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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 27, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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38TH YFAR,-NO. t MIAMI, FLORIDA_ SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 1960 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PACES / 1 h hI




I 18 FACE JUDGE GEO. SHDIZ IN SIT IN TRIAL -\. : 1




STATE LAW TO PICKET HKLL1" I

BE TESTED CORE placed a picket line
ar und the huge Shell's City '
store Wednesday evening and
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Eighteen Negro" and White the store was picketed again oa
members of The Congress of Racial Thursday afternoon by Whitest
Equality win face Judge and Negroes' carrying signs urging
!" George Shull this morning !Ina a boycott against the store.S .
test of FS rtda-. anti-sit-in law me signs read: "Why trade \
r that fives management the right There'you cant sit" "1L doan It-
t eject undesirable uets. In cells.-
The IS were arrested 1 a s t ..
: Wednesday at the Shell City A leaflet titled "Why Buy at
restaurant after they tat In for 3hel's 1! City 9 Supermarket' r
one and a half hours without being urged- that the store serve ewry-
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r aenred.' Shell's manager one, drop>> the charges against the
George McKelrey pens"nally ordered 18 and end racial discrimination I
the arrests. Seven of those in employment.
arrested disc to remain In jail Jfejroes went along with theb
until l the trial.
Ls ; All 18 were arraigned Monday 'ycott almost 100 percent and .
morning before JudreShulU. many Whites refused to cross the .
1W t 11 t, sip AH pleaded not guilty picket Uncs. IAn

%p ea "" and asked for a trial with ut a attempt by Mayor Robert
\ Jury The courtroom was finked to mediate a truce between
ie to capacity with Interested Shell's and CORE to prevent UN
at1'wOtt ton of both race. Seating I unfavorable rubUdty" the trial r'r'III'
wJl be at a premium at the trial will surely bran :saeet with BO

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Catholic "Report to Miami"World ,

School Integrates famed Jackie Robinson j I

come to this city on Thursday ti U _
Sept. 1.. 8 pjn. f> give his "Re.
rtU11 ''c officials said tm Sunda port to M1a nI." He Is to be the w 1
; that three Negro students principal speaker at a public :

I Bullet Kills wi: attend Archbishop Cur leyHi I meeting' held In honor of the 18OORC *
Wife; !* School in Miami on St members arrested last
8. Wednesday at the Shell's. City

TWs marks the first Integra- restaurantThe I .
j Mon of Cath-iic school ia 11 .
t. Wounds Boyfriend a & meeting to be held at

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Brother Keric Dever' president Greater Bethel AME Church is
0t MMaehoot, acid "We aresnpiy Jointly cwurred by Miami Ti1er
Johnny C Elms 60. 1 killed his I r was arrested' and charged with opening school We aren CORE and the CORE Training
coarsen"ea-law wife Essie Jackson Brat degree murder t making a tune about It." Institute which baa been In MI-
40, and seriously Injured her I I alan here for the past two weeks.
companion with a single bullet The bullet passed throuafe the I The boys are Cornelius James
Saturday night t. reported Miami woman's body and struck OarI. Carrot WSttama and Paul Since his retirement from the
police, I. Hixaam. X. of 9M NW SWh Wyrte. sports world Jackie baa become ,
The 1h. t1D6 occurred at Collins I ft. to the jer.+r. He 4 1 u> serious as fen .ned In the fight for human f
address $76 NW 6th st H. condition }e Jackson H-*pKaL"Forgotten" The boys graduated from Holy rights as he waj. for his athletic r
Rdener l'FId.bool this year prowess. Aside from being
----=-- and appHed aad registered for rercntiy elected to CORE'S National JACKIE ROllNaON,

Curtey High tn Aprit They qual- Advisory Committee, be An important factor in the ID.Utut" -
Mrd in the aptMude test and baa served with great success as ,
success is the fact that It
Witness James and Williams art pr ctkiiur chairman of the NAACP Life
c operates with Miami CORE::
f r the junior varsity football I I I Membentilp Committee. In his actual everyday local problkms.on
team okvnn in leading New
dally a
of discrimination. Miami CORE::
Archbishop Cur ley High is located I York newspaper he Is constantly has already achieved marked
I actiualnting the public with I
finally Allowed to Testify << at NE 2nd ave aDd 90thst current" problems in human rights success In Its attacks oa racial
discrimination in local restaurants .
i and has 560 students. and particular of discriminatory _
cases

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and is aIM actively.
Tbutyfive-yeat-old Elliott L. Florida Is the fourth Southern treatment earned with extension of fr4 opjwrtuniUes 4

I SIDEWALK Fletcher, Mho was "forgottea in state to Integrate Its Catholic The CORE member, seven' of for qualified Negxooa.
) 20 I Jag for 81 waiting days to test- achook ia part Other state are whom are still behind bars, were
i tify as a wtta M to a killing N rth Carolina Arkansas and asked for
LOITERERS finally gave evidence' on Tues Virginia This is also the third arrested after having They "CHILDREN HURT -.
at the restaurant
service
Dade school to Integrate. Orchard ,
ARRESTED I
I day.What he told the court helped VIta and Air Force BaseElementary will be guests of Moor at Thurs
day's mass meeting' even if some WHEN HOMEIS
to give MariN Martin, 30.. a !having done so last
still be unable to appear
arrest-.4 five-year seateece for man- year I may
: si u.hl.. ia the kiUi) shooting of BOMBED
ed with the side ,
obstructing
Junior
North Miami Beach It is also exported that there
panne Wnght. her common.
wa1ks.in a police crackdown on"street and Full rd Elementary are
High will be official representatives
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." law hmfeand a Nov 16.F1eleker Two Nerro children were Injured -
Ift't
corner >>
to integrate next month. the Ministerial Alliance,
Judge L. E. Thomas warned who lives! at 293 from slightly in Chattanooga,
the men to "keep' moving" aad NW Slat at,. .IMS sued the county NAACP. American Jtwriah Congress Term., last Sunday when an explosion -
dismissed charges against them tar $6e .OOO as a reavK of his 3 MEN ROBSUNDRY Urban League, Council on damaged the duplex ia
and American
Human Rights
anpnsoameatCnmi&al which: they lived with their
for blocking the sidewalks.
) Court Judge Den C Civil Liberties Ural n All of these parents.
Tht drive 1s the result of numerous Ward who Meteeoad the woman organizations hIVe played important :
complaints by citizens had waned her and Wright parts in the local fight for It was the fourth explosion in
against cbscen language, suggestive last aver that they ahouid se v- Three Negroes walked into the full equality far all 10 days. Previous& blasts occurred
comments, "and booting arater one o-f you will be Corner Sundry Stare 1401 SW st two Negro houses, and one stthe
by these street comer mobs." killed aad the other w.!! be u: nth ave early Tuesday and a- The Institute offers an intensive home of a white. real estate
said LL G. W. halter commanding court to be tried for wrder.i .* coped rrrth. $281 from the ownH' study of prJUoms: and their dealer .11.company sells horns
officer of the Tiro precinct -- --- -- -- wallet and the oath registerCharlos solutions most often to be met in In previously. an.white secUioa
Northwest' 4th ave. and 14th organizing and carrying' on local to Negroes.
{ st. and NW 5th court and I thst to women' pMMJ'''." F Keck. 31. SldeaiaSt. CORE groups. It has attracted:
art the two wont corners the Charted with carrying coaeeal- Coral Cables, said the baa- participants, mostly college students The tern of the blast struck
officer said. ed knives and fun, WtIHMee dUll **tfd' hj store and asked from all over the country. the tIve-rs+an apartment of 24yraxotd -
Hailer said the officers pkfc- of those arrested. for MX cans of beer As he Many of the y un* people of ths Th mal Reid a chemical
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ed up only those persons they'd I The strata wH eoatiauc ""un tttrmd, RC of them yoked' aonMr- interracial group have already I company empJeye.. and two
warms before ebout blnNanj the til these people learn we SAG thing into ha back and ordered given outstanding leadership ia of his four childrtn west cut bgr ,
sidewalks and using foul language i bu (BeasM said M ffe r. .asm. to lean afaiast me wall their own local situations.. flying &1&aa. IIIIfI





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I do n t knox. the exact word- and in Jim Crow railroad cars I if.iI. >
tag of the Florida statute passed And In most sections of the deep
recently to try to curb tit-Ins. south these transportation segroatl 4
However 1 believe it states that n practices still persist
rft tram and lunch room managers In the matter of public recreation r
do n t have to verve "un- in the south, segregationshows
o. ries.raWe" customers The recent its evil face in all its ug
arriwt of those people' taking part liness. Public recreation facilitiesare
in a ait-in at Shell'* Market only paid for by taxes and are
makes the ite more clearly! and supposed to be frail citizens
obviously deAmd. N one now Awarding to the "separate but r
ran have any doubt about the equal" ruling Negroes even under -
lowing: fart Sf' roes are welcomed this law should have had < !t1-
as ctKtorners at Shell's much more, but parks were and T l ,

where they ran buy anything (t- are very scarce and wimmiri ; __ ._ I'1"- -- -- -
fered there except food in a sit- areas were and are only found in -
FOR TIlE BOYS Jackie Starring Sidney Poltier: and Alan
t.ne position at a table. S cne of the larger southern cit -."
ies. This is not heresay. it is a ? Robinson the all time baseball Ladd the picture b scheduled to
UNFAIR PRACTICES matter of public record of prejudice : great present a check to Joe cten later this month at the--
I Wil'.ams. group leader to buy Forum Theatre 'n Broadway An
against the Negro. Negroespay Omith, of Mr and
Clyde son
s. ....Wen in of its
any manifestations uniforms for the Stephen Foster IrUtoric a* Jackie Robinson's baseball
taxes too but public retxeation Mr*. George A. Smith of 5009 I
is and "
traffic
a un-
"All The Men"I
Young
Center' sand lot baseball team. feat
facilities in the a'nth are SW 21st at.. West liollyw'od has
dmwerattc thin th
To I
; se upon kindtv
Looking on are left Walter the first of it* Hollywood
I for the white population 196061
whom it ta imposed segregationhun.Hals largely won a scholarship for in
Mlddlf'ton.nd n the right Henry depict the heroics of. tan
It. This
mistake about
: Mid towns to the Ma- make no the School of Enrineerlng of C -
tus of slaves or serfs n matter is a constant reminder of unfairness livnbia University New York Deckles with The the check compliment wa presentcd of- yank In modern warfare through

whether or trot they are theoretical undemocratic practice and aty. Columbia Picture to the young an integrated' marine patrol in
free cut eenss of a democracy caste manisfestati n. Smith, who graduated' in 1957 men 4n honor of its upc ming release Korea It' a picture that all 'will
Upon time wit impose segregation. EATING FACILITIES from Northwestern Sent r liifffl "AH' ) The Young Men" be proud to see
falls a burden of guilt and in Miami, has for the past three
tnee of eon cinee that shoAsm Indignities pile upon indlgnl- years attended' BaldwinWallaceCollege.
many complex thought and ac- ties. Take the matter of restaurants Derea. Ohio under the
Uon patterns whether they recoffnice White are served' anyplace "combined plan." Overtoil's Pressed Face Pewrfer.
it as sueh or not "Unfair" in the couth, sitting or Under this plan a student attends .
is hardly a strong enough word standing but Negroes must take a selected' liberal art college :
to ue when we ....11; of a me of out food or eat standing up atc for a pert d of three years. Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Co.
the jraetiee followed by se=re. unters. never sitting down and specializing in mathematics, physics -
........... bcini served. And in many place II and chemistry At the con- t Chicago 9, Illinois
even to take out food, the Negro elusion of these three year of
It it only risjht, I think to *.,1 must go to a certain window, pre-crofesaional work he i* admitted I II. new and amaethtr cam
here the manv people who live usually to the rear '.f the eating t the Columbia Schoolof I pact powder that will give
under w' reflati n and keep on establishment. And here we coma Engineering if he ts recommended -
complexion soft natural
practicing it are doing so out of to the matter of sit-ins especially for transfer by his liberal your a
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habit and cuiom. but for one in regard to lunch counter art college.At look It's the powder yuvabttn
reason or anther are afraid to and restaurant in department the conclusion at two yean Marching for. It I* blend
wok out and afeow that they and chain stoicsExpediency 4' f professional work at Columbia I td with a creamy faundatlan
think! it U. wrorh(. Nevertheless, and unfair business Smith will receive the BS I that will not streak stays
tM dose not alter the fact that practice show themselves In alltheir degree in Engineering frm CoLumbia .n longer than most laoe
prejudice and biffotry stttl chew unsavorines in the matter and the AJ degree from
thefftnetve as ranched and fl ........iRc in the south Perhaps lunch counters and restaurants.The begin his studies at Columbia n compact keeps your purse
the mot vicious aspect of segr- patronage of Negroes is welcomed 5<<1>t. 5 in the department of neat 1 1At
is the constant reminder' Electrical
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ratios and asked' for In every respect Engineering.Advertise
that If a person dAM not have a as far as buying good i* _. your favorite cosmetic Only if. (fplu tax)
unite akin everyday Irving becomes concerned cars. large appliances counter or write: Mlrror-Compaci-.41.10
a c Aslant series of in- furniture, TV sets radio, It Pays! (plus Urn) .
dicjnttk'. humiliations and undnwxrratic clothing drugs anything one .

attack can name. The money of Negroes ..L..L _.;-r< _- ._"' __- ______ _ ---_-__
THE NEGRO KNOWS i* t..ut.* good as the whiteman's
for these thi,... But on
Ever since the Messy v. Ferguson the .ther side of the ledger, in For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
derision WM handed down. these establishments a Negro
everyone but especially the Negro must use segregated' toilet facilities
) knew that "separate bit drink out of segregated
eq\i.r WM more a p-fwlar slogan fountain and must either eat BONDED COLLECTION
than a serious Bier of the standing up or take the food out
south There was no doubt of the
It u n-> surprise to me that
South's detevminati
n to keep
.. .... America's foreign policy and dip.
,.Mon bjt the nod in the
direction of equality' was only a lomatic endeavors are being
token ge+sture. with all that this questioned more and more and AGENCY Inc.
imptfcw Until recently, schools will be in the days to come With
were few and far between f-r I such dice flagrant examples .t preju "I
and bigotry against
Negroes, with underpaid teachers citizens
inadequate fKiI".... different of our country, haw can weprC'aC'b
ctHTimlum and different school democratic ideals and
terms in most ce principle abroad? A* long as

Work opportunities under segregation I u these a divided.practices country' persist, m America re open The largest collection and rental 'j

have always been inadequate i to criticism and more vulnerable!

few and unfair. Until onlya to attack. How long can the agency in the South; operating in r
years aCO Negroes were United State afford the luxury
taken into unions in the south of a small parti n of Its population
Dade and Broward
Counties'Negro
certain j.t bs were open to them Jeopardizing the total
wt"llu'f'

and the Jobs that w.rePt"ft were and security of all?
largely of a mental type And to Housing areas
add insult to injury the wage Annual
scale fur Negroes and White State Tea

varied in great degree (and still kKThX3Icop1 Churchwomen of
do et.) This. WHKM practice al- Church of the Incarnation L C. 'HOOKS. President
low r* #r ,.. to be paid less in invite you to attend our Fifth
maw instance for the same Annual State Tea at the Breeze MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE
THAN
work at that done by Whites way (YMCA.) 3770 NW 13th
Ave en Sunday August 28 at 4 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
In the matter of transportationthe pm. A wonderful and
very mterJmg BROWARD COUNTIES )
indignities suffered here program i* planned for
alone are a matter of rarrd. The
same' fare was paid by Negroes Mrs. Leola Johnson, Pres. W r5r-
u that paid by Whites but until Fr. Disha Clarke vicar
recent decisions of the Supreme Mrs. Dorothy L. Weaver, < :
Court of the U S.. Negroes were Sec. Prtmotion
forced tilt in the rare of buses A27 b

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I JUST BROWSIN' reward County I SATURDAY- AUGUST.---27, 1960 PAGE' I


PAUL R. HENRY la a veteran of such
By --- 4 YOUNG
He reared by
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The American Federation of EliJIha Clarke Jr..-who Is on vas FOR begin "* !tne..::ntt;*
Teachers held its 44th annual cation. of S He was bp.1' I I
convention in Dayton, Ohio On Wednesday morning' at tae Water Oawa i CONVENTIONA bernmmff an orda a( -
slnr" Jriovah'i W
opening Monday of last week. 840 a.m' Mass the Rev. Jar -
I ...,. tha' just as n y
rette Atkim. -icar of St. Chrtot
President. li:M'ft'ft sen them ph<<. LaiMlerdale. and St. Phi :i-- of busy young minister b"p'"m:! m.i-Jut ." i f
The C W H. Chamber travel 25,000 mile* a rMt"h.
greetings and said they "must i lip, Pompano Beach was the t't't"\ C mmerce' will, meet Monday, !lpf't"adUSt" good news of
fjftd! 'n their work, not only sK- brairt
Au*. ?9. 8.30 p/m./ at the Chamber Kmrdom- hw paused m
fotfllkneftt equitable regard. I of Commerce balking All tarn,. in Miami, to direct a
Amen other *.takers were AFL I Madison McDonald, of Mr. WATCH AND
son member are asked to be present' campaign.Jarre .
president Carl Mefel, of Chicago and Mrs. Henry McDonald of REPAIRS .
w4o aim th tight teachers aHouM I Naaaw. is the h we ,ntal of Mr. Mrs. Eve Sawyer and son Hillary A.district Thompson --
year-old
be cquitabir rewarded He believes and Mrs. Atqaith McDanald of guaranteed
returned home from Natsau. Watchtower Bible and
:, "1 teachers should be paid 19f NW tt.v v McDonald w. Bahamas after spending S ciety. Is working with ,.. In Business
from 16.000 t.. $13.000 a year enroute to Ph.:adetphia were he several' months. with their uncleEdgar Miami conrrejcations of I '
will be a Mordent at Temple: I* Hate lUilery has spent the Witnesses to prepare for a Jewelers
In Beach. Woolworth I
Dayton past eight years in the Bahamas day ttl'foat'f'.ru"uln-c- ( 2nd Ave.
MrCrery Grant and Walfreentores Three ,,
'hik1lM 1aM who are I before returning to Carver Ran- next
tin in Miami each .. 1.0152
have desegregated' their against the COftE workshop have ches.
11tftetJ counters.In asked Count Manager O W. Thirteen thousand are I

