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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 13, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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FIRED POLICE TO SUE j JOBS


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C'qulttf'd of Criminal! Court
c that they had bobcat b0a -

I'' 2 MEN HELD INiUMU161k hami bribe:Civil. but Service ennvtetafi Blor,ar the

the same' offence. two 3.We et- .,
Acer said Tumtaj t4ey w..w
: Held In Dad jail go to court to jet tbetr: ) .a* beet
Tuesday night on uplcton of Amos IrOtVaKftWtt *'t and aMrftt
murder in the auto death of Oscar : h. 24, were i n i r ratufJatM for
; YMCA Musical Sunday dismissal. from tbe p Me* levee y
Taylor last Saturday night by the Clint Service 1le.Mt '..oTuera
were two Perrine men.
ay aerulag.
I The Annual Musical Soireesponcored After there af teaflbiiany
a It Smith 38, of dars
They are Grady ,
by the Carver Branch related to the eharaM tile de-
t Nations. Mr. Lodge baa been chocn
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10130 W. Indigo. St. and David
held!
the YMCA "mill be Sunday. Aug. cteiwt IH the jnvo''MMiibar hard
a* Republican candidate
J for the vice presidency.Dr 14, 4 pjn. and will bring tofether E. Roberts, 30 of 10139 W. Indigo WM una....*... As a Me4-k.MIng
I some Bunche 1 is at present In the talent. Participants! on the program dee not have to Iteat to eaasMeratkm -
.' Congo acting to brine about a I' will be Baldwin Hepburn' men admitted to him said < l e\Mdtaee. as a eavrt
peaceful solution t the explosive Samuel Rolle Marta Pkze MIK I. Sheriff Tom Kelly, that they of law boa to do.
s.tuatlon' devel pin there. : ten Wright Cassandra were in the car that ran down The sty Manager trwr assn!
Dr Dunche is the highest Roscoe Speed Harolean Stcir. Taylor and left him by the road. Or I'*aaW!'M\Jl l 4aVi m7 rrcnsnmerulattoes!
rankle: U N official next to Dag James Exson. Venda Harris. They Mid they were all drunk, I'Atwft )W.... revkewed a tnn-
Kammarskjold. He has turned Frederick Morley and Norman but could not explain how Taylor script of tbeA"MW'r evhieaee.
dcii numcreus presidential/ app ,Thornton. Carver P rtlock is got out of the car cr was hit. the .- ""lien.Fl'Mtkltw .
intrnents to high Washington, serving u narrator. r.na.., >_ ft c*
offices and private appointments The car belongs to Roberts. lit M.-r M. I. .Nire ides
The Musical Soiree will Mgh-
to high posts of teaching.The tight the C't'WTC.otfUens: of VtcKrHerbert. said that they abandoned' It, but : a.hwt his! cHewte! be* wr...l p..
56-yr-old International Seme of tile music featured oan't remember" where they did. peal the dcialon to aW CJrmit
Detective had not found it ,
statesman attained world prominence will) br: "Ah! Sweet Mystery up c..t.
to Wednesday. R41eD... m+. wtlw gals t..Mrkty
in 1947 when after Swedish of Life, 'The Isle of Our I
Count Folke Bcrnadotte'sdeath fl eam." "Tramp. T that there WM s tat "....-t..-
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he divided Palestine and ,>." "Gvpsv Lve Sen:." I table moneV orating .in |*Ueecircias.
arranged fur U e establishment! of "ha.lan Street Son*" and many western high Seta 1 la serving asconsultant. to protect bol.ta ........*.
Dr Ra'rh: Dunche is being Israel and an Arab-Israel truee. other selections' written by Victor The program win be I was susawnded with Flack on
touted In Washington: as the m stable H.rtMrI. I: held in the Breezeway" of the Y. I July 7. The day after they 'were'
I and likely replacement for In IPSO the Nobel Prize Committee I This one of Miami's moM outstanding arrested f r allegedly talnag
Henry Cabot Lodge as the United awarded him the Nebel Arthur L. BVIM. chairman of summer attracting.: Tie' bribe af fTS araia Jacob tjaait anTCMPORA
States Ambassador to the United Peace Prize. the mute department of North- I public k invKed. I' adraeitt.d ssrrfkete -.

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I CAMPANELLA FILES FOR DIVORCE I Claim African Attacks St.ts by



Former nrookyn Dodger ba eba 1'- f

I c: 'std. star on Ivy Thursday< CampaneJa that :his dls-13- ... \,. :" ......" :'f-li RussiansThe

year marriage is n> more. \ ... ..' v I CORE Workshop To Open 4e-
Soviet peas bitterer
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Cam ...netts has filM papers: in e I
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pounced on MoSMtojr, pan Hi fey
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M.rirul., N.Y court seeking a
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foal separation from BM wife: African students ol tMtel tilatrtsnifMtiun -
backed by the Congress of Ua- .
Ruth aM custody of the three APPEAL MADE cal Equality (COKE) will nod ....... a* iwleaan
C'RpdftJa et Wren. open here Sunday
Campy was critically Injured FOR HOMESTEAD testing ground for its project I d. YAC'Ldl" amt ft reported
in an aut@fltnb4\f' aeeident In"sa" The Hev Martin Luther King stair anent of a .groa of
and was paralyzed. Since his recovery of Atiattta. Nt""aU..W tauter, 'rna sad Arab stiaaaala >nallI .
be baa turned t sports ba'I JOBLESS *ili be on the Institute t....,. I 14"I tfcir Ute at the sale.ti.fit. .
d.tJAI.usUq and ba Ieb&'1 a resent saner tit
His daily program."Cmjrf K'Ita t"O".t'ttO 1. the C....... designed to train arU aM liraiMUskf the UatMadJMMi
c.m.hHrd: at 5 'n.'. jd are 01( 34 pepft' t. the Mudnnu i I. n.a.yWf'IK action at__ Br> .asst fie stMed .
p... ever siatton WFEC '"< 4o NVgroes are out of prMjt-eU will open at the Sir .R.. as inter and arlti.oitPr
-A .' d May are bmg evict' John Hotel cn Aug. 14. vaeeil un.
-, cant take K any more.* heaid fro their homes for non
at .bte Gleo Cove Long Island meet .f Nb1.Trrsptt About 1W persons, many .fth The Wecteea '.....< emargoit re*
h me.' 7F .m college student leaders, will Gently that S'sv..t UA.vrrsttkMmm <
:I an relief came dots take pan in the three-week pro- ttav" uM"d reptraaive aoet. 4IN-
He is quoted al sayi g that his ...,-it. f"w tile Florid: EmptoyFft Y': am. n..1, r> m..+..ur.e apaaot
wife ewes home late Mn manyoecastoiM.w )j. '. "' -ee and taw Dd Wel- A alm.t.r institute was staged if.,, s-\ 'IJoi./ 11'$ and tna4 W-
'"S*e wouldn't cook p- ,**f D I.t-t.rtetwetTrio I M.re 'ut year e. fj.> ... a h& *d drvd.

loU ,f times far any of us." ,I! ROY CAMPANELLA W-r i Praver Cirde 212E .. -- I

Caeayr Mid he rofrets to web \ Mth .'. u eatteetiag food
s once ha-py marriage g. on Tuesday "She is free Ie go her -, ft .\Iift4 n.*y to assist
the rocksRut there is nothing Way. and I can go mine." tt.i-. ..1."t. people Mrs Mary
more I can do. ftuel! !ta J'i natinc the rel--f s
j Mr Campfea!: called flee : wok In jlaai'aHiaJ.' CostrftM. dr +b4
The ewe bye in separate t iMr.*........" She tMariu .,.. osw swky ais be left at 729 N
quarters ie thefe palatial home. : Is fetttof MMM faulty adrkee tf-JMRi a.. 'r eaU) IH 9-71UU
from so ewbefe, maybe k..aa .1 d arrastawtf... uU be made
TV were served on .die! .. .'* .
papers .p 'K* up any donations "
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'Champ' Floyd Patterson Bigger I rI :


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Hit in Sweden Than Inao Y:4L: ;E ,.


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S ckhokm A crowd of 40- rhamp"n; received! the keys 10 ', tH rin< to face the usual! ordea.: ,1
000 packed ar. amuMtnent park S'icicw1mStt r
,f un. lJ .nt bie out gram hun I
Wedoetdav night to watch World! ....
Heavyweight champion Flo'dPAtten wered ,'.*h huge fl '*er 'H' almoct tratnpitd each : 1Tb.
Floyd: climbed out of -i the dump. I
n batter four sparma'.e bouquets i- : < fo II i

in the first stop -n his exhlbitoSa -- -...,. -
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Patterson who became the firstheavyweight : GARDENER LOSES TOE IN MOWER : .ewtppolaU4 dlnekt .f tM eau Rights section for
ever to regain the Qk. 1MO Dm.rr.tUafcewn oampaigo 3darjsrbr M J(rwci* ........... la t
crown when he kn: A gardener< toes were manfkd VW Jrd st wnea m
banwon in
Svk"edee's June, worked Ingsnvsr round apiece:' I Wednesday by the blade of a struck; a bwr earl. bouAced b ek ......r Jobs F. Xar o7. ftlutrw wtU "'P,.+ml U>. H...*t.r bathe .
a .....
tcU.. and work wits Mr*. LAWMO ta u. .
with Julio Mederos Aaron Watson power lawn mower. and tbe rotary blade kit hMO Ortl Klfto
and John Henry Allen aad Marion C flee 41. of 57H .... alas sal ",,".u.. of the a ttvtU.. .f UetUrmy ..cU.n. )Ira. I."...
flashed with two rounds againsthis I NW 19th sty WAS 1 ta fair *&44j gotten L. Mills arrived .. s ...H'tull knows .*4 |*a.rat CJu4&ANI .t the 1o'tLaal
19yearId brother, Ray. j I !loa at Jess Hospital, but oa the scene f;,.t. He cut off 0Mad1 of Nape WMB... Biulicr .. ",.. t.a, of his
i I doctors say he may lose tiM five Co M'. shoe banrfajed hk Tot cw-c.::: ..... ei TirrH4 a4 theflOH o..UMDo h&enadA1 Council
Floyd got a big bund from the |I tots.lie. I and CoHec WM Nat to tae ba- et Q.IaI.p.. 1
crowd when be finished. T h t WM ouMIq a lawn at 1633 I I ..





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Entertains 50 GuestsBy


k ., v W griil-co ked barbecued ribs <:k
STANLEY (8wts) SWEETING choice delicacy of the day r.o
outing lasted from 12 noon to 1pin. '
a + l lt What is raruted to be the tint .
of iu kind in the south: is the Membership cards are ava
much-vublicized! Rockln H Riding able I r potentials, and for a
Club. Located a short distance small yearly fee ranch privLcj tat
away, at NW 12th street are all times assured Says M;
and 133rd avenue the ranch is 'Holland am happy to have
." fast being rec'gnlzed as one of va liable for those who .e .k
the most-soueht-after diversionand wholesome recreation and <*
: recreation spots in Florida. door diversion the privileges of-
Headed by Sherman W. Holland fereed at the Rorfrtn H Ram
r J.! I Ir the Rockin' II Riding Cub With y ur membership card
is a membership orjanizttl n horseback: riding trail and !t,>
i. But recreation-wise it does not rides plus other ranch torts & -
stOP there Merbers ire permit- yours as a member of the Rock
ted with sanction of the Trail m' H Club.
Doss, t recommend or take a
guest for trail and ranch privileges.
? Mr Holland is Trail Boss. WEAR 1)E"T Rt$
I I' Last Tuesday, Auf 2, approxImately -
50 guests enjoyed the day Don't Get Sareirse
: 4 t 1 I at Rockin H Trail rides hay
: I rides: music stating and fgrolirkI LYONS 4I
I I and Just plain lolling under
'the apreadrd pakmo, were just a ALL-DAY ,
few of the many diversigedi DENTURE
.. i sports and entertainment enj'' y- '
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Standing, left to right Thomas cl-.rm-n' of Scholarship: Committee Seated ,left t,, right Dean D were recording star Little Willie 7* D. Phillips.. Mrs It !lon John tee :ur II Khi=. II Dobhs Mildred A Jnhn,nn I John night club famressarfo and f...A,gtsj...*M r.e 14f
I son. Clifford Howard Mrs Charley Those starred: above Ire and Kenne'Jh R Wil'.lams: : prest- I I entertainer Phil (The Unt ueh-' .... hw.s .. I.... 4B1
Mae Rollins, Dean Charles H I I m'Tubers of the organization givn2 dent f Dade County Junior Colllege I able. The Upsetter. etc.) Harris .. r- ..... WIu.. s-r&Jr '
Walker. Herman R R.ou: Sr the scholarship, I popular King of Hearts Club I sew- .., l.....s $
star Jack Corbitt John Lomrio, .... SW-

I Wins Scholarship to Junior CollegeSeventeenyearold owner star; members of cast Ktof and of f the Hearts a galaxy K. of nightclub Hall of HARLEM DRUG CO.

other of the cltyVIP's Refresh
Mildred A menu were (n abundance wJtb! 1400 N.W. 3rd Av, Miami

Johnson. 1423 NW 69th terrace, is I
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
the winner of the first schniir-: -
ship to be granted by the n-w I
PACE 2 SATURDAY AUGUST 13 1960
,
Dade County Junl) r College. The
award covers all tuition fees far STARMEAT MARKET

the freshman year and was presented .
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to the college by the Non- clove in the eventual destruction'
Instructional Workers of the PHIL OSSOFER I of the world l materialism,
Hoard of Public Instruction. peopled by those whom the good \f 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
I, Archbishop denounced This des-
The fourth of eight children of SAYS: trued n will comewhen the I .
Rev. and Mrs Roll n S: JohNnn. prayer of Jesuss fulfilled. This
Mildred will be the first in the --- -- --- --- destruction: is symbolic of the ; THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

family to go to c 41e e. realising The Archbishop of Munich recently destruction of the seed when it
her mother's ambition f r Her denounced atheists, ma- sacrifices Itself to become a .
Mildred was forced to turn teriIiu and those who "make fruitful tree.
$1.000 Kholarshlp to Kn xville the standard of Irving their Idol-
College' Tenn. because: of the additional I'
mentioned" that God
expense of living I.'., allow might possibly Fresh Meat-Low Prices
man to die off the :
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from h'tne.Mildred
face f this world merely by COSMETICS
a 1960 graduate of leaving him to his own evil de I I AIM
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Senior School vices.I I
Northwestern High Miami Times Newspaper
Maintained a high "IV averse do not believe this will everhti I
and was active in choir student 'fn First we have been ,
council mathematics club and prtned through Holy Scripture f I; Call YUkon 3-5681
that *e w uW some day 't eat .. ._
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YXjture Teachers of America She ...,2QS"
Oi' AOAL1lY1,. jLOW';PRtCLB( ,
our swords into plowshares"and .
hopes to continue at Tu.keilee I -""< .,ot
Institute after two years at Dale that we would become: as
and would tike t be a dietician "one fl ck and one shepherd. If
we are to believe that Biblical
Applications for registration teachings surety we must expect -
for the fall term are still! b,i ingaccepted. "( the fulfillment of the Holy BRAND NEW I Icx1
Regtstrat!'n )i' scheduled Scriptures Lovely 3-bedroom 2 bath n
for September 8. 7. and 8 and and oak floors til.
garage
Second. Jesus prayed. Thy a
all interested" HMIId.t" at
.once. Courses are being offered taaftdem in the academic. teeJmte andapec4a in earth as it is in heaven" He tw *"- *
I degree divisionsClothesMinded also said. "A.k. and it shall be i 1354 N.W. 59th St. X'wortlTf.*
given If we sinful' humans haveben |I t mtti'
Open 1p.m. Jt I.U40 un%
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given this assurance, how
we believe that Hk request I I We Build No Money iRLL DELIVERY L/1 1f1D R U GI
will be denkxi And if all the I Ii
earthlinjB tx destroyed how cant Down
So He SaysI i Scriptures be fulfilled

In the spiritual sense, the materialistic Corner lot. 110x110 HAROLD
JOLLIVCTTE,
have no faith in those who pure idol worshippers are Good for 4 unit I Manager
Whate'er they earn upon their already dead Even s>. the
backs; I knowledge of Jesus' resurrection' $3,000
They C'.nmutea dire disgrace, brings hope to them that they I Cash paid for Iota or hornet
And soon or late must curse the might some day rise out of their

Tbey tracks made. upon the fleetingsands. I I b materialistic I rn do in not Christ.fear graves the and end be of re-I!I SEYMOUR Bvlldtr BARONLkensed ln urtf IF YOU OWN YOUR LOT

,nTheir ears are d..f. their oyes world in which *t live I do .
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are blind:
"Tliey can't diseern the time's: demands
I We Con Build A
HOT can they read Us wn-britlt.

