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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 10, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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More Miami Schools DesegregateSTUDENTS


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MIX RJ etta Pearson was ,o normal/ I, FULFORD ELEMENTARY treat her any different from.
ed over sch o) opening exeH.1 At lunchtime Rosetta shared a Meanu1' ile. Rmetta'4 sister anyone else" she said.
WITHOUT A half an hour late and cafeteria table with other child Barbara a fourth grade student After sen ol Barbara was seen'
HITCH bornwr 35 cent from ren. I had a normal day at Fulford chatting with other girls, apparently '
Lloyd Pierce after discoveringshe I MILES AWAY Elementary located 1.2 miles at ease "It% Just something
Token deeegregatlon at four had forg tten her lunch A seventh grader, Rosetta attended from the Pearson home. Other ordinary for her" said her
schools In Dade County came money. sixth grade at Brownsville Negro children In the N rth Miami mother Mrs. Doll Pearson.
very quietly on 153,3740stue "I was very pleased' with her Junior High last year Her normal I I Beach Negro district attended Desegregation also accomplished
enrolled a thumping and the other children" said her assignment this year would Bunche Park Elementary, with:.ut incident Tuesdayat
d.ntaln Its first day of operation. home room etcher, Mrs. Blossom have been Dorsey Junl r High more than four miles away in two Catholic schools in Miami.
Previously *U-white Fulford Bakerman. "She la a sweet eight miles from her home in I I I Opa Locka Three Negro' boys attended
Ekmentary and ft cub Miami and delightful young lady. The North Miami Beach The white I Barbara's teacher Joan CMr'.bc..wu Archbbhop Curley High and a .
Beach High accepted one Negro I wh le situation was definitely school Is only 14 miles frcm said readily accepted by girl went to Notre Dame Academy. .
student apiece without causing a i ripple In the opening day routine. her home. I| her claslinates. "They did not I .

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38TH YEAR NO. 3 MIAMI,-,FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 TEN NTS SIXTEEN PACES



Robinson Says "CORE Helps Youth Face Life"r I


"My children and your children
wont have to tight the same
battles we did that's why I.
support CORE" Jackie Robinson .
told a cheering crowd of
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UOO in Miami

Robinson spoke at a "Report to!
Miami" aponacred by COREY
Interracial Action Institute which
trained 30 leaders In non-violent .
direct action methods of ending]
discrimination

The Sit-ina have helped to)
make America a better country
for my children. I am impressed r
by the speed with which nonviolent -
direct action has achieved'
results all over the South. Lunch
counters have been opened' in 90
cities of 11 states But mrrt important M
I* the ne. dignity and ,
greater self reapuct which havq
come from the s1t.tns"

Robinson added "I have the
greatest admiration for the CORE
members who ch se to go to Jail!
-who spent ten day in jail t
rather than to accept ball Wend
thl, willingness to acceptsacrifice"


Oliver St Pee a White student # r" IF j

from New Orleans told the audience :

"If I am to lire with myself .
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I must oppose injustice I

must could be it a be member otherwise' CORE. How Gold Medals
Wilma/ Wins 3
Patricia Stephens<< who hadspent
49 days in Jail in Tallahatsee -
for sltting-in, said Ma.)
u a badge of honor when the society ROME W. m a Rudolph, won her third god: medal Thu+- men. 400-cneter relay team O: I
is still unjust" d ube: winner m Olympic sprints day by anchor Jig America's wo- victory 1
- Miss Rudofc/tt"" a lean ipevd<< dc .
mon from Clartuville. Tenn. ran
tM Inch r U g en the team computed

Florida Courl t Hears Ministers Appeal Tennessee entirely State of She runners staged from a

great finish to beat out the flying -
German JutU Heine. The
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DECISION DUE IN' U. S. tm was clocked In 44.5seconds.

2 WEEKS NAACP Mass Meeting Mba' Rudolph matched the

sprint performance f 19&6 by
The Florida Supreme C :urt at Austraiiali Betty Cuthtxrt but
Tallahassee heard the appeal was short of the four gold medals -
Tuesday of two prominent Miami) Thurs. 15The Yton by Holland* Fanny
minister sentenced' to tier Sept. BURkers-Koen in 148.
months in jail and fines of The jrood-lf t.F $1.200 each for contempt growing who couldn't even walk until J heWM
out of the Florida Legislature's, Dade County branches of eight yeah oW due to polio;
investigation of alleged Communist the NAACP will) h Id a mass is one of the t p avorita* in
infiltration in the meeting on Thursday night Sot. HOUSTON Rome *.ola i) aM M c nstantly
ization. organ IS at Mt. Zion Baptist Church "t..ftd by |*wu jr* hn. saeautJsebgrapli OI'ENS OFFICE Dr. Hyron
301 NW tth St at 8 p m. An outstanding FINALLY seekers.KaAhnme E. C Jrman, MD., announces theopening
The Rev. Theodore Gibson and program is being plan- / ut his office at 227Ciiunche
the Rrv Edward T. Graham are ned for all Miamians who wish INTEGRATES y' Park West Drive, Opa
the NAACP leaders involved '0 show by their present and H uston A 6-year-oW Negro GardrtM ISvtnenUryILffJL Luck Dr Coleman la a graduate
contribution: their faith andttmfidence boy began lUendisg- dzs&a Sdlf'J! Ttrui'-d.y .in the mien'spreviously of MrHarry Medical Colleg lnternsnip -
In agreeing' to hear the carve on in the Rev. Theodore at the previously affront largest segregated was done at the Community
its menu the decision n:w restssolely R Gibson and the Rev EdwardT 1 .....o, system General lUspital in
in the hands of the State -.. ----- .- e; Reading Pa. He
Graham ,i j k...*day echo! 1 authi was general
Supreme Court If an unfavorable practice ph>sician at the State
Because of Char courageous The mass meeting on Sept IS ate grati nut the
: decision is given then the Hovpital W menvWe, Pa. for
stand for refusing t. answer will acted until Mon-
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give everyone an opportunity
case will be taken to the Federal NAACP I one year Resident physician In
questions about membership 11IM.
to c Btrfeute in a very concrete : -
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Court
obstetrics and gynecology at the
lists, the Rev Theodore way by racing enough MeFarlaad said
Gibson, president' of the Miami the flac Day son of a Mercy-Douglas Hospital Philadelphia
The court gave each aide five money to pay given
pa. for two and
days t? file briefs After this branch of the NAACP and rec these "*1) men for their courageous entered thee resident years
physician In obstetrics
period the court will rule within torf Christ Episcopal Church, stand in the Bght for fre-- first child to and
) gynecology at the Kate B.
15 days with m more argumr&af and the Rev Edward Graham I d m There will never be a better br'al l Judge Ben
heard. purer of lit. Zion Church and a time for 11ft. Miami. community r,,. e.s-ear lnt. Rcyno&s llovital in WicutaaSaiexn -
HoC
for one year.He .
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former precedent of the association
The national officers of the to come forward in great ar'UU ,10.
NAACP in New York were sentenced on August numbers and give their money msuppog Youog Dy a d corUd: to the is married t> the former
that its future in Florida charged is 90 in Tallahassee to six months' of these ministers and fleet grade citMroom>> by hU father Viva S. Spearman of TaUah......
stake in the cult at imprisonment and fined $1,200 the fearless aMOciaU of whitthey and the director 'I elementary They have a daughter Viva. 4.
each (or *tx moe Y' further imprisonment are a part The time is Spin education for the Houston achoolsystem. Dr Cokcaan is the son of Mrs.
The NAACP called the case If &e fine U not Thursday night Sept IS at Dr Chariot"- NJO Beatrice D. Coleman and the Ia-.
the latest development in the forthcoming.) ,. ML Zion BapUrt Cfeurcfc Show '. lie.. one f 23 Negro children I Dr S. It Column of Deland .,..
state** prolonged attempt to Many MLuntaac have asked your faith to yorr leaders and who have aouglK to enroll in the I I III At the present time they are
wreck the NAACP by securing what they .ma do rigM: now to tt ettfsbuieen& 7ir i pref XT end II firM gra4 of the I1- ,OOO pupil raiding at 27 NW 32nd 3t,
its membership lists. letp: these eewge ""H U4 leaden. ye scfeeel district. j( MiaxaJL .




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SCEF Calls for Protest in 1





Sentencing of 2 Ministers ',


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NEW ORLEANS, La. The
Southern Conference Education a: MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
Fund called f r a nationwide
protest afainst the sentencing of PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960'
two Florida Ministers for protecting
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It also asked Gov LeRoy: C llins
of Florida to grant ,immediate Beauticians' Ball to
ardgr.J to the men
be Held Soon I This beautiful 3-bedroom CBS house, located at 7616NW
The Rev Tw'Id re R Gibson Mr.
12th ave., was recently purchased by and MM
and the Rev Edward T GrahamVTre _.- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mather
P. from
given six months In f a.. Eugene Thompson
and fined $1.29 in Circuit" Ort The Thompson qualified for an FIIA mortgage. Transaction -
at TalhhaMee. on Aug. 30. ThcY: handled by Tracy Shally of the Fair Really t o ,
bad been charged w.th contempt"
6200 NW 2nd Ave., PL 7-1645.
f r refusing to let a state tfl.t.'n *
committee' check the ..s' I i
bers in M.ax II
of NAACP nnn
I Table reservation may be male:
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where b tfi reside. Elois Foreman I nor by calling Jack Ccrb $<
hart of their Jail terms *as: F : Tickets for the affair may be PL ft-2339. Be sure of y ur delayed pending a hearing; en o btained at your favorite beauty'Ahjch br. ..casing i now.MIAMI _
motion to appeal to 'h<- F.orUaSurerne s.1OPS.' are assisting in the -
Court. A hcar.ng: on 't s Kces of (!:.J event A morecnpete TIMES ADS
m Lion to appeal ww" .ei r rSeptt. : : .st of ticket agenciesw DON'T COST THEY PAY
the Supreme! Court *t date
6 in J be oubLj/ted et a (rater

. Tallahee.The investiaatii com-nrttee I xI
had aM it wWd to check the
hunt for ...)'\'('wives t
lit in a
LEARN THE ART OF
Father Gibson. prendm of the
Miami ckr er. called *h_' COIn-

said ntttee's the crfe real: purpose"pot.A"LCh"f the the He BARBERING PROCESSING
I
NAACP.Mr.committee. i Is to destroy


Gr.Hm. former president
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Mrs. Marian Mudrow! chair- .
of the Miami NAACP refuted' 'o I "
man of Beauticians Unit No. 1 iI..
answer any queattona of the c tnmtttec. .n:
He weufci not even say he qs announces the f rthcorr.Ing" Beau. 4
befenfed to NAACP. H* and Fr 1: leans Ba.. which w.j be held e
Gibn took their vtand under at the beauUful new King O' 'I ,
the! First Amendment t the US, IV i_ Hearts Club. on Thursday even
ConstMuUon which guarantee Deputy Viola Hill, International ing. Sept 29 at 9 pm.
freedom of rellaon I- Queen of OES who was crvwn One of the ouUUn&ng event
speech. aKblr! and petition. rd queen in Boston, Mass, Aug. at this year's annual affair sill
SCEF seat- Governor Collins a 16, 1960, takes this method to be the parade of live modeU ctiI--
telegram urging an immediate' thank the Masonic Family and plying a preview of the Han
and unc atli\&OMl l pania" for tends f r the donation given me Style for 1JW1. Most (f Dad'
both ministers. It told Collins in this contest' that helped me j County's beauty<< Hopt'A"II be
The failing of men for refuting win the title of International represented with at least one .i
to become Ju4a* and inform- Queen. I their papular ..t1Unp.I .
era vfetates the Feral Principles I am graUful to all of you and I
r-u espouse" and should be Co God for blessing m* In this During the course of the r i MIAMI
repugnant to you. M' I evening there will. be two floor
ay.May : shows. presented by Phil Harris,
Friends of SCEF throughoutthe the c nscientkrus spirit of
South and the nation were Adah the devotion of Ruth the popular master of ceremonies,
urged to organize immediate 'pr beauty of Esther, the faithful- I who produces and directs the Barber
.
tests to the Governor An SCEF new of Martha and the dedication I much-talked about "Untouch CollegeFOR
memorandum said: This. is a of Ek-cta fill me 'with the : able*" revue, whtch. features the
grave situation which threaten wiftdom to reign as an Interna- I sensational new singing team H 1
the whole integration m vetnenl ti nal Queen of whom you wtU Sammy and Davev. the scxotlc: MEN AND WOMEN
in the South Those ministers are all be proud. Again I am grate- La Bommie. and the ink stylingiof
protecting the rights of cttiiew Xul. j the latest recording find. Mies..I
to belong to orgamxati ns working 195 N.W. 14th Street Ph. FR 7-3127
for better conditions.
"AddrcM protect to Ute Honr FRanklin 4.3269 MIAMI, FLORIDAApproved
able LeRoy Collins Exf't'UtiveotdansMn.
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Sept. Date ReminderSEPT. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Marks Kick-off I
1-3 National Technical I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 PACE :3.

