses of
They wore
the home of Mrs. Ermatine Hoi-
TOJLM COMMITTEE aided in tea I vile green' silk organza over taffeta -

giving strength to the civil rights Mrs Ada Belle Dunn and Mrs. and carried yellow carnation SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night ... ........ 52.50
!plank when she significantly re- Rosa Lee Hall bouquets.
gave a report
marked. "How can we gain the the recent meeting, of the State George Torres attended the Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges
respect of the nations of the Federation of Women's dubs. groom. The groomsmen were
world If we ad lpt a weak civil Another milestone was passed James) Mingo and Nathaniel RENT A TV
rights plank Winning. isn't Johnson.The
u as the women of Royal Twenty
important as being right Wearen't paid their last installment on the little Misses Sharon Dyes Only $5.00 per week
winning at all if nee doG,
furniture for the children's
roomat and Corinthia Harmon served as
win right"VACATION the new Christian Hospital: flower girls. The ring bearer was

$3402. Vernon Maddox. Vets Radio & TV Co.
TIME is traveling. Plans are being formulated fora The bride's mother Mrs. LUlle
time. Two weeks ago Miss Mar- Royal 27s Day I Davis !very wore a French Imported
Mrs. JIrberThornw.on: to Nassau Mrs Louie McClarien thanked aqua lace.
for a vactton.: While there, the charming hostess for the delicious Mrs William Henry Mingo. 939 N.W. 3rd Avenue
they were guests at the Mayfair repast which was enjoyed mother of the groom chose a
Hotel located in West Day Sti, by all blue lace over taffeta.
The handsome Earl Thompson,!I The next meeting will be heldon Immediately following the wed
their dose relative, extended Sunday. July 10, at 14801 ding ceremony a reception was . I
many courtesies The Nassau I I PoUc St, Richmond .Heights with held on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs.
Lodge of which Mr. Thompson is Mrs Lassie McClarien entertaining Jonathan Thurston brother-in-
secretary, signally honored Miss]I law and sister of the bride. Mrs. Sunlight School of
Thompson by dedicating a musical Leroy Perry' served as hostess assisted :
selection to her during. an I ANNUAL i I by Mrs. Dorothy Gray,
evening of festivities. She is al! MIAMI Mrs. Ada Mae DeVeaux and Mrs. Beauty CultureIS
leacher at the Moton Guy Walker. '
school of Dade County EJemental71 p. PICNIC', The bride is a soror of Delta
Helen Kelley (Ellen Jane) left I Sigma Theta Sorority and is a NOW OFFERING A

Sunday for an extended Island-! SATURDAY, JULY 23rd teacher 'at the Holmes Elementary
hopping visit She will be the I School ADVANCED COURSE IN

guest of relative and_ friends in ____._ I
their water---front summer cot- I II Contour Hair Shaping,

tages. Mrs. Kelley will spend I Hair Styling
most of the: time In Savannah
Sound. Geumera in a "family" Central life Insurance Co. Basic and High Fashion
house overlooking the Atlantic Hair ColoringWet
Ocean. The house is filled with
many nostalgic historic memoriesof
five generations of Gibson CONSIDERATION THEIR Setting

and Thompsons pioneers of Savannah FEATURING
THOMPSON Mrs. Kelky's grand New Family Group PlanFather pr Mrs. Ella Moncur
daughter went along to see the
sights. Miss Thompson Is a first Mother, Children-All Under One Premium A Hair StylistDemonstrator
grade teacher at Orchid Villa
Elementary School ).(r. and Newborn Automatically Insured at Birth and
their children KEVIN and VEL- For Lester's Beauty
DA LOUISE are vacationing in Very Economical Family Protection: in Any Amount i' Products
the land of the pink pearls From
Mrs. Lucretia Coleman and her I
.sister' Mrs. Sadye Johnson are Classes Begins
taking in the sights down New $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The .a
Mexico way and in the midwest July 11

of Mrs Rose Sawyer "is goingto Company Also Offers Other Attractive And k Mon end Tvse. Evenings

be the house guest of his sister Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs S.-00 until ItOO
for three months. Mr. Sawyeris ELLA MONCUR. Instructor Wednesday ..... to nee*
a resident of Nassau Rev.
and Mrs. Howard Demeritte of I I COMPLETE FIVE WEEKS COURSE $100
Coconut Grove are delighted
ban their granddaughter HILDA Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office $25.00 Down-Terms Arranged

for a MARY long anticipated POrnER. with visit them Miss 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa Fla. Certificate awarded at completeion of study

Polder is from the section of Call FR 4-9998 NE 5-2821 or mail in coupon below
Nassau popularly known ul) OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Grants Town Arriving from I am interested in the new advanced .......k euree yen are .*./.

York 8t. AJbans are Mr.Long and Island Mrs. New KENNETH MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH Ing. I am a ( ) Op.rat.r ( ) Ih..r ( ) Tee1

DEMERITTE. Mrs. De. 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N Rosemary Ave. NAME

Meritte (Grace) a former North
Carolinian" and her husband will ADDRESS
live with her mother in Coconut 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St.

Grove. The Demeritte clan will I CITYMIAMI
have a partial family reunion
during the month of August > ...-. s_

... ..... V"""'> ......... ......- Williams MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Along Freedom's Road WeddingFriday

evening, August 1, Mrs.
I RUTH tAAY Ruth Ferguson, daughter of Mr.
y and Mrs. J. Mackey, was marriedto
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Wesley J. Williams. The attendants -
The other day I was talking many census statistics For example -' were Mrs. Louise Russell -
with a young Negro woman whose farmers, farm laborers and Mrs. Anthony Reddick.
former home hires In South Carolina and other laborers constituted! asi I The ceremony was performed by
This young woman does do much as 62 percent of all employed ,I Rev L. A. Thompeon.BARMAIDS .
rnestk work' here at she did In Negro men and only about
South Carolina but when- I asked 28 percent of all employed! white
her If she wanted to fo back men. A few years ago 1on1y about BALLAn
there to work she fare an emphatic 5 percent cf all employed Negro event of unusual interest
"no." Our conrersaUon' men compared with approximately will be held on the evening' of
finally reached' the Important Issue 30 percent of employed Sunday. July 31 From 5 pm. that
: bow do wages compare between white men were enraged in professional afternoon until the festivitiescease
Miami and her' old hometown !. semi-c rofewional, propriety later that night, the bar
? I thought I had become managerial' and elt"flcalr and restaurant' employees of
inured to feeling any great shock sales occupations( Dade County will enjoy themselves
when I heard of such discriminatory If he can get himself hired the at their annual MidSummer .
practices, but I am certain minority worker often finds that Barmaid's Ball. This
that my mouth fell open when he is being paid less than other swinrinr affair will be held at
she told me that the prevailing workers This ware discrimina the fabulous new King of Hearts
ware for house work in her home lion is sharply evident in studies Club. 6000 NW 7th ave opposite
town is $15 per week with erery made of individual cities and iseepoeially Shell's) and will feature
other Sunday off exaggerated in the dancing rifts and door prizes I
South, (as shown by my story and a complete floor show at :
ICONOMICS 18 ilQREOATtO about the young woman from Bill: ,.-jn. This will rive those ,
TOO South Carolina.) people 'rho would usually be at
Next week we will continue I work the opportunity to see and
The young woman went on to our lock at the problem of economic enjoy all of the foremost entertainers -
tell me more. Her last employer discrimination. In the in the area who will In- '
paid her 11700 per week but meantime" remember that membership Ute guests to the affair.
only after' a solemn pledge was in the NAACP wt:: be I
taken not to dhrulfe this to anyone strikinr a blow at all forms of One of the highlights of this
because my neighbors' wiD prejudice. and in this particular occasion is the popularity contest z -
think I am pampering you and case" of economic discrimination, which will see the winnerof .
setting you up U a bad example prejudice in this are will be the event receive a week in
for other' Negroes greatly diminished' U more and Nassau for his or her prire, .
I found out too that economic more Negroes add their voices and some lucky Individual
reprisals are not Iud fitments of and determination to the cause of will be awarded a $50 Savings
the knarination South Carolina equal rights.ftoli Bond Mu ic will be provided by
they are trim realities." W C Baker and his. orchestraand
Just as voting requires courage p in ad and fortitude in this state so also King of Hearts Revue there will : /
does the campaigning! for better be appearances" by guest < wares and more Job oppor br MesArtmtotrn I ('LJ .I.' ...
tunities. Both could mean economic

reprisals, and then economic to the festivities .Is CLEAN..CLKAN I I ? i iA.
disasterSLAVERY ft 00 advance (from your favorite &
I barmaid bartender waiter or
IN THE WAGE waitress) or $125 at the door eb
SCALE and table are free Since thereare WE MEAN THAT THE ,
no reservations the limitedcapacity w"
Perhaps this example I hare' will be restricted to. CRISPEST DRIEST MARTINI _.
just written about will make us ft"'*,- '*sne. first served basis. UNDER THE SUN IS MADE ..
see a little dearer why some s
Southerners want the status quo I You ar.IftVitC'd to attend this WITH CLEAN-TASiING ,
to remain. It could be a PUf't"t'l partv and honor our bar and rot FUISCHMANN'S GIN .wemits
selfish scheme to keep on getting 'aurant' employee with your ,.
work done at cheaper rates because presence on Sunday, July SI, 5
the work: Is being done by I pm at the Kin* of Hearts Club.
Nefroes If Negroes can be forced N'uff red! Gene on out for a ws mi en
for car reason or another, to really We "shew* and a swinging Ins uiKM, CUA M rtwf m RHKIMM
accept" discriminatory wares, why I pd tune' -
pay more* I ..... -

A man's or woman's riffet to an .. ..
equal chance to utilize fully I his
or her skills and knowledge is ':' ... j
essential in our democracy Ac .
cording" to The Report of former non Stuart grandson oi : MIA 'Q
President" Truman's Committee Mrs Rhoda Thompson 4023 SV)
on Civil Rl"du.n1mlnaUon pi IWth at. West Hollywood. H ,
employment damares lire, both pendlnc' his vacation with hk
the bodies! and the minds of those grandmother Officer Stuart favisiUni
disdrmlnated aralntt and those from Nassau I
discriminate It blights and per.verts LIfETIME OF
that healthy ambition to Lilv Whites
Improve' one's standard of living I
which we like in say is peculiarly Celebrates FirstAnniversary INCOME OPPORTUNITY SECURITY
American It fenerates' fear I
insecurity resentment division
and tension in our society"' I BOYS GIRLS 18 TO SO MEN WOMEN
u!, White Security
Dtscrimlation Is most acutelyfelt wiry celebrate its flr1annhrersarr School' Sufficient for Many Jobs
bY minority rroup members Stmdav July 54 3pm Grammar
In their inablity to ret a fob at Greater Bethel AMF. 0
suited! to their qualifications, E*- Church 545 VW Wh etA I THIS IS YOUR OPPORTUNITY
elusion of Nerroea' Jews and very erecting program hai.
other minority croum in the process been arran** f for this oce inn : t Lilt: fr CIVIL SERVICE POSITIONS /* roes Aroo
of hiring is effected' in var- There will be erownter of thi hePoro Now
|1.fIIU. wars by newspaper advertiement queen for the one' wh ours thlarf STATE FEDERAL JOBS OPEN JI
requesting nnly whites, ".t amount In th* variouikxires THOUSANDS OF CITY
or gentiles to apply, by res stra- that take a part in tht FIRST YEAR
lion or application blanksnn contest First second and thin AS HIGH AS 4,490.00
which a space' It reserved' for primes wtfl He awarded to thcontettanta <
-race" or "relirlon" the ar- The public is cordially Automatic Pay Raises
Wtrary poHcy of a company official invited. trf1START 1 a
in eharpe of hiring and I Mrs Margaret Carey U distrie Paid Sick Leave

many others deputy JT a Paid Vocations 4

JAR DISCRIMINATIONThe ___ __w__ .__.. with
majority Job seeker often' a All Holidays |

finds that there are fields of erapkmnent NEED CASH No Strikes *. t
Miere application Is *' *
futile no matter how able or well $25 to $600CALL No layoffs
trained he is. Too discrimination -.
in hlrinc has forced many minor- PL 8.3 6 5 3 Meet New Friends

itv workers into low paring and Liberal. Pentium .
often menial ,Jobs such as common IDEAL LOAN CORP. .
laborer and domestic servant Keep Your Present Job While. Training \ Rr
Striking differences between 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. I MONTNItrAYtaINTS
the occupations of whites I, LOW DOWN /A
and N croa have been shown in\ r If YOU ARE A U.S.aTIZIN-INTfRtSTtD IN YOUR FUTURE




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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960 plans.
The Planning Board is looking into Miami's future. JUST BROWSIN'By

We will see just how our commissioners feel about this PAUL R. HENRY

progressive plan. ..v
The city fathers are also worried over budget poli Two Important treats this
des. They want to know whether the Circuit Court or week the National Demo.
the city adminL traion will decide personnel and budget era tic Convention and the All
Star baseball fame.
In the contention It was John
Offkt at 1V12 N.W. Third Avt. Miami. Florida ho", FR a.uIIPIa"t Spearheading this legal test is commissioner B. E. F. Kennedy all the nray. He waj
at 6740 N.W. 15th Avtnu.-Phont OX 10421 Hearn. It came about after suits filed by eight policemenwho nominated on the ,first ballot by
the failed to them although a big majority.
charged that city promote
H. E. 8IOI8MUND REEVES Editor an baseball it was the National -
Garth C. Reeves Managino Editor and BwalntM Manager there were vacancies and this was a violation of League afl the way taking
their civil service rights. Four decisions favored the both games from the American
1leeerd JM fferntxl at )11,,",'. Morkta utnlrr the act of March H, 1111. police. Starring were Willie
--- The city is appealing to the Third District Court of singled tripled homered Mays who
Mernbrr nf the \-xt.t" Nr ro PrranMrmbrr two
Appeals. Ernie Banks singled
";;ik1; ;;; and hit a home
of the Sew ; .r PublUh* AnanrtatloaTltKlN run; Stan ICtulai
a home run; Del CraadelL borne
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: / OK TIIM M-XIHO I'II:4M" PROMINENT MIAMIAN DIES run; Ken Dyer. homer.Segregationists .
TUB MvflllO rif>'.H hrllrt/r- that Amrrtrm can bed l. wl the world
from racial awl.| national m. clonl-m. when It nrrfnU In rerj man On Monday of this week Miami lost one of her most In Famrrille,
rricarillfMi fit race. miser or .,..,..1. hU human AIM! If'tcl H ht*. haunt Va. who set a goal of $300,000 for
outstanding citizens-former Mayor Abe Aronovitz. He
no IMAM, fearing no sewn-Ihr >rcrn Pro Mrltrw to help err 7 m*.. construction of a segregated
In ts*> ann brllrf lht all sewn art hurt a* lone .. an>iMM'> In held died at the age of 61 in the Jackson Memorial Hospital school hare raised $160,000 of
.... after a week's confinement from a blood ailment that amount.

