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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 23, 1960
Frequency: weekly
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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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).
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Police Bribe Case Rigged 11




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Roundtree and Finch I Thursday that the case was an Jacob Smart and Robert "Pa" bunt completely when the court referred to as an Innocent by-
act of reprisal against ODe of the Jenkins two confessed longtime ruled out altogether the evidence stander" in the case.
May Beat RapAtty. officers.: boUts pickup men, took the stand on the tape recorder. | Roundtree was one of the officers
Amos C. Roundtree, 11, of 110 to tell how they allegedly comedown Parson made It plain that be who told the Grand Jury
; Franklin Parson shrewd NW 57th st, and Clyde C. Finch to polk of the shake felt the whole case was built around about wide-open numbers operations
young attorney defending two 28 of 1014 NW 61st It. hare been operation and helped the an" all&dpi u> leI Round- mere, with alleged polka
Negro police officers charged I charted with accepting! $75 In detectives set the trap" with tree off the forcehecUf0he was protection
with taking boots payoff from marked bills u a shakedonrnpayoff. marked bills and a tape recorder. focusing too musfttTlfnfeiai the The case is being continued
number* operators, told the court: The prosecution's bubble almost Illicit bollPrince I I today.

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I Rival Shriner Groups Clash HerefOver;. Initiation I



Hall BattlesInternational I!! Times that the Incident occurred
I'when Graves' and Sweeting broke
I Masons Into an initiation session which

NAACP Seeks to Block Hearing Comm. In a fracas resulting from a holding the International at the Love Masons and Chanty were

Hall. Davis said Graves and
Masonic fraternalIsm. -
The local branch of the NAACP j dispute. Atty.over G. E. Graves and Samuel Sweeting Immediately began to
the Florida snatch off fetes of members and
has asked Supreme Sweeting two well known
Court this week to block a meeting Monument Dedicated fraternal leaders, suffered Injuries (n general disrupt the meeting.
of legislative tnvestlgatinf about the bead and upper Davis added that Graves and
committee scheduled for next body late Thursday afternoon Sweetlnc. who are in the local
Wednesday. struck with Kstah Temple, Prince HsQ affiliate
when were
Tha Rev. Theodora R. Gibson they members of a rival were apparently sttmept-
president of the branch, has bean to Dr. G.W. Caruer : chairs Masonic by order. ing to show that the International
directed by Judge W. M. Walkerof Masons were Illegal and therefore -
o'clock Thus-
the Leon County Circuit Court Shortly before have no right to bold any
to take the membership records day Graves wu seen' coming such meeting.Up .
DIAMOND Mo. The George -- --
from the Lon and
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of the organization to Tallahassee ,
Washington Carver national memorial -
Charity Hall corner of NW 3rd to late Thursday night.
with him and to testify from, BUILDING HERE
was dedicated at the site
ave. and 11th st, bleeding profusely and Sweeting could notbe
them at the hearing. of the com I Graves
and than
of his here, more
mittee. people from his head and holding reached for comment' A series
Attorney O. E. Craves Gib! 2,000 witnessed the ceremony. DROPS 21% a cloth to an apparent wound rf phone calls established the.
son's lawyer has asked the Su near his forehead. His shirt was fact that they did not go to entber -
pry Court for an order supersedin The dedication climaxed a E1U Knox. head of the building blood stained and blood could be Jackson. Christian or Mt S1nal -*
Judge Walker's directive drive started In 1M1 by Richard df"Partmmt..1d this week seen on the atalrwsy and leading hospitals for treatment of
and also filed notice that he will, Pliant., who then was on the faculty that tljrtt money and dwindling down to a car parked at the curb. I their wounds.
a&eal the order of the Judge. of George Washington University residential space caused building Graves got Into the front sest Davis explained further thai
Graves* arguments win be oeard at St Louis for a monument in the city of Miami to drop off Sweeting was already In the there has long been an apparent
by the court on Monday. I M In memory of the former: 21 percent! In the last year. !'shat his shirt also a man of resentment' of the Internatioa
The committee Is Investigating I' Negro leader in the field of icien- Dunn the fiscal yesr ending blood and he too was bleeding Masons and Stars on the part of
alleged Communist penetration tiflc agriculture. ,I IThe June 30, he said permits issued from the head. Also In the rear other groups of Masons and
of the Miami chapter of the j', mounted to $48882.000. compare seat was William PInder another Shrlners
NAACP rather Gibson and the 1300,000 monument' and local Shriner John Dillard drove
ed to a total of '..414.000 for
Rev. E. T. Graham leaders of museum" for the former slave are 19S9.Th. the car enm ute to what all MOORE TITLE
alongside. the restored home ,
organization have borne the thought would be a hospital.
brunt of where Carver was born as trend In residential. building
the Investigation. Judre Police were called and a preliminary BOUT POSTPONEDNEW
Walker said that they would ben slave. at was towards high-rite, mul- Investigation was start
contempt of court if they refused Roger C. Ernst assistant secretary tl-urrtt apartments near the down ed. The police explained' they YORK The world light-
to answer the committee: asthey of the interior was the town area, Knox said. were unable to establish any conclusion heavyweight title fight between
did formerly. cipal speaker at the prtA-1 and would bare to talk Champion Archie Moore of San

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S. T. Davis past grand masterof Germany, currently set for Aug.
BANDITS ROB the State of Florida and District 8, has been Indefinitely ;'postponed
U.S Fix Farm I Deputy of the International it also may be shifted
to TINY'S LIQUORSTwo Masons who are now holding from Toronto a spokesman forFeature
I their 10th annual national convention Sports Inc. said Tuea
In told the Miami
Miami day
armed bandits escaped
Workers with between $300 and $400 on
Wages Wednesday after holding up
Tlnys Liquor Store, 2451 NW
boa stPolice Make I
to
Guaranteed wages for D a d e convention In Fort Landerdale Pope
County's migrant farm workerswere Bryant Paige. assistant farm I said Andrew Murcia Jr
ordered Tuesday by the recruitment chief for the FSES,, son of Surfilde'i police chief fired -
17. S. Department of Labor. said This Is not ware fixing. at the fleeing bandits and hit
Surveys to set wage scales for} The surveys win determine what their car. Murcia works at the African Saint J
planting and picking vegetables,' salaries are being paid by the store. I
tropical fruits, citrus and sugars) farms and then .
cane win be conducted by experts -{ wages oa the ruannt"1: -- --- VACATICAN Cmr-The' firstsap I I I I The Blessed Charles bona at
from the Florida State Eau.ployraent wCl be set." workers was presented to Congress to give Africa a Negro saint Bolimu. Uganda, in In,. was
Service beginning in) It. said that some migrant a. but was defeated. was taken this week by the Sacred martyred by order of King -
September. I borers were paid as little u 60 Two preliminary surveys havebeen Oangregation of Rites ban ants for refusing to rrnouaoei
It is expected that some fann cents an hour although the minimum conducted, Paige said and I i Christianity. lie was beatified by
ers wffl oppose the wage regula wage set for other workers the prevailing wares were 73 The congregation decided to Pope Benedict XV June .. i9i0
tioo next week when' employment to interstate commerce' Is $1. cents an hnir for harvesting begin proceedings for the canon and named Protector of CathoUo
services along the East Coast and Earlier this year a bin to set tropical fruit and 90 cents for'' ization of the Blessed Charles: Action in Africa by Pope Plus

other states hold their snnosl. minimum wage for migratory picking dtn I I Lwanga. of Uganda xn. ,I.

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I Rapist Pleads Guilty; Asks Mercy I



Twe&ty-4hree-yeor-old- Jlmmie mercy, -

Mills took his own case from a Tha" teacher attacked after her
Tory Tuesday before it had escort was forced into the trunk I
c&anoa to consider testimony that of their parked car. said State Tampons City Jobs
he assaulted a young schoolteacher Attorney Irvin Block was the
fa the Liberty City area fourth similar victim in a 10-
and threw himself In Liberty City of a
of Circuit on the mercy masked block area and armed terroist I TAMPA A group of Tampa day Lane said the "city cannot I James A. Hammond,, speakiasj
Judge Pearson
He pleaded guilty to a rape I J I polk testified that the rapist Negroes, demanding the city employ ,.. make exceptions to anyone for the groto asked that Negroesbe
added in all of
charge and Judge Pearson wearing a white mask with holes Negroes by certain deadlines areas the police
The Adults for
held sentence until next with-I, cut for eyes surprised the couple were told by Mayor Julian Lane group Young department immediately.
The Judge would have no la a parked car and threatened they would have to take civil Progreessive Action lac, asked He also asked Lane to employ
alternative bat to send Mais te them with a gun service tests and wait with other Lane to waive the civil service qualified Negroes in city hall of.
the electric chair had the Black said "W believe the applicants.hfeettng. waiting period for initial employment flees within i days and hire Negroes
jury returned a verdict of conviction of Mills wipes the of Negroes u they qu&l1t7J for the fire department
without a ...AU guilty slate clean oa the whole ..n.-I I with* for dty Jobs. I I within 69 days.



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BLANCHE CALLOWAY rt- an SRO for the first nighten before

.... turned to her WFEC mike Sunday show time Eloise For-
.. .. : at 3 pm. Phil The Un- men, popular recording star, was
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,' ; tcucltab Harris opened the everything they say about her
." -. King of Hearts Stella summer and more. Sam Moore and Dave

1 ,.....,.. + floor show and entertainment I Prater stars of the show and Miami
: ," .- I Wednesday evening with his ** newest sensation **re sue
tjrt popular Original Amateur and perb. The show is one you must

Professional Hour. A grand .weekend xee.
f attraction was enjoyed with
I I Phil at the helm doing the JatCln,. AMONG THS-H E CARS
Miami Hostess Club Blue and that motored down from PhU.,
s I White invites are In the mail. and Carolina to visit the T. W
Their third anniversary dance is (Prof and Millkent( Wilsons of
calendared for Aur. 3. Harlem 132 NW 72nd st were hi* brether. -

Square mni-formal Mae Bell Samuel and children James

.. Moss prexy and Cora M. Frazier, John and Samuel. Beatrice and
..- ,.-.T--.- recording' secy. Angela Accompanying them were
: Eugene Rembert, a cousin. From
Y. THE FAMOUS Royaltone Club Washington were Mrs. Alice Din-!
"', c .' 'b. and brother-in-law. -
Dress kins
MH-Mimmer Gotten Ball fsTuewiav. Alfpnso.
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i/ .......- '" -", : ; .. July 26 at the alto accernpanyint fr'ra Ph!">
# O
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Hearts Harry Owens. secV wsis Mrs. Geowia Tinsley.

"The Midget Chorus" of Richmond Montgomery, Charles Ingrain 1 I Lirxki Hill Not shown. are Ve- :'1 i All barmaids will be serving is planning a grand outing;

Heights, a promising young Bamia Teemer' Haywood Young 'I flee:. Gtt.on Steedman, Scavella their own JolT 31 at the Kin O at Virginia Beach Saturday.
spiritual group ages beginning Arline Robinson Mn. Vernict Cleo Byron. Mike Ocfwland. Rudy Hearts it'! their annual affair
from three to six years has made ROM. directress. I Edward and Mrs Dorothy Ta- and thnrb win start at S p.m. MASTER SOT. Samuel -Red"
jteveral, public appearances. Second<< row: Janet Tanner Jerome ner. pianist hit little group it be- with a floor show at 8 An- Hohw II h Their next public appearance I Davis Deborah Bowman Inc trained by Mrs. Dorothy. Tanner .i (*H nv Gaiter Is hume for the tationed' in S.Igon. hell be here
mill be Mt Olivette Baptist Jerry Montgomery Jr. Kline I pianist I summer after 10 years HIS for TO days catching up on old
Church In Miami. July 24. at t I Smith. brrtt-n. Sl mete It a double frterxte. seeing the new spots and
with the Miami Masters Hack Donna Mr*. Verniee Roes directress back to the
pm. along I row: Rickey Evans. I hMneceminr They did It making flicks t) take
Slayers who are their guar- I Dericho, Marshall Copeland j i I Mrs. Mary Webb assistant directress. T'rhtlr .t Club RovaV The tip Far &MtNew
.. dins from left to right Shirley ,, Cacn, Jimmy Odotn Jr., and I F..r Mum" are h"n."" after

-- 'hrre rears F3lwmrth Charts and
AlfoTJ n. aVwtj wfth another q. WFEC Schedule
FAMU GETS !I.er marV- it leek like. family '
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Personal' Mention $50,000 FROM eve anion at Club Revile Saturday MONDAY EFFECTIVE THRU JULY FRIDAY 12th


RACE TRACKS 5:30: am to 9:00: a.m.-Gospel
Carleths Brooks, daughter of Retests, all of Key West The Ovsr MnrVv fj...,.n ru.'n Blind Boy
Winifred Brooks owner of Tallahasre Florida A&M ,...,..,-Ved ''Vr a.......nA 9Q: to U a.m.-TJ the DJ
Brooks Beauty Shop is vacation Mr and Mrs. Carl -"n'J'1'. ?0 J- Ic "no'nh
Turnquest, University got $50.000 43 fl'M1M nfar t.'rat tl A6 sin 1 p.JnEd Cook
Ins with her father George former Miamlans who reside I t xege 't.-.. dryer
now special days set aside for scholarships ) 1:W to 2 p.m.-Ospel B. Boy
Brooks of Manhattan N. Y. In St Albans, NYn are spending at the state's several (rnnt"f'lt 'woW R4iM lf't'- 2- 10 to 4 mEd Cook
Friends and relatives wish her their vacation with their child- ",'*n s and J&in Rnnndtrr
a hone tracks and )11..... fronton. will 1 4'M to 7-13 pm -TJ the DJ
pleasnt vcatlon ]1 yen as houseruests of Mr. and The announcement wa madby "Ctrs-1ir tq their ernni a< Mr and 5:15: S.34 pmJIm Reid News
( Mrs. Willie Williams at 1458 NW the State Board of Con'rnl SATURDAY
AI Thompson of the FHA Us I 59th st Mrs. Turnquest is the fw-
jrional office, Atlanta. Ga. spent mcr Mary Cuhncr of this city The annual split foes for tMK AVE. SCENE: "H..v. Dad S.M to 9! am. Ret. Spirituals
11! +Q 2 Ed Coek20Atn7:25pm
Monday thru Thursday ia town choiarhip for state universities, qty" "What Ifl"in"n.*" That : to pm-
checking sites and other matters Carletha Brooks daughter of This year from a kitty of $ 5d.- *nf .tHo ,"v Bert rVwp>?r anA TJ the DJ
for the FHA Administrator. Hespent Winifred Brooks, owner of Brooks 89443, Florida State University the. R-v Father: NVswneech t'Mf"r.tflld 5:15: to 3.30-Jim Reid News

much time with local FHA Beauty Shop Is vacationing with and the University of Florida got --.. other t-Ir" teat SUNDAY
and MHA officials. Mr. Thompson's her father George) of Manhattan. the tarn*. $157.347 each; FAMU tune tmdtf'H K.'wo1". T"rerr !VM: D.m to 12 noon-
opinions Friends and relatives $30.00043 and the University of ,. Gospel Blind Boy
arc highly respected wish her a J w'h" .neMe .n n'I.tis ftttt n f
in all branches of F1IA. pleasant stay South Florida. $10,000. '* e..eh veer t......'tn. nr.r 13tt+r+. 12 to 3 pm Blanche Galloway.
r..t" the n-H, It.........., nit ye 3M: > to 7'13 p.m' Traffic Jam

Dr. Reginald L. Jones origl Mrs Alma Brocks, a long time .'n"'lnt cr'wto had It mgIM n+. UATFsST RADAR WEATHER
nally of Miami and now of Ox- principal of Dade County schools .rtitlen !n Par4s *'n "1"t'--"T x.-. RF.PORTS 0V THE HOUR AND
lord Ohio is now in Miami I visiting now retired, and Mrs. Dora Pate 35 Centuries of -jr c:r ha talked cfeU* with tMFr'I" HA1J" HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY
teacher
his parents Mr. and Mrs. ttT"00'Kfcroentary at Bunche Park Colombian Art "''''' ttt.vw++r eherk'n. ner h..
School attended the I I.en Tim Reid
Charley J. Johnson of 2333 NW Links' ev.L.rty
with at. Dr. Jones is accompanied ference 12th annual national con 1 Gtnarr TfrtHngaMe! is now
by his wife Mrs. Jeanette thru July in 8.Los Angeles June 30 "'rH'i nr for wrn- with a d.ttrnewwe.t J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone

Jones. A graduate of Booker T. lit !5-M! nn> Th.....'s
Washington High School Dr. ,' qti'te s bt .f ln*..e.t am-ne toe FR 4.3034
Jones received his Ph.D. degree Mrs. BrooM ana frs." Patterson e at .nIfers'' ane.,t.'wo 'atienstMImsmrr 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
resided at the Beverly and State
in psychology at Ohio Stats U. Her Hilton '' In Ch r,., m Au" tflrve
hotels.
last August He is now on the T%_tt and. Rnher Jeeksep We copy and enlarge pictures
staff of Miami University Ohio After the convention ended err .tatevi t" drive uft Den-
u assistant professor. The Jones they were house guests of Mr j n;" Crtt'th II l' -rt'ne a 19!+10 ('ii of your loved ones at

arrived in Miami on July S and and Mrs. Royce Kimble (former R'arletl. ('allewiv tnvlti allR. half
expect to remain about another Mrs' Marjorie Jenkins of Miami) .. "are r.,e'" fens t" 1'e't4ft price. We make all

week. They returned by. Jet Clipper ",... ee.' cemwlty ..h,... from 12 t" kinds of pictures..
July 12 reporting enjoying a 1 "ner .4 aNnM W'FI'Y"' 1!m t"fI
Mn. Mamie Wallace and Mrs. I very interesting meeting and seeing ..1"i ynIr ."" l'IHtsnn.Iee
Edna Wiggins both former Ml- many outstanding events. ,w',te and neA's. to her 1"TJ..
amians. now of New York arrived tre rat ", e4Nnn

here on Sunday on a abort Mrs Lillian Dixon and two
vacation. While in Miami they daughters. Arnlta and Gloria, of I MY (BROTHER. Arthur and hI t The Dade County

are stopping at the home of their Tampa are spending their vacation sr. "er fTJHien Svm I t"tt.'tVfft''
mother Mrs. Sabaleta Stump, In'!.lIamL Thy. are fYk' Key Wwt nf'*r 1ft YMrs. Young Democratic
bouaer
S28 NW 15th ,t. Mrs. Wallace and guests of :Mrs. Serena r h r few d'YtiLfY"! ties f
Mrs. Wiggins are sisters of Mrs 1200 NW 5th court the visitors master's In EngHh and Child Ed- Association
Williams Sturm of 1233 NW arrived on Sunday for an Indefinite :,J(':!' '>n end ha been e'f....yfld
7th st and nieces of Mrs Mabel stay.Marriage. e the Lna hl.nd sehoal srst'fir "
McTadden of 1878 NW 83th terr. +he of. 10 years "Art k It proudly presents
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They expect to remain in Miami Not sJl the newa from South 1"ntlll' tr 't Wan Then make their
for two weeks AnnouncedThe Xmerica theee days la concerned home in Ebnhurst N.Y. In casevou It's Annual

Mr. and Mrs. Carl Turnquest.' with revolutions and problems missed Zeke Cleere, he's with
formerly of Miami are visiting marriage of Miss Jestina of economic development. 'hat trave'ing" team of th*
from St. Albans N.Y. as guests Major to Herbert Gibson took The friendly democratic evua- '" Ufe Tncuranre Co They!' At1an-1 i BOAT RIDE
of their children. Mr. and Mrs. place Monday afternoon at 3:00 try of Colombia la ""exporting in Went Palm Beach" lat week.
Willie Williams of 1438 NW B9th o'clock at the rectory of St., the beat of ita eenturiez-old I On the Dreamboat
Peters African Orthodox Church\) culture In the form of the Urp- THE STEVE ROLLES have.
it. 1741 NW 55th st, Miami with eel collection of Latin Aner- mnvoo to West Pa'.m B.aeh. Bet- I The Seven Seas

Alan Taylor. 4 L Wisteria I Canon Charles Cooper, rector officiating. -! teas art ever shouts la this ty JJ* wife .. fIn't"1OYt'd In the
country.An Pofida Welfare'
FRI.
J Dept and JULY 29
NW 8th st, returned to Miami on exhibit of -3.500 Tears recently" tra f. ws ,
rred that
Tuesday from New York via Mr and Mrs. Thomas P. Johnson -, of Colombian Art win open That Mjetcal Extra to are''i,'I
National Airlines Jet where he were in attendance.anBnOBHBBjnBMHBalPMBHM. at the Pan American Union In .-. James E Scott vagaaza I 8:30 p.m.
audit
pent a short vacation U guestof Washington on June 20 and 4 t6 -1I.U Aug 7.
his daughter. Mrs Iva Taylor run through July ft. Perhaps feature p Uttfe a benefit 1""in 1 Beat leaves from Pier 10. City
Stubbs. While In New York Mr. RWurd the con-
the most apecLacular part of
CAL'S v ted! King of Root: v Roll Yacht Basin acrcaa from Bay
visited
Taylor also his son Eu' the ezhait is a eottecUon ofpreColomblaa The '
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gene "Buster* Taylor. 'I loW and ceram 'ben League Guild-O-R t t f'tnt Park Auditcrlum. eiacayner '
I BAR & GRILLE I teL In addition", the exhibit include Ceekta1! Party k Sunday evening r Beulevard and 5th Street
I at fee
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Welters, NOW SERVING rich colonial art and the tore Fiesta A gala time i. t in i
their daughter Mrs Barbara BREAKFAST work of M top Colombian Come out and enjoy your-
Mlnro and little son. Michael LUNCH painters and sculptor An example .i'.v.- Th' Dsurtier Elks of Rcundtrip fAre $2.00
I AND DINNERAt is the Chibcha I Greeter Miami Temple
were the guests of Mrs Mattiel figurine are ftXI -
Sawyer and Mr. and Mrs. Wltbert shown above. I rnMit; vou tt thr: futhle-j E1rI -
Stevenson at their home in Bunche Popular Prices The collection took more thana tl'T""P" Te, at DIxie Par For Tickets .

Park on Sunday, July 10. Also P; 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. year to assemble and ia being.p.a.or.d I audit. Sunday evening 4 to .6. pmHARRIS .
4tonal FR .
Mrs. by>> Intern 4.7748 FR 43297t
la the party were Marga PHIL peeing
Roberts and aister-!n-law, Mary I'.t.ro&aua Oo i I .t the
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NAACP AIDS MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Plans Sit-ins

FARMERSPENALIZED I SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960 PAGE t



Here Next MonthAction FORREGISTERING register to vote I I Persons Wanted .

W. C. Patton. the association
New York The National Asffoftal special field l<< has been I To Settle Estate
Institute MIAMI CORE lf>IN9 Association for the Advancement ass&ined to the arealto supervisethe
I ft Colored People this! Anyone knowing the whereabouts
The Institute will also work relief program In cooperationwith I
I ckaely with Miami CORE which week continued' Its twofront aid) the NAACP branch in nearby of the children of Nellie
Here Aug. 14'Sept. 5 has conducted a 15-month sit-ln to the beleaguered Negro farmers Memphis. Systematic distribution -. Peyton (deceased) please contact
campaign at the lunch countersof I and merchants of Fajrette and of bags of food was begun I Mrs Unic Marshall 923 NW
Ibi nrood Count!". Tenn. who ( .
the dime and department at Somerville seat of Fayette
Tralflinjr In
nonviolent rttrtd 69th at It Is Important In settling -
because thy dared to register to,
ten methods of stores. Miami CORE first sat-In at County, on July 5. A team of
racial '
ending vote aroused fury of the, of Carrie V.
dim lunch counters In April have the workers headed by Jesse Turner the estate
d1tdrlrth BUM rffl be given Ifl '
GORE* Interracial Action Irtstltut 1959. Since then there hart been counties'" white luprrmaristl.I chairman of the executive committee I Adams

In Miami. August 14 to Sep. negotiations and slt-Ins. The NAACP program embrace" of the Memphis branch -..
tember 8. first direct relief to needy famlliej brought in a truckkwd of food I
SCHOLARSHIPS' AVAILABLf victimised by the economic' Jot distribution to families to DO YOU HAVE A
squeeze anti secondly sponsorship -] whom local merchants' refused to
James R. Robinson CORE cxacutive -! The cost fer the three-week Intensive of a nationwide with sell needed supplies.Advertise DRINKNG PROBLEM7'CALL
secretary, announced that
training program Is 9190
holding of patronage campaign
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coufafeotu participant including room board, and recreation
f from makr oil companies whose
and I FR 4-4773
aftd White students ,
(Includinf swimming )
local dealers have refused to veil
from the South and the It !
idtdli Some scholarship assistance will oil and gasoline to Negroes who Pays
North -.will learn by actln.. be available.! All participants ,
They will test lunch counter \ must be devoted to full racial i
theatre, beaches etc. They will.equality, hate the courage to face
also negotiate and use other direct -:I I possible violence, and have some
action method' Daytime, nopportunityIn apply the tech IN JUST 6 MONTHSYOU
sessions trill usually be devoted their home communities.
to the action program and even- Those Interested in applying
ins ....Ion. to study of Donvtolenc -.I for the Interracial Action CAN START h
both in theory and as Institute should write to CORE
applied to th. day's action. !I I21 Park Row, New York M, NY. MAKINGBIG

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the eyes of the nation Barry will arrive in CMeago "

ifilfting Convention army from, the the attentionof Democratic July the Republican 20 in order Platform to testify before Com- $5,000 /. $70,000 Yurly

the world will be focussed on mlttee. IN THE
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throughout the week whoe. sur- Is offering a complete Six Month Course to ,..1-l .. Ire L-. enhiq
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J. M Stone, pastor of STATE TRAINING PROGRAM I
Stone Temple Baptist Church
M22 W Dougas! Blvd reportedthat
they have established a
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his church to overflowing. The
dynamic minister declares' that'
the people! will t"tGf the street so 9 f
that he has personally alerted the
police department. In order to keep __..
the traffic moving. Re said,
Choir No 1 ts presenting; Mss! I
Stone Tone' will go down In .
the rages of history as the place! Marsha Mclver in a piano recital ; t
where a prospective presidential! at 3 pnu Sunday. July 24
candidate publieally asserted that Miss Mclver Is a native Miam.an. -t
he will stand behind civil rights the daughter of Mr and
Mrs Gecrw Melver' of 2110 NW I
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CHANCE IS ALL WE ASKIt .

is most Interesting to read that skilled workersare

in demand, particularly in the South interesting too,
that this Information comes from Douglas \\'hitlock,

chairman of the board and General Counsel of Struc ffUfBUfffff BfHfnHintEBi BBnf H *

tural Clay Product Institute of Washington D. C. Mr. Pictured above are Catholic nuns mak- Is In Baltimore, Md, Their schools are In

Whitlock was the keynote speaker at the Southern hotel Apprenticeship Ing their vows of poverty, chastity, and St fouls, Washington, D.C., Detroit, Chi-
Conference held in :Miami Everglades obedience They are a few of the "Oblate cago and other cities. St Francis Acad-

Monday of this week. More than 1,000 representatives of Sisters of Providence" who were founded emy. Baltimore, is conducted by this
and labor listened to the speaker. lie said
management in the SCO's.. They have grown to a com- roup Many local young ladies attend
"The mounting population of the South is going to put '
munity of 300 sisters. Their headquarters famous institution.
pressures on local communities to work out training pro
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The number of apprentices must be increased and
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Secretary of tabor James Mitchell, must be reversed." JUST

Mr. Whitlock made the following suggestions: By PAUL R. HENRY" A Home For YOU !

Formation of Joint Apprenticeship Committees in 4t
communities which do not now have them. ---- --- -- \

Development by JAC's of better financing arrange- Delaware has started Integration LIBERTY CITY AREA
but is working on a trade j
ments for support of training. I
a-year plan. 20 student were 1. Priced!
Improved cooperation in training by employers and admitted last year to first grade Sensibly
labor through J AC'". classes. This did not satisfy thDelawarians. 2. Beautiful Neighborhood
they went to t n e 3. Good Terms-1 mortgage
More and better qualified apprentice applicants. United States Circuit Court ofAppeals 4. 7 to choose from
Improved instruction on the job and in classes. and full Integration has
More training for the journeyman in skills-improve been ordered to begin In 1981. I I SEE SUNDAY 2.6 P.M.

ment classes.
Former GoY Mist Stevenson 1855 N.W.
With such wonderful opportunities staring us in the has been named' as Adrisor No. 1 62nd Street

face, we ask : for Senator John Kennedy presidential -
1821 N.W. 52nd Street
What chance will Negroes have to equip themselvesfor nomine Stevenson
should be a big help to t h eKennedy
skilled service in Florida. ? In our own city of Miamiwe forces.
NEWS REALTY
boast of our Lindsay Hopkins Training School, and we I HI 5-3589

have even reason! to 1"'lIethat institution I is a good one. The United State Departmentof -
BUT HOW MANY tabor wants migrant __ w."' !" e.-:. ....._
NEGROES ARE IN THAT SCHOOL wages fixed To this end fanMI'l
Certainly! there can be some found who could meet the of experts from the Florida I I I
entrance requirements. Employment Set-dee will '

This is a matter for our school authorities to seriously surreys to set wages for plantingand
picking fruit, vegetables, etc.
consider. Sunlight School of

Last week during the National Democratic Convention Clarence Jackson of Jackam-'

we heard the platform on Civil Rights It was a strong Tille treatment on Tuesday he recetred told of while brutal I Beauty CultureIS

platform just what will become of it remains to be seen. prisoner at Raiford State Prison.

The Republican National Convention meets in Chicago NOW OFFERING A

next Monday. We will be listening to their Civil "The Dade County School Board
Rights plank and what promises will be made to Negroes, on Wednesday approved Its bud- FIVE WEEKS ADVANCED COURSE IN
largely to secure their vote. ret for the Tear 19 0-61 totalIng -
$81777.937 This Is 15000.000 Contour Hair Shaping
We boast of a free country and there Is some freedom more than the 1959-60 bud ret. ,

but in a free country like ours, there should be no However. salaries for principals Hair Styling
reason whatsoever to be always passing Civil Rights laws. and teachers have been Increased

If we are all American citizens, why not treat us alike? Tided.and some new buildings pro Basic and High Fashion

Give Negroes the same chance that is given to all other Hair Coloring

American Citizens. Is that too much to ask? The City Commission has ordered .x t
GIVE US A CHANCE! the lornr and Wrestling! Wet Setting
Hoard to explain why they authorized
Sunday nlrht wrestling at
the Miami Stadium.
METRO THREE YEARS OLD FEATURING

Our Metropolitan Government is now three years old. sroirrswisi: Mrs. Ella Moncur

Metro rocked and rolled for the past three years. The In human the Pltturth PI-
government which i is an experiment, should now be ableto ntH hold first place In the Natima ; Hair Stylist

capitalize upon experience gained and move along Leacu. At this writinr
they are one-half tame ahead of
more smoothly. the Milwaukee Braves The Los InternationalDemonstrator
Metro still interested in transportation! facilities, this Ant-ele Dodrers anIn third and
bus The olace 'ix tames behind, the St
week voted to establish a county-owned system. Beauty Consultant
Ixniln Cardinals In fourth
government will again seek to purchase the William D. 6H games back and TrUco place Giants r

Pawley bus business now operating in Miami, Miami seren tames behind The IT Ii? Moi. and Twra. ["...I"p
Beach and South Miami. The final meeting for purchaseof Giants must not be counted out 5:00 until tOO

these facilities will be held on August 2. A Metro "ilckty as' vet bajteMT sometfanet.rxtsltions change ELLA MONCUR. Instructor Wednesday t a..n. Ie noeII

Transit Authority has been established to make the pur
chase and unify under county control bus lines now opera- tn the American Lf'atuf' the, Terms Arranged
Vmr York Yankees top the list ,
ting in Dade County. with Chieen Jtvt one i-i'ne behind I Certificate awarded at completion of study
Metro has also approved construction of a communi In third place 1* Cleveland N
cations center in the county's new Public Safety Building Just two fames out. Baltimore Is I (Call FR 4-9998 NE 5.2821 or mail in coupon belowI
next, fear games behind.
at cost of $196,000.
a
am Interested
in the
Our Maitre new advanced fives week court* you are og
are at the bottom
of the Internationa League, 2314 l lAg. I am a ( ) orator ( ) fthopawnar ( ) Tau".'
RELIEF CHECKS CUT games behind Toronto Buffalo Is .