Association, Inc, mflet-

of Phi Delta Inc Detroit, Mich. I 17 1 Am an Amarican
Kappas 3.4 Nat :oal Urban Day
League meeting N.Y. I
F. A. BURROWS
17.21 National Assoclatlon -
August 26th, a covered dish 3 Labor DayS of Real Estate
luncheon' marked the kick-off or Brokers Inc., meeting &pertWatch
Initial meeting of Alpha Delta An Open Letter United Community Cleveland Ohio.
Chapter, Phi Delta Kappa sorority Campaigns of America Repairing
at the beautiful home of Potice Chief Walter Iteadley
SOT'T Williams. Miami, Florida 6.11 Nattonaly Baptist
Emma
On this auspicious occasion an Dear Chief Headtey: Convention USA. Inc. Why be Out of Style? Hours 9 to 2 4 to 9

inspiring the program was clfered to I In the first of a series of -Philadelphia National Baptist Convent Let us convert jour doublt- All work guaranteed
chapter viracious
by our and
dynamic Bas Zeus Leila R. Williams articles! the Miami Herald September ) n of America, breasted suit to a single breasted
4, 1900, by Juanita narrow lapel. $"
New Orleans. up. .
who opened the meeting 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue
for discussion. Greene y u are reported as saying Your Smlllnc Tailors M7 NW
Whereupon each : 7.14 National Child 3rd Ave, Reuben Hepburn- Prop
point was carefully examined and "AS LONG AS YOU HAVE Safety Week. tndf
ad pted.
TWO NEGROES. YOU'LL FI DONE
As delegate J to the national
a .
SELLLNG THE OTHER ANtl1tnER.
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conclave In Fort Worth, Texas, ." T -" .
our basileus! returned with aw..alth
I profess no intimate know
of stimulating ideas and
edge, and volunteer no opinions
suggestions; many of which we on the intricasies accepted and ad pted In
our on the Miami Police Division r
program.The conclave was a memorable bouts B-girls etc. etc. I SPANK BRAND NEW
do submit that the above remark
occasion because of the warm and
cordial reception accorded the is a gratuitous insult to the Negro
race and unbecoming a responsible
members I the National SororIty
of Phi Delta Kappa by the public official. My con-
city officials, the several clubs cern goes deeper. I fear it betraysthe
sororities and fraternities of both type of contempt wards: Brown Sub Area
all which
Fort Worth and Dallas. Negroes too prevalent
affects basic attitude and gives'
For the past two years under
the dynamic and splendid leadership rise to a sort of unconsci' us
munity so that some folk can 1m-I
of Basileus Williams, our
ault others, flout claims (I
chatter has
experienced renewed -
sential justice, fundamental prin-
Interest and a fine spiritof
of American democracy an
cooperation' which has given clpVrs
.
new life to all our planned activities. tenets of Christianity.You
have indicted a whole race. ANNDELLAPARTMENTS
remark of the
the
Remember
Highest praise Is given to our
Edmund
,
British statesman
exeecutlve group and all memberTof
Alpha Delta Chapter, whose Burke, *1 do n-t:: know the
cooperative Interest and diligent method of drawing up an Indictment "
effort have enhanced the successof against a whole people.
our program bey.ad; our food Apparently there are those who I
evt exp< We therefore proudly present For g.od or ill destiny has I
a few of our noteworthy a< pHs amenta: high The day Is far avenl I
(a). A revival! of Interest and for a responsible public servant
re-dedication to service amongall to make such an Insulting and :
sera. scurrilous remark It should not
b. 9$ per cent increase in g> une alkA.ltd. We sincerely
m< Inspiring and c instructive thing still regrettable, that one ,
reports' from the national body might! do in an unthinking moment .
d. Increatd community cn- aad will readily withdraw
Mteusaess and .work: $100 contri Sincerely,
bution to YMCA Building Fund. Henry E. McDowell
e. Best of all. a moat satisfactory Church of the Open Door
cooperation of the entire' Bedroom
1
membership in all our efforts Apts. '
Alpha Delta chapter Is c-fn New WFEC Schedule
prism of dedicated civic-minded
semis who give unselfishly of EFFECTIVE JULY 12th
their time and talent to the we!. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY I
fare and wellbeing of others, and 530: am. 9.00: am.- : Smtll Building Homelike Atmosphere
our pr-tram for the year Includes Gospel Blind Boy
helpful project jn which tOO: to II ajn. -TP the DJ I
both adults and children may 11:00: am. 1 pined Cook
participate: We are here to serve. 1:00: to 2 p-m.-Gospel B. Boy t
CaH upon us. 5L-00 to 4 pjnEd Cook FREE Water FREE Gas
Myrtle Dullard reporter 4:00 too 7:15 p-nw-TJ the DJ
L. R. Williams, baiirui 5:15: 5:30 pnv Jim Reid News
SATURDAY
World Council of &:30 to f am-Sat Spirituals Rums
9-00: to 2 p.m.-Ed Cook Plenty Parking Spice Ire, Airy
Churches Condemns 20: to 7:15: p-m. TJ 1M DJ
9:15 to 3:30-JIm Reid Hen
Segregation

SUNDAY 12 noon NO DEPOSITSolfvenient
ST. 5:30 am. to
ANDREWS Scotland
Calloway
(ANT) The World Council of 12 to I pm.1ancbe
3:00 to 7:15 p.m.-Trame Jam
Churches,
through its central RADAR WEATHER
LATEST
committee, repeated last
week its
TIlE HOUR AND
conviction based that any on race form or of color segregation REPORTS HALF HOUR ON ALL DAY EVERYDAY locution Schools Buses", Stores

. i* c etrary to the gospels
*n is incompatible with the .
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with the nature of Uw church of THE "D'L"Is
Cfcrirt," the committee said. All This For Just

The council's stand on racial! Coming to Miami! i
discrimination was presented ai
part 'a special message to all: Watch The Times Per-Week
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Cat..e m* Krnn/l(Jw- ;-Mutter." %tiEiit 0,-1P27.-: at...* fV>M Offle. .
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tillNMJHO l'llis:' .., folioc. slut AiiK-rim run he 4 ar..t the world f-i-p .
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In'ttanll..I rare r+dnr nr .........1. \hie human and lrttl right (luting .. :
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Inn .""n. fmrltiK no HIMII-IH* Nt-crn lrr%. Mr1rr. to help rterj mm I 7
In the nnii hrllrf that all mrti air hurt a.. NMIJI a* ...'n.... l.. held : : __

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A friend U to be taken with his fault*--Portuguest :

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAGENTS __

TURN TRAITORSToo _Il

bad the United States has no necreU. This week 1 r

two young, trustees from the National Security Agency

turned their backs on this country carrying the U. S. Security cc "' .
wcrets to Mo cow where they will now become t e 1a ,

Russian agents in fact, they were probably spying for .
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Russia while drauintf I'nrle Sam's $110.000 a year salary :. 1 __
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The men not only defected but laid the United States oU!. -- L- -

Too bad. crowned "Miss Bronze Ohio" in a
Charlie Contreras.! popular Sir John cently

Investigations arc being made about these. two Hotel life guard (left) and Riro Saunders contact !fJOn6on'i.l| by the Ohio Sentinel.

agents, but that's routine, the horse Ls already out of the beat out a bongo, serenade tn lovely Man<* Mane is spending two weeks at the Sir I
Columbus t4h re John as top prize winner in the contest.
gate. eSome authorities say there may be more than Taylor beauty was

another thousand questionable<< employees could be that
stricter ml'amJrt''ill nut be taken by the Security

authorities. Jacksonville NAACP Demands FBI '

!Russia's Premier Nikita Khru'hcheannounced that

he will attend the United Nations General Assembly in

New York this month. fJn the premier's I1l'8t'i1'it to the
Mob Attack Sit-in Youngsters
United States he was given, a right royal welcome. Now Probe on

that the friendship between I President Eisenhower and -

Khrushchev is strained it will be interesting to see just JACKSONVILLE T h -- -- -

what kind of a reception New York will give the Soviet. NAACP ha called up n the JAX RIOTVICTIM'S FOR RENT
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Report are that Fidel Castro. Cuba's leader will also fate organmx> mob" upon youth DEATH FURNISHED 1-bedroom apart-

attend the United Nations meeting. council member" a*' they fought WHITEW nv nt tree ut.litte: frum $20 per
to menslr.tt' againtt segregated ASHEDI I A.- k 844 N"W ?0th St. NA

MASS MEETINGThe lunch rountert AUC 27 A *->I.;e Ja-lc onv. V cornier' -6M3
AMociatkm leader in their jur came up y'h a !lulu of a
State of Florida in fact the nation i is waiting etrnmumcaUon to the Justice f.ndmt after an .nquest into thetnly
Department charted that at thee death attributed t racial STORE FOR RENT
with interest to see just what will happen. to the Rev.
.'ne of the it-in police Hood violence ta the civil f.ereup lat
Theodore Gibson and the Rev. Edward T. Graham. ar und watching a mob gather "',..'k. I 1190 N.W. 62nd St.
two Miami ministers who have been sentenced to six and remained" indifferent a* axe Tbe Jry ruled. that CMr'E' ,
months imprisonment and to a pay a fine of 1200. This handle and other weapon were Da vi*, :27. e ate to hi* dabs "b> I Good location for barber
distributed When the mob attacked -
penalty conies from a conviction for contempt of court. I Negro dt't'ftOfYtratoraht'' hi* cwn act"Davss ahopReaaonable

They refused to answer questions by u legislative investigating police moved in "arrertiag and I I hd had and a bullet M'Ve wound' l iatMt4ea mhi Rental
committee seeking, infiltration of Communists into clubbing" the latter uwtead of
| from the ew' *ii of hk ear into a
the National Association for the Advancement of Colored pr tenting ttotn The I letter, ad-. utility po;> Au<. M after a p lice Phone JE 7587
.
drrtf-cd to Harold Tyler ** -
ruled Dav.
People. chase The fury II
tint attorney general, was tinned
"died a. a result of his un ac1.He
branch John IIGotMfeun Or the of the
resident tee
The men believe it infringes upon. their constitutional by did; n< t k.1'1 hirruw f bu d.ed manager
and Korinet llur.-t;; ,, Poolroom neat door
rights. JudgeV.. May Walker thinks otherwise lie set youth c uncil president. I I because Ho"'* jf that w ait again?<1" 4
September 6 as the date for a hearing by the state court. I
Gov UHoy Collin cnttcifothw
So far no decision has been made. week Mayor Hayden Hurtts'refusal I I

to create a bi-racial committee I
An appeal has been made to Governor LeRoy Collinsby "to talk cut" race' problem -
the Southern Conference Educational Fund asking the *. I
governor to intervene in the cn'e. The mayor has in fact told QUALITY BUILT3Bedroom
the Governor to mind hit o w n
In Miami a mass meeting sponsored by the NAACPwill business.
be held on Thursday night at Mt. Zion Baptist Earl Johnson, head cf the
branch legal redrew committee.charged .
Church. The purpose of this meeting is to raise funds for at a public mss ral':> Home
the tines of these two courageous leaders. They have on August 28. Mayor Hums was
been fighting, and continue to fight for our rights as reapomibte in that when the
American citizens. Now is the time to show a little appreciation "mob began gathering at ..C"!

for what they are doing. Re present on Thursday or was" eight-thirty the tune f that r the morning Mayor t"l.!o V/2 Baths Hardwood Floor

night Sept. 15. If you cannot be there, send your order the diperHmt'nt of the

contribution. crowd Built-in Genera! Electric Range Ga Heat, TU
Lieut O Crews, head police

HURRICANE DONNA intelligence officer Mid mOM of Bath, All Modern Conveniences Located at
the diturbancc had been causedby
Hurricane Donna with winds as high as 150 miles an gang* that had been knownto
hour, at this writing, is somewhere in the Bahamas mowing the p lice for two nr three 11461 Lincoln Boulevard
yean. He aid that they had
at 10 miles an hour, and may or may not pay us a visit. taken their cues fr m Saturday'
In this connection .every precaution i is being taken. Store race clash "to do wut'er10- Richmond
and home are being boarded necessary supplies put in. tenet they am0 against the Heights

The Red Cross and public facilities are all ready, just in community a* a whole ,
Hi content' bro
n ua < out For Sale by
case. Radios and TV's are kept going. by Mr*. Ruby Hurley. South; a...
regional! director of 'he N'AAv'Pwh
It's ,been ten years since we have had a hurricane ,> meshed U Jckonvic:!: RANDALL HOMES Inc.
but Miamians know just how tough they can be. We are the utbreak of the violcocv. She ,
on the alert. reported that a/ociatien oficialf -
had contacted touthfu': gang Phone CE 5-3S87
Donna was real hard on Puerto Rico, killing 110 and leader* in efforts to stem th e

injuring 500, also destroying 3,000 homes. dtrturbancf Total Price $13,900-Term*


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PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960Along PHIL OSSOFER STAR
MEAT MARKET
., po- .... ....... -" .- SAYS:

