The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: May 28, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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System ID: UF00028321:00217

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37TH YEAR, NO. 40 ,
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Clewiston Six people drowned -
Saturday night when their
4 automobile bV-w out a tire and
NAACP Hits Ex- plunged into a canal.

The state .haaWay. patrol Hid
the victim, from Ctewfeten, all

Gov. CaldwellTAMPA were Victims related.were listed as Arthur

Smith. 54. driver; Jimmy Ix**
Harris. W, Henrietta latmer. 43.
The NAACP Otis Lee Gore. ix. Direness Faye
r.Ly:: crtttc.zed: former WfId.1 I-with the segregationist' prin Gere, too and D ttri. Ann Gee, S.
M ,:-J Caldwell for of both Bryant and CaW-
v ,!> the same category at 'abat heC 'adL Sam Willjams Jr. < f Ofceceho-
.3 ptnka"Caldwell bee and fWtftti Orr ul Ct -- --- "Racial segregation by legal ton father of MM rfmnned chHd-
Miami Carver Hlgh'a Jet pro. ward Keel In, a special 1 event run tailing Farms Bryanr means is a dead issue" It said. dean aAft..n of Mrs. Calmer.nratnhkd .
pilled Jimmy, Douglas' la shown at the UM track Saturday. Doug, victory in the governor** "An,. Idea or belief<< that it can be toe safely.
I beating Unlvtrtlty' ef Mlamr..d ,las won the tOO meter dash In rate ..lei. ejection "takes reinstated or enforced U ..trictlyoonJf'lC'ture.
10.$ and the 220 meter dash ,In The HriMM .h.Meetted fur
FleeMa'a tap colleglatt sprinter F'Ida out of the category of the .**
Id 20.111" Feto. mile wet of Clewiaton wi State
Bobby fther, and teammate p r.k and the NAACP.

I Bound? The AACP statement Field released Secretary byE the Caldwell man moat endorsed likely to Bryant preservesegregation as Road The>>alms. sa>d the ear land

Douglas Olympics I II av bon W Saunders also took is- In Florida schools ed on its root .n 15 feet of water.

About the hottest prospect in - PRAYER MEETINGAT

American High's Jimmy track Douglas today U who Carver has Students CAPITOL

already beaten the best in the FSU AMD Appeal

fields state and to conquer is now,looking for new CALLED OFF

Jimmy is a shy 17-year-old -
speedster who will graduate next ... Tallahassee Eleven white Tallahassee Thr ere' far
month and mill probably do his and Negro university students Racial Ftuality Thursday caNed
State. The' Buckeye track coach who were fined for participating t ff a prayer meeting on the State
flew down this Wft'k0 get a Confesses In sit-in demonstrjtUona at the Capitol ....e for fear it w.u4d, be
personal look-see' at the Canreer Teenager F W Woolworth Co. lunch coun. interpreted at a pretest to election -
flash.However. ter appealed their case to Leon of segrega'titniM, F-vn Bry-

mere than a dozen County Circuit Court Thursdayml.
Court antThe Rev. c. K. Steele" an of-
State Srpreme ear
after Jmmy since
top school are Girl
his J local track exploits have attracted Attack on her had rejected the appeals, fleial 1.t bath CORK and the
national recognition' saying they should be filed in the local. NAACP drove to. the Capi-
tell. assembled newsmen the
of Miami Circuit Court. tol to
thanks to
track coach. Bob Dowt*.. An 1S-yeau-'d: bo) and a man -- -- Five white students. from Florida praying and sin**** d m *tn-
Dowries is regional director forth .ere artvtU-ii Wednesday in the State University and six Negro lion warn off.
AAU and !is pushing to seal -ape f a 17yearld& white girl students from Florida A and "1\'nrrt #... tiui we nice trtng!
the sprint sensation to Bakers Metro' police annoufwrd Thurs CHURCH OK'iSITINS M University were runvktrd of to prate tHe ejection of Bryanta
flekt Calif for the National AAU day. disorderly conduct by city Judge s5' >vewdht we'dlimier
Championships en June 24-36-: Detective Erneat Ferguson sold John Rudd. He !imposed fines of call It ff store mat was
If Jimmy makes a food showing that Lafayette' Johnson of 2463VW 1 I S300 or 60 days In jail. n,.' the$50fOOO purp'M ," hi" 'a',6

there, and there :is BO reason Seth ,t.. has been chargedwith Cleveland The General AsMenblv __ r
rape and that the older ma*, of the I'mtrd Ire byterianChuw
shouldn't be onme
he go
why Triak at Berkley.Calif JiJm Wow**. )4, 71M MW 16* '* in the United States overwhetnustarly -
Olympic( the Jeiet ve agreed here Wed
awe wa hafcjiH
July 1-t. flM .kthMoa. his lain daheAed'with neday that "Pr cIvl and order Against
Downes fe very high on Douglas eocwpiracy to cosnmit a ,. t ly- civil dtwib....trnce .is Justiflcdwhrn
his eoaeMfi
and has taken over *
racial discrimination -
only law herein
personally Alonzo Fannin from who Hornet has brought eeaett Ferguson Bald that J. hnaon had "violate the law of

Jimmy a Ion,. He works out dailyat i coafsssed to the rap of tee girl.Sunday Ged.It."specifically endorsed nonviolent Howard Estate Nixed
the UM track under Downes. night He saM Wooden,
Douglas has born outstandingall who apparently did wt participate and reaponsi4ek'
year He was clocked in 96 in he a..aavlt. tried to talk it-tn nonitrations against ra- I The State Court of Appeal hIS --
J hsMon out ol the 1tMe. rial nrfT...tio. and described
for the 100-yard dash twice n upheld a decision for the estateof
the Northwestern Relays and theDillard The Metro detective said h!' the,. M coaaisteAt with "our James Howard Sr reputed HOUSE BURNED;
Relays. He took the state tracd" Wonder through the description Crifttian' heritage South Dade gambling king in
title at Tallahassee In 9.75. ft the ear seen' leaving: Cftfutitutnm and the moral ocnrriMM TOT SAVED
A fund has been set up to raise the scene of the as suit. a va.ant .f our nation." Howard was killed in an automobile -
to make sure Jimmy can lot at NW tad ave and Mnd st. The aanmthly speaks for JOm3.00ft.0ft8 crash with seven others t In rescued Infant
money an
the Hrnr'.u'
helped him on Presbyterians over 1968 in South Dade.Hom..tHd .
let to CaJUan a. If you'd like tohelp and that Wooden August,
It ended its eijtht-dsy i Irq-n. dash Thursday
make your check out to an all day canvass of the north- countrv Peace Justice Sylvia De..ltht..r
Carver High School and send U west erton: Wednesdar. reuKinjf mrd-.nx: :n the Cleveland audit -. Adair was the executor of the wet a rooming hMte was
in the arrest of J oh lOl1. r.um rate Wednesday afternoon.Ifaa estate. .
to Elliott J plcxe of this paperMinisters doMtaoy.d HV WrC.FlfwsMSi

-- -- Relatives of Earl Toney, a passenger said. Mass OfandvlNe.nlftc .

kiUed |n the wreck' aufldJloard' .ftilsta. of I NW We svewa .
estate tor ISO.OOO. But
Denied Rightto Circuit Judge Marshall C Wise ist ta e room sh.ea the flee ">. )

heart ruled against Toney tie- stnd Gjssjgs ........ in and \

I cause no rlttn claim against wrrtod hint to afe4f. The Are

the Howard suit was filed within ...... what M... t>t4ar Geand
eight months of the deaths.
Question vile the sMW's. mart Je.tan

The appeal court affirmed the ban an an Ironing. taard unittendedd. t

NAACP officials} wont "> '' D c. .,... ''at: they needed > al. :ut t*:i,> basis for their Wlseheart ruling Aieesnest .w.
membersof .-. av r f'.jro other *ourc35P c a n> M t the of-am chapter ii
be a allowed state legislative to question committee | ;dN fj.'lTe : R<'d-run Jn cniiiiteloses ;
: wantedq.ie f
of Communist infiltration ? 17 Mtamians to
about charges W C Cliff, Judge Walker said that court
in Wednesday the organization a Her.*,..";'n of Dade County. committee rule allowing individuals under ;in Close/ Rice B-CC Degree
Judge ruled chairmaa They' aiao *. .oted oath to qiMaticn their opponents Get
JThe two officials the Rea'Theodore under oath eM Mat apply to leg-
Gibson and the Rev to questioe ten Charley John Jacksonville Sarah 01
Mark 1.tIY. committee.. Bryan Listed below are theseo.urs amen
Edward: T. Graham face contempt and r'JIfT'mttH: Attorney defeated: Negro attorney Ernest iron Mi am: who win tc-

proceedings for refusing to Jackson Tuesday In a Justice of eeive their r..*. eat 3ei.osisy.
answer committee questions at a the peace race in ,..' May 3O..t 10 am in Mootes ;,
hearing last falL Mrs Bryan got 6.737 voles, and fethuo-CJOekman Calloge:
The ministers petitioned, the Baby Killed by Car Jackson 9.0f9, Claytkre; Capw. Cora Ann
coo rtto beallo wrdto Culver CiHord: Dors**, TWaterHave
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court to be allowed to queation *. (sore Hapbum. .
the committee members under A 20T.r. .od: Negro $'h St. North Miami Beach.' apparently had crawled beneath Larkin* wire M I, vwis. *,-
oath before a hearing on the con ,'. about 29 feet before he Maekhasrt.. Sarar F Miter.Juata .
I was r" <'d f'-> death under 'ye for Felehers ear while It was parked. yew f> J
tempt action May 30., of7raIlahsssee ",,4 ee', of d 'se: ,-man' car )r! stopped by shouts of passers- poNce said. S !*>*"oW. C'UrIet T
Circuit W. )I. Walker FAa.tt -
Judge dsv The saleaman told police NE'S The fatality was Dade County's 3 togs. Do+r+Mliy lesr.hesro
said no UlilEg thought he'd rum over' a dog The baby .-"' Pamela Owens fifth for the year from traffic accidents Saa..tta. Cytt4iita Smith.Gloria .
NAACP officials he ctsn find Most anyreason Ponce **id jeweiry .. .,.... .S Mr aad Mrs Frank compared to 62 over' a SmMi, fina C. SNliwof fi.
of the for Information the questioning.they claimed Ibm Fetcher, 30. of 99 ** of 1374 NW 62nd Terr,. similar period last year Cart 5\itin.

Teenagers on Parade

Teenagers will be on parade !in
Youth Service May 29 at 3 p.to.
: at Melbertha Gregg Mission, 1643
NW 1st court. Mrs. Lucille Ba.
ker of St. Paul AME Church ishe
sponsor, Rev. Mrs. Emma F
Watson minister.

__ Teenager Allen Turner, licensc -
c< nr.nstcr of St James AME
C Church! in Liberty City, will behe
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nail. child. j' ;.n m the fun too A very special p v
members the family .
Summer at JESCA adults [: c.I-, e. r asr 5r--
children and teen program is planned for __ ... ..
The Midget Day Camp for preschool Grade school __. _M rnm r V ..
I I children win five the fen are in for a summer treat: and senior Citizens.
For a summer of fun and relaxation "small fry." an opportunity to Swimming and cook-outs hikes, Let's make it a family affair ofhe .. ---
In the city, the James E.' share some of the experiences of nature study, music and new by registering' every member BARGAIN IN
Scott Community Association invites older brothers and sinters: Water tricks in arts and crafts are included family for a summer of fun
you to register now for participation play, short hikes, sightseeingtours in the program w" .th JESCA.
in one or more of Ita children's crafts all tall. Mothers and fathers and grand Call PL 8-4791 or PL 8-4792 LADIESSHOES
many varied activities for all creel to meet the need of the mothers and grandfathers may f_r detailed Information.w.i .

prepare them to enter bri-
mess or profeariraal employ CANCELLATIONSAND

4. Adult education programs: SECONDS
< >'leg* level non-vteatiot l.
fTermgs of a non-credit nature -
.Aa 29th St.
? .O 7 + for adult in the conmmc! 561 N.W.
I tv who wish to improve themcc'ves -
through organised .tud


Would you like to earn $1,000 more this

I year?


1 Nightingale Graduate





County Junior Collet*
Reveals $100,000"Call will offer the four following main ENROLL NOW FOR NIGHT CLASSES
types of pr crams and saMsfac
tory conxktion of each will entitle -
the student to be awarded For Physicians Assistant Training
the appropriate Associate of Arts
G rl" Racket or Associate of Science degree

1. Programs paralleling the freshman -

NEW YORK (ANP) A four-year and sophomore college and year university of the: Classes Limited in Number-Air Conditioned
1100.000 per year, international
Maresca. a Romanian nobleman ClassroomsNIGHTINGALE
micrracial call girl ring was dlscoMxi For those high school cnduatl'twho
The marriage was dissolved by a
here last week with th wish and who shoutd
<< may
Mexican divorce, but she retained -
arrest and indictment of a blonde be encouraged to continue their
the title as long as she did not COLLEGE
countess living en millionaire'srow higher education studies at
i remarry. senior colleen and umversiUn
A federal indictment accused The countess had tears in heri following mpftion of h 0
CrunteM Spvdding-Maresca of i eyes nvhen brought nto federal years in the Junior CII'!ege 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675
sending her girls white Negro, court She told Judge John F. X.
and oriental playforpayrmsKom 2. Two rear technical programs;
on McGohey she did not have
as far away as Venerue, i enough money to hire an attorney I Fcr, those HJfh prhoo! graduate .... '''' :.. ...... !" .
ta f'r fees ranging from $50 to who 'wish to complete a two -- .
)3oo a date.Federal I I sear college program which
Bureau of JnwsUp.t .. INDICTED ON SEVEN COUNTSShe will enable them to enter directly
,n agents arrested the 45yearcd I into a trade or cTofes-
: countess in her apartment inthe was indicted on seven Men at the I level of a technician
** counts of transporting girls
'millionaire's row section ofF
ft* Ave overlooking Centraltra acres: state and national boundaries 3. Two-rear special degree programs
+( Park and seized a wide as- for immoral purposes. (non-technical:)
rtment of pornagraphic photographs Each count carries a maximum For these high school andUltPSo'bo BOWLINGWill
penalty of five years in prison '\ '\bh to complete a tw -
and a $5.000 fine upon conviction' year college' Grogram uhicb
Assistant U S. Atty. Stephen E.
Kaufman said the countess had anOC'ko1t"
")( string cf 30 call girls
rucrul'ed from the ranks of
showgirl and models. When business TV SICK ? Soon
was good, he said the Ca- Open
nadlan-born countess" todk in "at
least 2.500 a week." .
Kaufman said the countess, who Then dial FR 4-2044-9 a.m. to 9 p.m. .
was indicted under the name of SAME DAY SERVICE
Elizabeth Spedding was herselfa
prostitute and kept all of her ALL MAKES ALL MODELS
Get Your Teams
earninrs, vrtille taking a 50-50
split from the girls working for

her.He said she sent girls from Picture Tube Special Ready( Now !
New York to Miami to Havana,
to Atlantic City. N. J. and as faraway 17.INCfI-$22.95 21.INCH-$29.95
as Caracas, Venezuela. .
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Kaufman said she got her
title when. she married Louis Nite Calls Our Specialty-No Extra Charges

Only $5.00 per week

$25 to $600

CALL PL8.3653 Vets Radio & TV Co. 1900 N. W. 75th St.

939 N.W. 3rd Avenue PL15S51 f

7th Are.
6105 N.W. I
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: u File Suit to Release .


: Million/ Dollars

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suit has been filed in the U S.
District court to fret the million Good Article in
doan;: Bishop Sweet Daddy"
Grace allegedly< held In two bank Red bo ok Magazine
in the District ct Columbia in the
name of his church known as the "A Southern Success( Story" by"
"House of Prayer. \Vil.am! Peters appears in the'
!I June tM* e of Kedbook Magazine
The churrti's tax consultant,
Jules! !!. Sip! said the Bishop 1-out I' Ma24th
held close to $900.000 in his name I Jtn WriidMen. a vcung South
ern attorney is a man with faith
as trustee for the church in the I
a enough to believe that the lairs
i t'
s 4tI American Security and Trust O.
of the land what they
mean say-
and more than $110.000 in the
and emiraar enough to prove that
National Savings and Trust CoIn
... .." Washington.tti they cICI.I .
;:;; I i I This article strongly! show* the
".- f new and uncomproriurtnf leader
1/ ,. ),,'; i, shin that i is aw" ikt'n'\\i.\ in theSouth

.. !' ,,'\. .t'I the time of his death last tnttav
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January. BUhop Grace and tea
I churches were reported as hold. V ',,# "" "' ''''''...'-''...'...'?o''
i American Junior; Red Cross SLit in* more than S12-mIUion in cash
and property This included HI $3.98 $2.98
I churches in about 90 cities ,

! Annual Leadership Training, Day claimed The Internal that Daddy Revenue Grace Service owed $4.98 Albums $3.88

the Government around $$.t million $5.98 Albums $4.29

6y Franklin ... Bttkwltr from all sections" of the county." Orchids to Miss Margery' Con and slapped a lien against
The' American Junior Bed The participants of the panel ro\ director (4 JRC and Mrs. hi* holdinrs. POP
Cross" climaxed: a successful were' : !
very i E'.itabetn Espy Johnson, JRCcha.rnnan
for the lkruse ofPrl.er
year by observing Leadership f CLASSICAL
their untiring and
"Desirable Qualities. in a Good argued that practically all
Training Day at Dunbar Clemen Teacher<< Sponsor Cornell flatten.Bufiche i* c.ft"of'tt efforts to make an out of the money belonged to thechurch SPIRITUAL
tan School May 14 from 9 a.m. .
standing organiiatkm in Dade.A
Park and unusable
until 3 pm. Elementary was But I.. PROGRESSIVE JAZZ
I' very special thanks to Mrs.Carmetta thedid not contest the Govern
The of this leader "Sufjeated Piaaa For Strength .
objective Brown ment's right to the several hundred a
general chairman
hip program was to arouse interest I eninr." Florence Kendrkk<< J. W. thousand dollars heW In
Leaderh< Day and Mrs.
and develop active Junior Red Johnson."Thing. : Rntelta J Vickrrs<< vice chairman Grace's nameIn various banks You name"* it-we have itt

Cross program in our schools to That Make a Meeting of Leadership Day for makingour throughout' the country. 2 STORES
create awareness of the need far Intf1'8ttftc.VereM Bowen day
so pleasant and complete.
leaders in the world and to train Floral Heights! Elementary. 13 MILLION IN 75 BANKS I 1112 N.W. 3rd AvenueFR '
such leaders for future service' to
humanity.The .. -Recruiting Good Junior Red RUTH AUSTIN Ax trustee of hU church with 3-2236
Cress Members," Sherrie Oliver, I Its several<< million members.I|
program got underway at Douglas.1&tr Grace II i reported as having deposited -j
9 o'ciortt with 200 children and mere than three million
50 adult leaders registered after I ilment' ." Jlwbert Preston,, dollars in the church's name tn \W
which musk and a very inspirational Poineiana Park Elementary.A FOR UTO TEA 75 banks In about SO cities In i f"
devotional exercise was I period of queatiatw and answers addition he deposited around
presented by Dunbar Junior Red followed the panel aruund $500.000 in his own name i IB >*:-; _''';'-T-4-"
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Crou Council -
Lunch, Time In a friendlyand -- ..
Nelson Adams principal of iwicial atmosphere< in the ill. .--z..... .. .
Dunbar Elementary School ex. eafetonum and Oft the lawn. United<< Thank Offering Custodianfor tv IItL ;, .-,--.,
tended a very cordial and warmwelcome nosebag lunette I were opened the Opa Locka mission:'
to the Junior Red cross and shared with other JRC members Church af the Transfiguration r # "." "..,..,.. .

