The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00232
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 17, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00232

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:Policeman Robbed of $15,000 Cash WITHOOT ADMITTED A

He was robbed "J $1:1: 000 cash McKnno was once a witneain Patrol for withholding information
a policeman: who one served a a boLta !investigation; against coccrninr the luinber," County Junior College- t
24-hcur ja. sentence ror Mng another (v.'reman who lost his ,, he reportedly' admitted. He was admitted seven Negroea to Whit f
under' a'h. .. ,,. bribe him
reported Monday l b ; "cmpT.nf to i
daunt fart-time basis at the eceprnittt
re-instated, but left' to join the on
n.ght and ar .ct ,ff.ccr He wag also .
of Initial actiovl
Patrolman toff duty ) RdmundMcK.nno
told Miami Robbery ..
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Squad detective that bot' a" makes it the ant junior
r Ln Best, a viattor from :'Naseau college to be integrated In the
were held up at 7J6 ,.IIL on a state.
Ak dark strec' in the norrbwe' sect Congo Soldiers Try to The seven students are Dernlce

n Lewis electronics engineering:
;! McK.nncy. a robtMt six-footer. WlHard Uowe. civil engineering;
c.d 'he money belonged to a Stanley Mckinney, pre-engi.
r.c') cou:-.n. T W T "Stokes* Lynch Lumumba nearing; Norw''od bean. pea
Johns n. ':e Mcr-ra.d Hotel ina was sent to him in check' la 4 .
l e nidvilk. The Congo Thompson, pre-med j
week to pjrrhas fumthinr fort Angry Concrete aokiien tried They are attending classes at
Nasu f....... .mf) which EIGHT NOWINTEGRATED twice to lynch Patrice Lumumba. the' Central Center" of the college- \
r Tiomp n built recently They .'er.wlat t lied first at 1781 NW Wth at, courses that
McKinney said he cashed the IN bv Congolese police of Col Joseph' are not available at the Northwestern -
Booker T Dunn well known check at the First Nation! Heitk )Mobutu the Con CO" emecjlnc' I Center, 7007 NW Jth
btu:ncss and teat:ash leader on Monday evvnrag He was .tre ,
rived last Saturday morning in carrying f 4.eee in *at) and *4 HOUSTON I -Kotbana! Koboma-! (Kill! ave.Dr
Jack, n Memor l Hospital tote bills in his peek at the ttww .f kill! the soldiers. shouted at the Williams Mid: "We want
Io1n a l lengthy tllno*.. Mr the robbery he Mid. and )Ileea.Thomson HOU8TO\J. -- Two more Negro dtoputcd premier a* he finally to give t> every student the opportunity
Dunns survived by W wife, ', etiauffpur. was carrying first traders. started. attendUNI ecpcd. panic stricken, from a to take the course heneeds.
Josephine two sister and one the other $1.$**... I claws u..c. at a cne- Vial to Camp Leopold II. ."
brother He had )set parked hit car .imP aU.*.hik> elementary .&cHeel.re Lumumba. has lost his> grip on The Nortmcatern Center h"fulltme a
Mr Dunn was the propoeior' of n+ar the home of has 'utrr. Mr .. pr vteuly. allwhitescboola many of his Congo folio era enrollment of 140 compared
the Dunn'a Hotel and several Ada DeVMttx .f Ti NW Sith I I I b Us military" and civilian. In a to 173' at Central Center.
other busifleesett in Miami and at he avid when two men. with i tight. against Irn idcnt Joseph The president explained that It.
cities in Florida. He WM aloof one hotgu, and alert stockings over' T'httwu. made a t.l.1 l of e4 htNrgruee KasMwftHi. and Mt4nitu, lanky is n t economically feasible to
the tee>> fraternal leaders -a tenor faces .held him up. frisked" : In wrat uMM the fall 29-yeer-ohi army chief of staff. duplicate every offering aU....
the state At the Hone of dU he hut took the wad f money and w r. previ tasty all*w4ttte.choow.! ; smaller center"
heW the po 44ea of District Deputy hiss, "OIf.4vty" 3t caliber .***... Slept John W McParlend Mid -- -- .-
I fee Elk of tk* Miami. He Mid one at than hit him over additional! adm.wton of Negroes The seven students are taking
area the shoulder: with the btttt .f U. nut e".p* his st a4 knocked. him Intrgration began. tat seek in integration No tfteidf'ft"" and commuting three mile
Funeral will be hW Setvrdar to the ....... H"uct<>n ch olt under federal have occurred. away, to Central for the rest.
at 3 p-an at Greater Bethel AME _.
Chw ii, U 4.. the. dfeccttea" of knew I war a Iretks.rtdt --- --- ----

the M S Alien Funeral Hwne ........ one fit th+w kept sat.04.Get TURN
with the Rev S. A Cousin. pM- hw fun'! Get hi* gu.'!' Me- .
tor offjci.tiB< The body will be Kmny riyorU'd.Mm .
In repose at his h..rte, 10M NW Gretal l Ttiompe a, wife of
3rd ave from 2 pjn Friday ua- hr ownrr of UM hotel! Mid thatthe "It's Better to Die on Your Feet
til I 8 30 pm. The body will then money' had bn ...t to Mc-
be at Greeter Bethel. Cfcurcfe 8W Kmney.but they .ere supposed
Frday evening until I funeral time.All u> ithdrew the money cay:
!to creeks for Butcha***." Than Live Your
fraternal orcaMcetkm will In 1M9 MeKiSMey decried that on Belly" :
hold their Mat ntuaUaUc rte" "
He had MM! he would Me" evea)
Friday n4 iH at Greater Betfcei. with a Miasma ictieel. teacher
The order ta at foil ws: The Elks M1 rc .e hr wa .....," when BY ELLIOTT J. PIEZC"To I i titan to live a million years 'ward T Graham former president
followed" by the Love and Cfertty be arrested, tier on a charge of got tin jut done, we must i crarwling on your belly" of the NAACP. The occasion
and finally the Masons drunken dr.v .ng HI" waf'v<>n no turn back, we'll go t> Jail I Those are only a fa* of the many was a special mass meeting
Following the service the body a J.l1! term u< 24 h urs by cat,. ,rid r-! if nT r4iJv de. f..}r :t fiery statements made Thursday. held for the defense c4 Rev.
will;] be shipped t Duuglas. Ga fudge AlberDubt.n: for lying: ..- !je"rr o d.r a thj-jsand death nuht at Mt Zion Baptist Church Graham and Kr Theodore R.
for total ritATTY under oa'A > .' t rib:; n your feet as a man The sfxrakcr was the Rev Ed- Gibson president of the NAACP-;::
A large crowd was pn.n00
witness the occasion.fexNufcin .

-i How Does* It. n reel the to subject be Sentenced rf

I We Win Swimming Pool Rights IWv Graham to Six gave Months a comprefien In Jail..*

Alve history of the Negro An hi*
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FEDERAL JUDGE fight t r his rights" and privileges

ruU bresi weil-eelabliaked. .. I be segregated to in the south over the years. Hermphaurd ..
LOWERS BARS C affecting assay WNt g'taaditfa. had an faduty 1 can as the facthat ".. 'lIPHn't
ctictea that IM laz-sulr ried I creed <-r fIfIJw.
Federal Judge &nett Cfeoate The auit WM filed lal Oct turn back_now.. we must goon
Monday ruled that the City of tr tw ,........ Aae e4. Mum cann t bar Negroes fromCityoperated the Advinfiemm of Col! red rlgbl to Ilnd m." 4
Manor Park G E Leading up to his dramatic
tkrougA Attorney
Lunch Counters dame. the Alt Zion pastor
Sw.mm.ng Per:::: Grave I It Tampa ;'
It wag ttc f..rr fedcra! court t Only Manor Park "I t 1100 VWMtli quoted thewell known spiritual
I Children-
son* -Walk Together
at wa, tans.-nl'd.n<< the
c.'I and added the fact that by walking -
I suit or tfc e oeicr.Irnically .
together we can win anv
M : Maser Pack ::. 'o-I Open to NegroesTAMPA battle we choose, but separata .
gated oc JAW that was owned lose"
a we *ill surely
by Ne roiH far more then 40 Rev Graham dOlled his damn(
fonts before the city took it 12yearsato address: by( stressing the fact
i Ie a e .d* matter suit NegTM were
that "There's to .f leadership
: a )c
thear luftest counters.
to buiM a acfcooi and park torwhite served at dowBtewn Tampa lunch kM
h of the Negro ol this am to
*. e _t.rs tMs week awfeg WithV'tUt.e uit do .
One source rod activi44e, were done Fr. Gibson and I a .
of The cadet BO doubt toot for. oiatflmera There were noNegrues part of a "eoiMreUed PI'..great"In ttUa Job and what bectmes. of u' .
the oefcer. Ave amuawic] pa oil. tliduJIINeMI. which small groups of Negroes in so dotn& U in the hat'ds oCAbnighty :
Only ...... Iaa1c Po .i at $W were to order food at the previously God.- ,
$tll Me and lied at. is very were served at lunch white only counters The Also peaking on ThuAtdaynight's
near a heavily populated Mean counters in Madtmn's Drug action was to take piece at normally program wa Fr. Gih lOA
area lit ore WsIgrcaW% Wools t.. slack n ur Fr Gibe n got off to a. v, yenihutUstk '
The Mtatn: City Cnmmiseiap isSplit Nt'"WbeI'ry'lt' and Maa Br titers in beginning by leadl&'f
on wh-thrr <>r "t t ::t' ,, .h..- heart ,.t downt'fwn on Wede Store operators reportedly (In the siflfiag of "Treedom." It. t
O E. CRAVES the oVo ion. > d*I> On Thursday 13 moren joined ,n ue afre....."" to Ivaerthe
Another Victory Mayor R'JUP JCng Hgh: said %AHres apeoed ip I segregation. bars (continued on pace 13) )

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GOV. COLLINS Driver License Now


BUNCHE PARK ELEM. i ; 2S8* NW 82nd St. Be

The faculty and PTA presdtnt,I I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA not sorry. Liability auto tnmanct sate..

Howard. Coachman are urging all 17 1960 Justice paid a rare financed on law months
parent and friends to cores out tribute here Tuesday to pairof REAL
Monday night Sept 19 at 8:00 to I i Negro prisoners in the Naples OX ESTATT
our Initial PTA meeting. "Let us I
have a axtccessful school year by DUNBAR ELEMENTARY I 200 Freshmen at City JaiL
.. Collins Mayor -..
t'kM together. I Cov y
.... J. Vickers, reporter Hurricane Donna brought some BethuneDr. I' Francis Ford and City Judge New WFEC Schedule
"Sylvia Lambert, principal 374 evacuees for a 23 hour perl- I Harold. S Smith held a quickspecial
lod to the Dunbar Shelter on last I William A. McMillan dean- I court session to pardon EFFECTIVE JULY 12th
AX. LEWIS ELEMENTARYA. Friday night and Saturday: morn registrar of Bethune-Co kman j, the two men who helped are MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
ing. James Kirnes of cur faculty I College announced that more lives f women and children dur- 330 un. tOO a.m.-
L. Lewis School opened Its I served as Shelter director.' His than 220 freshmen and new students ing Hurricane Donna. Gospel BUM Boy
door on Sept 6 with an enroll able assistants were Nurses E. are registering for the tOO to 11 a.m.-TP the DJ
ment of 578 pupils, which has increased Haywood and Smith; OrderlyD. 1960-61 school term Dr McMil Willie novd. 22. Naples. and 11:00 un. 1 p.mEd Cook
to date to 605. There are I Foster Jr..; Custodian Thomas lan stated that a preliminary Bobby Otis McNeal. SO, Tarpon 1:00 to 2 pjn. -Gospel B Boy
17 classroom teachers and a com- '; Morris; PTA representative, H. I check indicated that students are Spring, were credited with rescuing 2:00 to 4 p.m.-Ed Cook
plete fers'nnel: staff of 33. Mrs. i Murray; cafeteria Worker E. in attendance from 16 states including half a dozen children and 4:00 to 7:15 pjn -TJ the tW
Walton Y. Robinson the princi- ,! Laroada, and Officers Myles, Calif mia, Texas, wor.en' from chest deep floodwaters 5:15 530: p.m.-Jim Red Vewi
pal. Introduced the following now j! Br oks, Jones and Matthews Louisiana, Indiana and New The group -was Isolated SATURDAY
staff members Robert II. Saun- I Coming to us this :year but York. Freshmen Week Activitieswill aboard a drmvned-out city fire 5:30: to 9 ajn. Sat Spirituals
ders of Florida City is the educa- definitely not as harbingers of end on Wednesday, Sept 14 truck while being transferredfrom 9:00 to 2 p-m.--Ed Cook
caticnal television teacher, formerly Donna are the following neophyte when all freshmen are requiredto the police station to a Redc 2:00 to 7:15 p-m TJ the DJ
of Middleton High; Miss Ru-.I teachers.' Clara Alexander take the freshman examina : ss shelter in 60 mile wind 5:15 to 5:3o-Jlm Reid Newt
dell Blake of Goulds, a recent Fisk 60), Sarah Miller and tions.
FAMU graduate k librarian;I, Cora Grace Culver (Bethune : Boyd was serving 80 days and SUNDAY
Mrs. Wylamerle G. Marshall of '60), and Matthew LawrenceFla. New students will register on i MoXeal 30 days for being drunk 5:30: a.m. to 12 nOOD12 -.
Richmond Heights a forme dean ( Nrmal '60); also Anna Wednesday, Sept 14 and fmm and disorderly."I to 3 pjnv Blanche Callovty
Grace Sweeting, experienced the records in the DeanRegistrar's 3:00 to 7:15 p.m.-Tntnc Jam
at Normal and
of women Georgia
teacher from A. L. Lewis. Substituting office indicatt ns are that congratulate you cn the LATEST RADAR WEATHER
Industrial College, as well as an f r Mesdames Hendon thifl will be a banner year for spirit you've shown" said the REPORTS ON TirE HOUR AND
assistant in the special educationdepar'
and Hence, both on maternity I Bethune. governor as he shook the men'f HALF HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY
Columbia UniverIty.
rent at hands. "I h : it will inspire you
leave, are Mesdames Qut*'n Hall ce
is the teacher of special adJustment -
and Chrystelle Roacj. Our staff Debbie's Playground *o youll have no further trouble
students: Mrs E. Cornell "
welcomes Mft=dames Thelma *sth the law.
u, of Kansas City and Homestead
School and
Air Pringle, Dunbar graduate and Nursery
Fcroe Base is TV aide;
Geraldine Ellis (office); Moses
Vivian D. Payton Richmond Hts KindergartenBack
Kendrick (cust"dlan) and Mrs
and former ETV aide is the
secretary Laura Scanes (cafeteria.) LIVE IN THE FINEST
; Mrs. Annie McCollum Donna cancelled the 8 to School Pegstrstlon
t Truer assistant of
manager meeting scheduled for Ft. Lud- begins August %2.
Yank C. Martin Elementary islb I erdale of the Florida Council on Give :your child the best in education ADULTS ONLY
new cafeteria manager.We Elementary Education of which under guidance. H t meals! 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.
and Insured
our principal |IS state chairmanand transportation included. -
have been visited by our 4800 NW 24th court.
school nurse, Mrs Edith Norris. 'ur curriculum Ritant..
Phone NE 5-8052. NE 4-8315
New first have Mrs. Alice' Jonr. Hawkinj is a
< graders been sufficiently You may also contact Perry's I
member of the State Steering
screened and with the Florist f'r information at FR
vlgtr and vim exhibited by forager committee. I 4-120S. S2. ENROLL NOW IN "

pupils we are looking forward Scevia Adams promising young

W.to a banner :year. daughter of our principal left on FAMU Extension SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOL :
Y. Walton, principal
the heels of D nna for Tuskcgee
11. O. McKinney, reporter her dad's alma mater where she Classes Open Sept. 24 For a Life Long Profession "
will begin the long preparationfor