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Tslllng something you don't I Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
kMw is like coming back from I
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can't expect nyon. to do it.
/Ulthtr can you expect v l II.| ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Home
manng| friends and neighbor to
ajvo you full and accurate information Picture Tube
Special17INCII$22.95
about your social security
right The place to g>tt
that Information U the social security < 21INCH29.95 With 2 Baths
office. 23.N E 79th /UpKone
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w SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1960 PACE 3 ?jl



Youngsters Win t I Awards were presented to 4tt
I children in ceremonies' at.DaTi -
Library CertificatesNearly i front Audltriucn. It was the
500 Miami youngsters largest group since the inception .
were awarded certificates' Aug. 9 I of the program In 1954. according
for successfully completing' the to Mrs. May Edmonds, coordinator -
seventh annual summer' reading of children's and yang
program sponsored by the Miami I people's M-ork for the Miami
Public Library Public Library.

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FIRST "FLY" STUDENTS Picturedare youth in order to fit them for roles as I ? I : -
six of the first 10 FLY (Friend of Liberian leaders in their country upon their return I j tom"

Youth, Inc.) student from the Republic From left to right are Abraham Brown i L. ', r': :41'I
of Liberia to enroll at Saints Junior cabinet maker; Alease Wiggins! Samuel .
college, Lexington MIM., under a pro Boley. Annie ah, nurse aspirant; Peter : -"-
gram evolved by Dr. Arenia C. Mallory Davis and Mary Ellen Barber, all of Cape -: -
president of both the school and FLY, to Palmas, Liberia.-ANPhoto. !
further the education of worthy Liberian Uei

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BETHUNE TO challenging The student program.body has been f TOP Kof C POST --i ,_ _

TAKE 150 OF 600 pegged this year at 650 be crdrr
that all students mifht givenpersonalized t TO NEGRO -
APPLICANTS attention' during r ; : J &
their educational career Dr. ),1('. Sacramento Calif An Air
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Daytona Beach Dr William Milan stated that the school'snew Force servant became the first qrJp ; : -
A. McMillan, dean of DethuneCookxnan i, year will open with preplanning I nxtnber of the
Negro
racto be (
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conference for faculty!
College ann:unced that -
and elected to the top pnst of the .. _
recerds In the: Rg atrars'a office staff members to be held -_ 4I
Indicated tha t more than 600 Sept 6-11 with the theme, "The I Dufei p; Manofue General Assembly
young people had made application C I.f' Campus as a Comcnun- Fourth Decree Knights of
I.r admission to the I960 CJumbus here Q.:!
1 What! do
freshman day at Rethune Due IltJ" you/
to the revised' program In which Calvin He***, assistant. line 'ck ,
Individualized' attention is given chief in maintenance at nearby mean C1.1:11! 1.1T..
each student not more than 150
Wit) be admitted tj: this new and Advertise! It Pays!I1 Mather Air Fctre bace. was CLEAN..CLEAN?
elected Faithful Navlfatof Marine
trmlnolory Is used' by the
Knights to designate oAVrs, In
keeping with the profession of A. WE MEAN THAT THE
Columbus, their .
patrt ""
CRISPEST, BRIGHTEST GIN

Set Hnbbs joined the Sacra- 'N TONIC UNDER THE SUN IS ,
mrnto Council of the. fraternal
society of Catholic mm In 1953.I MADE WITH CIEAN.TASTING
I In 1964 he was made a member FiilSCHMANN'S SIN
4 the fourth, or highest decree' Sic..
I In the organization .0* 4/5 "T.

The Bishop Manofue Assembly:
I- made up of Fourth Degree nun not WBCAI out a ... MOORUM BIU IK tsaT?n) TM ontmn
ti ., from the various Oune .
e..s in this area
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I FRIDA Y, SEPT. 2nd 8 p.m.



t ORANGE BOWL STADIUM


Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau and the

. Miami Carver Hotel

\ SOUTHEASTERN TENNIS CHAMPS The above hap Prices: $4.00 $3.00 $2.50
\1 py tennis warriors were winners in recent Southeastern
Regional Tournament of the American Tennia Association SEATS HAVE BEEN MADE AVAILABLE IN ALL SECTIONS OF

at North Carolina A&T College, Greensboro, N. C., THE STADIUM TO ALL PERSONS .
In top photo, Ronald Charity, Richmond, Va., center and r
Joe Williams! Durham view trophy being awarded by For further information call FR9-6779 or FR 1.1633

Clifton O. Matthews, Winston Coca-Cola Dotting Co. In
This year aa never before the United Fund need your help. Proceeds
bottom panel David Lash, Carver High School coach,
from this game will enable this organization to continue its great work.
Winston-Salem, makes trophy presentations to Mm. Da.
i-id Garrett, Durham, and Marvis Jean Archie, Winston You can help by attending this outstanding attraction. Purchase your

Salem, center and right respectively. Trophies for the ticket at North's Travel Bureau or the Miami Carver Hotel.I I 4
championship and all other divisions of the tournamentwere

donated by The Coca-<:ql$ Co. Atlanta, ..

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PAGE 4 SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, I960

JUST BROWSIN'
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Br PAUL R. HENRY

4Jk'fID .. A

State* Farm Mutual largo
n' j1m1J! ; automobile Insurance company In
: -: Florida'nmit reduce Its rate be-
ginning October 7. Announce-
ment cl the reduced rates was
Office at12 t. W Third Ave* Miami. Florida-Phene FR 1-2231 made on Tuesday by State Insurance -
punt at 6740 N.W 15th Avtnu*-Phont OX 1 0421 Commissioner J. Edwin

Larson. Cuts will range from $2
H E. SIGISMUND REEVES Editor
t> $20.60 a year.
Garth C Reeves. Managing Editor and Business Manager ..- -- f

-- roil--- 1927. at the I"Nt y ORie r 1a July Dade County's sales Miami's Orange Bowl Stadium will be fully Integrated -
Kntwl:
a amounted to 11,-
nt \Ii ml. F1nri4a. ornler the art nt March Ii. 176of ?' : tax collection and statewide it was for the first time Sept. 2 when Baltimore Colts play
212,123
'' the Pittsburgh Steelers In a, pro football game. A sprinkling
lJ.l1o.tU.
AwmHutrtl Xesrn Press $
tto
\lrnlbPr taxes last month in throughout the stadium last year, but
Mrmhrr of the National New.papeY PablUher AMorkUioci Gasoline I of Negroes sat
Dade were $1,863,771.Luis they were the ones who bought tickets downtown. This

SUBSCRIPTION RATESONE FlrpQ- the Argentine yea-r North Travel Bureau and the Carver Hotel are sellIng -

YEAR 1440 SIX MONTHS W.7S THREE MONTHS 11.7\I I fighter who 37 years age knock tickets In all sections and you can sit In any seat your
ed former hearywelilit champion Don't forget this Is a United Fund
,
"
1IEflO: OF T1IK XKORO PIIKW Jack Dempsey out of the ring money can pay for.
TIIF. NMJItO: IMtKSH brllrtr that Amrrlrm ran 14 foul. the world I and atilt lost the fight, died this benefit and you should support it. Our Urban League,
frtmi r rHl wml national antatinnlam when It ajtroni to rtery manrritanllr week at the ae of 65. YWCA YMCA, Boy Scouts Girl Scouts, JESCA and St.Alban's .
,.f mrr. ml..r or rrr ",l. hU honuui and fopd" Hartita. Hating' Nursery all share in the proceeds.Curvaceous .
ih > '''noM Mrlre* to help BUM Browser thought.
no man. fmrtng nn mn- Nrgrn every As yur: I
In the linn 1w114th"t all mm kre hurt a. lone aIIetfte'. held State Atty. Richard Gersteln and
hlu k. Sheriff Thomas Kelly had a suit
filed against there. On Corrlne Huff, Miss Ohio who was a Miss
Atty. Bernard Weskky land in the movies. She gets a
America finalist, may
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK I of Elliott Lee Fletcher" M0Dda1\\ screen test at Warner Brothers Wednesday Three
held 81 days in Jail as a
LEASE CRANDON PARK? without a court' Miamians won masters degrees at FAMU last weekend-
suit for $500.000 plus M.OOO far: Conniesteen Dillard Tug Coverson and Rice McKinney
Leasing 3f 0 acres of undeveloped land at Crandon' loss of work, The suit was filed sheriff Is now a FAMU
under consideration Circuit" Judge Robert Anderson Oral Allen the ex-deputy
Park to private Interest is now by our i before their first born
Metro commissioners.The 1! This case will be watched grad. And he and Marian are expecting
with interest this fall Roscoe Webb is back In town, with a wife

offer comes from Shorehaven, Inc. a New York Federal Judge and 10-month-old son. Roscoe gave up a princlpalship in
Tn Jackscm f le.
firm that would build a golf course and deep water marina I Errant Simpson rrdered a dl- Fernandina to head the vocational program In Broward

at an estimated cost of four million dollars. '.rected Srerdlct acquitting 14 former county Dave Bondu is back from a quickie in Nassau.
Raiford! prison guards
The project has the endorsement of the Chamber of charred with brutality.

Commerce providing public money for developing they had The already Judge taken said he approprite felt the state action You've reallybeen misting something If you haven't

land is I not available. amnt! the guard before attended the weekly Pops Concerts at the Miami Beach
the U S. Deprtment of Justice. remain In this season .
However, a challenge comes from Commissioner Auditorium. Only two more programs
Joe Royd. chairman of the parks committee who Is unconditionally I Judre George Schultz *t the Attorney Henry Arrington is the lone' Negro
Criminal Court will pay a visit nine Greater Miamians nominated by Gov. Collins *
opposed to the proposition lie says: Recreation Hall at among
tn the Al's '
House Conference on
for appointment to the'hlte
Not to Join
ffeirhts
"1 am absolutely and unconditionally opposed to the Richmond the boyi In their tames, but to Aging Washington Jan. 912. A total of 32 Floridiansgot

whole proposition determine Deputy Gilbert Cawn the call That Gold Coast Country Club deal that

"The principle! is I improper. Providing public recreation could lint through really see a window the boys nine gamb-feet was supposed to be a real swanky playspot for Dade

areas k I one of the basic functions of government! up. and Broward countians didn't materialize for a whole lot

and that responsibility can't be leased out to private interosU. arrested Follmrinc there his on visit April seven 23 men will of reasons.The .

." know the Judge's optnicn.

Commissioner (Boyd said further that the terms of !, The Dade County Development take-home pay for Florida's "average household .

the deal are bad. Deoartment reports 62 new Is $5,500. But 24 per cent of our population took
msnufacturirvg plants employinc home less than $2500. Guess who they were Egyptian
"\\'hen franchise money from Florida Power and I 1 1M onions were the set up second In talent scouts are knocking themselves out looking for a
Dade County during
light Company are bonded later this year, the commlssoHer quarter "f 1960.Senator muscular! African to play the part of Tarzan in the Afro-

pointed out. "we will have between 3.5 and four Asian region. It seems that the fabled white Tarzan
million dollars available Fates Kefsuver' of
immediately for county-wide rec.
because
has been found to be "racially unacceptable"
of
Tennessee will be one theaorakrrs
reatkmul ) t&t'A'e could take of that and atIt'ast
pUrJ some at the National Association films depict him as being "unfair to Africans". The black
make a start on developing the rest of the park." of County Officials Cnference Tarzan's name will be changed to Saladin in honor of
held in Miami Beach next
The matter has been sent back to County Manager week the great Arab Sultan who captured Jerusalem in the 12th

O. \\'. Campbell for further study. century. What next?
In baM*.U the Pittsburgh Pirates .
The Miami Time U in accord with Commissioner I are still glued to>> first place

Boyd. Miami ROW has a population of approximately : with The a Cardinals lead of five are games second with Princess Bonet, shapely headline dancer featured af

900.000 and t&MtlRUH to grow. \\'e certainly can see no the Braves and the Dodgers tied I the Clover Club on the Boulevard as a "Eurasian' beautysure
good reason fur |leasing any public owned land to private for third seven' games back San I looks like a girl I've seen somewhere and not in

inter*!*. hind.Francisco What U a n-w slump.In 13. games be Eurasia either Dr. Ben Atkinson's father, also a dentist

the American League New is visiting from Griffin, Ga. That round table
York Is 1H games ahead of Baltimore discussion party at Judge Henderson's home a couple of

WILL BRYANT SUPPORT THE TICKET? 2H and with Cleveland Chicago 8HPennant trailing. by weeks back was something else. Topics for discussionwere

winners this year "Why I Am A Bachelor" and "The Advantages of
Gov rROr.t'Jt'ct Farris Bryant has not as yet made up could be New York Yanks and Being Married" Those 12 additional classrooms being -
hw mind about supporting the Democratic National ticket. I he Pirates.
added to Orchard Villa School being rushed
on are
On \\ ) he told of his supporters that he will
WtMJnemiay some --- ------
for readiness next month Marian Davie is recuperating -
meet with Governor Ross Barnett of Mississippi and Jimmy
in Jackson Hospital after Little Richard
surgery
Davi of Louisiana who are leading a move to withhold j
packed 'em in and had be during
to turned
IIQ many away
the electoral votes of Southern states and throw the .
his at the Bible Crusade the Longshoremen
at
. : also .J. appearances
election ino the House of Representative lie will Hall.

meet with the nominees for president and vice president ucmCUS SEAI
Senators John F. Kennedy and Lyndon Johnson before

deciding whether or not he will support the ticket. Theilwteion ...............,reed Apologies football
to Percy Oliver North Dade
...........yl ,
of the Governor-elect will have some Influenceat *ti.o..hs. 's'b'a' ., coach, for giving all the credit to Bob Downes of the I'M
the pulls November.. ......erg........., for those Big Ten scholarships for Mays High athletes.