Council ,
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Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson, After cleaning up from lunch
principal of Phyllis Wheatley to get everyone in a gay and re
Elementary School and Junior taxing mood members enjoyed a
Red' Cross Chairman of Denvcn- period of singing and handicraftled Those
tary Schools gave a very timely b, tnufic and art ('coaMila'ants
and detailed explanation of r1f different schools
-What is Leadership Day. I Officer -were elected and in. who
tailed for the next JRC
To get everyone in a restful
and relaxing mood, Mrs. Rebecca Ttwtrln'n are MartynStephena !
., instyle.
president; Cleoj!
Johnson led the group in a soot 1
Georae, Du__,. erctary; Ve-
of which took
active part everyone tuna $ tp. Floral Park treasurer -' "it
Emmett J Williams of PbylUsWneatley I .. .
and president of the Refrhfrfltts and social time 1
JRC Council of Dade was mod. was" held! Honoring prtaoipals.pwial jL7:1I :
erator for a panel! which was < "u.vt* and teacher 1IIP'OI1-' '
composed' of five JRC members 4OTS ,

r .
I Directors, Adult I Leaders of Jr. Red Cross 'I .Maas>t outstanding Ruth AuaUfi seniors, one at of Book.er them .

T Wa htAfton High Srboel.wl .
:! speak at the United Thank
Offering Tea on Sunday at fives g
; m May _. given by the !tp
Church of the Transfiguration.

a -
?alR rr'ew Dade County at tM Prel- j
+ drnt's Gokkn Anniversary of the d
While Norse Conference far i,p :
Children and Youth held March 9\\\
:rr-Aaei. 22 Prior to that J!he at.
e tended the Gweraor! Confer*
rnce in preparation for the White \
II'-use Conference On March 24- 1l\\\ *
?6. the presided over the Florida
5':31.. Asanciatioa of Student F
r Councils aa vice president Just (
recently she received honorable
1 mention in .he Miami Herald's
LI S/ver Knights Awards She was

nominated fw citizenlf, out r =t
landing leadership!" characterand
achievement Miss Austin
I vet with her grandparent Mr
and Mrs David Co1d>l'9fk. pio demand GORDONSGIN

reer Miami family 1

The UTO Tea will be at the
home of Mr and Mrs. Edwin
tt 1 R gen, 271 SW 132nd terra H 700 'ferra t .**. for DfVVllr M

tcAN r Opa Locka. .. ....a. aJwara ask for uvrwvn"o.n.n '<

1 1p I You will! not want to miss hear ..Awfc London Dry Gin tSo
(tng Miss Austin ''W"Mn..e spoke tmoetft and dry.., =r ;;w"-t

Assoc'.on .,/ti6Ei dl catr flaw... ,..4 \ .. J

'r.um In April she Acid her audl ,.t. as -Jo1 atrntAIGHTIGORDONS ,..,.., ,' .
Once splbo *x!-so excellent .*aier .......... 1
.c D delivery and so Interesting J J.II

..... "T:: .:_ -=:..II:!.........: ya-;. ............:; her report oo her experiences a.m. Gb (
w'.tb: this interracial group of
NEW OFFICERS: President George, and treasurer Verona high: school! students from allover ..

Marilyn Stephens; vice president,,I Bow tn. I, the United SUU ........ -.:. VIa,N...IGGQI'i at r ,.. ,a L ui LI L4
Arthur Lover UiCNt.u'7. Cum Mr Ruth Krj.fjjc' is the ..


we Receives Honor
Haiti : and
PAGE 4 SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 Leaving Port-au- Prince.; Went through customs )II
ed in Kingston at 11:45 a.m.
took the limousine to the Myrtle( Bank hotel. Following, I.

lunch we visited the downtown section "
Jamaica Tourist Commission office and the Martin's l ravel

Sen-ice. The latter is quite a business employing 140

persons. t &_ i. ;
of the
toured other parts
t'ffJce at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami Florida-Phone FR S223t Later we took a cab and ills
Plant at 740 N.W. 15th Avtnut-Ph n. OX 10421 city including the ground! of the King's house where fP .
Excellency the governor resides, the University
H. t. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor looking homes.
Garth C. Reeve, Managing Editor and Bwslneta Manager Kotannlcal gardens and many but the'
the afternoon we tried shopping a
-- During
tvnlrml *. SrrniKl fl.M. Matter, August 9, 1O-47. at the Iy..N Offlrr Business! places close at 4 p.m. daily
closed on us.!
Mt IIIIII",'. HnrMa, umlrr the art of Murrh M, 1K79 stores
--- and open at 8:30 a.m.
Pa--a We returned to the hotel. North went to bed to get

*nrUtlon much needed rest. Ye Editor and Buss went to the

u __ __ __ a
swimming pool.
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK At 7:30 we went to the dining room, enjoyed a delicious -

CONGRATULATIONSIn dinner and retired for the night so as to be in shape

any race there must be a winner. In the race for for our jumey the following day.

governor; of Florida on Tuesday, Farris Bryant was the had breakfast! and at 9:30: >, were
winner of to We were up early, North of Kingston T.e Ven, John E. Culmer, rr--
defeating Doyle Carlton by a vote 501,936 Antonio 60 miles to the .
to Port "f St Agnes Episcopal Church
409,319. on our way Jamaica offers ''J?
This tour is one of the most interesting and Archdeaccn' for Negro W:;-k
We supported Mr. Carlton and hoped he would win tourists. The country is beautiful all the \\8) The .n the diOCt'Seof South Florida
I and had conferred upon him the hcin-
he courteous
hut did not.
in automobiles. We had a very Divn-
trip i i. made ran degree of Doctor of
The Miami Times congratulates povernor-elect Bry times I was a bit tlmicl. .
efficient driver but I mut say at .ty? by the Protestant EpiscopaThvotofical :
ant. We were pleased to hear him say he will be the governor Oh. the curves along the mountain route and how ne made ; Seminary at Alexandria
of all Florida, the servant of the state. them. Va. on Wednesday morning -.
Because largely! the segregation places of intere*4.. at the annual commencemer.exerdjes.
he campaigned on On our way we !stopped at many .
issue, we will be unusually interested in the way he carries The feature of the trip i is rafting on the cool Rio Grande Father Culmcf thus become

out the duties of his high office. River. Arriving at your destination your driver tell you the first living Negro Priest m
An almost surprising and unnecessary remark he will pick you up during the afternoon at the end of the United States to be given th.>

comes from former governor Millard Caldwell. We quote: your seven-mile rafting trip.We Seminary!eig9el I 1 honor ofboIe. by that graduate historic 4

"The election of Farris Bryant as governor takes Floridaout The total of 118 have become bishop*.
of the category of the pinks and the NAACP." now board a raft on the Rio Grande River. ..Mudln) the Rt. Rev.' Henry tLouttit
Mr. Caldwell. it is our opinion that both you and raft Is made of 15 bamlnM pole fastened together witha Bishop of the diocese ,f
rafter South Florida and the late B: choose
Bryant will be living with the NAACP for a long time, bamboo seat<< for two persons.! You your p John D. Wing
even I if its goal set for 1963 Is accomplished.We from among the waiting boy. lie gets his long bamboo
pole and we are off down stream with seven mile to go. Fr Culmer was accompan i*
do hope that you did not express the mind of our bv hi. wife. Mrs Leonrvie Culmcto -
governor in the statement you made. You bring your luncheon from the hotel at no extra Alexandria, and they will return -
Congratulation are also in order for Sen. Tom cost. It L a beautiful sight. The lovely !scenery, water to Miami on Saturday.

Adam as! secretary of state; Doyle Conner commissioner flowing down the side of the mountains, women and

of agriculture; Jack Beck with. Frank Pruitt. James children washing and waving as we go by. The rapids, Personal Mention
Allen, Metro Commission; Jack Gordon Dade County there are several rough spots, but we did not mind them.
School Hoard ; Judge Francis Christie Circuit Court: There were several other tourists rafting. We wanted to Mw E'f'I'etteIn -am of 6
Sydney Segal!, Small Claims Court and Ben Sheppard of say that we bathed in he Bio Grande, so we bathed for a :NW 14th ave. has as her hp\.U'
ruwt' Mrs Leonora Archer' antMrs
the Juvenile Court Peace Justice Ralph Ferguson and while. Mabel Flnlayson of S"mn
Iluirh DuVal and Constable George Rogers. At .t :30 we were at the end of the trip. Now we Up) Creek British Honduras for tw

Last but by no means least, we congratulate Governor our rafter and we join our driver. The rafter cannot make :.**h ks Honduras Before returning they "Will.1"to Br '.'

LeRoy Collins. lie has filled his office with dignity the return trip, it's too hard on him. You find boys waiting friend, in B100mln on. Ill
and statesmanship. Florida has moved forward under his to take the rafts back to its moorings, while those
who brought us!. take the bus home.If The Rev Nelson Pinder wa: ,
leadership and the respect in which he is held as evi welcome guest at hU mower""v
denced by the honor coming to him this week by being you want to enjoy some interesting! natural sights, .. nn Opa Locka while at'.endng -
selected chairman or.the Democratic National Convention can do sat on this rafting trip. ne' Diocesan convention of
you 'V Fn v-f.l Church
and also as one of its keynoters. After a day long to be remembered we returned tour )

hotel arriving shortly after six.

OUR CARIBBEAN VISIT Wednesday morning we were waiting for the shopsto KWK MONEY

Before going to Jamaica let me not full to mentionour open. Now we must do ,,"UnitI'hoppinR' for the folk! at
visit to the buiness place of Kurt A. Fisher at Freeport home. This accomplished, we checked out and made our CONSOLIDATE YOUR

shopping center. Mr. Fisher was very hospitable to way to the airport leaving for Miami and arriving at the BILLS
us during our stay in Port-au-Prince and upon leaving International Airport| at .I o'clock! in the afternoon. $1000 $15 mo.
had a souvenir for each of us. $2000 $25 mo.

At his store I purchased a cook-a-ma-cak. If your Jamaica is the largest island In the Wtt Indies. It i i.., $3000 $35 mo.

dow't know what it Is, ask me. 80 miles south of the eastern end of Cuba. The popula Miami National Mortgage
The following shots were made by North. Our visit tion largely Nejero. The colony i is noted for sugar, bananas I
to the Citadel in Cap Haitien that space did not allow us I rum citrus fruits, coffee, etc. There i is a plenty ol LlcanMd A Bonded
putting in last week. unemployment. Crowds line up daily at the immilO'atiof1otTire I Room No \&
.u 0- "" -- to England and to the I'm FR 3-5446
-r-- -7 trying to get passports SEYBOUD BLOC
.". ed Statt if the quota is not filled treats
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EGGS 3 tfoz 1.00

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SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 PAGE 5 Ladles Auxiliary of the
.. THIS and'HAT International Association of Railway .
- -
Employees Local No. 3 takes
this method ef thanking everyone .
Bertha Jackson Concert
Sharpe Sunday for their loyal support In

-- -_ __ a helping to make its ninth. annual
.- spring teaH."C't"M. The Auxiliary -

: is especially appreciative' of
the Bixrraville Social Leaders
By C.\lib. Ceasors University of Cosmetology -
w--------- .A---------------- } Ushers Board No. 2 of
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", Greater Bethel' AME Church" and

RANGE. The tory is c.roume;. music 'i, last but not least' the beautiful
told of a loaf of bread that fed Booker T Waarungton: Ra'.ford selections: rendered by the Car

from a baker's basket When ;it C. Dtmucke. Jr mathematics: .. man Choral 0....up of St. Paul
hit the pavement, a crumb: broke laDen L. l. .ark, music; Barbara s' AME Church Apia thank to
off and lay beside it. Almost instantly J. Mason, foreign language, D..ro- .-\eryone for everything
three sparrcrws made a thy Jenkins, runner-up) social F Mrs. Clarice C.r...*.'. Pm.'
"AC op for the crumb, and the science, Marie J. Afford .n f3- IT 'tm Mrs Rachel Long vice
contest was ever' two of the birds ture and journalism; Barbara Mrs Loretta AI.begin.
flew away without a bite while Louise WiLiams (Silver Knnt 1 Fm. S<<'1
the other carried off a meager Award winner>)> : .ceoh and drama Mrs. Bessie Griffith Treas.
breakfast I frankun A. Oliver, sopru Mrs !II!eater LivingstonHec.,.
The loaf was untouched in thtfut2y. .r.analisp Ruth S. Austin citizenship Scc'y
Only the crumb: had seemed .Iwtrieaa D. Worthy general 4

bird a worthwhile price to the kcnolarshtp.TCACHBHS. Cathedral Day '

Just a little wider range ul HONORED. During The official t"CM'I't"ftittfto.t the
vision, and a little less Hal cemfrfrdfte "cv,or-day" fvsttvitKS 1.1) St Peters A O Cathedral "o1nprt'St"
** and greed, and each May 2, the teachers of exceptional 1 their fourth annual Ca
b.rtt ceuid: have ten more thanMtiafied. cniidrm at Phyllis Wh etyAienMAiao thetlral Day program on May 20
School were high y at 736 NW :3rd court' 33) pm
Itw meral: men Hike bids honorrd. Mr Itma J. Coo area presentin. Mr A. J Imkney.r.ncipal ,
quarrel over trivialities and in MMS !K. C. Thomas paid tribute! "ie krr of the evening
Ute .heal of doing so .tot life's bigger Mrs Doretha .'..yR<. Iotra. Will s. T.K> public t* c rrfial.;> invited u
more lucrative prtees escape \tat blurry area Mrs Blanche chare this evening with us Ther
"uvem" unnoticed. :ootft.,ft, wftut cla. .e. will be : ,gram i' under the direvtfcm of

lrartrr.du_ other kchouo____ ___ _,_nbtcaoe Mrs RutH rattan ehrmMi.and .
StLA'BR KNKtarf AWARD etptntbet o-t . Wh* rdikr-publisher John S. e of clarc I -em apace and age, .
Kiu.ht of lice Miami Hera.4; ... levels of the children wto oom- Canon Chat I" F Casper is rector -
Ub.i.hed the Silver Knight pro- .arise their CMS***. I and ArrhfeMhtp HieHatd G
j t.i. he set in motion one of the tnetpal Cucabeth E. Joiin*..,, Iubn( Oft, dean
.wmu' .ating and challenging commuauy is pleased because -ifht addit"un-
projects of the cvnturyWithin al cia.M umii are fly Yo' being r
the frame work of the built. She is busy setting plan in t' FOR SALE
project. student mart. be ulente motion tor U* ucaUeoal Tt':#- -
acts; bjt: obey mUM also be ".liWi Cia..... to be had at her I, BRAND NEW
.taie to. activate their talents into echo, l nest year. "
eonettle constructive areas of : 3BEDROOMFlorida

h+.wwn endeavor. and document FUTURE TEACHBRS OF
the: same. AMHHfCA Mt Sinai m*.piui. .f RoomHardwood
... innted the North Dade .. ,
iti, I iAehuol
HlaUrtoal) Thursday. evening .
& .
'ft'4-i. u visit theTours ... MRS. BERTHA ft. JACKSON
Dade Count Auditorium -
Ma Itf 1ft )
) vital" !text wtitk., lectures
for the Her- Garage
wa the X.UUHI and aortal activitie have teen Mt. Tafcor Haptwt Church preenta at tit'rty City Elementary
S., Km, itAvtard
aM's second annual' ver as rauyetA Spn.ur. Iolaytft ).t.... ttortha Mharpe Jaek- Sheol 78x103 Corner
ceremony' for M. i school C.er*, Mrs J...... Sweetin* and on. a talented young max>-"- Mrs Sylvia Reynold* HoUr