Abe Aronovitz was born in New York but spent most Chairman of the
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK of his life in Key West and Miami Authority Thomas Manuel Turnpike reports
He was a man of sterling character, keenly interested an average of 18,500 cars using

POLITICAL in all phases of life in the community.As mc the th.turnpike That's dally a record so far for this 11
When you read this the National Democratic Convention mayor of the city he was the mayor of all classes days.
in Los Angeles Cal., will be o'erVe believe you and sought to help all clashes.!

were just as interested as we were, and that you watched Well do we remember his fight with the F. P. and L. of After 58 years against the sale
liquor in Leon'
television bring you news of the convention the same as Co., resulting in the return of four million dollars to electricity change has been made.County On Tues, a
we did. users. day; 8,214 voters went wet.
It was interesting I listening to speeches, nominationof lie has !served) a!* one of the directors of the Greater 8,119 remained dry. The majority
favorite sons and governors. Miami Urban league. Funeral services were held on are for package Ales only.

Interesting too. was the platform plank of the Demo Wednesday. The crisis In the Congo comes
crate; especially the latter part dealing with Civil Right at a very bad time. The looting
It was considered the strongest Civil Rights statements and riots reported will not help
new nation. Let
THANKS us hope the
included in any previous planks. United Nations will be able to
As to be expected the South did not approve and offered We acknowledge with thanks a personalized copy of help them restore order and
a minority report. An effort to drop the Civil Rights the 1960 "Rattler" yearbook of the Florida Agricultural brine peace to the nation.

flection of the committee's report was rejected by a large and Mechanical University sent us by C. J. Smith III. The pews at the Church of the
majority. director of public relations.The Incarnation were not sponsored
yearbook i is tine by the Episcopal Churchwomcn
a piece of work, the best we
Florida well at this convention
was represented as we reported' last week but
have seen in the nine by
There was Go,". LeRoy Collins, permanent chairman who years of publication of the Rattler.' the Saints Ann-Margaret Chap.
tula tlon-s.
made a very good speech and presided with credit. There 'I'ICongra women.ter of the Episcopal Church:

was Senator George Smathers (favorite son) whose name
was placed in nomination. There was Sen. Spessard Hoi fI .
land who spoke out against the Civil Rights part of the
platform. We didn't like Florida being numbered among '

the ten states opposing Civil Rights, but she was among 4) c- k
them. Governor-elect Farris Bryant also attended.

However, there will be differences of opinion and # f- ;:;;:

the South seems to have taken the adoption of the plat- .
form in a sportsmanlike way. 1 uaao Lw...

To the nomination, the Kennedy forces did not makea ZAT IZT rulaAYV

vain boast They said Kennedy would be elected on the ., urr rent rraa... 1
first ballot and that Is exactly what happened.Sen. .
Lyndon Johnson has been elected as vice president
The Kennedy-Johnson ticket will be hard to beat
comes November.We t
will be looking forward to the Republican National 0
Convention in August in Chicago. It will be quite

Interesting to compare platforms. _

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LOCALLYThe ,;ir-j-; I

Grand Jury reports on the business methods of ;,.. '
the Jackson Memorial Hospital, seeing them as being un r ;
businesslike and sloppy. The jury recommends that the '\

county set up its own hospital( collection department. I .

Last year the hospital paid $45,875 in collectionfees O. wo Qd c6 t o1;
while write-off billa amounted to $5,200,279 includ w"" u, w
ing approved charity.

Metro has or i* making plans to set up a collection
department for the hospital aa recommended by the SUPERMARKETKITCHEN
Grand Jury-

There were other criticism made, some of which
Dr. Kermit Gates director of the hospital said were un- i "w

true. ...... I
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Tuesday's Miami Herald reveals that the city tax. j !
payers have been paying some insurance for six top officials : j

without authorization. Their dependent are included ,. .
in the health insurance.This A modem ELECTRIC RHFRIGERATOR,FREEZER ,
tow bush aDd frozen foods 4 a udaty food caw
has and
been Iota
the of Ice
custom for more than 30 too. savra
years. for trhatnw you want, for wou just rack
There are -1,000 other employees who pay from marry defrosting 1.4 YU 1110 ar UDapeded ru-ta. Fra.t.-t:. model art "
$6.50 to $19.00 a month for the group insurance. CaD be stared ID the sego-sooe section-cute tm shopping tripe -way down. Pwi.hahIe foods
City officials will give this matter consideration. Deeded &Ava 110KgT-yon
up on'bpadass"at bargain sn.-.t bttar CaD Rock s
If It's lawful for the commissioners to receive such SAYOIOtfO, J'UkaUNO -slideout and .t lees CDIt-CIDDIIne Ieftoteta
consideration, it should be lawful for all city employees put arerythmf fat easy sight and ram 11rinc-out abeIne aDd food dnwett
to receive it. Time toMredreMyour oldfashionedreftifvatorT f
Insist oa a modern Aa ELECTRIC HOME
The City Commission has received plans from the ALL-BLSCTRIC refriferator. btmt+ FREEZER ta*. ft.

Planning Board for recreational facilities covering a 10- freeter.Ifs cheaper to U. .cbaapsr SSSapssSS I

year period and costing an average of a million dollar oooWrkitchta liJiBja,aad wffl maintain dearer* I
a year.

The plans Include'irginia Key development 66 new .11 rill O1apLAr.er row Ill r.,. I
playgrounds, 35 baseball diamonds 63 tennis courts, FLORIDA OEALEae MOW '
three golf courses, swimming and wading pools and community "OWER LIGHT "
fIM a &
centers. .
The Planning Board suggests that the commissioners -tkJ .
approve the report as part of the city's urban renewal ;:. I



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F School over his role in the att-

CONVICED FOR Attorneys A. P. Tureaud and7'
T Johnny Jones hare filed notice of
a !: : 6306 SIT-INS appeal on behalf of the student

...-... ... Southern University student pro-
1 ,. dent protest leaders including ODe JOIN NOW!
r a who is an NAACP assistant field
secretary, were sentenced here on Miami Branch
July 5 to 30 day in Jail and
$100 fine for their participation NAACPMEMBERSHIP
I in it-in demonstrations.
i The NAACP stat member U DRIVE
r Donald Moss who Joined fee As
: s .M sociation's youth division aa an Marian Muldro .. .,r.-
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James Dillard upon his retire '
ment. Mr. Dillard served efficiently d PI.
as a mechanic. at Liberty
Square for 17 years and was well
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liked by alL Tenants and employee I
congratulated him on
reaching retirement age and exprrsaed : .i.i1L
regrets in his leaving. .f
Pictured are tto right T 1
Miller William F Cox. Mesdames
C. F. Bethel and D. J Ausborn 1L
Jr. and Sr. cash1n-bookkec-era. .
Miss C. V. Ford Maim clerk It
M. Rolle. A. P Tynes A Alley
Second row: Maim. Supt. J,
CoUon Jr. IL Black. s:. Hepburn,
assistant manager, E. Drunson. i
F White E. Thompson. B. Dell.
E. Woodard J. Dillard E. E.
KenuA Housing Mgr.
Third row O. Pollock.' R A.
Cuhner, R. G. Edxecombe. S. J. GORDONS GIN
Counts Jr. Henry N Clarke M' A amaU out lively croup of
A. Saunders. Dell R. Mandy.Not fronds; were guests of Joe Key Intoner
shown. Mrs L. K Smith, t of hs: birthday at the love-
rental -secretary, and J James M. Reid, nationallj ty home'of Mr, and Mrs. OswaldNils at yo s kava a taat forte r iM
Dixon. ( ) Thompson of OVa Locka.
known newspaper' man has been A lovely repast was preparedand tear ...... arwayi ask for

Ushers Annual Tea station appointed WFEC news, director according of to radio an served by Mrs. Thompson. An Oerdasft mtltmtte Loodoa Dry Gin. 14.2'a
announcement by NoUa: array of drinks were served by tnoovJi and dry...
To all members and friends, jfrrt rtender" Joe, while lUaU :.r-
the Usher. Board Union Association general manager of WF C. I flatted, drank ate and playedbid a/aocb d.flcata fiavor... 1. .
wiU sponsor its annual tea Reid served as new' editor of' whist.Enjoying CM eeJo1 It mtAJOim f"n ,._."
Sunday. July 11 from 4 to 6 pm the Pittsburgh: Courier and managing the affair were. Edward ? 1llreti
at Dixie Park, the guest speaker editor of Color Magaiixui i' Cant. Elijah Larrfanore,
wtt1 be Father Robinson. prior to coming to Miami lie will Amos Larrimore. Robert Shef n.01 IlM GORDON( *
Dea David Hudson Prey, I I give a daily news and views program field. Phyllis and Jean Peterson. .,
Mrs. T. L. Ellison, reporterRITZ at 3.13 Monday throuib. )..I r. and Mrs. Bert Cooper. Bobbie ftlr
Saturday on WFEC starting. Monday -; LaM Crane Murphy and t .rte psN Irltia IBA rag/ea'isuosi in ca .:t "*"'. I.
July 18. I Arthur Ue VAiham.

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BUNCHETHEATRES most outrtandini museums Viscaya. YOUR
Sunday. July 17. This lithe
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AU dub members and their:
xuests art asked to join the tour
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PAGE 0 SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1960isna

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The Tri-Institute will convene R. E. Lamb L. A. Halley, W. A. tor. Dr. R Ehrin Lamb department
.. -By CORDON HANCOCK for ANP at Edward Waters College Jacksonville Jennlngx heads faculty and staff
July 18-22. members in rounding out plug
Registration will begin Monday SALUTE TO YOUTH I I for this august bod/

WHOSE.. .. FAULT IS IT? July 18 at 8 axn. in the Youth will be on parade with have We the are \dd1D1teITxtzt to
-- attached -
business office of the college. debutantes and masters showing
to our work.
The Congo!*** people have The Board of Religious Education their wares and techniques. Well see you at the T- nitl-
taken' over from the Belgians, (will meet with Bishop S. L. I I
their erstwhile ruler Their independence Greene, presiding bishop of the MISSIONARY tute.M.. Blacknell ark rage,
did not come the easy llth Episcopal District African The Missionary Hour under Marion Shannon, reporters
way for their new Premier Lu- << Methodist Episcopal Church at the auspicious of the Women's
mumba recounted in caustic 10 a-m in Lee Auditorium. 'Missionary Society, will be. Tone in This Issue
language "the COD2O' Board of the Women's bright spot on the noon day pre
known ironies insults and the Society is called sentations.Mrs. The dance floors of the turtle
have had to iicaw Missionary have given birth to
blow to which we the Lee Auditorium an exciting
submit morning neon and nfcht to meet in P Beatrice P. Beatrice Greene, Episcopal new dance craze called The
at 3 p-m. Mrs. Madison. Where did It atari
because we arc Xeffroes."On Episcopal Supervisor presiding supervisor, presiding. alt ?
that great occasion of the Greene associated by Mrs. Janle Dorothy A Peck will give the What mad It catch en so fast
Inauguration of an independent ; president address, associates Mesdames TONE has pone behind the seenea
republic Lumumba came pretty B I iperwn<< and. EpiscopalFaculty staff meeting will Jeanette Kelly, Rosa Burroughs, _Beau,. to read "Madison.
close to spoiling the 'coming! out 5 with Dr. R. El- Alfreds Postell, Delores Brown to find the answers
at .
party" by his barbed references' win Lamb.pm Episcopal director of E L. Richardson Lillie J.(. Williams. Madneaa" In Tone Section ,..
to Belgium's 80-year history of Religious Education presiding. of this newspaper
terrible atrocities in the Congo.
The world remembers' with If CONSECRATION SERVICE I

Lumumba the late King! Leopold, Consecration services will beheld h-Institute banquet will BARGAIN IN
who not only exploited the Congo be of the high spots on the I
Englash: rule whose fault was at Greater St. Paul AME one
but bled it In the meantime. '" dial Persons from the following"
: When the Abolitionists had Church the Rev R. J. Blaine LADIESSHOES
So on the august occasion of Independent division will be honored: Local'
bishop !
stirred the world on UK matterof host pastor The Illustrious : -
Congo's "coming outparty" American slavery, the Southern 1! of the 11th Episcopal District presidents. Women's Missionary I
a discordant note was planters sent up the cry that fli hi.p Bherman Lawrence Society. YPD directors, RAYC
sounded much to the chagrin and directors and ACE League presidents
the Negroes'ere not ready for Greene<< presiding. Holy communion -
embarrassment of the Belgians freedom and this meant that after -I| will be the sacred featureof of the local churches, and CANCELLATIONSAND
pre'entWhile' three hundred years of the evening Bishop George N. the youth of the year for 1MO,
President Kaavubu was American slavery these slave- Collins of the 18th District will and Sunday School superintendents SECONDS
more restrained In hi* remarks masters. had utterly failed to prepare give the Consecration sermon. The in the college gym.
for the great occasion, bread their slaves for freedom. foJJo-o\' 1r ministers will be associates DAY
minded men everywhere willsyrrrathize on the program: Revs. J. COMMITTMENT 561 N.W. 29th St
with the stinging rebuke N'or were they' trying! Slave- V McMillan) A P Posted J. A. J.RMdIdt. This session will culminate the
Lumumba let go on said masters are slow in readying J. B Et>person, A. J. work of the Institute Dr. IL
occasion i slaves for freedom. Whose fault Dayley, W. R. Akery and R J. Ralph Jackson secretary of
The 1 liberal world will pardon 'fe it that slaves then are not Blaine The Holy Communion Minimum Salary Fund will give "II IIII
this erstwhile prison's outburst -) ready for freedom.' : will be administered immediately' the message. Bishop Greene pre. ADDED INCOMENO