.*f.J.r a.al.tlr a1r 1.IlareNsrLlI.h.. Leroy Page and Robert Young. Percy is an IllinI grad and

.:lbIf.1..Is.ll starred as a lineman for the Illlni a few years back.
THE CONGRESS *,.....dr.. Helen in Richmond. Va. And If you think Negroes
_w,II"'s1 Higgs is Doris James who teaches along with
The UnHtxl States' Congress had IU work set for it school
when It recomened. President Eisenhower made several flVITAU / SUttHOWUWMteMSA Helen in Richmond, Va. And if you thing Negroes

rottmiRfemtlatiett including a Civil Rights Bill. This measure f I ,s,.....II.....IrTVJ... ( 4) ar"n't using the 'white' beaches in Miami a local church
wan introduced i by Senator Everett Dirkson of Illinois .NA.DE.D. C..JdSc has scheduled its annual picnic for Cranct'on Park this

Bepublu-an leader in the Senate. It did not get very .......i........",,Js WOtrotMtwl1ss.eeeA month And if you like to swim In the ocean insteadof
the bay go over to Baker's Haulover Beach. Th.waters .
far. The Demotrat claimed the Republicans were playing I M5
politics, that it would take many weeks to enact the tarn setae Mars twiaoetCRQUAR1Um- friendly.J fine and the folk treated me and my kids reap

legislation the i'r-uUm proposed.

Prm4ient enho\ver i said that sounds a little silly;
r he thought& it mure important for Congress to stay on the LOW KKxaoAoum CAUMWAT Several faculty members for the new Dade Junior

I job and paw legislation than to go home and campaign. 0-04 College are In to nxPartment hunting. Understand sex
eral came from FA invited -
. Bert Noble of WFEC has
...
i.; There can be little doubt that both Republicans and .esa a small community group to meet Wednesday nightto

Democrats would like to get away from Congress as talk over the critical unemployment situation here

I, quickly all powible in order to campaign. Many, many people out of work The Mi Bowling At-

leys are cr wdedthe'e nights: mostly by the vacationing
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Gas Ban Tennessee Voters LiftedNew

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, I960BZH" on

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sale of gasoline and oil to registered -

Between The Lines. County Negro Tenn.. has voters been in lifted.Fayette Lawn Party Why be Out of Style?


HANCOCK for ANP For TeenagersMonday Let us convert your double-
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breasted suit to a single breasted
was made here by Roy
afternoon Mrs A. )I.
narrow lapel. $18
Wilkins executive secretary of Coleman entertained in honor up.
Our Two Great Polit Conventions the National Association for the :f her teen-age cousin Catherine Your Smiling Tailors. 937 NW
3rd Ave
Advancement of Colored People Williams of Jacksonville, with a Reuben Hepburn Prop.
The Republican National C n- followed NAACP negotiations lawn party. Catherine is the indf
vention Is history With Nixon with representatives of the oil h"use guest of her aunt Mrs.
and Lodre selected to carry the industry. Emma Streetin

Kennedy Republican and standard Johnson were even Selected as John McFarren, a leader of theregistrati Those in attendance were De- Electrical RepairsStoves
the Democratic n drive in the county lores and Renee Ilayes, Winona
t carry
and owner of a grocery store Reddick. Ann Cooper, Patricia
standards, the country is all set .
and service station in
Somerville Russell VernelU and Ludia
for one of the greatest political reported to the NAACP Small Appliances
natl nil .
campaigns in history, and upon Wright of Winston Salem. N. C.
office that he had received 12,- Delores Lavender Diane Reed, Outdoor
uld hinge Lighting
the outcome c easily .
000 gallons of
gasoline and hid 1.lUt.. Rivers Carolyn Rivers.
the crave matter of peace or war.
been assured of a shfcnent: of oil. Delores Rivers Estells Bell. Hi-Fi and Stereophonic

From the standpoint of decorum Because of the economic Speakers Installed
Hot dogs punch, ice and
cream
designed to Ne-
the Republican convention squeeze, keep cookies
were served. Those as- GEORGE
was far superior and was kept incomplete groes from registering McFerren sifting Mrs. Coleman INGRAHAMFR
Mrs.
control by its general bed n t been able to purchase Lucille Reed Mrs. Myrtle were Evans 31051DRIVER'S
gasoline and oil for his station
chairman On the other hand and Mrs. Emma
Sweeting.
the Democratic convent!:n was be made in the District cf Co.lumtsia. from local distributors of any "f
too often out of band and resolved the ma)"r oil companies since he
itself into a mb with dangerous took ever the business last spring. _

potentialities.The President enhower issued
orders that there would be Not only McFerren but Negro
no
The convention was farmers and other colored con LICENSE I!
test case in the District of Columbia ,
largely influenced by the dissident but integration Itself. There turners who had registered acre
southern blacklisted and denied
delegates who represented gas and
was no test case.
the Old South's way of oil at local sevice stations. BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING
thinking and who attempted to There was Integration and in In an effort tend this economic ONE
throw things off the track, unless spite f the adverse attitude of freeze Mr WIQrtns on
the civil rights plank was planed the great segment of the South- July 6, sent a memorandum to O'BERRY'S
down until it was the meaning. era press integration is workingin all NAACP units asking them to
less Instrument they wanted It to the District of Columbia and refrain from purchasing gasolineand MAGIC CITY
be. elsewhere throughout the nation oil from the offending companies DRIVING SCHOOL
Happily the convention fav red lie listed Texaco. Gulf, 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
a moderately strong civil And what Is mere there has Faso Amoco, Delta and two reg
lights plank and got It While been only a minimum of the so* ions! concerns Lion Gas and OX 1.5283
Negroes generally should give called violence that was so freely Southern Oil Refining Co.
attention to aU cf the platform predicted and that was cultivated .
their chief concern Is with the by doe. Faubus himself Negotiations with representatives -- -
matter of civil rights. Negroes of and had he himself been cooper of the oil Industry in July
this country are under the pressure alive, Uttle Rock wculd never led to the termination of this RUPTURE
of segregation and Its civil have been disgraced in the eyes phase of the economic squeeze.Mr. PILES PROSTATE
concomitants and of the world. Williams has sent a second
as such must a) Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
look for deliverarsce.Foreign memorandum to NAACP units .
No sane and sincere
student of
Effective painless' ,
race relations would i informing them of the new development non.surgical offke treatments at low eeet-
absolve the
relations concern' Negroes and them toss
advising no time
or income. Avoid
Republican surgery and '
Party of all blame "plt''a''o'W"'y
even u they concern all
that "the July 6 menvrandum is
other American citizens but the f'r the current tensions in race withdrawn, We trust that there wear trutsf Why suffer, delay, and get worse?

Negro is faced with an addition. relations Republicans) In this country; but the will not be a recurrence' of the > CONSULTATION FREE
al trouble of race relations The hare made a contri *
Fayette action Special
County anywhereIn
button to the easing of these medication, treatments, diets f.r .
time' may come when Negroescan ten the country arthritis, neuritis, ul
only stone in ways the Democrats can ten blood pressure, drug anemia
see national Issues and loot vigor" chronic dlooo
International! relationswith no not match. McFerren reported to the of men and women.
particular NAACP that wh lesale food and
for
concern race relations The Republican ticket
but that tim* is not now. Richard Nlaxti" and Its Cab with its soft drink dealers still refuse to DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General' Health r."ce
o t
Negroes want a man for President Lodge II far more impressive make deliveries of their products 1S4S S.W. 1st SL, FR S.274I o REDUCINGBARKIEY'S
wh> not only can handle than the Democratic ticket with to Negro merchants In the county
effectively national and intera. its Kennedy and Johnson. The The nly soft drink availableto ---- -
tkmal matters, but they want a chances of Eastland and Byrd them he said is 7-Up.

President who can ease the pressures and Talmadge putting a ring in
which come upon Negroes the nose of our President are re
because they are Negroes. The in:4e with Nixon In the White Men and Women CUT-RATE STORE
nation wide conspiracy t> doom House.

ship Negroej cannot to second be shrugged rate off.citizen Then too this country must not Train for Civil The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

Blovrever comfortable the succumb is the rime to the requisite notion to that accession:wealth Service Positions 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
I
Democrats with their platform t office Harrhmn the mWlon-

make Negroes feel with their sire becomes the governor of GRAMMAR SCHOOL The finest products at Cut Rate PricesPosner's
references to civil rights the fact New York and then comes EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT
remains that the nation's chief Rockefeller with his millions to Bergsmsmont Vavlno Vanishing Cream

Negrophobes hang like mlHsfnes the vernership! of the Empire> SEND NAME ADDRESS Hair Dressing ......_... .(& (en sale) ....................... .15
about the net* of the Democratic State. PHONE NUMBERP. Longald Hair Dressing .... 1.00
Party The Party's political platitudes Swampre ........ 7ft '.U Griffin, Liquid| | Wax
cannot obliterate this ugly Now comes Kennedy with mil O. Box 506 Father .. (.(| Mt, ) ..._......_....._... 1g
fact lions seeking the of John -- ,7ft '.31
evelasung credit it must presidency ORLANDO FLA. Cardu| .................................. |.:I Madam Walker Ointment .10
To Its the nation. lie too has his mil A10
be said the Republican C oven- lions. It is not a healthy sign. Earrings ......._.......... 10 to .7t S. S. Tonic ..... ...... MS US
tion did Dot seek to win over the OPEN
DAILY 4 SUNDAY S A.M.
to 10 P.M.
dUsautfl southern Democrats
by offering a weak civil rights I JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
plank. Kennedy has actually
been flirting with the Southern
Democrats and If Nlxti has It Central life Insurance Co.
still has not been proved.

The record of the Eisenhower IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR For Results in One Visit-See

administration is an impressive CONSIDERATION THEIR MADAM MARS
one. and even token Integration
is a beginning which must for SPIRITUAL MEDIUM

ever redound to its credit New Family Group PlanFather AND PUBLIC ADVISORTHE
When the Supreme Court rendered
its memorable decision on MOST CONSULTED READERIN
Mother Children-All Under
One Premium
the matter d the integration of SOUTH FLORIDA-WARNS OF
the races in the schools of the I I New-born Automatically Insured at Birth TROUBLE IN ADVANCE
Und there arose In Washington AT NO INCREASE
IN
;; PREMIUM
a cry from the old line Southerners Ns matter what your HOPE. FEAR or TROUBLE be she

that a nest ...." should Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount can and will help, you. She gives true and never falling may advice

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Annan. "
19-year-old IiM
Ghana of
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make-up, at a London England modelling other attributes of a successful model

school, all! her friend Janet Snowden On her return to Ghana Star Annan will 1

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A GORDONS GIN
H1mJon.a For the first - demand
'T* .n 21 years the American
T.-nn", Institute hosts the
lived
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beginning Aug IS. .
N'rx* month' tourney will) mark H Too fctv. a taste for r
the 43rd annual) playing f the .. Ala* tlwtn uk for "

ATA national championship, IF iris National OIrcI a'I.rMuk'LoodoD Dry Gin. t '
f- Curing men's Award
and. women uddry... air arMe
K rig c* ana oouDie*. mixed
dvubf't.net:: ti Kid oaQcata flavor...
senior tint!** and l
d/ub-e Also intern MediatertaT4 J tin of McDonald the American Chapter Daughters clpal and the tea.* r* go the cu cojoy It ITRAJOirn
>unship> single matches are Revolution highest praise and credit for this
c'.i'cd with. the final to be play- has chosen for its top project 111\
Junior great accomplishment John MacDonald -
American Citizens
work.
r'l
17 Champions m.d-week. from Wednesday.fix Intercol-Au< Tw,) of the outstanding schools in Chapter (&a very proud and tIorr>t w.0101.(GORDON

leg air conference will meet < n which the chapter sponsors JAC very thankful that Dunche Park

the tournament courts. mentary activities: are and Bunche James Park Weldon El*, Omentary Soho I 1" its very ... ( a 1111 tarsi,.....__.her c. ,) ..3 U10tt II
Bertram L. own.
Baker ATA execu Johns n.
tive secretary' indicated' that ex* .
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In
h.bj one category of a nation .a y
: : n matcher by some of theccuntv't '" .1
leading tennis profrt wide JAC contest there were only

na'a' will hifhllcfet the racket three United' State winners In the whole For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
and
fo rni-lmal dl,'* grogram Bunche Park
Aug 19 These players will be Elementary was one of these
r:.tne d next .",k. three. Its*entry, which received

Baker Mid also that he this national recognition was a BONDED COLLECTION
hopes '
tape tee rd1n ''';'t'dom.S.wks'.
be able to
announce detail which
Baas made during a morn
next week uf
a tenm clinic ing
assembly, without
knowledge
n ri the ATA will offer f r thegcnl'rdJ to the children and
in which
public during the tournam many b ys and girls in the variou ,
I
c r.fiut-xed nt" week by 1bia one clinic of Aeneriea's3(1Mg will be grade participated' a< panted' by a brochure AGENCY Inc.
tenni of the (;
coaches, he said. school JAC activities r
;
and will fee sponsored by the ,
W n Sporting Good cumpanjrf There were. M60 students in
C.'":icago". the school, and each one was a

The ATA to. made up of about member f a JAC club in which
I:!:> -m-mber aaaortati a ad club principle of good American citlzemMp -
:cm matt f the state the are learned' and are
in
f:3"l"m third of the nation Then practiced' in the school and in the The largest collection and rental
cnnvnunity' There is Do
expense
;: nal! chumpoaah4* are open
.... whatsoever to the schools and to
i' ors bel ngiag to these agency in the South operating in
the children ;
all materials
; are
c. jt- <.Y U, the U S Lawn Ten-
\- Cation contributed' by the aponoring
Entry blanks
-
chapter. Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
may be obtained either
t T .)c,,1! teams club 'r from With
P ..-njv n t..lt".... must. be aubJ large fetorium.standing room Mrs rvly Sylvia in the S. Housing areas
n: < by August .. Lambert principal ci Dunche

Park Eh-nwnury. presided during -
KRESS CHAIN this Mvond annual Color Day L. L, BROOKS. PrtltfntMANAGING
axembly reidenU: of the JAC
REPORTSBUSINESS dub, from lowest grade to the
Mrbe st. told of the wide area AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
LOSS of JAC actrvfUe' thruout the !
chool) year. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

\TW YORK The Import. of Mrs George Cartel man EUH. I BROWARD COUNTIES
'-- or-Tcrn:: rudent it-ta dem state recent of the Florida Society. .
or-rr ns and the NAACP- DAR praised the fme JAC
fpons red withholding! of patroncge work done and presented to. the !
cnmpaim has been acknowl- aohool the framed' citation marked fiD1J&
clgfd" by the direct' r of Kre "Highest CommrndjUon"
and C one of the national Yar it* JAC pro am. '44-- .*b {
: *" chain afint whose dl-
Miss Julia St John JAC chairman J
cr'.m;natory lunch counter" poltc.rs r f John MacDonald Chapter AGENCY, INC
: the campaign" were launch presented a cash award. ;:
ftieo f-
edThe The beneficial results of JAC .
director on Au,. 3, voted' clubs depend, very lagrey.! on the .
tom.1 payment of any dividend! faculty of the school to the prin- It CONVINIINT LOCATION
for 'he third quarter ending

tV Sc-v> c 30:ted-In a explaining 59 percent the decline vote. C N.W. 71rtf IT. -.,..._ PL ..,m 101t N.W. Ith ST.Ft. r

o ca n receipt and a drop ine1"D.r.p BARGAIN 1441 GRAND AVE. __ HI 41447NI Laudcrtfal, ......._ JA 4.SUI
: Durtog the first half oft
".e year tale went dcr-n nearly LADIESSHOES e 4240 N.W. mil AVE. I..... ISt HAW WONDVILLt RO.

