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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: August 6, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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I 4 Lunch Counters Integrate Without FanfareSTORES




BEGIN gration and everything moved Blanche Calloway. Dr. 1. 0 Other stores in the community He said that the commute* bad
smoothly. Drown, CORE project director McCrory's and Burdines can nothing to do with the deep
SERVINGNEGROES tested the Wo:1 worth store and and ahculd open. We In CORE made by the managers of twIt
Miami is the first Florida tatty Dr. Simpson went to Kress. will help them to make thff res, and that several naMssi
to take down the racial barrier change in every way we can." ago the point was reached where
at lunch counters. Stores leading Commenting on the changeMr. pledged Mr. Moore. He said most of the store managers said
the way are F. W. Woolworth 8 Moore said: The bacon There Is no reason for demon they were willing to serve Negroes -
"Not a drum was heard not a IL Kress. Grant's and Walgre.nDi. excellent' the service good the stration." but none was willing to
funeral note" as they burled old I customer reaction negligible be the fiat.National
man James Crow quietly under I I Three' teams of two com CORE staged the first sit-in at
the counter of same of the downtown members were served at the MIami these stores in April. 1939. We Arcndeaccn John E. Outmcr ol/
variety and drug stores M j lunch counters' at the F. W thought then that Miami was St Agnes Episcopal Church and COE baa scheduled an
Monday, and served Negroes fort j Woolworth W. T. Grant and S ready for a democratic serving' member! of the Miami Bi-racial Interracial Action Institute la
the first time. H. Kress stores on Monday.A. policy. We have been proven cr-1 i Committee said: This Is no occasion Miami from Aug. 14 to Sept. SOn
I rect" I for drumbeating or ce'e- the agenda of the Institute 1*
The merchants and the Cera-1 I D. Moore, chairman of MIami |II I braUn. It's been handled very restaurant discrimination, as weD
mittre for Human Dignity reach-I CORE, was accompanied on This opening Is but a first' quietly, and that la how it should as rtnpl yment, theatres .beeches
ed' an agreement on quiet Inte his test of the Grant store by step In our quest for dignity i I be." and voters registration.

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YEAR. NO. SO MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AuGUST 6, 1960 TEN CENTS XTE GES

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Thomas Kelly 34, and EmmettV I Yt
Leverette. 41 were arrestedat 6 TO RECEIVE rr
Sylaeanig. Ala on Wednesday I 1 II
O) warrants eharginf them with R-CC HONOR P _
kdnaping;: Henry J'nes' a 20-I AWARDS r i
year-old Negro. and his brother ( 1
David. 11
I I Daytona Reach Miss M rlhaM ci
farced into a
The victims were
nerhel 1 chairman '< the Hon. f
car and the elder, a gas station) and Awards Committee of tsr
air
attendant was tied' to a tree, Bethune-Cookman ("ot'-'" an-,
lashed far IS rainutea -
and
stripped
nrmcca the following! Individual f
with bells and knittedthongs.
wh- have mad outstanding contributions i
." by six white men. In their fleMi of endf I Tom Mboya. brilliant young Mass home
Sheriff C. P. Walker who vor will receive citations dur- African nationalist leader is reported Mboya called for |Increased attention
made the arrest said It was "no Inc the sumn+ rhno1 commencement 1' .,p In satisfactory conditionthis to African needs particularly
doubt" that Jones was whippedbut on Saturday. August 4' week in Nairobi Kenya in education Kennedy said
"it was not a severe beating"j I 6 at 10 oYlTk In the forenoon .n after a wrekend aut.mobile accident the U S should play a greater
The Shelby County grand Jury I I I the White HaH Auditorium Dr Mboya was not a* badly r le in broadening educationalexrhanirc )
Is considering' the ease, and GovJ 1 Hubert Venom Manning president 3" Injured as originally reported in and helping African
hn Patterson said that state! of damn UnlTersitv. Grantstour .. the rational press.' nations build a viable economy
officers were ready to assist in *. !R. C Education and ..' by providing trained personnel.Kmnedy .
in the investigation. I Human Relation The :year-old Kenyan labor
any way objected Francis Nyarko Cann secretary leader was in the United States is chairman of the
The flofgers. apparently Rev Samuel 1 D nankttcn St of the permanent mission to last week referred w | t h uUHjmmlttee on African Affairs
J J nes said. to his being Petersburg District Florid Suoertfrtenrfent the United Nation from the Independent -1! D<' n rmploywi: at a HarpefsriU service cut- of the Gut! Dtstrld' Nation of Ghana will] F Kennedy at t,J IIYAnapo:1 m.ttc48flour
his filling
station and to f the Methodist Church Re- W h noted at a reception at the
credit card sales sips for white tteton and Human" Relations. Knight Heat Supper Club on Saturrtay --

r..stonwn. Rev Frank Cani>>ritt.... Wes evening. Aug. 6.

Palm Beach, Superintendent of The reception. being aponsored -, Limit For Jail.
Schools Look For th* Atlantic Dtrtrkt of the Methodist by Eider and Mrs. Charity''
Church Religion and Human Beck, staff aaaociaUa: of the I
SubstitutesIf Relations. Ghana Mission and the United I
Sons arM Daughters d AfricanA
Chert W Jones, an outstanding I Without A Hearing
you've had 60 hours of col* m-Ttieian of Tallahassee .-
and need a part-t4me Job :
loge Business and Human Relations parade through the city WI
tbe Dade Schcol Board .Is lookmi --
Miss Marie White. Miami -
been arranged as part of enforcement officials 0 t
Law
for .
7CKLTbe Civic Enterprise and Human Re welcome for the African official HOUSTON
school personnel department lations. Dade County this week made proVision -

., 1410 NE 2nd ave. Is signing -I, Mrs Rosabelle Blake, Stiver- to prevent "forg lien pri SCHOOLS
up substitute teachers for the visor of Negro Schools of !"it) soner"' oases by fixing a time-
1960-61 school year. The 60 colteje County 21 years farina Education KENNEDY NAMES ORDERED TOINTEGRATE
limit of 48 hours for holding anyone -
:: hours are the mlnlmur and Civic Enterprise
needed to get a Florida teachingcertificate. The citations will be presentedby NEGRO ATTY. with,ut a Hearing. NOW
: Dr Rkhard V Moore.
CAMPAIGNASSISTANT The | prisoner wbo have not been Judge II,. C Connally Thursday'
able to make bond t I get out of ordered immediU dMID9..uof -
)aU Cases where murder or rape
the Houston public whack -
JfYA.1NDSPdRT. Man _I i ia invoWrd. the time would be banning. with the first grade -
ANP) Sen. John F. Kennedy extended to a week to jive police starling Soptember.He .
a has named Frank Reeves, a I agencies tim<< t get autopsy and
w turned down theboard's ackool
Washington attorney aa a campaign -] medical reports.:
assistant' according to an; pnv sed desegregatkaplan
announcement last week firm The new! poKey Is the result of submitted. to him la June
the presidential candidate's 'vacation the exposure of eases of several terming it a aaam and aubisr-
h', headquarters I forgotten' pits nets recently" One fuge." .
rw" The announcement was made by} man was held In jail as a material The plan would have designated '
press secretary Pierre Salinger witness in an alleged murder an elementary, a junior high
who said Reeve would lork in rate for 81 days. awe a hits school aj Integrated
a broad general area of rev,- wiU pr> *niMM>n f(>r any m rob.r
IbUt," traveling on Kennedy's' f a raeMi l minority in any school
campalm swings to transfer out
"Raisin in The Sun"
Reeves Is newly-elected Democratic The
., Houston school district is
.i.iee
nat OBI: eommitteeman for the Ur.MH segregated district to
t I the District of C .Jumbla. He has Cast Making Movie the nation.

been active In party affairs since -_._- .
WS | One of the big- !
1fotiyxoed --
ii I ge.* HrfMKiway! hits for IS month Post Office Robbers
t and winner 'f tfce New Y"fk
74N COLE STARS IN Drama Critic Circle Award MAlUkto Indicted by

TV SPECTACULAR t In the Sun" will be Federal Jury
brougM to the screen with the
._-- I orLsjnal Broadway pt Sidn.yPeitiH'
rsto robbed Lemma
A special feature of the Times Newsboys Picnic was King!NEW Cote YORK, making- (ANP one -of Kit his Dee. Diana. Claudia Sands McNeil., Ivan Dixon Kuby City:Two postal men clerk have been a ta-

the awarding of checks to newsboys selling the highest infrequent television appearances Lou" Gc JIHott and John Fvedief dtd.d by a federal grand jury.

amount of papers over 100. Here Times business manager will star in an hour long special The .,.Ir. Joan Henry IUU .and
Reeves for NBC.lOA C ol Evening With The play will resume Its ran on Henry LylM: were charged w\th
C.
Garth presents checks to Thomas Seymour, nat King Cole. Tuesday. Aug a national 1 basis at the conclusion aasau+ !' hbery and woundiof a
David Forbes, James DillarrJ and the Palm Brothers. Continued on paje S of Alta production. Continued on page S i





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2 SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 I and MRS. ALBERT EDWARDS STUDENT LOAN
their children: KAREN and ALBERT BARGAIN IN
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA are vacationing in beaut FUND SET UP
ful Jamaica.. While there Mr
Edwards (Glendena) win celebrate AT FNIMCA LADIESSHOES

WL Y. t.-o.. :'t.T.iI7 -" -.." A Q.R her birthday on August 5. general student loan fund
Many happy returns of the day was established at Florida Nor-
CLBOMIE CRUMPTON and her mal and Industrial Manorial
THIS and sister, LOTTTF. WARD left Wednesday College by the recent ds ofstudents' CANCELLATIONSAND
n evening for Raleigh, N.C attending the college
... t'. visit their ester! Mrs. MARGUERITE 1060 and will be available for
(Moogie) Davis. The SECONDS
during the 1MMU( college: year.
THAT 1!!! group will visit friends and relatives This announcement was made

':? 1P. ,. New in Baltimore.York before Washingtonand by Joseph' Jones' business manager 561 N.W. 29th St.
returning
of the college who stated
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to Miami Wealthy businessman i
.y RUTH *. POUT that a substantial amount of
BRUCE BRAYNON. hi'
had been donated to the
money
handsome <
ns, MICHAEL and
"ttr'P- .JJr J7 4T..nI college and earmarked for this
ANTHONY
are guests at the Sir
ALONG THE: WAY. No maD have the honor to move as 11 John Hotel. Mr. Braynon Is well !purse by the officers and members
or froup, stands for right stands certainly is most desirable that established In business In the city of the class of 60. who also J. B. SMITH

..l.a*. We are all afraid of being we should reooepun the Repub of Nassau. After a ttw more days ;outlined the basic regulation and ELECTRICSERVICE
te r minority. We dislike to>> bed 1 licans of the South, the name of In the city he, with the boys will l instructions governing the fund.
fetent. We ahun ridicule, and a gentleman well known throughout go to New Yet to visit with his)I In commenting about the establishment
often milt fcesXre strong opposition. the Soutb tor his cvospicious mother Mrs Ida Braynon, a 37-' ] of the student loan
But they are slaves who 1 parliamentary ability, for his year resident of that city. The fund President' R. W. Puryear Electrical Contractor
dare not be in the right with two courage and for his character.: I Eddie Braynons, their brother was exteranely high in his HOUSEWIRING
or three." present the name of lion. John R and sister-In-law, hlk t them praises for the officers and members
l Lynch U Mas1llt.c>!i, on the go and pr'vided' many of the class of 60 for creating "Don't cuts Call u."
GORE in conjunction with THEN CAKE TIlE SECOND I hours of family settings Mrs. l this special project fwfaich will
other social action groups hu I L'iG.rbeodor.. Roosevelt GEORGE ROBINSON (Leola give financial assistance to deserving PHONE OX 1-3625
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led the way to the fulfiliment of I trust that the motion made: Carry and her husband find and qualified' student
phase ref the democratic proeed-i the gentleman tram Maetachuseits by time to utilize every available enrolled at Florida Normal.: This Night or Day

ure.ALONG THE WAY in this will be adopted and that eI-I opportunity to visit their nrther student initiated fund Is expected -
true 'participation In anotbei select u chairman of this w Mrs ALBOmiA CAREY as of-' to increase and expand Its

city. The business establishments vention that representative coo.Reptablican I ten as they can. They have been limitations in the year ahead, Advertise It Pays.
wo agreed" t,;, open lunch coun- Mr. Lynch of'Mississip- here three weHcc Last week they Dr. Puryear concluded.
ten 'to all people are to be conj .' .. And Mr. Stoddanl I trrked to Nassau with their
who was
gratolated for having the cour- covering the newly wed brother Toe" Carey
agead. fortitude to>> break with New York paper convention say: "And tot one a land his bride. Blanche, to have a, Edison Center Paint Headquarter
tratfUko. We hope that all other of the most eloquent I last fling before leaving. CTAC
eatabftaBrnent will do likewise, ever heard in a national apeeebes ftietdsy they will return to Nor- WE ALSO CONTRACT
It i* our responsibility to tnest\ was delivered by the convenion 'i I I folk Va. and then on to New PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

sure up in every detail. We must siave as he UMc: the ohair.former.'I York City Mrs Carey win go Licensed and Insured
and tare wUL Mr. Lynch with than and return late in the
who died at the age, fall I Colors Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation
of 9Q
some years in
NATIONAL I became an auditor ago in the Chicago Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.

GONE CONVENTION YJCABS. ProbablyIIhe major.and retired In 1914 with he the rank navy of;1 letters COSMOPOLITES have came frrn Cards DR. BEU-i and i Time payment plan available-Phone PL 9-3231
authored
greatest 'yiar of NXO8O activity book. Taota of Ueconatruction at*.' LAS B CARR In Bonn. Germany)
at a HeyUbucan National Conveatioo 1 1REPUBLICAN In which he recounted )' and Africa The ROBIE'i
Recurred at the. aid Coliseum his. political muchthe: WRIGHTS In Canada and Cleveland '
la MM when. James G. Blame national career, -Tr-r || and Nlagra Falls MAR-
was nominated lot president ol which he catnpajgn tells of JU4 in> IAN SHANNON in Canada and Madam FatimaIndian
the luU .
the GOI ticket. The spot that how Mark story 01: Aahville. NX VERNEKA
Gov. Oatil li. Underwood of West Roosevelt. Uanna rrtaeodoreaDd f SILVA and her daughter AJTTOINETTE -
Virginia os-nmanrted at the recent lianry Cabot in New York
Lodge
hrvttgtit bonor to the Negro -
Principal JOSEPHINE MACXEY
'
aapubuean Convention was race by aim ReaderAdviserHere
then oeott>*ea by a Negro liON. "h.al.n tmtJrtnjc of toe. temporary In East Orange NJ and New

JOHN K. LYNCH. am i/nrygreas- Convention liepubLtcanaUaoal n i York CttyTHANK. _ < For the First Time in This Area
from
man mj>s mt>pi, W served
as tesaporary cnairtnsn of Ifleltagsulasau YOU NOTE to all of
Katkoal Convention A SPLASH PARTY was givenat you have been so kind in letting Lucky Day and Lucky Number

wain.Waeb laid down the gavel Virginia Beach by .Mr*. W tl.- me know by n tes letters cards,
LIE MA. UEASTla. See this great divine healer of all time
after preskiiag for two days, and in honor of[ telegrams cablegrams and by ,
toon jooa to. Henderson ol Missouri her motner.a-Jaw. Ma. Stag y word of mouth just how muchJdrtth 11 he can heal you by prayer. See her today

,*e :UipublMaa aerator. XT-CD lUoks.of Savannao: Mra., Oa.HaMlie-s and Mr. i you th ughtfulneas enjoy this shows your tomorrow may be too late. There It
clearly in
permanent t.haL.e, chairman was introduced., the littie as; Leon Kelsey prepared theaplash things you say and do so here no pity for these knowing there' help

piece of mahogany sevens to havLest e feast. Other guests at the r is a grateful word to say a million on earth but don't aeek it. Are you tick, uahappy,
party were Mrs Rose Barney thanks to and and disgusted with I'tfet
a Negro's hand forever Insofar and Mgt you you Everything you do seems to ffO
Mae
Dell
as taat h.oor Rraynon, Mr Yll then this
JUapubbcan is and Mrs. wrong, ". gifted lady.
Timothy
Llndsey and ----
s.pcesned. Weiiwcd e.uu.. | HAPPY WEDDING ANNIVER- What you see with your eye your heart must believe
'Wen that IBM
convention was SARY to Dr and Mrs. G. W With each reading she will
.ailed to order, and the antwwam4nt UREAKTAST i irr7f. To the Hawkins. Aug. 5 and Mr. and live free
a
away lucky charm. She
Mal made that the delight of invited guests Mr I Mrs. U. G Home Jr., Aug. 7 ha just returned
Nauonai Guarantee had selected i Mae Dell Uraynon ohose the early May the future rasa hold everything from a triumph trip in India. She guarantees to remove
lion. JViwell Clayton. white,
a hours of the
that
the
day to entertain means most tc all bad luck
man of Arkansas for temporary in honor of Wart Hollywood you Congratulations.BIRTHDAY and evil influence. For more information

eaamnao an attractive young; friends Mrs faster: Robinson call MU 89148.
mm In the Massachusetts" deiega- past PTA GREETINGS
president of Car tc
lion was recognized by the chair ver Elementary: School and Mrs Mrs Ethel E. Graham. Rev. A. 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE

Me gave Im name as 1LLNKYCAlMJT Eva Coffee, a member of usher J,eph Reddick, G.. U>DG ;. lie said he rUM ever WMBMStraighten
bard number 'w.o and the Bishop Manatee Banncrman, Randall
to puce tnt name cf another C A. Gate St Thomas. Isadore Johnson, JamesN
gentleman in nomination and> Paul AME Obut+rh. Otherse who Williams Lee Hamilton Jessie
after snaJuag a DC at.and appnvnae enjoyed g.od ole southern break- Mingo and Betty Ann Jackson.
pcech in ummeodauon of' fast were Miss\ Annie. Mae Jackson k
his candidate he named ex- sister of Mrs, Braynon and THOUGHT FOR THE WEEKIt
Congressman JOHN K. LYNCii 1 Mesdamcs Bertha Hudson and is an appropriate coincidence!
of Musissrppt, wh..m he believed 1 Rose Bumcy. that the word "AMERICAN";
to be a tunable man for the po ends in "I CAN"SUFFERERS its'J
sition. Many peeeoes: made -- -
were HOMETOWN BOY ACCOMPLISHES -- -
go both sides but they were tern AIM. The son of Mrs $
perate in tone, and free from bitlerneu. Bloneva Baa Myrie, and grandson ..+tiMf.RM..ANMI... ? ,

Am-erg UKM* that spoke of longtime resident Mrs. .,.
in behalf of lunch's nomination. Pauline Carey Baa DR.
were Theodore Roosevelt and BURTON ANTHONY MYRIE re* w.w wn gas eanr a ua, erseaerv 1tm. .
George William Curtis, editor ofHarper1 a.m. ivM .roa
cently graduated from the Philadelphia
ICM'YRatOK Peaeel..eaa.... ,
Weekly.' College of Osteopathy. ....te rrrsou ..... e1 ... Kxatyerr.n.
fWfeen the debate was over the Uncle Stanley Bess came from ----sense. ..a.uoewea +:
chairman directed that the states Chicago, and Dr. Myrie' sisters +c>.m co asaa..uR.t,t

,be called in alphabetical order who are medical t rhntfii WM. ..
the roll of delegate* tram each came from Newark New Jersey :
state. to be called so as t<> allow to witness the occasion. Need I .. .... __ .. ... !E I-
UCh individual. delegate to cast tell you that mother and grand .--,...-..err w..n.
his. .own vote for a temporary mother were there? Believe me
chairman. After the final count they were there, just beamlnj y 4
Lynch woo the place by a majority with rightful pride. Congratulations SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
of 33 votes. In his book and best wishes to Dr. My SPIRITUAL
-n'COIU to be President" Henry rte and the entire family!

