The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00225
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 30, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00225

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I Kidnapped Baby Suffocates I

I Shriners -Fight to Bring- Court Test WITH CHARGED GIRL FRIEND MURDERA

young woman who told
-- -- Mrtro pike: that she accidentally
The battle last Thursday between -[ suffocated a baby after taking r

two Kazah Temple Shrin- from the. home of her boyfriendIn
ers and a group of William V. Witness Jailed for 81 a fit of jealousy, has been

Banks' International charred with first degree murder.
Maser will
M) ,
Jeanette Williams 20. of 74!
no doubt lead to a must test to\) !RW" ftM tve., South Miami Lt

bring a showdown in Florida to Sue Jack Tuckfield said confessed
against the controversial Masonic Days County that she took Harry E. Banks Jr.

rder. : Ift-monlh-oki, son of Harry aM
Ke + R Mite' Banks from his parents
The International Masons have "1> seems that when you try! ask me anything." I 1 h'me, 5892 SW 17th st. Saturday
been called a clandestine group to ab.de by the law and d) your, The state attorney's office! night'
and have been the object of numerous duty you must end up getting t pukemen are reported' t> say I The officer reported' that theg5'
court flghta throughout theo into irnu*>>-" said M-year-old that Fletcher was jailed because], told. him that the chile
untry ZaUott Lee Fletcher of 2993 NW he failed to appear at the murder -'' started erring when she had gone
Slat at. when M..... released trial. In April. Fletcher sld a block, She put her hand over Us.
On April II. 1M9.! In the Superior frrenail n Tuesday after' no one told him to appear at the mouth and It IU tt-nWd. She leftit
Court of Cetoqultt County apendinf 81 days without chart teal and that he had already behind an apartment' house.
Georgia the Prince Hall Grand Fletcher (is conferring with attorney tokl his st r'to the police and I She was angry with Bantta because ..
Lodge of Georgia recovered' a over a suit against the the judge at the preliminary ; he -ditched1 her and wet*
04 judgement against the International county' and everyone .,.ft"if'tu" hearing. > nut with his wife, she toM poIke. -
F and A. M. Masons and has an excellent chance of win- "After 1 had been in the eel .
county. ,I The c urts have offered to pay rally told me that I could fed I hear the case.
'rte him $243 at the witness rate of *3per out on $1.500 b"nd but I CO'JIdI!
They were enjoined from using day but he ha been advised not afford It," said Fletcher. ,|
the name. ftrtn" wearing or using not to acrefrt It beeauae It wtl') On advice of one of his jailers Ace of Dade public defender
Patirla Ann Jones Is a bright the badge,
inslgnias or enblema nullify bee law wit. lat week, Fletcher wrote a n tot and Fletcher" was released Tttee-.
and cheerful lUe! girl who is of the
plaintiff and from paradingor )
Circuit Judge Ray Pearson I
slowly losing her eyesight. Inn Novetnbeer 15. Fletcher >
She lives with her guardian! under holding their name.any other meetinj heard a fun shot near his home. asking why ha was to Jail. The) .1Te murder trial is still pend
judge passed' the note to the of- ing.
Mrs. Bertha Andersen at 2220 When he ran out he saw Margie t

Rutland St. in Opa Lock. PRINCE HALL MASONS Martin. 341. of 6300 NW 22nd aft. I.,
standing < nrbe body of her
An eye oreratkra if done soon NOT IN FIGHT
common-law husband with a
can cave Patricia's eyesight. But E. F. Aldrich Territorial shotgun In her hands. He called Falls 2nd
the operation will cost $>00 and Baby from
Grand Master of the State of the- police and the woman war
Pat just cant aff rd to have the
arreted. Later
she bound
Job done. n-f1d.. gave the Time this was '
clarification: over to Criminal Curt on achance
A group of men at New Hope of murder mainly on
Baptist Church in Liberty City I The members of Kazah Temple! the" strength of Fletcher's evldence 1- Floor Apartment
heard about the little dimpled 149 were referred to In our last
girl's plight and have set about to Issue as Prince Hall Masons Theyare After. her trial was art for
raise the $460 to see that Pat not members of the Most Aiprll. she WM released on $2.50( A one-year-old boy suffered- a
gets the rperatlon. Worshipful Prince Hall Grand bondOn I brain concussion Tuesday ',wbe
It you would like to help con- I. dge nt the State of Florida nor May 7. a Saturday night he feN from the second floor of
tact Rev.' J E. Drown or Deacon the United' Supreme' Council but these tw policemen I came and an apartment where be lives at
Vandell Bovan at the church. are operating under the affiliation took me" to Jail" said Fletcher 125 S Dixie Ifwy.
st+**> NW 15th tve. of the Prince Hall Masons. They \locked me up and didn't I Coral! Gables police said the

boy. Edward Tyler, goo of Mrs
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Dorothy Tyler, apparently push
Y ,_ ri out an Iron railing that bordered
the porch cutside the) ap'<
NAACP Officials Refuseto t, -
end fell. some 10 feet to a coacrrle -

I : walklie
was rushed to Jackson Mer:3) -
: ) itaapital. where his condition
Give Up Name ListRevs. was (bated as critical

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Gibson and
Defy r RIOTSSeven

City Worker Crushed Court Rev'OrderThe Theodore R Gibson! Africans were reported

; president f the Dade County fc ;'cd and 16 Injured tour of
i chapter of the NAACP and the them ahol dead by police at Bula-

Rev Edward T Graham, formerly wayo, Southern Rhodesia oa
official! of the Tuwniay aJ mobs of native **. I
to Death Truck i' an organization,
by refused to answer question at a pnrtedly rampaged throtajh aaeUve
hearing held. under a Circuit Dan Johna n. popular supervisor settlements for the w rdl :
Court of Virginia Key Beach received day
Rc bert Perry. 5*. of 173 NW, Wednesday.rder at Tallahassee on his 15-year service pin Unconfirmed report said fee*

2nd are. a city -wuste collector CHARLOTTE Judge W. May Walker had ordered from the Dade County Park Department one European wms kUW.I .
This .is the first time ID t*
died on Tuesday from injuries' that the membership Uvt this month. I
sustained when he was crushed, PUBLIC POOLINTEGRATES of the NAACP be presented at Dan started with the county as I years that Africans In Stintbem
J Rhodesia been
have ever'
gaaween tare waste collection the hearing, Father Gibson at>- custodian of the beach in 1945 s
a racial conflict ,
t( peered -without It, and told the and vcrkcd his (way up to the
truck and a utMMy pole. Charlotte NXT Three Negro committee that testifying from top position.Johastn The tr able started whan 7.00C

His death brought the murder I firls were admitted' to a previously the membership records was the and his wife, Carolynlive Africans gathered on a tuuHWT
rf traffic fatalities in Dade up'to' aH-white public swim-i I same. u tttrn'ng them over to the in an attractive cottage on field and refused to return tcwork -
t committee for Investigation the beach front.. They have until three arrested Nation-
84 thi year The total was 78, ming pool here Wednesday a freedDreaklnt
foe the same period Ut year. i marking the first such integration I j He stated that he doubted teenage coo and daughter in col- abet I Party leaders into were theyr .
in North Carolina. i "that the Perry apparently Jumped on the| The girls were admitted to the' Interested !In any activity" other arced. the aeUkment bent oeilooting.

side of the truck oa Monday U, city-o>wB 'd Revolution Park pool than to hamper the nrtanheatUm's NORFOLK LUNCH armed White and He
it moved 11'.1, on lot ave near They swam for about 45 minutes flit against segregation.The Heavily
NW 6nd'., pohce said He in one end of the pool away committee was appointed' COUNTERS tive troops guarded the Europe-
section( where 45.000 Jltten
shouted and Ml from the truck'I' from a number of white swimmers to investigate alleged Communist .fl
whites waited behind Ift 4e4 ea
as it brushed near that pole, they There were n> Inddcnu.I )nmtr,'km into the local INTEGRATE
reported. I I NAACP branch. Mark Hawes barredgod
QUIETLY launched *
I police
o-mmUVe' attorney said he
Grand Indicts
Jury houM-t -hOUM search in the
Suffenag horn a smashed hip!)
would We for .
contempt of oart.on
NORFOLK. Va, Quietly and African and
and internal injuries Perry was section the government
3 in
taken to Jaeka M ra rtl Hospital -! Jap without announcement lunch, ordered a nation-wide eaOl
for ....Iea. treatment He MurderThree a charge" .f first degree r ur- counters in three variety stores for white reserve trace.
d'.cd! Tuaday at 930: jun. t j derThev have been opened' to Negroes ,
ti i er-convicU Cleo Or- are accused! "f shooting The downtown lunch countersat '
The dty superinUadent ofi aate, 23. Herman Williams. 27. Howard H Kflbay* M. 64. Hawaii Grant*. WooWorth's and were served at the counters Saturday
waste coflctioo said his workers I and Freddie Bernard LawrenceJr. !bom Japanese florist at his Kree's were scenes f repeated I The dergymentspread" tf* I
have orders net to ride on the fit were Indicted by t h e Four Way Nursery 2313 NW sit-ins in the spring by students.A word to their congregaUocf P.a ,t
aides of fee trucks. Dade County grand jury Tuesday 364A St.. last April 8. group of Negro clergymen Ngrea. wtU be aenrao.Alr. .


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1 g . Disc Jockeys Sponsor I

; .j J''A :: YM Camp Benefit I

t 31 t iTN AUGUST NORTHWESTERN tional Inf ccmatlon call or visit the

Carver Branch YMCA 5770 NW
4 Ir a GYM
) 2 KW 15th ave. OX e-0231.
Using the theme. -Dance a
a e to Camp". the disc Jockeys of
4 WFECand WMBM will sponsor

c. 4 I t tt i jr and he biggest show in platter town Mradiy.party dance Aut.,) NEED CASH e e e

1 5. 8 p-m. at the Northwesternrymnwium. l $25 to $600PL83653
A donation of $1.00
admits you to this gala affair. ,

T'o-named entertainers from
Miami and Miami Beach have IDEAL LOAN CORP.
+ arranged to airear on the program t
In between the acts persons 6105 N.W. 7th Av..
present will be able to listen -
s and dance to their favorite

The modern rwnp. legated 150

.......: _+- ...._: -.. -: : '--"- ';'" ..... mile away from Miami affords I CAL'S
by SeaVlew Indus boys the opportunity to swim row
-- Sponsored
tries. Inc. makers of all-alumi a b at, and use canoes. Youngsters BAR &
TIMES FLORIDA patios also become skilled In us-' SERVING
MIAMI MIAMI. own awnings carports and .23
the Richmond .n* the bow and arrow,
and doorhoods BREAKFAST LUNCH
PACE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1960 Heights Red Socks baseball team ca'ibre' rifle Other activities eonij
and crafts fire AND DINNERAt
Memorial Youth f arts camp I
of the Martin I
I Council is said to be the only athletics hiking etc.
sponsored athletic project for Negro The leadership of the camp Is Popular
Wins I teenagers In South Florida. ender competent<< c',unselors-ona 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave
Miami Cage Team The team has played 12 games; for every 10 boys Registration

won sight.When fr camp is still open For addi

the Kicnmond HtIbtal
area was developed )Martin the
International TitleThe builder donated ground tOT. Summer Reconditioned TV SALE
youth center. Teenagers ran
block dances and canvassed tot and 24 Inch Screens
M.ami AIl-Star Teams who sey. funds to sink a well 3 ft Inches
traveled to Nassau July 11 to The teams were traveling under wide and 73 feet deep.' Next came Come in and check our low prices
compete In an International Basketball the supervision of Roderick SUva .raM, 'With various community
urnament< wish to Mrs. Carolyn Payne and Mrs. clubs lending a hand. The dream SOOTIN'S TV
thank all the people of Miami E.canor; M stubb. recreation' was a baseball diamond and
hvho were so Instrumental in upt"rvlton City of Miami. hoping to meet regulations, the 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589
making the trip possible youngsters erected a back stop. It
The boys won five games to be CAN YOU NAME failed to meet Dade County ---
r< ne International champions and spiciflcatlons and was torn down. ,
.Y".L L _
received' a beautiful trophy which THE TIGERS AT Now they play In the Fran C ; .ta
has to be won three consecutive Martin Elementary School yard
times to remain in possession of a THE ZOO? Back of the sports program was BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
team. The girls won two games one man's idea lie had watched
and lot two in a closely eon-p and Bcxinn.nx: on Monday July 18 teenage boys struggle for some Friendly Store With Th. Warm Welcome
trsted battle. eont nuin: throu h Saturday)Imldnllht.
semblance of competitive games,
Albert Stirrup received a trophy conduct a AUC contest 20. to WCKT name will but they lacked adult supervision 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
for being high point nua of two nos. Renal tigers thel I When a player his nephew in
the touretneflt Kitren Carter received \ Just an argument at one of these
a trophy for best display of nulrrd Z for the Crandon Park basketball 'games" was struck The finest products at Cut Rate PricesAlna
I rata have
up rttnvinahip, and Roderick Silva the Kwittle tom from with a rock and killed Gad Tranquil Thins' Super
received the best coach of the 'ctivHy, and Bronx Zoos renp Mays Jr. CE 5-0404) resolved Tablets' ....-..-... 1.1 Reducing Plan, UlUl
tournament trophy. These trophies old. one are several months never to rest till something better Madam Walker SS Tanlc __.. 1.4| .
are on display at Dorsey being a male and the was somehow managed Today Ointment ...... ... .0
Mhrr fZT*]* Toe! Z *Hrieal So- -- "" Swamp Ra.t ...,.. .71 Ul
Iark and may be Mien days between I n-tv .in president of the 23-mrmHer Posnre .."' .......,
the hours of 9 a.m. and 6 mtC'd. but ron.id will all names sub-1 Youth Council and coach of the Hair Dressing ..?_ "I Father Jatin .... .71 1JI

pm. Monday' through Friday. with prnbtbly orcfrrenmrt'tinr 24-member Red Socks, be still Lo..,.a'd Hair' Cartful ..................... t.29
The player wno went to Na- .:wad .lfe are the an..t contest Indian rule' maintains their own that diamond.they will yet have Oresslnq ....._. 1.00 Earrlnta. .10 5..15 ,,.

uu were Helen Jackson Yvonne 'n South Florida OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS A.... ,. 10 P.M.
Bands Cattle Plummer, Ollle M. I -- I
I Content !I. open h evcrvoneJ
I I"tn"'n I JOKN: A McMINN.
Harrison. Rosemary Coney Mildred On '
i I n 4mt' may be submitted to b. announced within
Reese Antionette Gerdaln by each e nte+t,nt for' each tiger f .
: a -w dw thereafter.a
Ernestine Brown. Leroy Gibson I 3 In caw of d itattona. car- .. I .
Derision of th* Jis4pe> will J I
Albert Stimio. Ernest Hart. JMRutheford I I Men
p tmrk will '
Rrnrern be final aM all ewtriJM"
win beeorwe
Al-1 -
Wallace French
: 4. In case of tto. .. duplicate" the SHnpeetv of the Zotlof.kal -
brrl Sand C semen
Ak'xlndf1'.1 i prtHot will be awarded I Sortrtef FkMa. efWynaftt
Clarence Dawkin and Eddie we School of
I 5 Mall all entries to TIGER n Htbft Sunlight
Regina. I WCKT Box JII-bf. Miami vice prra'rftftt, TO Ro1t pXfIfII..J'tivt'I l I
Our donors were The Range 6 A price will be awarded for ami I. HaDon't
Funeral Home, J&J Drugs. Miami the naming of each of the titers Beauty CultureIS
Times Mrs Frances Jolllvette the male and the female Bach -- ---I
Rhaddle Ward. Mr. and Mrs. Win me will) be $ad in cash to the
Evans. Mr. and Mrs. Renle Saunders f'r""">n r persons deserving! Fret Firlht NOW OFFERING A
John Knowlet, Mr and Mrs. 7 The content( closes
at mid.
Nathan Gibson. Grove Drive In n
Mrs. Delores Bankston George .._
Pressley. Dr. William Chapman Na1.51i Shaping

Dr. Sydney Cox Dr. Pettier Half Styling
(Economy Drugs). Samuel Mon-
cur Perry Florists North Travel
Buru. Benny VBerry. Earl Edwards Baste and High Fashion
Eucrne Butler. Nathaniel
Strachan. Richard Williams. Sunlight Hair Coloring
Beauty School, Richard
Dressen James Klnlaw. Francis OPENINGDue Wet
Funeral Home. Pf'OplnDru, +4 Setting
Store Ramos Sundry. House of
AlbcrtMr. and Mrs. David Ram- FEATURING

to circumstances beyond our controlour
Mrs. Ella Moncur
EXPERT WATCH AND Grand Opening has been postponedfor

CLOCK REPAIRSAll two weeks. Watch this paper for date. Hair Stylist

work guaranteed
40 Year lit Butlnaaa
tr and

Andrews' Jewelers Get Your Teams Beauty Consultant

303 N.W. 2nd Ave. <..

FR J-0132 Ad Man. and T..... tve.l'0a

Ready Now SAO until *OQ

ELLA MONCUR. Instructor Wednesday I -... ta nee.
KWIK MONEY Terms Arranged

CONSOLIDATE YOUR I Certificate awarded at completion of study

$1000 BILLS $15 mo. MI-BOWLING I Call FR 4-9998. NE 5-2S21 or mail in coupon belowI

$2000 $25 mo. I am Interested |n the new advanced five week couraa you arc ot'

$3000 $35 mo. Ino. I am a ( ) Operate ( ) a>v.p.wn.r ( ) T.-or

Miami National Mortgage 1900 N. W. 75th St. NAME >____

Licensed 4 ..o"oedRoom ADDRESS

N.. 721 PL 1-5952
FR 3.5446 CITY

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--------------U'________ Juanlta Cole Miss Jerona Jan MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

son. I .