Freedom's RoadBy --- -
God mad the universe perfect 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
but made man who latently
RUTH PERRY contains His image Imperfect. s
........... ....... What is the wisdom of this? It
-- -- appears t me that It is a challenge THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICES
On Thursday night Sept. 15, at in the Negro and in our coun to recognize Him by using
8 o'clock, all of us will have &n try's basic democratic ideals. the tremendous potentialities lie -
opportunity to attend a mass Their devotion t> these Ideals has has given us to work toward that
meeting be held at Mt. Zi-n enlarged the opportunities of Negro perfection, which will reflect His
Baptist Church. 1 understand citizens and enhanced the image in us.

that there the main object program prestige of the nation. The :He has given all not Just th :se Fresh Meat-Low Prkes
continues -
but of tae struggle for equal rights of certain races or creeds tal-
meeting will be the raising of and there is much unfinished ents which will enable us to advance -
be used as payment of business still left to do in
funds to and help the world to advance
the fines liven to the Rev. Theo- eliminating racial discriminationand towards perfection, the
dcre R. Gibson and the Rev. Edward egregatlon. end resultant of which will be a
T. Graham u part of the
YOUR MEMBERSHIP NEEDEDIf heavenly kingdccn on earth.
sentence given them by Circuit
Judge W. May. Walker. you are not a member of We are all greater and fitter

BRAVE LEADERSi the and NAACP respect and the if you stand appreciate your- than face. we Like appear unpolished to be on gems the sur our Central Life Insurance e,.

known both Father NAACP leaden are taking for true value is unseen by untrained YOUR
have IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR
That God and
given beauty
Gaboon and the Rev. Graham for you in this community Join to eyes
Remember power: for good which lies hid-I CONSIDERATION THEIR
and have found day. that membership
many years,
den within the frame is
physical
in the National Association for ,
them both to be ton Arable, fearless -
n t for a few, but for all, for
the Advancement ci Colored
Working -
men.
and courageous all mankind partakes of Ills glorious New Plan
Family Group
with both of them in t h e People helps protect your civil bounties.
NAACP and ether related organizations rights and insure the future of
devoted to equal civil your children enlarges your economic This was emphasized( by a Father, Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
rights and the ending of segregation and cultural opportunities white minuter in Mississippi in New-borns Automatic/illy Insured at Birth
these men at all tunes helps to level segregation sermon ms quoted in the book,
have shown a fearlessness and barriers in all aspects of public -Neither Black Nor White," In AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
devotion to the cause of freedom life; secure the rights of Your which he said "The Negro 'i{ a
that should be an inaviraiion to fellow Americans; vindicates the diamond in the rough. lie is a I Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
all of us in the Miami area. Tbcir American dream ..f human equality human being made in the imageof From
stand for freedom is not only a and helps win the Fight for God. The inexperienced eye I
personal one with them, 1La a freedom. would not realize the value in I
thing which includes all of us in I If you value being an American a diamond if be saw it in the $2,000.00 to $50,000.00The
this area. if you love democracy', you rough and would not offer youa
Their sentence to six will rf'C'Olt1izehe importance d liar for one as large as a
months present in Jail, plus a fine of the work the NAACP is doing. marble. And yet, when that Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
$1,200 each (or another six Buy a share of freedom Join same diamond properly cut Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
months in Jail if the fines are not the NAACP. and polished, it will bring a for
paid) is only. another manifestation tune. The same is true with with .
of their devotion to the King Praises CORE hearts and minds, darkened by
prejudice, they do not see the
tl freedom. Lesser men
cause Consult Our District Offices The Home Office
would not have stood as firm Leaders ForAccepting value of another race of human or
and u courageously as these two beings that live among us." 1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
,
have done. Their sentences
men The value is there as provenby
are evidence of this. It U nit: too Suffering those many polished diamonds
often that people in a community revealed |n Negro OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
have the opportunity to actively Martin Luther King Jr. paid past and In the making. Blessed
help in a situation such u tribute to the seven members ofCORE'S be that countrite heart which, 176 N.W. 14th St. WEST PALM BEACH
this but the forthcuoaing mass Interracial Action: Institute living in the midst of spiritual MIAMI
602 N.
meeting will be this c: )OrtuDlt1. who chose Jail over bail darkness. has recognized and Rosemary Av*.

It will be a cnance for those when counter arrested sit-in. during a lunch lip ken out for a segment of FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
who believe in the ending of humanity which Is doing its
700 N.W. 2nd SL 304 N. Eighth St.
M' f'IaUoc.he lowering, ,.f racial I King told members cf the Institute ..hre0 bring that heavenly
barriers equal civil rights and : "Self accepted suffering kingdom on earth, using all the
freedom' for all Americans to dosomething the willingness to go to Jail if God given potentialities at Its
about it It will not need be is crucial 'in our struggle.Not command.

cnly be a personal satisfaction in all can make this sacrifice Il!JL __.. ,
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furthering one's own beliefs and but some must "-
ideals by attending this meetingbut "We must rid ourselves of the
it will be a chance to personally psych logy of the two car garage For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
help two brave men who of the ranch house, of possessions
have stood up and been countedfr if we are to achieve nonattachment .
all of us. I hope to see Mt and the self-purifi
Zion Baptist Church filled to cation d Gandhi" said King.This BONDED COLLECTIO
overflowing onhe night of willingness to suffer is
Sept IS. needed for philosophical, moral
reasons and for practical reasons
THE NAACP added King. We.1mpI..yannot

While most of us know the afford t ray' bail bond, legal expenses -
Rev Theodore R. Gibson and the and fines. AGENCY Inc.
Rev. Edward T. Graham perhaps King spent tan days at the :
come of us are not too familiar CORE Action Institute discussing .
with the association called the broader Implications of
the NAACP. U 10, now is t b e the philosophy of nonviolence
time to find out about it. The Those at the Institute have been
NAACP has been' in existence engaged in restaurant sH-lns.
since: 19u0, and ever since its 4hea.se testing swim-ins, and The largest collection and rental '
iterracial beginning has striven voter registration.

courageously. for racial Justice.. -
From the beginning its members agency in the South; operating in
have had a fierce devotion to democracy BARGAIN IN
and a great feeling for Dade and Broward Counties'
humane race relati ns. Throughthe
yean the NAACP has won LADIESSHOES
victory after victory, in the face Negro Housing areas
of tremendous odds and obstacles
and accomplished the seemingly
impossible in its unyielding CANCELLATIONSAND L, L. .ROOKS ProoldeMMANAGING
against race hate, big 'try and

violence.Since 1900, hundreds of thousands SECONDS AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

of Americans of various 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN
race, religions and national origins 561 N.W. 29th St. DADE AND
have enrolled in the Association BROWARD COUNTIES
to express their faith both




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Phillip Randolph. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
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THIS and CONDOLENCES: are extendedto i I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE 7
Mr. and Mrs. LESLIE REECE
and Mrs. LILLIE BROOKS who -
lost their Miss Enid Roberta
niece
watching by warning, by preceptand I
THAT Dix a former graduate of by praise, but above all .
South Carolina and school
.e State by example.) CAL'S
teacher in Allendale S. C. For
the last two year Miss Dix lived' John Ruskin (1819-1900) BAR & GRILLENOW

By RUTH H. POLITEwwww in Washington. SERVING

r- CONGRATULATIONS: tj DOR BREAKFAST LUNCHAND
IS LA UG nUN and her Kiddie I
ICE FOR TEACHER'S Church by the Rev Charles C. University a new modern kindergarten Don't Fret Sight! DINNERAt
CAKE I Currin. A reception was held at which Sa 1 located' at Popular Price.
FeHennan's lt\l.\ More than 600 5605 NW 32nd ave. Families who Join The NAACP
1 lb. LOVE for all mankind guests attended.Escorted 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
live the because
1 lb. ACCURACY in area are delighted -
by her father the of the nearness and the
1 lb. GOOD JUDGEMENT: J
bride wore a gown of ivery pcau modern facilities. Good luck to
Cream these Ingredient' well.
de sole made with
Be careful not to the a portrait you and -friend bird.-
ikknp neckline, short sleeves, fittde I
measurement After they are and a b uffant skirt. Her headdress WEDDING Anniversary Congratulations .Ii I
thoroughly creamed' add: *
was a cap of seeded pearls to Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Brown
1 lb. PROMPTNESS;
-with a finger-Up veil. Her
1 lb. ORIGINALITY ivory ALFRED SCOTT S<*,t. 10. i
satin
pumps complimented the
Beat well and add alternately
dress in detail. She
every carried -
BIRTHDAY GREETINGS
to:
1 1 lb.Ib. PATIENCE TACT a cascade bouquet of ptiaiaenopsis Virlyn Sutherland. Dwight. Eric With Bill Sinegal's Band

orchids and stephanoUs. Lee Irving Lfobcrtnan, Sept 5
Be sure t season well with ;
food humor; however too much David McGhee: Uttie W. Johnson I I
spice will. spoil the good flav.r. MIN Roberta MaKay if Washington Dora Smith, Sept. 6.; Dr. E.
Now add a pound of love for artiste D. C. bride's attendant T. Taylor Robin Bythwotd: I !
thing and wore a dress of Jade green' peau Louise Pittman Vivilora Galney,
1 lb. POISE de ote with matching headdress Sept 1; Tee S. Greer Cella
1 lb. SYMPATHY for those and carried yellov+ carnations Johnson. Cynthia E. Dixon. Sept !
wh seem too slo-r. and baby breath. 8; Gail Coachman Sept I; BL n-
I lb. FOULNESS Atty. Leo Blatch, Miami, who eva Moore Lillie P. )d(>>e-Iey.
1 lb. APPRECIATION of is the god-brother and fraternity Geoffrey' Nicholson Sept. 10; :
childhood desires. brother of the groom, servedas Estella ),1. William. Theima A
It will be necessary to measure beet man. The ushers were King Sept 1:, Eva Hepburn I
this accurately as too much will Alvin Williamson, Washingt n* Barbara A Howell, Mildred
counteract' the firmness Just added Norman Ilia ten, Patterson fraternity I Clarke Bbenezer "Benny"" Edwards I
' Remember to add a full brothers of the groom "J ft" Dotier Sept 13;
pound J food moral influence and Chuck Kelly of New York Willie P. Bethel Catherine New- a
>
b:Id Sylvia P. Crosby Sept. 14
the
Mix these well using avooa City.The
of good citizenship. bride is a graduate of
THOUGHT FOR THE WeEK.
Howard She
University is employed I
If the mixture does not seeb
as a medical technician Education does not mean teaching
firm add a irttle more tact and Mr. Burroughs graduated from people what they do not know.It i
if the seasoning is n.t sufficient Booker T. Washington High means teaching them to behaveas i iI
add a few suggestions given by .scb.o1. Miami, and Howard U. they do not behave It U n t I
the children. He is a xjphomore dental studentat teaching the youth the shapes of ONE NIGHT ONLYPALACE
When you are sure of a food Ho,A art and also employed at letter and the tricks of numbersand I
mixture bake In the pan of fair the National Institute of Arthritic then leaving them to turn LIBERTY
dealings for an entire teaching and Metabolic Disease DivLsl n their arithmetic to roguery and
caRd r and you will find a lore of Geographic Medicine and Ge- their literature to lust

I ly group of comments waiting for Utica, located m Beth aeda' Md It means ,.f the contrary, CITY
you from those who have tasted' He is a member of Omega Pit training them into the rerfect

the pr.ducts. I'hi Fraternity. exercise and kingly continence of
SATURDAY SEPT. 10
Note I indebted' to Mrs i
an Mr. Burroughs& u a grandson of their bodies and soul It u a
Eunice Uberty. of the Lily C Mr and Mrs William NVwboid& painful continual and difficult
Evans School who gave the above and Mr*. Lucille William His work to be done by kindness by
to others aad me m re than 17 .reat mifient teachersin .
are pr .. _
the Christmas --"" XJII--JICIXXC; J1OI(" 7f1C.W3' 1'7I JOIJI77""_ 'WfIl-JUIJ,. """- _
years ago<< during the Dade County School aystern. ------------ --------- -------- ------------- -----
reason I thought this an appropriate .
tune to share tt with you Among the out of town guests

' hope that y..u like it attending the wedding wa his LINCOLN ESTATES!
grand uncle. James Barnette ofWsau
A STORY For all Teachers Bahamas.
Everywhere. A weary teacher fell The couple h-neymouned in

asleep. and as she slept she Atlantic City and will reside in Miami's Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
dreamed a dream A message. bad Washington.
arrived' that the MASTER % a s

coming, and to her was app tat- PAULA. WILLIAMS has ac-
ed the task of children ready for 1US arrival in Washington, DC as
60 she arranged them on beanche ph>*sal education instructor in

*. tier on tier putting the Young Elementary School Mrs _
little white children in the front Martha Winston is the principal 1.LZ'T;.- -- -F-1

runs. nearest where teh MASTERw Miss William resigned her p-
uid, stand, and then came the iUon here at Liberty City EJemrntary -
hale yeilar and red and brown School in order to report -
children and far back on the to work Sept e. She will
farthest bench, the black child live with her Muter Mrs. Addioo -