L. *Stoddrd. famous political LEADER your hairat
wilier of that era, has this to say MATRIARCH of DLSTl.JCT- AND PHYCHIC READER
IIbOUtbe event: ION, Passing through the city
4An Interesting and historic eoroute to her former home was HOME in
, MRS THERESA I. LANG. BISHOP HUNTER
ettU >4evtkc>ed at the tart During
jBIrfs -waited Powell Clayton American Education Week Cele one easy application!

.I,Mil i. of the white JUsj>ublkansa bration at FAMU, she was If yen are sick me worried teat
.. chair awarded' a plaque for distinguished fall te see me taday. Offtea Assr.
Ar Dau. temporary ..... Now you can hare the longer looking straight hairyou've
1
united on service to education.' easily Ie 9 OJM. T*.re4ay
.Jkn JD&A. .4l.The LJDCb opposition of ),! o Traveling with Mrs Ling were I 1 ...... te 1 ,.... Sunday 11 .... admired. The easy Silky Strata homo method
born her younger son Everette Ker- I.gpa.. give you proC.oaaJ.tpe results, leaves your hair
Lo eh-wa* a
joined the Union slaver yarded Shaw and his family They spent easy to manage, ready to style a* you desire y oar

to a captaincy; later "had been several her' older days here in the city with hair stays straight longer,won't go back even in bottact.
It 1* inter- son and his family the humid weather. Eu-
elected to Co pea.a. J Lang Kerehawi.VACATIONERS. RIAOINOSP -1oI1ow dkectiona, money-bade
...knr. and of historic v.w.at ftr00 guarantee in every+ package.
Lynch. i* the only Negro cv'U0 After having .P
defeat a White man for chairman spent three aENTU. ad+ptghr wawa aN
delightful weeks
or to bide over a national' c *- tar-atudd with dilirt .';; ./tier g.ia

vention. Aristocrat Henry CabolJxdge. Queen B. William courtesy., mother Mrs.of SW 17 St.4( I II I uauLAR atrr. dt/.__'.at.rtt. mi j r -
later Senator from Mchusctt ****- Mrs. Maxie Miller (Marguerite) WISTHOLLYWOOD w, ...,..-Ai I-, IkP 4ATfij

' *. 'Theodore Roosevelt and returned to Jacksonville An .. ran TJOOW N $]2S Ilt ...*
Geode William Curtis, nominated urgent business imnfemetit "LA. ....
nec-
and seconded him. cessitated Mrs, OSCAR J. EDWARDS .......hnr U aLII Ian ILL r

tlHG OFFICIAL, BECOBD (Dot) to make a trip to PROF. HUNT1II AT AU COSWIDC OOUNTtASPAG Mi arm

rcadcHenry Cabot Lod.IeJ Jacksonville rnuy ,pronto DR. -

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AT EBENEZER Hallandale(Episcopal Fla.) Broward --- SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 PACE 11

., ... Father E. S. Clarke Jr., priest .
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Sermon 7 aun. County :
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li"t' Evensong r .- ,...-.... .m ':00 News

I Sunday St. Ann's celebrates it II .f t Along Freedom's Road
46th Patronal
Festival with a1

most impressive service at 1 watt, B.w. <1
RUTH .
t am.The/ church was packed to ; By PERRY. ---
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its capacity. At 5 -
p.m. was" the ,

outdoor procession. Music was Civil right are no longer merely that the movement Is spreading
furnished by the nely' organized The C. W. 1L Chamber 01 a regional l r local matter. After throughout the country' with
many
Incarnati n Band under the di Commerce *iU meet Monday the inclusion of civil rights steady customers returning their

rection of Frederick Morley. At Auffj 8 at its buiMint on 41ave. yt planks in both party platforms credit cards to the offending oil
0 pm. was" Evensong and Dene- and 2Snd st AH nxtnbcri toe importance of such measures" c tnpaniea.'
diction of the Blessed Sacrament. are asked to be present.' both t. the nation as a whole and
M Fo.low.ng service the Episcopal I as a very integral part of the LUNCH COUNTERS

Clrarchw men of St. Anna was Mrs Marie Crawford of S. W foreign policy of our country Is Without fanfare or trouble of

at home to Father and Mrs. 24th st.. Wet Hoiiywo, d. spen* clearly seen. any kind lunch counters In several
C :.arke and family, at the home of a week in the beautiful city olN downbMn Miami
Mrs Beatrice Hill. .At. CIVIL RIGHTSNl"'t"r i variety
: this fane .**au. visiting relatives and stores were Integrated' on M"nday
and tXy H'I"\'t'd. deiici us repast fr.end She reports a very pleasant before in the history f August 1 I was watching the

sang "Happy Birthday" to Vilt politic or of art'UnveaUOI1I 630: new on TV when to
my
Father the Clarke and the t; NktC'ftof i nas toe true of civil right* been surprise I saw a friend of mine

St Ann's.Episcopal. Churehwomen \( ,Ray Le erae Ch rn. our Miami so dduuwl.1tatoo or theftt"u1 and a coworker" (In the NAAa-
Mrs. Erciine Morganpresented Tomes bey. Hi butt aftespending r for action upun this issue rating at a lunch counter. I could

to Father a most generous purse a week at Can.,' Rocky fed so acutely by the majority ol hardly believe my eye, buts
Clarke.
What a wonderful delegate Iron all over the nation.
Tine in iVineeton Many of theb met'me good thing happen
MRS. WALTON Y ROBINSON )
way to end (
a Happy Birth A grave awareness is surely
day ys of this area went, includingB.i.y tike that naturally as If that
Last Sunday at Ebcnczer WOe ; O'N'ei Jehn en. another *resent now in the consciousness' WM the war, they should happen

man's Day was celebrated quit On M May<< night at the Miilwn M.amt Times bay. Mr. Lamar was and conscience of America to It only proven a point again Democracy
fitLnjly A large crowd attended I Dollar laun ot HaiUadaie 5tmost right there vn the Job. He Is assistant now the w.rid that democracy li will surely work if a

and heard two'. of the city'i t Anna nvMWK-r and needs eti- SAMrtnwMtiir BH4 Kin l m re than a wurd., Alter the elections mail handful of dk-hard segreationit -

prominent peakers. Mrs Walt n loyed a i\er: to be forgotten J...- u woutmaater.Mr' in the fall. we will know will let It Most people
Y. Robinson .principal of A. L'I irwna* Baijquec 1>r. Cftntuan: wail I ho*' sincere' and hu .' political! believe"
Lewi Elementary, the momflP"kt"f me sues {**kt'f. Mr*. Liana S ; and Mrs. R.*c e Parson irurmae* will go toward strengthening American rrinciples. It U a great
Ins Her subject wat L'iare: fit, aoiotM ace mpaaied t antn<> pl"'CMtd parent of a f-lb our dim rmtic prW1Cipl.- tifaction. a* well a* a privilegeto

"Women of Bible Time and Today by Mr Aktta M uUk. of luitofidaie -I hrh t boy. born Tuewiay morning and ideals. walk along freedom'" re
and Tnoma I'. Johnj n 2w in WrM HoU"..,.
( senior warden of the InoaraatMrnwa
FARMERS
ha It that "
.tItlnawtU
t cast I
matter. The
I enact with" a dance that basquet Olive BaM CMirch fHallaMkak The NAACP i is continuing 14ttwufrottt be" the next objective ot the Flor
was rBi -
eyed ah. See will" i.b er\-e Weman'i aid to the beleaguered Ida State legislative. Investigat
j by .
I at
,ronai >'t I I I year. I..a-I f the HMmiHtf M Mrs. Vera Lee Payette and Haywwd C unUesTrnn quiet" and dignified Integratkn of

.\........ iitwaker of the afternoon mho. because they dared * is Mrs Curtifl Junes. Kev BenFraitkUn. to register to vote have' aroused will give them pause for
I ttta: INLAKhAIIUhILpiaextpal I ,...... pastor the fury of the counties' white thoutht
i uprnnacists.

1 The S u4 tom Trumpets. will
The
lua ".w. astA n. I NA.CIpr gram embrace New Yorker
'.n* at UkS"A' M.certenia I.*.- first direct relief familiec
..tAer to needy -
i. & Car= &. Jr, vicar
3110 S.W.
hal Chureh. 4ftth ave
virtwmeed
% ln. by \k irvnomiciqucese
i .enK'n at
the
cAutca'b4vr
August 14 at 3 pjn in btoINU of Vsitf Miami
and. acundly.
brco cnan*ed to tae fou/wcaurcn al onsorahts -
,.
e the bu.l"' rtHMl clrtvr Gene of a rwt..nwad..o wilhhokliag
utg acaedule: and .. .... D J. W Wihw. .
weit npi.
I I htiug III... ........................ 5.12 .. .p cMtrman. Kev N. II t patronage campaign hun ma Qvjlnrjr D Meeka andIf..
{ I school ________ lucvuJt rm J+r ui eumtMiNe whose, k ca.: Leslie\ t ffether wth cousin Wlnl-
.
; __
eo,'. Mrrung ..... L3taLvooeuog ,11 '" dealers have 4uxi" tw sell oil fred Hevelon" registered nurse at

Ln.. .....w., ..w and aoiine' Ui. Ni gr e* WKtvgMUr Helleview<<" lt.tal.. NYC. and her

..-..,. i ..,..., 1.UU Mrt !->.. E Wallace ul 434 to vote. frirnd. Foresee Morse! and 2*
6Miss SW I9.n: lit. pwwrtly returned W C 1911un l the ajM OD Saturday. Jay 90 out Vk4ar fr m Nataau, Hahmat SM Mas C7:;... r.t.d QiA ...$....,. jar guest uf her ....t. Nvrtw Itabel kA4"1I' to the Miami c: ovnunrty last weekend' and gave their

uuUWI Yuuai p.a.'t Iaa a Churcnmcn Keen She attelKtwd the "' e.kiinful fur his. work in Voting and llegt4ratMn friend and teacher. Josie W
: suivrt wd awn wo that day Mr a4 Mrs Antony Rube rU here. 1o ante raoniha ago) Robert a mot pleasant surpriseMr
w.th a tier. pat JU ?*y UirUKiay and that wf Mr. aRd Mr Stanley ha bt"M en awigntd t the area to
ano ptM> au\i **n &k'U gifta 0a W M.. Mr. H 4 erte i* the supervise the relief In Meek I* a concert violinit -
I-ram
Gloria' : Brayn.n Inctruc Sunday, turning during tae 11-! itautffcrte* at Mr. al Mrs. l agar ('\kill.erati. ."n wife the" NAACP instructor and ptano, an employee -

tor of foreign languages at Booker pitaiity Hour The SawM A atIIar& Ham afMi Mrs. Wa. s. daugtitei branch in nearby. Mmu hi*. SyaUvnatkr of N"U'ml Security
rr Washington High School \ +rrt ch.lp4er or the *J|>.cof f Mr Al1#wr. distribution of baj of Agency Hi.* wife and Miss Mme
pat Chsarrhwutsen" ..v.eaU.l huna are tpocher in the District of CD
lip ke dur.ng the even.ng" on thesublet. foi ud wa begun at S tax rvtlle

-Itectpe For Christian bir4Hy wit talc lWH Fire I*** started .rat of Ka.yll.C' County oil July S Hmvbla..

Living Both addressee were I .U I buiidmg fund drive two wet-kt A team uf worftvo headed by They attended the r*.M concert
masterly. and were" well received. FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH au Mt.abeta M.II" e.. katseldlag on Jorge Turner, ehaimwn ofexecutive the ,'n Sunday night at Miami Beach:
The amount reported stu $3.- mnittre f the Metnpht auditorium
door fr a dunati It IHei ehr
15099 The pastor wishes to Opa LockaKev. .your 4* tare K"r, 1"'r1Rwftt of Weal br........ bnjgvt in a trucker Monday morning they visited

thank all who helped in makingthe W. J. Maetn, pastor Hviiy vud %.Ner Htat..h, pr .<*- iuad of tad for dwtrtbution t*> G W Carver school and met
effort a fuoces Sara E. MeHae. seerrUry silent. K K Hardy aeawrlaryAI. faf MiHt. whom, local merchants Irincifia. | Frances S. Turker and
refused" to sell needed .ut4H"". Anthony Oardinrr
Our ......' of .*oir N 2 wag I and teachersin
MayAtieaiM a jd per n the summer shots{ Rubindoff
ovucttm wito" joy oa Mu 4ystt A PENALTY FOR REGISTERINGMr
Church of Transfiguration .. _hnt lobe attended a ...- tnloedti Me'MMM t. b PMtun's Jones and| Mr Meek grew up
pr sew a* a an .Im4 Au uat 7 a' 5Uf'of the area toflrthrr .n NV w Smyrna aJ
(Epticac-al |MM41RMMM pru.,ns. sty to the. Carver Kane*)** l teak at 3 indicate that iM Mt...n 3>O anti children
2571 N.W. 132nd TerrVro E tara that tie w4wie affair was 4MI families are w need of suchaitafter
Jahn E. Culmer plasnud iA her .....r. Mia P.M- 11wH tucude nut iMly. -.
press in chart Tr.vaAt has served lest Etat4is1 these who have legbtrrvd bu'
Stanley Sweeting, r.ponHrvlC"ftJ ac iMMUst from the srgostaa4Mn Sunday at Waatmmater. BapU also nlativ of rrgtatrrt v 5 every Sunday .f the Ar.t alt tr and s4lll' serve Church Kev N. Sears delivered rVtMtonuc prtanure* are' batng eae CLOCK REPAIRS

Morning Wtrhip .. ... ..... 130 m every capacity n cdi>4.First Uk' ....n.ac nftmu aM DeaconHarnaun tied against Nero registered

Sunday School ...... ..._... II-.3C. Bap M< to very proud of Mrachan warn MKM voters" thr'M<.fh discharge frwn ; All work guaranty?
iU rapid crwh aIM tact week, ts..* vvccung preacher' Hulk ser-
IC-ib*. denial f credit refusal. of 40 Var In Business.
.
Deaeon Len Cooper of Coconut' -a new members. m as were Ialrtttag and en>oyd ati4 w. to merehaSta, and with I

Grove recently ordained during I We are having a v.vaderful MddiRg. of cut..ies.r t* jtlt frum Andrew JaweUrs
ceremoaie at Christ Cfcureh, ha t.me aswrttuaUy and fiAanciaUyFnaAd
been 4ected and placed' to;: GREATER HEW BETHEL sail vtaiWrs are ale ayweleume. cuM.>fsers Am ng chief offrndenare I 303 N.W. 2nd Ava.
of the" nattcD't
some
charge of the Churrb of "I'MTnash..ra Mr. I llama Stracftae Iar"M'oal FR 3.0152Electrical
; Kev. W K. Sraita. pastor cumpame vA *. dealer participate
..
and the c4turest
Ol1. Mrs. K. Coniey. Ctem ta the biaekhatinc the Episcopal Mission in H me-
Morning Wwhv __.. 11:00. voters many of Kom art
stead Deacon Cooper's duties began 1 Sunday Scaooi __...__... l J6 Cloy Scuut Ttvuft. let and Scut fttmw and who n**.i gatoun

'the morning of Sunday. July U. T. U ..........._.__- ._ 4JOCvemng : < Master Aaron La mar.spent awork. and ual I to run their tractor Repairs
16. during which time he lector ,
Pernne
see c.-.p )4txiky )&e. -
..___ T.tKt
Wort&ip In
ofparishioners. > reaputu t<> a rmmorandumuwu
ed to an opttmkUc! grip The Ssuoto ..}ojrvd taut Stove
The church recelv- .."., .. tresiMtAg dafcix. D,..k by t1xttNIWf' Secretary
ST. rKAMCld AAVILH.M K y Wilkm on July 6. stale and Small Appliance
ed him cordially Very impressive marts ai.d. Anlhany houses received f .
were both Deacon and flock merit Utdgas in swimming l local: SAACuII.b throutfhuut ( Outdoor
W
I 4i*> Avt sass .1A tens the country have 1..at.utl..d oam- Lighting

and faction of ?nun. "'KaU.. to Martt HU-ra and
Every auxiliary J..fi11ft8 fH ifM Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
the Tran&t1.lurah'a: expretsrd its l MA.vtst.suy fr..ftda to refuse to tray .K* and
; ... .. ... .. .. Speakers Installed
_.. .. 1 .M
cooperatioc' and looks forward to AN .IOU; BAPTIST oil I from c tn' pane. who.e d !al!.n
venture A Sunday ..._.. 7 a.ll& AI a.Jw .. Kayvtte and GEORGE
a auccettfu-1 spiritual .n Haywuudi 4rwsbee INGRAHAM
deacon is. all ready. Hu M ro.t.r. pastor fue to aril Negro
pamh for the to eitizefi
4" i. ..u..".... rt. FR 3-1051
MI. dlftAl BAPIISID rriM r
assured The future First Lady Htwtt* m.4v . the ohureh. Deacon Cooper's fiance Sunday School J _______ IUtlormag NAACP headquarter iod.ta
b..
expressed a desire to return rpuri Service >______ 11:0081'U
to Miami and the Transfiguration Rev b A TAusw y..ws ......___..___, 530:
Sunday School -.... ll.i ZYeAUlI Worship _.______ 7.1W I
while f4edgiag her unstinted Ul8.n' 9n1Up ..._.._.._...... u-" The Community Playground anti Recreation Committee

tic group.support to an enthu Us- Evening worship ........... 7o0ae ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. of Richmond HeiKhU are dubmittin the results of

their Little I league program for the period from March 22
John Johnson former plot SI. LUKE BAPTiST Rev K. H Johnaoa. pastor
to July 22 an follow
Clue: SwecUeg. :
warden it now the Archdeacon'skey reporter
man, Harry Nabble, former Rev. P. W. Williams pastor Sunday Sc&ooJ .....-......___ 30:
Junior warden is tow swarded. es Mrs. Bunesba Green reporter Morning Worship .......___._ 11.-00 Sponsor Team Amt.
James Lucas senior lay Sunday School, ......, 9:AS ACL ., : Community Playground! Committee KaKltM 270.00

reader of the church, is also I Its Morning Service ............ 11:00 tnoUlI W..r mp ......_.._.._ 7.00 Richmond Height In BTU _...._ 330
is
Edwin Rogers 1
Juai r
treasurer amend J D. Lewis isderk. Evening Worship ,.......... 7:00 MT. AARON BAPTIST Edwards. BrUltM iulpment 30.00

Heik'hU Woman' Club Hawks .. 2 O.00
VEW MOPE P.B. CHURCH 140 N.W. 11th Ava. Ilarry'a( Sweet Shop Falcons 117.00
Rev C W Scott ?
ST. JAMES A. M. E. pastor
Hey H. C Samuels pastoy Des Earl Colder clerk Jim Kay Home Inc. Thunderbird ... 117.00

Rev. H. UcN al Harris pea Mrs Cvetyn Granger reporter Sunday SehAoi ...... ..........__ 030 Lear Summer Day Camp Equipment .. 60.00
Sunday School felt Sunday l School ....______ tJOvlorning Mnm.ng Worship ................ ll.-OO Total
Mt,. Sadie T. Dean reporter service .....- 11:00 .. .._ ...._ ..__ :-00 1044.00
Evening Worship t:Ot BTU ...... ... ......_ 530 Evrntag Worthip ......_.. 7.-00: The committee and all the kids thank you very much.
Moraine Wors&ip 1 evening worship ..._____ 731 Prater Mean j Tuesday fcOO Horace S Mton b chairman.