of pent up resentment! of! Here in the South there is following the invitation to Joiners, siding. Associates on the program MONEY DOWN
Belgium's! treatment for nearly, currently going on a struggle bee Bishop Greene presiding. :: Drs A. L. Bennett, W. A I
three generations Same ofSouth' the tween Negroes and their KEYNOTE SERVICES Jennings Walter S White, J. A. BUILD ON YOUR LOT
Walker. J. A. Roberts J. B. NOW
ratherdisparagingly .
newspapers spoke and one of the strongest TUESDAY
of the Congo'sfuture argument these latter are using Blacknell. It. Eferin Lamb. in Dade call OX 1-4503
and Intimated that the Is the "not ready" argument The keynote services" will be Installation rites. Bishop S. L. I Broward County
Congo was "Dot r.. It has been nearly a hundred Institute. Al choirs of the city and One f te largest )youth-delega
Suppose for the sake of argu- years since the Emancipation state along with the Institute lions and a like number of I Writer Percy Hepburn
ment-and for the sake of argument Proclamation was signed and If I.I choir will furnish musk for this adu'ts will attend the forthcoming ARCHITECT ANDBUIL81.
only that the Consoles. the Negro is not ready it is not 1 service Bishop John D. Bright of Tri. Institute, which em- ..
feopV are not ready for Independence the N'ooro's fault 1 i I I the 17th District will deliver the bract the Bahamas Islands. 871 HW 7th Street
hoe fault It la* The | mesaate Appearing en the program ever to attend an Institute.It Hallandal.
Belgians have been in charge for Those in power should have : Revs. J. W. Burroughs W. is heartening to note the FU.formarfy .
nearly a hundred rears. why they him ready The fact remains that B. Coffey S. M. Peck, S. A. interest manifested by the cooperation ( ef Nasaa*. Bah)
had not readied. Congo for !ndeoendence be Negroes readied' ave if shown given that they can I Cousin H. McDonald Nelson. of the episcopal direc
How lone would it The fine beginnings a Negroes I ,...,.____ ,. r- .. OJ iI- 1" I" ----- -
have taken Belgium to pct Con.
have made' in
every of use
go This ready"not for Independence ready" gag? Is." proofs ful endeavor that all the are Negro irrevocable needs For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

hoary-headed argument far perpetuating
and wants is a chance to make
colonial imperialism ready for full ciititenship
and its concomitant slavery I
Doubtless when UCSMV' appeared When therefore the American. BONDED COLLECTION
before Pharaoh with his plea Vegrophcbes raise the hue and
for the liberation of the Israelites, f'f1hat Negroes are not ready for
the Egyptian monarch used the integration and desegregation
not ff'adyartum.nt and I they have only to ask themselves' .
doubtless hinted that in another whose fault .is it that Negroes are
400 hundred years the Israelites not ready AGENCY Inc. :
might evince certain evidences of I
readiness for the Journey to the ,
Promised Land. |
It must have been the same i Jackson's Toddle Inn \
Artaxerxes was getting ready toy .. ;
let Nehemlah lead the Jews back SUMMER SCHOOL

to Jerusalem after their 70 years' Jun 20 U July Z2. i The largest collection and rental '
of captivity in Babykm I

There must have been Babylonians Faa f J.OO for entire court. with I in the South '. '
who raised the hue and cry"They out trannportatloa. $40 wttktranaportstlon. agency ; operating in ,
are not ready" fer the School day-Kit.
return Then the American Colonists SMB. led" Dade and Broward Counties' "
bctfan to press for Independence. .

England under King Negro Housing
George III got tough and doubt- areas
leas listened to those of his ad.
vUtrs who contended that the Electrical Repairs
Colonists were "not ready" for Stoves L. L BROOKS President. .
independence, and forced these e
young Colonists to fifht for the S Small Appliances MANAGING AND MAINTAINING
independence' we are celebrating' MORE THAN
Lighting 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN
'rho British suffered Ireland toaplit HUFi and Stereophonic DADE AND
into an Ulster and an Irish Speakers Installed BROWARD COUNTIES
Free State, before they would
grant that Ireland was ready far GEORGE INGRAHAM oL -- ;:: -
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freedom after hundreds of years /:
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to attend FTAwork and Jr. High, Kalian-
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960 r shop at Dethune Cookman Col- dale; Carver Ranches Elemen
tarn, West Hollywood
LEAGUE Ida GUltrd of HiHandala Our motto: The more we meet
New Jewelry Store URBAN County was elected' to attend the work, together the more we .Iearn tot .
Opens New t

The F. A. Burrow Jewelers fc PARTY Carver Jlanch his Dianne a I The Star Light Lodge No. 542
announcing its opening this weekat Sunday, July 24th ByWalter closing recreation program for will meet Friday, July 15 at 8
818 NW 3rd 8TM 8 west BewBrtward I parents Thursday, July 21 at 730 pm. at the Masonic Temple! on
establishment of its kind to open Fiesta Club p m. Open house will be July Pembroke are
In the Miami central' area, it h j 22. The summer recreation asked to be present.mats
ottering watch, sleek MA jewelry 1t ,,...,..,,... i 1 sored by Carver Ranch 21-1
repairs at popular prices. Men' i The teachers of the summer Mr. and bt n. Clifford Bulla rd
and women's watches, new and CAL'SBAR County South area gram and faculty of Carver of Carver Ranches returned home
used rings, c tutne jewelry and, & GRILLENOW PTA heW!' their meeting at the Ranches school director, Clifford Monday after spending a we ek'
various rwvelittes are on sale at' home ol Mrs. Mary Sutton. Daaia. Jackson; Alford Walkins, Claude vacation in Atlanta, Ga. with b..
attractive pr ft'S. I IAircondHiofjed I SERVING The meeting wa called and presided -I Counts Mix Edna Banks, Miss!J I mother-in-law.
for yixtr em- BREAKFAST LUNCH by the chairman Mrs.,I Berth M. Inajam. Mrs. Susie
fort. the sure is operated! by F., Batter RobtfMon The pirpo: of, D. nlel. principal; Mrs Dorothy
A. Burrows, a licensed jeweler AND DINNERAt She meeting was to discuss the! Glover, PTA co-chairman. Don't
uho holds) a membership' card of, important duties of the County I) The PTA units South areas are: Fret Fight!
the Florida. Slate Joclrm Association -f Popular Price Council.' How neceaaary for all i Collin Elementary, Dania; At-
and who bats of 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. PTA units to have an executive,)I tucks Eelesnntary and High Join The NAACP
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Gala Day Here forrmal their meeting first in regular the Sir but John ia-j, Washington, and la headed by' doing such a wonderful job ad.
Hotel this past Tuesday evening, Leroy Jeffries president Mr. rerttsing: and promoting the Or-
a of local business and Jeffries is also rice president of ante Blossom! Classic. Mr. Cole
Nobles of the Mystic Shrine aDd group professional Johnson Publications which delved into of the
AME Church for the annual In the pub some nxnor-
memorial men advertising
Daughters of Isis will come to I I I I service. Rev. S. A. Cousin and public relations field joined lush Jet and Ebony mainlines. able incidents connected with the
Miami from all over Florida be- pastor of Bethel win be the main together In forming a Miami The purpose of the NAMD is to public exploitation of this great
ginning today for Gala Day the'' speaker, I Chapter of the NAMD (National. survey research and develop spectacle which has developedinto
annual state convention of this) Association of Market marketing analyses so as to at* the nation's most outstaadlnf
highest branch of Masonry. LIH ers ) Heading up the organization Develop tract the participation of national Negro sports attraction.
advertisers. This ultimately will Among those! attending the Initial !

The Sir John Hotel is head on a temporary basis until such
result in the ) session were: Herb Gaines
quarters for the two-day meet time: as the permanent officersare hiring of more Negro ,
Buctwelser; Wilbur Brasfleld.MacNIsh .
salesmen and
and registration will begin at six elected, as chairman James representativesand V. L. Ewtn
i producing a. better economy' ; Barnes,
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Saturday morning nine o'clock at' -e boars the public relations firm which I Highlight of the meeting was avery ; Clinton Moon and Jim
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Kev. Paul Freeman pastor (Congregational)
Hiu ft.w. oytn &t and ilta Ave. Rev. H. C. McDowell pester
Sunday fecaowl rio A. E. IfcNeaU reporter

Morning mace 11:00 Little Misses Darnella and
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Rev. W. M. Mason pastor and quite a challenge to the
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960KELLY'S Sunday School .............. 9:4LlornLAg Rev. George E. Johnson pastor ST. ANN'S EPISCOPALFr.
Service ............. 11:00 Mrs. Phyllis Andre s, reporter
..... 9.00
BTU5:30 Sunday School MMMM M.
E. S. Clarke Jr Priest
CHAPELRev. ST. PAUL A. M. E Even;, ng WOnJUp ..... ..... 1UU Morning Worship .......... 11=00 Halls ndale ,
Young People's Meeting ___. 5.00
Summer schedule begin Jury S
Leroy Dell pastor Rev. M. J. Fayscn, pastor The Sunday School Depart- Mass and Sermon 7 a.m.

Church School ........ 0.45: Mrs. Lee Cray reporter ment cordially invites you to attend New Testament, Nazarene Church School ,_......._.,. 1:00
Morning Worship 11:00 Sunday School -,,-, r 030: its tcUtmsaip Day observance Evensong 7:00
._ 10:00 --
Service ............. 11:00 Sunday afternoon, July 17 sunday School -
Youth Fellowship .......-..... GOO: Morning ,..._... 11.00Evangelistic
Evening Service ... .... 7:00 at 3 pan. Morning worship St. Ann's will
Evening Worship ...-. .... ... 730 -- Service LOCI: commemorate Its
The speaker for the occasion 1045 N.W. 1st Court Patronal Festival on Sunday and
Youth Fellowship -
The Methodist TEMPLE BAPTIST Monday July 31 and August 1.
wiii be Alien Turner
a graduate Lawrence Reddick pastor
attracted people from many Anyone desiring to make tickets
areas and churches in Dade on Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor cl Northwestern Senior High. U. Marella Reddick associate reservation for the banquet

Thursday night, June 30 for then Sunday School ....._......... 9.30 will speak on the topic The which will be held Monday, Aug.
Million: Dollar Wedding. The Morning worship ._..___ 11:00 Pan ine Sunday School Should GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. 1 at The Palms in Hallandale
church was beautifully decorated I BTU .._..........___ 5JO 1'iay in Moubng The Lie of The call Burrows Cleaners, 709 Pem-
with shrubs and flowers. Perhaps Evening worship ..._._.._._. 7JO (;<.mmuJUtJ." We shall. be very Rev. S. A. Cousin, pastor broke Road, Hallandale, WAbash
Mrs Jenette FaisOn
the cutest attraction of this kU come to hid five hear vur.bUn.away friends Sunday School -,---,_,-reporter..,.-... 930 3-445. Samuel Neely, banquet
little area
affair wu the Morning Worship .......?.... 11:00 chairman.
the bride and groom. RJchmocd Height Many. outstanding persons of Evening Worship 7:00

Participants were beautifully Rev L. R. ROM, Pastor the city and members of me NEW
attired in formal Mary Crumb Jean E. Scott, reporter various churn Mill also be METROPOLITAN AME BETHEL BAPTIST

ley, the beautiful bride wore a Sunday School _......-...,..... 9.30 pretest and participate on the 1571 N.W 68th Ten
waltz length while full skirted Morning service ... ... ,. 11:00 program. Rev. J. J Williams pastor Rev. Ernest Williams
LOAD by organza with tiers of BTU .......?.............._.-._.._.._._ 5-Jo Sunday School ...... .....-... 93:0 R. Brown, reporter, pastorJ.
lace accented by long white Evening service. ......._............... 7.-00 AN .U\." btCis.4 Morning worship ......._. ll.'OObvenmg Sunday Scrod 930
veil and pumps. The lovely maidof worship ..._............ 1: Morning worship ...........,,,,,, 11:00
honor Euzabcth Banks wore Woman's Day is the 4th Sunday' Kev. J. >/. suvnerson, pastor BTU 6:30

while with' red accessories in September. You are invited. M. T. Cvp uua. srpururbunaay I WOMEN'S DAY AT Evening worship ....__ 1:00
Bridesmaid wearing gown and The Vacation Bible School will bchiu _.. .._ 9.43
accessories la various rainbow begin August 1622. The public is Morning Service ............-.- 11:00 MT. CALVARY I CORINTH BAPTISTRev
colors and lovely bouquets invited.
carrying "TU gnu
of flowers were Algeria t yr ung Worwup .._ 7.-QO NETS $2,165.28 W T Thomas, pastor
Prince Sandra Wilson Margaret Mt. Olive MRS. CLARA LOVE ChairmanThe 1450 N.W. $tt.hfT..t
Johnson Dorothy Ho**, Cynthia Missionary Baptist Services: will foifc/w the usual I Phone OX I-a."

Young Louie Blackshear and 402 NW 2nd Ave. procedure<< larou &out the day. I wccnen of Mt Calvary Sunday School ............. ........? 930:
Patsie Cooper. lullandale, Florida Bapu n will be held at 8 a.m. Join their chairman, Mrs Clara Morning worship ... ....... ?. n.oEvesung
The groom, Kinsley Gambel: Rev tknjamm Franklin, pastor at the church Love and co-chairman, Mrs. Elite worship ......_. 740
batman, Henry It Mitchell and Kev C. t. McClary. reporter Mae Wilcox in thanking everyone and succcMfui' pastor
ushers, Roscoe Ellis HooteveUWitherspotn. Evening Service t p.m The Brownsville Choir Union who helped us to make our Wo- Come and hear a gospel preacher
Reginald Bryan, Sunda) School 1 .._..__ 930 will meet at 4t chureh at 3 pm.4 man's Day a success. The baby
Milton Wright Freddie Parri- Morning service 1I0Ck The VacaUvn Bible School IWW'] contest at 3 pm. was wonderful

more. Rufus Wallace, and Henry Evening service ......._.....__._ 7.00 upon on Monday, Jut). Picas Little Wlnfred Doyal_ was the FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST
Cheever were elegantly attiredin BTU ... _.-.......-... 6uJ send yourDinners $1Wnn. I winner over Audrey Williams
tropical formal :: 2nd prize winner and Larry Cur Rev C J gurney, pastor
Flower girls: Melissa Green on sale at the home of : ry 3rd prize. Thanks to their Claudia Wiison. reporter
Prince and Dana Summons and ST. JAMES BAPTIST Su. and Bro. Pierce, 3360 NW I mothers and to the ccromlttee, Sunday School ._.- 931
Patsie Wilson. Ring bearer, Barry 48th T\rr.: phone .NJG 4-7728.. Mrs. Evelyn Hunt, Mrs. Betty Morning services 1IOt
323 NW. 14th Street
M. Klndrk* Mrs. BTU .-----
father and mother Begtnous Rol ut
Rev J L. Johnson, pastor The famous Best Gospel Sing tins Mrs. Willie L Evening servicesBROWNSVILLE_....
Gall _
were Johnnie Taylor and Sunday School ._._.............. 930Morning ers of Pituburtfa. Pa. will apr ear I Mrs. Johnson and T*
Hill. Andy Young, serving min Emma Rivers. Spedal
Worship .. 11:00 on a musical. program at Antioch BAPTIST
later performed the comical ceremony. B T U ........_.. 530Cverung : Brownsville. Thursday, July 21_ thanks to our visitor