.....I' rtudmu FamilR and- aeftuu florae Dorothy; Weave', prano. m concert' 8in4ay. May Mat Mrs. Jaek.fi'. ......... Is 1094 N.W. 61t St.
friend of li tense setuors eagtKiy
r* oar e pentons will 3 the Northwestern8n .
aceimpani pjn m also a craduate of Bethune holding -
itaiii aanouaceoMttiia work4 h* 1fUUj .er High school udH rium. a B.s. datrvt in music nlu-. Corner 11 th Ave.
had -
who persistently
7tItn NW 11th aveMrs counselor
eat n Wise is a music
hard in area of
very NEW CLUB Bo ton and New' in the Dade County S .<*MM"| system -
matte*, muMC. art, foreign language. }'* rk fronds are elated that te J.ekrtiN ........ to this CapperConstruction
*C'l science, fabulous "Rink concert fully qualified by train
are btufi, Mrs Ruth Grew'nfieid of the Corp.
tivrumauthip. general enoursfep. K.4mai"tt here. -Top dra." gira ftc and (',Itn'w nee ,
speech ana drama Utera- socialites wumeti in buMnewctFcica. U give a lerformanrv of profetonai *- i Fine Art Music Conservatory ONLY $3,000 DOWN
ewe .w jouraaliam.. For thrtv. I will appear a. guest HUe
pubUc relations, pohtic. h quality yeah. a*
To tae participant my heartii and th* theatre will cvmpru the featured soloist! with the famed Admiaaw tu..... c ne i** ",* &"au.1aUQAa. You had taw.vura : mvmherahip Social Miami is in (Bethune-Cot kman (\ ile. ..- Choir $|I.UO fur aiiwlto and 50 eenta f.r
c e io DARK to TRY to DO It* the elegant in entertainmentand she toured the Central and Atlantic children under 16 year of age
ami W WIM You too have set staging proftramc Weicume Coastal State from' Florida -
many candles of your peer aburn- K.nkeydinks! to Canada Whenever she has
ng you have iapr-l a sung music critic and appreciative -
hftrd-fought.. failure U a nubktfuag. HUT1RBME.NT BANQUET. Tne audience have Keen high in

Iac-ua vf :hr CIIOl.MuI16. their praiw of her beautiful 1
$,etker T. Washington's Barban t on Carter Softool gave a ban- ,ok'f' t
Lucas. Williams top prtae qoet homirmg tne retirement
inner in speech and drama. ha Mrs Francs s Tucker ol Mr Jaekson a native Mi-
Nt a precedent and -e are proud+ evening May M in the Pride sehoujcafe ) amutn. the d*..hk>r of Mr and
of bar and aU of, Ute ..- .- reapun.ibk c-ri. Charier L Wiluanw dida Mr Harold. Sharp t. wow eome" ota r ,-
& for her develn. meat pioneer family that ha contributed .
ma ufui& dub ..
Congratulation NIVM* to the civic relig- w /.a ,
thf....h th* years. AM* artn C on the
program were lou and cultural. I prove' of the
each notable M M.... Hetty Gu- ,
cvNnmun.ty She UI a form er ..raduate -
Penatt me to retail a story ket. W. W Matthew
*, Dr. Jan**
of lorw Hats School She *
wh_ appeared here a few weeks HOM. Mrs EltaaU-th Vimrk li k
hold a B S degree m mu"ifffft <
Mn Area F. !Hrouk. Mrs. Viv- Hethu e-Co. kman. She larurrent.y
ago.A ftmaU NeU'O girl stood Ur. p. Gau wy. Nathaniel lioile. 11M1r
watching te balloon maa at the Mrs Kate S. l> *ii Mrs. GeAevta employed a* a teacher ,S

county fair Suddenly. a red bai- Lovr. Mrs Helena HoHon, Mr .
bun brokr. louse and awed up- A<-.e. Gill Mr ALA FtaJ*>a.ut. -- I
w..d until it could scarcely be and Mr Conatance WUItams.
.**n. So many people were attracted Mrs June F Heave served a* tears aka, May 3d, !tHe. God's
by Ute incident tHai taw cnairmaa' of the beauUluUy arranged tars touched HeI.oR! Forvth R .
vender thought it m ht be goad affair.ti114w 1' and he st v* He was the beat r
bj.asmo U iet aaoHKr co So tM friend
allpped the strut of a bright t WJJODJOO ANNIVKK. ue loved him dearly ,,
ytsilow balkoa. aad later a'aWte SAKJRS. Kev and Mrs. J. A.I I -

Inc. Finlayon cek rated 38 years of SHUT-IMS Theodore (Teddy ,. .
The little gut MOod there, a* n>arnae on May 14Mr HfocWIAC is hospitaiiiwd at Bnrwrter My JITTTh
if wa tia< fw someihiag l Finally and Mrs Albert Groriby m- in JiW..* avuMe. Mr. Redding ,

site a.k'<. "M&M.c' if you Mm the v.ted fr WiNk one up. -would it go M *HI*( brate 3ft years of marriage Friday *.
M UK o/hes3" waning May 20. i>r *eat to Mn Ora LM Haywcoiri, Is in
Th balloon man with an unnd.A be

d<<. < senile. released< the Mr and Mrs Caleb Crosby Dr < n Sunday Mra _yA.**i u a
brat balloon at k said "Little and Mn Nathaniel Colston. Dr <4- etand heannjr therajtut in
an. it ...', the color if. the and Mrs Ira P Davis Dr. and the Sp cia: figuration Department
.*uM inside that makes it nv Mra Earner Ward Mr and Mrs
W:!>iam Haley Mr and Mrs
Namiaeea' for Silver 1atiht W..t i.* Slater Mr and Mr' Timo- WHT>H>AV OItJiW'l"lf GS. Mrs. L.L&1
Aad and Shoos; participstultGeccrge i..v L.o4ey.. Mr and Mrs Bfec- Hub Tarn*. mother of MrsArthunae &
Wash.ngton Carver. x m. Mrs Mary Daruby. Mrs {"hav.. Mrs Ha e|

,lasses W Woudard mathamatx: Betty Aiford. Mrs. Mamie Carey Jams l>ravu n. Mr Wllhelmcnia -

Ruby L Seott music- (Irwwier-upi) Tb ...... Mrs Oarll Dunn Mrs Pair Mr Btta Clark. "
"IiMrs Mae Foster.Tlyit'GHT
Unaie M. llui bL foretfn language Haiti! Davis. Mrs Thehna Ow'-
Phyllis J Johnso-i, runnirKMAce. '.T Mrs Eddie Daniel Mn
Ellen L Beth4.hr. Su).e Iim rse. Elmo Sparks andMr
tei ;
\ rn.4 an opportunity to
Bxriannan the
and jouraaluan; GadherAnn Caminc tern .
erature mak .,:ru r rI a;>p). evm' if you
Pairs kkrsdws Mr. and Mrs.C'httun
Parkiaa. spt-ech and drama; were In Fine Whiskey .
have \If. .i-j\"'' .IK:'n, sine to do
)v'11e'e.t Carter ((1'V nr-up>>> sportsmaaflhjp Dy.cn .t.
; Elizabeth J Sherman.. Tf r Crosby received many
citizenship" ; Scetva B Adams. If'B-' UxauUlul pre*** U. Mrs !.Slaterx FLEISCHMANN'Sis
sal scholarship n the ftrat bridge prtxe Dr. I

Mays, High. Ernest B Morrow.mathemaUes P Diva won the second prize i,
; Electra Dave literature Aa the ghosts departed they 50% SAVINGQuality BIG
echoed congratulation* for the the buy !
and journalum.; lUary LHarriel. printing wh l.*all
fpeeeh and drama. itob- ...Jft'WI'' of their marriage Hare art Jut a fsw of our law -
art L. Page, sportamaa. up; Lee ..ft- and many jond wishes for prices:
Andrew waters Jr. etti*# h.p.; the future W* have over 500 low price.
Theophts Rogers' general scholNorth I The eorntr wishes both the Call your advcrtltlno specialties. 90 PROOF is why !
1 and the Croobys
.r...... Wialaysoas 2.SOO book; Notthesds law as .
Dad: Albert P. Jeaklas many years of happtne May U.4 for 100; Ball point pens law I
(ruaaer-up, ) literature aad jour- the silver lining of their clouds a. U5 per 100.Sammy. .

aaltsm: Frances young speech remain uMarTh *tad until they .. FR I.4J55 .BLENOf WMISKCV M PROOF n% QRAiN NCUTBAl: SPIRITS,
James C. Floyd, citi change to gold!
zenship.XrUiwesiern.and drama. ; For Free Information Hi P.e'.GNMANN O'S'-t-klSO CO.POA'cO", NEw YORK Cary

Jaoquclyn Y IN MZMOELUI Fourteen


MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Senior Citizens Patsy Evans was recognized a,
the oldest mother and me was

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 Enjoy Mother's presented a lovely ('Ora,.. Miss COSMETICSAlso
I OUv* B. Alexander was recognized
for her maternal interest
[ Day Program
Miami Times
-- --- --- m JEE CA's program thru the Newspaper
r _____ yrrs :Mw. :Mary E. WUUams
| Goldtn Age C.ub members ol
the James E. Scott Community the nely: elected president osfine Call YUkon 3-5681
I Golden Age Club was presented
AMociat.or./ are very tmpertaat -SA%
flowers in memory of the
I people Their May
activity pre.
late Mrs Victoria Ward pastpresident
centered around theMother's
pram wa
of the club who DR"t
Day at theLbortv
Square Auditorium. a charged Mrs. Williams to carryon
the work of the club.
day Ah.ch they looked forwardto I

with great expectations.Mrs. The program (climax w > <

Patricia Summers, amember : reactad in the rendition of the Pay $100 now-Balance later

of J86CA> board, l of Negro Mother bIrs.: Dorothy REGISTER TODAYIESCORTED !
dire>c6f1"try gncKusly served Rixer. who recreated a word

as the mistre.9 of ceamoD,. She I picture of a symbolic mother if
was presented by Mrs. J. I*I I Ant .Uum days TOUR

Dixon the cha.r- of tbe
The curtain call was done b\ TO EUROPEJuly
Adu.t and
Senior C.titens Committee
Mrs. Dixon also I the confttftfe.n ta adttidryMay ;
The Lord & and Keep>
the tccaion and the origin ** 15 to August 12
r. I Vowith Mrs Ofie Roberts it
-.c.- d of Mother's Day and correlated
it with tho twofram theme of I ::It p.ano ____ 16 Cities SO Days

the day, "To Mother With I
Love" Appropriate musical seircticns All Inclusive2nd
: Why be Out of Style?
-- were rendered by ftUI Annual ITAS Tour

A ( ahii wedding at Holy Redeemer Catholic: dtnu from North Dade IU.I Let us convert your double- C ENGLAND .
Church is COc.udcd Father Mrs Lou ,Hi.l l from the Quid breasted su.t; to a single breasted, HOLLAND
he by Robert DeGrandis, SSJ ti W /J{re Mrv.<-r Bureau present narrow lapel;. $18 up. GERMANY a ITALY
I begins to tier the .Maw. The Catholic Church encour ed the Poster Mothers for her Your Smiling Tailor 937 NW SWITZERLAND

ages much her as possible.chiMrt'n tu bring religion into their marriage ai the agency committee.who were the ueU of 3rd Ave, Reuben IiepburnProp.ladl I. MONTE CARLO FRANCE

Franklin D. Boss of the Car.BraDO. -
HAPPY Vnr .u YMCA eaptorcd Total cost $995.00Call

MARRIAGEBy CHICAGO the-Mother audience MeCree"wjAi his and renditionof "Blew OPENING SPECIAL!! or Visit our Office For

This House." Colorful
brochures and
CHURCH Easy Method Schoolof
Father Robert DeGrantfla GIVES Unique in her presentation of Complete Information

Holy Redemer Church $1,000 TOSUPPORT "Over The Hill to The Foi Charm
1101 N.W. 711t St. Miami House." was MIN Store Eva Make Your Reservations Nowl

'SITINS'The Deveaux from Done? Junior
One of the mot beautiful sen Hi n. who portrayed senior eiti. Specializing in Weight Reduction Mrs. Msyme Williams

tence a spouse can utl am haply married." How week ac. vies
to near that two persons wonderful kiKwledfed recent' of $1,000 Mrs uneenin Geraldine> and Alttfi= :a rurc 1540 N.W. 62nd St. CHARLES C. NORTH Manager

haw picdaH-d their from the Church of the Good "111:18 sane 1104 N.W. Ird Ave
love" for TIlt,.
AI a bek
Shepherd drop
anetiter until death. Tbeuffe' it u sit-in students.in Chicafo for aid to for this scene. Mrs. ADen was Call Mrs. Evelyn Tynea Miami Florida

a difficult mull. marriage is a accemlaaied by Mrs. HaroldMr
very rewardutc and Throughout our 51.v*.&r hi. OX 1-1766 NA 1.0470
holy v Qauea. t ry, the church has Phone FR 9-6779
played an in
ine uauu lic _teeluM1 liei I I J18
tetral part In the Louise Moore was honored
some hints for a IWftIIIMfyl wed N'ecro' flM -
ded kfe. Ttovse sleg astioaa for (Duality.1* said Dr. John A by a musteai 1 *ei<>elKn b> I
fisted here with the Dope tits )Morsell assistant to the NAACP j her daughter and son. Mr and
ome of our readers fttd executive secretary. I,, Mrs Harold Hi***, who dllu-
to her "Si.\er! Threads' RECEIVE
some wisdom
ta them
be Mlpt4. thus j He addressed Rev Joseph }1. Among The Gold. This number
Evans, patter of the was concluded with
Conxreza* a kiss from
1. Have the? correct attitude fc> :anal. Church who said the moo- her daughter. FREE $1.00cash

louknC on marriage at a noiunk ) '. y was raised by members as a Cheryl LMWM of Booker T
,n feund by God for tne Significant and important wit. Wa'h.nfton. gore an impressive+
purpose ol having children ABO ness for human dignity and tree, rN&AC of "Sem 4 >Jd1' thus MMttfm each partner uesUbtttfc doers being made by cohere stud.ma er."

a dwuUan home. Never aJl over the South. I Mrs lara Jutiasan cave a

marry for a elfsh r..... Dr rma-ca: reading & Ongston
2. fray fur McrseU thanlud tn. II ...'
a happ) mamafe u. poem! "Mother
Evana. and
because the salvation of your oul 1 po nUn, out that diicrknl- boo "

may depend on your Mliiu of tar nation must be attacked if Reeorakha Thousands of beautiful new dresses
dU\jea of this iM state I Amer.ra u to prevent a true face of "f..- rI! guests to $35
i> Prepare
for marriage by keeping (a f **|ua.ity and brotherhood ati mad by Mrs Mamie Gill J JpNtrMl ONLY $1.00 to $6.00UNIFORMS
the to I
commandments tee *" ur.d grown too close for director Set adult_ ar.senor __ i
and u
by studying ct......
Atnosj ....
material written about ------. --- recd ..zed $1.00 $2.00
this holy iAat.:tutaota. (A bock us deceit"I, were Lajene Kemp. $3.00 values to $12
,1T'.n.e.r ( Men's
mamafe bthd J. I4ietty wore acid Boy's and Children's
may fate b F. DEAL Clothing Lowest
) PMt dent ; at Prices
wnunfi to the .uUM( at the j I pres. : :k a..H. r t SPECIAL CONSIDERATON
above .......) Phone FR 4-3034 dJeeta.n f/r UW Jassi.'e E. sco TO DEALERS

3. Dint marry tuo yiuag. Nine Commwwy A+aoeasroa X.-.I APPAREL OUTLET
ty eroveu of the mamieX of 307 N.W. 2nd A... olio Lark and kr dsuglt M Moved
Mrs Vctorit W.... to New Store
very youftf people end up to the We copy sntf Mrs Mane |449 W.
enlarge pictures sfr Sloe.. St,
ion the
divorce presEseatX: ftxy. .
court Look for a suit : corner Phone FR 7-2943
able .ur Ut":. > Cmc 0... M-s '.
levee K.r.pr.t
partner who is sincere, pure *nes at half prtce.We -
and dtye-ndabie.. Add.ri.y. and Mrs Mb
.4. Tru t one another com1 1 Mskt All Kinds ef r>lctwre. Daniels. mmd In. Mrs Arabel

pXely: don't be jealous or Judfewitfecut : l ___ la Farter and fee tn mbefs cf I
vtd *ce. Try to praise l the Loyal "Kteffl Club. Mothar

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Episcopal Convention in Historical Meet j ,

By ELLIOTT J. PIEZC I Nine hundred persons attendedthe Mrs. Martha Strachan. Mrs. Z. S.
' banquet Clarke played the piano. Visitors
History wu again made in Miami were Mesdames Leola Johnson MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
last week nrben the 38th annual CONVENTION BREAKFAST Loutee Bradley and Beatrice I
. convention of the Diocese of SATURDAY MAY 28 1960 PACE 7
Robinson. ,
Thursday morning the 1
South Florida of the Protestant convene !
Episcopal Church was held In Lon breakfast was held at the ', St. _Ann's:.Mrs. Ethelene Mor
this Everglade. Steaker was William gan. Alternate: Mrs. victoria Ro-
city at Bayfront Park audi
< irs m the 4th congressional dis.* St Peter's: Mr*. Venom J.DD'Ieo. 'y
'I, At the same time the convention trict of Florida. Lantaff spoke on Alternate Mr*. w1lhe1m1DaBaln. CALENDARS
of the Episcopal Churchwo. "The Role of The Ohurchmen in Visitors: Mesdames Atoe- Advice on Bills
j men was held at the Everglades -ius Wur.d f Today." lie gave a nus Dean. Annie Tynea. Mary Parents Party Juno 1 t. At the
, HoteL. comprehensive: explanation of the Van Dyke Eloise Reynolds, Final notice to Dade county echeel.Graduation.