PACE .* SATURDAY AUGUST 6, 1910 Personal Mention I State Laymen'

JUST BROWSIN' Mrs Dizabeth Clark of New Convention
spent a week of bet
York City
By PAUL R. HENRY
racttoa with her dater and By PAULETTC JONES
.*_ _-_ -i -_-_-_ _-_ - Lra'.!: ..ln.lsw, )fro' and Mrs ,
ie1uarni42JJu- street chain George Smith! cf Floral HeirhUi .I Bishop CoHira of UM 17th Episcopal .
Oa r.alJn
Jloadty She then' motored ,.lo Everett District delivered the sermon -
lunch ewurteri
stores opened up Ga for her fraadfather t'r consecration
to Nesroes. Sereral had lunch 1 City. lOOtn service
I I Dock Andrews" birthday which opened the Florida State
Off tIDe et ,tt2 N.W T"'lpCI' A.... Mtam,, F3sra.-PP .f1' FR I.2231 : T L win be a e rrenlence not Fire generations were present Laymen's Convention Wednesday
Plant at $7k NW St/" Avenre-Aee" OX 1 .0421Gartti only to local shoppers and people' I July 27, at Greater Bethel A1IE
'rho bat to
work dwrntr-wn
I I Church In Panama City. Immediately
Ta71cr"Nt'WIrk
H. C SIGISMUND RCCVEft E.t: p aaoy o rf-towa shoppers who Mrs. E. L. following the
C. Reeves. "a..tir' > Ctftter+ and SusiPett ManrderBMerrd Tlstt Mlasnl at rerolar interrals. V. J. )(n. D, ley Coley. Mr. H I that evening welcomtap
In this c-naectlon' Your Br rw- W Coping and Mn Collins of, special program banquet honoring was the i
.- S.ri n4 law M ttrr. 'arD4C .. 127. at the r.-c Oak ser I month ago saw three N.- this city arrived in Miami on president. Felix White, and hi
*
at Ntsnd KWVU. amdr the $rt ttl Marrh A. 1t:. roes barter their lunch at. August 1 after spending sometime executive board.i .
I donrnttnm loach counter, and IiW'U1"t I in A&an Ga, with their ,i I
M.1.._ .t ,.. .. .
1. w4tnl rcTn 1'rIerntw + friends Mrs Emma Taylor
on Flayer: St many The election, scheduled: tor th
of th- .atkna1 \ew.lyrt rublt-1W'ft tattos I I was greeted by members of her next day. resulted in the reelection
State Attorney Richard Cer- : church Beulah Baptist! and her of President 'Whtte fr-
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I stein and ether authorities! hare : many friends tn Miami the thrid tern with P. MeJmo i
ONE YEAR M40. SIX MONTHS' $12,7 THREE MONTHS $1.70' irorked out a plan whereby persons as executive Yktpf'PI'kmt and
arrested in fature will not Miss Gwendolyn Smith high Ira Mae hunter as secretary.
-( IUI": ) OF nu: i:(inn .-1&1-- be held lonper than 48 hours be- !dt -l librarian in Phoenix. Arts i
THE *... ;net<< rillS>-. two...... that tseet.a ran hr4 ld the work fare a hearing. That it quite an for 15 years is spending tea days I Miss W. L. Hutchison: of Mart-
has racial and iMUtml aittet* ni.n>. whets It arc c.f'd. !. i.ry mum t'r cfosr-neat" II days. In cases here with her uncle Denm anna presided as plains, duets
/rdaidi- n' race rWr or ct-t hi* bBnuin and kcal rtcfct. HattiLCM of murder or rape the surrc' Smith of Liberty City. | tries quartets and choirs fined
MMU&. f went iw mf.-4h* >rcn> fti Mrttr* to help every manIa could be held for seven days the air with music rmuic, mwic
the firm brlfc-f ibt all n*** are hurt a* !*.** a* ao>.M.e .. bald without a !hearisf. I Mr and Mrs. Clyde M. Wheeler when they were spotligfcfex)
Mock. and children motored down Thursday evening on choirs on
On Tuesday Metro Court decided from Wathinrton to 'vittt her parade Many left the church
that j"v will not be ab> to' m t."<<. Mrs F A. Paschal and spiritual1! T uplifted at the mk-
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK ....It for a bench warrant to be I brothers at 29T8 NW 52nd ft t dies: :tnjferd' in their hen.
itsued before paying your fine by
"Youth Spettks provided
Integrate Lunch CountersThis mall If you do. youTJ have to f Mrs tails Wake Johnmn ife theme f r the Younc Laymac'.i
down +rorte to Demrer C tO.. where
pay the fine, plus a IS 00 held Friday mernte
program
week another forward in reUtie&i penalty he will vacation with her Hn ,
4p race '$ocker for the mornto w
took place in the city of Miami when three or four chain member Metro has board appointed as the Transit a fnre-! ArJ'luW.k and family ""JfII Ann Cowar" of PI-BMM C4*
who the
atteres integrated their lunch counters Kejrrees were Atrtb rtty to operate the buses' Mrs Artie W. Richardson aadehiWren. wa now ruins In the amsr In ep'emdent thr*-

nerved at F. W. Woolworth. S. H. Kre**. W. T. Grant and when acquired by the county Lovfta and Albert of bs.nest meettec' that foOewe
\VaIjrreen More. Richardson Funera'' nomehaft ..... Hallandale deVfatM ever
The West Indian Federation resumed after a wonderful motor ,'ced" M Jttte officers. Paulette
Thfei bit of intefrra'ioit has e me about an a remit tlf wH be given Home Rule by Great trip to New York City with *,",- Jcn s if the new assistant MereT -
Britain berteain* Auf 16 Those! era! p-inK of stop off The .,.
the
'it.iftt" began by the Cw gre of Racial Equalitr in tHe Federation and Dorothy Terre Is as-
arc Barbados hm.11! ': complete' their
(CORE) led by Dr. John O. Brewn. with the cooperationof Jamaica Trinidad Tobajo the mer vacation: with a hoo to tum-NaBahama *- txe- -'aet President reporter! elect PresWeet are Aatr and

the NAACP and the Minfeterial Alliance. }W.ridr-ard w and the Leeward Is- ash for a few days Jones of Panama and Priftee< ).1('-
Cohn WaH-n. teacher of Floral Tnt ah of Jacksonv.He ertive-
Little if any profrre was made .atH the City Cerami "ritIt Ekmentary School ac.e'rnpaakd reaf

4on. I.r&r Robert Kinr Hfh. chairman appointedan cjtekat There wig the Je'u"be a f 475,000 Manorial eye hrr motor tripRc4McCt tie Rich rds oM en 17.The next te-wWc metin"

interracial committee to work out the problem. ] made po.-Me by hinds will be Mold ill TamiM but tv<.
Th .rommitt** met with Xemro leaders and merchants fwri the LrMbotte for the .M stews date t< not yet kaown.Mae's .

in the city and *arne progress was reported. ,Blind ad the Vn.Terstty of Miam! lands Ana. both i 4res M - -

Meanwhile )rnme- o* our leader felt the mater wa F e4pra'niMciiiBff: Government fends from the: Bo* +*wr T Waaninrten ICo art
being" delayed The f ur- vine after 9 ending fvesb'e :; e*>ov. Beauty ChestSpeehl
were calling for action and thinking In tory bulldis; win : weeks vi J Hifir rpJa.tws'LD
term 0f boycotting th* !**or where rit-ins were" held. bran be aamod If Palnrr.for the late Dr BJpraattst ).!........ Ten and Bimincham. t hair .tyiac for one week
pi.necr eye Ala Unfit and Robbie plan only Ad h St,W; raJWrra U2JNW
In Man-h Governor !>..>Roy Collis in a statewide TV* V..win un t"esr vra on fun Mai IMh Ave OX 1-7271.
addreM. Mid that he felt that store *ho 1J1d: allow Negroes Good r Wo. *> a *'f'Pk :n ""v. aloft<<
hiac was reported at with
their
to eat at their lunch counter If they solicit their basinet keys this week At Whale Ilarbor Retie. fcrrUr rM Mt'.of Mrs Richardson Carrie
and Mrs .
Doua M Simons.lateresttsit .
in other d part H nt* The governor also Miggetd biracial n Wednesday Dr and Mrs C Funeral Hone places viarted
advfeory ('ommittNto settle I local M Smjth and Mn Taylor had a the wer
rues be ap. rood Great Masterpiece the B k
pointed. lie committee.The day Sanding many snappers Mrs Hazel Lucas Grant and Tower and Cyprus Garden*
appointed a Mate advteory Another party Deems! aon. James' and Mrs Bernie seers
they
governor's action welcomed but Smith James Lambert sad W ;. Sir1'tkiAI saw the *prrlaeuJar
wa by some, ; Mania returned! on Water Sk: Show aDd enjoyed tilt
also received much adverse critic km. ;* Littles also did we:l Little Monday after tw- weeks "
vaaon Ken c bat r de thr )uajh th
Miami i* the >firM tit)' in the state to integrate these nher t"ltrhm angers! 12 mappers enj>yed fS Several:ng at '. in CC'ft.n r rda In Wlntcrhaven "p.c w nde and In Nichols
busines places We look forward to \VI Palm Beach LcnumT" they were guest of e vjied 've V C Ph MM>
St ca: Wednesday at.erDOA. : Mrs V.:Jrt E Randa'J and la' P -v
son. <(
? : 3 > 1 Jie farmer boa
Tampa and Ja'k R1JJ.e.kiBt:' rfmilar action in the not :: :'J distant future.
--
Lunch counter in Durham. :,.C. ended prejration'

is Kre**, Woolworth and >we other More on Mondaythe :

Mtk day it ended in Mitaii.Intepratin .

? theH' bugs pluM it a proFreive

step in these Southern cities and the fwliHc #een U we l.1
come the chanpe. I

It would have ten JoG much better WUon titk integra-i I

had taken place without any kind e( K<* re. but \
"alls well that end will."


\\j

Fire Metro's Manager?


After.three years operation under the manage

ment of \\ 0, Campbell refH'tr1fare that all k not well

with our Metropolitan irovernment The commteeioners are

not satisfied with the county manager and there are rumors -

that they are determined to pet rid of him.

They would like: for him to reign. but Mr. Campbell
declares he will not rein.

Mr. Campbell is our first Metro manager. It seems to 4i

us that after three year operation, there should be more

cohesion but we suppose those on the i inside looking out, # .

can see more than those on the outside looking in. L w_

Quite!( Interested in the dtecharffe of the county manager err

is the Government Research Council of the

Chamber of Commerce. It's executive committee has been d

inquiring Into the reported discharge of Mr. Campbell.

The committee has asked the i ommiwiuner to delay consideration -

of the discharge, at !least until January 1961
when the new commissioners x i'! be in office.

The commiseionera are now on a month's vacation.

Maybe upon their return to duty th4ng will work out
more satisfactory



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'7h weakness of Southern Democratic I leaders as R&.t'JOLt.. Col!. Daniel .
-
viewed by the nation is their seeming opposition to all "Chappie" James of Pensacola, Fla.. S.and hlitz holding t nc !ar'taip check from

civil right Whatever the issue involving Lassie guaranteesof left famed Air Force jet pilot and World Brewing Co is Ernie H;:r

human right. Southerners oppose it as a matter of War II fighter companion. William niladelphia who is president of the. ,
Cur
course without offering an alternative. They would like to tit, right, enjoy re-union in Atlantic City tional Negro Licensed Beverage Asstion. .

ignore the question altogether but it just as obviously can- just prior to Col. James' departure Sir. Curtis is executive director

not be ignored/'-Atlanta Constitution. commanding post In England. Standing to new in nual X.VLBA. which was holding its fir,'

con\ention in Atlantic City



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"DANCE A KID MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA


TO CAMPOn I SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, I960 PAGE 5 .


Monday evening, Aug. IS,,
8 pjm. at tne Northwestern High
Scno.t Oym, ail feet will be
"
annual& YMCA to 11eneiiL| : t

The dYe jockeys of Greater
Mfl Patter Party Dance and Snow :&
to aut. with Camp ScnoiarybdiM
i r worthy and needy boys and
girls to attend YMCA IlesMence
Camp at Lake Placid
August 27
of Mays Hlffh top athletes' have landed' choice through Sept. 3.

!ehoJ'Nhir3 at Big Ten schools, Robert Young has a grid Your favorite entertainer will I
grant at Michigan State and Leroy Page was grabbed appear on the show.
up Ail persons In attendance will
the
by I
l/nivereity of Illinois cage coach. Both are natives have the time of tneir life -
of Indiana who came down with Robert's brother Roy, dancing to the timely music of
who coaches basketball leading recording artists. The
at Mays Roy is a former FAMU
cage whiz who activity wiU commence at 8 pro
I :
captained' the Rattlers
the I is the SOX Roth and convene until everyone is -
et scholarship jrrant-in-aids were arranged by Univer exhausted' with meiodious: ;,;:

pity of Miami track coach Bob Dowries, who wishes he rnytmK entertab rent. s .

could ue some of this good Negro material he is forced
to pass up. Incidently Dowr.es did the :4z
ground work to get S
Jimmy Douglas OUR PAST THIS ;
the Caner sprint whiz in Southern Illinois -

University under Lew Hartzog, one of the best track WEEK
coaches in the business. You'll be
hearing plenty about
Douglas
and Southern Illinois.
An ANP Feature
August i, 1834 Slavery became

CltH>mIe Crumpton and sister Lottie Ward left Weed unlawful in British Empire
700,000 liberated.'
nesday for New lurk
City. Brother Shaddie Ward and August 2. 2. 1866 Booker T.I I
wife spent a few days Nassau.. It was Shaddie'a first Washington moved with file

vacHton_ in. many.. a year Captain Bill Deveaux is. mother from hales Ford,I
t. L' Va. Maiden I
to W. Va.
Uilcnewr
aarae: 1-'onne went home
10 r>assau to snow AUlwt: A. IRIS glint Hero
daughter Rene to her parent Rudy's TV Repair Shop staves- --were- -Landed --in

has pulled down the shutters and the enUre staff is on America at Jamestown, Va Leroy Turnqucst, standing, b chciwn with hi* brothers
vacation until Aug. 16. August 5. 18M Matt Henson Alphonso Cooper and drarhnn Moncur when he visited
flrat Negro to reach the Miami last month from
North Pole, born in Mary Japan.
Miami horse fans, touters and land i
form bettors will Turnquest is an Air Force
August I, lM8 Fred Douglas ciiilian engineer In charge
probably get a look at Negro jockey this winter. He is creates sensation with dramatic of an "antenna farm" in the Kanto plain
area Tok0.
Alfred Brown, 24ycar-old apprentice now riding; the New aperch before World )' For the pant 15 years he has directed the near
York tracks and has 15 winners to his credit. Brown nan Temperance Convention in electronic maintennacc and testing,

been lauded by the beat as being a good rider, is a good London. I i I acre farm. technical operation of the 40-

hand with the whip and knows what he is doing lie I

work for trainer Cheater Ross who usually races in Flor I ---- --

ida during the winter. Brown started riding in 1953) ; got Lawn Party For I King Cole in Post Office

his first winner at Monmouth on July 21, 1954. That fall TeenagersMonday
he joined the Navy and did not resume riding until this TV Spectacular Robbers Indicted
spring at Pimlico. Brown is aftern,on. Mra. A. M Continued' from I Continued from refe 1
quiet and page
doesn't beef. ...
He is Coleman' entertained in honor of 8 830-930 t .tal) clerk in
Hlrr tndicUnenta
bull
liked pan
by the jockeys. her teenage cousin: Catharine Cole. the first Thursday. revt&ed -
member of brace !
of Jacksonville who Is a
\.Vamama The
clerk, .- "
.. I ) U-okl Mara
tAe guest \or her sum, Mrs. Emma to have 'ranks.
his r
I nanato own weekly) wae struck on the hd
this into.
unrrVJUIUVH tur lIiram newels, Sw eeUng. with a lawn party tdkvlakto how, a fow swat N with a eixna4 piatol and his head
a scholarly minister, was the first Negro elected to Con Thaw attending were De tots ago, taped the ff gram in the gushes! IhruuA a hbrrtxierd wan
great and the only Negro e\cr! to take a seat In the United and lima Hayes, Wuuxu Itrd- atuee leading capitals of Europe at 6f 3 NE 2nd ave.
States ixMiate. He was elected from of all dab Ann Cower Patricia Ruaseli Paris. London and Rome. Hall and Lylea' were arrested
states MlaSISaippl
Vernrlla and Ludia Reed, during his recent: concert tour Ire than 15 minute' later
in 1810. How about naming our next new public Miltora Rivers. Cariiyn lUvers, The show will feature mueic rep- lice MI Franki' description.( by Wrtb po
school Hiram Revels ? ? ? Kverytime I look at the cur- Drlorrs ILvers. strlla Uell. I I Mrntatrve of each city Inter- them w* $JOO taken from the
runt Hokum Bread billboard sign I get the idea that the lint dUll, punch, ice cream and apersnd with anne C >le tantlard branch > ff ce.
c older were served that
j I are typically USA.
little girl on it i t& colored Wanna bet that the next tube TfM e assisting were' Mrs

toothpaste. you buy will be Crest ? ? Bert Cooper wants Coktnan. Mrs Lucille Reed Mrs In addition to the fitted Unset
Myrtle Evans and Mra. >Emma the program will feature Brittebcumedian
tu, name the two young Bengal tigers at Crandon Park Swreting. David King A STOREFOR
'
Goo Ben and Gal State and local narcotic agents are any of eight dancers will comp round RENT

concentrating on the Liberty City area. They claim that viit the caxt.
14Art N.IV, 1--I A.,_.
marijuana is .
running rampant in the area. CHECK YOUR SOCIAL ftC- -- -
I I CURITY ACCOUNT. A check .* $75 per month
h' account affect CAL'S
y may thameunt
What's this about the Hollywood police arresting that ... the amount .f Bonded Collection Agency
three men and three women from Carver Ranches and yyr social security benefit when' BAR & GRILLENOW 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue

making: the women disrobe and walk up and down the yeti retire er ......hl happen te SERVING FR 38416Mr.
became SieakleS... ....ettte are
cellblotk.: The group has *ecurc | a lawyer and will file based .,. total earning I If yenrempleyer BREAKFAST LUNCII Willis

suit Raymond Aranha. Miami's talented thespian, will SIS. net apart yeuiaalary AND DINNER
be a FAMU graduate tomorrow Rumor persists that' ., repened It wider aslse.rr.ct
Go,'. LeRoy Collins social eecwrlty/ numberyewr At Popular Price J. F. DEAL
is considering STUDIO
appointing Miami's
accewnt may be .,.,... Yew 6006 N.W.
Municipal Judge I. t;. Thomas to one of the four addi should. check it every three yean 22nd Ave. Phone FR 4-3034

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census. 307 N.W.
2nd A*..
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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I HEROINES OF 197 Summer