H bbs Phyllis
ren.When they were all arranged tYOU

the looked and looked, it did not You should see the beautiful a
seem quite right to hoe. Why paintings done IB oti by Mrs
*a old the utile black children luna H. Dikes& art teacher at.
be so far away* They ought, perhaps PhylL WhaU.>. During the
to be on the. front bench. summer she attended Akron Own The Home! No Closing Costs!

t>he started rearranging them, Univeral r. Ohio The paintingsare

but just as all was in confusion, the result of elate asatgn- PER MONTH
the children sUrr&f about each ments. $4797
Only
trying to find his pr-f>er Place Friends in C lumbus and Cincinnati PRINCIPAL AND INT. ONLY
footstep were heard, and to! it kept her "'"party-going**

was the MASTER'S tread, and during weekends. Enroute home 5 Different Models With or Without Pools
.11E was. coming before the she visited relative and friend
children were ready. in Atlanta, Ga. SALE $$290 DOWN
Overcome with shame and $9300 PRICE TO ANYONE
confusion, ahe hung her head. Tc MIL AND MRS. LUC1OUS
thick that the Us entrusted BROWN of 2U1 NW l&3rd SL,
her bad not been accomplished intone Opa Locka are noted for theirbnitabi. Swimming Pool Optional-Sale Price $11,900

So she stood while theo c arm. Labor Day wa

! ut tit finally they stopped beside tune t r their fatuous cook-out
and obliged to look party Invited guests were Me-
her, was displaced pereon. SO year FHA inert*
dames Elizabeth Alnsky. Emma

up.And lo! U she did so and her Mootf<*nery, Maggie Williams, and conventional financing
eye rested on the children, all Willie Pearl Porter. Mr WUii gage
shades si color and difference Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. LeslieIlcce available
had vanished the utile chUd- lEnidj. The rain did notdampen

ren in the MASTTRRS presence tai* party ,
were ALL ALIKE!
Members of ZETA AMiCAE ALL S BEDROOM HOMES

PRAYER. Dear Father, as our r.'ill weed their way to their new
c&ildxen begin a new school year pretldenfs home. 1160 NW 55thTerr Terrazzo Floor' Awning Typo WI. y9

five thy blessing: Embue them ., Monday evening Sept 12 down Hut Flbtrgtas CollingInoulatlon A
with the eager desire to learn. at 8.30 o'clock President May-
Insp.rt their teachers to lead dell Brayaon, ha prepared an Built-in KlUhtn AppIL f.

than in ways of truth and right exciting and sUaulaUfig agenda anco Bath Fixture' In Color' -TlUd 44
Let this school year be rich ant -
fruitful Help their parents to Friends are saddened to learn Bathroom Glass' Tub Inclooure' -
bring them Uf In the fear and that BILL ALLEN U still bed- La"dec..4y.rd.
Painted' Througheut -
admonition of Thee. Amen dcd at Mt Sues Hoapital..
Sidewalk Paved Drive
New Jersey has lost cne of Its
PEOPLE Roland C. Burroughs way Municipal' Water Supply DigfCTlONSf Drive south on U.S. 1 Ic
marries Mss Patricia Anne fOl1 Ok society matron to Miami
Brown. Miss Brcr-n, daughter of We refer to 101 fl. SADIE VINCENT Walking Dlotanc to School. Churehto AJI.pottcah Rood, left en Allepottoh to
Mr. and Mr*. Willis Brown of who i' going t. spend her
.
Patterson, N-J. wu married winter vacation here again for and Shopping.DECMLO Old Cutlor Id.. then follow the lgn,.

that city Saturday afternoon the second consecutive' year She
Aug 2o, to Roland C. Barroughs u the house guest of Mr lona
IOn of Mr. and Mrs Ver- H Dakes. B th tadie are Miami HOMES INC. PHONE HI/ 4-4681
Mrs Vincent
nald urroughs (Joycelyn) Garden Club members. ,
The double: ring ceremony was wa for many year the private .
perfumed In Calvary Baptist secretary of labor leader A. 522i





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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960Dr TO a robbery Tuesday three .Mrs Gwendolyn Parker wishesto
KEEP NEGROS men held up the Kayo Service thank the many friends
Station, 16400 South Dixie Ilwy. f T
a L- OUTP and fled with $ZS. their kindness and coireiderau
1 y Metro d rtsm 00 th. Va. Faced -witha carrying nickel-plated revolvers husband, Mr. Norman Parker
.; $ + court suit seeking the right for forced Clifford Wilson, 34, of who passed August 20.
i wL Negroes to purchase lots in three Florida City inside and took the
all-white cemeteries, Ports station's monejr. Mrs. Gwendolyn Parker
mouth is going out cf the cemetery -
business. -

The suit filed in U. S. District YOUR PORTRAIT _.A... ._... $1.00 f
Court by 11 Negroes, was answered r
:l.a 4 a'v .w a
s'
by the city. ENLARGEMENTS
: 4 9.
dV Before filing the answer, city COPIES
council in emergency action repealed '
: the city code sect n dealing DAVID JEWELERS '
with cemetery lot sales. I'

I The ordinance alo stated that 1188 N.W. 3rd Are. FR 4-1522; r. ,
::4 aU) loa tn Cedar Grove and Oak
pk ia.i r Grove cemeteries "have hereto
fore been sold."

It added that unsold lots in
Olive Branch cemetery cannot be BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt
sold They are not usable by virtue -
of being swampy naw: within $50 Per Space
rights of way of water mains,
and of irregular and inadequate
izr," the ordinance said. There Are no Lots Cheaper In

C.t> Manager Aubrey I' Southern Florida
i Johnson Jr. said the city will
conLnue t maintain graves but EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
''will acquire no more tot or
cemeteries.The 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4-8242
Negroes suit charged that
Marechal Nell E, of -
Young
denial of the r&ht0 purchase
Philadelphia' mile* broadly at METRO OPENS Iota vi late the "equal protectionand

obis accepts award Lola M.from Plrte.rMhlh.m..t Mr. U. S.due Constitution.process clauses' of the I Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
REGISTRATIONBOOKS
Florence. Madison Hill, national' -- -
president of the IOU Phi Lamb
da WoroHty during |its annual

convention Ky. Dr. Young recently principal In Louisville of a, Metro will pen registration King: ((if 3feartB (ffllitb!
Philadelphia, junior high school books in 20 precinct Monday ina
and author, was voted recipientof 6-day drive for the November
the award made annually by general &rctMr! 6000 N. W. 7th Avenue
tho sorority in honor of the
founder, a Chicagoan. AN P.... Vot Urown said 15 .cations will be
open two night a week PHIL "Untouchable" HARRISPRESENTS
JOIN
The six-day registration drive
At1A drown. said. will end Sept 17
Qualified voters will be able to

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want If you to know live in the the nearest county registration and- Sept. 10 and Next Week Sept. 16, 17, 19

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and Northwestern Centers, for theme and dancing will highlight THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDASATURDAY
their respective personnel.:: the evening. Admission is by invitation
Reception at President and Mrs. Kenneth only.Personal.
Junior CollegeA Williams and adminfetraiivv staff SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE 9
members and their wives will receive Meatkm
student, and official guests
President Reception' for and will make appearances at Nathaniel Rolle, well known -
and students
faculty of Dade Jr. .hV
both centers during the evening tailor returned on Tuesday froma
College Is planned for Sept 10 'I "Getting to Know You" short
has visit with his brother at
from 8 to 11 p-nu at both Central been chosen V
as the coordinating Nassau. He is thrilled with his
visit and _
the improvements he
....
since his
-- saw last visit three


i ---.i---; l yean The ago.Rev. 1* A. Thompson t3rZ -

Moderator: of the Atlantic Coast
Baptist Association >is attending
the 80th annual convention' of
..ivt.1s 1eA.... the Nail nal Baptist A! Cation
Dr. II. Jackson president, now
OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St. convening in Philadelphia.kln .

Ethel Lewis, 1740 NW
FRIDAY SATURDAY 67th st. returned last -week l from
.... visiting her daughter and brother .
_
in New York
City.
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7bJv" Mrs. Ethel Lewis daughter and
grand children of 1740' NW 67th
rt. returned to the city on Aug.
30.. after visiting her brother
Austin Johnson in Now York ansi
her daughters in Springfield
D Mass, Naomi Straughn and Ernestine
Lewis as their houseguest


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KELLY'S CHAPEL ST. MARY'S W. M.

Rev. Leroy Dell pastor Sunday School .-w-.._. 9:45:

Churn School ................ ttI Morning worship _,..-..-... 11:00
Morning Worship "........" 11X10 Evening worship -..-. 7:30

Youth Fellowship ....,.._., Spa
731 Sunday School was opened by
Evening Worships_-,
John Dullard. Devotion classes

Woman's Day is to be observed took their respective places with
at our church on Sunday, SeptII. their teacher at their post MornIng -
Speaking on various phases devotion was led by Bro. !L
en the theme, "Our Spiritual V. Steward he then lectured for
Life Today," mill be outstanding five minutes. It was testimonial
women In our community. During time. We then had a glorious
the 11 a-m. service, Mrs. GenestaM. time and everyone ,was spiritual
Sweeting. Immediate past ly blessed. We are very happy to
presidentIoncil the Dade County have our pastor back with us
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY will give the me- after being shut In for a couple of
treeks.' May he continue ca feelIng -
The speaker for the 730
sage.
I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Mrs. Barbara Bethel George, pm. service will be Mrs. J. L. better. We are still prayingfor
member of the Baha'i Assembly
Dix ardent worker in the you. Both choir furnished
:n, an
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 <1 Miami will lead the regular Woman's Society of Christian music with Mrs. Phlll Gibson at

weekly discussion at the Center, Service serving as Spiritual Life the organ. No. 1 ushers served.
137 NW llth ave.. 8 pjn. Sunday
BAPTIST Sept 11. Her subject will Secretary of Ebenezer Methodist Evening devotion were led by
ST. LUKE of the
TEMPLE BAPTIST Church and vice president
be "Purification of Region.
: Bro. E. Stewart Bro. Bum delivered -
District. Women of -
Atlantic various
Rev. L. A. Thompson' pastor Rev. P. W. Williams pastor Everyone is cordially Invited to churches will enrich this the message. lie preached -

Sunday School ..............-. 9JO: Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter attend this discussion. Phone with both inspiring out of his souL The church asa
Morning worship .....-....., ... 11:00 Sunday School....................... 9:30: Miss Salomon secretary, FR music prcgram and eloquent verse. whole is praying for our lick
DTU 5:30: Morning worship ..__........... 11:00 1-5420, for further information. and shut Ins. Visitors are always

Evening worship ., WO II BTU _........_.................... 5:30 Members and friends are Invited welcome.
Evening worship .................... 7:00 GRACE PRESBYTERIAN to share this Woman' Day
The Missionary Society, Mrs. pith us.
: Rev. William F. Savoy pastor
Florence Hepburn, president
ST. MARK P. B. CHURCH
celebrated its 27th. anniversary I i 14th Ave. and 69th Street MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev.
Sunday afternoon with a spicy : 5154 N.W. 23rd Are. Sunday School............ ... 930 STARKEY'SSalon
program. Speaker for the occasion Rev. F. L. Johnson, pastor Morning Service .r-., ........,..,. 11:00 E. M. Thomas pastor
was Mrs. I. G. Pratt and Sarah Pool reporter Westminster Fellowship! __ 8.1XJ Phyllis Myers reporter of Beauty

Mrs D. Hart was mistress of Sunday School ......_.-......,.,,, 0:30: Although our membership has Sunday School .,.............." 1:13
______ 11:00
ceremony. Morning Worship 11:00 not increased by leaps and Morning Worship 3605 Grand Ave.
The preident wishes to thankall Evening Worship ...-....._ 730' b"unds."A are encouraged that B.T.U. ___________________ I--00
missionary societies: from various B. T. U. .--. 630'I several young adults In couplesand Evening Worship .............. 7:01 Coconut Grove

churches and others who singles, have Indicated Interest
St Mark's wishes to invite our Sunday morning our pastor I
their cooperation.
Cave in becoming an active partof Specializing In .
many people of Miami to attend came before us -with a wonderful
Baptism and the L rd's Surper our various programs on Wed- our program and fellowship.If message about "Grudefulness." o BEAUTY CARE

will be admintatereed during the nesday night Sept 7. Brother you have no church h me, It was very Inspiring and enjoyed -
morning serve and the latter Cecil Blair and his Sensational I and are looking for something to by 11LSunday o COLD WAVING
also at night. The choirs will Thunderbolts will render a musical do for G d's Kingdom, you will afternoon at 530 we
WET SETTING
o
have a sale on the church program at 8 pjn. find your place here. After all. had BTU. We had our testimonial

grounds in behalf of Woman's Sunday: night Sept 4, an Jesus funded Christianity with service led by Alfreda Gray. o HAIR WEAVING