Approximately 1200 delegatesand current "world, conditions particularly visitors including clergy and as they concern the United and Cyril Fisher and Miss testes for delinquent 1930 taxes Juno 17-7:30.t Btthuno Elomen.tary
2900 NW 44r
laity attended the convention States and Russia.:
which opened Tuesday afternoon. vese Pinder. will be acid June 1 was issued<< byE Tern Admission 50 cents
In the of deputies to the
race SV Patrick': Mra. Audrey W. Wright assistant tax col Children's Pluto .. June IS,
liightlight of the general convention, deputies
opening day Lambert Virginia BeachSUMMER
Steven Alternate+ : Mm. lector Monday.
Rev. James L.
session was the address by the elected were
: Rt. Rev. Henry I Louttit Duncan of St. Peter's Church St. Sands. I SCHOOL
bishop Church of the Transfiguration: Property owners should obtain
Rev. Samuel G W.
of tne Petersburg;
diocese. Among other Fleming All Saints Ft. Lauder- Mra. Larry Nabble. Alternate.Mrs. revised bills at the tax collectors Juno 20 to July !2.
I I things Bishop LoutUt aId that dale, Rev. William. Harcravc" Ruth Singleton. VWtorK ffice before the tale, he said A Fro $30.00 for entire course with.
tailed Episcopalians In the diocese had of the diocese headquarters in Mesdames Mabel Rogers Alber- three percent penality and alt out transportation. $40 with
to keep pace with the Winter Park and Rev. Don II. tha Jchroon. A. C. Fend eotf't"n advertising costs are added to the transportation. School day-:11.
growth of the The
area. bishop Pinder and Lenora Taylor bill SMS. Indf
Copeland of St. Stephens Coconut
I directed each parish and nation Grove. St. Petersburgh: Rev. Sam
to initiate. studs to find out why. Brown. St. Augustine Churttu
Lay delegates elected were L. New Pocket TRANSITOR RADIO Sale
Bishop LoutUt noted that In Redeemer Church St. John Orlando Rev Nelson -

receiving and confirming 1,563 Sarasota E Cooke.; General Lewis B. Rock Pinder. Was $39.95 -. Now at Only $14.95Powerful

persons in the put year.be St John's, Homestead; Charles IL -
f I diocese Dynamic Speaker-Makes a Wonderful Gift
fell 110 short ofbe Gerhardt AH Saints, Winter
number of new members gained Park and Stafford B. Beach Holy I With free battery carrying case and Magnetic Earphone

, in the previous year. Trinity West Palm Beach. TOOTH Complete line of TV's and Radios-At low prices

I} The Bihcp reported that one RESOLUTION ON RACIAL ACHE 'tie.Ile""" Low Repair Prl 1SOOTIN'S

new parish and three new missions M Ins h s.eO
in the Miami area were
among the 13 churches adm1Ued The convention unanimously 321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1569

to the diocese this year. adopted a resolution on racial RA'ErJackson's --
conditions and tension in this
Bishop Louttit also called for
The resolution said In
greater giving In order that the
diocese can have the funds Deeded part
for church expansion, develop "This convention records its Toddle Inn
went of Camp Wingman and commendation of all who seek to
tablishment of a student centerat remove from our society unjust

the new University. of South forms of racial discrimination by Parent Party June 1 t. At the
Florida. the use of means and methods
school i
Tuesday evening at S p.m. which are in keeping with the Graduation Eiercloea f 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
solemn, evening song wu held at mind of Christ.1 June 177.30 at Bethyne II........ dll
the auditorium. Another capacity tary School. 2900 NW 44rdTrr. .
cruwd, attended which was featured Admission 10 cents Y

by a solemn procession' of The convention! adopted two Children's Picnic Juno 18 THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
ail the priests in the diocese and budgets one, of S187.870.78, Virginia BeathSUMMER

the convention sermon by Bishop for current' expenses and the SCHOOL C
Louttit. other of $539,861 for the church's

In his pr >ram dtsan provincial Juno 20 to July 22
sermon the Bishop em.ptustaed -
the fact that there are Fee fl.00 for entire course wfth.
an4The out transspertatlon. $40 withtransportation. Fresh Meat-Low Prices
three degrees of perfection whirl convention adjourned at 1o'ck School -*11. I
aU people strive to attain: ** Thursday and will meet 3:11.
First, the maintenance aDd in Orlando in May next year. i
continuation of Ufa.
Secondly the moral life-civic DEANERY .....LA& ",.. _
and social.

And thirdly, the craving of Among delegates and visitors For The Finest Moderate Rates.. ,Call
Apartments at
something greater than this world to the convention from the various
offers. I Negro churches in the Miami
The convention *rte continued deanery were
Wednesday morning with the I St Agnes: Tne Ven John E.
I chief business the voting for candidates Culmer. Dr. I. P. Darts Elliott J. BONDED COLLECTION
I for various offices u well pjeze and Samuel Moccur. Alternates
u delegate to the next general : Alfred Strachan Roosevelt
coavenuon which meets in Chicago Thurston

next year and the provincial Christ Church: Fr. Theodore R.
synod which meets in Memphis. Gibson William J. Stirrup Sr,
Tenn.CULMCR David White and Akmzo Culmer. AGENCY Inc.

Alternate: William J. Stumip Jr.
;1 SPOTLIGHT CAPTURES Edward Hanna and Crispen Fife. ,

! Church of the Incarnation: Fr.
One the of Wed
of highlights
Elitfaa Clarke. Rev. IL E. S. '
nesday morning's session was the
Reeves and Arthur C. Blatch. Alternate
report bbe Yen. John E. Oul-
Thomas P. Johnson.Church \ '
mar of St. Agnes, in his official of the Transfiguration: The largest collection and rental

capacity u Arcndeason for Negro Harry Nabble. .

Culmer work in the diocese. Father St Peters, Key West: John agency in the South; operating in L4
gave a complete analysis
Reese' and George Cambridge.
of the status of the Negro: in this ._
Alternates Edward Weech vlsi-
; Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
country relationship to the 'or. Cyril Fisher.
White. He received thunderous

applause. St Patrick. West Palm Beach: Housing areas
Fr Lambert Sands and John W.
Stevens. I|I

The convention banquet war St Ann's. Hallandale.: Fr. EUaha v. L 1ROOKS, President
held Wednesday night at the Ev.ergladcM Clarke and Garnett Dorsett I
Hotel St. Andrews, Hollywood: Fr.

Speaker was the Rt. Rev. Randolph Jarrett Atkins and Samuel Sy. MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
R. Clairborne Jr, Bishop of 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN
the diocese of Atlanta. Bishop Brown., Petersburg Rev. Sam DADE AND

Clairborne spoke on "Some of. BROWARD COUNTIESBO.DEQ2
the Fundamentals of Our Faith. WOMEN DELEGATESSt
He based his address on three

principal propositions: namely Agnes: Mesdames Eunice
-Either God exists or does not Moss, Marjorie Wake nd Lenora
exist." Secondly "If God exists, Smith; Alternates: Mesdames
then God Is the most importantof I Mae Thurston Ions Holmes and .... 'L ,,1I ,
existing things and "1f God Mildred Allen. I -: "'" AGE CY INC.
I ,
is the roost important of existing,
things then the most important I Christ Church: Mesdame Rosa .

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Cod' will and strive to carryout Davis.
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, I I The adult tjpewt"U classesare f
now going en at Booker: T
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I Washington High School. Now is ..
a good chance tor ontu: become
an etixrient, typist Loud piU .1s'r. .. ?$$.tt
are very much in demana Meti- I
tog nignts are Monday and Wednesday 22nd Ave. & 69th
manta from i io 10 p.m. OX 1.7959 N.W. St.

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On Channel Class 10 1 I MERYYNtEROrs-a .

buwtti concert tai uw University year It will be the Under the sponsorship of.be I
wl Miami Eye Institute netted a Shp" whir prizes to Greater Miaou Council of I
wooing Jhw.ut .-. There's talk rate costumed : Ghurcne. the Junior c...*. of MiOlivette b
around that Larry Steeie might June 3 from the 's Baptist Sunday Schu,
uo a Smart Atiws utsnent for Causeway at 8:30 MaN Jonnny ferry teacoer. \\'u
our Chusuan Hospital Miami A&ury entertained' ,'appear on Channel 10 Sunday
iha new doctor. James WilsonUr Bring of friends morning May 29 from 9.30 to i"Mrs.
>u.fcS has ttrusned m medicine modern Hollywood I. C. Mickins is superintendent -
at Meftarry We wonder why of Sundays back I I of the school The pubic .* .
note youngsters don't enroll in .opn., ten chef, requested W watch the program :.y
tAe IAMU law school or the food and plenty of I
soviet of paarnwcy. It's tree, Dr. Lawrence Hicks Graduates From PMt MARCO JAfat [MOiUROvACS ca.......,
."*hy nut take advantage of it? for a short stay I : .M40RE WARDEN MCCNaff..SRelilts
hterytody; can't be a school ney Robert Gray
teacher.ITS Jacksonville this TheologicalSeminary

HARD TO BELIEVE that Richmond
lila tehe CaUvway ue to wear a "BETWEEN HEAVEN AND HELL"Robert

toe *9 outfit not so lone back Women's I' Austin It Cuopt" son of Mrs. Wagner Broderick Srawford Terry Moor
Two gossiping sisters, trying to14ftire
Louise Cooper of 2'Y1' Washington
wftere the fat has gone, I (In Color)
in Ccconut Grove
prempled me ufc. law. Now I I I The JUchmonr; from graduated -
the SeaiiuryWesterntUacopal
men's installed' its
know about<< Sue Harm Health
and Reducing Center I also I Sunday afternoon ; TheokHMNal I Seminary at
Evanston THRU
on Thunday.j .
kAtfA Blanche ha. been at this ,I a lovely program ,
cwrter. I did not know the *as frrshmerrt The j Cooper is a graduate uf Carvei<<
sire JW wrier to this A CUt with White club colors I Itign School in the Grove and StAugusUne's .
&MMtcae rtv akd plenty: She uMN tiful color scheme Cud l lege, Ka. in, !
} wearing 14, gerlat as you x:ttings I NX, Cuoper ts a product ul ,
yoitfd a..r. She wears Rle 10. aDO The ckib's flower, j, Christ EpifccupJi i Church ui the
M v,ry *...,p> of the auod hap- t.on was worn by i' Grove, and u a candidate fur holy
S*"A5.... Theie's plenty of help! The club's lasting orders from that ehiuvh, with a t iIflWp
lor al Sue's Ctater. .... sponsorship<< of '
you why I'I rvcummindation of the it4.-c't"I.:
wait, ytw'te .toeing date Heights Junior I I n Theodore R. Gibson.

Myrtle Davis Cooper exiJ''da0 bi! ume the t !
THIS IS THE LAST week for priest in charge of two E aeupi. *
.*g racing at faoulou Klagk-i Mts.ions in the link-trUaard" t t
track Two weeks after iU doors Elected Elks County ana.Co 1 C

Wetopined, the area renovated ver is a Rat \e<< of Cucunu.: ; ,
X. you wa extended, due to the 2nd Vice Grove, and was reared in that :
tort attendance We<< know the area, Where hu family u well '
paln.nar I wa highly apprccat- known and u numbered among
tot l by Ihi imnwdtatf reaction The Greater )' the pioneers. j' ( i t
The HOX 769 is proud of Dt. 1JOUPH
MMS. thanks to all concerned -
who elected -- .
at Wt nall.fur thtxurfewy was : --
shown and may next dent in Daytona c r tvsm..+
H attending the! I

'.trio time of the year .is also reunion to Screen, Edna Steel"I
ttroe. U'. that one time Cokine. Olivia R I
Taylor. Hester
wfttn UMvftts, old class mate. It
4 oM
come < aether to recall times.
HTW alumni association annual Marion Muldrow. "CRACK IN TilEMIRROR' Ti t

ramktti bail highlights this greattMy Daughter Alice
on June 10 at the Ilarlem the sick list. She III U !

;goare. A gala bill is yours for at hcme We are : ORSON WELLS .. taor r rl
the hawp tttk. Invite have been flounce that Dt. Plus
....Ied. If >,.,, MVt' tt received' u up and out again. "
3 Murderesses"
fours drop in at the Time on

3ni ave. The Temple -.
ing of a very
Ruth Garrett We .. .. : DIl.ULtAR!
WEDDING BELLS. Across the "
with Dt. Loretta
waters MeUern Hollis Bam and
lots of her husband
Xtchard Anthony Huberts are doiBg -
tile natural thing Its stated ten are asked to I A picture as great as
Nellie Graves and ?
tar JIIAe W. m St. Aides at 6 am. J ff =
Her mother .is very j
Tile reception follows on Blue of
t .,....
till Hoed Rutty Louise Greater Miami j + q. o. w
WeetkMie and Albert Italic are 769 u joining Greater !
planning theirs fur July at Betheltlaptiat in sponsoring a Barn 'I
Church 1"ht.Errol Bas- day May 27 at the : "SergeantRutledge"
baths will hour the rt'C."toption 17th _t. and 4th I\
Wedding m>*trti. n for the John and have a good
K Johnsons Jr. is June 1. Abner or Daisy

ever you choooe, but
May 24, the Randolph Arlincs; a group at Mt
2-6. Mr... and Mrs.. Thomas. W. Church 66th st and NEXT ATTRACTION
Blue. June 2. the Melvin Foxes the 11 a.m service.
and Sylvester and Gloria Stalls- daughters are Starring
worth BWTHDAYS: May 30.Olive present r"'r Oevfnersist..
B Alexander Walter
Goodman, W C. Sftadt-r C rmne MtaODYCtN01M1 W AODItNC

!.. Ant.+n Ellison; June HO I. Ann'n. Jarrett.Harbura Gladys. Air JUANO HERNANDEZWith ; iSaTICt/At10N NNta110N

Tiwrston. Mary Blatch. Lulu ..
Iili11er 3Ad Cecil Pratt Viola a big C
c l tn; led Mares Henry; Sib \ .
J B Staley. William Griffin THEATRE Negro and White Cast !

JACKSON'S Toddle Inn's 14th "DIARY OF Your heart will swell with
graduation txetxurs will be held SCHOOL
June 16 at Bethany* SIA Acad With Anita racial pride when you Me i
t"I126ul) a\i at 7.30 KT\V High
School Commencement Friday. Geoorge Mont this great picture at both the
June 10 at Dade County Auditorium "King of the \ ,
irthuestern's, June '
13 at the audit Out Ope Iguana CAPITOLAND
way North Dade's Juno 10 at the
scbcoTs audUorlU1n'irlinia I
Dcaeh official need a couple of r caoi/cn turn n un m vet u anout eDit m UUK xn
lifeguards If YOU think you can
: pass the swimming' and first aid BUNCHETHEATRES Ij thtne u.1.A.
tests call Dan Johnson or Edward, tt1Glt$.LA resit si
t Tops" Kimball at KU 1-2331 j, .... MhIMe poe+er M cise
I Rachel Reeves entertained<< about ? T Icr detCI cia
w 50 guests Sunday in honor of her SAT. ... @bler 1.4
i 10th birthday The pony rides in Starts Wed., June 8th i r
the blocked oft street went over

i\ big wttto nJtHPC the ktddk who .have. Downtown been- I MAY 7 BIG 21 to "' ; Adults 95 centa I ATOM to r

clampdown' on f
' I3 hardhlt-ciru. aDd since falling the! off of Cuban "Wild Students 60 cents SUBIIARlIlE .

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"The Slavery of Crandon Park Zoo

O. B. Beauticians End Silence .. Ameri ca'. On New ScheduleSpring

Liability") Is over Crandon Park

Zoo went on Its summer schedule
I clLrr: A.. OOOA. Tenn. today! It mean an extra hour on
23rd Convention "Mitto&s of white Americans'h')I Sunday and holidays.The .
boat of theft trrevtom. but fail hours you can \"l51tht
to nsX out wftea tfce etvfl fEttsand and its 609 specimens will be
ar.ithet. zoo
Itigh.ghts if the 23rd convention sate pertainjig. to current cHI I er+brtri Ves 114raky. St.h foie..e- eivi.: 3berfe of taetr fellow 9:30: ajn. to 4:30: p.m. weekday*
B.ossna veiepreeats' of unrest"" admoais4- :\ftMitt.a.41.AM! vMateO: sad by tart
of the Orange ettIIMrM ar* and 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 pjn. Sun.
reoee4. :
Co *
Kr Otjsja *
Beautician A.NOC.2.1 the11Uo ed the sseaben of the OBBAo i b-urg. u *naa." Miters ww ?hags this and holidays.
Mrs. days
be a.ert A their vigilance :in &C leefelat?. HaiteadJalet shackled by
and Welcome team ever de Ar ua ar. a truth
sponsored by J. e joJU be Usea. reogMM sad cetaauraitjr service\ Cone Bus, :rimtrr Patetiia.Mr M .W" tit i.Vev This st- Visitors in tfce Dade County
numbers Live and tweaxy- are for oar country Seeds die ceaed Oily X Howard J. cvafian 3.ekms. :eere \I't' It .*< Aaetlra's treatte Park Zoo may remain in the areaonehalf
at 3 pjn. at me SiDHAu.i1t.ot- '..= gtudaece of tfce fcoty sMrSe I Pea: *. Mrs. Nancy "St 3hotv les the c\M war be- hour later if already inside -
turn May IS. State President.I was ale a rtst&g vole of I star Jet..atawrV *t 'P"Im: "seea&se!! sad demcc* at ck.ing time according to
'nt.deac b th aerators a: the I II aad J L. Ue.v .. t-r hahaataeiM.vafrrd ., .. T h
Elaine S. Wa don pr *wLnj. c e I I )tr0...., was' are 1\ cf her idartrt.
At 730 p.m. worship at tM I c.cse Elected o ncrs: Mrs. A ate S. n.etod 'saw ......w 'e tie We. hr a was voiced by' zoo opens time at 10 a.m.the
Tabernacle BapUsi C&urefe, Rev. Wa.doe.: state gteueeat.. W_ ",,;, .. c avweaaa d 2 4iTsiesec M BDa J lUkr. exeratlve dim but ctaes the same as
J. K. &r>aut, paster. Tae speaker -I Palm Beach Mrs. F MV..:.. Sntvxe I e.- rc'Mt .f *e 4tistt Christian reftriar zoo.
Mrs. Angenora G. Brown, hex Peeapaaa Mr Kathleee 'rW tlfW:. by'.tse l.A.J. J.JiitCI Crsferroce. as she The Crandon zoo is a popular
subject, MTa 'World Around us." ROM. second' rsee. Taae*. Mrs I t -.: 3IfIIIt .......... m n..-.c.t tM rrredcm Sunday spot year round entertaining
Mrs. SopAIe N. SUrke of Jack Conae Mess third vtee St. Pet- 2$1.. 'I.- ts amasses T nn.. on free: to the public as a Dade
aonviile received a p.aque from ateraeoa. lay IS. !9.7M spectators a year. It Is

Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Juuus ownersof The raUy w spon ?rrd by Ae C<
Sunlight Ueauty Scaool for MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Carab We; Committee of the
outstanding cervices in the Gels Ctlanaa"P Branch cf the
of lkauC uwre. Mr. Julio PAGE 10 SATURDAY MAY 2$. 1960 XsAACP is cogKremorstion of the parkmJ1E
was presented a beautiful watch. I h teric May 1?. 1W4 Supreme !
by tftc: as6cialion members. A Cri XVciuoa. outlawing racialfegegatien :er. t+sz
banquet was served the conventioneers schools.
In public

Church basement alter! service 111he Negroes Flourish in Ac overflow' audience of more w

that 500 persons jammed the
12 H <<
olficul business $ "
auditorium of the CosmopolitanCeramunity
noon the crowning of the c urehh, and rerlsterrd ::
queen Mrs. Mabel Rogers of unit their support of the NAACP rS415
No. 5. by the out-gotng queen, Integrated Armed ForcesNegroes and the current student resistance a JI
unit 7, Miami
Mrs. Dora Dtrsett. to racial Ktrefation. Rev, =
8 Or- I
unit ,
Mrs Lduan Shaw
I Horace A. Tyler was chairman of
lando and Mrs. Bertha Sneed ---- -c.A
haft floorlabed under the program and Rev C S. :
unit 55 )Miami her attendants. ., .... .....
intefration in the armed Puner rejxT thaI .nce" Ko- Grooms is pastor of the host .:::
At 5 p.m. parade. forces to such a decree that today na the first: war in which church.' :::=..-:atr e6

The winner of the oratorical they have become "virtual- whites and Negroes fought in
contest was Mrs. Bertha Sneed.' ly the pride of tbe! service anda genuinely Integrated' units HA< LCM DRUG CO.