PACE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960Between JERICHO INSTALL


r 7( .. ,. .-. OFFICERSOn }I Grads at A&M

July 28 the nowly elected --

The Lines. officers of Queen Esther Curt Tallahassee-Dr. James Phillip 7Brawley
will deliver the annualtummf'f OF
of Jericho were DIRECTOR
i!I No 305 Heroines comrmmcement address
HANCOCK for ANP ------ District Defwty .
GORDON
the
--- .By installed bt the 197 graduates f FloridaA
to
the ADMISSIONSNAMED
Sirs Johnnie Mae HiU at and M University in Lee Hall
I i nlC-it.-iC 1742 NW 3rd air Saturday morning
auditorium.
WANTED: NEGRO after the installation Mrs Hil1 Aug 6 at 7 am. FOR JCDr
was guest f honor at a banqwe'celebrating
the 35 ye"rs of the A breakdown of the prospective Sam J. Baptlsta, Education
SCHOLARS organized' court N'o 3ft6. A shor graduates ace ding tc Officer! at H'mestead Air Force
and delhrhtful program was rendered schools and colleges Shows 102 Base! for four years, has resignedhis
Mrs Hitl convnended the of education and 45 position to become director! of
N master
few ago a rTt'Ph.D.
Just a years
rarity Not so ttlsv court for unity and ft"rvkeIn bachelor of science degrees will admissions f"t Dade County
was a IF
when Nerroes are faring forth the c urt and wished them 35 be conferred fr m the school of Junior College.' Dr. Kenneth R
from" our best universities wtth m*re vears of ervtee!' in the education one master of science Williams president, announced.
that coveted decree In every tn.creasing Grand Court of Heroines of Jerieh degree. 38 bachelor of science de- I
numbers. Her special guests were Mrs grew and 11 bachelor of arts ]I Baptists has already begun the
Mildred Rolle and Mrs Carrie dc.rees from the c liege of an proeess'nf! of more than 1200
But the Negroes who are' frtanate Johns n O'her guests were Mrs! and science N.rdent wr>llcatlons for adrnls-
to take degrees must bent Msrv Tate of Na .'J. sister to theM The sefeool of pharmacy and sl-n to the Junior College which
In mind that the degree in Itself, A. M : LurVne lit burn. Mrs! the college of law Jo not hoW or."ns ft September
U. nH enough for we need Nerrr Juanita 5 hep herd. France flrahwn. classes during the summer s"-j jsi Dr. Williams said students whowish
scholars who beerme authorities! acknowledged scholars of hi Ro e Msrv Revno1 and | to enter the junior wile;*

in their respective fields. Unhsm. genera 'nOne Mr! Gertrude Routherland n.Dr.. lira ley received his .hould make written application

ray we too often see Negroes I of the greatest scholars InI I A full course dinner' was served bachelor of arts degree from the ,, Immediately to the director of
take degrees and get a good with po-I the history of Harvard Universit) I! and everyone had a wonderfultime. Samuel Huston C)1Jein 1920 'I II arfm! sons for Inclusion on awaiting
sltrTi and Just fade away was a man without a Ph.D. derce. -!I In 1924. he I"f't"eindte master list Qualified students on
nothing else ever heard from His name was KittredgC| I I I .f arts degree from Northwestern the list will be considered as col-

them. whose name and fame are known' Mrs Janet M M ws 111 andcould .I I I University in the field of rellg- lere -oenlnrs occur.Baptlsta. .
But along with the degree throughout the wt rid of learning net attend and a s;len l M. education. In 1941 he re- Dr. Williams said, win
saould go 'the willingness to and letters. | prayer w as ofTered fr Mrs. Ve- eeived the Ph.D. degree from be responsible" for developing!
tackle the harder tasks of becoming The subject of Whltf'-"l If'C' roftica Hannah, who is out of the Northwestern University policies covering student admissions
scholars f I'1 degreed persons concubinage in the South and city due to Nee death f her sis His honorary degrees include and will maintain Mason

are not scholars and all nation is one crying out f r exploitatkm I' ter. doctor of science in education with Dade high schools. Veterans
scholars are not degreed The Nero -.I The love and devotion The bane iet mrmn;ttee wa* from Samuel Huston C liege Administration! and the Selective
= race will not come intlt often exhibited .te ne of the thanked< for mak,ng h.s ou- mos' and doctor of laws from Illinois: Service System on student mat.
own until there Is rreater correlation profound..tei.t1on of the foe outstanding event a success I Wesleyan University leftHIING
between' degrees and schol.arshlp. that love knows n> color lines -- --- .
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The vat problem of concubinage -
To- often nur faculties are is not to be chained merely
studded with decreed men and by force alone, but true i ve ha
iwtwnen but few p< bHcatkm. of a often been a part of the sordid! { OF HEARTS CLUB
creative nature that savors of story made sordid by the way the,
scholarship This fact Is brourSi story has been told rather than
t> mind by the retirement of Dr by its natural qualities. I
J Franklin Frazier of Howard I
Unlversltv who was one of our I The quc 'n n "Why stand yc
most productive scholars, and he here idle?" is pressing upon the FRI SAT SUN AUG. 5-6-7
leaves Howard with concrete increasing number of degreed Negroes
dawns to being not only I man awarminf in our land.
but a scholar of
of high degrees
The old that the
Negro i
I gags *
tremendous achievement inherently criminal and a rapist

Dr Frazier retiring with no' still go the rounds, and what b FLOOR SHOW
only a distinguished' career as a written to refute such lies were Big
teacher but he has t his credit written by White achrlars. We
nine books and more than a hundred nerd' serious Negro scholars togive
articles in brochures and the world the *whole truth
The UNTOUCHABLE"PHIL
professional periodical Here vms about Negro offenders as abut
a man who was not nly degreed others.In .
but a scholar. his American Race Problem
_. Reuter in a small way tried to HARRISYour
The complaint. often madethat disabuse the mind of the reading
.* do not have an output ofcreative public of the notl n that the Negro -

literature commensurate is predisposed to rape a lie Master of Ceremonies
with our degreed' Negroes In our that is hinted and passed around i
growing colleges and universities in many ways, that seeks to defame I
Too often the last we hear of "ur the Negro. I
degreed Negroes .is on graduation We need a bristling creation,

day. i by a Negro scholar to tell In Sam Moore & Dave PraterMIAMI'S
It take more work t-) become stentorian tones a scholar than it takes to earn a merely hinted at Until more of,
degree And.we are convincedthat our Negroes with high degree
hard work too often causes turn scholars then the public NEWEST SINGING
our defreed Negroes to balk before must depend for its infonmatfc'tior SENSATIONS
the challenge of being aholar. mutinformation upon prejudiced .
writers :: !f- ,

Hard work is the price that H a ELOISE
must be paid if the degreed mal NOTHING HURTS I led
la to become a ch-J-ar. Lwrrenc.Ttbbett .

the great Metrctxriitanbarifne A DUCK BUT
is dead. It was said of
him that he mastered 70 qcra I 1 14FOREMAN
H i1.
roles and could handle any of HIS BILL e
them upon a moment's notice I I
PONTIAC Mien. (ANP) -
What prodigious study must Edward Ringgold. a aumbetrplayer Popular Recording Star
have g nr into his consummate
complained police tha
mastery of 70 roles of Grand a
he had received only $1,500 on) a
Opera. One of the most glorious :
winning ticket instead of the
memories of my life is the mean-I $:.1 O he had expected. Esther SutherlandNEW
cry of Tibbett singing the role of
Amanasro in Verdi's masterpiece' | Police obliged Ricggold} by arresting =
Aida. Lawrence Tibbett was agreat three men with whom he YORK'S LATEST
opera singer because ftc was Hid he'd placed his bet They are 1
willing to work and pay the price awaiting trial on charges of violating SINGING FIND
for his immortal fame Mate gambling laws andp
westing of bet 1Hpt.
The Negro race needs scholar
as badly as the Metropolitan Hut RlnvgokTs complaint back Vanilla WilliamsShake
needs stars but these are simply fired last week when police arrested -
Impossible unless more ofIf degreed him on a charge of winning Dancer Supreme
Negroes turn scholars. The at gamblink. Rinxgold strod
late Dr. Charles Johnson was no*I mute before Munic&al Judge
a man of the highest degree but I Cecil McCallum. He was released 4MIMM -

he was a sch.4ar, and one of the pending trial

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B..C.C' Graduate I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
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SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 PAGE-4?

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I alY ELUOTT J. PII2E lea and kal laatitntteftm tie
PHIL OSSOFER oneness of the human race.

MORE GOOD AND BAD at the Miami Time caflce. I will! I SAYS I believe that common nwllas
begun to mature and that pa&tJc
NtWi FOR SOUTH FLA. return officially to duty at both
opinion b forcing our politician
.
the Tbnes and WMBM
August IS -
Last to recognize our key problems
-reek t discussed the comIhjt In the
meantime the
best of
hearings which the Florida everything to all of Boob of our major political Now. If their words are. after this
Railroad<* and Public Utilities I you parties have taken a mature attitude I election l transmuted Into action
Comissten has called In order to INQUIRIES POUR 'IN ON I towards civil rights In their they will have truly accepted the
determine whether' or not the $TUDSN1 s' FAREWELL BALL : platforms for the: coming' election challenge of this ....
rates now charted by the Florida I hope the victor whichever
Power and Light Co are too Inquiries on the annual Stu. It may be, will sincerely
hUb and should be reduced' f dents' Farewell Ball mhkh ems es strive to foster the cause of tree lIrodIeImproveJReBt
called It "Good and Bad News" off Thursday, Sept 1 at 10 p.m equality.The .
for South Florida god for the j I at the Harlem Square Ballroom : fact that both parties !aft
curt men and bed for the company have been pouring Into the down agreed to give International affairs A'W
I town office '''f the Miami Times first consideration does not
Just one day after that column! since the announcement last week de-emphasize the civil rights 2741 N.W. .49tli St.
was written, the C'mmiwHon! ) 'f the event Many students' who 1 Issues. Instead It gives greater
made another startling announcement -i' are going to college' f-r the first significance to these! Issues, which Regular meeting. tat awdl
which could also come under -!+ time, want to know whether or must be resolved before we can 3rd Monday nlcM of otter
the heading of "Good' and not the dance will be formal af enlarge our Influence on the International
fair --- -- - in. P M...
on eoaoorewifj'
Bad Xt"'A, This one concerned' J I I or what type of attire win bworn sees' *. IB
the same general' type of thing. Others' want to know who Mrs. Bonnie Phillips Lee, Our actions at borne win now on. AH realaemU off
except that the company' In this]f all win be permitted' to attend daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Jessie prompt the rest of the world 70% BrowntvtH invited to join i
case Is the Southern Bell Telephone the affair and who will not. And Phillips and wife. of Walter Lee of which If non-wWte. to lean
and Telegraph Co. The IIItltrNoIn of 15400 NW 18th a**.. Opa either' towards' dssnoeracy crcmwmanl. NM Atfam* Prtw' .
Comrntarfon: also charred that Locks, will graduate from Be- ... This trwnendousj re- W. C. l.wt, a.'y
fr'rn all appearances the Telephone reply! may I explain that thune Oookman College Satur sponsfclllty which baa fallea n
Co. Is also! charging too the! Farewell" Bill much Itth, day. Au*. 6. Mrs. Lee Is a IBS our shoulders calls for mature
high rates for Its service, both Reunion' Ball It strictly collegiate graduate local and distance and sport. You may dress as claim their OWII.
1-ng The com- She has a major In mathematics U
ml 4 a here chemistry. () .trH't.' In his fine irw/jr/ MONEYCONSOLIDATE
morn win be collegiate sfml-! 1! A. y 1
hearing
to be
held
to determinewhether Mrs Lee will be> the main "
Mind.
portrays
-
tar t the type nrltnewrf at college bo k. The Mature
or not telephone rates i speaker' the senior
on chapelThursday of maturity' for today -
1 dances An high school this test YOUR
should be
reduced. at 12 noon. Her subject"The order to see
sraduates returned cohere t students He states "In
All of these mores are healthy and signs of the ridit things being cteconr are eligible[ to attend the n" Her future plans are Incomplete commonly 1 are, we can de nobetter $1000 $11 team.
d-ne In the battle of t h t affair JnrUttlon will be In them than to sire up what OUT $2000 f 3S ....
Wf'1t.ref the people against the ll br Aug 15 Anyone _b' has reaction U an American people $3000 $38 ...
welfare of private Industry" not mrtved his! Invitation by Practical Nursing at has been to the central problem |
Whether or not the rates are I. Au,. 22 Is asked to can in person of our time: that of moving out Miami Natitnal "'trtPE''
actually reduced Is not the most, or phon the darn t-wurn office NorthwesternPersons of provincialism Into One World. I
important thing at this stage of TO 3-22M' and he will receive" Each age It seems, puts Its earnpeculiar Licensed A..*...
the pf'n'oHdlnp What Is hmrY- Invitation tor titmwtf and his test to the human race';
tint rlftit now. Is the fact that !In- friends Yo, mar also make yourt4)te between the ares of 17 asks man (whether or not he can Rearn 72tIYBOLO rs* 3.I"r.
resilfatfons have been made Into rrtenrat-fj at the same of- and 45 may register for the S r>- achieve the mental eeaetkmal 1LOO. inNe. ..
the operation of both the FPL.and flee. twnber class In Practical I
to the
and social stature requisite
the Telephone' company It Northwestern Senior Nunln.1 J
with a view of determining SchoolThere solving of arm key problem or
cluster' of probl na. There can Don't Fret Flirlier
Commencement -
whether the rates are too high.! at Is an Increasing demandfor
doubt that the key preb-
be little
And far .
all Indications
so pointto well trained Practical Nurte\
the fact that they are Again Bethune Aupr. 6 to help ire nursing care to all Irma' of our period Is that of polit expressing Join Th NAACffCEASOR'S
I say these hearings should be of our dtlxens through adequate .
open to the general' pub'kand Davtona Beach<< BL"hop Marquis The prnmm at NorthwesternIs
should be largely attended In LaFayette Harris win deliver accredited by the FVrlda: State '
order to show the Interest of the the commenten>ent address to Board of Nursing and graduatesof UNIVERSITY OF
public fn( these Important matters the summer graduating class of the program are eligible to
Unless some t'lf'f curb Is Bethune Cookman College at 10 become Ik.-f'nHd practical nurses BEAUTY CULTURE
put on some of these utilities am companies, there's no telling Just White Hall auditorium.I -.ck xxxticxtiCOSMETICS MOST MODERN IM Till eeUTttI I
what the rates wlU be
Dr. Richard V Moore, presidentof Fascinating Work Unlimited OpportuskHUe
MY VACATION
TIME' It Bethune-Cookman CWJete, 4lM
HIRE states that 20 students' win receive Miami Times NewspaperCall Only Halr.W..v Training Center la The Sotrtfc
Beginning this Saturday July degrees and eight outstanding .
30 Fm taking my annual vaeaJtlon. citirens will receive citations YUkon 3-5681 Writ. today for furlh.- tnformtio
and a much needed rest On f'r dusty UtJft&ndtnr contributions
this Saturday afternoon I'm in the ares of education" and IOtU ciw" 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Mami, PlarUa
leaving Miami via Pan Am- human relations.
erican. Airways plane for
Nassau where, HI take a few days

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return Miami,
to on Monday
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA BARMAIDS BALL -

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, .AUGUST 6, 1960 I I
HUGE SUCCESSThe
--- .B..... RE55AR

Annual Mid-Summer Bar- U
maws Ball held last Sunday evening -
at the New King of Hearts
LiB ITY Club was a swinging affair U HIE
evidenced by the large crowd
that turned out Ir: the occasion. FINDER OX F
....wIA7... The regular outstanding show was i'

OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. supplemented by guest appear-
ances of some of the area's many
MM MH&H well-known artists, among which THE GLCANORS .. and ft..I 1 I Washington Carver Branch "y"

FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY were Jimmy Reeves cf the Cafe Club ii busy as ever. It's a beach* Musical Soiree Sunday, Aug. 14
Society and a newcomer to the party this time (Aug. 27) at Virginia -,I at Its Breezeway on 15th Ave
entertainer
local scene, a great each Here's something to I' will feature the compositions of
MARK TWAIN'S"SUCKIEBERRYFOT Miss Esther Sutherland Beach.of the write your friends about: Clinic' Victor Herbert Arthur Evans
Red Carpet on Miami fans can leave their can at home consultant Bethany SDA

The inner in the popularity( and catch the Orange Blossom Building Fund committee planning -
The Uw contest was Miss Betty Gray. Classic Special. The Seaboard a Crandon Park picnic and
barmaid at the King of Hearts IUL is putting on this special amusement Aug. 28.
I Club who won with 440 votes which. will come from Pensacolato
Runner-up and winner of the Miami making pick ups in NAT KING COLE accepted the
= consolation prize eras Eddie Rol Marianna. Quincy, T. abusee.Maclaon. Invitation of Prince Ranier ind
K. 'r [Cto roaScope tS Winner of the ISO Savings Bond Jacksonville, Waldo Gainesville at the royal couple's annua'
METROCOLOR .i.ri was Claxton Selvage of 2030 Ocala Winter Haven, Seabring, benefit show there which closet!
k NW 152nd St Miss Gray's prize right on down arriving here Saturday yesterday. Dave Cavanaufh conducted -
.i t was an all-expense paid trip for morning. Dec. 1 at 0 ama ,. t'r Cole. The musician
: rIle uTXa j a week in Nassau.,; full day outing prior to the big. were all Monacans Tonlgh'
event at reduced rates. Dt Elks of Greater Miami Temp!fare
Plans are in the making fer strutting their cotton picking -
the Mid-Winter Ball to be held stuff It's a Cotton Dress Bar'
J Plans are in the making forum in the Harlem Square Ballroom
POW.
PETITE SHIRLEY ANN
with. a big band probably ELL and Charles Smith will be Yu: can bet the girls will put on
Count Basic's Orchestra with Joe
Choi-Sett Golf:
The a honey
Williams, to play for the affair welded Monday, Aug. 8 Club. Chicago, is host to the National -
i _.ItI1L LY'1' ;:d1. t which will be the Official Barmaids former Barbara Muell looking tournament Aug. 22-24
serene (she's wearing a ma tern*
Ball and sponsored by the
Dave Bondu is busy rounding uplocal
The
I ? jty) and pretty as ever
Bar and Restaurant Employees
for their meet1
golfers great -
PATTY McCORMACK NEVILLE BRANDARCHIE AsMciaticn of Dade County. Soaddie from the(Daddy brief )Nassau Wards are vacation.back l I ing. I have seen the calendar of

Emma back from her Missusipi -, events and brother it's a big time
.. .. came
fl4 .. time do the I lin the Windy City.,
tnp in to
NODGE( JOIN NOW I
EDDIE
MOORE crossing with Shad< e before returning I
- Miami Branch to her Miami Beach position SORRY I Couldn't make.. the
NAACPMEMBERSHIP FUra Hadley (Richmond Kllpatricks (Spic and Span
PLUS DRIVE I Heights neighbor) recent Insertion outing honoring br'-ln-law Chas
of the surgeon's scalpel was Damon Altamease (FeMerl
4D MAN a success. Sne's recuperating Gaines is down from the Big City
nicely. visiting "Sister Angle Bro. Elliott
Science Fiction Spectacle f I I I I Felder and Dad, ElL "L.T."

I is kept quite busy shuffling between
Opa Lorka and Miami,
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY BERTHA SIMMONS and Lois l
keeping up with the family.
Stanley will take care of your I
Sherry's Broasted chicken or oth
er desires' at their 3rd ave. location. AUGUST BIRTHDAYS: Eva
bjjT1FYOU1NEVER This new breasted deal. Graham. W. Dunn. Alzeta Wiles -
Uv fr'inlYo'l1 Uke It n. Blanch Harte Caroline Motley -
Coconut Grove Wilbur Brastfleld and Macnlsh is ; 2, Rev Joseph Reddick
I Open Sunday 15 p.m. IT for the summer ref ahmdt.a Louise Byrd; 4th Manatee Ban-
3140 Hibiscus This VL special is 100% blended nerman. Jessie Mlnfo Isadore
SEE \ Scotch is taking to these parts ina Johnson Walter BarthwHl; 5th
$495 Down $75 Month big way', 86 proof and a product Glendena Edwards; '7th Betty A
I of Scotland try it Rudolph I, Jackson Congrats to Mr and
Lovely 2-bdroom with large Curtis, ptvular tailor in these I Mrs. U G II rne Jr An expression -
MM1WR MOTION PICTURE Florida room on beautiful parts and roust recently in Key, of sympathy u extendedto
lot. No closing cost and one Wet returned h.me (cor. 38th the Leo Aborts: (tn the departure
St. and 12th ave.) this week W of their mother Mrs. Grace
I MHH7 I mortgage payment. This Albert in Key West.
III YOUR UFEci.iYou must be seen.

=--:-- -:- --- ABOUT TOWN
North Miami Beach NEED CASH
; BETTY GRAY crowned Queen
MVSTSEEL' $395 DOWN of the Bar maids and Bartenders $25 to $600PL8.3653
I Bali Sunday evening at the
;: i New 3 and 4 bedroom CBS (most talked about spot in town)
.: homes King O Hearts The affair was a
on large landscapedlot.

DCHAUCifiSCS City water, no closing grand dy of the success.promotion Dave Marks is losing dad-no] IDEAL LOAN CORP.

cost. Balance like rent. time in planning their Grand
6105 N.W. 7th AT .
------ .. Bail and Stella attraction early *
I this winter The George I
Near 79th St.