"I complained because I had no|

THAT shoe, until I saw a man to had I J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone KEEP HAM i iG1tio ,...
no feet-
FR 4-3034 ; iACK

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By RUTH N. POLITE r. 307 N.W. 2nd Are. rt. .....+ ...r.ew......-....

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DISCOVERIES. What a GLAD particular grades' in which! they We hare over 100 homes of your loved ones at

DISCOVERY when men found teach. They have a well planned for sale. We help you fi.1 half price. We make all 1lasw.
that the sown seed would grow itinerary. Much luck friends' L/
Call Ford Realty
and the planted stem become a nance. ,
kinds of pictures. I
tree, bearing fruit There the fear The D. W. WILSONS (Prof PL 72559. J30

of hunter died. and MHHccflt) gave a fabulous _. __ ____ w .. -
What a JOYFUL DISCOVERY cabana party their brother &rawti.rww.w.y.v. .ITN.N v v v.+:<:M:.N.?.N Ni.N ww.N.ww.yr.wwN..N..N..N..M..M.** N..N..N* ..ww.N..Ni when men found that the hidden and their: family cousin and
streams bubbling out of hole and his guests The brother's family
cleft were food, refreshing andunending consist of :Mr and Mrs. SAMUEL BIG ELKS' DAY CELEBRATIONAt
There the fear of thirst Wl SON Sr.. their children

died.What JAMES and JOHNNY, hiM
men found wed-time and A GELTA J11* Wlto n cousin I' Liberty Lodge, 6525 N.W. 18th Avenue
harvest never fait Ttcre the fear EUGENE REMRERT His guest
of failure died. iJ Miss ALICE DINKINS of
What a DIVINE DISCOVERYwhen Rembert, S C The Samuel WllJfJ" SUNDAY JULY 31A
men found they were capable and :\Ir. Rwnbert' reside In ,
of brotherhood. There the Philadelphia.Friday FULL DAY'S PROGRAM BEGINNING AT 8 A.M.

fear of Isolation died.! I I prior to the Saturday Breakfast at 12 noon with menu of sea food and other favorite dishes
What a JUBILANT DISCOVERY beach party. "Prof took the
when men found that laugh 1 I| T>oys" I'r a bit of offhore fishing and coffee
ter dissipated floom. There the Samuel
in Payne's 18-foot
fear of dennair died. boat They had a good mess of LUNCH WILL BE SERVED UNTIL 1:30 P.M.

What a TRIUMPHANT DISCOVERY grunts yellowtail and
when men found that AH of them' left Monday ajn BIG PARADE FROM 14 P.M. AND PROGRAMDinner
divine law was the basis of the with a lot of the proverbial sand-
t'O.VftkOM"'. There the fear of In-thHr-hoes. 6.9 p.m. with stewed chicken dumpling turkey, bake ham
futility died. Salads

What PRICELESS DISCOVERY Hanerm'qning in the land of
when a men found that right the. pink tans are MR. and All Prepared by ALBERT BELLAMY
the foundation of moral MRS LUTHER O. CAREY. 1IrsCM'f'Y I
was sure:
security and success There the .ts the fernier' Rtenehe COMPLIMENTARY COCKTAIL HOUR 8.9 P.M.
fear of died Johnson Smith who retired recently
What wrong a GOLDEN DISCOVERYwhen from the Special Educa- BIG DANCE FROM 10 P.M. UNTILYou
men found that goodness t'on OfttIr.: Carey" Is one of

purified' the meal and nodal order Miami's' IfHKimr real estate broken > are cordially invited to attend this event
There the fear of blighting Congratulations and best
wfattes Reservation mutt be made in advance-Tables Free
drf! >rd died.

What a HEALTHTUL DISCOVERY ....i---"r.1'......swv%-.vwv; .- :; ..!............ MA%.............:'' '' ...!....... "r.-----. .. .. .,. ,. .. ... A
.. ... .. .. ; .
when men found love THE ROGERS CLAN whose .M r.M A..N..N..N..N.:.-N:.M..M.' '....:'.... .N.N r:..:.N.N.7.o.N. N....,...'".N ."..: ..:e..a...:...:....:....:....,.
among liven tn erpetul' harm acromHihments! read like "who's!
"nv There" the feir" of blifhl- whin education foWtics. re1'eion .1'
and good" comnwnitT lifeTbev
the dM are M bun that thev seldom
find tine to have familygettofrthers"
rRY wen men found a Divine
Pr vtdeffe over-nil** and guides nut they did < UDGEa SAUCE r
burner desttn4ea There the fear during the month of July, ands I
of ftnshiiatfcm died! I Sv What a DIVINE DISCOVERY VI** F'RUVF ROGERS CTt- -easy as 1-2-3 -

when men found their sonsfcip In FTTE aM he- laera' brother and rt .
..'. f w1r! Mr foal r. '
>>e Eternal There the fear that Mrs W .thc .
alt drama end in vacw: died I ROOFRS prayer.! Mat aft rat 'hesoeiai secret:
rt"" f r th.r.> '
When the TatklMl Federation
Fr Samara
TO sane RfH.AND
of C lored Wmwn. Cfatx convene .
'- M*
W ROGER and hh <
,in New York City at thePark
"f" .rs I. nrltwip4' ftt the J\nok.--r
Stunt n Ho44. Miami will
be ubtantial resented In T Wn.t f. Hh! Scho<<" ? fn
.tip rats M-s MARY Rncrtt4rme t
man area Delegate from the
kcal! City Federation are- MRS fntn. r...re wwm*. VY M'w .
GFORGIA ROIJ/N8 MRS!, JF.S- Rt"''.r. nrarn'ne'' ,' ,h the
!Sir RIMS' MRS NATHANIEL ""& 'w' .M .oelal 1 life,. off '1 $ ; .
IJX Detes-ts from 'he Fl rids arrh.w.nt Mr anrf Mrs EDWARD .
Aworaton of Colored Wnmf ft' WATKTYS (R **" InezR I .
s '
Club are MAVNK'l'I'K' McVFJU. .nr, ,.r.I cwm f r+en He*** York ;: : .. r
and MRS MYRTLE DAVIS r % Mr WflktaA a former Ml- i .
Mrs MeVmt wttt take am ->n. n.rved hi. ss rnHrei! 'omVr ; '
.id sufnrii. he Florida display the direction" 01 the R
f Arts and Crafts of wftleh she Soling ei Fmteral tfft..rve TheR
\. the dfrrdor Mrs fHvte I '.er.. ww H"'4le lit tw1 rift,
will be one of tM F rtie4f-M in w*... the .** and Mt (In this, \
'h* Era Je**!re Choir predtteUon our MACVT rrTY
which wilt d'p4ct the hV**ry
making a+flth In the Wft'f the Off t,. I>.)M>. D-N. for a 4-1!
national' aan'Mtten After. the I...**er h'n Conferenee to EARMVE 4
?toting Mrs MeNea-T will visit WVJRfrS riJfTrrF' After'

wilt a friend of long *t ndtaf tvi f' r nl<"M sy 1fII Ae wilt. l w> to the +. ,.
MM Eva Dolling of Jamaica. u'tr'-uurt J.kvTf Island Inn
I. n. bland thet see will travel sprat for a few dvs of .la1f..tft
to C'"hIearo to attend" the nation and fan
convention' of DT7 TA SIGMA
THETA SORORITY which wit Mr and Mr RAftL 1RGGS!'
be heM at the PaWmr House. loft Prissy' rv+rtint for a months
August 14-21 vaet'nn! wHh relative in D ug-
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In a n'r.nd n.O rlef
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1960 should be very interesting.The inequity in the way the City of
platform, on the whole, was good and there is a Miami Recreation Dept handlesthe
pretty strong Civil Rights plank. white( and colored teams who
President Eisenhower delivered a powerful addresson travel in and out of the country
Tuesday evening. Several prominent speakers, IncludIng representing Miami la sporting
events. It seems that the white
former Governor Dewey and former President Herbert
teams travel on city time and get
Hoover were heard at the convention. full travel room and board al

- Nixon delivered his acceptance speech on Thursday lotments. But the Dopey Park
Office at 11t2 N.W. Third Ave, Mann Florida-Phone PR 1-2231 evening. lie was introduced by Governor Nelson Rockers basketball teams (boys and girls)
Plant at 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phont OX 1-0421 wh Just iron the International
-- feller of New York. Tournament in Nassau had to solicit
H. E. 8IOI8MUNO REEVES Editor Monday evening Civil Rights seekers included Roy funds from local merchants
Garth C. Reeve. Managing Editor and Business Manager Wilkins, executive secretary of the NAACP; A. Phillip to pay food and housing In Nas
sau. All the city did was for
Catered a* K rorxl HAM Matter. .\uini t u".n.h.* lint Offlrr Randolph, president of the Sleeping Car Porters Union tickets. Then too. the supervisors
at Miami. Florida, ",-"ff the art of March A. 1870 and the Rev. Martin Luther King. Over 5,000 strong paraded who accompanied the teams
- demonstrating for a strong Civil Rights plank. made the trip on their own time.
This isn't fair and something
should be done about It.

The two police bribery trials during the past week REVIVAL AT MT.
point out clearly that Mayor Robert King High and Police -, JUST BROWSIN'By The United States is endeavoring OLIVETTE
Chief PAUL R. HENRY to bring about a settlementin
Headley are not moving in the same directionin
the Belgian Confo. Some
these matters. progress has been made, but Mt. Olivette Baptist Church.
Last Friday, two Negro officers, charged with taking Some much needed rain fell nothing definite as yet. 1450 NW 1st court is having a
$75 bribe from a bolita pickup man, were found innocent this week. In Orlando it was I I five-day revival Monday night
Aug. 1 to Fridav. Guest revivalist -
Jby a Criminal Court jury.It just too much 8.19 inches fell on I Street improvements go on in is the Rev. W C. Edcar, pas-

I is reported that one of the defendants, had told the Monday and flo 54] :din hudreds driven of Liberty torn City.and is Fifteenth being widened.ave. is tor of Pcrrine and Danla. The
homes persons were up
public is invited. There will be
mayor of the vast bolita business right under the nose of out. Goy LeRoy Collins was When completed It will chang baptfcm on the first Sunday during '-
the Police Department. asked to declare the watuJUt'dcount1 the appearance of this business the evening service. Rev. I. C.
Three white officers accused of taking $100 bribe a disaster area. area. Sewerage should be installed Mickins is past'r.
in the not distant future.
from a one-time milkman to let him off on a drunken driving

charge were convicted and recommended for discharge Florida's Senator Smathera The Miami Times Newsboys
by the Miami Civil Service Hoard. would! like some change in the I' annual picnic came off at Virginia Men and Women
co1Iee' system of selecting -
The former milkman told High of the incident, and I electoral presidents. He would like Beach last Saturday. Sixty Train for Civil

the mayor made personal investigation. to see a state's electoral votes boys day plus swimming some friends riding enjoyedthe the Service Positions

Although the two Negro officers were acquitted by a candidates divided among in proportion the presidential to the train and the carousel, followed
Criminal Court jury Chief Headley is quoted as saying: popular vote each received in that Sv tr a hearty lunch- Managing Ed- GRAMMAR SCHOOL
.%'e want to take them before the Civil Service Hoard if state. presented eight
checks to boys selling over 100
the city attorney agrees." The hearing I is scheduled for papers. SEND NAME ADDRESS
9 a.m. next Monday.It I Jamaica BWT, is having much PHONE NUMBERP.
tr-uble with Rastafarian cult and The beys were' given new Miami -
i is reported that the pressure at police headquar civil rights. The House of Representatives Times T-shirts. O. Box 506
ten was as strong to convict the Negro defendants who is considering an ORLANDO FLA.
Informed the mayor, as it was to exonerate the white officers emergency police bill giving authorities The City fiX Miami celebratedits A20
whom the had investigated.The added' powers to detail Wth birthday! on Thursday,
mayor persons suspected of subversive July %8. During these years MIami
Negro officer were arrested and criminal activities without charges being has grown from a little better
charges were filed against them. The whites were never flied' against them. There has than a village to a big city,
been live murders committed. in the state of Florida
jailed indicted the bluest -
or by the utatc. They have been
Eight Americans and two Jamaicans In other respects she is second FOR SALECOMPI.ETF..1.Y
the board.
by are charged with the mur t' none in the state.
Amos Hound tree, who i is said to have "told of the
numbers operation" had given "a lot of bad publicity to SET UP

the bolita industry! and l had incurred the displeasure of CBS HOME FOR SALE FRIED FISH & POULTRY
his superiors. Defense Atty. Franklin Parson emphasized

the retaliation theory in the ca.*e. 2 large, spacious bedrooms, tiled porch large living PLACE

Ever since the Negro officers went before the grand room. tiled bathroom, tiled roof, hardwood floors.
jury to testify about the seemingly police sanctioned Wonderful opportunity for

numbers Imsimn constant pressure has been put on all Newly palmed |Inside and out This horns U located near school couple to make fine livinaM

Negro policemen. Hardly a one has not been called in by and shopping plaza, and may be seen dally, and Saturdays from

the Internal Security Division of the police department. a.m. to 4 p."' Inquire at Established as successful

Morale at the Negro precinct has reached an all time business for 3
low but the acquittal of Itoundtree and Finch last week 1640 N.W. 153rd Street year

rave everyone a much-needed lift. Phone NE 4-3168 or NE 4-2539 or UN 5-8033 Call JE 17587RALTY
All officers seem to U walking a chalk line becausethe
feeling is that the white police brad is still burnedup Alto Inquire at this addf;.w for EXPRESSWAY HOUSES to be

and are out to get any policeman who might let his delivered to your lot .r to our lot for you
foot slip. .
A r ..1


I Lee Fletcher, who served 81 days in the JOIN IN THE FUN-AT THE
county jail without a charge of any kind being placed r
Against him, was released on Tuesday Had he not been ANNUAL MIDSUMMERBARMAIDS7
advised by a jailor to send a note to Circuit Judge Ray
Pearson asking why he was still being held, he might BALLFrom
have spent a year or more in his prison cell. i NORTH MIAMI BEACH
Fletcher was witnetxi to a murder said to be committed 5 p.m. until late 1416 N.E. 154th St.

by a Maggie Martin, 36, who supposedly killed her Sunday July 31stAt
common-law husband. She was arrested 1 and freed on a $395 DownNew
$2,500 bond lust No\'ember.
The Beautiful New 3 and 4 bedroom CBS
Fletcher was arrested on May 7 and held as a wit homes
ness lie said he thought he was doing his duty as a citizen KING OF HEARTS CLUB borhood.in No beautiful neigh

in reporting the murder. It certainly did not pay off GOOO N.W. 7TH AVENUE closing qualifying, no
in his cage. Eighty-one days in jail turned out to be his costs, one mortgage
reward. COMPLETE FLOOR SHOW AT IO payment. City water. Only
State Atty. Richard Gerstein said there was no excuse :--
= _
for his office ordering Fletcher held in jail when he was Door Prizes Gifts Adm. Adv. $1.00 Door $1.25 --=-
merely a material witness to a crime. Coconut Grove

Judge Ray Pearson ordered that Pearson be paid $3 _."" ,....y- '1 .w. rr-ot'" 3325 Percival
a day witness fee for the 81 day If he accepts the money Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS on

his case will be closed. If he does not accept it, he has ,, large landscaped lot. Hardoed -
a pretty good case for a suit against the county. I i: floors, tile roof awnings
Fletcher's case is not the only one of its kind and it is LOVELY AREA Venetian blinds, car-
a good thing that it has aroused interest, and that the I porte furnished* kitchen.
county's legal authorities are now urging the enactmentof HOMES FOR SALESee I All this for only $995 down.
a 24-hour safeguard law to prevent "forgotten prison We have others in this area.
er" cases. Sunday 37 --

We are pleased! to know that the State Attorney p.m. Liberty City
calls Fletcher's arrest "an inexcusable and tragic error." 1821 N.W. 52nd Street-1825 N.W. 52nd Street
$995 Down
It certainly U inexcusable and tragic. 1855 N.W. 52nd Street-1881 N.W. 52nd Street New 3-bttdroom CBS in

beautiful No closing
I coats, small deposit will
The Republican Convention is now over al far as the 3 UNITS HOME AND INCOME hold. We arrange all financing.
nomination is concerned. As anticipated it is Vice Presi Call Ua to see.
dent Richard Nixon who was unanimously chosen as 1026 N.W. 53rd Street I

standard bearer. His running mate will be Henry Cabot Open 2-6 CASH FOR YOUR LOT
Lodge, ambassador to the United Nations. lie was the man p.m. -----

Mr. Nixon wanted. The Republicans, like the Democrats, NEWS REALTY HI 5-3589 PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th SLr
now have a real strong ticket. The election in November I


I Major Becomes Mrs. Browne Benefit Record Hop MIAMI TIMES MIAMi iwaInwSATURDAY

__ There mill be a benefit record I
hop at the Carver High School JULY 30, 1960 PACE S

gym in Coconut Grove on Saturday _
fy x night July 30 a o'clock.