Campbell t s' the .school 10f'I.Iqntioo Mr*. Gwend-lyn Murray ofWest to attend the sessions.
WasMnfton. DC. last week dtmonstratera. Thr Hollywood left for Nassau 28 in Miomi Beach \: I
about 2OO young people held a were' told that unless CORE violated "- 21 lor. vacation. Hall To provide II<".
Auf "
Sunday
.....r meeting in the Capitol. some law the school couldg She win be visiting friend and for the visitors Thompson Sizzling Stsaka sad
They prayed thusly: on adult members of the' Chaps
relative Gwendolyn (Pee' Wee)

"Oed of Ge rae W h'ftetoft. Is the daughter of Mr. and Mr. jrrecations are canvassing always something
Gad. f Unc,fn. God of the BlackMan STRANGLED BY Luke McKenzie of West II lly- In the area in search of at
to -. wood -It's Just like in Bible'
we call you t be with
ue (Its our hour of d istre+... and I UNKNOWN MAN Thompson explained The t".re"n Cafe
ak: t+iat Mtf brethren poMticitn Mrs. Jack Reading and lites of Id had to travel Wllll Mao c.....
be knfe41ed to give justiceMRala4i Miami homicide detectives" ......toH. Bonnie, returned home times a year to ,,.,rtet.,.
were questioning .&Uflft'ts on Monday to West. HolfctAO d after convention or religious

Boat n. 21. vf Tennew' Saturday in theMf ulationkdlinc attending a week's vacatWm in and the city would la Tasty Faatfa
A A I. ns broken the broad of Mary M. 8r .,g. 4S. of s...... Its h tries to them "
jump record made by Jew 376 NW 17th trrNeithbow The slender eartntng 22nd Ave.
Owe w In IMS Boston jumped 1 the Beatrtteian ol West Holly preacher spoke" s ftlv 4-8110
rarerted '
: i einc Mrs.
20 ft 114 I inohe*. He la on theu.s. Brook' waud and JI.uaMako.tll present t"hthwi-alf11 as he ..
strunflm with
M u*
their pre-Lafe r Day barn Miami
Olympic team work going on In
identified man *in front of h e r .danee*Tuesday nlfht Au,. 30 at than 120 Witnesses
afiartment wind, ah rt jf before I Bahama Club Musicby '
A very intereating" story efl the Rayal Kr rne. Southwest and
Dade Ceuniy's first ache' 4hewe 8.38 t>m. Friday, but they did n tinveatiffate W C Baker Donation 100. Con<
a* aublishrd in the M4mi Her Men the commotion" fr TVkrt on sale at most of the the canvas, he saM H
XIanday Did you read' read it? three hour Then they' found .her howdy" a-. meeting food results Ass'n

Did you know that this sefcan' dead and called police While many dHeeates ",' .

house .. In West Palm Beach It ... The BeattUctans Guild of West in hotel and motets, he i
w. N.W. 49th St.
.*. built> In 18A5 and opened" in Hoilyw.d and lI.l..k.x. out that others prefer t c
1885 of In NEED CASH their' many thank to everyone
by a ''gr up Karen press homes because of the ," mretfnta 1 d *".1!
those days Palm Beads war< in who Hef) ed their mu4caltr dial atmosphere they And.
Dade<< Ceuniy The we"den build- $25 to $600P18.3653 t,. be a aucces on Sunday nights of each I
tog. is sttt! in exiatenee and w'! Ai.lA 21 "When we Rn to the d drive

he preserved' by the Palm Beach - h Historical Aasociatfen identify ourselves. and
about the Christian en' invited to Join
IDEAL j
LOAN CORP. *
Attorneys Mark ...,". r 'we- WEAK DtNTuRES that is t be hed this m
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Ad. Pr
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sfrtng Legtvlat've- J.ftwItt.- 6105 N.W. 7th Are. Don't Get Sore ask the householder if
tine Committee that haa been a rotvn or corns they C. Bawl. I.e',
c ndtteHng hearth s to rteterm.newhether -- |j make available' f r ..
or not there arc Com- 0s. LYONS "If they do. the ro.im 1* r
nwmst in the NAACP. nan a.ked A1L-DAY with our convention NOW!
J dge W M Walkers to trite APTS. FOR RENT ters and delegates fnn
the Rev Theodore GfeMm and DENTURE l11 are assigned to stay NAACP

Erfward T Graham, both of Miamif Cfficiencto CUSHIONS -
r cBAtempt These two ministers t .8ed,..", Nt LMrhw..q h1rw i
refused to answer' question 2 8.dl'OO" w
r.t nK pew(-
damWAC that the inveU aUiMilAfrtftfed Oa to gist, saw.- r Iwo 4a.i Special JO g.m.4:30;/
an thetr'censtkuiio t gee. eeeiA .wa p.m.CUTRATE .
rtia W of freedom 'f auertatkm.JwiiV Rent Offk ....... ...tlHARLEM....
Walker has set Augu 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. .....
30 as the date for the anlen t ..1.
hearing. THE BEST IN TOWN BOWLING45c

Save money DRUG CO.

Cuatomen pure HaAC grocer- 1400 N.W. Srd Ava Miami
Lee, etc. from Grand' Way and per line
ether chain stores do not have to

pay a dime far cashing cheek: During the evening enjoy our air conditioned lounge
TM Rrie xaa abort-lived Now Edison Center Paint Headquarter
yes conttnue to 'WI'rite your dMrit.aJ I
your. bW with it and it c-) WE ALSO CONTRACT "HAVE FUN BOWLING"Join

y u n. hing PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES ,a Bowling League Bring the kida

Licensed and I Injured
The State Beard of F unt..,n
KM rejected the appeal! I of Theodore Core Mixed Fre Fret Estimation and Consultation

Clan Jr to ..... M.ami Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. M
Jackson 1118 Scft ol and aKned -
Time payment plan a.ailable--Phont" PL 9-3231 x
Mm to BTW where he wa a
rtudetrt. The beeN atoo t. nod

down the appeal .f Beany Pear- : ; ,
saa wha wa kod to attoad N r.k.Miami -
Beach Seaior 'titI h. !!, kaaaigned

to-North-Dade H.gnf IF YOU NEED A LOAN, Phone

The Rev Theodore r.w.o'1. Consolidate Your Bills into one Low Payment
4 nod r of gnat Churrn. (" Glove, was the eel brann: d FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE A
traaohar at.... 84ft: awn Mar
Loans arranged at home
last Suada>" at the Church of uieInaarnaUon. your
IMS NW 54th St No inspection fee
He y supplving for the Rev
Call or write to JOHN BERGER
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New WFEC Schedule
337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-7769
EFFECTIVE JULY 12th ,
MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
5:30 am. .800: am.- \.
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11:00 am. 1 p.m,-Ed Cook r 'tor r uttL11Jti
lee: to 2 p.m.Gospel B. Bay

20 to 4 p.m.-Ed Cook ,I-s.,_ o.. .. er _...,i... .
40: t> 7:1S: pmTJ the DJ
5:15 530 pm.-Jim Reid News

3JO: to 9 SATURDAY a-m.-Sat. ScirltuiliK MIBOWLINGOpen

: ) to 2 pm.-Ed Cook
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5:15 to 530JIIn Raid News
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SUNDAY

530: am. to 12 noon p11YSir'I
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Sunday Aufiut 28, .4 t 7 t
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Main Office .t 1740'N.W. 15th Avtnut-.Phon* OX 10421 140 N.W. 13th St. Donation Is one
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THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK
Bessie Bethune |IS president and
.C. Cambridge secretary
POLITICAL FRIDAY SATURDAY SUNDAY- ffONDAY
There should be a very Interesting political cam- POITIERS'S DAY < 1 1I
:palJfJ1 during the next two months. :
AND
The Democratic Party undoubtedly has a strong NURSERY
JERi'IENI
presidential ticket with Senator Jack Kennedy and Sena KINDERGARTENRegistratlon / : ..
visual
tor Lyndon Johnson and they are leaving no stones unturned begins August 15.
in making it known. Hot lunch and transportation In- diary of a
Speaking recently of his running mate, Lyndon John- eluded. 1480 NW 69th st Please few weeks In
- T5T"Texas ald: "Kennedy possesses the attributes and call formation.PL 1-2659 for further in- as the life ofI

qualities for outstanding leadership and the kind our I madcap

country so desperately needs in these dangerous and uncertAin Barber WantedCharles who makes .

time" He Mid he is proud to be Senator Ken- Anderson, owner of the 'I' gl.: far fun!
nedy's running mate. White Horv Barber Shop. 6412 .
Returning the compliment Senator Kennedy said that NW 15th ave.. has open'ns? for'' !! ;
master barbers f r h.* shop inLiberty I :
Lyndon Johnson was the greatest majority leader the
City Any interested bari i
Senate ever had. bers can see him at the above H-
The states of Mississippi! and Georgia that were cold dress r call ban at OX 1-9770 AL

toward the Democratic platform, especially the Civil .i
Rights plank, have cooled down and will string along \'
with the party. That leaves Alabama and South Carolina FOR SALECOMPLETELY
die-hard segregationists. They too might weaken before SET UP
November. FRIED FISH & POULTRY

In Florida some nine members of the House and Wonderful opportunity' for couplet : !
three members of the Senate would like to have a special snake fin* Ilvln$. Establlthed : :
session of the legislature to put a slate of unpledged as successful business' for past 3

electors on the November ballot This would require the year*. i I -
approval of 23 Senators nnd 57 House representatives. I 704 N.W. 2nd Are.
Governor LeRoy Collins does not favor a special session. CALL JE 1.7587

lie believes an independent slate would have the
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,effect of electing the Republican ticket for Florida. "e "
Senator George Smathers will lead' the Deemocratic thiNCHESUN.
drive in the South for the election' of the Kennedy-John PECK i
GREGORY
son ticket ? THRU WED."Roiemary" \ "
Smathers i said he wanted to emphasize that accepting f
the leadership' & of the drive does not in any way mean
that he approves of the democratic platform nor gives indirect -
Story of Call Girl PluoBrlQltt
!support to the Republican platform. In his Judge. 4 f "

ment both are "obnoxious and unrepresentative.! Bardot In I fI

A fine gesture and one that will be remembered is "La Paruienne" I
the contribution being made by the Kennedy family Adult Entertainment,
foundation of $100.000 to the African American Foun- Admltolon' 7k ""\
dation for students coming to American colleges. 1ErNNICOIORo
The slate department had agreed to put up the -- w ...-......._ ._ T r... ... ANTHONY QUINN
100000. but since the Kennedy foundation suggested 1 wh's1.1r3f1: f.tlG

contributing that !sum for a period of four years, in all r. r ra Ga.
probability this offer will be accepted. I RITZTHEATRE

Announcement has been made that Senator Ken STARTS WEDNESDAY
nedy will make a tour of the South. Accompanklng him
will be his Negro aide Attorney Frank Reeves of Washington NOW PLOYINOLet'
D.C. Miami is said to be one of the cities he will "KmYe all sinners..
Make Love
visit Yo f11 ail burn in hell!"
Coming to the Republican' side of the campaign. No Marilyn Monroe

one can truthfully doubt the strength of the Republican Tell'em Gentry...
ticket with Vice-president Richard Nixon and Ambassador PLUS teH'em everything
Henry Cabot Ix>dge. Roth of these men are well "SIGN OF ZORRO" JftA
known for their capability and experience. f'- -but not about

Senator Lodge has resigned his ambassadorship at __ 4'0.1'I"' t fL your whiskey and

the United Nations so as to give full time to campaigning. '. + your women! -
He has filled' the office at the UN with credit to himself AIR CONDITIONEDCAPITOL !z ....
and the country. I
His successor will be James Wadsworth who has tl iutiiici
been deputy chief of the U.N. THEA"" RF I

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AND SUN. thru WED.

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when your TV set starts gtving
/ F. W. Franz you trouble, Just tall for he+pwe'll JQ 1Tf J
come on the double.
h
Vk..p.ddent of Wotchtower Sodory ",. SOOTIN'S TV. 321 NW 3rd Ave
stands for reliable low-cost ser
vios and repair, Ph, FR 3 1589.


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VV'J' ., .tt; f this you have been awardedthe MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
Courtesy Award for the
e THIS and week by the Miami Beech I SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 PAGE 5 ,+
Chamber of Commerce.A .

bouquet of hibiscus to Miss

Shirley Unet of 420 Lincoln Rd. Register NowRegister delivery. Ages from 3 months to
THAT t'r nominating you. S years. Phone OX 1-8832 or FR
: your child now InFal.1and'l .-' 038. indfDon't
Wedding Andy Greetings Nursery and Kindergarten -- -- --
to Mr. and Mrs. George Lane New! Hope Baptist Church
By RUTH H. POUTS August 25.Condolences. MOO NW 15th are Hot meals Fret Fight! t
served' daily. Free pick up and Join The
----------------------------- NAACP
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to the families of

BACK TO NORMAL During Joyed a few+ days of relaxation In Brandley Dunn and Mrs. Elir*- 6.
the put week the pleasure was Nassau recently. Miss MAUDE beth Bohanan. Please know that
mine to talk with many of those ELLISON: and a party of friend all that real srmpathy can mean
who have returned from summer took in the cruise on the s.s Fla. and all the comfort that kindly
vacation which took them to and were fascinated by the sights thoughts can bmig are yours at
Flares of interest far and near. A and shopping tours I this sad time.BIIITIIDAY.

revealing thing happened. Thru .
each conversation ran the threads Representatives of the Miami GREETINGS: Ida
of the expression "well be bark Alumni Chapter of Delta Sign K Sidney Lois lUCks Evelyn
to normal": in Just a few days. A Theta Sorority who attended the Wll ams.. Alice Hawkins Diana
paragraph (page 160)) from Jan Nati nal Convention Jn Chicago Dames 22; Emma Stanford, 23;
Struthers' Mrs Mlnniver, came were Mesdames Ali J. Solomon Jonathan Thurston Charles
to mind. local preside acqueline Wyche 24; Ella Hadley. Calvin
Airs Minniver and family gadJust Crosby Annette Mi AIM and Miss Owens 26, Samuel D. Wright
returned' from a summer iris Williams |jpMr nournoy Lynch 26.: Ruth* Mae ii
I I Adams Gwend lyn Cherry, Eu-
vacation trip to the country." Her .: -
refection' about the immediate' and Mrs. Vorthington I I n'cc: Moss 27; Thekna M. North 4 f s .
par }beted "Back to nrrmaV Tyler she Is the for, t Charles Jones Nathaniel Town- r
anna M Gt'Ofl1-j(I set! 28 -
end like this: | ore who lived y
one time, have a well
"As she turned from the win home in Jamaica. L I. Their THOUGHT FOR TIlE WEEK:
dow the date on her writing daughter Miss Shirley Moore, a Never explain your friendsdo ,
table calendar caught her eye. school teacher in the Dade system not need it and your enemies '
Just a year ego, she rememberedshe visited wit{ them during the w'.11 not believe l'I anyway. -
had stood at that same window summer' The Worthington, gavea Etbert HubhardUshers' .
putting the wnmef away sumptuous breakfast pity! for
and preparing! to. enjoy the Mrs Annette McNral) Notice
autumn. And here she says I I
again: only this time it warat 1 Attending Indiana University All officers and members Pf 41L'
chrysanthemums she was rearranging (summer session' ) were the Mesdames the Junior and senior tufeer board
but values." I I I airs Fryson, who received union association are unfed' t > be
the A degree In
Education; prevent at ur monthly program 1
Any summer or state of affairs ENibethNiekey" Stephenson Sunday. August 2A 3 p.m. The
which can produce In us the realization Clara Wilcox. Kathleen Moss, ,I program will be sponsored be-
that our values must be Vnevieve Lockhart. Err Sands green St. Matthews FreewillHoptist
re-arranged and re-adjusted to Will.e Mac Cols& n. Nancy Dawkms Church sen! r usher
meet the flow of the deep stream ; BsHs Adderley and William board and Mt Ohvette Baptist
* rrc gntoe. for example<< that the! I .
program will be sponsored at Mt.Olivedte
harpincss of the borne is more In addition to above named. << 140 NW hat Ct
Important than the happiness of Mr and Mrs Theodore Blue and Rt"I C. Mirktns, faster
any individual In the home, and their son Ricard .attended Indiana !)H David Hudson, Pres.
selfishness Or IT Ricardo... attendingthe
seeac to curb Mr Mrs T L
AMteon. rt.r
when we discover that some of experimental school fer accelerated rvp Q. T What do
the simple things of Mfe we had pupils. Bnroute home you
dismissed as of no value hare the famiU vacationed t fn the Blue Buffet DinnerMr ...f& .
great value that market price .s K4 e Muuntains f M a and the mean CLEAN ..
one thing and true value is another Smokey Ml*. in N C and Mrs John II ttwrt, >
It is p wibJe to know the TfteN VW 12th aye.. were hosts to CLEAN..CL111N?
price" of everything and the valve Mrs MYTLE TAYLOR wentto a buffet dinner party in honer
of nothing At.iacttk' and son-in-law. Mr and Mrs Cole Friday Au,. 19Th 1y... .
WE MEAN THAT THE i
PEOPLE. The Magic City attracts GBORGE TINKER They were .e present were Mrs Golu ). 'Mtarsr: i
such interesting people the house guests of the JASPER > Johmun. Jamaica NY. MM CRISPEST, BRIGHTEST TOM
The LOUIS<< KINGS have spenta ItIIOD ;. who made them very Helen Green Mrs LuIUU, ,
COLUNS UNDER THE SUN IS -I Iv
.*ek' of excitement and rest" cvtnt ruble while there and extended Mr and Mrs Leonard Ashe. Mr .
here as guests of the Carver many courtesies.CONGRATULATIONS'' I and Mrs J.hnnie Cooper Mr. MADE WITH CIEAN-TASTING
Hotel. Mr King is sole owner "fseveral and Mrs Ramon Palamers. Miss rpsttl(1
laundromats in Jacksonville OUVBR I IRECIIAIU Lunnel. Salo. Okeechobee; Mrs. FUISCHMANN'S GIN