Metro Welfare Director Nicholson reports a shortage seernd one game behind t NAME

in welfare funds has brought about a cut in some Monday nkht In Denver. Sonnv ADDRESS
monthly relief checks. There are 105 more families on LIston knocked out Zore FolVy -
In the 3rd round of their 12 CITY _. ..
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year were on year. round bout L !on wants to meet
Director Nicholson said no one was cut unless they Eddie Mache-i and It he can defeat -, &_- J J T'T T' I
had sufficient funds for food shelter and clothing. him h* will be eyeing the
Our Classified
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cipate In any demonstraUoa or leadership as sever before and I
boycott relative to sitdown dcm- those who are able and capable to
strations to erase the Indignities lead should come to the front and
that Negroes suffer throughout close ranks. As Banks made pnint
America. It is to be known to after point itwas evident that
each and every member of the this will be one of the most successful i
t International Masons that they conventions in the history
are to register a protest vote of of International Masons.
indignation by being an active : .
participant !in this plan of action In closing with great emphasis b
led by Supreme M. V. Banks. he asked for a United Negro front b'
Yt Agan accepting the challenge economically socially and nation
as always,. Banks has demonstrated ally. With a personal pledge to
why the International Masons continue his fight to lead his organization ,
Is the lodge of Masonry of toe to reach that goal
future. Banks adjourned a most success I I...
Stressing the need of dedicated ful opening session.
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WILLIAM V. BANKSBy


Marvin L. Brown

Whh of solemn dignity -
an aura
William NEW YORK Members of The NAACP. the l'nft1onn..1dum
Supreme Grand Muter
the NAACP pointshas vigorously urgrd -
throughout the county -
V. Banks gaveled the 10th anniversary .JMMS WAr
have been called upon to the national) managements of /
meeting of the Interna withhold patronage from nation the companies involved to dot r t ytip1C
Uenal F. and A. M. Masons, to
al oil companies whose local vnrthir t about the acts of .
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order In the spacious auditoriumof
ML Zion Baptist Church July. dealer have been in Fayette cooperating County m Tenn the. their companies locally franchised reply agencies.The there is. EAST )Ufrsrl' T DrVil.bm V Hank. 33

18. ; present scheme which has depraved nothing they can do, since the degree (left) Supreme Grand Master! of the Intel-nation
Supreme Grand Master Banks oviorrd: fling station op local) outlets are independent al }o1l. and A. M Maon and Alfred Harruk 32 degree of
was presented to the body by erators of uaaoUne. prevented colored contractors over whom they have
Brother Turner S. Hartn ld, Su- farmers' from obtaining no control.' We reject<< this excuse. Shrine and co-owner of the Miami Carver Hotel.

lean chairman of finance: from needed supplies, and which has __ __ _.h __
flint Mich. In his Introductory revealed a flagrant defiance of law'e.
remarks Bro. Hartfleld pointedout -.<..e who are dtrmtnrd toprt"Wftt MURRELL YWCA
the many self sacrifices colored citizens from
Grand Master Banks has made to voting" DIRECTOR Those
brine this organization this
point. In accepting the gavel an In a memorandum dispatched RETIRESThree I
o all local units on July 6 Executive
air of humility prevailed that wu
Wllklnsc.le who
Roy
Secretary
felt throughout the vast audience. professional staff members -
NAACP convention' resom -
an of Miami YWCA were honored
Varying from the usual to the ,on calling: for such action in at a farewell luncheon flv-
unusual Dr. Banks had only high defense of Negro citterns in the prate for those who have work- West Tennessee county who United Fund agency and the
ed so hard with Sister Ruby N : ice been denied' casoUne and committee on administration of
Alien of East Orange NJ. tt> other supplies because they have the Murrell Branch on Monday
make this anniversary a com Insisted on exercising their fight style.. ,,
and vote honorees Mrs. Helen i
plcte success In his continuingrpcodl to retjter The were
he lauded his many officers -In accordance! with the spirit NVilaon health and recreational
on a national level for the erf this rest iutlon' ")(r. WHktns' program director since 1931 and
fine job they have done to raise memorandum asserts, "we wish Niuth Dade program director for
the standard of the orpn1 Uoa. to advise our membership that the! past year who goes to Houston 1:4
The grand muter pointed out .he national companies thus far Texas, to assume an executive I
the importance of working together .It"ftf:fkd with refusal of local position with the YMCA;
as a group and of keepingin outlet to sell to Negroes<< in Fa- Mrs. Geraldine Oils program director -
sight the many problems that vette Count are the following: of the Murrel Branch staff.
we are faced with In our eternal Texaco Inc. Gulf Oti American since IBM and who led in an extensive
struggle to achieve first class O. C.. t AMOCO. Standard Oil teenage program retiresto
dUuMh Co of NJ CfMo). and Delta Re- family life; Mrs. Ethel Duffy
r.n.n. C Uoa Gas and Southern residence director during the
also resolved that the
It was OH: Refining Co. which are renovation of the former Tuttle
International Masons under the regional) concerns" Hotel, has also retired. }
leadership and guidance of Supreme -
William Banks will part

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the Supreme Council of the In.. Ga. Curtis C. Hurston grand Banks Detroit,, supreme Pernaila grand Tubbs. muter grand,, 2345 N.W. 56th StreetCan

ternattoaal F. and A. }d. Masons, matter. Detroit; Lavinia Hartfieid, matron Indiana; Herbert Gilbert,i'
at the opening' session in Miami supreme secretary Flint Mich.. grand master, Ohio; Turner 8'i b. Nee ...ytj", .. When yu Ne H caM' owntr. Love yur

at the Mt Zion, Baptist Church on Ruby Allen supreme chairman liartfield. supreme chairman flnance -' add..... and h. will call on you
July ILFrom convention' ), East Orange NJ4 Flint; Rev. R H Davis,
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visit to the Jordan River Jar!- birthplace) and on to Stratford.

TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA LOCAL REALTOR I cho the Dead Sea and on to cm-Avon thence to Shakespeare's

I Jerusalem to St. Anne's (pool of birthplace and Ann HathawaVa
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960Between (MAKES I Bethesda), Pilate's Judgement cottage and stop for tea at Ban.

EUROPEAN TRIP Hall the Way ef the Crow, the bury, and back to London prt-
L ceeding to Southampton
Russian Excavations the Holy on June

". ---- Set,ulchre and Calvary, the 1, from where I tailed on the ....
The Lines. (; drive to the Mount of Olives the United States for my return trip

visa to the Place of Ascension, on June .6 to New York City

the Church of All Nations the where I enplaned to Miami and

_.---Dy CORDON HANCOCK for ANP Tomb of the Virgin Mary then home."

continuing to Bethlehem passingby
Rachel's Tomb, a view of ML The European tour was educa
Herodium-SheperdV Field and tional as well as enjoyable to the
THE CIVIL RIGHTS QUESTIONWhen
charming Mlamlan.
<';e Field of Boar In Bethlehem

there was the visit to the Churchof
Paul Butler chairman of the Crusaders
Nativity Manger -
National Committee -
the Democratic Cloister and Milk Grotto
recently said "The questionof ; J. B. SMITH
v i.t to the Temple area the
is the most important -
human rights
\Vs..ng Wall the Citadel and
moral problem of the ELECTRICSERVICE
he Old Bazaars, the tour then
he was raising -
Twentieth Century,
transferred to Mendelbaum Gatef
of order for the seri-
a point
r crossing to Israel; thence to
&f mankind. .
ous consideration New Jerusalem and Tel Electrical Contractor
on to
the
with
Tied In as it Is,
broader quest.-n of race prep .- 4:.. Aviv; thence to Rome to Greece,\ HOUSEW1RING
t3 Lausanne starting from the
dice we have one of the gravest
questions ever to vex the sons of ,, Station Square the Municipal "Don't cuss Call us"
Casino, the new building of
men. And what Is more this y
question cannot be settled untilit Switzerland Supreme Court of' PHONE OX 1-3625

is settled' right and that 's in Appeal in Park Man Reps the

accordance with the teachings of r Cathedral with a very remark-I L Night or DayADDED

Jesus Christ that all men are able tower and many )
monuments, and through the
brothers.Nothing short of human 1, sHu yL Hancock The popular ana cnarming of wife Fonts de la Ville out of town to1 I II I I
and business: associate: : promi-
brotherhood will settle the up- Miami rea'.tcr, John Bark- la Sallex and dovm through the INCOME
nent
*.h.ace vineyards, on to Ouchy back to
,
heavete and m.+er.e dice has known in the history of tev, recently returned from a six Lausanne thence Paris. NO MONEY DOWN
Is currently bringing to to
prejudice this country.But and one-half week tour of Europe I I
this troubled world of ours. it does show how desperateare marking her second' European "On May 22, there was an ai-I BUILD ON YOUR LOT
Chairman Butler was also speaking the forceswhich are design tour, which took her from terncon excursion to Versailles NOW

to the point when he point ed to hinder the Negro In hit Part to London Mrs. Mattie L. which included' a visit' of the famous 'q I in Dade call OX 1-4505

ed out the part the sit-ins had pursuit of civil rights. Happily Bark.ry: gives the following account Palace of the Kings of Broward County
theworld' attention I
played m calling has of her tour: France and the From I
to the troublesome part our great country come up park. Paris WA 2-9411
with only one Fayette County. t "went to London for a tour of
race prejudice is playing in the i'I HMv exciting tour began on Write
On the whole even the bitterly he city which included Trafal- Percy Hepburn
current' human tragedy. April 27, from New York City on -
prejudiced whites exercise -ar Buckingham Palace Tower ARCHITECT
The sit-ins are feeble demonstrations the .... United States. Among I ANDBUILDER
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sort of decency that lets the Negro f London. st. Paul's Cathedral
of. serious state of Le I I
i place visited were: Havre
live In the hope that tomor- P.< moral deterioration that may easily i Paris where I enjoyed a morning 871 HW 7th Street
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will be a brighter day. Abbey, Downing
row Street thence
be overlooked) dl.r Minted,
HallandaU
or t.ghtseemft! v ur of Modern Paris; .' Ha.f .
The conscience of the nationsis t) the area called 'Shakespeare
although it is uncknntn1"'he effect sensitive. It took just a sit-in starting from the CIT office In- Country', to Oxford University ( .rm.Hy ef Naes*.. ....)
build world order built
to a including Place de 1'Opera Made
on the part of a few students to Blenheim Palace (Churchill's
upon world brotherhood and human send a wave of sit-ins throctghoutithe I I 'lain Church. Place "t'Eto.ie!

equality. and the with the Tomb of the Unknown
country sit-ins are Inconsiderable
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Russia has to our nation's great beside the attention Soldier the Eiffel Tower. Tomb
discomfort and dismay played of Napoleon the Central Market.
they called to a troubled situation
and played up our srortcum ngs that demands attention--and Louvre Museum the Mint the ROOMS WANTEDWould
along our sUfened color line. now.I Holy Cha*>e>l. the Luxenbdurg"
While we are worshipping the heard Gardens. Notre Dame, Church of
teacher
once a great m
gods of race prejudice Russia Is Oxf rd the Sacred Heart and the Opera.
set the of
plucking off the confused: and forth ministry like to secure clean comfortable for
I room
pain Without it the body would "At Nice I visited the Roman
struggling nations one by one, so
ierith wit+Mbout knowing vmtning Arena Russian Orthodox Churth
that here in Cuba at our doors out-of-town young men and women attending
er.o-js was the matter. Pain callsfur and the famous Promenade..
she 1s about to plant her stand-
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ards. attention to the painful area Angiau From N't' *ent to
I I I and by so attending that errs U. Rowe and thence: to Beirut and Miami Barber

We are face to face with acrave .* prolonged.The the Lebanon Summer Retorts and College

situation and when Paul sit-ins were so many across the Valley of Bakaa; thence
Butler recognizes' the connection "pains" in our society Paul Butler to Demaftcu and the Street c'U 195 N.W. 14th Street Phone FR 7-3127

between our international plight: rightly: evaluate them. rd Straight' Most exciting and

and our blundering civil rights -- I enjoyafelc pan of this tour was 'M

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country a great service. i
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Let us not deceive' ourselves,, LAUDS MORALREARMAMENT

the great trouble with this nation For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
is Its race prejudice and the

stumbling, blundering civil rights On the eve of the International
polices are just a few of Its manifestations. Masons and Eastern Stars 10th

anniversary convention on July BONDED COLLECTION
One stumbling block after another 18 thru 24. In Miami and Nassau -

race prejudice hurtles into Bahamas:: Dr. William V.
the upward path of the struggling !Banks Supreme Grand Master

Negroes of this country and that bas this to say.I '
the Democratic party Is studded take this opportunity to Join

with the world's outstanding with and commend Dr. Frank AGENCY Inc. .,r
champions of policies steeped In Buchman and Moral ReArmament

race prejudice, should make the In their Ideological Crusade. .
Negro exceedingly cautious and ." a r

wary as he ehot" caml >sates .'n The bel tUat God's mind i : .( :

the coming presidential elation ; should control the world through

human nature, that has been
Paul Butler calls the civil
When "
Ganged Is the fundamental
rights question the greatest moist ideal on which International Masons The largest collection and rental
question of the Twentieth Century
was founded ten years ago.
and the late H G. Wells said that

race prejudice is the worst thing and Dr.a Banks graduate being tfeeolofian an attorney can agency in the South; operating in

Ufe of mankind today, they
in the
truly! t-uf> to the frustration
were both uttering the same truth Datltf'and
and deapair that is upon us to- Broward Countieil'Negro
that must become more and mere I

obvious as time passes. djyDr.. '
Banks
Race prejudice stands between speaking for the Housing areas
thousands of members of the International

the Negro and his civil rights andit
that stands between Masons a world
Is prejudice
wide order, pledges that we shall
and first class
citizenship the Negro and as someone has continue the fight to make de- L. L I"OOK" ",...I ."t
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,
wisely said, there can be no first
live for the eternal endurance of
MANAGING AND
where there are
class country freedom.SUFFERERS. MAINTAINING MORE THAN

second< class citizens. .. 10,000 HOUSING
In order to deny Negro citizens UNITS IN DADE AND

their civil rights of which voting RWsw.lM...... *. BROWARD COUNTIES
Is one FaetteCount". TennesseeIs
currently persecuting its Negro
citizens who dare to make :
.. woe Mvs a. sarTna ..... .....eau..
efforts to vote. They are applying Zt'ltil
TSTtaa.KaOK aM0.0 II M.q lia sir B.O
force and more force, economic .a s A& aflatsi r .oa.ur... ... 8QJOr
of COW"leto stay the Negro's ......1 .-..-... ....... M vii staLai. ]0
aces aTi+ ass to.a s. .
T N. sf.
hands as he reaches for tre ballot ............- aa..s..as. iseas. .
They would put the Negro into ? ; ,. AGENCY, NC.r .
an economic vise and thus deny _

him even medicines and medical 71 ::J'- ... ;..",..._.......'"-,.. .. _J._. J.I. J...
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AVENUE CON STRUCTION BEGINS MIAMI TIMES MIAMi FtOKibA

I SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960 PAGE 7

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SPINGARN MEDAL I'I Mr. Splngarn, in his presentation -
remarks hailed the new
PRESENTED TO !I I! medalist u "an author who IJ, U
far u X know the first member
POET HUGHES I I of hia race In over a century to
ItI earn his living solely through his
MINNEAPOLIS LanjstoaIfmrbes literary creation. The race hat
L7I/! feet, author and playwri produced many authors woo have
tin ht, became the first Splnfarn made valuable contributions to
medalist to receive the coveted literature, but until very recently -
H creative writing was not the
award directly from a member
# tr ttars of the Sptaptra family. i.sole source of their-livelihood.*
...
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The medal was presented to NEED CASH .
the noted (writer at the closing
tore of the Slit annual NAACP
$25 to $600
convention on June 28 by NAACP i
President Arthur B. Spinfarn.
brother of the donor, the late J. PL8.3653IDEAL
E. Spinxarn, who instituted the
award in 1914. LOAN CORP.

1 I I
In accepting the award Mr. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
Hughes: the 45th Spinram med
allot, said he did so "only in the

name of the Negro people who ____._ ___:r
/ ,.. have linn me the materials out
of which my poems and stories, EXPERT WATCH AND
plays and songs, have come; and CLOCK REPAIRS
who over the years have given
1 me as well their love and understanding All work guaranteed
and support Without 40 Year 'In Business.
them, en my pert, there would
have been no poems; without Andrews' Jewelers
pi F M their hope and fears and dreams
y 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
no stories; without their struggle.
no drama; without their music,I PR 1.0152
"
$ no songs. r


Pictured left to rijiht C. G, Rolle" ( t. and city inspector Ike Meyers, who i

I Thomas Banninter Freeman Johnson, witncrk'd l the jfrouniMireaking July 11,

It. Levarity. Leo Kolbe of Brooks Paving corner of N\V 62ml St. and. pith Ave. TV SICK ?

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an Paving adequate and drainage the installation system' on of ; ,. .i:''''. Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

NW IStfc ave, between 62nd and .. !-' SAME DAY SERVICE

7l.t streets began Monday. July t. ..
11.i t ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
Flfu-enta avrnue will be :
i.Jf WMfefMd to almet three. time its fit : .j
I,..,,. present *fcfca. Oomtruction cans! ts I Picture Tube Special

for Mount dratfMge structures, .
.\ (e.tcti basin and pipe latera_. ) 17.INCII-$22.95 21 1.INCH-$29.95C
where neceaaary; bendon.ru of '
existing .,-w.... sworn where r '

iK-cessary. aRdb.. removal of JI' SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night' .... ... $2.50
trees w4tere neeeaaary ...J '. .
All properly owners who wj; 't Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charge
depreMkna oa Sidewalk< : f ;rdrivttAavf ,
nhould contact' R"deiph \ RENT A TV
LevrHy of Rudy's TV
Cetttrr at MOO NUth ave Only $5.00 per week
Levrity and Freeman Johnson of
Jnhaon'" Ort p'hF .lic Iwrr Repair d

headed bv the the Greater cemntttee'Warn apToiMvd -: Vets Radio & TV Co.

Chapter of the National Business
LP..ue They were ably: assistedbv
Thnmaa (SUm) Bann Mer of 939 N.W. 3rd Avenue
The Liberty Home' Owners As
-.caatiola..