Worship ........ 730: at 8 p-m. sponsored by Mrs. Wil- 2749 N.W. Uth Street
Soloists. Mrs. David Clark B. Sim and ker5O poone NE 48952. The THE INCARNATION Rev R. Thompson, acting pastor
mons. Mrs. Dorothy public is invited to all of these Annie Pratt
Church of Transfiguration reporter
Milton Wri it accompanied by
pri..;rams. (Epiacopal) Sunday School .....__ r,30
the able pianist Beatrice .
1835 N W. 54th St.
(Episcopal Morning
Worship ,...
11 00
mood the occasion =
set the for 371 NW. 152nd Terr.Vea Father E S. Clarke Jr, vicar Evening Worship
with stirring rf' d1tJo S. John E. Culmer SPIRITUAL BAPTIST The services at the church TOO
Kelly's Chapel youth counselor' pr...*i in charge have been changed to the following -
and pastor are very appreciative 191M SW 176% St. schedule:
Stanley Sweeting, reporter'Sf'ntINlS GREATER .NEW
for the excellent support given Sunday School of Wisdom ___....... 19.00 Sung Mass ..._._.._.- 8.45: BETHEL

them by the members! and friends Morning Worhip every..............._... 930 Noonday Service .?......... 12XXJYI'EB Church School -1ITT1t 10:00 Rev W K. Smith pastor
Sunday School ......._.._... 103C ......._....._._._.__ 030 Jr. EYC Meeting ..._..,....... 530 Mrs. R. Conley. Clerk
MORNING STAR BAPTIST Evening worship ..._ 8.00 Sr. EYC Meeting .....-..,..,,,,..., 6.00 Morning Worship .._..___ 11:00
Overcoming of the Nazarene Prince H Mobley. pator Evensong ..._......___..rr.n._ 7:00 Sunday School ...........__...... 939
514 NW 23rd Street I BTU, ..........._._.._.._ 530
Rev. 1. Clayton, pastor 12101 S.W. 219th St L.Sunday morning next Rev. 11. On Sunday July 17 will be Evening Worship ..___ ,:00
Kirkland will be our morning Youth Sunday at the church. All
Sister Sadie Elite, reporter Goulds. Fla. I
Sunday School..... ....-...._... MO: Lawrence Reddkk pastor speaker, and at nigfet Rev. Adam of the church youth will be in
Morning service .. .........__... 11 JO Sunday School ...__ ...__ 100CMornte : Johnson palter of Bethlehem charge of services and activitiesfor MT. HEKMON A. M. E.
BTU .......... ................._. 539: < worship .._..-.?..? 11:00 Baptist, in Nassau will be theprNCher' I the day At fee 8:45 am. Mass K-t 4 .
Evening service ........................ 730: Evangelistic Service ..._....... 9.00 the Vacation Bible School will be amu l Ur pastor,
the featured Sunday School ..... .......
Frt-Praver and Bible"' .... 800 Wednesday July 13 pastor The St. Michael's Junior ? 931
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN will be preaching at Ebenexer> choir will sing the Mas of Momma worship ... ._..... 1IOt
I NEW-HOPE-----P.B. CHURCHRev Baptist Church, West Palm the Missy de Angelis by Wini Evening w"Rhp .. ..... ... 701
Rev William F. Savoy, pastor Beach for the Sunday School fred Douglas. Soloist will be Alison PubHcitr Committee
14th Ave. and 09th Street H. C. Samuels. pasto Congress of the Atlantic Coast T Clarke of the Junior department -

Sunday School ........ .._........... 8.30 I Mrs Evelyn Granger reporter BapHst Association.The I and Miss Emily Sweet Matthew Temple AMEZ
Morning Service ..._._........... 11:00 Sunday School ...-.._.__ ISO ing of the senior department
Westminster Fellowship ...... tOG I Mnrmng service ......... ....?.? 11:00 first anniversary cf the Wilfred Barry, who Is also vice 1628 N W 5th Ave
BTU .................... ............._... 930 pastor mill begin to be observed director of our Vacation Bible Sunday School... ................. 934
Last Sunday the pulpit was Evening worship .......... .... 730: next week, July 19 with Rev. 1LW School. Uornin worship ............. ... 11Of
filled by Rev. Dwayne Black In MOM pastor of New ML Zion Evening worship '" .......... 7.:01
the absence of Rev' Savoy, who I ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. Baptist Church conducting the The Junior Altar Guild which
served as a counselor at the I i evening service On Friday night I U composed' of the teenage girls
Senior High} Conference at Lake I Rev R H Johnson pastor Rev' Ernest Williamswill be in will be in charge of the altar.
Placid. 1 Clue Sweeting, reporter' charge, and Sunday afternoon at 1 At the 7 pm. Solemn Evensong
The conference retreat was a Sunday School ...-...._. 930 3 p.ra.. Rev. J. L. Johnson will the special feature are as follows SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
tremendous experience for all I Morning Worship ..__..._ 11:00 be in charge The choirs of all : SPIRITUAL
since It was the first integrated ACE League .... .............. tOO three fore mentioned churches
endeavor in the synod's camp and Evening Worship ..?.......... _... '7:00: will be in attendance along with j Richard rre-Tneology, will LEADER
conference program. Charles I! their' pastors at these services sing the Evensong and the Junior AND PHYCHIC READER
Taylor represented the youth of NEW HOPE BAPTIST EYC will present a special proi
our church, and there were other I ST. LUKE BAPTIST gram. Junior EYC sponsors areMudames '
Negro delegates from Key West. Rev James E. Brewn. pastor Frazier Bradley! BISHOP HUNTERIf
Largo, and Fort Pierce. Bro Vandrll Bpvan. reporter> Rev. P. W. Williams pastor Maude Butler and Martha
I Sunday School ......_......--- 930 Mrs. Bunesba Green reporter Strachan! and Charles Ross. You yew are sick er werrl.4 des'.
Rev Joe Jones of Charlotte Morning Worship ........__ n-ofl Sunday School ._..-.._.._._... 9.45: can't afford to miss either of fall U see m. teday. Offiee ke.ri
N.c. made a big hit as a song Evening Worship ..._....._.._... 7.00 Morning Service ....._.._._... 11:00: these services. Come and see dally 1 p.M u 9 p.M. Tfcoretfay
leader. Of the 50 persons at the BTU .........___.__.M._ 530 what our children can do. I p.m. t. t p.m. Sunday 11 ....
conference, ten were Negroes I BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Evening Worship ...__._.._.. 7:00 L. t Pm
spending a wonderfulweek to The clorinz exercises of the

tether, and enjoyably making I Mrs. Barbara George, formerly The fourth Sunday Is Men's Vacation Bible School wtn be
history for the Synod of Florida of Bloomsburg.! Pa. will lead the Day at St. Luke Baptist Church beld at the church, 1835 NW ,
Presbyterian Church U 8. A. I discussion at the Baha'l Center, I The men have selected two outstanding tIht at 8 p.m. on Friday READINGS
This Sunday the morning message I 137 NW llth ave. 8 pjn. Sunday I speakers for the day. The July 22 at which time certificates tlJOO {
"Living in Relationships July 17 Her subject irUl be The' Rev W F. Tanner is the morning and awards will be given to the .P
will point out that living in harmony Development of Love." Everyone i speaker and Rev Rosco Jackson outstanding students.
in Christian fellowship is is cart ial'y' invited to attend and u the evening speaker. The The Saints Asn-Margaret M17 SW 17 St. I
u important as one human body participate in this discussion. theme for the day Is "I car do all chapter monthly meeting will be wirrHOLLYWOOD -..: .'
functioning in a healthy manner. Phone Miss Solomon, secretary.FR thin** through Christ who held Wednesday July 20 at the ., ,
The Svoys. Bill and Barbara, I- ue for more Information strengthen me." home of Miss Ophelia Roll. 1265 "LA. .. :
are honored to have Barbara's Deacon W. M. Covlngton, general -j, NW 70th at. at 8JO: pjn. All, e ;i
mother Mrs. Alice Taylor, visiting -- --- ----- chairman Rev. P. W. Williams members are urged to be present I

with them tram Detroit forseveral Advertise! It Pays1 pastor You are Invited. Mrs. FHvhi S. Clarke chairman PROF. HltMTtA
weeks. I Please pray for the sick.


ATHERBy M40 N.W. 1st* Avt Rev. Aaron D. Hall PastorZ. SATURDAY, JULY 13, I960 PAGE 11

father R.b.rt DeGrandia l\cY. C. W. &CVU", y.M t I lagraham, reporter' -
Holy Rsdssmer Church dUAO_*.. kail Utuiru ceraKuWa4Y Sunday School .- 030 AMERICAN of West Palm )) Other ctMCta
jrrra u were members of the Coconut:
Morning worship ... 11:00
[.Our Lord my In Matthew. u: 11utwW .- ..._. lt.'uua.rti Evening worship _---???'...,.?, 7:00 LEGON ANDAUXILIARY Grove and Opa Locks Posts and
L.cU; DO out your lather OD aw Auxiliaries. Mr. Blakeley of
srtn. lor one is TOUT fatter, woo L\'t4W& M ubM* 1w St. John's of Fhe Nazarene MEET Richmond Heights Post No. 281.
i in fieaveo" la 1Dot wrong, : ..r meeting Iuractw tJwI I The John Griffin Post No. 163 commander of the 10th DMslon.,
aerelore, for CatnoUc to cai I 1476 N.W. 58h Terrace and Us auxiliary of the American Installed newly elected officers of
ae priest by gibe name TaUier"1 ST. JAMES A. M. E. Lawrence Reddick. pastor Legion held their regular the Post. Both installations were

Rev IL UcNeal Frank Bryant, Associate bi-monthly meeting Wednesday, very efficiently performed.
lh would make aa absurdity Mrs. Sadie F. Harris ptor Sunday SchOOl ._....? 10:00 July 6 at the Youth Center. Robert After a few helpful remarks
u. o* our Lorna word thus u Dean reporter Morning worship ............... 11:00 Clarke U commander of the from President Starke and Commander -
Sunday School .
W'3 than to every use of UMfainer. Morning Worship- e-.JO Evangelistic service ....,.......... 3:00 Post and Mrs. Nella Clifton, president Blakely the two groups
war ." root many. texii 11:00 of the auxiliary. Joined for an hour of fellowship
IW scenes in UM Bible we knewt Evening Worship -_:... .100'JI. Mt Pleasant Methodist The highlights of the meeting enjoying' a very savory repast

Uur fiord accepted the com- 2170 Washington Street were the installations of Dew' prepared by members of the Post
INA practices and usages 01WJl4J Uu "KArt'-l A i ILKh.w. Opa Locka elected' officers of both the Post 1 I and Auxiliary.Next .

uues that. were common CIU 1ana .LA Lai.t'aone Sunday School 930 ajn and Auxiliary Mrs. Thelma meeting (will be Wednesday
1 uses and aclu wled&ecS. U< 1'law.. Morning worship-... ._ U am Starke of West Palm Beach who July 20 which marks the
:v ana acknowledged. lilt. owe .ar. aaauuy Evening service ? 7J: | is the 11th District president Installed -; beginning of the year for the
uster father is repeatedly, called . officers" of the Auxiliary.Visiting .I p r post and auxiliary, and at tills

'na 1 aUlcr" in tae &itue, even .a hud 1 a _...... a ..." __ MT. SINAI BAPTISTD with Mrs. Starke wen time the program for the year
uu&A oe wa a mere human Mesdames Epps and Burton, also will be outlined.

aWi ana only. a JOlter LtbertSl. WALKLK: 1k.MPL. : B.. reporter ....,..
Joseph). One of \been Rev S, A. Thomas pastor,
unmaocunenu- wtuoix be repeat (Church of God in Christ) Sunday School _,,....... nt ENROLL NOW IN
:-a oiLeD was Tiionor thy. Lather Utw N.W. tvth Ten. Morning worship -..._,.. 11Ot
arts toy mother.* 11be cocoin I Minuter 2>. Mcintyre reporter Evening worship .......,,, 7.00 SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
nand toe text above were U JCr J. J. James, pastor

ue fawn literally, then UM Sunday School ....._... 10:00Awun MARTIN MEMORIAL AME Life Prore..lonFlorida'
uunA commandment would ban enrtce _...........,. 1Zw a Long
w be removed from toe Tea JfPWWLvemng UO Richmond Heights
\,,amnan ttent bervue ..........., 8-uo Wilma Harris, reporter Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
Rev. L, R. Brown, pastor
One of the first principles 01mklpft'UUOD MT. CALVAKY tiA..rliT Sunday School ........>_._..... |JO 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue" FR 4-9998
I ot texts ot UM Mornmg' worship .,._.. ..,.. 11:0(
? ..
.. -.. .. -.. .. ....
Hague is tftu: It the common lit- Rev. E. M. Thomas pastorPhyllis ACE League .. 5:00 ""'- i'- ""'

[era sense would lead0 silly Myers, reporter ETf'DJDIorsh .-.,,,?. .. '7:30
c-oInc uuons then the UguraUvi Sunday School ... .......... 9.45
I cane must. oe accepted as toe OM Morning Worship ..,........, 11:00 TRINITY C. M. E.
, .tensed. It would obviously be B.T.U. ,-_ 5:00 BRAKES RELINED
JW.l0 outlaw the use 01 title Evening Worship .......,.., 7.DQ: 2014. N W. 5th CourtW.
'father" as regards any- V Geary, minister Cadillacs higher
n.mc Church School ...... $7.95
| uw except Cod. At the &&mewt' Sunday morning we had a '.JC
whole passage la whiofl: wonderful message rendered U Morning worship _. 11:"<<
toe ,text UK occurs is a tiguraUvt us by Aev. Pridgen, His .\&bjedwu. Cvenln worship ". .... 7-o(' QUICK SERVICE

passage, What our. Lord wai *"We Are Trying. to GetMarne" BRAKES ADJUSTED ....................... 89c
*snung hu toUowers against, found Genesis %::12-

wan toe mutation of UM i'zuri- Sunday night Rev. Pridgenprvached J. B. SMITH Come and S<-e Dill at