Attention Parents! a career in medicine All persons interested in enrolling Florida's Oldest Reliable and Complete School ;
Register your child at Peter- Chcrrye Ann Milk.*, singing in the extension classes ,
daughter of the best ETV aide offered by Florida A and M University ,-
Nursery School, 2337 NW S FR 4-9998
1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue
where. Mrs at the
Dth at., phone NE 5-4381. Hot any Chcrrye Mills Miami Center located -
meats and transportation provid 801<<, who won hon rs at Knox- at the Booker T. Washington w :yctic .,
YUle College as a freshman last High Sch o) are asked <
ed.Ten years of pre-ch training year takes her talent and ability meet promptly at 9 o'clock Saturday
experience. Helen. Martin- to Paul Quinn College, where she morning Sept 24 for registration
Peterson has a complete scholarship tr for classes Mr Norwood -
supervisor. S24
the completion of her college extension head FAMU and
BETHUNE work. his assistant will process r* tstratlon FORSALEHarmar
Happy. hairy day \mnd.t1Franklin and collect fees for rame
first assembly program of and Inn Johnson are on Saturday morning Oct 1 A,
the year was held last week with back with u. aga.n Mi* Frank- usual classes in education m
Mrs Nellie B. Wilder, chairman lin's m.ther is still convalescing bath undergraduate and graduate
of the assembly committee pre- in Aberdeen Mix., from a levels mar be offered For fur Inc. Offers in Richmond Hts.
siding. It was during this time Christmas day stroke; Mrs. John ther Inform tlon contact Mrs
that Mr. Cogdell personally welcomed son's baby daughter is the joy Pearsal! at PL 9.2727.Regulate 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH HOMES
the entire student body and p rtd e of the entire Mt- ,
and introduced" the new members Kinney-Jonnson families.
of the faculty. Summer rcht>ls attracted Sal- your own pose and Wood Floors Enclosed Garage
lie Gates (Temple U.; Earl Fin- smile, by locking Into the largo
Bethune lost another of its co- ley (Atlanta U.); Betty Bur- mirror on Dl'a huge studiocamtra.

workers Mrs Angenora Paschall roughs. Delores Bethel and Jefferson You no longer have to Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.
who is now serving as curriculum Reaves (FAMU); Paul wonder How your picture will
assistant at Holmes Elcmen- Joseph and Jame. Kirnes (Fla. como out.
tary acho. Congratulations are Normal and Richard Cook and Models:
extended to Mrs. Paschal upon Bragg Turner (N. of Denver) J. F. DEAL STUDIO

her appointment First cruUcv to Nassau were 307 N.W. 2nd Av*. Corner Boggs Drive & Monroe St.
by Maud ElliY: n in early Phone
Our school nri, used as a hurricane August and by Alice Hawkinj FR 4-3034

center last week when the latter part of August.Sad Ora D. Taylor Agent CE 5-4246
Donna struck in this area. Fortunately notes included the deathof ,
Betbune didn't utter Frank Allgood. father f I
any damage as a result of this Cleophus Allgood of our hen
hurricane. Thanks were extended ty. Mrs. Rubye Collier World,
tj the various organiztion which one of our permanent substitutes KALO ORIENTAL
participated in structuring the underwent surgery and lengthy SPIRITUAL PRODUCTS
headquarters. hoapitalirati n. She has returnedto
Parents are urged to attend the her home but we continue to Incana. 8hum>A (Incense Stick) Rx For Your Life"Take

first PTA meeting which date show our concern for her wel. Anointing oil, etc. etc
will be announced in the near fare b th as a family unit and as

future. individuals Prof. M. KazimOF one brimming irlaa of glowing health three
Presently there
enrolled at Bethune.are 9d8 pupils -- ( INDIA) times a day Here is a prescription every doctor

Walter C Cogdell principal MIAMI TIMES ADS 212.15 94th Avenue would like to write and every pharmacist would like

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Glen Cove NY Roy Cam- i Mrs. Camptnella. opposed to a Consideration for the children
THAT .- panella has decided to drop ac- separatico of a divorce .aid eamI was the reason CampaaeU tae
t.cn for a l legal separation' from I panella's charges were a figmentof for the I'<<'ODCUJat1cD.We : .
his wife the fohmer baseballstar the his imagination. both think n> tail tar
By RUtH ... OOLITE said Tuadajr. I the children fct smid. ntSi

"""VV"A_ __.."',g. VV !'S ""' Campanula, paralyzed frtn an prayer and faith I betler w* can
the tie that held
NEED CASH pick up once us
automobile accident 2H
THE MAGIC WORD. A years 10 closely t grthe!."
charming old gentleman used to planned program and tea at the I!, ago had announced' last Aug. 11
church. The inimitable Principal'Charles he was seeking a separation from $25 to $600PL8.3653
drop in at an antique shop to sell For Rent
merchandise. One day after he I L. Williams will be featured !,I his wife Ruthie after 13 yean of
left the antique dealer's wife as guest speaker. Please marriage."I SinfU or!I) aid circle the date. Sept 25 cant take It any more, the
she wished they had told on your N.W. SECTIONNo
one-tkne catcher of the Brooklyn
him hcrw much they enjoyed his
visits. Dodgers"" MId at the time. "She i ChOdrwiPhone
The husband replied. "Next HAPPY BIRTHDAY GREETINGS hasn't been a good mother. She 6105 N.W. 7th Are.
time let, tell him so.* to Harold S. Jenkins Mrs. wouldn't cook. Some nights absd'can't 1 NE 4- 125
come home at alL"
The following Queen' H. Williams the mother of i
summer a
came in and Introduced youngwoman Marguerite Miller Sept. Id: Paul "I-"!> _ _!I. -
herself' as the daughter of t h e Kendrick Jr. Georgia Waiters, I
salesman. Her father she said met J hnson Josephine Punter,
had died. Peggy Harri. Dolores A. Turmr
Then the wife told of the coa- Evangeline Clark. Sept 16; Margaret
versaUtn she and her husband Reynold Yvonne Howard
had had after her father's last Sopt. 17; Othella J tsnson Melba: SPANK BRAND NEW
visit James.' S c*. 18: Elizabeth Russell .
The visitor's eye filled wit| h Ann M. Coleman Jerone
(ears. NHow much good that Rutherford Sept; 19; Edna J .
would have done my bUW'tS"Ihe Williams Arkmiitha Wallace! ,
exclaimed. "He was a man Hester Rivers Beatrice J, hnson
who needed to be reassured he Sept 20 Gusnie J. Ervln Mary: Brown Sub Area
was liked. Dixon, Betty Wood Inet Foster
"Since that day" said the shop Sept 21.THOUGHT. -

(owner "Whenever I think something
particularly nice about a FOR THE WEEK-
person, I tell him. I might never Heaviness! in the heart of man:!
have another chance." maketh it stoop: but a food w rd
maketh it gladBible.CATHOLICS _
There is indeed the magic of
gladness in a merited word of ARE ANNDELLAPARTMENTS
praise and an inner joy In the
one who remembers t speak it ASKED TOSUPPORT
whenever the opportunity comesOf '
such was the ca.'e when 'SITINS'Chicago
: The National) Ca'h-!
minister of music of the St John olte Conference for Interracial: )
Baptist Church gave recofnht n Justice has urged R C"l'loli
man ; -
to all who composed" the foar
to take part !in Vit-ins"
choirs under her" direction during .
and "other forms of
I pace.ful
the annual Choir Day Cele-
protest" against rac.a>
segret.on. -
braWn Aug. :3 Especial recog. I .
nitton was given these who have
The conference' also urged
rendered service over the years. President 'endr
to an
Among the many were MrsFRANKIE ,
to dfecrtoiiiMtion fn( the ad
was ministration of federal aid and
awarded a placque for 38 years asked .
Congress teg'ili'.on
to pus
ofdnotf'd If'"fxe..In.. I lEUGEYTA '[outiawtac racial di crim.na'.Dr, in .
B THOMAS was r> hsatng.P _
honored in the 13 year service' reuidtait of the conference la
group. Congratulations and a\\ Dr. John J O'Connor Wash :.
bouque cf choice hibiscus to ton. D C and
vice president 4s
b-uwree.. Mrs Dunn and the R. Sarfecnt Shriver Jr, pres.dent :>
1 Bedroom
pertorn.w, Tbedford Johnson. I of the and Chicago brother, Board.n-aw f Education O. Apts.

PX>ML Mrs A M COLEMAN Sea John F Kennedy I
left' Thursday morning fOf'I .
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Baltimore guest : of and Mr'< and Washington the Palm Mrs Beaches JAMESOOLEMAN as the POLICE SHOT BY OFFICER : Smill Iv/Wif/' Home/ike/ AfMfSpiire

The Coleman are the rwrrin*
and niece of the late Rev Cote- MISTAKEPolice
man. They win return to the in two hrerks Ttij trip was given I Officer Howard hw s. FREE Water FREE Gas
to Mrs. A M Coleman as a 45 was ah t in the left shoulder
birthday present which will be Fr.day n'.git' by a man: w1 c; -
celebrated on the Itth.nuE."fDS ed him to invwtigate a pocsJ: :e

OF ZETA. Zeta break Poke!-in.held police Eddie Mid Lwnpk n 44 : Plenty Parking; Spice targe, Airy Rums

Amec4a. heM their first meeting of .W NW Sad ('t. f>r nvr--::
of the year M-ndlY evening at gation Police Mid Kew, was :n-
the home of president MaydcU ve Bra yon. Plans were formulated Umtvhoreman'* Bar. tfifl VW 8'h NO DEPOSITS
to launch their community activities $t when he WM wounded I
and project, and attend Lumpkin Mid he wa rand'ngguard '
the Rnrfonal Meeting which will inside the tavern when he
be held in Tampa during the .heard someone btf'aknr: .n do I'
Thanksgiving season.Officers called folice and card ho sLaws .!1' locution SchoolsCases/ SunsAll
are Meidames FrankVShxmake. : accidentally' Convenient -
Ant vice president: I
AthaHe Range, second' vice; Ernestine ; -
Davis, secretary; Edna APTS. FOR RENT
Alexander assistant secretary' ; This For Just
Albertha" Carey treasurer Dorothy Cfflcltnck
Baker reporter' Sallie Dudley BedrooM I
chaplain: Lenora Johnson, 2 D.d.e.ns
public relations director. I i : Per-Week
Other members' present were ao to $16,5
Mesdames Ina BJaekshear. Caro- Rant OfTlct'
line Morley. Willie Mae Heastie. 4190 N.W. 32nd Are. I j Plus/ 7.1
Rose PortJer.
:Zeta PM Beta Sorority chapter THE BEST IN TOWNMIAMI
sponsors: who will help to coordinate : -
activities and render aU iava mangy
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tance to the group' are Mrs. John
Pinrkncy and Mrs Robert Jones
and Mrs L. E. Thomas TIMES ADS

Sunday at 4 pm Greater DONT COST THEY PAY Agent on duty to .how apartment

Bethel AME Church's Usher13nard CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY
NO 3 will sponsor a well I

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Brandt at 1112 N.W. Third Ave. Miami Florida-Phon* FR J-22J4 ff
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a* Second (7a.s. Matter. tncnM 0. un:. at the Poet Office I
at Miami. Florid, urnler the art net March H, IflTfl I
"t'iu<:I"' (U.' THK :>K:(2IIO PltKSH"
nile XKCHIO PIIKSS brllrtr tluit AiiM-rtrm run 14 lr..\ the world .
from rril and national antagtonlMn* when ll nrrt-rtU to etery man
reffardlfM+ of trace, color or rrri. ..I. hl.. human and legal right Hating

,o man fearing no man-tlte \rcrn I'rrn..tritrn to ....Ir e'ery mAlt
'In the firm belief that all men are hurt *. I..nc.* anyone l- held
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Florida's Kovernor-elect, Farris Bryant has now completed .. -
his platform for the November election. While -
there must be an election because! of our two-party system I nation The independent of Ghana. Guinea We-t and African Liberia -- -- -- Summer Bermuda

in Florida, the Republican opposition in Florida is so I show much interest m receiving -
weak that we can speak of Farris Bryant as our next gov tourist trim the United PHIL OSSOFER Shorts DanceThe
States ace rdra n an Ethiopian
ernor.There AirliiK survey The vt waf SAYS: Royaltons Invite you to
are 15 planks in the platform released by the ntade by a grotf from the airline their Summer Bermuda Short
governor upon which he says all Democratic nomineeswill which wceftUy rove*tI//,sted i Dance at the Club Cafe Society.