s, b.ij Mush for a;night by Lee of fun Gibson.and dancing.Come out i

-- .. Club Groups Negro Pilot Operating A

wt ui Enjoys VizcayaWith
M r Charter Plane ServiceRobinson's '

the assistance of very
fnthusiastic guides, the Rich-
mood Heiffhts Woman's Club andtheir Air Robinson hs been flying profoMuinally -
guests n':yed a most In foe more than six
U.'lfthftl tour of Vizcaya, Sunday Associates Now >ears He .was a pilot In the Air
afternoon, July 17. Available Force and as a civilian pilot tar
Viwaya, an estate formerly r wn for the Phildelphla Inter-
*An<.d by the late James Docrin*, Raymond Robinson of Philadelphia. national Airport Chrysler CorporatUm -
t* m'w a Dade County Museum Pa. a licensed commercial Wings. Inc. and a num
i Its furnishingswere brought air plane pilot is now operating her of crivate concerns lie WMasm
fjcre from Kjropean countries' a charter plane service fr m in Cuba
cr.J ,ts beautiful garden gives the Miami anywhere at any time.
ir.ycum a foreign atmosphere.r One of the few Nefro pilots In the I R toirwon's chartered !Alibi
:e club took pictures as they United States who is qualified and service is Tef re!ented In Miami
Iii ifffr' hsed ab ut the gardens, and authorized tj f'y &radically any I I by NW North's Travel Bureau, 1104
1 3rd ave where all
refreshments in the amanj-e-
shop' type of aircraft I I menUi for service may be made.
rott"'l Robins boastsof Roblniu-n goats of tall safe econ -
Florida I 2.900 hours '-nitcal service at rates much
Engineer ..net
of flying time I
tan Mselaiywheduled
Visits From h.tf'l' '
JapanL and presents a
I fights. He nays he has no schedules
I. rvr Turnqucst 54, Air ForceC record in ay"- the groups" net their w.n de-
lv .an, Fuchu, Japan overseerof ; j ion that com-1 parting and arrive time. Further
an "atnenna farm in the FarE pare favorably| Information" on this new flight
i1: was m Miami this week with the finest service may be obtained by contacting
v 'tn: relative and friends, 1'1b in the
Born in Fl rids, Mr. Turnquestfa 1Ii i fkrM. Travel Bureau
'" been in the Orient since the --
V S Occupation Force were ROBINSON Robinson arrived -
stationed' in Japan. I in Miami recently and has Electrical Repairs
He supertises a field that already set up the "Rot tn.on's
pica 4 errs (>f if toil from which Air Associates. which .is a charter o Stoves

Miss torte j Chrti': :ne Mar of St Agnes the Revs John II mamtn th transmitters beam out plane service available forflights ink j Small Appliancea
for 3 to 4 per* m or
and the Rev Father Samuel Recce Jr. rector of St Peters radio profframs" of the Far East Outdoor Lighting
group of 28 or more .
network to servicemen, civilians
Jonathan Browne were united in Key We t James H. Hall cfcsp-
and vast Japan audience in the Already he- has made train to Hi-Fi and
a Stereophonic
the Sacrament of Holy Matrimony iain and vicar St Timothy Day Rimini e
and other ants in the
by the RL Rev William G. Moses tona Itaach. JM'HteAWtUY.. vicar Kanto pJin area near Tokyolie Bahamas, and p Speakers Installed
plans to apeelaliuIn
directs' the testing electronic
Suffragan Bishop. Diocese of St Andrews. Ft. Lauderdale.
trips to Nassau andthf'.r Islands
maintenance and technical' I
South Florida Soloists the
on Saturday. June at offertory were
of theahamu.. Haiti, Ja
26 at 1030 am in the Church of Mrs Lenora B. Smith and Mrs operation f the antenna" farm. 'I mates South America and rr-l FR 3.1051
The Incarnation. Juan:: S. Clarke Tumquect .ao employed for where.' '
I, t
Bishop Chaplains were the The couple" reside to St. Petersburg seven years as civilian engineerand
Rt'Jotm II Reece Jr. and .where the groctn U: vicar of radar tet at Western
James H. Halt St Augustine Kp4copal Church. Electric.: Near York He attended
The eerwn ny was followed by I i Immediately f lowing the h.oh. Mh<>oi at Culture Fla.. and
bhe NU.XU1 dais celebrated by Jfutitiai 1 crnmonie the bridal irt'.duattd fr m the Radio TV ROOMS WANTEDWould
the. Rev ElWla S. Clarke Jr. party and friends dined' at the ltfcue nf New Y vier. aUted by Austin Coiner home of Mrs Sheba Major Mar a chemical I engineer in the
_REl.dalor Holy Orders and tin. sister of the bride. A fur Bronx.lite .
Wilfred Barry. postulant for Holy 1 pm reception was held at the relative in Miami are Mr like to secure clean, comfortable rooms for
Orders. Turner Kindergarten. and Mrs Gresham Mancur (Ella)
i I brother and Alphonso Cooper: out.of.town young men and women Attending
Members' of the bridal) party:i Elks9 Leaders I I alro a brother.
pere:: Matr n or honor. Mrs Ho" .
tense Major Benby, titer of the I I Visit Nassau OrlandoansVacationing Miami Barber College
bride; makl of horror Miss Jane,
Pratt Misses. Ophelia Rolle I A number of well. known lead Here 195 N.W. 14th Street Phone FR 7-3127
Christine Turner and Mrs. Mill!-I ers of the Elks l the Miami area
reran Dennis were bride's maids will leave the city[ on this Saturday :: Th Nt"N\ G !Staggers and,
Ring bra PIT was Little Joseph for Nassau, where they will I his attractive wife. Margaret are
Porter Jr. fl-wer girl were I be juettfl at the annual ('Oftyf'ftI I, pending a tart of their vacation
UHle Di-borh Edwards, Sheba I tion of the Bahamas Association .n the rity Rev Staggers is thew
EdAa Martin. Philean Hioson and'I f Elks, waste meets" Sunday<< thru jfe..MVe! part r of Mt Z .Ion I IBtt. Those
Rostra Sands The bride was jflv Wednewiay of next week Amon ..at Church of Orlando where,
en in marriage by her father, these are W 0 Perry Sr. president he U entering his 15th year aspastor Its
Herbert J. Major of the Florida State AM cis under his capable anjurwee < who j
Phillip! Roker. cousin of the ts on. Zeke Brady, grand organ-! leadership a ma niflcenehureh t
4r em served as beet man and cer.; Roll Johnson district director i' heir)' erec4tJ at a cost
the uahcr* were William Dove aux f ednrt on nt the Miam4! ,.f f"vf S 1&A.0Af
Joseph Bain. William Rrile& and,I area; John H Dean and Elliott J Its. reople. like! the p 4tT. are live instyle. -
Jack Hlnsen. I'urir mwnfeers of Atlas! Lode trained to five, to love and serve
j I The group -Mil remain in NM While .in the etty' Rev. and Mrs. ta
Ow of loan guest were Mrs j I tau throuahout the doftt n of SU.*er* are the gusts of Mta
Ruth Williams, mother of the: the convention and for evea' Marie WhHe Loire they wMmanr .. .
IN .n. New York; Mrs. Imo I I diva after on a vacation stay t Hadelphia! to attend
Nec4y, Key West Mrs Millie The group will! arrive in NaaMMi the National! Baptist, Conventionand
Tyne. Panama City; Mrs. SaloncAddry at 9 o'clock Sunday. morning via v<*tt friend in New York
and sons. Mr and Mrs Ea le. Air L.ne* A number of New Jersey and other dtles. It IspOMribV
Raoseve4t Sands and daughterMr. Miser Mtamian wiN also visit that this n ted pastel
and Mrs Carl Saunders, Key Nauau this. weekend.F. I wig sit In the puli.tt of Mt 7J 9IJ
West; Mr and Mrs Joseph Bate R.pt.t, Church) of whkti the Rev
Savannah, Ga.. Alvin Gibson A. BURROWS' I F4ward T Graham is pastor, on
AbquJppa. Pa.; Mrs. Lucille !lip- !Sunday moraine
hard, Daytona Bearh; Mrs. LUlic Jeweler
Mae Edwards. YOU BREAK 'EM
V.sjtiog clergymen and their JOIN NOW!
f ami lies were the Rt Venerable Miami Branch
and Mrs John E. Culmer. rector 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue NAACPMEMBERSHIP 1 1l

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Notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned, desiring to engage

Clinic for Eye Check-up I I in business of 18th under Ave. the Grocery fictitiousname : and

At this point we are taking Sundry, 8309 N.W. 18th Are,
OD M,,May night July U, this means of communication to) Miami Fla. intends to register!
I $....n".t I the members of the I acquaint you with the facilities)I II the said name with the clerk of
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I S, cc:.a* Scrv.ces Project Alpha I that exist here for you at the I Circuit Court of Dade County; ,
Kappa A.pha Sor rity, met In the "Knight Beat" Florida.

PAGE 6 SATURDAY JULY 30 1960Along W..nut Room of the Everglades, Club' Alton Johnson owner
Hotel m an integrated training The Knight Beat Supper July 9, 18, 23, JO

V"'I ...... .......... ..... -..... ...- clinic, conducted by the Dade I u definitely NOT a night club I
AssodatKii We have no high-priced shows or
Dr. Wolf, chairman. I I entertainers, no admissions no SEETHE WORLD'S
Freedom's Road .
cover CT minimum charges' .
This clinic is a forerunner of awn 'just delicious properly-prepared GREAT SPIRITUAL
.* of Vision Evaluation Sur.veys ''and properly-served foods. True LEADER
By RUTH PERRY I tbe conducted throughoutthe we do have pleasant musical Interludes -
...-- ..... .-.---- ...... j month of August by the Dade for your listening and AND PHYCHIC READER
County Optotnctric Association I|,I dancing pleasure while dining or
discrimination ECONOMIC FACTS
Economist know what -
and sponsored by various grco? drinking. BISHOP HUNTERIf
be- '
In employment means,
Tae following facts are also Among the many sponsoring
cause business conditions and employment true. D.criuaun, in wage group represented in the Monday However we want you to know
fields in tick warrUtf don't
rates are the scales and hiring policies forces an.gaer n.gh: meeting were groups fromhe that the Knight Beat is not expensive you arc er '
which they work. However, to the fall to see me today. Offto Mar
Jewish looks that
pxvpwruoa ol WiDe nunorit : Perr.ne Lions Club, it merely
average American it might prove I reuef roils taaa War Veterans, Coral Gables Here dine leisurely dally 1 pjn. to 9 DJIU Thursday
< > groups into way. you may
realize the 1 .....
to to S 11
disconcerting Sunday
very I p.m.
about discrimination in'! rrepuzulng segments of themajority. Knight of Pythias, N. Miami; in plush surroundings tasteful to p.m.. .
truth when,; Mayo, the rates of disease Chamber of Commerce, Bal Har dec r. elegant atmosphere. Our
employment, particularly crime and tires are dupropdrt- bour Surfside; Veterans of Foreign -I low prices begin at $1.65 for a
they understand that it means an K&auy treat in areas wmcn" are Wars Opa L.cka; West Dade full course dinner. And special
labor force
inefficient use. of our fer all, eeoBomcally depressed as com- Lions. Alpha Kappa Alpha Soror-) arrangements can be made to suit READINGS

Americans lea purchasing less power consumer' demand _e.o wtui Muatuutr area Bc- sty and many others.Th.s I your requirements for a gathering aimup
and eaause ul vceaoobc discrimination, I of any type.
less production a nab" reu.cUYe covenants aad by survey is an eye check-u I
lower living standard for all. aucaal pressure, many of the and not an eye examination. The i I Why not make it a point to dropin A,
DISCRIMINATION IN I prominent American auauriue ,,coiid annual free eye cixxk-up on us here at any time and M17 SW 17 at.,!
EMPLOYMENTWhen are cufifiaed to the most diiapilrup fur children between the ages cf allow us to show you around this WISTHOLLYWOOD It
drta undesirable locations. 7 and 17, given by the Dad e amazing rom so that you will .
Eric Johnson was president of the United State Chamber 4 Mfwu. return in taxes whchU Kappa Alpha Sorority, will we wUh to extend to you. v
of Commerce' he made this seklom sufficient to meet the be held on Saturday.Auditorium, Our Maitre d' Vaulter Thomas PROF. HUNTER,
statement The withholding of .nocu.n..W') '"&.1 cost vI p.a.crenames at Liberty will Ink forward to the pleasureof
jobs and business opportunities in cMprVlik'd areas. It is gq NW 14th ave.. from 8 a.m. serving you.
from seme people; does not make a fact that the majority pays a t S pjn. Children must be accompanied .
,- - - -- -
more jubt and business cpportuniUe n..,. price:' in taxes for the .uw << by parent or have a
for others. Such a policy status of minorities. I I written permission slip. ENROLL NOW IN

merely tends to drag don. the Committee' members frm: Alpha
whole economic level You can'tall I We must not forget also ODe Monday SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
an electric refrigerator to a oUHjr uemeaekHu cost of discrimi- Kappa Alpha Mesdamea present on I3crnlceKeenp
nation that fof expensive invwugauons night were
that can'afford electric-
chairman; Theta Crowder, Life Long Profession
: trials and property a
trictly Perpetuating joverity for
civil OVUle D bbs Naomi Grant Mil
tosses which result from
some merely guarantees stagnation
for all. True economic progress r.guts vjuuuva*. li a public record dred Marks Mattie Aurora Blake.Crawford Char-, Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
lotte Clark.
al the 1943 Detroit riot
demands that the whole nation
SU-wart and Miss Eddie Wil-
move jpcrward at the same tune. alone rwultcd in the desrtucU&a RUle 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
It demands that aU artificial barriers I IJackson' ,
erected by ignorance and intolerance -
Toddle Inn
be removed. To put it cannot compute the cost of .
in the sinvfest terms, we are all
of two mon douars in Property.prejudte Kindergarten and
in business together Intolerance Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE
alone in terms of mar-
La a species of boycott and any kets production and expenditures. Grade SchoolRe
business or job boycott' is a cancer I Perhaps says the Civil Right; ALSO CONTRACT
in the economic body of the I Com uttcoe. -te most expensive .-*J'ilt.. n begins August IS- PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
nation. Intolerance is destructive;I I results are the least tangible Don settle. for less Give your Licensed and Insured
prejudice products no wealth vac No nation can afford to child the best $7.00 per "week .
discirminaUen is a foot' economy. nave its twnncnt gr"up nost'.l 14ot lunch and transportation in- Colors Mired Free Free Estimation and Consultation
." toward one another without fcelBg ciixU-i. MM NW 48th Terr, Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.

And according to the Commute the stress, because people -. hone NE 44398. Call early for Time payment plan available- Phone PL 9-3231
on Civil Rigits. dlaat m\MI who live In a state of tension andsuspicion reservation Certified teach
imposes a direct east upon out cannot use their energy insured buses.
economy' through the wasteful constructively. The frustrations -
duplication of many facilities and of their restricted existenceare '
services required by the "separatebut translated into aggression a.1I.t: minority groups. It is a CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF
equal" policy of the South. against the dominant group. hold-over of the cute system
There is no doubt that the resources which has no place in our coun
of the. South are sorely It is not at all surprising thata try. BEAUTY CULTURE
strained by the burden of a t upie relegated to second-
double system of schools and other class citizenship should in emit In our present crisis It is Imperative -MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH
public services. cases behave as secondclass citia that the United States
is also economically i- ... Teals is true in varying deTV discard at ones this heavy drain Fascinating Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
Segregation .*. of all of our ininontla.j upon. its human wealth and Its
wasteful for private busi
What the United States has lo national la the
Hair-Weev Training Center in The South
ness. For example, places of public I !
and recreation in money, production, invention, months aad years to come the
reject accomodstion business .when. it cornea' in,I c.tisenhip and leadership as the Un.t tt'd States. will remain strongif Write today for further information
price for damaged. thwarted. per- we are united and have one
the form of unBt.d pcrtoas Mina..t.es because ul di crimination national purpose We will not 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue
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other places of business must stb uld never have perm.fed toe of pol.tlcal expediency. personal
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New LocationMrs. Injured in Auto I SATURDAY, JULY. ;30, 1960 PAGE 7

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Fannie Spry, owner of AccidentThe
Spry's Beauty Salon has moved are all Miamians.Rev. .
her business into ILl new location. + Rev Prince Ferguson of Ferguson was transferred| 1fT.... I ..".... l I II.....
Now under new management of Y Homestead was critically Injured to the pine Ridge Hospital in ADDED
Maggie's Beauty Parlor the popular en Wednesday morning July 13,I'' West Palm Beach where he lay I
beauty emporium Is now located unconscious for four MONEY DOWN
when a tire of the car be ir a s days. He
at 1420 NW 3rd aft. Ape driving blew out and the vehicle suffered cuts over the right eye BUILD ON YOUR LOT
pMntments may be made by calling turned over on the turnpike, weft j and head and also internal Inv,, NOW
FR 1.0319.
of Stuart. juries lie was brought to the
You are cordially Invited to call I Jackson Memorial Hospital on, in Dade call OX 1-4505
With four others in the hs
at any time or come In and see car Tuesday. Broward
our new location. Thanking was enroute to the Pall Bearers, County
for your past patronage !with the t Grand Lodge which met in Day!! ; WA 2.9411
hope of serving you In the future. tona Beach last week. After the, Straighten hair Writes Percy Hepburn
Mrs. Fannie Spry accident they were taken to thai) your ARCHITICT ANDBUILDER
Martin Hospital at Stuart. I
With SILKY STRATKMnreooacciat ,
FLA. NAACP Mrs. Bioaeva Monroe Mrs. 871 NW 7th Street
Myrtle Brown and Mrs. Lorine!! $$12S t Hallandale Flu.f.rmerly .
PRAISES GOV. Puyol were treated for slight in .MM*,.,* ....,.. ... I ( ef Nassau B....)