Day."Reaching. afler-servce musical program "young blood. Sunday night our pastor came
for the mo-n: is the will be held with various quarters before us again with another o HAIR STYLING

motto for Woman's Day, and of the city. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST wonderful message his subject o MANICURINGRECONDITIONING
every loyal Temple-ite Is going war "Watch and Then Pray." It
all-out to make that dream 1571 N.W C8th Ten
come to was enjoyed by all present. o
MT. E.
HERMON A. M. I
Rev. Ernest William .
I pastorJ. After service the Lord's Supper
true.The Pulpit Aid Board. Mrs M. Rer SatnaH i Oar pastor R. Brown reporter was administered to those Let our trained technician help

E. Stevens, president! will II Sunday School .____________ 930 who wish to be fed. with problems, far In.
pon- Sunday School ......._..___ 9JI you your
sor a program Sunday at 3:30 Morning worship _....-.._._ *1:01: Morning worship _______ 11:00 Sis. L. Baker Is still sick and formation and appointment call
BTU WO
pxn All are Invited. Evening worship __........_. 7:01 in the hospital We are praying
Evening worship ......... ... ,:00 her
Publicity Committee for to have a speedy, recov HI 8-9338

ST. MARY'S C. W. M. If not with us in the Our Third Annual Men's Day ery.Visitors
you were was a success: and Rev. Foster's are ab-.,. welcome to Wo appreciate your patronage
services last Sunday you should c:me and worship with us at any Mrs. Wllholmlna
Dro. E. A. Cukner, pastor themese.a hlne for a Man"was Starkey, Prep*
have been. One of the wonderful
Mrs. S. D..k1nI. reporter indeed' uplifting. The Mt time.
Sunday School ............. *43 attractions both morning and Tabor Men's ch ir really sang out -
Morning worship _________ 1IKX I evening was the three stewardess of their souls.
Evening devotion ,,.1--,......... 7-W I boards. They simply dignifiedone JOIN THE NAACP! Drive Carefully!
one of the church with their Last Sunday morning our associate -
Sunday: School was opened by white uniforms. minister. Rev. Bain delivered *
the superintendent Mrs M., The pastor and congregationnext the ,sermon "Repent Ye
Worthy. After devotion classes Sunday are going to Boca and Believe The Gospel" was
took theier places with their Raton at 3 pm. to render ser- very appropriate f-r the occasion.:
teachers. Delegates made their der services at the Macedonia five candidates were baptized 1Og L091 PttlCtat"
rep' its from the Sunday School AME Church, the Rev F. D. Sunday night the Holy Spirit
convention which was held In Wright past r. The faithful tt was certainly present u Rev
Key Weal Boca Raton have promised to Williams preached out of his soul
Morning worship was led by spread house and feed' all who Our pulpit visitor was the Rev
the Rev H. V. Stuart, e preached will go in our company.N Brown of St. Matthew Baptist
from II Corinthians &20-.. "We >. 1 and 2 choruses will Church. + n
Are Ambassadors for Chrst. serve on the third Sunday Sept
Everyone was blessed. Rev. H. 13. There will be baptism. Five Sisters Laroda and W odside
Drown of St Matthew's Baptist converts were added to the are back from vacation and they

Church was a visitor. No. 1 choir church this month and we are were mUsed by alL 'ytOtt'GX
furnished music .;;nd No. 2 ushers proud of the success that we are Suiter Tucker is on the sick .
served. having through the spirit of God. list. and we with her a speedy' ,uc tlI1

Our pastor a still on the sick The pastor and members are recovery.We I1
list We miss bin very much and wishing and praying that those deeply regret the death of clue Dwvclrr G
we are praying for his weedy who are about to take off for the infant son of Rev. and Mrs
school will have a successfulterm. Jluben Cox and Rev. Bethel extends .
recovery. their heartfelt sympathy
The' ':30 devoti n was" conduct God them during
Have you visited the biggest May strengthen HAROLD
G. JOLLIVETTC. ManagerANNOUNCEMENT
ed the Rev II. V. Stuart Rev. little church in town lately If their hour of bereavement.
from II Timothy
Burns preached
not perhaps you are missing
; subject Tim to Move. something.The Church of Th. Open Door
Our famous Male Chorus furnished
music with A. Carey directing Third Quarterly Conference (Congregational)
and Mrs. Phyllis Fairing- convened at Mt Hertnon Rev. H. C. McDowell pastor:
ton at the organ. No. 1 ushers AME Church August 30. at 9:30: A. E. Mc.-l eat. reporter
Elder F. A. Allen
served. Is Invited to go with was is charge This was the business Last Sunday was Indeed a .

The public Day picnic. Bus side of the spiritual the high day at the Church of the
us on our Labor -. spiritual side was held on the 2nd Open Door u usual may members
church at 9 30 am.
will leave the NOW FORMING THE
Sunday in August. The presiding were received and Fellow-
elder preached an interesting the church
chnved in
M. E.Could. .
NEW BETHEL A. sermon which cvtryone enjoyed. This coming. Sunday our pastor
41st Physicians; Assistant ClassA
., Ha. We're always happy to have our .will stan a series of sermons on
Rev. J. S. Blake pastor Elder and his wife with us. The "The Prophets" which will continue
church is spiritually alive under ; until the holidays. In his special program of Medical Training for all women
The meeting of the third quar- the kadenhip of our Elder and sermon Sunday he will give us
terly conference" was called to our wonderful; pastor and wife. a background of the differentProphets (age 17 to 45) with limited education who seek
order by the putor. Re. J. S. They have done wonderful job that he will use in hut:
Blake Friday at 7:45 >ai. witha on the building of our new series. more earning and increased prestige.

prayer by Willie Waters. church all of which were very Friends' and visitors are always
Elder James A. Roberts took grateful help deserves much welcome at our Sunday morning : Classes Starting Sept. 13
charge of the conference. Lee- credit for his ability. We are now service at 11 am. ln the auditorium 1
andrew Waters wan reelected' going forward with our building.We of the Seventh Day Ad- Day and Evening Classes
secretary' and Mrs. Larrene Davis must w..rk hard to try and wntist School auditorium NW
as reporter Reports of the finish. our church and we will if 5Otn st and 25th ave. o Small Weekly Payments
its the Lord's will We have
boards, consisted of finance received -
and expenditures railed over $7,000 this quarter AnnouncementRev. O Air Conditioned Claaa RoomS
and don't oe anyone, and are
Elder Roberts preached at both happy to be out of debt We Ernest Williams of Free Lifetime Placement Service
services on Sunday and his messages thank the members and friends, pastor
were very inspiring. Th Rev. F. A. Sneed, pastor presiding his New Bethel Baptist wish Church and To all graduatesNightingale

total reported lor the day was Ider F. A. Allen Mi** Louse gratulate congregation the member to of con-the

$310.31. Dixon. reporter. CORE i rganization also the
Mrs. Clara Joyner.Mr We're having a soul stirring
We welcome Revs. Edward Graham and
revival' by the Rev. Ivy Fay-
run CollegeFR
and Mr
*. Paula George Theodore Gibson in their unselfish
attended son of Miami. We have taken in
Louise fight for freedom. Our prayers -
moo buck about 8 or 10 Convert
to church.
tummer are with you and in this crucial
Members leaving for school hour .we, ask God's blessing
this fail are Janyce Water*, to f-Uow you give you guidance 3-1675
Pauline Everett, Robert Blake, Registration Now Going on and protection.

Jr. Edmond Mersey Kathryn Wa At Jackson's Toddle Inn 265 NW. 5th Street Miami, Fla.
Armstrong and Leenaadrew

going ten Jr.Into Walter the Armed Ferguson.J"oneL Jr, 1* NE 4-4308 Advertise! It Pays!



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Goal Set S3.225.445The .
at
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE 11

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I --V
United Fund of Dade year's 45 cent
runty yesterday announced a the County per This year coverage the United cf graphical areas. Attention Parents! JOIN NOWI '
"Each area will have Its owncha.rman
1 1961 can-pal coal of 3.225,445. Fund will conduct simultaneous
Arthur J, Gucker, campaign ly five and campaign head- Miami Branch
seperate campaigns in five quarters." Enroll jrcur child In Patterson's
(chairman and business manager Nursery School. 2337 NW ttth
I for the Miami Herald amid theTsai St, phone NE 54361. Transportation NAACPMEMBERSHIP
[, represents a desire on theFart
and hot meals provided
of campaigners to restore Our Licensed! by State Welfare Board. DRIVE .
JIT'S 54 health, welfare and Past This Week Helen Martin Peterson, super.
|'v :ulh agencies to the 1959 level visor.
,f ,, nd1n,
Currently UF agencies on theevcrage I SEPT 1. 1882 Hiram Revels. Registration Now Going on
are cperating on approx- -ately 13 per cent less fundsn elected' to the United States I Wilson's Nursery At Jackson's Toddle Inn
.: in 1959.Gucker's Senate, born a free man in I Gef Sore
Fayetteville N. C. Infants to 5 years Hat meals, NE 44308I
announcement fole $4.50 per week' 2272 NW 58th
LYONS
,owed endorsement of the goalthe SEPT. 2, 1864 Union General I Sl NE 43759. S10 I .. t
William T. Sherman Admit Negroes AUUOATDENTURE
't United Fund's executive evacuated I
his famous Norfolk Ordered
goal for the 1961 drive (Savannah) march to the sea I CUSHIONS

-presents: $523,000 or 19 percent I JuanUa's Kindergarten now RICHMOND. Va. A federal Ills d...........WIt
than the $2,702,185 raised SEPT. 3
r-.ire 1773
Rev. Thomas open. FREE pick and delivery
up fudge has ordered the .sr +
Norfolk ItpL pwaw an se,,
,
_,:> year And last year's drive I Paul organizer of BocUn's | and hot lunch served daily. Scho, 1 Board to admit to predominantly ..... .. ...... f
<;.jcd some two percent mare first African Baptist Church Phone OX 1->>60. S10 -vrhUe schools this fall .. .... ..... ....
:n was ever collected in Dade born in Exeter N. II.
| ...
five Negro students whose trans -I w.HARLEM. .....
panty to a single campaign. I SEPT 4, 1908 Richard Wright Attention All ParentsRklgcway fer ap;Ucation it had rejected. M

Gucker chaining the surfacec noted author, now living in I This brings to 23 the number j 1
r.irad.cUon of having to raise France, born in Natchez i iMiss. I I' Nursery at 5937 NW of Negrc eligible for admission >
5v per cent more money In order 22nd ave.. is now open, under .1 to desegregated schools in the ] DRUG CO.
return to the spending level of I knew management Mrs. R. state's city I 1400 N.W. 3rd Av., Miami
'959. sad the agencies two years SEPT. 5, 1915 Asjicciatton fer Certain and Mrs. M. Cochran. ---- ---- _.
, were allocated some $400,000 the Study of Negro Life and Qualified teachers hot meals and --
re than was actually raised. History founded by late Dr. transportation provided. Regis RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
Carter G. Woodson Wash ter child
your Call
now. NE
said also that this
He year'sa
ington, D. C. _. OX 1-3434 Rectal Diseases
: excludes the United Cere- or NE 5-9823 sj Varicose: Veins

Palsy Telethon. SEPT. 6. 1901 Jam B. park- S10 Effective paint'.... non-surglcal office trtatmtnU at low c..t-
ter, a Negro, seize Leon F.
I I. time
no Income. Avoid
M or and
aurgtry hotplUllutlon. Why
Tie 1961 goal of $3,225.225 is Czogosz after he had fired' Debbie's
Departure also from last year's two fatal shots at PrraktentWilUam Playground wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse,

c xophy of kicking off the McKinney: in Buffalo Nursery School and > CONSULTATION FREE
-'T,.1.cn with the c:nvnunity'si N.Y. 0
;; 'need figure" rather than a Kindergarten Special, medication, treatments, diets for arthritis, neuritis ulcero .
*;td goal Total community need I I SEPT. 8. 1872 William Monroe blood pressure sinus, anemia' 'lot vigor chronic' dltoaooo
-*_> paced: at $3,635,729. Trotter fiery editor' of the Back to School registration I of men and women.
\; vie leaders are mindful listen Guardian born in begins August 22.
jf, the total community Ohio. Give your child the best ln education I DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General' Health Service

:3* Guoker said, -but feel SEPT 9, 1917 Bremen J. Scott and insured under ...ida Ct'. Ht meals I IMS S.W. lit St, FR S-274I REDUCING
f must regain lost ground be appointed sfwcial assistant to eluded. 4880 transportation NW 24th in*
court
greater progress can be rea- the of Washington I --- -
Secretary War. -
Phone NE 5-862 '
NE 4-8315
.
3 m the field of social wel- D. C. 'I
Yoa may aUo contact Perry's

SE1T 10 1947 Jwhn K. Lynch, Florist f'r information at FR
.M as an Infant must gain Negro oo f r. roan fr'm 4-1** S2I Madam FatimaIndian

tact. before it can walk, so MiasisaififM/ daring reconstruction
our United Fund. born near Ferri- Register Now ;
\rr.ed with our new camlndf'Pth day. La.Registration. I
concept' ours Resister your child now in I ReaderAdviserHere
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.. leaders feel we can buildn Now I ffarteo. New Hope Baptist Church For the First Time in This Area
foundation for the United <***) NW 15th ave. Hot meals !'
4 n Dade County be said. served daily" Free pick up and Lucky Days and Lucky Number
In
ProgressLittle delivery Asv from 3 months to L
...cker Mid. his organization S yers hone OX 1-8S32 or FR lSee this great divine healer of all times

realize three intermediate Folk Play Schvol, specaUzlng 4-4_. indfAdvertise : she can heal you by prayer. See her today
:Yea to insure successful
4'j' a in food home training preschool
.....gn.t hot lunch:! served, trans I "[ tomorrow may be too late. There It
r*t..e must recruit and portation. 3290 NW 45th St, call If_ |no pity for those knowing there'a help
:3 -i-ely train a greater force NE 5-5283, Ages 2 to6. S10 It Pays! on earth but don't aeek It. Are you sick, unhappy,

v unteer workers than ever t disgusted with life? Everything do
re A corps of not less than you seems to go
. 00 is needed. : wrong, then.. this gifted lady.