The pruc i* an advanced course crucial factor in America's "no tone in authority kvrteualy It Pays to Advertise!
N.W. It 4v., Miami Fta.
in cesroetokgy. Mrs. Ollie M. defense according' to a report questions the military value of *:
Walter, chapman. by Morton Puner editor of the .n1t11ra tioftl."
Bulletin of the Anti-Defamation
The hair style show was a huge League of Bna B'rith. "It t ook.-kmter, for lrttegr.-

ucceoa.narrated by"Beauty Mrs. in Wilma Orbit"Dorrell.was I His study based on two educational tion to work to\eU out on social the sayt and LAMOUNT GUESTand

unit GO and state board inspector month-loaa tours of DefenceDepartment
"But today attitude are summed -
3. installations In the
In the words of MaJ.
United' State and up
ten other
In competetive styling In. Gen Harvey Fischer a W e s t
Fl **Hr Bvwen unit 53, Daytona countries form in the appears June issue In of article Coronet Pointer and Korean veteran LODGING HOUSEROOMS

&eac, first prie. Sam lUmberL magazine out today. who says: 'Heart is heart blood
unit 99, Lakeland second and 'I is blood what difference doescolor
Mrs. Mary I'opez, unit 5, third, He found that Negroes' constitute make. And In the wordsof
West I>alm Beach. IS percent of all noncommissioned Negro Navy Lieut J.g.) L. OVERNIGHT, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY
donatedto officers In the E. Jenkins who -)'IAftet'l
The queen trophy was army even though they make up awhile, you start thinking of
the Artist Bureau by only 10%" of army personnel. In whHm aa people* "
Solomon and presented to the United' States Air Forces tDEuI'OPf.
queen' : by the president Mrs. OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
14.5% of all non-coms -- - -- -
Waldon. Mrs. Fannie Williams
are Negroes
even though they
unit 36. won second prize in the represent only 7.5"% of the enlisted J. B. SMITH
contest "Wh, I use Velvet men. 12032: NW 3rd Ave. Call FR 1.2036
Touch" and was prt'al1tedhe ELECTRICSERVICE
"Miss Velvet Touch Trc iy" by "For Negroes, life In the"In..
Mr. Solomon of the Velvet Touch tograted services Is filled with
Co., first priae winner. Mrs. Ma challenges and opportunities denied Electrical Contractor
Gaffnejr of Tort St. Joe. "
mie them u "civilians the

Honorable mentions: Mesdames Coronot article declares. The HOUSEWIRING"Don't Vandalism Is
CaptoU )Mitchell Larsen Sims reoord .how that they are
and Frvddie Coles. They were making the most of it The percentage cuss Call us"

presented! orchid corsage by Mrs. of Negroes taking TenantA
PHONE OX 1-3625
Willie M. Censor of Ceasor's courses with the United States
University of Cosmetology Ml. Armed' Forces Institute b 14% Night or Day
ami. and Mrs. M C. Graves of for the rest of the men In uniform reward will be paid to anyone for confidential information
the Velvet Touch Beauty Salon. the figure Is 9%. -

--- _uu leading the and conviction of
The Chosen Twenty-five baja- _. : to arrest any

quet KocseveH was a High brilliant School affair cafeteria at the RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE person who destroys property managed by Bonded

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SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 PAGE 11

St. Mary' W. C. M. Church

Sunday School wu opened by BRAND NEW
C& John Dullard After devotion
tIBAHA'I classes took tber respective places Lovely 3bdroom, 2 bath

with their teachers. Lesson wa and garage, oak floors rile

reviewed by Mr Dullard Maxine roof, built-in electric kitchen I
Major, secretary.Morning i
devotion was led by:
the youth of the church and a 1354 N.W. 59th St-

short crogram was rendered. Thespeaker Open J.' p.m J| I-tJ40
for the occasion Mrs.
ASSEMBLYMiss We Build No
Dorothy S. Sawyer. Her addresswas Money

Olive Alexander, execu- ST. LUKE BAPTIST very inspiring and was en* DownWe
tive director of JESCA, and Joyed all Music was furnlsh-
member of the City of Miami Kev. P. W. Williams pastor I .a ed by the Youth Choir with Miss
tt-Jlacial( Committee, will lead Mrs. Buneu ,reeD, reporter Janice Parks at the organ and have Iota to build In
Sunaay School ...... ushers No. 1 served.
the discussion at the Center, 137 Q let superintendcnt. Liberty City area
NW 11th 7 Morning woruup Uw I Itst officers and teachers
ve, jun. Sunday 135 x 195 Corner
U thank all who
wish to appearedon
May 29. Her subject will be
The Oneness of God's Pro- worship ,, __.-. ,,, 1w1 l the program. Cash paid for Iota or hornet

h" Everyone U cordially- Tne No. cftoir' cf St. Luke Bap-' i by The the evening pastor. devotion The Rev was II. led V. SEYMOUR BARON

vited. tat. Churcn= invite >ou ui a LULLS' Stuart delivered the message. Our
Licensed Builder Incur**
ica program alter service: i ua- famous male chorus furnished
AMTIOCH BAPTIST uay night May ail. Pray fur the music with their organist Mrs.U .
*.c* and shutins. Hlggs at the No. two
Rev. J. organ.
W. Stepherson. pastor. j ushers served.' ,,
M. T. Copeland reporter i

Sunday School -............,,. ".J" ..rW1...."" ...... tV&W5uuwr and We others are ,praying Visitors for are our always sick Advertise! It Payt!
Morning worship 11:00 welcome.
BTU 12' ttiuw ___ >r:3uLAe ;
Evening worship TOO "' 'H '."r..u., __... IJW"uwu.

'u,. _..___ ,;;.au ,
Services through the day will ), utLA Juncaay, asc
follow their usual procedure. The ,- wn.u.L.U\ s C.5L wy.sw .
Sunday School Is sponsoring this trgiLrt nwoiuuy meeting olxMra 1 Ctfltril Life Insurance Ce.IS .
Sunday as appreciation day for 6l"=: /iaC.i Vkiu. iw Reid -Ta'
cur t stor. You are invited.Don't ...--...., u gm. May .{u HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR

v--.c tx.xa A'U. 2 will lave .. I
forget the Tea. May 29 cn.rge 01 ceaaa --- CONSIDERATION THEIR
a4 to 8 p.m. at th home of i+.at. lneeUD& .rUQQt.y The chairman Mrs Madelyi

4867 Mr and NW Mrs.29th ave.John. sponsored A. McMinn by **.: outa ol vo: caurcn will I Ia. I Davis Feminine and her Emphasis co-workers Day" of which the< New Family Group PlanFather

ihveeet a prv, ram auruu UMvkoisnip.
the Pastor's Rid Club.
..n oJl4 iou are urgvuu was bald May 22 at the New MtMoriah .
Baptist Church 'wUa to Mother, Children-All Under On Pretnfam
Thank you for your presenceand cue rut to inspire our jruuui
loyal support during our an- ... oils cLiott.w I thank the many friends and meter Newborns Automatically Insured at Birth
churches for their wonderful
niversary. The The amohnt raised was \ ate invited> W attend a co-operation that was given U AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
over $1,200. president and
atiuun review Atuouay help make our Woman's Day a
members of choir No. 2.
Du i't forget to for and wune o, poajk.reu by sty Wce>. great success. We want to thank Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount
volt the sick. pray .n &viv.4.v vtuau. itciic&omcsu* our morning speaker, Mrs. L. E From
MUI t/e ui fce in tine kociai till Thtmas and our evening speaker,
01 ue caurou.AAI Mrs. L. W. Fannin for Ute wunderfui -
ST. PAUL A. M. E. us ,"ill for and trait Qc message deUverrd. We archappy $2,000.00 ff $50,000.00The

Rev M. J. Fayson pastor erect ana auul-lna. to report that lyth St.: and 4th Court was raised during our cektira-
Also Offers Other Attractive And
Sunday School -............,,, 93 b TRIUMPH CHURCH Lion of our Cth Feminine Empa-
Morning worship ll:0t sis Day Again we say thank you. Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
ALP| League &hui a of Wudum ......".... lo.'W Mrs. TheJma Jamerson, clerk
5JI Auunday Setvice -_......,.. 1ZWtsvtnang
Evening worship -....... _. TOG \1- _. _._ Uu Watchtower .

The members wish to welcome wurlbp '_'_'.. LW
our pastor back from the conference Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
coming Sunday will t* Convention

and which also was trust.held that In he California had a our ttuncr li*of tu p Sunday. It U in Ute 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
our lidkhwp p. H. Harris
peasant trfcx Bennie Crump. f brekUrigminiiter
of iltUburgti. We are asking of the Miami west con.
The morning worship was led rvvryoo to ctMuc out and Juan 'M xregation of Jtfwvah's<< Witnesses OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
bar the pastor, theme. "Your with us to make this a grand af rwcrnlljr anftwund-d that
elghborw," -wtiich was enjoyed by fair. Miami'srt. owtfregaUon will MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
Jte* AlM dun'l forget our Schwul:. of be +seato at. Ur thrre lay 176 N.W. 14th St. 662 N. Rosemary Aa.
Wisdom which begins at 10< ajn. Chri...lean semiaar to be held at
" The evening servke was led by and the noon day service. the Klk-i item; CTta St. and FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE

3e assistant pastor Rev. S. Mat- You are invited to come out Osprey Ave. Sarasota June 700 ff.W. 2nd St. 304 N. Eighth St.
Crews It was Inspiring.FRIENDSHIP and tuve a glvriLcd LIme with
us. purpose of the assembly
BAPTIST u to strengthenh minister to
Rev SPIRITUAL BAPTIST become' a more effective servant
C. J.
pastor : lad to br able to expruM himself -
., reporter 10250 S.W. 176th Street .
SundayuSchool clearly.Mr
a-JO Pcmae. Florida
Morning services 11:00 I Crump said "much as-
11.1 During the pastor's absence Munbly preparation is ncceasary
1:20 next Sunday, the Rev. Harold I and that eight departments I
Evening services ....... ..., TOO .ome "
Brown of St Mattfcew
will tie in operation. I I
Preaching service for the re- (*iurh. Rev. N. Clark pastor The **.*ftWy will fellow the
Y.v.II meeting will begin June. d wail be the speaker morning and thrfne. "Sevk Peace aDd Pursue I
trough June 17. Time 7:15 night it.'

p.m. The meeting *m be conducted Among the highlights will be,
by The pastor is representing the of sew ministers and
our Evangelist the the baptism
&ov J. E. McCrary of OcaU. church* at the Ministers'is in and sessionat Deacuos the profraai. "Se a Teacher on I,
Union "
lUL.r Studies.
You are invited to come and St James Baptist Church in I
Imax 'the as-
Help us In this city-wide reviv- Mianu Rev. J. L. Johnson pastor. I Sun day .
James A. Thontx.tM ,
ai meeting. we will be expectingyou. Rev. L. A. Thompson is the mod- setnbty Jr. district superintendeot, I

erator. will give the key address "Find- ,

Continue in prayer for our BAPTIST rig P ace in This Troubled,
"ck and shut in. TEMPLE Wor.d" It will be at 3 pm.

Members and friends of Temple Ail persons of good+riU are
MT. HERMON A. M. E. celebrated its 2th anniversary N.lcoie to attend The sessionsare ..

U last week with services each tree there will be no col. '
Samuvl Gay ptor i
closing on Sunday. T'b&nbW taken.
n49t section
Sunday School ...._.__ 1131 V> \ Rev N. F. Clark and congregation .
Morning worship __ U I of St. Matthew's Baptist '
evening worship .......-...,,..." 1:00 Church and the Rev. J. A. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST r
Publicity Commute National Truth
I I\4iuer and the Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor
The members wih to express i and LigM Spiritual Science Pnytlls Myers, reporterSunday PLASTIC COVERS

Lear thanks to Rev. O. E. Turner i Church for their splendid cooperation I School .............._...... ';.43
for the wonderful service he and encouragementA Morning Worship ........._... 11.00B.
rendered last Sunday during the re tion will be given on T U ..._.._.._.._......_....... SJI' .f't'ftONftl' protection for furniture ......
absence of our pastor. SSntorilt o'clock.grounds Friends Monday are Evening Worship; .. -..-.._ ....... 7:00 without hIdInG Its t outy.Dwre I.'ssr.... I

Usher Board No. 2 is sponsor.
Sunday morning we had a woo-
&g a trip around the world. First invited. oVrful message deLvercd to us by GIo.-Oecw. 1 coupe Mole .wrvthtno DUST.
top u London England, second thank me vmyl' plottic .
1'be ptor which was "Sincerity
for our DIRT
leave the auk their card MO
stop is Paris. Cars will I -
various Practices- The .
in Religious 1 C :err f M d in home
> your NONJ..fIomINIble
church at 8 o'clock.: Tt* public and presents. charades was filled to its capacity PROOF
a invited to Donation $1.00. 5 both dons with theMdic..rd
go. it The Warranty CosiS
the St and everyone ea) yed assistant
Refreshments will be served. See Sunday .e -worship at tb pastor preached Sundaynight I Workmanship .tpe -* -*"
you In Paris. Last 2515 NW Church where
stop James Baptist .
that IOUItUn'inC.
UnionAtlantic l It was a sermon
t$2nd stSunday Ministers and Deacons' Indivlduot placM Mperottly' sppe/d with
Coast Baptist Association sir vents Induing all cushions

will be Missionary is in session. At 3 pn. tbe: Junior ChurdI
Day The church will sponsor avery Herbert Ferguson one had its 3rd The .
The Rev anniversary program
outstanding. program. We our associate ministers left for was carried out n4c. and we Call Now PL 1-5841
hope for a financial success on the Bahamas last week. wish to thank all the other Junior -
that day. chorus for their excellent. r

ANTIOCH BAPTIST Rev.SALTER'S H J Benson CHAPEL pastor work.The sick and sbuit-ns are Sis. 761 N.E. 79lh St. Evening Wll-0895

Rev O. W. Foster, pastor Ruth Twiggi. reporter Ella Wilson who 1* In the hos

A. L. Johoton. reporter Sunday School .-...-- -1'= pita!, Sis. L. Thompson and Sis. NICHOLAS Pasticoversrneto
Sunday School t:43 I '.00 Mary Kelly We are praying for
worship --- -
Morning Service 11:00 Morning S:30 all of you to have a speedy recovery -
BTU &30 I ACE League TOO: .
Evening worship 7:0 Evening
--- ----

"The. Slavery of. Crandon Park Zoo

O. B. Beauticians End !I.,I Silence America'sLiability" On New Schedule

Spring is over Crandon Park
Zoo went on Its summer schedule
23rd Convention I CHATTANOOGA. Tenn. today! It mean an extra hour on
"Millions of white Americanswho Sunday and holidays.The .
boast cf their freedom but fail hours you can visit the
I I when the civil rights will be
speak out and its 609 specimens
cf the 23rd Mrs. Bizabeth Mainer. zoo
Highlights developments
con- sage pertaining to ersburg and civil liberties of their fellow weekdaysand
vestion of the Orange Blossom of unrest admonished financial secretary St. Peters- violated and by far 9:30 ajn. to 4:30 pjn.
citizens are : Sun.
Beautician Association was the the members of the OBBA to burr; Mrs. Olga Cooper record. who share this 9:30 ajn. to pjn.
Hello and Welcome program be ever alert in their vigilance! in in* secretary, Hallandale; Mrs. too delusion many Negroes in truth shackled by days and holidays.
sponsored by the hostesses and service, Corine Ellis treasurer. Palatka. ; are
joint religious community the slavery of silence. This al. Visitors' In the Dade County
numbers five and twentythreeat for our country needs the con. Mrs, Ollye M. Howard chaplain, in the
lence is one of America's greatest Park Zoo may remain area
3 at the Sunset Auditorium Untied of the Palatka. Mrs. Nancy J. Jenkins
pjn. guidance holy spirit. ; liabilities in the cold war between one-half hour later if already Inside -
May 15. State President She was given a rising vote of state organizer.. Weal Palm BeacL communism and democ- to
Elaine S. Waldon presiding.At confidence by the members at the and J. L. Davis rUamentarian, at ck-slng time according The
close cf her address. Sanford. Mr. Davis was also racy. Bob Mattlin. zoo director.
7:30 p.m. worship at the the Na- voiced by children's zoo opens at 10 am.
Elected officers: Mrs. Alaine S. elected 1 state delegate to This opinion was
Tabernacle Baptist Church Rev.J. Waldon. state president West tional convention held in San Miss Ella J. Baker execuUve dJI but closes' the same time as the
K. Bryant pastor. The speak Palm Beach; Mrs. F. M. Alt first Francisco in July. I rector of the Southern Christian regular zoo.
er, Mrs. Angenora G. Brown her vice Pompano; Mrs. Kathleen The session closed by forming Leadership Conference, as she The Crandon zoo is a popular
subject Tne World Around USe- Ross .second vice, Tampa: Mrs the link to meet in Lakeland in addressed the Freedom Sunday rpot year round entertainingfree
Mrs. Sophie N. Starke of Jack Corine Moss third vice St. Pet- 1961. I I rally In Chattanooga. Tenn. on to the public "a Dade
aonville received a plaque from
Sunday afternoon May IS. .
It Is
639,765 spectators<< a year.
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Juiius, owners
of Sunlight Beauty Soaool for The rally was sponsored by the County park.DPflJREEASER.
outstanding services In the field Church Work Committee of the --- -
Mr. Julius Chattanooga Branch of the
of Beauty Culture.
was presented: a beautiful watch NAACP in commemoration of the
by toe association members. A historic May 17. 1&54 Supreme
banquet was served the conven- Court Decision outlawing racial tsis KArM.osi Y rr.fcw.n.r
Uonters: after service in the segregation in (public schools.