PLUS Beautiful new 3-bedroom

CBS. Tile roof, hardwood

floor, Florida room, $1,500 t
4 MASSES OF THE
t down, no closisg coat. This

C FAITHFUL CRUCIFIED is a custom built home.

'A ON THE FLAMING -
.al I "
LoT
'J HILLS THE r--CASH FOR YOUR THIS WEEK two of our meet Cn n t to be "kicked around"

;DECADENT SPLENDOR prominent NAACP leaders facepossible
',, t PL 7-845 283 NW 79th StAIR imprisonment We are in WE READ with grtat InUrcctlast
.OF THE ROMAN ORGIES week in the Outdoor section
l sympathy with them or rather of the Miami Herald about small
THE WILD'CHARIOT in the cause they are fighting so boat cruising
"" RACE hard for Most of us know the
Steve Trumbull the "Suwannee
CONDITIONED "surface facts" in the andre
case
\ OF THE ROMAN River Boy" and Jim Martenhoffb
apt to neglect to reason out
ating editor of the Herald compared -
e ) DESTROYERSTO CAPITOLTHEATRE the why's and waat-frri:: in their the best methods for cruisinjt -
: stubbomess to fn'NIbe man in outboard boats.
: ;: bership list of their organizationTo Ever since we were knee-high
.A T. MIDNITE I SHOW to a pram we loved boating and
the
us Revs.
AND aUNt THRU WED. Gabs Theodore R the magnetic enchantment of the
n and Edward T
Two big sin hits have Graham waters, whether it be creek river -
stuck
out their necks for ,
r stream
or
"VICE RAID"with the cause of freedom and their ocean.
launch and unwavering loyalty Mr
Martenhoff chose the oceanas
Maml Van Dertn
to their organualion.
the ideal cruising fare far

and We are not a member of the. true adventure and daring and
THE PUSHERS"RITZ NAACP nor any other organization the thrill of running for a cove
for that matter, but we da in time of a threatening squall
have our "leaning" for those Trumbull chose the serene aced
groups who are fighting for the qmrtntK' if the lake and riversof
I betterment of racial conditions Florida. He extolled the less
I We may be ostracized for the dangerous waters of the rives tc
lack of civic -joining up" but ware that of the ocean; the serene
not the Joining kind_ and beauty Of nature r n the black
THEATRE waters where there is no fear of
However whatever the out- rain squall.
NOW SHOWING c.tne of this Legislative Investi.cation .
of We have thrilled to both
PORTRAIT INBLACK" communism In the
BEGINS FRIDAY NAACP ranks in Florida we methods of boating but give ui
the more hardy cruising that if
would
like
the Revs. Graham and
,. "BELLS ARE RINGING""GIANT Lana Turner Gibson to know that the cco- the wide expanse of the ocean
Anthony Quinn munity the State of Florida Here the thrill Is unlimited let
OF MARATHON" PLUI"Detl'7" and the NAACP as a whole are the less faint hearted.

STEVE REEVES one hundred per cent behind If ever comes in you
STARRING
Audis Murphy you and will, back you to the hilt can betrthatWt < will laden it aDd
on your militant stand for fearless takeoff for the cpen seas. W i
m -- leadership and a determna1 Just love it that much

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Daughter Elks THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Miami Ministers I
Cotton Dress BallThis I SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 PAGE 9 I


Is the night Aug. 5. You i Your Social Security Card I Ifth JAPANESE TO ,
Face Jail This Week cant afford t) miss this Cotton I key to future benefits. It can
Dr* s Ball of Greater Miami represent thousands of dollars of SEE MAYS
e Temple No. 769 IBTOEW at the I protection foe you and your famlly '
Court to ActFollowing tify. Attorneys for the two dc.fendanu Harlem Square Ballroom at 'I If you are disabled dls or GIANTS .
grow old. If lose card
expect that he will rule pm.Dt you your
Final swiftly but state that there are Enid Reese, chairman of I'' dont rely on old records or mom NEW YORK (ANP) WU-
no precedents: in Florida law to invitations and her committee cry when plvtno employers your lle Mays, playing one of his best t
Refusal To Produce guide in a determination of thesentence. have seen that cur many friends(! number. Apply for a duplicate seasons In the majors despite the
The two men have had have invitations to this Ball. Dt card at the Social Security office poor showing of the faltering Sao
Membership ListsTwo the support of counsel furnished Hester Rivers chairman of decoration at 2S4 NE 9th at. In Little River Francisco Giants, will put his
by the NAACP and the American and her committee have It's more Important than you tabu''us talents on display for the
Miami ministers, leaden Civil Liberties Union.. made the ballroom a pretty place think. benefit of Japanese baseball tans
of the Miami chapter of the National to be. Chairman of hosesses, Dt during a 16-game fall tour of
Association for the Ad Rev.' Graham stated followingthe Maude Glass and her committee I AKA Second Free Japan by the Giants between
vancement of Colored People hearing that his refusal to will be there to greet you at the Oct. 16 and Nor. 18. .
face possible! imprisonment this testily was baaed on a "responsi door. Dt Ellen Taylor will serve I Eye CheckupAt The tour was announced last
week for their final refusal on bility to posterityand that be you at the ticket box. FiD3ncoel week' by the office of Baseball
July 27 to provide NAACP mem nad been supported in his con c mmittee, Dts. Alga: Screen Liberty Square Comm oner Ford C. Fr1ck.:No
bership lilt or answer question v. aons by the courage of Tallahassee Smaller and Blanche Dean. details were given at the tint!.
bef re the Florida state 1A-cU1a- youth who had I'ODeC' If you don't have table reservations -I August 13
live Investigating Committee.The jaa fur AMertin; their rig&ta during please call in 4-2967. Dt
hunch counter sit-ins. Rev C Daniels downstairs at FH, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sororityand
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Rev. Theodore R. Gibson Graham stated: 1-7024. Dt Pinkie Lowe up-' Dade County Optometric Association FISH FRYA
rector of Christ Episcopal Church stairs. irlsh to announce the Saturday night Fish FT/
and (resident of the Miami 'We are certain: that the invesugAtmg -' Dt Alta Screen Is In charge of I second annual Free Ere Check-up under the auspices: of Browns
branch of the NAACP and the cucnmaiee did not' tickets. Admission Is 11.25. Get f ,r all children ages '70 17, on yule Progressive Lodge No. SIC
Rev. Edward T. Graham pastor ke v laiUi. It Mia it was g,.ing to advanced tickets from any Saturday, August 13 at Liberty will be held Saturday. Aug. 6. 8
of Mt. Zion Baptist Church past I I investigate. Ku Klux Klan and Daughter or call OX 1-0815 or Square Auditorium 6304 NW pm. until at 26$5 NW 47th St
president f the Miami NAACP one Wnite ciuxeos; Councils and OX 1-4704. 14th ave., from 9 a.m. to S pm Donation Is SO cents. David
have fought eft.rU of.be state 1 I *** was Mete" = aurritt* up race: Children must be accompaniedby Nealey .is. chairman and Willie
committee since 1957 to obtain,, O.ste. 11.1 obvious however, that parents or have the permtsdion The:mas. W. M.
access to the NAACP lists for the> tne cvmrauvee's prune motive has slip below signed by parents
alleged purpose of Investigating, I I been to harrass Negro leadership]' Many Jobs OpenIf or guardian.
Communists in the NAACP. The state has n.t convinced me|
TO BE PIItLKD: IN HY PARENT OR GUARDIAN:
that Its tight is more cum>Vetaj You Can Qualify
Both men appeared before Cliff \banbe rights oven me as an

Herreil. chairman of the state individual in the hill of Rights I The Greater Miami Urban Name of child .........._........._...............-.-........---... I
committee at a special bearing in of the United States! Constitution League announces Job opportuni

the state capitol July 77 and, .,I II' I ties for the following petitions:: Age .............._.._ Sex _............,
again refused to cooperate. Their Clerk female )

refusal of hearings culminated and a court 3-year actions series I I''i tfes'Those time have of us a in responsibility leadersh at to Typist Welfare clerk Interviewer Address .............._................._"...._. City ..--...

during which the committee's! posterity to".t guarantee r1&htl0 all the individuals estabatmheni Gardner foreman School........................................................... Grade *.......<.... I
right to check membership lists I Tabulating Equipment Operatot
has been upheld by the Florida i 110.bat alike.those We who must com do this alter now ua Concession Manager ; Docs child wear glares? No ( ) Yes ( ) : All the time' ( ) ,
Supreme Court and the United Student Trainee (

States Supreme c: urt which refused will have toe; places onwrtumty in the to mainstream take- chemistry physics matbcmaucs'l ...............For distance ( ) Near ( ) t tI
to review contempt citations their rigntful Automotive Equipment Acres-
of American lift." hereby direct the survey committee and[or the f sponsorinjr I
voted by the committee' asa cry:: Repairer $2.:& per hour. I !
result of the refusals. of the two Mathematical Computer Aid group to conduct a visual evaluation survey of.my
ministers cooperate.RESPONSIBILITY. lute In Jod a previous e Walker appearance on May be 30lUrv. Mathematical Computer Technician child and report the findings to me.

A TO Gib n stated his reason I Architect GSS0 GS-12
POSTERITY fwr refusing to permit any checkof Typist Clerk (male bl-lingual) guardian
the NAACP membership listsIf 1 Fingerprint' Technician Signature of parent or
It .c expected that the next it became known that a Negro Police Officer
had been activea 2 2 C> y<-><><2> a 5
step in the case will come when muster who Keypunch Operator
Circuit Judge W. May Walker of integration effort was a membet Personnel Representative (examining ENROLL NOW IN
the Leon County Court in Talla of the NAACP. Rev. G ibe-'t said )
haasee who had previously ordered -his life would not be worth a Surveying Technician SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
tae trw men to cooperate plugged niekeL"Ro Libarlan $4040-04980.
urth the committee: is provided ett W. Saunders NAACPfield Library Assistants p S.37SS Lf Long Profession
a
with a transcript of the July 27 secretary stated in a letterto Houseparent

committee' hearings. the Tampa Tribune (11-12-M BiologistMetallurgist GS-9 to GS-12 Florida's Oldest Reliable and Complete) School
Judge Walk.abaa wide discretion that The revealing of name of For further Information regarding
in imposing pmalitlea and NAACP member so intimidation often results the above job contact II. Allen 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
can order the men imprisoned or in hardships Wbeatley Jr. of the Urban
Anal \.n the charge of contempt and nvrisals against Innocent League or call FR 16476. yc eveveyc veXKYoy4 ._

of a previous court order to t... persons. ... w"! "" .s-.?"" *."l. r 6 C _:9. ..:1.:Yv. :::: = :x ) I
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA BARMAIDS BALL ..

PACE 8 SATURDAY, (.AUGUST 6, 1960 I

HUGE SUCCESSThe
-- mt aKmUmimi 2 ." -- R
Annual Midsummer Barmaids Q! ]

Ball held last Sunday evening
at the New King of Hearts
LiB .TY Club was a swinging affair as AR HIE
evidenced by the large crowd
..sviN uNATt that turned out fr: the occasion. PINUCR O. C
The regular outstanding show was i I
OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd.Ave & 69th St. supplemented by guest appearances 4
of some of the area's many
well-known artists, among which THE GLEANORS 8. and S.1, Washington Carver Branch "Y"
FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY were Jimmy Reeves <.f the Cafe Club is busy as ever. Its a beach Musical Soiree Sunday Aug. 14
,.. Society and a newcomer to the this time (Aug. 27) at Virgin at Its Breezeway on 15th Ave
"" (
party
'-
I*** *' Mijp JiiM
local scene, a great entertainer, a each Here's something to will feature the competitions of
MARK TWAIN'S Miss Esther Sutherland of the write your friends about: Classic Victor Herbert Arthur Evans
Red Carpet on Miami Beach. fans can leave their cars at hcme consultant Bethany SDA

''ate The winner in the {popularity and catch the Orange Blossom Building Fund committee planning -
DVENSUUGKLEBER1WFIWN contest was Miss Betty Gray Classic Special The Seaboard a Crandon Park picnic and
barmaid at the King of Hearts HJL is putting on this special amusement Aug. 2ft.
;, Club who won with 440 votes which ill come from Pensacoia
; Runner-up and winner of the to Miami making pick ups in NAT KING COLE accepted the
consolation prize was Eddie Rol Manama Quincy. Tallahassee Invitation of Prince Ranier and
lins .f Eddie's Tavern on 22nd st Madison, Live Oak, Lake City, Princess Grace of Monaco t'\ perform
r rdftctnifScope Winner of the $50 Savings Bond Jacksonville, Waldo Gainesville at the royal couple's annus'
HETROCOIOR.TONY was Claxton Selvage of 2030 Ocala, Winter Haven Seabring, benefit show there which closed
.. NW 152nd St. Miss Gray's prize right on down arriving here Saturday yesterday. Dave Cavanaugh conducted
V was an all-expense paid trip for morning Dec. 1 at 6 ama f-r Cole. The musician
a week in Nassau. full day outing prior to the big'event were all Monacans Tonight
j at reduced rates. Dt Elks of Greater Miami Temple
:: A i i Plans are in the making fer are strutting their' cotton picking -
: the Mid-Winter Ball to be held stuff. It's a Cotton Dress Ball
i Plans are in the making for SHIRLEY ANN POW.ELIL In the' Harlem Square Ballroom
PETITE
urn with a big band probably Smith will be, Yu can bet the girls will put on
Basic's Orchestra with Joe and Charles Golf
Count honey' ChoI-Sette
The a
RANDALL r Williams to play for the affair welded Monday, Aug. 8 Club. Chicago, is host to the National
Muell looking
which will be the Official Barmaids former Barbara tournament Aug. 22-26
c.a Ball and sponsored by the serene (she's wearing a.mat.emi17) The- Dave Bondu .. busy runding up
and pretty u ever
Bar and Restaurant EmployeesAnodaticn their meetIng.
local golfers for great -
PATTY McCORMACK NEVILLE BRANDARCHIE of Dade County., from Soaddie the(Daddy brief )Nassau Wards are vacation.backs,I I have seen the calendar of
events and brother. It's a big time
beck from her Mississjpi -
rdi. ..... Emma came in time to do the, In the Windy City.
EDDIE NODGE JOIN NOWI! trap
MOORE crossing with Shaddie before returning -'
I Miami Branch to her Miami Beach position SORRY I Couldn't- make.. the
NAACPMEMBERSHIP Flora Hadley (Richmond Kilpatricks' (Splc and Span)
PLUS DRIVE Heights neighbor) recent Insertion outing honoring br'-In-law Chas
of the surgeon's scalpel was Damon Altamease (FeMer)
4D MAN a success. Sne's recuperating Gaines is down: from the Big City
nicely. i visiting "Sister" Angle. Bro. Elliott -
Science Fiction Spectacle f I Felder and Dad. Eli. -x..T."
Is kept quite busy shuffling between -
Opa Lcrka and Miami
MONDAY THRU THURSDAY
BERTHA SIMMONS and Lola
keeping up with the famll,.
Stanley will take care of yourSherry's
Breasted chicken or other
desires' at their 3rd ave. loca AUGUST BIRTHDAYS: E v a
tion. This new brwasted deal Graham W. Dunn. Alzeta Wil-
jIFYOULi tops trying. You'll like it 'I I n. Blanch Harte, Caroline Mosier. -
Coconut Grove Wilbur Biauuneld and Macnlah U 2. Rev. Joseph<< Reddick
I ;.( Open Sunday 15 p.m. IT for the summer refrcshmesU Loube Byrd; 4th. Manatee Ban-
I 3140 Hibiscus This VL special 1s 100% blended I nerman. Jessie Mlngo. Lsadore
NEVER SEE \ Scotch 1s taking to these parts Ina I Johnson Walter Barthwell; 5th,
"I' $495 Down $75 Month big way, M proof and a product Glendena Edwards; 7th, Betty A

I of Scotland try It Rudolph I I I Jackson, Congrats to Mr. and
Lovely 2-bedroom with Urge Curtis ptvular tailor in these Mrs U G If rne Jr An expression
JUHIWI MOTION NCnK Florida room on beautifullot. I parts and must recently in Key., of sympathy is extended
No closing cost and one West, returned h.me (cor. Mia to the Leo Albert: In the departure -
St. and 12th ave.) this week ill of their mother, Mrs Grace
mortgage payment. This Albert in Key West.
III WIll
UFE
ASTAIRE PERKINS must be seen.North .

c=---a. ABOUT TOWN

YOU Ml SEE Miami Beach BETTY GRAY crowned Queen NEED CASH .

jt; $395 DOWN of the Bar maid and BarUndtra I $25 to $600
( Bali Sunday evening t the
New 3 and 4 bedroom CBS (most talked about spot La town)! PL83653IDEAL
.,. homes on large landscaped King O Hearts. The affair was a
grand success. Dave Marks, daddy ;
HMAUHfKOI lot. City water, no closing of the promotion. Is losing no I J LOAN CORP.

...tanrop+euts cost. Balance like rent. time in planning their Grand,
6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
--- Bali and stella attraction early
I this .winter The George f 1
Near 79th St.

PLUS Beautiful new bedroom

CBS. Tile roof, hardwood

T mE: MASSES OF THE floor, Florida room, $1,500
t down, no closing cost. Thia

: .FAITHFUL CRUCIFIED U a custom built home.
I'<,
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4 ON THE fLAMING --w -
CASH FOR YOUR LOT j-
'
R ._ HILLS THE r-:::" __ THIS WEEK two of our mo tromnrnt Uon n t to be "kicked around."
'4. ? ;'DECADENT SPLENDOR ; NAACP leaders face
.g PL 7-4S6 283 NW 79th StAIR possible Imprisonment. We insympathy WE READ with great Interestlast
are
p .. OF THE ROMAN ORGIES week in the Outdoor sectioo
with them., or rather of the Miami Herald about small
WILD
THE o the cause they are fighting sa boat cruising.
CHARIOT RACE nard for Most of us know the

)\ OF THE ROMAN CONDITIONED surface facts in the cue and River Steve Boy-TrumbuU and Jim the Marteahoff"Suwannee

are apt to neglect to reason out b Bang editor of the Herald compared -
DESTROYERS CAPITOLTHEATRE for uny's and what-l7rs ln their the: best methods for cruising -
w1 ,4t 1 stubbortfeM to reveal the mem in outboard boats.
bership lit of their organization Ever since we were knee-high
vr SAT. MIDNITE SHOW to a pram we loved boating and
To
us the Revs
AND SUN THRU WED. Theodore R the magnetic enchantment of the
Gibs n and Edward T. .
Two big sin hlUJ have Graham "waters whether it be creek liver
stuck out their necks for
r stream
"VICE RAID"with me cause of fr dom and their or ocean.

staunch and unwavering loyalty Mr
Martenhoff chose the oceanas
Ma ml* Van Donnand U> their organization.
the ideal cruising fare for

We are Dot a member of the true adventure and daring aDd
THE PUSHERS"RITZ NAACP. nor any other organization the thrill of running for a cove
for that. matter, but we do in time of. a threatening squall
have our "leaning" for those TrumbuU chose the serene and
groups who are fighting for the qu:etnt'M t.f the lakes aad rivers
betterment of racial condition of Florida He extolled< the less
I I We may be ostracized for the dangerous waters of tfee rivers to
Lack of civic "Joining up," but we that of the ocean; the serene
are not the Joining kind. and beauty Of nature rn the black ,
II:
MA MATRAL MltiYa'1 VO THEATRE waters, where there U no fear of t
UIYVIIL JUI14E. f1 However. whatever the out. rain squall
NOW SHOWING c-cne of this Legislative InvesU-
'. "PORTRAIT INBLACK" gallon of cocnmunijro in the We have thrilled to both
BEGINS FRIDAY NAACP ranks in Florida weYo'oud methods of boating but give us
the more hardy cruising, that of
like the Revs Graham and
"BELLS ARE RINGING""GIANT Lana Turner Gibson to know that the cc nmunity the wide expanse of the ocean
Anthony Quinn the State of Florida Here the thrill is unlimited fer
OF MARATHON"STARRING PLUS"Deslry" and the NAACP as a whole are the leu faint hearted.