., What you see with your eyes your heart must believe
-v <- end, we must imprest our DRIVER'S LICENSE !
that. they must increase With each reading she will
g.ft*." give away a free lucky charm. She has just returned

,':sing an impartial survey BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE from a triumph trip in India. She guarantees to re
'public; several months ago
'.I'r' said that Dade's per move all bad luck, and evil influence For more information -
'j gifts lag heblad those made O'BERRY'SMAGIC call MU 89148.
.'.derated- campaigns through-
the South. CITY DRIVING SCHOOL 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE

.* year Dade's per capita gift 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue Listen t. Futureacepe ever WMDM

299. The per capita gift in
Orleans wu $3.$. Atlanta OX 1-5283
Jacksonville chalked up
. : and 354. I

ft M re ver"here Gucker said 35 LE BELLE'S MESSAGE WILL HELP YOU!
rauons gave only I
.: ] GIFTED SPIRITUALIST. PALMIST .PSYCHIC READER
collee-n
,
.,e stands' at 386. We must
I
.*,corporations this year." for a fair In- !r OLD INDIAN Le8ellem

T:.e third objective Is to inwe "

the number of persons BLESSED ,
'--buting to the United Fund. : THE LUCKY LADY

\ cope to improve upon last If you are overcom with trouble and cendltleno
t'V6 C' CANDLES that are not natural, ahe can remove them: ever
come Spells Dad Luck and Evil Influtnco. She
reunite* the separated and causes you to gain the
SEE THE WORLD'S ,! CHIEF TAR one you lowoo. Are you sick or ,In trouble la aomorelatlv
GREAT SPIRITUAL I j +a .In trouble la your bush osa or work bad
Indian I Are you troubled with loot nature Why not con-
Old
of
With each purchase
LEADER suit this lady that was born to help you through the Spirit

AND PIIYCHIC READER Blessed Candle you get FREE Old Visit Lo Belle, -.let her explain' your dream, advise you to make
t the hit you have 'long ..*nt dl the will give you the true meo*
BISHOP HUNTER1y sage that la lotted to you bringing LUCK. HAPPINESS and
Indian Weekend Blessing SUCCESS and tell you how to follow.. them. Lo Belle glveo re-
ai ym are stick w we+rtW s1.a't, suits' /In Just one vlsitl, Satisfaction guarantted.
' to .+. me today. OffU. kMra, I
1 NE 5-0087 CAUSE YOU TO BE LUCKYI-MAKE AND HANDLE MONEY
dally 1 Call
.
pun. U 1 PJW. T .r *ay
1 P-m. to t EU*. Sunday 11 ....1 I YOUR LUCKY DAYS YOUR LUCKY NUMBERSPrice
to I ........ ADDRESS AND DATE OF Within Reach of All No Ono .In Trouble Turned Away
GIVE YOUR NAME, Readings for White and Colored- Cload W.dn..dayDON'T

BIRTH AND HAVE THIS CANDLE WITH FREE MISTAKE ADDRESS

RIAOINOSSW 1341 N.W. 20th Street
TO YOU !
GIFT DELIVERED OPPOSITE CITY INCINERATOR
aP MIAMI. FLORIDA

Buses 21 24.2S-S7 within' 2 blocks-Bu.. No. 21 stops at door
1417 SW 17wirr es. CALL NOW NE 5-0087 No Mall Answered
Hour: Dally and Sunday 7 a."'. to S p.m,-Closed Wednesday
Licensed by Clt,. State, County
HOLLYWOOD
LA. OLD INDIAN PRODUCTS ,

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Joe S. SeJby the nautical art-

tilt, some of America well known
millionaires, died Sept 1 in Jacks -
s Memorial Hospital. Mr. Sel-
by of 6240 NW 22nd cU was a
familiar figure to dock workers

CARD and boat owners, around the Miami
IN MEMORIAMIn OF THANKS
yacht basins. He way a native -
of Mobile Ala., and had
sad but loving memory of The family of the late lived in Miami f.r 40 years. Funeral -
our dear mother, sister and R./MARSHALL SMITH service were conducted

grandmother, wish to thank their many friend Tuesday at 10 ajn. in the chapel -
I
MRS.. AMELIA D. FINLEY for their many deeds of kindness with Rev A. C. Mozell officiating. I. 9 I
this life September rendered during the passing of
who departed
Burial was Lincoln. He is
their loved Special thanks In TV NOT WORKING U you I FOR SALE
8, 1050. one. I survived by a friend, Miss
live In Liberty City or Browns
and to the and member of
May she rest in peace may pastor Eddie Mae Range I
light perpetual: shine upon her. Antioch Baptist Church of yule area, we will repair on HOFFMAN Pressing mach.ne in
The Family Brownsville; and to the Range credit. Pay weekly. Free est good condition reasonable. Call
mates. All work guaranteed. Call
Funeral Home May God bless FR 9-2343. indf
NE 4-9258.
each of you.

IN MEMORIAMI Mrs Otis Smith and Family ''CANVASSERS CORNER LOT In Washington

I Make money in spare or full tkne. Park Subdivision. Lot 17 block
In loving memory of our dearI Health Products. In- Demand. No 14. 152nd st Call L. C. Taylor
husband father and son, r Ts competition. 40% commission. phone 33-4141. 3511 E. Esborne

) WILLIAM B. (Jackie) DEATHSFrancis Call PL 8-0241 9 am to 1 1>m. ave, Tampa 10, Fal. S10
IIAYWOOD I

who departed this life September. WANTED SMALL, GROCERY STORE.

J 6, 1958. KINDERGARTEN Teacher. NA Stock and fixtures. Good loca
C Gone from those who loved .
tion.
in
17381. Living quarters same
I him well, to one who loves him Services f-.r Ancle Meadows of f building on Pembroke Road in

best." i 1330 (NW 2nd court apt 14, who : BABY SITTER Carver Ranches. Rent of buildnly .

I Mrs. Eartherine Haywood, died Aug. 30 m Jackson Hcs;.tai YOUNG GIRL to baby sit from $10 per week. 5410 Pem
J iwfe will be held Sept. 10 at 2 pm %
3 pjn to 1 am evenings. Dial broke Road West
c Kimberly Haywcod. son at Temple (Baptist Church with OX 1-2009 after 12 noon. Hollywood.S10
Mr. and Mrs. G<-o. Ilaywood, Rev L. A. Th mpson officiating,

I pa rente Survivors include his wife, five WILL, KEEP small children f r GAS STOVE almost n I -- children, to. brothers a sister working parents. 2374 NW 36th burners class front, 6916 NW
I 16 grand children. Interment in St NE 46655. 15th are. days. Nights call OX
IN MEMORIAM Lincoln: Cemetery. 16377. S17
t
BUILDING PLANS
In memory of the late. Services for Mrs Estelle Win. Lot surrey, building plans cne LOTS. Cheap down payment
ts ter of 17821 SW 103rd ..t.. Terrine reasonable price PL 8-8368. Only $20 per month. One mort-
who died Sept 4 in Kendall .I ,
----- -- 01 gage. Supreme Realty. Phone
IJ II Hospital will be held Sept. 10 at Mrs. Ruby Garm :t. pianist for FR 1-3641.

3 pm. The name of the church St Paul) AME Church of Miami Barbers Wanted
will be announced later She to and former pianist for the BY OWNER. 2-bedreovn house
survived fay several nieces.' Southland Singers died Sept. 3 j jan Charles Anderson owner of the and 1-bedro rental apt. on

,, Jackson Hoipital. Mrs. Gar- White Horse Barber Shop. 6412 same lot south of 34th *t. Call
CI t Ceasar R-lle of 431 NW 13th mon of 820 NW 63rd It., was a NW 15th ave.. has openings for WI 71731. S10
St.. apt. 1 died Sept. 6 at his native of Ft Lauderdale" and matter barbers f r his shop in
borne He is survived by his had lived in Miami for the past Liberty City. Any interested barbers ON OAK AVE. In Coconut; Grove'

J widow. Mr*. Elizabeth Rolie. a 24 years. Funeral will be held can see him at the above address j CBS 3-bedroom. 2 bath h use.
brother Arrangements are incomplete. Saturday at 2 pjn in St. Paul 'r call him at OX 1-9770 I. Hardwood floors fireplace solar
!! I 1 system, large' lot $17.000. $7.000
AME Church Rev. Fayson officiating. j
Burial will be m Lincoln 1\ FOR RENT existing mortgage. Will take
Baby Girl Jones of 2312 NW Cemetery She is survivedby small second. Phone MO 5-2730
71st lane died Aug. 299 In Jackson her tytwband, James B.. fives ROOMS For dMa ...17 .ah I after 6 p.m.2BEDROOM.
Hospital. Graveside serviceswere n*, mother. Mrs. Syretha I- Dished room can >teUb y IReos.
held Sopl. 2 in Dade Coun- Strong, a sister. Mrs. Ruth Cromartie. I IDa HOUM. m t-4Mf c. 09 CBS. Two yean
ty Cemetery She is survived by three aunts andwo I-534J. 1009H NW ft* era.' young. New sink and water

her parents uncles. Friend may call at the tndf pump fence shutters. $US
iI down bargain. Opa Locks phone
chapel beginning at 1 pm. Friday
Infant Judy Hammett, 6 mo*. Sept 9. NICELY FURNISHED*. bed JE 21478.
old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. t mom house. Quiet surroundings,

tI ; Alexander Hammett of 222 NW Mrs. Jessie Mae Drake of in Opt Locks (Bunch Park WOULD YOU be interested In

V 22nd at. apt. 3 died Sept 2 at 6121 NW 21st ave.. apt 1 died at area). Desirlous of clean nice buying a 2-bedroom home and
her residence. Funeral serviceswere heir residence Sept 6. Service quiet family. For" Information two efficiencies furnished. for
t.II held Scf>t 3 in the chapel. will be conducted |In the chapel call NA.1-MS4. indf $7.000 $7.000 down and $90

r RUDOLPH W GLOVER CR Survivors are her parents several 2 pjn Monday. She Is survived month 1044 NW 64th St.

c who dt l8rted this life. SoptemX sisters" and brothers b> her husband James a son, ROOMS.. Weekly day or night
bet 5, 1959. Alton three daughters. Mesdames 5311 NW 30th place Phone NE EXCELLENT BUY. Grocery and
We cannot say we will not say Infant Girl Butler of 1637 NW Addle Lois Bullard Eunice 3-2566, S24 meat market, beer and wine

.1 That he is gone, he is just away 1st place apt. 3 w*} stillborn at Mays, and Add 1 Rover her store Small overhead and good
JJ "l'beFaml1.7 Mt Sinai hospital! Aug. 31. parent Mr and Mrs Wyatt Saf- NICE Little House. Fcur rooms business"
It T We miss you, sleep on. Graveside M'rvw..Nt'\ held f ia two sisters and two brothers and bath. $16.50 per week' Lights OX 13411.
V: The Family Sept 8 at Paradise Man nal and water furnished. 2260 NW
B Mrs. Frankie H. Clover, wife Gardens Survivors include her 64th st. Owner 351 E. 13th St. NICE GOING buMfx for sale.
C Rudolph W. Glover Jr. son mother and father Hialeah, TU 8-6985 MU 15740.' with, beer and wine hcease Wily

fI Mrs. Alie Glover Newton make price alibi 3Mt NW 17th
sister House of Albert. FURNISHED ROOMS. Clean ave NE 4-9127
.
si
Mrs. Alberta Brotks I rooms at 1835 NW 4th ave. Call
OX 1-3896 for information. IndfAPARTMENTS DUPLEX deluxe Furnished
daughter
U step Mrs. Suck I Lawton fond:
Jalousie porch large roam, awning -
referred Mother
to as Lawton
a "
I I now extra 22 28 In
renting x building
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CARD OF THANKS pioneer citizen having cone to
some eh ice 1-bedroom apartments rear 1051 and 103 NW 53rd St
this from ,
area Knoxville Tenn
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524 NW 22nd St N w
Mr. and Mrs Richard Pendle- in 1887. died m Jackson Hospital
e. building FR 9-3576 3.U DROOM CBS. 1480 NW
B ton and family .wish to thankU Sept 1 Her lone survivors arc 1952 N.W. 52nd St. 73rd It.. call FR' 4..,.,
Mr.
and Mrs.
Ollie
their many friends and neighbors Bass guardians ONE BEDROOM unfurnished duplex .