hoa home base He finis; ;O' for .18 con*cu- t LeU Srtdon. Mrs. Edith Forsythe: ,
time to lead a musical azgrega- uve years you have been dvspen- MIl Addle Grant Mrs Erma
U'n in which he performs at the kng count t the par tons of I Antkrson and Mrs Luvenia Tay-
piano with the artistry that is .he Beach Theatre and because<< Of mil ixneu tai B nw w ruaciw umiac coif.. KI nu onI

hard to match or imitate The r-w-w- -. -'-.-- ----w -.-...w.w. w'-w.w.vvw. .w. w-wrw.w--___ ___..__._ .. ...___ ..____ ._ .'uL___ '.u ._ .u_ uu U_ 'n' 'n' .
--- --- "' --- Y MeM -" "". -
orchestra iI rated one of the best .1----s.---w..A.' ..v.;..:' :; -"-..'..?. "'''J.."......M..M.. ..-.'... ,.-".,._......--._- -of--------.y ...T l1.-_ 9 ..... _:':" 'ifl-v.--.A.---: ..y :.:. .P.'W"I".s... ....v.-.r..."._ ..&. >>.eA
and is quite in demand Advanced

more busy booking for a will 24 months keep the date group or AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIMEOWN


Dr and Mrs HDWIN SHIR.
LEY. Dr and Mrs HILTON YOUR OWN HOME
SHIRLEY and the KINGS. mill '
fly to Nassau and do a bit of

Wand to Miami nopprnx on Monday' before returning I DO YOU OWN A LOT OR CAN YOU BUY A LOT ?


lm"aJ..t While the enjoying Carver a which delightful wt. : If so, we can move this fine house on your lot

supervised bv tit se two lak+a&epenpe.
VIVIAN and PERKINS. pr
who are the pniprteiors of the
dining rrxtm tb'JI corner met- v:*-
itori Mrs TU1HJI.A SIMPSOWasfcint FEATURFSi
a DC and MrsFAWIf
:: DA YE. NYC They were These houses are now ,, .. 2 '- Mhomns, tile bath
elated and ,Iwued-as-pie wver r
the many attraction the city in the path of the Expressway ,t c -i., floors tile roof,
sffords t
Mr and Mrs HIRAM BOOZER and will be al tminum awnings and
iAnn > wh, live at lfi onNW r
10th ae in O,a Lnefca moved and completely j, !Iou lin. painted in*
spent their annual vacation witfc
their parent sad relatives In remodeled before being ( i'e anti out, Venetian
Nr 4rr SC Re4ura g with
them' was their sister. Mrs I sold blinds: quality con
EMORY GARY (Ethel! i a leading ctHH'tioft.
aw* af-tl baautirtsn of
Newfoerrv Parents rrf the. Bo revs
are Mr and Mr M C BOOZH
affcctfeaateiy' called "P..,.. sad e,
Mama" BOOM by their 16 children

and friends Or another similar, practically new house -

Gentto the Windy CitY of

Cbicago SAMPSON is.
with fnends Mrs Sampson is a
part of the religious, civic and

social life of the community She Total/ Price $6,650 Conventional financingCALL
U and has been a prominent I
YWCA board member rendering
exceptional service in many ca- FOR AN APPOINTMENT TO SEE THESE HOMES
pcitiea

Cleveland. Samps and his EXPRESSWAY HOMES
sister, Mrs Irene Pratt are in
I
Nassau on a business and plea-

ure the trip city by They now should be back ::1 I'' 601 N. W. 100th Terr. Phone PL 452228l33tSSm83 I


The LUCIUS CRA WFORDS. .. ...gr .:!W <<' t .i/:! : w.-:.. -.i.l ..=..=.r..iif'it. '
.. .,. .... ?l-.gr-n-W'---" ... : .:
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BOOKERTSHOE STORE


1190 N.W. 3rd AvenueACROSS
( FROM BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY)
.

Gigantic Back to School anfJ, A I

End of Summer Clearance, .


Selection ofladies
BOYS' and GIRLS' large
Hose and Ladies' White FlatSandals
BACK TO SCHOOLSHOES
Children's Socks Shoes &

ALL SIZES UP TO SIZE 3 Poodle Socks and ALL SIZES-MANY STYLES


2 Pairs$500 LayatvayPlan Use Bobby Our Socks Pairs for$5o0


EACH PAIR A $3.99 VALUE VALUES TO $4.99

Ladies'High Heels Ladies'
Women's and Children'sCORDUROY
&
Medium Heels
TENNIS EASY WALKER
DRESS SHOES
POINTED OR TAPER TOE SHOES
REG. $6.99 PAIR NATIONALLY ADVERTISED
88 AT $3.99 NOW!!

Now.99 : e

to
ALLCOLORS PAIRALL .
GUARANTEED LIFETIME COLORS-NAT.ADV. BRANDS
UN BREAKABLE HEELS
MANY STYLES

Sale all Pocketbooks
MISSES AND GIRLS on SPECIAL GIRLS'

White Tennis Gym Suits
W/rfe/ Widths Mrf Triple "EM

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S 8,000 Pairs All the latest .
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",: SLOW +.i Rr a. Y it PETERSBURG Va. Cooper- MIAII--U;; ;:;:
:
... SCHOOL af.v? leadership by the NAACP THE MIAMI TIMLS I A
ZONE end other local croup: both here tl
end in Richmond prompted d..
SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 PAGE 7
Y MY raven by a bus terminal chain to announce this week
the immediate desegregation of
T ,ts facilities in Vin.inij and foUr and is also president of the Richmond I I Registration Now
oihcr > uthern states where Ito NAACP.
cra'es.The Both PtA and DCIA were In ProgressLittle
+ NAACP was representedin up by representatives of Folk Play Sen .1. specializing .
\
Y meetings' held by the Petersburg NAACP and other groups in good home training, preschool .
4L Improvement Association eluding the C ngress' of het lunch served trans
: ; and the Richmond Civic Action Equality and the. portation. 3290 NW 45th St., callNE
Committee. -*.tlt Bryce Wagoner Christian LeadershV S-SMI A'.es 2 tM}. SIO'Randolph'
,._ad I Bus Terminal Resta- to coordinate moves to ""
ant gate lunch counters in the

f s Fcl.owing the separate me.tgs Virginia cities. Kiddie

'** with RCIA and UIA. Mr.
XM Wag,'ner on Au*. 13 said his KindergartenSt. i I Inn to Open
e mpany's policy in the future James AME n.....istration is now in progressat
"will be net to refuse serviceto 1845 NW ftMh si, will open S I It..ndoJp.Kktdie Inn. Certi-
anyone because of race" 6. Register y ur child now. .i f.cd teaches! t.i tram your child.
meal and transportation For further inf rmation call OX
The biggest army in Florida moThe army-ov r The restaurant here located in ed. For Information call 52'I I 1-79M or OX 1-W21 Jessie Es-
the Trailway bus terminal was '
1,000,000 students are returning to schools across the I the scene of three separate sit-in 1-4212 NX 3-2JM. telle Randolph

state. "Thl officer will signal the most! likely spots for dtcnonstraUen As an .uVgrowth 17'--: $1'L ...
encountering the Infant.r')"" says Carol Lane !sponsor of 55 adults and youngsters were Debbie's (

the National Safety Council's Carol Lane Awards. Ordersto arrested treop. **. They under were Virginia's charged new with Nursery School and J. F. DEAL STUDIOPhone

motorized forces include extreme caution to fit the sit antt-trespa law. KindergartenBack FR 4-3034

uation. The agreement, according:' ;o to School 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Wagoner, calla for his companyto '
ask dismissal C charge when begins August 22. We copy and enlarge pictures
Give your child the best In '
the cases come again in
MtinJc\ pal and lutings I up Courts cation under guidance. list of your loved one at
Louisiana Governor I next moath and Insured' transportation
cluded. 400 NW 24th (' half price. We make all
A care involving criminal pro- Phone NE 5-SO&2 NE -
You also contact kinds of pictures.
Mvutl n of a Negro under Vir may
IlfU.'. Id anU-trespass law is Florist f r information at
SchoolsDefies
Takes Over 4-1205
now fending however. before the -N
United States
Supreme Court.
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The incident involving refusal) ol -
Court Order service took place in one I the

To IntegrateU INFORMER Bus In Terminal;naatneif Restaurants the restaurant' IAIILEY'S COT-RAH STORE

CAUGHT WITH d 'ffreaU.m policy Wagoner
I I Th. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
J
SkeHy
s. District Judge aired that. he and the Rev R G.
Wright has ordered the school of I NUMBERSGOODS William, had agreed to drop 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
New Orleans to integrate ath.. I I charge f trespass against the.
first grade level next month but N.4irue* and civil) actions brought
Louisiana's Gov Jimmie II. I' A man wh said that he was against his cumpany by Negrues The finest products at Cut Rate PricesPoster's
Davis to k over' the schools on I seeking damages
ouuf the numbers racket since Btraamsmtnt Vavlft Vanishing Cream

Wednesday to prevent thlr integration. 1135. was caught "ted handed" The restaurants operate inTranlwajr Half Dressing ......tft (on sate' ) ..... ...... ..18Lngal4
with the stuff last Thursday and bus terminate in Virginia. Hair Dr*.*lng .... t.oo Griffin Wa
Davis signed an executive order was charged wMh p**.-s*.on of North Car Hna, Tennessee .. ............ LIquid
... .7* t.n
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taking. to himself all powers 39 tickets. Florida and MarylandThe (en sale) .... ......_.."..?... ..13Iathu

board from the and New the "exclusive Orleans scho control i Sxt).Utfht.i>*r-okl Claude Rev, R G Williams tl< C.r4..1 .I.h".............7................... ,. t.29 Madam Walker Ol."t .Ie t
Payne of 843 NW 1st had president f the Patvrsbun fanpiwrtnent -
managirnent and administration been a city witness ajainst court Officer Association. The IU-v Earring. ..... .10 I* ,7t S. I, Tonic .... ...... 1.45 2.31

of the public' schools f.r-. Amos R dtft"t'. who *asaccussed P B Walker is chairman of the OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY A M t* 10 P.M.
merly under the board's Jurisdiction of taking boliu n.r. Aoc.atk The H.-v P B. JOHN A McMINN. Owntrs
." and had testified on MondayRoundtree Walker is chairman of the Rich I .
He appointed James F Redmond mooed< Cvie Action C tnmittee. ? .
former ach vi) board and Clyde FJ ch
superintendent were acquitted .if the $74 bribery -:..;.;.-__..... _. .nr;w;_w-,1.. -w. ; ,..:..______"" _ftI'! "IIIIf '"' '"" 'D'III mo.nr'IP 'C'f_1r"t- -;-.
as his agent to operate .tW. / '. -* -- (1""" L.DO'L'ff-U- '-.W.K: l iI"" ruII"V .L
by the court," but they were
the schools
: on a segregated
basis when they open on S +pt 7 fired from the f ere by the board
An act '* the I960 Lou aM Payne was arrertedfl said Lt. i)i '
Legislature, said Attorney Gneral Frank Morn by Officer Jesse i FOOTBALL AT ITS BEST 'j
Jack P F GrwmBton. make Hill on NW Ha st and tat court
the legislature the sole authorityIn He is said to have thrown an I
Loi iana for pUcini white envelope evntetaiftg 28 b 11 1.'a
and Negro students The act also tickets slid $17 into s car as .
gives the legislature. the sole Hill avouched A warcr. of the
authority. to decide how fast the ear breugh t to I U# SO more CHAMPIONBaltimore
schools of the state may integral tickets and sal cub WORLD
*. It stipulate. that furtherlawsuits Dte>*.h Mel>avu, S4. .."f 2120
over school inUgratien NW 74tfc 1"<*r.. <..n r.f the car.
must be filed' against the state, was later& arrested and charged Colts
"and the LajtsJature must first with being in pos&e<*ion of bo-
give permission for the state to Uta
b* sut'd.Why ." Alexander Crone claimed at VERSUSPittsburgh
the hoofing on Monday that
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be Out of Style? Roundtrre. had "sho k han
doa-n" *ev..<.1 l tames, and ParD.t.tlftit'd I Sfeelers
Let us convert your double- that George had left' a
breasted suit to a single breasted "money packag- at his store for
narrow la pel $18 up. Roundtrve+
Yeur Smiling Tailors W7 NW

3rd Ave, Reuben Hepburn.tadf Prop'I Attention Parents! FRIDAY, SEPT. 2nd 8 p1ni.

Enroll y ur child in Petterson's
I Nursery School 2337 NW 58th
Registration Now Going on St. phone NE 5-4361 Transportation ORANGE BOWL STADIUM i
and hot meals provided
At Jackson's Toddle Inn I Licensed by State Welfare Board.
Helen Martin Peters., supervisor Tickets on ale at North's Travel Bureau and the
N E 4-4308 S3
Miami Carver Hotel

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Prices: $4.00 $3.00 -- $2.50

I CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE
SPEND A
SEATS HAVE BEEN MADE AVAILABLE IN ALL SECTIONS OF
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For further information call FR9-6779 or FR 1.1633 .

Motel & RestaurantAir This year aa never before the United Fund needs your help. Proceeds

In from this fan will enable this organization to continue its great work.
Telephone room
condition Television rery
You can help by attending this outstanding attraction. Purchase your

" Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway ticket at North' Travel Bureau or the Miami Carver Hotel.

Riviera Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
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PAGES SATURDAY AUGUST 27, 1960

MIAMI COREPRESENTS


A


l NIGHT OF STARS

BY ELUOTT J. PIEZE/
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METRO 'JUDGES REJECT and vicinity, M w.It.-* many Monday August 29
MANDATORY JAIL from, other communities' such as ,
SENTENCES Key West Fort Lauderdale and 9 P.M. UNTIL?
even as far as West Palm Beach,
Seven cl the total of thirteen who will be leaving' for the varlou .
Metro Judge. Including Senior colleges during the monthsof I I AT THE BEAUTIFUL
Judge Jack Turner rejected on September" or October, will bo
Tuesday, Turner's suggestion at there to enjoy that final fling before CLUB FIESTA
mandatory jail sentences for taking off for campuses Inquest
mot,rists causing accidents in of education.
Dade County The judges agreedto MARY ELIZABETH HOTELIn
The complete collegiate atmospher <
withhold such action until all
other means faiL out *the will ballroom bo prevalent the usual through.favors Honor of CORE Institute ,Students
Judge Turner added that the
and other novelties which are
matter would be discussed: with
.
true at all dances sponsor.td
the six Judges who c,uid not attend always Mrs Jacque'ine M Gantt the FEATURING
the Booker T. WashingtonAlumni
Tuesday's conference by of Mr.. and
before youngest daughter
Association, will also bo THE INK SPOTS
determining upon the suggested will Mrs J B. M:as Sr. of 1082 NW MYRTLE JONES
In abundance and the crowd
procedure. Tne judge said be there too.Anyone 65th St., was a graduate of the a> DAMITA JO AND ELOISE FOREMAN
all of the others have Bethune Cookman at the
agreed to who has not receivedhis College HER ENSEMBLE DON STRACHAN
"get away fr jm the term of summer session commencement
mandatory.
." Invitation' to the ball la asked JOHN McARTHUR
exercises Saturday morning BOBBY KENDRICKS
to call Jn person or phono the a> FRANK LEGREE
August 6 Mrs. Gantt .
The graduatedwith
suggestion of mandatory downtown office of the Miami ENSEMBLE
jail sentences had come in for a Times, FR !.22)l for Invitations. the OS degree In business I BLANCHECALLOWAY
considerable amount c4 Blast education I I WALLY FUTCH M.C
m&on the part of many people Returns From -
in important Daces. It had already AND MANY OTHERS
proved unpopular with Something NewIs

many many pe.pte. wen bdore InternationalF.r" Coming to Miami! DONATION ONE DOLLAR
it became a law, and all indica
tions pointed to the fact that it Watch The Times 1 i- _
would have been even more unpopular
if U had become law. :.- : -
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Metro judges n.
reuan nat* authority D in cases to they require feel

jail warrant sentences it, and, where also they to impose deem .iKtl1g (@f IrartH: (flhtb

it necessary. I

MINIMUM FINE INCREASED I p a 6000 N. W. 7th Avenue

But the JMtfff r4 v".""
musly' to (nervate the minimum'
Ann, which }. now $15, for 'al.| Via FRISATSUNAUG.262728Big
I"9 *. yield' right .f (Wa,." to 1
Us. .;
Thta violation was Ubtlletf No. I' .
1 'In th. July report and Included : .. ...,jI.
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such maneuver aa turningleft I 0't M" FLOOR SHOW
.. *:. -'\
'In the face of oncoming traf- I., ,, .. "
fie and pulling away from a stNgn ...I ...,J..''" ....,.f- \.. ''. ::" ,..11.(.
before traffic' clear' Driven '.
kindly' take not. !: ; ;{" ) The UNTOUCHABLE"

DRIVERS' LICENSES ON SALE -- '" '2 .J" 'J.JoIra. .