Church basement Negroes Flourish in An overflow audience of more cw

Monday official business 12 than 500 persons jammed the .. ..
noon the crowning of the 1960 auditorium of the Cosmopolitan
queen Mrs. Mabel Mogen of unit Community Church, and registered :rS415
No. S, by the out-going queen Integrated Armed Forces their support of the NAACP II .-.JO A U.
Mrs. Doris Dtrsett. unit 7, Miami, and the current student resistance
Or- Rev I -
Mrs. Lillian Shaw unit S. to racial segregation :
lando and )Irl. Bertha Sneed,1 ___ __,1 I Horace A. Tyler was chairman of .....
unit 65, Miami, her attendants.At Negroes have flourished UDder the program and Rev G S. =-c.:: ..:
5 p.m. parade. Integration in the armed Puner reports that .s.nce Korea Grooms is pastor of the host --- :.. .: .*m -"..-:* :
forces to such a degree that today i *
the first war in which church. =:.. tL.-r-
The winner of the oratorical they have become "virtual. whites and Negroes fought in I .
contest was Mrs. Bertha Sneed. ly the pride of the service anda genuinely integrated units HA1LEM DRUG CO.
The prize is an advanced course crucial factor in America's "no one in authority Iwriously lIt ,
In cosmetekigy. Mrs. oWe M. defense," according. to a report questions the military value of Pays to Advertise! 1400 N.W. 3,* 4vo, Miami. Fla
Walter, cnairman. by Morton Puner. editor of the ..nlf' 'atioM."
Bulletin of the Anti-Defamation '
The hair style show was a hujesuccrsa. '
-Beauty in Orbit" was League of B nal B'rith. It took -longer for Inpegna-

narrated by Mrs. Wilma Dorrell. His study, based on two tion to work out on" social and LAMOUNT GUEST
unit 60 and slate board inspector month-ksxi tours of Defense educational .JtnvU he1'1..
of district 3. Department Installations In the "But today attitude are summed -
United States and up In the words of )IIJ.
Mrs. ten other
In competctlve: styling countries Gen Harvey Fischer, aWe a t
Flossie Ifewen. unit 53, Daytona appears In article
Beach first prize. Sam Rambert. form in the June issue of Coro- Pointer and Korean veteran and LODGING HOUSEROOMS
net who says 'Heart is heart bloodis
magazine, out
and today.
unit 39, Lakeland, second !j jHe blood what difference does
Mrs. Mary Popez. unit 5. third found that Negroes constitute color make.' And in the wordsof
West Palm Beach. 15 percent of all noncommissioned Negro Navy Lieut Or) L.
officers in the
E. Jenkins "who After
The queen trophy was donatedto says:
the Artist Bureau by Sam army even though they make up awhile you .start thinking of
only 10% of personnel. In REASONABLE RATES
army whiten **
Solomon and presented to the as people'
the United State Air Forces In
queen by the president Mrs. .. ., ,
Waldon. Mrs. Fannie Williams, Europe 14.3 of all non-coms ---- -- ------ -- OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
unit 36, won second prize in the are Negroes even though they
Velvet represent only 7J% of the en. J. B. SMITH
"Why 1 use
contest listed' men. 1203NW 3rd Ave. Call FR 1.2036
Touch" and was presented the ELECTRICSERVICE
"Miss Velvet Touch Trt&hy" by -For Negroes, life in the" Integrated
Mr. Solomon of the Velvet Touch services is filled with
Co, first prize winner Mrs. Ma- challenges. and opportunities denied -
mie Gaffnejr of Port SL Joe. them tat civilians," the Electrical Contractor

Honorable mentions: Mesdames Coronot article declares. The HOUSEWIRING
Captola Mitchell. Larsen Sims, record shows that they are Vandalism Is CostlyTo
and Freddie Coles. They were making the most of it. The percentage "Don't cuss Call us"
U.'C1 orchid corsages by Mrs. of Negroes taking
Willie M. Ceascr of CeasorV courses with the United States PHONE OX 1-3625 Every TenantA
University of Cosmetology Ml. Armed Forces Institute b 14%
ami and Mrs. M. C. Graves of for the rest of the men in uniform Night or Day
the Velvet Touch Beauty Salon. the figure is 9%. -- reward will be paid to anyone for confidential information -

The Chosen Twenty-five bsJi- II. -- -"- ----'-- leading to the arrest and conviction of any
quet was a brilliant affair at the
Kocsevelt High' School cafeteria RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE I person who destroys property managed by Bonded
Mrs. Florence M. All chairman Rectal
Thursday 11:30 ajn. Memo- Diseases 9 Varicose Vein Collection Agency. Call FR 3-8416 and ask for
rial service conducted by Mrs R Effective. painless' non.surgical' office treatments at low cosine -
Louise Bassey, Orlando. lees time' er Income. Avoid surgery and hoepltallutlon. Why Lockhari.
The 'resident's Annual Mes-
wear truss Why suffer, delay and get worse* THANK YOU KINDLY


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I SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 PAGE 11

St. Mary's W. C. M. Church
Sunday School was opened bj BRAND NEW
John Dullard. After devotion
classes took ther respective places Lovely 3-hexIroom, 2 bath

with their teachers. Lesson was and garage, oak floors, tfla
reviewed toy Mr.' Dullard, Maxine
roof built In electric kitchen
Major, secretary.Morning -
devotion was led by
the youth of the church and a 1354 N.W. 59th SL

short irogram was rendered. The Optn 31 p.M. JC i.1140
speaker for the occasion' was Mrs.
-- Dorothy S. Sawyer. Her addresswas We Build No Money

Olive Alexander executive ST. LUKE BAPTIST very Inspiring and was en-
director of JESCA, and )toyed' by all Music was furnished DownWe
member of the City of Miami Hev. P. W. Williams pastor by the Youth Choir with Miss
QLtRacial Committee, will lead Mrs. Bunu orecn.. reporter Janice Parks at the organ and have Iota to build la
the discussion at the Center, 137 Sunaay School .. ...".,,_,_ .;3Q ushers No. 1 served. The superintendent Liberty City area
NW 11th eve., 7 jwn. Sunday Morning worsmp IIW .it officers and teachers
May 29. Her subject will be bru l3u wish to thank all who appearedon 135 x 195 Corner

The Oneness of Cod's Prophet veiling worship -"..... .... 1wl i the program. Cash paid for lot or hornet
*." Everyone is cordially in TAe Nu. The evening devotion was led
vited. caoir 4,1 Su Luke liapuv by the pastor. The Rev. II. V. SEYMOUR BARON
Churcn ami >ou W a mus- Stuart delivered the message. Our
acct Licensed Bulldtr Insured
program alter service i>uo- famous male chorus furnished
AMHOCH BAPTIST uay moat, May i*. Pray fur the music with their organist Mrs.

Rev J. W. St benon pastor scat and sautins. IP tI + U Illfgs, at the organ. No. two
M. T. Copclaad reporter ushers served. ,, ----

Sunday School ........,,",,, f-4v We arc praying for our sick
Morning worship 11:00 .1..11..1,1 111.1 a1N&I1.1 1 and others. Visitors are always Advertise! Pays!

BTU fell .) &LM .y UU6 ____ W welcome
Evening worship TOO ...wnut '"N'ratuy, ..__.. era;use I
&., ''' .. .
Services through the day willfellow ,++w tar WLA
unuay, as
their usual procedure. TAo c'la.ira.ri a.ute list .
Sunday School is sponsoring this r; a e0Wit muuuny meeting U41.Iw. ol Central life Insurance C.

Sunday as appreciation day for sew viaeCi.i u.ifU w" W be.w..1M.1.J uetd
cur sector. You are Invited. I4.&lh. May oW. IS HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR

Don't forget the Tea. May 29 have I CONSIDERATION THEIR
at 4 to 6 ,P-m at the borne of & IucMii
u.gaat.aee The
chairman Mrs
Mr and Mrs. John A.
McMinn IgU1b ot tA church will Davis and her co-workers of the
4867 NW
29th New
sponsored by Family Group
"Feminine Emphasis Dajr" which
the Paster's Rid dub. pacseeaat a program aurui, UKMoisaip.
rw4.Il4 iwu are urgvu was held May 22 at the New ML.
Thank you for your presence w came vui to inspire our yuutu Moriah Baptist Church -vkUa to Mother, Children-AH Under On. ........

and loyal support during our an .. uiis ctiorU I thank the many friends and sis New>borns Automatically Insured at Birth
niversary. The amobnt raised ter churches for their wonderfulOeoQperaUon
over $1,200. The president was and lint are umied W attend a ( bat was given ishelp AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM

members of choir No. 2. ga>iuun MKVICW Aluouay mgut, make uur Woman's Day a
Don't forget to pray for andv wune 0, *you *reu by Vu. W"'*c>. peat success. W. want to thank Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount
,:.t the sick. iU oc4>.cv t+tYUi. lt ueantncsulwar our morning speaker, Mrs. L. 1:. From
arc wo k..e ui the wuai war Thcmas and our evening speaker,
ST. ui nee cauroo.AAI Mrs. 1* W. Fannln for the wonderfui -
us tray lot and VJ.WQc message deUwrrd. We are $2,000.00 fa $50,000.00The
Rev M.. J. Fayson. pastor sere: aria &Aut.una. happy to report that over &200
UIUI 2>L and 4th Court was rauoi during our celebration -

Sunday School -...."........., PJfc TRIUMPH CHURCH of our 0th i'emUune} Eropa. Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
Morning worship ii.-oi sis Day Again we say thank you. Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
dtcz League -- ....... SJO Schuvt Evening worship' .".",,....... IM .YI'tlj Service: ............. 12.00
,. ._ UU Watchtower .
The members wish to welcome worship ..."._._... 8.UU !
cur pastor back from the: conference This Consult Our District Offices or Th. Horn Office
whkti was held in Callorua coming Sunday ..W.... Convention

and also U'Wthat he had a- bung our liooap of Sunday It is in Ule 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
our Uthvp P. U. Jiarru
Peasant trfcx JUeonie Crump Oresidlrig
iltUburgo. We are asking minister: of the Miami west con.
The morning worship wu led fvvryoi W come: out and join 10! '&J"ei aUcn of Jtr>ovsh's Wit.raw OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S FAST COAST
cy the pastor, theme -Your wIth us w make Uus a grand af rwvntijr Anaeuaord thatMiami's

Neighbor; ," taich wa* enjoyed by fair. ...._t HtfregaUon, wlU MIAMI WEST PALM BEACH
Ai**> d n'\ forget our School of two rrtH-***!! '! at tiw three-day 176 N.W. 14th St. 602 N. Rosemary Are.
Wisdom wluch begins at 10 a.m.
miBar to be held at
evening service wu led by and the noon day scrvwe. ttra KlkJIWKJ.. CTOi .s&. end FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
assistant pastor, Jtev. S. Mat..rwa You arc invited to come out
Osprey Ave.
' ; It Sarasota. June 700 N.W. 2nd St 304 N. Eighth St.
was inspiring.FRIENDSHIP and Gave a glwriLcd time withus. 3-S.

The purpose of the assembly
BAPTIST is to .trt.g1fen each minister to
Rev C. J. Burnt/ pastor SPIRITUAL BAPTIST UYomr a more effective servant

Claudia WUaoo reporter 10250 S.W. 17tth Street aDd to br We to exprum' himetf -

Sunday School "._........ ".JO Ptrrine. Florida clearly.Mr .
vfonung services --.. ".....- 11:00 Crump said, "much assembly
BTU -_ 130 During the pastor's absence preparation' a necessary
Evening next Sunday, tAe Rev. liareid and that pine eight' departmental
services .-.-....." TAO
shown of SL Matthew Baptist will tw in operation." |
Preaching services for the re. taunts Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor, The afflWy will fallow, the
"va. meeting will begin June d wall be the *p ak" morning andThe htrtne "Seek Peace aad Pursue l
:oup June 17. Time 7:15 tugbL it.' I

phi The meeting will be conducted Among the htghlights. will be
by our Evangelist the passel is representing the the bapUsm J new ministers and
Kv J E. McCrary of Ocala. cburch at the Ministers' and Deacon pie program, "lie a Teaoher on
is in
Union wtuca "
You are invited to come and at St. James Baptist Church in Bibe; Studies.
help W in this citywide reviv- I Miami. Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor. Sui.My "A'111 oa.mu. :the uImbO
*> meeting, we will be expecting: Ilcv. L. A. Thompson is the mod Mr. Jamca A. Tborrt'e'n t
rou. erator. Jr. district cuperinteadeot i
I will give the key address -rind.ng I
Continue in prayer for our BAPTIST Peace in This Troubled
< Wor.d" It will be at 3 pm.

Members and friends of Temple All parsons of foodArill. are
HERMON A. M. E. ceki" >rated its 28th anniversary weikrocne, to attend The sessionsare

IU? fiamurl Gay pastor I last week with services eacIinight tree. there will be no col.action -

Sunday School ... .. .. .......__ fJI to the, closing Rev N.on F. Sunday Clark end Thank congregation ta>
Morning worship _..,,...", ,., li**I of St Matthew's r 'I ?
Evening worship ..._._._ TOO tat Church and the Rev. Bap-I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
Publicity Committee and th. National 'I
lustier Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor I IPnyilis
The members w"!* to express I and Light Spiritual Science I Myers reporter | PLASTIC COVERS

for the wonderful service he' and encouragementA Morning Worship ...--.. 11:00 I I

rendered last Sunday during the I ream will be !given on B. T U ......_.._......_._.._.._... SJI'
Monday .. .......
grounds 'ermanent protection for funwItur .
absence of our I the church j j.fti Evening Worship TOO Yr I I
Usher Board No.pastor.2 is sponsor., .. _-Ta_ o'clodt.H Friends are without MoVtg Its Uowty." a' ........

tag a trip around the world. First invited. Sunday morning we had a wonderful
("-'jp is London England, second to thank the message deUvervd to us by Glats-CUor, S coupe DwreMoht everything OUST.
The pastor wishes our pastor which Vtnyl ploitiCC FRIE. ALURCY-IREE.t .
was "Sincerity
< op is Paris. Cars will leave the Per their carcu
I auxiJiar.es DRT.
various !
church at 8 o'clock. The public I in Religious Practices. The ,". >m Mrtf .In y ur Hem MOTH-rRf. .
* and presents. efcurch was filled to its capacity PROC>', NON-Ir+llanmebis
to go. Donation $1.00.1 and h WOIfOCboth o Eo/ihy deans with the
Refreshments served. orWP at ** 1 everyone eojoyvd it The assistant
will be
Sunday *e Church w here me pastor preached Sunday M.lc.I -4 WorimonshJp) ".IpI! *f clothIndi ..
you in Paris. Last stop, 2515 NW James Baptist
Union of nJgJ>t. It was a sermon that soul
152nd De.eoat
stSunday Minster: and stirring. ivlduol pieces separately slppered with
Associatioa -
AtlantiC: Coast Baptist air vents, Includmg all cushion
will be Missionary
is in session. At 3 pm. the Junior Church
Day The church will sponsor a The 1kY. Herbert Ferguson, tare had its 3rd anniversary The pro
very outstanding. program. We associate ministers left carried out &k and PL 1-5841
of our gram was we Call Now
rope for a financial success: on Jut week. other <,
that day. the Bahamas wish to thank all the junIor
choirs for their excellent

ANTIOCH BAPTIST pastor 161 N.E. 79lh St.
Rev II J Benson fveffiflf W/7-0895
Rn The sick stsult-ns are Sis.
O. W Foster, pastor Ruth Tw1US. reporter
Ella Wilson who Is In tee hocpital. -
A. L. JohosoD. reporter .._. ...so Sis. L Thompson and Sis.
School NICHOLAS PlasficoversriCtOCliitrel
Sunday School ....."_".... 1:" Sunday ..11:00 Mary Kelly We are praying for

Morning BTU Service ".......... 11:00 Sao ACE Morning Leaiue worship_- __" S:30 all of you to have a speedy recovery ..

worship '
Evening worship MMMMMM> 7:0 evening -

be view in the chapel from 3tun. 13
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA CARD OF THANKS) on. Friday until 8 pjn. Satur- ', -

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 The family of the late, oay. I

IU.V. UKA.,VILLE JO.NCS Services for Felton Nkkerson.1 I Rockland

take tats method of thanking. Jr. ot Will NW 14tn ct.; wnul
owir many mends and neighbors tied May 17 were held at 3:30

CARDSMEMORIALSCARD for earns norms, telegrams and p.m. May 24 at hew ML Mohan.

wUier expressions ot symcthyuunng rtapust umrch. Rev. A. 1*. Smpp,
mete bereavement tipecta : pastor burial was in t.verredl. PalacePresents
loaiuts to Kev. Ernest Wil-

OF THANKS IN MEMORIAM uam and otlxrers and members
oi nvw tielhel iiapust Churcn, to
of the city to tranCi flange .
Mr*. Leatha Williams and family In loving memory of our beloved we ministers all who
and to
tunerai home,
wish to express our thanks to I' son and brother Miss Willie Mae Johnson, 614
each cf you who were so thoughtful rwipea u* uyjien our sorrow ....W ;2oib ..., was pronounced ueaaen
busy the Luru you. ALEXSTEPHENS
of us during our bereavement Mrs. AibertAa Jones, wife arrival at action Hospitai oaaway
AW. aoe u survived' oy her
MIS. LAva Ferguson,
CARD OF THANKSThe waiter Jones son mouitr, Mis. naue bitched, autter
deity Mivcoeu, granap -
family of the late 1 .uenis, Mr. and Airs. James.