.
Cost to the 11. Ave "
properya ...
After for these improvernen's "' __ -.4..Q"' ...aftI I4" !' 4''Ji''' '''''''

will run $11 per foot The typ. : IT'S NOT TOO LATE.
81.opiatan ameof the owners .
was. echoed by Harry Sm:thwaer ,
of the Vanity Barber To have your picture made in your prom outfit, or your
Sftep.>>. 'If we, eau be rid of those cap and robe
rainy weather p iddJea and summer EGELOC CLUB It *.? f'ncncit secretary; Verr -
duet sienna, it's worth" $10 -ki L'va, trcassiren Fadell High School and Kindergarten Cap and Gown FurniahedJohnson
a l'-Ol" CLOSES YEAR'SPROGRAM Phillips chaplain; WhltleanInrraiiatn
reporter alary Ed-
The )J....1M Lnafue plane a wards, parliamentarian.
gala f..ratten when the work
ia on >p>aUd and hopes to get The E. the North..**.ro lltfto SehoulBand '< to ,.,url..k tan the c;< ; Celebrates PintAnniversary I r
t.A.A.C W.M Mrs Verneka Silva.
AM r*.:** .++n of tic yeara ,
For Rent ,"'.rk ".-. given by Mrs Pauline*
Sm.th, prcMdent The followinf Lily Wh.te Security Benefit
Specious air-cooled auditor. ..,: .mpahme! were noted: {Association w.M!! celebrate" ita nt+t : ,
Oj- outstanding cutural affair t I anniversary Sunday. July 24. 3 1
ium available for church was hat Annual Book Rcvie-r. frm. *t Greater Bethel AME r ,
Th,>ma. ......Do vividly reviewed t Church. 245 NW 8th st ,
use. Call OX 6-0231 for ap. I ,
-Let Ne Man Write My Epitaph-,
!! b, Willard MoUcy Mrs., Kuth C.I, A very interesting program has
pointment.SEE talk born arranged far this occasion.There .
Caaaeo a dynamic oa
T_ _-y. ___ .. ."Hook for gave these Times." wi'l! be crowning of the
'c fW
queen for the one who raises the : .
THE WORLD'S D-anng lute book revknr hour a larfeat amount in the variout x
wheel chair was donated and loan that take a part In the
GREAT SPIRITUAL presented for the use of all contest First second' and third
people to the Crippled Children pr.M will bv awarded to the
LEADER Soc.ety Mrs. Jack Went; ..pee.111 contestants. The public is cordial
AND PHYCHIC READER ... xn ReftabUitaUon Services ::: ly Invited.
dcci,ied the chair. j I'I Mrs Margaret Carey U districtJ a7

BISHOP HUNTERIf Tne annual Christina party., deputy J23 .
for dow'5 ai t..e beautiful. and spacious O'ME -1 ;,
you are akk ar worried ADDED
.. '. me> of club member Wilbcl-
.
fall ta sec ma .ar. Offlee heeradally
mena Jennings, members exchanged I NO MONEY DOWN
1 p.m. ta f p.m. Thursday I I
1 p.m. to 1 p-m Sunday 11 .... tuts. BUILD ON YOUR LOT << .
ta S p..m. The Annual Tot and Pre-Teen NOW I i _

F. juiion Sao was held atoM in Dade cat! OX 1-4505 .
s 7a
./t YMCA Mrs. Uernice Carey, intern
teaeo from Fla. AJcM Broward County J f ?
READINGS' 'ri University narrated. WA 2.9411 t ii'r
,IJOO ,1a-
Write i Percy Hepburn
UPM17 The' annual scholarship award
was given to a North Dade HI ARCHITECT ANDBUILDER
SW 17 at. <\ &;"oo.: student Betty Clark.
The newly! elected officers for 871 NW 7th street
WISTHOLLYWOOD 1960-61 Jane D Lewis president Hallandale Fla. of Miami

-LA. ; WUhelmeaia Jennings, first (formerly ef Nassau ......)
v.ce president Vlvilora Gainer, .
'It J "" I
2nd vice; Evelyn Mincy. recording 409 N.W.17th Street FR 7.2294
PROF. HUNTtfl t secretary AzeUna Pin e r y, cor- Drive Careful!
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tells a lie, a truth is revealed

PHIL OSSOFER truth that manifest itself to th a.
Inquiring mind. Thus, when .
SAYS: member of that self righteoussuperior"
-
< group tells
me
the
rs -- -.. Negro is not ready for deserr*.
gallon, I read him to say that it
The claim of certain Southern U Mr. rsuperior" himself who
folks that the Negro is not ready not ready. fa
for desegregation is a reflection
upon themselves. This claim is
untrue yet it is true that those
,J who have had nearly a hundred $250 Down

years to prepare him for desegregation $75 a Month
have done nothing to help

him towards that Coal This point ,Furnished lame
bedroom
i was ably covered by Dean Gor- ,
don B. Hancock in The Times Fla. room neat and clean,

last iweek large lot, ideal for retiree
The fact that the Negro is ready Near 57th St.
for desegregatios Is a credit to''

himself because he has overcome Gold Coast
Realtors
through heartbreaking effort i
many cf the unjust limitationISJaced I 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.

on him by his self-styled PL 12420REFRIGERATION
"superiors." I
have observed that when one






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James E. Scott Community Association Community Day Camp arc Archibald G.i
2651 N.W. 49th Street
I toyed IU annual visit to the Sweeting Carey Mrs. Edna Ammons, George H.I NE 54540

tate In Ft. Lauderdalc. Dr. Harry Sweet-Sweet' Miss Cassandra Hannah and Harold
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PACE 8 SATURDAY JULY 23 1960
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AI FBI SAT SON IDLY 22-23-24


BY ELUOTT J. PIEZE


GOOD AND BAD NEWS FOR Ing should command the atten.

SOUTH FLORIDA tlon of every customer of the FLOOR SHOW
In thle Big
What may easily be classified company and ether areas.The .
hearing should be
to
as food and bad news for South spec
the general public and should be
Florida residents is the announcement .
largely' attended In order
to ohew
made this week by the Fla.
the interest of The UNTOUCHABLE-
Railroad and Public UtrutiaComm1uon the people whe
concerning electrical pay the bills. The situation thus

rates now charred by the Florda becomes good and bad news -
Power and Light Co. In brief the good news for the customer. titview PHIL HARRISYour
ounmlsslon announced that the of the poeolblllty of a reduction
In the rates, end bad
rates now charged by the Power
new for the company because
Company: are too hi&h.10 connection -
with this announcement they may be forced by law to r*. Master of Ceremonies
due their rate Whatever the
the Commission also ordered a
outcome the move to a healthy .
special hearing in the case of the
fTX to be held on SepL 13, in gesture en the part of the cent
order<< to determine if rate cutbacks "" ..10... The fact that It" .!SAM MOORE &
are in order. checking Into such matter with ,
the beet Interest of the general
.
The hearings and subsequentones public uppermost In It* mind. Is DAVE PRATER
may result in lower light to say the least commendable. .
bills for the company's many thousands Other states regulatory authorities ,
of customers in South such *e the Insurance Commies* MIAMI'S NEWEST SINGING
ida. FPL has customers nor-j loner, and other whop duty It p
counties in Florida. to set ratee for various service, SENSATIONS
should follow the example set by
However, there will not be any! by the Railroad and Public.. n:
..bAt.. to customer whe figure Utllltiee Comml..lon. The Interestof
they have been paying toe much. the people must come first ELOIS FORMAN
for electric .*", Ic.. The Florida and the interest of private Indus

Utilities Regulation Act does net', try must come second. Its geed POPULAR RECORDING STAR
carry a retroactive rate reduction and bad news.STUDENTS' .
feature.

Edwin Lee Mason the Commie FAREWELL BALL VANILLA WILLIAMSSHAKE
ion member from Miami., said SET FOR SEPT 1

thle week: The annual Students Farewell DANCER SUPREME

Mn| the case of all the utlllti... Ball comes' off this year on I
It ..la our responsibility to keep a Thursday evening Sept 1 at 10 MUSIC BY
loa watch and not permit thorn o'clock at the Harlem Square

to make more than a fair and Ballroom Sponsored by the r W C BAKER'S BAND '
Mocker
T.
reasonable return." Mason added I Washington High Ir'
that Our Indication Is that the School Alumni Association the .
affair, as has been the Featuring
earnings are a little more than case over %,
a percent." The Commission had the years Is designed u a timely
eat Just under 7 percent aa a fair and fitting send off to all of the CLARA JAY-Terrific Blues Singer
return for FPL In 1t57. student from Miami and vicinity
who will be leaving for college
Any thought of a possible re- during the
months of
Septemberor
duction in light and power bills October: This will"be especially For Reservations Call PL 82339 Jack Corbitt

is undoubtedely good news to aU significant to those students who
of the customers affected. >Many are going to college for the first Admission
persons in position to know about time S edal recognition win be SOc
such things have long contended given to all of the students
that in the Miami area at least, well as to the various as
colleges to
the rates are .too high and have I which they are going. e e e
been too high for some time.
Invitation for the Ball
Out there is another side to this In the mall by Augur 1$.will Hew be The Untouchable" Phil Harris
picture. The company will undoubtedly ver. anyone who has not recelv presents every
contend that its rates ed his Invitation by
Auguet
tZ. to
are not too high. Intact thcompany e''I asked Wednesday
to call In person or phone night his .
can be expected toslat 1n- the downtown office f the Miami
*
that Its rates are actually too. Time at 1112 NW Ird .... whop.
loir and that it should on the I the Original
'' phase number to FR S.<2M Big Amateur and
wilt
arguments it undoubtedly and
Alumni .
p ronn*| will be
present be granted an increase in happy U supply him with Invl. Professional '
instead. And there it Hour
rates goes. tatlons for himself and friend
The commission on the other hand You may aloe. make year table
contending that the rates art too reservation at the
sansORko..
filth and the company on tne 3 CASH PRIZES
other hand they art PHIL HARRIS
cot too high but actually too l>w.
At any rate the coming hear* Advertise It Pays*
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Taylor-Peterten SATURDAY. JULY 23, 1960 PAGE 9

Richmond Heights Flashes NuptialsNellie .' '.; 0' .' 0 '. -. '. '. .'

Anna Petersen and Edward ,r

I ORA O. TALYCR Louis Taylor, both of Miami
y -...u '::I were married Thursday afternoonin : 'i' a.TY
St. Peters American Catholic
INSPIRATION MOMENTS those days so the YWCA cam Cathedral. Fr. Richard DeVeaux
to tee rescue. Any girls who were performed the single ring ceremony. ..WI w "" t
Oat writer inspire as to possess in this. first troop (now crown The altar near beautifully
our tools WIth patience. ups) please write Your Scribe ate decorated with whit gladioli a
69th St.
James aj*. "Let patience hart *oul LAOCOLn HlVfL Richmond, Cift from Mrs. Doris Copeland. OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd. ve. &
its perfect work.: God's patience litigate M. Fla. Call CX -i240. Miss Ruth Austin classmate of
Is shown and seen dale in the the bride was soloist and Willie t
world Ue created. Consider the Today u 1 check the list ol Williams also a classmate, was at t FRIDAY SATURDAY
liljrs of the field, bow they crow thus s.rts, they are now some oi the organ. t LAST TWO NIGHTS
into perfect specimens without our lading women of AmeriCa.
labor. or toil yet Solomon in all roe rewara we seek. The bride is the daughter of
his glory wu not armed Ukad Mrs. Ectria Peterson and the late White"SHOCKING
one of them. R took food sod.sunshine N WCQM US WELCOME! W, Rt. Rev. Ernest X* Peterson who J I-Passed+ For
rain and God's car and went te spread the. welcome mat was Archbishop and Primate of
protection to produce the P3 oat lur the Uaac Stringers tram South the American Catholic Church. J I
specimen.In Miami, toe Carl Browns, the Willis EXPOSE OF COLOR LINE
Jaduons, the Joe Alkens the She was liven in marriage by
our busy world today I won Macro Andersons and others to Dr. Oharlc Williams a friend of j
der if rare take enoooi time to be named in next article. We wish the family. Mrs. Till MltcheH j PLUS"Bluebeards -
possess our souls and crow toward to meet these fine families served as her matron of honor I
perfection. X beltere faith you and invite them to join 1Ahe and little Johnnie Knight brother J j 12Honeymoons9'
prayer, lore for God and fellowman activities. of uur growing. com of the groom served' as rinf j
doing unto others as we munity.GUESTS. bearer. The croon's attendant
would should do unto OK was Eugene Francis, best ID8D. j
the
keeping crmmanrtments; all IN OUR MIDST.Many MJo.I I
Mr. Taylor is the son of
serre as stepping stones to build
lamiliea are navlnc luests
and Mrs. Robert Knight grandsonof
the walk of
I child of God patience mud tread.which erery of relatives and trit.Dda.b1I. Mrs. Nannie B. Drown and
summer which makes the Heights greet grandson of Mrs. Dirabeth MONDAY TUESDAY
Growing in patience, eren with SUNDAY ,
and
active with dinners, outings
Rose I
our own Arnold a airier KnVghtlie
community
"amtllee- ; enjoyable affairs.
croup and a means erowini I 1.1. member of Ebenezerhtrtaodlst
in faith "a faith that win not' Seed the news items in or call Qturch.
I shrink though pressed b7 every Ct; 3-4240 THAN
foes. God bless yo UUMU'' JOG MORE .aVAQ&
are HIGHLY tMrgj/amgn UOME&il AIR CONDITIONED MOST SAVAGE APIHCA.S.
U you are interested la a modern
RESPECTS TO BBB'EAvm 1 or 4 bedroom oak floors, built CAPITOLTHEATRE II REFtrt r t eau 01 TIll DUa'aoooac i
FAMILY. We bow la atxflble in stove or oven two full bathe, _mmust nsjios)or TNI tuvtnucni
submission to God In behalf ef heat suction, enclosed large garage I i BULL tunwrT Arrant. I IftN141tsIare Il
the Moncur family of Richmond Urge lot, ace my tiarmarnucnes IUVTTI
Heights in the pflftfoj of SamuelMoacur on the parks in Richmond NOW SHOWING l ''trltr. *
Sr, Mr Moot w came to Heights. |100 and $110 per FROM THE TERRACE
Miami when be was a lad of 15 month. Call CE ft-4244 tor par Starring Paul Newman
and spent aH of his adulthood in ticulars. This is the home you
MJamL tft'\-ta to him aDd have long inked tor. We have 1'1 Joanne Woodward e + r ,
his late wife, who>> died two years DOW. Also doA' target the "Because They are '
ago for beta* one of Richmond l' arl Model with three large bedrooms Yotin "
lieicnts first famililes having Walk in closets, two full +Ri
moved here in 1891. Funeral services baths and many other modern Dick ClarkBUNCHE ft
were held at Temple Bap features. Why pay on home for
tat Church Rrr. L. A. Thomp:: Jo years when you can own one I a
son pastor. Rkfrtr yp Mortuary In 18 years. We are on Coral Beef
in chart. Two 80111, and Drive Armstrong Manor, i ilbmes.
Maxwell came to attend the funeral Must see to appr iaW.
' from New York. May yoursoul
have peace and rest.
GIFTS FOR UOMC APPLI SUN. THRU WED. 1 ie
FIRST GIRL SCOUT TROOP CANTS. A beautiful tritfdaire II.
stove and refrigerator will be TM fury *f Sim*** Ptttrf
Many Dade C'nr fM do not given away Sunday afternoon at Oalllte
know that your scribe was the Armstrong Manor to one of thepeI'IODa THE BIG FISHERMANwith t ,
first leader of the first Girl who will hare application
t Scout Troop for Negro Girls or- and down payments in by Howard K..I
tanlned\ in Dade Couoqr sponsored Sunday. July 1L Eight beautifulPearl gl/san K.h".,
by the YMCA Council. Mrs. Bailey models are owing PLUS
} Murrell president. This was completion on Coral Beef. Come "Miracle of The Hills
Troop JO. W. met at Old Cap- in Sunday to see them. They are with Rio Reason I' ; I 'II
tialn Scott's Welfare on ant .... the last word in modern bousinc.
across from Atlantic furniture Can CE ft-4244 or CE ft-3971. Ore I
Grove The dris from Coconut Taylor Realty is the exclusive S VC4iiizo
joined us. each Friday until arent
we were accepted into the local
and national croups. Mrs. .
XCabie and Miss Alexander woe'' RITZTHEATRE

workers in the welfare at that --
time so were there to help us qim1LReetD
'
each week. Many teachers. : from
Booker T. Washinftoa also t. NOW SHOWING"I
came Troop loaders aDd helped,
including Miss Flora Bell Austin, Passed ForWhite" a..a.... .-'..dSTARTS -
deceased who was with us weekly 4ea rI 11 0Uq YliepK'

There are many Girl Scout
Troops now in Dade County U. 1 w,
result of this first Troop 80. X PLUS
have u a cherished cello the first Holds false teeth tljh frt* WEDNESDAY
Troop flat for this troop. gets sari cum > *etem the "Anon For Hire-
A comical Incident! happened beau Gun (tautiM comfort '
when we bad our first cookie gala without "GI-caUllft. messy "Hercules Unchained"Fabulous
was carer to sell the povtferi ... s>wy p*.te..
cookiesgirl when check up time A MKttSri MKOVfST
came many had boxes of eookiee Feats of Human Power
they did not report for. This of HARLEM DRUG CO. Beautiful Horn on

course placed me on the spot la 1400 N.W. Ird Ave. Miami. Ft.. Your Lot
However tae money WU scarce
I 'a Il realb glrel f c

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PLANNING t
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'I $1.00For ( ( L 'Q9 c "THE STORY OF RUTH"

PL 1 604 "BELLS ARE RINGING"
('Niters 4,
: Late Saturday
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I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA .1 FRIENDSHIP Hev.Claudia C. J.Wilson burner BAPTIST reporter, pastor I --- _. ._--


PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960 Sunday School _.._ 934 IARKLE 'S COT-XA7E STORE

I Morning. services ...._.., 11:041
BTU *JO
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. SPIRITUAL BAPTIST Evening services ..... ....,.. 7:00 The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

E. M. Tfeemas. pastor I 10250 SW 176th SL We have a number of sick and\ 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

Phyllis M/ers, reporter '! Rev. Ernest 1lutd eson, pastor shut las at home and hospitals.Let .,

Sunday School _.... ... 0:45: 'I us continue in prayer lor
Morning Worship .......,.,.., 11:00 Hv. Ernest Hutchison Jr., pastor them. The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
B.T.U. 5:00 The oO* rvance of the pastor's Alna Tranquil Thins Super