And speaking of traffic fines B Louise Rolle. grand PHIL HARRISYour
and the like, it might be timely princess captain of the Rattle C.
I.r me to remind you right here Dandridge Grand Guild Heroinesof
and now that the 1961 drivers Templar Crusades has just re.turned Master of Ceremonies
licenses will to on sale beginning from a very successful'
Sept. 1, and the sales will definitely meet with the International Con.
end on Sept 30. After that ference of Grand GuUds P. H A.
date all drivers who do not have in Boston Mass., where she represented Sam Moore & Dave Prater
the new, license, will be classedas the state of Florida and
delinquents, and driving in its Jurisdiction August 1316.
violaU o of the law. You have Mrs R lie also attended the Imperial
just one month in which to get Court Daughters of Isis :-;;, MIAMI'S NEWEST SINGING
your driver's license, be sure to She is. past illustrious come I
do so bet.re the time expires and dress of Kazan 117 Daughters of y -1L- SENSATIONS .
doot get caught in that, long line lu Other Miarnisns attendingthe .
of procastinators Go early save IUC Conference were Pria
time and mcney.COMMUNITY Alice Cash Ruth Bradley. Rosebud

FAREWELL BALL READY FOR of Jacksonville.W ods. Annie Belle Thomas Laf Bommie


Thursday September 1 I* the NoticeThe en ',. t Shake Dancer Supreme
date, the time I.I 10 p.m., the
place' the beautiful Harlem African Universal CNurc*
Square Ballroom, and the occaSion nvites >ou to ts 8th annu. \ssombly v.:' Featuring
the annual Student Faro beginning August 30 thru
"III l| Ball \ And what a time I Segrenrber 4 at 2334 SW 4th ]
All of the students from Miami' come all 4


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Men's Day At Mrs. Susie Holly To


I New Bethel Speak at Antioch


The Junior Matrons of Anttech
Baptist Church of Liberty City
will celebrate their 2nd anniversary

I beginning Friday nfcht,

'" Aug. 26 at 8 p.m. with a musical
'gip ,c''. -',.,'".!".,.'.,' program. Some of the ;ertkl-

.le I! .. ; pants wl! be Mrs Lenora B.
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.;\ Smith Mist Ruth Bradley. R'j

I ::;"..>: ; Roar Barbara William. and LInda

Williams.
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Men's Day at New r anniversary celebration on Sunday

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Mt. Moriah .f.- afternoon AWL. 28 at 3 p.m.
t
I ., Mrs. Susie C. Holly president of
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 the W men's Conve rtten. Auxil-
iary to the Genera] Baptist State
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Convention of Florida will be the

Mt. Olive Missionary FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST guest sperker The public is i cordially
invited to come
Rev. Benjamin Franklin patter Rev. C. J. Burney pa-t.r Mrs. Rachel B. Pratt fe president
2nd Ave. Hallandale, Fla. Claudia. Wa on. r"pwtpf" } --------- ------- and Rev. O W Foster, m4nistre -

Yvonne Jack n. reporter Sunday School ... to..".......... 9:30: f REV, O. W, FOSTER .
Sunday Sehoul.... ... .. 9.43: Morning services' ...._..._ llttC I
Morning service ..... .. ...... 10:43: BTU ..._._......_..__ 3:3C m Sunday Aug, 28 ts Men's Day
Fvcnht service ... .............. 730 Evening services .._.............. 7:00: ?t New Betnel The men are ST. MARY'S C. W. M.
Let us continue In prayer tnr planning:: a big day and they are
REDEEMER the lick and those that are asking the cooperation of everyw Bro. E. A. Cutmer. pastor
HOLY grieved. < man in Near Bethel. Mrs S Dawklns. reporter"
taucs I Sunday School MMMMMMM OU

Sunday ........................ 1 3c 10 a.m. Mr. HEKMON: A. M fc 1 p The speaker f r the morning Morning worship n.. IWA
.... ..
._ 730
Daily .................................... 8 *.lflNeveaa All) be Rev.*O. W. Foster, pastor Evening! devotion ._
lire SaiKuH Gay pattotSunday
of Antioch Mia.onary Baptist
Baptism Sunday School wt opened by
81 t Scdooi 93| J Church of Liberty City. Rev. Mrs S Dawkin After dev'tksi&
Servicesntffht Morning worsaip ._._.... a a.... Foster ts also the pastor tfEbcnezer dawct took their reapctlve places

Wednesday .. .. 7:38 sin. evening< worship ... ...._._... 7bl Baptist Chureh. with their teachers The lesson
C\invert inrtniclk by appoiBt- Publicity CMWfti-KH Music will be furnished by; Mt. was reviewed by Rev. Barns.Morninc .
ment. Tabor's Male- Chorus. worship WM led by
The ftMiHUis and frieadf fMt
K information call PL Rev It. V Stnart lie preachedfrom
r any Hennon< were thrilled Sunday 'Lt ,| Sunday night the servicewill'
9-2369. when w* found ourselves: ." c.se with a musical and hteraryproiram. 11 Corinthian 5:29; theme,
the midst of a a..e ffoup : I "S 'athen.. We Are Ambassador
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. )'OUft ffftofto were real 1: *." He WM at his beat. N*. 1
> A D MOORE I Rev Thema IWlIoe te ehair i ant
Mrs. G. MeFord
choir with
Alice Evan, teacher of qualified and willing to carr> ?n the Men's Day progran and sang
(.xcegtional children at PhylU the Jt'rvitw. Bi-ery you 'tr S.ild.: .% A ,, :C3: w. b*' observed Bro E W. Forbes, co-chaiHnan. at the organ and No. 2 ushers

W;.eoat..., Elementary School, will played his or H'11 very Men> Day at New MtM All parents are urged to see served.
raid the rafular weekly daeu- beautifully flak Haf ust Ohurch. fieO"W that their enridren' are in the Our pastor was "'t-In fer the
n at the Beha'l Center 1J7 We want to extend apecial I Nth ave.< Sunshine Band which" will meet past week. The church as a
"'W 11th ave., 8 pjw. Sunday thanks t> yowhf Allen Turner The theme is "Men Looking For weekly at the C'hurdLet us whole l is praying far' him that he

vug 241.Ilcr for a lovely .......... Turner is Jesus The aswoker tnr the pray. for the scat and ahut-ins may have a !eedy rcc'very.Evening .

******* will be "Not to the son of Rev. and Mr*. O. E. morn.ng is A. D Moore, and the everywhere.Kev. devotion was led by
Destroy. But to fulfill." Turner A nmnber of the St. 14ev. E King win deliver the Ernest' William, pastor Rev' Stuart. Rev G. Burns
Everyone is c rdially invited toaUt.nd James AM Chum arM an aspirant evening' massage. Mrs. Ireyne Brown nvorter; preached from St. Luke 22:IS;
and yeartictpate in this dU- to the ministry.We subject' "We Want a Man" Music
Mina Solomon, The White MoM Gospel Sing. was furnished by No. 2 choir
cui.n. Ihone I-MM. for further are looking forward t and the Ch ral Group will! TRINITY W .' a.EYAN with Mrs Phyllis Farrinrten at
secretary FR Sunday when there will W sermon ; .ne a b 3 musical! program the organ and Bro A. Carey directing
: information. both moraine and even.ng It.n.3 prDeacon, Rev. George t:. Jor.r son. pastor No. 1 uafrprs served.
Uy the paator. At 4 Silent 1 E Ililw.ing is chair Mrs. PnyUi Andrv, reporter
JUR. Our Sunday Sch ol
Convention
Church of The Open Door Sunday bcAool ......._..._. LOu
Worker Club will ,f'.t its
which heM
-- -- was in
t Mornatg Worship ...,. 11=00 Key
(Conjrejationsl) ec nd faahionette and t.. at tiu tI Young IVopic' Meeting ..- aWU West, was well!) attended and was
Rev. II C. McDowell pastor church. If you remember last. I suocea ful. 1At..* pray for the
year's affair you will not m:> sick and ahut-in
McNeaU reporter
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CHURCH
ST. ANN'S
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this Mrs. Norma Hall) i* prtu-: The women are *p< n orinc a
In ""'i > n to e to numerous appear dentIn (Cpiscopal:. ) picnic at Fort Lauderdale on
: Dr. McDowell will devote' I I lalla nda Ie, Fla. Labor Day. Tranoorteti n leaves
h.., meat. **? next Sunday, Au. an alter service ..wnlinight x Father E. S. Clarke" Jr. priest the Church. IOW NW Sth crt
the church will :
28 to a diouaon of the "CongoCruu itrtvTnetv Mass and Sermon ......... 7 am. at 8 .am. Hound tot) Stilt Mrs.
.." Dr McDowell. first sailed Senaatiuna l llumndng hkehsur Church School ."._.."..... t:00) .* CiWver I and Mrs. Mar-
up the Cong River in 1919, >,;a. are those ol Evensong. ,-r----i--.n.i.-, 7:ou ,.-I.t Ta> ur. chairmen
church toh.
and Mace that tme ha spent are shut-in
more than 30 year in the Con* heart broken for one ron I Church of' Fransfiguration
and ARC la He ha* lectured on another kI we Hill not f*mviait SI JAMES A. M. E.

Africa and conducted orientation then, and pra fur them 1 hp4wocal l Rev H McNeal
Af- 117 N.W. 152nd Terr Harris pazbo.
ccuies fur miasionaries to Sunday School .__..__, tII
ST. PAUL
rca at Hartford Seminary; Foun- A. M. r V ;n Jehn E. Culmer Mrs Sadie r. Dean reporter
datutt. Hartf cd Conn and Yale priest tn charge Evening
Rev M. J. Fayaon. PU1Ol'Mho Worship '*
Un.verity For dttu uife d ser- Lee Cray reporter Stanley Sweeting reporter Morning Worship 11:01

vure IR African Culture aad His- Sunday. School: ....,.......,,.,. |12' .3 Morning Service every. .Sunday.. 9.30
he received Worhtp : <.. -
> rural Interpretation .e:. 'f.t ;:
Morning ServiceEvening llOf __ .:"t'-
the Harmon Award. On com- Service. -, tail Sunday School ..._..__.. 10-.SC:

'n... to Miami a ) *ar aau U nurture .o<;i SEE THE SOUTH'S
an interracial ohurch o*' Sunday afternoon usher b ani
dvc.mvd a State Department ai6gninet No. I. Mrs Ciara Hilton, prci- ( man Deacon Cly t West' Africa. dent had their Joth anniverir> nnan: Deacon Macs., Jefrr' PSYCHIC READER
en:i, CC"-la.rmjn.: Kt-v A i
Many are confused by the Our Sunday School wu f. :*'tI I DEACON E RAMMING s. ;,p, ,-ut.r

X:onjo Situation." !hu menage with visitors They wire Kobe i; --- -- -- --._--. --. -_ ---
w..t i give needful perspective if George Jr. Sylvia Go r..'. -- ,-"" ---_""! .' -. = '. ''' pfl4 SEEHaDAra.
the emerging African State are Gould; William TMe4ena. D.> -
to Or inteilfasvftUy. understood. tona Boa.; Patricia Larkin

W"rkhip *..-vinw are at 11 a.m.p Do.y-na. Gertie Ma Green Central Life Insurance Co.
:-jmptly. M*/l NW 25th ave All: Georgetown S. C.; Faye Zismiu-r-

art ", 'e.c: me. man High Spring; Minn.c Jom*.
IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
C nway. S.C.; Willie Mac Grit 'I. .
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Georgetown S.C.; KeturahTh CONSIDERATION THEIR

ni M>n, Daytona Beach.Gwendolyn ;
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E. M. Thomas '
pastor I Gatlm. Wet I) I '
Pay Ills Myers, reporter Beach and Wilson G tlm. a WI'BOld n New Family Group PlanFather
Sunday School ,- til Fashion Kt-v.vul beg.i at Let her )'M'". at ..,.rt.... ...14.a"d .
Morning Worship .,, .?,.,...?. 11.-00 .Petect yw Ut.....he.t Iliaw
St"ul Monday. Au 22. Tiu Mother Children-All
B.T.U. ..__..... ...,.-,.".,,."", 6.00Evening Under One Prrruiuu. m i.enir'Niee' .uhle the atsl9e Ise
Worship .._,.".", 7:01 past r and moirkU-rs are aaknug New.boms Automatically Insured at Biroa a are .... (Kerr suss. Is_ bseleeaa
you tu please cumv! out and heap acid 'eve
in this n-vival AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev CONSULT HER-

William F. Savoy pastor METROPOLITAN AME I Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount DON'T STAY IN THE HUT. GET
OUT
NOW. BY THE HELP OF
14th Ave and 69th Street : Rev. J. J. Williams From COD Se.I CAN MEL

Sunday School .._.._.._.._....... 930 Sunday School ._.___pastor 83:0: YOU.

Morning Service ...,....".".. 11:00 Morning worship ..........._.__ 11:00: I Otte. ." ors
Westminster Fellowship ...... 6.OC: Evening worship ..._...._. 7:\K> $2,000.00 f* $50,000.00The t Lm..9pJn.Th.ra .

Rev and Mrs Savoy are ha 9 ..... a
py with the birth of their son, Overcoming of the Nazarene Company Also Offers Other Attractive And 7 pi... .

William Fairfax Jr. who weighed 12101 S.W 219th St. Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
in at 7 Ib. 3 oz. on Wednes- Goulds. Fla. S..dayt10a..3

day Aug 17 This u. an appropriate Lawrence Reddick. paster .

thought far mediationUnto : : Sunday School.......... ....?.. II:<<. DAILY
" ua a child i La born." << tured with loving care *o that it Frt-Prayer and Bible: ........ 800 1416 N. Boulevard
Fla.
may grow, the spirit: of Christ Tampa, 11.00 UP

within us must be nurtured with NEW MT. ZION BAPTISTRev. tJ
Vases 1..rIeftM
1 ving care so that it may grow OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
enabling us to become more W. M. Mason, pastor
mature Christians. Roe and Mary Minter, reporter 176 N.W. 14th SL WEST PALM BEACH MADAMHUNTER

Sunday School ....,..".....,... 9:30
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Morning worship --1.11.nilJlll. Il.-OO MIAMI 602 N. Rosemary Ave.