$4,000.000. P.mpae. .. ...._._._ WE ,..n.
h announcing the financial 1111 N.W. Ifntf It. OK 14421

s':3 of the c mpany, the di- 1440 N.W. 22itf AVE.
f't"C"" 'rn; acknowledfed& that to.p""uam a 11.8 HOMESTEAD AVI Oft. Lacks MU t-04t7
of progresiivelj lnt- CANCELLATIONSAND
g-a,.ng the coeyUtDYi lunch- /*rH$". CI 53541 1100 N.W. sod CT. ...__... FR 4.H1
c unter fac Utie* In southern SECONDS
ateM was a factor In the los MAIN OFFICE
of bu.In.**.
Previouly, the company had 561 N.W. 29th St. 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416
cut ti dividend rate from SO to
25 cents I
M wv .t





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LEONARD DAVIS a former ),n- Mr. and Mrs. Joe Glover (Mabel
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA amlan and Mr. and Mrt. STRAW- Dorsett) celebrated the occasion

BRIDGE of St Louis Mo. with a quiet family party. Mr. FOR SALECOMPLETELY

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1960 I airs Stra.brid,e (Ella) is an associate Glover presented his wife a Ham-
regional director of the m nd organ as a gift May SET UP

,- .' -- --- Mid-western Region of Zeta Phi happiness be yours always. Mr. FRIED FISH & POULTRY
Beta S.ronty. MM. Eugenia I and Mrs. Leo Albert, Aug. 7; Mr.
h..f4. _-, 'g,:
her and her husband, after Mr. and Mrs. James Cash. Aug Established"
THIS and which they, along with other 11; Mr. and Mrs. Willie Fryson, to make fine llvlno.
Zeta. made a tour of the city and Aug. 12; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel E. aa successful business for past S

adjacent surroundings The Stephens, Aug. 13. years.
CALEB CROSBYS had a gay
THAT time in old Nassau They returned BIRTHS. A IOn was born on CALL JE 17587FOR
23 to Mr. and Mrs. James
t the city one day too son on July
Thursday because they massed W. Anders. The child has been -. .
=<#
F x HuJ Day, one of the festive I named Wynt-n Kyle Anders. -

By RUTH N. POLITELTTUE days of the year Mrs. SARA I The househ Id of the Jasper
.. TRAPP HARRIS former schoolteacher Harriett who live in Opa Locks w>LI.rr.cr
....
ua.---------- ,.A.-
I have been blessed by the birthof
--------
- -
.y---------------- i of this city and her two
"' THINGS are theM many faceted program w.th many oung sons, spent a short stay I a son Jasper Jr. RENT

- >' rt to hear; little charities new inn orations to be presented. I' with her uncle and aunt Mr. and GREETINGS to
BIRTHDAY
and l longest on Memorializing one of its illustrimu 1.bedroom apartments
' '- f rthest. stay I I Mrs. Tommy Trapp. Can you Mrs. Mary Granter who IS 87
' little !'aks are the stiliK'e honorary menvbers Mary what doll really
i a ng; imagine a human this month Willie Nicholson,
heart are the fullest Church Terrell, a play "To Folio lo Jcs like? You'U not have to David 11 Johnnie $14 weekly
10; Ivcy, ;
id itl)* farm are the best tHl.1 A The Phoenix" written by go very far to see one, because 12 Mrs. Gibson
O'Neal. Ruby
. '. read the most Branch, will be present ; 2-bedroom apartments
L t f' bo k<: art William Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Octavia 14.

..,d tt.e: once the dearest loved. ed. The play based v.n an Egyptian Ivy (Billy Thompson) are the IN MEMORIAM: Hu o V. Gold-
\nd 'rhe* ya'ure: would make legend of the Phoenix a proud parents: cf 5 months old beck Aug. 13. $16 weekly
,
anal fif e! pocall rare and rare bird which appears only Tanya Yvette who looks like a
Ix, .>'i O fhi makes it little; "once in a blue moon" to point doll Former Mianuan. the ----- Adults Only

.0'r pearls, little dlam nd, the way to righteousness and humn Rev Joseph N. Patterson will be

.:'e lews Afar's II. model understanding. Of such was the guest Beaker at the m ruing NURSERYSelling for information
P rv' : but then !St ss a little on*; the life of Mary Church Terrell services of the Church of The Out

, nd If" barde-n of the petition is who ?o..s foremost in the fight in Open Door Sunday Aug. 21. You
' r I t ':"te: The !Sermon on the our nation's capital to desegregate cannot afford to mss this service.: Plants of all kindA. Call OX 1-6341

Mo'a little but the ltd restaurants and other facilit Rev. Patters n is the pastor of Kelly Evenings NA 1.6953
dk ':"n disc:! erne was an hour :es supp steel by the public.At Wentx' :Memorial
' Lft'; i made of littlesPiv Congregational OX 1-0547
>ne up the presentation of the
.... made up of little beams two newly established Church WinstonSalem N. C. In 1475 N.W. 67th St.
play addition to this he teaches at
;,.nd night is ,;orious with little awards will. be presented. To the Winston-Salem Teachers' College.Dr .
,
- an lad who initiated the current and Mrs. W. A. Patters.n Sr. ,
Pttraalter is the season par ex wave of ait-Ins. JOSPII ALFRED and Dr. Patterson Jr. are proudto
orlkfjee for acqtta:ntittf ourselves MeNI3L of Wilmington N. C. :
have their
relative home .
LE BELLE'S MESSAGE WILL HELP YOU!
* ith! tw wnderftol. world of will go the "Delta Y ith Award Welcome COL. and MRS.

i I.tile ...... DELTA SCHOLARSHIP TRO CLAUDE CLARK (Ella). We extend GIFTED SPIRITUALIST, PALMIST-PSYCHIC READERLeBeIIe
PHY will be prrsentei to Delta i a hearty welcome
also to
n t SOtTHEItX JtJlJOfO'lALrot' :
Vu Chapter Savannah State Col- your 8C."t'OfftplitMd
01. REPORTS. In 1944 a (.... for academic excellence' Dr. tee RUTJlIE pianist Mrs. LEROY dsugh-
,r"u >f we:: and 'Negro South-
Sble sayS this trophy was es- ARCHER (Grace) is the houseguest
nt' met and derided to workvio'rnQ. individual
uMishedto motivate each
of the '
George Tinkers far
I Ih .
for "equal 0-: member' of the grip to
t, "' for a'J:: the South' the highest achievement possible a short time. Mrs. Archer is her*

,r TVy decided to call with, the resultant promise of rom Beau-Links Nassau and is a member of THE LUCKY LADYIf
of that
Her
lt The Southern city.
Retf
nand -
individual aelf-fulfiU-
maximum
C: *avo used evervmeptM mother Mrs. Mabel Henry and you .are overconv* with trouble .and conditionsthat
ment in the public iatercst"Dr Mrs. Archer's daughter Sharronand are not natural she can. remove them: overtome -
"C to brine about
"j+ Mon-hip* and better Noble further stated that niece Vaarie! Barrett are the Spells, Bad Luck and Evil Influences. She
.. i *V)ns all fr sib.q there will be a Charter Award house guests of Mr. and Mrs.Stanley "' reunites+ the separated and causes you to pain' the
oa next )car to be presented toM one you lovj." Are you sick or In trouble? Is some
:.' the Citunr! stir- chapter who has achieved muchn Nixon who live at 1610 4 1' relatives In trouble I Is your business or work bad

'"IHTl on *t-in de"r the public interest and on the NW 51th terrace Mrs. Archer and Are you troubled with l teat nature Why not eon
hteh begin Ut Feb. of Mrs. Henry live in the fabulous
boars f both kind and degree suit this' 'lAth that was born to help you through the Spirit?
(tow ..C. The Vmt service rendered' and on the significance Chtppingbam sector of Nassau.
t in mot.on selective( of the community need When they return Little Cynthia Visit Le Bel,",-let her emplaln, your dream advise you to make

smatterings of vlo.I' fulfilledDHLTAS." Lloma Gibson, the Tinker's foster i the hit yen have long wanted! She will give' you the true message >
..ht"'eaye: contribug in the local area daughter will accompany' that is lotted to you. bringing LUCK. HAPPINESS and

,.-:Southernt! I lu ,?hin should be in the running for the them. She will return In time far i isch SUCCESS and t.M you how to follow them Lo Belle gives re*

tn Ei ettMc.T award because of their ol in Sept When Earlynn suit in just one visit! Satisfaction guaranteed.
\". '.1ft.-.... '.. High Point oHanter varied worthwhile andconstructive and Clifford (Buster) Edwards I Iatitped
c ; and Winston-Satan: men .nd services to youth << off the train tn ML Vernon 'I CAUSE YOU TO BE LUCKY:-MAKE AND HANDLE MONEY

" C' : nkfort X,.: Knoxvilfcrt !. at large. heat N Y they were met and I YOUR LUCKY DAYS YOUR LUCKY NUMBERSPrke
.i,t :::f, TVnn ; AuMin Cor- and the community( direction. welcomed by Mr. and Mrs. Men Within Reach of All No Ono In Trouble Turned Away

{It s rs'i: Dallas.: Galveston! wishes in this dory Procter, friends of longstanding Readings for White and Colored-Closed Wednesday
'
Yv ndi a An'oni Texas; AexAr'jittnn IIAWARDITES. Saturday night of the parents. Mr. and DON'T MISTAKE ADDRESS

1 x untv.: rail Cfcnreh.Countv, Fair- Aug 6. at the home of Mr andMrs Mrs. Earl Edwards. The children 341 N.W. 20th Street
Fred
JOILN'SON left the
Silver
, p d CJIARLES F. n Star lat Sunday
,
! "f'u'h\ and .HI:..
....... MIAMI FLORIDA
The
ate secretary ef f Ku.
VaS Ad MIAMI -- "' a novel eatle4> party the
ft.OIUDA. organiaat. n tl composed of Howard tow Rinkeydinkc, ardent YWCA Buses 2l24J7 within 2 blocks-Bus No. 23 stops at door
O w cities cuts.4e of the University stodeT t.. worker and teacher at Bethune I No Mail AnsweredHours

tfMl w*ch have dew rr" ?gatednet pre.en! atb.. pary were' Mr Elem. was royally!! welcomed and I : Dally and Sunday 7 a.m. to S p.m.-Closed Wednesday
: I
ow: cotmtett are Xenia aMIn THeodore G Co p!r *rernes showa many' courtesies while the Licensed by City. State County
Ohi! Vegas. Net ; nV'im! I
wa !In TuseaJoaa
"
Jr. Ahrta E- Ala. She alai
.
: 1. "s C tv Kan. and Ok- Ra Kne(4i vleaed at St I l -.." .p.ti'r ..- .. __ -
.
a..: f rd Henrjaa. W Deesett. Attgttst.ne's, College I ,-' --- - .e
,1< 011.I.A Ln Ana Ja ....... Fr ftk- i A .. lab. K.C..s.d toured' F",rda -
:n the reports' tae -' -- ---
Ssaaas reesathy rt- Pd.&g laet weekend Ft.
"' :.a F w r ja
< 1a .1' 1' '' left *
trta>1ad II M lraso 1IOTCtne NfI1- fy? TJ 'ftc r'aaamates! before
.. .
tl n n.- C..... r aide aN with retemtng home th:s week Dr
-r e.eap
(1C 1 1 ''-'n' taie. then honor ",f D.ragraaaiud M.atar' and )In. Hyron Co'eman: sill be- LADIES WHY COOK ?
'ff ire fe'e'
C""AIW
9arrksaR. aM Ofcaries. T.lohrroc I, ne rea dons f our city and
de In
"e the
report: we ae proud to S
Jr. have them MMCo

(,; 'w effeethre leadersnt, Guests OIl.. rreftJME .....,e I I. .man s the former VIVa 1

.,"u" '1 "' ntmun'tie en e'tnvdisrrmination Misses Kur.a J enrrn ages -esaasn the sister ol :Mrs An- In 6 Minutes Cooked to Your Order ::

speedJt Cha.rns" .ae Stance Vaasfa.. wMaMas gerrvra masehal The C lemons
.. \, 1 long pert. des a+* Utimerchants .a HasMpt/Mi lavtttute MiMekinney .... hove a .1:grtful! !:tte! daughterjaaned BROASTED NECKS :
'j u"tf"t"f1 1t) aM seluw. .kIwy11 Jl JOftMO&. P.csra J. who is. for her metber.f "
I 4 ---. and tae kAt" ywe ..... to VIVI April AND GIZZARDS
49' :
Altany have .**.**.. Lave 9. two of Miasn.'s; finest young
Beawn and Norman rem -
.t reef: tit the at* to been .nted FAMU During the gad mot were inducted into Omen I PLATTER
keSs and ptoavnt. fe. H* stieeeetMy v of the evening the strains Psi Ph( fraternity at H ward U. LL'
imes
,: hu reported lass of of the alsna mater were heard They were Samuel R. Stewart HI I :
'uMII&
<..,,-r'.nr!: fl'Ofnbe throats of the and Herman W Dorsett. Samuel
There h **.. been ro i incidents H AYrdites. Just before midnight led the line What a thrilling experience BROASTED WINGS "
r disorder These cities provide the broke with I I to be tndnrted into the 59'
party up
'naNw ve evidence that the the see nd stanza "Be thou I I Alpha+ Chapter. Waieame to PLATTER ::
h'arty inh'Wtinof! lunefc ee a4erelfewhere and leading I GrHokckm.I .
stt'l! our guide stay
r+-tc-.ft't'flIt are 1 us from day to day; Make us true I. I', :: (All orders include french fries, french bread L
ihi! I
lardy ,
ory.Bn and real and strong Ever bold HEARTFELT Sympathy is extended and cole slaw)
.eura ed by the Mtecess of to battle wrong 0 Howard to the fottwoing u-h have
their eTT.S tams f.r,* the counr I' 10\11 sing of thee." lost their beloved ones: Leo A1bert I IX
] aasirlrdNegro" Southerners
I in the death of his mother t
csn be' ew entered to in-'etse theirrraasutte Surely the apt rit! cf two deHouardHes Mrs Agnes Albert Key West