STEVE REEVES one hundred per cent behind ship ever comes in YOU
Audi Murphy you and will back you to the hilton can bet that we will laden it and

_. your militant stand for fearless take off for the cpen seas. Wt
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Cotton Dress BallThis I SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 PAGE 9


Is the night, Au,. 5. You Your Social' Security Card "Is JAPANESE TO
Face Jail This Week cant afford O miss this Cotton the key to future btntflts. It can 1
: Dress Ball of Greater Miami represent thousands of dollars.. .f SEE MAYS
Temple No. 769 IBPOEW at the protection for you and your fam ,
'
Court to ActFollowing tify. Attorneys for the two de- Harlem Square Ballroom at 9 ily If you are ,disabled die or GIANTS .
fendanu. expect that he will rule p.m.Dt. Brow old. If you lose your card
Final swiftly but state that there are Enid Reese, chairman of'I dont rely on old records or mom- NEW YORK (ANP) WUlle -
no precedents' in Florida law to invitations and her committee' ory when Ilvlno"P'01'' your Mays, playing one of his best. t
Refusal To Produce guide in a determination of the have seen that cur many friends 1 number. Apply" for a duplicate seasons In the majors despite .thepoor
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sentence. The two men have had have invitations to this Bali Dt card at the Social. Security officeat showing of the faltering San
Membership ListsTwo the support of counsel furnished Hester Rivers chairman of decoration I 214 NE tth ot. In Little River Francisco Giants, will put his
by the NAACP and the American and her committee have It's more Important than you fabul-us talents on display for the
Miami ministers leaden Civil Liberties Union. made the ballroom pretty place think. benefit of Japanese baseball fans
of the Miami chapter of the National to be. Chairman of hosesses, Dt during a 18-game fall tour of
Association for the Advancement Rev. Graham stated following Maude Glass and her committeewill AKA Second Free Japan by the Giants between
of Colored People the hearing mat nu refusal to be there to greet you at the Oct. 16 and Nor. 16. .
face possible imprisonment door. Dt. Ellen Taylor will serve :last
I this testily wu based on a "responsi Eye CheckupAt The tour was announced
week for their final refusal on billy to posterity" and that be you at the ticket box. Financec week by the office of Baseball '
July 27 to provide NAACP membership nad been supported in his con mmittee Dts. Alas Screen, Sara Liberty Square Commissioner Ford C. Frkk No
I list or answer question T..c:ions by the courage of Tallahassee Smaller and Blanche Dean.If details were given at the time.
before the Florida state Legislative youth who had gone tc you don't have table reser August 13
Investigating Committee. jail fur aertin; tteir rights during vaUons please call in 4-2967, Dt
iunch counter ait-tns. Rev C. Daniels, downstairs at FR I Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority
The Rev. Theodore R. Gibson Graham stated: 1-7028, Dt Pinkie Lowe up I and Dade County Optometric Association FISH FRYA
renter' of Christ Episcopal Church stairs. wish to announce the Saturday night Fish Fri
and resident of the Miami -We are certain that the in-' Dt Alta Screen Is In charge of second annual Free Eye Check-up under the auspices of Browns
branch of the NAACP and the veUg4tmg cumnutlve did not' tickets. Admission .U. 125. Get f'.r all children, ages 7 to 17, on yUle Progressive Lodge No. SIC
Rev. Edward T. Graham pastor key faiiu. It Mid it was gain to advanced tickets from any Saturday August 13 at Liberty will be held Saturday. Aug. I, 8
of Mt. Zion Baptist Church past investigate the Ku Klux Klan and Daughter or call OX 1-0615 or Square Auditorium, 6304 NW pm. until? at 2655 NW 47th Si
president f the Miami UM Waite liluen Counc.U and OX 14704. 14th ave.* from 9 ..m. to S pm Donation b SO cents. David
have fought efforts of the state t *u wou Nate uiriu up. race Children must be accompaniedby Nealey Is chairman and Willie
committee' since 1957 to "1e. It is obvious bo*ever, that parents or have the ptrmtos4on Thcmas. W. M.
access to the NAACP lists for the tne committee's: prune motive has Jobs I slip below signed by parents
alleged purpose of investigating been \0 harrass Negro IndenhiP.j' Many OpenIf I or guardian.
Communists in the NAACP. The ate has n-l ]
that its ngnt is mut compelling You Can Qualify TO BK FILLED: IN BY PARENT OH GUARDIAN:

Both men appeared before Cliff than the rights given roe u an I

Herrell. chairman of the state individual inhe ikil of Rights! The Greater Miami Urban Name of child .............................---.--.....-......
committee at a special bearing in of the United States Consutu- League announces Job opportunities i
the: state capitol! J u.1)27. and for the following positions: Sex ..... ...........
Uoa.'I I Age ........................ .-
again refused to cooperate. Their Clerk: (female)

refusal culminated a J-year seriesof this'Those time have of us a in responsibility leadership to Typist clerk Address ............................................._. City ....................
hearings and court actions Welfare Interviewer

during which the committee's posterity to of guarantee to all the individuals estabucmheot Gardner foreman School ........................ Grade ..-......
right to check membership lists rights Tabulating Equipment Operator
has been upheld by the FloridaSurcme that alike those We who must euro do this after now u* Concession Manager Does child wear glass? No ( ) Yes ( ) : All the times ( )
Court and the United *o Student Trainee (mathematics'chemistry

States to Supreme c.urt which refused wiU their have rigntful toe places opportunity: In the to mainstream take : physics, engineer) ...............For distance ( ) Near ( )
rnkcontempt cltaUeos Automotive Equipment Accescry -
voted by the committee as of American We." Repairer 12.28: per hour. I hereby direct the survey committee and|lor the sponsoring
a result of the refusals of the two Mathematical Computer Aid group to conduct visual! evaluation survey of.my
ministers to cooperate.RESPONSIBILITY; In a previous appearance: be-30 Mathematical Computer Tech child and report the finding to me.
lore Judge Walker" on May nicUn
A TO llev., Gib*.n stated his reasons Architect GS-6 to CS.12Tytat
POSTERITY"It fur refusing to permit any check Clerk (male bl-lingual)
of the NAACP membership lists Fingerprint Technician Signature of parent or guardian
i* expected' that the next If it became known that a Negro Police Officer
who bad been active .n 2 2>. c 2 i> c> 3*:
step>> In the cue will come when minister Keypunch Operator
Circuit Judge W. May Walker of integration efforts -was a membet. Personnel Representative (examining ENROLL NOW IN
the Leon County Court In Tallahassee of the NAACP. Hev. Gtb/n said )
who had previously or. "his life would not be worth a Surveying Technician SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
dtn'dbe tWo> men to cooperate plugged nickel. Ubarian $4040.-0.& ao.
uith the committee Is provided NAACP Library Assistants p 5-3755
Prol..ioDFlorida'
Robert W. Saunders, a Life Long
with a transcript of the July 27 stated in a letter Housrparent
field secretary
committee hear1n Biologist
to the Tampa Tribune ll129). of Metallurgist GS-9 to GS-12 Oldest, Reliable! and Complete School
Judge Walker has wide discretion that The revealing of names For further Information regardIng -
in Imposing penalties and NAACP members so intimidations dial results the above job contact If. AI.II..D 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
can order the men imprisoned or in hardships, Wbeatley Jr. of the Urban
tined en the charge of contemptof and reprisals against innocent or call HI 1-6478.
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meta By Redeemer Father Ftofcert Cathelle DeOrantfleHefy Church


Father, what Is the difference
between Mortal) and Venial sin!

Non-Catholics have difficulty,
understanding these words. A I! BRAND NEW
SPIRITUAL BAPTIST mortal sin is a big sin which
Lovely 3-bedroom 2 bath
will send us to Hen unless we repent ,
10250 sw neth st. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA An example. would be|I and garage, oak floors, tile

Rev. Ernest Hutcheson: pastor PAGE 10 SATURDAY AUGUST 6 1960 murder, a very large theft adultery -'roof, bnil.-ln electric kitchen
,
Next Sunday Afternoon at etc. A venial sin is a slight,
o'clock the Rev J. L. Johnson 3:301 offense against the law of God.| 1354 N.W. 59th St-

James accompanied Baptist by Church two choirs In Miami of St. I NEW BETHEL BAPTIST ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH inexpensive Small lies,, theft uncharitable of ctnethinj reel Open I.a p.m. Jt t'lS46
,
will be visiting us. The Rev 1371 N.W narks, are venial sins. These do We Build No
Wth Terr 5154 NW. 23rd Ave. not send us to Hell but still win Money
Jowtpfi Smith district missionary Rev Ernest William, pastorJ. Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor
be punished in this life or In
Down
and Bible expositor of the At1a.nUe R. Brown reporter Sarah Pool, reporter I Purgatory. Every offense of the

Coast Baptist Association, Sunday School WO Sunday School .. ..._._......... 930: law of God must be punished by
Is one of the choir masters Morning ,............ ; Comer lot 110x110
of the worship 11:00 Morning Worship .........___ 11:00 Him because He Is perfectly Just
church. BTU 530 Evening Worship ...... _... 7:30'' God is perfect Justice. Good for 4 units
Rev. tiro. Johnson had pier I-I Evening worship ,.-.i..... ... 700 BTU ... ..............* ........ fc30
Some deny the above distinction $3,000
tasty Sunday planned, but to the be nrith us last Sunday was like revival timeat St Mark wishes to announce between' mortal and venial' Cash paid for lots or hornet
meeting was its tint anniversary beginning '
changed New Bethel The Holy Spirit sin. These people would send onet
to Sunday afternoon was high and all exile were revived August 9 thru the 3rd Sunday In > Hell for stealing a dollar SEYMOUR BARON
August with various churches of which i* venial sin. Everyone
TEMPLE BAPTIST Sunday morning. Rev. Williams this city each night You are welcome -| can lee that a eternal punishment Licensed Bwlldtr Insured"

Rer. I* A. Thompson' pastor delivered" a soul stirring message to come first and help us celebrate would be unjust for such a small;I
our anniversary.:
Sunday School ..........- 930: on the text The Christian's theft! Would an earthly judgesentence
Morning worship .......-..._. 11:00 Weapon In a Warefare World. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN a man to death for taking New WFEC Schedule
BTU -......._.............._ 330Erenlnf : The audience was urged to use | a dollar from a store? No
worship .... ......... TOO the word of God for It I it our Rev. William F Savoy pastor punshment Is always proportionate EFFECTIVE JULY 12th
I strongest weapon. 14th Ave and 69th Street 'I to the crime. God proportions MONDAY THRU FRIDAY

The third annual' Men's Day Sunday night Rev. Ferguson of Sunday School .....-.. ..... 930 punishment to the crime. 5:30: a.m. 9:00 am -

at Temple was fittingly observed Temple Baptist kept the fire Morning Service ........,...... 11:00 Again the common sense approach Gospel Blind Boy
on Sunday The speaker during tOO: to 11 .-TP the DJ
Westminster of Catholic Theology -
burning tr he ably preached out Fellowship tOOI
the morning was Lester C Albert of his soul. I gives us a balanced view of morality 11:00 am. 1 pnw-JEd Cook
owner and director of the Hou.e AH children Invited' 1:00 to 2 Gospel B.
Our vsiitors included Rev. H. are to our and living. U you would pm.- Boy
of Albert Funeral home who, I Newton of the Bahamas. Gospel vacation church school This Friday like to know more about thissubject. 2:00 to 4 pm--r.d Cook
delivered an Inspiring and challenrinr -1 Mission. Bros. Fred Williams re will be visiting the Sea-' Just send your name and 4:00 V> 7:15 pm. -TJ the DJ
"&-h Y1n address on the subject} Fredl Newton L. G. Bodle and quarium. There Is only one more address to the author who will 5:15: 5:30: pm.-Jbn Reid News
Like
a Christian. He Mrs. Eloise Brown of the short week to go. Come and Join send you free literature on this SATURDAY
was Introduced dty.
br Carl TTanna, the fun. 5:30 to 9 a-m. -Sat. Stfritusis
teacher In the Dade: County pub Sister Edrice R. Jenkins joined A word of 9:00
lie school our fold. appreciation to the pointKELLY'S to 2 p-m. -Ed Cook
system. Let women' of the church and their CHAPEL 2:00 to 7:15 pm. TJ the DJ
us for
pray the sick and
The Men's ChTiis directed by ruf'Stl.-tIo 5:15
shut-ins brought to us an to 530- nm Reid New*
R. Hrpburn and C. Ambmae everywhere.BAHA'i Rev.
exemplary Women's Day program Leroy Dell, pastor SUNDAY
furnished music for the occasion.Deacon last Sunday Church School ............. 91 5:30: am. to 12 noon
S G Ferguson and ASSEMBLY Gladstone Brawn Jr., and Homing Worship 1100 12 to 3 Blanche-
Tiro C Ambrose chairman Indf"C'hatrmttn Henry Williams have returned' Youth Fellowship too 3:00 puu Calloway
rrr wctively. wishto I I George Savitt. press representative from the Junior High Conference, Evening Worship _....._,. TH LATEST to 7:13 RADAR pmWTtafflc Jam
than for the Bahal Assembly of at Lake Placid WEATHER
all who rave their m* They will report Our annual Virginia Beach REPORTS
Miami and columnist for The ON TirE HOUR AND
to the
operation In the
effort congregation this
Captainsand Sunday picnic will be
on Monday. Aug. 8 HALT HOUR
Miami Times, will lead the ALL DAY EVERY
others who were absent are regular morning the things' they have Bus will leave the church. 7100
expected to weekly jSlscusston at the learned frcm this DAY
report this Sunday experience. + NW 15th are at 9 am. and return -
Bahal Center 137 NW 11th ave The .
Communion
Sunday there win meditations at 4 -
be
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baptism p-m. Fifty cent round -- -
at 11 8 pane Sunday. August' 7. H I.I this Sunday will be The Bread All
am and the Lord's Stirper. I i trip. are invited to enjoy taiscuting. '
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subject will be True Economics. of Life Drive
mill, be administered at both serrlces. Carefully!
The Her I Hepburn will Everyone Is cordially Invitedto I
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deliver the message attend and participate In this -- -- .
Delegates discussion. Phone Miss Solomon,
attending the recent"(
Sunday School and DTU Con secretary FR 1.5420 for more in For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
formation
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cress of the Atlantic Coast at
West Palm Beach, made their reports
on Sunday ST. PAUL A. M. .

Rev M J. FayaoB pastor BONDED COLLECTION
ST. JAMES BAPTIST Mrs. Lee Cray reporter

Sunday School .......... .... fcM:
323 N.W. 14th Street Morning Service .......... 1UStEvening
Her J. L. Johnson pastor Service _............ 1:00 -
mday School ....... MO at''
Momln* Worship ............ ". 1100BTU Sunday was mL unary day AGENCY Inc.
.._.. .. ..........?....... H-M St Paul The missionaries had a 1 $ '
Erenlnr Wonhto __..... _._ 1SO: visiting minister to preach the : '
missionary sermon the Rev. Bell
A Fashion Review was given Music was conducted by the
at St James Baptbt Chutrh. Junior Choir.
323 NW 14th It. Monday nigh t. Friday night it Love Feast and
Au,. 1 at 8. It was succewful( the pastor Is asking all members"
Mrs Grtkx-ndolyn Rolle and Mrs. to be present. The largest collection and rental '
Marian Johnson directors: Rev

J. L Johnson pastor ANTIOCH BAPTIST agency in the South; operating in

Rev. J,, W SUrohervon.' pastorM
MT. HERMON A. M. E. Dade .
T Cooeland reporter and Broward Counties' "

fl*... SamuH flay pastor Sunday School ......._...... MS:

Sunday School .. .... ..._........... tSI Morning Service .,,._, ..,...,_-_ 1100: Negro Housing areas
Morning worship ...?._..... 1101 BTU ---_----__ 5:30
Bvenlnr worship .. 701 Evening Worship ___ 700

Publicity Committee Revival meeting at St. L. L, ,ROOKS, President
Luke''
Last Sunday was set aside MFellorwchfp begins Monday night after
Day And altho the first Sunday. August S MANAGING AND MAINTAINING
rains came It did not dampen' all Friday night August 10. T e n MORE THAN
of the spirit of the day. There nights preaching will be conducted 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE"BROWARD
were fond and drinks plenty, by Rev W II. Calhounfrom AND
furnished by the members of the Tmmr, formerly cf AlbanyGa. COUNTIES
church for all of those who stayed Special Invitation to the unsaved t
after the morning service and and unchurched special
at 3:15 when Dr D R Russell seating will be arranged' for you
and his choir and members Be sure to attend these meetings
came Services 'begin at 8 each
pm
to
pay us a visit from Ward's
Chapel In Hallsndale. There was nllbt. .

aim food for them. Dr Russell MT. CALVARY BAPTIST CY, lNC.
preached
a very Inspiring sermon I
on Fellowship. The choir was Rev E. M. Thomas pastor I w
most enjoyable. The eventof Phyllis Myers reporter : JjSrtJSIt

ended with a visit from Rev. C Sunday School ..,. .,.. 8:43 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS
J. Jenkins and his congregation' Morning Worship .,......... 11:00
from the ML Zion AME Church B.T.U. 6-04 1110 N.W, 71rd ST. ? PL 3..t.7
in Opa Lock Evening Worship ........ 701 w 1011 N.W. 'Ui ST.
We look forward to seeing some 14'1 GRAND AVE. ..._..., HI 4-1447 PC Lauderdale. -. .. JA 4.11ft
of our members back (this com Sunday morning Rev. Stephenscame
ing Sunday) from their vacation before us with a wonderfulserarn C 4240 N.W. 7.7th AVE. NE 1-1444 lit HAMMONDVILLE "D.P. .

- They "Witt be more than welcome taken from Acts 9-3. Hi ......".
to the table of communion which subject wms "If* Hard to Kick 1170 N.W. Shad St. OX 1-44X1 ""'"' """"' WE I.UII

wfll be administered by the pas The Prfck. I 14440 N.W. t*d AVE.
tor. Sunday afternoon' we had BTU 1712S HOMESTEAD AVE.Parrlne .
with the director' In charge.. After Opa Lacka MU S-M17
Watch this next week for
paper
an outline of our second annualMen's BTU by we Sis.had M. a Gray program conducted -I ? CE LMM 1100 N.W. Srtf'CT. ... ._ .,. PR 4.I1S1
Day program which will
Sunday night
our pastor came MAIN
OFFICE
be held on the second Sunday in before us with a lecture about

August The date Is August 14. prayer. It was inspiring. 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue
We lock forward to aceiaf' you Our side and shutins are Sis FR 3-8416

and you! .. L. Baker and Deacon O. --
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MANY EVENTS 35 WOMEN TO


PLANNED FOR SPONSOR YM

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I
SHRINERS MEET MUSICALThe

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BOSTON: Mass. August 14 fifth annual YMCA musical !l-
the flrrt day of the 59th ShrinerV soiree .U scheduled for Sunday
Imperial Council convention: being August 14.. 4 to 7 pjn. In
held here in the John 11an.e"ck -'' the Breezeway of the YMCA. Th
r Auditorium Is packed full following outstanding women of
of events' from a golf tournamentto the community are serving as
impressive Memorial Services sponsors! Mrs J hn Anderson,
Four main items are planned for Mrs. Portia Bannister. Mrs
the opening f the Ave day convention RoMfcud Byrd. Mrs. Willie Mae
4.r of the Ancient Egyptlam Drtwon. Miss 41elcn Domett. Mrs
Arabic Order Nobles of the Mystic I Wesley V Geary, Mrs Catherine
Shrine \\'hOllf' members are I eibt n, Mrs Ruth Greenfield,
high degree Prince Hall Masons Mm. Velma Johnson, Mrs Iris
The national meeting' met last In McCray. Mrs. Henry C. McD float n In 1950. Mrs Calvin Marks Mrs
Bloncva' Monroe. Mm Geraldine'
I The Shrine Eighth Annual Amateur
... P Moor Mrs. Blanche Calloway
will
Golf Championships
Mrs B rank North Mrs. Ann
,.. .. I kick off the' round of festivities
... ,\ ... at the Franklin Park Golf Course Undfey. Mrs. Caroline Morley
Mrs Herbert Munnlngs, Mrs
,. '1- "" Tee off time Is fchduled fof' 7
.. r1"! : *
.; -, lam...---- !- am. the event Is orpcned' to both Far1 y, B. Neasman, Mrs. Willie.Parker.
Mrs Louis II. Portkx-k
Miami Time newsboys had a ball July appetite! were sharpened, they feasted on men and flights women are amateur revived"' golfersSpecial for Jr. Mrs Janie Reeves"' Mrs. Wilma -
2T at Virginia Reach during the annual 1V errs. Mrs Lraora Sands
.
hot Daughters and Nobles An In
dog, baked beans soda and
pop Mrs. William Savoy Mrs. I. ItStraughter.
Times NVwboys Picnic. More than 75 boys previous yean trrphles will be Mrs O. Weaver Jr.
watermelon. Times
went to the beach In the morning by chartered photographer Frank awarded three top winners in Mrs H Wheatlcy, Mrs. Caroline
bus. Johnson took in the fun too, and made both divisions. Special awards Williams Mrs. Mrrdmta WJ -mInd
the "best dress
will be made to
After swimming and playing until thene! pictures of the happy youngsters.t I ed" men and women I Miss Erma Bodle.

