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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 20, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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iriH YEAR4 NO; 52 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY,- AUGUST 20, 1960 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES

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CORE Calls Shell's BoycottPICKETING 4.;' 4*.




TO will be to persuade folks "not to Those m jail are
trade there until they Institute a Patricia Stephens 20; JamesRobinson
START TODAY lair employment p sky, open 42; Joseph Perkins 24
their lunch counter, and until Marvin Robinson 23 Th.tnas
f 4 i I I A. D. Moore, chairman of Ml they drop charges against the 18detHtdanu. Rowland 23, Thomas Gaiter 21.
ami Congress d Racial Equality* ." said Cordon Carey: Oliver St Pee, 22, Aagellne
called far. boycott of the hug Institute staU member. Duller 18. Bernard Lafayette 20
j Sh'lTi City St re Thursday on Prbcitta Stephens 21, Dorothy R.
I the heel of arrest of a nixedgroup OPENED tUNOAV Miller, 22, Leon DaHey 22.
of 18 CORK workshop The biracial institute to train Released Wednesday were Dr,
I members who tried te obtain students In effective methods of Carl EL Yeager .I r.. 38. henry
I service In the Shell's City RcaI non-vi lent action against discrimination Prtngle, n, Barry Cohen 21,
I I taurant started Sunday at James H. Lau 23. Robert Paul .
I The arrests Wednesday' were the Sir John hotel. Members exchanged Yang 20, and Alice Parham 28.
at the first In Dade Ctinty for sit- Ideas and experience CORE members made a test of .
ins, During the scores" of alt-ins under James Robinson executive some so downtown eating places
last year. no store manager went secretary of CORE assisted b> on Monday and were served inM.
as far as Sheffs manager. George Gordon Carey and James McCain The group left Immediately .
McKelvey who personally ordered field secretaries. whenever service wear refused -------
Miss Jacquelynroumel and the arrests under a little used Of the 18 jaded Wednesdaysix ROBINSON TO SPEAK J.I..J G.a: S.:, '\ d J l 5er of
Miss Lrit Farrington will be state statute.Pickets were bailed ut Thursday Jackie Robinson, the famed Mr, and tics J....UJ Smith of
featured In a recital Aug. 21 at will be placed around morning and two more later baseball star and member 1S80 NW 64th at was v nffrrcdthe
the Bethany Academy 50th ft the st re today and leaflets will Thursday The others' preferred .f the National Advisory Com d'greee of master cf arts I
and 23th a"eat 4 o'clock p.m. be passed out to customers askIng to remain In Jut although CORE mittee of CORE will address a from Atlanta UnHrewMy on Aug
Jill CrouroeU a graduate of them not to support dtocriml- offered to make their II00 ball public. "Report To Miami* on 4. Miss Smith a 1934 8fMte f
Northwestern Senior High was nation. Shell's gets an estimated' One of the girls still In jail Is Sept 1 as part of the Institute Dorwr High School received her
the soprano sol;ist of her school 40 percent of the Miami Negro Pamela Stephen. FAMU Ned program. bachelor of adence de< re* from
chorus and was voted the most grocery trade who also served a term In a Tallahassee Participants. In the Institute Ilrnnrtt College Greensboro N.
Sea CROUMEL Page 5 Th objective of the boycott Jail for a sit-in there come from the South and, the C. In 1938. She will be wvkln
N.cth Most have participated in In the Dade County public school t
-- -- sit-in previously and about 40 system this falL Photo by IIkk
percent are white. Photo Studio.

Cook Loses $300,000 -

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of Half Million Estate"Settlement" .1 I


Peter Perenyi Taring's great 000. Mrs. Esther Henderson "t .r "f
grandson, will frt 10.000 hein- Boston, a niece, receives $30.000.
Changes Will ofZaring ; herited" in a poor will Mrs. In the original will Mrs. Peacock -
Grace Zaring Stone of New York was left his home, stTkt,
his daughter who was not mentioned bonds and cash valued at $$00-, :
A Utterly contested legal In the wills is to get' $40.- 000. :4 : : I
battle for the $500,000 estate oft I
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Charles Zaring. former New

died York and last Miami Nnr' 15 attorney leaving who his FORMER FAMU GRID STAR DIES I

pr perty to his Negro cook and Stanley Strachan. wH known
her daughter: came to an end I former Mlamlan, who has been a
this week with the cook losing resident ct Detroit, for the pad
over $300,000 m the deal 19 years, died suddenly Tuesday
The settlement was signed by morning in UM Veterans Admin-
attorney for all sides on Wednesday ei ..'.ralon Hasvitai at Detroit
in County Judge Frank t A native Miamlan ofT
graduate .
D wling's court Y .-...
1c3arr Washington High and
After taxes and attorneys' fro t F:-rd: A and M University, Mr Robert Paul Young who wes F.k L'slv'r::':,r cuJcr.X: Young
are deducted the cook MraLBlls Strachan |s survived by his wife assigned by the Miami Times to 13 a sent prc':::::J cadent a>
Peacock, 3434 Charles Ave "r T.a, a s n, George Stanley. Jr. cover the CORE worb. p nw !dc: howe College: : and was arrested I
will get an estimated SI84J,()()!) In progress at the Sir John Hotel al,ng W.'h; 17 workakmembers
Bonita. her 11-year-old daughter lEI STRACHAN Page la shown Interviewing work- at Shell's City on Wednesday .
...4t receive' a SU. eo trust shop member Angelina Duller, a Read nls :tory on nag*> 4COB.E
fund provided in Taring's t:.:J
will iIHikPS
Mrs Peacock, mother ct five
children and her fcttffcsnd. E,
dridge. both worked for the W
year-old attorney and cared tor:

him health constancy' dur.n, his faiLng I i


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Slaps Man Over Quarter; s ir



Shot to Death


Slapc4ng another nan's face --
over a quarter caused the death
a toMe is tax aiffeieftub. fkpp.d
late Friday night of Joseph D
quarter inward tko band which
Hamilton 28, of 3083 NW S!hh a
had played a rquest\ somber far
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Metro )homicide detecUv said turnClark
at aaotawr table: nearer
Hamilton was killed by a single
the mutieians
jokingly ace
bullet fired by Arthur Jum r caujnt
the' coin.'
Clark 20. of 3301 Peraval ave. FP!
Coconut Grove. IriIIR MIIalktd Across the
Clark was caught a few minutes dance fte r and slapped Clark's y ,

after the shooting which face.Clark l t .
occurred at 1 a.m. outside the asked a friend t. let
Boer Terrace Lounge at 4200 him use his pistol, and when the c
NW 27th ave. I man refused, saaehed It from his
Clark has been Initially charged coat pocket
with first degree murder, and Police said Clark fired four
u being held In jail without bond times aa Hamilton ran acrocs the
awaiting. a combined coroner's sWewal.k in front of the dub.
, Inquest and preliminary hearingthe Three::I the- shots. missed but the ......

date of which has not been fourth entered Hamilton's body I Times photographer Frank workshop members and I group were &rr:: d at Sh.4a
set. under the left arm tad pierced his staff during a session Wednesday I[
Police said Hamilton stated at >heart. Johnson took this picture of the atom. T&at afternoon If of the I City during a ait-in




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their cooperation. They are tfa
grateful to the radio and tat.
ion stations fiat advertised t he
program Times aJdally
newspapers and especially
the Dade County Optemetric As.
sociation and the parents who
showed such a keen Interest a
the program.

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"Night in Nassau"

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There will be "A Night of Fun
r in Nassau" to Hollywood, Thurs
day August 25. Place of ride
3909 SW 26th st This affair is
? I I being sponsored' by the Mt Tat
t I t bor Baptist Churon (Woman's
Day Rjilding: Fund.) Ride ieiv*
I I the" church 730 pm Round trip;
75 cents. For information coo.
corning the ride or tickets you
may phone OX 1-2963.




STARKEY'SSalon


of Beauty
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AKA EYE CLINIC WELL ATTENDED 3605 Grand Ave


MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Some 236 children rcce.vcd free cx.:.L3n and Mss: Shotz. secret Coconut Grove'r

eye screening as a result of the tur* the group
PAGE 2 SATURDAY AUGUST 20 1960AJongFreedom's Specializing In .
free eye check-up' survey C n- I Sorority members responsible

-.... -..... ..... .....- ..... .." .." ..... ducted by Alpha Kappa A] Jot* for the success of the project BEAUTY CARE
Sorority In cooperation with the wore Me.demes Lillian Peterson
Dad County Optemetric Association Marion Allen Sue Franc. Rose COLD WAVING
Road The survey was very highly SteASrt". Mattie. Blak"' GussieD
advertised in the" ffH. on the bbs Blanche Dean, Thena WET SETTING
radix and over television CroA er. Gin ha %'111lans. Mildred
-------- *y RUTH PERRY --- I McKinney. Willa Mae HAIR WEAVING
The accompanying picture Brown, Haei Davis: Charlotte
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I OWI aonv of the children pa- Clark. Mildred Marks.. Aurora
A person cannot be a food INTERMARRIAGE r Its and members of the sororJty I Crawford Allen Williams Na- MANICURINGRECONDITIONING
debater. and rely entirely upon It has not been too long that who were present' on Saturday amt Grant Bernice" Kemp, chairman
th* em tkm*! .Tf meh to make we have even been able to discuss m rning at the LJberUSquare of the project and the .
his point Bv the same token a this prnotion-chargvd subject auditorium participating Misw Eddie Witon Carmen
person' cannot expect to be an H the clinic Let our trained technicians' htlp
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in public It was there all Dean and Ethel Crt<< Undergraduates -
teraiUnf panelist dimcuncnfwdfie right but only talked about under There" Here four doctor pres- Shirley Payne and you with your problem, for 'In.
marts if he makes use the breath It was the sole 'f nt during the" day members of Aloe Clapp were very helpful as formation and appointment cell
of emotion* inxtead of rest nand potsemion of demagogues and the Dade County CMemetrtc Ast was Shirley C vin ion, Faye
lf SJe. Emotional outburst effec- politicians to UP for their devious Wilhams and Marva Willistms HI 8-9338
tvelv cloud' ;iss+ue, 1MIr ne" racial purtpotics' A certain v 4e-

riifcusei n' and close the door getter and race-bailer, a d if erosion ( intermarriage to blind them to The sorority woes to thank w. appreciate" your patronage
with a laud dam ttpon ..n" andresMMMiaMe of intermarriage or V '1- "; Iation'. bearinf: en the nott the Miami Hou+ng Authority fits M,... Wllhelmlna.. Starkey ,...,.
thinking We had a greUaation of the races": (as posed ratnne f tM m a retrnt sometimes m re "delica \** I; :Ion's survival Euguene Kemp and his staff for ).c' "';'
local TV shoeEMOTION called) has been the standby fnryears .,
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VERSUS REASON for campaigning politicians
To many Southern wftite people
Em linn htoo '"ft( Mitt yte' with a hort view of stern eri'"y
mainstay of the de+rn.""\ ue r and a Irng view of the "War Betwpen -
tH* vote-get"" taetir of !t n ..*- the Stite*.** when name- i iI
_I.t pn'111'a" Tlttrtttnher one sneaks of solving the race I iI
luster No K-Her cxamole Mn pt1tbkom. thin HKnpdtaelyrp raises I
be fmiM in modern hUrt rv nf m 'ltr -' f intermarrl
press
1"1IIhb'mucf"mnR i < u..... the wf' otion a flat "'n to frenty atainrt tHe d Tnrcrapy for both Npgroe and dishes arc
Jatu. hide eM saptity were fistnteeat.ry whites can only' l.-ad t one thin"
for hie nm-rm if 11. intprmarriagp" It doe, rw nn4 I done!
pnwfcj amuw Wto br 'a"in' a vn the enwti nth where there it no left)

We do pn' h"ve to w to Europe little! 'n1prr-Hl marHatpneonlp Th.tn ,
to f mi other rv.Vttft of -". idea th,. if Ncttr 1 and
hale. and nr.-kld. ('".o'ft txOtat4h whi'e. H.tt9'4c tnof"" "'. rA
+M nl Ark1tft. k It tet+rrtecrwnpk to riool t tether. wor'h.... tosjpthpr .
of what aflMiOnallyfilitel eat In the Mm n* Mn_ ,
eweerh.a ran *o t a eitv r'nt!' and live in the acme bH-k ,t
not"'NIh'' nerr'-''el with twerrotee. -'o their way of rt'nkint there
laiw-a4)MiiMr ctttten" AM t"Oft'I- k only' one outc we ferter- (
ln< eloper to hone. w-e have enamol mania ge. I iLLi1
nflr' rvanwle all the ", -*iSouthera Vow at this TMint roam really
lest nr of -s4tkfins# file out the window And aH the !
aH dnrn.o. i remaminc' in WH C in the world cannot 1
offiee ,*.Ifo'\' "r ,lar....'v hteaue" fit con them that there UIn I Ij
the tf'frib1t.r..h of etflntioh" law meftch art that Vpgrops II t _
al HP1N"i M'tC'tJItln i name and white" Pf'09'1f' mist Intpr1m I
....ttItw and thre.to of dire han- -rrv that marrinrp is an ins t 11
p nin4. in the Smith have keptmwr dividual thin* mutual agrppnvnt ,
Southern 4cmagis In between two people ant iii II
nlTw year after year hat i>m- has the right t say 'no.'.
And it seems that (t is equally'
REASON FLIES OUT sales to try to point out to
THE WINDOW obese people that the mixing of
Sensible tMnfcn! and k jiealto the rags began son after the give mom an dishwasher and
MWM"OIN"h. wnblerw and sttua sieves landed at Jamestown In
"ns diMM>.r when impa 1819. And It will very probahry \\
fneH\ frnot omi ra.,tin.takfl be<< true In the decade ahead that "
the place of aoh r and rea enWe then will not be as much legal
aoew eii But when people Intprmarrtnre as there has born EXTRA HOURS
in certain archonof" our country illicit intermixing In the decadeapa
become .erut ml l to such t BecauFP hf'rewe can ask a
diT5ay. throwsst custom\ and question of the segregationists
habit thev miss them when they and the politicians where did
are not UNd. Lainj not* Ther areas the varying! shades of the Negro
jp d M a *kle-.hAw to a three com ItmAnd \* for family for friends and recreation
rng eireuc In the S uth even !In perhaps, too. If the truth
this day of llft11Irhtf'ftf'd. rivilized were known it could be that
IIviA.Mldat" for office" ha mo t of the Illicit! mixing cf herae" \ An EUctric Dishwasher brings freedom You can have a boflUn ar portable Else

a sure thine made tf he can act aura in the very sections from merry, jooootooooa drudgery trio Dishwasher ia jour bom today.
the feitowlftff in hU cammaicjnspeedi of America where the crega--
**: Do you want a NYgro tlon lines anmost rigidly drawn cods slaving over steamy link of greasy A penny will main dkhea for 8 peoplstbctriaty -

mayor in y ur town How would dlshwmtsr.,1t mesas"ZXTIU noonsfew : U ti* li&ut ferial In ......
you like your dauchter to ao SANITY ,NOT EMOTION xoodsra living more "family hours" See your electric appliance daaler andplomhinf
swimming In a pool J with'c- All! tooftea the question of
jrroe* Would v u want your next equal rights approached In You an out of tba 1.itch.a.ln txxixuxtae contractor for tha dishwaabsr

door neighbors to bta lot ofhfte terms of intermarriage by fanatical vbso aa Electric Dohwashet talc over.Diahas that bust Sea your Beedc,
. .. lazy Negroes who segregationists and for far
wouldn't take care of their) too long a tkn '. the thlnkim cf glasswmra' aihnar pota and pan PiPtNO-HOT
WATER
property and would make yours the wh IP South has been colored are irashsd a tsed.-amiiitixed''by acalding always co Up
Jose value And of court* *r by this small but vociferous hot wmtar and dried sparkling bright with tat aH your rmma smi-famHy pseds
mustn't f ret the real vote and demagogic' segment of Itsfxipulation whan yoo ban a iUzae-free, ftaaa-
getting question would you As Benjamin Mays, hot sir. Your kitchen fa tide ,oar tree CLtCTTOC
want your daughter to marry a president of Warehouse College, bands stay smooth sad lord?. WATCPt KKATCfU
Negro? said recently hi an article, "as
It would seem reasonable that long as the issue is kept bi this =
after so many years thenMrabbler context it will not be solved for '
-u*>ng questions would the problpm f race must be sin .t k1rQU .z( Ii\
tft-
have died out from plain overue a larger" perspective Common
and repetition But unfortuna sense: ought to tell us that
them today Just. as well as It did off when each citizen is educated: PLORIDA POWER A LIGHT COMPANY
100 years a 10. And we mlg*t say to his fullest capacity. It will be NtLIIMI .UltO FLORIDA
with Just as much unreasonableness tragic if" the American people
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Jr. College Students
SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 PAGE 3



Being Tested r rda" XXVO <2 <

......"...... ENROLL NOW IN j w

Approximately 200 freshmen cf served by the college in its first SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
the first class of Dade County semester rf operation, for three
Junior College are being tested television courses are being offered
each day this week and next at for class credit and will be a Life Long Profession
the colJc.ooce'o centers Central aired over ducatkmal' Channel 2. ..
center at 1895 NW Mth st. and the beginning of a broad program Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
Northwestern' center at 7007 NW
which will eventually' ffer a
12th are. first step in the complete complete curriculum over TV 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4.99+

guidance and cxinseling Registration Is scheduled for full ..., ......, ..
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program which will aim to develop and partUme students as well as -
the full capabilities of each for TV students on Sept' 6-S at
student both college' centers.
While most of the studentswear Those
the eager scrubbed facet a
of the new high school graduate, 10 STUDENTS
many are h use-wives, veterans who
and working men who have been CONVICTED IN ---
unable to attend college before. Samuel L. Gay Jr., son of Rev.
With higher education avail and Mrs. S. L. Gay was graduated live in '
able at the Dade County doorstep GREENVILLESITINS on August 12 from" Tuskegee
many rung people who Institute with the B. S degree in
could' not afford to go away to physical! education. Mr. Gay was r
C'Ollf'Ce."IriU not have to interrupt also commissioned 2nd Lt. in the styledemand.. ; i/! -'
their studies. Greenvile' S. C. 10 Negro Army. /

Enrollments are in the acadmuc students were convicted of During his stay at Tusxegee hew
d1T lon. where courses n aJlLnl" at the S. II. .s a member' of the Institute
parallel the first two years of Kress O. lunch counter here reported and o'ncert choir vice presidentof
study at any university' in the Rev. J. S. nan, chairmanof the Red Cross treasurer of the
technical division which gives Greenville' CORE. ROTC. United Men's Congressand
the student competency for Immediate many other campus organi
Four other students, also arrested
rmptoynient In a specialty zations.Mr .
on August 9, were placedby
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of his choice and the basic Judge Hides: in the county Gay plans to further his
courses which would enable him detention home pending trial educatl n in the field of physicaltheraphy
to go on for a bachelor's degree' Their parents will stand trial <*n < His choice of school hi
and in the special degree programs August 22 for "contributing to Lnma Linda Medical College
including business fash the delinquency of a minor." The In Sn comadJn Cal
ion design' merchandising and
four students are Leola Clement,
criminology, also aimed at Immediate Alma Jean Jones Horace Nash 27 Young Sit-ins
further
employment or
and Leandra Drumnt nd. Those
study. convicted of trespassing were
(However Dr Kenneth Williams i. sentenced to 30 days or $100 fine. Convicted in Va.

president, emphasized that All are' appealing their convtc-
all course' would be offered en St Petersburg Va (CNS)
the college' level only and that tion.Rev Twenty-seven youngsters -
the two year education to be offered Hall says that the sit- ranging in ages fnvn 12 to 17 E
here at Dade O'unty JunIor ins will continue until Greenville" were" convicted of violating Vir
College would be equal to joins the 60-odd communities ,inla', anU-trerpaasing laws dur
any in the state, with credits' that have opened: lucnh counters' keg sit-ins at a bus terminal res.
transferable toward the bache They have shown that it c a n taurant on Augut 1 Four grown
lor's degree work in the south. Why net ups had been convicted in
Even the home-bound will be<< Greenville'" Municipal Court while the
youngsters were fined In the Juvenile


16 Miamians AmongFAMU I court Juvenile and Court Domestic Judge said Relations they GORDON'S! GIN

werenot innocent" and he with.
I held sentence until he receives' a
probation report.' They can be st nor hv a lasts for i

GraduatesTallahassee and fined 12 maximum months in penalty JsIL of $1.000 At tar tom. always ask for C

........ -< Omta'i mfktmrtr nmlno PIT Gut.So .