run for office. facilities for the new Ea t-Wet Tre world is a garden, and we Thursday. Sept 22 from 10 pen
Two of the planks most interesting to us are the tranucontinenul' route aero ahuahandmtn.! have been road until Admiukm 75 cents advanceand
the door Free
Africa north of the Bquat rwfeioa lie ft0 artfc. Thu. far w* have $1.000 at
State Rights and Segregation. I Ethiopia Airiin will I allowed. the wends f freed' prejudice tables and do.-r prizes.
On State Rights the governor said : launch tht, Fall. and elftihne choke out
"The federal government has no right to control the DC- I the muttieo1 std beauty of' ur Junior College Team
The of the Ethiopian
educational of to tight for the crew God-vtven garden The time ha
GB which (*es down on arveyN obnoxious To be "Falcons"A
bent come to tHili: out all
continuation of segregation as in the best interest hhown above Thy are Cap
weeds. that our gatn may new college with a new set
of both races. At the same time we stand steadfastly for taro G K Hills and AlemaycttaAbebe. I lHann. come the ,garden of world bf'-I of colon and a new! nickname al'

the maintenance of law and order and will not tolerate ., First flight Officer eAffeneer Berne John Mak- :. In vkfeuch al! may grew *<** chosen ,I" the moat democratic
violence in form." ,n harmony' Then we tfcali reflect uay p **i*>le by the ant clau
any onaen and H<*WN At eth Bke4e. the garden of I
The platform invited other sections of the nation to Margaret Mahrt and Mary Fans heaven the n beauty earthIn II of This student wa! the aim of the Dade

join with Florida in a return to government by "the taye The purvey party tnclutk-d "M J'O'htJf1 of tttia garden, : County Junior College and the
states' rights" philosophy.It Captain Hills who Customer H> the airline'sehief Service the de f -riioted weds of Mregati I II goal WM aoc< pilot. I .n must be pulled out. It utlwte rwultaannounced Uw week
is well known that the governor L* a segregationist. Director Charles Syktv. GeneralSate
I weeds whirh keep the different the flrr
In informal poll
Segregation was one of his planks in the primary, so it i* Manager Roger E. Chatc colored f.."wers of humanity freshman an cla voted owrwhekninfly -
hardly news to find him carrying this issue down to the Jr. and Communications Superintendent frtwn mterm.ngknc and becomimr for school c colors of pastel
wire. Ntcb .las Cundum I a garden of beauty andlove blue and white and the nickname

However, in Florida our governor and other office The party vWted Laps and ) To S\lt"Cft6ful: complete& X the Falcon, accordingt
Kano in Nwvrta. Accra in Gha.I I I hw arduous but neveiwary tack< Dr Jack Netcher. rector 01atb1d
holders for whom we voted, must not forget that there na. Rob< are also some integratlonUts and both governor and legislators LtbtTia. and Conakry to GUaca. our own mind these weed into the uniforms t
are also their representatives. The Am new hotel tn Accra I Ahtch chow off the thoughts of the intercollegiate teams and will
In Miami and some other Florida cities a little progress and Monrovia were especially unity and .l"vr" fur ur Mlowmee. be worn for the first tune when
n ted IVndMHt delt\rry M Itotlf It as only m." *> purged that the bfekttball squad goes into
has been made its integration and even if our governor it* IMA Buvw< 72ti ii Kt air.IIHT can brtnc into fruition the lovely ac .D.
is a segregationist we make bold to say that we cannot .. Elhiuptan Airline i,ans to garden of world peace.Surely Jim" barley basketball coacn
believe that he will take retrogressive t'tl'ltA| in tin use DC-6H on the new route even th<* of the South aid MThvdulewill be printed as
direction for state. which Mill link Ethiopia the an- -bUM minds are clogged with won a* details are firmed' uv.
our great Cent "Land. of the Qotvn of the weedrf segregation desire with present. plans calling for *
Other planks include industry, economy, governmental Sk ba," tQ Ghana, Guinea Liberia world peace Let ur pray that t&i,,a reorganization and conl'titutional'ision.. and |.-+riaet. a Uvrr West African they will reeogn.c the importance letfe throughout Florida.
tif' rmauvirl th H deterrents banner
countries. At VC.-t. fU:toU L'.tKnatciv.; 1)11outfIts. -
between Cast and West Africa to our great goat! Bv casv.ng: 'ickcr and other rcga."aa :
NAACP WINS AGAIN I u'. PM"U included, their long ,
mut' be made via Eurutn withctanatertwns o* a*"a abe
,, h rTanluurtor ..d trad.'i n> ,J sir... r.tand I
NAACP attorney G. 1-:. Graves chalked up another Athene The Paris airline rvcetvt .nf-r.or\ t fir\ w.i! c:ra: away: ''I

victory this week when Federal Judge Emmett Choate m4nagem ' 4' .ra1t !. uf w 'rd pi 1 e frsDi :
ruled that Miami cannot bar Negroes from city-operated TrailV r.d Airt.nesBEST ; .
i t. Nti n>:: n f i b. urr
Manor Park swimming pool located at 1300 NW 50th St'l'

The case was filed last October. There are six segregated

Municipal pools but Manor Park was the only one DEAL IN TOWN
mentioned in the case filed. 2 Bedroom Apartment

Reacting, Mayor( Robert High said a survey will be 2 Entrances LADIESSHOES

made to determine what extent the neighborhood would Your Own GardenNo 1952 N.W. 52nd St.

be changed from White to Negro before a decision for appeal CrowdingNew $595 Down $75 Month

is made. Paint' Job Very large 2-bedroom on
The mayor tut *d further that it had been wcll established Inside and Outside CANCELLATIONSAND 75 x 110 landscaped lot.

that in legal circles no tax-supported facilitycan SECONDS Large screened porch one
be segregated as to race creed or color. Opposite N-rw Christian Hospital mortgage payment. Total

Differing from Mayor( High are Commissioners B. E. 3200 N.W.17th St. NE "..un price only $10,500.

Hearn and Henry U Balaban who favor an appeal. Ilaln- Come out.. and look-get free gift. 561 N.W. 29th St.
ban said the city was in the process of creating new pools --- --

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acid "if Negroes refuse to negotiate and wait for their church in Arkansas fur 11'. years lie still wits he Beautiful 1760 1762 2-bedroom N.W. 50th CBS

own pool I will advocate turning it over to them and not schools and speaks to students. hardwood
build any more swimming pools anywhere. Fr. Uoker mentions that he still has a letter writtenby duplex with tile roof, kit

James Hilton director of welfare and recreation' had the late James McGraw; Reeves (Yi Editor's uncle) in floors furnished monthly *
1899 whit wan the principal of the first school he attended.lie chen. $2,500 down,
this to say : "I will not permit integration of Manor( Park arranged.
pool unless I am ordered to do so by City Manager( Melvin value thin letter because it encouraged him to persevere payments to be
Reese." until his goal was reached. =_-= __.:::::=:a=-=

If an appeal is made, it will just be a matter of put lie sends his regards to friend and acquaintances in

ting off the decision for awhile and as Commissioner Florida. Hi address in 701 South S*'\enth St., Muskogee. Duplex
751 761 N.W. 53rd St.
Oklahoma. -
Joseph Dumond puts it, "a waste of city money. Very nice bedroom duplexon

THE GABRIEL FAMILY 60 x 162 landscaped lot.

AN OLD ACQUAINTANCEIn The Miami News' Florida Living Magazine of Sunday $2,000 down $96 monthly.

our mail this week comes a letter from the Rev. Sept 4 carried a moat interesting story of the life of Total price only $14,000.

Augustus C. Roker retired priest of the Episcopal Robert Gabriel l Jr., and family of 1732 N'W 59th Street. It -- -

Church in Muskogee, Oklahoma. lie writes that St. Phillips was written by Mac Smith. Gabriel i* a probation officer CASH FOR YOUR LOT

a Mission he started in 1910 with one member is now with the Dade County Juvenile Court, and one of Miami's r----x. -

celebrating its 50th anniversary- He is thankful that the outstanding young men.

Lord has spared his life to see the growth of this church.Fr. If you have not read this story, you have miNed a PL 7-8458 283 NW 79th St.PAGE .

Roker retired in 1951 after serving as pastor of a real good one. t


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........,. .........,.,.,..........., v. ........ ..-A.................. ....N.J. f I IPrewott
Davit, ton of the late from the National. BarUIL"t' .
.e dOts Davis and Mrs. M. Davis ventien in PhtiadelphTa .
arrived from Nassau Bahamas Br run will be guest
Sunday enroute t Nova Scotia, Sunday morning at Ebenezer' M.
Canada. lie will take a course in Church NW 3rd avr and 'lith at.
i Civil Engineering at Arcadia Rev Aaron D. Hall Ufor.
a 4 College and will take further i i
studies at McGill' University Abram (Baby) Henderson, w+sll ...
Mr. Davis stopped over a few then visited her son-in-law and
hours to see his sister Mrs. FAde er returned to the city following
Mae Baptiste of Opa Lock and a m nthfe vacation in Detroit
tom 4, his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs.E with hH brother Dr. A. B. Hen
E. Davis. lie I left n Sunday derson. Henderson has already
night He js studying under a five begun his music classes at 737
year scholarship awarded by the NW 3rd ave. Parsons interestedIn
Bahamas government.Mrs. piano or organ can see lien.derson .
at the above address any
Ann Smith, a member of week day fr m 2 to 7 p.m.
Greater Bethel AM Church, has
returned to the city after an extensive William Henry Bethel Post No.
and enjoytble vacation 21 American Legion, Is urgingall
I Mrs, Smith, who "-vo. a delegateat veterans In the Richmond
% the state Laymen Meeting in Heights area to Join the post and
&. Panama City, reported that the help make the community: a bet
i Laymen c nvcntkm was well attended ter place: to live. S::cial affair j
ift*' :'Je1 and spiritually high She are held each Saturday night at
W.. I I then visited her son-n-law and the center < r at the home of a
I dausfcter. Mr and Mrs Willie L. member Further informationmay
I I Coi'pcr. who are employed at be obtained. by contacting
I J Jacatoon County Training Scho 1 J set* Steward commander of
i 1 m Mariana, a* physical educationand I Edward Manna Jr or Murray
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business' teachers Mrs. James JrArchie.
Pictured above pre the new orors of chal,1. Nicks Dean of Puedjree*. Smith attended" the Trt-Staic

Alpha Delta Chapter of the National' meeting in Texas a* house guest Moore
8.attt Soror Eloise ,lrook
SuprenM.Soronty of BfetM and Mm W F Ball ,
of Phi Delta Kappa (toP\(
: of the National Sorority, During her visit she was the recipient KO's DallasHeavyweight
Reed M. Nixon, E. Wooten. 140 FarringGrammalcun of many c urtft"" extended
ton and H. Johnson. ,A hearty welcome! i M extended to all new by Kev Ball Jr. Kv and 1

W. Uhetta. L Davis. N. I'aa'hors.. Mrs Carter of St. Luke AME
Bottom : : DALLAS, Tex World Light tl
Church. Dallas. Rev and Mrs
-.-- G btIon. Rev and Mm Johnson Heavyweight Champion Archie
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Mo re battered George Abinet.Dlla .
Mr and Mrs Matthews Proto
A Note of Thanks Yancy. IVesident and Mrs John heavyweight ,into a bloody
huNt in three rounds Tuesday
1 Adams and other kind
To rm man fn *tdi*, I wish to many night and won the scheduled 10-
friends vi the 10th Etc pal
exprec my sincere thanks and round Affht on a teachnical KO.
RE55 jr aiprceiaUvB' for the telephone District. A slentk-r crowd f l.OUO turned .

rail, get wvtl card, and prayersof out to watch the aging Moor,
The Kev II W. Brown
all of you during ny iilneMSicned I pastor hose ut nent lo ked older
cf Bethel Church. Nassau
; : BaptM than he did. whip Abinet to afraszlr
Hr, l.ivingJtt Adder'! returned to Miami this week

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THE KING O'Heart, .ptta Far'. nc'ta>> L n pr..gtr"
a Stella card for the .! Be,.. dca.,ncr and mud ..r
The singing, swinging Y-rk wi.. Oc *..IUS
formerly A uh Cab "
vale and recent. app'' MARION STATEN and Son i. C:
Frank Sinatra and Dinah and Abra) returned from

TV 4, S.wtaad: the Phil rw York Munday Muse
Hams thv Caribbean and RuiUNbjr and Johnnie
Baker band u really haw M t their wedding
boa f r entertainment l) for Get 8 *t Greater Kethel
,ou11 be glad you did. h Harvey Cold Cut. .
etc. etc i J Mes eat a t Jcr J t
casualty 1M er' ek! "
CHARMING Cynthia .
co line on a filler4iile uryia
e+titrated leer natal day cline turne sloe.. atmttetia tt% I
Haal $=gt. II Altar ,.. same band. 1M ,.., .... a talc >
ty Cray crowned cloche ;fr through the pakn lust
h"nt.M4 she's at the .. btu When it ra.n. etc.1
UMf1.lt barthday party (
a dillyi ** l so *e 4t* { '
) a letlar ttam #***
friends are tuJ J talking .> Dc.._. gave thw trw (]t
AD ume Tat and t scare they. ev_ had Water |
Kispatrick llift-1) nisi 12t rationed in the lalaarf city. Rttt ,
fuvenary el t .*auon wa .. ad IX midwght Ie 1M Mb-
grand The Hvyalloito water u .".. .... SuN
mar ttencwda' Short ie they hurr) and tt th* marl
Qftfe SwcA-iy Svt :22 D kit
havc The week +.JMM ,
first affair uf the ea4n
Kappa'A pans werr to matt* it deaA
Sirachan Cylmbo lMA<<" Ke Wnt t..ee the folk
attil kn eking HMpm vul __ I
the >>-e Yvusu GiveI7-Year. '
and hr rrtative dancing .f
41 Me featured attraction $100,000 i

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BERT COOPER '*"' ''' 4
Donna the fwnaie ant, J.
$ V :'t-oxtigh The Chiayo ; \
was apatt'MM'd uf the I uta' Sund) anA.4s1 C'tld ow ,,-
Africa. a r..1a'11..wM. mne of a 17->t.r-.4d boy tP -
AM. that. ant Ugd Au Ioft..nd ;largevl bonus eu Stts. I
IM'w-w" on Florida > paid by the club
fcece *n Florida Big and titehsr. that tr.

she was the didn't go lest .. and out/i.Mer. fr m A.. atRv .e and Crosgsa. Okla The buau M. t t.
w... Lord Srkie ... I to bt$1(JIoA"iI HQ
dlwreographor to hanging Ouc... He wads64" and oh
hia.le for private 0 4Sa

san5 taiajht y u at your He hr moat! Tltrrc's ..> much fiWfIIHI' up that you oWt .0 .:....... .. .
dw .t
ou name fiace. ....t to mi., J
reached at OX 6.* 4 The .
on Now Going on
fIH1 ta-ke you Iron<< the \ OCT THE: SECOND TELEVISION art yvu'v Un wsMifig It

the Main and to the e will dwU your fun and satisfy evwryurw. Every faintly nra The Sunriune Club of At J.cluon' Toddle Inn
salts TV bwrauM individual UU no MM> hwteaippan
C unty TuUreuloai: A&'Q
Beach plaM all. Sn the .sertu\gly new, mW -purUW and con-
DiaMr at Virgin** NE 4-4308 ,'
S.t. 30 The Alpha ole-tofa in |... <
- - HAVE: A MACXO in every rowm k Ik""* laundry. ldrootn,
chfldrrn's playrootn patio always handy uA* and i
FRanklin 4-3269 want It. Mighty "good C'9IDp.It.ltrtUinint.. slating& and

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PODIATRIST And a STEREO; Hl-fl set that -aNt. muaw and y..... with '

......t tonal realism every*hr*in your tlO W.
Foot and Leg Disorders
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Washington Attorney General
WiiUam R sera charged in a
civil suit at Memphis, Tenn
Tuesday that economic pressure
have been used to prevent Negroes -
from registering to vote in
HayiAood C unty Tenn.
The acUon filed in federal
District Court names 29 defendants JI, ..YI
including tw banks.It 1 9Y
mark, the first are of a section I
of the 1957 Civil Rights Act
which prohobiU intimidation or
threats to prevent voting registration
by eagible citizens.
The banks named are the First
State Bank of Browiuvilte Inc., I
and the Peoples Bank of Slant n.
Inc The other defendants are
individuals living in Hay" cod f

County The government charges that 'r

this group conspired' t a bring
This gorgeous ranch type 3-bedroom new CBS home aa1nsNe identified with _
built for Mr. and Mrs. John Alexander by the Mildol the HajTAood+ County Civil and .
Holding Corporation, features circular driveway, rear Welfare League, organized in f a
1959 Negr' registrations
to encoirage
screened Florida room, built-in G. E. oven and range. Lo- and voting. (iJ :

cated corner N.W. 18th Ave., N.W. 155th St., Rainbow The complaint alleges the economic ?