COLLINS AS Mrs.juries Brown and released.was uninjured.A niece They of AT ALL COSMETIC COUNTERS .... .JI........ 1111 III'" I JU


Honorable LeRoy 001UDI
Permanent Chairman The annual} Musical SUree of
Democratic National the George Washington Carver SIR JOHN SUPPER CLUB
Convention Branch YMCA will be held Sun-
Lot Angeles, CaL day, Au;. 14 from 4 to 7 P-m. in
Dear Sin the Drrezeway of the YMCA according
We congratulate for thepray to Arlington Sands
that you bar you performed Committee.chairman < f This the Musical fifth annual Soiree KNIGHT BEATN.W.

your duties aa chairman of t h e
event will feature the compositionof
Drmoratic' National Convention.
Victor Herbert Arthur L.
Your fair recognition of all sides Fvnn of Northwestern Hlch willserve 6th St. between 2nd & 3rd Ave.
of issues so pertinent and vital to I as musical c cuultantMr
our beloved' nation is commend: I Not a Nite Club-But Colorful Dining Room
able. Sands, owner" of Sands a
There are those in Florida who i foolery, pointed out today that 4!
do not agree with pencils who 32 outstanding women c4 the -
weuld advocate a division among community" will sponsor the musical
the citizens of this state when program this year The program Sirloin Steak 6 Jumbo Shrimps 1/: Fried Chicken
millions throughout the world are will consist cf solos re-
watching the progress" tha t la cordiftfs and instrumental' selection $1.65 $1.65 $1.65
made in the area of human relations by many of the outstanding) Hashed Brown Potatoes Fre here in America. We are musicians of this area. Mr Sands Tooted Green Salad. Cole flaw Colo Slaw
preud to state that they numberin encourage the citizenry to mark
the hundreds of thousands. this date en the calendar and bea Rolls and Butter Rolls and Butter Rolls and Butter
May God bless you. part ef this annual event Coffee or Tea c.?.. c.?..

Yours truly. a
A. Leon Lowry I
President of Fla. State I WonderBy
Conference NAACPR. Relish Dish Juice Fruit Cocktail Soup

Field. W. Saunders, Rolllngton Taylor Tossed Green Salad, French or Garlic Dressing
Secretary Sometimes I wonder, when I'm
Young AdultsIn Do you ever think of me.

ConcertThe Sometime I wonder when I'm For our Hands who are watching the caUrl*?* C1 QC
Trinltwtrs of Trinity CUE Just why. I dent feel free ONE-HALF CHARCOAL BROILED CHICKEN ..................... V I J
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31 at 7 pm at the Trinity CMZ CHARCOAL BROILED GROUND SIRLOIN STEAK ?.-.......... l li
Church. 2014 NW 5th court. This These wonderful lasting tun--s,
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Mrs Dorothy Portlock Is the And still stranger at high nan:: ,
pianist Sonata will be Barbara the abovl I* net far you, maybe I will da" Q Cfl I

Johnson.Rowrll. Franca Louis Portlock Miller Kenneth Jr. and I I I I I Just And take father the fragrance it about you of aft*". CHARCOAL BROILED CHOICE SIRLOIN STEAK ...._........... "i3U

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parents who received honors in birds
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progress since being organized. I. it s4roitffer' thou the moon at
Their repertotr will Include spirttual DI had a little lamb what ab.ut your OR
and other great songs of the Or t** esouck' tiM shed a tear* THICK SPRING LAMB 2t i33
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Finleys Return From New Yorkers Are ;
.IM -I"' ;
JamaicaMr Entertained Here *

OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd.Ave. & 69th St. i and Mrs. Carlton Flalcy Mr. and Mrs. Graham JerolrS
and daughter, Juanita, returnedto
i gin entertained Mrs. Louie Ced-
Miami oo Tuesday alter spending ding of New York City with SK
NOW PLAYING P a tftneei*eek vacation in Ja- delightful dinner WednesdkjV:
nw.ca.uur.na. July 20. Mrs. Gedding is house
WORLD'S MIGHTIEST MAN their stay, a friend, Leo gs+est of Mr. and Mrs. lUbert !.
SU..iv n took the croup tn a Clark She Is Mrs. Oarks sister.
Uucc-day 400-mile automobile The following persons enjoye
NEVER BEFORE ON THE SCREEN tour over the country. They wen the afternoon at. the )
gixsU .t Mr. and Mrs. Noel h me of the Jernlgans: Mrs. 1111-
a ca.tWo there. Highlight ol nois Smith. Mrs. Helena Hodgs
the trip was Mr. Finley's winning Mrs Lucille Baker, Mrs Rosa
the otnoo contest. a.be Embassy
.- Burney, Mrs May Dell Draynon
L.ub m MomegoPopularity Ual. Mrs. Lula Flowers Rev and Mrs.
Fred J. lUrk, Bishop and Mrs
Contest C. A. KnowJes, Mrs. Emma Collins -
Mrs Jacena Dunkley, Rob
Sponsored by Beauty ert U aar ,aDd Dr. G. W. !Uwklns. -

Shop Owners and .

Managers Archie Moore's Film
; Master Sgt S. S It yuu wm cutout. this ad., Debut at Capitol
J1 AT.UJ in the name and address oi
C S. Army u
a young woman (15 to 40 yearsof Archie' Moore, world's lightheavyweWtht
delay cnroute
.DD. li,lines age) whom you consider popuar b-'xln champion,
tn M.anu for expc. among the people ol her makes a sensational acting debut
PLUS fore for area, we will make a photo of In the role of "J1m." the runaway
her for this contest, absolutely slav In "The Adventure of
SIDNEY POITIER Muwnt Holmes u lire to be used at this studio. Hucklrbrrry Finn. Mt"t.ro-O Id-
bane of his surer, :
Moi.ut .v J342 Yes HOb dollar that. customer wyn-Msynr film version of Mark
spends fur pictures, be win rev bet wed daeee. Huck Is
It'. a real bigtzeetkJnCft One of the first cetv a ticket. marked 100 votes. Vin's by 13-yesr-oM Eddie
to volunteer, fer \. The customers will view the con Hodges. The picture opened Sunday
iHaDylWIU.W4 the studio aDd at the CapWol Theatre
Miami How** t uau' photos at ,
.f service (in write Uw name if the contestant
!I A.YI'E11)Ulfl'SM con yean ni>UH!* rit' + whom M wishes to vote for on j, Vacation Time is
the baek of the ticket and drop
service and ag j I
-tfieboij type of w,*fc .*... ttte ticket in the ballot box which Here Again
ITM'OL u 1Qcak'd' at the studio i I Mrs Tillle Allen, popular owner -
The two young women receiving .', B Studio, 1043
of Tilt ity
and theLaughing Jk>ime tws e& the greatest number of votes N3m snnouncrs the closing
inlere Ufl, tour 20 will sve
by SptmU r each bglvo
of her beauty shop for its
Army and hw 88f, abe lately free, a 10 pose
b) ualy a very afeum of herseif. | twweek summer vacation. Beginning
Monday. Aug. I, the
cuuetry. ll.. mea v AW any person speeding $3.04rf sh i t the ntv.ee tx < more for pictures can nunu-. T\tfo4rtay. Aug. 16. The entire staffeTTfiw

i i 'IiFk-':'_"' bofore Wuiid War the United H ire rate I..r the any contest young, woman by: simply be writing desires'! efTieieAtly. a dVsire and as to serve courteously you .*

.. .... .. .t imp BiaatltBg too rime of that. on the
A M11anw0 I eio e Ar a..ra .r.esrsaKrrtasr person upon Its return tn bustneas, as it
....lWIIa--. AWAJ'WIfOLIlgltall' baa* a' IX 4Ate back of ticket marked 500 votes' served jmu .hi the past.
our w t Nkh will be him. I
European tfcoaUes : i Mrs. TItHe Alien, prop.
served in -
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awaMinc a future Contestant's Name ..._.._ .--.--.--I-- LI 1
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AAVDNDERR1LEXCITEMENT A month Uen ladder he became very ,llire"I Name of Beauty Shop .r Manager _..__. I.._.... ...,......

Class. After that Bring of mall this to: J. f. DEAL STUDIO
WORLD OF Btcal Set and .
r ,_ wliich rank he has 107 N.W. 2nd Are, Miami Je, Fl.rld' -Phons FR 4.1014

:?B past 17 years.- -N N.M

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While appearing on Miami NO MONEY DOWN

Bethune-Cookman College Beach. at Hotel Deauville with hit BUILD ON YOUR LOT I
glittering revue "Smart Affairs- NOW
Choreographer Larry Steele purchased in Dade call OX 1-4505

-- Daytona Beach The executive NAACP memberships for Broward County
his entire trooo of 19
committee of the Board of WA 2.9411
Trustees and the faculty-staff I But purchase of NAACP mem- Write Percy Hepburn
reviewed and approved the Immediate bershfc: for the current cast ol
and long range development "Smart Affairs" Is mining new
-- plans of Bethune-Cookman for Mr. Steele.' lie does It annually -!
College. i i, In a letter to NAACP national 871 NW 7th Street

William IL Goroon of Goman headquarters this week' Mr Hallandale Fla.
Investing Your Money Associates Architect Finn, presented Steele said: "I am pe atnally I (formerly of Nassau Bah.)

the long range Master paying this amount for their L ....... .......
memberships so as tJ acquaint
I Plan of the campus development.
Dy PAUL GIBBON 2. Business there Is never a In calling for the plans. President them :with the Importance of the Advertise! It Pays!
organization. J am In hopes that
guarantee when a business of any Richard V. Moore said
The only kind of money mod kind starts that It will be sues, Tfau State deserves and must
of us are interested in Is the. kind cessfuL It will depend on the. nave an Institution cX higher
we can spend and that is food ability of the managementAt I learning, not only independent
old U S. hard currency.' So actually this point the picture looks bat: also thoroughly devoted to For Results in One Visit- -See

there is only one kind ofmone'l pretty dark u far u our makingany excellence, to high quality in MADAM MARS
the kind which wt can '
money Is concerned because: students faculty programs and
exchange or trade for the. foods Guaranteed Investments as a !facilities." m; SPIRITUAL MEDIUM
or services we want. rule don't provide any appreciable -
But there are TWO kinds of gain. Ibe repair and renovation of
DOLLARS Fixed or guaranteed Non-guaranteed Investments Cuokman HalL a boys' dormitory MOST CONSULTED READERIN
dollars or flexible dollars on are "too risky. T at the cost cf $81,012 is now underway SOUTH FLORIDA-WARNS OF
which a return is not guaranteed. Next week HI try to clear the and will be completed on
This is the subject of our discussion air a little, u we talk some more or before Sept. 1. Other projectsare

this week. about money. : Renovation of College Chapel Ne matter what your HOPE. FEAR or TROUBLE may b. e h.
There are only three ways of 156,420; new 12 room classroom
accumulating money. )u-ldifig with offices, language can and will help you. Sfcc gives true and never falling advice
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the possibility of growth in valut SOCIAL SECURITY music rooms $316,800; new stuknt health. busmen changes, wills, deeds, mortgages, law .suits lost
like real estate or a business. < Union Building $199,000; 1m-f': .r stolen articles, hidden treasures.
2. By getting earnings on money t>rovcment of Faith Hall $685001
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July 24, 1893 Charles S. John SAUDI, ARABIAOn and the remainder were brought' NATIONAL CLUB
son, noted sociolr-gist and first back to be beheaded by a Negrr
PUN PHUN Negro president of Fisk University the International front today executioner in front of the Pal- WOMEN TO
born In Bristol, Va. we have some strange and ace, as a warning to other slaves
fly rUII, OSOrEItToday's distressing news from London what would happen if they escaped. 1,500

... Grant July 23 elevated], ISM -trm:Ulysses combat S. where the House of Lords has NEW YORK
heard" charges that the United
general' to full general Well, I wxjnder: why non
as resultof Just
States '
is where
subject Cuba condones slavery in Saudi-
we find. victorious leadership of Union Arabia and other regVtis where of this m**. ever gets in to the NEW YORK Dr. Mordeca)
forces during Civil War. the oil fields American press or is heard on any W. Johnson, president-emerltus
are by
this other radio program except this of Howard University and the
Unbridled July 20, 1847 Liberia, first country. one? Yet it was cotalned in a Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King,
Beside all-Negro republic in Africa, declares chairman of the Southern Chris
Viscount' Maugham said that regular report of the British Par-
America its Independence.July there was a huge traffic In slavesin bent by the London Times on Uan Leadership Conference head

If the Reds really get started in 27, 1953 Fighting ceasesn Africa and that the biggest i July 15.The a list of some one d>zen national

Cuba, Cuba will end up in tnd Korean conflict during which market was In Saudi Arabia question of slavery. In Africa personalities who will be featured
at the 3tnd biennial
lull scale integration was inaugurated where there are half a million coaven-
I in \J3. armed forces. slaves and /where the Arabian- : is paramunt at this time lion of the NatK ul Association
I understand some Cubans look' American Oil Company is ths when the western work is Intervening of Colored Women's Club which
upon Castro u a liberator, liberating -I' Jalys, 1856 Negro armed chief CT\luccr Of wealth for the for its own safety in the begin at the Park Sheraton Hotel
his people from liberty.In I troops made .Tidal part of U.S slave owners. Congo. If American dollars art Saturday July 30. The meeting
Army by act of Congress beings for slaverythe which continues
pawed The said Lord buying human through August t
Cuba, Castro on this date. company weht to be 5, fat
loyalty to a Maugham "wields' considerable American people expected to attract some
called Fidel-Ity. influence In Washington and the .nformed. According to the revelation 1.500 delegates of NACWC afftU-
July 1863
30 Henry Ford m the Howe of Lords ate in 41 states and the District.
In the capital of Cuba, tM7'reJIAV..A father of assembly line in manu-i I British Foreign office does nM slaves Include thousands of of Columbia.
A hectic time. facture of aut.mobile and one of, want to errtbarr the' g vrrnmcnt "- ,Ilk-young children, who throughout
Those Cubans who have !switch first to pay Negro workers of Britain's strongest' ally. their lives now are completely Dr. John n, who retired In
ed loyalties: from Castro because! salaries for commensurate t"Q\Ul'l His Lordship, wtn i* an expert the property of their Arab June after 34 years as presidentof
of hi* communistic leaninja mightbe born. on Arabian affairs, said hrIh.td Sheiks wh* have bought their H ward, will deliver the con
called Castro convertibles. July 31, 1881 Slavery ab.A- in Tlmbucktoo this year and with dollars paid by the ArabIanArch vents-11 keynote address at 239
ihed in Fg t.COSMETICS. then moved to the Sahara, where
I i lean Oil Co. It seems to meithi p.m. King will receive -
I take 11 for granulated that he bought a slave from his Tua is still Frances Speaking) the Gertrude Reese Hicks
those little squares of sugar will reg master t'T' thirty-seven that if no white newspaper ospuUt.eiaas Trophy during the organization's
disappear from American' dining pounds ten shillings (about a : will take uv the fight award banquet 8 pjn. Thursday
tables new that we're stopped hundred dollars). IHs name was for these unfortunate slaves
buying Cube-an sugar.I AiM Ibrahim and he was 20 years old then their brothers in America Others who will be cited during
Miami Time. Newspaper Lord Maujham said he freed' I should do so. What dees the the banquet include Uf* &ca&oiftooaeveU
hear that Castr. is going to Ibrahim who now lives and work NAACI' say about this? CbrteUae DavM, ad.
be quieter from now OIL Sheathe in Thnbucktto.Western I miRiatrative assistant to Cuntresaman -
United State: quit buying Call YUkon 3-5681 goods Cadillacs William Dawson (D,
sugar from Cuba he wont have I "" .\:\Iw'Kl canned foods refrigerators and I 111.); and Carmel Carrlngte
to raise& so much cane. s/1t1. 1 radios have. undermined the Brownsville I Ii Marr. adviser to UN Ambaatadot
old sanctions if Koran law and Henry Cabot Ldge.I .
Cuba's new trade treaty with
I demoralizing the Arab
Red China in which the Reds will are i Improvement Ass'n I
world. went Lord this
on Maugham The theme of year's con-
send rice and oil. as well as furnish J. B. SMITH
Another I d Shackle- I
Lord >< vention. which marks the 4th: anniversary
whole factories to Cuba ELECTRICSERVICE t.n, asked the government what 2741 N.W. 49th St. of the founding of the
might get her to change vet step would be taken' to end thb .UUO-member NACWC. will t*
from raising sugar cane to chopsticks t Intolerable usurpation f the Regular meetings 1st and -No FroUert for Women aM
The factories will undoubtedly rights of human being. lie said 3rd Monday nights of each Youth" The theme *W be de- 1
l manufacture communistic Electrical Contractor there was evidence that African : month. Membership drip veol\aptod l Hi a aeries of workshopsand
propaganda. HOUSEWIR1NG Musk-ma were hiring servants tcgo I It............ Dr. Haaa L
---- -- to Mecca with them and then I now on. All residents of'' firagg ** Detroit, national president
'Don't cuss Call us" were selling them in Mecca, as a I Brownsville invited to join I of the organization, will pr*>
Registration Begins Aug. 15 i sort \ f human travelers' check f t.de
I PHONE OX 1.3625 Lord Shackleton stated that o! Neal Adams, Pre*.
At Jackson's Toddle Inn 12 slaves who had escaped Id I
W C Bawl, Sec'y
Night or Day I
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Beach-- The execu I NAACP memberships for Broward Bounty
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Trustees and the faculty-staff But purchase of NAACP memberships -j Write Percy Hepburn
reviewed and approved the Immediate : for the current cast ot
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The only kind of money most kind starts that it will be successful -i 'Thi State deserves and must
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Our Past This Week 'I