Evening Worship .,,,, ......._ 7.00 fUll ajuuverwo ai our caurcowta i Tablets ,..,....... l.tS Reducing PlanT 2.91
cause duiitig the 3:15 pan ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. Madam Walker
Sunday morning Rev. Stopfeecscame service watn UM Hev. J. U Jonn- III nle 1.4S I4S
....
Ointment -.w
I
before us with a wonderful 5..11. pattor ol 6L James BapustUuucti J. U. Stepberson. pastor I Swamp. Root .71 1.1S
Qttatagc. It was enjoyed all. well be the &uest speaker M. T. Copeland reporter Peonies BtrfamentHair
by i : i 9:45 Dressing .., Father John .71 14S1.M
Sunday School -
Sunday night
It was very our interesting pastor preached. and-!! OB fuMoajr, Jury Itf at 7:45: pas I Morning Service .... .... 11:00 Long.ald HairDressing Cardu| ___. .........
soul stirring. I tae lUv. 11. W. MUM wui U: our 'BTU 5JO' ...,,,.....,. 1.00. Earring .10 to .71 pr.
I
Yuan Wr+"4l.:: alU irta.y &u&a'1.1 I Evening Worship 7:00 OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY S A.M. to 10 P.M.
Next Sunday the Deacoas r. ,;- Ule uev. raiwfck wuiUiusitn
and Stewardess UJUOQ will meet w., our preacner. lUv. Uro.uu The No. 1 usher board mill JOHN A. MeMINN. OwntrDRIVER'S

at our church. For the beoettt of .-iww u lM5 1 Q1 ..UhML 'laud I celebrate its 19th anniversary ... 'T..."..
those who do&t know where we u.tIU6A..IWl W .rlurnatcid, Sunday July 24 at 3 pxn at the
are here is the address: St. Matthew a itw. sick" Wuiiams u puturut church. You are invited. '
AMEZ. IGtt NW 5th ave. \''* ifeiae liapUki Cauica iniyr. Our Vacation Bible School will
I..ir1J Tie uiuus will ac- continue' thdu July 29. We wishto
We have one pers a who is 111 cuu;+ny the pastors. thank the parents who sent H LICENSE !
and in the hpsp Ul. She is Sis. their children.
L. Baker. We are praying for you Tae pastor will deliver an an-

to have a speedy recovery. 1&l&o DJVUWll arftnun bunoay mora- ST. MARY'S C. W. M. I BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'BERRY'S

Bro. E. A. Cukner pastor
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ot i .ur.Mt5L>t Mrs. S. Dor*kins, reporter

Sunday School ...__...._._... 9:43
ti Rev. Opa Locks Toe Baha'i Assembly of Miami Morning worship .._...-_.... 11.00
W. J. Mao&o, pastor w o.U otMU muovriai services: oobauircuy. Evening devotion ........._ MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
San 1:30I
Ci E. MeRae. secretaryWe July 23. 10 aun. at thetutun I 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
have Just C nu.r. 147 2W 11th ave, Sunday School was opened byi i
Revival with completed Rev. McCray a weekof of lur the iiaa ot.De Cause, Horace the superintendent, Mrs. M. W. OX 1-5263

Ocala. who made the fosl so UUU I. Mr. lioiicy. who passed Devotion classes took
plain that on ut week ia halls Israel was their places. Lesson was reviewed -
stand. Nov everyone souls could uDder- o&c U the mac custodians Cf Uw by Bro. Burns. The Sunday '- ..
and baptized while were gained iUna'i )'alL lie was a penaaaentr School convention will convene in
through 'Christian some came r u of the Holy Land, coming Key West July 25 thru the 31st
experience. We
are now from WiimcUe. lit, afkrMl"V Morning worship was led br / -
making
for
appreciation ready ourpastor's the I'aith as secretary of the pastor. lie (reached from 107 X70; i '1.QR{ Dlt1CT.> 1
day. Psalm, 'Let Them Fall by
we national bpiritual Assembly treme. r
First Baptist is improving every 'I' of the iUoa'is of the United The KXhtway. Everyone was
day and with the no-, education States fv* 36 years. spiritually blessed. No. 2 choir
al building we hope to do more rendered music with their organ
especially toward the training oJ; lie tiiiuxi" "JU ha'i AdnuautratraUva. 1st. Miss Phyllis Ferguson and ,. s.
our youth. You are welcome. "Uaha'l Procedure and their director A. Carey No. one tk
lUiu Wwiui )' uUl" aDd otavr junior ushers served.
SALTER'S works lie fuuadvd -Bha'i Nu.." Evening worship was Jed by
CHAPEL ana 'Toe lUha'i Wood" and the pastor. He preached from 1
Rev. 11 J. Demon pastor .*, .rut LxKks lAd articles to promote Corinthians. -Builders in God' OTC
Ruth Twus. reporter tae anA Tae Local Spiritual Service." No 1 choir furnished .
Sunday School ... ............ f.20 Aw inbly will conduct the music with Mrs S. McFord at :; utlt
Morning wortMp ..........." _lluu M.rvtct LV-rone is. Invited \0.ueDd. the organ No 2 ushers served. t T 11111
ACE League ...-._....... ... 530 We are praying for our sick
evening worship --. 1:00Pre.ldin : folks here and elsewhere. rue DtuvcRT J7 DRUG
astert.LLrt Ma.lt1UUI: C
: >> _
held his third, Elder quarterly J. A. Roberts conference Rev. Aaron D. Hall Pastor Men's Day a Success J co111t 1t l r+ts.1 tY @>k k/HlOX 1'751830

beginning Friday. July 15 E. injraham reporter HAROLD JOLLIVCTTE. Manager
throughout Sunday July 17 which Sunday Scoool -.. 930 At Zion HopeThe ._
was very inspiring with all Morning worship 11W Y "" - --

board and clubs making their re kveang: worship .. ...,,.., 7W Men's Day pogram of Zion
ports. The pastor and numbers Hope Missionary Baptist Church RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
wish to thank all their friends' for The Class Leaders of the I with Rev Paul Freeman' pastor;
helping them to entertain the Miami church will have charge of class I) Deacon L. S.. Simon reporter was Rectal Diseases 0 Varicose Veins

District Sunday School convention meeLA; Tuesday n1&bL held Sunda,. July 17 fff.ctl/c Dalnl.... non.turgical office treatments low
I t at e tt-
which was a great success. I Sunday School was conducted "e less time
Income.
On Sunday. July 24, coos The w\. nea of the church arespucuortng by Deacon Sylvester Bruton and er Avoid surgery and hMpltallutlen. Why
No. 1 is presenting Miss Marsha a straw ride to Opa others of Mt Tabor Baptist with 1 wear trout Why suffer delay and get worse T
Melver in a piano recital at 3 Locka Friday night July :t0 music by young Bro. Sands. .
CONSULTATION
P-m. Donation $1.00. Refreshments the home of Mrs. Evelyn Cult' In the morning Dea. L. Simon! FREE m
will be served. oing&am. 15821 NW 18lh court., and Deacon Whitfield led devotional 'p.clal medication treatments, diet, for artHeWa. neyrttla. ul I
duses will leave from the church services. Announcement I eera, blood pressure. sines' .".", la. lost i
I agar chronic disease !
editor NW 11th st and 3rd
ave. were made by Bro. Samuel Si- of men and women.
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN at 8 pm. Round trip 75 cents. i mon. The morning sermon was I

Rev. William F. Savoy pastor Sunday. July 31 the church I I delivered by Raw C. Burney ofFriendship DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General Halts fcervlc.1S45 :
Church
with
will obterve its annual Woman'sDay Baptist S.W. 1st St.. '
14th Ave. and 69th Street I I FR 3-2741 REDUCING
the text taken from the 11 chapter -
...... with Mrs. Margaret Flowers,j ,
Sunday School .__...__ 9:30: I, of the Book of Job. Everyone
Morning Service ........... 11:00 chairman and Mrs. Geneva Murray -I was in high spirits. Invitation
Westminster ...... as co- h1rman. Under the
Fellowship 6 00 -
leadership of these two ladies the was offered by the pastor with -

Last Sunday theation pastor worm! are working hard to make two new members Joining.

attended the Install service the d.11. success. They have The evening devotion was 1 led
of the Rev. J. W. Barnetto. chosen, "Women in Our World by Deacon Jackson and others of CBS Home For Sale
the nest' pastor of the Goodwill Today1 as their theme. Friendship.The .
Presbyterian. Church of Fort
Pierce.. On- the same evening; Rev-{ A special Invitation is extended service was 'preached by
Julius Scipio took his ordinationvows It to the public to worship with eV W K. Smith of Greater Beth. 2 large, spacious bedrooms tiled porch
as he prvparts to become*, us. Mrs. Walton Y. R blnsGn.I el Baptist Church of Opa licks ,
the pastor of the Ascension Chapel principal of A. L. Lewis Elemen- with text taken from the 8th
of Fort Lauderdale. The synodis 'tary School will be our Morning Book of Psalms "What Is Man* large living room, tiled bathroom, tiled
doing a commendable! Job insecuring speaker and Miss Gloria Braynon public offering by Decon Roberts
worthy ministers for the instructors in foreign languagesat of Mt Olive Primitive Baptist roof hardwood floors.
,
Negro Presbyterian churches in Booker 1'. Washington High Church and Bro. IL Smith steward -
Florida. I will be the evening speaker. You of St. Paul AME Church.
will not want to miss attending The pastor and, members Irish Newly painted inside and out. This home is locatednear
This Sunday afternoon July 24,I these services. to thank th. many visiting ministers
the Youth Fellowship will have a and friends for making thisgreat school and shopping plaza, and may be seen
retreat and a treat at Virginia Let us not forget our sick'ajjd day possible Bro. Willie
Beach. There will be swimming shut-ins. Mrs. Ida Ratcliffe. 7411 Carlisle and Deacon L. S. Smith daily, and Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 6
eating, devotions and f Ilo' ship NW 15th aye; Sister Mattic were chairmen of the programccmmittee
discusslccs. Clarke Jackson Hc I I
Margaret Incram Smith. 1461 was chairman of the Men'sD ay
Tee Sunday morning message j I NW 6th court; Sister Edith Bren-
"Age For Grace. will point out nanL 1516 NW 6th court; Sister program. 1640 N.W. 153RD STREET
specific ways in which ACE Leila Jolley. Jackson Memorial
Adult Christian Education, can Hospital Sister Lucretia lull Mt
become healthy part of our, Sinai Hospital. URBAN LEAGUE Phone NE 4-3168 or NE 4-2539 or UN 5-S033

church life in the coming months The members are waiting with Also
GUILDORETCOCKTAIL inquire at this address for EXPRESSWAY
needs continually
to
The church great anticipation for the returnof
evaluate its methods of educating' our patter from Cleveland. PARTY
its adults concerning the purpose Ohi. During his absence services HOUSES to be delivered to your lot or to our lot for

of the commitment were in charge of Rev. Oswald K. Sunday, July 24th
andtheChristian of the'! K. Sands one of our Vocal Fiesta you.
Club
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

is Tired of SOCIAL di
Negro ,
11
SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960 -PAGE- ----

LEGAL NOTICE Why be Out of Style?
Football of Politics
Being -* -- NOTICE UNDER NAME LAW FICTITIOUS Let us convert your douh.breasted .*
suit to a single breasted,
Frances Walters Speaking y Notice is hereby given that the narrow lapel $18 up.
undersigned desiring to engage. Yeur Smiling Tailor. 037 NW
It seems! to me that .e need apolitical I ST. AGNES WINSSCOUT in business under the fictitious 3rd Ave, Reuben' Hepburn Prop.
[ party of our own. Get Credit For Your name of 18th Ave. Grocery andSundry indf
One thing is curt, wt hart ,
SWIM 6308 N.W. 18th Are.
been betrayed times "without Earnings Each YearIt Miami. Fit, intends to register" I Dumber by both the Democrats the said name with the clerk of Strictly For Men
and the Republican OM hun MEETThe may be time once again to Circuit Court of Dade County
dred years alter the Civil Wu check' on your social security account Florida. Confidential Product I
treed UM slaves the Negro ia still South, Florida Council Boy accordinc to E. P. Dion- Alton J Johnson owner
w1hOU'Ow' in many southern Scout of America Divisional stop manager of the Miami North July 9. UI, 23. 34 Retails for $3.00
counties. Committee held its annual wim District office of the Social Security
And in places nrhcrt 1M can meet Monday night July 11 at the Administration Excellent repeat business.
Tote' the Negro often doesnt because Miami Dixie Park Swimtnlsg Blonston advised that most COSMETICS 100% profit. Send $2.00
be knows he caat' truat Pool. people' now reaching age 63 need' for sample or write for free
cither nominee.Let 44 years of earnings on their AUo .
Four hundred interested account (A man born In 1906 or, Miami Times NewspaperCall details.
nothing 1 say be construed Scouts, parents and friends of later or a woman born in 1909 or
as ingratitude towards the Scouting witnessed this competitive later will need at least 10 years YUkon 3-5681 RENAY-Box 3135
NAACP. The NAACP bas organization meet. Scout spirit, team play In the system.) For disability you W. HOLLYWOOD, FLA.
run by lawyers and and the willingness to participatewas need at least five years.If -t.,r DH"
its approach has been almost coUrely displayed by ill ':
juridical. It has fostered you will write or stop in your
', civil rigata legislation, has written The Divisional chairman: local social security office they -----
and introduced scores of bill Alexander Brooks opened then will furnish you" a selfaddressedcard.
to. ra&wve' injustices suffered by meet by leading the National Anthem. ., Within a few days a statement ; SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE
tae Negro, but the. NAACP 1* not Followed with the Scout of your earnings will be sent
organized as a political force. oath. you from the headquarters in EBONY
Politics and the law are two dif :The following units took aDacuye Baltimore. Md.According .
f pan along with, their ratIng. -
When Phillip to Blonston It is
Randofefe< : and
advisable for workers and self- Motel & RestaurantAir
Rev. Martin Luther King an.pounced First place; Tr *v 77, ayn.rd -
they had joined force by St. Agnes Efcuacopal Church.SgU employed' people to check theiraccount 1
This
to picket the politics conventions Leroy Smith scoutmaster. every three years.
in
condition Television Telephone every room
makes It possible to correct any
there was a flurry of Indignation I
sod some of the countrv'a foremost Second place: Troop 56. sponsored record which might not be com
Negro' editor announced by ML Zion Baptist plete. Your future benefit payments Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway
the Church Herbert Williams scout will be based on earning
themselves project because In opposition it had not to been master. credited to your oeeount Riviera Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach

miuated the NAACP. Employers and labor organizations -
by
Third place: Troop 99,
sponsored may request' a supply of the
Out there Is no reason iwfcj the by Bethune Elementary Ware Statement Requests for 4
Negroes should be limited to one School PTA, Samuel Grant their errr o.ft'I. There is no
organ!ration working in their scoutmaster. charge for this service. The local
behalf. NAACP baa now joined Fourth place: Troop 173, sponsored octal security district office address GRAND
with, Bsndolfb and Rev. King. by Kerr Memorial M.mocs-I is 234 NE 7JHh at.
and will participate in the damoostraUon ist Church Perrine, Robert Stiles, I
starting next week at scoutmaster.. July Date ReminderJULY
the Democratic convention hiLt
Fifth' lip Troop 73, sponsored '-
Angeles. This 1* fine and 19 Annual Convectionof OPENINGDue
by Frank C. Martin PTA -
shows the right solidarity..
Richmond Heights IL Ammoni the National Businee League,

However it is none the lest .I..I.ICQUtmuter. Cincinnati. ,I
true that and I say thi The Divisional Committee; JULY 19-21-Nation*! Housewives -
and the law League of America Cincinnati circumstances beyond control
again politics art plans to have many Soout activities to our
two different things. the All parents 1,
throughout year.
Civil rights will be the out- and friends are always in JULY :. National Aasoo- our Grand Opening has been postponed

raiding and there issue is at no the doubt convention thai a vited. 'I latlon of Insurance Brokers, Detroit for two weeks. Watch this paper for date.

civil will be Summer camp activities will be
strong written 1J obe right plank platform Insspit. held at Camp Rocky Pine, in JULY 21->>-FIuat1en of America I
Sunday at 2 convention Atlanta.
Princeton starting
of the objections of the National
pm. July 24-30. JULY 30-AUO. 6 -
southern delegate Scout may still register thru Association of Colored ''WomeD'Il i Get Your Teams
But this is nothing new. There the Scout Service Center 4031: Club. Inc. 32nd & ooo-
have! been strong civil rig&ia NW 7th st. Miami. vention at New York City. I
planks in both Democratic and
-- ---
Republican platform very Ready Now IMIBOWLING
presidential election year for the
PUt forty years. And have we a
strong civil right. law We have, .
not I
That's why I aajr we Negroe 4
have to get in to the political.
game professionally not just
stand on the. sideline: and wave Q
Cats. Our cheer leaders may be r .
great but they dont win the Z Y -
game. We need players.

And by player I mean practical r Ytz 1900 N. W. 75th St.

politicians. A politician doe
not get elected to. office because
he ia a better man than his op. PL 1-5951
,.
c AUCBT w .a Dr.cw
ponent. 11 you think that you'rethe
type. that also believe the. 143 NW JJrt, A*.m. OX el
ads about cigarette not hurting;
your throat '*i
A candidate get elected by

the hard work of his supporters For Results in One Visit-See ANNOUNCEMENT
and by the publicity be get, and
the money he spends. MADAM MARS
We in th. tea per cent minority -- .
need a strong political organization SPIRITUAL MEDIUM M
not necessarily AND PUBLIC ADVISORTHE
TilE
FORMING
NOW
dominated
by lawyers either CONSULTED READERIN
which can get in there and fight. MOST
with no hold barred. SOUTH FLORIDA-WARNS OF 40th Assistant Class/
Physicians
FlgtU for the candidate we TROUBLE IN ADVANCE
want elected. Tight against
the man we dont want in office. Ne matter what your HOPE FEAR .r TROUBLE may b. she' A special program of Medical Training for all
This wW do more for oar and will help yew. Sh. Elves true and never falling advice
cause than all the speeches: our can MAPRIACV.health. women (ages 17 to 45) with limited education who
excellent orator. can make ." all affairs of life such aa: LOVE. COURTSHIP,

bu.in... changes, will. deeds, mortgages, law ...It*, lost seek more earning and increased prestige.
--- --
.r at..." article' hidden' treasures.
Don't Fret Fight! Heads your entire life; PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE. Tells you Enroll Nowl! It's not too late to enter

an>'tiJJVjt; you wish to know ",it.bouk1nC any questions.If the new classes
Join The NAACP you cant seem to make a hit in an>Uuni-il you are Id

consulted. Reader in South Florida
hard luck-See the most
Classes
0 Day and Evening
She tamedUte heip-R SULTS IN ONE VISIT Don't go
BrownsvilleImprovement through gives life handicapped by others. See Her Today! Small Weekly PaymentsAir

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2741 N.W. 49th St.Regplar SATISFACTION GUARANTEED To all graduatesNightingale
Private and Confidential Readings
meetings let and I Ne Mall AnawtrcO S.. Me In Ptraon

3rd Monday night of each' HOURS: Dally and Sunday 7 ...... U S p.... College

month. Membership drrr CLOSED TUESDAY-MO HOUSE CALLS
now on. All residents of:
Brownsville Invited to join I DON'T MISTAKE ADDRESSTAKE FR 3-1675
BUS 1ft TO PINK HOUSE

Neal Adams, Free 2390 N.W. 27th Ave., Miami, Fla. 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami, Fla.The .
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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960
WANTEDWe


hare a cash buyer for
CARDS MEMORIALS
your home in Richmond

.
tee V" Height Call Collma.