Park Opa Locka. Sale handled by Mr. George Grafmanof pressures included
e Termination of sharecrop and i
Fair Realty Co., 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave., PL 171645. tcnat farming relaUOIUhtc.e .

Termination: of employment ....Deposed Mali President Mobl-
e Refusal f< sell necessary da K.lta. In white suit, shakes EXPERT WATCH AND
mat n regarding a chHd who has I and services to certain Negroes
Get Your Proof of goods hand with ANP director Claude CLOCK REPAIRS
not reached legal age may be ob- either on credit or fur cash. '
Barnett when two met at airportI
303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
tined the written request of
upon e Refusal to lend money to Negroes -
In Dakar. Keita later granted
Age From Census either parent. I I Andrew Jeweler
qualified for loans. | Barnett only' Interview given an
Refusal to deal with merchants American newsman which has All work guaranteed
Bureau Urban League suspected of selling to Negro 1 Just been relea.ad serially by 40 Year. In Bwslnea
C'Wtcmen.e ANP. Other in picture are well' PR 1.0112DRIVER'S
Last year 9,201 reticfent of Names Six New Inducing suppliers of such i wishers of K.lu-ANP.
Florida turned to the U. S. Bureau merchants not to deal with tbanJprrrr ,

of the Census for help In Board MembersNew
proving they were born. These

perfeecs were United among States an estimated residents York The National FOR SALECOMPLETELY
JO million Urban League announced this LICENSE !
who aN without proof of ace or
cf week the election of prominent
historical records SET
birth. The Americans to its Board of UP
the Cemus Bureau provide the Trustees. They are: Ivan C. McLeod FRIED FISH & POULTRY BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONEO'BERRY'S
only source of this information of New York regional director Wonderful opportunity for couple
for ou to of these SO millionpeople f.r the National Labor I I to make fine living. Establishedas

Relations Board; Dr Nathaniel 0.Calloway successful' bualn__. for past S
Proof of age or birth Is needed of Chicago physicianand year
today to collect a clan securityand college instructor Dr R. MAGIC CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
other retirement benefits. It Frank Jones, medical director cf 704 N.W. 3rd Ave. 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
Freedman's' H Vital. Washington .
needed obtain pauports. It
is to
CALL JE 1.7587
D. Cv Lawrence W. Lawman
OX 1-5283
>la needed to qualify for Jtocarryinf
citizen of New York City. CBS eXfaII -
certain or
age It 1s needed tire; Ramon S. Scruggs of Dew "" 1\4- _._
shp requirements. I ,!lt. an executive of the Michigan
of insurance.Since
for some -
Bell Telephone' Co.; and
the Census Bureau William O. Walker publisher of
had provided more than three the president Cleveland of the Call-Post National and News For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
e-tiatf million
and persons
Publishers Association
copies ol their Census records on paper
age place of birth, citizenship or The Urban League b an Interracial
kinship. Penom seeking such organizatlrn devoted to Increasing BONDED COLLECTIONjjT'
records on age, place d birth, economic and social opportunities
facts about themselves should for Negroes and bettering
write to the Personal Census Set- race relations hi America.
vice Branch, Bureau of the Census I .
Pittsburgh Kansas, for a T" '- .
Draw Records Search Application STARKEY'SSalon rO' .. AGENCY Inc.
Form A fee of $3.00 Sa
charged for a search of not more .. ,
than two census tor one person of Beauty
and for one copy of the Information -
found. Additional copies cost 3605 Grand Ave. ttY
$1.00 each. An expedited search
cost $4.00. Expedited searchesare Coconut Grove
usually completed within a I s The largest collection and rental

few day while the routine $3.00 Specialising In .
search may take UP to 30 days, agency in the South; operating in
depending upon the backing of e BEAUTY CARl
requests and the ease or difficulty
e COLD WAVING and Broward Counties'Negro
In locating the Information.
The personal' Information in Housing areas
the records of the 1900 and later e HAIR WEAVING
censuses Is confidential by law
and may be furnished only upon
the written request of the person e MANICURINGRECONDITIONING
to whom it relates for
or, a
proper purpci, a legal representative e MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

such of a* an guardian estate or InforReflstrmtioo administrator Let eur trained Uehnklane help 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

yy with yur problem, for lnfermatlen BROWARD COUNTIES
and appointment call

Now Going on HI 8-9338

At Jackson's Toddle Inn @ ti
We appreciate. your patronage .
Mr*. Wllhelmlna turkey, Prep, f/lti
NE 4-4306 "
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I NEW ORLEANS Bishop and Mrs.. oppressed tion given UM people problems around of t h the A

Greene Leave globe with unqualfled approval
and sanction of responsibleworld
CORE Members ArrestedNew EuropeOn wide efforts cf colored

of continent for
the s*. Queen Mary which peoples every
left England at 1 p.m. September compete freedom and equality.

Orleans La. Seven < 8. Bishop and Mrs. S. L. Greene, These particular World Ocnclavcii -
members of CORE stated New MIAMI IIMrJb MIAMI rLOKlUA who live In Atlanta. Ga., but preside said he, further reflect Ina
Orleans' first sit-tn at a Woolworth SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1960 PAGE 7 over the work of the AME large degree the position of the y
store on the fringe of the Church-in Florida departed for total Protestant Church unofficially 4
French Quarter en Friday. All home and should reach there September and also In addition that
seven were arrested on charges 15 via Seaboard Railway each succeeding decade to revealing
of "criminal mischief.1* Our Past This Week. from New York City. remarkable pr great In ecumenical
The interracial croup began The executive meetings of two unity of the Christian
their sit-in at 1030 in the mom I World Relict us Conferences, Church as a whole
tn,. At about 12:15 the managerof Sept. 18 1898 The Nrth namely: the World Methodist
the store A. L Cobon Jr, Carolina Mutual Life Insurance Council which convened In ZuriCh -

caded.l rd red the lunch counter barri- The Town of HopefulBy Durham.company founded In Committee Switzerland of and the the World Central Advertise! It Pay!

District Attorney Richard A. ROLLINGTON TAYLOR Sept 19. 1814 Gen. Andrew Council if Churches in St. Andrewt .
Continued- from last week Scotland. were' attendedby
S ) Jackson acknowledges hero- \
the demonstrators
at p.m. gave
five minutes to leave. tarn of colored troops In them af representative of Try u
I began to have a sympathetic: Battle of New Orleans and the African Methodist Episcopal:
When the croup remained, feeling Church. We Have It
dec' rates them.
Dowlinc ordered policesuperin- As I lo.ked around and about
ten arrest them. lawyer and newspaper edltcrheidti' executives was to perfect plan
At the trees spaced equally slung
the street, of hghest appointivepost for the five year meetings f the STORENO
They were booked according to held by Negro in Illinois Two World Conference in 1961.
As far as I could see; MONKEY BUSINESSWE
director of
Dowling becaute "They took public safety The World Methodist Conference
temporary possesskn of a man'j ) born )'lontlom f7. Ala. convenes in Oslo, Norway Aug. GIVE SERVICE
business after all other customers The grass was green and very Sept. 21. 1909 Kwame Nkru- 14-25 and the World Council of Phone OX 1.9618
were excluded." thick mah. president of Ghana
Church In NoR Delhi. India November -
A weed here and
The Woolworth store managerdid But the was bush there.compete born. 18-D< not cmpLaln during the en ,..rl'Ck.Not rose was a Sept. 22. 1862 President: Abraham Said the bishop however that Miami Florida
ire period of the CORE sit-in Lincoln fcnrues first ,
paramount am ng other concernswpb
a single leaf did it bear.
There were no incidents in the emancipation' proclamation the noteworthy considera
store. freeing all Negro slaves in
Yes, I'm ready now to hear the Confederate states. -

Police Superintendent Giarusso stay, Sept<< 23. 1945 J'e Louis former I
said that the sit-in demonstators Conunc from the little old nun (world's heavyweight
"do not reflect the sentiments of Who sal at the corner smokinghis chamctan. awarded Legionof .
the crest majority of responsible pipe, Merit for service to his
citizens, both white and Negro, While (writing in the sand.It country during World War 2. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

.who make up our population." Sept 24, 1817 American! Col.i .
The next day the NAACP Youth wa Just. a low days ago he taxation Society which 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376The

Council picketed in support of said, conceived the idea of establishing finest products at Cut Rat. Prices
That this terrible thing occurred
CORE. Liberia on West Coast of
American Civil Liberties Un- The angry sea reM and c-vered GIFTS
in attorney Orville Dreyfoos is the land, 1 1 I Binder. ...-..?... SSe t. 1JFountain
Colognt .. .... .. 1.00 2.SOTuotcy
representing the CORE members. And wash tt dean of all evil, TROUBLID LOVIf
They are Jerome Smith, a former MONEY PROBLEMS? i Pone .... SIc 1.00 Lotion .... 1.00 140
student at Southern University You cant go around paying with Ill help. Solution available. If lnstructlone < I KI..,'! M...'. Lotion .... 1.00
; Ruth D'Aspenza. also a former God. followed. Strictly sr.aonaU I Ball Point Pone tOe. MSFlllors Vitamin's Candy for

Southern U. student Joyce whenever Children .. .....,,. 1.4t
; Cursing y. uylraae ? up
I ..I .. ......._._... &- 78*
Taylor a student last year at J.rg...'. Lotion I t7e 1.00
Xavier. William lUrper, a student Whue He's protecting yvu day JOHN WAMSTEKER
Louisiana State Univer OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY S A.M. to 10 P.M.
at and night Dept SI
city. Hugh Murray Jr, a gradu- And *upvomg y.ur every aNd. Box Cap, S. Afrts JOHN A. McMINN. Owner

ate student in p litical science at I :: _. .
Tulane Univeoity William M., By day they eer>'ed! God with all -
HarreU also a Tulane University heart XJI 7J1Qf0101Oi': .7C. _.
their -- -Jfc. m..m--ji .a afc -ji- student seeking doctorate in No batter Cferurtaas. could" you
*OCK>! gy, Archie Allen a Dillard Jind.
U. chemistry student Murray and By night they broke all (;om- LINCOLN ESTATESMiami's
lUrrell are white. man mftM of Gvd,
A. true Chntians they all were
NOTICETo Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
I regret' to say tails, but I must
aU Eastern Stars, Golden Tbcir children suffered too,
Circle Heroine of Jericho Fur the tins of the parent and
Daughters ot his Crusaders other adults
Brothers of the Mas me and There was Dotting they could
frieD to attend the First Anniversary

of Amaranth No. 3 Sunday, Sept your life accord*g to G>d's
18 tame 4 o'clock at 1742 NW word

3rd ave, please c me. Yowl .haw net&ng at all to
Sitter Irene Harrison. fear,
Royal Matron If jr-u live right you're bawd to e
Sister t*** GUea, W. U. die right, zk
Aad your prayers' fee will t #
always hear.
And tfes was the story that WA
Miami Branch told to me,

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA I HIALEAH getting a new school she said Advertise! It PayslRITZ !
Then the? can go "to the typeof
PAGES SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1960 I PORTABLE !chool to which they are t"n-
SCHOOL UNDER ,I: Sup:. Joe Hall sold MI think
I I 1 I we very much ned' this ch ol."I
I Ii
AIR CONDITIONED I BUNCHE FIREMrs i Other members of the board
Anna Brenner Meyers, i prom:sed to make an investigation
CAPITOLTHEATRE before the next meeting. THEATRI
member of the Dade County
I Board launched a one-w.mn I
Mrs Meym Mid of the location -
"Native Son"SUrf'lng drive to get rid of the rleet'l I f the school: It is "in the NOW PLAYING
ftAT. MIDNITE portable Jane Weldon J ef I've seen.
poorest: UV t" are _
SUN, MON, TUES WED."Dinosaurus" Elementary!! Soho.y in Hkrieah It' definitely a slum." -e
Richard Wright last Wednesday. Johnson EJe-*entry consists ALFRED
and a big Negro cast She persuaded the board to of five one-r om. wooden buiW-
withward Plus delay p:an' for the time being, to ins aDd a toilet on a less than a HITCHCOCK'S"PSYCHO"
Ramsey"Senunole" ?he Greatest Show replace the frame buiklinfs with one-acre site The normal me
on a neM structure.
for an elementary school site i k
Earth" The ISO elementary ate children -
I 15 acre The new building is t
Rock should be taken uot of the i 6 2 plot
Hudson Starring Charlton Heston be erected on a acre
neighb rhood entirely instead of nearby

