The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 3, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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System ID: UF00028321:00230

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REFUSE TO YIELD R. 1 Open to NegroesA


.. total c< 23 eating places' In- Lumumba's Troopa-
For refusing to answer questions M.ami which had heretofore refused I

about the membership of CLERICS WILLING TO I : to serve Negroea have integrated In Mutiny
leaders :
the NAACP, two Miami
SERVE SENTENCE IP. 1 their eating
were sentenced in Tallahassee on Tea'of lunch counter: and
Tuesday to six months' Imprisonment Since Judge May Walker sen restaurant discrimination have

and fined $1,200. tensed the two. many individuals' been going to in Mtami far the
The Her Theodore' Gibson have asked' "vinat can .e d 1"I I past three weeks during the
president' of the Miami) branch of '
The Time has contacted Congress of Uacial Equality
the NAACP and rect'r of Christ two leaders and poeM the qat"S. I wu:'kshup, and before that by
RHscopal Church and the Her lion for UKA. It Mss graWy.n: member of the M anl CORK:
Edward T Graham pastor of ML to get their ...**..... We sharethla ,t : t chaptuThole-. ,
Zion Baptist Church and a former very broad feeling wh.cthey *)
president of the alfOC' .Uon. were caressed, with you at this: eating places that hare '
fined and sentenced for defying served Negroes are Grant's,

friers of the court and a Ir emotive timeX>f ewure we want every c? McCrory's: WooUorth's Walgrcen Krcas I
Scr and Roebuck,
committee to answer << ,
to pray for us But if our peop:?
Utvg Store, Steven Jd.uk.t.
of the committee.
really want to help us help Oxm '
Frederick's )Market M and M
Circuit Judfe W. May Walker
I 1t't"<<7 man and woman dUo > ,
called the men before the bench I C.>flee Sht |>. lNl..". Plata C r.t -
thnp; : Cat J in the NAACib -
before passing: sentence, and told ( ) RegiMen to vote" Shup.
them: Greyhound Bus Terminal
>omt statement was cscj<
When the time comes that a ed by Revs Gfeoon and Gra's.n; : :; Ma.x-1 Restaurant Kenny's 1Iestaurant. t Lsopoidvllle, Ococo Union.
member ft the NAACP or any today Will you let than daiAr.* Richard's Dt-pl Store I I fimmi dq.orts reaching her .. t
other voluntary association can L1nD )'. Restaurant Mayflower Thursday Mid Congo troop h r.
disobey! a committee' of the Legiskture Restaurant. Plato's Kestaurant mutinied at bongo on Lake Leo '

of Florida and dlabrr a Fr.k D Nerves campaign asj and Tupp Restaurant. I pod II about 400 mile north of
mandate of the state Judiciary, and the Rev Graham refused to i Democratic nomineeSen here.
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democracy will crumble and answer questions about his membership << Jchn F Kennedy visited in - - -- I Earlier reports had Indicated

freedom trill be destroyed" in the erfan.tatinn or to M ..:xover .*ie weekend. WE 'ARE SORRY! that the painted Ilaluba spear
lie ordered the men to serve give ether informal: For more RC't'n.wt.1..Jf'ded O- n- men of Kasai Pr-vine were at
z additional I six maths hi prison than a year the committee has oct.I' r national committrman for The circulation department ., least holding their. own against ,
if the fines are not paid and refused been investigating alleged! Communist thr I):'tnci f Columbia Is a the Miami Times wants te .!.- the rifle, machine run and recoiless -
lien bonds. However, he ."'iltr.tilln; .n the NAACP pr> n.nent attorney and on the puss to thOM of our many Mwa. cannon of Premier' PatriceLumumba' t
permitted them to be at liberty The men were u4ered by Judge facai'y: of Howard University stands that did gist receive' theIr arm/
pending application to the State Walker to answer quetiuni offer Law Sch ol p.p.,. last week. Also to some tour Reports front the strife-torn

Supreme Court for a stay rder the State Stsprrnte Court ruled He writ: : accompany Sen Kennedy eut.of- .." agents for cut f r 'vince said 95 soldiers/ and
A hearing on the stay order has !that they did sat have to pr duce on his campaign tcura of ting their .numtor of copies. A 1,000 nalubas men women
been set by the Supreme Court the mMnfeershift lots of the or- tht south' Miami" ta one of the heavy MO! demand brought and children have been killed .
for next Tuesday anieaUnn' Advjierf' bv th" clues the candidate will visit. about the shortage. Please acceptour in fierce: fighting around Dak-

During a July hearing of the lawyers, both mm contended The eminent, civil rights lawyer apology. This week we have wanga, capital of Albert Kalonjl'a
"fertektive, committee Father rat the !1.-: acre attovnfU.ng alone wit* Ally Robert Carter increased our pros* run to cope 'f'"fI.lon1Jt"mlniol state |ntoulhcren
Gibson refused t produce the to tftt.rf..eith their consututionaj rf New York, rforeseeted the with the demand. Kasai.
membership list of the NAACP. tights: Revs Edward T. Graham
and )1IC. )1IC. 10< r yc rc yc 7 c

I COURAGEOUS MINISTERS I II THeod pro4ond re GibMA ease with during the Florida their till

Le.isialive.fJam' Tunes is Cotrenlttee.Rerves the editor mtrtiew. of the 18 Given One Year

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IN 1965 Eighteen members
-- -.- interracial) Action Institute were
y "
fund guilty last Friday and,
The Rev Martin Luther King
fed4e4rd Here Thursday that pad on a year's probation on
charges growing out ut a lunch
JUa1'Y. resistance in nalxIM
I race -
c unter alt-la.
wilt end within five .
'" The t interracial group was convicted
r }
31-yeard Integra+C
by Criminal Court Judge
lesdrer here to address the CORE
reargue Schultz after a two-hour
nonviolent 'institute
said The
.ml 1 m a fMckod courtroom. Thr .
end of a segregated society will
xth floor lobby outside the
< '
t be brought about by a rollini err courtroom was packed with whit
tick f Kerns opinion' which will "
and Nero sufjp tiers lung be- .
fi are the federal government to for the trial began, The judgeordered
lake a stronger stand""Metis '
: the door of the court-
flourish only where + "F I r-jam I eked after all seats hadbeen
they have the support and back- taken.DCII.ON.
lag. af pace and top officials" NO UPRISE

I Mid K.A.t. MIn many Southern James K. Robinson. CORE ..z.ecut.vs -
REV, EDWARD GRAHAM I eitie"* the police departments
I I secretary, said he. w a a
REV THEODORE R. GIBSON actually encourage 'YtolenceI "not really ,surprised" the de

I Plan cision.Continued-on-- page- I

Jacksonville Negroes BoycottAfter

I arid Elder Gamble was active in
the cavic activities
two days of race riots In f'J'"nl"d" J a' S* S'evena African sc",ng up eatiOna where Negroes and was held in high
which Negroes charged that ,, Methodist &pJ.K" pa: Church: may have the use. of msJ esteem by the community at
Jacksonville police stood by t! Others w" b* caked t. turn order catalogs to buy cl thing, Elder We, W Gamble large. ,
quad of Ignorant l I their charge cards in. dramatically afiTiiaacvs and other merchan pr :. sft: pa*:;r of the Fifth Funeral service will be held
while a fOOD Cburcn: of Gr>d in Christ
Ae Saturday in the Church of God in
beat Negroes with direct to store avana..rs -
white handles men and baseball: bats, To enforce the boycott tiv- dise.Drags, grccerie and otherporteaabie died Aug. U.t the Veterans Christ: 1747 NW 3rd are, at 2
axe Administration H Burial will be Lincoln
leaders are so- vsibie pickets" will sattiMer ooerautia will be pan. in 4
Negr "
the City'stidifytngplass born in SouthCarfrli&a
lie was
for an extended along downtown' streets ace rdtng fNirchawd croon an approved list Memorial Cemetery
all downtown stores. to Mrs Ruby MUI'Sey, regional of 1 cat merchants, mostly Negro and oune. to. Florida 40 lie will l lie in repose at the ,
boycott on
the early 205Tat
Range Funeral Home beginning?
Organized tekt>h e committees director Any ttogte who
are spreading the w rd, goes IDt. a boycotted score ";11 Similar buyer's stnkoa are BfIM a number .f years, he at boon Friday and It' pm.
Meetings at churches arc uuhi- fet a taik a- ) fawn ore of the ftrofreas to a number of other worked as a member of Churchof will be t.akenbe Church of
instruction. picked watch ITS. Southern citic In Atlanta. Prod la Christ in South Miami, God in South Miami and will
ed for mass
Negroes are already turning The boycotting MO"FO.S still Rids, a big departmoat store, and later was the feuoder .fi4 I rural there unul 10 pjn. The
their charge account cards to and to eat buy ci,t..o< and have and the A and Psst 1I'9f't'f1' organizer of the Fifth Avenue I body win then be= taken to tho>

NAACP youth reprwtn*lives. rnedal care Teoctl group a TS* are bring boyoa4o4. Church of God in drift,, ol Mi- Fifth Ave. Ouircb: of Go4 ja




Sit-in Law Legal
PACE 2 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1960rilongFreedom's Florida

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Road But Cannot Be Enforced

RUTH PERRY I' agreement and sold his b;use ,.-
By simple as posible >
- ..-...... --- ., ...- 'ACLU CINCH TO I ked{ : the and case narrow as it to include a Negro and his neighbor wrr
II to court to get an injunction
ntituttonsl question.
The nw of the recent race tempted in Jacksonville and that APPEALThe only the c against the sale the matter wax
clash In J.ck.tcnvi1Jehas beer was the immediate cause of the WIN I drew' close no longer purely private.At .
Simon's argument a
h-eking. One expects to hear disturbance. As I sM earlier it !
news' of this kind emanating .is too eon to evaluate this situation Florid Civil Liberties parallel between the Fred sit-in M. VinlOll' case- I that p tnt the state b-
0 defended Chief
not but In any event Union lawyers wh and ,
from Misufcskwi' I or Alabama Kra- came involved and the 14':
state of whether Negroes or Whites were CORE sit-in group aft*r their opinion in Shelley v.
from a city In our own of Amendment became applicable:
home to to blame for starting the vfo.I arrest at the Shell's City Restau- mer In that case the validity
Florida If brings sales of And said the court the power *f
all of us the fact that while we I leone or whether the blame roust rant are almost a dad to wtn contracts' barring state could not be constitutionally
have a lont way still to trawl be shared by b'th or whether it the appeal" on the strength of a h mes to Negroes was being test- used tenforce a discrim '
wrong freedom's road here In was inadequate police protection decision by the U. S. Supreme ed. The argument turned on and thedistinction natory contract.
Miami by comparison the distance It Is obvious that If the city Court In a restrictive real estate between private
H rirrt in tint needed" to officials) were determined beforehand covenant fight in 1948. state action wthin the meaning LEGAL ,BUTUNENFORCEABLE
of the 14th Amendment.
be taken' in upper Forida. not to have any vl*lence. Kramercase I II I i
In the Shelley vs
the police force could have been
JACKSONVILLEIt alerted t* possible disturbance, the curt ruled that a state EQUAL PROTECTIONThis I I As a result of that ruling r. .
court' could' not enforce a ,
La 'txruliar coincidencethat and probably prevented most fIt In a deed barring homeowner provision is the amendment requiring I! strictive covenants are still '1"-
my husband and dauchtM''Sfpf"nt from selling his pr a-perty < states to give all of its al. nut they cant be enforced
weekend in J.fk nville citizens equal protection under
a When there is no svmpithy nt to a Negro I'I FCLU counsel' Simon argarcthat
While barring racial
within the past ten days attending understanding for the Negro'sstriving the lws
a wedding. When they re to bcctme a first-cHws The FCLU will argue that the discrimination n the part of the same situation sillies n
turned. Mr Perry remarked American citizen; when the Negro Florida law permitting a restaurant states it "erects no sMeid against te sit-in case. When the rest,
about the atmo ohere of Jacksonville is relegated f> the status of manager to remove unrrant- merely private conduct however rant owner called police an
In Criminal -
He wild he felt a certain a slave or inferior human being f"d&It men is unenforceable.NO discriminatory: or wrongful." said pressed charges Courthe
'I of discrimination was n.
tenseness and bitterness in the Vlmon act
in the minds and emotions of becausepaver .'-.
air. and that the main topic of' southern law enforcement officers WITNESS longer purely prvate ..
Since the crSmnatory c n- of the state was be .:
whereve* he wrnt
c veration integration He aho Mid M' and city fficiate.. tension .s Practically the entire defer** tracts were actions by private used to aid it. he Mid.
was of necessity outcome of
anyattempt In the Criminal Court trial here
!individuals! they weren't coveredby
felt 'H' irtt Wx In '
a (!
Northern Ftoridtan on the part of the NetT-> was limited to this one constitutional the 14th Amendment.. Therefore his argument gwthe .
against to change his status If undisciplined point. As soon as the anti-sit-in law is const r ,
change from the stutu* quo and Negroes crvrmltted any ttate had retted its ewe. defense But. said the unanimous court' tuttonal by itself. But it can't: -
that prejudice: and bicntrv againstthe acts of violence or contributed tr counsel T by Simon entereed" a if the home owner broke the constitutionally enforced.n .
Negro was f rrrwrent in the the tense" state of affairs In Jacksonville motion for acquittal on the
conventatiens" he heard that
one they are to be censured ground that the law had been
could almost phyafeally feet the
race hatred because theprorrf'H 1 am thinking unconstitutionally applied. When VFW POST IN general They have held par
of d .a not come with violence the molt n was denied the defense t'es at the Veterans capita! ,n
Perhaps It i I. ton w -n and w* or hate-filled acts If undisciplined retted, withojt calling a Coral Gables. They assist !In
are t oft far from Jacksonville to ; Whites'' committed: any single witness. MEMBERSHIPDRIVE church services at the V. A. hospital \ -
(correctly evaluate Hie ultjaton acts of violence they (are to be This assisting veterans of an
strategy ,
and recent events there" However censored aUo. was followed to race and mill continue the same
there h no doubt at all about the pr gram
sentiments of M,w Ifirrf'm Mayor Itoyd'n Burns to the -- Out in Op* Ixick. there i is then Now this post is appealing '"
Burns ",'h' publicly stated his contrary' we will never have a Registration \ Ne.ro VFW peat in Dade all veterans who served oversea
feeNnrs a* a < he was campaign! for governorIn dreams of Southern Negroes uti- chartered on November 8. 1953 their efforts on a larger
recent months Mayor Burn tit bi-racial committees meet and In Progress and named the Lt Mrivin R. scale
has within! the pact fax day 'function upon btternes* and pre- iwkOlnn Jr. port No 5M3 Mrmbenhip '* 'nly' S575 Cot
again fatty! stated that he H a to file upon bitterness, and prejudice Little Folk Play Sch ot, specializing This pact has given many (' m- year including the VFW month;\
tegregatfonfet and that he world rill continue to feed upon in good home training preI nun,benefits. the area both National Magazine and $3.75 pe
have no partf bi-re1) rwn- bigotry until a bridge of understanding school hot kjoch served, trans fntf'rnaJtAd: atriot: a* well: as year thereafter.
mittens, becatwe..s he aid "They and goodwill is estab portation. 3290 NW 45th St. callNE .ducaranal! Thfff men have Meeting are held every 2nd
always lead to intetratlon" lUhcd 55283. Aces 2 \04. 610
AMERICA AND SEGREGATION -- end affair that have brncfitted 6 pm at 264 Bjnche: Park Shopping -
member veterans and the public Center.<<
I am not r* 'ng to eorrmireMaror
Hayden Rum with G v- Those FILL IN AND MAIL TO
ernor Faubus nf Arkansas. although
there Is nme similarity Oliver Maycock
In their bade atsn'i fnr .vrertlon *- who 15725:! >> N.W. 27th Avenue. Opa Locka. Fla.
and unwillingness to discuss Phone .;A 1-8270
the matter ver a conference'

table And from I Mayor am not Barns Irvin Ma to rightas takeaway live instyle. A Please send me application( and literature to join the

an American citizen to have VETKIIANS: OF F'OItEIG'ARS..
an opinion or to think way My quarrel with May r .
Hums as It wa with Cor. Fau-
hut of Arkansas i_ that t*>e4r Name ..........................._............................_}..., II I'."."'"..
thinking in not American or democratic

not think If *American American cither cititen do Atitlreuu ..............................................................................

rfiould.' then I think we have aright I
to cntictee them and p ant Telephone
nut the American and democrat idemand

ic way .
I do not think that any jrnonit !
us holds with violence or undisciplined
act n. whether It i Is

/mm time Wfcite ath c. tifrwo.tt..tk1nlfY Or Negroes Although IF YOU OWN YOUR LOTWe

have tried to link thNAACP /
with vok-nt action and have accused

agitators this and orcinintirn instigators of f trouble being ./ Can fiv/M/ A

the NAACP has always followeda
1 legal<< course of action At n\
time in its hiat rv. Ha this or-
ranteation adv cated the use of Beautiful3Bedroom
violence at an in*rument of action -
but to the contrary ha* always
feUoAvd the contiituU'nal I
manner of legal action through '
the courts.VIOLENCE. HomeWith


situation in Jacksonville
is one which is likely tIny > happen 2 Baths
place in the south when un.regeneente GORDON GIN
and bard-<'Ol't' M"JT1"ptontFu -
meet with T-urposeful
and determined Americans 1 believe

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Until Nov. 14 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1960 PAGE 3