CARD OF THANKSThe

MADISON REALTORS
fmUy of the late DEATHS
ALLAN Euut; N t; SAbMERSwUbcs 454 BiltmoreVJa7

to express its thanks and ............ ........---
appreciation to the many trends III 53518Coconut
fur Jundnecses shown during its Mrs. Ingraham Dies
hours cl bereavement. Thaoiu for FRgE DEMONSTRATION TZ1ZV2SXON" NOT WOR1QNG? I
jour many telegrams letters In West Hollywood Worlds finest vacuum cleaner. Bar It repaired on credit Pay
cards, uowvrs, and all other kind Call.. Herbert C. Long today, Nl weekly your credit If always. food
gestures of sympathy. Mrs. Gladys Culmer Ingraham 4.401L with us. AH work guaranteed.
Social thanks to the director: a uii4 WIle resident ol Miami Call NZ 4-92M. .,
and personnel otbe t'raocis ana uuw ol West Hollywood, 3H FREE FREE FREE
1'uncrai lume for then most efficient bW itfih su, died at her home 1 New boy's or flrr bicycle. FOR RENT o
service: and the Veil Joli.DI I .1 W7 U alter a snort ilinets.xuuera free with every new 21-lnch TV e
E. Culmer, rector of St. Ames service lor Mrs. ingraaui sold before August 6. Call Ml FURNISHED Efficiency. None
4/piK.vp.u: Church:, for his very wru be held Sunday, July 4-9236. better. AU utilities Near bus,
kid fixtures and services. Agtin 24 at central; Baptist Cnurch;: : unoer stepping. 4190 NW 32nd ave.
'
thanks to everyone tor every uc turxcuon ul Mu u WANTED -
.r-i iwax! ol *U Laudeniaie with DUPLEX.' Nicely furnished near Grove
Airs lean SaundersAnd uw iUv. 1:. J. Lark ollicialing. HELP WANTED QrazKrway, buses, reasooabl
FamilyCAKU the Leaves to mourn a nu>bauu, Experienced switchboard open- 1274 NW 65th st Open Sunday 15 p.m.
wuuam, a daughter, Irene Ingrainutnas tor. Apply Bonded Collection 3325 Perciral
Of 1 ttAl'4KS u.&m and grand daugater, Agency, 1163 NW 3rd an. FURNISHED one-bedroom Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS on
stay UlU MUXCM Frinks; sixgreat Large living room dinette. All Hardwood .
grand children, a niece, Experienced beauty operator at modern. Nice large yard. Adults large landscaped lot.
DLAUXN The family CilAKU of the:; 1UZEK late: iva Murray, a nephew, Woriey Boyd's Beauty Sheet 1230 NW or with a baby. 729 NW (3th floors, tile roof, awning

wish w thin their many wards of Washington, DXX and 3rd ave, FR 48704.FOR Terr. MU 1-0325. Venetian blinds, carport,
a heAL of other relatives and furnished kitchen. All this
fji ud. fur the very kind and LOOKING FOR a clean fur&leh-
thoufulfuu expre&si&ns of sym fnends. RENT ed room Ina, duplex apt? Can for/only $995 down.
patty during' th ir bereavcnwnt.j STORE. 1502 NW 3rd ave. CaD OX 1-4864, 1554 NW 62nd Terr. 3
>p cial uuuuis to Range t'uo.ralliome House ot Albert AM
FR 4-4728 or MIAMI
members and pastor of agent or owner, I NORTH BEACH
ML Pleasant Haputt Cnurcxrrwmbas James A. Thomas of 2401 NW FK 1-7066. J16 WE HAVE some choice 1-bedroom 1416 N.E. 154th SL
and pastor of Greater 52nd st. died in Jackson. Hospital 1-BEDROOM APARTMENTOur apts. 2845 NW 46th st Baa
Bethel AALE Church, vwUD&lIUlWtfl"a 16. He is survived by his
July Rent le The LewtetWe 24 passe door. FR 9-3576. $395 DownNew
I
and friends. Mrs. Florence Thomas,
WJUOA. .
have the nlo t apartments
Signed, daughters and a son. Services will 41tO NW 2nd Ave. 3-BEDROOM CBS home 1400 bedroom CBS
3 and 4
&U, cora User and fimily, be conducted in the chapel at 3pjn. NW 73rd at. Call agent FH I
with burial in Lincoln. i .home in beautiful neighbor
Monday .
ROOMS. For clean oet7nished lat 4-6728. Seen by appointment
CAKu Jt HANKSWe : He will be on view la the' rooms call Smlmli aoo.- only. ladf I hood. No qualifying no

chapel from noon Sunday until i flu House, FRi8M or OX !closing cost, one mortgage
the' family of the late funeral time. I I 1-6343. 1009H NW 294 "' FOR SALE payment. (City water. Drive
}!UI) D. LAKKINS tadf
who died July 5, in Jackson lit" Mrs. Mary C. Cain, an old dti-| RESTAURANT BUSINESS and by then call us.LIBERTY.
mortal Hospital, wish to thank the zen having come from her home ROOMS. 1441 NW list street equipment 622 NW 20th st on
many friends and neighbor for in St. Elizabeth, Jamaica In 18M!Phone OX 16073. J23 the corner. CITY
. thcu cards and flowers. Special died in Uroward Memorial Has-
i thanks to the Mange Funeral pital July 18 Services will be, ROOM like a home dean cooL STRICTLY FOR MEN il $995 DownNew
Home, the Miami Housing Authority conducted Saturday July 21 at Man only 3280 NW 45th st, NX Send name and address for free 3-bedroom CBS in
and to Mrs Fred Jiuoks and 4 pjn at the Hallendale Churchof 55283LARGE on confidential product
Mr* UcthcL Christ. Dro 1L 1L Wilson offi, a Information Box 3133 West Hollywood.Fla beautiful area. No closing
Mrs Lucy Larklns, wife claUDio She 1 Is now In state In the BOOM. Call PL T-4872 no costs, small deposit will
Mrs Helen Smith daughter chapel and will remain there UDall hold. We all finance
Nieces and Nephews funeral time. She Is survived i ROOM !private home with BUSINESS LOT. Located la arrange
by a foster son, Charles Saunders cooking privilege $10 weekly. Carver Ranches buslneM eectlon. ing. Call us to see.
IN with whom she lived at 4021 SW, Mrs. Collie L. Wallace 1931 NW For further Information can OX ;;. ...;; -
MEMORIAM 26th st, W. Hollywood. 6th court. FR 4-3345. JIO CASH FOR YOUR LOT

In loving memory of our dear Luther Thomas of Indiantown, ROOM with cookinf privileges 1407.Why Rent?? -- ---
father, died July 18. Fu.nenlaen1cn will I 400 NW 22nd terr. PL l-Uo4. Pay PL 7-MS6 2S3 NW 79th St.
HENRY LEWIS REEVES be conducted July 24 at 2 p-ra Mrs ltilLFURNLg1iED We have over 100 hornet
who departed this lift July 22 in Indiantown. His survivors Include finance.
I for ..I.. Wie help you
1402.
.
his widow Ethel 2 daugh' ROOM with telephone.
The Family tens Mesdames Thelma Newsomt OX 1-1877, 1529 NW 87th Call Ford Realty,
of New York and OUie Lawrence at PL 72559. J30
IN MEMORIAM of Miami; three sons Henry j'I
James and Pretty; three sisters; Sure it's unimprovedand
In loving memory of my mother a brother: and nieces and nep' has no road
hews including Officer Nathaniel
MRS. ANNIE L. REGLUSwho Mack of the local police. FOR SALEIn You certainly donut

1959. departed this Iif. July IT, expect to buy


have No missed one knows you, how DO one much knows we Range Bewf/fuJ/ ft/cffffifflrf/ Heights this improved low, low landjU price

Michael Henley of 1281 NW
the bitter pain we've suffered
81st st, died July 9. Michael son -
since we lost Life has
you. never of Mr. and Mrs., Clarence
Henleywas THE ELITE HOME
been the same. In our heartsyour sent to I oU""Pk11OL for COLLIER COUNTY
memory lingers sweetly final rites.
tenderly, fond and true. No day
not passes think our of dear one, that we do Mrs. Eva Kelly of 1716 NW for the Parf/cvfor Buyer 2l/2 ACRES

you. 64th st. died July 15 In JacksonHospital

Sadly. Mattie missed Morgan by daughterMrs. and Bkninl. Bahamas Mrs. Kelly bad, a native lived In of All' on Tremendous Comer Lots
Husband and a host of Only $395
grand children the Miami area for 50 years. She
will be on view in the chapel beginning -
at noon July 22. The Improved THIS HOME CAN IE YOURS $10 down
IN MEMORIAMIn Pallbearers Lodge No. 3
will conduct rites in the chapel
lovllni! memory of our dear Friday at 8 pjn. She will betaken For low $27.00 Weekly $10 per month
as.
husband and father, home at 9 pm. and remain -e _
until funeral time. Services will

r Baptist be conducted' Church.in Saturday the Mt., Tabor July Look if these Houses and COMPARE 5 Acres,$695.

23 at 3 pin Rev. P. D. Brown
officiating. Burial will be In $15 down
coin. She is survived by two son,. 3-BEDROOMS $15 pe month
Benjamin and Willie Kelly, five .
II' daughters, Mesdames, Vivian Lorrra. 2 FULL BATHROOMS EACH -
Louise Kinchoen. Aremlns
Kelly Miriam Kelly, Alice Cash FREE
(with tubs) OAK FLOORS

Clarence Shepard of 1432 NW Title Insurance
69th st died at his residence GLASS SLIDING DOORS TO PATIO Free ,Warranty Deed
July 16. Chapel services will be No Interest

burial conducted In Evergreen July 22 at Cemetery.2 pm. with Mr. ENCLOSED GARAGE No Closing CostaNo

Shepard is survived taxes til paid for
er.. BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE
Thomas Ernest Edward and Wil Come in and Me us
.. lie; five sisters Mesdames Llllle or send your $10
d Butler, Barbara Marquess, Ode deposit U cot 100%
Dell. Ode LXcFadden, Ear!. HARMAR Inc.
Shepard. satisfied, within 30
1' days we shall refund
Mrs. Mary Akridge of 2016 NW MODELS your depositSUNRIDGE
71st at. died July 19 In ML Sinai

BENJAMIN BULLARD ... I, her husband Hospital. Robert.She Is survived Chapel cervices by Comer loffs Drive; I Monroe St. ACRES

who deputed this lifc on July 21, .will be conducted July! 33 927 Lincoln Road
1953. I at 430: mo. with the Rev W. T Open Sunday 2 to 6:00 p.m. ROOM 111
Gone, but not forgotten Strickland of Morris Hffl Christian -
Alice Dullard wife t Church, officiating. Final Ora Taylor Agent CE Miami Beach, JE 22481MIAMI ,
And other members of the rites will be conducted In Athens, 54246I
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.g Co..tyNewa home for a reunion with old

_

. I friends.Forty-one persons were fn' the

? IFee sirWalter party and they all took part In
id .... I the reunion" celebration. All her
time.friends reported a jolly food

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1. Sister Lucille Louis reporter
The C. W. H. Chamber of Commerce Sister liable Docile, W. U.
win meet on Monday, July 1443 NW 73rd St.
25 at the Chamber of Commerce
Building. All members are asked -
to be present. Godfrey Scavella,
president. E. K. Hardy, secretary. Advertise! It Pays!
I AI
The women of Westminster,
planning' a great Woman's Day
Baptist Church of Hollywood are HARLEM
program soon. The public is cordially e
y invited. Rev. N. Sears Clothing Center
pastor; Mrs. Harrison Stracaao,
r chairman.Mrs. I 1337 N.W. 3rd Ave.
DEACON VANDELL KOVAN LAN08TON DEAL ----I
M Cralf of
IS NOW
The New Hope Mlulonary Bap.I son, pastor of St Paul A2CE: 5578 SW 22nd st, celerrated herbirthday
tist Church located at MOO NW Church as the speaker at 7 p.m.i'I at her home Wednesday AIR CONDITIONEDFor
13tb an., wW observe ita fifth Deacon J. D. Brown and his an night July 20. with a swell par
Annual Men's Day July 31. The\ male teachers win be in chare ty. Turkey was served with an your comfort
chaIrman Deacon Vanden Doan) of the Sunday School at 930 am. the trimmings( and she received Complete line ore
and Deacon LaOcston C. beautiful I
Deal. many gifts from her
co-chairman alone with the pas: AUSTIN COOPER numerous friends and relatives. e
i tor and the entire male membership Mrs. Craig Is a wen known
hare been working tmceass ORDAINED beautician at the Eleanor's Salon Clothes and Shoes
tn.!ly to make this day a day of,I of Beauty, West Hollywood.CWH ...
DEACON For entire
all days within our community. your family
The chairmen are soliciting the I I Chamber of Commerce Officers and members of Atlantic
support nf the members of Ute; Austin Cooper, son of Mr. and will have a mass meeting Sunday Coast Chapter No. ISO OES SHOP HERE
chrrch community and dty to' Mrs. Leon Cooper of Wt Washington July 24. 3 pm. at the Chamberof sponsored an excursion to K e y
help us to make this day a day I Drive Coconut Grove was invited.Cerastrce Building All art West on June 28. A wonderful SAVE HERE
of remembrance' In the heart and ordained to the Sacred Order of time was enjoyed by all and It
mind of everyone that attend Deacons in a very impressive service Mrs. was lots of fun to Worthy Matron
The services throughout the held Saturday morning at Carrie deo. Lowe-Johnson and81Jtff' Sister stable Docile to go back I
day will be performed by the men Christ Episcopal" Church. The RL home, In West returned to their ,,- .' .,-.
of the' church with Deacon Bonn Rev, Henry Irving Louttit. Dlshcr Monday Hollywood on, -
In charge of the serfitet' at the 11 of the Diocese of South Florida weeks vacation after spending three SEE THE SOUTH'S
a.m hour and Deacon Deal la) ordained Mr. Cooper, and and visiting friends*
I relatives in LEADING COLORED
New
The
York Announcing
City,, Opening
charge at 7 pan was the chief efficient at the service New
Jersey
Lester C. Albert owner and I A capacity crowd was present aDd Philadelphia. i PSYCHIC READER
director of The TTouse of Albert I I to witness the ordination.