Education: and smooth tad *'...
the educated man play key rolesin COSMETICSMiami of seen ojflcaJ flavor...
a changing society opined: Dr. Attention Parents! %!- 'JW CM wjoy k STaAJOlmn. I" .
James P Drawlry president of
Clark College Atlanta, to the EnroU y ur child tn Petterson's Times Newapape, i .f
Nursery School 2337 NW 58th
summer at Fork graduating A&M University clast of 179 recently St. phone NE 3-4341 Transportation Call YUkon J.-W81 ..-. O UA. (GORDON
and hot meals
provided
Of this number 89 baehe. "'H
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for and 90 master degree were Licensed: by State Welfare Board "9tt4aW tar Mss,M hM.MU a'ti t. a l
eenferrrd by A&M Helen Martin Peterson' super .I r... yc, p.
visor S3 i _____
Sp e *4ng n The Role of Ed- - .-- -- -
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\k"ttteft In Snda! Chn a.. he n."VJliU&JJilJ !JfI'1 { tra 7IrJm YC'Ift 7a''&1nma.gMJ..ii.. .)lAlfllAJI&i
patafed<< out The role of eduoa. Labor Day ExcursionTo I
Men is to give intelligence and to
Key WestCome
pr vide irvtijhU and uader.standing i
FOOTBALL AT ITS BEST
of probkras of our society. \
." one. come all spend the
Labor Day weekend the Island
In \
Let us be proud of the great City The
excursion is

Negro teacher of the pat and sponsored \
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by S*ntnol- Chapter No.
present and be mindful that they 17 OES Ttundtrip' $7.00. \
wit! have f to
r years crane a
Bus will leave llth st and 3rd S
place In the teaching Job ofAmwican
ave at 12 noon Sunday. Sept' 4. WORLD CHAMPIONBaltimore
education" We have a \
special' reapcnsfeility as tescfcn Bus will leave Key West Monday
and educators si me face he at midnight For reservations *
challenge of today and days to call: Colts *
come." Mrs Jennie Rok r. NE 4-4S2A1 3
Am ng Miamians graduatingwere Mrs Mary Smith FR 3-2720
: (college of arts and adencec Mrs Lytrne McKinney. FR 1-244 4
bachelor of arts) Lois[ Mrs DoUte M Abel, FR 9-M14 VERSUSPittsburgh
Hogan. Ruthel) Blake. Be-tjr Mrs MatUe Notta e. CE 3-3069 5i
Brash Richard Gaskin An e- Sis Hattie Nonage. W. M. 5g 5I i
m-n Johnson. Oral Allen. Alon- Bo. Admiral Beneby.! W. PA27. Steelers I
ro Bruton. Walter Corington.
Dorothy Lee Ottilie Prather
Dorothy Sampson, Eugene Stracban. a
JOIN NOW! FRIDA SEPT. 2nd 8 j
p.m..
Graduate school master of Miami Branch ,
education: Arthur Coverson,
NAACPMEMBERSHIP
Connie Dilliard. Calvin MeKin-
ney. Tessie White. Richmond His, DRIVE ORANGE BOWL STADIUM i

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Tickets on sale at North's Travel Bureau and the

STAR MEAT MARKET Miami Carver Hotel 4 3t t


Prices: $4.00 $3.00 $2.50 \

\1 1520 Nw62nd Street SEATS HAVE BEEN MADE AVAILABLE IN ALL SECTIONS OF \

14THE THE STADIUM TO ALL PERSONS --- ia '

MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE For further information call FR9-6779 or FR 1.1633

This year aa never before the United Fund needs your b,.Ip. Proceed

from this fame will enable this organization to continue its great work.

You can help by attending this outstanding attraction. Purchase your

Fresh Meat-Low Prkes ticket at North's Travel Bureau or the Miami Carver Hotel.


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EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKCORE 'I

SIT-IN STUDENTS JAILED carD

On Wedneda afternoon 18 it-in students in training I'

at the Sir John Hotel) were jailed after fitting at

table in the Shel! City restaurant 5941 NW 7th Are

The trainees are part of a group of 30 that came to --

Miami to be trata d in ways to act in non-vieknt anti. A Ju:.':?, :d=::.:.-'ratjr cf the Xa- ether National scholarship: winner, left of

segregation: demonstration*. The workshop is sponsoredby I I I tlcr.aJ' Irst-tJte cf ( c- *tn': iCrd from Mr JuKus! is Margaret Mitchell also of

the Congress of Racial Equality. Jefar.d member of the executive boardof Baltimore Md and Marcus S. Lyons, New

On Monday they vMted downtown lunch counters the National Beauty ( ut: mta' League Orleans La who was the director of the

and reported courteous treatment at most places. Inc smiles as California Avemblyman, 1960 Institute graduation. The Institute

On \Vedn* 114 with 20 receiving special
at the Shell's City restaurant but not only failed they later one of the National 1,000 scholar graduated

were jailed. The group was quite orderly but failed toleave ship winners. Janie Saunders of Baltimore awards and honors as given by the Na-

after being asked to do so. They were told the Maryland. Others in the picture are tional NBCL president. Dr. Katie E.

waitr M were btny. extreme left. Pearl) Witcher of Va., the Whickam.

ArreM wa made under a recent state law that allows -

a restaurant to eject anyone who, in the opinon of -

the management itt a person whom it would be detrimen To Woman

tal for it any longer to entertain.A ( Was Jailed With Preachers

pan of the group was released on bond, while

others decided to remain in jail. God has never called a woman

Miami i te known as being liberal, and we would have CORE By ROBERT to preach the goepel and mover
0111 It elands
matters not who
hoped the training institute
would have completed its f r it or who Justifies It.Ln
work without such interruption. However, in the fight for I God be true and every man a
right the- things hapf.cn.'e will not be surprised if At 4:10 pin Wednesday I eetrend ftvup was, being that we had & (Ronx 3.4)
the Shell City r..eunnt nly kMM each other for a
many of our |Hople look upon the jailing of these people with three m-mbers of the CORE ah n time We", ..,. then moved God said, "I suffer not a woman
by the Shell' restaurant with some dL may. Institute' We took MU at the beck to the bud-" geloctiBgH to Kaoh nor usurp authority -
second' table heat wide the dow c--::1. over the man but to be ia al

METRO PRAISED My fr cp Mss Later foUutoM bv re WT' decided who were goo ienee" (I Timothy ::1%.) So how
.
four other groupc wtueh took .a: take bond and who *...ev.ne can a woman be a preacher -
This week Miami Beach was host to the National sat at tabs wfccfevcr they t stajr. Four persons including if the cant teach INnT Jews
Association of County OfTciais convening at the Fontaine- were available. my' e4f decided to take said to preachers (men) to "'0
bk-au Hotel. More b<>4 4 We ere then ye therefore and teach all na-
than 3,000 delegates attended the When I tat down. I was ex- aepartedfruen UnMatt 2B.1W.) God Mid
three-day meet. tranelp nervous It took m* five UM rM fhe group and for a woman to b" shame-faced
mlfiut t hgM a ci.rrtte. Th- put 'n another cell n"re'e re-
she
On the (1 Tim 23) How can
program Wt're County Manager .
O.
Camp maiAfd ueul 3
idea that somebody wa gnut viol when we preach God told his preacher
bell and Ben McCahey. chairman of the Metropolitan hit me or spit on me vat 1tNd. were" bailed out by Jim McCain (men) to be bold as a -=.
Hoard of Commimtonem. Manager Campbell described .I ly ft tn through my mted I asru sate duvet r of CORE.
Metro as "th* first local governmental knew from the CORE d'ctriae: : t>jr.n< w'v fcrtt encouater with G d said "Let your women
to meet the structure designed that if I was tut I could mirlke the law I taut admit I WMf" ry keep scene in the churches."
mushrooming growth of modern clues back I was hoping that aervow Nd scared Miff. But the (1 Cor 134). How can anercri
lie told of Metro's many political attacks and law. we would b* served and tfMt experience 1 M proved to be areaarding ; if she is not allowed to
uiU which on*. set the churches: In order?
were all defeated and mentioned many of its everything would fo alMe
accomplishment He cited a re-organization that imoo move
brought 38 might be arrested Tkto had not man bucMwe I went to jail< the young women Titus 23.4.
serrate departments into a 17-unit organi even crowed my mind for certain m gal ('O,".('lOfY in Told the young women' to marry
zation. At 54S: pjn. we were approach w.at'1! I beiievvdBethany and bear children (1 Tim. 3:14.)
Chairman lk also ..d by the of the
n McGahey spoke of Metro's suece.v manager Pease tell me what Bible
He wiul that Miami has already cracked many logjams restaurant and a police o-ffiNr. Jr. au table Academy
Everyone at my was asked preach the gospel
to leave the a1abU #mot and Bn.. RoDe
Theoptous Cyril
"The fJexlYlit speed and pertinency with which kj t id that the manaynmml 5001 N.W. 25th Avenue OX 1-5295

local problem. can be treated is one of the most important ,I Rlt oare to serve UI.'e tuii 1510 NW S7th St.
contribution that our Metropolitan experiment the police officer that he would NE 4.0743

make to the conduct of local government over the nation.can" I have kew.n.The to spHkQ. the group R..tUtlO for school aad Excursion to Key
'P lund held
Both adiiret-ei on Aug
were well received
the
by delegation. poi ce officer and the 90 aad 30 fran Id am. t3 pjaTu.tton West Labor DayA
manager then proceeded to the for pupils ia grade 1-8.
other ubki and asked the othermrmberc Uuo p.rte&; grades 7-10
Labor
KeyWest
Day excursion
of the Institute to leave $5 09 week
Oerutderalionwnll
per
will be held 5. Round
Sept
FBI Probes The group kesmen' tried to be given for
Union sp two or more .
County'sVoter the trip $6 00 Buses leave corner NW
negotiate 'with manager, but ria.1dA
We 69th It. and 17th ave, 4 am-; NW
was snored were then M-
Kindergarten rates are $3.00per 3rd ave and 11th rt, 4:13 and
coiled to a paddy wa on. w-rek f r one child and $6.00 Christ Church 430.
Parish Hail :
I must My that all of the arreftinc -
per week when picked : \ discount For
Registration up tickets contact Keep-U-Neat
oflxw: were, very polite
'
and c tirteoua. is men .d" two or more Cleaners 1111 NW 3rd ave
children School bu run di., or Dttvld Julius Sunlight BaulyScho
LJt'le l"n.DD C->un> jaIl t' and from Opa Locka ,4, 1011 NW 2nd ave. Sponsored -
east Florida ts one of f.ve more !'|I U is wrhm their Jurisdicti! n. I at about 6J: 0 p.m. We were then' But:n 'S. subfrct. "01:1:i be by Sacred Heart Guild of
southern count.i to l>e tnvesti- would" expect than to investigateif frisked f r weapons., This was my taught in the eve ..:ag. Incarnation Church A2T
gated by t: vlo: OD of Negro voting ri hu. The It look !like a fraternitypaddle
; ; registration supervisor at '. .-..
said the Justice Department last Lake nut:... Mid three Negroeswere connected to ? generating -
Thursday box The fTjcr doin the friik-
registered now in Union
Althougo there are 2.4S3 Negroes County, one Republican and two tile of told me to take everythingout FOR RENT 3-BEDROOM APT.
Dockets and
of v Unit age. then are no D-moeraU She kneof my place my
no
known Negro voters Attorney trouble with Negro I hand on the desk in front of me With Urge porch.
voting rights Newly
. I was then taken t. the 23rd painted. Really clean, open
Genera William Rows i\!
that Unton ft'ar.d to be a Chief Dvputy A. A. Sweat fi**>r. I thoik. and put in a rUthat on four aides, refrigerator and stove, hot and cold
said "N ro can and'
reguter
% resembled 4 bjtt cae. water, furniture. $22 week.
"C'IcAlfT c.uatyy"The I v..te like anybody else." t Along with the other Institute
white population t* abut Other counties to be
inspected
members I remained :n t w"t rage 2345 N.W. 56th
3W2 and 2.WB are regkttered.The are Gwinnett Ga. Bokvar LeFlore for about three hours while we StreetCan
Justice D.fMtrt :nent noted and Forrecl counties' in
were being proceMed (bo ked.) be Seen
anytlmt. Whtn .
that a few Negroes had registered MiMlMippi We were then mOto another yea s1 It call owner. Leave your
in 1W. but m 19S8 they were -- - cl where we remained address and ht will call on you, Tel. number on sign en building

no longer rtgiatered. another two or three hours Here
GoY. LeRoy C Ulna said that Don't Fret Fight! we prayed together and built up -
be received no complaint of racial each others inspiration. It was wKnmHBiHl BMBmHHnMBB9IBBJBSeCmVrAdvertising !
I discriminatlGu from Union I Join The NAACP amazing bow conceive! the enure in The Miami Times Pays Off



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\" '" -.. ..Iww*-Jg .. .JJ$J."tJ;;, .A Mr. and Mrs. Staffed CoakJey. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Mr. and Mrs. William Evans. Mr. ,

r and Mrs. Charles Wyche, Mr. and I SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 PACE 5
.- THIS and Mrs. Jestice Richardson, Mr. and
1 ),Irs. C. Algood ard Dr. and Mrs.
E T. Taylor.
CROUMEL STRACHAN

:;* THAT -. out WEDD1 f G BELLS will ring Contiued from page 1 Contiued from page 1
...f. r two of Miami's caanning
I young kdies. Doss NELLIE MAE talented In her sans class. '
BARR, a teacher at Dothune Elementary She was the only Silver Knight a daughter Janett. his parents,
By; RUTH td. POUTKFREEDOM School and Mr. WILLIAM nominee, spans red by the Miami Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Strachan of
Herald, out of her graduating 1749 NW 55th U In Miami!, one
w -------------------..-..-..-. --- ALPHONSO WILDER
--------------------- brother Rudolph and sisters
wall be married Sunday; August clas. two
'tTb whole earth ft un MI *""w ioix< .ir, Ww ama u ,121. five o'clock at St. Ann African Jacquelyn was also selected as Mrs. Harriet Arliae and Mrs.
the temple. of freedom tad the quite a rspect person ui UM Orthodox Church 2481 NW one of this year's debutantes but Helen Stubbs.

heavens themselves the dome thatcovers .>..4.wr. *j* ui. t Cu mt Guattyae ttth stMiss could not accept this honor because Strachan starred at halfback
it. Its spirit moves Where Toe Mas.ns ana iioy Scour Barr is the daughter of of religious reasons. for BTW before being shifted to

ever men are learning to do Jus, .....u ...au .* one oi tueu' lure- Rev. and Mrs. Obedlah Barr. Her Mss., Croumel won a $4.000 fullback when he enrolled at

Ute to each other even it the m.... sr4uer Js *uu le.uaen. ILL* fiancee |I' the s n of Mfr, and Mrs.. scholarship to attend Fisk University n fida A and M in 19M. He

cost of injustice d:oe. The principle .war..... 6.0"" U. u a teacher a* lit- Rufus Wilder of Charleston S.C. the schJarship being made Ail-American in 1938 when
that men are responsible to +enu WW Utah \>.. $*..anuS that in music however being an he played with Hank BtiU'r

each other is at work, and .J .:awes lot. **>* oy jteu Tau Mrs. Mew Jaouon oa made Adventist she prefers going where John D. Harris and Tom Jones in,
.4. wwt.
wherever it works it will grow .4etx 01 Leas 1104 iteta.uie knon. the nagcment of heroungat she will be best suited and that probably the greatest Rattler

with exercise. That principle, Se.u uu > daugntcr, Jacquclia place being Oakwood College. backfield ever.' That year Florida
and no other, applied In detail to mwU14 Ul We Virginia, to l>avd day. lie la the This recital will help her scored' 238 points to their n-
.
the facts of their own lives has G. ***. m ******u. were hula son ol Mr. and Mrs. Henry Clay achieve this goal. eats 7.Services. opp

produced the constitution of .c-.u.uv....,. U\UW, ncr :.star. Mr. f Kxjbmood Va. Miss Farrington, a native Mlamian 1
free nations It has raised + .NdC. .air ana Air*. tiaajoannie for Mr.
treat Miss Jackson graduated from and most important, a Strachan will
armies willing to die, that in their! e. t.Nza? Davi. Airs.ine Carver oderful be heid Saturday
dust that '"::'.1lD,) aeanwgs itign in fie class of 50. w pianist and vocalist. in DeuoH. Person
principle ( WlCImoW.'
may live" She was a member ot tae Junior She is a graduate of Oakwood desiring to send cued tend

THE NATIONAL joung mauuns. uwest Club.. Academy and plans attending the may address them to 16154 Normandy
Colored Women's Association of uviie ia iMvannan. Ga social ac- The marriage will take place college also. Detroit, Mich. '
be-
Clubs. are
.NACWC is ,the eldest organiza The *ug too&aceu by toe vuul ol Saturday, Sept. 3 at 8 o'clock in Miss Farrington won the scholarship Mr. Strachan family motored
tion of Its kind in the United Mia. twito tDMTAKUS (Mary the evening at St Paul AME. given by the South Atlantic to Dctr it Wednesday morning

States. This august croup ended hoe: eii inuixuy evening and Churcb in Coconut .. C.nference of Seventh Day for the funcraL

seven days of provocative meetIng wu return ,.n or betorc August Adventist.
woven around the i* to itwuoM tettcsung cfiore at BIRTHDAY GREETINGS to
tion theme "N.,. Frontiers conven for 1 Lily C. tvana. iUemenury; scfioo. Mesdames Virginia J fcnson. Ruby I ------ --- APTS. FOR RENT

Women and Youth." UUMun, Alma Taylor Gloria f the road through which east

D! ." ROSA L. CRAGG of De Me t. and 14,.. KOUUKT A tUuootpo, Miriam dark, Lucilleu.cfiatuun mutt ,.o alone, and there in a Efhelencles'

troit was re-eI< term .t president Other re-elect 1 anu m.r: aster' Mi4\&., iVA." nave l'>oo*, Hoary Wmi, Mary Davis, .lAN His own. Beyond the 2 BedroomsGo
ed officers' were Mrs. Mable L. spent a deUautXui vacation Viwltu4 .\1 NUa. Code !'tech. UiysacaAlwtti gate y-ur loved one finds ha.,-

Neely. Birmingham, historian and w.u uiuuiut. Ai.txc4tT gnat J OU llaywood. Uie** and rest, and there i* to
.
Louella Goff,, Covioitoo, Va. W .UJ and tncir lanuuea. Ate. c.mfort in. the thouj&t that Rent Office
chairman of the executive coun ..w....efA a an uni>*4>>re. vf Uie A NOTE OF SYMPATHY., to thefamilies loving God knows best. a 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
elL rtv.rae government ep New Yo 'it of Mesdames !:u glee
,,-.y. ,1.4 wu tf THE BEST IN TOWN
a.rest cutnmefCiaa Wilson, Emma Doyl*, Tbeima THOUGHT FOR
Newfcr elected TilE WBEK:
officers were* gnu duty a torivuv tau McGee, and Stanley Stracfian."There's I
Mrs. Every Save
Mamie day gives
B. Rc ce, Albany. Hess in *>n* \UfL M nerva u you anutht'sabantce. money
> a
Ga. first an open gate at the end .
vice president; Mrs. *ate i cheer in Orlando. 1>e- I
Edith Rob&oi. n. Flint Mien.. ..a.tliu4 lu.,, the Croiojs.WCDOLNG .
first .
recording' secretary; Mrs. -
Juanita Brown, second' recording .
ecretary; Mrs. Inex W. Tiruley ANNlVUtSAlUtSTwenty
Boston, third recording -one years ago Aug. H,
Mrs. Mamie E. Fields, secretary.CharlN- Mr. and Mr*. DANlUu It. FiiAN-(
tat S.c.. treasurer. CIS toiemniy excaangvd nwntjivuwa.
Mrs. fields Tu commcro' rate the ocr -
as ne of th*
women in. Federated' key *.QQ a bit of pleasant trtrury
Clubs
in was connived in the faUowtagrvanner
the at
oa. She is
a past presi .-
dent of the South Carolina Mr France "pi e r& :
of Colored Fderation on the Men's Day pr.4ram at W'

Clubs._During. .her administration W.'mt'ft's services Hermon Church and after' the _J
uere over encouragedMrs.
>w w."
ceiewated
their
anniversary by 50th Francis and daughter Dan. .r '
pubU.h1OUr
Book of Gold" which )"au to ride uut" to International 3
increased
their coffers by raisin, Airpurt f r j breath of air They .
14,000hkb was Wed* more t', main-than dad On the way home they drosded 1 (4 ,
tain their to pay DEAN DAVID 11
project
Wilkinson Marian Burn DOUBS and wife a viit. They
home is Home for Girls. The did, Here Mrs Francis was surprised -
founder named In honor of the a,ith an IRnlVf'fMr 1'n-
and J
screw first president cf I ner fit for a f| *'n of 21 years .
wrote the During her Lfetime she The dinner .i' been arrange ,
Women's foilowinr> The Cub by .tn..nd hu-oand" Dan WI ')

la." A Beauty Culture Formu the asaiatance of the !>>bb ware ', 1
large
dose
and of prayer, night their loyal friend and wh ehome r toy \
m
freely. of rning the after which quaff they shared' when they first !! +
elixir
FATM of HOPE/ and cam to Mane to l.vr li>fne t /
;
With the anoint the whole body point of the oonaiOQ cee wtwn
tOVE. precious! ointment of the anniversary eafce Mess.
Apply gener uly t brou ht m The 'MBrapuOwr
the soothing lotion of SERVICE and 21st Anniversary Sue ':'' Dan !i : t .,
a.erkiing
IASM.. Turn power of ENTHUS I NO"' out dad the other dcosrai. -
h Id a woman to the daM and be .i. oa the cake to the dettgttt
shining rejuvenated of of the honoree. Met shier and ahucbaad "r
'
countenance. face the ALOV2O rAN-
beams
with the oaf
radiance{
tion devo NI.VS The fMtivtUe were exciting -
to other"ADorn.
to DANV.SU who has made

the cockles of her parent heart
and PEOPLE That grand glow with great joy and happiness
MIX gracious 1a
m. rrw THOMPSON_ ?/*:.-....and- -her_ hand- In HoUywumi Mr hoe ,gees \ .
Thursday-- -M "- u'n, leon the city LEO STOHR (Dorothy) ,f M40 d

morning for M ark NW 27ta M., Hyde Park celebrated
Haven Beach, Va, and Hisjaland I taeir wedding aaaivenary The,.,..teary"of Lin arad.....UendltJa Goard-.Tbe tiUdral.Ieft

house Beach Md. They will be the at their Jotj borne on Saturday to. right ai* Tract; Uend try. Jd Tool; aad Tati "My doctor .....
guests of Mr and tbair formulaa ". Mra Gowd.Ua&EngineeringScientista
liam Gordon of Mrs. Wil July 30. The recent rimwvatkrns I BBandad Carnation for every. ,

and Dr and Mrs.Washington DC and decorations added Ie I

lea of Tarboro. N.C.Mitt .n QuU- their h-ro provided a atmful former Olympic athlete
MRS COLLEEN setting for the hundred guts I
PINDER lit woo came to wiah them of :

plans erally so snapped that she off could her attend vacation the continuous happiness. years helps raise his own"team"on Carnation

commencement; exercises at The buffet was laden with tasty i
FAMU. Saturday. foods appropriate f r tae
reason ORAL A. Aug.ALLEN.e. The hr caston. A Caiyps band prw "C.// You may remember fbi trac: atar days ol CarDadoa becaaIe: It ptI more m11k DOUrIab-
s n-in-law "FlubGourdJDa member of tha Into the '*
was graduated with musoc for the evening until tfc* Meredith meat jroungsten.