JOE J1AMLJN IN MEMORIAM: iv-oo, an aunt, Mrs. Dome MOM

who passed away on May 3, and aervtces were, conducted on M*) AND HIS
laid 11 taketM 40 at Metropolitan AM: Cnur n.Kev. .
ws to rest on May la living memory of our deal i
method of expressing their J. J. imams officiating, .
nwbb r
tfeanks and appreciation to the MHS. WIlLA BRYANT ana burial was conducted in
many friends and neighbors who aver.nen Cemetery.Mrs. .
wno, aepanco tna ute May 27,
b e,
were kind in their hours of .1'
Alouier loved 0bw
rime we ) .
Thur. Fri. Sat.
bereavement Thanks for the Every
\.tuU loved you best. Julia Davis, 18U1 SW 48th
may cards, letters telegrams Mrs. Lucille B. West, DghU died her
Carver Kancnes
flowers and all other kinds ave.
Dvc. Jchn Ancrum and Sun.
sonDEATHS Davis
of donations of sympathy. Special resioence en May IV.>> Mrs
thanks to Her. Aaron D. Hall will be remembered in the Miami
and members of Ebenezer Methodist area having come here from 10 p.m. NightlyIN
Church and the Francis : ,, Waynesville. Ga. 25 years ago
Funeral Home. May God bless bt hoe is survived by four daughters THE LOUNGE
eeeh' of you. Mrs. Viola Hill, who is State
The Family ixvuty of the Order of Eastern
Star, and Worthy Matron of the Admission FREEThe
i ivlankerftedean . ITogresalve Chapter No. 29 of Uc

CARD OF THANKSThe Otis Mrs. Sophie Ingraham of
...... .... ... .. Patterson cf 2190 NW of Jeney City. N J- Stella Brown finest foods liquors and
i54ia. ii, ups Lucka, who died
of New York and Cora Johnson I
of the later WILLIAMS. JR
family CONLEY
May az, was iuncralued May 23. d East Orange. NJ. a son.
who departed this life on May 26, beverages at popular prices
hoe i* survived by net mother,
Blow of Hollywood
James ,
1955, Gone, but not forgotten.The .
Family Mrs. Juzunte. L .t 1'atterson. a 53 &rand and great grand child

aaUKf, 1'auL ren.! Local services will be conducted Always a warm welcome

in the chapel on May 27

IN MEMORIAMIn 15ih Tfceim M, died Mae May.Forbes 12,of was 551 funerauzea NW- at 3 vinMrs.of the International. Davis was a Bible student .- -- ..... ......___ ....... ......

tTAGa,. She is survivedby School, and services' will be conducted -
laving of our devoted -
Anna bymvntile -
a grandmowier. by Bro. Cooper of J ebovah'
and ....
two coildren and on aunt, Witneas. Immediately ko J
- Mrs Hilda Eddeas.Mattte : .
towing the services she will be Troubles?
sent to Waynesville for final rites
Allen of 2170 Lincoln
ave.. Ups Lucka, woo died May Television or Radio

12. was funeralucd May 20. She Siggtbee Black 1510 NW 68lfl

I is survived by a sister Mrs. )May St.. apt.. 4 died in the emergencyroom Don't mess up your set
belie BiaJurly.John of Jackson HosptUL He was
well known arm sig younger Mi- KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND
IV-terstn' of KM NW 5th amlans, having driven a Liberty SAVE MONEY

ave.. died May 23, was fuaeralu- City Jitney for 15 years. He was Ltt's Get Acquainted
ed Saturday, May 20. He is survived better known by his many friendsas
by a wife Dorothy a brother Jue Black. He U survived by SERVICE CALLS FOR HOME

Jimmy.Seniors his wife. Ruthie Lee, his parents :>.-KVlCt.: CALL $1.50
Rev.' and Mrs. Freddie Black, 5

: sisters and two brothers. Services Drivt.ln and Save Monty
ri will be conducted on May FREE PARKING TUBES

.. The body of Onezer Johnson of 28 at 1 pjn. at Antioch Baptist TESTED FRCE

2322 NW bath st, who, died Sat- Church Rev. O W. Fester of- Hours: 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Dally
MR JOHN SWEETING I| urd y. May 21 following a short ficiating. Burial in Lincoln Memorial Cloo 1 Sunday
M" i scccd away Maya, and was, Cemetery.
nine** was ahpped to tvergreefl, W. Kttp Our Sabbath
i J...a (x-.st May U, takes this Ala for funeral rites lie is survived -
hu. ;o cf expressing thanks and by a wife Azilee and seven Clearance Sale
Mrs Dura Justice 15920 NW
i.i.picci..t.00 to the many friends
who Mere, so kind during !ts c.. .1d"", 19th av.., died at her residenceon Used radios TV consolesand
May 23 Mrs. Justice had beena
hour cf bl'C'eayl"mt'DLThankl Mclntosh table modelsReasonable
of Thomas
The body
i resident of Opa Locka for tea
for your telegrams leten. of Florida City who died May 22 years. Her survivors Inckde her prices

cards flowers, cars and aU MRS. FLORENCE HOLMES was shipped to Rome, Ga for husband. Willie Otis, a son Eugene -
e6ka kind of sympathySwmal anal rites lie is survived by his AUTHORIZED FACTORYTV
gesture three daughters, Mesdames
"who departed this life May 30, mother. Ethel, three brothers.
Emma Lee Stewart Nettie P.
l thanks to Greater
Her love of God, and humanity Soott. and Camilla Ector and several REPAIR CO.
ftottal AilE Church and assistant Graveside services for .Infant
paator, Rev. F. J. hicks DL lives beyond the grave forever in son of Mr and Mrs. Samuel grandchildren Local service 923 N.W. 62nd St.
will be conducted at the Pint
Marie White, the Daughter Elks, time that has no end, and space Price of 3240 NW 67tn at. was
the OSS. the ... and A. Masons, that has no boundaries. May her held Friday with the Rev. C. Mc- Baptist Church of Opa Locka JOE SCOTT PL 1.8311vt.
with Rev' Macon officiating. Following -
Ute employee of Fincher Motors immortal soul rest in peace. Clary officiating.Richardson. I
the services she will be
Florence Mount, daughter --" .
and the !ol. S. Allen Funeral +.al
Cleo Sawyer daughter sent to Griffin. Ga. for final rites I II
Home Again thanks to everyoae I
for vverything. Louise Strachan' daughter on Monday.
JV *f.fl
The Family Thomas L. Holmes, son '
M-Sgt S* S. Holmes, son Mrs. Ik sie Campbell 15JI NW
Glorian Holmes 63rd St.. died in Jackson Hospital Nathaniel 1 Fauon 637 SW 6th
daughter-m-la* on May 22. Funeral held oc ave. Homestead died in Kendall
Hospital on May 24 He is survived -
Leroy Mount, son-in-law Saturday. 2 p.m., from Greater
10 grandchildrenIN Israel Bethel Baptist Church with by his parents. Mr and
In sad but loving memory of burial in Lincoln Memorial. Mrs I Mrs. Nathaniel FaUon Sr. four

our char sister Campbell is survived by her hus- sisters Mesdames Mary, Drnham.
NORA THOMPSON MEMORIAMIn band Walter two daughters fc Nancy Davis Florine Moore and
Mao+ d.partedhie life on May 13, son four grand children, thre.brotbf'l'S. *I Nettle Wilborn Services will be
I"* conducted" at Covenant BapUstCburt'b Coconut Grove
sad but loving of a sister.
Gone, but not forgotten. memory of Florida City on Saturday -
May she rest in peace and my dear husband at 10 ajn Burial in Para- I$495 DOWN-$75 MONTH

light perpetual shine upon her House of Albert. disc Cemetery' Very large 2-bedroom with
Mrs. Eliza Andrews, sister 1'II'
Mrs. Rebecca Armbrister. Mrs Catherine Manning of Delphine Smith 20 month old beautiful Florida room. This

Sister 6101 NW 21st ave- died at her daughter of Mr. and Mrs Cleo home has large closets, fire

,'f' : Henry Strachan. brother hvnw May 19. She survived by Smith of 2051 NW 64th It., was place and awnings. Call us
her husband. Rev Nathaniel
, renounced: dead on arrival it
Manning a daughter, two sons, to see. No closing costs.
Jackson Hospital on May 23.
:l IN MEMORIAM / Barents of Tallahassee, four sisters Service were conducted' at Union .- -- ..

'' '" and four brothers. Funeral Grove Church :.s.
.;: May Near 54th St.
In lying memory of our dear services will be conducted Saturday Burial in Evergreen
I : mother grand mother and great- at 2 p.m. at the Triumph $395 DOWN-$75 MONTH
grandmother. Church Rev. 11. Williams pastor I I
MRS. CAROLINE ELIZABETH .a Interment in Lincoln. The body Bernice Daniels, year old Newly decorated 2.bedroorn

RUSSELL will be on view in the chapel daughter of Mr and Mrs J. W. home on large landscaped
who departed this world at Key from '7 p.m Friday until funeral Daniels of 1606 NW 58th tern, lot. No
West, May 24. 1951. Ume. I died at her home on May 24. qualifying, no closing
I Nine years ago the Lord took Chapel services will be costs. Move right in.
you home to re t. dI Mrs Annie Mason mother of ed on May 28 at 10 conduct-j
Soldier of Christ well done .M" Rev W ),1. !Mason pastor of New in Lincoln.
Praise be thy new employ I L Mt Zkn Baptist Church, Hialeah I Near Liberty City
And while eternal ages run died at the home of her son. 3101 Pamela Denise Owens, 191,
Rest in thy Saviour's Joy Jf NW 50th st on May 24. Other month old daughter of ),fro and New 3-bedroom, 2 bath

The voice at midnight came relative are three sisters a Mrs Frank Owens of 6350 NW CBS. Built-in oven anil
$ I
She started up to hear I : brother and nine grand children. 14th ct was. pronounced dead on range. No
A mortal arrow pierced her frame The body will be sent to FlemUWEton. arrival at Jackson Hosptal in closing costs, no

She fell but felt no pain. I .. ; Fla.. on May 28 for final May 23. Besides her parents' she qualifying. Balance 1 i k e
.. -
Clark Russell tL__, ,. ... rites en Sunday. She will lie In is survived by 12 sisters and rent. Small deposit will hold

M. George Russell GEORGE C. FOSTER Fy in the chapel from 3 pjn. brothers and her grandmother

Edward B. Russell sons who departed this life May 23. until 6:30 pm. Saturday. Chapel services will be held at
EJva 1. Roberts 1958. Gone but not forgotten.Mrs. 11 a.m. Saturday. May' 28. Burial CASH FOR YOUR LOT
c Green Benjamin Johnson, 1330 NW in Lincoln.
Marie Ruby L. Foster, wife ---
Oates 4ih ave died in Jackson Hospital
Annie Mispah Jones And FamilyAdvertise i 1 May 24. He will be sent to BRIGHT REALTY

I Tole daughters Valdosta, Ga for final rites. His
Eddie Grace Green. survivors are a son C J Johnson Drive Carefully! HL 78456233 NW 79th St.

ons-ln-uw I j of Valdosta, '7 .grand children
Joe Jones It Pays!
Key West Florida and two brothers. The body will

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SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 PAGE 13 Johnston and F. L Cole (UBP)
.. had 1,566 and U77. C. A. Far-! ,
) i''
; o DO'0 oc.ocIn
quharson (Labor) won 87.

Z aY Around The Bahamas In the Southern District J. S.Dethel .
and C. A. Dorsett (PLP)
led with 1. 923 and 1859. S. C.
By A. H. McKENZIE Stubbs and L. G. Wright! (Labor .
'M 39Gy4 .94Viri'YJ 1. I y y),,yy6s..Y.i J 4404V. iMr444M7 ) had 820 and 729. O. H.Bodle .
True to Its motto "AU the way"i went "all the way." ILM. Taylor (ndependent" 18ft D. lA. j
the PUP candidates In the byeand A D. Hanna took the East- Cambridge" and G. E. Weir (UBP) I
election' in Nassau last Friday I ern District to the tune of 2.044 182 and 142. The winners took
sa their seat In the Bahamas Houseof "
- ----------- l i a i Bp i ay& B aBj< ---
I = Assembly on Monday, In-
a- creasing the number of colored
members' by four.
WILL PAY CASH for property
in Liberty City area. Call NA The Rev. Donald Powell, his
1-8276. FOR wife and three children suffered
power edges, one year old.
used about three months. Reason burns when their cabin cruiser
WANTED able. NE 55283. had an explosion Friday night!
May 20 at North Mastic Point

SMART. AMBITIOUS 15yetro.d All porcelain Made Chef ffafcan Andros. Rev Powell a New
Yorker has been
boy wishes work after school *- e $IS. folding bed with doing missionary -
and all summer. PL 75253.GOLNG print and mattress $3, card work for the church of Godat
Andros for the
past two
table and 4 folding chairs years.
$3, The boat was completely J des
June 14. Bell- complete 9x12 $3.
rue. large
The Powells flown
nun wailed good trunk $2. etc. All in rood condition troyed. were
summer Job -
4 Beautiful to Nassau and taken to
a hesp-
Cal: Charles Hlltcn NA 17984. -. 3100-NW 6th ave. Large tal.

Git: or woman In need of a Apartment size gas stove $20,
horr.e to lire In. Must love children chairs $1.50 up; screen and other The Old Scholars Association
$40 month. 6 days Beach doors $1.00 up: double ben sprint of the Government High School
ana Call between" 5 and 8 p.m. $200; book. China shelve etc. I C.B.S. HOUSESLIBERTY will present Marion Anderson m
U\,; 6-4809. 463 N.E. 64th at a concert at the auditorium of the
school on June 2.

WANTS SERVICE STATIONJOB CITY AREA Forty-nine little patrolmen

Job OpportunitiesDepartment representing Sunland. Walk..,.
B wants service station job. fillet and Lincoln Elementary
Mas rxperiencr. Ph. PL 1-4831 of Promotion and TILE ROOFS School of Fort I.au4en4te and
Publklty. Greater Miami Urban>> Blanche Ely Itieti of Pompano,
Loagut. ItS NW Flrtt St. H. arrived in Nassau on Mar 18
FOR RENT Alltn Whatley Jr, vocational WOOD FLOORS aboard the .... Florida. The
oorvlcea ..cNta ry. Ph.... FR were accompanied by Hawk Lamar -
NICELY FURNISHED three bed t.1471. LARGE LOTS and Rev I W Mltell of Ft
room htuae. Quiet surroundings Lauderdale: Ml* Hattie Shaversof
in Opa Locks (Bunche Park TabuHtlnt Equipment Operator Pompano Police Officer Keller

ana). Desirous of clean nice Jail Steward Drive by and See of Ft Lauderdale and officer
qu"t famll,. For Information Medical Social WorkerLife Greenwood of Pornfiefto T h e r
caJ NA 1-6654. Ap 2 Guard game taken on a siftMseetatt trip

FTRN18HEO weekly rooms Clerk Medical<< Secretary H.W. 75//I/ St. between 12th t 13th, by Clarence Bain

S850 ingle $1000 double Mae's HouseparentSupply This Is the flrsl times rip
Gut-i House. 2170 Washington I : Clerk Aves. of Negro patroknen has visitedthe
Av' Opa. Lncka. Fla. M%$ i Clerk Typist Bahamas.
TVntal Hyrlenista
6-ROOM HOUSE. Bath newly Radio" and TV aU persons Norman Mason is v4 HjfK Nassau
I having experience for the first time In 48 YM r*
!ntftl. everything, OPEN SATURDAY & SUNDAY
X36 lie Is truest of Ms slater Mrs
!\ week Leased by month.Ml Draft Beer any person having
0.... ftt" E. 13th It.. Hlaleah.Ph any experience in any g4taat Rufus graham
TU 8-6985. M 28PARTMENT of handling this beer I
ne Mr Mason In his m
playrd an Instrument 1ft At. Ar-
\ Adults and DIGNIFIED CAREER nes Church choir At 16 he accrpted .
$u'!<*' residential. Near bus reasonable POSITION CALL ANYTIME a J rlayin* on a rifer
rent. Inquire at 3933 NWSeth Immediate permanent Jobs boat "St Paul" Mlilntf between
ave. J1I available for trainees in professional St Ixwiis. Mo and Alton IN. He
aka.Persnnel. was first trumpet for tK IXHJS!
'FtmVISnED ROOMS. Hot I Salary and top Supreme Armstrong band and WM mn.Krted -
wf-r ,.... of phone. Call OX commissions for men and women' < TO < with some'' other Wf>I1-
1 I-6192 Mm McClendon. 6875 NW who qualify Call FR 4-1561 : 1641BEAUTIFUL known bands A mule trade
tftth ave. I magazine The Recorder Can

MBBVBWaVBWHBVHMHHM I Realty get" published hl. story In a
1Z'Ft' !''tnm APT. Lovely yard page' feature
and porch. Reasonable OX It Advertise! !
Pays to
1-0 lie Is th*. son of the late Mr

W.H II r '!" .-& ..,, I L I i I''' and Mrs Ellis Mawwi, and will
R.-iroom. kick wn. private bath return to St Louis( wfcre he has
and [j -HVF f33f2y ? JiN1tl1t } : made his home on May 19.
en'ranee $16 week adult .M 1Ir ..ul" .Ie..n.. .:Jl [ I2lDL.wIl. )
ASM VW Wfe ave.
Elwood D.'naM n won first
pulse for the prrrntatian nf the
C".mt-'Gt window 3 ides, colored SPACIOUSPRESTIGE heat original 'Mwwatorv Mxireh In
chemistry at the M..WftokIm.
til* bath wn entrance, no.thrr
.. Irrionaf Conference nf the student -
roomer PL 9-9649. 1044
affiliates cf the Amer+
NW 4m St. 19> week
C"hrmfr.t Se 1etr lv'nshisen is
the son of Mrs Nle. .rena 1'MMId-
ftOOM Nee private room In
son and the late Georsje D n.Mon -
orvat home with private bath APTS.Air of Nassau He Is a s4ode t ofCentral
Near bus 'UM.. 2415 NW Mtn
State Celkyte.
Tern CaP! XE 4-M86. .
FURKISHKD APT. 1 bedroom. Miss Katheme Ann Clover,
Irjte tivtatf dinette. AB modern. I laughter of Mr and Mrs TI'f'd.J

Nit, tar- van!*. AdKs. 729 NW conditioned, completely furnished, lovely 1-bed I f>livr of Gtwrnor Harbatir.FJeuthera .
Silva T.". MU 1-08M. I wilt tHO men< the 354
graduates at lint JAW University.
I I RENT--- room apts., full tile baths, large as house I Greenville."" R. C. .n June

NICE POOL ROOM for one pervert 1 She b m ik Hng In radi pro.durtion .
Reatonablee Kitchen prvi- Beautiful Efficiencies, full kitchensALL in to School of Fine Art
large NE S-SM8 3380 NW 45th ItIC. and is a candidate for the B A

ROOM with conveniences!I for "You vii fated yaw position of
two. twin Wfk. private entrance. I trust and I an nt f n.g to overlook
'Oil PR I.C_ attht* and Sun. It I cannot" That at what
toys i the Chief Justice told 19-y.>arM -
I Reginald Forb 'in the Supreme -

2* )!OO4 funusfced .,.t. 1225 NW, Court on May 5. M He snirnrrd -.
him to "x mAnths Imprutonmrnt

We have a ofekice!' of 1-bed- offense tork place while Forbes
,eses aprtmt Bu No. 24 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED was on dub as an attendant at a
.-.. donr 9945 NW 46th M honpital' A IS-year-oW girl wn
intone PR 9-3S76. the victim

FURNISHED JKO MS. 2161 NW|I RENT BY WEEK OR MONTH The Rev Charle. David s..1t..