M%> and pagans, especially, iataeu : another sermon mtiict ELECTRICSERVICE
practice: ot attaching. theme was "Christian Sol4 cra." I ABC AUTO PARTS
"\n to wealthy and iotluenllalpatruns We were not in our church this
in outer to advance Sunday because it is under construct 6124 N.W. 22nd AVENUE
..aaI1>>C.1WI in a wordly way. The ***. We were at 1628 NW Electrical Contractor
aarmes practically lived tor 5th ave. Rev. Pridgen and nil. HOUSEWIRING"Don't
"OW outward honors and rl'TUt correlation have made us more
rah t'1 received trom UMcuuraua than welcome to have our services cuss Call us"
puuple woo kJoU40 there.
jxxn her favors>> and they demanded I I PHONE OX 10625 ROOMS WANTEDWould
this excessive honor asa
a were of more importance than SUNDAY SCHOOL Night or Day

.. .
oe ten' AtnmjrK1 -- -
like to secure clean, comfortable rooms for
4 *ayA "Do not imitate
pruie ot the Pharisees nor the LAUDERDALE
men and women attending
MrrvUity ot their wordly followers By PAULKTTC JONW I
,* Christ phrased iila advice I Anderson'sShoe
a the Ivnu ot the beautiful, AIr Over lOU delegates representing Miami Barber College
l m the long passage. of St. some 21 School\ Convention Repairs
Si' .:iho's Gospel chapter 21, th Annual Sunday
>rnr 5-12 in which UM textbuve of the North Miami District 1031 N.W. 2nd Ave. 195 N.W. 14th Street Phone FR 7-3127

. apcMsars. The whole Is a of the African Methodist We specialize in metal heels
warning against pride and ends episcopal Church held July .- and Italian shoes.
r.th the celebrated passage, : -Us lU at ML llermon AKE ChurchIn -
who exalts himself will be fort Lauderdale. We duplicate all -

cuCTbted and be woo humblescunselt factory work
of the key to the .
will be exalted." Presentation Open dally I ...... t. p.m.
W. J. MaSon -
city, by Commissioner
I Rectal Diseases Varicose
Again, Viebe danger. ot and acceptance by Presiding I All work guaranteedSEE 9 .
ut.ng a twentieth century mind Elder Frank A. Allen began the Effective painless. nen.surgical ."''c. treatment at "low eNt-

to interpret the mind\ of the Jew- schedule of events that werecentered n. IOM time sr .lnc.me. Avoid' surgery and h..pltallxatl.". Why
s3 r.ters who wrote 2,000ears aroundbe slogan 1 I and *
wear truss Why suffer, delay get wont
ate "facing a Crisis which is demanding
universal attention" I 0 CONSULTATION FREE 9
The writers of the Bible used During panel discussions papers Special' medication, treatments diets for arthritis. neuritis, ul.
ideas and terms which -were current were prepared on such nationally THE SOUTH'SLEADING
blood sinut., anemia lost chronic dlooaooo
of which takesa pressure vigor
m their day, some discuned topics as; "Youth COLORED
today are known only: to students stand for human rights," The t of men and women.
of Therefore, we role relations" PSYCHIC READER
Scripture. Christian in race Service
General Health
e A
mutt be very careful in seizingupuo The color bar In the United DR. LONG'S CLINIC

any interpretation' of the States,"'"' and The Negro and his t&45 SW Ut St.. FR 3.274S REDUCING'
able: Catholics look0 the accomplishment socially, economically -
pP SEA NuDANTE .__.. _u -- -
Catholic Church for explanations politically, inteUectu-
of questionable psU. U. T b SLy. reLgioiuly.The .
church has mothered the Bible convention terminated!

and protected It until the present Sunday with a series of chu.rch'' For Results in One Visit-Se.
In this
tune so she is experienced
the most important
field In the Cattoolic Church: woich Bishop:" S. L. Greene delivered -! MADAM MARS
there is unity of interpretation. the sermon. Most dele-
because the authority SPIRITUAL MEDIUM
all recognize
fates returned home to prepare"la
the churcb by Christ: PUBLIC ADVISORTHE
given the state convention to bet r' AND
Is'lie who hears you bears Catholics rDL- .?Jd in Jacksonville. July 1822. Let bar year .. .....rI..* gold MOST CONSULTED READER
there doubt why
any and the gh't |rsM
pretest you WARNS OF
the world feel la the IN SOUTH FLORIDA-
over secure HOLY REDEEMER a lighthouse gold\ ta. ship lastorm.
interpretation. which their a For ere ...OS In ....._ TROUBLE IN ADVANCE
church: makes for I.bemtAny Baptism by Appointment and love
comments' or Inquiries win Information Class 8 pjn. in CONIULT Halt- N. matter what your HOPE. FEAR or TROUOLE may bo e"e

be appredated by the author. Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) can and will help you She gives true and never falling advke
Novena 7:30: (Wed. !night)
School. All are invited OUT NOW. BY THE HELP Of on all affair of ifo such as: LOVE. COURTSHIP MARRIAGE

ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH Everyone U welcome at Holy GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. health, business, changes, wills, deeds, mortgages, .law suits, lost

5134 NW 23rd Ave. on.. ..."... or stolen articles, hidden treasures."

Rev r. L. Johnson pastor BETHANY BAPTIST 0 ...... 0 Me. Heads your entire life: PAST. I'Hb2SNT. rVTUHE. Toils you

Mrs. Sarah Pool. reporter 3071 N.W. 43th Lt.Rev. Thin. 1 .... .. anything you wall U km w watt wt asking any questions.!'
Sunday School ....- 930 Rudy Keaton.
Morning Worship 11:00P Marjorte Shelby reporter pastor 7 F+n.Wsi1gA. If you can't sti to hope a rut .n ojrUuAtf--" you ate ia

B. Training Union _.. S30 Sunday School: ....r...__ *30 hard l&Kk--.e the most cnnout: d Ho4.r 10 Suh Florida.

P B. Training Union -, 530 Morning worship ......_..-..-.. 11:00 10 ..... E ..... She fve immediate' U.H.-HKfU'LTS IN ONE VUUTt D a't fOWe
BTU ............... _.._.._._.__ 3:30 baBdic* M-d by others Se Ku Tway!
SALTER'S CHAPEL Evening: worship __.._.._... 7:00 DAILY through
LBM by -'tc.nd Cuu ly
Rev H. J Benson pastor
Ruth Twiggs. reporter MT. ZION A. M. E. READING Gives Your Lucky Days and Lucky Numbers

Sunday Sofcool 130 Ave Corner 1324 St. $1X0 UP SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Morning worship ,.. ...11:00 Ops Locks Private and Confidential ReadingsNo
ACE League 830: IS Years E.,ori.,n..
Rev. C. J. Jenkins pastor Mall A..ew..d-a. M. In Person
1Yft11q.onhJp -.. 7:00 Sunday School ...........-. *tt .
MADAMHUNTER and 7 aim to I P m
HOURS: Daily Sunday
Morning Worship ._._.... 11:00:
Bethel Apostolic Temple League .. M --- -.._ i fcOfl CLOSED TU\DAY-HO! HOUSE CALLS
Evening Worship ..........-... T.-OO
Doris R. Axlas. pastor 1657 N.W. 73rd SL DON'T MISTAKE ADDRESSTAKE
J Lafiuer. aaskUJstSU.
T. Wallace reporter
2310 N.W &fch Street Don't Fret Fight t D..'. writs-Call la ,.,... 2390 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla.NOMAN .
Sunday School: lOeOO
Morning worship 11MS Join The NAACP
Evening worship i 73t:


CARDS MEMORIALS I In loving memory of our dear PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960

father and grandfather,

who departed this life July 16, House of Albert. .
his soul, and the souls of DEATHS Arthur Cunningham a pioneer
the family of Henry Hazel- cherished memory of our all the faithful departed, through citizen of Miami, who resided' at
hurst who departed this life July dearly loved, tenderly remembered the mercy of God rest in peace. 1352 NW 2nd Ave. died in Jade-
3 and was laid to rest July 9, wile mother and grandmother, Amen.Tine son Hospital July 12 at 2 pjn..
wish to take this method of ex- ANNA M. WOODS Martin Family Rev. Otis Mundy officiated. Burial -
our sincere thanks and who departed this life July 17, was in Lincoln.
heartfelt gratitude to the many 196. We know why nothing

friends and neighbors for their seems the same, wfcy it's I'leyand CARD OF THANKSThe NW Mrs.75th Catherine st, died Syfces July of 9 2387 in The Infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
kind and sympathetic deeds extended lonely too the very silence calk Jimmie Mitchell of 108 NW
of the late Christian hospital Mrs. Sykes 4th
us In our hour of bereavement miss dear. family ,
>our name, we you ave. died July 1 and
Thanks to Rev. W. P. The Family MrtS. Ut lE WOOTa.vwish was a native of Eastman. Ga. and rest July 6. was laid to
Tarpley and membership of Ml. to thank aU pI'5ODJbo had lived in Miami 12 yean. The
Calvary Baptist Church and to seat cards, telegrams flowers body was sent to Eastman July -
the House of Albert for understanding IN MEMORIAMIn and for kind expressions of sympathy 12 for final rites. She is survivedby
services. in the tune of their be- her husband: Luther, a sister. ANNUAL
Mrs Rosa Lee Hazelhurst, sad but loving memory of reyvufixnu It also gives special
wife our fr.cnd. thanks u> the dirtctwr and personnel Mrs. Obis Brown of 725 NW MIAMI TIMESVEWSBOYS
And six children t of Range Funeral home 67th sL. died July 10 in JacksonHospital
for their most efficient service. Chapel services were PICNIC
Ir Lara Mae Manna, daughter held July 13. Burial was in Lincoln -
IN MEMORIAMIn Otowcea Caiiweii; daughter I Memorial. She is survived SATURDAY, JULY 23rd
Isa Mae Jackson, daugnter I by her sons Alfred Brown and
sad but loving memory of lance Kobe, daughter Larry Dames; a sister, Miss Es-
Isaac Woolen Jr, IOn.I'lln tella Lathcn, a brother, Benjamin Grocery .Business
G. Woolen son Lathon and other relatives..
Deiores>> Woolen, daughter
For Sale
Mrs. Ida Jones of 2157 NW 6th

CARD OF THANKS ave.. died July 8 in the State Thriving small grocery store
at Chattanoochee. Services

'i. will be conducted July 16' busy neighborhood in
The family of the late, In St. Paul AME Church. Miami Liberty City
aiAKLBS W:.ATOM with Rev. Fayson officiating.
who departed this life on June Burial will be in Lincoln Memorial Completely Stocked
18 in Jackson Memorial Hospital She is survived by her
wish to take this method of daughter, Mrs. Alfredo Jam Call OX 1.9899 or
thanking the many friends and Parbam.I OX 1.9850
neighbors for cards, Solvers,t I
tetegraras and other tokens of Norman Phillips of 2166 NW
sympathy shown us during our 75th st, died July 12 in Jack
hours <4 sorrw Special thanks to son Hospital. He was a native of
Range Funeral Home and to Ilev. Cairo Ga. and had lived In the -rF':

. I. C. Williams of Atlanta Ga. who.Miami area for 10 years.. He is STOREFOR
preached this funeral Again survived by his. wife. Rena; five
JOHN "Dan" WILLIAMS thanks to everyone. children, his gar ents. Funeral RENT
who departed thts Ufe July 17 Mrs. "
Annie Nealey sister arrangements are incomplete.
: ..... m Krngston. Jamaica. May Mrs. Elizabeth Fisher, sister I 1460 N.W. 3rd Ave.
.\ ; he rest In peace. Rev. W. M. Beaten brother
\ From hi* friends And Family $75 per month
..- I Why be Out of Style?
Bonded Collection Agency
CLIFFORD Mofcftate Mlzc IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Let us convert your double- 1163 N.W. 3rd AvenueFR
SAUNDEHS >.id but living memory o breasted suit to a single breasted
who died July S. 199. 1.If dc.r m:' X'r, loving memory of our dear narrow lapel $18 up. 3-8416

And 'tho beyeed our ua4rs4aading r.&L---Ll mother.and.jrat>d nother, Yeur Smiling Tailors 937 NW Mr. Willis
&L JU..UU&\X Ave. Reuben Hepburn Prop.
May this set your heart at restSemewhere who died July 8, 195. ladf
in all His wisdomA We all love her so dearly but
loving God knows best God loved her best. May she rest .
Lenora Johnson aunt In peace
Eliza Johnson., aunt Mrs. Lillian Smith

And Family Mrs. Family Olive Neely, daughtersAnd HOMES FOR SALE


1825 N.W. 52nd Street
sad but 'ov.ng memory cf CARD OF THANKSWe
our dear husband, father and 1884 N.W. 52nd Street
brother. the family of the late.
M Mf Mv
4 IUCJ1AKD CHARLES ELLIS 1855 N.W. 52nd Street
---, f whose passing occurred on July
:" 'I, wish to thank our many friends 2027 N.W. 52nd Street
;$; for the Innumerable kindnesses DRIVE BY AND CALL
shown us during our bereavement -

Our neighbors his fellow employees.
1 Rev. J. D. Brantley, and 3 Units, 1026 N.W. 53rd Street
Mrs. Range and her Funeral
Home Staff shall be remembered Open Sunday 2 p.m. 5 p.m.

.J. In our prayers of thanksgiving. Excellent Terms 1 Call all '
--- day
"' -. .. Ella Ellis wife
1 Benjamin Kills, son GREENWALD, BROKER HI 5-3589
who departed th.s <*fe July 10
1938 Gone but not forgotten, Hi Sweetie
11\.1) her soul rest in peace.Edward ,

Jenkins, too Blanche
Galloway invites all
Leroy Jenkins JOHt'f"uw her many radio fans to listen to A FEW FURNISHED
Jenkins, senMi.drrd her new Sunday show from 1: to
J. Hayes, daughter 3 over station WFEC 1220 on EFFICIENCY APARTMENTSNOW
Lo.> J Kel.y l; daughter
your dial. Send
your requests,
Nelson Jenkins Jr
and news to her,
care of the station.Strictly .

; ---- tn! *jjj:; memory of my dear
I t cl: I For Men

who pasted away July 15 1958. J Confidential Product

There's an open gate at the end Retails for $3.00 6th Street from 2nd to 3rd Ave.
of the read w

Through alone which e oh must go Excellent repeat business.