To IntegrateNew
i Orleans Th New Orleans
) Scbo 1 Board iron a delay
of 10 week Tuesday before ad-
rr: \\ng Negro pupils to all-white
schools under Federal Court or- b

Judge J. Skellv Wrishtl
'\\' ordered the board to befin{
admitting Negro children to tV
-wtute; first grade, granted the
board's request of a delay
Miami Negroes shoud thank God there are organizations The request was made Monday ,
like the NAACP and ACLU. The Shell's sit-in case The delay i* until Nev. 14. y
and the Gibson-Graham decisions are almost sure to bereversed. the beginning of the second quar-
But where will we be if we didn't have strong ter uf the ch ol year

organizations behind our people to take their cases all the
way to the U. S. Supreme Court for final and real justice. Houston Integrates I
Think about this the next time they pass the hat. Lunch Counters;

Jobs in Uncle SamV Post Office department are becoming Catholic SchoolsSaint
some of the best! to be had in Miami, a place where
outside of teaching school there just aren't many decent Mary's Catholic School thrrrjrradde
here wit integrate its first
salaried jobs open to Negroes. Right now the Post Office when school starts Thursday hairat
needs clerks and letter carriers and the exams will be Straighten your I
given soon Jimmie Lucas, a window clerk at the LittleRiver The Most Rev Wenderlin Joseph HOME in
NoM. Mah p of the Ga1vrtonH -
Post Office would like to of these
see more us get utan dtaree. said no other
jobs and I is offering to form a class at his home to teach Catholic school will be ine- one easy application I
applicants how to prepare for the easy! but tricky test. If rated immediatelyHouston's .
you're interested call him any evening at MU 19642. public schools are Now you can haw the longer looking straight Ulryou've
under federal order to integrate+ '
a homo tbod
admire The eaay. Silky Strata n
Ann Lindsey I is back in town beaming since she wona S.'-pt Aral'7 cradvs Thursday feen right Mwels Iieeendtgsrtsnnent open' give you profeawonal-type n u1t.. loava your hair

prize at the American Bridge Association meet at the and frucery cha.mnren ; e,.ay to manage, ready to atyU .. you dosir. Year
Sheraton Park Hotel in Washington, D.f. Ann a member the r lunch eowrtera" .. Negroes hair stays straight longer,won't go back wan In botlaat,
of the Sunshine Bridge Club was the only woman player for the first time humid weather. Eaay-to-foltow directions, monay-back
from Florida out of 1.200 players who manned 2-15 guarantea every rack.ace.

tabled The Charlie and Howard and
Hadley brothers NOTICERrg. GENTLE trmgth for vomtncAiUwi's .NI s
Arie Gary and Marian Henry are entertaining their dad tration ;is now. .n ;;rore.. langrr, finer Mir rat[, I
who I Is visiting here from Palmetto on the west coast! at ('('x's Kindergarten. 17S8 NW REGULAR-'mg*for me-' STt
Look for the Church of the Open Door to rIMe a big I'n c urt F<>r :nformation. call 'r, cvcrwr A.ir.91C aTt;
FR I-84M. OX I-1M4 TWO! OUNCE MI $ "
property deal soon for a choice church site verv close to ... ....,.... $125
the Edison! Center business! district Patrick Range will --- - ca.Nw...-M II H .*..9...-
be off soon for Ro!&ton to attend the same mortuary school AT All COSMETIC COUNTERS
Why be Out of Style?
his dad enroute he
graduated from. Hut has a date withan
Atlanta. Ga. city court on a sit-In charge. Pat was one Let us convert your double-
breasted suit to a single brHst..J.B&f1'Ow ,
of the student leaders on the Morehouse! campus in the lapel |I8 up. I -- -- -- -
fight against segregation and discrimination.( Hurry bark Your SmUinf Tailors 937 NW I
home Pat we need you here. 3rd Ave, Reuben Hepburn.lad Prop II I Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off

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Northwest! residents In district! 2 are burned tvp lIt "'k"Jr. .-..-. -------_-.--.........._--------"-- .Il
Constable Newt Hudson for naming( a Negro dpf'ut'on.
stable who Is said to have about 1f counts of g r a n d
larceny against him liberty City will have n Neprroontometri LINCOLN ESTATESMiami's
!&t shortly when Dr. Olman Edwards! a Coconut
Grove product onen! his office In the CoWon building on
15th ave at 68th) terr Ray Mitchell, oririnator of Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
Miami's fabulous! North am! South Winter Gnlf: Tournament
that brinr* score* of big wheel! to Miami' every t' .
Februarv.! now In NHMHU arranglnr hiv Integrated 1 $ .

volt tournament. This. tourney was! nriefnallv !scheduled ,, -
for Havana but Tfncle Sam and Fidel ain't snenklnf _
anymore Sneakinf of Cuba Leroy Miller told me he
spent a week at the Havana Hilton and ho got a different -
picture from the one generally painted In the U. S.
press For one thlnsr. Miller rl"lmthprf' I I... a dWInct' absence -
of criminatlon! acrnlnst the darker Cuban*, which :
definitely wasn't evident before the revolution Wh>h reminds .-I 'r k e rarw..a'f

me that I have a letter In my file from a Cuban
who swears the real reason. Cuban Air Chief Dinz Lanr ; J s
deserted the revolution was because Castro named a

Negro Juan Almeida. }'Itt Chief of Staff YOU Own The Home! No Closing Costal

Several gifted professors have left Fla. State U. In PER MONTH
Tallahassee because! they were sJrkened) h\ the adminis Only $4797
tration's attitude toward sit-in
Hubert is out of Christian Hospital after smmhlnp un her 5 Different Models With or Without PoolsDOWN
station wagon when he ran thru an unmarked stop
,street Mayme Rondo brought hubby. Dave's! mother $9300 SALE $290
back from New York ".Ul1l1er for a vWt. Dave flew up to PRICE TO ANYONE

Chicago for the national golf tourney coupla weeks gone Pool Optional Sale Price $11,900FHA
The Don Strachans! have moved into their( lovely now Swimming
home at 2745 NW 23rd court How about W Hv Futch .
Se<. 22t 40 year mortg., for ,
the music man' Wally's such a Wg hit and in such demand -
that two top nlte spots, the Apache Lounge and| the displaced persons. SO year FHA mortgages t
Rancher Lounge are threatening a court fight over hfo
services And I if you miss hearing the Bobby Kendrick and conventional' financingavailable. .

Rn emble in the Sir John Lounge, you're mowing a treat. '
His vocal group reminds you of the Four Freshmen z: >1

There's a Negro soccer team here from Nassau who ALL S BEDROOM HOMES 7
played all their games against white team at Curtis l y
Park Miami CORE had a big night of Mar in honor Tcrrauo Floors wining Type Win 0 J'
of the Institute members Monday night at the FiWta. dews Heat Fiberglaso Celling. fr
Damita Jo headlined the show with all the top local acts Insulation Built-in Kitchen Appllances Jv
appearing before a packed house. Tiled A
Bath Fixtures In Color-

G. E. Graves, Florida's top civil right lawyer, will he Bathroom CUM Tub Inelosure j9 1
off to Africa soon to do an organizing; job for the Shrin- Painted Throughout Landscaped
era Ruth Polite, society editor of this sheet, ic sporting ,
Sidewalks Paved Driveways -
a new white Cadillac Richard Ve* ey. who used Verde -
to bawl th Pabst, is in town beating the bushes for Miller I. Municipal Water Supply DIRECTIONS Drive south on U.S. 1 to i

High Life Ruth Brown goes into the Palace for a one Walking Distance' to Schools. Churches AjOpartoh| Road, (loft on Allopottah 'o

nite stand Sept. 10 Steve McBlmurray, Ernest Haver, and Shopping. Old CwiJ. Rd. than follow the llQ"
Dave Bondu and Robert Seldon repdetented Miami( in the
national golf tourney in Chicago )last week Rthe
time! you rrad this I'll be in Jamaica with Gregg Hamm. DECARLO HOMES JWC. PHONE HI 4.4681
Roland Donathank and Marigo Parotti for the Labor Day i ,

weekend. So have a happy holiday, I'm sure we will. .-..-pl&J_**J'JX3mXJ. .}It'X-.rrJOA :7Q6Jt ".... .J'Ii7O\ J

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The m ve to have a Ipeeial ANNOUNCEMENT
session of the FU. Legislature hub
n thrown out of the window
Main-Office at 6740 Nw-1Sth: : AvenUF-Phone OX 1-04Z1 i Farris Bryant governor-elett, -

Br.no at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami Florida-*> .*. FH 1.22st and unc other d on state Monday candidate they will ann .

tlrrntwr of HwA-wUtrd Nrcro ln.a support Senator Jack Kennedyand Johnson. NOW FORMING THE
Senator Lyndon
Member of the National Nrw.|.prr Vubllahera AJlllnC"lattoa
but will campaign Independently
on a State Rights platform. May Assisff Cuss/
SUBSCRIPTION RATES be this group tcok In what GoY. 41st Physicians
ONI YEAR ''.!O SIX MONTHS $2.75 THREE MONTHS 11.71 Collins had to say about a pecla -
session killin the Democratic tor ail
---- Training
of Medical women
REEVES A special
H. E. SIOISMUND Editor chance in Florida. program
Garth C. Rtcvti. Managing Editor and Buslntaa Manager (age 17 to 45)) with limited education who nk
Cntrrvd) .. twirn1 n.,. Mattrr. AacnM .. HOT. a1 for 1'n OQk' City Manager Melvin. Reese more earning and increased prestige,
at Miami. K ..ri U, ntwlrr O* art of March ". 1II7II has been making some change!
In the police department: Chief 13
f Detectives Thomas Lif e has
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe been demoted Lt. Roy Eddy Is
LJpe's successor W. L O'Connell Day. and Evening Clashes
head of the Negro prednct has I
noblest motive U the public good Vlrf U. lone and Capt Oren Caudell i is I 9 Small Weekly Payments
now In charge. I
SCHOOL TIME These changes were made Air Conditioned Clas Rooms
while Chief of P lice Walter I
The summer vacation Is over and Dade County'spublic Headley was on vacation Head-I t Free Lifetime Placement Serric
schools will open for the 1960-61 term on Tuesday ley calls the City Manager's action
Sept. 6. Monday Is Labor Day.Dado's neither. lie has reversed' tome To all craduateaNightingale
of the city manger's orders.
teachers were on the job since August 29th

making plans, and other necessary arrangements for the
nut.hnl- CollegeFR
Two 'f Miami' mot
opening. There will be more than 153,000 children In mg leader the Rev Edward T
Dade's schools this year with 7,000 teachers to care for Graham and the Rev TheodoreR
them. Of these 740 are new teachers. Among our 186 Gibson were sentenced to six
high schools six new elementary months knprfoorwnent and to pay 3-1675
schools are two new junior a fine of 1.200 each n Tuesday
schools and two new junior colleges. by Circuit Court Judte M Ma"
There are two new Negro elementary schools-.the Walker aUUn C at Tallahassee. 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami, Fla.
They were convicted of conteerstnt -
Frances Tucker, 3500 Douglas Rd. Coconut Grove and of court brcau the reto ,-
East Opa Locks, 2470 NW 143rd StOm fused answer questions -f the I
of the two junior colleges will be at Northwestern legislative cmrvnitlee' concerning

High School.. This is the first Negro college in Dade lets alleged In the infiltration Dade branch of Ownmjn-of t h .
County. We understand that more than 160 students have NAACP.
enrolled.As Doth ministers refused t an- LEARN THE ART OF

we mentioned in this column some time ago, openIng .Ax.r such questions claiming .'

of thl college will be convenient for our community violated right their constitutional BARBERING S PROCESSINGMIAMI

and naturally beneficial economically. There will be no This cafe" is of utrrxwt importance -

transportation to pay, no board, room, etc. Dr. Kenneth and the public waRs with
Dr. David Dobbs the admin- keen' interest for the final
Williams I is the president and settlement'
I istrator.Dr..
Joe Hall superintendent of schools in a televis- Glenn Hepburn a member f
the staff of Father Flanagan's
ion address on Monday said:
famous Doy Town in Nebraska
If schools and parents are satisfied to accept mediocrity returned to Miami OT Monday on
the nation eventually will suffocate under a "thick a short vacatl n While tn Miami
layer of half-good-enough citizens. Hf.;burn in stopping at the homeof
"As and teachers it to the studentsand his father John A Hepburn
parents we owe of 1843 NW 7th It Hepburn ate
to our democratic society to accept only the best from tended the University of Nebraska
children even though enforcement of this standard may before becoming a member
be difficult and trying." < f the staff of Roy* Town

Teachers in Dade County are now receiving the following I

salaries! : Beginners $4,200 a year. The Boycott AgainltShell'
Those! with doctorates and 25 years experience,
$7,800. The last City Must
average salary year was 5,243. i
It I is introsting to note that Dade ranks 8th in the Be Supported f I

United States in the number of students attending school.

A* the boycott against Shell'. Barber CollegeFOR
RACE TROUBLE IN JAX Super Market enters Its second .
week, there are still a few who
There ha* been plenty of trouble in Jacksonville last do not understand the full significance
weekend and up to the present time all Is not well.It !!. of this struggle MEN AND WOMEN
This i Y no longer a dispute between
was brought about because of sit-in demonstrations CORE and the super mar
195 N.W. 14th
Street Ph. FR 7.3127
and picket lines. All of which were non-violent ket's management Neither 1* theusue

However segregationist armed with ax handles and eat in nw Shell's the: right exclusive to sit haven and MIAMI, FLORIDAApproved

other weapons! attacked and beat up several Negroes, f,>r whites What .is at stake Boats
while police gave no protection. This brought on a riot something greater It U a
and before it was over several were injured, one reported drove for human dignity; thus a ForTraining
challenge: to all aelf
and 92 arrested. Netroe

One who the Court thought was the leader was given To ride on buses where you
90 days in jail. Others were fined and given lighter sen please t., select any cab G.f.
tences. to eat or buy where you please
etc are interrelated These are
Jacksonville does not have an interracial committee. reserved' rif hts. To be denied any
The mayor is utterly opposed to such committees. He says of these common" rights threatens
that these committees bring about Integration. The mayor the poM. utoa ft ill of our NEGRO BARBERS NEEDED
right For a Negro to ay that
because he sees the handwriting on the wall. he issue over eating Wft.t".feyou

An interracial committee does give some help insolving shop is no c ncern' of his. is to There are many good paying position open through
racial problems. Let us hope Jacksonville will be a little naive. out the state of Florida. There i* tremendous short

soon be able to set her house in order. The question now. will we age of barbers throughout America aid real opportunity *

Coming to Miami: The CORE visitors who quietly ermit an Institution as Shell's! for you. Barbera are earning $75 to $150

refused to leave the Shell's restaurant when ordered waa one Market t to full delay citizenship our objective Are we_ per week. Work i i. light, clean friendly and a *ure*
arrested, went to unlike you a year 'round income and lifetime security.
court and given one year's suspended the Netroe sentence by Judge George Schultz. The decision will be Montgomery and Tallahassee? I NO
appealed. Are we a proole without understanding UNEMPLOYMENTNO
pride or respect The
mana cement of! Shell's apparent LAYOFF AT AGE 40
OUR ANNIVERSARYOn Iv think so They believe that
they can continue to insult and YES! GOOD EARNINGSYES
September 1 the Miami Times began its 38th year discriminate against Negroes not GOOD HOURS
of service to this community. only! In their restaurants but in YES GOOD WORKING CONDITIONS
employment, "without fesr of she
Although the publication was printed and all ready .s of our badness We think ENROLLNOW j

for circulation on August 31, 1923, we decided to make they are wrong DAY AND NIGHT CLASSESNEXT

the day of isue September 1. From that time on the One thing I* certain! Our
"Times" beginning as a four page tabloid, has kept righton entire battle far individual dig. I Inlty CLASS STARTS NOV. 3
and we are pleased to say that with all the troubles ,rests a* far as the Miami! is concerned EASY PAYMENT PLAN
effMtivn, of
and trials encountered in publishing a small newspaper, this boycott" All that use have Affiliated with the Journeymen Barber, Hairdressers.
we have not misled a single issue. This has been made gained and hope to earn wl! be Cosmetologist International Union. Member of

possible by the support of our advertisers and thousandsof determined ty and bv ur dtola success
against Shell's
patrons to whom we again extend our thanks and ap- We have no ch"';.ee The' Our exclusive easy teaching method will enable you
preciation.Our boycott' against Shell's! Super to become a licensed barber in a short time..510
hope is to endeavor to give you even better service Market must be supported by
in the future. every self-respecting Negro The
eye of the nation are upon us


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THAT MIAMIBy Personal Mention

By RUTH H. POLITE CORE is a national organization I r4409 Q 0 0 r4tXiater. .ea'yrYrb #"... "A""' '''#''..''.....''... ..'''. 1
iwith local chapters' whose '