July 24, 1893 Charles S. John SAUDI, ARABIAOn sad the remainder were brought NATIONAL CLUB
son noted sociologist and first back to be beheaded by a Negrc
PUN PHUN Negro president of Fisk University the International front today executioner in front of the Palace WOMEN TO
born In Bristol Va. we. have some strange and as a warning to other slave
sty PHIL O soriitToday's distressing news from London what would happen If they escaped. DRAW 1,500 TO
July 25, 1866 Ulysses S. where the House of Lords has .
.... Grant, elevated] frm: combat heard I
charges that the United
general to full general as result States Well, I just winder why non
subject Is Cuba, here condones slavery in Saudi-
find. of victorious leadership of Union Arable and other or this nit ever gets in to the NEW YORK Dr. Mardeca
we f.vees during Civil War. the oil fields controlled regkns when American prIM or is heard on any W. ,Mu son, prvstdeot-emeriUiS
Communism this are by other radio program except this of Howard University and the
Unbridled July 26, 1847 Liberia, first country.Viscount one? Yet it was otalned In a Rev Dr. Martin Luther King.
Beside all-Negro republic!' In Africa declares Maugham said that regular report of the British Parliament chairman of the Southern Chris
AmericaIf its Independence.July there was a huge traffic In stoves by the London Times on tian Leadership C Conference heada

the Reds really jet started In 27, 1953 Fighting ceasesn in Africa and that the biggest C July IS.The list of some one d-wen national
Cuba, Cuba will end up in the Korean conflict during which market was In Saudi Arabia question of slavery in Africa personalities who will be featured
at the 3 nd biennial
lull scale where there are half a million coavent4oa *
red. Integration was Inaugurated -
tf paramwnt at this lima
slaves i of the NatMnal Association
in MS armed forces. and (where the Arabian-
I understand some Cubans look American Oil Company is the when the western world is Intervening of Colored Women's Clubs which
upon Castro u a liberator. 18>er- July 2a, lug Negro armed chief rr\lucer of wealth for the I for its. own safety inh.. begins at the Park Sheraton holes
sting his pecpfe from liberty.In troops made Ticial part of US slave owners. Congo If American dollars arc Saturday, July 30. The meeting
Army by act of Congress passed The ," said Lord buying human beings for slavery which continues through August
Cuba, loyalty to Castro if on this date. Maugham company"wields. considerable' the American people aught to'b.aformed 5, U expected to attract *om.
ca.]Jed Fldd-lty. July 30, 1863 influence In Washington and the I ; According: to the revelations 1,500 delegates of NACWC affiliate
Henry Ford
in the House of Lords in 41 states and
the District
In the capital of Cuba, they're father of assembly line In manu-I British Foreign office does n<* I the slaves include thousands: of of Columbia.Dr .
IIAV-A-.VA hectic time. facture of auUtnebllcs and of want to embarrass the g VPTTI-
one uf young children, who throujtHAil
Those Cuban who !have switched Ant to pay Negro workers equal ment of Britain's strongest ally '' their live now are completelythe Johns n, +who retired la
salaries for His Lordship, wh is an expert 'I'
loyalties: from' Castro because property ofbelr Arab June after 34 years as presidentof
bees i < on Arabian affairs said he .. II,ward, will deliver the
of his commuBtetic lenlfl* might I sa.e. wh have bou&hthen con
be called' Castro convertible" July 31, 1841 Slavery abo4fohcd lived in Timbucktoo this year and with dollars paid by the Arabian. venUin keynote address at 230:
in Fgt. then moved to the Sahara, wherehe Amciican OU Co. It seems to mtthu < p.m. Monday.. Dr. King will re
1 take it for translated' that bought a stave from his Tua is still Frances Speaking) reive the Gertrude Reese locks
those Ultle squares of sugar will -c. reg muter tcthlrt1I ytn 1 that if no white newspaper otpolk Trophy during the organization's
d': trAm American dining pounds ten shilling (about a awards 8
apiwar COSMETICS ;ctaas will take u| the fight banquet pjn Thursday
tables now that were stepped hundred buying Cube-an sugar AIM Ibrahim and he was 20 years old then their brothers in America Others who will be eHd during
Miami Times NewspaperCall Lord Mauflham said he freed I should do so What does the the banquet include Mrs. Eleanor
I bear that Catr is going te Ibrahim who now lives and work NAACP say about this? Roosevelt, Christine Davit, admlniatrattve .
be quieter from now oo. Sine in Thnbucktco. I assistant to On*
the United State quit buying YUkon 3.5681 "Western goods Cadillacs *reamai William Dawsen (D,
sugar from Cuba, he wont have ,' I)04"'C canned' foods refrigerators and, 111.); and Camel CarriagtaiMarr.
to raise so much cane. '- --... radios have undermined tM Brownsville advisor to UN Ambassadoi
old sanctions of Koran .law and
Henry Cabot Z>,Je.
trade with
Cuba's new treaty
-' '- -
I are demoralizing the Arab
China in which the Reds will 1 Improvement AsVn
world, went on Lord Maugham The theme of this year's convention -
send rice and oil. as well M furnish J. B. SMITH I
Another Lord Lard Shaekletn ( which marks the 4th anniversar -
whole factories to Cuba ELECTRICSERVICE asked the government what. 2741 N.W. 49th St. I of the founding of the
might get her to chante eves step would be taken to end thb I I IU MMinembr NACWC. will t*
from raising sugar cane to chopsticks t intolerable usurpation t the Regular meetings 1st and "No Fo miss for Women ana
The factories will undoubtedly right of human bein**. He said 3rd Monday nights of each Youth The theme sift be dfteiutwd
manufacture coeunun- Electrical Contractor there was evidence that African I month. Membership driv.j' in a aeries of workshops
tstic propaganda. HOUSEWIRING Moslem were hiring servants tcXo and dtMtMstoM. Dr. Rasa L
- -- to Mecca with them and then I now on. All residents of I II Crags rd Detroit national presl
I 'Don't cuss Call us" Mere selling them in Mecca, as II I Brownsville invited to join i dent of the orfaaUtation. will -
Registration Begins Aug. 15 sort if human travelers' check ,I side!
I PHONE OX 1-3625 Lord Shackleton stated that ot Neal l Adam, Pf...
At Jackson's Toddle Inn 12 slaves who had escaped lit
I W C Bawl, S.c',
Night or Day
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1960 loving memory of my beloved -I DEATHS Mrs. Minnie I. McLeod died
husband. July 22 In the hcme of her

daughter, Mrs., Homilee Hunter
3U8 NW 60th st Other survivors

CARDS MEMORIALS Francis Include three sons, two sUtrrs, a
brother and seven grandchildrenShe
--- was sent to Summerton S.c
3 sns
Moss 1317
Services for Isaac July 27 for final rites
I CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF THANKSThe NW 5th court (who died July 14
were held on Wednesday, July 20at Mrs. Ira M. WllHams cf 32C
fame of the late 10:30 a-m. at St. Agnes with NW 4th st who
the family of the late l.Y Hallandale. was
Yen. John E.
MRS. SUsAN ADAMS MRS. EVA KELLY an accidental drowning victim on
take Uus roetnod ol expresslnj wishes to express their thanks, Is survived by his wife, July 21, was funeralized July 27
Maude Miss
sincere appreciation to ours and appreciation to the many a grand daughter at 2 pm. at the Church of God
many friends and relatives f o > friends for their kindness shown Myrtle. Jones. Interment was In Haltandafe, Elder E. Price pastor
their kind hospitality during out during the hours of bereavement Evergreen. She is survived' by her hus-
recent bereavement. Toanks for your many telegrams band, Eugene four children,
letters cards, flowers, refresh- Services for Mrs. Annie Stirrup her parents. Burial was In Hal-
Special thanks to the Benton ments and all other kind gestures of 435 NW 11th ten, apt. 2. ndale Cemetery.
Funeral Home the Hollywood f sympathy. who died July 14 in Key Largo,,
Church of God Choir Hallandale I was held July 21 at 3 pm. at ML Herbert Edward Rogers, 19-
Chorus and many thanks for cards Special thanks to the directorand Olivette with Rev. L C. Mickins m' nth-old son of Rev.' and Mrs
of CwCdoiences, floral pieces and personnel of the Range Funeral In charge. Survivors Include a G. W. Rogers of 14401 NW 20th
telegrams. May God richly bless Home for their most efficient son William Dullard, a granddaughter arc. Opa Locks died In Variety
everyone of you. service and to the Rev. P Annette Carter, a Children's Hospital July 24. Besides -
John H. Adams husband S. 8t-\\"n and members of the great granddaughter. Intermentwill his parents he Is survivedby
And FamilyCARD Mt. Tabor Baptist Church for I be in Lincoln Cemetery. four sisters two brothers
their very kind gesture and ser
Arrangements are incomplete.
OF THANKSThe vices. Again thanks to everyone George Louis Delaney of 1331

for everything., I PERCY G. WILLIAMSwho NW Sth aye.. died at his home
family of the late The Kelly Family departed this life August July 15. Services will be conducted F. A. BURROWS'
MRS. CHRISTINE NATHAN 1958. 1'1 on Saturday. July 23 al JewelersYOU
2 pm. frcm Temple Baptist
DORSEYwish Gone but not forgotten.
to express their thanks and CARD OF THANKSThe No one knows stew much I miss Church with Rev. L. A. Thompson RREAK'EMWE
appreciation to the many friends you. No one knows tM bitter painI've officiating. Surviving are his FIX 'EM RIGHT
for kindnesses shown during family of the late suffered since I lost 700. j I parent a brother, three sisters 2 818 .N.W. 3rd Avenue
MRS. LUTIE PEARSONof aunts. Interment was held at
of bereavement.
Stamford, C'nn-scticut, who Life has never been the sane, Lincoln.
Special thanks to the directorand died on June 27, wishes to thank In my heart your memory lingers FOR RENT
personnel of the Range Funeral effl- friends and neighbors for their sweetly tenderly fond and true. Thomas Benjamin of 560 NW

Home for their most andmembers visas cards tb wen, telegrams, No day ever passes, my dear ODe 15th st, died on July 20 at Mt 1-Bedroom
civet services. Rev. Bishop AME and all ether kindnesses shown that I don't think of you but Sinai hupttaL Services will beheld Apartment
Church, the various boards ofMoami Sadly missed by wife, Mrs chapeL He Is survived by his ADULTS ONLY
Greater Bethel AM.E Church Again thanks to everyone foe Lois R. Williams wife. Intermnt will be in Lincoln
and Rev. J. B. BlacknellPaynes Palm everything. May God sustain and Mrs. Saphln Taylor sister Orchard Villa Patio Apt.

.f Beaeh for his Chapel very kind West gesturesand each. keep' Miss everyone Corine of Thomas you and I Mrs. Dorothy Thomas daughter DrucUla Davis of 425 NW 13th 5815 N.W. 12th Are.
services. May God Mrs. Dens T. Goodman. it. apt. 2 died in Jackson Hospital See caretaker
of ycu. sisters IN MEMORIAMIn co July 20. Funeral arrangeme&ta Apt. 7
The Family
are incomplete.: Surviving

sad but loving memory of are her parents
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn I our dearly beloved toe, the late ..
Baby Girl Boyd Infant daughter -

Mrs. Gladys Perkins widow loving memory of of our of Eddie and Josephine Boyd Sure it'. unimprovedand
dear husband and father. died July 17 In Jackson Hospital -
.f the late Frank L. Perkins wish 11 on has no roads
will be
Services and
to thank their relatives .
friends: for the many courtesies held July 22. You certainly don't

extended her. during her recent \ I.' expect to buy

bereavement.To improved land
cards of Seniors .
those who sent .
sympathy, telegrams, flora this low, low pricee

pieces' and dnated the use of I iI Funeral services for Mattie _
their cars a special thanks. I : Jones of 2142 Washington ave. -
Opa Locks .-h> died July 25
She also wishes to acknowledgewith I after being stricken in church COLLIER COUNTY
deepest gratitude the kindness will be held July 30 at Triumph
of Rev. K. D. White his. Church in Opa Locka with Elder
pastor of Bethel AME: Church Prince Mobtey officiating She is 2Y ACRES
Willie Ward for his sole; Rev A I survived by her husband Jessie,
F. Hooper pastor of Cornish Me- four children.
merlal AME Zk n Church; Mrs I Only $395
Ernestine Welters florist, and the The body of George Oliver oc
Allen Funeral Home for their Princeton who died' July 24 will
splendid services rendered I be shipped to Tifton Ga. when $10 down
May God bless you one aDd all Anal rites will be held. lie"

Key West Fla. I survived by his mother Susie! $10 per month

two sisters
Graveside enrice far the Infant -

the family of the late r son of Mr. and Mrs!. Rosccoc 5 Acres $695
Williams of 3200 NW 47th st
held Thursday with the Rev
i was
C C. McOary officiating.
who departed this life on July 27. f $15 month
4 U$t. Gvne, but not forgotten. I Ruth E. Cash wife
Range -e
James, Charles, Clarence.

1 sons FLORIDA PEDICAN Mrs. NanneUe Greer Devcne oi FREE
Bessie Demerit Gloria
I who was called to the Great Beyond 14200 Carver Drive, Richmond Title Insurance
Jane Shirley on July 29, 1954.. Heights, died July 20 in the
Maud Dorothy, daughters' Then said they unto film Who Army Hospital Ft Leosardwood Free Warranty Deed
II grandchildren and a host art thou that we may give an Mo. She was. a member of BetheJ No Interest
of other relatives
and friend* answer to them that sent us. What, Baptist Church of Itichm:nd Its I No Closing Costa
sagest thou of thyself lie said I I and had served as Worthy Matronof No
4. am The Voice of one crying lathe the Bethune Chapter of the taxes til l paid for
IN MEMORIAMIn wilderness make straight the Order of Eastern Star. Services.
way of the Lord as said the Prophet were held July 25: in Bethel Baptist Come in and see us

loving man ry of our deal Ksalas. Church with Rev. R. L or send your $10

mother, sister and grandmotherthe May the rest in peace and may Roas officiating Burial was la deposit If not 100%
late light perpetual shine upon her Paradise Memorial. Gardens
w "'W u." 30
The Family She is survived by a son, Sgt
John T. Oiiom four brothers days we shall refund

; Willie H. Charles E, Steward your depoaitSUNRIDGE
i THE INCARNATION and John Nelson Greer; a sister

(Episcopal) Mrs. Syiene Greer Burnley an ACRES
? a aunt and three uncles.
ISM rf.W. S4th
-- w fit 927 Lincoln Road
Father E. S. Clarke Jr, vicar
ISAAC MOSS The services at the church: : Infant Presley, daughter, ol ROOM 111
wish to ackn-*wled:e our sin r'. have been changed to the following Mr. and Mrs Harry Presley died
cere thanks for the kindness and schedules I July 22 in Jackson Hospital Miami Beach, JE 2.2481

sympathetic consideration extended Sung Mass til Graveside services were held In

to us during his recent pass- 1 Church School _- -_- -.......,. IctOO Lincoln: Memorial Cemetery
Ing. Our sincere thanks to friends: Jr. ETC Meeting 030
neighbors and relatives for cards Sr. EYC Meeting ........,..,., too ----- --------
telegrams and the beautiful floral Evensong too

pieces. We acknowledge with .........
gratitude the service conductedby 1ti
Father John E. diner of St
Agnes I&iscopal Church, and his r f"J.y .ur tinllng lUau a4

kind words of encouragement We ChepeThere's

alto thank the Francis Funeral airway somethingCooltin'
Home for its kind and thoughtful
services thanks also to Mr and atUniversity

Mrs. Cyril Tynes John Rolle and Cafe Q t3 =
Cleo Tynes who came over from
Nassau Bahamas' for the funeral Augustus and Willie Mae Cproprletare ....,! In aI
May God bless each and everyone ---

of MRS. ELSADA DAMES We Specialize In Tasty reeds
f yrs. Maud Most, wife McCLOUD JI'.a. -
Miss Myrtle Jones granddaughter who departed this life on July 5801 N.W. 22nd Arm.
Z9. 1938.
NE 4-8110 learnt: C AlKRT: FUMM a.a.1tltl
One great granddaughter May she rest In peace.
and a foster lOA McCloud Family N.W, litij Anew -OX H"l

4'.1 fti'i-; ,..a .