There the bachelor of science( degree early morning houra ,! 1952 Olympic track team. )..In.00urdJM adda:"And because: I can be

.* her to share this t'XPl"nMCf'w. The St rrs rucejvd ma ay j Mr. Gourdine. FhJ. ia now cadet of the Wed lib cream-It even: ..bJwI th % the

family Rev.youngest Father sons and his beautiful and useful. gift E*.ft Magneto Hydrodynamio Raaeaitfa Labor. fat calories: ol creaml II us* It in all my cookmf .

Pinder. Neaon W girt was uienesl by tae eery4e, ; i tory at Piaamadjma: Corponrfinn ia SaaU for mnolhrr reaulU-lika this allure

and warm words of IPlKWtieo Ana CsiifoshIL> proof cwtard.lr.never' watery,always firm

One of our prominent bujcnau- were expressed to all guests I "My wife. June baa a bout!...1 oleaten beut7 and Carnation b the secret Carnation In
roes CLIFFORD (Cliff Mrs Storr u a bcefiaed ", ac- tberedandwyiacaoUthaworiaafavorita.recipe .
) B AK3"txsal to food he dedarm.18te ooob tat .
and his
and ia tae
equally pr .minent broth nurse now on I
er. LEVY. who tries In For t staff .t Jacka n Memorial Hospital r-----'

Pierce returned from Pacific She received ].er traialeg 1 : ,..__ _.. -"-. --------- ____
Coast vacation wttch was filled at th* Northwestern High School .

with exdteramt, rest and fond renter for Practical Nurses. She "Failure-Proof" Beet tns edtente to BtatwetL Four
memorirc of friends graduated the daM of 19SSURPRISE
Angeles in the Los ia I Carnation Ca tad cuatard into 6-1 b baklaj> dUfces; '
and San I
FrancUc areas. :: SURPRISE.! At
the hevRt? of the rvcepfaon Mr I I I.... U area-4.aderdel. aprlnUe Im auk Put dbhee.tocuttard .

MRS. ARTirURINir OlA tom Thomas Storr, brother of the I 4 CIII 2W dwP. P PO. ...t.SrotaadI

brilliant science taac&er at Car host placed an ecgigtsnent ring I V4 ClIP cranuiatedV swat ......
vet High School is now is B'a- on the finger of MARY NESBETT 1 aaK
teaspoon
Bake to wa4wste swSS (3 o't.)
ton after having stopped in many Everyone had a delightfultime. i "
1
rm'v to tNipoolll" 4040 mtarta taunt knife todnesillemoM '
visit relatives enroute. Congratulation and best *. or
%
She will return to the city next *.ishs to the Starrs and Miss. I 1 cup water a.w ales cuatant COMa out EYADORJIDK

week. VeabettJfAPPY I I J%asI (IarII cu) from w tar aad ooeL. 5 I J
vAdUuted CNtHAnoMtW
Vacatf-n bound are Mr. and WEDDING Anniver I f:. CVAKMAnDafiUv a Add........JOU....
a I r a. HERBERT
WULIAMTbtT S. pry greetmgs are extended to ry... pr10rd',
motored to Tampa and then Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Chandler.:



TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Lawyer Defends FREE EYE CLINICThe AT BUNCHE PARK


PAGE 6 SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960J& Mr That I The \ of F"rlffa Wars I Bunche Part Shopping! Center
Campy I Auxiliary Pod 6693 of QpaLocka from 9 a.m. to 5 pan.
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and Dade County Opto-
Hubby't "No Angel" 1 metric' Awwlatton .wish to announce Children must be accompanied
the annual Free Ey* by parents or have the permission

:.-err York Mrs Rutheta Checkup far all children ares 7 slip below signed by pa.

< aI Oars retained *rmer to 17. on Tuesday. Aug. 23 at the rents or guardian.

Justice of the Densest Relations I

BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE court Hubert T. Ddan-' I TO BE FILLED IN BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN:
defense
ey a* her lawyer in
against her' famous h sbarid*1

I NASSAU REMAINS THE GEM Franco WIham: O*:ma*. Carl cult for ? U.faM .', Name of child ................................................................?......
! OF THE CARIBBEANS Giboa Cult n Flnley. Dr. maintatninc that R+yr Campaaella -

Just 190 ajr-mi.e; aoulbeaet of Howard A 1Iadk11r and Mra.Cher' "is II; setts}" I Age .................... Sex _._............
Johnson and a numberof
M wn. l lies Nasaaj. Bahama, thetth others
"A Vet of damaging hiJs may
Baitama ft port Island and capital of the come" Ottt in court' testimony. Address ...&........................M. City...................
and truly one THOMPSONS USUAL GOOD
He believes
began Mr Delaney'
of the nerves of the entire Caribbean
*. HOSTS that Campanelta's physical condition School) ................................................"...... Grade................
has dfarturbcd his thinking

As has been the mi duringthe Acting J Solicitor General Maxwell "and h+ is misguided by so- ?No ( ) Yes ( ) : All the time (..)
past several seen a..in this Thompson and hU congenial called frrnds and hangersenx Does child wear glasses

\i-ar. M WM.... prhtJejfe to spend wife, as usual proved' to want to feel for him.'*
sorry
r good port.on of mv vacation in be tome of the finest hosts in the For distance ( ) Near ( )
N'aaiMW I arrived in the pflfwltr cit.: Following the close ;t the He described Camp,', seeking '

report city on July :30 and returned convention I wus well enter foil custody of hU three young I hereby direct the survey committee andlor the sponsoring -
to Miami August 8 Need I ta.ned by She Tlunpsan at their children as "foolish" and explained ; to conduct visual evaluation on
palatial home, group a survey my
sav to you what it w.. anotherg at well as theirany "He '"1 uld have to prow
-rat tune, wet! en' >"ved and one
that will: be long renwvnbcred. Ala sharing in the south beach an unfit mother and he Justran't of parent or guardian
,
entertainment were Mr. and Mr*.
f/ta,- I
any court that this
ANNUAL ELKS CONVENTIONIn Jerome II GrenudfINVITATIONS
'
hat been
truf' The former

additln< to the countless FOR FAREWELL Dodger star-catcher U alleging Annual State TeaThe
other! attraction which I visited BALL BEING MAILED "extreme and inhuman cruelty"
while, :: in ...u. I also attended In the separation hers' he has EXPERT WATCH AND
as! a sj jeat the annual convention Invitations for the annual Stu filed in :Nassau County Supreme Ep>eopaJ Ctyirchwomen of CLOCK REPAIRSAll
of the ......' Association f dent's Farewell Ball whleh o urt." the Church of the Incarnation

E'k"hk'h i""** >n th < city July comes off .n Thuf'lday1"0. l vtteOU to attend our Fifth work guarantttd
Sept 1 at 1 o'clock Annual Sate Tea at the Breeze
31 ntl'Olt.ib
August 3 The convention at the" Harlem
40 Yarn .In .".. ...
under the ktu Square Ballroom are new being ton Alumni Association. *.y
!: t resident. Dr. Jacks Bun1 mailed. The Invitation should be en Sunday, August 28 at 4 Andrews' Jewelers
n. proved" to be one of the 'in the hands of the various students The affair Is designed' aa a fitting p.m. A wonderful and nterest.ng -
nnent V its kind ever witnessed and others who will attend and timely sendoff to all of program u planned f..r 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
any where The theme of the the affair by August 20. the students from Miami who you. FR S01MBARGAIN
convention' w u "Mueation' and However aa usual anyone who will be toivlng for college during Mrs Leola Johnson. Pre*.
In appropriate <"rmcjt was has not received hit Invite by the months of September or October Fr Diaha Clarke vicar
I August 22 Is asked. to kindly call I and will be of special' significance Mrs Dorothy U Weaver
Highlights of the convention in person or phone the downtown i to thOM students who Sec Prat:motion
included: the Memorial Strvlet office' of the Miami Times, art going to college foe the first A27 IN
and the Civil Liberties program, at 1M2 NW 3rd ave TO I-22JI tl", .. That's the annual Students'
whICh were held on Sunday. July and alumni personnel will be Farewell Ball, Thursday evening LADIESSHOES
31 at the Western Senior' School.A happy to supply him with Invitations Sept t at the Harlem Square.
concert and dance held that for himself and frltnds. Chow, Chow

night at Fredd-j Munnings'' popular You may also make your table'
Cat and Fiddle' night' club; reservations at the. same offke. Puppies A.K.C.
the grand outdoor parade held CANCELLATIONSAND

Monday afternoon. August 1. the I The attire and atmosphere of Excellent watch and
dog
oratorical' contest held' that Monday the ball will bt strictly collegiate' t.....- I pet
night at St. Benedict's Hall. and all 'Indications point to the .. All color SECONDS
and the grand ball Mid Wednesday fact that this years attractionwill i *-$50 and up

night at the Cat and Fiddle' | bt the greatest In tht srlta "CIRCUSSSEAHui !
AN-LU
CHOW KENNEL 561 N.W. 29th
of St.
which brought the convention to Students' Farewell Balls a oe.lOf'fd
an end. I! by t** Booker T. Washing ,w I.s..r..sb..1 s..d
I .....". i..gs.ir r 5158 N.W. 32nd Ave.
Principal speaker at the Civil I ILiberties' .
..
I hrfp-p p.'p Mf
program was Carl | ..,.., sd........., Advertise! It PayslCEASaR'S !
Francis, headmaster at the South ,_.."&M.-.. ,.
ern Senior. School. Mr. Francis HARLEMClothing
.,
Gore as d.q 1. ..
delivered' a very masterful address .......... .... s... 1
which was well received. : Center r n>r.a M.irIesI UNIVERSITY OF
The grand parade Is still the
.. ...,
talk' of the community.CVvin BEAUTY CULTUREMOST

1337 N.W. 3rd AT n ALL I ui n NOW
K.tnp. a student at ..'. odM.>.to wits wrV fO..) MODERN IN
August C >!lec of Na .*'.. THE $OUTPf"Fascinating
,.,..... .,a....*..
a. th.innf'r, of the oratories)
has a newly air conditionedshoe -1UJtII.M.DOAIf-.-.dlCs.ii Work
1<. theme of )uv. nile delmquefl- i f''J.JO
and. clothing
cOthers who competed in the dapartment Hair-Weev Training Center in The South
cnn'rot and the order in which ToY a4v..t Wn........ t.ea.
t*irv f.n.shed: were MiN Cynthia at lowest price Shop roust ua ..ages ueuaaa: Write today for further information

H ey of St John's College: Mao
and
II r+ithv Francis of St. John'sfVV save here. EAQUARIUmIAIKiEr'S 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue
Yam! Florida
.e: Dudley! Williams .* ,
.hr Werieen Senior School andK 0SHOP ON sicxanartcxu cauuwaoar.

..n..'d Miller rf St. A..1k.a ..
'..' HERE ----- __
.
( Jr.. r ,- -- ---- -
The grand pageant depicted the a..ws.4.n -

t,.undiof of the first T.mi ie of SAVE HERE RUPTURE PILES o PROSTATE
Daurt'< 'viter Elk in the Bahamas.ri .
oh is Rucelstor Tvsnple No. I Rectal Disease Varicose Veins

37 wei 4C'h" the laier Temple to '
Eir *a Ixxlfe No 114. the oldtt. I 'ad, M'"T "OB"g"1"1 office treatment at law( M-

n ."*' .......... I y.Tf'i'L' 7*. Avoid' surgery and h..pltallutl.i Why
CUT.IATE wear .
The Daughter BlJu" meetings STOREThe delay ..BCONSULTATION< get worse,

were" led b*' President Mildred .
FREE
Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome Special. .
Moxry nl the B.haana* Ass eia- : medieatlon treatments.
?-,!? of Daughter Klk. and MrU 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. I cent, blood pressure. sinus. diet for arthritis, neuritis. ul.
Phone
FR anemia
4.2376 .
lost
an Arc+.T. d.strfet deputy of men vigor chronic diaoaea
and
Thr grand bal! br>.fight out wom.n.DR. .
'
e :*nr at the leading citiien ol the The finest products at Cut Rate Pries LONG'S .
CLINIC A General, ,
commucUty and went down mlfttorv Potner'a Health Service
( as another event !.'e't t.. Bergamamont Vavlna Vanlahlng" Cream 1545 *.W. tat St, FR 3.J74S .
U rcvawmberfdTMI Hair Dressing. ..._....... .11 (tn sale) .... .. .._.. .18 REDUCING
I Longald Hair DrMalng .. 1.00
year the host 1 its. mlernp'e Swamproot ... ....-... .7S ". t.n Griffin| Liquid Wax
were Curfew Lodge 11 s 2 (on .1.) .-...--..-._.. .11 I
end Curlew Trmnle Aifl Next' Father John ............ .71 US
sear t*>e can\entkn w." ab>omrct I Cjrdul ............ .................. 1.ft Madam Walker Ointment .60 i!

: in Maaaau at which time Earrings .... ............. .10 to .71 S. S. Tenl .... ....... 1.4S US RECORDSAllj$3.98

Eureka. will Lodge be the and hot RxceUiorTemple OPEN DAILY 4 SUNDAY 1 A.... to 10 P.M. I

Among viattin Elks and JOHN A. McMINN. Owner

Daughter Elks w. attended *tte i
C'M'f'ftCnt.r.! W. 0 Perry Sr L IPs
;
president' of the Florida State -- $2.98

Association of Bk! : Ze Rradv iJJ -

grand or.-.nl HI': B Uv Johnson I
d rrctor of education ,f .outhpj '. i I
F''T da and Bkrtt J PieaeDatiehter
EJks were M.> I E oMIAMI
T'nmas: Fl yd. wrJdent -fSie :'1-;:'
Daiwhter Elk: Mrs J('$<..;('
G 'CK. district: de eutv.; Mrs '
Madge Kelly Mr*. Lottie John- I Z ?
eon and Mrs Btoneva Monroe I j I r' l' h
I Nt +f
ti*
MIAMIANS VISITING I 1.

A-nonc tier Miamiaiw who
v:'.tftl S..oats during the tame I
wn there are Ms.shames 1.o I.:tll
McKcntk. W 0 Parry and two R e ,
en: .:d....; MYMe Prisettla )taJ.>r. Agee DtLIVLRT DRUG ; -

G oria &WHM. Lrra4ne Sawyer..
JuanIta Hum at and AnioeeltePuya
!; WUife WUt tRii. Shadtie

Ward MaurKwVIUim. Eujene HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA r


H N Tz1iI% SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 PAGE 7





I; Our Past This Week .


s AN ANP FEATURE

.. AUG. 14, 1875 Samuel Cole tl

ridge Taylor, n,,tcd composer -
I .. w. born London, England.. "School For Sit-Ins" 1
"
I: "'*''''Y'''': AUG. 15. 1886 Dr. Monroe N. Featured in LookA

... Y Work, world famous scholar
and author of Negro Year
A 2tf-yer-okd btetogy
*: Book, born in North Carolina
ma) r at Virginia State Cetfeffe
AUG. 17. 1886 Marcus Gar.vey tells why she has become part 6r
-e. f.tinder of the Universal the ".-1n movement m .n art"**
./ Negr Improvement Association School For 9it-m in Look
which fostered thetheory ; Magazine this week.
0. 7 of a black economy Prindlla Washington, a number .
born In Jamaica. f the I..tf'ftlbuf'l Improvement
5 F 1 Association says shupiy, "I
AUG. 18. 218 DC Hannibal a
finally have the opportunity to
black man commandingbtark ttaml up for wetiiifljj' I believe
betas his march
men In."
7gTHE through Spain and France' The f 4eture f t
and over the AU* to Switzerland I'
and Italy. the training of a sit-in points
I out:: "IMncilUi ad the other p'
AUG. 20. 1791 The Haitian young ?NYgroe wfto are pert "f
rctoelll'n under the leadership what they call -the Movement"
EYES HAVE IT Liberian and participating in Israel's little "point-four" of Joan J. Dessalaines have no desire to beenme

Israeli nurses cooperate in treating an program include Ghana Nigeria, French began. martyrs. They do not hate the

eye patient at the famed lIada!'.ah Hospital Sudan, The Congo. Senegal and others. -- --- whites in their c mmunitfc Hut.
they know how futile all other
in Jerusalem. The Liberians are Many Africans have turned to Israel) in Don't Fret Fightl t tI I attempts to end segregation have
-
among hundreds of Africans who are receiving recent years as a "pilot plant" for technical been They're tied of waiting.brrauM .
I
I
specialized training in various ( agricultural, economic and scientific Join The NAACP waiting, has never helpcod"

fields in the Jewish State. African states idaRie.I I

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Debbie's Playground DRIVER'S LICENSE !

I Investing Your Money Nursery School and

Kindergarten BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'SERRY'S
By PAUL QIOSON is ava.Iable; to everyone. I I
Next week we discuss h w Back to School Registration
Last week' we talked' about everyone can get the ffiridance begins August 22.
how the companies who guaranteed and advice that the millionaire' Give your child the best In eduCation -
ua our 2, 1 or 4%, made u gets and how we can become under guidance. lit meals MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
much M 2.000, on the money "hundred' -aires." and iiMurod transportation lnctuded -
they Invented in order to guarantee 4800 NW 24th court. 6262 NAV. 15th Avenue

urn our interest. BTW Teacher j Phone NE 54062. NE 48315.
This week we are going t ih* Yew may also contact Perry's OX
CUM' how they matured to do Attends Science Florist f r information at FR I 1-5283.--
I
thia. 4-128S 524 =. ",_
Strangely tingle one of Institute ,
every - ------ ------- -------T----- -- -_
these institutions banks, savings -
and leans and Insurance The I960 Summer Science Institute -
companies' put that money Into at Fik Uatv.,.." for For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
investments which guaranteedthem Junior and armor high who I
nothing. They took a risk- teachers ha* jut concluded and
a calculated' risk it's true but 64 tired but hat.7 teacher have
each of them invested in businesses not returned to Hwir home cammunitie BONDED COLLECTION I
mortgages or stacks and for aa her year of ...ryln -
bonds none of which has a .
guarantee
Thee teaeh'n took cojfw* m
On my desk right now Is the
biology physMs and .
exi .ry.
1950 annual report of one of the and hard
outatadiag lector 1 in
larger insurance companies. This there. flekk They also m4e a AGENCY Inc.
shows that $291,800.000
report
field trip to Oak HUfe (at mc
was Invested in bonds. $3,711.00 ewergy aM Dedtn ATM .
**
was invested' 1 in! preferred stocks (mlutl..> Thee experfcitcvtgreatly
and over $130.000.000 was Inverted
) .
broadened their sci. i.f.vc w
In mmon: stocks Plenty bor oDl.
of risk here, on the face of It. '
To quote from this annual report Among the teacher" attend \
"During the last six yean, mg and lurttttpatuig was Alfred The largest collection and rental
while 163 C million was added to J Shoot** vf B uker T Wasngtun *!-
the total investment account: Hh School agency in the South; operating in
there was an increase of 2O6J .
million in the value of the portfolio -.i.
The difference can' be largely NEED CASH Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
attributed' to the appreciation
in common rtodc values." $25 to $600PL8.3653 Housing areas

If my money increased: Ute
that -awredate" it too.
To further quote from the report L. L. BROOKS, Prtsldtnt'
"In 1969 income' frctn IDEAL LOAN CORP.

bonds$12.181.613 and stocks- aa increase amounted of 12.to 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.zwmszu MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

2% over." the comparable 1934figures. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

This 12% m:re than makes up BROWARD COUNTIES
for the 4% decline in purchasing
power .e talked about. Here
then is the answer for beating
inflation A glance at the statements it vStraighten Ii N'IfJtifZ'2Pi

of any of this group of I
guaranteed inccme producerswill -t
'
tell a similar story' Each and "AGENCY, INC.
everyone of the< their money i. to rtsk" (inves4ments r } I
..:s-'
they took a chance .
A
and it paid off. and has been t\\
paying off. It CONVINIINT LOCATIONS

As this great country' expands I! hairat
and IU population continues t,>I your ito N.W. rird T. ___. PL S-SW 101t N.W. Sth 1T.