Funeral Parlor win be the 11 ajn.speaker. 1 The Rev, Quentin E. Prtmo Jr. Urban League MARY'SBarBQue
The Rev. If. J. ray.' of Rochester. NY. delivered the Cocktail SEA NaoA
sermon and the charge on the Party .TE
occasion. The Ven. John E. Cul ,.
met rector( of St. Ames Church SundayGreater
Greater Miami and Archdeacon" for Negro work ,
In the Diocese read the Prefaceto Mlamlans are In for a
Temple No. .
769 the ordination *well Fret on Suniav evening,
The activities' of Greater Mlami Mr Cooper was presented for .T, lv 24, when the Urban League K
Temple' No. 769 are unique la: nrdinatlon! by the Rev. TheodoreR. OulM' pre ntt !Ih fourth annual+ -e-
Its variety Tint the Fashion Gibson rector of ChristChurch "S-nef "OulM-O-Ret CnrktaH
extravaranra at Dixie Park auditorium. Rev Norman JVatter of ',rh" lit the fl...ta flub In the Let Htr ysr af ..**'!.*.. gilds
Sunday, July 24 from 4 St Stephens Church read the Litany Minr rilraheth Hotel. The bit At it's New Location .nd prefect yen tfcr" *|H* (o 6 pan which promises to be avery and Suffrages for ordination. .*ennf! entertainment' li belnsjrfrf as a (II HaMhus ....4. tk* e.\'" lea
beautiful affair. An array of Sacred 'II In IIUft at the Mass ... b. Mrs Blanche" Callowar 1034 N.W. 2nd Ave. eI."" Fee =caw la ..&.sea
besutlful fashions and coiffeurs and the administration of the HolvSacrament tart The hmr stn per at and I...
will be shown. were the Rev H. .. usl will h the Guild's Male Phone FR 1.9167 -CONSULT HI*-
Reeve( vicar Peters Octette r nd' her will get fop
On July 21, the baby contest Spt Church; DON' STAY IN THE RUT. OST
Key West the celebrant HHHnr S'enday a. the tfamoroui -
will close. Those sponsoring bay ; the Rev. on OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
hies dsha S. Clarke, vicar rh" -ru* line behind' the h'rhern
are Daughter wrote Han! of the Specialising in The Finest COD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
Irene Roberts Carol. Danish and Church" of the Incarnation: Deacon' Mickey<< MnMey and the
Pinkie Lmre. Dt Alto Screen is and the Rev Samuel Browne of u'trv singing of Frank L.'rree Barbecue and Office t4..,.

the chairman' of the contest and St. Petersburg, the Sub deacon" be fettered I Home-cooked mealsAt ..... S ....... ,
they are really working hard to w ...
tad of the n. S a b
Tern Borer
make It a successful one. Names is customary at ordinationervkes are popular prices
of babies' and prizes awarded members of Mr Cooper's ri hot mamas Bobby Msnha'l.Cathv 7p.m.wadi".
will be announced' In oar next family receded the Holy Sacrament G tn and her Intplra'lonrmuTi
r.+vort. after the same had been ads Doitald !Strachan and a OPEN ALL NIGHTWe
The climax of the activities m'nidered! to him holt of ether local stars .'", f"!ks 10 a.... I p w.
will be the cotton dress beD oa rolkwrlng the service a very ran for a big evening Sundsy deliver
Aururt 5. It win be held at the delicious r*gait was enjoyed by July 24 fawn" 6 tn 9 om with" all time. DAILYRIADINQ
newly' decorated:' beautiful Har- all piasisit ".'** the Vrk++n I, cue Guild as hostesses
-
tern" Square ballroom from 0 until The Rev Cooper is slated to be TVkets may be secured' 0You've -
Prizes win be given tor the prettiest sssirned to serve the Church of tarn Guild members and the ,t.oo UP
the TrantflffuraUnn In > chairman. Mrs Ann Lnd ev. PL tried the rf'.t. .
cotton dress. So fet your e p. L< pretty cotton dress ready and win St Andrews Church" in Hol 1-1475, Advance tickets' $1.&0. at Now try the best! tJ YMfS Exp.rlard.. C
a seize Tickets are in the bands lywood. I the door $1 75Grocery, I MADAM
of the daughters now.' Coma out _
and enjoy the fun with us. Ton / Mary's Barbecue I HUNTER
will be delighted BusinessFor
STOREFOR Popularly known as"Mom's I 1657 N.W. 73rd St

Sale Restaurant" MIAMI, FLA.D .
I Apollo Bar RENT I ...* .
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$75 per month in buss neighborhood !n
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TOMMY aDd VITA I 2688 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1-0380 all bad lurk, and evil influence. For more in-
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST
CHURCHMEN KELLY* CHAPEL
II PAGE 14 2740 N.W. nth Street
SATURDAY JULY 23 1960
Rev. R, itev. Leroy Dell, patio*
Annie Thompson Pratt,reporter acting pattot MEET IN HONOROF Chared School .....u

Sunday School Morning Worship 11:00
1:30
ST. PAUL A. M. E. ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH Morning Worship ______-_-11:00 ELDER NANCE Youth Fellowship ......._.,. too

Rev. 3JL J. 5134 NW 23rd Ave. Evening Worship ....,.,.. 7.00 Evening Worship .._... ...., tog
Mrs. Lee Cray reporter Rev. F. Ministers, Deacons and Missionaries
L. Johnson Sunday July !
Sunday School .,...,.,...r.-. 030 Mrs. Sarah Pool 'pastor GREATER NEW BETHEL of various denominations! of Kelly Chapel 1. mark the date

Morning Service ...... .. 11.00 Sunday School .....reporter WO! of South Florida will hold a All member and Horoeoominf.
Rev. W. K. r.ntODe friend
Evening Service .. 70 Smith pastor site service in honor : are In-
--- Morning 0 vited to
Worship _____ 11.DO Mrs. R. Conley, Clerk der A. C. Nana on Slturd come out and worship
P. B. Training Union 5:30: Morning Worship ..... 11:00 July 23, 8 pm. at the Church a1 01 with us la all services at the
BETHEL P. B. Training Union 530 Sunday School church. 7108 NW 11th .
BAPTIST ""0 Cod in Christ on Washington It.. a"
B. T. v.Evening 8:10 Ota Locka. Elder O. >Eason pas.
Her.Richmond Heights Bethel Apostolic TempleDoris Worship _________ 7.:oo tor. Proceeds wall go to Elder ooq
L. R.
Ross
Jean Pastor R. AJclns, Nance's church In 11o1 u'*' .
Sunday School E. Scott_reporter_ J. Lafluer, assistant pastor MT. HERMON A. M. E. Every friend of Elder Nance Is Homecoming at
930
Morning service ......._ 11.-00 Sis. T. Wallace reporter Rn. Samuel 0.,. putorSunda asked to come out and pay trib Mt. Sinai Baptist

BTU ............?..,......,.1.rr..u.iu... 530 2310 N.W. 58th Street School ........M 3 1 ute to Mrs.him. Special Gussie guests Gamble.will Include

Evening senrice .............._... 7:00 Sunday School 10:00 Morning worship ........... 11:0' W. K. Smith Ron Miller, WMH>R". The annual homecoming Day
Morning worship IMS Evening worship -_- .- -.---- t.Of Joe Walker and Rev. t. McCalLRev. ; Festlvitie of the ML Sinai Bap
Evening worship 730: Publicity Committee fist Church haft been Planned
Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist Ira McCatl trill be matter for Sunday, July !4. Beginning
402 N.W. 2nd Ave. St John'a of The Nazarene Matthew Temple AMEZ of ceremonies.' with Sunday School at ..30 ajft.
I and throughout the day, younmis
Hallandale. 1478
Florida N.W
58th
Rev. Benjamin Terrace 1(28 N.W. 5th Ave. a treat If you are not oo
Franklin Lawrence
pastor Reddtek pastor
Sunday School tt hand.
Rev. C. E. :6
Evening Service McClary. reporter Frank Bryant Associate Morning worship ,_.. ..-. ,_ 11.(' TEMPLE BAPTIST
1 pjn Sunday School _, ... .. JOOO Evening _______ The pastor Rev. S. A. Tbomac
worship _
T.
00
Sunday School ......._._ BJQ :Morning worship 11:00 : Rev. L. A. Thornpaon, pastor the official board and the
'''
Morning service ..._....... Sunday School I' O mem
II OCt; Evangelistic serviceTrrm.... ._ 3:00 bership |oin together
Evening service ..........-_ ..._ 7:00 MT. AARON BAPTIST Morning worship' >> .......-... 11M former In wekcmI
BTU ...... ..............._. 6.-00 1140 BTU 5:10 members, associates
Mt. Pleasant Methodist N.W. 1HH Ava -I and friends to enjoy a full day of
Evening worship WO
Rev. C W. Scott pastor .n. spiritual enjoyment
ST. JAMES BAPTIST 2170 Washington Street Dea. Earl Golden
clerk
The third
Opa Locka Sunday School annual observance of Dinner will be served !Immed
323 N.W. .. Sic
14th JL-LUl nnHU Men's
Rev. J. L. Johnson Street, pastor Sunday School ..._.. ... Mo: un Morning Worship rr-......... 11.00 Sunday.Day The at Temple men will will beon have, lately following the morning service
Sunday School ...... Morning worship 11 un BTU :oo as a courtesy of the mem-
-.....,. ""0 Evening 7 charge of all services. Deacon 8.
Morning Worship ..._._ 11:00 service 7J: | Evening Worship ..._.... ::OO G. Ferguson, chairman, and Bra. bership.
B. T. U. ... Praper meeting Tuesday 8.-00
? ? 530: MT. Charles' Ambrose co-dMlrma You'll enjoy the specially
Evening! Worship ._ 7:30 SINAI BAPTIST ST. are railing: on all captain ssd planned "Homecoming Program"
D. B.. reporter JAMES A. M. E. every man to be present Saturday at 9 pm. following dinner so fol

Church of Transfiguration Rev F. A. Thomas, pastor Rev. It McNeal HarrU. pastor at 8 pm.. to make final arrangements low the crowd to ML Sinai and

Sunday School ..........., .,,. tj:* Mrs. Sadie F." Dean reporter for the day. enjoy the Christian Fellowship

(Episcopal) I Morning worship ....-.._......,. HM: t Sunday School ............. 830 Dinner will that you'll Jon.I .
be served
2571 N.W. 152nd Terr. Evening worship -.. ...... jjo( Morning Worship H:0fl church on th* I
Ven. John E. Culaaer Evening Worship .......r.t: : ground Saturday from I
priest In charge Zion Hope M. BaptistRev pm. until The proceeds wfll assist --
the men In the drive. Friendsare "
Stanley Sweeting ST.
FRANCIS
reporter Paul XAVIER Invited I"Jy eve Slzzllftfl trash sal
Services Freeman pastor I to give a helping
every Sunday
Morning Worhlp .. _...... 1:30:: !1710 N.W. 69th St and 17th Ave. H W 4th Ave and 16th Terr' hand and to worsrip at Templeon Cteepa

Sunday School ._... ICUO Sunday School! 930 Phone FR -1424 Sunday. Th....'. always something
Morning Service MASSES
Overcoming of the RTU 11:00 Oilly .. .. .. H...._ 1 a.m The Ment Chorus under the Coolcln at
Nazarene IGO: direction of C
Ambrose
and H.
Sunday 7 .
Evening Service '" a m & 8JO sin UniveraitvAvevetv Cafe
1:00 Hepburn
will
12101 S W 219th Rt render vrasle.
GouMs. Fla. nruesdsv night) WALKER TEMPLE and Willis Mae Cesar
uwr.r\'e Rf'dcfC'k.' .rsarietar
pastor
Sunday School ._..... ..._ .. 1006 NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST (Church of Cod In Christ)
Morning worship ........... ... 1IOC R.v W M Mason, 1789 N.W 69th Terr. Ushers Notice We Ipealallsa. ta Tasty feadf

Evangelistic Service ............ ft:0CI of. anA Mary' Whiter.pastor Minister S. Mcintyre, reporter 5801 N.W.
I Frl-Prayer reporter Elder J. J AH officers and member of the 22nd Ave
and BU,V .. $00w C"MlY School ... ....... James pastor
_
".t"w tng 40 Sunday School .. ... ... 10:00 Junior and senior' ushers onionaasocistton WE 4-8110
worship>> -..........
ATt1 ..-.........__ 11.flrenlnr r10 Noon Service .._ ..___ 12OCI are urged to be present
NEW HOPE P.B. CHURCH ltl: VPWW .._.. ._._.__. t''ta at our monthly program" BuDd. -
wnr>hhTRINITY .. .
> _
Rev. H. C. 7:00 Eveaing Service -..._...... ano .,, July 24. S p-m. aharp. The
Mrs. Evelyn SamtJtls. parto*. Vrogrsm will be sponsored between
Granger reporter HOLY Friendship Baptist Church
Sunday WESLEYAN REDEEMER
School
_._ BARGAIN IN
1 JQ wntor usher board and New Kt
Morning service .. ... 11:00 gee Ofl't'lN"' F. Baptism by Appointment Mortar
BTU .--..............?..._ 5:3.:: 'I,. Ph", ,,nit, Andres Johnwn, repner peat nr rnf<>rTnitJon Class 1 pm In usher board.Baptist The iJfogram Church will junior bernonsortd LADIESSHOES

Evening worship ..._.?._.. 1:3:: :'iMtav .hiv4 l-ft p Mass 7 and 10 (Sundays) at Friendship" Baptist

ALLEN 'evWT11nw' Wne.Mn, .. 11. ? ovens 7:30 (Wed night' ) Church on NW 6th ave. and 14th
CHAPEL A. M. E. "'''nl' Tenri. '''w.. 1I1Wt School. All! are Invited st Thanking you In advance for

Rev. R. It John.na. pastor Church of The Opencr Door Everyone .is welcome at Holy your cooperation. CANCELLATIONSAND

Sunday doe School Sweating.. .... .reporter -r--.ttc--\ BETHANY BAPTIST Tics David Hudson, Free.
.. .
_._ 1:30 Rer W C ",.nnw.n Rev. C J. Burney pastor
Morninr Worship ....._ A r naatrX J078 SECONDS
A. C. E. Learu 11:00 MVe.l .tM +r. N.W 45th St Mrs. T. L. Ellison, reporter
Rev.
.. a-oo Rudy ICeaton, putell'MarJort.
Eveninr Worship ..._ 7:00 ST. ANN'S EPISCOPALFr Shelby reporter 561 N.W. 29th St.

Sunday School -. .. .. 30 Advertise!
NEW HOPE E. R Clurlre Jr. Priest Morning worship _. .. ..... 1IftC1: It Pays!
BAPTIST TTsllandsVirr nro ......-....... .. ...... ....... 1:30
R,... James E Brawn. pastor c'm' eeh.dule begin July S Kvenlnworshtp ..._._.. 1:00:
Dro. Vandell Boran, )fa" and 5>rmon 7 .
reporter
Sunday fVhool ..... .-."...._ :30 rhuM, Sc Aoo1 ......_' _.._.._ tCt.m I MT. ZION A. M. E. Summer Reconditioned TV SALE
Morning' Worship .. F.wftlf'ln' ... ..... .._ .. -
'_''. J 1:00 _._.._ '100 52nd Ave.. 12 14 17 21 and
Evening Worship .. ....._ 7:05 / Opa Corner Locka 152nd St 24 Inch Screens

ANTIOCH ST. LUKE BAPTIST !JT. C J Jenkins pastor Come in and check our low price

BAPTIST sundsr Shoo) .._......., .,...... 40
Rv O. W a.v P W WtHlams. t Morning Worship .. .
Foster pastor nitorPenrlre -- ... u.-oo: SOOTIN'S TV
A t. fnbnwtn reporter Mrs n.,,,e.M 0rv.n.' rpnrter f League ......._,..,,_ IcOI

Sunday School -.... .. ., t41 'nli.v R444t1 .... ........... IW 5 Evening Worship ..._ _,.._ 100 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
Morning Service --. 4rnrntnr ....... .......... 110M
BTU -....-..._...... _. .,11:00 1:30 n-ru .... .... .. ... 53,. MARTIN MEMORIAL AMF I I,14

Evening Worship ?......,,.., 700 lwenlnr' Wnf"4l"'n ... 'oM ,,,,..,-,,, Tldrgt. .I

THE nt,TV.rv.4 fourth tmdl". July 14. Is R.Wilma... L ".rrt.. reporter Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted
INCARNATION at Men's IMv at S t. R. Brown. p..t.rACE
Y.1l1u- nantl Crrrch The morn- eunds, ci hnn) ........-..-.._. 810 Guaranteed .n....... .. ."........ .....u. $4.75 l

IMS NSW 4th Tj tot nnr meeker: n-Ht be Rev W F "" -Learw'. wr' ,..hlp' ....._...._ 11'nt' Your Portralt-onl ....m_........,. $1.00
fit patter of St Marr*. Bat _.__,, _,, 5:00 ClAn
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Father E & Clarke Jr.. vicar '-It..!-. Church. of Cora O.b1ft..ntn. The Eveningrorshlp ...__._. 7-31 Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio .
The service at th. church mf'a1cf'1"! will be RevThl' Guaranteed Watchea '...._... from $6.95

hare ing scheduler been changed' to the follow tfy ntMMf"!IIr Jltrt-ran!":"? 11t the+ne for the TRINITY C. M. E. DAVID JEWELERS 4

-", ,,,,,.,,, AnHams. Thtn ay Ml !If
Sung Mass -..-*.- 8/5 Mtrlef W'tn S'renrtrien. W 5th Court 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 41522ENRO'LL
ajurch School ......_......._ 10:00 Me" 1)eaern WITTIam' Ooinrt' W V Gesry. minister ,
Jr. ETC Meeting a....., ....,. 8:30 f'nnal chafrmsn.' Rev P. W. WT1-ntr. hurrh Sthnnl .. ... 8-31
Sr. ETC Meeting _'_ eoo actor! Mornfne' WftT"lhl"! .... ._... 11.00

Evensong ..... __.,........_... '1:00 M1.nlne .".-.ht' .. ... .. .. 'oft( \;'
NEW BETHFt BAPTIST NOW IN
New MORNINC STAR
Testament BAPTIST
Nazarene
1571 N W Beth Terr SUNLIGHT
Sunday School .. 10:00 Rev F-nf Wfinanw. pastor "14 VW "rrf Street BEAUTY SCHOOLFor

Morning worship .. .. .... .. 11:08 J W Brown reporter ,Rnr f Clarlmt. pastor
Evangelistic' Service _. ........ frnfl eIrnd.v (41w 1 .........._._. MA'c'T e ciMav St tfer StdfEllis.. reporter" a Life Long Profession
IMS N.W lt Court 'nw '" ...__.._ JI'HA School _..._.,..,,. Mil
Lawrence Reddick. pastor .. ... .. .. .............._... 53: A WrIT UnrntnX _senrlce. ..... .,. 1I4C Florida's Oldest R.liabl. and Complete School
Maretla Rf'd"I' <<'late rentnr ww.4ttr ..... .. 'M sai::
h.ntae a.rvte. .-._ ......_ .. 730:' 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenu FR 4-9998

GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. CORINTH BAPTIST ,

Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor a.. W.r Tt"w", .. Electrical Repairs .
Mrs. nellfnr
Jenett Faison. reporter 14d' VW Stoves ,
!"Ottt 4
Sunday School -....._. 30 Po,." .. OTAdvertise .t Edison Center Paint Headquarterst t
g Morning Worship _.. ii oo .,..,, .. !C. hmr, I-A4OS A Small Appliance
: .. ._.......... ... .,.
Evenlnjr Worship _. __.. 7.00 "...,... ......", ... lime Outdoor Lighting WE ALSO CONTRACT
'v,...... ."to PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF
HOMES
ill'nA Hi-FI
"
METROPOLITAN and
0 Stereophonic
AME nwrvA,i ne"_ Licensed and Insured

Rev J. J. Williams pastor ""xn. 'M hear a rrm 1 r+resei'ee Speakers Installed Ctfora. Mined. Free Free Estimation and Ca *ulutl.