....and. aaoral pressures far i eeaHd were hover- Mrs Evergreen Mcrpney in the
t'CI- ee ntpa by bus.**** wd iris over the fun-loving enthus death of her aan. Mrs. Rosa' E: X

government.MAc balk group I refer to Drs. Shepp. Ft. Lauderdale! Mrs,
the Southern hrinMl noben (Bob) Ford and T. L.L I Laura Pullens Robinson in the
Cowawfl has said many times t... 'MTte Sr. They were lnplra- death of her husband, Timothy

fort the sire-vet of goodwill and fiona! -spots" in the lives of Rob. 1OI1. Wet Hollywood .
fair-antndedness. p rants WhiterioanWntrt i many youngsters in Miami. Mrs Lillie P Dorcett in the death
has s!mntt always of her father "Daddy" Isaac X

been underwt'rraTd. by our 1 Pa:>M.E. Home to say hello Hollia. New York City. ..

leadaesh.p Su ton hive been the and goodby t. her mother and Sammv Stewart died Friday at ..

go 4 sense and en1 manners of j I other members of her family his home, 473 lSth *t. NYC He

"fugriat risking equal rigbu.Tke I was Miss Ann Low-rie. the beautiful was 70 years old A great mus'-
rieccssfu) experience! of and brilliant daughter of clan and crehestra leader of the ,

these SoHtiMrn einW has, once the Dr. T. L. LowrIe. Mrs. Low- *30's, one of the first Negroes to '

fttOH' plvta proof el tiese It Ee- 1 ne and daughter made a beautiful be admitted to the Amer:can ..' ,

tad fa....ws. Wise enhw will mother-daughter picture as Guild of Pipe Organists, among -
not ..ore M.w they were seen wiring around the first to intr-duce symphrn.cazz 4
:He peel aide of Dr. and Mrs. campesUiona a U Paul X S

aa.TA fTOMA THKTA SO.WTY Samuel Johnson. Miss Lowrie WhHeman and choral singing by X

w"! noes tie 5td1 Sa.ti" his accepted! a teaching assignment members of his groups paved the

"+agl C evf'tltoa: in the ".,itt4,. in the Orient for a year amore way for many of the innovations:: : 1346 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 4-1185 fi
city .f Ck:easjo on )1__,.. AugIS Others who were enJoying we hear today.WEDDING :
Dr. Jeanne I.. XUe, nattenal the beautiful home of the I :
president. BM announced a I Johnsons were out-of-Unraers ANNIVERSARIES,



YM CAMP MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
j I
SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1960 PAGE 9
BENEFIT SUN.Nathaniel i
C I

T 'Voodoo Didn't place at 416H NW 14th terrace.
April 8, and found the stuff
Work; Revenuers while the dolls were burning.
"How did you get here?" they
Find Shine Mid he asked "I have been
kcnptag these dolls burning and
i Tommy Lee Smith had bought they's supposed to keep you
$50 worth tf black waxen dolls way"
with wicks protruding from their On his promise to Crimp
heads at $5 a piece to keep of* moonshine last Friday
fleers from rsldinf his moonshine. Judge George E Shuitz placed
But the things Just didn't work. Smith under one year probation.
FREE hint mil HI MOM it's almost time for
1 New bobs or gWli blcycla your children to fo back 1 tscho < State Beverage DcpU agents- ATLANTA
tree with every new 11-taeaTV 1. Don't forget their hairdo made a surprise raid on Smith's
told before Aagoit .. Can HI and yours too. For appoint STUDENTS VISIT
--- -
4-92M. meet call OX 11062.
Using; the theme. Dance a Boy WHITE
REPAIRS AND FOR RENT to Camp" Ed Cook "ButterbalV CHURCHESEyebrows
MINOR ALTERATIONSNo T J. Johns n and Fred' Hanna
BEDROOM completely furnished -
Job too Small *M spearhead the biggest' platter
Call Felix Taylor apt, all utilities paid. SIT party and dance in ton. but not hell were
1887 N.W. t3rd Street .week no children, 2272 NY58th Blanche: Calloway will serve as raised as "kneel-In" demonstra-
A2 U NE 43759.2BEDROOM mistress of ceremony.The tl ns were slaked at six White

furnished b3USe I, modem camp, located ISO Atlanta churches on Sunday.
Charts GirdlesMrs. m.les away from )Miami a IT rds ,
near Grand way and buses RestonabVe. 'v This is a new phase of the sit-
r I boys the opptrunity of swim, row
McPhee agent 1270 NW 55th St. in demonstrations protesting segregation
a b at and use canoes. Young.
1249 N.W. 70th St. --!! I stern also become skilled in using of said the JaDe student Stembrldgetsecretary nonviolent -
'
Phone PL 48034WANTED FOR SALE the bow and arrow and .22 caliber coordinating committee. It
DUPLEX. Unfurnished. Lowdown Grant and his! Ca!1P.0 rifle Other activity consist would be undertaken' south wide
payment 1720 NW 50th St Band. Bobby Kendricks and of arts and crafts camp fires, in future week'
NE 4-1238. Owner. his Combo and many other topnotch athletics, hiking etc.

PENSIONER woman to run 8- entertainers from Miami The leadership' of the camp Is Churches visited by the students -
room house live In. FR 48890. POOL ROOM. Four tables business and Miami Beach will appear at counselors were: First Presbyterian
under competent
<'r equipment' $800 cash the See nd Annual Carver YM for 10 boys. Registration St. Mark's Methodist Grace
EXPERIENCED Waitress wants 751 NW 62nd st Camp Benefit Monday night one for every is still open. For Methodist the Episcopal Cathedral
August 15 at 8 p.m. at the Northwestern camp Of St. Phillips First Dtp-
wrrk on weekend evenings' 4 to addiu nal information call or
12. Jane, 1633 NW 66th it. FOR SALE: 3.be'dmo r>, 2-bt thigh School gym. A donation visit the Carver Branch YMCA, Ust and the Druid Hills Baptist
home. Large rooms. One bedrron j I of $1.00 admits you to this 5770 NW 13th ave, OX 60231. Church.
and bath with private entrance- gala affair.
FOR RENT good income rental unit Adjoining -- --- ---- ___..: E:2: _-E3!
-
ROOMS for ties BMtt fanlihed *- Urge vacant corner" kt 1 Is. -
rooms eQ Smith Room- also available from same owner,
inc House, m i-4WI a c OX Ideal location in 1115 NW 74USt CMub
I-SJ4J. 1000H NW Sad ..v*.tadf Ph oe Shown YL 4-4370 by appointmest only A2 King )f 3fcartfi!


FURNISHED or unfurnished 1- of the nicest outboard cab 6000 N. W. 7th Avenue
bedroom apt Large living room, in cruisers m South Fla. Will
dinette, AU modern. Nice, lance trade for Volkswagen or Kumar -
yard. Adults or with I baby. 729 Ghla, 2810 SW 106th ave. 12-13-14
mv Mth Terr MU 10325. A20( FRI SAT SUN AUG.

I-nCDROO&C CBS bora. 4M LOTS for sale. Cheap dawn pay
NW 73rd rL CaU .,nFa merit only 120 per month: 0 n e
4-6728 Seen by appointment murtgate. SUPREME REALTY
only iadfMCELY FR 1-5641. A2< Big FLOOR SHOW

FURVTSITED three bed BUNQIE PARK. Beautiful 3.
r on house. Quiet surroundlngi' bedroom CAS tiled kitchen aiv
In Op Lock (Bunch Park bath completely remodelled.' Onl;,
area). Denlrious of dean nice $80 l per month. SUPREME REALTY The UNTOUCHABLE"PHIL
quiet familr For information FR 15641PARTIALLY A2
Nil NA 1-6654. indi
furnished efflckncy HARRISYour
LOOKING FOR A clean furnish. apartment 1966 N.W. 60th si.
ed' room with kitchen and bath Call NE 3-6203
not In private home. Call OX of Ceremonies
Master
1-4864. All DUPLEX unfurnished' leavta
own, must sell 1720 NW 50th ItNE
1-HF.DROOM! APTS. $14 weekly 41288. Owner. I
BEDROOM APTS |16 weekly PraterMIAMI'S
For (Information call OX 1-6341 NICE' LOT in Liberty City FI Sam Moore & Dave
earnings: NA 1-6953. 4-7111. I

PARTIALLY FURNISHED. Ef.ficiency -
GBNTLCMANmild y-u like a
1966 NW 60U NEWEST SINGING SENSATIONS
apartment
mom In a romfertable home reaseaafelc -
St Call NE 3-6203.
0. NE 5-5283 Brownsville

A13 FURNISHED apt. Adults only, f; -- : : ELOISE

MRS MePimC. Agent for the I 175 NW 69th StLiberty ..- 1
Cfcaris Glf PL 4-8634. Indi :*

FURNISHED one bedroom apt'' t FOREMAN

Resoaabte. OX 10870.ROOM ,.
R" Popular Recording Star
near bus lines. 1044 NW II
fifth *t. PL 11113. I '

XXWRLY furnished' house with 2 VANILLAWILLIAMS'
I
broke TTK F1a room plus ear- Area
fort. With beautiful! landscaping City
In the heart of EdvH Center It New 3-bedroom 2 bath, 1 __
it an ideal place for quiet androfortable CBS with built-in
liviac See it at 836 gorgeous
NW 66th street. Adults only oven and range. No closing<

Matt he experienced in taking costs.; Only $995 down and J Shake Dancer Supreme
ere of a g od home PL 8-0792 EZ terms.Coconut.

FURNISHED 8-room house 2IM _] u F tU't'
It'W 5th ave. (rear) FR 4-8390. Grove '
SAM MOORE AND DAVE PRATER ,
1-5
Open Sunday p.m. \
NICE ROOM! in prorate home InLsberty ,
Hibiscus
3140
City; For single or couple
with kitchen privileges Call $495 down $75 MonthLovely Esther SutherlandNEW r

jf I FR- 72959.--Harris.- 2-bedroom with large YORK'S LATEST SINGING FIND I \ t
Florida room on beautifullot.

Job Opportunities No closing costs and one Music by w. C. Baker's Band
Department ef Prem.tl..n aad mortgage payment. This b

Publicity Ltigu. ItS Orator NW Miami First ft Urban. H. a terrific- deal.Liberty *.'- Featuring Clara Jay Terrific Blues Singer

Allen Whutlty Jr.. veeatlenalrvlces Area
.. secretary. Phene FR City Admission 50c
1-i47S. 1495 Down $75 Month
Police Officer Beautiful 2-bedrooms on

Jail Police Steward Woman large corner lot, plus an For Reservations Call PL 8-2339 Jack Corbitt r

Assistant City Attorney extra cottage on rear of lot.
Clerk 1 (female) Only one mortgage pay "The Untouchable" Phil Harris present every

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TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. MARTIN MEMORIAL AME

A. Thompaoo, pastor Richmond Hrigtts
Sunday s drool3Mocmnj : 0 Wilma Harris,
worship ..r..... 110livening Rev. L. R. Brown reporter, paster

BTU I:3U Sunday School __._ 9.39
worship ..,".....,....,... 7:00 Morning worship ...."... ... ll.ft

The women of Temple>> met last ACE League 5:00
Wednesday and organized for Eveningrroralup ............ 7JO

their annual W.man's Day. Mrs. Service '
on Sunday
B. Hart was elected chairman: .and were
Mrs. deeply inspiring. Our pastor delivered -
A.
Newb.ld
co-chairman; both
Miss R. Thurston, treasurer ADd messages.

Miss E. Douglas secretary. With Mrs.. EiTIe; Brown brought a*
the cooperaUon nf their ntatna ---- --- frun the W 1Be '. 1.1k_
-_ and the general membenhip, sionary-Society of the South Fta.
KELLY'S
MIAMI TIMES CHAPELRev. they plan to do big things. Annual nference which met
I MIAMI, FLORIDA Leroy Dell pastor The senior their will celebrate Aug. 4 at Lake Wales. The next

PAGE 10 SATURDAY Church School IU Its 28th anniversary Sunday, meeting will be held Nov. 5 at
AUGUST 13, 196BAHA'I 0 I Morning Worship ...".... 11:00 330 pan. with an elaborate pro- Martin Memorial

_- Youth Fellowship ........r.. eoo gram. Many of the choirs of the. The I
Evening Worship .r......... 1:1t I city will participate. The publicis meeting women to make the church hells
ASSEMBLY c.n/\ct. frtt.)ti; >X C a t.lUAnn. invited Woman's plans for their

Mrs Lucille Baffin secretary ._. ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH Other services for Sunday will Louise Byrd Day program. Mrs.
N11Jrs I. :: was appointed
J.Y1.l. BJt- as
cl the Coral Gables y.aw1I,4 be as usual The
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Rev.J.MA. chairman
nu. .1N1 "IHu J.1rC1 5154 N.W. and Mrs. Malveaa
23rd Av D
1 ler ,
American of
United Association for the :>"u"." ",,. "..,,, Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor of Atintk Coast pn- Mo re as co-charixnan.
Nations will lead the Jraw ________ arl thecventfi Monday
discussion at the Baha'l Center. nurg service __ li.wu Sarah Pool, reporter will preach during' choir evening the latter,
137 NW 11th ave. 8 Sunday. -.uu.u.w. tvJuwsa4 RAi "", Sunday School r............. 9JO worship. and congregation are invited
pjn. Morning Worship ______ to render services at Seet-
11:00
Au* 14. Her subject will be our vacation ft
cnurcn ld ,.
scoo B.11>tlat CJUJrrh
i r.-.at
The Gift of Health." Everyone evening worship .._.....-... *:.u Church of the Open ivooiCongregauooaij -- -
comes to a case, we *ian a trip B. T. U. 1:30Nt.W Grove, Rev. Browne U asking
is cordially invited
t> participate to luc
beaca on Tnursaay that
in this discusson. and a ( as many of us can pleasec
Phone Miss special program .n *'rtuy even- fteY H. C. Mc.Uowe 1 me along.,
Solomon, ULTHEL BAPTIST pastor
secretary, FR 1-S420 I
ing Aug. 12 73U.
at We
hope Mat A. kMOeai..
for further reporter
nfonnaUm.Men' .
the adults will C'OmC0 the program 1571 NW 68th Terr Sunday the Junior Choir will
and express their ap;reciatjon Rev. Ernest William, pastor. I On August 21, the church will furnish. music. C.me out and hear
Day at for what the children have J. K. Brown, reporter honor and be h. OM by a native the youth. of the church tag Old's

Mt. Hermon accomplished in these two Sunday School ............... f-JO. son of Miaou the Rev. praises in song. Mrs. Dorothy
weeks. Morning worship .."."........ 11:00 Joseph N. P. Patterson minister Tanner is director: of the group.
BTU ...... We are extending
Thimbleful thought 830 of went Memorial CongregaI an Invitation
: One
of
them
balk .nhlw. **tf f H*> %.f' .ft.a 4.. Evening worship _______ 1:00 I tional Church: Winston Saktn, t> the adults of the ohttrcfc and
something that we should NJC. and professor at WlnatOllI community to come and be with
practice I I
I daily ft to spend less time ST. PAUL A. M. f. Salem Teachers' College. us the whenever the time permiats to
worrying ab ut what heap- son of Dr. and Mrs. W. A. Patterson Sunday School and League.
pen tomorrow and more may true Rev. M. J. Fayaoa. pastor and the brother of Dr. I We are always glad to have yeu.
being thankful for God's ble Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter W. A. Patters n Jr. We are hop Say a prayer for the aok.
ings to us t,day-"Give us this* Sunday School ...-........_. fctt I In, for a large congregation to
day our daily bread." Mt 6:11.: Morning Service ........... 11:01 I hear him deliver his message Zion Hope M. Baptist
Evening Service .........
71 I from the pulpit on Sunday Aug. Rev Paul Freeman pastor