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QTY around with a car that sounds Incense Shum-A (Incense Sticks) YOU MUST SEE IT
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..WI- 'r19UI1t** TV. useful as the seif-starter I FROM THE BEGINNING
I.I on your car. mysterious as ..I.cI I Prof. M. Kazim
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BISHOP W F BALL I I960 National) Iota Phi Lambda rector Data: ; Mrs Ann Ivy. second vice president, Chicago;I! western. regional: director San I
atannu alconve nUon tSoror tty Journalist, Chicago; Mrs. Louise Mrs Catherine B Garcia far Fernando CaL.,::-'ANP.
The RU Rev W F Ball, presiding officer following their electionat I Bell, western regional director. ...
bishop of the Tenth Epis annual convention t>f Sorority Chicago; Mrs Florence Madis n -- -- -
copal District (Texas) of theAME in Louisville, Ky. recently. Leftto Hill, president' Philadelphia;; Mrs MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDASATURDAY
Church and his wife supervisor right: Miss Alexander Baby I, Qssie W. }Mitchell first vice DIrt -
of Missionary Work in eastern reui na) director. Mont- +'t mingham. Mrs Mahala Evans, SEPTEMBER 17 1960 PAGE 9 I
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Texas are- spending a month'svacaticn clalr, NJ; MM. Helen Newberry.
at their home at 1724 I dean of pledgees. Washington; I t __ .
NW 55th Terr.. Miami Mrs Montroca R. Frazier dirrc-
tor of education, Washington; I J.tU ml"\1.U i iIJl' WL-uJ1 wr )JI ,
Bishop and Mrs. Ball have received Mrs. Lucille Precia secretary
wide spread hoqpilakty Philadelphia; Mrs. Odessa Gar- ,
since Ministers they and have laymen been throughout in Texas. land, southwestern regional di- The Originators of this area proudly announce I

the Texas area- are- rejoicing. over
the appointment of this bishop cf
Texas. of the AME Church sitting on
one rostrum. No Hurricane
The AME Sunday School Congress Damage
held on Paul Quinn Campus The following Fkrdi attended -
Waco, was the largest attended the Congress and were
within a quarter of a cen guest of Bishop and Mrs. Ball
tury. Many out of state guests attended Mrs. A B. WiMiams. editor Wo-
the Congress. At one tone men's Recorder, Jacksonville;
there ""'erefive- General Officers Rev S. A. Cousin past r, Greater REGAL ESTATESGas M
Bethel AME Church, Miami
Rev J. C. William presiding! .
elder of the Orlando District and
Returns From N.Y. his son, J. C. Jr. Bradenton; Hot Water and Cooking Appliances Guaranteed
Rev. W. C. llenson, minister St.Petersburg .

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to the bed side of her m th. _
H, S ?t. 4. Sheill be returning Highway to Cutler Ridge Bowling Alley (112th Arc.)
Property proportioaed for the
to Miami Monday To welcome
her back will be her husband sull. stedimi sad Ull. Properly South to sign 3.. mile
Leroy eckJiaed. kigk or scooped. Property -
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the sleeveless Sosuttr versloo.
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BAHA'I ASSEMBLYWorld ness for all

.. p Now we must arise, Mrs.
Peace Day America Bethel continued, from our pres-
national purpose will be the ent material attainment to unify
epic under discussion by some all mankind. Our country can
1600 Baha'i communltfe throughout fulfill its national purpeee of
the nation on Sunday, Set*. leading the nations to world peace
11. designated a* World Peace by taking the lead not all in
Day by the National Spiritual relief of the suffering and training -
Assembly of the Baha'i of the of the untrained, but in using -
toJ U. S. our great ecoonomte and pe-
me The kcal event will be held at Utical power to assure equal cp-
the Miami Bahal Center, 137 NW portunity for all mankind. V

: llth ave, ItS pm. and Is open I
= I to the public. Mr. Thomas Bauragartner. -

North Miami businessman -

Church of The Open Door and former high schoolteacher F. A. BURROWSExpert
will spank on "The
J TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA (Congregational) Principle of World;; Order.
Rev. IL C. McDowell, pastor
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 1960 The Unitea Mates accordingto
PAGE 10 A. E. MeN eat. reporter Watch Repairing
Mrs. Emily Bethel, chairman
Donna didn't Interfere with the of the Baha'i Assembly of Miami,
**MT. TABOR BAPTIST GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev. services at the Church of the is destined to be the first nation Hour: 9 to 2.4 to 9
Open Door last Sunday a* the to establish the foundation of in-
There will be a Pre-Warnan's William F. Savoy, pastor worshippers seemed glad of a terational agreement, to proclaim All work guaranteed
Day Tea held at Mt. Tabor 1701 14th Ave. and 69th Street chance toet out and give the unity of mankind, and

NW 66th St. on Sunday, Sept. 18 Sunday School ,,................. 9.30 thanks for the storm not doing to take the lead in promoting
from 4 to 6 pm. A very Interesting Morning Service ............... ll.-M any mre harm to our community world peace.: 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue
program has been planned Westminster Fellowship 6-Of than It did. Didn't an American statesmanspark
the League erf Natknsweren ?
for your enjoyment.Please This i* our first announcement Rev. McDowell started his 0e- ether American statesmen
make the attending of / -
concerning "Church Loyalty ties of sermons on the Prophets
chiefly responsible for setting -
this affair a roun on your cal- Month" m November. It will be which he will continue this Sun- the United Nations in Registration Now Going on
outstanding up
endar. There will be many -
observed as a time for homecoming day give us a much needed background San Francisco. Wasn't our Declaration
participant on the pro- for memben old and n wr. We to the sermons which are cif Independence the At Jackson's Toddle Inn

gram. encourage each person to worship to follow. first national document to recognize

Who will be crowned "Mis ML month regularly and share with in us the during delightful that Services Sunday at the usual the Inalienable rights of life, NE 4-4303
Tabor" ta Sunday afternoon, We shallenmr time at 11 am. In the auditorium liberty and the pursuit of happi
Sept. 25 at 3 o'clock The public .' programs our dedication to Christ of the Seventh Day Adventist -
U invited to come and see. You School auditorium NW 25th ave.
and His Church
as we pledgeour
will enjoy the Piano Recital given dedication to Christ and and 50th at. Visitors" and friendsare I RUPTURE PILES PROS-TA TEl
by the advanced' students of Christian call. Come. Grow with always welcome.
Mrs. Harolean Starr. Grace. Rectal Disease Varicose Veins

Other pre-Womanls Day actlvltiee Effective, painless. "...*.urglcal .fflc treatments at low ",-

are "A Crazy Tea" to beheld KELLY'S CHAPEL MT. HERMON A. M. E. ... less time or Inc.,,,.. Avoid surgery and hOlp'Ull' tloft. Why

at the home of Virgin Odessa Rev. Leroy Dell pastor lit?. Samuel (Jay. pastor wear truss Why suffer, delay' and get worse?
James. 1600 NW 66th at. on Church School _. fctl Sunday School Ml
Thursday, Sept 22 from 8 to 10 I Morning Worship "...."... 11:01 Morning worsnip "......... l1ut ?
pjn A barbecue at the home of Youth Fellowship ., IOt Evening worship ... 7:01 Special medication, treatments diet for arthritis, neuritis, ulcer I

Candlestick Lcuise Johnson 1104 Evening Worship ......._... 1a1 Publicity Committee *, blood' pressure sinus, anemia' loot vigor' chronic diseases :
NW 64th it. Saturday, Sept. 24 .f men and women.
from 4 pm. Please come and join Our Woman's Day will be observed Although the spirit of Donna
in the fun. on Sept 18. was still high the spirit of themember DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General Health ,.",tee
surpassed the storm's
Because of inclement weather it robbery > 1144 S.W. let St. PR L274S REDUCING
spirit Many thought not
ST. JAMES A. M. E. last week, we had to defer oW'proram. to turn out on Sunday and ... '\

Err. IL UcNeal Harria. pastor phases on. Speaking the them on"Our various Spi- give thank to the Master for -

Sunday School fcMMrs. ritual Ul* Today'" will be outstanding showing his graciousness to them.

Sadie I" Deaa reporter wunen in our com- the six souls
During day wereaved.
CrtcaQeT Worship _____ TJ Madam FatimaIndian
munity. During the 11 a-m. service Four uf these are con
Morala Worship __ ___. llaM
Mrs. Gen
>tta M. Sweeting, verts. On next Sunday baptismwill
The usual order of service immediate past president of the be held for about 15 convert
will be followed at St. James Dade County 1TA Council, will who have joined. during the ReaderAdviserHere
Sunday beginning with the I be the weaker Her topic will be month. Let us ever be mindful of
day School at 9:30 am. At sun-I I" Women With Great Faith." our sick and shut-ins. And next
am. service the music will be The speaker for the evening! your friends at the -biggest little For the First Time in This Area
furnished by choir No. 2, met- service will be Mrs., J. L. Dixon Sunday we hope to ace you and Number
sage will be delivered by the an ardent worker in the Woman's church in town." F' Lucky Day and Lucky

pastor. At 3 p.m. the Prince Hall Society of Christian Service. I mJtmM! great divine healer of all times
Free and Accepted Mason will Serving as spiritual We secretary -
hold their anniversary services. Of benezer Methodist NEW BETHEL BAPTIST : *L. can heal you bf prajrer. See her toI -

at which time choir No. 2 will Church and vice president of the 1571 N.W 68th Tar ( fd7, tomorrow may be too lat*. There I*

furnish: the music. and usher Atlantic District, her topic will Rev. Ernest Williams pastor _--Bli-BB<> pity for thoe knowing there' help
board No.2 twill serve. Sunday, be The Christian a* a Citixen." J. R Brown, reporter
earth bat dOD't..k Ar tick unhappy
oa ,
September 23 we will observeour Women of various churches Sunday School: "...._..-.. Ida you
annual Homecoming Day. will enrich this program with Morning worship ,........... 114)0 fisft-astexi with lf.7 Everything you do trtmt to go

The Rev L. R Brown and congregation both inspiring musk and eloquent BTU .-______--__--------. MO wrong, then *.. this gifted lady.
from Richmond Height "erae.Members Evening worship ______-_ 70Mt What you *.. with your eye your heart must believe
will render a service at 3 Pn4 at and friends are Invited
the 7 pm. service Rev. J. R. i to share this Woman" Day With each reading Le will
Thompson and congregation from with us. The friendly little Olive Missionary Baptist giv away free lucky charm. She has just returned

Homestead will render the ser church on the corner of 15th ave. from a triumph trip in India. She
guarantees to re-
vice. We wish to extend an Invitation and 71st st. 402 N.W. 2nd Ave.
to our many members and Hhllandale. Florida morai all bad luck and eU Influence. For more information -

friends to be present and spend Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor call MU 5-9148.
the entire day, and enjoy a full THE "D'L" Rev. C. C. McClary. reporter
day of Christian feUO'with Evening Service 1 PA 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE

L& It Sunday School _____ *30
Coming Miami Lumen
to to Futuroac.p. WMBM
Morning service .u._........, !1Cvening ever
Plans have been made for our Watch The Time service ................ 7:00
12th Annual Woman's Day observance BTU .._..____________ exxi
which will be held

Nov. 13. Mrs Lugusta Colstcn .. ..
has been selected as the chairman -

and Mi*.. Cleo Moore I* co- For Results in One Visit-Se. LE BELLE'S MESSAGE WILL HELP YOU!
chairman. The captains have begun -

making this the best woman's day
nero Ycur cooperation and sup
port is solicited in the many and AND PUBLIC ADVISORTHE

various activities. "The Friendly MOST CONSULTED READERIN
Church" always welcomes you.


Rev. 11. J. Benson pastor N* matter what your HOPE FEAR or TROUBLE may be eh* yu are .vercome with trouble" and conditions
Ruth Twiggs, reporter
can and will help you. She gives true and never failing advice that are not natural, ah* can remove them: over.
Sunday School ....... .r. WO .
come ..U.. Bad Luck and Evil
Morning worship _____ _11:00 on all affair of life such as: LOVE COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE reunltea the Influence She
separated and
causes you to gain the
ACE League ___. 530 health, business change, will, deeds, mortgages, law suit, lot one you low. Art you sick or m trouble la
Evening worship .....,......,,. ,:00 In troubleT I
or stolen articles, hidden treasure your bUII"ua.r work bad

Sunday School began at the Reads your entire life: PAST, PRESENT.: :. FUTURE. Tell you Are you troubled with loot nature? Why not con.
usual hour, with the superintendent suit this Lady that was born to help you through the Spirit
anything you wUh to know without asking any questions.
Mrs. Agnes Davis, In
charge. The 11 o'clock messagewas U you can't seem to make a hit in anything you are in Vlalt L* Bell*-lot h.r explain' your dream, advise you to make

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chairman Miss Clara Alexander GUARANTEED Price Within Roach .f All N. On. In Trouble Turned Away
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MiamiBy Sessions Stepped Up I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1960 PAGE 11

The heavy pre-season practice
BONOUIE schedule
set up for the University

Mrs. Melvin Seymour of W e s t
... of Miami football quad as
- left
Hollywood, on Sunday to attend -
\FTER an extended vacation weave son is being by Coach stepped Andy up Gustaf-as the BrowardGcnmtz Tennessee State College.