BTU ..._.. ..._ 3:39 1657 N.W. 73rd SLI
N.W. 4th Ave. and UUh Ten Evening worship "..,, ".,700 FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
Phone FR 9-1424 700 N.W. 2nd SL 304 N. Eighth St. MIAMI, FLA

MASSES Dont wrtta-Call la per.ea
Dallj __-.M. a all Drive I I
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c to Legion SeeksMembers I SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 PAGE 11

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Get TV Auditions Attention all veterans of Richmond -

Height William Henry Our Past This Week IAN

Bethel Post No. 8T7. American .
The Music Call" a new
Legs n IOth District U asking
WTOS-TV presentation commencing you to join up with them and ANP FEATURE -
Friday Sept. 30, every MIAMI POST make our community a strongone
ther Friday at 8 pm on Chan- OFFICE LOOKINGFOR in which to live. We are AUG 21. 19CM5 William Count AMERICAN
nel 2, will feature a program of having an affair every Saturday Baste, orchestra" leader born
Open Auditions, dedicated to as- HELPThe night in the Community Center, tn Red Bank, NJ WOOLWORTH
tlit professional and nonprofessional t::: come out and Join u* and become -
AUG22. 1831 Nat Turner PROFITS DROP
Instrumentalist
and
vo- Board of member For information
United States a
slave and leader of
cast: of classic and semi-classic preacher
Civil contact the following Legion-
Service Examiners, Miami. slave rebellion in South- 20 PER CENT
music only. In
being liven an announces that applications will aires. Joseph Stewart p *t com
hampton county Va., killed.
opportunity to be heard and 1"ORK -- WoeiwerthFroAes
seen be accepted until further noticef mander Murray James Jr. Edward -
before a vast audience. This aud r the position of Postal Clerk H llama Jr. AUG. 23, 1917 Five memberscf from American opertttww
tone will comprise members of and Letter Carrier. the 24th. Infantry Regiment during the first six months ;f
musk clubs and c mmercial 1960 dropped 20% over the same
organizations executed
for
These their
applications will be accepted Reeves to Travel part
that are anxious togive for examination in the Houston. Tex. riot. period last year, according to
an the James R. Robinson, CORE executive -
scholarship
or engagements wate of which will be With Kennedy in
to outstanding student talent later The announced AUG. 24 1927 Althea Gibson, secretaryProfits .
starting salary is
on the one hand while SouthFrank first American Negro womanto
on $2.16 rer' hour excluding tn'*e earnedby
the other hand, theatrical agents Male applicants must weigh at H Reeve, assistant to capture the National and the Eaglisfe and German subs
and advertising concerns" in a position least 126 pounds but this requirement Senator John F Kennedy and WknbJeten tennis crown sidteriea. defined form $3.999.000
to place professional talent i* waived for applicants Democratic National/ Committeeman born. to S3.087.000 for the period. Total
m e ncert. light opera, grand from the District of Columbia for the went
entitled to veterans preference AUG. 26. 1881 J. Finley Wilson profits company up
opera the theatre, radio, tefevi- Veterans will a lav get veterans will, accompany Senator .. exalted ruler of by $1.538,000 because of increased -
supreme
son: hotels and high-type club preference for the examination Kennedy on his campaign toursof the Elks for 30 yean born earnings by the foreofn sub
ANY PERSON within the requirement Disabled veterans get 10 the south.Pierre .1. Nashville Tcnn. std afHos
listed below is eligible points and non-disabled veteransget Salinger. Senator Ken In the ant six months ef 19&0
\ All aspirants will be screened 5 points. The veteran must nedy's press secretary, made this AUG. 28 1965 EmeU "Bobo the Woolworth Co. opened sixty
beforehand and the first of be able to prove his veteran clear when quests nod by newt-" TiUman. 14, of Chicago, kidnapped now atones and el ed" 13. The
these screenings will take placein status men on Friday "We're not going and slain in Money: company had 2.2A3 stores In op*
the Binder-Baldin Piano Stu- For further in/ormaU- we the to rejitfxer our staff for different M..... setting off one of the eratten on June W. rvftorted the
d.os n Biscayne Dlvd at 19th executive secretary. Board of regions of the l"OUfttry.S h .Jt'r most sensational lynch case CORE officer
,t. Wednesday. Sept 7 from S.JO U S. Civil Service Examiners, I Mtd. in the annal of American Robin n went on to say Thi'
to 10 pm Only applicants andaccompanists Main Post o UK"('. Miami 1. Fla i &Nt Henry M Jaekeon of crime Case was never satis- decline m profit may hue seme-
admitted. or call FR 9-5431 extension 26 Waahington. the chairman of the acton' fr concluded thing to dp< WIth "tie opening f'f
The requirements are as fol. Dvmocratk National Committee, lunch counters ..in 87 nties of 11
I tows SU.Y6VER I I revealed that Senator Kennedy' utbrrn 'Jt.*,
$5,000 i
Non-ProfeMionalr. : Except nag 'had already scheduled c<..nfMi_
musiciansfeip with at least five HOUSE BUILT ON twine through North Car Una.Tmneee Chow, Chow
rears of serious study behind and Texa Other BARGAIN IN
hem WRONG LOT Southern tours being planned forth Puppies A.K.C.

Professionals: Excellent. muisicianshlp Democratic n< Unr* will be
David Lewis sued the
surveyors LADIESSHOES
poise, feroenaltty with who fixed the location for his announced Frank later' I Excellent watch dog and pet
Reeves
t* a well knownWaihingt
a backgr und of public performances du lei at 3385 NW 49th St.. for I I n attorney who ha .
$5,000 damage n Wednesday in handled evil All colors 450 and up
many right
Vocalists under 16 years- None case
Dade C"tI't'VI' C".rt
for the
Inctrumentalfets under 18 years Lewis built on the wrong kit NAACP AN-LU CHOW KENNEL CANCELLATIONSAND
must be of prodigy calibre and w suing Hialeah surveyors
Maximum age for scholarship Roy B. Peppers and Thomas E. Registration 5158 N.W. 32nd Ave. SECONDS

public performance caused in fighting rr" At Jackson's Toddle Inn
Mrs Albert Pick will be the suit by the owner. Mrs Lucille 561 N.W. 29th St.

cmprescaria f me program and 0..v... who sued him to remove NE 4-4308 JOIN THE NAACP!
the sole criterion for selecting"<
the house and to collect' rents
performers Those wishing to be The Circuit Court and DistrictC .._ ............... ___ ___ w 1JlJ.. .JIQIT _. ...-.w
screened on Sept 7 will pleasecnd urt of Appeal ordered' them to ---
< a letter stating their age, swap lots.
name, address phone number Since Lets lot is the second TiICOFESTAUFMiami's
whether an instrumentalist or fn n the corner' on NW 49th stand
vocalist' a resume cf their musical 34th ave. it is consideredmore '
background; professional or valuable than the adj fining
non-professional, their two mustca
: selections and encl'se a snap-- lot.Lewis allege in hu suit that Only Exclusive Homes For Colored

4.,ot or picture, if they. have one. the surveyors "erroneously surveyed
Address the letter to: the wrong lot twice" for
Mr A.bert: Pick ,Citizens Federal. Savings and
The Music Call I L an Association. Hialeah. when
WTHS-TV he applied for a $6UOO mortgagein
1410 NE 2nd Ave. 19S3. then after the $12.000
M &m Fla. duplex was bui:t in 1954
Do nut phone Unless otherwjc -
n lifted, their letter will be

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Men's Day At Mrs. Susie Holly To
1

I New Bethel I Speak at Antioch


The Junior Matrons of Anttech

Baptist Church of Liberty C4ty
will Cf'IebrlteeIr! 2nd anniversary

beginning Friday night"
/ J, :
.
"' ,
/
26 8 with a musical
.. Aug at pjn.
"' program Some of the ;rtlel-
pants .....!n! be Mrs Lenora B.
Smith. Miss Ruth Bradley.. R-?

I Ross Barbara Williams and Linda -

I WilNams.
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-- The Matrons will Hone their
Men's Day at New ,., .j.' anniversary eeitferetfea on Sun;

I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Mt. Moriah I day afternoon. Aug. 26 at 3 p.m.
f
1 Mrs Susie C. Holly, president of
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 the W men's Convention. Auxiliary

_. to the General Baptttt State
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Convention of Florid: will be the

Mt. Olive Missionary FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTRev. guest apeker The public h cer-
dially invited to come.
Rev Benjamin Franklin pastor C. J. Burn y. *.t.' Mrs. Rachel B. Pratt is president -
2nd Ave. HallahdaJe, Fla. Claudia: W1100 rppow1..r and Rev. O W. Foster, mints -
Yvonne Jack n. reporter Sunday School -........-- 1:30: REV, 0, W. FOSTER lre.
Sunday School) ............. .. 945: Morning services __ M:at I
Morning service ..... ... ...... IOU: BTU ..._._..__..__.__ 5-SC: <<: Sunday. Aug 23 is Men's Day
t\'e.llBi service ....._........... 7:30: Evening services .._..____-... 7:00: vt New Betnel The men are ST. MARY'S c. W. M.
Let us continue In prayer fnr planning: a big day and they are
REDEEMER the sick and those that are asking the cooperation of everyw Bro. E. A. Culmer. pastor
HOLY grieved. man in New Bethel Mrs R; Da-aklns reporter
Sunday School ...-- .-........... 1:45
Masses:
.t The speaker f r the morning Morning! worship .__ 11OG
7 & 10 .m. Mr.
_. HEHMUN: A. M tSunday
.
Sunday.... 8 a.m. : A.m be Rev O W. Foster pastor Evening! devotion .__....._.._ 7:30
Dally. (Irv !;trustiiy.. partur. of Antioeh Mi.onary Baptist
Baptism Sundat School! was opened by
By appointment School ... 931: 1 Church of Liberty City. Rev Mrs S Dawkins. After devtionca

Novena Services horning orsaip ......._........ nl.t"l Fosters also the patter tfEbrnezer M>* took their reapctive places

Wednesday night ..... .. 7:3: Lam. Evening worship ?........._..... 7:04PubHeity Baptist Chunfe. with their teachers' The lessen
Convert instructions by atpotntment Cemmme E-1. Music will be fttrntofeed by Mt I was revieed by Rev Burn

The members and friends f : Tabor's Male Cherus.I Moraine worship we led by
information call PL RI'II.. V Sfrjart He preached
F r any 'Mt Mormon were thrilled Sunday I Sunday night the service* "Ailc l
9-2369. found from II Corinthians 530; theme,
when we ourselves .n :?se with a musical and ttterarypru
the mMt of. Rite group l ram "\n'.' siren We Are Ambassador -
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY .. I M lie ws at Ms beet. Ne. 1choir
yOUR*t. who were real!> Rev Thcrna Reife 1e cnaiman
A D. MOORE I
of qualified! and willing to ..; sang with Mrs. G. MeFord
Mrs. Alice Evan, teacher carry ) f the Men's Day pregfam and
exceptional children at I'hyHMWneatley the service Every young**.( r Su solar .\. : :::3 w. be ob- Bro E. W. Forbes. eo ehalnnan.Ali at tIMot' ft and No. 2 ushers

'' ESwnentary% School will played .KM or her pert very .crved a> Mm> Day at New Mt parents are urged, te see served.
trad( the regular weekly' <***<**- beautifullyWe M riah Baptist Chords 6700 .VW that their cfettdren" are in the Our pastor wa ahut-in far the
n at the B& a'i Center. U7VV want to extend a special 14th ave Sunshine Band which will meet pat week. The chureh as a
llth ave.. 8 pj Sunday, thank U yuun* Alb) Tun** The throne u "Men Ltwk nc Fur weekly at the church Let us whole i is praying for him that he
Aug 26. for a lovely message. Turner i is Jesus The a M..ker for the pray for the sink and hut-in may have a vcedy' roc Very.

***t will be "Nat to the ton of Rev. and Mrs. O. E. mora.ng u> A. D Moore and the everywhere. Evening devotion we* led by
|| a
<:r But to Fulfill." Turner A member el the St. Nev E King will deliver tae i Rev. Ernest William, pastor Rev Stuart Re%>. G. Burns

Destroy.Everyone is t c rdially ftvt't'd0 James AAIE Chufrfe and an as- evening mnaaagc.The Mrs. Ireyne Brown nvorter preached from St. Luke X:15:
and participate in this dia- pirant to the MUUM,,.. subject "We Want a Man." Music
attend Mfes Sokimen, While Hose Gospel Singen was' furnished by Ne. 2 choir
CUi-.un I hone 1-54W. for further We are looking forward t and the Ch ral Group will! TRINITY WL.MXYAN with Mrs Phyllis Farrinften at
secretary FH Sunday when there will be sermons heridl ne a b.g musxal) program the organ and Bro A. Carey directing -
Rev. George E. Jor.r son,
information pastor
and at 3
both morning even.ngby pinDcacjn No 1 ushers served.
the pa ter. At 4 ,...... Silent E 1t.h..or.: jg is chairDEACON Mrs. Phyllis Anar.s, reporter Our Sunday Sell ol Onven-
Church of The Open Door Sunday bcftool: ... ..._ thou
Workers Club will vrgunt it* ton: which heM
-- -- ._ aw 'in Key
I' Mornoig Worship 11=00
sec.nd faahtenrtte and Me atn..
Congregational West was well attended and was
( a.UO
Young t4upe' Meeting
Rev. II C. McDowell. patr church If you remember last N ece*.ful. Lrt..* pray ler"*.
year's affair you will not wm> IK'k and ."t-1M.
E. McNaaU reporterIn
A. ST. ANN'S CHURCH
I this Mrs Norma llaU is p.rtt.- ;I'i I I The wunH-n arc sp in..*ring a
rasp AM" to numerous ap- dent (Episcopal P. 'nic at Fort Lay It ffdet.e. en

pera: Dr McDowell will devote I'I UaUa nda Ie. Ha. L.ab.r: Day. Tran ortott n leave
L.. message next Sunday AIM In an alter service Snu Fes Father E. S. Clarke Jr. priest the C4iu di. 1669 NW 5th tart
.
:8u a dMoOUMiOD of the ""CongoCrai night the church will prs.ru : Mass and Sermon 7 ajn a: 8 .am. RiMind *4? SI. 8. Mrs
Senaalwnal 1soly. ......
1IUNeaisig
first sailed Myru hasher
McDaaell
Dr Church School:' .__._ MMMHM. tOO and Mrs. Mariut -
av
up the Cong River in 191'. Tnetv. are tnote ui.. Evensong. _._- ,_,_L11,.-. .. _... ,:au Tae .r. chairmen
vth ,,
end '1Me'hat lime ha* sport church are ",tUbtwart

mure than W year in the Con*> I broken for one reftun Church of Transfiguration
and ARC la. He baa lectured( on i another x *t. Mill) nut fvrjtt ST. JAMES A. M. E.

Africa and conducted orientation visa th !m. and pray fur them fur missionaries to At- 2571 N W. Und Terr pattar
courses Sunday School
rca at Hartford Stvtunar Foun- ST. PAUL A. M. tv I Via Jabn E. Culmer Mrs Sadie F Dean- reporter tII

dation. Hartf rd Conn and Yulern.vrrsl priest tn charge Evening Worship
Rev M. J. Fayscn. pastor YS
> For distinfuifthed, server Mrs Lee Cray reporter I Stanley Sweeting reporter Morning Worship l1JM
Services
His- every SundayMcrmng
T.ul* !in African Culture he and received Sunday ScnoolT..,..".,,._, tJI I W rhif> .. ................ 930: .
t. InurprrtaUon Morning Service .. ., "' :_ :'t.-
.., l1of'
Sunday School ..._..__.. 10-JC:
Award. On comin ,
Hanmun
UH Evening Service .........,",,, 7x11
.. tu Mtanw a )war ago U> nur- """. SEE THE SOUTirS
tart' an interracial ofturch a.' Sunday afternoon u+her b ant
dcrots: a State Department at *- No. I, Mr CUra Hi:too. pre- '::I man Deacon Clyde J.i4.on. cr- LEADING COLORED

&JV1W8t West Africa dent, had their 3bth ,Uml\'I.'hiU.\ -- e"...a.nnan Deacvn Mace.. Jemer- PSYCHIC READER
t n, ci--c la.tman. R.A Ir
Many arc confuted' by the Our Sunday School y....> f. ',...i I E RAMMING Last .
'Congo sttuaU n." hu message with viMton They *trr Rub> t; .
.. .
*u 1 give needful perspective itthe George Jr., Silvia Go r.. ... -', .. -._ -: '. -_.. upfl'' SEE
emerging African State are Gould; William Ttwrht,. *, l>*.v 'l '
to inteilitt'Btly uRd..tood..nhJ.p tona Boaea; Iatrieia arkuu 1
\..... aervkt are at 11 ajn.promptly. D.i.y.no; G rUe MM Gret'a. I Central life Insurance Co. :i r

W01 NW 25tn aA:1 Georgetown, S. C.. Faye ZMnur-

are UP;* roe. man. High Spring; Minnie Juni.*.
IS IIAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR
C nwa>. S.C.; Willie Mae Grt":1:
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Georgetown. SO.; Keturah CONSIDERATION THEIR

Thompson Daytona Be i h.
E. M. Thomas
pastor
Gwendolyn Gatlm. Wet P I 1n
a
Phyllis dyers, reporter Beach and Wikon Gatiui. "'PB New Family Group PlanFather
Sunday School ..."..."....".." t.U Kev.xai Let ".r y.are ., sa ...... galdeand
Old Fashion beg.u at
>
Morning Worship 11:00 ltP9tect yes "' ....__... Ills
St Paul Monday AUIi. 22. Tlupast Mother Children-All Under One Prenu.-u.
B.T.U. __ A*! 8"- fluid IB* chlpa ..
Evening Worship ...TTIU..._.., ':Oe r and tmxnberft are aiung New-born Automatically Insured at Bir. j a se .... Vr wow l. aaa4sMSS)
aad
to
please out
cuntv
you hv.pin and iv.
this nn'ival AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM I
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN CONSULT HEM-

METROPOLITAN AME i Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
F.
Rev William Savoy pastor
I OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
14th Ave. and 69th: Street Rev. J. J. Williams pastor From COD S.- CAN HELP YOU.

Sunday School .._......_._....... ..30 Sunday School ..._._.._._ 930: I i
Moraine Service ............... 11:00 Morning worship _... 110 Of"ce .. an

Westminster Fellowship ...... 6OC: Evening worship ..........-_........ 7XKI $2,000.00 ft $50,000.00 &.1ft. .....

Rev and Mrs Savoy are ha: nil,... .... ..
Overcoming of the Nazarene The Company Also Offers Other Attractive
> py with the birth of their ton And r p.m.tesdsyt. f

William Fairfax Jr. who weighed 12101 S.W 219th St. Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs

in at 7 lba. 3oz. on Wednesday Gould. Fla.
10 ..... _
17 Thu g gas y
Aug u an appro- Lawrence Reddick, pastor .

prate thought for mediation: Sunday School.......... ...__ I'" DAILY I
"Unto us a child U born. (Is. Morning worship .. ......... JIttG: Consult Our District Offices
9.6)). As a child need to be nurtured Evangelistic Service ......._.. *:.iWFri. or The Home Office MCAOINOtlJOO /

with loving care *o that u .-Prayer and Bible ........ 8'04' 1416 N. Boulevard Fla. ,
may grow, the sprit of Christ Tampa, Us
within us must be nurtured with
NEW MT. BAPTIST
ZION n Y*.,. I.MADAM. ..
1 ving care so that it may grow, OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
enabling us to become moremature Rev. W. M. Mason pastor

ChrLsttan Rose and Mary Minter, reporter 176 N.W. 14th SL WEST PALM BEACH

Sunday School ...,.,?,.mL.,,.,.._ 0;30 HUNTER
ST. FRANCIS XAVIER Morning worship .._,?.,.-.1 1. 11.:"OO MIAMI 602 N. Rosemary Av*.