V.'W- A .JJ7----- chief objective is to erase the Mrs. Ruth Smith Bethel of going t Philadelphia Mrs. Jot-
------- color line by direct nn-vlolent 1350 NW 68th terr was awardedthe itvette took her daughter Cleo
I THE OLYMPIC GAMES. O. Frances S. Tucker and Victoria action master of education degree to visit for two week with her
Thursday August ,25 in the Eternal Webb at the home Vf the Drs. CORE is as vital to our c m- August 20 from Boston Univer grandm her.. Mrs. Rna na Jot-
City. Rome, the Games of the Simpson in Coconut Grove en munity as the heart is to the hu city ).Iusad1ulet Real proud Hvette in l'ort Arthur. Texas.
XVII Olycnpaid oPened with Saturday evening Au,. 27. man body. Without CORE the :f this honored achievement are
more than 7.000 competitors Mrs.. OTerrell (Annie Mae) Near citizens of Miami might her husband Charles and daughters Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Harrison
from 85 nations.According taught here 16 years ago at the never be able to enjoy and take Pamela and Sony Equallyas and daughter. Adria of Opa Lock
to records Carver advantage of all that proud are other members of
the first Hifh School. She is now things are have returned from their vaca-
Olympic Games took place in a teacher of mathematics at rightfully ours. the family and friends. vacation sent in Naxsau.
. Greece' in 776 D.C. During this Edwin Markham Jr. High in the There are many Negroes who Mrs. Bethel a 4th grad teacher :
time It was generally believedthat "city .( Angels." are content' with the way thingsare er Bunche Park Elementary' Jonathan aelt r. 1827 NW
the body f man was equally She shared world travel experiences at the rreent tkne. They received' her bachelor of science 67th St. returned on Wednesday
Important as his spirit Their with guests by showing don't mind being discriminated c..Jke.John degree from Bethune Cookman f r m a 10-day cleft to Nassau.
chief God was Zeus They hon slides taken during two fascinating against. Or to stand up f r what This wa hi* first trip in five
ored him by developing the body tours. CROSSROADS they know are their Inalienable years and he i Is thrilled writh his
J. J well known
and mind TO rights. Urel" vi t.Inipcctw.
harmoniously. AFRICA the first tour lasting -
Miami rental agent and tax consultant -
Olympia ne of the most beautiful ten weeks was under the 1 realize that there are a number recently returned to Miami &-
places n.lI Greece, was direction of Dr. James Robinson of people who cannot take a from a two. ffk vacation in Fred N. Semour of
selected' as the place where the put r of The Church of The stand in the open for fear that Now York City visiting relativesMr. the Bahamas Police Force, who
contests' wre held. Vast temples Master I located in NYC. The second to stand f r something they Jeffreys was "" 'U1tpank'Sb live in Nassau, i I. now visiting
were bulil. Statues symbolizingthe trip GOODWILL TOUR of believe might endanger their ) his granddaughter Mary in Miami on a vacatt" n Seymour
harmony of body and mind 27 countries was sponsored and Jobs Nevertheless these peqplecan Hepburn. They rrp.tted the tripas i* a cousin of Fred Seymour of
were erected in and around the partly underwritten by Popper- cooperate with CORE by one of great Joy. NW 5th are and 14th st He ha*
trmp-les. dine College of Los Angeles boycotting certain establishmentsand been a member of the Police

After ritualistic sacrifices to the Present at the party were: Dr. giving CORE their' financial Roosevelt Fhiellen. son of Mr. tome for 19 years.
gods were held athlete paradedto and Mrs Nathaniel. C Iston; Dr. support. Mrs. William J. Williams of 1929
a stadium nearby and held and Mrs Ira P Davis Mr. and There are still many Negroe' NW 72nd sU wil be among the Mr Ion Cook of 7139 NW
their o- tHtI. The first recorded Mrs. Robbie Wright Mr. and Mrs wh are crowing the picket line Miami student leaving for college 16th ave. wa the proud mother
games were limited to one seethe A.ooza Fanntn. Mr and Mrs at Shell' City Do these people this month. A recent graduate lat week when her son, Jesse
200 yard dah. Later on Die"pentathlon Howard Bryant Mr. and Mrs. realize what they are doing of NorthActera) lEigh Flu William, spent a week" nf his
** was added At that James Reid Mr and Mrs. E. R. How do thee people ever expect ellen will leave on Sept 9 for vacation with her Mr. Williamsand
Jones Mrs T. L. Lr-rie, and Tuskesee Institute where he will
time the "pentathlon' consistedof herawter to be treated equally'As family live In New York
Mrs Miriam Locnax. At. pursue a course in etcectrical City and havent
contests In discus throwing been In Miami
lanta, Mesdames H. C. McDowell long as we remain "Uncle engineering and TV and radio far
hurling the Javelin leaping running 12 year He returned to New
Pearl Stirrup Evelyn Williams Tom*" and accept things u they repair service. .
and wrestling. In later York lt week reporting rrandtfm.e
Suie Francis Liiiian Mason arc we wfll never be able t He has been an aj, pre&tkeemploye a
chart t and In aim t a new since
years racing
maft"ht'left. added. boxing Evelyn Williams Henrietta Ltnda obtain and enjoy all of the things at So tin's TV wherehe he l left<< here.
>. Huida Frauer. Mena Jack- that are rightfully. ours. has received' preliminary-
The winners who became national .M tL Ruth Blaoknetl.: Myrtle Dave structions in TV and radio ser
heroes were crowned with Musses. Maude Elites n. Caret I Most of the place that are Integrated vice. Mr*. Mabri Isaac and grand-
a wreath made from a sacred ha Bawl Julius T. Lee. here in Dade County are ton. Edward, BnMk*. of Nassauare
ottve tree which grew near the I integrated because iwwne from 'fi Amring from Nassau, Bahamas spending a month's vacation
temple of Zeus. IX>IU1AJI Society matron i pressure has been placed on the this fwvek were Miss Joan with her sister, Mr*. Thaderrfin
In Greece, time was measuredby win National Bridge Trophy. la j names or perators Either a law Bethel! and three sUters. Elea 199 NW 69th st
the games. The four year interval the "K" eat-wet divuwm of the i suit sit-in or by some thee nonviolent nor. Dorothy and Betty. They
between the gaenes" was Junior Masters Department paragon method. are guests f Mr and Mr*. T. S. Mr and Mrs Alexander
called Olympiad A truce was always pair section Mrs Ann Lmd- Greer. 1955 NW HUt St Brook of 1301 Httnrhe Park
declared' before the fening *e> w n the trophy with the i At the present time CORE has Joan is a drMmker, Eleanor Scheel) Drive O a ti ekes. returned
of each festival because the .....*' score of 183 The event taken the lead in spearheading>> U a graduate uf TM Tnt>rtde to the city after a three
game were a part of the sacred took place during the 27th annual Integration here In Miami with HaH Traminj College E I..nd. weeks vacation tour The Br oks
life of the times. National Tournament its three feM type of non-vtelent travelled north first In
of the She will be a member of the tfptng
After the Romans conquered American Bridge Association It wer. faculty ut the Southern Senior Savannah Ga vtaitnf with hismottier

Greece, the games were bannedIn which was held at the She-art 'I I. The power of active goodwill Sch ol when the term begins next : on to Lwrnlwrton. N. C
393 AD by Emperor Theod s- Park Hotel in Washington D. C. and nen-retanaUen. wee*. Betty a *len gfikher a. fumed of Mr lit nUt cousin
lus. the last great ruler of the Aug. 12.20.I'I30I'LE. 2 The prier of public npmi n The girls are here to shop fur Dr and Mr A. J Robinson
Roman Empire. against an I injustice Miss Dorothy' trousseau Uifipinar a far day wtth Mr. and
This year marks the first time Vuamg Mrs. Enid L. Mr Alexander Brooks Jr. and
the games are being staged' in Ferguson m Hyde Park Holly 3. The power of refusing to be Mr France Jollivette ,nddaughter. daugh'era in Hr ti klirn. NY Then
Athens Rome since their modern wood during a two week period, a party to injustice as iUuttra- Itegtna. returned to the to Niagara Fall and T roM' ,
revival in IBM. vacation was her c uio Mrs ed by the boycott and the strike city on Sunday after spending Canada On the way bank they
A torcj has burned over every Manna R Russell of West Palm With the except: n of the their vacation in Philadelphiaand stiepepd( m DHrmt and Chicago
Olympic contest In the early &'Sch. While in the area she S tll'. City incident CORK hasbern New York In Philadelphia pending a day with the Mayo
years the torch was symbolic! ft a worshipped<< at St Agnes Bpirop wry aucreasful I in obtaining Mr. JoUivette' was the gut truce between' Greek state To- Church and visited' relatives I equal right for all people<< herein Mr and Mrs Joseph Cooper>> Regina and on home<< thr uyh the Look
day it is a symbol of peaceful In Miami and Richmond Heights Miami Ncverthrie" theShell's spent the, summer at Camp Out and Srnoket Mountain In
athletic competition among nations. Mrs Russell is a prominent City inicMent can be Qua DIC't!t. n"u.h N Y Before Tenneee
member of St. Patrick Bpucopal I made auc+ieaful. if we the citizen
Church West Palm Beach She of Miami& cooperate with
This year Aufust 12 in the a an inspector f r the Central CORE by not buying titan Shell's
city of Olympia Greece' the torch Life Ins. Co. m Palm Beach City until 1 everyone" can be served -
was lighted in a traditional cere- County. i at all e uot m.ft1. An Italian ship Vespucci I -iuIJa, !p t t.u..a. i '>trod tv fpua
took it to Syracuse.' Sicily last MH6 HBRNICE CARTKet and I nation m employmentIf
Thursday Aug. 18. From there on BUGHNE of Carver Raw*** the-to .has eve been a time
1,500 ruMen took turn in carrying spent three week visitant" Mrs when the Negroes of MLnishould / 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
it 958 miles u> Rome. A Luuise McDonald, her mother" in stick t gether, the time ismrw.
nomaD acho I boy carried it m I New York City Friends in .
the Olympic Stadium Thursday at Philadelphia and Long Island
the opening ceremony amid made' her stay meet enjoyable THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
pomp and glory, and the thousands she returned hne this week I Mt. Olive Missionary
of flags of competing na-
U'cs and the Olympic Banner The likeable "BILL" ALLBN. Kev Benjamin Franklin pastor. -
with five interlocking circlet om the famous Iftth Avenue Barbecue 3 Mi Ave. II I Ita adaw. Fla.
a white background waving ma- King is in Mt. Sinai H<.- Yvonne Jacks n. reporter

jecticaliy" in the Eternal Cat!. ptai Bet "wh.. for a speedy Sunday School" ......... .... .. .. 945 I Fresh Meat-Low Prices

Our country will be represented rrcoveryRecently Morning service .............. IOU:
by many contestants some of llvenin service ..... .... 730
: the Ellis A. Rodgers
them are: RALPH BOSTON the
21-year-old Tennessee A and I had a* their house quests Mr and --
Mr JAMBS DOBY and their
sent biochemistry student -
College r
daughter Tae D by from
who is a native of Laurel, A
Detroit Mrs. -L-
Doby (Ernestine is
1J. a bit ) ;;; :_
MUs. Ralph; : 6&onrote
a teacher the
of track htftory in Walnut Calif school and he is a postal elementary clerk. TV SICK ?
oa Aug. 13, at a tryout track
meeting when he wiped the great
At the Senners and
JESSE the books OWENS'by jumping 19J5 record 28 feet n.Isia Mrs Convention Lena Simmooc held in Bost Then dial FR 4-2044 9 ".m. to 9 p.m.

J I c4 inches, three inches farther appointed State Recorder for was Dt SAME DAY SERVICE
than Owens did. He became the of Isis and co- first broad Jumper in history to Fla Education Committee in the ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
clear 28 feet four times in cue Order of the Eastern Star
meet Other representative we
RATER JOHNSON in the de Picture Tube Special

Jump DON BRAGG in the HALEYS have added a baby 17.INCH22.e5 2 MN CM-129.95
pole vault. GLENN DAVIS daughter t. their family Her

the cnetteta hurdle. BILL NIE- name is Jennifer Jewica Haley . yu can't dream up a picture .
DER and PARRY O'BRIEN in and see was born July 10 when your TV Mt gives aut.. SERVICE CALLS-Day or Night |2.SO
the shot put RAY NORTON in ftOOTIN'S TV 121 N.W. Irtf Ave.
the sprints HAL CONNOLLY in WEDDING ANNIVERSARIES can keep your old Mt performinglike Nit. Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charge
the hammer throw, BILL ALLEY Mr and Mrs Alexander Brooks I' new, Cell us at FR I. ISM
in the Javelin, and EAR. 29.;;;:; Mr and Mrs. Eibridge Sea- i for top, notch Mrvio. RENT A TV
vetia 30.HIRIIIDAY

KA in the dbcui. This should be GREETINGS to r Tlf Only $5.00 per week
another gala Olympic year
Mrs Loreatha R Pecke, WL-: I ,
the USA. ham Lynch. 20: Vincent Heruot S00TINS ,
Charlie NeaJy Anne Mae Robin- Vets Radio & TV Co.

TRAVELOGUE PARTY; 2r. sac 31. James Dean. Ana South, i iArtb
and Mrs E. B. OTERRELL of .a D Hubert Julius Sjn
La Angeles were honored guestsat i I mona Quentin L N rth Sept 1; 939 N.W. 3rd AvenueVt.
the party nrhkh was given Sadie O7 x1. Sept 3; Y' :anda
Jointly by former local colleague I Clay, Dorothy HoweJ, Samuel \
)lea .tmu Kate s. Dean, Jones, Sept 4.


DIVORCE ANDMARRIAGE own destructlcn as Peter said,
H Peter 3:18. I will admit that

judgement begins at the house of

Elks Head Pledges THEOPLOUS C. ROLLE God. When one is out In the
world and does not kn'w God
Jwus sa.d. "W!ms ever puts
even though he is living in adultery
marrieth an-
away his having two or three com.
oth<<. commit adultery panlons, the Church has no right
against her and whosoever mar t... judge him. The Scriptures
rieth her that is divorced from uy
Civil Fight
Rights we judge them that are within
her ."husband Many, doth not knowinj c mmit adultery the They that are without God

Judges. When they come and getthe
Scriptures go to the 19th chapterof
now birth and are in the
CHICAGO -- PhJadelphia x ,. -i, ,d Sovmour Anthony i 14everiep Mitt Gibson, 17, of Matthew and the 19th verse to Church, that is when Judgement
Hobson R Revn..ldtnewly >. W: .tditid of"t." Pea isfourg Fla. 1lareiabt M't, Pan w n second Justify themselves, saying Jews will start. Will judge them according
elected grand exalted'! cuter who won $150 plus a $1,060 place and Gwendolyn Carol Tip- Mid, "Whosoever shall put away to the 19th chapter of
of the Elks has a two-old scholarship for his masterful de- ton. 17. of Hamilton. OM:% ploy hit! wife, except It be for fornl- Matthew and the 10th chapter

mission he toW reporter at hit :ivrn. of a speech eft'.t t"d "The ed third. They each received' catl-n.- Mark where, Jesus said **Wh,_-
Negro and the Constitution." $100 bonuses. When they hnd theft lerally shall
elevation to the highest pod in --- soever put away his wife
---- husband has
married' wife
-- -- -
order last week and marry another comm1ttethadultel'
the secret
TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA t'7n'mlttf'd' the act the say it is
Reyn Ms who succeeds the airing ;- ). "The word whosoever
Robert R Johnson. ale o rf PACE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1960 fornication: but it ]9 n't !to. Fornication gets everyone.