grow, we, as a people, make I HOME in one 1411 GRAND AVK. .__ HI 4.t44/ Ft Lautftrdtl' _'_ ,JAIS 4.'S"
greater demands on iDdusUy.I

Our dollars have to do a I easy application! 4240 N.W. Z7U AVE. ....,..,.. NI LS4MOK HAMMONOVILLt AD.P. .

double duty There is twice M Nw 7.. ass LAV ...yto- .m,an. ..... ...._.....__?.. WI I-KI4
much to buy. and it costs twice _.m.l.. eM7-&o-e&,1e .UaltLtlJr 1171 N.W. Miitf it.UJ25 1-44tJ
as much u it used to. that ....', go beck rw U x. 14440 N.W. tt..4 A VI.
bot4.t,taua.I4: ..&W.Easytosou.y
We are going to have to protect 6ocUou. ....,.kc.k HOMESTSAO AVE. 0,. Lacks MU .0417
our money to be sure that it .....
will buy the things we want and giam. p.cbp. Perrln* -_-. CE ..Uil 2100 N.W. Sr4 CT. ......._.... FR 4.lilt
need 'when the tape comes. SILKY STRATE
OXffTLM tr MKJULAR*n* Until recently only the very
wealthy man had a chance to do i = Two ou'4cc.JAI sin
what bee big companies have Md$5cI 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3.8416
_....*U II.. sbw,... w
done, because of the cost AT ALL COSMETIC COUNTERS ,w rif
Today this type of investment

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Air/Hie/ & Sfeamship Jitkeis ,Cost'1l0MORf When Purchased At NORM'S TRAVEL BUREAU' / .


n 04 NW 3rd Avenue Phone FR 9-6779 WE DELIVER ', .. '



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Lawyer Defends FREE EYE CLINICThe AT BUNCHE PARK


[ PAGE 6 SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960fits Mrs. That Veterans of Ferelgn Wan Bundle Park Shopping! Center
Campy Auxiliary Post 6693 of QpaLocka from 9 am. to 5 pjn.

and Dade County Opto-
Hubby's "No Angel" I metric Association wish to an- Children must be accompanied
by parents or hare the
nounce the annual Free Ere permission
New York Mrs. RatheCampanella I Checkup for all children ages 7 slip below signed by parents *

ANASSAU retained former I to 17 on Tuesday, Aug. 23 at the or guardian.
Justice of the Domestic Relations

BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZE ey -Court as her-lawyer Hubert in T. defense :I TO BE FILLED IN BY PARENT OR GUARDIAN:

against her famous husband'ssuit
REMAINS THE GEM Francis. William Ch4cnas, Carl for separaU-n and she's : Name of child ........................................................................
OF THE CARIBBEAN Gibson Cant a Flnley, Dr. maintaining that Roy Cantpanella I

Just: 180 alr-milee southeast of Howard A Hsdlcy, Mr and Mrs. "is n> a Th tL" I Age .........._....... Sex _...................
Charles Johnson and numberof
M'amt lice NSM..J. Bahamas the others. a I I
"A lot of damaging thisja may
cth.eport Baittma Islands and capital of the come out in court testimony," Address ..............4.._..M......................... City...................
,
and truly
one THOMPSONS USUAL GOOD
believes
began Mr. Delaney. He
of the gems of the entire Carib-
OOBD& HOSTS that Campanula's physical condition School I ................................................"...... Grade................
has disturbed his thinking

As has been the cane during Acting J. Solicitor General Maxwell "and h* is misguided by soaped the pat several I years again this Thompson and his congenial trends and hangers-en Does child wear glasses

year K wa my prtaUesje to spend wife, as usual proved to wtx want to feel for him.

a good portion of my vacation In be some of the finest hosts in the sorry "I I........................ For distance ( ) Near ( )
N'MI. I arrived in the popular city. Following the close cf the He described Campy' seeking

resort city on July 30 and returned convention I.eau. well entertained lull custody of his three young I hereby direct the survey committee andlor the sponsor-
to Miami' Afloat 8. Need I by the Thmpsons at their children as "foolish" and explained conduct visual evaluation
say to you that It... another palatial home, as well as their : "He w" uld have to prove ing group to a survey on my
great time, well enjoyed and one cozy c ttage on the south beach. to a court that Mrs. Campanula child and report the findings to me.Signature.

that will be lone remembered. Ala sharing in the south beach is an unfit mother and he justcan't of parent or guardian
entertainment were Mr. and Mrs. stew i
ANNUAL ELKS CONVENTION Jerome H. GrencdgrINVITATIONS ; has any court that thIs
been true" The former I

In aridity to the countless I FOR FAREWELL Dodger star-catcher is alleging Annual State TeaThe
other attraction which I visited BALL BEING MAILED "extreme and inhuman cruelty"In
while in UMU. I also attendedas the separation te: era he has I EXPERT WATCH AND
a jNest, the annual conventionof Invitations' for the annual Stu filed in Nassau County Supreme Episcopal Ojurchwomen of CLOCK REPAIRSAll
the Bahama Association (f dent's Farewell Ball which O tirt" I the Church of the Incarnation

Elks which met in that city July comes off on Thursday evening invite you to attend our Fifth work ouarantttd

31 throufti Au ut 3. The convenUon Sept. 1 at 1 o'clock at the Harlem -- 40 Year In Business
under the taadresftip>> of Square Ballroom are now being ton Alumni Association. "
Its resident. Dr. Jackson Burnn. mailed. The Invitation should be Ave. en Sunday, August 28 at .4 Andrews' Jewelers
proved to be one of the In the hands of the various students The affair Is designed aa a fitting p.m. A wonderful and very Inter-
finest of Hs kind ever witnessedany and ethers who will at. and timely sendoff to all of eating program is planned fir; 303 N.W. 2nd Are.PR .
where. The theme of the tend the affair by August 20. the students from Miami who you.Mrs. 3.01112BARGAIN
convention roe as "Education and However aa usual, anyone who will bt Having for college during Leola Johnson Pres.
an appropriate theme" it ...... has not received his Invite by the month of September or October Fr Dlsha Clarke vicar
August 22 Is asked to kindly call and will bt of special significance Mrs Dorothy L. Weaver
Highlights of the convention i In person. or phone tht. down to those students who Sec PtvcnotionA27
Included: the Memorial Service town office' of the Miami Times, art going to college for the first IN
and the Civil Liberties program, at 1112 NW 3rd ave. PR I-22J", tlmt. That's the annual Students'
which were held en Sunday. July and alumni personnel will bt Farewell Ball Thursday evening' LADIESSHOES
31 at the Western Senior School. happy to supply him' with Invitations Sept. 1 at the Harlem Square
A concert and dance held that for hlmaelf and friends. Chow, Chow
-- -- -
night' at FreddV Mannings' popular You may also' make your table -

Cat and Fiddle night club; reservations at the same ..fflco.I I Puppies A.K.C.
the grand outdoor parade held CANCELLATIONSAND
Monday afternoon. August 1. the I The attire and atmosphere. of Excellent
& watch
oratorkal contest held that Monday the ball will bo strictly collegiateand ..fNpni.e dog and pet
night' at St. Benedict's Hall, Jill 'Indications paint te the 'I All colors SECONDS
and the grand ball Mid Wednesday fact that that year's attractionwill "CIRCUS TM -$50 and up
SEA
night' at the Cat and Fiddle bt the greatest In the aries AN.LU
of I CHOW KENNEL 561 N.W. 29th St
which brought the convention to Students' Farewell Balls epos-
an end. sored by the Booker T. Washing n.....t....... .J k,.., I
--h/. M s. adr, 5158 N.W. 32nd Ave.
Principal speaker at the Civil I
,
'wi. J.. pe'... IrelIc M I
Liberties program was Carl ,..........,iniMMll Advertise! Pay.1CEASOR'S !
Francis, headmaster at the South ,......&.. ......-....." I
ern Senior' School.' Mr. Francis HARLEMClothing I
.,
g. ..J Me r..p AI ..
delivered a very masterful address .... ..... ...s....r
which was well received. Center fni./.Ir- UNIVERSITY OF
The grand parade Is still the I
Ii."., a of... .., ,
talk' of the community. I BEAUTY CULTURE

Calvin Kemp a student at St. 1337 N.W. 3rd A.e. su n AU I'" n Now I
..J".........
Wry I d 4' -MOST MODERN IN
Aufftist.ne's of Na THIIOUTtt'Faacinatina
College *** j,
,.,besi ..JICAMI. .........
wax' tht* winner of the oratorical
has a newly air conditionedshoe .N.DOatt* C.*Mtl I t-ork
d ntrtt Young Keni.spoke on Unlimited
.. OpportunitiesOnly
.
the theme of nile n nirAniti.jfr.fte.MO
;UVt delinquen-
and. clothing
o Other who competed in the depart lUir-Weev Training Center in The South
conttwt and the order in whkil rouiuirswT SUM wow..I.ns.
they finished were Mb Cynthia merit at lowest prices. Shop rows .... rases 'oUIAc..e Write today for further Information

It.ley of St John's College; Mae
and
II rothy Francis of St. John's save here. flQUflRIUmSJCXUOACXU 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Maml! Florida
College; Dudley F. Williams of ,
the Western Senior School and r ON CAUifWATJ

Ronald Miller o! St. AutfttMine's ore. .
Co1-.e.: SHOP HERE r....... -.- -
... ,. -
The grand pseant dsptrted the
fcnmdinc of the first Twns 4e of SAVE HERE ..e.wiIARKIEY'S RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE

Daughter Elk hi the Bahama Rectal
which .is EKcelsior Tt npe! No. Diseases Varico. Vehu

31. w4uefe is the sister Temple to .-- Ufecti.t. painieu' nonsurgical' office'
Eureka Late No. 114 the oldest tre"tm."ta .t low costnc -
10" time .r ,''co,,,.. Avoid
(n the Bahamas. surgery and "..plUllutl.... Why
wear truss' Why sufferr.
'
CUT.IAlE STOKE delay anti let werut
The Diusjhter Elks" meetmr?

were' led bv President Mildred The Friendly Store With Th. Warm Special CONSULTATION FREE .
Welcome
medication,
Moxey of th. Hahama AM cia- j tr..t""b. diets for
.rthrltl .
tlon of Daughter Elks and Mrs 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR cers" bleed' pressure. sinus. anemia, neuritis' u{
4-2376 lost
Lillian!! Archer district deputy .f men and wom.", viper, chronic 41..t.
The grand ball bmjffht out ,
some of the leading, cttuens of the The finest products at Cut Rate Prices DRLONG'S CLINIC A General,
community ami went ?..,,, Service,
down m
PM" '
'' Btrgamamsnt Vavln IMi I.W. ht
Vanishing Cream St, FA 12741 .
history as another went 'nt tobe REDUCING
remtfmbert'd Hair Dressing ..-.-..... 55 (en sale) ._.-.........._.. ..15L.ooU
I Hair Dressing. 1.00
This year the jot 1 dr' in-t I Swampr ..........-... .75 14S Griffin| | Liquid| | Was I
temple mere" Curfew' l.adII II 2 ((0.| Mt, ) __._ .1

year end Curlew the convention Temi.*e Biff w1, !! Next also Ctrdul Father John..1.36.........................._..... 10ft Madam Walker Ointment .M ,

meet in N. .u at which time Earrings .... ............. .10 t..1S.. 8. Tenls ............ 1.45 1.31 RECORDSAlljj$3.98
Eureka Lnde and Excelsior'
OPEN
DAILY a SUNDAYS A.M. to 10 P.M.
Tcmpk will be the hosts
Among visiting Elks and JOHN A. McMINN. OwnsrHAROLD

Daughter Etks. v..ft attended I 1
cunvl'fttinn'Hf': W 0 Terry Sr. 1 IPs -- $2.98
president of the Florida State
Association of Elks! : Zee Rr.dy.grand tIY.
orainber: It ilv Johnson
d!rector of education ..f southeast
..'"r(18 and Elliott J. Pieae N- e
Daughter Elks were M- I I :I'1IE

T omasinm Fl yd. president of ter .
State Data titer Elks: Mrs. Jes.$ eGJcs.
dl trtrt deputy; Mrs I
Madge Kelly. Mrs. Lottie Johnson -
and Mrs. Bloneva Monroe
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MIAMIANS VISITING t

Anon titer Miamians who wri
vls.ted Nassau during the time I i ll istr
wa there are: M sdmes I.olithaMcKensJe. 11 ,, 1 =

W. 0 Perry: and two _
e'1.:drw: Miss.. Priseitla Major
Cons B% BS. Larrame Sawyer.
Juanita Humes and Anioaette M27
Puyol; WWie Williams, Shsddie!
Ward Maurice' Williams. Eu jvne JOLLIVETTE, Manager 4







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L Oar Past This Week .


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+ AN ANP FEATURE
L # .
i: w AUG. 14. 1875 Samuel Cole-
r
e ridge Taylor n.compos: "School For Sit-ins"
er, born London England.

w .. AUG. 15, 1886 Dr. Monroe N. Featured in LookA
Work world famous scholar
S and author of Negro YearBook
shy. 20-year-old! bfefegy
: born in North Carolina
.R ma) r at Virginia State College
AUG. 17 184 Marcus Gar. tells why she has become part ftf
vet, f.undcr of the Universal the sit-in movement, in *n artfete t
: Nrgr Improvement' Association School For Sit-ins" in Look
which fostered the Magazine this week.
theory of a black economy" l'r K"illa WHhtftlt4tft.! a member -
f cr, 'qn .; born in Jamaica. 1 the Petefwhw* smfirove-
went Association says ssiitity, "I
AUG. 18. 218 DC Hannibal a finally hevetta opportunity to
black commanding
man sts ml up for Mtnettttag" I believe
A his marchthrough
{ + black men beta in"

.. Spain and France The 4rtttfe 't
T four-pate ;: sory
and over the AU to Swit:-
t the training of a sft-ta points
erland and Italj.
out: "IMflcina and tw other
AUG. 20. 1791 The Haitian young Negroes who are part ("f
nfcelll-n under the leadership what they callthe Movement"
THE EYES HAVE IT Liberian and participating in Israel's little "point-four" of Joan J. Dessalalnesbe haveno desire to became \\

Israeli nurses cooperate in treating an program include Ghana, Nigeria, French fan. martyrs. They do not hate the

eye patient at the famed Hadassah Hospital Sudan The Congo. Senegal and others. --- whites in,their c """""""tW. Hut
they knojr how: fjtiic all other
in Jerusalem. The Liberians are Many Africans have turned to Israel in Don't Fret Fights t tI attempt to end segregation havebeen

among hundreds of Africans who are receiving recent years as a "pilot plant" for technical They're t.ret! of waiting

specialized training in various agricultural, economic and scientific Join The NAACP help.DRIVER'S
fields in the Jewish State. African states guidance. I '

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By PAUL GIBSON ts available to everyone. !
Next week" we discuss h w Back to School registration
Last week we talked about everyone can gt the guidance basins August 22.
how the companies who guaranteed and advice that the mUtfenaire Give your child the best In education
ui our 2. 3 or 4%, made u gets and how we can become under guidance Ill meals MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
much as 2.000, on 1M money "hundred' -aires." and insured transportation included -
they inveated. In order to guarantee 4800 NW 24th court 6262 NW. 15th AvenueI -

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Thia week we are lOin t. niSi how they managed to do Attends Science florist f r information at FR I
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Strangely, every single one of Institute -- - - ......... ......-- ..."'..'IF'.''.' _
these institutions banks savings
and U.ns and Insurance: The 1960 Summer. Science Institute -
companies' put that money into at flak University for For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call
investments which guaranteed Junior and k'R'or" h neho I
them nothing. They took a risk- teachers has )ut concluded and
a calculated' risk it's true but 64 tired but Katy teachers have
Neb of them Invested In busi not returned to tfc.4r Home communities BONDED COLLECTION
nesses, mortgage or sfcks: and for another year of ser
bonds none of which has a vice.

guarantee.On .
These hIIIa.'r* took course* in
my desk right now li the biology.
pfcyfcw and
19M annual report of one of the and heard outatodiac lectures 1 rln
larger insurance companies. This three' flekk They also made a AGENCY Inc. r
shows that $291.800.000
import field trip to Oak Hide fat "'wenergy
was invested in bonds. $4.711.00 ) and Deifeton Arsenal. r.y
was invested in preferred stocks (missies) Thee evperinn.agratiy
and over $150.000.000 was invested -
broadened their WI"' ?.f.
in c'n: 'non stocks, Plenty ic horizons
of risk here on the face of it
To quote from this annual report Among the teacher, attend.
: "During the last six years. mg and participating wa Alfred The largest collection and rental

while 163 6 million was added to J Shooter of" esker T W.....
the total investment account utgtn IIM h School. agency in the South; operating in L
there was an Increase of 2 million in the value of the port
Dade and Broward Counties'Negro x
folio. The difference can be lane NEED CASH .
ly attributed to the appreciation
in common stock values" $25 to $600PL8.3653 Housing areas

If my money increased like
that I'd "awreciatV it too.
To further quote from the report L. U BROOKS. President'

"In 1969 income from IDEAL LOAN CORP.
bonds and stocks amounted to
$12.181,613 an increase of 12. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.I MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

2% over." the comparable 1958Egures. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

This 12% mare: than makes up BROWARD COUNTIES8gH'D
for the 4% decline in purchasingpower
me talked about Here
then is the answer for beating (2
A at the statements .
inflation glance I
of any of this group of II II I 1(4 ()
guaranteed' income producers
I
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will tell a similar story Each and I 'I -: AGENCY, INC.
everyone" of theem have put
their money U to "rUk" inves4* I I

meets they took a chance .. .
and it paid off, and has been
paying oft I I I 11 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

As this great country expandsand Straighten hairat
fu population continua t> I. your 1110 N.W. 73rtf ST. ...-......,.., ...., r 101* N.W. It* ST.

grow, we demands, as a people industry.Our make. HOME in oneeasyappllcatlonl 3441 GRAND AVE. __..".." HI 4t447 Ft Laudtrdal' _. JA 4.))*?
greater on
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dollars: have to d> a 4240 N.W. nUt AVE. ...,.. NE ..S4tt I3t HAMMONDVILLI RD.
double duty There Is twice as Now y.. sea .... ...,.to. P.n.,.". ..... _..___... WI 1-1714
much to buy. and it costs twice .....(.. ...7>tA-. .'$. eLl.J.b& 1171 N.W. I2n* SL OX 1-44M
as much u it used to. w.w that wr.', IV back ..*. Iabott..R 14440 N.W. ttntf AVE.
.kui&14 w..&Mr. Eaayto.
We are going to have to *"*- blow 41rMUou. .....'.back 17321 HOMESTEAD AVE. Of* Lacks MU .0417
tort our money to be sure that: it ........M. .
will buy the things we want and v y pada3.r P.rrla.CE 4-1411 2100 N.W. Irtf CT. ......._.... FR 4....'
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Until recently only the verywealthy
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Student Win Bunche Park is one of the largest -

PAGE 8 SATURDAY AUGUST 20 1960 Thatcher Award elementary schools in Dade Mrs Vivian Long wishes to
John-
C unty and James Weldon thank the many friends for their
r son U the amallesL These p"iyi kindness shown her during her
Pint cal plants and their! educatIonal recent illness (n the Jackson Memorial
apart, :yet
poles
are
equipment
Jlo. U.1.
Sh els
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Chapter zrwor
i John MacDonald the studests In each are very active -
Daughters cf the American Rev In the various features of mortal Hospital She is n:w recuperating -
oVufion has chosen for its m a i n Junior American CiUxens wale, at her home 5000 KW

project Junior American Citizens and the principals and the teachers 24th eve.. ,
work. Two of the ouestandin are on a car with ore an-
schools in which the chapter .the? in their akns to teah goad WANTED

WE BELIEVE IN (..Incarnation. represented at graduation cere- Buuno Park these and Jacnes activities Weldon are citizenship to :your of people.time, effort EXPERIENCED body shop hSbonr .
When we finally bid adieuto monies of police; dog handlers at Johnson.e The Investment the faculties of : '. Auto Repair, 22 Ocean
this planet for trial in the the St. Louis Police DcpL's and interest that will I I Court. Phone JE 2-2773.
Great Beyond "we hope the court Canine School. Each year John MacDonald I these two schools give reap
Citizenship
In responsible
went sentence us to return here chapter presents Thatcher Award rich dividends BEAUTY OPERATOR Phone
as a Xigger or a "Cracker". YOU FELLA-MAN belong hat pins accompanied by citations to in the future. Is NT 5-6692 or OX ID8n.EXPEItIESCED .
That remark IS intended to cast but me like. American swimmer 8th grade students ch sen "as John MacDonald Chaptt'rv
aspersion upon certain persona in Paul Halt of San Jose Calif, having demonstrated distinctive proud to be associated in the
Junior
certain races! Should that be my shaahayed up a Russia athlete qualifies of dependability and accomplishments, thru Kindergarten
conviction' we shall appealto In the Olympic Village in Rome leadership to the satisfaction of I American Citizens work. of teacher. NA 1-7331.
...
School .
extended his hand said i Bundle Park Elementary -- -
the! highest c urteth. We would and : the faculty and the student body
rather return a* a snake, a buzzard "lm HaLH! and in recognition of services and James Weldon Johnson Ele- JOIN THE NAACP!IJ'IMIF
or a laughing hyena.In The Husky raised his Red hand rendered I'.r the promotion rf : mentary.