O for love and understanding in then whom of she 1530 lived.NW Services 89th *t with $595 Down $75 Month apt AU tile bath. Cool 3-UEI1ROOM CBS 1814 NW
bereavement of their little son, Mere easterly 73rd .
exposure. Aluminum t. call FR 4-6738
Jimmy. conducted Wednesday." Sot 7 at I Very lovely 2-bedroom on awnings 2103 NW 75th St
n .
%:30 pjn. at Mt Tabor Baptist i
Lc 75 x 110 landscaped lot. NA 19407.FURNISHED.
Church where she:> had been one
CARD OF THANKS of Its earliest members. Rev P. Large screened. porch one IN MEMORIAMIn
Efficiency
S. Brown mortgage payment. Total for
pastor Bunal wa in adults. only. Utilities: furnished.'
ia We the family of the lateW Lincoln Cemetery. I II price ony! $10,500. 1235 NW 68th Terrace. Phone wag cr.rrccry ofRALPHLETTA
MR JOSEPH SANDS I PL 4-6965.
wish to thank the many friends Louis Wiggins Jr. infant sonf -- ----- -
and neighbor* who extended Mr. and Mrs. Louts Wiggins of ROOM
in nice home Furnished
t"'OurtCI5-' during our sorrowinghur. 1261 NW 59th at. died in Jackson $795 Down $88 Month utilities. Call Mr. Jones. PL
Especially thanks to my i Sept 1. Graveside service New 3-bedroom CBS in I 7-5832.

priest, the Rev. Father Theodore were. conducted StptRichardson 7. beautiful area. Near schools -

Citron for his encouraging and transportation and shopping i ROOMPrivate entrance twin!

tm condoling remarks. Special beds, suitable for two men 334
01 I: thanks to the Bethel-Williams I No closing coats, no qualifying. NW 11th st. apt 3. FR 1-4822

n' Funeral Hume f r rendering such Robert Perkins, 275' NW 7th One mortgage pay Call evenings only I I
lovely service And a wry spec- ments. Small deposit will
a st. died in V. A. Hospital onSept.
ial thanks to the community: hold. FURNISHED 3-bedroora housen _
3. Funeral held
l n Sept. 9
Helping Hand for the nice dad
k the Bunche Park
at 3:30: pm. from<< Mt. Zion Baptist area t o e
TL that was sent and to the ones = --
If Church -- information caU FR 74076.
who donated can nQ..era.. card
.I? and telegrams are too numerous
Liberty City ROOM
&I Jackson J. Cunningham. 2040 FOR RENTIn
mention. Thanks
t again and w
be may God blot you all. NW 6th ave. died in Jackson $295 Down private home Man preferred

The Joseph Sands Family Hospital from Bethel in Sept AME 4. Funeral held Home and Income 5036 NW 23rd Ave. Phone NE
Ice 3633 Grand Ave. Church on 3-2348. Call after 5 S
fe Coconut Grove Sept 8 at 1 pm. with burial in 3 separate houses on large pjn.

a Lincoln. lot. One 3-bedroom home, For Rent

tGt Coy lee Williams 348 SW 4it one 2-bedroom home plus Single or Double Room

5 : Drivers9 License Now st. Homertead. died Au*. 31 in one efficiency. Live rent ,
Jine Archer Smith Ho>piUi free for only $295 down. N.W. SECTION
If < Funeral held 19 from St
Sept
All three homes are partly .
No Children -
LO On Sale Paul of Hccnectead at 1 pm. furnished
Lot with burial in Paradise Memo EVANS
II At 2888 NW 82nd St. Be safe, rial. ---- ---- Phone NE 4-6128 who departed r _3 ,.fe Sept 3,
tU not sorry. Liability auto incur IlFt/4
Bi Lace financed on low monthly Eddie Lou Alexander, 1371 NW CASH FOR YOUR LOT
Ji payment 60th .t. died Sept. 7 in Jackson MIAMI TIMES ADS For a while they must be parted
--- And the
Hospital The body shipped flesh its &** *th keep
was
;: GOODMAN'S REAL, ESTATE PL 7-6456 DON'T Waiting, waiting m a Hcly
OX 1-030 to Arlington Ga., for final rites 283 NW 79th St. COST THEY PAY .stillness
Sept 11 fnxn
g Hupewcll Baptist
Church. CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY Wrap in sleep.
Mother, Sister: Bre&erI

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 PAGE 13 t 1t
APPEAL MADE


Miamians Ready 3to I FOR LA. BABIESNew

York The National
gry Urban League Thursday launch .
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i' t'd a world-wide 'feed the babies' --=-
Return to
College ,', appeal to aid 23.000 L;uistana ..
children! dropped from welfare
8y ROBERT P. YOUNQ If rolls "because of the tins of their
"
fathers.
Well itUme gain for the NKROMAH TO The emergency drive for baby
co;;rglans to bid Miami farewell." food, and cl thing and funds for
After a summer of hard work BLAST S. AFRICAIN I medicine Baas announced during tXSTtR: : C AUDIT fwmol Dwec1ur
and relaxati n, I am quite jutea UN the 50th anniversary meeting' of 1942 NW |Mi Arm -OX ,.,"_
M.ami's college students are I the organization.
T=-r to return to their resec* Mrs Moise S. Cahn. board
ve co.leges and universities for ACCRA Ghana President member of the Urban League
*ie f3)!) semester. Kwame Nkrumah will lead Greater New Orleans, Mid "mass
GhanaV delegation to the U. N. suffering" has been the result of
A number of student are very General Assembly opening SepL three -punitive" bills passed by
rnb! t'onc"erned1h Hurricane 20 In New York reliable sources the Louisiana Legislature as frt FORSALEHarmar
(X::na They are hoping! that she I said Monday.It of a "segregation package.
n t prohibit them from I Is believed he will call for I By terms of the bill*, f;)'ni'.les
'rev na our fair city. new action against South Africa's In which: there is a single 111 J1-
Act, a II a 11. William Roll. Rot I apartheid (segregation) policiesand tknate child are automatically cut
: i Davis. Maud Newbold, Al- will urge an end to Sxith off welfare rolls. Ninety-five percent Inc. Offers in Richmond Hts.
ccrr.j. : Turner. Mamie Finder, Africab administration of south., of the children dropped

<.co;r are to Smith returning and Edward to Bethune-Car- west Africa. from the rolls were Negroes. 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOMES

CoUele.M..x.ne .
kT.Jn Sc tt, Ivan George and SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE Wood Floors Enclosed Garage
J :::'. Ford will return to Fli
.. m.!
EBONY Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
\jc n Duller. Chris Ingraham
j ci Adams, Pauline Dawkins,
jrjr\n Day, Rodney Roberts, Motel & Restaurant Models:
j. .. Troupe, Janice Aranha,
(.' ,' nc Rolle. Th mat ButterV Corner loggs Drive & Monroe St.
< i 1 1:1: Albury. Carrie Bry- Air condition Television Telephone in every room
J ,imta Anderson Eugenes.
., Deiores Smith Coleatha Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie HighwayRiviera Ora D. Taylor, Agent CE 5-4246
I.-. Ralph Burns Frank
<* "f) John Clever and Eu- Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
(I''h..:f' are among the many
returning to FAMUin Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off

\ RJOU Rosalind Williams
M T rt- Wood and Alvin Braz-
f. I be off to Talladega
E zabeth Sol num. Maester ACT FAST WHILE THEY LAST !
f .t>-. Areline Wiggins, Carl
P"ts Robert Flowers, Abraham j
F. rf. Rudy Mack. Leonard
0' ,jn. Marie Cooper. Melvtn END OF i CAlSALE CLEARANCE
s, mour and Fred Seym ur
.* tudy at Tenn State.
iiEB
r.'dfl' tl Smith Harold Cu!- ALL CARS MUST GO !II!
nand Ira Davis will! be re-
n.ng to Fisk University. s

M 'rn Mitchell. David Robin- NEW USED
or
n Franklin Sanda Teddy
< VT Charles Johnson San-
1fT. J hiwon. Herman Dorsett,
s.i .ie. Stewart Marvalena Ad- Con. V-8. Pow rlli.de, power steering, $2395
kl., Rotten Mill<<. OswaldWiktr 60 CHEV. radio, whitewalls. Lilt new.
Jd'eph IINS-t. Daniel
Akin Jam. Johnson and 2-dr. Bel I Air. Powerglidc, 5795
(;<,,rge Littles will be headed for 56 CHEV V-8t radio. Real clean.
,
H -" ard U.
Lui.me Culpepprr and Law- 4.dr..Sedan. 210 series. Pow.
$545
-nce Bethel will be en the 55 CHEV. er glide, radio.Fairlane .
(tumbling: campus.

Albert Dillard: U.U.Moore i* returning '58 FORD Ford omatk: dw'conttk er. .steering, $1295

Carol Ann Johnsen. Elizabeth Fairlane '500 2dr. Sedan.
T'i.npon Henry Reeves Young 57 FORD Fordomatic, radio, whitewalls $995
BittJ hnson. Gold>e Simmons.
M"ma Johrr'on. Gloria Bur. V-8 Crown Victoria. Fully
'''JWa Dennis Donaldson and '56 FORD equipped. Real sharp $745
J1 Ctiartnaine Marks will be returnng -
: to Hampton Institute Holiday Hardtop. Fully equipped -
$795.
Pat Pitt*. Jeanetta Harris. '55 OLDS factory air condition.2dr. .
Dot thy Bendross, Janet Haqper
Donald Chen Clifford Barr and Hardtop. Power steering $695
MfTiam bound.Nicholson rAin be Tuskrgee 55 OLDS power brakes, a real bargain

2-dr. Sedan Nice family car.
Barbara Collie. Jackie Rawls 55 BUICK Fully equipped. Real clean. $545
and Leila Thomas, Clark College
EUa Mae Pryor. Sharleoe Sun- 4-dr. Sedan. Real sharp..
moos Sally Bradshaw. Eli Jone '55 BUICK Loaded plus air condition $595
Wilford Hepburn. Phyllis and
J *n Peterson Morris Brown a paint. Don't
Returning to More-house Colt ). '54 PLYMOUTH m a. this oneNew $295
.
.e ta.M fall will be Herman
I. Allen. Richard Collins. Charl More to Choose From All Cars Sold With an OK Warranty
j Black. Jchn William*,{ itenry Many
: Val&* une. William Generette
I William lllt.. Willie Green BRAND NEW
N'**''il' C. Ross and Robert Paul CORVAIRS
Youa BISCAYNES
1960 CHEVY STATION

i CORRECTION BEL AIRSIMPALAS WAGONS

'''I' In our last isue we slated that Prices Start $1689 Convertibles
attorneys Carter. Reeves and
k
.I Gravm represented the Rev 5 at
Theodore Gibson and the Rev
, Edward T Graham, we were FREE GIFTS USED CARS A JE 2-1444 FREE GIFTS
wrong The Rev Graham was
represented by Atty TobUs
San n and Howard Due)nI

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i FOR SALECOMPLETELY "icPOTAMKINAS

i SET UP

FRIED FISH & POULTRY 6 jJd&k OMM SUMOAfS AMO fVINIMOS TfU 10 FJM.V .
Wonderful opportunity for couple PJf T fHMM MBMi

to as make flnt' bu living.ineM EtUbltohtdsucceMful for past'. 3yeah. 540 ALTON ROAD aI,=::::- 24 Hour Towing Service

PICKUP and DELIVERY
Miami Beach Phone JE 1-0057
706 N.W. 3rd Ave.