Philadelphia, who refined to run is committed betweenthe
for reeleectlon because' i poor unmarried and not the legally Dear reader, according to the

health said that the -year-old The Town of Letter Carriers' married Scripture, a w man is bound by
organization would be dedicatedto Jo* the advancement of civil right Hopeful Union Orders f mScatlon and "wa" minded her husband liveth. Romans
to put her a'A'.v privately be. 7th chapter.:
ORGANIZATION NEEDS By Rollington Taylor Integration of case she was espoused to him.
"NEW LIFE" not legally married. Matthew Please help me. I want to get
Whi'e pausing a town called' Southern 1:18. In Matthew 19 chanter. on the air and tell the truth, and
But to .d this effectively he l inlreful. J8U"Sc !peaking of two wives fet a church. God will bless you
added.' ***e needed to breathenew I met a little old matt C'ne'nnati! (A'T) The the"' rxv edvife' and the Bro. Theopl us Cyril Rolle
life into the Ofll8nl tioft." Sitting at the c rifer smoking' his >-"ti nut l Asjoeiat.on of Letter -legally married wife, When the OX 1-5295
This he ald. can be done pipe Carrier has instructed lu officer 1510 NW 57th St

"through a cart:aign to enlist And writing i in tM saM. I to start up machinery for evpousvd it adulterv wife c treed tntnlts the the tenth act
m"Ye young people into the organization gradual Integration of separate

and to give them an There W *f'1't' another barn be. I Ne rn and White 1 cab In "teSottta. chapter of Mark SEE THE WORLD'S
opportunity to alMlffH.poeitiona I There fs no B.b'e: ? p* mtting!
of leadership and tvribilityat Inns In sightNot I one' to put Mrav his' wife for committing GREAT SPIRITUAL
reap even"' a do or eat, The H-tk-ft came lost week at a
soon as they are able. All of the stores and ea.fofllft''t" marathon session of the grotto's 'I adultery As I said f' before.if LEADER
However, in spite of pressure triennial convent! n at which a w man !is eapnued .-i i man
for some chain, all major t. The tire en NttWe flat d>b fat.. voted on 320 reseta and h' finds Vr nnf i hf-i' *e AND PHYCHIC READER
beers were rffk cted. tiom.The. can r"t '""" Twav like Jo eohthough '

An expected" floor fight for pcition The town say eared t be cIHer1. I tf) do urtn 14u"t' BISHOP HUNTERIf
f grand secretary failed ed, 12.M*>--m<'mkr association .'fw* nit hate 'o ma.ry her She
'I ANt set up morale branches arum t we him for a branch otf'Ift'ItTfO
materialize members of the
to a z. for the little oM
pt yau are sick or worried dosft
in Southern and b rderstates becotwe *He was' un-
rtek-cted SO-year-old .
lodge Who sat at the ecru amokiftg in 1941. hlthtv' fall ta see ma today. Offtoa hours
C. Hueston to the pot hit pit>e j dally 1 p.M. ta 1 pjn. Tharaday
I That is what Jesus mennt In
Others reflected besides Huest Still r.tinc in the fJML .1 Before the 104 convention at the l*.h coupler of Ma''hew. 1 p.m. to S p.m. Sunday 11 ....
n were:
Cleveland banned further split to S pun.READINGS.
when He ." d. "Whosoever shall
Judge Perry Jackson of Cleveland
Sit down. my son MIll tile Uttle locals. 17 were set up.
grand treasurer: George W oW ..... put away his wife eseefM it be
Lee of Memphis, grand commissioner I h t.o you dont plan. to say The resolution Inatrueted Aftodati *- for fornlcntkm.. and shall! ma ry
of education, and Perry You'll find Motfcififf here of n President William c. another c nm.tte1h adultery-
1! ....rd. Waehtn 1onu. DC.. Legal et to yet*. Dolierty and other officers to aid And v&woever marrieth her |1JMM17 .

advUor. Or a HKNW to spend the 1..1 I in setting up>> machinery to tnt- which !s**pUt away doth cmnmitadul'1rY up
The election, irteidwi over HjrCiteemed grate separate locate Vfcere "
there dual charters Some say if you divorce y ur '
ate and
Leading Kniffat Bertram Like everyone elM, you must' be SW 17 St.
Gregory 'f Detroit, w a .Rflu" I I i where this is mtecrati n in pro- wife or husband before you ".re ,t t "
!, saved and agate when WIlT .. .'
held unexpectedly while many What tavern* t this town ee* and where atvnnpta by :.o- marry you ""' ,
Elk brothers were prepartof for Tra n ears out toward Uw 'I cal community leaders to intefvate get *av the parade. yojr are being moa Ueettd that sin. forgive >ou for it and I'' ,
Several" top leaders t *o hadbeen Hear tfcot roartec veund. I I I you can remain with the secondcnmpan ,
resolution also noted that while v first
mentioned" as possible candidates rm U" one A PRO,. Hyirrtii
the newly formed' '' yeti nal Pox. still 'iv flit. saving that Judge .
prior to the election wereRev. I
The giant wovos coming to shore I
K. I*. Battle of Roefcv tal Cfcrrki Union had Integrated ment' b>giM at the houw of G >.d.I .
I Taking bark whatever they en
locals at W. hin.tan and Atlanta not ur Vr.'and.ng the
< Scriptures
Mount.. N.C; Harvey Itarri. < < It may be a boat that uaj left I Advertise! It Pays!
New York City: Perry Jackson of -I 4 T'a! the Scriptures' to their

Cleveland the gram treasurer; Or ti We of SY1 :r"'Sr' .
c any man. s.z.s ss .v. &::& _
HerU-rt E. Jonas, a Wadniamton, --
DC grand organiser and Grefwy I
"triPt her my son will
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Vote" DriveThe CHARITYA REEVES NAMEDTO men: Seymour Chase, F. Joseph
I'Donohue the Rev, F. Franklin
47-year' old woman was being D. C. EXECCOMMITTEE Jackson Jrcrph I* Rauh. Jr., Mrs.
questioned by a welfare Polly Shark Icton, J. C. Turner
Congress of Racial Equal committee investigating unemployment and A. U Wheeler.
ity members turned their atten- among Negroes in
ton t "gettinj out the votes, POLICE MAKE Homestead Thursday, on her ef- Mr Reeves is a weil-lcnown
instead of Frank D. Reeves assistant toSenat lawyer who was elected a member
lunch counter sltins. f.rt to get aid far the jobless.A .
Two-man teams' have" made 3 NUMBERS Mrs. Mary r John F Kennedy has of the Democratic National
door-to-door canvassing -f Negro restaurant owner, been named' honorary cochairman Committee frcm the District of
homes, beginning In OpaLccka ARREST Russell, was asked Dade to WelfareDepartment's avpoar of the Kcnned.r-Johnson Columbia last May.
before the special
to find ut if occupants at 2 Campaign Executive Committeefor
are registered voters. Last weekend round-up of bo committee' the District Y Columbia.The .
To the unregistered they explained lita operators netted county and I pm.Mrs. announcement was mate NEED CASH
the importance of t h e city police three persons in separate Dorothea Berman, "white this week by Senator Henry M.
ballot and offered' help to let arrests In the northwest a leader of the Miami branch of Jackson, chairman of the Democratic $25 to $600
thfir names -n the registration section, and charged them with Girls Tu,n of America, reprimanded National C'mmlttre. at the
books selling numbers. the citizens of Homestead I' opening of the District's Committee -
They urged' those registered for -refusing t; help these PL 8 3653
to use their voting privi Mary Wright, M, of 62.a NVJ families." Headquarters.Serving .
23rd hungry, pennlies' with Reeves as lion.
ave was pieced up by IDEAL LOAN CORP.
lege.Cordon Carey. CORE national Metr police and charged with" Girls Town has sent seven truckloads orary Co-chairman is Mrs. Katie

fleW director, said "we see the possession of lottery outfit and The of Welfare food to Dlwper1menmad that area. named Louchekn.chairman W. J hn and Kennedy the following was 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
v: last week and reported "
a survey were appointed vole chair- a- -n
tag the rights of minorities and Fifteen boMta envelopes and that empl yment at Ihcne.t : -
breaking don IL ""-
(372 in cUb were found at her ad was as usual fur this period - - - - - -
believes that many Dade house, they said. of the year. ENROLL: NOW IN
Cojnty Negroes are not registered Mrs. Russell was asked by the
voters not because _f dj- Others arrested' on similar committee to produce her
crimination at the oils (there is charges. were Jimmie L. Kinchcn "Helping) Hand Club" records SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
none), but due to lack of education .. 20, of $24 NW 22nd St; Lillie M. and sh 'W what authority she has
and the fact that "manyof Holliday. 45, of 14374' NW 6th solicit aid.Mae's a Life Long Profession
thtm are fr m Southern court and Robert C. Bagley, M, to
States where they have been of 2158 NW" 5th ave. --- ---- ----- FloridVa Oldest, Reliable and Complete School

disfranchised and don't realize --. Beauty Chest
their rif hU." Special<< hair styling for one week 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-99fl
JOIN THE NAACP! Oily. Adults I2.75U' ; children $2.23 .
BUNCHE HOLDS 6833 NW 15th Ave. OX 17271.
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British commander of the I
G ha nan contingent' of the UN '
force in the Conga, Maj. Gen. for light moments on Labor Day

Henry Alexander, said his tro-f*
"have been placed in an imput.Jble I
. positionby a lack of firm

orders. ,
Allexander flew to Sow York,
consulted with UN Secretary 4.
Dag Hammarak Id. and has gene
back to Ghana.Dr .O/
Ralph Bunce. UN special
representative in the Congo denied
the general criticism. He
said Alexander wanted the UN
troop to use f ire and this was
"utterly wrong" lie said UN -j'Tha
forces had gained prestige by ,
sh-ratng restraint even when
strongly. provokedThe p Hey I TAa\1//
was to use weapons only in se11

defence. L-

Debutantes Ball to .
Launch Bethune _

Memorial Drive

NEW YORK The International .
Debutante Ball a gala
dinner with divertisement. will ..
launch the Silver Anniveary
and the campaign to erect a
monument and an Educational
Center in memory' of r>r Miry
McU-od Bethune at the Ctvmno-
d re Hotel on September M The
President of the United Sues l r
has signed a bill authorial' the
National Council of Negro Women 1
to.r..nhi.. memorial" n
public lands in the Nation CPUdl -
It will be the Ant time that

a Negro and ha been ther from so nauew the bon rt'd.Debuanta Un1.*it-ed**. -

States ::;
symbolize the ideals of rvfee ;
and achievement for whiM the
NCNW" was orfamxed in 1M5 by
Dr Bethune. will be (;"rnsente'd. '
c ff
The most auspiciousevent. evrattempted 0A4LjErI _
by a civic group
affair will bring into sharp focus u4 ,

the pending 24th the 840.000 Anniversary member N f nrs s
O nvention organization of Proceed train < I i/j5j I ,

the affair will be used' to lauaefc.
a tremendous international drive
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1960 Negroes MonkeysBONN. I For Result in One Visit-See

I Germany "The Russians
Beauticians Now ination : My we are monkeys and
I not human. an African student
Sorors in d the restaurant,
told a news conference ftere after MOST CONSULTED READER
contended' the attorney, came to two years in Moscow.
the court and in effect said "helpme } j IN SOUTH FLORIDA-WARNS OF
discriminate against these The attitude 'f the Russian' TROUBLE IN ADVANCENo
people" The convictions will be man in the street tmard African -
Mrs. Carrie B. Pitts popular appealed. Negroes .is one of arrogant matter what your HOPE. FEAR or TROUBLE may be .h..
owner of Billy Pittsy's Beauty Judge Sctiultz said heat pt tuna tbm. Michel Ayih, 28 of can and will help' you. She gives true and never falling advice
911 NW 3rd ave, has recently finding the demonstrates guilty, : Togo said. They say .have much
on all affair' of life such as: LOVE COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE,
returned from business but was not taking the formal trouble Just c me to us and
and vacation trip to San a FranCisco step of adjudicating them guilty. we get rid of the colonialists for health business changes, wills deeds, mortgages, law suits, lost
where she was in attendance The difference he said "s that you we111 machine gun or stolen articles hidden treasures.
at the 41st annual Golden the offense would be erased from them' "
Reads your entire life: PAST, PRESENT FUTURE. Tell you
Gate Convention of the National; the record at the end of a year
Beauty Culturists' League Inc, and the 18 would thus have no The young Negro first went toM anjth.ng you wish tt" know without asking any questions.
convening in the Golden Gate police record. scow in 1957 to attend a Communist If you can't sear to make a hit In anything you are I la
: Youth festival. He went
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take courses in diplomacy.! 1 others. See Her .!
Mrs. Pitts another Miamian I through life handicapped by Today
Mrs. Pricilla Tb:mpIOD. 533 NW He said Soviet University of.fica1s Uceised by State and County
2nd ave., and Mrs. Gertrude then told him he could net
Shipp of W. Palm Beach made study diplomacy but rent study ,: Gives Your Lucky Day and Lucky Numbers
up the Florida delegation of medicine, which was what he had SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
graduates.The studied! for three years at RouenUniversity Private and Confidential Reading
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Mrs. Pitta' primary cnissi n New custom built 3bedroomCBS because my country can CLOSED TUESDAY-NO HOUSE CALLS
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Igor Baptists List Issues

Philadelphia Meeting

to PHILADELPHIA (ANP) with all of the new African
Though' the cnuCfdfn for president states. This is an opportunity anda

/ bas captured the interest of challenge to the genius and creative
the public, delegates to the 80th ability of the American
session of the National Baptist Negro.

= Convention, USA, 1nc:., which 4. We must help the trustees
-- opens' here Sett 6 were reminded and the president of the American

FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH this week that there are other Bapt&t Theol.-gical; Seminary
important issues on the agenda. to support and finance that in-
W.J.Macon In an official call to delegate stltutien.
ev. pastor Dr. J. II. Jackson of 5. The Baptist schools in our
Sara E. McRae, secretary president cf the 5,000.000 member respective states should be the

Our pastor and wife Sis. religious body, outlined eight bject of our concern and deva-

Emma Macon were well pleased matters which the convention will tion. .
Culmer Elected to HOLY REDEEMER at the cooperation of the members be called upon to consider. 6. We should complete our contribution

Masses: and friends on Sunday as They are as follows to our existing sen .lar-
Church Union we celebrated<< the 10th anniversary ship that is now in operation at
Sunday ___ 7 & 10 am. 1. Shall we send missionaries
The Ven. John E. Culmer rector .I'' Rev. Macon. Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Daily ,., 8 ajn. to the Congo from which .
Morning service conductedby many 7. We must d. all within ourpower
Church was
of SL Agnes Eplc'ixil I' Baptism White missionaries have been
and Archdeacon for Negro Work By appointment Rev. Major Greene of First evacuated? to help develop our Re-

in the Diocese of South Fl-rida Novena Services Baptist, with music being rendered 2. In order to Implement) cur: tfenement Fund on which we

was recently informed that he Wednesday night _._._ 7:30 p.m. : by b-th choirs and the decision of last year we should have made a noble beginning.
8. It is not time to make
sermon delivered by Rev. T. R. a venture -
has been elected to membership Convert instructions by appoint send a Commission to Liberia to
in the
Harrison of ML matter creating an
Sinai Baptist
the Council of the American negotiate the
on ment. purchase of a large '
Educati nal Foundation
Church Union an affiliate c( the F.r any information call PL Church. tract of land for our new missionary ? for ourselves -
International Church Union. Fr. 9-2368. The evening services at 3 venture.

Culmer thus becomes the first o'clock were in the hands of Rev. 3. The National Baptist Convention

Negro Priest to be elected to that GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Mason and his congregation ".< should seek and find some
high church union. HialeAh. Dinner was served lathe way of n n-politkal fellowship Advertise! It Pays!
Mev. William r. Savoy. pastor church annex.

FIRST UNITARIAN 14th Avt. and Win Street At 7:30 p-m. the choirs being -

:Sunday School ._..__....... ifcJfl led by the Juaaor choir assembled
The Rev. Walter C. Jolly, minister Morning Service ., .......... 11:00 to the tune ofGod of Our RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
of the Fort Lauderdale Unitarian Westminster Fellowship 6.00 Fathers" Sermonette by Rev I Rectal Diseases
will be guest speaker at Greene( selections from all choirs D 4 Varicose Veins
the 11 axn service of the First We are delighted to have as and then Rev. Macon was Effective painless, ".".surgkal offlCo treatments at Uw coot-
Unitarian Church. 46 SW 29th near members .f our church the aitb pre.aented ,. lop time' Inc. ..
Rev. a very heavy purse. or Avoid surgery and hospitalIzatlon. Why
and Mrs. J. c. Thompson>
Road Sunday Sept 4. His
on Both Rev.
scan-D topic will be "Growth of Dania. They will be a wonderful Macon exprvMcd n their and sincere Mrs. wear truss Why sufftr. delay and get wires'
inspiration to u.a. as we took
Through Tragedy.
gratitude and promised even CONSULTATION FREE
forward tthe coming' 9
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Thimble Thought: Have year.faith better service In the future.COSMETICS Special medication. tr.atmtd'.ta' for arthritis neuritis, ulcer

in your own faith, and this will *, blood. procure sinus anemia lost vigor' chronic dt.ea...

Walter Hammond aeronatutical grow until you have completed .f men and women.
engineer of Santigo, Chile, will your task. M be not
lead the discussion at the Daba'l but believing (Jn. 28.21.Wtblt"SS.l. AIM* DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General Health *."' .

Center. 137 NW llth ave., 8 pjn. Miami Times NewspaperCall IMS 8.W. 1st St. FR S.274S REDUCING
Sunday. Sept. 4. A former mem- Church of Tb Open Doot j
ber of the British R gral" Air -
Force. Mr Hammond was commissioned : (Congregational) YUkon 3-56b1

by the government of R.v. H. C. McDowell pastor "HAM*
Chile to establish that c-xmtry's A.. K. serial reporter

Air Force lie was employed by Madam Fatima
the Chilean government for 24 Rev. McDowell gave us
hand information on the peopled
years until his recent retirement.He .
the Cong in his sermon last
and Mrs. Hammond
are now
vacationing in Miami Beach. Sunday from his experience BrownrilieImprovement Indian ReaderAdviserHere

Mr Hamm nd's subject will be working with the Africans as a Ast'n

").Ian', Place in History Every missionary.Sunday, .
For the First Time in This Area
one is.. cordially invited t*> attend will be our regular
2741 N.W.
Communion services and 49th SLR..ular
this .
meeting.SPIRITUAL and Numbers
t* new members. Lucky Days Lucky

Friends and visitors are always meeting 1st and I
BAPTIST See this divine healer of all times
welcome at our 11 am. 3rd Monday nifhU of aaalirnoath. Tat ,

10250 SW 176ttt St service in the auditorium of the Membership drfr : the can heal you by prayer. s.. her to

Rev. Ernest Hutchison: pastor Seventh Day Adventist School, All er day., tomorrow may be too late., There to
now residents
on. of
NW 5th at. and 25th ave.
Next Sunday we will be pleased Brownsville invited to join DO pity for thOM knowing there's help

to have u our guest speaker MT. TABORThe on earth but don't meek it. Are you tick, unhappy,

for the morning service Miss Neal Adams, Prea. disgusted with life? Everything you do teems to fo
Hilda Sands wh u a missionary mctnbersfeip of the Mt W. C. Bawl ...' then thla
) wrong ... gifted lady.
student at the American Baptist Tabs Bot Theological Seminary ,n Nash diligently to reach their goal What you lee with your eyes your heart must believe

vile Tenn Miss Sands recently for the W
from returned to the United States variety of activities are being five away a free lucky charm. She has just returned
Point Abaco. &!n- carried on by the Ten Wile
mas where she spent a part ol Virgins and candlesticks along SEE THE SOUTH'S from a triumph trip in India. She guarantees to remove -

her vacation. with the church membership and LEADING COLORED all bad luck, and evil influence. For more information -
She u the daughter << the Rev. friends.
call MU 8-914
and Mrs. Sands of Sandy Point The Virgin, 'candlestick and PSYCHIC READER .