ST. MARY'S C. W. M. ANTIOCH BAPTIST 21.On ITIQ M.W. ISlUi Sl .n.4 .9.. A._
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August 14. we will be Honored Sunday Sctvool
Bra E. A. Culmer, pastor Rev. J.I.. Stepbersoa. pastor by the pretence of Professor Morning Service 0JO
Mrs. S. Dnt klns, reporter M. T. Copeland reporter i' Clara Standish, a great BTU 11:00

Sunday School _-Tn....".. 9:43: Sunday School -,...,.._, t.45 I scholar and scientist of Taila- Evening: 1:00
Morning worship .,-,?...,....., 11:00 Morning Service -........"110 dega College. She has been a Service 7:00
Evening devotion ..........____ 7JC BTU -.-._.,. -- 5301 I bent of the minister and mem C TuesdayMt night)

Sunday School was opened by Evening Worship -. ...., 7:00 1 for several the days.Church of the Open Pleasant Methodist
Mrs
es to:S.,,k Dan their*'kins respective, devotion pt.ces"lth class I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST worship We welcome with us you and to come to meet and 2170 Washington! Street

their teachers. Our Sunday' Rev. E. M. Prof. Standah on Sunday. Opa Locka
School convention which "was Thomas P&JtoI'Ph111U Sunday School ......_....... 930= am
In Key West was Myers reporter Morning worship ....._... .
very successful 11
Sunday School SPIRITUAL BAPTIST are
..,.,..
and well attended I ..., fco Evening service
Morning Tat=
Worship _
____ 110
1.I.I.lifJ-U1. Vfnfnfntf wun.h1n. u!..* .i........ tu B.T.U. .__ 1:01 10250 SW 17f.b SL St
Bro. 11 -V. Stewart.---- Our-- u Pu.rtIr. WOrshift-_ u .,..- : Rev. Ernest Hutcheson: pastor John'a of The Nazarene
pasUr --
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FLETCHER. l lectured for eight minutes on the /On Sunday nt'xthe guest 1478 N.W 58th Terrace
The first Lord's day Chairman in this lal 12th chapter of Isalm. Testimon ST. AMES BAPTIST speaker for the mmlng and Lawrence Reddick. pastor
month service everyone was filled by !'I night services will be the Rev Frank Bryant Associate
at the was'"bf 'f"It an excellent little day and the Holy spirit Nor 1 and 2 323 N.W. 14th Street Oman A. Pratt Rev. Pratt U an Sunday School ._..............__ 10:00
t.wn" There were church in S.ch irs furnished music with Mrs. I, Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor associate minister at Mt Olive Morning worship .. ...........M 11:00

shippers which included many visitors wore ushers McFord at the organ. No. 2 ,Sunday School _...,.... 1:20 Baptist Church Miami Evangelistic service ....._...._.. J:00
from afar. Five served. j Morning Worship H:00 The following Sunday the Rev
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added to the members were Evening I I B. T. U ..... .. George Sawyer, an associate Bethel! Apostolic Temple
church worship :
for l
which was led by I Evening; minister
we the I I Worshto at Temple Baptist Church
were so thankful. pastor. Holy Communion was I .7:3.0 Doris
R.
will Akin
August 14 adm1l lIert"d. be guest speaker morning pastor
Is the I U
day awaited th choirs a f uri i I and J Lafluer.
night.These
for when nished assistant
we will music with
third M(n's Day. Willie celebrate Fletcher our Ferguson at the organ Miss and I'hyUl.I1 Albert i I / two clergymen are lead Sis. T Wallace reporter

will serve as chairman and Chas.'I Carey, director Both usher Join The NAACPDon't ;trig assistants to the church dur 2310 N.W. 58th Street
Sunday
School
tug the
boards absence of the lOrtO
Braddock
c>- chairman have served The church pastor
a
who1e I* nrnvinv for- our. .aLnfe.. an/4.... Fret Fight! I ;who proposes to be away to the Morning worship II:.,
-- Bahamas t' Evening
I shut-ins. r about two wee s. worship 730
lie hopes to return to the
congregation
ST. JAMES A. M. E. : I August 28. MORNING STAR BAPTIST

SEE THE SOUTH -- 514 NW 23rd Street
Rev. IL
UcNeal
i I Sunday School ...Harris.........pastor.. IJI LEADING COLORED JOIN NOW! Sister Rev Sadie 1 Clayton, pastor

II I Mrs. Sadie T. Dean reporter PSYCHIC READER Miami Branch Sunday School .Ellis.... ...,. "reporter-,-_ 93-
Evening Worship -. ,:01 NAACPMEMBERSHIP I Morning ....
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service .
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I Morning Worship .,.. ..... 1U04))
I 1I 1 DRIVE BTU ..............-,........ S:3G
'1 The third quarterly conferencewill I Nat senrwv ... ._......_... 1:20:
I 1I be held Friday evening &00i V
PJTU, Rev Frank A Allen pre-
I siding elder, will be present and Edison Center Paint Headquarters
P preside in the business session,,
I Sunday. Augut 14 the preside : rr WE ALSO CONTRACT

I ing elder will preach at the 11 PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
a.m. and evening service. Miuc Ltcu
;p rp I j''by choir No*. 1 and 2. j Cetera. Mind Tree std Frtt and Insured
I At 8 Estimation
II rui we will par a visit Florida and Consultation
I I to the Mtmpolltan AME Church Let Paint Co., Inc.
1''on 69th her years e-f Jia.ri aee ..... 628 NW 62nrf St.
st. Rev Mr Williams and protect Time
ye tJireeflae Ute payment plan
f past r Music! by the Male available-Phone PL
Chorus aa a lighthouse ..Ift tae ehlae to 9.3231
i.e it I I and Youth Choir. ; ato"I.. h.J..r
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These two men are among the LOAN CORP. I ass. toy SOOTIN'S
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Our morning' message will be DAILY
brought by the Rev. 11. J Ren- 11I Jey star tdzilno Steak and
"""1 son pastor cf .Salter* Chapel 1. CnepeThere's READING UNIVERSITY OF
Miami and the evening' message
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Taylor to Head BaptistsNEW Ministers Win Boycott

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. crusade to gel Dr.

Gardner erst Taylor) points C has in Taylor accepted the past rolling an week.at Invitatzn sev-- Our Past This Week Against Tasty Bakery

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to run for the office now .,
head: by Dr. J. IL Jackson: of Chicago AN ANP FEATURE Four hundred Negro ministersof the minister's "Selective Pat-
Dr Jackson has been presl- Philadelphia announced from age Program" have commencedto
of the 5.000.000 member AUG. 7. 1904 Ralph Bunche
dint their pulpits that they were calling employ Negroes.
;:,ganizstlon since 19>>. undersecretary of the United a halt to a massive "Selective
Nations born. Patronage Program" launched s tirce close to the ministers
ELECTION IN SEPTEMBER nearly two m ,nths ago against stated The North has the Southas
The election will take place at AUG. 10, 1821 Missouri entered n w.k the giant mulU-mlllion dollar ""h1ppI -boy. long enoughIn
nvention the Union as a slave y r Tasty Baking Co which alleged' matters affecting' Negro
the national c of the
state Later it had rights. We Just decided it was
in inptembn. a star in a ly discriminated against Negroes.
Baptist group Philadelphia the Confederate flag because wa time to turn the mirror the other
S<- a minority c< the The Tasty Baking Co. last way. There is no question' that
Ironically: one of the first campaign state legislature voted to week agreed to the requests of there is gross discrimination
speeches! made by Dr secede. However the governor the Negro: ministers and gave firm against Negroes In northern Industry -
Taylor was at ML Olive Baptist: and the legislature assurances that there would be and the Negro ministers
church in Philadelphia. Dr were ousted and the state no discrimination in the plant Just decided to do something
Jackson is pastor of Olivet Bapt remained loyal t the Union. and that there will be equal Job bout It."
.; church in Chicago.:: opportunities in the future for
Two demonstrations were addressed AUG. 11. 1807-The -ClermonV allThis
by the candidate and Robert Fulton's steamboat campaign was one of the Brownsville
-.her members of the "National made first trip up Hudson most effective ever staged against
Tcylor Team." river from New York to ."-' f what has been termed "gross discrimination -
lunche Albany, its furnace stoked '. ; III in Northern Indus Improvement Ast'n
at n 4
Or Taylor spoke attended a by Negro slaves. try and had the cooperation of
-> ph.ladelpbia by all segments of the Negro com 2741 N.W. 49th St.
Philadeland
from .
rcs of pastors AUG. 12. 1922 Old home of ; munity and nearby area -
'-..-. surrounding areas, in- Frederick Douglas dedicated clergy, business, fraternal civic Regular meetings tat and
C: d.nl: South Jersey. as natnonal shrine. ,4 .\ and youth. At the height of the
lie also addressed anther ral campaign last week mthaD 3rd Monday nf hta of each
, and reception in New York at AUG 13. 1924 Last st ne in ... 250.000 people" were fartkipatIng. month. Membership drtra
Brook:yn's Cornerstone Baptist Merris .
which drew a nure Manorial building in Mk1 now on. All residents of
arch Nashville
.;.;nut of pat ors and ministers Townsend laid by Secretary Arthur L Evans, director of The 400 ministers representingall Brownsville invited to join
(on aU over the Greater. New the chorus at Northwestern High denominations are now urging -
York School will direct the Fifth An their people to once again N al Adama, Pres.W .
area.Which nual Musical Soiree Sunday. Aug. patronize the Tasty Baking Co's, C. Bawl S.e'y
Glory My GodBy 14. 4 pm at the G. W Caner products. A number of corporations -
YMCA.Mr recognizing the power of
By William& Htnry Huff for ANP i, .
flOLLINQTON - - -
TAYLOR Evans a native of Macvn,
Torres the glory that is lasting Isn't it wonderful Fla. is a graduate of Morehouse
\'xd a glory that will "wane, ; have a Gcd to know you College and Columbia University. ENROLL NOW IN
One the rays of I love are casting To lie is minister of music-organist
Male' the ether ends In pain. To hear watch over you day by day at St. Agnes Episcopal Church. SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
T:erc a glory Ways eternal And your cry for mercy Mr Evans serves as vice presi
W :chm never be the same. A friend forgiveness when you pray dent of the Ys Men's Club of a Life Long Profession
\rA a glory that's diurnal when I stepped by to visit me the Carver branch and t* a mem
uesd.ni to a night of shame. He sat aDd seas stared sick in a bed little while ber of the Phi Ueta Sigma Ira- Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
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And then be finally saidThere's __
Laughlin' Kiddie nothing more that we The public is invited to hear 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-8998
can do the compositions' of Viet T Herbert -
University Opens We tried very hard during this annual program
You must pray now and have Sunday afternoon.
. Tte staff of Laughlins' KIddIe faith
'.vasty: announces its grand Yes. send your prayers to GodI '
"'?song Sunday, Aug. 14, from 2 rolled from bed down on my Chow Chow Overf.. Prtsstrf flee Powder. .
0 pra Refreshments will be fcnaea ,
rved, ; y"u may also register Bowing my head before thee Puppies A.K.C. Orerton Hygienic Manufacturing Co.
, :x.;, children. Registration conrjcs No other help have I On Lord
:: at the school daily until Come and see about me and Chicago 9, Illinois
Excellent watch dog pet
September. All the earthly doctors and nwdiIcin -

We specialize In pre-achoul With has Oh God failed abide me All color*-$50 and up I. a new and am*.tH.r cm> ,.. .-
me.
rijcation: cf children from ages longer stand thepaiD pact powder that will gin
My body can no
18 Our teachers are certified AN-LU CHOW KENNEL csmpUilan a soft natural
your
nd hold We
college degrees. have
1 need thee by side 'IU'v.
my INk It's the powder )
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are sure
bowedbead. N.W. 32nd Ave.
erase you On bending. knees' and a 5158 been Marching far. It la blend

F :r any information call D'ris band to td with a creamy fwndatln'
I stretch my you
--ghlin: supervisor Not a moment of worship or that will n.t streak stays
r.:.:>nt'S: School NE 4-1632; res
2.ce NA 1-0128 thanks I've ,;tftnP..aae. JOIN THE NAACP! 0" l longer than most |I....
Lord what shall I dot powder and the n .spill

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Interment in Paradise. KENNEDY AND MEHARRY

Mrs. Ruth D. Hunt died Aug. CLOSES ITSSCHOOL
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1960 8 in Jackson UovitaL She is survived NIXON INVITEDBY OF
by a daughter. Mrs. Olivia
Anderson with num she lived at STUDENTS NURSING
DUI AH Baba ave.. a son of New