CALL JE 1.7587 Wanted: 4 salesmen. Excellent income See Nat Potamkin

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IJJJJ Brownsville invited to join
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I A eheeerfu.; *oa" to HawaJ, ,vce pres.dcnt of the orjanlzatlon, The group erjcyed An itinerary: [li.ir.ncd: by Mackenzie Travel
the U ar.d ol :.;e 'a L* Lout t M pu' by Lou LaT fair and Mrs. Dess-ie Cain sad entertaining events Organization
I r wr. aoed dramaust leather White. and affairs which had been well I!I..t in the heart of Honolulu,
a a&4 pubbc relati tu eoa +ltant-- (
t third iron right in the firM row. ,
I bike LcTour represented Dr. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA NOTICEI
I Kate E W .clnm national pres-
joist of the National] Beauty CuUistriats Straighten hairat
wish to Inform patrons your
League who remained In PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 my
I and friends that I am now at
t tie SUtes due to the serious Illness I the Orchard Villa Beauty Salon HOME In onoeasyappllcatlonl
a cf a brother Those traveling located at 1200 NW Mth Terr. !
t with the group represented 12 of Negro In for
Evening College ; History Thank you your patronage.
states mainly California by Arlene Jones, Prop. New yea .*. kavo Mq.'"
Mr*. Ruth Renfro; Indiana, Mr*. I I I .*..p. **..:T.*..*,!. nn1&'"
I Deauke HoiJield.; ; Iowa, Mrs Classes at NHS America to be -OperatorsIradtll Mfr. &..ba' wt.'! f. b.cJk..I.
a Pauline 11 umph r.-y; Kaman Mr. I Clarke both 1re.aM..atb.. ZM7-Io-
J and Mr George' McClaln; Lou- Courses to be offered" at North Published Rosa Lee Bryant .y-back
Mana. Mr. and Mr*. Clarence western Center Dade County Jr. David Burns
Montrcll and Mrs Helen Savare College during the evening hours I Deanna Burroughsbook SILKY STRATE
of New Orleans frc n which city will make it possible for the first I. Dallantine Books is proud to OZNTLs.r MfOULAM air.vA
NBCL's Nan president. Dr. tkne for Negro working men and announce that on Sept 29 it will
TWO oung: MI
Whiekham I !.I.... Par- publish -The People That Walk = 5125Mi
hat s; women to start a college education ewrsrc.
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West Hollywood left f-r Amerl- MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Shell's City Boycott cuss Ca. Sunday on her vacation
happy landing and safe returns. I I
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Continues Revival meeting at Westminster
Baptist Church. Rev. A. ,
Sears, pastor, came to a close
Sept. 4 with Rev.' Samuel Cole- ,I LIVE IN THI FINEST
CORE'S Miami Interracial Action br ok and prayer band fro m i iNa.au CHOICE ONE BEDROOM CORNER APT.
Institute
began relay sit-ins
,
This revival Is one that
at Shell's City, the restaurant I will always be remembered. We ADULTS ONLY
where previously 18 Institute are thankful from our hearts for 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.
members were arrested for lit- Broward all, who came and helped us, regardless -
Inj-in. ( of the rain. Mrs. Harrison
Two white and two Negro men County Strachan, reporter.'
entered the restaurant about neon
and remained about 50 minutes Newsy r
until asked by a manager, accompanied ; c. I 1 ENROLL NOW IN
by two policemen to TROUBLED LOVE
leave. They did so. MONEY PR6BLIMSf SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
The four were replaced by an Wafer slew. tttf ''1'' help Solution available If In.

interracial team of four girl a tructlone followed... StHstry per..onat a Ufe Lon. Profession
few moments later. Then they -----------....... .

too mere. asked to leave. They The CWlf fire department will JOHN WAMSTEKER Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
complied.A meet on Monday night Sept 12
third group entered the res st the Chamber of DspL SI
Commerce 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
Box 10, Ottory, Cape, S Afrlea
taurant about 4 p.m.< AU the building in Carver Ranches, all
while 35 other CORE members members .
are asked to be present. I T T I I I
were picketing the restaurant Walter thatch president.
A supermarket restaurant Justa
few bl cks from Shell's City The beautiful teacher
opened its lunch counters to Ne Tampa, finally got Johnas from La- New CBS Home CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF
groes. CORE members ate lunchat mirr He stated this! week' that
For Sale
BEAUTY CULTURE
Frederick's between picketing he was married in Jacksonville
shifts at Shell's City. Twenty- several meeks) ag-. He is the .m Three
bedrooms tile bath
three" restaurants in Miami of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Lamarr MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH
have now opened to Negroes according of West Hollywood.The kitchen, living room, dining
t' CORE executive sec room, Florida room, utility Fascinating Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
retary. James R. Rnbionm Rob-
insen was one of the COREmember Missionary No Baptist 1 choir Church of Central will room and carport. Lot 65x Hair-Weev Training Center In The South

arrested at the original celebrate their 10th 100. $13,990. $1,000 cash.
sit-in at Shell's. City who spent Sunday. Sept. 11 at 3JO anniversary p.m.. We $98 per month. Write today for further information
10 days in $ail. All were c nvicted -
are having church to
a guest
and given a years probation. celebrate with us. So will you Chas. R. Hudson 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Mam!, Florida
A. D. Moore. Miami CORE please! come and join us. Mrs. 1918 N.W. 70th St.
president. Mid the boycott will EUelyn Bowles president; Rev.E. .
remain in effect and picketingwill J. Clark, pastor. OX 1.0624
be carried on c ntinuously -
Per ns wishing. : to volunteer for Rev. and Mrs. E. J Clark
picket duty can call FR 4-0114 wish. to thank the officers and
--- -- -- If YOU NEED A LOAN Pku.Consolidate
or FR 32704. members" *.f Central Missionary I .
Baptist Church the pastor, officers LOTS FOR SALE
Your Bills into Low Payment
Musical ProgramMrs. and members of New Macedonia one
Baptist Church, pastor, officers Build your own home In the FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE
Bes ie Bethune will be and members of St Msry's home
the guort JOt.iM at a musical Baptut Church for the wonderful country. Lots 75 x 100-In Loan arranged at your
program which is being presented anniversary recently cl-sed No inspection fee
at Bethany Junior Academyon the best we ever hsd. Goulds, new community, Call or write to JOHN BERGER
Sunday. Sept. 11 at 4 pm.
This program which. is being Mrs E. J. Clark and son. near shopping center. Good CENTRAL MORTGAGE CO.
sponsored by the Cox's band of Ralph, celebrated their birthdayon
Bethany SDA Church in the in- Sect 4. Mrs. Winifred Cooper I buy. Cash or terms. 337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Ph. JE 1.7769
tervwt 'i the church building and family surprised Mrs. '
drive, will feature some of Mi Clark with a special) dinner party Call MO 7.6660BARKLEY'S '
ami's mint talented singers.
The guest soloist of the evening Mrs Harrison Strachsn of -
will be accompanied by Mrs.
Lillian Brooks. The public is in. I
vited. Junked Cars WantedHighest
Contributions will be accepted. CUT-RATE STORE

The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Anniversary
prices paid for all make Old, junked or
CelebrationThe 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The
wrecked and! truck
No. 1 usher board of New finest products at Cut Rate Prices cars
H: Baptist Church 15th lye
and pe 66th at.. Liberty City invites GET YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES HERE We buy any kind of car or truck
you to its 27th anniversary cele GIFTS
bration. Blndtrs ...-..--. Ik U t... Cologne .... .... 1.00 240

Friday alght Ssp4. 9 at 8 P-m Fountain P.... _. Its 1.00 TUeMY Lotion .,..1.00 UO ACADEMY AUTO WRECKERS
there will be a musical program.
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Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock Klng'o Mtn'o Lotion
Ball Point' P.... 100. USPllltrs Vltsmln'o. Candy for
sermoaette Rev R'croJackson.
a by Children .. ,... up 5701 W. Okeechobee Road"On
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DN. L C. Deal) presidentS Jergtn's Lotion '7c 1.00
A L Stcftbens. secretaryRev u.s. .Highway 27 Hialeah Gardens
OPIN DAILY 4 SUNDAY S A.M to 10 P.M.
J. E Brown pastor
JOHN A, M.MINN. Owner Phone TU 8-9773

ttortey PTA to MeetThe .
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will hold its first meeting Mon- I
day Sept 12 at 8 pm. at the LifeI
ache'I, 7100 NW 17th ave. Rx For Your
Samuel l G. Clear. president
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Mattie' R. Terry of Chicago anda
graduate of the University efIlllnota.
t EXPERT WATCH AND
_q'* + While studying FrenchIn
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1960 Paris on a Fulbrtght grant she CLOCK REPAIRSAll
met her husband Charles' Del'
-- gado, a ..n..I..., who |. n o w work guaranteed
F living 'In Dakar where( he la a .
St. Matthews tot Job OpportunitiesDepartment
Junior economic officer of the 40 Year In BwineuoAndrews'
.f Promotion/ and government ef MaUf.NP.r.UAMI Jeweler
Celebrate 39th Year Publicity. Greater. Miami Urban
League. StS NW Pint St. H. TIMES ADS 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
September 11 will mark the Allen Wheatley Jr.. vocational
39th anniversary Of the St Matthews eervkee oecretarv. Ph... Fit DON'T COST THEY PAY FR 1-01W
Baptist Church. Rev. N. F. 1.M7S.
CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
Clark 'I the founder, builder and Nurseryman ,,-
pastor. Police Property Custodian
Deacons of the church Include .
Parting Violation Checker
John Glai! *. James Cooper and p.
Automotive Equipment Operator WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot
Isaac Troutts. I and II

1 thank future God bleoulnp.for past God presentand the Motor Punch Pool Operator SupervisorKey 50 x 110 Good for 2 VmiU-$1,250

Father Son and Holy Spirit Electronics Mechanic CASH PAID FOR LOTS 0R HOUSES
Amen.Rev. Radix Mechanic
N. F. Cluark pastor
1552 NW 68th Street WelderEngnieerinf eA BRAND NEW-Lovely S-bedroom, 2 bath and car-
.Miami 47. Florid Heavy Equipment Draftsman:Mechanic age, oak floor, tile roof, built-in electric kitchen

Custodial Laundry Manager Work American born Lovle Jackson 1430N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.
Supervisor Delgado who translated Interview
v Vio.0fflccr Steward (male and trmal ) of deposed Mall President Mo. SEYMOUR BARON J

Clerk bide Kelta by Claude Barnett H. JE 81340 JE 2-4343

Student Trainee (Mathematics, to English for woe by ANP. Mrs.
chemistry, physics, engineer) Delgado Ja a daughter of Mra.

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t ABLE. CHOOSE YOURS. OPA LOCKA.CLOSE TO SCHOOLS. SEE FINISH.ED .

MODELS, N.W. 154th ST., N.W. 17th AVE. GORGEOUS 3-B E D-

,I Tae splnaiac full akirt sad Mat ROOMS, CIRCULAR DRIVEWAY TO CARPORTE, REAR SCREENED

I I i fectioa bowUed of bodice a cottoa.auk Spa a eottoa.caady coa-.' FLORIDA ROOM, SEPARATE UTILITY ROOM, BUILT-IN G. E. OVEN

I I color is ased for the drew AND RANGE. 1 MORTGAGE. NO CLOSING COSTS. PICK COLORS.
and waite for tae
coatraat Itsa
i, feauala color sad a Oatteriac ONLY $995 DOWN.
cat a sweet cooler for a warn
s.a.ndl1.. Aad. if Ibis isa'tappetizJac
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to Sew" MeCalTa DELUXE DUPLEX
Pattern '$41$. Jtatior sizes ..15 HOME AND INCOME BROWN SUB SPECIALSee
f..4 Misses" size 10>it. Mi.T 1030. 1032 NW 55th St.
auk yow zipper applicaUoaeay. 5-bedrooms 2 baths CBS. New.
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I sad 2 house for price of one. Live In
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pfofesloaal, axe $2,000 Down
Taloa'a. aunreloos Made Zip one, rent in other helps to pay I ly painted inside and outside. 1
vita simple iaatractloaa .la each
Close to school, buses. CBS.
packac Taloa zipper are avail- off. 1 mortgage only. Close to mortgage. $90 month. Total
able ia 12" aid It etas closed Quiet area. Being
placket leafta. garage. school and buses. Furnished price only I $11,000 $1500 down
sold far below coat. Widow.
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Sacrificing. Beauty. See 1045 N.W. 55th Ter.
APTS. FOR RENT

Efflcltnc' 2.bedroom CBS. Close to 17th
Bedroom
2 Bedrooms "LIBERTY IV Ave. Bu and 54th St.Bus 'Total
11 CITY AREA .

act to Brand new 3-bedroom CBS price $11,000 $1500 down. 1
Rent Office New 3-bedroom Locka
CBS Opa
4190 N.W. 32nd AT. home. Shower doors, Venetian mortgage. $70 month pay all,
NW 154th St., off NW 17th Ave.
THE BEST includes
IN TOWN Ina. and tax.
blinds, utility room, close to
Save money $795 down $88 month. See
schools and buses It!
agent Sunday. Open 1-6 p.m.

$995 Down
LARGE BUSINESS LOT
Regulate. .
your own poe and
mile, by 'looking Into the large
1fI-:
200 170 feet
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mirror Ml'a .
e" huge studio'
camera. You no ,longer haw to
wonder how your pictures will For widow or couple. Small NEAR LIBERTY CITY Can build stores, units, church.
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come out
cute home... Partly ..furnished. Opa Locka. Close to 22nd Ave.
J. F. DEAL STUDIO 3 beautiful home CBS. 2.bed.

'307 N.W. 2nd Ave. ONLY $395.DOWN Bus, shopping. NW 24th Ave.,
Phone FR 43034KALO rooms, utility, I large bedrooms,
I NW 153rd St., NW 154th St.
$395 down. One mortgage. $60 dining room, Florida room.
Low down. Terms.
month. Total price $6,500. Closed garage. See us.

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