And there is a light we cannot 100% profit. Send $2.00 IncludesTelephone

see, for sample or write for free
Our Father claims hU own. details. 25 Electric
Per Week
Beyond the gate my 1oone Gas

land. RENAY-Box 3135 WaterSwim
Happiness and
rest ..nd
There is comfort in the thought W. HOLLYWOOD, FLA. Pool
That a loving God knows, best
Mrs. Leila WUliaas. wife w
And Fan'
yIN -

Words are too numerous to express *
ifsv cg&jT my Joys sincere wishes and
sad but 1ovnc: rvmombranreof ii
heart felt gratitude to my many
father our beloved father and grand' friends and neighbors, for the
cards and flowers received during -
my stay in the hospital Special -
who entered Into eternal 1 rest 4'I thanks to my co-workers and
July 13. 1959.
t .
arts principal of Phyllis Wheatley
Father in 4 1
thy gracious
keeping School and to the pastor, members t
Leave we now thy servant sleep CHARLES DEAN and various auxiliaries of
. Ins who departed this life July 12. the Mt Sinai Baptist Church. Jam
The FamfyAdvertised 198. Gone, but not forgotten. at home
still "
Mrs. Mae Dean wife May God bless now each and recovering.every N t fUN ---.;;:;:;a,
Mrs. Clfnaita' Davis, sister you. Thank so A.
Wiilford Dean brother once you very tcrrta c AUDIT rMt DWC*
It Pays'I Ramond t ft 1 f S
Dean brother Mrs. Daisy T. Benson W4J N W IS* Au OX 1i51


flitMt vacuum OPPORTUNITIES for ambitions
Herbert C. Long today, NE CLEAN Cheerful Room la gad Negro men and women. We pay SATURDAY JULY 16, 1960 PAGE 13Candidate
4.401S.. home. Conveniently located near a, you kara. Phone FR 41361J16
shopping -- -----
center and bus '
FOR RENT Woman preferred. OX 1.77 UnfS.I'I I ........
WORKING : strength feats. This event wm
STORE. 1502 NW Srd ave. Can VERY NICE furnished TELEVISION NOT p.1r ..I take place July. 27 at 8 pjn. at
room with Have It repaired on credit Par i
FR 4-8728 or ho James E. Scott Homes Bid .
cent or owner private entrance for dlscrtmlnatinf weekly your credit Is always good *
J18 720 NW atfid
FR 17066. person. PL 7-1433. with us. AU work guaranteed.Call ave.
t To enroll ee Zek, 1995 NW
NICELY FURNISHED: three bedroom ROOMS. 1441 NW 71st NE 4-9256. -_. i 132nd st or call MU 1-3667.
house. Quiet surroundings Phone OX 16073. S J23
in Opa Lockt (Bunche Par k
gnat Desirous of clean nice, LITTLE HOUSE. One -BARGAINS
t family. For Information and t1td1en and big room ROUST Two bedroom CBS, carport rO rOr GOOD CONDITION HURRY
tape' VA 1-6654. Ap 2 fished, neat and deaft.bath.SIS aU fur-I utility shed tile bath, Fla. 3-pc.: curved sectional with covers
No light bl11 CaD week room, wall to wall carpet awnings twin hollywood bed 9x12 &
BEDROOM APARTMENT NE 3-3002. OX 1-3839 or Venetian blinds furnished 9x13 rugs. Rattan end and corner
Our Rtnt It The LowMt including electric I store, refriger r tables.I 21i1-Fl amps speaker,
Wt have the .tuft apartments ROOM. ator. Excellent location, $12.900- uph. Swivel chair. HI 32731.
4110 NW 32nd Avt.FTTIVISHED Man only. 1081 NW 61st $2,000 cash. Phone PL 13521.
at., phon PL 84164. Call after
Efficiency. None 4 pm.t1NFURN1sIlED. RESTAURANT BUSINESS: and ? +l lfi BRAND NEW
b'ter All titllWi" N.-.r bus.'typnr. equipment. 622 NW 20th st on
et, : 41 W NW Und are. APT. 1320 NW the corner. 0.1 Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath
FR 5th an. Can Baldwin Jlepbul1l. and enrage, oak floors, tile
ROOMS. For clean neatly fornlhfd l-m3- STRICTLY FOR MEN roof, buil.-in electric kitchen
rooms call Smith's Room Send name and address for free
ing House. FR 9-4S3i or OX For Rent Information on confidential product .. 1354 N.W. 59th St.
'-S343. 1009H NW god m. Specioua .! cooled auditorium Box 8133 West Hollywood.Fla. ....,. .
tndf r- J30 "' Open J-$ p.m. JK 1340
available for church We Build No Money
WE ,tAA cnOtCE 1-bed- use. Call OX 6-0231 for ap LARGE 2 BEDROOM HOME.
rnnm' apartment with a stop Bus pointment. CBS Ute bath, large kitchen DownWe
Vo 24 paws door. 2943 NW 48th dining room living room porch. .
,t Phone FR 9-5576. Florida: room workshop, $13,000 have lots to build In
> 1242 NW 53th St PL 93663.
MODERN FURNISHED ROOM I I for Mr. Miami Body Liberty City area
with private bath and kitchen. BUSINESS LOT. Located In Building Contest 135 x 195 Corner
CaM OX 14864. Carver Ranches business section.! The Opa Locks Civic Club and Cash paid for Iota or homes
For further information call OX the Jams E Scott II-mes' Community -
t2 ft x 30 ft fireproof florae 14807. J30 Club are presenting a Miss SEYMOUR BARON
"nom with bath at 7506 NW 17th I Body Beautiful and a Mr. BodyBuilding Llctnted Builder Iniurtd
ave $30 month. FR 92110. < Contort Same program
Advertise! It Pays!! other attractions plus incredible
Open Sunday 15 p.m. ------ -
ROOM in rrJvaV horn* 1826 NW -- .- -- --- -=---
55th tt Phone NE: 32740. i' NORTH MIAMI BEACH ::- :: -- : -

ROOMS, Howe to yourself cool.V'V 1435 N.E. 154th St.
i""i taellltlr! nfc* aw*. 5280NTT
45fi! .t. phone NE 5-5281 $395 DownNew KING OF HEARTS CLUB

; .
VE-ROOM nun i1'w "tM 3 and 4 bedroom CBS
nsr own b n lfn.e.! 2268 NW 46th
.' Phone OX 1-5523. homes on large landscaped

lot No closing costs, no
OVE FF1C1ENCY apartment qualify inf. One mortgage. FRI SAT SUN JULY 15-16-17
P irn',hM T/vaM with tCT moAem NW 4Sth equipment ttnne payment. City water. Onlya -

OX 1-5523- few left


CALL FR 4.JJ1S $995 Down Big FLOOR

New 3 bedroom 2 bath
nrnnt( '1? bt lines.! 1044 NW
Rn'.. .t PL 11113. CBS. Built-in oven and
range. Large kitchen and The UNTOUCHABLE"
pttitrtc1TP21 cm* bedroom apart I
living area, plus many ex:
'-"' t.- TMnr' twwn. dinette.
A" modern. Nit*. large yard. .. W e arrange all flnancing. -. PHIL HARRISYour

Adults, 0.125.TIw11.Y. 729 NW 55th Terr. MTJ hold. Small deposit will

:= of Ceremonies
1-BEDROOM anartunfurnished Master
mf'f1' Terre room Opa Locka
gtt..t: Hrr.t nice' lawn many $595 Dn.-$88 Mo.
elrera 1321 NW 38 h terrac FORMAN
New 3 bedroom CBS near ELOIS

'IT'ATrrME 1''T Furnished' or un- shopping, schools and trans RECORDING STAR
furtt h..4 39th stVE POPULAR
2137 NW
5-1920 portation. Only one left I No

closing costs. Why pay
Tit tY'FJ u. #hed heu>" with 2bfdnxxn rent? Immediate possession. VANILLA WILLIAMS -
.... .
*, Fla. r om. plum car- ,
rant With beaut'fal land'raplnr CASH FOR YOUR LOT SHAKE DANCER SUPREME
Tn the heurt of Edison Center It ,
la an ideal place for" qM and I Irrnfnr I 1- --:-- -

abV living! **e it at R1 fI:; PL 74M58 2ft3 NW 79th St THE TROPICS
NW 65th Itt Adut only Mutt %
be experienced in taking care of p"-- SINGING SENSATIONS "
a rood home PL 8-0792.


I You Asked For It Here It Is! SENSATIONS :;*

JHonfJiKow/ / IS $106In MUSIC BY

Beautiful Richmond Heights W C BAKER'S BAND

Corner BOIlS.Drive & Monroe St. I Featuring

0 CLARA JAY-Terrific Blues Singer .4

I For Reservations Call PL 8.2339 Jack Cor bit I '


HOMESON Admission 50c


I WOOD FLOORS The Untouchable" Phil Harris presents every !

Wednesday night his .
GLASS SLIDING DOORS TO PATIO Original Big Amateur and \ t

ENCLOSED GARAGE Professional Hour

Open Sunday 2 to 6:00 p.m.


Ora Taylor, Agent CE 5-4246 -->.. .: '
= ------
... ...-- I- ,- --- --


MEMORIALS loving memory of our dear '
father and grandfather,
departed this life July 16, House of Albert. .

CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn 1948.May his soul, and the souls of DEATHS Arthur Cunningham a pioneer

Hazel- memory of our all the faithful departed, through citizen of Miami who resided at
of Henry cherished
We. the family this life July loved, tenderly remembered the mercy of God, rest In peace. 1352 NW 2nd Ave. died in Jackson -
hurst nho departed I dearly
Hospital July 12 at 2
3 and was laid to rest July 9, I wife mother and grandmother, 'Amen. pm.
The Martin Family Rev. Otis Mundy officiated. Burial -
this method of expressing ANNA M. WOODS
-wish to take I rtange .
in Lincoln.
our sincere thanks and who departed this life July 17, was

heartfelt gratitude to the many 1958. We know. why nothing CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs. Catherine Sykes of 2387 The infant of Mr. and Mrs.
friends and neighbors for their teems' the same -why- it's grey and NW 75th st, died July 9 In Jimmie Mitchell of 106 NW
kind and sympathetic deeds extended lonely too the very silence calls late Christian Hospital Mrs. Sykes 4th
family of the ave. died July 1 and was laid to
us in our hour of bereave your name we miss you dear. MKS. uu1E WOOTtlM was a native of Eastman. Ga. and rest July 8-
ment. Thanks to Rev. W. P. The Family with' to thank all persons who ,had lived in Miami 12 years. The
Tarpley and membership of Ml flowers body was sent to Eastman July -
sect cards telegrams,
Calvary Baptist Church and to IN MEMORIAMIn and for kind expressions of sym- 12 for final rites. She Is survivedby
the House of Albert for under- patty in the tune of their be- her husband Luther, a sister. ANNUAL

standing, services. cad but loving memory of reawoM.ni. It also gives special MIAMI TIMESVEWSBOYS
Mrs. Rosa Lee Hazelhurst wife, our fr.end, thanks w the director and per- Mrs. Obi. Brown of '725 NW
sonnel of Range Funeral Hone 67th sts died July 10 In Jackson PICNIC
And six children ,
\ for their most efficient service. hospital Chapel services were
J &dra Mae lianna, daughter held July 13. Burial was in Lincoln SATURDAY JULY 23rd
Manorial She is. survivedby
IN MEMORIAMIn Oaaueta Caraweil, daughter
Isa Mac JacJuon, daughter her sons Alfred Brown and
Grace Hole, daughter Larry Dames; a sister, Miss Es-
sad but lovlcg: memory ofr' Isaac Woolen J r., son tells Lathon, a brother, Benjamin Grocery .Business
Lathon and other relatives.
John G. Woolen son
Deiores Woolen, daughter For Sale

Mrs. Ida Jones of 2157 NW 6th

ave.. died July 8 in the State Thriving small grocery store
k CARD OF THANKS Hospital at Chaltahoochee. Ser, in busy neighborhood in
I '
vices will be conducted July 16'
The family of the late, in St. Paul AM!: Church, Miami, Liberty City
C1LYKLJJS: I&ATON with Rev. Fayson officiating.
who departed this life on June Burial will be In Lincoln Me- Completely Stocked
18 in Jackson Memorial Hospital mortal She is survived by her
wish to take this method of daughter, Mrs Alfreda James Call OX 1.9899 or

tanking the. many friends and Parhanx OX 1.9850
neighbors for cards flowers,''
telegrams and otter tokens of Norman Phillips of 216 NW
R. sympathy shown us during our 75th st.. died July 12 in Jackson
hours of sorrv Special thanks to Hospital He was a native of 'l.
Range Funeral Home and to llev. Cairo. Ga,. and had lived in the
.. I. C. Williams of Atlanta Ga. who Miami area for 10 years He Is STOREFOR
-- --- preached this funeral Again survived by his wife. Rena; five
i..cFtJ- JOHN -Dan" WILLIAMS thanks to everyone. children his ; rents. Funeral RENT

who (In*""* this Ufe July 17' Mrs. Anne Nealey, sister arrangement are Incomplete. 1460 N.W. 3rd Ave.
II SR. .n Kingston, Jamaica. May Mrs. Elizabeth Fisher sister
he rest in peace. llev. W. M Beaten brother $75 per month
\ \ i iI s From his friends And Family Why be Out of Style?

-- ... -.'--- ". j I Bonded Collection Agency
CLIFFORD "Jofeftfile Mize" IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn Let us convert your double- 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue
breasted suit to a single breasted,
I SAUNDERSwho ad but loving memory o narrow lapel $18 FR 3-8416
died July 5. 1959. our dear mcCierLTTIE loving memory of our dear up. Mr. Willis
Yeur Smiling Tailors 937 NW
And tho beyond our uadentaading mother and grandmother.JESSIE .
ALBURYwho 3rd Ave. Reuben Hepburn' Prop.

May this set your heart at rest' died July 8, 19W. Indf
Somewhere in aU His wisdom We all love her so dearly but
A loving God knows best. God loved her best. May she rest

Lenora Johnson, aunt in peace.
Eliza Johnson aunt Mrs. Lillian Smith.
And Family Mrs Family Olive Neely, daughtersAnd HOMES FOR SALE

IN MEMORIAMIn 1825 N.W. 52nd Street

sad but lov.ng memory of 1884 N.W. 52nd Street
our dear husband father and
family of the late
brother I 1UCHA11D CHARLES ELLIS 1855 N.W. 52nd Street

whose passing occurred on July 2027 N.W. 52nd Street
r.:1: '7, wish to thank our many friendsfor
the innumerable kindnesses DRIVE BY AND CALL
r shown us during our bereave
I, I I menu .
." I II Our neighbors his fellow em
I ployees. Rev. J. D. Brantley, and 3 Units, 1026 N.W. 53rd Street
j Mrs. Range and her Funeral
Home Staff shall be rememberedIn Open Sunday 2 p.m. 5 p.m.