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Broward I SATURDAY, JULY ;30, 1960 PACE 13 I

; County: t
cb&1nnan.)1rs. Harrison Stra- ST. MARY'S C. W. M.
Newsy $1The chan wishes to thank ail the
members and friends for their Dro. E. A. Cukner, pastor
It7 assistance. Mrs. S. Dawkins reporter
I Sunday School _- 9:43
Iewe The PTA of Carver Ranches. Morning worship ..- 11:00
will hold its 3rd annual Men and Ercninf devotion ,.."....,..., 730

--........ Women Day program July 31 at I Sunday School was opened
Gethsemane Baptist Church at > by the Supt. M. Worthy The
-1 CWll Chamber of Commerce pjn. A special request Is extended lemon wan reviewed' by Bro.
LOST ON VIRGINIA BEACH meets Monday Auf. 1 at to the men to( attend this very Burns
Sunder July 24. a c*lr of boy FOR RENTROOM. the building on 44th are. and Important event. Our Sunday School conventionwill
21st at.. Carter Ranches. AU Maxie Sands and Mrs. Jewell
black frame eye flashes. If the Very nice' Private home, convene in Key West July
finder will please call OX 1-31W reasonable gentlemen. NE 5- m. members'!' are asked to be preeat *- Yerby are cha1tmeJ1.ROBINSON'S. 27 thru the 1st. Buses will leave

and receive a reward. the church at 5 pjn.. For further
NEWLY DECORATED furnished Informotlon call Albert
Carey at
MOMS Gay Jr.. and his wife
FREE FREE FREt apartment hot water, modern FR 36311.
1 New bcyli or girl bicycle, conveniences. Enclosed yard. NW boy Nancy who are the parents of a baby Air Morning devotion was led by
free with every new 21-Inch TV, 58th st and 8th aye Call II:.. last was.-edt.born at Meenocsilloapltal the pastor. We had a visiting minister
sold before August d. Call D48SL Hubert. FR 44234. Adults only ASSOCIATESFast frctn the Bahamas, the Rev.
'f t Alter 7 pin NE 4-1087. A8 Samuel Pinder. He preached
John Ltd has Safe
dropped in and Economical
REPAIRS AND FOR SALE several' times at the Bo-re's Modernistic CHARTERAIR -
Barber Shop. lie has been'
MINOR ALTERATIONSNo PLANE SERVICE music. Miss Phyllis Ferguson was
Job too Small STRICTLY FOR MEN teachlnc in Murfreeaboro. Tenn. organist and A. Carey director.

Call Fell Taylor Send name and address for tree for teaching the past In ten Dade years.County He, plans this Negro Pilot No. 1 junior ushers served.
188 N.W. 3rd Street Information on confidential product Evening devotion was led by
year. Welorme home Mr OwnedWe
Lord. Negro
A20 Box 3133 West Hollywood, the pastor. He preached from Hebrews -
Fla. J10 12th chapter "The Christian -
KEEP CHILDREN IN MY HOME Yours Truly left for Nassau Fly Anywhere Race." The male chorus
$100 daily Practical nurse on BUSINESS LOT. Located ta last Sunday morning at 9 by 3 to 4 person or group furnished music. No. 2 ushers
dutr Dig yard big! hie. Clara Carver Ranches business section. Mackey Air Lines Ft. Lauderdale of 28 T4.hour service an yed.
Boo!wart'. 2229 NW 60th it. NE For further Information can OX and returned Thursday at 8t ochedule
4673. A6 14807. no 6:30 pjn. He was guest' of his your own
cousin C. V. Johnson and family
TELEVISION NOT WORKING COMPLETELY FURNISJrED CBS For further 'Information HINorth. 1WO 4-DOOR Super Bulck. Excellent
Have It repaired on credit Pay 2 bwitwn. living room dinette, The Woman's Day program at '. Travel Agency motor and body in very
weekly, your credit Is always good kitchen and carport Reasonable Wrctminsier Baptist Chumh,, 1104 NW 3rd Ave FR t77t rood condition. Sold by owner.
with us. All work guaranteed.Call down payment 1463 NW 57th st Rer N. Sean, castor was a A real bar:aln! $150. Call PL
NE 4-8238. wonderful success. The general, -38SI..

IN CARVER RA. tES. L o t", ___h' :: "--'_ .
WANTEDHELP 16 and 17. bl-ck 51. lot 9. block ---- -

23.: Eeach lot Is 50x143. Reasonable -

CAWASfilWS for WANTED a wonder pro- price OX 18924.

duct In demand, no competition.4ft1 DUPLEX Unfurnfathed. Low down KING OF HEARTS CLUB

commission. Must be pre- parment" 1720 NW 50th St NE
seniab TOUAC ladv. Car essential -
4-12M. By owner
PL 8-0241 Call '-11 am

'KKIKNCED beauty operator E-FLAT 1475 NW BASS 67th st HORN OX I-O347.and stand FBI SAT SUN JULY 29-30-31
(0' Bird's Beauty Salen 1230 NW
3"'tJt: FR 4-9704 Mrs. Sarah GOOD SMALL RESTAURANT
Ifc-vd Prop. *! f Now operatlnr Fully equipped I

1.800 745 NW 62nd st


Rent !. The Lowest 23rd ave Phone NE 33811.
We have the nicest apartments
4190 NW 32nd Ave NURSERYSelling UNTOUCHABLE"
ROOMS. For dean neatly tt-- Out
nlhf'd! moms nil Smith Room Plants of all kindA.
Ing Hous FR ...ss. a* OX Kelly PHIL HARRISYour
1-5343. 1009H NW tad are.
indf OX 1-0547 I r
1475 N.W. 67th St. Matter of Ceremonies
"m iris 1D EffWenrr. None

hatter All titlHM- Near bus, MIAMI BOY WINS :
e 1W+'nr 4190 NW 32nd ave.

FI'R"l15l'm' weekly rooms. SIC SLOGAN CONTEST Sam Moore & Dave PraterMIAMI'S
d.'tb'.. tit 50 jrfnrV Mae's Guest Little Harold]
IlnuM' 2170 Washington ave. Miller e-Yf'&r1|

rfd son of Mrs]
au Ail ft

\R 45660. 245 NW 13th'&"Oft'1J8It1nt'tlon .twcen'T ] '-r nr' r $H P Willie Lee Mack

ROOM Slnaie I or couple or small : m s .
fTT ', ....rc my home. Apply 'nca: slogan cm- : sae ,t Sultry Singing Sensation
rs vw Wth st NE 5-1820i '
... stet sponsored I Ie
-- Sv M\tf"f'\ Softer] .....
e I!
rcw da Inc ojHiae Eloise Forman
NW 69th Tern, call NE '- 203. '
h young HAROLD w a
t+\ttTfAt..t..Y RTRNTS1I1 Ef- Miller entered the "Mister Slee | Popular Recording Star
Safrt Slogan: contest" by sii>- .
f'e'; ?v* *'Mv4m"nt 196 NW 60th H
c. Call NE 3-C203. m.'tr.nc! : a span of his own ere- 'i
4'.onrfLM'h: to h!I and others
1 Vanilla Williams
\a only 1081 NW ls* surprise his si can not only was tamon. s
i91 Cal ffw 4 pin PL 8-41M .' the winners in the local I
- '*1 HHWi contest but H ha been sent up to t S Shake Dancer Supreme
have choice 1-bedroom f" cnrn-"" .ny't national head \ '
py", >II st 524 VW 22n4 St. and quarters to comprte in the nai t
2g4S 'w 48.h St 11m No. 24 H na! contteit' for a national \ Music by

PS M dev*r FR 9-3576. .. award t
7v-: Mere than a thousand persons \ W. C. Baker's Bands
FtTRVfSTTTTD one-%>e Lane living room Dinette.- All ttf' ennt."* 1ft' valwWe awards IVounr
modern. Nice large yard. Adaltsor Mill* .... tnwiiFrrd in his i
with a b Hr. 729 NW ft3tb ,,' nn h. WMfrf" n.Rev and his Featuring
Terr MU 1-0323. fir."fts"... but txvth declare that
ty.;..at"n the Idea was all his Clara Jay
r**'"1.Y FURNTfnTED 2 rooms n '" '. a t* rh"r In the nubile
w$s att conveniences: quiet 1223VW .,.$"v,. .rtte-I .'x! Mrs Miller is Terrific Blues Singer
Mth StFURNWHED r ,mn'wrl b. ITrri Products.' I

ROOM 'wit, telehne FIRST UNITARIAN .
r OX 1-1877. 1529 NW 67t j-# -
.. at 11 sun
St r (')- cnna In'v 31 '
''.'. n... v.thantet 1 'J1'1at. wanrnir' -
"rr OOM. Private entrance.M4 I..,.- '*-* nf *h.' First Unl.n Big Special ShowBeginning
VW life Stapt 5. FR ..,. Currh' w411 seeak oval
Peire'tinn "M C' v.
1-4'3 CaU Sundays and evenIn -
August 4 once
.,nn.ft 1ft A" Tn thirA Thursday ,
... of -.oft aele+reattes' rm this a month produced and directed by
CTLtwr' FOR a clean furntaa- ,.J,4.e'_ Mr La riot -...11 prev-nt The Untouchable" Phil Harrlo..
OX 1-4864, 1556 NW 62nd Terr. h.4.f hl..sr4t... .ketch nf then SAM MOORE AND DAVE PRATERFor
Ali nMh'.- anA a basic 'Imtn -'
,.41" M t- ittnr tl ,..1irinn1I" Reservation Call PL 8-2339 Jack Corbitt Admission 50c
3-A 3-BEDTtOOM CBS home 1400 *
NW 73rd at. Call agent FR -- ----- The Untouchable" Phil Harris presenta every Wednesday night his .
4-6723. Seen by appointment F. A. RIIRROWS'i.welen

only. indf Original Big Amateur and Professional Hour '

APT FOR RENT- 2272 NW 58thst 818 NW. 3r>l Avenue 3 CASH PRIZES
NE 4-3759. One bedroom ewn-" YOU BREAK 'EM
pVtev furnished with all utflitiej .
-- --'- -
Wf r\X\ fM RIGHT
week. '
p$4. No children. $18



.. '"

Summer Program at PAGE 14 "" MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1960 fro

MrUn, ,
actMtie erbeinf ere
and exciting
enjoyed In the fummer ,

One?m.of the most enjoyable was Ju Giat
the sprinkler party to Uch a J
Jane number of the Oa aP*rtteipated. GRAND OPENING '
Many of the children S<'
donned their bathing gulta and in
enjoyed runnlnif through and
under the water from the aprlnk- (
of the fact
ler system. Inrlf'W' I
that it Is impossible for au pupIls -

attend Beech in the the the Dixie recreation sprinkler Pool program or party Virginia to ii I Broasted Chicken Dinner TUES. ,S.y.,

quite an inn aUon.
T w 0," wheel 1 parade In which: FREE I
wag.nc. tricycles! bicycles! and Wild' Purchase .f I or More Diiuurs lUG 2
scooters were decorated and rid- CI
den by their owners, was a wonderful WITH COUPON BELOW' .
"K'ff Winers were tricycles

Pawl :Hutchlns Carolyn; scooter Smith:, bicycle Jimmy Bradfhjrr. SOMETHING NEW IN EATING !
Parrot:; skates, Ethylyn
and wagon, Curtis Daily.

winnrs In the were stuffed smallest pet show: Shirley the .A NEW DELIGHT IN TASTE !

Watkins: largest Theresa Edwards -

Other' ;children pretest! who, Theresa brought Payne.peta I "SHERRY'S Corrx-Ouf Service" 1346 N.W. 3rd AvenueI
were Shirley Labon Carolyn
Then. M'nrra' TVsmfrrt, Er-
vine Hodge and Cynthia! Blanford.
Holmes In the the softball scores' were game: Girls with Broflsfed thicken Dinner Cooked To Your Order In 6 MiNutes/ I II

LCE.6; Phyllis Wheatley 7; boys I B
-MI MUt -
Phyllis Wheatley 8. "IT'S SMACKIN' GOOD 1lMrN-r- 1fl1- M--- e-lNMI.M
11111 TRY IT-YOU'LL LIKE IT" I This coupon good for one chicken dinner with II j
purchase of one or more dinners during
A :;knwron ,tl FREE FREE FREE
Mr anrf MJ :> -
Miami were visitors for a week. EXCLUSIVE CARRYOUT SERVICE!! .J.JA
Thy returned home with! happy t 1346 N.W. :Avc.
Tnemork* of all whom thy met _
enjoyab'el' __ 1 /! > /1 S I 1
darin their hcrt but YOU NEVER ATE CHICKEN UNTIL YOU
nt'8 +nn. They were guests at the TASTE OUR FAMOUS TASTE TREAT
May Fair hotel I FAMILY THRILL!
'r.t. Beatrkr Brown also of One half of disjointed GRADEA BOX OF BROASTED CHICKEN
Miami, left Nassau accompanied: !
hf her dettf tw. Mrs. Ruth T.! chicken. All parts (4 pieces) Grade A, all
09 1 LARGE pieces.
Comer. who ha been caring fort Individually cooked to order In $ 79Our
l her dur'.nt: Her wcnt (linens (.n i minutes to a Golden Brown $1 parts 8MACKIN GOOD. cook.to i
the ...,
n mall
with' french fries, french bread, a Golden Drown In only" i
Clarence Biln. has rend one cole slaw. mlnut*.!ll
of the best trawl offices In theRerethrrn
District lie provide
bovine for all kinds of reserratlons. -
real .estate.property management and Famous Broasted Fish PlatterFish

Filets. deliciously cooked to a Golden Brown in 3 minutes. Served 99

a other The Her.product Drexel of Gomez St. Ames, an* with tartar or cocktail sauce, french fries, french bread, and cole slawBroasted
Church returned from Codrlnjf-
ton Of>nee. Barbados, and Durham Platter
Unlrerslty. England to join Shrimp J. J9
the Diocese! of Nassau and the $
Bahamas. Cooked to a Golden Brown in 2 minutes. Served with our delicious
cocktail sauce, french fries, french bread and cole slaw
The Tier. Nell Roach prtest-in-
charm of the Anglican! Church at
Andrm ""I* married at a h I t h Broasted Bucket 'Of Shrimp $1.79 1
nuptial Mass at St. Airne The
ceremony was performed' by the JUMBO SIZE cooked to order in 2 minutes to a Golden Brownserved
ne>Y. Canon M. E Cooper. Cele- with our delicious cocktail sauceBARB.Q ................. .......................... 1 1I
"rant (It chi mays ".ns the Rev I
Canon Addtnrton Johnson; Deacon I
rather Eldon and tub deacn Ribs

Father' Dudley Straehan. Cooked to order in 5 minutes while you wait. the RED MAGIC way $ J 6 9

and served with our specially prepared Bar B. Q. sauce, french fries, .

Strictly For Men french bread, and cole slaw ...................... .................. ....................

Confidential Product

Retails for $3.00 SIDE ORDERS

Excellent repeat business. French Fried Potatoes . 25c
100% profit. Send $2.00 j
I for sample or write for free Cole Slaw, half pint 25c

RENAY Box 3135

Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath
and garage, oak floors, tile
roof, builfin electric kitchen

1354 N.W. 59th St. 7

Open S., p.m. JC 8-1340

We Build No Money

Down I

Comer lot 110x110
Good for 4 units

Cash paid for$3,000 lots or homes Something/#Win Prepared Fowl Service"IT'S

Llctn* d Builder Insurtd

Miami JOIN NAACPMEMBERSHIP Branch NOW! 1346-1348 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-1185 'r


Marian Muldrow, "hainnlf tT11


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1 Mrs. Olive Hammond, Baha'I,I!, (CoafrefaUooal) I SATURDAY, JULY 30, I960 PAGE 15
from Santiago, Chile, who with I Rav. H. C. McDowell paste
Hammond Is touring the' A. E.
Mr. McNeaU reporter 4th
and Mexico will 00';
United States ,
;8k at the Baha'l Center 137 Ronald Adams was the speaker Rev James E. Brown Is paster I lie these to come services. and participate in I

r NW llth ave, a p=a. Sunday, Sunday at the morning worship." Men' Day will be observed at
July 31. Her subject will be The lie and his wife, Judith, are in New Hope Missionary Baptist '

Greatest Event in History." Florida doing summer student Church ail day Sunday, July 31,
Everyone is cordially invited to "lWith/ the Congregational beginning !with Sunday School at 1
attend this meetlnf. Phone Miss Churches. They came from An' 8 a-m. with Deacon J. D. Brown I F
Solomon FR 1-5420 for further dover Newfh Seminary In Mass.' the superintendent In charge,'
information. where they are students. They I assisted by his all male instruc :
were counselors at the A r o n _
'I tors. At 10.30 ajn. the men will
Park where
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev camp our young I assemble in the dining r om of
people' attended.
I the church for the Holy Consecration
William T. Savoy, pastor Friends and visitors are always' services and at 11 aon.
14th Ave. and filth Street welcane at our regular Sunday the morning services will begin

Sunday. School .....-....., WO service at 11 ajn. in the auditorium with the general chairman Deacon -
Morning Service .. ........ 11:00 of the Seventh Day Adventist Vandell I Bovan in charge. t

Westminster Fellowship ,__ fcOO Church School NW 25th Lester C. Albert vtwner; and director '
ave. and 50thTRINITY st of the House of Albert
The fifth annual Woman's Day
Funeral Home _ill be the speaker -
of the United Presbyterian Women C. M. E.
er that hour. |I
of cur church will be observed
At seven we will close out,j
2014 N.W 5th Court p.m
on Sunday, July 31 at the
W. V. Oeary, minister aur men day drive for this year
cervices. ,
11 a.m. and pnv m-ilh Deacon' I..a.ngston C. Deal

The theme' : Ifcm Christian is Church School --...- 930 I co-chairman In charge of they

Our Community" I Morning worship ... .....- 11:00 services The Rev. M. J Falson!,