Abaco.' Her mother accompanied member making the largest fl. 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE
Her to the U. S. nancial contribution t-ward 'heWomen's
For night service the pastor. Day fundwill be Listen to Futureacope over WMBM

wh has now returned from Nassau crowned during the evening ser
and Hatchet Bay Eleuthera,

where he spent a refreshing vacation vice.The youth of the church are

will be the night speaker working under the auspice:. of

MT. HLKMOM A. M. 1:. Angelina Mrs. Ethel Pinkney Wllkertop in planning and Mrs a LE BELLE'S MESSAGE WILL HELP YOU I

Rev S utu-i (Ja,. p ior
During the program the ycuthhaving
Sunday School -__..-... tJI; made the largest financial
Morning worimp ......_._..... lt.v contribution will be ciownci:
Evening worship .... .. 1e>t as MMiss or Mr. Mt Tabor"Don't Let hw )'..... ef as,.$.... Boldd. Le8elleI
Publicity Comm1t\H and pretect 7.e uwe.L I lilt Itisu
forget t.> include (n y na a Ug..u...... nslb the tltay I.
It one would be contented in schedule to worship at the Mt a .,,.. F w ...... !. b.ela.r
life, he must tint seek the source Tabor Baptist Church during a.i and lov. TIE LUCKY LADY
<< absolute contentment or at least one of be services
In this struggle for human decency during Women's Day activities CONtUtT HIIVOONT If y" are e trconvo with trouble and conditions
should not only Sept. 24. STAY IN THE RUT. QET that are < ot natural, silt can r'moth,,,,: over
our aims OUT NOW. BY THE Hit Of Ce>m. Sr :.lb: Bad Luck and Evil InHuenccs. She
be to gain prestige for ourselves GOD &HE CAN reunite* the
YOU. separated and
uf MT. you to gain the
but t> let there be a spreading one ye. lav.: Ar y +u lick -*
m troubUT Is
\he spiritual value that should Rev. E. M. Thomas' pastorPhyllis Or1k. heuria relating in trouble ? acme
is y 'ur bu. "'" or work bad
oe found in every man. That feeling Myers reporter aim. S p.m.y Ar. you tro Btcd' \ 'u", !Ixt r4tbrer Why not eon.

of complacence will surelyours be Sunday School ...... ........ 0: There 0 .... M suit' this lady that -*. barr t.. help yon ih,3Jflh the
that Spirit
Mhene be
we can sure
Morning Worship ..._ 11:00 r ...
is Visit L. ,
our cause Just. B.T.U. ................................. S.:00 B.s.-.t her uplalft your drum advice you to make
No invitation can surpass that, Evening Worship .._.._ 1.:Oe s-s the hit you have 'ions "u"teeU She wilt give you" the trui "' ...
that Jesus gave when lie said: sap. that Ie ''ottod to yo" brlnflln8UCK.'
10 ass. HAPPINESS and
Come unto me aU ye that labor Sunday mining the pastor SUCCESS and toll you" hew h follow them. L. Btll. gives' ,..
and are heavy laden and I wgive brou.cht1J a wonderful message DAILY ulta In Just ono visit Satisfaction 0uarantt

you rest which was enjoyed by all Aga.nSunday CAUSE YOU
When we can combine our night another iasfiirmgmessage READING -MAKE AND HANDLE MONEY
songs our prayers was enjoyed.tlhoee .
as one and ocrraU all of i Our sick and shut-ins are Sis.Ozie ,t.oo UP Price Within' Roach for. of All NO One In TrO ti... Turned Away
Readings '
who would have a sense of spiritual i Hooks and Deacon Joans:on. Whit and Colortd-Closed Wednesday
U V..,* R.,.....w .
value. Then will we accomplish We are praying for you to havea DON'T MISTAKE ADDRESS

our goal. The real satisfaction speedy recover' ,. MADAME 1341 N.W.
is L> know that God ha 20th Street

always won the battle for justice. ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. HUNTER OPPOSITE CITY INCINERATOR
Rev. R. H. Johnson putol'C1.1e 1657 N.W. 73rd St. BUMS 21 .u.s.n within 2 block
*-But No.
Registration Now Going on Swats 2J stop at door
*. reporter MIAUI.! ttJLO No Mall Answered
At Jackson's I Todd Inn Sunday School _._..M..__ 0:30 Hours: Dally and Sunday 7 ...... to S p.m.-Ci0: d
Morning Worship r 11A6: ..t wffto-Call .. gage LUcnwd by City, Stall, wtentadaywdP
NE 4-4308 A. C. E. League .............. 6900 County

Evening Worship ,............ 7.00

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Collegiate Breakfast Those in attendance Included
Betty L Johnson Barbara

On Saturday morning, August Squires, Patricia Worthy, Carol
Ann Johiucn, Barbara Ccspoer,
27 a group of college students .
were guests at a breakfast at the Betty McCn,. Alena Mae Martin.
home of Mrs. Mamie Montgom Paulette E Davis. Mary Nesbttt.
cry 1760 NW 50th st. Enrique Richards Henry Young;
The Philos affiliate of Sigma Charles Sands Adam Johnson.
Gamma Rho Sorority extendedthis Edward Blocfcer and Anthony
c:urtesy which proved a
rII boon to these vacationing youngsters Mesdamea Participating Phllo Included
Marie Price Ethel
excited Blocker, E. O. Saunders. Marie
The appeared
group Taylor Rosa
and very anxious to get to their Burney. Mamie
Montgomery and Mattie
respective schools. They enjoyed
president of the '
exchanging Ideas and information group.
and each: made interesting Mrs Sigma Allene representatives V. were
Taylor Miss
comment regarding college' life. Mabel 1 D. Barlow and Mrs. Hazel
Each guest received a souvenirand
Grant baslleus of the local
a gift as a send-off. chapter.
Mrs Allene V Taylor asked
the blessing and acted as hostess

receptionist and Patricia Worthy served as Drive Carefully

for the new shape of things .

T f ash ionLakes

Do Catholics Father n bert tK-grandls U i i"WASH'nWEAR"
Why .,.
,1 i shown pr<.r.ng: to distribute ings
Cominun.on to uie congregationat .
Holy Redeemer Catholic
II Church The Mass s the renewal
Go to Mass Every ..rhf' last Supper when Chrkt
I I told ha Apogee! to ""Dq this in
commemoration of me." Fell ,.,'.
ant the cmmand of f'NI. Catho-
Sunday ? i Ilea receive Cam fre- BRA
f qUflltiy. S fM Cstltabes attend
daily Maw
and Cummunio, .
By Father Retort OraMle H.ly ftrteamer Cathelte' CNerli Both figure beauty and
--- new-found freedom are yours a
There is a Third Command. will have to account to their "Wash'Wear" a I',
went -which says': "Remember Maker f.r their lack of generosity JOIN with Wing bra.Cotton fabric shuns
thcu keep" holy the Sabbath Day." I Meanwhile all Catholic are plume with ease drip drle
This command of God l* the answer bound to give their heart and
to Sunday Max f< Catholic time to God every Sunday by attending In a brHIe.Always ready
*. The Catholic Church has the Holy Sacrifice of the to wear...and little or no Ironic
made n:<<;fk and definite thetype I Mate It makes sense. doen't its STO.OAT necessary.Crisa-cro shoulder
of wtr hif> we are to render trap feature for better
to God U the did not tell IM A Battle of SongsA aeparaUonandfumastexUnd
to attend Sunday MM, we w aid for firm and comfortable co troLSPECIAL
be putting off our obUgatfen each
Battle of S::na will be held f
week :: "I will do It next '
saying White only
at Union Grove baptist Church
week, not today" We are all $ A.o
8970 NW 18th ave Monday In A-B-C cup*.
tempted to put off till another . .
Sept 5. 8 pjn. between' the JeruSalem .1. 11 T I
time what we should do today.
especially when 1t is a bit difficult Quintette and the National : TROUBLED LOVE
Sons of Thunder, sponsored by MONEY PROBLEMtr
E. G. Luckie and S. Jenkins.
II! Solution available Is.structlens .
God is the Matter of societv help. tf
and a debt of gratitude U owed follawad. strictly per THIS WEEK ATSANDS
bim by all the members --f s "
[Ckty CatboUe attend the ao-j THE "DfL"Is JOHN WAMSTEKER
f&unity worship every Sunday
stay their deft to the Lord Coming to Miami! D.pt. tf .
B* 10, Ottary, Cape, i. Africa
fiWe society depend totally upti Gad Watch The Times : I . t 1132 N.W. 3rd Ave. PL 36183src

(tot existence Therefore, weBanat .
our ...
w.' sow -; -W. .
try to mke some return to I '1:.. .....\6..t..I-s......_ ..Lr.-: ......"''3"'... *.a.6"C: (: '& ......tt----_ _9tt
,|Qed for His gtft to IM We at.
Itempt to jay some of our debt to

LSunday.: Cod by. going to Mat every AN OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIMETO

. dot b> bread 81! oe doe man OWN YOUR OWN HOME
..'1he We are Jiiriuial creature
.aad our soul, long and crave fur
happiness God it perfect UIf'Pi.

are loess umted and when to ....we. then Aed our Him eula and DO YOU OWN A LOT -- OR CAN YOU BUY A LOT ?

I experience peace We attend t
[Sunday Ma** a that we might If we can move this fine house on your lot
[be un.ted to God Peace of mad 'o'r I
and soul) is acquired only b> low ,

'[Ing God and keeping His iars '. .. ...1.. .... .. I'_ I.t" ,:'!
Life u only a time of testing. .
After a taw yean, we will die : ..t FEATURES!
G d Then He
and be judged by
wJ ask us how we lived and ... t. 3-bedVooms, tile bath,
These houses -
are now
haw we kept the Ten Commandments -
We cannot aspect the law t
jalousies, gravel roof,
in the
of God and kt'4lp His Can.maM- path of the Ex
menu unless re frequently attend natural
I and will be I tile floors,
church so that "* mijfet presaway
know m re about Him wood kitchen, large
moved and completely ,
There are 168 hour in the

week Sure.y we Q8 rave one of I remodeled before being utility room, painted
these to God Yet there are 100mI'
people who would rather spend sold. inside and out, new
hat ixr aleeptng than give ito ; .
God in worship Same day they ; "r1 condition, built in 1959
I .
: .. :
... .. .f.lt
I .

Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath i

and garage, oak floors, tila Or another similar, practically new house
roof, buil.-in electric kitchen I

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We Build No Money Total/ Price; $6,650 Convention/; / financingCALL


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Good for 2 units

Cash paid for lot homes

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Leaned Builder Insured .
1 somaKsaacsI .Jat!


Nat'l Baptists List Issues

for Philadelphia Meeting

to PitTLADELPinA (ANP) with all of the new African
Though the oraCaifn for president states. This is an opportunity anda
? me has captured the interest of challenge to the genius! and cre-
the public delegates to the 80th ative ability of the American
session of the National Baptist Negro.
= Convention, USA. Inc, which 4. We must help the trustees

opens here &* 6 were remind and the president of the American
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH ed this week that there are other Baptist Theological Seminaryto

important issues the and finance that
on Agenda.In support institution.
an official call to delegate
W. J. Macon pastor Dr. J. II. Jackson of 5. The Baptist schools in our
PACE' SEPTEMBER 2 1960 Chicago
,IO SATURDAY Sara E. McRae, secretaryOur president cf the 5.000.000 mem- respective slates should be the

i pastor and wife Sis. ber religious body, outlined eight bJed of our concern and dev

Emma Macon were well pleased matters which the convention will tion.
Culmer Elected to HOLY REDEEMER at the cooperation of the members be called upon to consider. 6. We should complete our contribution

Masses: and friends on Sunday as They are u follows to our existing sch iar-

Church Union Sunday..,................ 7 & 10 a.m. we celebrated the 10th anniversary 1. Shall we send missionaries: ship that is now in operation at
The Ven. John E. Culmer, rector Daily 8 ajn. vf Rev. Macon. to the Congo from which Roosevelt University in Chicago.
Morning service conductedby many 7. We must d. all within our
of St Agnes EpLcc pal Church BaptismBy was WhIte missionaries have been
and Archdeacon for Negro Work appointment Rev. Major Greene of First evacuated? power to help develop our Re-

in the Diocese of South n:rid&, Novena Services Baptist with music being tendered 2. In order to implement cur tfenement Fund on which we

was recently Informed that he Wednesday night ..._._ 7:30 tun. : by b-th choirs and the decision of last year, we should have made a noble beginning.
8. It is not time to make
sermon delivered by Rev T. R. a venture
has been' elected to membership Convert instructions by appoint send a Commission to Liberia to
Harrison of Mt in the matter of creating an
the American negtiate
the Council of the
on ment. purchase of a large -
Educati nal Foundation
Church Union, an affiliate c International Church Union. Fr. 0-2368. The evening services at 1 venture.

Culmer thus becomes the first o'clock were in the hands of Rev. 3. The National Baptist Convention

Negro Priest to be elected to that GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Mason and his congregation .< should seek and And some
high church union. Hialeah. Dinner was served In way of n.n-political I fellowship I Advertise! It Pays!
HeY William f. Savoy pastor the church annex.

FIRST UNITARIANThe 14th Avt. and K9tn Street At 730 pm. the choirs being --

Sunday Scflool ... ...... _.... rJW led by the junior choir assembled
Rev. Walter C. Jolly, minister Morning Service ................ 11:00 to the tune of "God of Our RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
of the Fort Lauderdale Unitarian Westminster Fellowship. __ 6.04: Fathers" Sermonette by Rev. Rectal Diseases
will be speaker at 9 Varicose Veins
guest Greene' selections from all choirs *
the 11 am service of the First We are delighted to have as and then Rev. Macon was presented Effective, painless non.surglcal attics treatments at low cost-
nor members ,, our church the
Unitarian Church. 46 SW 29th
uitb a very heavy purse. no loa time or Income. Avoid surgery and hosprtallzatlon. Why
Rev. and Mrs J. C. Thompson
Road on Sunday, Sept 4. His Both Rev.
sermon topic will be "Growth of Dania. They will be a wonder Macon expressed: Mac n their and sincere Mrs. wear truss? Why suffer delay and get wore'
ful inspiration to us look
as we
Through gratitude and promised even CONSULTATION FREE
forward t> the coming year. 9
BAHA'l ASSEMBLY Thimble Thought Have faith better service in the futureCOSMETICS Special l | medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis., ulcer

in your own faith, and this will *, blood pressure, sinus, anemia, loot vigor chronic disease
Walter Hammond aeronatuUcal: grow until you have completedyOU of men and Mrs-men.
engineer of Santigo Chile will task. M be not faithless i
lead the discussion, at the Baha'i but believing (Jn. 2fc27: .," AIM* DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General Health' Service

Center. 137 NW 11th ave., 8 p.m'i Miami Times NewspaperCall IMS '.W. lit S\-, FR L274S RIDUCINGMadam
Sunday. Sept. 4. A former member Church of The Open Door
of the British Royal Air
Force. Mr Hammond was commissioned (Congregational YUkon 3561HAXDH
by the government of Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor "
Chile to establish that o mtry's A. B. UcNeal. reporter

Air Force He wu employed by Jt1.o:::::::.' cxiti. yry0 FatimaIndian
Rev. McDuweU
the Chilean government for 24years
information on the peopleof
until his recent retirement.
the Cong In his sermon last
He and Mrs. Hammond are now
vacationing in Miami Beach from his experienceworking BrowntrilleImprorment Reader- dviserHere

Mr Ilaminnd's:: subject mill be with. the Africans as a ASA'B
"!of an', Place in m 1s.! !
History" Everyone
For the First Time in This Area
is cordially invited ta: attend Sunday will be our regular
Communion services and rrct-: N.W.49th St.
this .
meeting.SPIRITUAL Lucky Days and Lucky Number
Uon n
Friends and visitors are always Regular meetings lit and I. *
BAPTIST aj See this divine healer of all tim
,welcome at our 11 am. 3rd Monday nights of sash great h

10250 SW 176th St. service in the auditorium of the .MtK Membership drtrenow sine CAD heal you by prayer. Sea her toJday

Rev. Ernest Hutcheson, pastor Seventh Day Adventist School All residents QT tomorrow..,. be too late Thar Um
on. of
NW 5th st and 25th ave.
Next Sunday we will be pleased Brownsville invited to join \ pity for thOM knowing there' help

to have as our guest speaker MT.TABORTM oo earth but don't aek it. Are you tick unhappy,

for the morning service, Miss Neal Adam, Prea. disgusted with Ufa? Everything you do seems to ffowrong
Hilda Sands wh u a missionary membership of the Mt W. C. Bawl ...' then
) see gifted lady.
student at the American Baptist Tab.'!' Baptist; Church are working -
Theological Seminary m Nahvilie. diligently to I'NCbht'tr goal What you see with your eyes your heart must believe

Tenn Mies Sands recently for the Women's Day Drive.A With each reading she will

from returned U> the United States variety of activities are being give away a free lucky charm. She has just returned
Sandy Point
Bahamas carried on by the Ten Wise
utiere" she spent a part oi Virgin and candlesticks along SEE THE SOUTH'S from a triumph trip in India. She guarantees to remove

her vacation. with the church! membership and LEADING COLORED all bad luck, and evil influence. For more information *
She u the daughter << the Rev. friends.
call MU 8-9144.
and Mrs. Sands of Sandy Point The Virgin candlestick and PSYCHIC READERLet