t. decided that It Is time tolet : result of the disruption of the Reginald McKmney of West
back into the awing of things. practice schedule by Hurricane Hollywood tWill leave for More-
During: my vacation I have read Donna. *d, house College m Atlanta this
-- --
which :The Hurricanes three News
of nary things weren't And Elliott lost full weekend.
good and most likely Iud here Ness is on hb way practice cessions because of the ,
,a have shot my mouth off of Hearts to gee the show at the Ki&g storm. One of the drills blown ty John Richard Ctsmberbatch left
', Hid something that wuldn'tt Jimmie Hayek'bowling j way was to have been the first
t on Friday night for Washington
alleys Waiter ... (
are scale
getting a : *
nice. go game of the
so play. The dyear. DC > here he win attend Howard
off I went to Chicago to same goes for hU Loss of practice time -
rst plus
conditioned' the _____ University. This. Is his Junior
", in the U.G.A. Nationals, lounge..MARJORIE effects if several day's idleness "- i r--- r
ire I ran acrce Joe Louis, has set the Hurricanes almost The C. W. H. Chamber of Com- Orteon. )left lat Thursday far
rood Rhodes Ray Botts, Char- MARTIN has quit a week back in their prep coerce meet, Monday Sopi. 19 at, Fiords A and M University fet
SJford Mary Minor, Chris the Sir John and is now in the arations for the Sept 30 opener its building at 8:30 pm. All mem her senior year They are children -
jeajuns, Ernest Hayes, Robert sen ol system Dave Marks lira with University of North Carne ben are .*ked to be present and of Mr. and Mrs. James I.
V son and his charming apouae, is hitting the road again with his on time. Cumbrrbatch of M3 SW 9th st,
Se I'm bad as bell) McEl- aU-+tar show Mania Allen Coach Giutafeon, who has been West Hollywood
,.: ay. plus a few other After has returned home from Chicago experimenting with various back- Gwendolyn Murray of We s t
':.t.' .ng in Chicago for a week. I Rumors are flying that Dr. geld combinations in order to Hollywood and Willie Ingrahamof Master barber wanted to run
aaven't the city. ( J. O. Brown Dr. hop in West HUlywood. Good
f : seen was Edwin Shirley give his fine array of new men Hallandale. returned home on
,n : >e toll course all the time. and Atty. Henry Arrington ar chance to display their wares August 23 after spending two busincb opportunity. WalterA.
seeking a god sized piece ewW have to cut this short and weeks In Nassau, Bahamas. The Bowe at 4444 SW 17th ,t., or
i yfc-as guest of one of Chicago'sn land to build a private club with pick the 22 most advanced' play Rev Johnson was one of the call YU 3-9613. Hollywood.
*' beautiful actresses model dining room bar and lounge ers for his top two units and go relative they T1a1 t1fd.
1..a:: Mattox also my stay was Al Symonette has brought s with them. This gives the wter- NOTICE
.. by Det. Lt. John nan' Howe's Barber In West
a .it pleasant ofay hotel downtown with 8 the edge on upcoming ath- Shop
w aniberlain. I enjoyed seeing rooms Curt Harmon has lethe who need only a little Mrs. Florella Tu rein would Hollywood is now opened onSundays
Longshaw Rowena Ran- more like to thank the many friends from 8 to 8.
c: e signed another six months opportunity to edge Into the pjn.
con top
for attending the of her
Yancey and birthday through tiie winter
fcc. Thereta my tract with Mtteur Le Pasty Cat two gnips. season.
godchild, little Jacqueline Washington.
r.r-.ng buddy Marva Spaulding. Bobby Kendrick still swing, As it now stand however, two I The
evening ,
i across Ray Mitchell one of ing at the VIP Club in the kern:e sophomores will be on the first :I ed' by all the kids. was enjoy Don't Fret Fightt
4 Corn's top promaters.A.iO of the Sir John. I don't think team, Quarterback Eddie Johns,
met some r found Dave Pro lnsky is going to turn Bovard Pa. and Nick Ryder .1 I Fred Seymour: son of Mr. and Join The NAACP
t end whw will grace our city Bobby loose if he can help it Haventraw, NY. They were
t, ;fte Ray Mitchell Golf Tour Al Miller and D. E. Reed are named on the first team on open
er come February. They were: hosts and overseen Miami Par Inc day and have thus far resisted
V.J Promoter of Minnesota, and Birdie Club is still holding all efforts to dislodge them. SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE

jjwn.e Shimmers (also the sepia on. (An Amen to that thanks to
a.Walter. Smith of Phila- Leo Armbrister our Veep). Childhood Love EBONY
a> y..a 1 am very baggy to say
i .?: i was fortunate to reach the By William Henry Huff ftr ANP

>t ,.task. I lost on Thursday TIlE When tee and I '
Johnson GIRL of the played in the Motel & RestaurantAir
vsited publicaa -
week is still Vickie Byron of the *
'.. You know Jet, Hue, Tan,
Community Drug Store. Nat Po- And waded in the brooks and
ru : net the Wheel himself John tatnkin has 1960 Chevy at almost creeks condition Television Telephone In every room
. :.U.OOB sad Managing Editor give-away prices and I saw her wring her tender
.is.; JuhnHni the .Associate EdiCneter thanks to Nat for the beautiful hands. Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway
,: Higgins and my trophy he donated to the Par and And felt her kits upon my
. .. ng.n; ocusin, Ariel Perry Birdie Club by Vic Pctamkln checks Riviera Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
> *g.w Chevrolet Co. The swingest I wonder 1f she love me yet

at I enjo)vd most, other record on the market (my opiniOn Aj did she in those early years
...4ne golf tournament, was a ) is Hey-Hey Baby by Jon For then her ryes were often wet
'r. M C. who enjoys making I Thomas, Mayme is now feeding With drops cf love-those salty
This lw instead of one (our TV was tears.
. but integration.
> .n, man Richard Gregory is broken for about a month) Then 1 wa here and she was CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF

ac*..ned" to become one of the even though I was in Chicago mine; BEAUTY CULTURE
r.:..- -. M. C's In show business. but I wrote a lot. The world at large wa both of
ti. at Robert's I'm tired of writing. Mayme Is ours
> w gas Lounge.appearing Sarah Vaughn's tired cf typing and next week I've teen our tears meet and MOT MODERN IN nil SOUTH* '

nuub C. B. Atkins, runs the well talk about who shot John.' combine
And disappear like April showYs Fascinating Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
jujr. l don't believe it would be then Live life, every
golden minute of It. Peace. But now the grasses o'er her
1., not to mention good
my crow Har-Weev! Training Center In Th. South
fr.ind. Moss (Ccca-Cola) Ken- She sleeps beneath a cedar tree
r.l'ks He was there too. Even Where tears of grief no longer Write today for further Information
v.gb I didnt win anything I Register Now flow

. -a a ball plus I will do a And still her mem'ryfl tweet ton 5801 N.W.. 22nd Avenue M.rol Florida
:'d:ure column on our local
Register your child now f me.
KTI with and stories
" picture Fairylands
Nursery and Kindergarten.
: national golf magazine: call-
Hope Baptist Church
-i oo The Ball" which you will MOO NW 19th are Hot meals I MIAMI TIMES ADS
> o.e to get through me. 1
served' daily Free pick up and
:>VK n that's about all about DON'T THEY
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<.\.1JC hell W Shell1 City telling _mt1CL.1: iJ'Ir -
\t'I:ors not to spend their mon There Are no Lot Cheaper In
I. ::.rre. Then a report comes In
.>' more Whites than Negroes
Southern Florida
''W4 gAni to Shell City be- LOOKING FOR AN

v-_r Negroes in Miami don't EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
ci.uw. the meaning of the word
etnerner! Next, Rev Gibn
n and Graham of the NAACP 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4-8242
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA residence on Sept. 12. Funeral Sept. 13. Graveside Lincoln services Cemetery will- earth Anal act and was then coming I realized to a nend the,
at be conducted in
r will be held Sept. 19 at 2 pzn. and the curtain was being drawn
the chapel with Rev. George on Sept. 17.
of Ruby Jean
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1960 Sawyer assistant paster of I' I Carman.closing career
Tem\p4e Baptist Church officiat : The Final Scene of
ing. Survivors Include: hr mother -
Mrs. Blanche Collins. Interment Ruby Jean Garmon BETHANY BAPTIST

CARDS MEMORIALS in Lincoln. By ULYSSES ft. MORRISOn 3078 N.W. 45th St

Monday evening" about 3:13: Rev. Rudy Keaton.. pastor
-- Range pm. I arrived at the St. Paul ] Marjon Shelby reporter'
AAtE Church. I /rwent on the inside Sunday School 930:
CARD OF THANKS i Andrew Pennyamon of 5330 and there I found four who Morning worship _...... 11:00:
NW 14th ave. was dead upon bad arrived earlier. The building BTU ...... 330
The family of the late, DEATHS arrival at Jackson Memorial was a little warm so I found my- Evening wonblp ___._....... 7.-CO
MRS. EMMA DOYLE Hospital ept 7. He was a native self heading for the outside,
bl 2350 NW 152nd Tern. Op of Georgia and bad resided In while standing on the steps of tne Matthew Tempt AMEZ
Lock, who departed this life Miami for a number of years. them coming from
Francis church I saw
August 20 wish to thank the Final rites were conducted: Monday the north. a( saw them coming: 1828 N.W. 5th Ave.
many friends and neighbors who in Douglas, Ga. lie Is survived frtm the soul. I also saw them Sunday School .. -..-._ 93:0
extended courtesies and expressions Mrs. Estelle Winters of 17821 j by his wife Minnie, and from the east and they Morning worship ....-... .. 11:0('

of sympathy during our Rev bereavement Kendall SW 103rd Hospital ave., Perrine Funeral died will beheld in other relatives. coming were coming from the rarest In Evening worship .._..._..-. 7:00
thank to
Special ,
J. A. Rudolph and membership Sept. 17, 2 pm. at St. James Harry Cukr cf 1437 NW 5th weathered I saw faces and that thenI bid TRINITY C. M. E.
tit Antioch Baptist Church New Baptist Church with Rev. J: m- court died in Jackson Hospital many years
Liberty City and to the House of son officiating. The body will be Sept. 11. lie was a native of Georgia saw some that were just 2014 N.W. 5th CourtW.
w view (n the chapel from noon and bad lived in Miami for to face the many years V. Ueary, minister

Albert.Mrs.. Ida Smith daughter Friday until 10:30 Friday nkgnt a number of years. lie is survived that were promised; as I was Church School ..-...,........... 9:30
And Family It will be taken to 343 NW 13th b a sister, Mrs. Tom e Lee abut to return to the inside of Morning worship ..,.., ...... 11 KM
st, apt 7 from 11 pan. until Laryer of Th masville, Ga. Arrangements the building my eyes beheld in Evening worship ..._. ........ 7:00
funeral time Surivivcrs; includea are incomplete. the distant the cripple and the

sister, Anita Sweeting, three lame. ANTIOCH BAPTIST

CARD OF THANKSThe nieces, Iva Bullard, Drucilla Samuel Akpon., of 1005 NW They all wanted to be presentto
Moss, Jeanette Moss, four 58th It., died Sept. 11 in Jackson see the final act in the careeerof Rev J. W. SUpherson., pastor
family of the late nephews. Interment in Lincoln. Ho*.4taL lie was born in Nigeria Gannon. followed M. T. Copeland reporter
Jean They -
I MR. FRANK GAINES West Africa and had been in Ruby her in death they Sunday School ..-...,......./., 9-M
S wish to thank their many friends Cease Rolle of 431 NW 13th America since 1937. lie was a her in life.as During appreciated the- Morning Service ...,......., 11:00
1 for their many deeds of kindness st, apt 1 died at his residence; 'Well known tile setter in the rendition of certain numbers on : BTU 5:30
rendered during the pasting of Sept 6. Funeral will be held building industry. Services will be the program I cast my eyes in Evening Worship ,.........,,., 7:00
their husband and father. Special Saturday, Sept. I'l. 3 pjn. *t conducted: Saturday at 12 neon the direction' of the bereaved
I thanks to members of Mt. Zion Temple Baptist Church Rev. L. In the Orthodox African Universal family On their faces I saw NEW HOPE BAPTISTRev.
Baptist Church and the pastor of A. Thompson' officiating. The Church at Carver's Ranch. He signs c4 contentment: ; contentedto
I Church of .. be view in the Mrs. James E. Brown pastor
will on
New Hope Baptist b dy is survived by a daughter know the life they iwere giving -
Liberty City and to the Rang; chapel from 2 pm. Friday until Jamesina Daniels. of New York had not lived in vain. Bro. Vandcl Bovan reporter
I up Sunday School .,,.,, f JO
night, then Johnson
J Funeral Home. 9.30; Friday City and a son. Timothy During the service, I reviewed
Mrs. Mazie Gaines wife taken to his residence at 10 p.m. of Miami. Friends may calla Morning Worship ._ 11:00
the 20 of as-.elation
Ada M. Rawls. daughter where it will remain until 1 years my Evening Worship .......1..11. 7:00
Mrs. Friday t the chapel beginning, at pjn. with Ruby then 1 began to thinkof
funeral time Saturday afternoon.Survivors Sept. 1 e. those she helped to become
include his wife Elizabeth
I famous namely Marian W.Iliams : -
.I CARD OF THANKSWe a brother, Herbert two Jim Sampson of 2736 NW 45th of the Ward Singers Melvin Rev. W T. Thomas. pastor
Rutherford Jterw, Laura and Seymour three ,nieces.: *t.. died Sept. 14 at Jackson Memorial Grace, a gospel I disc ckey in 1450 N.W. 59th Street
I the family of the late Hospital Mr. Sampson Jacksonville Ann Smith. of the Phone OX 16495Sunday
( MRS. IDA BELL of 1725 came to Miami from Buena Vista, Southland Singers, The South- School ,...1,_........, 130
Mrs. Thcropson
our thanks for died in Jackson Ga. and had been employed" as a land Singer. sad the Gannon Morning worship .._... 110
If the wish to pexres cards, telegrams and NW 2nd court 7. Services will beheld porter at Burdine's Dvpt Store. Singers.We Evening worship ......._..._._. 7:30
many Hop4tal Sept.
1 Services will be conducted Sat followed her to the cemetery and successful pastor
flowers received during our recent 17 4 at St. I
Sept. p-ra.
bereavement. Thanks also Weleyn Methodist urday 4 pin at First Baptist We saw her lowered in the Come and hear a gospel preacher
He survived by four
to Rev. J. A. Swain and members Church with Rev. E. A. Culmer Church. is .
of Net Mt Moriah Baptist officiating.: The body will be on I I uncle. Clay Thomas, Charlie
and George Samps :n, and
Church and to the Bethel Williams view in the chapel from 5 pm. John
I Funeral Home. Again Friday until 7 am. Saturday She a cousin Mrs. Lillian Whitehead. MOTHERS
call at the chapel
thanks to everyone for every will be taken to St. Mary' Friend may
I beginning at 1 pm. Sept. 16.
Church 730 Saturday m ruing I
!. thing.Sylvia Hillman sister and will remain until Saturday
Alice Wash, sister afternoon. Survivors include her Gary Don son !
Peterson, sister James and Mrs Willie Walton of 1828
Pearl husband David a brother,
v Gertrude Green,. sister Duncombe a sister Sissle Rolle. NW 152nd FU Christian Opa L.cka Hospital., died YOUR CHILDREN FOR SCHOOL?
Sept 10 at
5d both of Nassau.
Graveside services were conducted -
a MEMORIAMIn in Lincoln Memorial
Cemetery on Tuesday YOU CAN SELL

p memory of the late. r Infant Warner, son of Mrs.
r Pearlie Mae Warner of 6801 NW
14th ave., died jn Jackson Hcs- Avon CosmeticsIn

ba, NI : --- __ pta> on Sept 9. Graveside services -
h 1. Al were conducted in Lincoln
b *" Memorial) Cemetery on Sept. 13.
S a Infant Parker, son of Mr and' your spare time and earn excellent
Mrs, James Parker of 2023 NW 1
f1T 62nd St. apt 50 was still b:>rn in commission
D Jackson Memorial Hospital on'

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Call Mrs Harris FR 1-6408

l NAna I

diNs .
r II F g 2 21 ..rtr-r c >"< !,,; 'd e'd llr'rr r"i4!"rr 'r e'r!