I Evening worship .,_.....-._,,,, 7:00: pastor of the St Paul) AME
Mrs Letranle Mitchell! will bf Trinity CME Church continues Church will deliver the clos.nmri'ti. : LESTER C. ALBERT

e t speaker at the morning sere to move forward in Kingdom'bulldinc. )'.; Again! we would Lke tcDEACON I
vies and Mrs GrraMne! Allen A program of mass' I

and Mrs. Enid Rahmln. iruest evangelism is now in rrogress REV M, FAY8ON I Advertise It Pays
o'oist Th" t-.nlnr. program We at Trinity feel that anew,
future a tklf 'The Most Precious day has dammed in the field of

Crown Music." religion and the church must accept ,
committee eonM the challenge. What can'
The t$+t nnnr!
.I of Mrs Ursula liters' MnIH' Christiana say to an Atomic Age? u ROOMS WANTEDWould
Edwards Mrs Spero Co- What is the Christians responsibility I
lyn} toward politics? How ,
Juanita nttm*.. can
k:ne. and '
the church to
help stop the
A'l children are Invited to our, breakdown in family relationships lik*. to secure clean, comfortable rooms for

Vaeat'on Church School, which I ? 11kI +rr to these' and
AUf- i other out-of-town young men and women attending
w1i 1! b-" held frnm Monday many pertinent questions r
u.t 1 to Frldav August 11. from can only be answered' through a

,.)9 I m to 12 won The tHdl- thorough understanding of the Miami Barber College
+ ...', be Mrs IWrnsdlne Coop Wtrd of God. Visit Trinity and
Powell. Mrs. RachelFn hear our pastor Interpret Cod's .
1!,h and Miss Urstlr Drown Word for these times Our moraine 4 195 N.W. 14th Street Phone FR 7.3127DRIVER'S

will be heard' onnijon wmhlp begin at 11 ajn. and
Acv Save for' ends at IMS All comer CMFs
WFF-C at noon
ST asked to be present for our
hrW twdHrtion" !.
Annual Homecoming' services" JIIIII!
Ant 1 to FrWav. Pindar::
August 7 Ttbhnp E. P
rrt!'-ar nn channel 10 MurrhUon! wilt apeak Free dinner
"n Thu" av. A\M. 4. T'30 l.m.f .' will be served LICENSE !
the "Morninf: Chapel" rro- I

HIT M J Fawn, pastor 'BERRY'S

Mm Lee Crar. reporter special( Invitation Is extended
___ tie I
FmAav Rerhenl to th txibMe to at
Mttm'nW' 5>nrlee ....._....... 11:00 MAGIC CITY DRIVING
Dw-nf"frr Methodist Church. 104?
Cvtnlnc; Service ....- *<* 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
NW 3rd ave. July 31 In

On ta*. Sunday the J n EpMr he Annual Womtn's Day service OX 1-5283

*on B and crtehreted" its annual *. 48e.rHolds

tel at the church And Th th .ne "Women In Our .. ...
who World Todav The .*nrte* harthorn .' .f"II'V.a."' ._l AlUWJ.1II- ... -.n-
i '*.y wish to thank everyone
1ft1'N"nMunnWf'lrf bv the --- .
mad thetr tea a success. -
C"'Ofmnttf"f'\ll' that you iront I j jeeeily .
forget the d.v at Fbenefer I false teeth tJcttt Ps. RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
BETHEL BAPTIST _. s sore cum' S..M the
and the crownlnr' of "MrsT7enrocr"
breath dvts" cvnu'ne comtoftvithout Varicose Veins
Rectal Diseases
Richmond Height during the evening o4or-c u"lng massy 9 *

P.v f. R Ron. Patter ervlre powders a rJvtrI pastes. I Effect t Mini. ,***, fi.o..urfllcal .fflc* treatments at Uw cettn -

Jran F Scott reporter The i momlnt! snakyr will beMw A Dwmn Dtscovtir n. *' tint or 'Income. Avaltf surgery and h..plt.lluUo" Why
Gcndsv Ceheo1 ..._......_.__ t3s Walton Y RnWn.on. princl- I
,"fnw service ... ............ 11:00 m' tf A t. ,........ FJennentaryH HARLEM DRUG CO. I .u trout Why suffer, delay. and get were.T

"Tt' ... .. ...... ._.._.._.. 530: c:::- vl pomestead Mrs TUblnton I CONSULTATION FREE
rwn-nt' a.rv4e' ._ ....__ 7:0 Ie a native! IIf Fiends She C"ft'"ft- 1400 N.W. Srd Age. Miami' Fla. 4SpecUl
I mtdkal. treatments, dicta f.r arthritis newrltla. wl-
&,.rrl the Uth tirade at TtethuneIf
Prer.nt fw the Southern DIvision k"n ( .dose !In nayt"na Her r, ': r.r. bleed pressure slaw anemia, l..t vlger. ehrenk dl.t....

of the Ministers and I>s- ho"h wlww1 work was done a' I of men and wemen.
(Yot U<|| MI will be heW at the StH --'an' Cntle" and her" coTVg* SEE TIlE SOUTH'S
rth Tic ti.t Church. Rev W C .r, ir va HhrMM between Clark DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General Health' "Mrlu'MI

Favor: PMf"" at IHnia. July 29 I. t....*. awl F1dr tTnvn1tvS LEADING COLORED S.W. ht St. FR l-74 0 REDUCING

# S' %. *'rrf more than 20 PSYCHIC READER
The fifth Sunday a program U -
.-._ .4 a tc....hfOf MlddletonT -- -
-n the way We are a aktn all
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CHAPEL I .. I I nh r .f ,h. Order .
.t F'ct. q"r Tiw. .M CharChanrr "" IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
Rev Leroy Dell pastorrn'urf'h I."v Gr,,,t.r "MIl of
School ........IIIMI -4 1"Mornlnr 'ntr. ins' S'm Gamma Bhop CONSIDERATION THEIR
Worship ____ 11:00 C f'O'h -n-4 II ""gnher of
Youth tttmnhlp __, t-OO: ) \ r \f>ffr Methodist Churrri I I PlanFather.
.T.wnfnl' Worship t:3/: The yvf" ntn' sneaker win be, Let Mr year ., .....rt.... ...14. New Family Group
I tsc 1.. t2'.... n""yntft 'initruetor' thra.. H life
and pretest y*t | i Premium
Members and friends are reminded ,, torn "nnlHH at Booker T.W..h'ntfM1 aa a llgHthewa guide. the drips. Uurm. Mother Children-All Under One

to wit our sicte Sisters Iflth School a a Fee mccaaa In >..!... Newborn Automatically Insured at Birth
c.thtori PowHL 1560 NW 71st received. hefn '
,,' pr Tnm
s cad !
sf : Jei&* Rnbn! i. 1522 NW let A At T*+ in nruag... fr< nT'nA eve I AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
wt.n I'foMftU" underwent pa.torwit.surgeryat Vtip. +has r* rotleee traveled Ala extensively. In .... STAY IN THE RUT. GET I I Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount

Mercy Hospital md is now "".'arwi H,. ind 'ta1,.. Switier-' OUT NOW. BV THE HELP OP From
nvaedng" at home. 1925 NW .ntf and other parts of FAITOO. GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.

561i st.MT. '" "' '1I'I 11'r she visited PuertO, Off.. S4 v',
D'rt'l .n* Ma''nki'ie an Island In $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The
CAI.VARY BAPTIST .1., wTNt.. Tn ,911 she arj C .M. 1 pan.mars. .

'_-lI .h. Un'h: Paris to 0 asst. Es
Rev K ).f. Ttiomat pastor Also Offer Other Attractive And
stud. Company
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Phyllis Myers reporterQnndav ;...4 Seanifh... German and Russian Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
.I Crhnol ..._._____ P.4! seato -
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enlnr Worship I.....t Tht-t. Cr3rrwity .n" fJrHtd-nt DAILY
The Home Office
delivered .r 'he '3u-4n"sa snot J'rn'f.oM1W..m'e Consult Our District Officea or
Sunday our pastor READING
the sermon. both mrning" and lab e' the YWCA 1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
niffet They were inspiringand TV, 'vttt. w all day and enjoy 11.00 UI' ,
very ... will
h +t.wnees thee women
enjoyed. alL
1'rln tn youRegistration St Y ara E....rI.....
Sunday. at 3 pjn. the Deaconess OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST

and S waFde.. Union met at our MADAM
church They had a wonderful MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH

prig a1IT.r m. spiritually and fjiand- Begins Au,. 15 HUNTER 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N. Rosemary Ave.

The' tick and shut-ins are Sis. FT.
Toddle Inn
L. Baker whis In Jackson HospKal At Jackson's MIAMI rA.DAI 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St.I .

and Deacon O. Toner whois write-Call !. perea
In Mt. Sine! Hospital We are NE 4-I30S .

prayiag for both of you to have ..... : t') -. J. -
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA r JI First" Lieutenant Alva McLeod,1 three weeks wrecks in the moun
I a EJlsmtan daughter of Kg I tains.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1960 I Personal MentionThe I, and Mrs. Herman McLeod, was I
promoted to captain oa last week.I Miss Annette Turner of
i Captain McLeod is stationed al Brooklyn is spending a abort vacation
Rev. and Mrs. Samuel J DeWItt Army Hospital Sa Foci here as hauseguest of her
Should Browne (Lotus Major) were the,, Belvoir, Va. aunt. Miss Grace Hlggs of Liber
What guests of her mother, Mrs ty City.
Blanche Major and sister, Mrs 1 I The Rev. James Thomas; vies:
Sheba M. Martin while vacationing of St. James Church. Long Islandspent The George KUpatricks of
here in the city. During theit two days in Miami while',,,Brownsville entertained Mrs. Kfl-
I IDo ? visit on the East Coast Fttthej enroula to Panama his fonnex patricks brother-to-law. Dr.
'Browne was guest preacher durIng home for a vacation. Charles Domon of Philadelphia
I the morning and evening at St with a cocktail party at their
By Father Robert EXeOrandle Peters Episcopal Chuch Key Miss Jean Thompson of Nassau home on Saturday nigh'.
Holy' Redeemer Catholto. Church West, Christ Church and St IW*******, spent a abort vacation
Agnes cl Miami. They returned to in Miami.:
Scene people ask a priest or a gain which one may realize or St. Petersburg: on Tuesday even ST. JAMES
friend "What must I do to become change merelf to please a parentor ing. M. E.
and two
: 'a Catholic Although this friend. Mrs Charles E. Gibson Rev. H. McNeal Harris pastor
and Mary, left
is a very serious step, it is not as Mesdames fiallieLula I'antDDoQ. children Charles where I Mrs.. Sadie r. Dean reporter
A good and right intention is Nassau
complicated it Owens last Sunday for Sunday School .,
as might seem Missouri Doster and 030
had if cue feels that the Catholic they will spend their vacation. Morning ..
Firstly set an appointment with Lillian Hamilton returned to the I Worship Hoo
your local priest Call him on the Church is the true Church established city recently after a brief visit I Evening Worship .......-,, t00Revival
phone by Jesus Christ in theyear ..n the Bahamas. Mrs. Juanita Smith and child
tr come to the priests' They were the meeting will begin
house! and talk with him. If you 33 AD and which has endured house guests of Mr. and Mrs ren Edward. Edgar, Harry and' Sunday. July 31 to continue thru
have a Catholic friend ask him persecution and attackthl'OU1'h Clayton Young. Karen, returned last weekend Friday Aug. 5 preaching each
to bring you to the priest and introduce be sustained the ages by the so hand that of It must God. Mrs. Farrinfton **** feted witha after spending six weeks in New I night by an outstanding evangelist
you to him. Catholics delightful birthday party b7 York and Connecticut visiting
and their priests are always glad If you desire more Informant the Youncs. A very delectable relatives ad friends. A very cordial invitation Is extended
to help any Inquirer even if theperson on this subject please call PL dinner was served by candlelight I to aU Christian friends
just wants some questions 9-2369 or write: Information, Box 1 A lavc'y! and festive evening was Mrs. Rosa Brady left this week and unsaved persons, to seek to
answered. 47-757, Mlamt enjoyed by alL for Ashville. N. Carolina for2.bedhoom know the Lord Jesus.
Secondly, read over the small
- - - -
bolt of Instructions which you
rill receive. Appointments for
meetings with an Instructor
I'' be given so that each chapter will of Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
the bnnk can be explained. Note
that there Is never anr charge for A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
instruct .
ons It .Is only a matter
of h'adnt! over the
material IY -
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Thirdly the ,
person Interestedshould -p"? / : .
have an Intention to livea .
rend moral life
and five up all -
sinful habits Actually. God demands : ,.
this from every person, regardless -
of religion. .
r-wthly. one should have aright
Intention in becoming
Cath-JIc. One should become
Catholic because! one feels that
this Is what Jesus' Christ wants
them' to do. One should not ,
chanfe because of any material

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Hallandale. ?1a. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
Father ]I;. S. Clarke Jr.. priest
Mass and Sermon ......... 7 ajn. SPARKLING NEW 3-BEDROOM CBS HOMES
Church School .,..._.,........ t0:
Evensong _. _____MM 7:00


Patron St. Ann's will commemorate its BEACH. CLOSE TO 163rd ST. SHOPPING CENTER. NOT ONE FRAME
Festival on Sunday and
On Sunday July 31 there will be
Church School at 9 am. Solemn AND SIDEWALKS. CUSTOM BUILT TERRIFFIC! !

Mass and sermon with procession w -_ iT.. ;rwr p -- ._ r ._ ._
11 am.
Solemn Outd'xtr procession at
S pm. followed b* Solemn Evensong OPA LOCKA BEAUTY corner CBS. Landscaped $795 Down

Blessed Sacrament and: benediction of the $995 Down ,close to Orchard Villa Buys a brand new 3-bedroom

On Monday. Aug, 1 at 8 pm school buses, shopping, city
the Patrrnal Festicval) Banquet this 3. droom water. One mortgage only. $85 CBS home in Opa Locka. Put up
at the Palms In Hallandale. An gorgeous month.
enjoyable' program has been prepared deposit. Pay as house being
The banquet will be rUe CBS on waterfront. See N. W.
maxed with a formal dance. Tic $995 Down built. Pick colors. See model at
18th Ave. N.W. 155th St. Rear
kits are now an sale For reser ,
rations 1 7M Pembroke n<*4. Hallandale. Florida room, carports, oven and
Open Sunday
WAbash 3-4458 ftomuel
chairman of the banquet Neely, range. One mortgage .... .... ...... I


BE HONOREDBY CARVER RANCHESNew Large lot. Good for units, stores,

LIBERTY CITY NEW 2-bedroom CBS home
B.-C. COLLEGEMiss church etc. Priced low. Terms.

Marie White, prominent 3-bedroom CBS. Close to buses, ONLY $495 DOWN 220 x 170 feet on 3 corners. Has
civic religious" and fraternal
leader of this city has been se schools, utility room, blinds, $69 month-One mortgage only 220 ft. on NW 24th ave. 170 ft
lected by the Awards Committee No closing costs. Move right in. (
of Bcthane-Cookman Collej to shower doors. No closing costs. Paved streets* on 153rd Terr., 170 ft on 154thSt.
receive a citation for her "out

of standing Civic contribution Enterprise and in the lIuman area ONLY $995 DOWN See 2420 S.W. 48th Ave. .


The announcement was made-
by President Richard V. Moore
this week The presentation will DUPLEX
be made on Ant S at 10 am. at ONLY $395 DOWN 2-bedroom CBS Home
the summer convocation of Be-
thune Daytona Beach $1,295 Down Orchard Villa area. Terrific buy.
Miss White was one nf the Cute home for couple
original five students of Bethune- Beauty. CBS. Partly furnished
Orchard Villa City water.
Cookman. under the leadership: See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave. area.

of the late president and founder: $89 month. No balloon mort city water closed garage.
Dr. Mary McLeod Bethune. She One mortgage $60 month
was the recipient of a similar 6 interest SEE US $2,000 Down
award from the Florida Normal No closing costs gage. %% !I.I
and Memorial College en May 30

this year.RAPIST. .
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} 20 YEARS

Jlmmie. Leo Mills 23, attacker HFAIR I REALTY PL 7-1645
of a school teacher, was sentenced I
to 20 years in state prison
Tuesday by Circuit Judge Ray1 I We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sundays

l I rape Parson.last Mills week pleaded stopping guilty his trial to List your lots with us for quick cash sale. Beat prices paid

after a jury had heard the evidence I
and was awaiting att r-
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"Mecf._ MecI...... PLAN TO STAY AT

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Has author and novelist Richard Wright
Pro*I I. Artist Pecos ,N.,.. Homo; .
written any other works since publication of bjr Ck.rW' l.....fd. 7 *' 1' ; .

.. his "Native Son" in 1940? TK.. Mod f. HMTK 9 : :

Albert' T., Little/ Rock, Ark.sf .by Ktcld.J.<.....G S**... .. Soy 9 ,'vii .psw _iftlt t

a A. The noted author published "12 Million IVAN
Black Voice in 1941.; "Black Boy" in 1945.;

The'/ Outsider"; 1953. and "Black Potrer"m DEPARTMENTS CENTRALLYLOCATED

1954Viff .
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f."' oll. 11.

How long has Dr. Benjamin E. Mays been coves .

president of Morehouse college in Atlanta, .

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Geraldine/ G., Chicago, III. ',.,eel .. _, II ERRS /
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1 A. Since' 1940. ...., .... '..'....dwn..r. ART USMfl. MGR
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Q. For what did Dr. Ralph Bunche win the .

Nobel Peace Prise in 1950? ".