Abaco.: Her mother accompanied: member making the largest financial 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUEListen
tar to the U. S. contribution toward 'he
For night service the pastor Women's Day fund uii) be te Futureecope over WMBM
wh:) has now returned from Nassau crowned." during. the evening ser flMsE .N
and Hatchet Bay Eleuthera,
where be spent a refreshing vacation vice.The youth of the church are
will be the night speaker. working under the auspice of R li"

Mrs. Ethel Wilkersop and Mrs LE BELLE'S
MT. HtKMON A. M. L.Rev Angelina Pmkney m planning a MESSAGE WILL HELP YOU I

Samurl 0.". paiur Y ith Program for the afteroun. GIFTED SPIRITUALIST PALMIST-PSYCHIC READERLeBee
Doting the program the youthhaving
Sunday Scfiooi .......__.._.. gat made the largest financial :
Morning wortmp .........._.... Uw contribution will be crownedas
Evening worsAtp ........... 1:01Publicity ").1iu or Mr. Mt Tabor" her )'.... ef ............ sjeUe.
Commute and pretect yee e.......ei life
Don't forget t- include in y.mr
aa a lighthouse guide tee ealee lea
If one would be contented: in schedule to worship at the Mt .."". Per assess le eeeJeeea
life, he must first seek the source Tabor Baptist Church during ,.> and love TIE LUCKY LADY
<< absolute contentmentIn or at least one of the servces
this struggle for human decency during Women's Day activitiesSept. CONSULT HEDON'T *-. If y J ar e rcofve with trouble and conditions
aims abould not only 24. STAY IN THE RUT. GET that ar* I at natural, aha can remove them: overcome -
our for ourselves OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OP Sr 'Ms. Bad Luck and Evil Influences.: 11w
be to gain prestige GOD SHE! CAN HELP* YOU. : reunite the
separated and
but t.> let there be a spreading of MT. CALVARY BAPTIST A causes you to gain the
one yea lows Ar .
you ieu :
n trouble* I
values that should 0"' some
the spiritual N.ur.
M. relatives ,in
Rev. E. Thomas pastor trouble ? it your busuneos or work bad
b* found in every man. That feeling Phyllis Myers reporter S .Me Spew.Thurso Are you tro pled! v. its :*t r tent Why not con.

of complacence will suretyours be- Sunday School ................ 9:4J I .... tef suit this lady that was bjrr U help<
yon th.3JBh the
be that Spirit
Mhene we can sure
..._ 11:00
our cause is just Morning Worship pratea Visit L. B"!........ her esplaln
B.T.U. i.--I.-.i., ----n.- ..uEvening l:00 t.t your dream advise you' to make
No invitation can surpass that Worship .._....._.-... ,:Ot seat the hit h/t uVJ long a"t'dl She will give you the true M"-
that Jesus gave when He said: tO
10 S auecilaa you" bringleg LUCK HAPPINESS
a.as. and
Come unto me all ye that labor Sunday meaning the pastor p.a. and toll you hew It follow them Le Belle.. gives
and are heavy laden and I will brought ua a wonderful message DAILY suite In just. one visit Satisfaction guaranteed.

give you rest which was enjoyed by all. Again CAUSE YOU
When we can combine our Sunday night another inspiring READING YOUR LUCKV!-MAKE AND HANDLE MONEY
songs, our prayers and our alma message was enjoyed. YOUR LUCKY NUMBERS
u one and ocrrall all of thoe Our sick and shut-ins are Sis.Oxi $1.00 UP Price Roadln0s Within" Roach for of All No One .In Trouble Turned Away
who would have a sense of spiritual White and Colored-Closed Wednesday
Hooks and Deacon Johns.'n. tt
Year IE.,....*..
value. Then will we accomplish We are praying for you to have DON'T MISTAKE ADDRESS
our goal. The real satisfaction a speedy recovery. .
is L> know that God has 20th Street

always won the battle for $ustice. ALLEN CHAPEL A. M. E. OPPOSITE CITY INCINERATOR
Rev Ft II. Johnson pester 1657 N.W. 73rd St Buses 21.14-25-37 within 2 cke-Bu.
Registration Now Coins oAt Cloe Sweeting reporter MIAMI, FLA. No| Mall Anawered No. 21 atop at door

Jackson's Toddle Inn Sunday School .,. ....... ... 1:30 Hour: Dally and Sunday- a.m to S
Morning Worship ,,-,,... 11:00 Dent write-Call to pares Lkanaad by City Subs p.m<-CioMd Wednesday
NE 4-4308 A. C E. League _.- 60 Cou..tyMIAMI

Evening Wership .......,....... 7:00 1

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':.., t

t Collegiate BreakfastOn Those In attendance Included'
v.g o q Betty L Johnson Barbara
Squires, Patricia Worthy Carol
Saturday morning August
rr 27 a grasp of college students Ann Johnscn, Barbara Ctfx>er,
Betty McCray. Alena Mae Martin
were guests at a breakfast at the
Paulette E
Davis Mary NesMtt.
hone of Mrs. Mamie Montgomery -
.' 1760 NW 50th st. Enrique Richards Henry Young
.. I I The Philos affiliate\ of Sigma Charles Sands Adam Johnson.
Edward Blocker and Anthony
Gamma Rho Sorority extendedthis
: c urtesy _'h1dproftd a Jones
jj Participating Philos Included
F boon. to these' vacationing youngsters Mesdames Marie Price. Ethel

L appeared excited Blocker E. O. Saunders Marie
Taylor Rosa fluency, Mamie
and very anxious to get to their Montgomery and Mattie Squires
schools. They enjoyed
respective president of the group.
exchanging Ideas and Information
Sigma representatives
V and each made Interesting Mrs. Allene V. Taylor were Miss
comments retarding college life. Mabel D. Barlow and Mrs. Hazel
Each guest received a axxnrenlr Lucas Grant, baslleus of the local .
and a gift as a send-off. chapter
Mrs. Allene V TaylT asked
1 the blessing and acted as hostess ---

I and Patricia Worthy served as Drive Carefully

for the new shape of things ,K

1 fashion \V T

Do CatholicsGo Father R bert Dcgrandis is takcs
Why shown yymg
I CommunIOn prrt ring to the to congregationat distribute .

Holy RMcemer Catholic
L Church The Mass s the renewal' -
to Mass Every 'I t the Last Supper when Christ
told hit Apostle to "Do this in "W ASH 'n WEAR"BRA
commemoration of me. roll .w-
I j ing the cmmand ol esu. CaWtoI -
Sunday ? lies receive Communion fre
quently. S me CathoLcs attend
'' daily MHI and Cummuakm.TODAY .
By Father Robert DeQrsfte'ta Hely' Redeemer Cathelle CheraJt Both figure beauty and .
new-found freedom are yours *
There is a Third Commandment will have to account' to their *lth Wings "Wa h'n Wear" a 5
which says: "Remember Maker f.c their lack of generosity. JOIN bra.Cotton fabric
plunge shunsd
thou keep holy the Sabbath Day. Meanwhile all Catholics are wrinkles with ease .
This command of God U the an- bound to give their heart andtne Always readyto
awn to Sunday Mass r.T Catholic to God every Sunday by attending In a breete.and little or no ironing
has the Holy Sacrifice of the wear.
*. The Catholic Church shoulder
made specific and definite the Mass It makes *enc, doesn't it* 1A0. necessary.Criss-cross
feature for better
type of worship wea rt' to render strap band
and full latex
to attend to God Sunday If she Mass did,not we tell wld us A Battle of SongsA separation for firm and comfortable control#'-

be putting oU our obligation each i
A of Songs: will be held
week saying:: "I will do it next White onlyInABCoap
at Union Grove Baptist Church !
week, not today" We are all I p0
6970 NW 18th Monday.Sept
tempted to put off till another t aw. the Jerusalem . .J 1 1
5. 8 pjn. between -
time what we should do today ,
Quintette and the National
J especially when it ia a bit difficult TROUBLED LOVIff
al Sons of Thunder sponsored br *f JNEY PR6BLIMSr
: E. G. Luckie and S. Jenkins. 111 help, SalvtUn available If In.struetUna -
God the! Master of society I
fallawed. ttrtetly SPECIAL
[and a debt of gratitude U owed --- a."I Ie
him by all the member c< ao-
THE uD'L"Coming
eXt Cathobes attcnetbe cora'snunity I JOHN WAM5TEKERD
worship every Sunday to II
I ,
Is Miami! SIBM
"Pay their det to the Lord ol
10, eth Bleats
society I Watch The Times Oc.a.P: : 1132 N.W. 3rd Ave. PL 3-6183
.We totally<< God . . .

fl oi' our depend exiatewee Therefore upti we ......... w........ ;............_.n._.___ __ ___ __ ____ __ __ __ _n_ --- --- --
IRQIt try to mke some return to ..-'L. ss3SS3KS3is&sss3EaBSAN :: _' ...----.s-------J.... ... -. .... 9..f.J.. U..=JwJ".fo_ --i'-...-.
I Qcd for His gift to aM. We at.
i tempt to i.y sane of our debt toN
= God by tAng to alias every OPPORTUNITY OF A LIFE TIMETO
"' ''' .
: ':'SUnda1'
" "Not' b> bread al ne does man OWN YOUR OWN HOME
lhWe are *,t ritual creatures
.aDd our souls, ], long and crave fur

iaappme are Deli united and** when God to ...we.M.perfect then ftad "our Him II..ouisexperience .sad- DO YOU OWN A LOT -- OR CAN YOU IUY A LOT ? ,

We attend
Sunday MaM peace* that we might If so, we can move this fine house on your lot

t* united to God Peace of mind ....... .. .
and soul{ is acquired aly by loving .. J
God and keeping His lama.LJe / '.' .....1.. ...., t',( t-- "'.

a only a time of t..tta C. '. .
After a few years we will lie ,$ FEATURES

_and be judged by G .d Then He "... t
w.J ask us how we lived and 1 3-bec&ooma: tile bath,
These houses
how we kept the Ten Commandments are now
We cannot respect the law t *-- jalousies, gravel roof*
of God and keep Mia Command- in the path of the Es-
frequently attend I tile floors natural
menu unless r ae ,
and will be
church so tat we milDt pressway
knew m re about I1+rn. J '' wood kitchen, large
moved and completely
There are 168 hour in the

week Surety Wv ca gve one of remodeled before being utility room, painted
these to God Yet there are some
people. who would rattier spend sold. inside and out, n s w
that tkr sleeping' than five it' ;
o God in worship Some day u.f1''' .Ii. .' 'I' condition, built in 1959
.. .
t .

Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath I

and garage, oak floors, tiU Or another similar, practically new house

roof buil.-in electric kitchen t

1426 Oven J.ft N.W.,...., -58th JI I.U40 Terr. '' No Down Payment.. $60 Per Month

152 CKarlM Ave. JI 2.4343i

We Build No Money i! Tofi// Price $6,650 Coiventionul, Financing


Lot 50 :x 110

Good$1,250 for 2 units EXPRESSWAY HOMES

Cash SEYMOUR paid for Jots BARON or home 601: .100th Terr. Phone PL 4-5212

LU.K4 ...n..., Inturaf



PACE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1960 DEATHS Rldgeway, Nursery at 5937 NW
22nd ave. Is now open, under
new management Mrs R.
Certain and Mrs. M. Cochran.
Qualified teachers hot meals and
CARDS-MEMORIALS Ransre transportation provided. Register -

your child norvr. Call NE
Frank; Gaines of 1427 NW 5-9228. OX 1-3434 cr NE 5-9829
25 In
streetUdled Aug.
CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS Jackson Hospital. Services were 510

I Tuesday at 2 In New
held pm.
family Strachan of the Sr late who George died: We. the family of the late H.pe: Baptist. Church, Her. J. E. Land O'Nod to
Stanley Of Burial in
Brown officiating. was
August 15 In Detroit, Mich and He is 6
to Paradise Memorial Garden. Open Sept.
was buried August 20, wish
kind friends who survived by his wife Maze, two
thank the
extended courtesies many and expressions brothers, Wyatt and Thomas anda The Barrett's Land O'Nod
of sympathies during our daughter, Mrs. Ada M. Rawls. Kindergarten 434 NW 21st at..
bereavement. Special thanks to will open for its fall and winter
the McFalls Funeral Home and l Jesse Jones, of 3018 NW 44th term on Tuesday, Sept 8. As
St. died 29 at Mt Sinai offer hot
Father Parker of St. Cjtrian's: Aug. usual, the school will
Episcopal Church.Mr. hospital. He was a native of meals, transportaticn, qualified
and Mrs. J. O. Strachin, Ocala. and bad lived In the Miami teachers. Renter your child
parent area for the past 20 years. now. For further Information
Irma C. Strachan. wife He is survived by his wife, Susie, call FR 3- 078. Mrs. Eloise B.

Janet Strachan, daughter an adopted son two sisters, and Kemp, supervisor.

George S. Strachan Jr., sjn --. .- one brother. Funeral arrangements
Rudolph Strachan, brother are Incomplete.Emitt Kindergarten
Wilson wifeof
Harriett Arline, sister Eunice Inez ,
Helen Stubbs, sister Love: A Wilson and miner Chatman of 2365 NW Juanlta'a Kindergarten now
f Peggie II I. Wilson of 4251 I 63rd at. died August 29 at Jacks FREE pick up and delivery -
IN MEMORIAMIn SW 2st It., died on August 13 at n Hospital. He was a native of open.and hot lunch served daily.
!_ 5:30: p.m. She is survived by two Alabama and had lived in Miami OX 12350. S10
loving memory of our dear nieces, two nephews, an aunt for the past seven years. Tne Phone
father. & and many ther relatives and body was sent to Pushmatasha,
friends. Ala, for final rites lie is survived NOTICEAnderson
The family wishes to thank the by four daughters, Mesdames -
F. Central Missionary Baptist Hattie Wilson Estella Kindergarten will
.-.urch. Rev E. J. Clark pastor Wilson, Clara Bell Long, and 'pen Sept 8 at 1239 NW lit at.
TILLIE FELDER and Mother E. J. Clark; Gethse- Rachel Evans five sons Lenn.n, Rates reasonable. Satisfaction
yA mane Missionary Baptist Church, T. J, L. V. Frat* and Emltt Jr. guaranteed.
of 2520 NW 162.d St 'A*> died; Rev I. S. Clark pastor and Sister and a sister, Mrs. Ollie Howard Carrie B. Andersen Prin.I .
en August 9 4n< New York City: I. S. Clark, and especially I I I I A. Buchanan Asst.
w.cre she a-as v itlnf wth; her Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Seymour Mrs. Josie Sampson of 2990

sons wash! to take thIs method of and family. NW 47th it, died Aug. 30 in the Beauty SalonWill
expressing our heartfelt gratitude emergency room in Jackson Hos

r. to the many friend and IN MEMORIAM pital. She came t> Miami 24 be open on Monday fer
nelchb'n. whose name are too years ago from Buena Vista Ga. children returning t> school. For
numerous to mention individually Service will be held Monday in appointments. Call OX 11062.(
: here for their kind and sympathetic .'. the First Baptist Church of 1508 NW 67th StWilton9
H'GUS deeds shown us duringour Brownsville, Rev. E. P. Brown
hour of bereavement Our officIating Burial will be in Nursery
special) thanks to Rev. Edward T Lincoln Cemetery. She is survived *

Graham( and the membership f by four axis, chattier, John,
Infants to 5 Hot meals
Mt Zion Baptist Church our George and day, and nine grandchildren
4.50 per week.' 2272 NW 58th
frIends New York the dear
in including Mrs Lillian
St NE 43759. 510
DON and the Cunningham Funeral Whitebead and Jim Sampson of
) Home of Ocla. and to the I Miami.

louse of Albert f r untiring ser- I I tft Drivers' License Now

vice.Mrs.. M. Jones. D:tt
-- -- Audrey House of Albert. .
CARTLEDGEwho Willie, Alfred and Eddie On SaleAt

departed this life September: James sons Miss Darlean B. Strickland of
5, 1053. Mr. and Mrs. WllbertT I437U NW 22nd ave. Opa Locks 2688 NW 62nd St. Be safe
May he real in peace and ever ( 'ell, parents .. died In Jackson Hospital August I not sorry. Liability auto insurance -
near us though unseen, the dear I %I. Her survivors include two financed. on l::w. monthly

immortal spirits tread: For the CARD OF THANKSThe sisters, Mesdames Ruth Smartof payments.
boundless universe Is life: Thereto I Opa lxka and Elva M GOODMAN'S REAL ESTATEOX

no death. family! of the late Strickland U Elberton, Ga.. an 1-0380
Ella Mae Coleman daughter MRS. MARION CLARKE 'I aunt, three nieces and three

Walter Blannle Cartledge, son who departed this life on Aug, nephews Services were conducted HOMES FOR SALEWe
Cartledge. son
R. C. 2, wish to take this method and I Thursday, Sept 1 at 330: pm
Cartledge, son thank the at St John Baptist Church, Rev.
opportunity t many
James Cartledge, son friends for their kind display ofaympat.h Tnedford Johnson pastor The pay you $$0 for materials
for Do-it-yourself
afforded them In their body was sent to Emberton after our Special.
IN MEMORIAMIn hour of,bereavement Your kind In sad: but loving m nry of I the services where" final files will Payment only $e6 a month T :4al
dear site and 16.900. Three
our daughter, be held. price bedrooms
loving memory of my dear deeds brought spiritual uplift to MRS IRENE PO1TIER screened porch all large rooms.
wife the entire family. SecUl thanksto who dqv1.edhlJ life August 8, Supreme Realty FR 1-5641.
Timothy James Paulk the
the Francis& Funeral Home of son
of Mrs., Mae Pearl Paulk of 2300
Miami and the Steven's Funeral
Gone but not forgotten
Home of Delray Beach for their May ah* rest in peace." Rutland St, Opa Locke" dead Open 1 to 5 p.m.N .