Memphis, Tennessee three and said-ruefully: justice, Americanism and character -I ..- -JII.S!I"IJD,.. ,. >
Negro y.utfcs were hustledoff "No hate. Friendship: Frieodshlpl" among fellow students, and ggaragja ja ou a J -----

to jail for entering the city for worthy participation in the
zowfcen they shouldn't and fin It took old Halt quite a few activities of a Junior American
ed $26. The charge? Disorderly I minutes to explain.: Citizens dub.
conduct.' You se, the 20 is only I. The winners in Bunch Park ..iis .TY
open to themn Thursdays.The THIS IS THE ACE of. 1,1em." were Eva Evans and Anthony
lions and tigers can't look We have Walk. Sit Swim, Kneel Tayl r; the winners in James W ...WIftI1"..
at them but one day a wek. We 'and even Stand-in We have a J hnson were Florence KC':1drk'k -

wonder if they saw any coons. imekung suspncion that before and Jknmie Lee Davit. OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd. Ave. & 69th St.
We wonder if the presence of I I ng we will have a Bowl-in. These Thatcher Award pica
Negro's" on the other days throw With the owning of the Mi Bawling which are miniature replicas rf
the hyenas in a laughing fit or Lane on 73tn St. our keglen the JAC pennant full color enameled FRIDAY SATURDAY
if they caused the panthers tolace keep the place busy, slipping and on gold, are .given. to the
nenously up and down In sliding over the boards. On the winners during special school as-
their cages. Certainly the Laughing weekends y"u can hardly get srribties; one principal, presenting:
that the hyenas ejaculatedwere an alley unless you g> outside to I them b her winners said -Tnls FROM THE PRODUCER WHO STUNNQ.
net at the dark faces because the back. is the greatest honor to be

they have seen many of But no kidding bowling la a i THE SCREEN WITH "SAYOttUWIThflfllBURt
them in their native habitat they
; lot of fun and healthful and .
too, ,
.4
were laugh.ng at the stupidity of I.i \ *
we are sarong those why are w
the Tennesseeana." You I 11ft E's11._
pleased to say that bowling has t
Yet take
iree. well our case
come back to our sectl.a.: 'Course
to the highest heavenly I tribunal
and demand our remearnaU n hn the fever hits the cmmunity : sties \r
be that of something other than full force we wonder if this The scorched \ '
a human being. one emporium will suffice, or earth
will someone open an alley In the
cmtral section If u* we can s The hinted
ONLY THINKING
see the CORE of the matter p3i>joatlyI.t.Ia I II
OVER 3,000 WHITE kids willb swinging into the dozens of alleys f
fbfe.ag for prize Saturday at across the track. But those d
South Beach pier. The fishing alleys are privately owned eh?
rodeo i* sponsored yearly by Miami r
Be eh Sumner fishing tour- r
"THE FOG"By tI
nament. Thc anglers! wiU have I
-very .ng free bait. focd. $
drinks and fob Perhaps we are ROLLINQTON TAYLOR I &

not (lat.retcd In our kids to that Over there, my boy. cant you see t.
extent or don't care a scale for
A little more to your right firs It ntnl
fjMn We'll bet if someone cr
someone should sponsor such an Look closer still, there is it again act ttsttdendi
event the pier could be had without The blinking of a light j ,bMIrg11Mnd

whim.vr. Only sumusing! .stwf lid
I cannot tell just what it is, .*
TO MAKE YOU CHUCKLE Let's wait around and ace I CCWOAJICTljQ prssrd.
Could It b* a lost ship, or a its :
IN CAIRO Iflypt a pickpocketwas signal for help? I $ STEWARr It
.rr...-d fur swiping a pt- What talc holds this sea?
Dr. H. Sweeting. DD.. of FortLaudf'rdale '
scetier's wallet on a bus. Laterat I left Wednesday<< by I un; ((1ro1Jiw 1IIm1
the jail the Chad to double Listen to that muffled sound Northeast Airline for N.w York

the charge. He was caught pilfering like that of a little child City and other points East wherehe .....USA LU GLENN CORBETT
wales on the to the Crying for his mother t> comfort
a way wfll visit fronds and f la Uvc*
HENRY (MARRY) MORGAN
heeeuj w "When a man him.Turning.
hocks a ftoaen suitcasees in dif- his tears into smiles. White in New York Dr. Sweet r/M. w rvu.yrte.sf.a.- ....w ALFRED HffrTJ..,.... tnsMw
ing will be m close contact with
f.rent: pawaahofM," HId DeL Ray the U. N. He has also ben Invit- Y41w.I GAETg orr..OANEI,MAhsj,

Pt'C f'Oft. "you know something'sn There must be something we ed t ride in the Labor Day parade
t riarhf The hooker was Shel-! could do, official::: lie will return PLUS I
taut J I...... llockln tall he had Instead of just standing here home the last of SihternberBUNCHE
been shipping luggage at International Go get the boat, we'll have a 1 OK
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Airport. stashed the There's really nothing to fear. -..-. Too young to marry.Tbolatetotum
leather in public: lockers made
him MMI" bread by auction No. wait it's beginning to
"wn off at the -three balls". Pete dear up DOW
had a car trunk I ad- like, taking The fog Is going away. SUN THRU WED. a'h I
a trl man Even a dog Well take a lo k at that will)
may go to school perhaps Integrated ash, THE ADVENTURESOF
Thf police dept. was A t -tight in the bay HUCKLEBERRY o i

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Miami Kappas THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

America's Entertain Returning I I SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 PAGE 9

Key W est Southernmost CityBy BrothersOn

and Robert Felton
FRANCES 1. PALMERMiss I sen
I Saturday evening Aug. 6, The Par1-tM.1IR11t over In sucha
r Kappa Alpha Pal fraternity; welcomed big way that Part II was bad
its brothers home from the following Saturday August
ElIse Gallagher, daughter McKeliar and daughter, Mrs. college with Its fifth annual 13 in the contemporary home of
of Mr. and Mrs. John G. GalliCher. Dorothy Jenklm, Mrs. Sybil -Summer Part-tee. The affair Bro. Louie and Lillie Jackson,
613 Mtekens Lane becarc e R amos, Mrs. Pauline H. Smith. moved north to Op Locks at ISO NW 23rd are.
the bride of King David White, Miss Sharon Denote Richard! the palatial home of brother New faces to Join the entourage
Jr., ton of Rev and Mrs. K D. Devoe. Mrs. Benson of St. Augustine. Charles Adderly. 16455 NW 22ndct. were: Yvonne Moon James
.White In a beautiful candlelightceremony Mr. and ),{n. Edwin Davis Helen Jacks Earl Rogers.
conducted at. am. Sampson and daughter of New A wonderful time was had by Alfreda Bro. War
Sunday August T, at Cornish Jersey, Mrs. Ruby Smith and son an. The fraternity brother entertained ren Lowe.
Memorial AME Don Church officiating. of Tampa. the guests with spirited
Ministers of the cere frat songs as well as their popular 1
Birthday Party
mony were Rer. K. D. White Sr, Trophy Winner sweetheart song. A whole
. pastor of Bethel AME : host of beautiful college coeds
the bride's father-1n- Church The VIP Cub of the Sir John
were present to add to the feminine
Hotel honored Earl Edge with avery
Her. A. F. Hooper, pastor of splendor materials-ally
Cornish elegant birthday party on
Memorial AME Zion
Kappa style. The souvenirs were S in th.
Church. Monday evenmg. Aug.
the black and white can't
In form of of the hotel. gee run away
elaborate lounge
The bride who was given in replicas of the Kappa shield of The honoree was presented a from the fact aOOTI N'.
marriage by her father ware:: a I the Knight of old. and TV 121 NW Srd Ave.
beautiful cake with candles
ballerina l length alecQQ' lace dress The following Individuals were stands for the qvkkrst.Ikkect .
the usual bottle of champagne.
our baronet sating Her elbow w present: Bernard and Ural Nixon, TV pair In town.
length veil was of:nylon tulle. Curtha )tee FanleL Juanita The musical a ;gation saluted Remember cur phon num
She carried a white Bible, rift of Washington, Ellen H 3nan. Bra. Mr. Edge with a rendition barR J.1SM.
her mother, topped by a white Louis and Lillie Jackson Leoa of the traditional Happy birthday -
orchard. Her only jewelry was a f arcS and Sallle Walker wend()- song."
strand of pearls with matching lyn Moon Rosalind Kay Wil He bowed and graciously received
earrings lift of in* groom. hens Thomas and Dorothy Low- the gifts and brat wishes
Miss Johnnie Mae Gallagher : tie Donald Adderly, Tony Simon. from the many friends present.
sister of the bride, was the lone 7 Roland Ralford. Lucinda Wood- Special guests were Jonas R. A.
bridesmaid. She wore a ballerina "' son Lick Alexander and Ron- Davis L. H. Johnson and L. A.
length blue nylon tulle dress t +ra:; tld Hepburn. Alexander.
ever satin with matching acces \ z' The success of this gala Part-
sories. She carried a noagay of .. 3 tee was the responsibility of the
gardenias.JIrr remamlnc brothers for their untiring Registration Now Going on

usher was Larry Broun efforts:: Charles Adderly, At Jackaona Toddle Inn
her cousin. Mrs. Margaret Wag- Samuel Cleare. Freddie Davis,
gins was matrcn of honor. She Samuel Rodgers Everett Stewart' NE 4-4308 Drive Carefully
was dressed in yellow In a sty!* Eddie Stranchan. Joseph Thomp-
the same u the bridesmaid. ---, -
James Portier was best man. -
MRS. LENNIE R. DEAN

a The biege mother street of length' the. bride d.*...wore Her Mrs. Lennie Roundtree Dean H
accessories were white her corsage 2241 NW 152nd Tern, who was King )f 3fearts{ consisted of wctte carnation.A among the more than ft state
recepti: was held at the beautician attending the Summer
borne of the grand parents Mr. Workshop at FI.rida A&MUniversity 6000 N. W. 7th Avenue
and Mrs. Chance Clears 412 convening' in Tallahassee
Truman Avenue at 4 pm. July 11-23.

matriculate The of Douglass new Mrs.at Uzh St White School.Augustine's a graduate wiU styling The ,workshop tinting, cutting featured re-con h a i r PBI. SAT. SUN AUG. 19. 20. 21

College. ditioning. Mrs. Dean is seen holding : -
Raleigh NC this fall
Mr While, graduate of Campbell first place trophy she w.n in
Street high Daytona Beach the Hairstyling division during
is a veteran cf three in the the workshop Mrs. Dean wife of
years Jimmie Dean, owns and ratesIanaie's FLOOR SHOW
Army who has attained the rank Big
of Staff Serjeant He will entera Beauty Snap, a thriving.
Ucka
In
school of mortuary science In beauty emporium Op
Atlanta thla fall
Toe newlyweds are at home at NEGROES VISIT "The UNTOUCHABLE"PHIL
412 Truman ave.

Mrs. Agnei L._Albert. 409 ZOO; FINED $26 HARRISYour

Julia St. died at Monre; General MEMPHIS Tenn. -. Three
Hospital after a short illness youths arrested for entering the
August 2. Funeral service wu city zoo on a day when Negroes
conducted On Sunday. August 7 were barred wee fined $26 each Master of Ceremonies
at 3 o'clock from Newman Methodist in City Court.O. .
church Rev. Gecrge W L. Hayes 18. M. W. Morris
Bethel, officiating. The Key West It. and D. L. Moore 1$, were
Undertaking Co. had charge of convicted of dis:rderly conduct. Sam Moore & Dave PraterMIAMI'S
arrangements Survivors are two Their lawyers Mid they will appeal
sons Czefcfel Albert of Jersey the case
City and Leo Albert cf Miami The zoo is open to Negroes on
S sewer Mrs. J M>. Clark of Thursdays only.Registration. NEWEST SINGING SENSATIONS
Key West; two dau ten.ta-1aw.
Mrs Grace Albert Miami; Mrs Now t--Tc 7 .lgMrfl'
Louise Albert Jersey crt,. sevB i
nieces four nepnewe. In Progress
La' Bommie
Among the friends of Miami
who were in the city Little Folk Play Sch ol. spec.,.
the funeral were Mrs. Rachel living in rood home training preschool
Williams and mother Mrs. Joyclyn hot lunch: served trans is Shake Dancer Supreme
Burroughs; Mrs R. Marks portation. 2290 NW 45th st., call
.
Mrs J Thompson. Mrs, Dorothy NE 5- :a, 83 e .

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I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Rev. Nathaniel P. lAuriat .

of Lancaster Pa., wti:: has served
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 as summer minister for the First : L
Unitarian Church, 46 SW 29th bi

Road will preach his final sermon

on August 21, 11 sane Hit i
MI. CALVARY bAil 111
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY >>
I topic will be, Toe Varieties of 4

Thoma $surngartner, North Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor Urutananism., and What Unites I

Miami Nurseryman, will lead the Phyllis Myers, reporter Them.
I Ii Ir
regular weekly discussion at the Sunday School .. ........... 9:43: That evening at 8:15, the Jefferson 1.u /

Baha'i Center 137 NW 11th ave.. Morning Worship ._._ 11:00 CUb will meet at t h e

8 pjn. Sunday, Au,. 21. Ills subject Sri .. .. 4.-00 home of Mrs. Evelys S. Ross, 2321

will be "Science and God." Evening; Worsnip ________ 7.1X Tiger Tail Court, Coconut Groveto !* 4 .
discus "The Presidential Candidates -

Everyone is cordially invitedto Sunday was Junior Church Arc they the Issue in

attend and participate in this Day. They were at their best. the coming: election

discusstaa. bone Miss Ida Sol- Kev. Stephens preached Sunday i' -- 0 ya..R.The ____. _-----
mon secretary. FR 1-5420, for I morning. The y-uto choir furn.Abi.'d AN MUCH NAY 11:>> r
pastor, cfficen and members
more information.
: music and oar. pastor
Rev. J.f. Stapnersoa of Antioch Baptist Churcn
pastorM. ,
preached Sunday night with the THE INCARNATION
T. Copeland reporter Liberty City, will celebrate their
male chorus ..n the svaad. Deacon -
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST Odeii Toney and Deacon J. Sunday School .........., 9O 30th anniversary vo Sunday *(Episcopal

Morning Service .,.... ... afternoon, August 21 at 3
Rev. C. J. Hurn" pastor W. Johns.n are doing nicely at ". ,,,. 11:00 pjn.. 1833 N.W. Mth St
BTU t JO The Rev. J. W. Stephenson pastor Father E. S. Clarke Jr. vicarThe
Claudia Wilson reporter txrfno. Sister Baker is still in the
Sunday School 9:30 hospital.ST. Evening Worship ......,..".." 7.-00 of the Antioch Baptist Churchof service at the church
Brownsville will deUver the have been changed to the follow
service ..... llrOC
Morning -- Services I
will
follow the usual sermon. Mrs Valdez Murray an ing schedule:
BTU jam:
services 7:00 FRANCIS XAVIERThe p. cvdure. Instruct:' at Rainbow Park Ele- Sung Mass .T....,......*. ... ,. fc43
Evening Ladies Altar Society of Saturday, August 27, 3 pan. mentary School will be guest Church School _ IQcOfl

Let us continue in prayer for St. Mary of the Mucous, St. bapUftBi will be held. soloist The public is invited.A Jr. EYC Meeting _____ 130

the sick and those that are Francis Xavier Church, held its Sunday night after service Sr. ETC Meeting COO

frieved.MT. annual baby coolest Sunday there will be a Song Feet Come BRIEF HISTORYThe Evensong ", .... ...._..-..._ 7:00

August 14 at the school auditor out Friday and enjoy mifrt,yourself.August 26 the AntiOCh Baptist Church The St Cecelia's Or ir Guild Is
HERMON A. M. E. The
ium. consisted' of Grove Baptist
program formerly Shady
Rev. E. P. Brown of South Miami sponsoring a trip to Outer Space
Kt-t. SmU"l Gay pastor renditions: by the school childrenafter pastor cf ML Olivette Baptist Church was organized 30 years on this Friday. Aug. 19. Bus will
which reirbthroeau were ago en NW 65th st and 18th ave. leave
the hall 8
Church will preach for us. Let'sturn parish at pjn.
Sunday School .___..___ 141Uormnf served. under the leadership of the Rev.
Round fare 50 cents.
trip
worship ..__._ ._. II.IM Contestants foilItaisey out in large numbers. Millie Mack. Other ministers
were as -/at;
Evening worship ......_.?......., IMfubHctty 111 first Continue to pray fur our sick served as Rev. Kitchen
Grey winner of and shutins.TRINITY. pastors 'were GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.
Committee
prize; Patricia> Haxniter, second and Rev. Hodrick.

Well we planned our Men's prize; Shirley Ann Baker, third: Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor
C. M. 1:. Rev. Walker was, called to lead
Mrs. Jenette
prize. The foUoing received Falson, reporterSunday
Day for Sunday, August 14 and the people. The pastor and members
God had planned his rain, but the consolation prixes: Eugene Se>- 2014 N W. MA Court dissatisfied School 930
pastor quoted St. Paul who said m-ur, Warren BuU.r, Robert W. V. oc.ry, minister were Grove" with the Morning Worship ......... ?rr- 11:00

that "we are workers together Clarke and Hainey Sutton. Church School ........"..._ 930 name "Shady so they Evening Worship ..-.,?_?._.,_ 7:00
tight new name. Under the
a
with God." And It seems that We extend our thanks with Morning worship ..."..... 11:00 pastorate of Rev. Walker a new

that ic the way It was. grateful appreciation to all who Evening worship ...._.. ,:00 name was, given. That name is I Electrical RepairsStoves
contributed tuward this effort.
Antioch The Rev Walker
served -
Trinity CME Church has
The rains came and thecame ttupee I just faithfully for a period of time. .
completed its
with their rain coats and MT. TABOR summer program.

shoes, as <*vll as with umbrellas. The young people of our churchtovr In February 1933 the Rev. O Small Appliance
The members of the Mt. Tabor.1pu.t had trvs to Chicago and W. Foster called.
Asd even" if theey were a little was He accepted Outdoor
Lighting
cool there was spirit a plenty on Church are working very Orlando f r training schools. We the call and the challenge to .

the inside to warm every heart diiigvoUy to nuke Us Woman's feel 1I a t.-e have. some of the serve as minister. We are making Hi-Fi and Stereophonic
Day a great success. beat prepared young people to wonderful
that came. The church's male prv grots under his Speakers Installed
serve God and the
creation of
ch rus sang out of their soulsboth The dyne is leadership. The membership has
being spearhaad- Hi Kind GEORGE
morning and evening. The xl Mr m on earth The grown from 13 to 452. INGRAHAM
by Ethel Wifkerkoo.' ge+u- fourth Sunday in August will be
music on our new Hammond organ eral chainrno. Mrs. FR 3-1051
Mary L. Nixon all purpose rally day. We
expectto NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.
C.
Rev. A.
furnished by Mrs.
was Angelina Pinkney and
raise $%.000 on that day. Remember -
Motel! and well did h* play Rev. Miss Maine
Sunpton as co- Trinityite this 1* Evangelism James t. Brown pastor
Benson in the morning and Rev. chairmen.
month and we hope to add Bro. Vandell Bovan. reporter

Biackneil. in the evening. Both of theirsoul The women of the church' have SO new members to our church Sunday School ________ 930 J. F. DEAL STUDIO
preached from the depths during this .
chomp "Women, The Crown of month. Come aid Morning Worship HUM
I&. A total of $1.361 was realized Creati a" fur their theme. The pray with us that God may come Evening Worship ......._.._ 7.:0o Phone FR 4-3034
for the day and we believe
to Miami
Come
theme J* being and pray with
that there are others who will, very forcefully. 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
carried out by using Ten Wie ut that something can be done CORINTH BAPTISTRev.
pay later. Virgta as group leaden aad the about the needs' of toe Negroes
W We and
T.
Thomas enlarge picI
in this a pastor copy *
mmunlty. Our
Now before the oW school boll congrcigaUoti! a. -Gaadletiicfcs. will be preaching pastor liSO N.W. S9th Street
will ring fain we must turn <>ur next Sunday lures of loved one al
Phone OX your
On &t>t. M, aU activities will from the theme The CommunIty 1-6495>
attention to Youth Day Aug. 21 culminate with moat of Believers." These Sunday School .-_ ____._. Mfc I half
price. We
a eujayablprogram. messages make all
All youth are headed for MtHerman Daring the raonun will help Christians to see the Morning worship .,,. 110Cvemg :
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on next Sunday for a services the very dynamic Mr. nature and purpose of the worship __. 730 I kinds of picture
great annual Youths Day Criebratten. Susie Hulley will be the guestspeaker. church. and successful pastor

At the Come and hear a gospel preacher'
evening services TO CONDUCT BIBLE SCHOOL

In the Men's Day rally Samp- there will be a skit centered We Invite aU children all ages

s:n and Gouath fought rignt around the "The Five Wise and all adults in .short, everyone is
down to the finish. But Goliath The Fux Foolish Virgins." invited to learn about Jesus next
was the victor with over $700 to We are asking for the prayers week at Trinity 2021 NW 5th ct. LE BELLE'S MESSAGE WILL HELP YOU!

his. credit We must congratulate and support of everyone Vanes begin August 22 and wit: GIFTED SPIRITUALIST. PALMIST-PSYCHIC READERLeBeIIe.

each of these men for their unselfish continue through August 26.
elf its and their ceaseless ST. JAMES A M. E. Time:: 9 ajn to 12 noon. Satur-

endeavor to give us our greatest lieu 1L UcNeal: Harris pastor day. August 27 aU students will

Men's Day yet Sunday, School tJ. picnic at the beach. There will

M Sadie F. Dun report be Bible study handicraft and .

GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. Evening. Worship ". _...,,, 1:00 recreation Everything Is free,

William F. Savoy pastor Morning Worship ....... ll&t I I. including refreshments. THE LUCKY LADYIf

14th Ave. and 69th Street An
mvitat.on .
is extended
tour you are
Sunday School ......._... 930 many friends and members SEE THE WORLD'S that are not overtom natural a she with trouble and condition
Morning Service ...._. .__ 11:00Westminster to attend service' Sunday Si. come Spell can remove them: over.
at GREAT Bad Luck and Evil Influence She
Fellowship 6.00 .amca. beg.nmng 'with the Sunday SPIRITUAL 't reunites the
: pirated and cause you to gain' the
School at 9:30 am All parents LEADER one you Iov4. Arc you lick 'in
On Aug. 17 at 2:30 pjn. euloUtic or trouble Is I some
of children are urged toknd relative' 'in trouble? I II
rites were observed for the their AND PHYCHIC READER your business or work bad?
children
to Sunday Are you troubled with I
lot
late Charles Mitchum. a member School and nature Why not con-
join in the
of our church. Appreciation Is Gods word. Mud,1 BISHOP HUNTER wit this lady that was born to help you through the Spirit

expressed t? all who have helped At the 11 am. service UGly Visit Le Belte.. -lot her eiplain dream
your advise make
in giving solace to the family. Baptism. will be administered. If you are sick .r .warrfwt dent the hit you nave long wanted) She will give you the you true to me-

From Monday to Friday A:ig. The pastor will preach at both fall to sea ma today. Offtoa h*.ra" sage that I* lotted to you, bringing LUCK HAPPINESS and

22-26 at 7:30 a.m. station u TEethe morning and evening erv4c and dally 1 pan. to 1 pjn. Th-rtaay SUCCESS, and nil you how to follow them Le Bell give re
pastor will offer a series omedittl t the ch ir will furnuth utpel I and 1 P.m. to 6 ........ tunday 11 .... suits 'in just one visit] Satisfaction guaranteed.
spiritual music to S .
pun.RfAOINOt
ns on the subject CAUSE YOU TO BE LUCKYl-MAKE AND HANDLE MONEY

"Living Tenches. Plans are now underway for YOUR LUCKY DAYS YOUR LUCKY NUMBERS

Thimble thought "Seek (God) the opening vf our kindergarten Price Within Reach of All No Ono In Trouble Turned Away

and ye shall find." So often we school Sept 6 Registration wilbegin 1 Reading for White and Colored-Cloed WednesdayDON'T

seem to be seeking about everything August 22 at the schorl. '1JDOM17 .
but God.BETHANY. 1645 NW GU st. R 0itr your MISTAKE ADDRESS
child now. For infofmatioa you rr 1341 N.W. 20th Street

call OX 1-4212 NE
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OPPOSITE CITY INCINERATOR
5-2333. tW 17 k.."
3078 N.W. 45th fft wirrHOLLYWOOD MIAMI. FLORIDA
BUM 21.24.25 37 within 2 block*-But No. 21
Rev. Rudy Keston pastor Matthew Tempi AMEZ stops at door
Marjorie Shelby, reporter No Mall Anwred
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Sunday School T ...._...,..."...- P.3 0 1628 N W 5th Ar- -:w" Hour: Dally and Sunday 7 a.", to S p.m/-Cloed Wednesday

Morning worship _... r- 11:00: Sunday School ..._....._..__... fcJfl: I Licensed by City State, Countyme

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Sunday School: -............,. P.30Morning
worship ...._........ 11:00
[ ;: BTU ... 830 Bethel Apostolic Temple MARTIN MEMORIAL AME
UnityBy Evening worship -_ 7:00
Doris R. Akina pastor Richmond Heights
The Woman's Day committee J. Lafluer, assistant Wilma Harris, reporter
strive Robert DeOraae'le will sponsor a sale of conch fritters Sis. T. Wallace, reporter Rev L. It. Brown, pour
and sandwiches tonight on 2310 N.W. Nth Street Sunday School ,...........,...? 948:
Holy' Redeemer Cathelle ChvraJl. the church grounds. Sunday School IttOO Morning worship ............. ll:0t
Sunday 3:30 the committee Morning worship 11:45 ACE League 8.DO
[There shall be one flock and worship. The Catholic tau is will give a tea p.m.at the home of Evening worship 740 Evening worship ... ..... 7JO
le Sheperd. That they may essentially the same everywhere. Mrs. B. Hudson 1521 NW 1st ct:
one. even .1 tbcu Fatter, In No rfanges or additions. are per- Friends an Invited Mt. Olive Missionary Baptist ST. MARY'S C. W. M.
and I In thee. There It mitted.
no 402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
In spite of inclement weather, Bro. E. A. Cukner. pastor
fct for the
student Good
of thee
mmon: sense shows us Hallandale. Florida
the No. 1 choir had an Inspiring Mrs S. Danrklns reporter
that Christ desired unity. that an organization" cannot exist Rev. Benjamin Franklin pastor
anniversary program: Sunday Sunday School 93
ht can it be otherwise? lie two without wu t). There will not be day afternoon. Toe Rev. Harold Rev C. E. McCIary, reporter' Morning worship MMMMMMMMM..-,,......?. 11:00
faith one doctrine One Lard presidents. Just one (we Brown speaker for the occasion, Evening Service 1 pm Evening devotion.., ............ 730
one Baptism. Where is npe.) Our country would be in delivered a touching message. Sunday School MMMMMMM P..30
Is unity to be found In the chaos If unity of government' The pesdt'DAIn.. Augusta New- Morning service: --........., 1100;
Itholic Church! There one man were tampered with. We see bold wishes t> thank all the Evening service ....... 7:00
given Christ's authority to what happens In some countries participants and the refreshment BTU -- 6XW Why be Out of Style?
i. The successor of St Peter where there art two groups trying committee.
Rome is the Holy Father, the to run the government BETHEL BAPTIST Let us convert your double
f'J? tT! same way AI Pntl-I Coming events; The Nightingale breasted suit to a single breasted,
it Eisenhower is the successor:' i Yes m religKn unity is Ignored School of Practical Nursingwill Richmond "f'tlbla narrow lapel $11 up.
George Washington so the and overlooked. Jesus Christ hold iU graduating exercises Rev. L. R. Roaa. Pastor Yeur Smiling Tailors 937 NW
is the successor of St Pet- had a doctrine and he taut it. at Temple Friday, August Jean E. Scott, reporter'
3rd
Ave. Reuben Hepburn' Prop.
This can be proved because Then it was given to his apostles 26 at S pm. The Missionary Society Sunday School PSI tDdtCAL'S
lory records' the names of the who kept that beautiful unity. Mrs. .1"1 yeooe Jbtyburn, Morning service ...... ....L.. 11:00:
popes. It is foolish t think that Christ president, will celebrate its anniversary BTU 330
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would permit disunity in the dex with a program on Evening service ......... ...... 7:00
itn* lie teaching is tae same trine lie taught Sunday, August 29.
the world over because the Catholics are croud that they ST. 'AMES BAPTIST
otk Church teaches the doc- have the unity that Jesus beggedof Zion Hope M. Baptist 1 BAR & GRILLENOW
of Jesus Christ which nev- His Father. "Thou that maybe I Paul 323 N.W. 14th Street SERVING
Rev. Freeman
pastor
chances. It is the same in In- one perfected in unity, and I J.HRf'Y.. J. L. Johnson pastor
1710 N.W. St. 17th Ave. BREAKFAST
and LUNCH
the Congo South America that the w\ld may know that evih' Sunday School ... w............ 1:30
Miami. There are seven thou has sent ." (Jn 7:22. I Sunday School 930 ftomln Worship ..._....... 11:00: ) AND DINNERAt
ana in every Catholic Teenagers may obtain a free Morning Service 11:00 B. T. U. _.e............... |jQ
irch because Christ instituted booklet "A Sane Slant on Sex.- I BTU fcOO>> Evening Worship -., ......., 730evr Popular Prices
ren, tf priest biibop or per- Write your name and address to Evening Service 7:00 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
.. can change this twmtber.were Box 47-757 Miami and it will be I (Tuesday night) I
is unity in reference to sent free of charge.KELLY'S EaJ.y StzsJIng Stab and

ML Pleasant Methodist ChepeThere's ....-.-

2170 Washington Street always something
WOMAN'S DAY'EAKERS CHAPEL Opa Locka
Sunday School _._._ 930 am Cookin atUniversity SEE THE sotmrs
Rev. Laroy Dell pastor Morning worship ___._ 11 ajn Cafe
ATHBON Church School ............. W Evening service 73C LEADING COLORED
Aiiftuitwa and Willie" Mae C..w
Moraine Worship 11:00 I PSYCHIC READER
,....rt......
1.-00
HILLi:7 Youth Fellowship St John's of The Nazarene
Evening Worship ....._._. Tao w. Specialize, IN Tasty Fees
1476 NW "th Terrace
A late summer *L> will. be held Lawrence Reddick. pastor 5801 N.W. 22nd Ave y SEEt1DA
on Friday August 19. 8 pjn. at Frank Bryant, Auoclat : NTE
the home of Mrs. L. W. Mitchell I Sunday Schocl ........___..__.. 10:00 NE 4-8110
1410 NW nth Terr. for ..hebmeft Morning worship ..._......_.. 11:00 I
: uf the building fund. Mrs. Evangelistic service ......-.......
... Virginia V Grant will be theapaker 300t t
:. ... invited t,
The public is *
BAPTIST
STAR
."... MORNING ,
.. ," support this worthy activity. Beautiful Home
on
23rd Street
lit NW
. ... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH Rev. I. Clayton pastor I Your Lot
Sister Sadie Cilia, reporter
.. Brownsville Sunday School ..... ........ 93:0 Let bas yesre el ..,.,...** .eWe.
Rev E. P. Brown pastor Morning service ......, ...... 1130 far Grxttutcturx. and pretest yse threat*.** life
4
You are always welcome UTU _.._.irtT.........TTT53i| ss a ..,h".u.. Lido, tke snipe la
AU members and friends of the Cvenlag service .. _............. .. 730 vComplete a _....... Ice ..... le ...._
Stay t
First Baptist Church: an asked I ana lave
to be present at the New First New Testament, Nazarene CONSULT NIKOONT -

and Baptist 46th Church st, Brownsville NW 23rd, Sun-ave Sunday School _...._............. 10.00 STAY IN THE HUT. can
g day at 3 sharp. The Morning worship ..._........ 11UO OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OFGOD
gMRS. Brownsville United Choir Union Evangelistic Service ...-.. .... $.00 Building larvlo SHE CAN HELP YOU.

will cnvene tt> re. 1645 N.W. 1st Court PLANNING Off lee Havre.ajN. .
The church: will be dedicatedon Lawrence Reddick.' pastor 1 0 sun.Tfcwre. .
Sunday Sopt 23. Manila Reddick associate I BUILDING
FINANCING, 1p.m.seada 0 &..-. ea

Your N.w H.", .

ROSA fORTSONZom Edison Center Paint Headquarters
No Down 10 .... t .....
: HI!) Baptist Church uf WE ALSO CONTRACT
which Rev James Pickett is PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES Payment DAILYMEAOINQ
pastor will present Mrs. Rasa L.ForUon .
Lk."M* and (Inwred
and Mrs. C. B. Miller
as Over Twenty Year ./
their Woman's Day speakers, Celer M Iud Free Free Catlmatlen and Cenaultatlen
Sunday August. 21. Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. CanatrwctUn Experience. IfM UP

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SHELL'S CITY may be a big spending sometime in Macon Ga,
shopping center, but you can bet visiting mother and friends. Sheis
your bolt m dollar it'* not big accompanied by her water who
enough to 60 on missis your is vacationing here.BUDWEISER'S FOR SALEHARMAR
dollars, if you go along with the r
i i5N CORE is going to place on Bill Zelgler
them. Personally I cave Shell's and Pabst's John L. Hunter
City up Ions ago. We must along with Shaddie Ward art INC. OFFERSON
either stick together' or well goon still praising August (GussietClaridgo ,
the rest of our life in the same for the fine time SJD The King and Queen of Ran
rut. Wish wanting and yet our showed them in the Island of the dolph K.ddie Inn Larry Curry, TREMENDOUS CORNER LOTS
dollars are supporting the other Pink Pearls. Sort of make megrab {on of Mr. and Mrs., I. W. Curry,
fellow's amusement. Really we my ditty bag for a h j> 1091 NW 15th aye and Joan In Richmond Heights
got to shake a leg and stand pat LJoma Green conscientious civic landoiph, daughter of Mr. and
on what -we know is right Our worker is wearing a big collar I titre Lonnie Randolph 2320 N\f
Governor Collins stated it's not around her retty) neck insteadof I 4th st Low Monthly PaymentsLOW
fair to take a man's dollar in cne a necklace Hope it's not seri I Registration is now In progress.
department if not wanted in Otis The Charlie Anderson. : rtified teachers: to train your
another. So think it over before Jr. (she's. the former Ester Jones : hild. For further inf.rmatioa DOWN PAYMENT
you shop tday. "Go CORE." Milton St. Nassau) are expecting all OX 1.798 or OX 12921.
theirs '61 Jonathan ,
early in esie Efltelle Randolph.!
ESTHER SUTHERLAND I It (Trola Red) Gait r i Sa red I I I 3 Bedrooms 2 Baths
featured on the King '0 Hearts for that Nassau vacation come
weekend show. Her recent engagement Sunday ajn. Peola. unlike other : Hu Calypso Dancers" are circulating '
at the Red Carpet cean hoppers, generally takes in the nigth spots. Special HomesWood
merits her hlh recognition. Starting the outer islands comments come from their wek
this Tuesday you can makeit end *4_ad at San Souci DeauvHk
a dance date at the King "0 BARON SICKlE STATEN'S Rena Slrachan and Ruth floors Enclosed garage "
Hearts. Hear W. C. Baker along new sh'w. The Lord Baron and Garrison are featured "Hold
with Happy Rose and that: tertf- my Hand- backed with "Was
fic how card enclosed in this I I There Once( a Ycu and me") by Models:
sheet Albert CAb 4e) Smith Charlie Phippe on a Capitol
Jr.. and Robert (Bobby Staten THANK YOU waxing is a promise He's Louie
lung time ,Aerators at Charlie I wish to express my lacer Armstrong bro-m-law j Corner Bojgs Drive & Monroe St.

Anderson's White Horse Barber thanks to everyone and innumerable ___ I
SKV will open their cwn Sportsmen expressions of kindness to OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
Barber Shop on the corner all that were extended during my Begistration Now Going
onWt
of 63rd and 15th next week. I four weeks of illness at Jackson
Memorial Hospital for a major Jackson's Toddle Inn Ora D. Taylor, agent CE 5.4246LINCOLN
LITTLE WILLIE JOHN la ..
orthopedic operatl n:: IJberyCity :
quite a guy. I think one can es- Temple No. 724. Mrs M tC NE 4-4308
Joy being around, listening to him Tucker Dt Ruler, the Friendship I.- =
his +.... .-. .,
chat as well as enjoy singing. Garden and Civic fnaq "---" -> s vs ---
Mrs. Johns is somewhat cute not Mrs. Ann M Coleman, presMtu
>ery much to say, but pleasant James W. Johnson Elementary
from all observations. His three School Mrs. E. G. Primus prmJ ESTATESMiami's
appearances in Miami were standing ct'*l; Loyalty Chapter. EKS No
room affairs His recent 136. Hialeah. Mrs. CfeeUi Estes
-....Idnl" along with the Heartbreak W.M.
was it The Baltimore Heroines of Jericho 31. Hial *h. Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
Colts presentation of an autographed The Willing Worker Club of
football by aU members New Mt. Zion Baptist Church
of the team to 13-year-old Ron- Mrs Sally Mason praudrnt.ACE .
ald I* pe, a cerebral palsy victim of DAde County Mrs L I
resulted from Chuck Thompson. Pxke. pr+'aident. '"
TV announcer for the world I wish t thank ail: for the
champions meeting the youngster beautiful cards and kind word
sometime back They will shown to me during my a ...uitI -*.,
take en the Pittsburgh Steelen am at home recuperating
in the Orange, Bowl Sept. 2. Your thoughtfulness will a'ways -
be most f ndly rrin<'ml*':-
PHIL (The Unlowwwabl I.) HARRIS ed may each of y u be endow<<
will prant his 3rd rendition a-.th Goe!', richest blessing
.- of the Untouchables this Carrie Lou Arnold
weekend at the King *0 Hearts
nut tG mention Vaniiia Williams < "" .-, :" t1.\:. w.
r
the Untouchable' pet J cqtK'lyn -
Cr.umel and Lois Far-

ruxtoa Academy"tU be Sunday m recital, Aug.at Bethany 21- YOU Own The Home! No Closing Costs!

at 4 pm. It's a summer treat.
Guest artists are tabbed for the r Only 47" PER MONTH

occasion. I I PRINCIPAL AND INT. ONLY

BIRTHDAYS: Aug. 12.. Jacqut Near 54th Street 5 Different Models With or Without Pools
line Livingston, Johnnie O Neal,
13, Ivory Reid, Rebecca MUler Beautiful new bedroom, 2 SALE $OQA DOWN
Mar rie Rhode, Grace Paschal, bath CBS on nice lot. Builtin $9300 PRICE l/ TO ANYONE
Johnson Ruby B.
14. Virginia
oven and No closing
Gibson; 15, Freddie F. Pittman, range.
Swimming Pool Optional-Sale Price $11,900
Alma Taylor 16, Miriam Clark costs, no qualifying.
Ulysses !Morns Anaeline Stewart, Only $995 down. EZ terms. I,.I
17, Lucetltt Richardson Grace Eo One mortgage payment. FHA ftc. art 40 year mortgage for
Burt 18, Mary V. Davis; 20, J. .
Otis llaywcod Godfrey Roberts ;:: C -:- = _= -r-= displaced ptraona. SO year FHA ", .rt.

Julia Tynes; 21, Sheldon Anderson Opa Locka
Marian Kendrick. gages and conventional I financing
John and Eron's birthday is $795 down $88 Month
Aug. 17. Mr. and Mrs. Charles New 3-bedroom CBS oa available.
Roberts celebrated their anniversary large landscaped lot. Near 6/ /
and Mrs And"
with Mr. ran -
at the Knight Beat and King shopping, schools and trans- ALL 3 BEDROOM HOMES
, O' Hearts Mr. and Mrs Tol- portation. No closing costs.
bert ()looks; ) Bain quietly celebrated Small deposit will hold'. Terrauo Floor Awning Type Win. ;r
their tad anniversary at Only 2 left.Liberty.
I down Heat Fiberglass Calling
home on Wednesday. No fuss or ..... =
-- .
bother Just lovey-dovey. Insulation BuiIMn Kitchen Appliances

I City Area I Bath Fixture In Color, -Tilt J: %
HEPBURN and couP
sins BARBARA Bernice and Jlmroie John. $495 Down $75 Month Bathroom Glass Tub Inclocur' -

son departed en vacation .In Nss- Beautiful 2-bedroom on Painted Throughout Landscaped

aau Saturday Officer Prince large corner lot, plus extra
Yard Sidewalk Paved DrUt-
i--ll in his 60
Is It
Farrington CBS cottage. Only
one
Olda. lie's planning a way Municipal) Water Supply -
98 UoUdl latter part of mortgage. No doing costs. DIRECTIONS Drive south on U.s. 1 to
Texas trip the Walking Distance to School. Churches
September IJlUe B. .loon This ia a terrific deal. Allopottoh Road, left on Allocation to
X-n7 tech.nician ::- and Shopping.
Ail Sinai hospital 1' Old Cutler Id. than follow the
returned tram her :..Ian.f CASH FOR YOUR LOT signs.
.urn. but I am not toE
hattan sor -- ---= -

sure as her she daughter enjoyed it Bonnie.half u S mudlI h eE PL 7-6456 283 NW 79th St. DECARLO HOMES, WC. PHONE HI 44681MIAMI

the Champ10A .
departed Thursday on I' "
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I CARD OF THANKSThe MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA


MEMORIALS family of the late I SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 PAGE 13

MRS. AGNES L. ALBERTof
---- --- -- ----- Key West, Fla. take this

CARD OF THANKSWe CARD OF method of expressing thanks and Church Canon Charles F. Cooper Hospital was held Aug. 17 at 2:30
THANKS appreciation to the many friendswh off4 MUng. Burial In Lincoln pjn, at Grace Presbyterian
:> were so kind during their Church, Rev. Savoy officiating.
the- family of the late The family cl the bte Mrs. hour of bereavement J + Davis: Hamilton of 3083 lie is survived by hi* wife, two
MRS. ROSA LEE BENNETTwho Rosa Bole Sharpe wish to thank Ezekiel L. Albert son NW 59th .... died Aug. 13 He was children parents a brother,
lived at 15663 NW 157th st all persons and organization Leo L. Albert, son born In Vienna Ga. and had mother and father-in-law.
road. Opa Locka, wish. to thank who expressed their sympathy by
Grace B. Albert, lived In Miami for 6 yeas He is '
the many kind frknds and neighbors their many act of kindness during daughter-in-law survived by his wife, Doria, four I Osborn Fisher cf SW 122nd

who extended" courtesies their recent bereavement Louis Albert children, his parents, Mr. and are and 218th st, Goulds, died
during cur sorrowing hours. daughter-in-law Mrs, Dave Hamilton and a Aug. 14 at Kendall hospital. The
The Smith Family of IN MEMORIAMIn Mrs. Jessie dark, sister: brother Ozzl Black. The body body will be shipped to Demo-
Oak Fla.
Live was sent to Cordele, Ga.. on Aug. poHs. Ala. for final rites. He is
The Harvey Family of loving memory of 19 for burial. survived by two br:then, a sis
Ct:* Locka Fla. JAMES ARTHURand ter.