Ronald' N., Greensboro, N. C. Irati "ext issue

r For hit efforts as head o// ,the UN Peace Ml HARRY HOMtlOW MCISOUTHSIDE

Mission 'to Palestine during 19481949. *

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Did famed clarinetist; Sidney Bechet ever I m* n ....:....... w, low. tn-w'uiuiM ." .

have an orchestra of his own? .'p-.!. .r. m"j* IS.ItM! 1-%:..J.!....."i .ea tut Hin t y.es1'm ft 4 DM|..h< ..as.......n... ....... ,

Calvin' J., Minneapolis, Minn. .tu.irru h fcnJ (hi :.:.. Wuhj: 16 <: mlh irowmf HATES
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Yes /During 1933 and' 19J4 he headed <"'"" ..""" vuarws
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Who was Thurgood's Marshall's first wife Editor and. Publisher

and how many children did he have CHI .i WI WOOD
by that A/anayiNy/ Editor: MIS JAY KONE. MCK.
marriage.? c..."., Le......

Miss. Marion fl., Cleveland/ Ohio Associate\ Editor Members of Chicago's Souths.ae.
E d... M N..... Hotel Association For free boc'-\l'' .
farshawarned{/ Vivian, Dure.w S..ptI.. :\
1929 She died Feb Tt.!M\ 4 ," ....t..I .l. ...,,...> tr nri MATTHEW. EXEC SEC '
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I ,Lines, ranjjiTfj; 'frcrn 10 'to 30 people}! are formed:' 'n the Modtscn: The fcsy' strung' : (tone: vies for perfect urusort,: hut a near nun rriisscMr.. [ .

IT'' i a a phrase that automatically sets There. is something<< in the Madison which will
HIT' into motion across the nation. It ,is used be familiar to each dancer It I incorporates the
the "'Madiion', a new diner sensation that rhythm of the 'jaxt dances the walking technique -
affect youngsters<< and oldsters, alike The Madison of the "Cha-Cha" and the precision of a chorus
seems to know no bounds It injects life Into line. Then too a dance caller is involved. This
teen-age parties and brings<< a festive note onto the ts reminiscent of the aquart'-;, d.&nC't' caller, except
ballroom floor at dignified formal affairs. that in this instance the caller may be' a dancer also. siwwJ,
Out just what is the secret of the Madison's Another factor which no doubt adds to the popularity -
success? Amy Records director, Walter (Bloom of the dance Is its simplicity The basic' step
berg, who was the first to have a recording made consists' of a step to the front, a step to the rear
especially for the dance, said that "The pliability and a double "In-out" motion with the'left foot. Thisis '
of Madison is the thing that makes it so popularIt changed slightly from city to* ity but the general
fits any age bracket' idea' is the same The step is sometimes dressed-upJ

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7 the past 66 years you can sell with confidence. You will be handbns$ fa**

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MADISON conbltUfd

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with few and
: a new twists by the more agile
energetic dancers; -- but one fact remains, it la
easy to learn.Eatimatea.
on the number of variations which
hare been developed to supplement the basic step
run into the hundreds. These variations often take
fanciful names such as "The Cleveland Box" and the
"Wilt Chamberlln Hook". Despite' these awesome
tags, the steps are usually easy to master even for
the person who considers' himself a non-dancer

r ..,t Every locale seems to be clamoring for the
credit' of originating the fascinating dance St,
K Louis, Cincinnati and Detroit' each have some claimto
It, since It appeared' tn these place. a ,few. years
ago. Cleveland has a special claim since one of
the steps is named' after the city Then there Is
Madison, Ohio and Madison, New York where the
dance haa been popular. There are 24 other places
named' Madison in the United States, each of which
haa a vested Interest at least In name.


However the credit for the Madison's surge to
national popularity centers around Baltimore It
was here that the majority of the' steps were incorporated .
Into a single dance. Most people point
to "Cookie" Drown a performer with Al Brown's

.... Tune-Toppers, as the originator of the system of
calls that govern the dance
One night when the Tune-Toppers were bringing
the Madison to a happy, audience at the Tijuana
Club in Baltimore. Bloomberg was In the audience
'. ; The next Saturday saw the Tune-Toppers In a
I ,1,1x recording studio playing for a happy Bloomberg,
who's vision was to afford him a top-selling record,
The Madison.
., Reflecting the public appetite, for the new dance
sls Columbia Records followed' this development with
a recording' of their own, called "Madison Time
'. This one features Ray Bryant's orchestra and Eddie;
Morrison a Baltimore disc-jockey as the caller
The added promotion which resulted' from the
records provided all the extra push that the Madison .
needed.' People everywhere were caught in
the magnetic pull of the dance-crate

Olympic games, spy-Incidents, and summit conferences
will be remembered as the' high-points of
1 I960, but, if the present trend ronllnu.... It could go
I down In history as "the year of the Madison
According\ to the experts there are 2,000) ranafjrn':
nation, hat its otrn ruutne: The ,. 'Imunre
delightful' and graceful steps'
make Mai/cson' / 'lutie/ .
of social' events' whether. <<"Cuul f (:r formal'

, The simplicity. / the steps' make ,the Madison' a faronfe' with young anc4 l ell
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Me, DOWELL is an artist This
Artist faces
Is not remarkable. Many,I have come
population ranks to establish a reputation
as a creator The lure of brush and canvas
has a magnetic' attraction about It.
Thad however, has come to problem confronting<< all artists. Often, a choice new
must be made between personal expression and the
stricter confines of the more commercial pro-
jects. The traditional artist chose to suffer on -
the rack of the arts, rather than submit to the lure ... \ Ph Ii 1: %Vdu.nMVi.ilt ) .
of dollars in the high-pressured<< fields such as
layout and design Industrial design and commer-
cial art. Thad has met this challenge by discovering -
a way to use his talents In both general areas
with meaning and purpose. 4Wy
} Dy < ay. he piles his skill to the task of devising
visual presentations of plans Improve Washington. .
D. C. These projects Include the portrayal of .. "a.r'.
abstract Ideas In a form which meets the accept-
ance of the Congressmen and foreign specialists
that view his work. His position, as Exhibits \
Specialist In the Technical Services Division of ,
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the National Capitol. demands vision and energy
Thad does not limit himself to this. He also
heads his own firm, Thad Me, Dowell Associates'
where he puts an original flair Into the field of
industrial design.
Despite this active schedule. Thad finds time
to do some painting<< and sculpture. Into these
works, he pours all of the creativity which 'ts II
frustrated by the more restricting design field,
Artistically inclined since youth. Thad received
encouragement from his parents and as
a Washington( D. C., youth, he began to attract
some attention. His formal training started at "
Howard University where he earned a bachelorof II I
arts degree He later studied art in Paris underworld I
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Travel ts a tag to Thad. During, his travels, which took him explains. medium of the era."
to 20 different countries, he noticed that each Although his personal work has an air of
section has a typical approach which differs from freedom about it. Thad maintains that he does Thad's bark ground, which Includes work the rest of the world. not consider himself to b be a beat-nlk./ He dues painting. ceramics, sculpture and all related' .
"Even in Islamic society, where religious restriction sympathize with the cause of the new rebel fields, stamps him as being adaptable enoughto .
greatly hampers the artist there are generation of artists. b be a source of strength to the Invigorating.
rising talents with new ideas.' Thad says. "The so-called beatnik .art Is actually a formof art "renaissance" which Is slowly taking hold
His advice to the youth who are thinking of protest which gives' an upward boost to the In America. His present and past experienceIn
an art career is to 'learn the basic techniqueswell. talented, who have been frustrated," he reasons."I design dominated by a long and successful
." Thad feels that these fundamentals, suchas think that this rebellion will evolve into something stint as Exhibits Designer for the Smithsonian
the mechanic of drawing a sense of color. new and vital" Thad continues. "This Institute, points him out .as one of the .genuine
and a knowledge of what has been done before evolution of a new art form will not involve the talents in the field of industrial. design
are essential to an artist s development traditionalist, they will keep to their own little He < rrtamly stands. out .as a man who came
'It is only after mastering these techniquesthat road which allows little room for experimentation prepared, not just' to fare today problemsbut
an artist' can use his personal motivations It.s the so called beatnik of today which to meet tomorrow s ChallengeTHADDEUS .

WHEN women in Ancient Egypt began to should be used with short strokes<<: to give the
) Hints their eyelids they started some appearance of growing hairs.
t ta thing that has recurred throughout history.
Today. perhaps more than ever before, more The brow should begin in a direct line with
attention is being brought to the eyes. Although the tear duct. A self-test will determine
today's colors are more subtle the where the brow should end. This can be
effect of enchanting the male population seen by lining a pencil at a 45-degree angle
hasn't changed' since Cleopatra first winkeda beginning with the side of the nose. The brow
brightly-hued' eyelid at Marc Anthony. should be drawn so that the highest point
Eye-shadow is used to define the eye lines up with the outer edge of the Iris when
and add contrast to the white of the eye. In you look straight ahead. The eyebrows should
ad this way It seemingly intensifies the colorof never be allowed to droop at the outer edges.
the Iris. The color should be stroked<<: Any downward line gives an aging effect.
across the upper lid In an Inverted crescent.
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brush making a slight upward curve at the brow. If the lines appear too hard soften
outer edge with the color fading gradually.To them by re-powdering gently and brushing
match or contrast.with. your eye shadoweye lightly.
A shading can be used.' This Is done by The final touch of make-up perfection 'is
.as old/ as Egypt drawing a broad line. with the flat side of the supplied by mascara. This gives a clean soft
pencil, above the upper lash. The motion look to each eye-lash,, If It Is done properly
f if should be upward and outward leaving the Mascara should be applied to the upper
as new as know greatest density close to the eye lashes. lashes In two coats. The first coat should
The eye-line, a delicate process with cover the entire lash lightly. The second
delightful rewards In terms of beauty, is coat should be applied heavily to the tips
achieved' with a sharp, clean line with a only with an upward motion. Only one
black eye-pencil. This line should begin coat should be used in applying mascara to
at the inside corner of the eye, and begin the lower lashes. Beat results are achieved'
to curve upward over the outer third of when the lashes are combed or brushed before
the eye. When lining the lower lid there drying.If .
should also be an upward and outward mo- you have difficulty with fluttering lids.
by Edith!, Redd tion at the end of the line. The blending is pull the lid slightly with your free hand duringthe
done by delicately patting and blending out application. This also keeps the mascara
ward with the fingertips. until a soft shadow from smearing.
is achieved.' Although It took centuries to develop the
Individual requirements dictate much in process of eye-makeup as we know It today
the use of eyebrow pencil. Hair color and it only takes a moment of carelessness to
flesh tone may require a dark brown, light ruin the job. Be sure that you make the most
brown, auburn or black pencil. The pencil of your eyes. They can be your best asset.


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NOW that warm weather is driving! all
us outdoors, picnic meals and out-
door cookery are the orders of the day.
Charcoal fires are being prepared throughout -
the nation tn preparation for sizzling
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This flavorful version of' the popular
kabob owes Its ease of preparation to its
fresh 'from -acan ingredients. Cocktail
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eat and ask only 'for brief broiling to
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guide--when it softens and curls, your
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a whole new concept of carpet design.
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a ta
t when shopping for carpets. The more economical area rug
+ has emerged as a "conversation piece" that redirects the
entire decorating scheme. The floor is now being viewedas
a fifth wall -- to be beautified Just as pictures are hung
to grace the other walls.
Man-made fibers, such as nylon and Acrllan. have
able In area rugs. These fibers, with their amazing ability
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4 have prompted the dollar-wise to consider an entire
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The novel textures that these new fibers afford have
brought the manufacturers back to the idea that t rugs should
i be a work of art. Looped pile, cut pile, and a combination
of the two textures are used to create dramatic mosaic
effects, cobblestone designs, and other artistry. These
new designs have an added value because they generallyserve
to disguise soil marks This makes the area rug
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of the home When used along with the wall-to-wall carpet t.
the area rug prevents wear In these areas.If .
the area rug Is used alone it can create the Illusionof
spare The walls seem to move back in many cases,
under the strong influence of the, bold lines and fashion-
MAW tailored elegance of the area rug. Then too this useful
piece of carpeting can be used to set-off a particular
furniture grouping. It provides a new accent in front of
the sofa. It can give a dramatic touch to the fireplace
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and design used in the home, modern grace can be added
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I parents are looking the other way. Still a wealthof
information about the private world of childrencan
be obtained by an adult, with a ready camera.
Take, for instance, the tots on this page.XJLod.exJI1 .

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began to should be used with short strokes to give the
women In Ancient Egypt
WHEN started some appearance of growing hairs.
HintsEye their eyelids, they
) I
has recurred throughout history.
thing that should in direct line
The brow begin a with
more than ever before,
Today. perhaps Although the tear duct. A self-test will determine
brought to the eyes. -
is being
subtle the where the brow should end. This can be I
today's colors are more ,
of enchanting the male population seen by lining a pencil at a 45-degree angle
t first winkeda beginning with the side of the nose. The brow
hasn't changed since Cleopatra
brlghtly-hued eyelid at Marc Anthony. should be drawn so that the highest point i
Eye-shadow Is used to define the eye lines up with the outer edge of the Iris when

and add contrast to the white of the eye. In you look straight ahead. The eyebrows should
this way It seemingly Intensifies the colorof never be allowed to droop at the outer edges.
the Iris. The color should be stroked Any downward line gives an aging effect.

across the upper lid in an inverted crescent.
Glamour Blending is accomplished with fingertips or Strive for a natural appearance of the

brush, making a slight upward curve at the brow. If the lines appear too hard soften
outer edge with the color fading gradually. them by re-powdering gently and brushing

To match or contrast with your eye shadow lightly.
eye shading can be used. This Is done by The final touch of make-up perfection Is

old as Egypt drawing a broad line with the flat side of the supplied by mascara. This gives a clean soft
. .as pencil above the upper lash. The motion look to each eye-lash, If It Is done properly
should be upward and outward leaving the Mascara should be applied to the upper

as new as now greatest density close to the eye lashes. lashes in two coats The first coat should I
the lash lightly. The second
delicate with cover entire
..' '': The eye-line, a process
delightful rewards in terms of beauty is coat should be applied heavily to the tips

achieved with a sharp, clean line with a only with an upward motion. Only one
black eye-pencil. This line should beginat coat should be used In applying mascara to

the inside corner of the eye and beginto the lower lashes. Best results are achieved
curve upward over the outer third of when the lashes are combed or brushed before

the eye. When lining the lower lid there drying.If .
should also be an upward and outward mo- you have difficulty with fluttering lids.

tfdith Redd/, tion at the end of the line. The blending Is pull the lid slightly with your free hand during
by done by delicately patting and blending out the application. This also keeps the mascara

ward with the fingertips until a soft shadow from smearing.
is achieved. Although It took centuries to develop the

Individual requirements dictate much in process of eye-makeup as we know it today,
the use of eyebrow pencil. Hair color and it only takes a moment of carelessness to
flesh tone may require a dark brown, light ruin the Job. Be sure that t you make the mostof
brown auburn or black pencil. The pencil your eyes. They can be your best asset.

fob Kabobsfor

picnic time i

NOW that warm weather 'is driving all
us outdoors picnic meals and outdoor
cookery are the orders of the day.
Charcoal fires are being prepared throughout -
the nation in preparation for sizzling I
treats tn the open-air. One of these taste-
tempting delicacies is the "Short Order
This flavorful version of the popular
kabob owes its ease of preparation to its
r freshfrom -acan ingredients. Cocktail
franks pineapple and onions are all readyto
eat ;and ask only for brief broiling to
heat and allow the flavors to blend. Let

i the doneness of the green pepper be your
: guide--when it softens and curls your
kabobs can be served. Serve two kabob
to a customer on beds of instant rice flavored -
s of I with soy sauce (add a tablespoon to
cooking' water). Marinated green bean salad

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. .

BOLD patterns and "miracle" fibers hare pushed the
nig" Into a key position In home decoration.
Although the wall-to-wall carpet Is still the last word in
luxury, Its little brother, the area rug has come forwardIn
a whole new concept of carpet design.
This trend enables the' careful buyer' to get more value
Ygi when shopping for carpets. The more' economical area' rug
has emerged' as a "conversation piece' that redirects the
entire decorating' scheme. The floor is now being viewedas
a fifth wall -- to be beautified Just as pictures are hung
to grace the other walls.
Man-made' 'fibers, such as nylon and Acrllan, have
i greatly widened' the' range of colors and qualities' available -
in area rtigs. These fibers, with their amazing abilityto
withstand stains moths and other traditional rug problems -
have prompted the' dollar-wise. to consider an entire'
revamping of the' home, with the carpet setting the' style.
The' novel features' that these new fibers afford have
brought the manufacturers bark to the' Idea' that rugs should
be a work of art. Looped pile cut pile' and a combinationof
the two textures are used to create' dramatic mosaic
effects cobblestone designs, and other artistry. These
new designs have an added value, because they generallyserve
to disguise<< soil marks. This makes the area rug
with the "new-look", an ideal thing for heavy traffic areas
of the home. When used along with the wall-to-wall carpet
the area rug prevents wear In these areas.If .
the area rug Is used alone It can create the illusion
of space The walls seem to move back In many cases
under the strong Influence of the bold lines and fashion
silo tailored elegance of the area rug. Then too. this useful
piece of carpeting can be used to set-off a particular
furniture grouping. It provides a new accent In front of
the sofa. It can give a dramatic touch to the' fireplace
By using the area rug to achieve a balance' In the' color
and design used In the home, modern grace can be added
to the home at low cost. .



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