kind, courteous' and efficient ser Milton Poitier, husband on arrival at Magnolia Hcepitaj
Aug. 28. Graveside service W. 75th St. and 12th Ave.
vice. May Grd'. richest b4eina at
Mrs. Marie Curry, mother
be upon aU of you. 1.1..now; In Memorial: Cemetery Three beautiful homes. Florida
Gratefully were conducted at 10 ajn. Sept r ass wood floors tile roof
1. dining rams. All roms Urge andspad.us.
Rahmlnfs daughter
Anna Johnson sister Supreme Realty) FRI.U.
And Families Funeral service far Mrs. Elate The still born son of Mrs. Barbara .
Jackson ( f 376 NW 6th Terr Turner of 330 NW 20th( *t,

CARD OF THANKSThe were bold Thursday, St 1, 11 was laid to rest Aug. 30.
a.ro. from the chapel I with the 137th c urt who died suddenly at
sal was at Paradise Gardens. She Baby boy Green, stillborn to his home on Aug. 30 will be held
family of the late Rev. C. McClary otfciating. Bur- I Mr. and Mrs. Wti ..n Green of on Tuesday Sept. 6 at 2 p.m. at
JOILNN1E LEE CLEAVE is survived by two. sisters and. 1801 NW 2nd court on August the Moraine Star Baptist Churchin
takes this method of expressing other relative. 29, was laid to rest S f>t 2. Princetonwith Rev. W. H.
thanks and appreciate-n to the Faison officiating He Is. survivedby
many friends and neighbor who Service for Alvin Washington his wife, father ten children;
were so kind during the hour of of 2703 NW 47th st, were Francis ten grand children Intermentwill
bereavement Your prayers and I held Tuesday. Aug. 30( from the be in Paradise.
thoughtfulness went a long way chapel with the Rev. C. McClaryofficiating. Funeral services for Mrs.
in helping to ease the burden. Surviving are his. Olivia Smith 'of 20710 SW 137th Anc'e! Meadow of 1330 NW

The names were too numerousto mother Shelby. father Chester. court in Naranja, who died Au;. 2nd r urt apt. 14. died August
mention individually here. But I 27 in Homestead will be held on 30 flowing! a brief illness Mr.
DIANA PIDXER may God blew and keep aU of The body of'Keith Lester of Tuesday. Sept. 6 at 2 pjn at the MeaduA ha resided here for 20years
who departed this! life September you. Special thanks hoever South Dad Labor Camp was MStar Baptist Church inPrinceton Arrangement are incomplete
5, 1952. go to Canon Charles F. Cooperand shipped to Kings Tree S. C. with Kev. W 11. Fai- Survivors are his wife
Yes heaven is thy prize congregation of St Peter's Wednesday, Aug. 31 where final son officiating She is survived Theresa, two brothers a sister,
Oh Us not hard to gain African Orthodox Church. ntes will: be held. Survivors are by her husband, Ed; a sister one f.v. ch.,dren. 16 grand children.
He surely wins wh.tries.. mother, three sisters. brother 10 grand children, ten Interment in Lincoln
For hope can conquer pain. great grand children Interment

Yes Death heaven is wide the the prize door CARD OF THANKSThe will be conducted at Paradise Baby G s n J.nee, daughter of
And then the spirit flies Manker . Memorial cemetery Mnam J mess of 2312 NW 7th
family of the late. Lane, died Aug 29 in Jackson
To God for nennc n. William B.
JOHN Johnsen of 1411
WILLIS Funeral
MARSHALL services for Larry Hospital Arrangements
William Plndcr Sr. husband who parted n August 20 wishes NW 7Ut *U died August 29 atbis Clarence Smith of 20710 SW are incomplete -
And Family to thank the many friends and home. Mr. Johnson was employed -
neighbors for kindaew and sympathy by the City of Miami for
IN MEMORIAMIn during their hours: of bereavement 15 years. lie is survived by his r s
Special thanks and wife, Ethel a nephew, John

loving memory of my mother appreciation to Rev. Freeman Jones Funeral arrangements are

and grandmother Mr. Calloway, Mr. liar Id Fran- incomplete.
MRS. SILLA JONES da and hij staff of the Francis
who departed this life en September Funeral Home, who were to Baby Boy Scott f1731 NW
3, 1957. helpful when needed mast. May 4th ave.. no. OJ, died August 28. --1
Sunset and evening star God ever bless! and keep you all. in Jackson Hospital. She Is survived 11 *
And one called home to rest. Many thanks. by her mother Mrs Elease -.s.g $ QJ .
Sleep on any dear mother Mrs. Laura Mae Marshall Scott a father George. Services r n Mq -
Sleep on and take your ret wife were held Wednesday Aug. 31.

w. all love you Mrs. MatUe Mack, mother di L !
But Jesus loves' you best And a ht of relatives Little. Diane Wo of 975 NW10Wl
Mrs. Annette Walker st. Florida! City died Aug.
And Family 29 at Kendall Hospital She Uaurv
.vcd by mother Mrs. Betty
And Family usna:: : C AtlQtT Fna ta Cjrtor
Mrs Mattie William Woods a father, Lewis Charles
Mr. Afcno Jones and Family Advertise! It Pays I Services were held Sept. 1. UU KW l&& Avs.i* OX 17M)


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA a tlf i_ .an mUfm jug mKMHml mf vm mi mm wm rmjfmmfmMTym mf:




OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
t.I t. 1

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# TeD'em Gonttyw.r ...

Barbers WantedCharles FOR SALEFOR teII'em nerythlng .
Anderson owner of the r {
SALE: 3-bedroom. 2-bath f but not about
Whit Horse Barber Shop, 8412 F
home Large rooms. One bedroom
NW 15th ave- has openings for and bath with private entrance- your whiskey end
barbers f his shop in
master Income rental unit Adjoining
Liberty City Any interested barbers large vacant corner let Is your
can see him at the above address .
also available from same owner recent'yawarded ( '
Mrs Donna was
r call him at OX 1-9TTO. Ideal location In 1115 NW 74th
Instructor's Certificate '
St. Shown by appointmest only. after satfcfact rile and efficiently 4j'- itiwi ;.,
Phone PL 44370. the Teachers
live in Liberty City or Browns completing and I p bwsIMMm 1 1I
Course in wlf-lmprovement
ville area, we will repair on HOFFMAN Prastnf mach'ne In modeling Mrs Keel' received her
credit Pay wedtly. Free esti reasonable. Call
rood (condition training at the Pygmalion School
mates. All work guaranteed. Call FR 9-2343. Indf !in Cora) Cables. She is the first I \ ...rs Ill' EWER
NE 4-9258. Negro t tram in a White modelIng .. .....-
CORNER LOT In Washington! school the State. _.......
YOUNG LADY will baby sit for Park Subdivision. Lot 17 block in i -It II MIl

child at my Dial h'me OX Also 1-2009 waitress afterworking 14. 152nd rt. Call L. C. Taylor .......
experience. phone 334141. 3511 E Esborne BARBER
mothers. Leave your MASTER
awe, Tampa 10. Fal. S10
12 am PLUS -

FOR RENT Stock und fixtures Good location
Living quarters In same Good OpportunityFor A TOM Siwni KINO OF EOT I
ROOMS. For dean.nUhed taaatty ... bulldinr on Pembroke Road In
room can" Smtthlme aec-- Carver Rancher Rent of buHdnlv Right Person DAVID |ADD
lloura. .-.. w oa $10 per week 5410 Pembroke

1. IU. 1009H I1W Sad 11ft iftdl Road. West IMlrwood SID Pete's Barber Shop at

163 N.W. 14th Street
SMALL Efficiency Apt Private GAS STOVE almost n wr. four
bath and entrance, utilities. $15 burners gla< week, adults 5552 NW 9th an. 15th ave. OX 1-6377 nights. hK t

om house Quiet surroundings ClfTNA WARE and China closet. k J /
tn Opa Locka (Bundle Part Other houfehoM Items. You must S.
af'f'I' Denlrious of clean nice ere them Horn* all day Sunday
quiet' family For Information Sept *. 1620 NW 2nd ave.ITTS STARTS SUN. I
call NA 1-6654. Indl STARTS WEDNESDAY

Cheap" down payment SEPT. 11ALFRED i .. ....ter... -
FURNISHED apt. Adults only Only t20 per month One mort- -
775 NW 69th St. rare Swomne Realty Phone

ROOMS Weekly, day or night FR 1-5641 HITCHCOCK'S"PSYCHO" ;
5311 NW 3Wh place. Phone Nl BY OWNER 2-brdrtxwn hous<' iaTnN
3-23G S242BBDROOM and 1-bedro'vn rent] apt. mam
lot nouth of 54th st. C1 I
HOME. 2021 TfW WI 7-1731 Sll mnI1CE WooBw
52nd St Call" FR 4-6728 tor xp- .
-- -- --
Indl -
p intment LOTS FOR SALE Tony Curtis

LOVELY HOUSE for right famay -
AdulU. $25 per week or will i YOU MUST SEE IT
Build own home In the
wll like rent $100 down. NZ your FROM THE BEGINNING

S-S66. country. Lota 75 x 100-lrGoulds
NICE Little House. F ur room
Light new community, 2:40 5:00: 1:20. t:40:
and bath $16-50 per week'
and water furnbhed 2260 NW near shopping center. Good PLUS
64th It. Oar 361 E. 13th St.

Htaieah TU 8-6M3 buy. Cash or terms. MASTERS OF THE CONGO JUNGLE

Call MO 7-6660
rnrtn at 1835 NW 4th ave. Cal THE HOTTEST TROUBLE SPOT IN TilE
OX 1-MW for informall n Indl
LOOKING for a dean furnished New CBS Home
with bath and kitchen call) "
room "Murder Inc. }IC1 .Pr T1R 11 r
OX 14864. For Sale ..TT.rr. i

the bath Mary Drift
Three bedrooms
GENTLJaiAN. Nice, clean cool '
ro m Kitchen privileges $8 pet kitchen living room, dining PLUI"Carden
week BrowncviUc. NE 5- %43. room, Florida room utility of E. I" Ruth BrownWith

FURNTSHBD and unfurnished 1 room and carport. Lot 65 Gary Cooper

and 2 bedroom arrrtenots from 100. $13.990. $1,000 cash.
$16 per week 844 NW 70th St $98 nor month. -- Bill Sinegal' Band

(?*... R. Mii,?son AIR CONDITIONED
ROOM at 727 NW 101 R N W 7nt" St.
64th at PL 76672. AY t.IA.,4STnDJ CAPITOLTHEATRE

ROOM Private entrance, twin :' ono DF.ISTT
bed suitable f r two men!' 334+
NW glib at. apt. S. FR 14822. SAT MIDNITE ljff-
1190 N.W. 62nd St. SUN. MON.. TUES, WED.
1-BEDROOM APT. furnished 4 I. f7. .Y C
air condoned free utility. 1210 Good location for barbershop SEPT.
NW 77th Terr Private dwellingPh "TilE STORY OF
PL 7-7333 after 5:30: pin RUTH" H
$35 per week.A Starring Stuart Whitman
of The hills"With
VERY NICE ROOM for one of "Miracle
two men with private oath andpr.vate Phone JE 1.7587 Rtx Reason
entrance 5050 NW 9th .
ave Ph PL 15236.APARTMENTS Or I" the managtr of the - iLi I
olroom rent door -
now renting ,
some eh ice I-bedroom apart BUNCHESUNDAY
menu. 524 NW 22nd St. N e w.
Try ta. ONLY
building. FR 9-3576.
NICE ROOM in nice home. 1186 And
NW 56th St. See Mr. Jcne PHIL'SFOOD "The Mummy" LIBERTY

Furnished and unfurnished Take a Giant Step" CITY '

1 and 2 bedroom apart MONKEY OUSINISS Johnny Nash and

men. from $16 per week. Phone OX 1-9618 Five Branded Women SATURDAY SEPT. 10
Holiday Matinee 2 p.m.
Phone NA 1-6953 6968 N.W. 17th Ave Monday

844 N.W. 70th St. Miami, Florida. ...


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BETHUNE ELEMENTARY Dunbar Nursery New Orleans Hardships

Where'er You Walk" was the Since CORE members have
theme ci the devotional exercises Opens Tuesday been jailed for peacefully demanding
which welcomed the faculty+ of New Orleans A social worker I i I riages after going on welfare their rights as firs*
Bethune Elementary Monday Dunbar Day Nursery mill open placed: a desperate phone call rolls. class citizens rye decided to quit
morning Au*. 29, thus commencing en Sept. 6 for Its ninth year of to Washington seeking funds to Kerns said 80 percent of the buying my eggs In Shell's (In
our 196061( school term. service to the Miami Community. buy fod:: for hundreds of New 5.000 New Orleans children hit shells yes but in Shell's .
Registration was held Thursday Orleans Negroes purged from "Innocent chldren should not not)
Welcomed to the faculty were. S< the following persons ,wno. participated apace for an additional lim against "immorality. suffer f.r the sins c* their parents I have mentioned before that
on the program. Mr. Nathaniel ited number of pupils. All late J. Harvey Kerns was prepared he said racial segregation is a skin game
a graduate of Bethune- registrants are urged to make to take the plea for aid to the and new it turns Cofcman College who. will be application as early as possible. United Nations if his conference old Shell game! too. In the en"t.
working In the third grade; Mrs. For further Information pleise call with U. S. Secretary of J the! "yolk" (and the yoke), will
Ersyn Anders of Talladega College contact Mrs. Johnnie McMillan Health. Education and Welfare be on the segregated stores It Is
who will be serving as our director. Mr. Nelson L. Adams Arthur S. FTcmming doesn't pay wi'Y Coil CtmfartMtota a law of nature that when y'u
music consultant; Miss Barbara principal. 1 don't give people their rights
Howell Tuskegre Institute, physical off.Kerns, drector of the Greater you'll get left
education: and Elliott Sca-
veils who will be working in the New Orleans Urban League, said + I The boycott should CO1tE-rect
F. A. hundreds of Negro wtnen and this
fifth grade. BURROWSExpert WASHAKf segregated situation and
children have crowded his officeseeking bring to
every human being
Along with the welcome extended money for food and re.il. RUPTURE-EASER CORE-dial treatment in all bus.
by Principal Cogdell he I He said several fainted of buu- Incas places.
Segregatkn !is dying
further stated with great enthusiasm Watch Repairing ger in his office. ..$1wo tNpMal...... and the CORE corps will bury
and regret who had preciously Bills passed In the 1960 state SWIM, IA its corpse before long
worked at Bethune Elementary legislature under the tag ",e- Mro WAY IN m
will n:-t be with us because Hours: 9 to 2.4 to 9 regation legislation stopped and It is time to In-RE..ponte
of promotions received In to dependent children paymentsto $4.95 IJOKIIIDI unOI OUI&.I Justice for all and rectify' raCt'C'ODSClousnt"s. -
the local school system. Such All work guaranteed all children whose mothers that OORE-rigibe!
persons include Mrs. Verneka have had Illegitimate children or HARLEM DRUG CO. defectf humanity CORE is
Silva who will serve as cunv 1cr 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue have lived In ccnmon-law rnar- 1400 N.W. Ird Ave, Miami F I a. working for this goal and thru
at George Washington Carwr 'its efforts and the efforts of other
High School Isaac Meares who Justice seeking organizations
will serve In the capacity of we ii-ill soon see the overthrow
principal at the Frances Tucker of that despot racial segregation,
Elementary nchooL J and the CORE--natlcn of the
Oneness of Humanity.
The remainder of the week was .r
spent In making complete t operational -
) and instructional plans for Registration Now
the ensuing school year ad preparing Coins on
to meet our b-ys and girl At Jackson's Toddle Inn
on Tuesday of next week.It .
NE 4-4303
was also emphasized by Mr.
Cogdell that the cooperation cf
the entire Bethune family as necessary -
In order for this !Who')1| CAL'S
term to surpass the success ob J,
tained In previous year. BAR & GRILLENOW

Sincerest" wishes are extended SERVING
to the various schools in the BREAKFAST LUNCH
county for a most successful! AND
term and alas: congratulationsand
orchids in our newlywed: Popular Prices

Joann Barr Wilder Spence-Walker and Nellie 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.