DEATHS Rev. Charles F. Wilson of 2830
MARY JANE HOYT NW 48th *t, died Aug. 13 in Baby Girl llraacll at 368 NW
IN
MEMORIAMIn
who died August 22. 1928. and Christian Hospital. Rev. Wilson 11th st. apt. 12 was stillborn at
August 21. 1941. respectively.Tis was a native of Astor, Fla. and her residence Aug. 15. Graveside
memory of my dear mother ad t? think of death, how had lived in Miami far 60 years. services will be held Thursday,
MRS. MARTHA SMITH cruel House of Albert. He wu an ordained elder in the Aug. 18 at Dade County Ceme
who departed this life August 20, To tea from you the ones you AME church a superannuated elder tery. She is survived by her parents
1944. dearly love: Ed Wilson of 17814 SW 103rd of the S uth Fl*. Conferencea brothers and sister
May she rest in peace. Yet, what pleasure feeds the soul aye. Perrine, died in Kendall Master )Mason and held membership -
Mrs. Mary Clark daughter like great fuel. ttcpital, Aug. 10. He is survived In the Lily White Lodge
When you know the missing. on<* b y his widow, Mrs. Sadie Mae, and Heroines of Jericho lie ts
are safe above." Wilson four sons eight daugh survived by two daughters Mrs. Seniors .
IN MEMORIAMIn Helena Sifontes and ten his mother, five brothers, Fem Wilson and Mrs. Wylene
Jestina Bourne, daughters foot sifters and other relatives. Wilson a son Harry Williams a The body of Marion, 2657" NW
sad but loving memory of Funeral service' were conducted sister Mrs. Julia Robinson anda 46th st, was shipped Waynes--
our dear wife and aunt Aug. 15 at 2 fun. at Mt Sinai brother. Rev. J IWilson.. bro, Ga, where local service
SUSIE KNOX WILLIAMSwho IN MEMORIAMIn Baptist Church Rev J. E. Murray Funeral services will be conducted will be heM. He is survived by
departed this life Aug. It, pastor officiated. Burial was in in Suiter's Chapel AME his mother, as Ister. He had beena
1954. Gone, but nt: forgotten.Oh tad but loving memory of Paradise. I Church Friday Aug. 19 at 3 pjn. resident of Miami for the pasts
Muter let me walk with my dear wife Burial will be in Liscoln. : year
thee Mrs. ThelcGhee: a well

In lowly paths of service free, known MlamUn died in herhom DerreU Samps n of 1510 NE Services for Willie Dunap of
Tel me thy iwrret kelp me bear ", 7012 NW 2Ut ave.. Aug 151st Tier, the Infant son of Mr 240 NW 18th ave. who died
Tae stran! of toil the fret of 13 Her survivors include four and Mrs. Leon Sampson, died in Sunday were held Aug. 17 from"
are" sisters Mesdames H..ttHDamf'I Variety Children's Hospital Aug. the chapel with the Rev. C. Me-
Ilamond Williams husband and Wllheknenia Wooded local 11. Graveside services were conducted Clary officiating. H* had been a
Mrs. Vernon Ford, niece beauticians. ; Mrs Bmma Cald,,' II. on Au,. 17 in Lincoln. resident of Dade County for 20years.
Jm Ford nephew a 1 cat barber and Miss Johnnie .
>11 Stiles, a brother Robert Infant Curry the sen (1 Mr.
I Stales of Perrine Funeral wU be and Mrs. Eugene Curry of 2724 Services for Albert Cohen ef
IN MEMORIAM conducted Aug. 19 at 3 p.m. at 'NW tat st. died to Jackson Hospital 7038 NW 17th ave.. who died
Sbenexer Methodist Church Rev. Aug. 17. Graveside services Sunday were h4d Wednesdayfrom
In sad but loving memory' of e.t E. J Sheppard' of Kerr Memorial will be conducted In Lincoln the chapel with the Rev. C.
our dear mother and grandmother. Church officiating. The body Cemetery on 'AIi,. 20. McClary officiating. lie Is sur-
r will be seat to Brunswick Ga.Cokman med by his mother and father.
w McKlsr Infant Murphy, the stillborn
of 1830VW daughter of Mr and Mrs. Percy Graveside services f r Infant
f esth it. **o wu the victimof I Murphy f 16420 NW Mad ave.. daughter of Mr and Mrs. Samuel
accidental drowning Aug. 13 wit be buried: tn Lincoln Aug. Harrison of 1312 NW 5th avewere
was sent tMarianna.. Aug. 18 M. held Aug. 18 with the Rev.
for' final rit.. He is survived by McClary officiating.
his mother, a w>n and daughter, Richardson
all of Marianna. .

Mrs Emma Doyle died Aug. Funeral for Ronald L. C. Hurd FOR SALENW
.
-- infant of Mr. and Mrs. Nor
lIOn
I; 14 in the home of her daughter
Mrs. Ida Smith with whom she man livid of 4S36 NW 3rd ave 59th St., $!$OO total New
MARY J. ALBURYwh
lived" at 2350 NW 152nd Tire was held at 9 a.m. with graveside ; Colored section We have a delightful .
this life August 21,
> departed aTvicvs Lincoln.
Other survivors at air conditioned efficiency -
include
three sfalers.
I"0. Ten have passed sine -
years three brothers, a son-in- cottage just right f r two with
y u've I ftYo but your smiling Services for Bradley Dunn 2120"W studio 11 19
law two grand children two living roan by ft, a
I I face and tweet words still remain aunts and other relatives Services 7<*h st.. will be held Aug. Urge kitchen with electric" stow,
I with u*. Con, but not forgotten will be conducted Aug Jfl 34 at 3 p.m. fr m the chapel freezer top refrigerator, hand
soul rest In
her
I may at 2 pm at Antioch Bptl.t decorated cabinets, ample closet
peace.Chris Church New Liberty qty with SrrvMW for Marshall Walter space, on a 40 by 130 ft beautifully
Albury, husband \\"db.fNlftft Jr of Los Angeles
the Rev James Randolph officiating. landscaped and fenced M.
And Family Interment In Lincoln Cal w.ll b- held Aug, 23 at St. The front patio with concrete
The body will be i Liberty City ehapl! from 4 p.m Friday until Gruve.. 2 ; m He is survived' by shade of three fruit trees and
funeral time h:* .1,. Rlnora. daughter Mrs.J many other shade trees. No lakyr
i I Pioneer Buried yea M Harris of Los Angeles, of here, it has a new interlocking .
MRS CATHERINE RAHMING Collins Smart Jr. of M44 SW66th a son Hofcuft, mother and father shingle roof. ,18 O down wttl
who departed this life on August I ...- st. South Miami died Aug. ; Mr. *nd Mrs Manna Williamson buy this house with the binee
24, 19S9. r -r 14 as re...it of injuries suffer ST.. of Oneonut Grove four of $3900 to be paid at $*6 fr
The battle's fought the victory when struck by a ear Au* 8 Ifr ..ten. two br then. month on a 6% mortgage Call
won win be sent to Bru' *wtek. Ga NE 51810 evenings r TU 5-2161
Rest from thy loved employ" Aug It fw final rites. lily survivors Francis daytime for appointment to ace
D tall Roll, son are his wife Bertha; a
Mr and Mrs. Stafford Bain. sster! Mrs Ruby Knightf Services for Charles Edward
Brunswick three brothers and M 'c':um 4 3364 NW Slit Tire
And Family Advertise! It Pays!
who d.C'J 10 Jackson
other relative He will lie in re Aug in
pe In his HOT from S pm
IN MEMORIAMIn Thursday until aM ping time
Friday

our dear cad tusband but loving and memory father of 9r James Thomas of 672 NW 9fbft. YOUR LOTWe
IF YOU OWN
WM another vMtfan of dr wnng -
-
Aur 18 His mrvivors snrludeus
widow Mrs. R we Lee Than .
as two children' a step daughter
Arrangccnente are incomplete Con Build A

r
II

Ranrq Beautiful

Mrs RflM Sharpe "f WHO NW

F 9P Mrs ROM Sharpe a pioneer 18...h ave died Aug. 11 She came
of M.ami died on Aug. 11. She here 59 vers ao from Lake I
lAal born at Lake City Fla. City She WM th" U+t surv4vtngcharter Bedroom HomeWith
She and nor husband the lateH rrember of Mt Tabor
race Sharpe moved to this city Bat>tiat Church and WM very
I many year ago and livd in the active In the civic affairs of her:
liberty City area. community She II vjrvived by 2 Baths
four sons Clurto. William. 11.&d .,-
Mrs. Sharpe was a faithful
and Alexander, two daurt
R --
worker of the Mt. Tabor Baptist
.
n. Mrs Lillian Kmg MI* Mtsabelle !
Church a chric-'unded citizen,
and industrious business. woman Blur Mrvw.w..r.. he1!
Thursday in the Mt Tabor Bsttot ->- Dow Payment
She was proprietor and manager Church. Rev f) Brown. f- No Cash
of a c mnt' black yard, the iatinf laterowni' was in L-:
L-. Liberty Qty Service Station, the coin. I RequIred
THOMAS CASH, SR. Liberty City Nero Bus Service,
who departed his life Aug. 18, tee Liberty City pool and the Mrs Johnnie Le O.re of
1962. Rose! Ann Apartments.She 2316 NW 166th *t, died Au,. II
Gave me the wings f faith to ties is survived by six children She was a ntiw of Coumb Call Mr. Brennan: Office HI 4-8365
Within the veil and seeThe K grandchildren, 33 great grandchildren Ga. and had lived la tM Miar \
saint above, bow great theirjiow one great-great grandchild area for the past 13 years. She
is survived by a daughter. Mrs Home HI 81391CARDS
bright their ttorios be Services were held Thursday Annie Mat. wrev and a *, n
Sadly miwed by afternoon at the Mt Tabor Baptist Arthur a .t<<. Mrs. Ida Felon
Mr. Mary E. Cash wife Church, Rev Purdy Brown Services were conducted Tuesday '
Mrs. Mildred Dames, Dght of lciatlas. In SI Peter's African Orthod ,_ ... _-n_ .



TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Lily Whites Lodge wrw 633.) By putting first things first
PHIL OSSOFER : (and God should always be first)
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 we will appreciate these things( ,
Celebrates FirstAnniversary and use them rightly.
IiO SAYS: When we let God possess us,
we will truly the
possess material I

Between] The Lines.or The Lily Whites Lodge of the Living in an age of great material things not their becoming slave.Men their master and I

Miami district celebrated their progress, we seek to par-
-- GORDON HANCOCK far ANP --- first anniversary on Sunday July take of the endless' variety' of laborsaving I
24 at the Greater Bethel AMI pleasure bringing! devices and Women \
Church. made available to us. U we
Has Blun dered lack cash we buy oa credit, justso
Somebody BadlyIt
The celebration was sparkedby we may possess these wonderful Train for Civil
a very impressive parade in things.
Is distressing{ to see our I which a band two Juvenile U do Service Positions
we possess
The question
great country stand by, while lodges and nine senior lodges these things or do they possess GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Castro hands Cuba over to marched.A EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT
them to better ourselves -
us? If we use
Khruschev. One Is made to won- stimulating program present
spiritually or even materially -
der Ifwe are not indeed eating
ed at the church highlighted bya
without Injuring others, we SEND NAME ADDRESS,
communism
humble pie as
commemoration for the deceased -
threatens t- take over the world. by the chaplains of the possess them. Otherwise they PHONE NUMBER

If World War III is to be various lodges; an Inspirational possess us. P. O. Box 506
averted there must be mutual message was delivered by the If we drive our new sassy can ORLANDO, FLA.
desire for peace on the part of Rev. A. Smith of Lodge No. 181. carelessly, we are possessed not AM
the communist and the democratic Mrs. Margaret Carey, district possessors. By being wreck-less l ,
worlds. The desire for deputy, spoke on the building of not reckless drivers we will
peace hvwever intense on our Lily White lodges. A special learn that true posession meant
nation's part cannot save the prayer was .said for the improvement : using things in the manner for
world from war and possible annihilation of the Grand President's which they J were created.If Brownsville
from atom warfare.If health (C. Blythe Andrews.) we" purchase: things to exalt

this world is t:> be sparedthe And our house will not be In lodge in a contest The results: or indulge abased ourselves in debt we and win trus-be- Improvement Ass'n
war, oder until were ss follows: come
horrors of the impending race prejudice is banished -
sponsored by each tration. In the words of Sir Wm. 2741 N.W. 49th St.
Moscow must be Just as desirousof or restrained by the strongarm Queens were
as Washington. The late ct the law While Congress Lodge 129 ..................... $164.53 TempleNo; possessions are
Ehirrth peace: Ross. eminent sociologist is beinz readied to wrangle over Lodge 181 ........ _......-.... 41.00 god, but by the good use we Regular meetings lit and
of yesteryear' raid that when civil rights legislation that has Lodge 189 ____ 180.00 make of them; without which 3rd Monday nights of each
two persons >love eaCh other the little or no chance of passing Lodge 191 _.__....,. 25.00 wealth power, friends and ser
one who loves less will invariably over the heads of the Byrds and Lodge 192 .._............._. 102.50 vants do but help to"make our __tit.. Membership drive
exploit the me who tours Eastlands Cuba is confiscating Lodge 195 .._._...........-... 34.00 lives more unhappy. now on. All residents of
more. f1 1 553.05 poe ess1rm is emphasized in the
And In the long run the person It has been said that Nero .._._ 175.09 .
Public collection Bible: "But seek ye first the Nat Adams, P....
who love more will suffer fiddled while Rome burned; It .._...__. I72S.14
Total kingdom of God and Ills righteousness .
mere. It is even JIO when two may currently' be said that while W. C. Bawl S .V
nations are struggling against our nation U fiddling over the The three queens raising the and all these things
each other In quest of world cause of civil rights our great highest amount over ilOO received shall be added unto you" (Matt.
domination. nation I is being undermined' by cash prizes of $25. $15 and
the designing communists are $10. The purpose of the contest
has The the more more unscrupulous scrupulous nationat nation doing business at our very doors. was to bolster the treasures of SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE

its mercy. And the searching What we are trying to get the various lodges therefore each
question pressing for an answer over is we are losing ground and lodge participating received the EBONY
today .is. are w* more delirious of the higher ups ought to know I money raised by its queen for
maintaining the peace<<" than Bus. why? It ought to occur to the their lodge.
ria. and if we are we are beaded Negrophobes of this country that Mrs. Margret Carey, district Motel
& RestaurantAir
for more and more hum Ilia- holding the Negr down .is poor deputy wishes to thank all the
lien such u we are facing in substitute for a nation's freedom. Lily Lodges and friends who cooperated
Cuba with the confiscation d our Will it take atom warfare to to mar the anniversarya condition Television Telephone In room
properties.The" rid this nation of Its preoccupa- success. every
tkn with race prejudice The Mrs. Carey and Mrs. Lillian .
confiscation' (lour properties only light on this. perilous situation Ethridfe desedve special praise Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway
in Cuba .is but a prelude to 1s the Asht certain whitesare for their hard work In the affairto
the confiscation' of our property putting up to save the situa make the public conscious of Riviera Beach, Ha. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
in the United States and the very tion. the outstanding qualities of the
implication is distressing If we Lily White organization
are frcrd to eat humble pie and Down in Tennessee Senator
stand aside while Castro hands Kefauver. a liberal won a -
over Cuba to Khruschev and the nft'f"pln'ktry over a Negrophobe -
Kremlin we must pay the priceof who showed his colors New WFEC Schedule OvertoN' Pressed flee Powder .
our preoccupation" with race throughout the campaign and
prejudice.The they were anti-Negro colors. By EFFECTIVE JULY 12th Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Co.
announcing that he was an cut MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
American race prejudice and out segregationist Kefauvers 5:30 ajn. 9:00: am-
has given our great nation a opponent was bidding forpower Gospel Blind Boy Chicago 9, IllinoisIs
place in t.eta,'. world that U not
that race prejudice gen- 9:00: to 11 am.-1 the DJ
.
enviable. What besides our preoccupation crates" and the whites f Tennessee 11:00 am. 1 pjm-Cd Cook a new and ......ther cent*
and the with race prejudice swept! him into political 1:00: to 2 PJIL-Gospel B. Boy pact powder that will glva
vagaries thereof
can explain -
oblivionOn too to 4 pm.-Ed Cook
our awkard international year complexion a Nfl naturalleek
4:00: to 1:15: pm.-TJ the DJ
position, in our preaching de- every side -we find rays of 5:15: 5:30 pro-Jim Reid News It's the pewtfer you've
nr cme for the world and attempting hope that there are greater and SATURDAY been earthing fer. It Is blend
to eternalize the NegroAmerican's greater numbers' of whites WAo
5:30: to 9 Sat Spirituals
a-nv- .d with a feunrfatlen
creamy
second class
citizenship see In race pn-Judice our nation's
9:00 to 2 Cook
? great liability. and blunder pjnZd that will net streak stays
2:00: to 7:15 TJ the DJ
pm.
They know who has blundered 5:15 .n longer- than mst .lo...
Men like EaHland and Harry to 530-Jlm( Reid News
Flood Dyrd and their kind have and is blundering still SUNDAY powder and the "..eplll

been Instrumental in crucifying 5:30 ..m. to 12 noon cent pact keep your puree
the democratic' and Christian 12 to 3 p. u-Blanche Calloway, neatl
ideal on the crocs of race pre- Mae's Beauty Chest 3.:00 to 7:15 p.nv Traffic Jam
judice. LATEST RADAR WEATHER At ).ur favertte .....tI. Only ft.. pltia tax)
It .is Just as true t-day that Special hair styling for one week REPORTS ON TirE HOUR AND counter er write M I,.,.....C....pact"-$1.10
America cannot survive with oily Adults $2.75:;: children S2-25 HALT HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY (plus tax)
half of its citizens enjoying first 6833 NW 15th Ave. OX 1-7271
class citizenship and half with
second" class citizenship as it was
true in Lincoln's time when he .:r J.J ., VJ .N' _..tt..lV'.A
aid the nation cannot exist half
slave and half free.- We Are Pleased to be in Miami
FLORIDA REALTY
It this nation is to endure it
must endure as a free nation and Watch your Miami Times weekly and listen to

not in the morally motley conditions -
created' by race prejudice Station WMBM Sunday mornings
and Its sordid arcrtnpanim+nts.
We all mutt be free. or we all FURNISHED .r UNFURNISHED AUS.
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13,000 to Attend Jehovah MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

I SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 PAGE 15




Witnesses' Convention at BeachA a Nassau week's Cn visit.Tuesday afternoon for _

Broward '
record number of hosts will
The members of ML Zion
represent' the Miami
congrtga- STORY County AME Church Choir No. 1 like to
ration of Jehovah's Witnesses at OFBAPTISTS thank each family for attendanceat
a four-day district c nrention of Newsy the
the Personal Mention Family Day program. Rev
reUrious
group scheduled' for
IN M. H. WHson Jester MUred
the Miami
Beach Convention Hall James, reporter.
August 2528.

BOOK FORM Back home from a two weeks' Walter Saw.
The convention Is deijmetf to vacationwhtoh. included Nash Reval; meeting' fur two weeksat '
bama serve FT rida. Georgia and Ala The National Baptist Convene vile Tenn. and Chicago are Westminster Baptist Church

Watchtower and was arranged' by the tion of tote U S. A.. Inc. third Thomas L. Sanders and son. HoJywodd, Rev. N. Scars pastor
Bible and Tract Society largest Protestant denrmination.n Michael of 2300 NW 180th st The C. W II Fire Departmentwill begins Monday night August 22
of
Brooklyn. the United States and largest meet August 22 at the Kith the Rev. Samuel CoN-fcnxk
MIAMI SENDS LARGE HOSTS Negro denomination In the worldcelebrates They visited the' Covintfons Chamber < f Commerce Building and his Prayer Band of St Paul
its 0th anniversary and Morrises who are' sisters f in Carver Ranches. All members Baptist Church. Nassau, in
Mr Bennie Crump. 1520 NW this year with. the publication of Mr. Sanders" in these two cities. arc asked' to be present. Walter charge.
64th st., presiding min'ster of the the first popular' history -fShe They reported a very pleasant match president: E. K. Hardy
Special seating will be
local corvere-wtion. said today 130 Negro Baptist Church and delightful nap and enjoyed secretary. arranged
hosts will repre-ent' Miami at many interesting events. _____ _____ for you. Special invitation to
the district: meet Over 13.000 areevxvtcd Titled The StOrY of the National The beauticians of West" Hollywood l- the unshared and unchcrched.' '
to attend sessions devoted Baptists" Vantage Press Mrs. M. U Squire and children and Hsllandale will have Please come and hear this woe.derful .
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to dise-jsHon f ministerial New" York. $3.73). the bo,k was are home after eight weeks a musical tea at the home of Mr. man tt God. You are always
welcome.
problems review and analysis of written" bv the Rnr Owen D. vacationing with her parents In and Mrs. Walter Bowe, 4444 SW Mrs. IlarroonStrachan.
church .
Bible prophecy in modern tones Pelt Hist-rtogroHher of the Na- Jersey City. NJ., also visiting 48th *t- and Pembroke Wad: on reporter.JOIN
and educational lectures' on vital tional Baptist Convention and Baltimore. New York City and Sunday. Aug. 21 from 4 to 6
retie! 'US subjects. RaV-h Lee Smith contributor to White Plains' N.Y. pm. The' public I Is Invrled.
Readers Direst, Harper's and
*T*ere are many pressing and other national publications. The Miss Arlene White and Ulysses The beauticians of West Holly-
disturbing problems confronting b e k. which has the approvaland Williams were quietly married wend and Hallandate will present .A
the world rod.,.." Crump aW. endorsement of the hkiest last Saturday evening at the a pre-Labftr Dar barn TUH- #
"and this: convention will give is Churrch officials will be publish home of her sister Mrs D day night, August 30. 9:30: at tfeeRftval
the' roODMtunlty t aJ't'TaHorJd H on Sent 8. to coincide with Ughtbourne The ceremony BaKam Club in lUllan
conditions m the flirtit of Hey the anneal convention of the" Na- performed' by the Rev"' L wa A. dale n Pembroke' Road. Donation 60'
Scripture and inttma'ely review tf-nal Baptists which opens on ThomiMon and the attendantswere $I M Tickets on sale at manyof
our ministerial problems an d that date in Convention Hall Mrs D. Uthtbuorne' and the beautician shop In WestHollywood
needs on the T cal level" Philadelphia Robert L Brown. and Hallandale.