1 our prayers of thanksgiving.Ella Excellent Terms I Call all]( day! '
.eM Ellis, wife
+ Family son GREENWALD, BROKER HI 5-3589
who departed this life July 10,,
t 1958 Gone but not forgottenmay ,,, Hi, Sweetie
her soul rest in peace. .
Edward Jenkins, son Blanche
CaUoway invites all
Leroy Jenkins. son her many radio fans to listen to
Hercules Jenkins senMi her new Sunday show from 12 to
.tired J. Hayes, daughter 3 over station WFEC 1220 on EFFICIENCY APARTMENTSNOW

Lo.s J. Kelly daughter your dial. Send your requests,
Nelson Jenkins Jr. son announcements and news to her, AVAILABLE AT
care' of the station.Strictly .


4SAMLEL (n t 'viV3 memory of my deal
r:;:--band For Men
who passed July IS, 1958. Confidential Product
away Retails 6th Street from 2nd to 3rd Are.
There's an open gate at the end $3.00
of the read
Through which Nab must to Excellent repeat business. IncludesTelephone

alone., 100% profit. Send $2.00
And there is a light we cannot
for sample or write for free
Our Father' claims his own. details. 25 Per Week Gas

Beyond the late my loved one
land.Happiness. RENAY-Box 3135 Water

and rest, ,nd W. HOLLYWOOD, FLA. Swim Pool
There is comfort: in the thought

That a Lena God knows best .-.
Mrs Williams, wife j,

MEMORIAM Words are too numerous to express -
my joys. sincere wishes and: '
In sad but loving rrrncmbranreof L bean felt gratitude to my many -
? our beloved father and grandfather friends and neighbors for the :
cards and flowers received during < :
MR. THOMAS GRAHAM I my stay in the hospital Spec
who entered' into eternal rest. 9 ial thanks to my co-workers and -

July 13. 1959.! ..... ...... ... .. U' principal of Phyllis Wheatley -,.
Father in thy gracious! keeping School and to the pastor, members -
CHARLES DEAN and various auxiliaries' of
Leave we now thy servant sleep.Ing. -
who departed this life July 12, the Mt Sinai Baptist Church I
The FamilyAdvertise 1968. Gone, but not forgotten.Mrs. am at home now still recovering., risk.Lt3'Ld .
Mae Dean, wife May God bless each and everyone -

Mrs Clemenita Davis sister you. Thank you so very C ALSOT fw-rol Dv.*vCSC
Willford Dean brother
It Pays'I Esmond Dean, brother Mrs. Daisy T. Benson N W Cu< Av.-OX J 7 lCARDS

i f I I

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finest vacuum cleaner. for tmbltkms
Call Herbert C. Long today NE I CLEAN Cheerful Room in good' Negro men and women. We pay SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960 PAGE 13
4401. b!< __ ___ ihoppinf center and bus
FOR RENT Woman preferred. OX Unes.i -. -tIIIIII! strength feats. This event will
TELEVISION NOT WORKING? f < : I tae place July 27 at 8 pjn. at
STORE. 1502 NW std ave. Can VERY NICE furnished room with Have tt repaired on credit Pay i th* James E. Scott Homes Bld %
seen or parser FR 4-8728 or private entrance for discriminatInf weekly your credit Is always rood 720 NW 3Snd ave.
FR 1-7066. 319 person. PL 71433. i with us. AU work ruaranteed. T,. enroll see Zek 1993 NW
Cau NE 49236. 132nd at or call MU
NICELY rUBNTSHTO three bedroom ROOMS. 1441 NW 71st street! 13667.J23
house. Quiet surroundings Phone OX 16073. J23 FOR SALE I
Opl Locks (Bunch Par k BARGAINS
'f'f'I'' Desirous of clean, nice, LITTLE II OUSE. One big room HOUSE. Two bedroom CBS carport COOD CONDITION HURRY
quiet family. For Information and kitchen and bath, aQ furnished utility shed, tile bath Fla. r 3N"ed sectional with covers
3T! VA 1-M34. 1 neat and d an. $18 week room wall to wall carpet awn- twin hollywood bed 9x12 &
No! light bilL Call OX 1-3839 or Infs, Venetian blinds furnished rL 9x13 rugs. Rattan end and corner
BEDROOM APARTMENTOur NE 33002. 1 Including electric stove refriiter- tables. 2 HI-FI amps speaker,
la The Lowest
iter. Excellent location, 12.900 uph. Swivel chair. HI 3-2751.
Wt have the 32nd apartment ROOM. Man only. 1081 NW 81st $%.000 cash. Phone PL 13321.
4110 NW Ave. rt PL 8-4164. Call after .
FTRVISHED All utilities.Efficiency.Near None but equipment 622 NW 20th si on bedroom, 2 bathand
APT. 1320 NW the :
s!*'tn>:n?. 41to NW 32nd are. 3th ..... Call Baldwin Hepburn. corner. garage, oak floors, tile
FR 19333. STRICTLY FOR MEN roof, buil.-in electric kitchen
ROOMS. For clean. neatly far-
nil hf'd rooms" call Smith' Room- Send name and address for free 1354 N.W. 59th St..
tnr House. TR483t or OX For Rent Information on product
t-5343. lOOfltt NW tad Box 3133 West Hollywood.Fla. Open J., p.m. JE 1.1S40
11ft.Indt Specious air-cooled auditorium J30 r
available for church I.i: We Build No Money

WE ,tAA CHOICE 1bedapartment use. Call OX 64)231 for ap LARGE 2 BEDROOM HOME. DownWe
Buss CBS ute bath large kitchen
rnmn with a stove. pointment. -
door. 2945 NW 46th dining room living room porth.
<" 24 passes have lots to build In
workshop, $13,000 -
FR 9-3378. I ,. Florida room
It Phone _
---- 1242 NW 55th St. PL 9-36(3. Candidateor Mr. Miami BodyBuilding Liberty City area

MODERN FURNTSIIED ROOM I Contest 135 x 195 Corner
Located In
with nitrate bath and Carver Ranches business section.: The Opa Locka Civic Club and Cash paid for lots or homes
on OX 14M4. t1tC'hm.1 information call OX H *cs Community -
to For further the James E Scott
1-4807. J3G Club are presenting a Miss SEYMOUR DARON
-ft ,
lift roof
Body Beautiful and a Mr. BodyBuilding Licensed Builder Insured
at 7SOfl NW 17th
room with Contest Same' programother
soe |30 month. FR 92110. Advertise! It Pays! attractions plus incredible
-- -----
Open Sunday 1.5 ---- ;
p.m. .
ROOM In "rrlvat* home. 1828 NW -
iVh! tt Phone NE 32740.' NORTH MIAMI BEACH -

ROOMS_ Ton* Vj yourself' etx' >l.VVin 1435 N.E. 154th St. -r- IEEA H
fJKflltJer! nice area. 3280MT rKING TS CLUB
45th t. phone NE 55283.r'Roof $395 Down

Tlunral<'w, located'
New 3 and 4 bedroom CBS
near" t"wn b i. ln! ..*, 3268 NW 48th
homes lare landscapedlot.
e' ""'t' OX 1-3523. on

n'T I'FICIENCY apartment qualifying.No closing One costs mortgage, no FRI SAT SUN JULY 15-16-17

I]"" c hM with mMern e rulpTvate payment. City water. Only
mr"t *M NW 48th .t
a few left
!\"fI OX 1351.NEATLY
-- -
CALL PR 4.2213 $995 Down Big

New 3 bedroom 2 ball
nrv>M v jr bi line 1044 NW .
Built-in oven am
It:>' *> d PL 11113. CBS. UNTOUCHABLE"PHIL
range. Large kitchen an<( The
r'p qtm nnrnnm ao rt- plus many ea '
living area,
-\t Lr U..nf r'fW'Ir'dlftf'tt.! '.
financing. HARRISYour
.. W
A'A m'w1'rn. Nice larva yard.Artu'tt e arrange
T29 NW 55th Terr. MU Small deposit wil
.nn1. hold.

:: = Master of Ceremonies
Tr"VTLY 1-nronOOM apartment -
unfurnished' laree:" room Op a Locka
nart, reet nfre' lawn many $595 Dn.-$88 Mo.
eMNs 1321 NW 58th terrace. ELOIS FORMAN
New 3 bedroom CBS new
\"A nFum'tMod' nr un- thopnina, schools and trans. POPULAR RECORDING STAR
fnr j tc"M 2137 NW 3>th ttNT p rtation. Only <*>.. 'left N

51920. closing costs. Why pa;, WILLIAMS

tint' T V furnHhed houses with 2 rent? Immediate possession VANILLA .
pm carT T
bf.drnnrn'111. room. DANCER SUPREME
>ort With beautiful 1and Mplnr., CASH FOR YOUR LOT SHAKE ,
tn the heart if Edlrt\ Center It -
--- -
It an Ideal place tor quiet, and,1---
enmfnrtaWe llrln S*'*" It at M" "L 74U56 283 NW 79th Si THE TROPICS
Adult only tuft '"'
NW 3th street
be e perl a rood home IL 8-0792'



Asked For It Here It It! SENSATIONS .

MUSIC BY ;; ,1'

MoNthly' as low is. $106In

Beautiful Richmond Heights W C BAKER'S BAND

-Drive 2 Monroe Sf. Featuring '
Corner 80lg5 CLARA JAY-Terrific Blues Singer

NEW LARGE I For Reservations Call PL 8-2339 Jack Corbitt

3 and 4 BEDROOMSCBS 50c



The Untouchable Phil Harris presents everyWednesday



GLASS SLIDING DOORS TO PATIO Original Big Amateur and ,\o .

ENCLOSED GARAGE Professional Hour r

Open Sunday 2 to 6:00 p.m. I


CE 5-4246 _. .. -
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their parents. Is this true raUgion .
PHIL OSSOFER How strange that we pray for
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960 TEACHERS AT the day of universal peace and of
: the oneness of mankind, yet art

U. being led, perhaps unconsciously,
t HOWARD towards these goals by the religious
b Z recently read that marriage indifferent!
INSTITUTEWashington which occur between members of
i i I different religions hare a much
D. C. HI. hSchool higher mortality rate than those LEGAL NOTICE
science teachers from 21 between members of the sane
states and the district of Columbia religion, and that these "dsnfer- NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS
R are enrolled in an dfhtweeic, cms" marriages are entered into NAME LAW
'K. all expetwe paid summer *"- far men often by the religious Notice is hereby given that the
i :ute In Biology at Howard UnltTflty Indifferent than by the devout. undersigned, desiring to engagein
The institute will end business, under the fictitious
August 12. Why should intermarriage be name of 18th Ave. Grocery and
Tn all there are 48 teachers 01 so dangerous Aren't we admon- Sundry 6309 N.W. 18th Are,
t central science, biology, cheraiijy ished in Biblical Scripture to Miami, Fls, intends to register
-4 4..
S and physics enrolled. Twentyare "Love one another" to "Love our the said name with the clerk of
partWpanU In a radiation neighbor u ourselves," and areG'tI Circuit: Court of Dade County
biology section studying atomic I te-e told that someday we will be- Florida.
and nuclear physics in addition i t come as *K>ne flock under one Alton Johnson owner
to radiation biology; and 26 art Shepherd?" If this be so. It U the July I, 16, 23, 30
01 in a modern biology perspectives I i religious indifferent who are
ao !section studying recent advances working towards the fulfillment
(tn biology. I of Ics.these scriptures and prophet- m HAW rat*
The program is financed jointly I
f by the National Science Foundation -' This is paradoxical, for it Is the A
and the U. S. Atomic. devout who should be following
Energy Commission. Dr. Marie C. the teachings of God and fulfilling .r
Taylor associate professor of His prophesies. Yet, sometimes .. -+a.r e..... ......
botany at Howard" directs the it is the devout who reject
Institute. I I these marriages. I base known ..r
: Attending the Institute from cases in devout Jewish families
It- Miami' are Robert B. Burke of where sons had married outside
BTW Hirh School and Marvin E. of their religion, and were disowned ,'
I eta.- Goff Hialeah IBgh.Business. I and mourned as dead by 1

New York CDroadway C. _;:hvr Id ; Including the I
stars Geraldine Paige! and Mau care cast of "Raisin' In The Club and

I reels Stapleton tell why they S.m" demonstrated against lunch All Service Announcing The Grand Opening of
join the CORE picket line before counter segregation in Southern
F. W. WooU-orta. More than 73 store Your own .d right In the customtit SERENA'S BEAUTY SALONThe
pocket. To get the most
out of any advertising fnetflam finest in beauty care for the discriminating

mutt be assured that yourmessage woman
COUPLE BACK was wfetefc served the by party the drove Fosters to after the you 'II seen and reed a. many Air conditioned for TOUr comfort
the eontlnu
time a possible It Is
FROM EASTERN Home of Dr. and Mrs. Fordhamin sue hammering away that finally SERENA WILLIAMS, Prop.