undav School ..... Wflwr GEORGE INCRAHAM Florida Paint Co., Inc. n

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I Our This Week .1 I SATURDAY, JULY-,,23, 1960 PAGE 15
"SLOW MIX" PLAN 1-- -- -
be ft'Prf'Smted-then' '
The Delaware board of educatlcn's the pupils
Philadelphia The U S. Circuit plan went' were 42 originally would ever
grade-a-year,,
AN ANP FEATURE Court of Appeals today Into effect last September with, be Integrated' since all were abortthe
General Sherman MIAMI ELKS struck down Delaware's grade-a- the approval of U. S. District I first grade level when the
July 17. IBM school desegregation plan .
fTtct.Don't
march to year Judge Paul Leahy. plan went into
launches famous
and ordered full Integration of
the sea which broke the PLAN BIG the state's public schools to begin Chief Judge John Biggs Jr. I
Confederacy cp4nlen' fat Double Cross
back of the In the fall of 1981 writing the majority
during Civil War. the 3-Judre court said Leahy's 1
the
for
The court
apcrelate
CELEBRATIONA decision did not conform to rulings : By WILLIAM HENRY HUFF
directed that
Negroeslegallydeclared Third Circuit also
18 1868 Circuit Court or the
July of the
students who had attacked -
20
American citltena Negro decision I had a pal
celebration Is being Court. Today's
big
the gradual desegregationplan Supreme
southern Who had a gal
In a number of for Elks Day Sunday.July 2-1 vote
planned shculd be admitted to Delaware was by a Who was In love with me;
states. 31 by Elk Lodges of schools fall. Last year 20 Negro pupils were
public the}
I liked gal
July 19 1875 Alice Ruth Dun- BPOCW. AU lodges and temples The court upheld. an appeal by admitted to first grade classes This InDelaware's Wu sweet,my as one could be.
Miami district have combined school system. I
In the
sodolofljt Del., I
Wilmington
bar Nelson Louis Redding. down I, But double cross
struck
widow of notedpoet forces to make this the who fall under the plan
author and attorney for the children reached thesecond I I Is not the sauce
Paul Lawrence Dun- freatest ever held In our sectionof contended segregation of the racesIs Negroes would hare That relishes my dish
bar Nelson sociologist, the community.' Nothing win illegal and that the plan grade. Dy 1972 Ntlf'Of'liwoutd all 12 II I told the gal
undcae to make this the I not have been seated in
be left : total Integration by 1972 did To stick to pal
I I
July 20 1802 Alexander Dunn greatest ofthe and to the' comply with a U S. Supreri' rrades. that none of, That only was my wish
Negro of contended
*, famous French dedication principles Court ruling. Redding
author and playwright which this great order stands for.I I
born. Atlas Lodge 3M. Harold Hlggs,'
exalted ruler; Greater Miami
July 21. 1861 First Battle of Lodre 1113. James learn exalted
Bull Run significant victory ruler: Antlers Temple Dt. Clau SUPPER CLUB
JOHN
SIR
during
far Confederacy dia Solomon. Dt ruler Greater
Civil War fought Miami Temple, Dt Marion Mul-

July %2. 1847 Quinn Chapel drow. Dt ruler: will have every' I''
AME church one of oldestIn member of their lodges and'temples BEAT
Chicago founded. out to show the strength KNIGHT
of this treat organization In ourcommunity.
July 29. 1891 HaUle Selassie .
Emperlor of Ethiopia and A giant parade Is planned with 2nd & 3rd Ave.
'I 6th St. between
of Inn N.W.
one of great personalities Masons, Odd Fellows and
contemporary Africa born and Charity members In line of
march leaving 18th ave and 8S1h! Not a Nite Club-But a Colorful Dining Room

"- *t at 2 tUft. You cannot mid
;mitt! thl most colorful parade! Relish Dish Juice Fruit Cocktail Soup
the uniform ranks of the
with
rationally famous Ida Register Tossed Green Salad. French or Garlic Dressing

Tam Club of the Elks also a YOU
'I' short and spicy program will be FROM OUR CHARCOAL BROILER TO
rendered for your enjoymentafter
II the parade, a cocktail hour "".r fur friends who are watching the calorie?* $1.95 1

from the house.8 to 9 pin with cocktails' on ONE-HALF CHARCOAL BROILED CHICKEN .....................

Liberty Is*ge No 10S2 Claude

Kcle." exalted No 724.ruler.Mae LibertyTemple Wood "Everyb CHARCOAL'dya Fayrtt.-BROILED GROUND SIRLOIN STEAK ............... 1,95 1

Tucker Dt ruler. will be host to
this nand affair. and the general" Ter the man-elxe, appetite, try m." 3t 95
public Is cordially invited to at* CHARCOAL BROILED CHOICE T-BONE STEAK ...................
tend For revnratkn to cocktail
and dance contact F3k DayCom'nittee I will! d,"
narty "If the above Is net for yea maybe 3 50
Committee phone; OX 1-9926 CHARCOAL BROILED CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAK ...............-.. t

Albert George Bellamy Smith .The T.Do". la dellcleu' the tlrleln excellent, but I am tepa" 2 t9 5

Israel Mexlnneyti'athan CHARCOAL BROILED FILET MIGNON .. .....

crone Trspp Roberts Tha rot goes but I stay Just for ,.u- 2 25

L David TuckerChristopher CENTER-CUT PORK CHOPS with Apple Sauce ......?...............
bs Boone
Master Social Seton "Mary had a little lamb what about your 2 95

WHAT' THIS T t I THICK SPRING LAMB CHOPS with Mint Jelly .......
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ZOO GETS 15,00'0ELEPHANTS I An EGYPTIAN adventure In SIIISH eating"KEBAB ..................................................... 2,50
Caftdidate for Mr. Miami BodyBuilding Middle East
la
Contttt I Tenderloin Beef A Pork on a Sword Spiced a

The Opa Locks Civic Club and Crandon Park Zoo win get\I FILET MIGNON EN BROCHETTE ........................... ... 2,95'

the James E Scott Hanes Community IS nno elephants that this yeahWhat's j Green Peppers, Onions, Mushroom Caps
Ills
a
Club are presenting
Body<< Beautiful and a Mr. Bod;, Ye, the rort ha ordered more SEAFOOD SPECIALS
Same thin 15.000 brtrht yellow plastic FRESH
Building Contest pro/ran elephant-shaped. kf'Ythkh will' : Sauce ....
other attractions plus locredlbl n"ul1r FRIED JUMBO SHRIMP with Tartar 2,25
strength feats This event wU activate the new -! FANTAIL

the tate Jam place. E.July Scott 27 Homes at 8 pjn.Bid,at.. Ing'rwtalled ZM slow The at brtoki"keys the Crandon sell for children fAr JO Park cent now I I LARGE FRIED OYSTERS with Tartar Sauce ........ .... ....... 2,50

7M8 NW 22ad ace

IM8dL T. enroll or fee call Zeak.MU 1-3M7.199S N7 as and the can. purchaser be reused' desires as many t> listen times 1 FLORIDA'S OWN BROILED RED SNAPPER ...., .. .lie.......... 1.95
ft to the story ef the animals along I
with authentic unle sounds '
television and I all: got ,"
PODO famous them
Practical Nursing Disneyland, ek* m Is In town thlt I COMBINATION"A chance to try SEAFOOD PLATE ...-....... ..-....... ............ 2.95
week to publicize. the opening of
Practical 1 nursing has becom the famou storybooks at the too
one i.f the popular cccupationirecently He will make a personal appearance Potatoes Choice of one Garden Fresh Vef.
: It not only offers Inter : at the zoo at 2 pjnv Tuesday Baked or French Fried
eeling and valuable training bu I July 19. and aroear on radio Milk Ice Cream Pie Pudding
there are unlimited Jobs available and television after that Coffee Tea
and many employment pew- The 20 storybooks, which are I Own Daily Special Dessert
sfeilities in the nursing nek shaped like real books, have tape Our
Practical nurses are employed In and equipment that plays back Freshly Squeezed Orange Juice .20
aespitaU. njrsmg; homes, doctor. *. a story rf; the animal on which Chilled Tomato Juice .20
offices, and private homes. cage it is placed It also record"( Florida Fruit Cocktail .25
The next class will open I lD the voices of the annals belni
September for new practfciNursing wen The keys are elephant shaped .
students. For further Inkvivaatuo and the trunk Is the than FROM OUR RAW BAR. .
call PL 4-5431. which U (inserted in the book'fie .65 Clams In the Half Shell .65
rest t. pure zoo enjoymentThe Fresh Shrimp Cocktail
Grander Park zoo is on* Oysters on Shell .85
of several' modern trios' in the U
4 M S. to utiHze the keys for men ,
enjoyment by children visiting them SIDE ORDERS .
ire zoo area, .35 Salad .35
Grilled Onions
I, French Fried Onion Rings .40

French Fried Potatoes .25
.35
BRAND NEW I French Onion Soup Au Gratin

Lovely :bedroom 2 bath ---

and garage oak floors tile I I $1.65 J/ Fried Chicken $1.65
roof builoin electric kitchen!\ Sirloin Steak $1.65 Six Jumbo Shrimp

I I Fried Potatoes French Fried Potatoes
Straighten your hairat 1354 N.W. 59th St.I Hashed Brown PotatoesToeaed ftalad French Co,. Slaw C.,. Slaw

HOME In one Open '.1 p.m. JC .1140 Relic Green and Butter Rolls'" and Butter I' Rolls and Butter

easy application I We Build No Money Coffee or Tea Coffee Coffee

Now jro. can U9. ssayto. Down ,
........ ea..q. -.t,1e.l.ht
brie u..& .a't v Ucktmmld .... Isbaua.
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.; stss.r.Ley-IoZ .. Corner lot 110x110 FREE birthday cake with a party of four or more
tallow line loa., ..ajrbckfiwraatM Good for 4 units I Clubs Church Organization are Most Welcome
....., p.clan. $3,000 Banquets, ,
colorful late spot.. ...
a.m.-Miami' most *
SILKY STRATE 8 til 7
Cash paId for Iota or homes Open p.m.
OUNTLX,XXGULA*.,*.uu1 Closed on MondaysPast
Itt TWO OUMCC JAI SEYMOUR BARON
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA SPORTS fLLUSTRATED3AY3..... .

: PACE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1960 Chow, Chow

t .. Negro Players Key to Puppies A.K.C.

r Excellent watch doc and pet

TiiTISartdTHAW .. Nafl) league Superiority All colors-$50 and up

AN-LU CHOW KENNEL
NEW YORK Tne extent: ct
.- the growing weakness of the Uaybe it to because American:: 5158 N.W. 32nd Ave.
American League was revealed la La rue club owners were slog !ayielding
last west's.tW'O All-Star fames to the chanting times. In
By RUTH M. POLITE says the July 23th issue of Sports' any case, the Negro ballplayerhas
made the National League a
Illustrated The magazine catesthe
wvvvvwvu-------------------------..-...-...------------. .. National alone in Its claim to better league" KWIK MONEYCONSOLIDATE
being Me league and points to the
RUTS. Take care which nil "Creat white llvisd in New York: Negro players u the crux of National The American League's IDnnleMlaoso. YOUR
you choose; you will be In it for City They wi t relatives tn League strength. Vic Power ElI_ How
the next 23 miles." A traTeUa Washington before returning to ard and Al Idnith'ae good the BILLS
once saw. that sign at at a cross Miami late in August "While the American League article says" but they cannot cor $1000 $18 mo.
road in Canada when the trosl has weakened' writer Walter pare with the National's Henry
$2000 k5
$
was breaking up. It prorides asexcellent Blnghatn! states.. the National Aaron Willie Mays, aM Ere mo.
Illustration for the only BIRTHDAY GREETINGS:: Wfl- League thanks to a steady Influx Banks baseball's top hitters or $3000 $35 mo.
theory of free-win which 11 liam J. Stirrup, Carol Danlse of talented Negro ban players with Frank Bobtnson, Orlando
seems possible to hold. We know Old Lawrence F. Brown, Michael has bmnofed. The National Cepeda Vada Plason Roberto Miami Mm\\ Mortgage
that our wills are not entirely D. R ne. Ruth Rocers. Eucenla has four times u many Negroesas Clemente and Bm White. Ztjt
free to make any choice at crery James P MfthA Arthur the American has and certainly significant Sports XUustrate! Licensed A ......<
point but to believe that everything 1M Irene Dukes, Mart1JI. all the outstanding ones. Perhaps thinks that in the seven Inning Rom N.. 7Jt r
is absolutely determined Vivian Jameto this II because Jackie Rob of the New York Auk iR
makes nonsense' of all that we l'J mottle A. Pucha1 h.. abd n.-+ Inson the first Nerro big leaguer[,Game the National Leagae fielded SOLOS DG.
value In human life. However CloIbT. played in the National League.|six Negroes at... time. 3.544&L
.t points aloof the road of life ._ .
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make and those choices: will determine I--------------------
Ave for a certain
period sometimes our fcrerer. Examine t Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
the ruts we may be in. no
matter how shallow and look A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
wher* they feed 1\s.a.d is he
. who II often forced out of a rut .
which reminds me of the story of T .. t V
a frog who was caught in a deep ...
rut in a road and in spit of the .
help of his friends he could not H .
get out They finally left him
there in despair. The next des c .
one of his friends saw him chip-
pier u you please and DO lancer
in the rut.
What are you doing hen,"
the friend asked. "I thought you
could not get out. r

1 couldnV the trot noUe4.
_.
road
the
track came akc
Dut a --;
and I bad to.cRAL." -

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AL of t b e
CONFERENCE:
Methodist Church assigned three This Gorgeous Home Can Be Your

Bishops to posts for the next tour
I SEE THIS MODEL HOME AT N.W. 18TH AVE. &: N. W. ,155TH ST.,
Harris president
Dr.of M.philander Lafayette Smith CoDefe OPA LOCKA BEAUTY!! ON THE WATERFRONT. CARPORTE, REAR

was at Little appointed fact Bishop Ark. of since the 1938 Atlantic SCREENED FLORIDA ROOM, 3 LARGE BEDROOMS, OVEN AND

Coast Area with headquarters RANGE, UTILITY ROOM, OVER SIZED LIVING ROOM, SEPARATE
. Atlanta. He succeeds
Dtl.bop J.at W E. Bowen who DINING ROOM. ALL MODERN BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM. .
reached the mandatory retirement
ate of TO. $995 DOWNCUSTOM
The' Re*. Noah W. Moore orT
cUeY Temple tn Tfcfladelphia.ws .
named to succeed Bishop ,
WWII J. King. retiring bead of BUILT
the New Orleans Area. LIBERTY CITY r Opa Locka, new bedVoom CBS

Rev. Charles T. Golden staflmember 3-B drooms 2 Baths
of the DhrWon ofj National New 3-bedroom CBS. Shower homes. Now starting to build.
Missions in Philadelphia.ws ONLY DOWN
assigned to the Nashville $495 doors, blinds, separate utility Pick your lot, put up deposit.

Episcopal Area.AMRJcAN Sparkling new CBS homes. A room. Close to schools, buses. $795 down $88 month
ASSOCIATION of
UNTVERSmr WOMEN T h e few left. See Sunday.. ONLY $995 DOWN See model
tea Sunday
a
local chapter cave
the home of Mrs. 1523 N.E. 152nd St.
at
July 17
Agnes Crabtree In the Coral See 1830 N.W. 70th St. 1730 N.W. 154th St
Gables area which honored Miss
Made Louise Uhr International f'
fellowship winner from Sydney.Australia .
Miss Uhr stopped over
for a few hours enroute to the CARVER RANCHES
University of Colorado where abe 2.BEDROOM CBS HOME .. 2-BEDROOM CBS CORNER
win explore extensively the area Bedroom New CBS home. 1
of lukemla treatments.' ONLY DOWN Orchard Villa area. Priced low.
Honored also were new members. $1,495
mortgage.
0 Mb Marie Roberta M.*- Good buy.
dames Then Crowder. MamieWilliams. ONLY DOWN Tile roof, closed garage Florida ,
Irene Strauchter. Gus- $395
.. Dobbs Ruth McDowell room, quiet area. 6H% mort ONLY $995 DOWN
Dorothy Edwards Maude Raid $69 Month. No closing costs
and Bath N. Polite.PBOFLE. gage. No cloamg coats. Beauty.See .
City water school
See 2420 S.W. 48th Ave. -
Retnrninf home after 11.1!
a pleasant vacation ta the city
eve Mrs. WTLUE POLLARD ..
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t Aden of Jacksonville and Miss J
Bl>TTY JEAN ROGERS from
Darien Oa. Both ladles visitedare ONLY $395 DOWN 2.bedroom CBS. Near NW 12th LIBERTY CITY
dose relatives of the Edwin
Racers in the Ops Locks are*. Cute home for Ave.. No closing costs. City water 2-bedroom. Close to schools
couple
Miss Borers will eater Ft Valley
State Collece second summer school, buses. buses.
school session. The Rev, Father See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave.
NBLSON FINDER and his fatally $1,295 down $495 Down
spent part of his vacation her One mortgage $60 month
and attended the ordination of' See for
us keys Why Pay Rent?
Rev. Mr. Austin Rellins Cooper No closing costs
t at Christ Episcopal Church Sat-
urdav July 1< Little SHERYL
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JANE LEWIS Is visiting her aunt -
and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. "Bffly"HOI. SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET
1437 Seventh are. apt. 14,
New York City. Her mother. Mrs.
,i Major Lewis (Jane) wfll Join her,
daughter Just as soon u she is' FAIR REALTY PL 71645We
released from the care of her
doctor JIMMY LUCAS is

His hospitalized wife left in last Now week York to be aty.at are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including SundaysList

his bedside Mrs. H. E. aReevea. lots with for cash sale.
Mrs. CLARICE 'LITTLES." your us quick Beat prices paidr'

her daughter, and Mist KATE
COOPER her niece are ojori&Stbe ;
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