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Mrs. Charity Sands of 14:5
him II NW lit place died at her residence -

ehru .. on Sept ft. Services :!'"'.:)! be.
held Sept 17 at Trinity Viet.cy:
an Methodist Church
nu who departed this life, September Johnson officiating The

ev 5, 1959. body will be in the chapel' from Let liar years .4 asH. .... gei4
po We cannot say we will not cay 4 p.m. Friday until funeral time and prtaf yea Ner.glserslM.
va That he a gone, he is Just away Survivors include her huatxaoJ, aa a llotRue g... tftw aDiNa. fe Goes To College
a We miss you, sleep on.Signed Rev Thomas O Sands three a Me"I.. b.d.ea
: I daughters Geneva Sands Sarah and !." .

Mrs.The Family Frankie H. Glover wife Floyd and Minerva Pybunro; 13 CONSULT HIRE Just order a snail subscription of THE TIMES and
granddtuldren including Betty DONT STAY IN THE RUT. GEI .
W. Glover Jr. son
Mrs.Rudolph Algie Glover Newton Sand and Juanita Humes who OUT NOW. BY THE HELP Ol continue to get all the lively and interesting news of
Su liter are instructors in the school system GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.

MeU Mrs. Albcrtha Brooks a at great Lincoln.grand child. Interment Ottswre what's going on back home. It's a pleasant way to keep in

EY step t ..... t piss.flare. touch while you're away.
Mrs. Sallie R'w of 363 NW 8th 1 a... M
t st, apt. 7 died Sept. 8 in KendallIlo.ital
ua.de. MEMORIAMIn l The body will be shipped r ,... Sept. to June $3.0O

to Sarasota Friday at 9 am
chws sad but loving memory of for Anal rite*. Survivors tnc'ude: "NQI
our dear mother, two asters, Eliza Calbert. Anna- 10 .... p.. Mail Coupon to

wi MRS. REBECCA SAUNDERS belle Strapp. two brothers Nathaniel -
Itt who' passed away on September Reaves and Willie Smith DAILY i THE MIAMI TIMES

belJm 14. 1969.You a grand daughter, Cydell R..wr.; READING "
are missed by your child 6740 N.W. 15th Avenue

wi ren. Robert Richardson of 1355 NW .00 UP
chi Mrs. Glady* Sands 2nd ave.. apt. 2 died at his home Miami, Florida
aD Mrs. Louise Roberts Sept. 9. Services will be held & Years EarpeMwMADAM

Mrs. Elsadie Meredith Sept. 17 at 11 am. at Trinity Name .....................,..s.4'N.NNNNN..MNN..NN..
}= Mr Eugene- Duncombe Wesleyan Methodist Church, Rev.

George include Jufanmm his oti wife 1at1n.t.and Survivors several -- HUNTER Address ............ ........., .... ___.... ....._.................

JOIN NOWI other relatives. The body

will be on view in the chapel 1657 N.W. 73rd St. ...N..M1.N..1.NN.11..NI.1NN..IN.IN..111.1N11..N..NN..NL.N.N.....
I'CA MIami Branch Friday afternoon until funeral MIAMI FLA.

i NAACPMEMBERSHIP Don" wrfta-Call ,. peston City .......... ...... ...... .............. State ........................
f )'In.little 11.1d111 of 1012
I -_ .... -------
DRIVE NW 1st court, apt. 3 died at her r "'

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SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1960 PACE 13 Your Feet ."

(continued' from page 1)
I "Mean" Gunman On been described by relatives and I
acquaintances fear him as also gave a brief history of the
FBI MostWantedList "'.0 mean to have anytSttnf to case in which he and Rev Gra
do with" at anytime. ham are Involved. He'called'at
tention to the recent' order
Beans "of medium height handed down by Federal Judge
Washington A Negro Involved and build and brown-eyed.' lie Emmett Choate, which desegregated -
in three shootings and a has scars on the fingers of both the Manor Park Swimming
number of assaults on women in hands. Pool and emphasized the fact
recent years was added Monday that the order applies to all of
to the FBI's list of 10 most want- JOIN the swimming pools owned' by UM
1"OT WORKING If youn CHILD CARE +led men. city fo Miami '

\ Liberty City or Browns- 1 Tre Fr. Gibson admonished' the
fugitive fe
will Will give loving care to two Nathaniel
area, we repair on Deans 38, "Uncle Toms" to keep' quiet and
Free children between the of 1 a native of Rochcfle,
weekly. ages
., AU Pay work guaranteed. Call and 3. 1473 NW 61st at. apt 4. Ga. He Is currently charged: at 10. let them proceed and closed by
't" Mrs. Davis. Oakland Park Fk. with the urging all Negrcea to go out and
f f 4-9258. j murder of a woman. with wham lain In the city's pools but hecautioned
he..had been living. them to be sure to be
BUILDING PLANS I clean, be respectful and behave
surveys, building plans one SALEGAS I Tre FBI said the fugitive has themselves at all times.
nable price. PL 8-8383. TO-WT Mrs AthaUe Rane made the
01 STOVE almost n.... four appeal for funds. A total of
WANTED burner, glass front 6916 NW $96685 was raised.
15th ave, days. Nights call OX
i LEAN Christian woman ton 16377. SIT Also appearing en the program
my home aj a member of were the Rev II. McNeal Harris -
!.muly Daty to care for two 2-DEDHOOM CBS. Two y* n pastor of St. James AME
t ran Rom and board free young. New sink and water Church and Garth C Reeves,
,. salary. Call NE 3-5864. pump fence: shutters. $495 S_ S :. managing editor of the Miami
down bargain. Opa Locks phone a a Times.
Wanted JE 2-1478.
Barbers I '' 1 '

'cs Anderson, owner of the WOULD YOU be Interested in
". Horse Barber Shop, 6412 buying a 2-bedroom home and JOIN THE NAACP!
\*' 1 iv1! ave has openings for two efficiencies' furnished for
barbers f r his shop in $7.000 Lr-w: down payment $90
\ C.ty; Any interested bar- month. 1044 NW 64th St. I I 000000000' t,
.:"i wee him at the above ad.r .
call bun at OX 19770. SMALL RESTAURANT. Very $3.98 Albums $2.98
cheap 743 NW 2nd Sl

FOR RENT "I tacHHN. $4.98 Albums $3.88
ROOMS. For clean MttSy to- St See proprietor.. y,
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tag SMALL CBS building Cor. NW
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IDdf for beauty rrlor or barber shop # -
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call NE 3-6203. ; :.:: trI CLASSICAL
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p T house. Quiet surroundings A 1951 Oldsmtfcile TW four-dr
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D *1rlous of clean nice r .
'** family. For information 2 SMALL Buslnes Store. Plenty r
NA 1-6654. tndfMS room In rear" May be used' for r You name it-we hare It I
living quarters bee owner at
N > Weekly, day or night i 2 STORES
15318 NW 2nd ave. Joe's Shoe
s'1, 1 \\v 30th pJac Phone NE
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t k tchen. Call OX 1-4864 ousted porches large room, awn-
Inca. extra 22x28 building in the F
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W 8th eowrt. '
-- Clerk 'ryp4ItAutomoUw,
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vr Browacvtlle area. Call
Engineering $490.00 DOWN
t 430UVKLY .
Physical :
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-':7i :NW 73rd St. OPEN SUNDAY
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA order of Eastern Star; Assistant Calling All Laymen I
Daughter Ruler Pride of MactO CAL'S
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 19M I Temple. IBPOEW and serves' in of the
PAGE 14 The Baptist Laymen GRILLENOW
several other organizationReport Greater Miami area will meet at BAR
will be
Mt. Sinai Baptist Church 1419 SERVING
held each Monday night at the 0th Rev. S. A. Thotnas,
Jacksonville IBPOEW tU West -
. Maceo Lodge pastor, I pm. Sunday, Sec*. 18.
Duval St. at 8 pm. The AND DINNERAt
Push Drive A fine program Is planned -
campaign iwill officially open on the male chorus of Mt. Popular Prices
For 5,000 Members Sept. 18 and cJce on Oct. 16. Tabor Baptist Church with L. C.
Chairman of the Youth Drive Albert as speaker of the evening 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
S Jacksonville. The Jacksonville will be Alton Yates program andresearch I E. G. Luckie Disk Pres.
committee chairman for
Branch. NAACP will launch the Jacksonville"Youth"i Council. I IY.uth
a drive for 5,000 new members u
the first major step towards an membership goal is 1,500.
expanded program to cope with

branch the segregation announced problem Wednesday.here the Miamians Attend AN OLD IDEA '

Listing the major inequitie affecting Baptist Meet in kjr Doctor George F. Carter", Dept ol Geography,
Negro progress in Jacksonville Job Hopkins. University "
as inadequate b.using, I
poor recreation and discrimina PhiladelphiaAmong In 1771-less than a week: after 1 Perhaps you think this heed not
, emplOTDeDtbe branch the signing of the Declaration of bet Listen again to our Founding
f le rf intend to expand Its activities those from Dade County Independence-George Washington Fathers, Thoso people who are
that the Negro" p-pulation will Baptist Churches attending the pointed out. The biasing and protection not governed' by God shall be ruled
become more cognizant of discrimination National Baptist Convention in of Heaven art alan times by tyrants.
and how to eliminate Philadelphia were Dr. J. A. F. necessary, but especially so in times ITS CLEAR that our founders
It from the areas. Finlayson, president of the Fla. "
of public distress and danftr. believed in God and founded oufnatiort
Speaking for the branch John State Baptist Convention and anational
KVEBY tiaanOISCt since then that belief. It 1s part'
H. Goodson, president, said that vice president; Rev. and
f I without: exception' has publicly of our history to see God as the
recent sit-in demonetrationj conducted Mrs.' W. H. Edwards Rev. and
by the NAACP youthcouncil Mrs.' W. Wright Rev. and Mn recognized that our Nation dependson source of our rifhts.
; The president and founder of and the action by mere W. M. Mason; Revs. S. A. Thom on Almighty Cod. The material resources' of our land
:\ the Ushers Union Association !Is than 300 ,white men and boys mat W. C. Edcar, Alex Allen I In our own times did not make America great It
announcing the approaching 28th who attacked the peaceful dem- Wllltom McWeafey IL W. Moss, President hlaenV was the spirit of free men under
anniversary celebrations David strations, have done more to pta- A. L. Shipp. I. C. Mkklns. P. J. bower has spoken God that inspired us. When..
r Hudson, head of the orfanlzation point the need for a stronger Curry W. F. Tanner Sr. P. W. emphatically ot lose this spirit that made us, our
1 sends cut an invitation to all NAACP in Jacksonville I Williams W. K. Smith L. J. God as the foundation land can become a piety or a
members and the general public Chairman of the drive will be. Thompson J. L. Johnson, Thed- of our na vast concentration camp. For man
to celebrate with the union on ford Johnson. tion.Our without God is the most loathsomeof
i Sunday, Sept. 18, 3 pjn. when the state constitutions all b.UII anyone who
I anniversary program will bet Mesdames L. A. Moran, E. B. too mention bothers to read the brutal degradation -
held. Activities will be held at Johnson, M. B. Varnadoe, E. V. God and of humanity in Russia and
ML Zion Baptist Church N. W Shields Mr., and Mrs. E. Turner, claim Hire as the Carter China today ran see cruelly exemplified.
IJ 3rd ave and 9th sU Rev. E. T Mrs. L. E. Thomas, Mrs. E. M. source of our liberties. There the State has become
Graham pastor .t4i Duharte Hart. Mrs Mary Jackson W. B. "This i U important When the all-powerful. The State has

All officers and members of :- Declaration of Independent states taken God's place
1 the association both juniors and ,,\, V > delegation from the Bahamas that wt have certain inalienable BELIEF IN GOD U the rock on
1 travelling with the Florida rights It appeals directly to God. founded
seniors, are urged to be properly which this nation was
s regaled and on time the short '. group Included Dr. T. E. W. lie Is the only basis for such rights. and our individual rights have no
OJ program to be held Will be highlighted i I ".1i./ Donaldson president of the Bahamas Tyrants and States eaa take away other guarantee. The preservationof
I by a sermon to be .. Missionary and Educational other rights at wlIL The only the original character of our
preached by Rev. Graham at Mt .it;. Convention and Mrs. Don rights that .. .. can destroy or nation depends on our keeping this
I Zion where the activities will be aldson: Rev.. and Mrs. Enoch take away-the only sacred rights belief in God. Our final safeguard
1 held. A special invitation is extended ; ",,1Ii',. Backford Revs. R. E. Cooper, 1L -ar* those that tome from God. against becoming mere cog ta the
h to all pastors and mem G. Adderley Dr. H. W. Brown EXCLUDE GOD from the State machinery of the state rest' on our
bet of all churches in the Miami Deacons W. A. G. Data, R. M. real Founding Fathers' appeal to God
and throw out only
and A. Nbtcn Mrs. Annie you
area to come and help in the Bailey ;
the of our rights.
and source
safeguard for human rights as
celebration. f Sands, Mrs. L. Rolle, Mrs. L. .
Wood Mfeses, Iris Rolle Viola human dignity. Russia China, and So I end on this Paul Reverelikenote
\J 8 MT. CALVARY BAPTIST k BalD and Ena Cooper Mr. E. G. the other countries behind the Coralauniat "Wake upI! Our freedom was
Aranha. curtain ahr. us the prkoof hard won and founded en belief in
E: Rev. E. )t. Thomas,. pastor excluding God. Too. yjko Is God.This nation cannot stand wttfc-
h Sunday School ........,,,.?,, 9O Integration Hits tsabeUevably high red H Is enough stet that foundation."
Phyllis Myers, reporter to paralyw one vrith. honw.I I 1'r....rwa..4n.*swn.sS.
Morning Worship 11:00
M B.T.U. ft:0 Nairobi, Kenya I
S Evening Worship ......r.... ,:Oe Mrs. Queen B. Williams !
d nent social, civic and proml-I Nairobi Kenya (ANP) -
a. Sunday morning we had a leader in the State of Kenya's Egerton" Agricultural
ft wonderful message rendered toW She i< a member and hold offices College has been desegregated, 'til 4:30
us by Rev. Stephens His subject : in many of the leading organizations 1 the chairman of the governing, Special 10 a.m. p.m.CDTRATE .
I* was, "Ye Shall Not Fail" in the Jacksonville board hu announced.