Elliott &-anU.. reporter
W. C Cbgdell. .. .. ..
principal --- ....--- -

Pre.School.Information - -
Register NowRegister APTS. FOR RENT

your child now in Effltlenetee
Fairyland's Nursery and Kinder 1.Bedroom
girten. On-Campus
6600 NW 15th are Hot meals James E. Scott Community ConferencesDaytona
served" daily Free pick up and Association will open its doors to i Go to
delivery Ages from 3 months to children of pre-school age on Beach Mrs. MayolaHill I Rent Office
S years. Phone! OX 1-8832 or FR Tuesday Sept 6 at 7:30 am. The public relations secretary 4190 N.W. 32nd A...
4-4031. indf centers located In Liberty Immediate integration of list the following conference
Square Housing Project. 6306 Knoxville. Term.. White schoolsn THE BEST IN TOWN
meeting <<< n campus: Oct. 3-7.
Debbie's 'Playground NW 14th ave (rear) and James a fradc-a-year basis has been Florida Elementary School
E. Scott Homes. 7200 NW :22ndave. ordered by a federal Judge. Council; Oct. 67. National Education Save money
Nursery School and .. provide' a program of education Judge Robert L. Taylor approved Association Florida State
Kindergarten and recreation for children ) the plan submitted by Teachers" Association Leadership
2H to 6 years of age the school board and the first Gmferencr; Oat 2OC2, Florida
Mid-morning snack a balance grade is to be Integrated when Home Making Teachers Annual Chow Chow
t*Back sins to School Frustration ed lunch an afternoon snack and !Icl1-ot opens on August 31 An I State Conference; Oct 21, Florida -
Give August 22. a nl period are t Included !in the additional grade will be integrated Council of College Presidents
cation your child the best In edu ail day schedule. each year through the 12 of Institutions of Higher Education Puppies A.K.C.
and insured under fuidance. Hct meals Parents may register their grades ; Oct 22, Homecoming' ; Fla.
cluded. 4SOO transportation In- children at 1133 NW 66th *t. A similar proposal is in effect' A and M University vs, ethune- Excellent watch dog and] pet
Phone NW 24th court. Call PL 8-4791 fr further in In the schools of Nashville Cookman College, 230 pjn.

You NE 5-8452, NE 48315. formation. All colors-$50 and up
may also contact' Perry's

Florist 4-1205. f:r information at S24 FR News of Royal AN.LU CHOW KENNEL

Kindergarten Twenty ClubThe Your Health 5158 N.W. 32nd Ave.

toS' J yi AME Kindergarten. floral Twenty Women's
NW 65th st, will open Sapt Club of Coconut Grove held its
e. Register your child now. Hot regular meeting at the hfene of
meal and transportation furnish- Mrs. Alice Lucus of Grand A 1(1.. Is Priceless Beautiful Home on
N. call OX Coconut Grove
21-x2gF Your Lot
53 The meeting was highlighted
by the presentation of new and Your span of life ia no longer no finer no more
current business affairs by the 7t ah
STARKEY'SSalon president. economical. No more efficient system of medical care

Mrs. Myrtle Davis who' has has ever been devised, than that which you now enjoy t
of Beauty recently<"' returned to the! city ;
from a trip to New York ex.
3605 Grand Ave. plained to the group the purpose They all add up to the undeniable fact that Today' Preecrlp.
f this trip and shared with
Coconut Grove them her experiences .t&o... I io one of Ifs'. thriftiest purxh**** Compute Building Strvloao

Mrs. Ruby Dennard thankedthe
Specializing In hostess for the delicious refreshments PLANNING
which were enjoyedby o BUILDING
BEAUTY CARE the members and their guests. o FINANCING
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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA P&.41"4 > fJ 1 1 ,1 1 II lI..Il1.! II I
SATURDAY the murder of Ernest Johnson
SEPTEMBER 2, i960 PACE is on July IT. Isaac Johnson of

IN-AROUND THE IAHAMAS/ Lower Rogue was arrested and
charged with the crime on July
Patterson May Get Million 18. The victims' body was found
.y A. H. McKENZIE between Upper and Lower Bojrue.
The trial will be held at tile Oe-
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Bucks For Title DefenseNew NASSAU'S OLDEST 130 members present Court.
and several women led the attackon
The Venerable' John E. Cukner
"MOTHER" him. "teariof' off most of his
York (CXS) The clothes." A large crowd fathered, rector of St. Agnes, Miami paida
Floyd Patters' n-Ingemar Johansson HONOREDThe but the police Riot Squad reach brief visit to Nassau this week
heavyweight" championship Miami Swimmers ed in time to rescue Wright. and rtvistered as a guest at the
British Colonial hole He wasaccompanied
fight is being' held' up for several members of the Executive
reasons but the bigfest \.f them Place Second in Committee of the Bahamas fIn Dorothy Coakley and Miss by Mrs. Cukner.' the It
U for
is money. Patterson is about toget Br-therhood paid a surprise visit Eleanor Bethel graduates of the a pleasure
State MeetThe people of the Bahamas to welcome
$1.000.000 from Feature Friday to Mrs. Caroline Price W, Government' High Schort, returned -
their wh have made
sons >
Sports the Promoters H.rrcver' Nassau's oldest mother and pre- recently to Nassau, after creditable
it's rumored that Johansson Miami I Girls swimmn! tented her' a birthday rake' and completing their' teacher- such tthe orld.success in other
wants the' same thing and this is team motored up tn Jacksonville a freezer of Ice crearn training course at Thornbrldge1UI1 a ._
where" the battle begins. last week, and competed In the Training College at Ashford
Johansson knows that with-ut second annual Orange State' Recreation C H Reeves made the presentation near BoweweH. Derbyshire Eng Nathaniel (Tanny Symonette.
him there would be' no big mon Ass-elation Swim Meet and said that it was a land. They were" granted government 80. died at his tame in Mason's
ey.' And u much as he likes the which was held on Aurust 19 and treat Measure. as well as an hon scholarship. Addition at 330 ajn Mmda,.
green stuff, he's holding out despite and 20 at the Jefferson Street or for him and the other c''mmittee Mr. Symonette served as Customs
the fact he locked< so bad in Pool In the "Gateway' City." members to see Mrs. Priceon Constable 33 Armb art ter Is one << officer for 33 years and
the' 2nd the eve of her' 99th birthday retired two Funeral
,0.PIttenon Tea-n from the guy who believes in slicking to years ago.
south Florida and "to present TOO with Just a services will be held at St. Ajrnrs
rped the letter
some $800,000 area carried off first and wtilplace little of the law no matter
for his June 20 battle.' So that a honors In the' boys' divis! rmiebrance. I whom It hurts. On August 22 he Church on Friday at 4:30: pm
million bucks would be abut ion and first second and third -y u." salt Mr. Reeves, "have' arrested the father of his girl
right for his third go. How Fea puce victories In the' girls division done, In our opinion outstanding friend. Charles R tie for using Mrs EmQv Fernander of Er-
tune Sports will resolve this will services to your community !n obscene language and for refus nest St, died Sunday. Her' daugh'
be interesting. that you have' served the c m- ins to stop after Armbrister told tee Mrs Eva Lawrence ft; Miami
In the bo,.,' division the term munity nearly 7 0 years of your him to do so. Rolle was convicted !, arrived on Monday to attend -
WILDCATS NEED from West Palm Beach won the life M a midwife and nune" and remanded to custody for the funeral
state's champtonshlo. The Palm observation.Mrs. .
The committee Mr Reeve
Beach boys were followed ctwly! Florence Clarke of Eneas LaneSouth
RESERVES by the team from Ft Bishop W V Eneas the
; Lauderdale' died at the Princess Margaret -
Rev Charles Thomson and Julia Kerr. S9. died at her' '
In the Tomlinson Mills home on Eastern Road Au 1I00pltal on Sunday.
girls dhrlsl n Ft Lauderdale then sang a on <<
LACK DEPTH outdistanced thelead/ birthday a ng to Mrs. Price. 21. She was both blind and deaf r--
with Miami edging out a sHmsecond I Mrs Price .Is very active and for the patt six years but cared A week ago. Mrs D ceua Miller -
DAYTONA: BEACH Bethune place over" tsp.and-cement! os often She says her sight .U for her husband the' late' Israel and Annie Miller died. They' .
Cookman C Ilcge wont have 18 HaJlsnda'e' flne and adds with a touch of Kerr during his last illness were brought up'u girlhood
lettermen pride that Funeral services held at St friends They were married Just
returning this year Miami I girl who competed never once had she 'ft were
Coach Bunky Matthews states h and their remits tn use flprrtaeie for threading a Anne's Church' Fox Hill, where about the same time and they'
will have t depend on inexper eSharon Rnbinrn. 13: first are-In needle. her husband was sexton formany died Just about the same time.
ienced I freshmen tn key positions. the' intermediate division second Mrs Price k the wife of the years. Funeral services were conductedat
However, he states the Wildcats In the 30-yard free style. Intermediate late Jonathan Price, who died in She .It survived by a daughter the same time in the same
are well) thought of in the 19member division and second In- 1936 at the ae 'f 74 She live Mrs. ffthc! Cooper two grand- church and they were laid to
Southern Intercollegiate the 100-yard breast stroke' In the on Cut Shirley" Street with her sent, Milton and Alphonso rest side by side. They' lived as
Athletic Assoelaln same division. daughter Miss Edith PriceCheering Cooper, and two greatgrandchildren. friends to the end.
I Mrs. Docrus Miller' Is survived'
Mary Mrs Price on her
., Hylor. 13 third In the
SO-yard free style In the intermediate 9dth birthday WH her two by her children N. A. Miller
division, third In the 100 daughters. Mrs Beatrice IJ.t+It- Rn;mcnting the Bahamas in Stanley Miller and Mrs. Ceicstina.
yard breast stroke' and second in bourne and Bth; eigfct {rand. the Olympic Games in Rome are Dames all of Miami. They werepresent
the 100-yard butterfly children' and. 14treat grand- J. Brown. Itagh Dullard, Thomas to attend the funeralK

Joyrelyn' Gray. 11 third In ehlMren.--.Naa..u Guardian HubiMen and Coach Harold
4 the 30-yard free style' In the Junta :"Munninf S. MOM of K. S. Moses and
division second' In the 100- Sons, died Sunday night Mr.
4 yard free style', and second In the I Garth Wright a farmer prel- Chortle Joseph, a 35yearoldHaitian Moses came to the Bahamas from
50-yard butterfly dent of the Bahama Tramuwm wa killed Instantly on New Y'Ck more than 50 yearaago.
Betty Fleminfs" 10 first 1 In Acricultural Distributors an ti i August 19. when a pipe be was and started business on one
1 4 '. the 23-yard free style In the Allied W rkers Union was a!. loading on a truck on Bernard of the Out Islands on a "shoe
midget! dhrisi n. second in the 25 tacked and "roufncd-up at a K ad fell on his h dJkr.iJ string" Later he moved to Nassau
yard breast stroke and third i in meetingat the Lydia Club Hall as his business increased I He
the 23-yard butterfly on Cast St. Thursday nifht. Aug j Alhury of Harbor Island was one of the leading- merchants
Taneela Miles. 10 second 1 In >>. l* being held in connection with of the. Colony
the 23-ysrd free style In the I Wright is said to have refuted
midget division. I to give a financial rep rt to the

Special! 10 '.11. 'til; 4:30 p.m.
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Matthews continues by sayinghe YOUR CHILDREN FOR SCHOOL? line
d..s4it have enough reserve per
strength although he label his
starting tMIIIa real good cn." YOU CAN SELL During the evening enjoy our air conditioned lounge
lie anticipate a defensive weakness
through loss of the 2 top leBA VE FUN BOWLING"Join
men each at each guard and the
departure through graduation cf Avon CosmeticsIn A Bowling League Bring the kids
his beet tw. line backers, but he
thinks his offensive will be bet- ,
TM: .+F.

Jer.An eight game schedule faces your spare time and earn excellent :::** ,
the Wildcats with the 199 National -
College Champions FlorIda commission r .
A and M University as
Ham >eoming foes.
The schedule is as follows
S< there. Ar"
Sept 24 South Carolina

October: 1 Albany State I

CoI1o fe. home. FR 1.6408
Call Mrs Harris
Oet. 8 Maria Brown College
I there.
Oct 15 Benedic College,
Oct. 22. Florida A and M University -
(homecoming 2:30 pm.' )

Oet November 30 -5 Open.- Morris College:' Overtoil's Pressed Face Powder. .

home.Nov. 12 Open Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Co. ;, '
Nrv. 26 Allen University' I )
there. Chicago 9, Illinois \

at All Welch home- Stadium JFMM will Game be time played 8 I Is a sew and sms.tH r csm- t t; i. .' ........" .."-'. .. '.11:.' :.. 111

P-m except Homecoming. pact powder that will gtvs > y

your cempltilsn' a soft natural' ?
Racial Issue Causes |..k It's the powder ysu'va I
Reds To Drop Vols been SMrchlnt for. It is ..'.fltf. MIBOWLINGOpen

Cincinnati: : The Cincinnati "d with a crvamy funtfatUM'
Baseball Chub announced last that will net streak stays
week that It will terminate .:' on lonfftr than most loooe 24 hours

working agreement with Nashville powder and the ns>splll

Southern on Dec.Associate 15 n because does not the! compact keeps yur ,..,... 1900 N. W. 75th St.

allow N *ro players on the teams' nut}

made Gafee the Paul announcement general manarer The At your favsrtts cs.m. .tl. Only Ifo (phil gas) PL 15951MIAMI

Reds have had a working a freemen counts .,. w rlt.: MIror"Co"p.d-11.10
I' (plus' tax)
? with the Nashville Volt
since S"". I -

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!' 5815 N.W. 12th Ave. *..*. WE ALSO CONTRACT

6t166t1O Licensed and Insured
ty -- Colors Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation

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Star Light: Lodge No. 542 The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

8 meets o'clock Friday at the night Masonic Sept.Temple 2' at 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

en Pembroke Road. All members The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
are asked to be present Clarence BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt
Johnson. WM4 Hiram Ash sec GET YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPUESliEREBinders
retary. GIFTS $50 Per Space
35c to 1.69 .
Cologne 1.00 2.50
The CW1I Fire Departmentwill Fountain Pent .... lie 1.00 ; Tuttty Lotion _. 1.00 1.50 There Are no Lots Cheaper In
not meet' until Monday Sept King's Men's Lotion 1.00
12 at 8:30 pm. All members are Ball Point Pens 100. 1.9S Vitamin's, Candy for Southern Florida

asked to be present Walter ...... .,. .., .. Children _...... 1.49 up
DUtch president; C. K. Hardy. Filler* ? So 250 EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
4 ",rg,,, Lotion 97e 1.00

secretary. I OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS A.M. to 10 P.M. I 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4-8242

C. K. Hardy of West Hollyword JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
left fur New York last week oa: 1
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You are Invited to attend the
nlfhtly services cl eighth annual Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
assembly of the st. Adorkor'sAfrican
Universal Church 2336 A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY -
SW 48th ave. West Hollywood,, .
from August 30 to Sept 4.
I r ,. '"
"' 'fIWI /\....;
All of Broward County schools ..
will open for the fall term on .
Sept. 6. Carver Ranches Elementary H
had registration August 31
and Sept. 1 for children entering .
school for the first time Mrs.
Susie Daniels principal. + Y .

.* U 4 H HThis

Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

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M "AREA. ONLY $2,000 DOWN. OPEN SUNDAY. SEE 1030 N.W. 55th St.

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(Custom built hornet. Gorgeous 5-bedrooms 2 baths CBS. Brown

The president and founder of I Opa Locka. Pick your lot, color : Sub. Good for rooming house. 2 houses on 1 lot. For a good

the announcing Ushers the Union approaching Association 28th is I Deposit will start to build. Own Nice block, priced far below appraised buy this U it. See 1045 N.W.

anniversary celebration. David home. 3-bedroom CBS. : 55th Terr. Live in one, rent the
Hudson, head of the .'-rganliation your own value. Painted inside
sends out an invitation to all : other. Close to schools and buses,
All large rooms, carport screened and outside. Total price $11,500One
members and the general! pub- : city water, furnished.
He to celebrate with the union
Sunday, Sept 18 3 pjn. when Florida' room, oren and range mortgage, $1,500 down : $795 Down
the anniversary will beheld.
Activities will program be held at $995 Down $90 month. : ..... n H
Mt Zion Baptist Church N. W.
3rd Ave. and tth St. Rev. E. T. :I
Graham, pastor. $395 Down
AU officers and ORCHARD
members of
the both CBS Small, cute house for couple or
association Juniors \D41 bedroom homes. NoW
senkts, are urged to be proper- 2-bedroom CBS. TI!. roof. pose widow. Partly furnished. Only
ly regaled and on time the short completing. Only .
program to be held will be highlighted to N.W. 54th St.and N.W. 17th $6,500. $60 month. Move rightin.
by a sermon to N $795 DownOne
preached by Rev. l!:. T. Graham Ave. One FHA mortgage. $87.91 .
at Mt Zion where the activities mortgage $88 month. No j
will be held. A special invitation month.
,. is extended to all pastors and closing oat..
members of all churches in the
Greater Miami area to come and $1,500 Down J LIBERTY CITY AREA
help in the celebration.
: ONLY $495 DOWN

Attention all Vets 2-bedroom CBS home. $1,500 : Clean 2-bedroom home. Carport.
200 x 170 f t. Can be 6 duplex : Close to bus. One mortgage. No

t of Richmond Heigths down $70 month. Only 'one lots. BUI A U2A Can build : closing costs. See 1923 N.W.

William Henry Bethel Post mortgage. No closing coats. New stores units, churches, markets. : 58th St.Liberty.
No. :a. American Legion Is callIng -
all veterans in the Richmond area. Close to N.W. 17th Priced right Location, N.W. I
Heights to become New 3-bedroom
area Legionnaires : City -
54th St. Buses neat,
and help strengthen the and N.W. 24th Ave., N.W. 153rd St., N.W CBS. Nice.
community. A timely affair is :
large lot. Landscaped. A
held 154th $t
every Saturday night at
J either the renter or the home, price. $11,000 totaL $995 Down
for your enjoyment and entertainment -
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r Commander.cicotact Joseph Murray Stem-art.James Post Jr., SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET

or Edward Hanna Jr.

Chairman Murray James of publicity Jr. FAIR I REALTY PL 71645We

THOUGHT FOR THE: WEEK. are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including: SundaysList

The direction In which education your lot with us for quick cash sale. Beat prices paid.ItI
starts s man win determine hs!
future life Plato.


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