CARDSMEMORIALS York City, and lour grandchild Senator Kennedy and. Vice NASHVILLE After 60 year
ren. Cnapel services were conducted President Nixon have been invit-
of existence, the School of Nursing -
at 11 ajn. Aug. 11, Hey ed to visit Atlanta in October. of Meharry Medical Colleftis
P. W. Williams officiated. Burial
During its August 5-7 meeting,
being discontinued. Several
CARD OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn in Linco1D. the Student Nonviolent Coordinating factors were involved In makingthe
Commltee sent the follow* decision to close the school.
family of the late, sad but loving memory of Ing telegram to the presidential
WILLIAM ASHE our dear mother and grandmother Kange candidates. Since Meharry Medical College
wish to express their thanks and i The Student Nonviolent Coordinating organized a school of nursing' the
friends and MOM Marcus cl 2344 NW 71st
appreciation to many Committee Invites requirements have chanced. Mehart'
F neighbors for their kindness tern, Led Aug. 8 at his residence your parUcipali-n In its second ) Is unique In not having
their bereavement rJd4. tit bad lived in Miami since
shown throughout w : general student conference to beheld university affiliation, but the
Special thanks to Elder 1"23. coming here from Georgia October 7-9 n Atlanta. This current accredltatkn requirements -
Wells of C conut Grove and the services wui be held in the conference will be attended by of the National League for
Bali Funeral Home and staff for cnapei Monday at 2 p.m. IW 1 t h some 300 Negro students sit-in Nursing involve, not only questions -
their splendid service. Many ouriai in Lincoln Mesnoraluxnctery. leaden Northern star 4 support related to university affiliation
thanks. He is survived by his and 'but ala Instructional
,, gr-ups rrpresenitres from
A' The Ashe Family widow Annie, three children and local and national human relations matters, none of which Meharry
U a brother.Stanley. organizations It will provide can find financially feasible to
dJ!; the moral impetus for the implement at this time
1! CARD OF THANKSThe Clark, of Key fargo rena-al of nat : Wide nonviolent
Lea Aug. 8 in Christian Hospital i student protests against second
diw family of the late lie was a native of Turks Island, class citizenship. You are Invitedto IN MEMORIAMIn
is MINNIE IDA McLEOD tiwl and had lived In Key Laro meet the students who must
into wish to thank all persons who for a number of years. Services continue these protest until definite sad but loving memory of
S sent telegrams, cards, flowers will be held Saturday at 12 civil rights action Is taken." our dear mother, grandmotherand
and other kind expressions of noun in the Oak Grove Baptist Sincerely sister Victoria Mlngo who
sympathy in time of their bereavement tiI caurcn.: North Miami. Burial. willbe The Student T"urs.Nonviolent departed this life August 9, mi
JV I in Lincoln Cemetery. He Is Coordinating Committee at Key West.
Mrs. Homilee N. Hunter, survived by a son, Albert a There's an open gate at the end
IVI daughter ...; brother, Cteopheous Duncombe, of the road
Tally McLcod Jrs son ; an uncl Walter Moore, and a Through which each must go
Ransome McLeod son very dear friend Mrs. Willie nee Mlamians having come: to alone -
Jour McLeod, son SUeeter. this area In U 01. She and her And there In a light we canoe
Joseph IL Hunter, .\ late husband were among the see
-- ---- -- early settlers of Lemon City.
sondn law
I Our Father claims His
own
Betty McLeod, MRS. WBLROSE CAMBRIDGE Austin Arnett of 236 NW 17th They later moved to the present Beyond the gate our loved' one; ;
daughter-in-law St, died August 5 in Kendall area and was at one time owners
who departed' this life August 13, Finds happiness and rest
1953. luepttaL Mr. Arnett -was born in of the Liberty City Pool She was And there is comfort in the
Gone but not fcrgotten."Asleep Watiins, San Salvador, and had the last survivor of the charter thought
CARD OF THANKSThe in Jesus blessed sleep lived in Miami since 1918. Services members of the Mt Tabor Ban That ur loving God knows best
Fom which will be held Saturday at 4 tist Church. Vandelean .
none ever wakes to Alfred and Earl
family of the late weep." pan in the St. James Baptist children
MR. WILLIAM GILFORDof Mrs. Louise Johnson Dght Church. Burial will be In Lincoln. Survivors are four sens Edna and Mlzpah siftersOraldine
4M NW 3rd are. Ft. Lauder- Mrs. Thelma McDonald He will be on View in the Charles, William, Harold and Freda, Juanita
dole take this method of expressing grand daughter chapel at 8 pjn. Friday evening. Alexander; two daughters, Mes- Juliette. Alfred Jr.. and
thanks and appreciationto lie is survived by his sister, Mrs dames Lillian King, and label John grand children
the many friends who were so Julia Knowles Bright t. and a S. Blue 25 craneS .:children S3
kind during its hours of bereavement IN MEMORIAMIn brother, Charles Williams great grands, one great great
Thanks for .cards great grandchild. Funeral services -
your : Advertise! It !
telegrams flowers, cars and aU loving memory of our dear Mrs Susie Eve Spencer of 210 wiU be announced later. Pays
other kind gestures ct sympathy. mother and sister.GUSSIE NW 17th st, apt 5 died Aug. 7 i
.Special thanks to the Roy Mix! l in Jackson Hospital. She came to
Funeral Home and its employeesfor Miami one year ago from Geor-
I their very fine and efficient gia. She will be on view In the BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt
service; to Mrs. Maggie Mync of chapel at noon Thursday, Alit
1471 NW 6th Ave. Miami and 11 and will be sent to Qultman, $50 Per Space
Johnnie R berts of Ft. Lauderdale Ga. for burial Survivors include,
for their kind gestures. tasters Emm Ba. Hill; Mattie S.
Again thanks to everyone for dell!, Joslc Allen, Helen Thompson There Are no Lota Cheaper In
J everything, and may God bless and Irctnetta Thomas broth-
moat all of you. ors Harvey Milton and Calvin Southern Florida

Mrs. Willie Bell Gilford, Williams.
t:. wife Ft LauderdaleRev. EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
sib David Butler, stepson: PIONEER DIES
fro Miami Mrs. Rosa Sharpe, 6820 NW 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4-3242
ade 17th ave.. died at her home on
we Thursday, Aug. 11. Mrs. Sharpe
/ CARD OF THANKS wall be remembered among pio-

for
this We the family of the Late fC ..... J_ -"V" ..


r will Bra t i .. -- 1J J LINCOLN ESTATESMiami's



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Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
JONES<
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who departed this l.fe August 3,
1 1t 1839.

t Gone. but n t forgotten
Tell me not in mournful numbers

M That life .is but an empty dream
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'J+ S For the soul is dead mat slumbers -
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And things are not t man
Life is real and life .is ern"i
: And the grave is net It', goalI I j
will forever remember those
r w rds that you have said so cfrn -
< to me.
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--- Your loving son,
MRS. CARRIE WRIGHT Clarence Turner and Family;

t wish their to thank kindness the shown many us friendsfor during YOU Own The Home! No Closing Costs!


l-J thanks her for illness your and letters death., cards Many, DEATHS $ 91 PER MONTH
47
telegrams thanks to and Rev flcrwrs.Hall for his Special consoling Only 1J PRINCIPAL AND INT. ONLY

prathe' words, chJr No. 1 and 2,
usher boards No. 1 and 2. Stewardess House of Albert. 5 Different Models With or Without Pools
of Board 1, 2 and 3 of Eben-
01n ever Methodist Church Thanks Funeral services fr Mrs. TillleFeldcr $9300 SALE SOCIA DOWN
man} to Mrs. E. Carr. Mrs Helena who resided at 2520 NW PRICE lTO ANYONE
They Wright and Mrs. Lottie Riley fw 162nd st, and mho died in New
to 1c making all arrangements for York City August 9. wih be held Swimming Pool Optional-Sale Price $11,900FHA
celebectal mama's funeral as I was sick. Saturday Aug. 13 at 3 pjn. at
Thanks to my Eastern Star matron Mt Zion Baptist Church. Rev. SEC. 221 40 YEAR MORTGAGES FOR DISPLACED PERSONS
Oubrouj
and thanks to Edward T. Graham Du-
many many pastor.
30 YEAR FHA MORTGAGES AND CONVENTIONAL FINANCING
my Pallbearers No. 5 presidentand real will be In Ocala. Auf. 14.
v soil i I'' members Elks and Daughters AVAILABLEALL

Jd1&Jrby 769, Household of Ruth 2118 and Funeral services far Mrs. WU-
II. the friends and neighbors who ile Mac Johnson. 1G041 NW 18th 3 BEDROOM HOMES

ChapReg kept our house full of food ave. died August 3. were held Terrazzo Floors Awning Type Windows Heat Fiberglass
Bea
I cleaning washing and anythingwe August 10 at 3 pjn. In the chapel
needed. Thanks to Francis with Elder C. II Rock officiating. Ceiling Insulation Ouilt>in Kitchen Appliances Bath Fixturesin

Funeral Home and staft May Burial was In Lincoln. Color Tiled Bathrooms Glass Tub Enclosures Painted

God bless each of you. Madeline Throughout Landscaped Yards Sidewalks Paved Driveways
Mrs. Nellie Graves daughter Mrs. of 14701 I
Municipal Water Supply Walking Distance to Schools Churches
Jim Graves, son-in-law Monroe St. Richmond Hf't fits ,
Ruth Mays, Macon, Ga. died Aug. 6 In Kendall Hospital. I and Shopping.
Atl daughter She Is survived by three sins w>i

Jjudouj Mays, Macon daughters a brother. Services
aon-In-law were conducted August 11 at 2 DECARLO HOMES, IHC. PHONE HI 4.4681

Gloria Louise and RocaJ* pm. at Martin Memorial AME
1
grand children Church. Rev. Brown officiating.





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Personal MentionMrs. .,.-.. gSliA A ".::.",:, ,::,".::""" _""l-;!."' ; ;t'y"'oQ :!......-.::.-.... .... _.....::.... ..."-'""--.::.,....::. -.".-....::.,...... _
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Clara Harris of Denver,

Colo sister Mr*..Leonard is and In the broth Ashe city r-ID-1aw of visiting 1253 NW Mr.Mr We're 4 SJt Jtu

70th st.Piertnan. K. Willlama of 1044 I Years Old Today \\

NW 60th at. and student of
Northwestern Senior high School :u '." '11" '" '1. ........ 4" " " wwssusss y" ." ." ." .
has returned home anna six- n

mathematics week course at In Greensboro' science, N.C and Join In The Birthday Celebration At
A. and T. College. Having won a
scholarship thrctifh the science
foundation. He Is the son of Mrs. "
Eula Slaco, who was pleased with t 1iSi
the grades made by Herman.He :
also spell a wee* vacationing I [:J!
In Charlest-n S. C. with LIBERTY 1
relatives and friends before returning 1
to Miami. K"*?

Mgrs. Ollle E. Scott formerly of
S'perton. Ga. is leaving Au,. 15
for a few weeks vacation with tub
her father and mother Mr and
Mrs. R. L. Johnson. lied daughter
Bettie and sons Richard, Harold
Ollle and Sonnyboy Rct- 66 SERVICE STATION I s

ert Mrs.win Rose accompany King and her daughter, ; i.ttt t

Bernadette of Nassau, Bahamas, Esc
are guests ef Mrs. Henrietta u#

Sweeting vacation.Annttta during Bowman their and two James weeks "<5 1298 H.W. 20th Street Corner 3rd Avenue I r I

Jr.. children of Mr. and Mrs.
Janus Bowman Sr. of South Miami .i
left last week' for a three ;= -- .
week' vacation In Nassau Also !i : _
varatlonfnr In Nawati are Mrs nd I
Mrs Francis Clark Mr and Mrs. ..,.& w 'I -u
Yen Henry Clark Clartr: Jr?fr.and and mother Mrs Miles Mrs its I ., .. YJ The Sweetest fll

Jrnincs and three children and II. {f' t FLITE-FUEL Esc:
Dodridge Clark of
Mr and Mrs.
New York : ;" On
: .. 0 t: Rhythm
Mrs Anne Everett tfrnrwrlyAnne 0 R
VWkenrt of New York City ... .
1It. w
totted In Sunday to attend the I I "
funeral of her cousin. Robert I I' The Road I Ii"s
Perry Her "l ter Mrs r.n!e I
Dean and cr wln' Paco: Perry .
"OA f
1-1 1.OAa.1
also of New York arrival Tuejt.dav z:
Mrs. Everett and Mrs IVn 8
are stopolnf irith their mnth-r t
Mrs. Laura Vkrs nf 74M NW :
, lto. ave Mr Perrwith hf. I
broker. Moet. of 233 NW \tt! it 4 i:7T .
si They plan tstay here about : .
two weeks. el
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MUs Helen l Hl In. consultantfor
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teachers In the tniblic F
fwtmtry tipHIWpSI JiFL1TEFUEL
nchools of Rkh,,vend. V.. I Is.tsttine
her sifter Mrs. Pauline .
n. mlth, Al* vititinr with her' r J=
Is Miss D'ris James of Richmond i

Mr. and Mr Aaron Ellis and .

sxm.are ruests Aaron of of the Baltimore(H..r Weaver. Md t I 4, -.. s Jt!
at they home Wit NW IWh ave n
Vr f2H l. a ulesmnn for the F; II
Ho ttirn B kinr CA of Baltimore f.
Before retum'nr home they wilt R
vhlt Nassau. Bahamas II t II
t :
Mrs Jane Herout of 121 VW .. .1 ti U
14th si. arrived home last ire.* : f" :
after a two-week vacation In the .: .. !"
North Are'mn..n1ed bv her twoBrand
daughter Charlie Mitt" f'Y
and Norma Smith she visited -
ver relative and friends In
IVfffilo. NY J*,.*T City I hlla-
debts and Canada.

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Let our tralntd UcHnklana h.lp I
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w. appreciate your patronage fc
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: Father Robert BtOrantfl. *
: Htly' Rede...... CatMlto,, Char**

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How can the Catholic Church !is
liven to the
A be so auth fitarian? I very congrega
won't be tion
I
prtof .
that
told some sort of rue:
what
I can do. Authority is I is needed.
$ a stumbling block for some out
.side the Catholic Church. Common
a They sense demands that
refuse t admit authority into re- we have authority In
ligion. First, let us recall that no :Sbere of life. The teacher every uses
one was more authoritarian than I It as well as the cop on the cor
lei Jesus Christ? "He who believes 'nero. Our government and
shall be saved, and he who does I i J. rt of business or pob runs every on
not believe shall be 4 t authority.
ndemned.' You cant escape It If
.There is authority for you. He)'L there Is to be order. Well Jet us
gave us the
ten commandment remember that Christ provided'
4. and told us not to break them for it in religion "He
who heart
l'tU \m under authority.threat I would at say IML Strctif I I you, hears me."

d. r The apostle often used their
r authority which Christ handed Teenagers: Send yur name
des down to them. They legislated on and address. for a free pamphlet
certain' problems at the Council Teen Talks on Dates." Write to
is of Jerusalem (of Acts), The early Box 47-747, Miami
in -- .- Christians accepted the relig
ious authority of the 1---- -
&
Seated at the head table are Catholic
I I) Church.
It
the special guests' of was( natural since it Mae's
Bishop and. came from Beauty Chest
foA Mrs. W. F Ball, prelate: and wife I I I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Christ
1 (f the Texas Diocese of the AME The 16th century revolt' brought Special hair
Church. left to right): Mrs. W. PAGE 14 a reaction against authority styling for one week
IV E. Akerr Harris. Jacksonville. j SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1960 Since then, those who have denied I 6833 only.NW Adults $2.73; rhlMren $2.25
n*.. */r.1.. \*. Gaston. sccreiary authority have vested It in i 13th Ave. OX 1-7271
Church Extension! Birmingham bishops or leaders, Sometime t it
Ala.; Mrs. W. F. Ball and Bishop''I Beauticians Unit bl* Galnes. Pinkie Lowe Alice
Ball Warn; Mrs. A. Beatrice Mae Cr-ckett, Blanche Dean. LARGE ROOMS
Williams editor of Missionary No. 7 New Abbie Felton., Sifornia Smith, FOR
RENT
Recorder Jacksonville; Mrs. S. X* and Miss Defney Roberts. $11.50
Greene Jr., Nashville Tenn.; Dr. The annual All members are urged to at WeekREFRIGERATOR
S. I Greene executive picnic on July 26 tend 1-$edrpoom Apartment
secretary sponsored' by Beauticians regular unit meeting Au t.
of schools of the AME I Unit 16, 11 JO
Church No 7 Nashville: Rev A. R. Waldo, Hil- a great success. Clear was School. Business of Importance. ADULTS ONLY
Ion and Rev A W. Thomas. Birmingham. balmy breezes skies and Mrs. Marion Muldrcwr. Pre.
I Ala. were there. nickers at 10 am greeted by the the time pic Bertha Perry, nportnReel.tration Orchard Villa Patio Apt. AND RANGE

The croup standing behind and the rains came all had spent a 5815 N.W. 12th Ave. INCLUDED
around the table of Bishop and relaxing day and enjoyed a des
1 Mrs. Ball are a part of the 56 licious picnic dinner and didn't See caretaker Apt. 7
persons wh) accompanied Bishop mind calling it a day Begin Aug. 15 last 320 N.W. 7th St.
Mrs
Ball Ann
to the BUhops Council of Lindsey. honorary
the AME Church which met In member of unit 7 celebrated her
I Chicago July 1315. The Balls. birthday at the picnic. At Jackson's Toddle Inn
..ve breakfast to the Texan in I Out of town guests were Mr.
Chicago.In i and Mrs. Walter Robinson and NE 4-4308

additkn Mrs. Gloria Timmons of Tampa YOUR PORTRAIT ........ ...... $1.00
to the a4Mrs..
meeting of Frances Brown of New ,.
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i the Blihop*' Council the general 1 York City Other guests includ ENLARGEMENTSCOPIES
board and the general board of ed Mr and Mrs. Earnest Murray ..
education J. W. held their meeting. Dr Mesdames Bernice Scott Lena. Advertise It Pays I //01
Yance II, Waco, u the
Texas member' --
on the general -
board of education.' Rev. R N. DAVID JEWELERS
Reed Dallas; Rev T. B. Recce. AKA Second Free second. annual Free Eye Checkup 1188 .
mtat Rrowm-ood and M C. Jan on. Eye Check-up f r all children ages 7 to 17,
Yoakcum, were the Texas representatives on Saturday August IS at Liberty
terabl The on the general board. At Liberty Square Square Auditorium, 6304
gr"up of Texans who accompanied August 13 NW 14th ave.. frum 9 am to 5
Bishop Ball to Chin-
fro pin
go is the largest
delegation in the
ads hlslory of the church in Texas Alpha Kappa Alpha Children must be accompanied
we t- attend a Bishops' and Sorority by parents hare
Council Dade County OpUwnetric or the permission
1 As
fortht sociation wish to announce the I Hp being signed by parentsor -a

,.. -- guardian.
HARLEMClothing f u lie riijLKU IN nv PARENT OR GUARDIAN:


Name of child! -a..
Center .__.