The frofram this year featuresthe
--- _. Marshall Johnson Pittsburgh
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Pa. Imperial Director ri AIMet-
ics will supervise the tourna foe as with consultant Arthur L.Talent Evans will scrv be

Christians Must Eliminate Jim ment. provided by accrmpllshed muU

Meantime the Sixth annual clans of the area. Ticket may be
Shrine +'Bowling tournament will obtained from the sponsors.
get underway" at bond Bowling
Crow Says GrahamVEW Lanes. els Washington St. at t
Billy pm. The first section' of this' Men and Women
I
ornament will be restricted to

I YORK It (> the job of stales and doubles. The team Train for Civil
rch individual Christian thr' event are scheduled for Tuesday
I, banish racial discrimnaion" \ :''n p BeginX59,000 August 18. I Service Positions

A'n< sass that "racial di crtminalon a Card Carnival for the DomeKnwn. EDUCATIONIUfFICIENT
sue of the Reader's Digest Hotel Lent on Tuesday
Center DriveThe Aug 16 Featured as part << this lEND NAME. ADDRESS
Graham. who ended segregated event will be a display of faih- PHONE NUMBER
audience* at his evangelistic tens being arranged by Mrs. Letter -
meetings 192. three DeepS Man P. O. Box 506
in save Percival of Roxbury
.
Opa I cka: Mcfro Youth lens e f the Opa Lock area to *
FLA.
FoundaU n has been their fundraising support this much needed project ORLANDO
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Chefctian should banish Jim A30
campaign fur building a but we are also apealing U
Crow from their midst 1>e-au CunvminHy Center in Opa Lock Greater Miami for their financial I Registration Begins Aug. 15
It t* right so *> do"to
I Construction has already flatted support in this fund raising campaign. .
and the Community Center will At Jackson'* Toddle Inn -- ---
tfce magazine article. "Why I
tMAOYr Churches Practice' The include a spacious auditorium We appreciate any amount given NE 4-4308 Advertise! It Pays!
{BretHerhond. 1'1ttPrHt"h...," with a seating capacity cf 1,000 to support the Youth of ourt"OfI'm1unJt1'
North Carolina" barn Graham t three fame rooms, a large meeting Invest ncr+r In our
my that -racial dfecrkninatteato room and kitchen )"OUth.nd all donations to Opa

a blatant dental 'f the fundamental !! Lrckj Negro Youth Foundation
8 *f>e1 we preaefi and pro- The value of this! type building Post Office Box 47 Opa Locka. I Those
l I is estimated" at a cost of 159.000 David Pemberton is president
We are urging not only the dUe and James W Matthews. '
who
Commenting on Graham's artfce. .
Rev. J. If. Jaekcen. preald -
.eM of the fMfraMhalt mHH0n -
member National t3 list live in -
eft.......... USA and vice pret. !- STAR MEAT MARKET 1ystyle. : -
deft of the World Bi AII1- .
awe.. Mvk. "The trafrdv i. TUT
veebat preaefclng fc Christian vr ) )( ;

aM r* M peat MWI* pre4t4icil practices 1520 N.W. 62nd Street I IT I

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In the Aujntf* Dl. .t article ,

Graham saw that "some latrtratteMMs. whi'r- I-E MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE I i
brats N'etfm and
ate. trytnc! to *) ten faM" Jack-
wm ..,. ttwt the Mte< nent '' I
tIN MlitiMl} radian of ourttutfiern
..-M I..Aers t the

Mt 1IIiop.!.." 41 f. nM ease c4tizenrCefbaaa. Fresh Meat-Low Prices .


who haiMU fftot'hf'd enrb.4 ldemand
...ee s in every JWnJthtftI -
soak exp pt a.or. Alab"aM -
r.. ML I"""'" without ctIet nv' that .+ .....'. face ain
....... beoatsae W Tatl-n
thh.-" are :AHa! efuh .* we** afwo > TV SICK ?
?aMppia? bndteL makifw; ra-
.! tftt ffnnffiin! ( raw re det.cst: \

UkM Ifl ocher .!'MI. Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Rv" J.ek on. leader of thefart SERVICE
SAME DAY
body of ?''sear

v..". iir.T* cay about this ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
4a4em. nt. "I f eatr mast AmerlfNMM -
**.. f the church al lOcia!:
ciub*. and If they are *vial ctofeMrg Picture Tube Special
ttef w- kl be enacted
.awl dteorfeHffMtfen anticipated
The rewon why churches do not 17INCII22.95 21-INCH-$29.95 G0RDOt1G111

the brotherhood they .-
........ It bemuse many f them
.......r tfe rn.elve. social dubs SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .... ........ $2.50

antlers far them in reality Nile Calls Our No Extra Charges If coo ass'. a tut for r
t'RIftaoM' hose of their own race Specialty- UUN'V"
........ 's >i.. &LIh5; always ask for

In Merw meat out.okt"n attach o0 RENT A TV Onto!'. uri mfir cow i Dry Cia

in 89 nooth and/ drJ... .
pro 4*dic*. Graham says Only $5.00 per week
taw Au ut Di eat tnt keeping: of tines dsflcaia &"fICI'... ....... \ .

by tike ml woes I pera apart Mf'ha. Even bred(In "an the !500 CIA ao1l& ZTRAIOImlSotr91 r ..

...... nkf! ciilmi to 'kTxrV Vets Radio & TV Co. 7
tie N.tro better than anybody
eJa*. do we really know burn? If w.Ola lilt(jORDOlfs .:
we aril we'd realize hc*
the!feffn equal t have of the emerged whit man who Ins are I ..__ .-II Mill Mt..Msawsf atV &,;II.J Loll.tacit, t A

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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAMIn ..I Zion Hope M. Baptist

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1960 DEATHS Rev. Paul Freeman putora'Uu
of dearly beloved
memory our 14.W. tfvta au and Ilia A'..
mother and grandmother, Sunday School
9:30:
Morning Service 11:00

I CARDS-MEMORIALS BTU 60
Kango Evening Service 7.00

(Tuesday night
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Mrs. Lea; l e Bennett of 15663
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn NW J37th st. died at her home on
July 31.. Mrs. Bennett had beena Mt. Pleasant Methodist

We the family of the late. sacred memory of my loving resident of the Miami area for 2170 Washington Street

MUS. PEARLIE SANDERS wife 33 ,-eaa.'bann. come here from Opa Locka

fwih to asknowledge our sincere Madison-She was a member of Sunday School __. 930 ajn
for the kindness and ,' ML Zion Baptist Church f.r 25
thanks
a. Morning worship _____ 11 a.:a
sympathetic consideration ex- years Her survivors Evening service 7-je
teased tus during her recentpassing. j sisters Mcsdames Aquilla Woof

Our sincere thanks to I en and Martha Smith five St. John's of The Nazarene
friend neighbors and relatives w brothers Louis Washington,
f.r card, telegrams and the beau! .. will Osbey and Charlie. She will 1478 N.W. 58th Terrace
tilui floral pieces. I M lie in repose at her residence beginning Lawrence Reddick pastor
Special thanks to the em-r at 7 pm. Aug. 4 and will Frank Bryant, Associate

pk gees of Coner Girls, the Lit0th remain until funeral time. L:cal Sunday School rr.rw..wr., .,... 10:00
SL neigtoborh.od and the { services will be held in Mt. Zion Morning worship ru..r..rr. 11:00

ary Saving Club. We also thank,, \ Baptist Church, Rev. Edward T Evangelistic- service _,._ 3'00
the lUchardson Mortuary for itsapieaaai ;i Graham officiating, at 3 pxn. on
service and a special t'i Aug. 5. Immediately following Bethel Apostolic Temple
tanks to Fred Sanders. May God i the services the body will be sent
bass each and everyone of yciMo to Live Oak for Anal rites. Doris R. Akin, pastor
Sanders, Dht I J. Lafiuer. assistant
Mary -
_
| Sis. T. Wallace,
Willie James McKae. reporter
MRS. CLARA E. ROBINSON umey
grandson i Mrs. Pretty 1335 NW 2310 N.W. 58th Street
Three great grand children who departed this life Aug. 6 70th died in Jackson Hospital Sunday School 10:00
1"'. Aug. 1. She bad resided in Morning worship 11:43:
THANKS Four years since: you left life the Miami area since 1927 and Evening worship 7:30
OF
CARD is so empty without you to smile was a member of Greater Israel
We the family of the late I and comfort us. But we hope to Bethel Primitive Baptist Church MORNING STAR BAPTIST
MRS. GLADYS LNGIIA11AM meet you on that glorious day. She was a member of Bethany
Of 52t 4 SW I8lh It.. West Chapter No. 140 Order of Eastern 514 NW 23rd Street
Willa
wood, who died at her .. lou1-1 I I Foster Mae Robinson Smith daughter Star. Soe is survived by her hus Rev 1. Clayton pastor
son
July 14 and was buried on SARAH W ROLLE band. John; two Sitter Sadie Ellis f'W'P'JnerSu
24, wish to express thanks who died on July! 27. 1957, Gene' D. M. Peace Foster Dght. and Esau Houston brothers., Services Taylor a1 School .., ...... 93:0:
appreciation to the many fnendi but not forgotten She left to Curtis Ford grandson be conducted : will Morning service ............. 1&oU
Vernon Ford grandson Saturday at 430 BTU ......_
and neighbors for kindness I mourn a husband. Donald L pm. in Greater Israel 3:3tJ"
*&y\\n during our hour of be- Rolle a mother and a best of Baptist Church, Rev P.Bethel D Evening service ..-.___.._- 7 JO
other relatives and friends. ,
reavement. Brantley'
officiating. Final rite
Thanks for your many cards Donald (Dan) RoUe I DEATHSHouse of the Order of Eastern Star will MARTIN MEMORIAL AME
be held in the chapel: Friday
telegram, flowers and all other
evening. Burial will be in Lincoln Richmond Height
of syovathy. Special ,
kind gestures CARD OF THANKS' Cemetery. Wilma Harris
and reporter
the director
thanks to of Albert j
Rev. L. R. Brown
personnel of It ,y Mizell Funeral I The family of the late pa'8r'SUnda1
I', Jessie Powell of 2120 NW School 930
theiralW6l r.r.rr.rr..u.
Lauderdale for CARRIE M.
Hume of Ft. and Rev. E I McCAUL Daniel Miller died In his home 153rd st, Opa Locks died in Morning worship .--.v.. ......., ll.-iX
efXiacnt service Central wish to thank their many friends 1138 NW 4th ave. July 28. He is Jadw;o Hospital Aug. 1. He u ACE League ...r--......r.. 5:00
J. Clark and members of for kindness shown during her survived by his mother. Mrs survived by his widow, Annie; a Evening worship r---.--. r..r.,. 730
UapUt Church. Many, many Illness and their bereavement: Margaret Miller
a daughter, a granddaughter Annie Lois Red-
tfcanks to the members of ushers Thanks for the many cards, tele brother and a grandchild. MT.
and
Greater Bethel Chapel den a sister, Mrs. Emma ZION A. M. FUnd .
No. 3 of
Lard i grams letters, flowers, cars and services will be conducted a2 Phillips. He will be
view
on in
AME Church of Miami for food other gesture of sympathy pm. Saturday, Aug. 8, Rev the chapel beginning at Ave Corner 152nd St.
alter the funeral also the neigh Special thanks to the Range Alexander Allen officiating Au,. 4 and will be noon Opa Locka
bors. Again thanks to everyonefur Funeral Home sent on Aug Rev. C. J.
and their personnel Burial in LIncoln. 5 V Cochran Ga. Jenkins, patter
for
> Anal
everything. May Gvd bless and also to Rev E. T. Graham rites Sunday School __ 930

aad keep you.William and members of Mt ZIon Baptist Morning Worship ....__ 11.00
Ingraham husband Church. 'I. Graveside services for the in- .PUcnmer Shields, cf 1131 NVT 5:00
Mrs. Irene Ingraham Thomas Mrs Susan Holt daughter fant srn of Mr. and Mrs. James filth st. died in Christian Hos Evening Worship ______ 7:00
daughter Mr. Joseph Melton son I I A. Norman of 7101 NW 14th PI pital July 28. lie was a recent
And Family were held Aug. 3, resident of Miami having come BETHANY BAPTIST
here from Jacksonville. He
CARD r is
OF THANKSThe '. survived by a sister, Mrs. Clan 3078 N.W. 43th Kt
CARD OF THANKSWe family of the late ,'I. Mrs. Willie Mae Johnson of Sullivan, and a brother, Steven Rev Rudy Keaton. pastor
wish to extend our heartfelt FORGE LOUIS DELANCYwish 16041 NW 18th ave. Ope Locks The body was sent to Jackson onj I Marjorie Shelby reporter

thanks to all kind friend, to express their thanks and died suddenly in her home Aug Aug. 2 for final rites. i I t Sunday School _.._.___. ..30
relatives and neighbors, who remembered appreciation to the friends 3. Her survivors include: her hus Morning worship _._,__ 11:00:
us during the death for their kindness shown many during band W. J.. four seas, two sisters Elder Ollie Manna of 3140 NW BTUr. ...rrrr.rrr.3:30

and burial of cur baby son, Little the b"vrs" of bereavement Thanks and four brothers. Arrangements fOUl st. died in Mercy Evening worship _-__....... 7:00
Ik-rbert Edward:: Rogers. for the many telegrams letters are I incomplete. oa July 30. lie was a UQllpita11

Thanks for the many cards and cards flowers,+ refreshments, I Acklins: Island, nihTpf and had HOLY REDEEMERi

letters, telegrams, flowers, use of and other kind acts of sympathy J lived here for 40 years. He ii I i I by Appointment
cars, kind words and prayers Richardson survived by his
wife
Clemmie Information
Special thanks Clan 8 pm in
Your many kind deeds shall always to the Francis three aces; Ollie Jr
Theodore Mass
be remembered by us. Funeral Home and their staff and Herman two 7 and 10 (Sundays)
and to the Rev. L. A. Thompsonand Robert Perry 1738 NW 2nd Wills Mae of ; daughters Novena 730 (Wed. night! )
Again we say thanks for the members of Temple Bap ave. died in Jackson: Memorial Emily Miami and Mrs I School AU are Invited
everything and may God blesa tist Church for the splendid ser Hospital on July' 28 after being D. C. tour Towles of Washington Everyone is welcome l at Ha4y
; sisters Mesdames
teefe and everyone of you is our vice. L.jull! accidentally crushed by a garbage Butler, Harriet Pratt :Jajen Han-Eva
prayer. truck ca which be was working" WALKER TEMPLE
Elder and Mrs. G. V. Rogers Again thanks to everyone for The funeral was held from the na and Lasher Hanna of the Ba
1401 NW 20th Ave. everything, also to Rev. William, chapel on Aug. 3, 2 pxn with hams;; a brother, Clarence Hanna (Church of God in Christ)
Opa LockaCARD Savoy of Grace Presbyterian burin! in Lincoln Memorial. of Deerfleld. Services will be 1789 N W. Wth Terr.
Church. j conducted; Aug. 6 in the Church Minister S. Mclntyre. reporter
The Dclanry and I of God Temple at 1. pm. Elder Elder J. J. James paster

OF THANKSThe Williams Families Infant Scott., born to Mr and Jacob Cohen offictoUng. Burial > Sunday School ..........._.._.._ iftOO
family and devoted friend I Mrs. Buster Scott 368 NW Iltbat. will be in Lincoln. I II Noon Service ........ ......_._ 12:06

4 the late IN .. was buried with graveside I I YPWW .._.._._.._.........__.._. 8-30
THOMAS BENJAMIN MEMORIAM services on Aug. 1 at 9 axn. Baby girt Phillips. stillborn Evening Service ......._..._w.. 80:
wish& to thank their many friends In sad but loving memory of r I I daughter of Mrs. Katherine Phillips .
fur the innumerable expressions our brother father grandfather of 2413 NW 160th st, Opa Matthew Temple AMEZ
of kindness that were extended LAWRENCE GREY HEART Little Robert P. Anderson, lOG L.cka..as buried in Lincoln
during his lenghty Illness and WALTON of Mrs. Etta M. Anderson 1341 Cemetery Aug. 2. 1828 N.W. 5th Ave

recent death. Y ur thoughtful- who departed this life I I NW 5th ave, died in Jackson Sunday School ...-.._ ... .. ..,... 93*
nets will always be most fondly 1957. July 21 Hospital after accidentally swal'' Baby girl' Co crwoud. daugh Morning worship .......-......_._ 11:0('
remembered. May each of you be I lowing spirit of turpentine. Services ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bvening worship ..._......-....... 7:00:
endowed with God's richest blew Sunset and evening star, I were held from the chapel: Copperwood 323 NW 22nd terr.
sings. I And one clear call for met July 30 at 2 pm. with Rev. Hall died in Jackson Hospital July 28 BROWNSVILLE
Mrs. Alice Woolfork And may there be no moaning of officiating. I Graveside services were conducted BAPTISr

And Family the bar I oa Aug. 5 in IJncoln. 2749 N.W nth Street
When I put out to sea. Rev. R. Thompson, acting pastor

CARD OF THANKSThe But such a tide u Mrs. Gertrude Deveaux 423 l ML Olive Missionary Baptist Annie' Prs't rrp Tter
moving
seems NW Sunday School _.,,..
9th sL, died July 29 at hcme 930
family ft the asleep Funeral will be conducted I 402 N.W. 2nd Ave. Morning Worship ______ 11-00
To>> full for sound from
MRS. CARROLL or foam. llallandale.
Florida
BRYANT SYMONETTE When that which drew from out the chapel Aug. 6 at 2 pjm. with Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor Evening Worship _______ 7:00
burial in
wish, to express their sincere the boundless deep Lincoln Rev. C. E. McClary, reporter SALTER'S
CHAPEL
thanks to the many friends, relatives Turns again home. Evening Service 8 p.m
James Rev
H
and Twilight and Curtis 1527H NW 3rd Sunday School ., J Benson pastor
neighbors, who remem- evening bell. died -- 9 sa
ave. Ruth
bered us with their kind And after that the dark, on July 29. The body Morning service _._, 1100 Twiggs. reporter
of sympathy during expressions the I hope to see my Pilot face to was shipped to Statesfaoro Ga. fox Evening service .. ............,.,. 7:00 Sunday School -rr..._... 930
death and burial of loved face final arrangements. I I BTU ______________ &00 Morning worship .._...___ .11:00
I our When I have ACE League _.........._ 530
cne. We shall crossed the bar.
kindness. never forget your s sa evening worship ...........__. 7:00:

II Families Sytnonette and Bryant The Walton Family 1 NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.