.St Albans were delicious keeps your namt and the natureof Geraldine Allen and Grace Ferrell, Operator
de crts served
were !in the spacious
TRIP your business or service' In the 827 N.W.
and picturesque! music 62nd Street PL 8-2731
minds of the ones you want to
mom of the Fordhams, where
Mr and Mrs Fred Davis of they viewed" hundreds of pictures reach and attract. Jie
Miami Beach returned home last on t.MnIb.' showing the music You can put your own adver.tlsement
Sunday from a most delightful accomplishments of the Fordhams right Into the pockets.
round of varied social activities nrr-und the world. Before leaving and purse. of each man and woman
that began at Convention Hall In St Albans for the trip back to who comes Into your ettab
Atlantic City. ttj. where they Miami Beach tentative plans lUhment. It Isn't necessary that
were special guests at a great relirfrxiA writ laid by the Davlses and they nurcase cl convocation attended by For hams to present a bg! "home or tobacco, you may not even CBS Home For Sale
16.000 Seventh Dav Adventists mming" music festival in Miami handle such commodities.. But
youth and adults They motored early in November of this year. a book of matches Is welcomedby
next tft Newark where they spent Such a project, would of course everyone never turned downor
several day, with relatives. A bring the Fordhama to Miami to tossed .aside 2 large, spacious bedrooms, tiled porch,
highlight; of their Newark *oJourn. offer a series of variety concerts All of which means that your
was the attendance of a I tn conjunction with the former advertisement Is right where you large living tiled bathroom tiled
choral spectacular featuring the I Fnrdhamalre, Chorale of Miami want It to be In the pocketsand ,
Internattananv nnw purses of men and women;
famous Ford- bring revived to begin
hamalrr of Now York City' and : I'C"pIntnrynrk for this pur- In offices. homes In the shop roof, hardwood 'floors.
the ISO voice Trinity Temple T)oe Dr and Mrs. Fordham are and factory. and that mesoago of
CiA ehonn of Newark under outstanding solo artists and aren I yours -Is seen and road each time Newly painted inside and out. This home is locatednear
the direction of Dr Furman renowned favorite duo team. i, a match Is used each book of
Fordham. the eminent" musksoerlalist Watch this newspaper for fur- matches you pass out Is actually school and shopping plaza, and may be seen
will known by music <*'cor information regarding their' working for you day and night.I .
lovers here It' will be recalled coming her I I For Free Detail Call daily, and Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 6
that during the period when Dr. And now tired but exceedingly SAMMY FR 3-4155
Fordhatn conducted hi* amazingsir happy the wet known Davis ---- p.m.. Inquire at .
weeks murk workshop here, couple have! returned to their I

about three ream -.t*>. the qual- Miami Beach abode to, of all Oriv Carefully! 1640 N.W. 153RD STREETPhone
sty of his work was so outstanding things! rest! ,
that he and HI* 75 yoke
ehonw were irnHKrd to do a half NE 4.3168 or NE 4-2339 or UN 5-S033
hour Choral Spectacular on the CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF
kcal televIsion station From Also inquire at this address for EXPRESSWAY
Newark the Divtva visited thebeautiful BEAUTY CULTURE
wirbttrban home of Mr, HOUSES to be delivered to your lot or to our lot for
and Mrs Josef Footer In Union-
dale. I you.
Fosters presented' Mr Davis' with
a surprise! Wrthdav rrty which Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly ,
was attended bv the followingnersonr
J D Th4)n of Newark Hair-Weev Training Center in The South
Mr. and Mrs Carrinrton of !South=;
knee Park W Mrs M L Write today (or further information r GRAND
Cenerette Miami Mrs F. Sherman
NYC and Dr sad Mrs Fur- 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Ma rot, Florida
man Fordham of St Albans. NY

A delightful six-course dinner


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t h" t S ALUMNI "Under our country* presentrate
? ;..r'i i, a i iThe if BENNETT of *nr rth, the self-endow
meat will mature la 75
M y Mw STARTS program
to lee years Then it should pro
I ENDOWMENTFUND vMe Bennett with an annual
ste .ee > taceme far the following

96 yean

I New York Alumni of Bennett "Or of tfee trustee pnfer--
.. Greensboro' N. C, be
College the total remaining equity' may
initiated: a self-endowment program withdrawn 'in ene lump sum. It
for their! alma mater dur- may be difficult to realize the
inc July. according' to Dr. F. D. fact" Dr Patterson said "but at
Patterson chairman: of the board maturity the value of the equity
1 of trustees. The Initial $1.060 payment *h on a 35-year annual funds two' mll:inn dollars It should be
'was made in the offices of Hamertha& .i fhr,'ling 1 experience far any
Borg and Co.. New York alumni group to see the endpoint
City July 6. In a program of this type."
"After 15 years, the earnings
ac&ieved through this cumulative
investment program should provide -
an Increasing return for the
('otk'uy five years," Dr. Advertise! It Pays!

National Business Lea cue Patterson said. (

board of directors met recentlyin Joann Thompson. Deborah HOI,
N wr York to outline their i Summer ProgramAt Doris Robinson Georgia Russell

1960 convention, set for the Lillie C. Evans ; and Frances Bethel, Harriet Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE
Sheraton-Gibscn hotel In Cincinnati Miller Athake Parrot Theresa
July 19-22 and stressingthe Edwards and Marsha Phillips ALSO CONTRACT
theme Trends and Newer Continued interest is being We are greatly indebted to Mrs. PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
Opportunities in Ulmea.Foundf'd ." shown. in the summer program at Alese GUI for materials which aM Licensed and Insured
in 1900 and dedicated to Llllie c. Evans Elementary Various has given us along with many Co..ultatlo"Florida
raising the level of Negro bus!* activities under the leadership helpful. suggestions; to Mrs. Atha- Color Mind Free Fret Estimation
nets the League has played amajor cf Mrs Ethel Wilkinson and lee Range fur making tt possible Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.
role In America's commercial Maurice Graham are giving those for Johnson of Miami to make anable--Phone PL 93231DRIVER'S
1 Mfe. Dr F D. Patterson In attendance something to look shots of the program and Patrick Time payment plan
president U seeking to unite the forward to. The many activities Range for making additional pictures -
Negro in business throughout! the conducted in the leisure time program w'tn hIt Polaroid camera."
courrtry for economic survival In the library are being Ethel Wilkinson director a
Photo shows board members left actively engaged In by youngsters
J. J Henderson Dur of all ages, his program itbeing r !
to rtfhf LICENSE
ham. N C : Fxtward Davis De-l directed by Mrs. H. Stew FAMU ROOM I

troit.: Chare Tyre. Philadelphia;! artThe RENT MUST BE
C. W Maxwell Philadelphia: following pupils were winners ONE
Jean Cooke. New York: T D.Pattf'1Inft in the Field Activities soccer PAID IN FRONT BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING
New York; John H. kick for distance Frankie M.
Wickllffe. NY, Booker T. MeGnrr I Swain and Curtis I>3 tey. 50 yard Tallahassee Beginning Sept O'BERRY'SMAGIC

Washington: Belford V I inch. boys Thomas McMillan. and I charges' for room rent at Fla.
I..awse* Wa hlnton' ; WHllam R.Hudginn. .! girls Sandra Nix; 23 yard dash A&M University will] be payable SCHOOL
N Y : Bebnont lUydel. Calvin White; broad Jump. Thomas in full .registration, announced CITY DRIVING
New OrVans. and William II. McMillan and girls, Carolyn Dr. George W. Gore Jr. | 6262 N.W. 15th AvenueOX
Kelly. Mdladrtphla.-ANP. Delaney:; softball throw Thomas Dr. Gore said that all ronm
McMillan. and girl. Frankie Mae rent would be paid in advance at 1-5283
PHYWS WHEATLEY I Swain. the time of rwtotratkm rather

Art and In the Silly Bonnet' Contest the than on a monthly bang as hasbeen .... "' "' .. ...- -.-
The PhjrlHs. Wheatley I hats representing' certain the policy in the part Res.idents .
Social Club closed the activitiesft following Gtbbs Hall
mon certificate of Truth and d
he dub with a gala picnic at 7. their countries originators Hat from will pay $76 M per *eme' te'% I CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE
Thursday July SPEND A
Virginia their Cuba Barbara Barn well: from Students rek ng in all other
The members had with Harrali. Verdls Clark: from Parts, campus dormitories will pay afar
friends to enjoy the day Bethel from Italy. Frank- of 167 5. per eeneter I II EBONY
Jewel :
and other games
them Checkers I Dormitories for freo men will
were played and many enjoyed o (e Mae with the library be opened' Saturday Sept .10.'
the ..rrf. At three o'clock the In connection whole group has Students scheduled to take UM' & RestaurantAir
the Motel
table nva: spread and all enjoyeda program shown the 1960 Orange state test for high srooot seniors
bountiful feast Among the Parade and game film courtesy are to report at 7:43: aJtu Sept.;
friends Wf'f'eIrs DailY Muriel of Florida Power and Light 10 Dormitories for urcerclass- condition Television Telephone in every room
and Mrs Victoria nenjrr. of West' Co Other flhns from Ideal Picture -' men will be opened Sept 14.

Palm B. ch. and John LensSamuel are being shown during the Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Diaie Highway
nf NYC Mr TJIOY! |

on. president of City Federation alsonwny weekThe younger children belong to' DO YOU HAVE A Riviera Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
the day
was seen envying the Flannel Board Story Telling'
member, from the Sun- Club and the Reading dub. To DRINKNG PROBLEM?
chine OwnunltT The day was children' have ri''iJt''i4'rIl'rftIfIIIIT'S
date the follorlng ";y.ti1'ii1"4'r ;;
beautiful and all went their way told three or more stories: Sylvia CALL FR 4-4773 .J i4"ej1
>nietfl the sentiments, "that a and Wanda Brown Ethel and NOT TOO LATE .
rood time for all was made fws- Rose Smith, Arias Bannister
sable by their liostewes" outfit or your
M I. Daniek reporter Air.. To have your picture made In your prom ,
Marie Price president cap and robe

Practical NursingClash RECORDS79c High School and Kindergarten Cap and Gown FurnishedJohnson

at NHS

.... b n' Mien totthe
Triots "A-M w1 t entM'
those NUrMnlC1a
would 1kf' te
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evening division of "Something on Your Mind"-Bobby Mon ette ,
The a4ult
Worthwestevn Senior offers acourse "Wade in The Water"--Soul Stirrers"Question"Lloyd
for the fret' Hwtrvmental time )..fUlk.Im.tf'd .
in Price
must be 18
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years will include supervbrd "Rocktnf Good Way ,
The cuo" ,
practice hIM ensemble band playing l. "Will My Man Be Home Tonight"- -Lillian Offet
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There s reese will be provtsWn be. WMBM Pick Hits

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night July 13 at 8 f>m f

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA will be Kev. W. R. Smith of New
Bethel Baptist Church: Opa
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1960 Locka. Tb. public Is invited. Rev. MIAMI TIMESNEWSBOYS
I __ I Paul Freeman Ja the pastor.
The theme: "The Need of

x 4 t WOMEN'S DAY AT Liberty Elks LodgeIn I Christian Mea to Meet The SATURDAY, JULY 23rd

f MT. CALVARY Membership Drivel cial t lenge Change.of This" Economic aw-I I

\ NETS $2,165.28
, Liberty Lodge No. 1052 xe
'.., calling aU men 21 to 55 yean of
i f age wo are not Elks to become {MMIETS
E::k.. and take a part In this iiI cur-JMTf STOlE
i antic program.
The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
i 1. To make civil liberties a lire 4M
l I and workable organization. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

:2 To build a strong and active
'jnior Elks Club. # The finest products at Cut Rate Price

3. To reorganize a marching Al"Tablet Tranquil#.-.....,,,.,,, US Thins| Reducing Super Plan
..* n and make It the strongest Lid
Madam Walker
1 ': :ill best unit In the State. I I I Ointment .._ .10 S1S Tsnt" tAl UI

I I. 4 T.", mate and to keep Liberty Posntrs Btrgamoitt Swamp Root .71 141
<- ,,!?. and Liberty Elks Club theist Hair Dressing' .I, Father John ___ .71 1.M
} ::: bca-it.ful: ) Rest In the Slater Sunday. July 17, wfll be
Ob-I Long-aid Hair Cartful. _________ 1.M
served as Men's Day at Dressing ,...,.,-_ 1j00 Earring* .10 U .71 pr.
mo m now! Join while ther..n Hpe Missionary Baptist
fee i it down. Fcr a limited t7lO NW 69ih sL The morning OPEN DAILY A. SUNDAYS, to 10 P.M.
T.D! only, $5..50. i i fpeakcr will be Rev. C. J. Bur- JOKN A McMINN. Owner
C- :id' Role! Exalted Ruler ney pastor of Friendship Baptist
f ,' '!I Hudson secretary Church. The evening speaker,._ -- ._ -__.'"7r._ ,_...-...._ -.""" .__ Jft- .....-

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Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR

join their chairman Mrs. Clara
Lore and co-chairman Mn. die
Mae Wilcox in thanking everyone 1
who helped us to make our Wo ,
man's Day a success. The baby .
contest at 3 pm. was wonderful ,
Little Wlnfred Doyal was the'' i .
winner over Audrey Williams .
2nd prize winner and Larry Cur-
ry, 3rd prize. Thanks to their
mothers and to the committee.' I
Mrs. Evelyn Hunt Mrs. BettyM.
Klndrlck. Mrs. Begtnous Rol
fins Mrs. Willie L. Johnson and I
Mrs. Emma Rivers. Special I
thanks to our visitor

New WFEC Schedule! .. .' .

MONDAY THRU FRIDAY I This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

5:30 a.m. in 9:00 a.m. Gospel I

9-00: to IS a.mTJ the DJ ONLY DOWN
110 s.an. 1 p.m.-Ed Cook $495
2:00 1:00 to 2 pjn.-Ckwpel B. Boy BUYS A SPARKLING NEW BEDROOM, 2 BATH CBS HOME IN
to 4 p.m.-Ed Cook
5:15 5:30 Jim Reid! News

5:30 to 9 am. Rat SNrituals CAR PORTE. SEE 1523 N.E. 152ND ST.
0:00 to 2 p.m.-Ed Co** -
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2-00 to 7:15 p.m. TJ the DJ J
5:15: to 330-JIm Reid News

5:30: ..m. to 12 noon.- Carver Ranches
GMPf"1 nHnt Bnr ONLY $395 DOWNA Waterfront home. Close to
12 to 3 pm.nianrfje" Ca'loway 2-bedroom CBS home schools.
3:00 to 7-13 I'mTnft!<, Jam:
LATEST RADAR WFATTTFH, very cute home for couple. See 2420 S.W. 48th Ave.
$995 Down
ox nrE
IIALP noun ALL DAY EVERYDAY nicely landscaped. Close to II
I $395 bedroom, carporte, oven and
buses. Only one mortgage. Move

14th Anniversary i in tomorrow. $69 MONTH range, utility. See model N.W.

The Liberty Savings Club IsceVbratlnc i 1 mortgage Move right in! 15th Are., N.W.. 155th St. See
Its 14th annhrersaryprotram See !5916 N.W. 23rd Ave. I Iu ..
on Sunday afternoon II us.
Julr 17 at 3:30 I
Bethel Baptist Church pjn 1571 at New NW r........ ,_ ........... I! :!: I
bath Terr The public is trm td.

--- -- RENTAL : Brand New 3 bedroom CBS, .

Beautiful 2-bedroorn homes
The Dade County 1 Bedroom, upstairs, furnished, Liberty City. Shower doors,

duplex apartment, clean, city blinds, schools, bua.a. with carporte and Florida room.
Young Democratic
Nice location.
Association water. $18.50 weekly. $995 Down

1402 N.W. 56th St. See 1830 N.W. 70th St. Will not last. Hurry!
proudly presents

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It'a Annual H

BOAT RIDEOn Opa Locka Brand New I

the DreamboatThe Bedroom CBS No closing I: ONLY $395 DOWN Liberty City, 2 bedroom, largelot.

costs. Only : Cute home for couple
Seven Seas Only .
$595 Down : See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave.

FRI., JULY 29 $495 Down
See 1730 N.W. 54th St. : 1 mortgage $60 month

8:30 p.m. : L

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Boat l laves from Pier to, City i

Yacht Basin across from Bay SEE US AT 201 NW.62ND STREET
front Park Auditorium BlacayntBouUvard

and 8th StrICt FAIR I REALTY PL7-1645L

Roundtrip fare $2.00

For Tickets We are open every day 9 a.m to 6 p.m. including Sundays

List your lots with UI for quick cash .ale. Best prices paid
FR 4-7748 FR 4-3297 I

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