CONVENIENCES FOR Covering every phase of American W M Clarence Johnson (f
VISITING DELEGATESMr hMorv. frrrn the evrlv Co- Mrs I. G Pratt prominent reUgl '. Star Light Ledge No. 542. left I t0DAYAdvertise
Vwte' days of R"-gr! Williams -U1. civic and fraternal lewder
for Nassau SuM.,. At*?. 14 t*
henry Turner ministerial the fist! netf In this emmtrvthrousJh returned from Washington viM relatives! and friends Gar two
assistant related that .r,t'C..I-" !' the Revohitlen, the CSvll last week Site completed a wreks.Mr .
ly planned cafeteria, manned by War and the critic, Reeorvtruet course In Missionary work at the
volunteer" workers at the conven 'I davs.! the txrk tells of the National Trade and i'rnfeosinnal J Janle Redding left for I It Pay I
tion. will feed ** 13.000 deWF vital nail the Baptist Church f-oh-ol for Women and rrfrt!
!es three times a day. Hved l.. educating and pr..r1M Miss Nannie H Burroughs, pres
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This. is provided the Negro for full r rilch ation ident and was a member of the
as a convenlence -
to In our democratic s cJe the
ftf'r..1d "Hind ennventf'ners.will enable all Tur attending The Steer of the Natl-m! M,. Pratt was chairman' ofnubth IF YOU NEED A LOAN, Phone

to thoroughly f'nJe1 Ht+tIt relations on the staff of
""",U.u" h Mightt the fact that
tension wilt eftnintte confusion M Negro Bntl. Church hi.hM.n the path Finder" a owner published Consolidate Your Bills into one Low Payment

and Mme r nsumlng trawl me of the roost tn1urnU,1t by the ftudent body She is FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE
too"CONVENTION '_ the "tt'ft'. stren.'lrr.r rre*Ment of the W ftf'ftftft'. MIsslonarv -
trfr4vn, eneal .f"P"'n\tfttt' and n1itnttit1na' C nve<- Loans arranged at your home
HIGHLIGHTS tlon of the Atlantic CA* t\Aft-
re4 rlf-erntes.ten No inspection fee
Convention tW A.-oeiatien und I* the flrrVnrhltan .'
h1ch1i 4s indwde
a review of "e'lHous Nark m 'ft the arty. rfyoe nf our: naevn to graduate<< fr m that Call or write to JOHN BERGER
,.", off-.d choot
Done Ge rt e ac re.Vero
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rgia. Alafcma a
nlM't'cie t"" oily f'bn",1 CENTRAL MORTGAGE CO.
ms hapt.am ewert.ncw' fr"'n
*Hr ueh .ti'M',." Mull" n"- Raft Rturnm of Now York
man all nxrtkf!n4hrktial ef the S*Ht* and designed ,.A.,. t.. the Nfle te r p, tenthlHlt City .. here visiting rriatlv. 337 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Ph. JE 1.7769
rm ting* -
"e* nd' tb- on'v war In and friends While( In the eitv. he
al nroWem to help with orftanteatlan- .........., Mier eVIM ''''r" th* .N sand is the: guest of Jamey W Robert
"f ..t.-.v"--m organen !- and family Mr Stumr, > '9. 31-
F W Frane vice president i ..UMt", *"e*ition The ehurrhtnie year experienre conk for the
th* WatrhtoAer M"'w." and TractS r... 'hen, fare nrir1tn Penmvlvanlsj Railroad f NYC
dev and world traveler aidlecturer. fo. b".r. t" tkt"" ctlon" 'nN and erretanr fnf the f rrKnif
will deliver ie. principal .t whoi# of A"t.r4'wrt" 1f'" 'f. larem flukes CTob He can be Special 10 'HI; 4:30
add,..*. nn the sj* )eet." **Se- St rr of e1.w '...".,..l flrmtt< rarity During War of the Great nM ""*, the ttonf "f the for- reamers of a Negro band in th..
Day of God the 'mighty! _rH ,n.<.,.h nf It rlennrinatkr, city
h' it alto the ct TV ef the t-" CUT-RATE BOWLING45c
.ur., rmfmr. of reHHnti a. a y+t.e -
Kindergarten f rre 'n *" e .n.Mng of a furl
free and how 1tM FOR SALECOMPLETELY

St J.*n..s AMP Kindergarten. SET UP per line
1841!< VW *Hh It. will open Sew'
R ......t T v ur eWW now. Hot B.tbll fans know th.t.' FRIED FISH &: POULTRY During the evening enjoy our air conditioned lounge
mat l and transportation tam-: rise ran le.. a bill a.**i.. An
ed For information Nil OX14J12 err.*. |I", your oclal security K- Wondsrful. opportunity' foe couptt
ME S->>!8 S3 *.u"t can cau. less! of .octaleeMr'tv to ",.Ir. ft... lIyl..,. Established< tfUA VE FUN BOWLING"Join

benefits Carry ysue a.- A Bowling League Bring the kids
yCc .. .c. : as swcceosful business' for past 1years.
..h'u'ty' card with" y.. at all
POITIER'S DAY ttm, *... B. aura to chew It t. your .
.mol.vr b. sure ho copies
NURSERY AND vou name and number correct. CALL JE 1.7587
ly for his p-cords. If you I... 4
KINDERGARTENRegistration your card apply promptly foe a wll
duplicate.' Toe fwrlhte Informa
begins August 15.
Hat kinch and transportation !n- New' c"'UI' y.-"er social security JOIN THE NAACP!
office at ?J4 NE TttH ot.
eluded 1480 NW Mth st Pleaseoaf
PL 1-24W for further In format I
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Selling Out
Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Plants of all kindA.

Kelly SAME DAY SERVICE ,

OX 1-0547 ALL MAKES ALL MODELS

1475 N.W. 67th St.

Picture Tube Special ic-:


Stop Crying 17-1NCH-$22.95 21.INCIf-$29.95 .
Have health fast :uck.. money
and hact:mess Million! helped .-

daily Bishop Baker The highway SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night .... ........ $2.50
t sucett Have the things

yew watt in life This great man Nite Calls Our Spe-clalty-No Extra Charges ----- .
of Cod has helped thousand ot
races m all walks of life from RENT A TV
caast to c at Id* things not "
prayer.premised with. faith i in God and Only $5.00 per week MIBOWLINGOpen


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naaeial problems, encodes, s4ckB Vets Radio & TV Co.I 24 hours

B.... seed caftditioo' and free
you from your worried problems.:
Write noel Send one dollar forrcgly. 939 N.W. 3rd Avenue 1900 N. W. 75th St.

advice n all problems
Will answer back Bishop Baker

Und.1687 Ohio E 56th St. apt. 40 CUv.- I PL 1-5951


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lire In Liberty Ctty or Browns only $30 per month. 0 Ii *
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 20, 1960 FURNISHED efficiency. Private ville area, we will repair on credit mortgajEe. SUPREME: REALTY.
Fret examination. FA l-641t A20BUNCHE
weekly.
after Pay
adults cnly.. Call evenings
AU wcrk guaranteed. Call NE
I 7 o'clock. OX 15012. 8901 NW 4-9258. PAM BetuUful i-

21st aft.NICE bedroom CBS tiled kitchen and
: BEAinVFUL; house. Three bed bath, completely remodelled. Only
t GLARE furnished bed rooms. 1585 NW 70th It. Call all $80 per month. SUPREME: REAL-
room. 1530 NW 67th st OX TY. FR 1-4641. A20
day Sunday after 4 In the even
it ( 16704.MODERN.
ings.
t 'HOFFMAN, Pressing machine in
furnished room with LOVELY furnished apartment good condition reasonable. Can
I 4 bath r and kitchen call OX 14864. large rooms quiet cool no FR t-2343. Indf

children. 1323 NW Mtq T rf.
SMALL efficiency apt. Call at 1945 FORD. ?aka over payments
all day Sunday OX CaUNS4-MNL 6jf)
: motor FOR SALEFOR -
NEW HOUSE In Rainbow Park
APARTMENT completely furnished SALE: 3-bedroom 2-bath area Op Locka. Reduced price
including lights and wat home. Large rooms. One bedroom and reasonable down payment
er. Call OX 1-5343 or FR 9-4859. and bath with private entrance- Call NX 4-0500 or OX 1-5453.
N D children. good income rental unit Adjoining
large vacant comer lot Is CORNER LOT in Washington
rla's 5845 also available from same owner. Park Subdivision Lot 17 block
FOR ADULTS or coupJe.
Ideal location in 1115 NW 74th
NW 12th are. PL 7.,3.LARGE 14, 152nd at: Can L. C. Taylor
St Shown by appolntmest only.
phone 33-4141. 3511 E. Esborne
,. Phone PL 44370. A30
,
311: ROOM at 727 NW 65th i _are., Tampa 10. FaL lIDAU1'O

St. PL 7-6672. ONE of the nicest outboard cab SALE
\ in cruisers in South Fla. Will

.. .i-_"' "'" _. _'. __.__. .-.....,... .._.__ -.J j'--. DUPLEX, unfurnished. Leaving trade for Volkswagen or Kar- 81 Chevrolet Ftrd V-I Convt Court $65.$85.00
town must sell or rent 1720 NW mar Ghla. 3610 SW 106th 'So
Johnny Martin u Dr Manners SOUi st NE 4-1286 owner. area I Shorty's Auto Repairs, JE 2-2773
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and La Juana Shuns aj Nurse I __ _ - - -. -- -- -- -- .-. -- -- .-. -- -- .-.
Polite, who will enter elementary'! I
school Sept 6, have been awarded -
for th'ir outstanding In
the play 'Doctor Manners parts directed Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the Commsnity
by Mrs. AJbertha Steward
senior class teacher of Cox's Kin- FOR A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY .
d'rssrten and presented on June
9. Toe patient is Toni Darts.
fcc *
They also>> participated In other
outstanding plays during the put
school year.
AH graduates of Cox's Kindergarten -
are asked to attend theregular }
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alumni meeting' Sunday
August 21, 1735 NW 4th court. .5. I
pxn.

Registration Is now In progressat
CAX'S Kindergarten FR 1-B4H s.. + rt hs
or OX 11834. Mrs. D. E. Cox issupervisor
W. O Cox manager.

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1 New boy* or glrTs btc sL, I
free with every Dew 21-inch 'TV
sold Won .. CaD HI
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REPAIRS AND
MINOR ALTERATIONS BEDROOM, V/2 BATHS, CBS, BROWN SUB. GOOD BUY! !
No Job toe Small
Call Pills Taylor TERRIFIC FOR LARGE FAMILY. MAKE GOOD BOARDING HOUSE.
1M7 N.W. Slid Street
A20 PRICE $11,500-$1,500 DOWN, $90 MONTH. CLEANLY PAINTED IN-

Charts Girdles SIDE AND OUTSIDE. CLOSE TO BUSES, SCHOOLS, SHOPPING. SEE

US!!
Mrs. McPhee, agent

1249 N.W. 70th St. - - - .JWW- fuwfumq- - ----

Phone PL 4.8034

ONLY $395 DOWN 2-bedroom CBS. Close to 17th DUPLEX

FOR RENTFOR Ave Bus and Orchard :VUla Beautiful with closed ,
Ranches. garage
Carver New CBS 2-
SALE: OR RENT School. Best !location. One mort partly furnished. Close to 54th
bedroom. One payment. $69monthly.
BEAUTY SHOP Completely month. Low :Jt. and NW 10th A, Priced
gage. Only $88 .e.
equipped A jrolnr bmlnrss 490 [ Price only 8495. Seeus
NW Bth st TO 9.0165 or FR '( down. right
9-5748 $2,000 Down
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ROOMS. For el.*a. neatly fornlshed -
room eaQ Smith's Booo-
tnt TTouM. FR 9.465.e 031 4 $395 Down
1.5343. 1009U KW Sad tve. 2-bedroom, 2 baths. Brand new NORTH MIAMI BEACH
2-be<:!room cottage. Quiet area.
tttdfFUnXTSIIED Good for couple or widow. CBS home. Oven and range. 1 City water, shopping center. 3-

or unfurnished 1. $6995 $395 down $60 per mortgage. No closing coats. Near bedroom, new CBS.

dinette bedroom All apt modern Large living Nice room lam month. Why pay rent? Own Liberty City. $695 Down

yard Adults or with a b by. T2I your!
NW 55th Terr MU 1-0325. ONLY $995 DOWN mmw

J-BEDROOM CBS Sans. J.
NW 72rd si. CaD alft'n' Opa Loco Beauties!
4-8728. Seen by appotsfaneat LIBERTY CITY CBS Cuatom Built
only. lid 2-bedroom, large enclosed lot.
Landscaped, one mortgage. $90 Brand new 3-bedroom CBS See models at N.W. 154th Stand
NICELY FURNISHED three bedroom month. home. Now being built in Opa, N.W. 17th Ave.
house.
Quiet surroundings
In Opa Locka Bundle Park $995 Down Locka. $795 down $88 month A 3-bedrooma Large
area). Desirious of clean nice Put deposit. Two left.
up Dining Room
quiet! famHv. For Information .
call NA 1-W54. tndl u Oversized Living Room

ROOM near bus lines 1044 NW Liberty. City. New 3-bedroom J Separate Utility Room
60th st PL 1.1113.PARTIALLY home. 41 Oven and Range G. E.
Large lot 200 x 170 feet Cpa sj Rear Screened Fla. Room
FURNISHED $995 Down
EfflciencT Locka Zoned for business
artrnent area. Circular I
1900 NW 60th ( Driveway
St. Call NE 3C203.FURNISnED Separate living room, diningarea units, stores, churches.' PricedYeI'7 Carport
all modern kitchen, utility
apt. Adults only room, shower doors, Venetian low. Term arranged. 200 O Ole MortgageNo -

773 NW 69th St blinds. Close to school busea. See ft. on NW 24th Ave., 170 ft on Closing Costa

2-BEDROOM APT. Unfurnished us for key. NW 153rd St and 154th St Pick your lot. Deposit will hold

Adults only. 3200 NW 47th st

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roam Kitchen privileges. $6 per SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET
week. Brownsville. NE 55283


location.NEATLY Call Furnished OX 1-9344.room. Nice 'FAIR I REALTY PL7-1645



SHARE*new, large home closets modern electric convenience We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Simdays>

kitchen quiet neighborhood. List your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paid .

Reasonable rental single or I
couple with small chUd. 300 NW

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QUestion B O2CQ.

la 9 Weeks You Can tt t
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PRACTICAL NURSE

Filming "....." {in the. $.,,,*
Earn Bit Money
by Ch.rls, t.....,.. ... .. .. ... 1
EnJoy/ SECURITY

frl.$"t TK.. St>d'*''' Spwitb ; ; Win Admiration/

W.''Ur MlM '' .. .... __ ..__. The desperate e.bor1.ace of ftUI'Me
sea... pportunity for YOU *
t* Whet _. .._. tl r..IM Uncola C.rtiftc} U
Willie Taylor in t W EEKS'SPARE TIME AT
What ever happened to HOME. -make bleb......... par
Willie Colimore and William Barber, three after ,**,r Age, education. set
I Important Earn while "a,.lac.f'haina.eMoned .
of' the greatest 'football players ever produced C UI'M. Rem

by A. S. Gaither, coach and athletic DEPARTMENTS t.enod nun.upen.'ow. ..tudJ.ptIII .

director at Florida A&M university (Tolla- Qv.t'_ *... 2. tovty HM; H, *J food. I; t

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Robert W. Pensacola, fla. -
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s.d..r 00..e ,."--eft Crmflrttr
s new l<*tsn fieles Chargers' : Galnnore iso so e .1". 004 _... t I C ----..-...-
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won an "Emmy" TV's "oscar" .:ItI

which was recently presented to Harry Beta- / /

'fonts?

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Albert R.. St. Paul, Minn. Her 'run. .r. ,... .. I. auh .Y. all, .....,
a..d. MOTMtuMlwr.. tin

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hta. .... ....6 a/ .tweet, frWe 611w. ,_._.
SIN IIIfwnI' ... timers. a t.n.d,
Q. Of what particular court i is New York (Sealed .loom tlw tow

TONF HIT swat tails ,...
M itMie. an a
jurist Harold A. Stevens a justice? ...M< la a MuJrl'. ._........... .hrfe"" t"h
Mrs Anna J. a the ioM>4. t I'c tnf. fwd oe
Buffalo N. Y. _..-..,,. ....1 matO this ..-...... M't
HIM AlMYK4M HrMrf\ Mmug .4w s.yt 1tq..t.1.:

A. Judge StffCHt" 'u a )justice in the/, Apwl-\ ; ..4 TomrC 1

(a fa' I Dn-isHtH,. oj the New York Supremei .
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Q. I read that 'former .rll s..1.
recently New York Senator
1lanagfrfy! Editor count orders and stock
Herbert H. Lehman .
recently acquired c...".. ta..d

t a life membership in the NAACP. How long .lsscrcillte. Editor.' dollars throughTONE'S .

has he been associated with. .the NAACP? 14.., M $e.eiaildrertising.

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.. I in the Sun.:' the scenes will The usual hot of well-withers and onlookers
... have a smock of authenticity. followingthe were there too. They followedthe
trend toward more and more real- curious caravans of cameras. wardrobe
ism Columbia hat token its camera to trucks electricians and Hollywood
Chicago in an attempt to depict t I the notables throughout the frlm.making
exact location that writer Lorraine trek

Hantberry created A carnival. atmosphere prevailed at
Sticking with a winner. the studio the ttar.ttruck crowd gathered at every
chose the original cost from the successful location In tome cases spectators milled
Broadway production Sidney Pettier. around for hours to catch a glimpse of
Claudia McNeil. Ruby Ore, Diana Sands the ton at they dashed from the wardrobe .
and Ivan ckon were in the tame role truck to the movie "set Peanut
I they"' brought to life to effectively onstage hawkers Ke.cream vendor and all tort
of mobile concessions took advantageof
A large cast of "extras" took part ir the captive audience to peddle their
the filming. accomplishing such mentortout woret And all the while the cameras
tasks'' at rounding' out the crowd ro1-l d.

At and walking by the camera to provide It all adds up to a new interpretationof
local color Arlen and Rote "Barnum and Bailey.
When word got around that. the World. The props and fakery of a
--- costing director was selecting 'eitras"on HoHywood production may m the final I
Sidney takes term-out"' to chat, with, -the pot. many would.be screen analysis. be "01 phoney at rt can be
hopeful flooded the scene It the but. to the public, it real. '
some 0'| the extras used tn the film was it a living
fA. j old case of. "Many ore called but f few thing When the cameras come into the
Restraining routes) keep side-walk .
ore chosen being proven again For neighborhood it it a happy occasion
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4 P.., r I... >ui-M.ifta. afvtt.. ftntlnl* that mvfi \ ; "lit.... .i.-... --i- ......#'".... .... ..'.. .; .,- .: .& (from the.. 'situation''. ... in the' South has. rauAtti' many

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..f ..1'.1'MT >t tli Iclit n \ d ,j ,;, .. to trY and stop us!.' They're' trying. to "tint' our efforts' "
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Srqtr. we' ,would,' disperse., .. the' organizations:.. + .
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.( ,.; just h how<<.,,' many.. peuple' know.. of me' There' might: be'

... efforts' to try, to .stitp..... me' by violence.' I have' been'

''l lassifled" .as .a leader. .and. the.. \White\ Citizens' (('oun-' -
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.S.. '1.< 4..... profileSTuDe; : ::: : 1 e (they we' are*ran'.OII1M.lf"ftU..IINdforl.,rut, the' ..head... off. They.., 'fall. d to+ realize'. that.

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thtSV I aztr a, ,t 1 ,. 7' but' the 'older generation' .... was. .afraid' .. .rear.. caused..
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setting, but dressed-up for the party occasion.If The next step is to outline and

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