BTU ..___..,......_.__._ 940 1657 N.W. 73rd St.
N.W. 4th Ave. and 16th Ten Evening worship .._ ___.. 7A0 FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE ..
Phone FR 9.1424 700 N.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St. MIAMI. f .A.

MASSES t Dan** wrlta-Call laI p.esas

Daily .. .. ..... I via Drive i ..J. .
Sunday 7 ajn. St 8.30 sin CarefuIIv 10' .






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Students Richmond Heights I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
to
Legion Seeks I SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, I960 PAGE 11

MembersAttention _L._ _

Get TV Auditions all veterans of Rch-!

mond Height William Henry Our Past This Week IAN

Call" Bethel Post No. 8T7. American .
The Music a new
Led n 10th District is asking
WTKS-TV presentation commencing MIAMI you to join up with them and ANP FEATURE -
Friday, Sept. 30, every POST make our community' a strong
ther Friday at 8 pjn. on Chan. OFFICE LOOKINGFOR one in which to live. We are AUG 21. 1906 William Count AMERICAN
nel 2, will feature a program of having an affair every Saturday Basle orchestra leader born
Open Auditions, dedicated to as.slst HELPThe night in the Community Center in Red Bank NJAUG WOOLWORTH

: professional and non-pro- s) com out and join u* and become
.22. 1A31 Nat Turner, PROFITS DROP
fcsslonal instrumentalist and
vo-
Board member For information
of United States a ,
stave and leader of
cast: of classic and semi-classic preacher
Civil Service Examiners, Miami contact the following Lefffon- steve rebellion in South- : 20 PER CENT
music only. in
beam liven
an announces that applications will aires. Joseph Stewart p st commander -
cpportunity to be heard and seen Hampton county. Va., killed. NEW YOUR -- WoMwwtfeprofies
be accepted until farther notice ; Murray James Jr. Edward
before a vast audience. This aud f r the position of Postal Clerk H Hanna Jr. AUG. 23. 1917 Five members' from American oper'att.Rsduring
tence will comprise' members of the first fix month :f
and Letter Carrier. cf the 24th Infantry Regiment -
music clubs and c trrnercial 1960 dropped 20% over the same
organizations
These executed for
Reeves their
applications will be accepted to Travel partin
that are anxious togive the period last year according to
for examination Houston Tex riot.
the
an James R. IWbinson, CORE executive -
scholarship
or engagements orate of which will be With Kennedy in
to outstanding student talent later. The announced AUG. 25. 1927 Aphids Gibson, secretary.Profits .
starting
salary is
on the one hand, while on $2.18 per hour. SouthFrank first American Negro womanto excluding th se earnedby
the other hand theatrical agents Male H Reeve capture the National) and ubsidiarie
applicants must weigh at assistant to the Engliah and German -
and advertising concerns in a position least 126 pounds but this requirement Senator John F Kennedy and Wimbleton tennis crown *. declined form 13.999.000
: : to place professional talent Democratic National Committeeman born. Total
ts waived for applicants to W.087,000 for the petted.
tn <* ncert. light opera, grand entitled to veterans preference from the District of Columbia AUG. 26. 1881 J. Finley Wilson profits for the company went up
opera the theatre radio tefevi.on Veterans will alai get. vet will accompany Senator exalted ruler of by S1.&M.OOO because of Increased -
supreme:
hotels and
* high-type clubs. erans preference for the examination Kennedy on his campaign toursof the Elk for 30 yean born earning by the forewftiskliarie "be
ANY PERSON within the requirements Disabled veterans get 10 the south. Nashville Tcnn. *.
: listed below is eligible points and non-diaabled veteransget Pierre SaUn<<..Senator Ken In the I first six months of It&O
All aspirants will be screened 5 points. The veteran must nedy's prey secretary, made this AUG. 26. 1945 EmeU "Bobo" the Woolworth Co. opened sixty
beforehand and the first of be able to prove his veteran clear when qucta fled by newsmen TtUmn 14. of Chicago kidnapped new store aid H sod 13. The
(..f'se screenings will take place status. on Friday "We're not going and slain in Mo ney: conpany( had 1.2M .stare. in op-
In the Blnder-Ilaldtin Piano Stu- For further informaUrn see the to rejkfffer our staff for different M...... setting oft one of the entton o\ June )8. reported the
d.os n Biscayne Blvd. at 19th executive secretary. Board of regions of the country.' Sahnger most seneattona! lynch case CORE officer
t> Wednesday. Sept 7 from 5:30: U S. Civil Service Examiners, Mid in the anna) of American ttobin n went on to say Thl'
to 10 pm Only applicants andaccompanists Main Post Office Miami I. Fla Sent Henry M Jackson of crime. Case was never satisfactorily decline in profit* may (have something -
admitted. or call FR 9-M31. extension, 28. Washington the chairman of the concluded to do with -he opening ..f
The requirements are as fol- Democratic "on.al'C..UUff.. lunch counters (in 87 ctie of 11
(owa. $5,000 SUfrOVERHOUSE 1 revealed that Senator Kennedy a titht-rn states "
Non-Profeional had already scheduled'
*: Cxcrpti:nal cwnftMifn
musicianship with at least five BUILT ON swing* through North Car Una. Chow, Chow
scars of serious study behind Tennessee and Texas. Other BARGAIN IN
t.)dm WRONG LOT Southern tours being planned for Puppies A.K.C.
the Democratic nomine will beannounced
ProfessionalExcellent muisi-
David Lewis sued the surveyors LADIESSHOES
c.anshtp. poise, personality withbackgr who fixed the location for his Frank later Excellent watch dog and p.tAll
Reeve
w a well kfk".nWuhifal't
v und of public performances du 4ex at 3M3 NW 49th St. for I
n attorney who ha
13,000 damages n Wednesday in handled color*-$50 and up
many civil tight
V<"t'.J..ta under 16 )ears: None Dade Circuit Court cases
for the
NAACP
Instrumentalists under 16 years Lewis built on the wrong tut AN-LU CHOW KENNEL CANCELLATIONSAND
trust be of prodigy calibre I and tf suing Hialeah surveyors
Maximum age for scholarship Roy B Peppers' and Thomas E Registration 5158 N.W. 32nd Ave. SECONDS
j 35 wears No maximum for Frederick for damage and expenses Now Gome on

cab..c. performances.Mrs caused in fighting ff 4 At Jackson's Toddle Inn
Albert Pick will be the suit by the owner. Mrs Lucille 561 N.W. 29th St.

T.pressarla f the program and C .tvla. who sued him to remove N E 4-4308 JOIN THE NAACP!
<".r sole criterion for selecting
the house and collect rents
performers Those wishing to be The Circuit Court to and DistrictC ..'W.......'W ,.......,..____ ........"._.". wrw___..____........ ....'W..____ w......- ,." ".'J/C. Yr.1It....__W1ll1ll"1lt._......
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n It H ft y TlOlC O CI. TOO KrTvrf f"aT iffTr : -mr m f W rii n m-mm >* a m*m. *
screened on Sept 7 will pleasemd urn of Appeal ordered them to
( a letter stating their age. swap lets.

name, address phone number Since Le'1s' lot is the second'
whether an instrumentalist or trim the corner on NW 49th stand LINCOLN ESTATESMiami's
vocalist, a resume cf their musical 34th ave, it is consideredmore '

background; professional or valuable than the adJ) >fining.
non-professional their two must.ca .
lot
% selections and end-se a snap- Lewis allege in his suit that Only Exclusive Homes For Colored

s !ot or picture, if they have one the surveyors "erroneously' surveyed -
Address the letter to: the wrong lot twice" for
Mrs A-bent Pick Cituens Federal Savings and
The Musts Call L an Association. Hialeah. when I
WT1 IS.TV he applied for a S6.UOU mortgagein I
1410 NE 2nd Ave. 1933 then after the 112,000 I
M.am!. Fla. duplex: was butt m 1954
Oo not phone Unless other-
s4 n ttficd. their letter will be

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Leroy Wright of 1513 NW 5th Range .

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 ave.. died At* 18 In Jackson I
DEATHS Hospital. His survivors' Include Martin Jones of 1844 NW 64th

I his wife, four brothers, three sis st, died Aug. 19 In Jacka:n Hospital
ters. Services were conducted He was a native of Monti-

CARDSMEMORIALSIN Aug. 25 at 2 p/n. in the chapel cello, Fla, and had lived In the
Rev. M. J. raison officiating. -
with
Alvin Moss, former Mixmtftn, Miami area for a number of
died in New Lond n. Conn, Friday Burial In Lincoln. years. Services will be held Saturday -

August 19, at the age of 56. at 1 p.m. In the Church of
CARD OF THANKS He is survived by his wife, a son, Jimmy Lee Pendleton, 4 ;year the Incarnation, Father dark of-
IN MEMORIAM old son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard
I daughter three grandchildren ficiating. Burial will be In LIncoln -
Pendlet: of 14721 Jackson St,
of the late I four sisters, a brother, an aunt Cemetery.' He is survived by
the family
- In sad but laving memory of We.GEORGE EMANUEL and ether relatives. Funeral was Richmond Heights, died In Var- nil wife, Rsa Lee, six sons and
our dear mother and grandmother held on August 22 at St James iety Children's Hospital Aug. 20. a daughter.
who lived at 420 NW 9th st, apt. Services were conducted Aug. 24
% with to take this mehod cl I Episcopal Church in New L-odm.
8. 1 P.
at p.m. In the chapel. Rev. Cornelius James
expressing our sincere and heartfelt | A Mass will be held In mem- W. Williams officiated. Interment of 404 NW
16th at 7 died
apt. August 19 in
thanks to the many friends ory of Mr MOM this Saturday in Paradise Memorial Gardens.
and neighbors who were so kindto Aug. %7. 8 *m. at St. Peter's Jackson Hospital He came to

us in our h ur of sorrow. Your I Ipra'rn .I American Catholic Church Miami Charlie Cokman a well known Ala.Miami 36 years ego from Mobile,
Services will be
and thoughtfulness wenta with Father Richard Devcaux conducted
musician of 7001 NW 15th
helping the avr. Saturday at JO: p.m. In St Paul
long way in > to ease otricia Une.I .
died Jackson II
apital Aug. 21.
burden The names of each of you i in AME Church. Rev M. Fay sen
I(I He is survived by his widow
I officiating. Burial will
are too numcr us to mention Individually be In Lincoln -
House of Albert. Ruby two daughters a sister, Cemetery. He
here, but may God IS] survived by
bless and keep all of you in His i four brothers two grandchildren. his wife. Rachel a daughter. Mrs.
care Special thanks however to Mrs Dorothy R binson. died Funeral will be conducted Aug. Willie Lee Carter a step daughter -

Rev P D. Dranttey and the con-i August 22 in the home of her sis- 27. at W.12 noon in the chapel. Rev.P. Mrs. Mariah Lassiter, and a
Jr cremation cf Israel Bethel P. B. I I ter. Mrs. India Brisbon with Williams officiating. He step son, Frank Williams.
Church and to the House of whom she lived at 2440 NW will be on view from 12 Friday -

Albert l&Sth Terr., Opa Locka. Services until funeral time.Francis I Mrs. Maggie Cannon of 1231

Mrs. Mandy Emanuel wife will be held Au*. 27 at 3 pm. at I NW 58th terrace, apt 8 died at

Daughter and Parents I' Metropolitan AME Church, Liberty her residence on August 20. She

12 brothers and two sisters City. Rex J.h J._ Williamswill was a native of Fitzgerald Ga..
officiate. She will be on view John W. Marshall of 921 NW and had lived In Miami for 14

IN MEMORIAMIn in the chapel from 5 pjm. Friday 2nd court died Aug. 20 at the years. The bdy was sent to
until funeral time. Other survivors Veteran's Fitzgerald
Hospital. Services will where services were

11 :: loving of rut dear are her mother, Mrs. Azalee be held Aug. 27 at 2:30: pm. in conducted in Mt Calvary Baptist
memory
Robinson f Jacksonville, four the chapel. He Church this
cnsther, grandmother and sister is survived by his past Thursday. She
other sisters three brothers three wife and is .survived
MRS. DAISY TURNER other relatives. Interment ) her husband Allen -
BARRETwho children.' will be conducted in Lin- and a sister Mrs. Ella M.
coln. Rogers.
MRS ESSIE MARSHALLwho departed this life August 26,
The stillborn daughter of Mrs.
departed this life August 25
198. 1957.May she rest in peace and may Mavis B0fe who was.. born in Mrs. Zllpha Mcore who resided Mrs. Elizabeth Bohannan of

Gone but not forgotten.May light perpetual l shine upon her. Jackson August 21..... laid tr at 1334C NW 4th court died at 3461 Florida Ave. Coconut Grove

se ret in peace. The Kemp and neat Aug. 25. her home on Aug. 22. Funeral died Aug. 21 at her residence.

Mr. Joe )Marshall sonMrs Turner Family will be held Aug. 21, 3 pm. at St. She was a native of Philadelphiaand
Vine! Kelly, daughter Services for James Thomas, James Baptist Church with Rev. lived in Atlanta, Gas oefcre
Mr. Kelly, son-in-law peupiarly known as "Lucl e- who Johnson officiating. Survivors coming to Miam. itwo months ago.

Mrs Maedon Mackey IN MEMORIAMIn resided at 672 NW gui It.. and include her husband, Walter twodaughters She was employed as an instructor -
granddaughterAnd who was the victim of accidental 11 grand children 21 In the public school system.

Children sad but loving dour drowning Aug. 16, were c nduct- great grandchildren. Interment m The bdy was sent to Atlanta for
memory i ed Aug. 24 at 4 pm. in the chapel final rites. She
Mrs Vinetl Kelly, daughter dear husband and father. Evergreen. is survived by her
.. Rev' W. C. Edcar officiated. husband, J. H. Johnson, two

CARD OF THANKS Burial in Lincoln. Robert M. Printer, .:0 of Mr. daughtres, Ions and Sandra her

and Mrs. Robert Lee Pringler of mother, three sisters_ and a brother. -
-
708 NW 4th ave. apt 4 did Aug. .
We. the family of the late.
22 In the
Christian
IN MEMORIAMIn Hospital Burial -
MRS.OORCUSMILLERwWi was held Aug. 23 at Paradise Marshall Smith of 1501 NW
t. express our thanks for Memorial 59th st. apt 7 died
cad but loving of Park. Surviving are Aug. 23 at
the may card! telegrams and memory his parents. his residence. He was born in

flowers) received during our recent .______ ., I Crisa County, Ga. and lived in

tMorHmeet."nuw also Services for Mrs. Marion' Miami fr: five years. Services
to tike partag and ceembers of St
will be held
JaM Clarke of 339 SW 5th ave. Del-" Monday at 1 pjn. in
Cisireh Nassau
Btpcj" ,
Bias.A ray Beach, who dd Aug. 21 at the Antioch Baptist Church of
the Briton Beach hospital, will Brownsville.: Rev Stevens offi
t4h1u f
aa Vo r
everyone
beheld Aug. 27 at 10 aon. at ciating Burial will be in Lincoln

everrttuftgN. Stevens' Chapel in Delray with Ometery. He ts survived' by his
A. MUler. 0
Km
Francis and Stevens Funeral cote OIls, a daughter Catherine,

S42ey. Cectisa Miller.Dame sonMrs. Homes in chaise. The body will two brothers, Oscar and Howard,
be on view from 12 noon until m ther. Mrs. Adeline Smith and
daughter funeral time. Survivors Includea two sisters Mrs. Pauline Samuels

WUUara 7 grand DeUncy children brother .4 daughter Mrs.. Luusie. Rah- and Mrs Manon Bro' n.

mings a sister Mrs. Anna Juhn-
16 great grandchildren THE REV
LEON
B FORBES a n of Miami five grandsons, 5 Charlie Zow of 15010 Duvai St.
2
great ,great grandchildren who 1959,departed this life August 23, nieces a nephew, 7 great grand apt 14. Opa. Locka died August

1 children. Matthew. Itahming. a 23 m Jackson Hospital Services
CARD OF THANKSThe One year has passed, but sweet grandson, is affiliated with Franco will be held Saturday at 10 a.m

lam:.y] of the late. i memories still linger on. Sleep' on j jM' Funeral Home. Burial wiU be in First Baptist Church of Opa
and take your rest, we loved you in Delray. L cka. Rev Macon officiating.

but Jesus loved you best Burial will be in Lincoln. He is

Mrs Carrie Fo.bcs, wife Baby; Girl Johnson, the mlantIhtel' survived by hu wife. Dollle five
Miss Verdell Forbes, Dght b of Mr. and Mrs TomanyLee daughters Mrs Ellen Evans. Mrs.

Mr J seph Forbes, son ., Jofeaoa of 6OU2 SW 67th _to. Lottie CMRbri e. Mrs Addle-

S uth Miami, died Aug. 20 at Rahmings Mrs Bertha Dixon
IN MEMORIAMIn W x Jackson Hu ptUl. Burial was held Mrs. Dora Tucker and three" grand

Aug 23 She is survived by her children.
sad but 1 wing memory of TONY ENOCH ROLLE parents."

cur dearly beloved. who died August 26. 1959 Frank Calm* of 1427 NW

r -_._ .... G e ie. but not forgotten. Will Conyera who lived at 9075 62nd st.. died in Ja<&*on Hospital
Virg.no; Roll, wife SW 128th St. South Miami, died Aug. 25. He was a native of

I Sam Rolle, father Aug :23 In the Kendall Hospital Tali' County. Ga.. and lived in

") I I I'I Ol.vc: Lambert, sister Arrangements are incomplete Miami for 31 years He is sur
Vera W.lhams, sister rived by his wife. Mane, two

Jam* end Ronald, brotherskdith Manker mothers. Wyatt and Thomas and
sI / : Sni.th and LoreUa . a daughter Mrs Ada M. RawU, .
Ro.le daughters Arrangement, are tnearnp.jse.
Elder William Guntrr of 2291

NW 70th st. died' m Jackson
., IN Baby Girl Burn, the u MEMORIAM Hospital Auf 21 Service will of Mr. and Mrs ufit
Ernest
'" I be held Aug 27 at : pn from Jr. 5200 NW 26 >>uma.