Thi Sunday night Rev, Stephens community. The college' founded in 1140-
Mrs. Williams Is member of
hit delivered another Inspiring mes Second Baptist Church a Jacksonville has until now trained only white BOWLING
sage. His topic was "Wash And farmers.
Illustrious Recorddress ..
fib. Be Clean." : -
Daughter of Isis; W:rthy Matron JOIN THE NAACP!
S Sister Lucille Baker io still Queen of the South Chapter, 105 45c line
M sick and per
we are praying for her
T to have a speedy recovery.
P w Edison Center Paint Headquarters I During the evening enjoy our air conditioned lounge


nV li< Rev. X* A. Thompson pastor PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
Sunday School .30 Licensed and IftowroeJ' Join A Bowling League Bring the kids

U DTU Morning worship .- 11:00 Color Mixed Free' P''.... Estimation and Consultation
frta Evening worship ._..,.... T* Florida Paint Co., Inc. 62ft NW 62nd St.

daM The' women will sponsor, a sale Time payment plan available--Phone PL 9-3231
on the church grounds tonight
(Friday) In behalf their drive

13 for invited.Women's Day. The public is

Ni Funeral aervicea for Caesar
ha Rolle will be held Saturday at 3
m. pm. Mr. Rolle died in his sleep' I NOW OPEN I

nuev The Rev. Herbert Ferguson
associate minister at Temple re-
po turned this week from the Ba- -
Va hamas.

Q The' Evangelistic Singers of

Nassau Bahamas will appear in
an after service concert Sunday, sman's'
at 8JO p.ra. All are Invited to or p
hear this singinf group.
8u c:
lit The pastor wishes to thank all MM8&
Al auxiliaries members and friends JIMP tr4 d r
who remembered him on his trip ,
Cim to the National Baptist Convene :
tion in Philadelphia.

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Depend on Accurate OPENS WITH Rev. E. C. TUbnan, minister of I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1960 PAGE 18
Reporting of RECORDENROLLMENT Mt. Bethel Baptist Church of
Daytona Beach. Other new members
EarningsDoes of the Florida Normal faculty
includes Mfea Evelyn C. Baker
the Social Security Ad St Augustine Instructor of physical education'
Classes for
ministration have an accurate the 1960-41 college who received the B. S. degree at Ministers Sue to Keep
year began
record of your earnings or self- today at Florida Normal and Industrial I Arkansas AM and N College and ,
emplyment Income You hope Memorial did further study at the University
no Your future sodal security record enrollment This College with a of Pittsburgh; Shan-IIsing.
benefits defend on accurate re was made by Dr.announcement R. W. assistant professor of science and Police Out of Meetings
porting of your earnings, but Puryear, president of the college mathematics, who received the
what are you doing abcut find. who revealed that the present B. S. degree from National Sun- -
log out? eftrlomment at Florida Normal is Yat Sen University, Free China Birmingham Ala. Two Negro Southwide civil rights organizations. -
Are you letting this responsibility the largest during the pen ten and the MS. degree from the leaders filed suit In federal .
slide by and hoping that years he has served as presidentof University of Oklahoma; Rev. C curt here SepL 7 to establish Defendants In the suit are Police -
when you retire all of your earn- the Institution. S. Felder, dean of men who received their right to assemble peacefully Cflmmbeioner Eugene (Bull)
ngs will have been reported If Several new staff and the DD. degree from De- without harassment' by police. Connor and Police Chief Jamie
you die, are you willing to have members faculty troit Divinity lnst1tu :a; Hugh More Mr. Shuttlesworth and
have been
your family get lower benefits, staff and faculty In order to to the fill G. Davis, athletic' director, B. S. They asked the U. S. District Mr. Blllups also ask for $97,000
or no benefits at all, sknply> because vacancies' and to degree from Mchigan State and Court to stop the Birmingham damages.
instructions was member of
your employer failed to report in general. outstanding police department from sending City detectives began attending
your earnings? If you be- the football team at the same Institution detectives to regular weekly meetings of the ACMH31 when
c.acne disabled and cannot work In making a release of his ; Mrs. Carrie J. Lacey, meeting, of the Alabama Chris. Birmingham Negroes rode dty
associate librarian B. S. and M.S. I
you are Lint to need these benefit 1960-61 staff and faculty Dr. from South Carolina State College tian Movement for Human: buses integrated in October I"*.
Win you get them AU of Puryear reported that Mrs. Dorothy ;; Dr. William Ridue, visiting Rights. The organization hear always met
them! week since then and the
don't F. THknan was appointed toserve professor of social science, B. A. The suit charges that this practice once a
If you have good detectives always in the
u registrar and director' cf were
and M. A. from Lincoln Memorial is a form of intimidation and
.,n.wers to these question treat row taking notes.
you student personnel Mrs Tilhnan
College and Phd. from Peabody violates rights guaranteed to
had better start doing something
about it today. attended Wilberforce and Hoir- Vanderbilt University; Rev. Ot- American citizens by the First
ard University where she received tie L. West assistant pro fessor of Amendment to the U. S. Constitution.
You can! protect your valuabe! the B. A. degree and did further religious education and directorof The" First Amendment' BroWBI'l11eImprovement
Id-ase.. survivors, and disability study toward the M. A, degree
religious life; Dr. Louts N i provides for freedom of aesernbJy -
insurance rights by making sure She has served a, a public Williams, associate professor ft speech press petition and religion. Ass'n
roar psychology) who received the B. The suit also cites the
credited to your social accountrenulariy. secondary' levels In the state S. degree from Tennessee State 14th Amendment which makes 2741 N.W. 49th St.
Start by making certain of n:rid.. and is very active in College MS. degree from II r'- the U. S. Constitution applicable
that each and every employ religious educational and fraternal ard Univrsity and the Phd. from to the state Regular meetings 1st and

er has your your social full security name as card shownn and circles throughout the the University! of Washington. The action was filed by the 3rd Monday olfhU of .*cia
Rev. Fred L. Shut sworth. presIdent -
our correct< social security number President' R. W. Puryear and of the ACMHR and t h e i month. Membership drift
You can cheek your payroll cal social security office. They Dean Sarkey C. Chap were both Rev. Charles Blllupt another now on. All resident of
5!l' w or voucher stub. to see that can help you get your accountcollected. high in their praise of the new leader of the civil rights organ Brownsville Invited to join
thrv suit and number, your total earningsand Why not do this. today? Your College family and were agreed secretary of the Southern Christtian Nail Ada ma, Prow
ako that a 3 percent deduce Is treated at that treee would
social security office new personnel Leadership Conference anda
W. C. Bawl teeV
tion for social .security has been 234 NE 79th at. or you can in all probability strengthen the director of the Southern Conference .
made. This how as an PICA I'LMU.. college faculty I
deduct phone ra every way.mmww Educational Fund both
} .
or OA1B .-- .. -..
If y u .are self-employed' you' -
can Mart by showing your full LA-ST

name aw' turf and number correct on social the schedule security \ ACT FAST WHILE THEY !

SK of your Federal income tax
return. Y u can make sure your
correct' net earnings are shown OF YEAR CLEARANCEALL
and that the tax has been paid
The social security law requires .

every employer to reporttrr CARS I MUST GOII! !
wat.c paid to you for work
covered by social) security' The SALE
law also require him to keep accurate -
record, to file the necessary NEW or USEDaCiiWsV
rop its and to pay the so
e.al 1 security tax of 3 percent deducted
from your wages and a
matching 3 percent out of his CHEV Con:,. V-8, Powerglide, power steering, $2395
own pecket 60w radio, whitewalls. Like new.
How do you find ut tf your
employer" i tI reporting your earn. 2-dr. Bel Air. Power,lido, $795
icNBi? How do you find out if 56 CffEV. V-8, radio. Real clean.
self-employment' earnings
y ur
are being credited to your social) 4-dr. Sedan. 210 series. Power $545
security account? It's easy Ask 55 CffEV. flide, radio.Fairlane .
ur nearest social security office
for a postcard f:nn to use In :500* .power ..steering,
.dio-con $1295
trtttasj a statement of your 58 FORD Fordomatic, kit.
e nungs. On the postcard show
your name and address, date of Fabians '500 2dr. Sedan.
Wife. and your r rial securitynumber. '5 7 FORD Fordomatic radio, whitewalls $995

f After signing your nacre
put a stamp oft it and mail) it V-8 Crown Victoria. Fully $
I You will receive a statement' 56 FORD equipped. Real sharp.Holiday ?A5
from the central social security
1 record-k.*fMR headquarters in Hardtop. Fully,. equip
{ HattMfwir, showing r \lr total) 55 OLDS ped, factory air condition.2dr. $795
arninjs* .. reported by your
IJ cmpteyef. *, or as reported by you Hardtop. Power steering
II you are ...11....npyed. It will 55 OLDS power brakes, a real bargain $695
I'' aiM anow your earnings in each
y *r for the put few years If 2-dr. Sedan. Nice family car.
3 the statenwttt doe not show all '55 BUICK Fully equipped. Real clean. $545
I your earning* in work covered by
i meal security, take H to your 10i 4-dr. Sedan. Real sharp.. $
i '55 BUICK Loaded plus air condition.

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(Special to The Miami Time) I II 50 :z 110 w Good for 2 pniU-$1,250
One delegate was heard to say: I fellows who are acting-up tell ,\
The 80th annual session << the -I have attended the National for their people when they return' CASH PAID FOR LOTS QR HOUSES
National Baptist Convention of over 40 years, and 1 have not home" i
America U. S. A., Inc which seen anything like this. However
met in Philadelphia last week I 1't"8ltzthat" s met+anes, it takes BRAND NEW-Lo.el 3-bedroom, 2 bath and garage -
was everything that a convention a storm to wake u*. Out of tills: Invest in Mutual Fund f oak floors, tile roof, built-in electric kitchen
should not be. If the ministers evil I hope some good will come." As little as 65c per day towards
and ether! who participated in A woman stated: "I have trav a comfortable future 1430 ,N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.
the childish demonstrations intended elled 1,200 miles t., come here to Interested? Write to SEYMOUR BARON
to a political convention -
see a group of ministers. put on
the "art of misbehavior. a low-down minstrel show Someof P.O. Box 41, Uleta Branch JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343
they made a good job of It. ..
my sister delegates have worked N. Miami Beach :
About 20,000 delegates assembled -
and sacrificed f":r months to
for particulars
in the large Convention
Hall at the opening session Wednesday attend disappointed.this meeting.What We will are these all Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
at 10 ajn.when the wel
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come grofcram was presented. The
mayor rt the city, the Governor
of Pennsylvania, and other dignttaries .
welcomed the delegation Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
and President J II Jackson

teesston after' brief opened remarks' for business declared the A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY

The pr-gram was read for
adoption, but was never adapted, '. ;frT
as a question of procedure in the
election of officers aNiM'o Immediately ... .
the hall became' a scene of I
bedlam a, the supporters of Dr v '
Jackson for the presidency and : .
thesef Dr. Gardner Taylor for s
the office marched the aisle
with banners on ""which were
printed' the names of their candidates -
ThtJa<-klO! faction M. r I i
shouted. "We Want Jackson" + I. N ,
and the onp'ltion" shouted' "We
Want Taylor. : M

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As the wild demonstration
subsided Dr. Jackson attemptedto
deliver his annual address, but This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
a group on tts* platform startedshouting
ringing bell. and beating .
on tin cans etc. and dignity JUST COM-
and order were throun to the 3-BEDROOM, 1 BATH, BRAND NEW CBS HOMES. 2
the Rev 1':.. A. Freeman" president

C-trvenUon of the Kansas announced Baptist that State Dr $88 MONTHLY. ONLY $695 DOWN. SEE AGENT SUNDAY 16 P.M.

Jackson was the choice of the
nominating committee. The demonstrator AT 1541 N.W. 154TH ST.
i became boteterious and
the president adjourned the
meeting and left the building u J

5-B ED ROOMS 2 BATHS 3 beautiful CBS homes. Close to
The supporters of Dr Taylor N.W 52nd St near N.W. 17th
declared' that they would not ad. Liberty City. bedrooms, large
journ until a president wa Ave. Total price only $11,000. Large family or boarding house.
elected They secured the services living room dining room Flori
$1,SOO down $70 month
paysall I !In
of Dr. C. V. Johnson, a Newly painted and out. Newfloorings.
natknal vice president of Illinois including insurance and da room, carporte or garages,
CBS Terrific. Brown
who presided over what was regarded taxes 5 and three-quarter
as a "rump Mkm" Dr per hardwood floors. Terrific. See
Taylor receeived 1.864 vote and cent mortgage. Sub. $11,500 total. $1,500
Dr. Jackson M8. A large number us.
of delegates did not vote becairethey down. $90 month.BEAUTIFUL.
felt that the pr ordure was
illecal. PUT UP DEPOSIT J.
The meeting closed with each If you are in buildinga
faction contending that its man Build your home for Christmas.
was president Order wa never DUPLEX church, units, or six duplexes I ,
Choose I lot colors.I
restored" and the larger numberof your Gorgeous
the delegates, disgusted' and Opa Locka beauties. As pictured See 1030 1032 NW 55th St we have this large 200 x 170 feet

utterly homes. disappointed left for their above. 3-bedrooms, G. E. oven Close to school and buses. Quiet business zoned lot In Opa Locka

The Taylor: supporters were and range, utility, circular drive
served court injunctions on Friday area. Partly furnished, city NW 24th Ave., NW 153rd and
by the U. S. District Court to carporte. -
of Philadelphia, and the Common I water, closed garage. Widow 154th Sts. Terms given.
Pleas Court sued an injunction $995 Down must selL
served by the Taylorites again A
Dr. II. Jomison and Dr. LeonardG.
Carr secretary and treasurer Only $2,000 Down HOME AND INCOME
of the National Baptist Convention 'I $395 Down
asking for the "
rds of
the convention and to prevent tee the Buys this cute little house. Total 2 houses on 1 large lot Live in

dfepensfng The hearing of funds was scheduled to price $6,500. $60 monthly. One OPA LOCKA CBS one, rent of other helps pay off

be held last Monday. mortgage. 2bedroom. Has awnings. AU 1 mortgage only. Close to school

fenced. $80 month on 1 mortgage and bus. We have keys. Furnished
expressed themselves LIBERTY CITY AREA
freely. And while m st of them payment with city water.
were saddened by the chaotic Brand CBS 3bedroom.
condition of the convention some ney $495 Down See 1045 N.W. 55th Ter.
of them took a philctphic view of Shower doors, blinds, utility.

the situation. $995 Down Priced right Good buy ONLY $795 DOWN

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