IN MEMORIAMIn James K. Brown pastor

IN MEMORIAM memory of : Bra. Vandcll Bovan rr..or'ter

IIERDIE EVERETT DENNIS Sunday School .._______ 930
In memory of our dear brother Horning Worship .._.. ..
_
ELIJAH STRACHAN who passed into the Great Be a aSAC ? 1100
ynd July 31. 1959. Evening Worship ..... ...._.__ 7:00:
who passed away on the 4th day ai
yamt
of August la the year of our Maybe rest In peace. CORINTH
lord 1950. ',4 BAPTIST

Sleep on my dear brother TRINITY C. M. E. Rev W T Ttioma patter

sleep' on and take thy rest; we 2014 N.W. 5th Court 1450 N.W S9th Street

love you, but Jesus loves you W. V. Geary, minister Phone OX 1-8495

best Sunday School ......r....._ 930:
Mrs. Augusta Mortimer Church School --... 930 Morning worship llreo:
George SeymoreBeatrice I Morning worship r..rrr... 11:00 1taTra c awn, r.a..t D. aorau Cveafeog worship _.r..r.r..r 730

Thurston Evening worship ______ 7:00 NW. 111k .. ox 1.7551 and successful pastor
Come and hear a gospel preacherMIAMI






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INVESTING MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


YOUR MONEYBy


Paul V. Q(toon
Pressed Ficc Powder.
F Overf.. .

Last week w* talked abut Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Co.
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"Miaranteed' dollar and flexWe" -

dollars. Today, let's discuss Chicago 9 Illinois
how the guaranteed dollars are ,
Invented, and how It Is possible
10. pay salaries overhead make la a new and smoother earn
t'prtlt and still pay a gnaran- pact powder that will give
LOST ON VIRGINIA BEACH 1 FOR RENT I teed return. If wee can discover' your complexion, a soft natural

Sunday July 24. a faIr of bo,', this magic then one will know I look It's tho powder youvo
black frame eye glasses. 1C the where to ,Invest OUR money. .
LARGE 1-BEDROOM apartmentin boon aoarthlng for. It la blondod
call OX 1-31K
roMr will please reward. nice\ quiet neighborhood. 1521 In every employment of mon with a creamy foundationthat
and receive a NW 64th StFITRYTSIIID ey, whether you use H for Investment
I will not streak atayaon I
: purpTos or keen It In
ROOM. Near bus a shoe box under the bed thereIs longer than most loose
FREE FREE FRI1 stop. Cooking facilities. 186 NW a risk Involved. powder and tho nospillcompact
1 New boy's or fbft bieytKfree 57th st Phone NE 3-5203.
ke.,. your pursontatl
with every Dew 21-tneh TV For the past 200 Years It appears
sold before Aocnst 1. Call III furnished home.! that the risk of not Investing !
4-9235. 2-&EDROOM has been greeter than the
Near Grandway and bus. 1270 risk of Investinr. At your favorite eosnvttlocounttr Only' Ito (plus tax)
NW 55th St Mirror.' Compact-$1.10
or wrttt:
REPAIRS AND That oT berry man Inflatlti.thouch (plus' tax)
MINOR ALTERATIONSNo CLEAN HOME-LIKE furnished not dramatic has beenconstantly .
Job too Small room. Phone OX 1-2864. t working behind your
Call Fall Taylor Store for rent Nice location back In the dark eating sway" I 1 I! aA i..! l

1887 N.W. ISM Phone OX 12864. I like a termite, the trtrrMstnRpower '
StrtttA20 of yrw dollar. IT'S NOT TOO LATE. .
ONE BUSINESS building Cab
NE 46633.BEAUTIFUL. Think back a minute In the94V
KEEP CHILDREN IN MY HOMI \ we could ro to the store To have your picture mad. in jour prom outfit, or your

$11 W 11 dully. Practical( nurse on 2-bedroom duplex clan dmrn a dollar bill and walk
duty Big yard big h"ose. Clara In new exclusive neighbor-' 'ut with 10 loaves of bread. In cap and robe
Beware. 2229 NW 60th st. NE apt 76th the 193O wf note rot 6 loavesof
hood adults only. 1128 NW
4- :'73 A6 bread Today. for the same and Gown FurnishedJohnson
St1BEDROOM I I dollar we only ret' abut four J Ugh School and Kindergarten Cap

TELEVISION NOT WORJCmOT APTS. $14 weekly loaves Bread ,Is only a symbol of -

Have It repaired on credit Pay 2-BEDROOM APTS $16 weekly tV>l. nurrhmlng hoer we are

weekly, your credit Is always good For Information call OX 1-6341 talking about

with us. All work guaranteed.Call evenings NA 1-6933. t Thinkhat" thlt w wld mean,
NE 4.9256.WANTED.
to If pennon
rue we were on a -
GENTUatAN would yeu like a where the amount' of money we
I room In a comfortable home<< rea rreJve rmnirw 'hfll !same and
sonable. NE 5-5283. Brownsville the end of twine kwon e"nf 'rnd
All itV ben mln un for 500,
HELP WANTED *"..rt For t... .**.. 23 vest |nfUtlon -r
CA 4VAi3SF f r a wonder pro- MRS McPHEE. Agent for the M. eaten" away. '"t ourde
4trt in! demand no co ipetitlon. Charts Girdles! 1249 NW 70lh St. t1., .t the r*te f mt a veirwrhWi
4*% f'C'mfftfHlen. Must be prertabJe PL 4-8034. tndf .... l. a W .r.*.ii *r then the

*** young lady or hlfh - - .... I r*..iim" ,w.vMIM *-.- rotten Inh
who 1 ffrsduate. PL 8-0241. Call -- - last 25 vein from bonds
9.11 am.EXPERIENCED. hanks.,, Savn t and Loan Insurance
FOR RENT companies.' ,I
beauty operator
Tn '1her word. without our
>t Boyd's Beauty Salon. 1230 NW 1.1Jedroom axparimenta .
.
3..H are PTt 49704. Mrs. Sarahnn r*.1htng! It. we have hem TIOT1nm
of
robbed of about 40%
,. Prop. $14 weekly our monev every ten vears, bv a
forr' We hardly knew was there
V.\ ; ) WOMAN tf) care for 1oM f'.A
bedroom '
apartments
months baby five days sOC -et' rmn |Innatl 1l. I r

1-2193 or OX 1-1330 $16 weekly This! was true of the Ins"nn : .. I
oJ.,..... Ifi35 NW Mth st cnmnanles. the ban** and the e -,

tvincs and loan Inttltutlon. with .
Adults Onlyfor 0r ..At
whom we Intrusted our life sav-
(.. ., \. .. .
FOR RENT Inn |I ,_ .t;, .
.
J
information Ther companies decided" that

t-BEDROOM APARTMENT bv Its oast rer-'"t'd. Inflation was ,
Our Rent I la The Lowest Call OX 1-6341 'Inevitable. Therefore. |It was nee.eaurv -
We have to nicest ap.tmiats to proem themselves and .
410 NW Snd Avo. toY investor by outline yours and
Ev, nna_ NA 1..695:1.ft :: their money Into Invetttrwntsthat .

ROOMS For clean aaatty fornMie like a cork on a frmv" *ea ..
<1 rooms ran Smith's &oocsInr ... \. ftAlV could ride with the InHatcn. no n
House. FK S-4SM ec OXJM43 matter which way H went' In x b
1009H NW Snd av. FOR SALE other words when prlC'Hnt UP
todfFfTldencv the value of the Items' the monjev ,
__ I was Invested In went up fx*
T1'1' H''D : None' n'JT1f:'t Unfurnlthed. Low If prices went down they could' -..
...... RImutTttes. Near bus AnTm wtvnent 1720 NW Seth St switch their Investments' tit a dlf-1' of Miami
NE 4-IW. Owner while our
alyt.oin: 41M NW 32nd ave. I frrent type. Thus
money declined by 40%. the Investments -.
TWO MEDIOOM! HOUSE In. at some of these Institutions 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7.2294
NURSERY
.pet _'onf Brownsville. Ph. or Increased' ,
.'.f. 4-3WO. Selling Out at much" as 2,000The < ":_ Aiil L 1 ...\" .. I .. rMraTgaaagaa


n",tWRIi m or unfurnished! 1- Plants of all iliad the** methods fiN Is no used sjcret to acquire Next

lmeirenm. ant t.arl'' living room A. Kollv week" well discuss hw these
diskette A" modern Nice. lam OX 1.0547 companies Invested their moneyto
. yard Adu't or with a baby. 729 1475 N.W. 67th St. make these profits and whatthey j: OLD /INDIAN/
NW, Seth Tens MU 1-0325. Invested in. Later In this
series well discuss h-w all of us.
3-BEDROOM ens horn. 140 even- with very little money ando BLESSED
TTW 73rd st Call sfrnt 7H>! NOTICEMrs the same thlnf. ,i (

4-6728. Seen by ppotntaaotnnOOTTATTD lath I '" j Fd l'k"b

.onty.. Addle M Jones formers ; wi'; SUCCESS CROSSCHIEF
--
'YFWf V :" furnlihedh ner "f Jones Unique! Besuty,
a !lprirneMl t t water modern C"nr) whines( t'l- inform an her Yew may
Endwed ytrd. CW '--noi. and old cusfmers that TAR
ea.nientr : at ... ,. $1.00
.
.h. .t nnw" working part time ousp/
Mrs the
Call
Sit" ti tt. and 8 s ave. Indian- Hair Bsautyfor
H.'..*..r+ Ffl 4-4234 Adults onlY u...s Beauty Ct e.t fl83J NW H.t N.Wbf "Old ... 1-W
4-1087. AINt'RV it'h are phone OX 1-7271 Tb.hn atheo and paint) ... ...... .. .... .-
NE for
7
AJt m
< II are dally except Monday Old Indian Lenlntnt

FtTRVISSIED three bed 9'grn 4 "jm until 8 pjn On Monr Drawing Candle (Alleged) .. .......-....... .WOld
surroundings! ,' she s there from 8 am. until .. "Old Indian" Money
"' house Quiet .74
of
r amMOtmtnt only)
for
In Ojw Loeka Banche Park 8 pm Indian" Lucky Number I Intenn (

.r*o. TVeirfous of clean, nice Mrs Jones attended' Uw Instlile -I i.Vlstlr Soap ............................ -''-- ......-... .**
Information Indian" Money
sunhat family For National Beaotlcians "Old
f the
e1 NA 1-6A54. tndfROOM rt'tl'1Y'"nt1)ft> r> specializing' In hair Evil Condition. ftap .. -...........-........... .to
hat e*. fc: a yomtsatf "Old IndianStop
\ Sin: *> or couple, er smaDfa Poners'o"')ring Permanent and hair Hair styling Culture and w fan teats bow MMM "Old Indian- Conquering Soap .... -......__._...--.-- .*<*

fa .bore my home Apply reads caa p.t Lostnoee7 .,*
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2 IK NW Seth St NE 51920. Love Attraction tap .. ** ""-
ravel Ise Indian"
= "' ''' II'I I a tea "Old

LOOKING FOR A dean famish MO 1-1131 Indian Hand Rub ...........-._.._.._..--.-..... l-
Call Old
and bath. '
ed Mfi wM kHefcen FOR SALE ,
Call OX ..... .. ..... ._ .*'
. not to private home. Ala INCOME PLANNING "Old Indian. Dream Book ......._._. -- '" '& 4.

1.48A4. ,. (This book should' bo in every homo)
CBS Building ASSOCIATION, Inc.
BaUUTIFUL ROOM In private Indian" Clearwater ... ...-..........- ............- ............... ..... Z.oo
me. Hame-Kke atmosphere. with two stores 5830 S.W. 73rd St. "Old
MM NW Uth st. Phone NE These products are aa near to you as your telephone
'-If 41. Miami 43, Florida
Call NE 4-6633 NE 5-0087
LOVELY HOUSE for right fam-
fly Adults. $25 per week or will
aoP' like rent $100 down. NE Advertise It Pays!r
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STARS LIKES U.S.

CURFEW RINGS Jackson's Toddle Inn

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.... m Kindergarten and
-- \ --.........- Tall Congo Premier Lumumba h AFTER S. C.
really a smiling diplomatt who:
_NEW YORK CITY (CNt)- altough he speaks no English YOUTHS CLASH Grade School

Ghost of "Shuffle Along" rttonu finds a way of communicating Rocked by two suoeesvenights begins August 15-
to bback Registration
They are startng lie is having a
with Americana of interracial violence the
"Shuffle Aloof again--end Don't settle for lees Give your
this time the producer is a ZUr- ..... .. good time In this country. textile-mill city of Greenville tc child the belL 67.00 per wreck -
this week
Harvey foreign officials S. C. was expected' Hot lunch and transportation in-
erdale, N.Y man As guest of many
Glide who U advertising forNegro he U entertained lavishly. call Itca strict curfew to beep cluded. 3036 NW Uth Tern,
teenagers of bvth races off the tone NE 44308. Call early tar
dancers to do "strut andtap" As guest in the home of the
and singers. He hopes to LIberian a Ambassador to the UN streets reservations Certified teach'
About 500 white and Negroyoungsters
insured buses.
cpen this Fall in an otf-Broad- Nathan Barnes Lumumba' greeted roving from one
his main mistake Americans so warmly,
way theater. But many drive in restaurant to another In
is the same mistake all the What Condition ligning autographs and speaking motorcades, fought with stones
hopeful producers made through an interpreter about his ROBINSON'SAir
other knives clubs and few pistols
who tried to bring back "Shuffle Stop Disability i country, he made many new for four liNn Monday, night. No
Alone. It was a very food musical friends f.r the Belgian Congo. serious injuries resulted but
we understand back in the Payments Meanwhile, trap were being police arrested at least 16 persons
20'. but the world has profress- lent to Leopoldville and more and confiscated an arsenal ASSOCIATESFast
ed so far the people are so far "The human body and human diplomats. to survey the situation. homemade weapons.
will often' perform surprising -
their taste and pwer greeted with "Long dens mosUy Safe and Economical
way from H feats" said Edward P They were The fighting was
their entertainment needs are no Blonston. manager of the Miami live free Congo. The most urgent by throwing stones from cars. CHARTER
longer on the "strut and tap" North S.tiai Security Districtoffice business was a matter of the Sunday night about 200 youths AIR PLANE SERVICE
kick. 'l'Myute keen entertain "We have found examples treasury which Is almost deplet fought in the same way. The
ment. the kind you atop and look of this time after time among the eeL The UN is negotiating to make trouble started last we.. Police' Negro Pilot .
at when you're turning the TV people receiving disability beneUu Immediate. bank loans plus help Lt. Frank W. Taylor .said when
dial searching for something. ." the country to befe Itself by sending three white boys were arrested Negro OwnedWe
They !Want new faces new and The disability provisions of ther.cial trained technicians to replace fighting with Negroes protesting
Interesting talents different security law are different those whkh fled and were run lunch counter aggregation on Ply Anywheree
approaches new comps and [turn some other government and cut of the Congo Thursday. I te 4 person er greupeef

above all-music of today: mod private disability programs. For 28 14.hevp serviceSet
ern Jazz.Speaking. ''a person to meet them be must Why be Out of Style? your own schedule
establish he is so severely disabled -
of casting parts as to be unable to do any SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING Let us convert your double Per further Information see
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her famous makeup secrets under to meet the requirements many Indf
the banner of Lena Horne. return to work or improve, others SEE win
Cosmetics, a company on fifth learn new skips" Blonston
Are. Miles-Davis at the Apollo. I commented: I I SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE

Eartha Kitt has a new album The law requires. a person receiving
disability benefits to notify EBONY
-Eartha Kitt Revisited' a
out
old his local office or the Social
but the same
strange. name. Jonah- Jones Quartet Security Administration in Bal-|'
songs timore. whenever be returns to Motel & RestaurantAir
Blue" for
bas done "One Touch of work Capitol which has a wonderful that he is able \0ur1t, even
so
chorale quality everythira" if he has not yet returned substantial Let feer year* eff eapsHiand ..s .edd. condition Television Telephone In every room
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The public went for Nixon's' fcr this pure *e, or by writing a CONSULT MI*-.
unscheduled interview with the Set\d'. DONT STAY IN THE HUT. GET
little Negro shoe shine boy who If a disabled person takes. a OUT NOW. aY THE MIL O?
said Just the right thing on TV job or goes into business payments OOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
couldn't be a may Dot be sloped immediately
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acceptance speech by may whether he S MI All On ftrair lots .
on. Kennedy, fcslnx, no time kicking munUw0 see his abilityto ......
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him map out the best poeaible stopped will be based on the to GARAGE
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The Ufirflts will end n the date
FAMU TO a person U shown to be able" tc MEADINO BUILT-IN OVEN AND RANGE
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 6, 1060 LOVELY NEIGHBORHOODOpen
Troop 375: Kerr Memorial
Methodist Church, Perrine. Robe
Stiles, scoutmaster. Car ) 3-6 p.m.BEAUTIFUL .
Wright Terry J. Jones, Andrew
126 Boy Scouts Enjoy Carey, James Dassaw Bob Thomas CBS
Robert TolUver. Jessie Williams .. *
I Horace Johnson, Gregory $695 Down $88 per month
Stiles, Bruce Merrell Thomas
Week of Johnson Joseph Bryant Robert ", au at
Camping McCoy Shedrick Woodard and
Eddie Mosley Jr. 1825 N.W. 52nd Street

390 Lfflkt C. Evans
The Division of the South Fla. Carl WflmL Troop Everett: Stewart Jr. .10
Elementary
r Inc. Scouts of
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Nicholas, Len-
: America held Its annual summercamp Troop 187: Gethaernaoe Baptist chairman. Robert
Street
1855 N.W. 52nd
activities July 2430 at' Church West HoUjwod Ells wood Davis, Vaughan Crumlel
Camp Rocky Pine, Princeton, King, scoutmaster. Aaron Lamar John McCray and Alphonso Far-
with 120 scout: campers Junior assistant owU Johnson Jr.. William quharson.The Come out Sat. and Sun.
state and scouters. I Frinks, Alphonso White, junior staff were:: HoraceHunter
Billy Robinson
Ralph Clark
The activities! varied with scout' Joseph Smith Franklin Jenkins 74; Ishmvl William 73 NEWS REALTY HI 5-3589
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rope bridge, compass work axe- Zeph Nf"NboId: Terry Evans, Alfred and Iria Carey 375; James
manship, waterfront activities Glass Reginald Gordon
74 Theodore Grier and
Charlie Brown ;
and Anthony
including swimming boating Geer.
Holmes and Moses Perry 58.
canoeing, fire ceremonies
camp
and heavy eating. Our Classified Columns Get Fast Results
The Friday night camp fire
., The following units were represented Church Troop, MlamL 372.' St.Robert Methodist was attended by approximately

.. In camp: kips. scoutmaster. Warren L. Bent-Daw- 200 parents scoutmasters and Advertise! It Pays I
56 sponsored by Mt. Zlrn
Troop Church. Herbert WUllumsscoutmaster ir George Mobley, Willie Wil friends of sccutin
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Williams, Dahlgren Mart Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
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Ronald
Harris
Isaac Hargrove. ..
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Samuel Cohen Donald Berry -
Edward Williams Charles
Brown James Brown David
Carter and Russell WaM.

Lett Troop* Smith 77:, St.scoutmaster Agnes Church Leroy I This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

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Louis Jackson, scoutmaster
Richard Scott $395 DOWN $795 Down
BRAND NEW-LIBERTY CITY
Troop 99: Bethune ElementaryPTA.
Samuel Grant, scoutmaster'
Buy a brand new 3bedroomCBS
Richard Newt.:n, Fredrick Parks, 1 Mortgage $69 Month 3-Be&oom CBS
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