In Iov'?. mtfno: of 'HIT dear the Church f the Nazarme. died In Jackson Hospital* ave., apt. S

aunt Survivors include his wife, mother 17 Graveside 1. uo Aug
servitors "
A' were c a
-
I << Adeline Gunter. Aug. :1.Inbr .
Milk ul
-- -- r Mrs Ltllie Mae
: 18164 NW 2nd cou* die t I jg
REV CHARLES FRANKLIN the : Gay tilt -ullborn d**..fa-
21 Jackson
in I.ospit
W1LSJON ter ol Mr and M.c. Lorn Gay.
theScoU'
2630 NW 48th at who departedthis : kF fiI body will be shipped of esaa NW IM* st. apt. 2Wl sheet
life August 13, at 220 p.m. I Funeral 'r me m Vjidos- in Mt Sin.t i HavpHal Au<. 17
ta, Ga for final ntesi .
in the Christian GravcsUkr
Hospital, wishto services were hd in
take this method to thank the Ltnco'n CcmUry' Aug. 23.
i Miss Mary Brook of ?7f4
friends the
many: Lily White
Pallbearers, the Heroine of NW 14th terr died Au< '* Funeral -

Jericho, the entire Masonic Family ) services were h-W Saturday ST. LUKE BAPTIST

those who sent cards, telegrams JOHNNY Aug 20 in the chapel I Survivors
SIMMONS I include Mrs Mary Hawkins Rev' P W WiUia-ns. pastor
1M letters flowers, and show- who departed this life August :3, of Jensen' Belch and Mrs Mrs. B .rk..ta Greta. reporter
ed any act of kindness. Io'u.
The Salters Ciucei; ABLE Helen Delancy. Eu/ene' Delano Sunday cr" .cl l ... ..... ............ 8:30
Church, the ministers. We tried We May loved you rest In but peace.God loved I .y also of Jensen" Beach. Morning worship ......._..__ 11.-00

Ii not to call names a> as to not best you BT\1. -......- ............-..... 5:30:
you James Wiilens of 6780 NW
miss to all who took Evening worship __ .. 7:00
one;; any Gone, but will never be for 37th court died Aug. 14 in Jackson '
active part Thanks to Range r
gotten. Hospital Funeral services The PoHor's Aid Cka> is ceie-'
Funeral llosne. Chappei! Family and AuntRuth's were held Aug 20 at 10 a/n. at braun its 14% anniversary the
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the chapel lie ts survived by his fourth Sunday in this raoo i at 3

F. A. BURROWS wife Mary pin Both ciuurs! are asked to

NurseryRuth's sing and both usher boards are

Expert Nursery of 14035 Jackson f':. ., w. ..Wad I IMn. asked t. usher. Tne public is invited -

Watch Repairing St Richmond Heights, will I EVELYN B. STUBBSubo Chans Girdles W.. Mrs Williams Battoa. precedent Rev.P. .

officially roopcn on Monday departed: this life August, JO, McPhee, agent put r.
9 2. j4 to 9 Aug. 29. Mrs. L. Ruth Freeman
flours to 1949.. We loved her but Jesus 1249 N.W. 70th St.
Is the operator. Age Uma 2 thru
All work guaranteed loved her bestMrs.
school age. Phone CE 50373. CreoU Phono PL 4-8034

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FOR RENT THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

FURNISHED APT. Adults only. SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 PAGE 13

c c 77ft NW 11th St PL 4.'oe. .....
T

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FOR SALERESTAURANT FOR SALE


t- AND DUPLEX HOME

1742 N.W. 50th St.
BEER BAR
2-bedrootn, 1 bath on each
.!de. Hardwood floors
This ia the chance pf lifetime
AND FOR SALE Brown Sub a large rooms. Urge lot, land.

MINOR ALTERATIONSNo this ia o golden opportunity scaped. Tile roof. Excellent
Job too Small New built 3-bedroom
IF YOU HAVE $1.000 and can custom condition.
1887 Call N.W.Fallx(3rd Taylor 8tr* t pay $90 month, see how easy it CBS, tile roof, hardwood for the right people. Only 3 years old
A20' is to pay fcr a 2-bedroom home floors, Florida room, plus
and 2 efficiencies, all furnished. bnlt-n! oven and All Hare got to see it to apprec. TERMSFor
range.
1044 NW 64th st information call
TV NOT WORKING If you thU on a large landscapedlot. iate it. First $2,000 cash
live In Liberty City or Browns- NEW HOUSE in Rainbow Park $1,500 down balance V. M. PEACE
vase arc<< we will repair on takes lot stock and barrel
area Opa Locka. Reduced price EZ terms. BROKER
credit Par weekly. Free exami-
and '
cable down
reat
na'ion. All wcrk: guaranteed. Call payment broker HI 67741OR
Call
NE 4-0600 no
or OX 1-5453. ::: -- ,
NE 4-0256.

BABY SITTER MUST SELL irocery. meat beer 1840 N.W. 52nd St. Phone OX 1.9975 MO 7-4136
and wine store due to death of
YOUNG LADY wants work baby owner. A rood buy. Phone OX $1,000 Down $87 Month
fitting at home or In your home 13411. Very nice 2-bedroom CBS.
evenings or waitress. Dial OX r
1-2009 after 12 a.m. S3 2 HOLLYWOOD BEDS, with Oak floors, tile roof, jalou-
c vers and six pillows Very rea sled porch. Balance one
DAYCARE for small children sonable. Edroy apartments 1200 FHA mortgage. $11,900. Harlem Clothing Center
798 NW 70th St.. phone PL Pennsylvania Ave Miami Bead .
7-IW92. --

3-P1ECE LUGGAGE SET. $25. 1337 N.W. 3rd AvenueHAS
J'ORRENT Call OX 10421. Near N.W. 54th St.

ROOMS. For clean aeatty ..... NICE going business at reasonable $995 Down $100 Month 1 I A ;SPECIAL ON
nUhed' rooms eaU Smith's Ksoa I
price. 5552 NW 17th ave. New 3-bedroom 2 bath CBS
,
"' .
.
tnt House. FR t IStt e 08 Phone NE 49127.
1-5341. I009H HW tad ...... Built-in oven and range. DRESSES
tndf Large living room kitchen Back to School

FOR RENT and dining area. Must be
S-BEDROOtt CBS horn. I4MIfW
7Srd 1 CaD a lln Beauty operator's booth at goingaalon. seen to appreciate. Shoes From $1.98 up

4>6T2S. sea by ftppotBtoeatonly. Good opportunity for right ::- .
... porter.LOUISE. Ladies' Dresses $2.98 $3.98 upMOTH'ERSI
BEAUTY SHOP CASH FOR YOUR LOT

!NtML rURVrSHTO three bed. 490 N.W. 8th St. P-- -- =::: -=
r em h.1uee. Quiet surroundings
In OT> Lncka (Bunch Park Phones FR l.otlS or ,PL 7-S456 283 NW 79th S.
area). Drlou! of clean ftkof'quff't FR tl74t
_
I I. _..nIi.'I"I"
famllr. For Information -- -
I
call NA 1-M34. tndf
I

FTTRVTSTTrTD apt Adults only, Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted
\
773 NW Wth St Guaranteed .. $4.75 NEED MONEY TO OUTFIT

NICE Little House F ur room Your Portrait--Only .......?........ $1.00
and bath $I6 SO per w vk. Ll6htJ1M Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radio ,,1 e YOUR CHILDREN FOR SCHOOL?

water fjrnMted:. 22M NW Guaranteed Watches ...... ... from $6.95
Mth at. O.-ner Ml E. 13th St.
Htaleah TU 8-6985 DAVID JEWELERS YOU CAN SELL

1188 N.W. 3rd Are. FR 4.1522I
ROOMS. Weekly' day or night
5311 NW 30th t Jac*. Phone NZ
3-.318 S242BBDROOM Avon CosmeticsIn

CBS house. Stove
and refrigerator $75 per' month
Goad-nan's Real Estate. OX FOR RENT 3-BEDROOM APT. your spare time and earn excellent
1-028 2fiM NW USnd St

With large porch. Newly painted Really clean openon commission
NICE force furnfehed bedroom' and hot and cold
1630 NW 67lh SI OX 1-6704 four aides refrigerator store
water, furniture. $22 week.
WE HAVE scene choice l-bed- .
rten apartments. for rent at 2345 N.W. 56th StreetCan
54 NW end street, phone FR
9-376, b. a..n anytlm. When yt w It call owns Love your 10 OPENINGS NOW AVAILABLE

sT'URWufIFD address and *, will call on y*i. Tol. """, ...,. 0" sign on building
KrTIClBNCY Prlvate. Call Mrs Harris FR 1-6408
Adults only Call merainnwrttl
10. evenings after 7. OX .. "f'''' r
1-512. 6901; NW 21st ave.

3-BBPROOM HOME. 2021 NW
52nd St. Call PR 4-6723 for x>- BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt

p-fcrtment. indf $50 Per Space I REALTYFURNISHED

LOVELY HOUSE for right fainMjr. FLORIDA
Adults. $25 per week or will
5.666......* like! rent. $100 dawn. NE There Are no Lola Cheaper In I

Southern Florida

WANTED UNFURNISHED APTS.
EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK i or
PIANO PLAYER wanted male or
female Good tif ptnf spat A l ly 3065 N,W. 41st Street Phone N E 4.8242FORSALE ELECTRIC
after 9 o'clock Smart Set Bis- I
eayae' Bivd and 80th St.CXX .

nd -I II FREE WATER
: feral helper at '"- -- --- II
KIM<<..rtHl, 36 to 40 years old
fM)4bie.. prefer one free of I GAS
dependent and delirious of livin -
in Cal! NE 3-3679 Mrs.Mwely .

NO DEPOSIT MOVE RIGHT IN

FOR SALE
.
FOR SALE: 3-bedroom, 2-bath Harmar, Inc. Offers in Richmond Hts. .Ord Ave.
home. Large roonu. One bedr*' m i 1099
and bath with private entrance BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMES !
3 I
food iaoorae rental unit. Adjoin- I
(tag large. vacant corner kt Is I Corner 11th Street
alto available from same owner. Wood Floors Enclosed Garage
Ideal location in 1115 NW 74th
St. Shown by appotntmest only.!
Ptvone PL, 44370. A30 Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. CALL FR 1-4554

HOFFMAN' Pmsln machine in
good coedmon, reaoaablt. Can Models: I
FR 92343. ladf Or Stop In
Corner Iflffs Drive & Monroe St.
CORNEA LOT in Washington
Park SubdivMon. Lot 17 block ;' 1 Office Open 'f/f/ 9
14. 15Sad rt. Call 1. C. Taylor I Ora D. Taylor, Agent CE 5-4246 p.m.REPAIRS .
1511 E. Eabome
phone 33-4141.
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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I To Women PreachersGcd

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960 has never called a womanto
Show YourCredentials preach the gospel and never
will. It matters not who stands
for it or who justifies itLet
God be true and every man a
Fla. Ministers Endorse liar" (Ran. 4:4.: )
Gd said "I suffer not a woman -
to teach nor usurp author-
Father Rebert DaUraft' ity over the man but to be in
8y silence. (I Timothy 2:12). So how
for Head Holy' Redeemer Catholle enure
Taylor Baptist can a woman be a preacher -
Rr igious confusion has been of the Catholic Church shows the if she cant teach men? Jesus
engendered by the rise 'f many flngrr of God. Today there are said t. preachers (men) to "go
t mention hundred' of different denomination about 500,000,000 Catholics It is ye therefore and teach all na-
The slogan) of the committee' Is'W.n The man w ho want to the largest religion existing to- tions" (Matt 28:19.) God said
With God and Gardner"A '
tor to be shame-fased
roman
find the religion started by Jesus a
.> ministers withing m forma- Chri i tf in danger of being milled day.The man who wants to tad the I (I Tim. 2:9). How can she preach?
X <.on of Dr Taylor's full press"" How Then can a human find 'religion of Jesus Christ need only God told his preachers (men) to
statement may write the Rev. that Cath 41- be bold lion.
the religion' spread by the go to history to see as a
Johnny K. Bryant. 801 8th U
received their clan dates to the time of ChristA
atks after they
West Palm Beach r the Comm ap minister Dr. God said, "Let your women:
,. ;tiee for the Redemption of our authority from Jesus? Go to Briggs prominent has said: There can be keep silence in the churches."
History is the answer.
Denominational Harmony 80 (1 Cor 1:34). How can she
Rman Catholic -
doubt that the
and will find no
i West Dayton St. Pasadena Cal. the text books you Is the heir preach: if she .is rift allowed to
that the apostles went cut and Church of our day
set the churches order?
descent of the Ro-
of unbroken
converted the world. St. Peter
THE INCARNATION God told old women to teach
Cath.ilc Church of the second -
established.! himself at Rome. man
and that it is Justi the young women (Titus 23-4).
century,
i Episcopal) Since then his successor has
Told the
1836 N.W. 54th flt ruled this reHgx from Rome. lied in using the name Catholicas young women to marry
and bear children (1 Tim. 5:14.: )
Father E. S. Clarke Jr. vicar Today. Pc! e John the XXIII well as Roman. Please tell what Bible
The services at the churd::: rule as lucceessor" of Peter.If A free book will be sent to you does me have
have been changed. to the foQowIng If you send your name and address authority woman to
schedule Jesus gave fun authority to t' the writer.EBENEZER prtaCbhe gospel?
Sung Mass 8:43 the apostles then that authorityto Fcr Bible information read lit
Church School lOcOO represent Him and teach in METHODIST Tim. 2:11-12 Lit Cor. 1434-35.:

i Jr. ETC Meeting ", .........M WO: His place resides in the SUCCMsors But they are commanded to.be
Sr. ETC Meeting tOG .1 the apostles. Now, we Rev. Aaron D. Hall Pastor under obedience: as also saith .'e
Evensong; .- fHX) know that there was on challenge E. Ingraham, reporter law. Numbers 13:1-18: Isaiah 3:
to that authority for a lone. time Sunday School __ tJO 1326.Bro
So for fifteen hundred yean Morning worship .....";...... 11:00 Thomas Cyril Rolle
In Buff:.- New: Ycrk. I h e TEMPLE BAPTIST the religln of Jesus Christ was Evening worship -.. .._.._ 7.DO OX 1-5295
Rev Dr C T&I) .sr:: p.*.:::* of 1510 NW 57th St
of Rev I* A. Thompson pastor prevalent in the western world.
Cone rd Ba;vo of C-u.-ch Protestant' Sunday School __?..?. ...30 So any religious arising after METHODIST

Christ president Morning worship .................. ll: XJ I 1500 are quite late on the scene GREATER NEW BETHELRev.
Cmtficil I of the City f New York
!
YOUTH FOR
RTU 5JO: The Catholic can show hiscredentials
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and member of the New York W. K. Smith pastor
Evening worship ,:CO by illustrating that
City B'and of Education gave to St. Ignatius called this religion SIT-IN PLAN Mrs R. Co e7. Clerk
a Jubilant nation-wide gathering The Missionary Society. Mrs "Catholic. to Greek word I Morning: Worship ______ 11:00
of ministers his. acceptance I tpcec1 Florence Hepburn president willcekbrate meaning "universal"a since' this I LINCOLN, Neb.' The Methodist Sunday School ,..,...._ ., '.3'
to seek the presidency of the its anniversary with a religi I ti was spread over the Churdnational youth organization B. T. U. ____________ 530
National Baptist Convention program Sunday at 3.30: p.m. The world. lie said in his' epistle to went en record Sat- Evening Worship ,rir........?_. 7.-00
A petition el 0H1: bv nearly 390 public is invited the
Smymians, ('haptna., urday in support of non-violent I IaitIn
mint***** and five state f+reipresidents The' Nightingale School of "Where Jesus is. there is the demonstrations.Other MT. SINAI BAPTIS1

"" had asked Dr. Taylorto Practical Nursing will hold its Catholic Chur h.- The Catholic resolutions t-ok a stand D. B.. reporter
become a candidate.In graduation exercfce at Temple. religion nourished until the present I for racial and social equality, Rev S. A. Thomas pastor

.Ms speech Dr. Taylor said call 8 p.m. tonight (Friday) day Our credentials are the called for a study of communism Sunday School "..".."" 93.
"Brethren I hah.rd your list. of popes that names the successors Methodist in order tooppose
by youth *
The W man's Day committee is Morning worship .,,,--,-,- || ot
Ie me to offer myself for the completing plans for the X St Peter The growth it more effectively' urged Evening worship ........... 7:00
National Baptist busy
pr.* encv ,)f the support of disarmament negotiations
Convention I haw heard in fourth annual observance Every thr ugh the United Nations
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev.
I yal 1 mple-ite is expected to
y vr call a cry that our denomiaaton Beautiful Home on and opposed nuclear testing.
the efforts -
be freed from destructivedivfefen give full cooperation to P. W. Williams pastor
and crtpfrtmg c ntrovery. befcn put forth. Your Lot The resolutions were. adopted Mrs. Bunesba Green, reporter