1337 N.W. 3rd Ave. Age ..........-........ Sex .._._.-....,..

AddretM
has .?..?...??....... City .__
a newly air conditioned US7OI C AtStUT fvawa* Car.cio

1 1I shoe and clothing department School .. ....................... Grade. 04} NW <


at lowest prices. Shop Does child war jrlnswa Xo ( ) Yes ( ) : All the time (..) .I

and save here. For distance ( ) Near ( )

-e I hereby direct the survey committee andfor( the sponsor FLORIDA REALTY
I
ing group to conduct a visual evaluation
SHOP HERE child and survey on my
report the findings to me.Signature.

SAVE HERE of parent or guardian

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3 TV Courses
Broward Offeredby SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1960 PAGE 15

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County ,' Ie' .'_ ." r \ '0' \ .0' I '0' 0' I '.' .' -Itw'

Newt [ c Junior College(

8y 1 j iifTY
Three live television. courses .
WalterThe 1ewe -.i will be offered for credit by the
new Dade County Junior College Debbie's Playground) .WI 'NtMtAtNt

campus In addition program t> Its for regular the fill en-semester Nursery School and OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd.Ave. & 69th St.

West Hollywood and Hal- Kindergarten
landale beauticians are making Viewers may register for courses TUESDAY
plan* for a pre-Labor Day Bathe in reading improvement begin- Back to School Registration FRIDAY THRU
last of the month. Watch the lag typing and stetvcecript at begins August 22. $4.00 per week.
MIaMi Times for the date. the Dade campus 1895 NW Mthst. Give your child the best !In "da-'
on Sqt. 6, 7 or 8 and will net cation under guidance. II t meals
Bn ch Whitehead of 5401 SW need to return to the campus untIl and Insured transportation included. The Telephone Belle
17th .t. West Hollywood, celebrated the end of the 18-.week course 4800 NW 24th court. and the Bachelor!
his birthday Saturday for final examination Phone NE S-tl052, NE 4-R315
nijrttt. Aug 6. Many of hit rea.tiv You may also contact Perry's
'.. and friends were present. Reading Improvement' kn-wn' florist f-r Information at FR
Refreshment and food glare on television -Gateways to 4-1205. 524
were serwd Mr Whitehead. It Reading improves efficiency in
well-known Mumian. recehed reading by increasing compre
many useful gift:. hension, vocabulary and speed J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone
The program will be beamed' to
The C. W. II. Fire Departmentwill the home student on Tuesday and FR 4-3034
meet' Monday. Aur. 15. All Thursdays from 430: to 5 p.m.
begining 307 N.W. 2nd Are. ,
numbers are asked t be present on Sept IS.

Teacher for the live pr Hiram Ash of West Hollywood will be James Sch I none, who copy
fe. vMtto relatives and friends holds a master's decree and a of your loved ones at
in N...seu for two weeks reading improvement' diploma
from Columbia University half price. We make all ON THE

TMV Hollywood S"rial and Teach" kinds of SCREENATLASTI
pictures.
Civic Club is sponsoring a cock- "Type designedfor I ITa
the beginning typist and
tall hoar at the home of Mrs W r Tha bountletf
.
W C ej er. 5135 l&th ct. Au,. 14. .' I :I s.wv of stage
a
6 pm Donation $1.00. musicals
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days and Thursdays firm 6 toI
Is the new
6.30: pm. starting Sept 13 with I AIR CONDITIONED
Mrs Eleanor V Dow and son film triumph!
Margaret E. Dunn of the junior
John her fnother. Mrs Clara college faculty as instructorThe CAPITOLTHEATRE
Mitton and Mrs Ron Lee Gil- fr
third course..shorthand
lard' are vacatl nlng in Jackson "
Mlle for five days with rf'laUvf'taM to Success, teaches slenoscript"
friends. an alphabetic: shorthand which SAT. MIDNITE SHOW
uses no symbols Class time Isspent :
AND SUN. THRU WCD. .
in dictation practice and
Joint baptism will be at Central The Mighty Hercules
students should develop' a speedof UETRO-COLDWT4IAYRI I
Baetist Church Sunday at 11 60 to 80 words per minute by Sleeve R.,vea In
iii arit nuD f OOUCTU
*.m. Maeedenia. Baptist Church, I I
the end of the' Iftweek semester "LAST DAYS OF
Rev N. H Phillips and cenjrreatlofi -
The course will be feted Moods
will worship with Central TS and Wdnesdays from 6 to POMPEII""Brides 'Bds ara'Rintjng
Rev E J Clark pastor The 6.30: pm, and win be taught by of Dracula"
tsaislic .. invited. Harriet II Withers who holds a I Beth features In Color
master's degree from WesternCarolina \
Dent miss thfc' Monday nlrhtAiuf State Teachers College ;i
(
15 a wedding will be given and is on the faculty\ cf: Dad e 1
at Central n..t&.t& Church when County Junior College -,
Ralph Clark and Peggy Wits n JUDYDEAN "
will be married Den Hart will There are no requirement for I RITZTHEATRE .
be the minister and three young registration Final exams will be '
\
.
ladies from Nassau will be in the given at the Dade County Junior HOlliDAY/MARTiN/ tS
weddtaf Eleanor Strachan and C-41e.tr for students who are taking ;
the for credit' NOW SHOWING
Jaekie People will assist Mrs E courses Text
J Clark the sponsor. and assignments will be availableat 'PORTRAIT IN HID Wvu wWXIL1y .JR..JOlt SYAfUTtI .
.
registration on Sept 6 to Sand _.JtU STnt ..:w=..
BLACK" ..._..eon cnaJ eM/mAt 6I UJ'
his fee of $8 00 will be
charged

a
The proud wife and -- ..
the eontfreaatf" n of Central IUpUH for Close taking the course f"c Lana TurnsAnthony if : waLPH 6RUJ'Jusrrtf.*,.nit: 1 wentE tiGAllE111
credit' I Qulnn
Church will crirfcrate' theeiittfvtrs
10th anniversary Aug PLUS"Oestrr"
7-21. The anniversary sermon PLUS -
win be delivered Sunday mom-
Audi Murphy
ifs(. All<< 21. by the Rev J. A CAL'SBAR
litter of Boynton. Bible exposi & GRILLENOW NOUAMCOUID
tor of the Atlantic C a.t Ministers STAND AGAINST HIM I
and Deacons' Unkm You are SERVING M.c.\t".....
JnvrfM Rv E. J. Clark pastor BREAKFAST the
AND DINNER LUNCH Announcing Openingof STEVE REEVES
s..6Iy was like revival time
at Wtvtmfnoter "**$..t Church
Rev N Soars paoW The spir At Popular Price "THE GIANT
.*s high .I1 day Visit rs are aI-| 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. COLLIER'SBARBER

ways tier welcome Mr H Strachan.r SHOP ,, OF MARATHON"-

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Is that for the first time in m*d- ture will open on Broadway the
ern warfare, a Negro is depictedas end of Aurust.
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 1960 the leader of an integrated .I Sidney hal a brother, Cyril
4ov:: platoon by Uol1TA<

Cox Kindergarten Personal MentionMrs. 1 I _

CBS HOMEBEST
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Organizes Alumni Clara Harris of Denver, i
Colo. ij in the city visiting her YES BUY LISTEN TO THIS!
.R airier and brother-lnlaw. Mr. and
Mrs. Leonard Ashe of 1233 NW I Brand bedroom 2 tile batha extra large rooms
7th st.The. I new ,
f4 I I Built-in stove and oven. Will be told today. Hurry!

Rev Ernest Hatehesen, Hurry!
pastor of Spiriaual Baptslt
Church, Perrine left Thursday Only $995 Down
I f'r Nassau on his vacation.

Sidney Foter! the sensational ALSO -
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young dramatic actor, who will Lovely CBS doll house. Very beautiful lawn best
JOIN
1 fr A be seen this month in the most
Important starring role of hiscareer neighborhood. EZ terms.

in the Columbia pictures' Open 3 to 6 p.m.
release of the Hall Bartlett pro-
4 tr 1I. duction "All The Young Men." 1825 N.W. 52nd Street

Sidney is sh wn above as Sargeant -
Towler in BarUctt's stir- NEWS REALTY HI 5-3589

Joe flicker of a Marine incident
TODAY during the "Police Action" in

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i The speaker for Cox' Kindergarten I '" J Jt) .
graduation program June *
9. was Norris L, Drown ton of :
Mr. and Mrs Milt n R Brown I
lie fc a 10th< grade student at
+nrestftn Senior High Sthoolands
Kindergarten a 1950 graduate of Cox's t 35-


An Alumni Association of Ocx's
f Ktederfarten' has been organizedand
the regular meeting will beheld
t each 3rd Sunday evening at
173 NW 4th court at 5 pm. Allgraduates
t of this kindergarten
are asked to please: attend these
meetings. This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

I Registration U ncnr In progress SPECIAL! FOR A LARGE FAMILY!!
Phone FR 1-8488 or OX 1-1834.
Mrs., D. E. Cox supervisor.n 5-BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS, FLORIDA ROOM CBS. NEWLY PAINTED

INSIDE AND OUTSIDE. ONLY ONE MORTGAGE. NO CLOSING

Noah Griffin on COSTS. PRICED VERY LOW. MOVE RIGHT IN. TOTAL PRICE $11,500

WITH $1,500 DOWN, $90 MONTH. OPEN SUNDAY 1-6 P.M. SEE 2948

al Florida Vacation N.W.51.t STREET.

** Vacationing In Miami recently r::,_<._________________ ___ _ L !.,_... !! a a* pest of his sister Mrs -
M Griffin and other relatives -
Dcanna. was Noah W Ortffln. not- NORTH MIAMI BEACH I UBERTY CITY AREA ,, Custom Built Beauty. Open Sun

f{ ed educit-r and nationally ree- City water, shopping, buses, : $995 Down day 1 to 6 p.m. 3-bedrooml, 2
u oxnlred authority of work of the quiet area, 3 bedroom new CBS. baths, hardwood floors, city
M NAACP. Mr. Griffin has doneB I Only one mortgage at $89 per ,
closed
ttanding work ln the IteM of water, garage.
ONLY $495 DOWN month. 2-bedroom CBS home.
edtteatl' n. including! membership ,
on the faculties of Taladega Col. I Beautiful landscaped lot. Closeto See 1384 N.W. 55th Ter.
leery and FWc University. Still See 1581 N.E. 151st Ter. bus and schools.
serving as a member' of the Editorial !.
Advisory Board of the of ,; : See 1545 N.W. 73rd St. 11 s
Bulletin (official rrublieatkvi
the Florida State Teachers' Association -
) Mr Griffin Is a part ONLY $395 DOWNI J SACRIFICE! TERRIFIC!
pn*kient and former secretary of ,
FSTA. Inc lie will be remembered Brand new 3-bedroom CBS home. Owner leaving town. Now ready
mortgage $60 month ,
I ftfe *antly as a member of to sell. Opa Locka. Large lot.
tfee oriffinal group wh Initiated New 2-bedroom CBS. CanerI I Liberty City. Shower door,
i the move for equalization of salaries Ranches. blinds. Close to schools, busea. 200 x 170. For business or
I for Florida teachers I II II I church. N.W. 24th Are., N.W.
ONLY DOWN
I See 2420 S.W. 48th Ave. $995 153rd St.Beautiful.
Now a resident ef San Frsncfeeo. -
Cal. Mr Griffin has been See 1830 N.W. 70th St.
NAACP the
employed by the on 1:
:
national 'level for a number of
Accompanying him to Miami ,
t years
was a bnher. Gilbert retired ONLY $395 DOWN duplex. Priced right.

business man of Jackson New 3-bedroom 2 baths. On Close to schools and busea, partly
ville. Both brothers were honored 2-bedroom, one mortgage at $60 CBS. Move rightin. furnished. City water, closed
at numerous social functions mortgage only.
while in cur citv Leaving month. Good for couple, widow. Only garage.
Miami they toured Florida be-
tare heading for Charlotte N.C. See 7531 N.W. 15th Ave. $995 Down $2,000 Down
where they visited with a'former
teacher on the campus of See 3072 N.W. 57th St. I
Jrhnson C Smith University! I nI

or .. ..... ... I I
fo v vc o *'-.c-* j.c: cv vo*
$495 Down
as POITIER'S DAY : Orchard Villa area. Close to

U 2-bedroom $75 month. Landscaped Now under construction. NW : 17th Ave and 54th St. Bus
NURSERY AND
nice area, no closing 154th St., N.W. 17th Ave., Opa : Lovely 2-bedroom CBS home.
t? KINDERGARTENlfJtntion costs, large deep lot. Locka. 3.bedroom, new CBS : Only one mortgage $88 month.

o 1 begins August ISg homes. Put up deposit. : Terrific location. Open Sun. 1-C
"t Hot lunch and transportation In.I I See 3072 N.W. 58th St. $795 DOWN $88 MONTH : p.m. 1550 N.W. 55th St.
eluded. 1480 NW 89th st Please
bit
call PL J-2W9 for further Information ..
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