You have laid to me that. you Tickets are on sale for the re- at the national conference of the Bunday School ________ 9.41:
want regular aecountlnr f your l.gious play tv be sponsored 2b4' a4a&Stvhuly Methodist Youth Fellowship during Morning Service .......,,..", 11:00
funds as a denomination, t h e Jointly by St Mattchsw's Baptist a business session.Approximately BTTJ __ 530

source: from whcwc they come' urch. Rev N F Clark. pastor 130 top youth Evening Worship ........f. .._ 7:00Don't
and the itwuted purposes for and Temple Brother Charles =-r and adult leaders of the Methodist
which tfl. are spent. McCloud u the director The date r uth have attended the six-
day conference' Tie delegateswre
%'C are nut a..iIYt any man .. Sept 26 x the elected 1 representativesof Fret. Fight!

or any ar up of men. We are for 1,500.000 Meth dist youth over ,
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SAYS:

._ Meet Football Coaches
Tennis Championship ------ -

In nvr struggle t learn to be Member of the LlnFrcnTpCrb Guests of Medical

Hampton Va Arthj patient with my fellowmen. there : which te an auxiliary of
are 0ft'MI0ftIiwn I taw my I the lot Phi Lambda Sorority
Abe. 17 year old dasher from
"
Association
Richmond! is the new ATA ten- f Dixie Park Basket. cor" .-o ure' and "blow up. This I met at the a ere af Mr. and Mrs.
will happen when I heir that old
in Coconut
J. A. Summon,
nil ehampi" n for 1960. The thinyoungster bailers to be Honored party line about negrvcati n: "The Grove Jtriy 36. Mrs Summon Over 100 Dade County high
on
senior at Maggie!
a I NAACP (or) the Negro is push- served hostess for the school football coaehe and their
*
a
Waer! High in Richmond took .
in; too herd." staffs 'were' IIM".u of the
Members of the Dixie P arkYoun
evening"
the title from the six time forrr.er Dade County Medical Association
!
this
Baseball League will Seeking a stron reply to
tHl
champion." George Ste' art, Foil wins the regular order of the second annual
at
prc-
ridiculous I founda
rattle finally
honored dinner :
be at a special .. by Mrs.Ialian .
native Panamanian n w resid- bu!n prenided ever season "AthletiInjuries Clinic"hcfd
rker" It incident
c is recorded
an
them at
ttven for Friday night
!inn in Washington. D. C. by Wipes the president. avery the University f Miami
In"X eithft Week Nor on
8 o'ci ck at the baj>ement of Mt. wa rendered. -
aeere oM-2 6-2. 63. t&cy program Thursday
Zion Baptist Church The occasion White. a book written by trio Campus.
.
Southerners who traveled, through 1i Feflowlna: dinner a panel discussed -
Dissaving: the poise or a vet will, celebrate" the end of the
13 states since the 194 various aapcct of conditteninc -
League's and various Supreme Appearing on the program were
ern campaigner, the tall pleasant seen
Court decisi( n. acarchiHff out the and Injuries, and Uv i
belied his member teams and individual Mr*. Bcmie Hethune." Mrs. Lot
youngster
IIt.!' ufileaahed his appearance powerful will, receive special tm-files f r opinion of the people' in th s tie Reddimrs. of Nff'.v York City panelists answered numerous
"titftanding play transitional pe-iod: nf history. The Mr*. Thereaa Clark Mrs. Fran- questicn
vicious! ro.ndcd overhead tame and featuring*ervicec a The league is competed: of auth rs. Wilma D.......,. and c-":* Rr wn of New York and Mn.Qvft1tw Dr Franklin J Evan, president -
Jame Stoke! f the Dade County Medical
tnbinedAith fround four tram the Dod rs. the (husband and B William' of Jacksonville -
precision wife) arc native of South Carolina Association, served" a* moderator
Red<< the Giants and the Braves I
strokes all blended into a truly
Emotional
and T for the clinic
eRItetIH', respectively. Other the
The Dttitfers are managed by guests prevent on
devMtatin. combinati n. discussed
the athlete
of wa
Stewart Benny Pratt the Reds by Rudy They tell of the eoeriences nf occasion were Mesdames Albert probtam
A he. who had defeated by Dr. Irvin S. Jae< bs
McKenzie the Giants by L e r a colored insurance" man in South Edwarck, Man Jackson Blanche
a month earlier in Washington and Dr Lro Wilson covered the
Russell and tote Braves by Mrs. Carolina in whose city a cafe regarding Dean Lucille Baker.
convinced: the audience and
large subject of facial injurte*
Gloria Harris and David Wibon. public beech de-K ?reien CanprHldf'ftt
lxmk .
over-flowing) in the stands that Mrs. protection. Dr Ktwta Neal de*
Trophies will be presented to ,. wa pendintr He wa* approached Iota PM Lambda Sorority
Ms previous victory we nc 0t the cribcd rehabilitation of soft .inJurcd >
fluke, as he literally gave the the most valuable player the bet ma lawyer n the other WYlenmeil and ewH..limente(l the tisftue and David Mike
and members of the side who, aid "Arent y u service in
,
jportsman vfrfendkl
for its
veteran Panamanian a h l *son in stoup trainer f r the University of Mimi -
hard accurate tennis Strwarl League's champion, the D"dgers. felloas tryin. to rash this thing! helping to earry out the vari'mpro i Hurricane talked about
Trophies for the boys furniched YouVe Ii'01 the white man down "
were -
forehand eda.
,
with h.n; spinning looping weight tr.me.
with this Supreme Court derision
bv the North Shore Optimistic
the! baseline could not ceta
to Club of Miami Beach now v u're tryint to Hart 01 the A delicious recast wa served
t eho d. as returned Ahe. 4th the farmer""uf'erbanticipation which! also. c nrtibuted cusbatantiaily parks If like 1 stnmptH in h.. and enjoved by all prevent Mr Excursion to Key

to the equipment and materials face"Thi Clark thanked the hostess for an
champ' strolta wrtfc ease a* beleek West Labor DayA
of the various team made. the mauranee man <<-"toY"t"ft'''''
.yed into ....it.... for his advance -
Also contributing to this community sort of mad lie .... "I et's look
f-o the Mt1Nf'e he exce4 Member of the" ar wp present' Labor Day excursion to Key
pr jest were the M S. at a little history Let's be factualIn
*. Allen Funeral Home. Trrp4x IMS. Uneoln slued the acre< Mesdames )$.m-"I president West wll. be held Stf>t. 5 Roundtrip
A be.. in hiM se.-emfin l match Tog the Economy Drue Stroe Bmancipation Prnclaenatiotl. It's Alice Than vies; Theresa Clark $0.00. Buses leave corner NW

alto. last year's Anal... Wilbur: and a number of individual of nearly a hundred. year later. I* lad vice; Mary MftrflCOfdin, 89th *t. and 17th ave. 4 am.; NW
Jenkins of F1 11CIe. turned' the the c mmunitgr that ru.Wim* Look the Constitution secretary, flewie Hethune. financial 3rd ave and llth It. 4:15: and
table on the latter who had ..f the United States ww secretary Mavbelle AnderMM. Christ Church Parish Hall 4JO: .

defeated Arthur in the e" mftftab Course in Public written, by all white men. didn't chaplain; Francis Summons Helen For ticket contact Keep-U-Neat
at WjJberforee' us 1W9 His : nt'Ft'C4"a. iv.anad.: Maltie Hartley. 1111 NW 3rd ave.
have a stft.V Negro *t tier Cleaners.
themkh Jor, Therrsn" Hubert. Susie
perfect a* >
became more
game Relations Car ling Julius Sunlight BautySchai
i Offered Court in South Sarah or David
and
pmgrfmd a* hi* ..corer.d '=m t 1 if i.na H'-dfc"
Spun
the 1961law NW JM ave
the nlher states in 1011
A knowledge f how and P .1..n.! Mr Josephine: Dunn
&-4. 6-2. S-l attaMer A pnw- to deal I Guild ofIncarnation
Heart
all white men c'RiIM' sorvd by Sacred
with the '**** were '\.. sick and
'ftcwas
public '
erfMl overhead which !left Jenkm is important (ntoday' an. rr' A27I
the Skjprrme C..ur'of Church
in his tracks we the primed competitive livmg. If you the men United on Stale are allhtr.: I n i ot present
i fi(pt*nee. want to learn hoto improve I Were juitrvin I
Negro
v ur public relation and how to i not a single .
the lMiansirtt $ to art the white I pe rile t !
Stewart who hat write effcwvr publicity copy" ,
oa WetbertHilly" Davis of you'll attend the claw in Public kw<> thru wn law.. Wt-'vi n MadamFatimaIndian
N>. York City. the 199' ATA Helatwn Martin September PIt made any new I"n s or t'.k \

champ apia .....tbe latter in 7 s>.m at the Utnd* .y Hopkins any .ld .nee"
their semi-final. match, 6-3. 64. Educational C....... 1410 SE Sad What a perfect rtuvlc'ur'Electrical ReaderAdviserHere
ave.
73In the men's doublet: Wilbur Enrollment. must be in pens n
Jmk.n* i Flat and Turn. CamotmfPta ClaM i* 15 weeks, fee 1200 Repairs For the First Time in This Area
I defeated Dr Harold Freeman Teacher. Mrs, Julia Swart.COSMETICS .
DC > and Clyde Freeman Stove Lucky Days and Lucky Numbers

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Labor Day Excursion Lighting : Ll.see can heal you by prayer. See her to-
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Hi-FI and Stereophonic tomorrow may
To Key West Miami Time NewspaperCall Speaker Installed t f ,pity for those knowing there' help

Come one, come all, spend the YUkon 3-568 GEORGE INGRAHAM on earth but don't aeek It. Art you sick, unhappy,

Labor Day weekend in the bi I disgusted with life Everything you do seams to ffO
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I TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA NOTICE Kindergarten
MIAMI I Ii Holy Redeemer

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, AUGUST 27, 1960Personal School Registration Registration i sa now In progressat I cpenlng Juanlta's August Kindergarten 29. Free pick will up b*

: Cox's Kindergarten, 1753 NW service with
I .er o vrnorro )O'AO!)"' !) I) O>> "' JDOL and delivery hot
I Holy Redeemer School wishes 4th curt.: For information, call meals phone OX 1-2350, 2620
to announce that there win be FR 1-6488. OX 11834. NW 87th St.
Mention registration L 30 for grades 4, 5, 8, and 7, from
: 9JO am. to 3 pjn. We regret that
toooa eooorar.'rg W 1 there is no room In the other
grades for m re children. School
Inspector Fred M. Seymour of Civilian Defense will begin on Sept 8. IflMflfY MORTGAGE ASSOCIATESFirst '
the Nassau Police Force' is visiting
in Miami on a vacation trip.
Inspector Seymour Is a c'usln of Deputizes 12 JESCA OpensRegistration and Second Mortgage Loans
'r Fred Seymour of NW 5th ave.
f and 14th st. The inspector arrived Sunday morning at Virginia ON HOMES & COMMERCIAL PROPERTY .
Key Beach, 12 men and women
on July 29 and plans to remain -
week. He were deputized into the Dade
for
has been In Miami a member of a the farce: County Civil Defense Artillery. Parents interested in exp: ing BONDED AND LICENSED
The commanding deputy, lieutenants their children to the best In preschool
for 19 years. captain and inspectorswere care and education may NO INSPECTION FEE
q their children at
briefed the register
present They now
Mrs. Loma Love and her infant
group .1sts titer. Joyce, are spending atwoweeks
vacation with her cou oath was taken. Association 1133 NW 88th St.. 'r PROMPT, COURTEOUS SERVICE
.
call PL 84791.As
sin's wife Mrs Bishop Daniel The badere presented by
Nairn a! 1427 NW 69th st Sets. M. A. Hutto and Arvrell.They our enroUmest frill be lim.
Phones FR 7-4089 & FR 3-0302
were assisted by Sgt W. ited to members of James E.
Mrs. Charles E. Gibson accompanied Rahmings and Miss Betty Lou Scott Community Aociatt n and
by her two children Moore. tenants of Liberty Square Housing 1201 Congress Building
Charles and Mary returned from Among those deputized /mere Project and James E. Scott
Nassau, where they had a pleasant Selena Tremble, Gertrude. Annie Homes they will be given tintconslderatlo.o.
vacation last week. She Lois Lcwe and Irene Brown. I I' .

wlshjte to thank her many friend - - -. -. -. -. .- -. .- .- .-..-
who entertained them during w WW
their visit.
I
Mrs. Katherine Bannerman/ Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
Brownlee. a former Miamian, now
residing in Red Bank. NJ, arrived A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
a taw days ago by Super
Constellation to visit. relatives and
friends. Mrs. Brow-nice Is the
daughter cf Mrs. Zeola Banner
man Moore.

Mrs Brownlee has been livingIn I
the State of New Jersey forseveral
years. She will be in the
city until Sept 1, returning to
Red Bank Just In time to take her .,
N daughter. Karen' to Morgan State NT
Ccllege to register for the Fall .
semester.
The nnennln.. Manatee and
( Mary Frances entertained Mrs.Brownlee .
and 21 other members
of the family with an elaborate \
dinner last Sunday.

Mrs. Mae Jefferson Atlanta
J teacher and Mrs. Ella Smith Mkamlan This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours i
\ were honored with a party


residence on lt Thursday even- BUY SEE THESE 2 HOUSES ON ONE LARGE LOT. COMPLETELY
Ing. Assisting the hostess at this
ccmblnaUon farewell and birthday FURNISHED. CITY WATER. ONLY 1 MORTGAGE TO ''PAY. LIVE

\\ Johnny affair Dillard-were and bee his nephew wife,, IN ONE RENT THE OTHER. CLOSE TO SHELL'S. 3 BUS LINES.

Connisteen.

Rev and Mrs. Jos. Anderson of Only $795 DOWN

Winston Salem, NJC: .., returned
home on Wednesday after spending JI
the summer: with Dr and Mrs. I
I
William Patterson Sr. I Get your deposit down fast Now DUPLEX 1 BEAUTY : Large lot 200 x 170 feet, Opa

The Rev. and Mrs. Dudley completing 2 beautiful 3-bed- ONLY : Locka area. Zoned for business.
Strachan of Nassau 2 room new CBS homes. Opa
are spendng : Units, stores, churches. Priced
weeks vacation In Miami aa the Lock. $12,495 $795 down- $2,000 Down
guests of the Arthur McQueens, $88 month. : right. Terms arranged. Very
318 NW 10th st Fr Strachan is Cloe to Orchard Villa SchooL : nice area. Close to schools,
a curate at St Agnes Church. This is sold
City water. being
shopping, buses. 200 ft. on N.W. .
far below appraised value. Hurry -
Dr WllHam Chapman has 24th Ave. 170 ft. on N.W. 153rd )
returned from a visit to Nassau ORCHARD VILLA AREA St
where he was a guest' at the Co-

Ionia 1 Hotel. He reports a veryenjoyable 2.bedroom CBS close to N. W. -
n
stay. 54th St., N.W. 17th Ave. One
LIBERTY CITY AREA
Registration FHA mortgage. $87.91 month. BROWN SUB SPECIAL!
You will like this. 2-bedroom

St Francis Xavier School begins

registration &'t. 1 and 2 $1,500 DownIf $795 Down 5-bedrooms, 2 baths, CBS. Make
from 9 am. to 1 p.m. Those en ideal boarding house. Terrific
tering school fcr the first time 2 porches, one mortgage. $20 a for
a large family. Newly paint
must have birth certificates.
week a\ll. Close to buses
There will be no registration on pay ed inside and outside. Close to
the opening day of school Sept you only need a small home. and shopping.
.. bus, schools shopping Priced! at
Widow, couple, this !s ft. Partly
furnished. $6,995 $395 down J only $11,500 $1,500 down.

Carolinians Visit -$60 month. Liberty City. Quietarea. One mortgage. $90 month. More
SEE MODELS OPA LOCKA
Inl3.bedroom!
: right
j Dr. and Mrs W. Archie Blountof
Winston Saletn. N.c.. left Mi- Custom built beauties I N.W. I
ami Wednesday on their return 154th St. off N.W. 17th Ave. I I
trip via Jacksonville and Jekyll Oversized living room dining
Island, Ga. The Blounis and their LIBERTY CITY room. Beautiful kitchen with : 2 baths. New CBS.

been five-year-old. guests of s the n.William Archie,Littles have 3-bedroom, brand new CBS. G. E. oven and range. Drivewayto : Oven and range near N.W. 54th

of Liberty City for the past week Blinds, shower doors, close to carport, rear screened Florida : St. and N.W. 27th Ave. Beauty.
Mrs. Bktint is the sister-tn- bus and shoppingSee room, large utility room, : One mortgage only.
law of Dr. W. A. Patterson Jr large lots, cloa to schools, buses.

Enroute home the Bl unts will us Put up deposit. Pick -lot. $995 Down
visit with Dr. and Mrs Warren
Schell In Jacksonville before a $995 Down $995 Down
Move right in I
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short stopover at kyJ) Island
Dr. Blount is a profes-r of
A and T Collate! in -
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charge Greensboro of the where adult he educationprogram is In SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET

and research. He is
presidentf the Patterson Av. '

Branch Baptist YMCA. superintendent Church Sunday ofJ'lnt" FAIR REALTY PL7-1645

School member of Senior High
Curriculum Study Committee anda We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sundays

deacon In his church. List your lob with us for quick cub sale. Best prices paid

Mrs. Blount has been a member
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