V5<*i st NE 4S686FOR vicar of SL Peter's Strethm
the Diocese of Soiithwrk. Ix>n-
don. was elected BW a Coadu)
SALE tor by the Synod of Naaaau ant
the Bahamas en"' Ma? 12 T fi e
nomination took piaer at Addn-
TWO HOUSES on bit lot front. ton House where. uV Hou.e 'if
=3.b*drooma, bath, acreenediporeh. FOR A SELECT CLIENTELE THAT WANTS THE BEST C'tnnmfl and ws later approved .
hot mater Rear house 2
In I
by the liaise of laity a
t1M.I-roolN. bath. Rent on one Call Walter Horton at NE 3-6124 vision at St Agnes AudHftriurr
win make payment Low down Manager The Archbishop and BI..H+fH ",
payment Call owner. Ml E. 13th the Church in te Province "f
Hialeah TU 8-6983. M28MJRVE6 Inspect them at the West Indies will have to glv

their approval and confirmation tl<)
PROPERTY. 2260 NWfit. make: the action ef taW Synod
.al K. Now teaed for restau- .....

taM meatfc.' ash and:24 at hotel story sacrifice CBS for or$230 buildlcf.Wffi will are per. '12th Ave at 77th Terr. I IVii" valid.

raaa food terms. Owner here 2
Advertise! It
wee\t. Ml E. 3th at., Hialeah Pays'r

7JJ 8.t 945. M28 :IliA'lJ l\A-' ,.....W'"1 !f' Ii,Jrram" 1f1I + .11r'.JZ'zrrn: '1f7J'fJ1i71Jt'm!nttaac 1''fm":11:1' {J r"fm..r


TIMES:.... MIAMI FLORIDA Registration LITTLE ROCK Menu made that statement In an
oral admisaion to police of implication

SATURDAY MAY 28 1960 BOMBER GETS ia the bombing.
PAGE 14 Sl Francis Xavier School NW Another Maceo Antatiio
4th ave and 16th Term. on PRISON TERM been char
Tuesday May 31, from 12 pan. eednInthe'bombint.. He is to be
-" .-- JUDGE REFUSES to 4:30: pjn. Birth certificates are LJTTLE HOCK )ANP) A17.yearold tried later.
. required for those entering youth reportedly' Asked if !Wonts had given a
. Broward I TO DROP ADAM school in the first grade. seeking publdty and donations reason for the bombing. Halcomb
- for the family of one of the Negro replied: "To stir tap excitment so
County POWELL CASENEW Prc'MemorialDay students who integrated Central' Walls could get donations a
t' High School has been convicted lot of money from up North
Newsy ,1. YORK Federal District Tea m the bombing of the famU"-1 because his daughter attends
Judge Frederick: Bryan home. school out there"MAR
Monday denied a motion to drop An all-white Jury last week
a fradulent income tax charge Elaborate plans are under way found Herbert Odell Monti guilty
Witter Bewo \tA against Rep. Adam Clayton by the R- R. Moton Elementary of taking part in the Feb. 9
Powell Jr (D. N.Y.) School PTA for its annual tea. bombing cf Cartelyou Walls' PRIM

... ..... ..... ...... .... .... Bryan made the ruling 20 minutes The date U Sunday May 29 in borne No one was Injured.
after arguments on the motion Is !
Carlotta Walls a daughter. O
the cafetorium. The
f will be Champagne Sip program
There a Powell'sattorney
completed by
were of the five Negroes sun attending
consists of appearances:' by members -
Sunday May 29 six o'clock P-m. and the government
of the PTA and boys and ws
at the home of Inn Bryson.507
Pembroke Road for the benefit of fTosecutor. girls of the first and second The jury fixed MonUIeDt oe
at maximum of fire yean fans
the binding fund of the Masonic A seven-week trial of the Negro classes. a .

Tem;>I.. The public is imrlted. N. congressman' ended April 22 Come out for an evening' of prisonment.The home was bombed so the
A. Cooper W. M. Beatrice Hill. with a Jury disagreement. During
enjoyment' and entertainmentfrom family' could get money "from upNorth.
W J\I. the trial two counts of the, four to six pjn. ." a detective testified! during -
tax Indictment were dismissed by' the trialDetective
Milton Hepburn of 5229 SW the court The ruling Mondaywas 'I School's address: 18050 Homestead A. L. Halcomb said
21st St.. left lut week for Nassauto I on the remaining charge are.. Perrine. ._.-
attend the funeral of his baby that Powell filed a fraduleat I
sister Miss Lennon Hepburn 1951 return on behalf of his trite Mrs Dorothy Lester Is president -
who died on May 20. jazz Pianist Hazel Scott of the PTA and Mrs. LJnnie FOR RENT-CBS
W Fannin. principal of Moton.
Bryan referred decision on setting
There will be a program and of a date for retrialStockholders 3-BEDROOM HOUSE AND PORCH
popularity contest between O'Neal Father Divine
Brown and Ricky Days Sunday Unfurnished. Hat water supplied, Large living' room and dlnlnjrom.

eves nt. May 29, 3 o'clock at Mt Moved Released From Yt block to school and ahoPI>I",.
ZIon AMI Church Her H Wilson
pastor; Mrs. R lister and Mrs Marie Henderson. Student's Plea Hospital
e .
The Sooth Broward Prepe.- New YTT* TThen Barbara father OJrae. leader of a re- HOUSE FOR RENT
stre Club will present its first' Br-ruc. ,ebo.seri+-d 48 da ys iaserriee l gteg sect wa dtecfeart'! tailw'k U block from Shell's.. S per Market. City water large yard.Unfumlahed. .
Anneal Students Return Ball ''a.:.: r _1..." tl "era *:e Bryn Mawr Hot.h .
Monday nid t. June 6 at the New at V" eh.nrt'.s !in T: Ba- .t.ae wa'ere had been admitteda !
Royal Bahamas Clio In HaSaa- !s.I ..... a( @''II! l?t diabetic cw a 742 N.W. 59th Street $20 week
dale. Music will be fsrafafeed' by er. c.-s annual e*''>eitiiodens Faber DtvTse was brwirht ta
C. Major Quintet Docatfen 11.00 meu ( Itvvfwn alt a Viae ? Vr erne of hs M-
adrance Tickets' on taJ* now at atfeedaare.e :1! tId'.ac ".!. alt ''o v yi grad vim'tted trader fhtarre
bosinecj places along Pembroke wtra v' y avtf. ". t s fe nf F' d Tick Devoe ol1CT '
Road. I ofheart. ICern ads 1 actScealr I Spr'n; ? Road Caldwruee.
",'tea: a Cal Ralph Cark: If you' wi i =, :aely nm beg rite ;* ertt rear ar and 3 3a Old Indian
to take The Miami Times TU Barbara mm *Ti re wffl nrlste4 the ffrnmer horn*
3-5348 bot *= n sr-.n and -f .* r.ttaus! leader
nr g9 to his house at 414 mere boye *
KW 20th it. Oarrer Jb ce".tst Qt:: 'II'v at '+rica 141. cI.I ,a ry.traa'es h.y e
Thank you. 1 eNr wen WI ; c'stt.se Men me nf *ae hurt he ao?'ea rat Hair
ee? fit and we wC! e0ntm toot I ed !*... Vnf v M'vien! Chun' Beauty
ON PAYOLA CHARGES +. to 9a" iyesose we fret we are I,, Ph"" a-lelr '1 r.n Anrtl 2t wit
I rkeht We Yet'xe are tired of "'", young Canadian-born! wife
Disc Jockeys Face ; taking the bcfcrat ofnatsea" dkicrira.These .- FOR THE SCALP

..... .
Prosecution words were uafamfl.ar Tale hair Conditioner will

to the staid atmosphere of a SEE THE sounrs wake wo DULL. DRY llfolaaahair. s
NEW YORX (ANP) Sevm stockholders meeting So was the STRENGTHEN It., five ftOOY.
men' flue cf them dine Jork- heartfelt manner In whkh Bar. LEADING COLORED Made from tfte ......
eys and three of them Negroes bara I nk.. Barbara does not own PSYCHIC READER Olio of tko INDIAN TRIBE af
face prosecution' tinder state laws *oek herwlf. but was able to CHIEF TAR. Use SO days hL ?
here for speak aa holder of II ,
aeeepttar payola from a proxy ae- "
rrrnrdinc firm cured through' CORE. SEE'fiNd.Y too the unbelievable' IM- f dg 1PROVEMENT.
I ar
The men "were arrested on a Baraba was introduced' at the I \etG
rrand Jury !Information charflnf' meetinf by' Jim Peck' editor of 1E I '*
commercial bribery CORE'a publication the CORX- ALSO
The s ren Include Alan Freed later who frevlously had raised
oftrn referred t*> as the daddy of the issue of lunch counter dees I Old Indian Dream Book 69c
rock and roll" ; Peter Trfpp. Mel refatlon at the stockholders I
Leeds Tommy Smalli. Harold B. meeting' : of Grant's and af'M (This book should be in every home)
Jl<1tsan. Peck held I
Jack Walker and proxies far Krf'N-1 I
Joeapf: ) Saecone.Smalli. like-minded' stockholders Ask for it at your neighborhood drug store or
total of 1M hare,
Jackson Phone NE 4.0956
are Nerroes. Saceone. and Walker Let her ya.ra of .xp.,..... .,.14.!
a record librarian LEGAL NOTICE and protect throngHaiit IhH 1 1a.
and Leds. a station you Mail order plus 25c for handling
aver' do no disc splnnhif man* NOTICE UNDER a llghthoua avid' th. ships I I Ia Is
') air on the FICTITIOUS storm For autcsaa In .bnalaaai (NO C. O. D.)
The charge NAME LAWNntJc..o and love -
on which
the '
men I
were arrested Is a misdemeanor Is herrbv' >> riven' that the CONSULT HER-
rrnfrtiable t>r Imprisonment In UTKferfirned. 6-sirinr to enjrare DONT STAY IN THE RUT. QET
the rify !In bu,!ine. under
nententlary for fictitious OUT NOW. BY HELP
and one year name of l THE OP P. O. Box 901 Miami 47 FloridaBedroom
a ISM fine *wj "I c i count and IVonomy Oardenmr GOO SHE CAN HELP YOU. ,
AH the defendants Lawn Service. 1740 NW
In more than one count were named 87th St.. Miami Fla,. Intends to off).. Hoer

Dfettrirt Attorney recirter th said name with ..... .
Frank !S I Ho- the f S p.m.nllra. .
ran a M rk of
that Circuit
record at least Freed nine had time glared durfnr a County *" .. Court of Dad i ..... te

one orrrram for which he had ShadrVi Lew1. Jr.. owner 7 p.m.
received PI 1'011.' May 121. 28, June 4
Sunday: 3

ola S3 Koran.Mn (In jraM 195' and Trfpo's had* |In taken pay It I ....._ to..... I .... | -

amounting to $30850. ADDED INCOME
Leeds was charred with rerelvinr NO MONEY DOWN DAILY I

*13.35.: $9.875 Jarktrm In *narola ft.83ft:;Walker Small, BUILD ON YOUR LOT READING CBS House
and Saconne" for takmr' NOW I1JOO. UP
monthly ravment. of 2.000 trpn In Dade call OX 14505
a '
record 23 Yaara
company Broward County Exparianea


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& M Rattlers Showin
to SATURDAY, MAY 28, .1960 PACE 18

5 Florida Cities Musical Recital at How to Break

Ebenezer SundayThe Into The MoviesThere
A and M Rattlers will play three' Methodist Youth Fellowship are many ways of
clashes in the state this fall according of Ebenezer Methodist breaking Into the movies. One almost
to Jake Galther. bead Bondu Wins Golf Match Church: is sponsoring a musical sure way seems to be simply
coach and athletic director. I recital at the church Sunday May to live In Cleveland Tenn. -
29 at 7:30 p.m. The recital will least Ella Kszan IsMere
Classics will be played la at as long as
Tampa Jacksonville and Miami. Mayme Bondu and her' partner feature the talents of Willie Williams producing and directing'
Al ....... talented organist and choir
Tampa was added this year. Th Mitchell playing a scotch --- 20th Century Fox's Cinemascopeand
Rattlers: : National Negro Collegl- foursome sponsored by Duke director and the trained voicesof De Luxe color! t>** u.rtIDD..
ate Football Champions in 19)9,;,' Jenkins Par and Birdie Club of PHIL OSSOFER choir No. 1. "Wild River." Of the 48 speaking
have copped seven straight Miami last Sunday at Miami The program promises to furnish parts in the picture! which opens
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic Springs Country Club took first I SAYS: a pleasant and Interesting Sunday at the Capitol Theatre'
titles prize with a score' of 93. Dave I evening to these who attend Mr. only nine are filled bY professional
I Bondu and Cris Jenkins took Williams is well "known In music Hollywood-Broadway. .
FAMU plays Benedict Collegein second fcrizewith a score of 93. Polities and religion are batt. circles as an adept musician and tors. The remaining 39 were cast
the Golden Triangle Classic in A tie on the lath hole and a sudden ling it out these. days. It seems is known for his talented handling on the spotDO
Tampa. Oct. 1, South Carolina, death play-off game. Mayme unfortunate that while each bas of choral groups. The choir -- -- --
State College in the Florida Clas I and AI had a five while Dave two Ts" they cannot see eye to has been hailed among church
sic in Jacksonville Oct. 29, and, and Cris holed out a double eye. Regretfully, church and groups as one of Miami's finest. YOU HAVE A
at the director's
and with Mr. Williams
the Orange Blossom Classic in' bogey .
state jtman remain apart since "
Miami Dec. 10. The opponent tor church. helm the DRINKNG PROBLEM?
church is separated from
the OBC will be named la No- a social was held at the a pleasant evening for everyone.
vember. Duke Jenkins residence, where Religion, which is symbolized CALL FR 4-4773
the trophies were awarded by by the churches, should bring

Bethune-Cookman South Carolina College Chamberlain.Chicago Police Other Lt John members D. unity and &c unlimited acceptance Drive Carefully OR OX 1.1278
of one another as we aU
Florida Classic. Coach tai her participating were Grace Wade. accept God, the truly Unlimited.
said that officials of BcthuM rt- Amos Jenkins and Irma Bodie. Through misunderstandings, -
quested that the contest return U man>mde. of course, we are Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted

a home and home basis. Th Bus Trip becoming more dttunlficd. Disunity Guaranteed ........ M. ............... .. *475Your
tame this year will be played la Would you like to go on an cannot breed unity, yet t i Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 ",
Daytona Beach. Oct. 22. outing to West Palm Beach* Then is imperative that we have religious Watches Radios :"'j.... .
Luggage ,
The complete FAMU gridchedule and with unity the forerunner' of Class Rings, '
come go us Sunday.May .......... from
: 1.4] world peace.' Guaranteed Watches s
29 leaving Miami at 7 a.m. :
October 1, Benedict Cone,., and returning at 7 pm. same day I see the various churches as DAVID JEWELERS $6.95'f .
Tam p a; 8. Lincoln University. For information call OX L92I3 differunt lamps and toe spiritual -
Tallahassee; 13, Morris or OX 1-8573 Round trip $3.00. light that shines from each 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR J.
Brown College, Atlanta; 22, 3e- a* being one and the same.
thune-Ccokman College, Daytona Campy Convalescing TtHM. in order to bring unityout
Beach; 29, South Carolina of chaos, 'we must empha.
State College, Jacksonville; November Hit rise God given light rather
3, North Carolina A&T Again than the maa-i'l'tMe'' lamp. FOR .
College. TII1abuJIN homecom- nOME FENCES & FLORIDA
tnt: 12. Allen University, Talla, NEW YORK (ANP Roy: Emerson said "In the matterof a ROOMSIT'S
hake; 19 Southern UDJftf'I1' Camranela. Injured farmer Lo religion, men eagerly fasten IMPROVEMENTS AWNINGS
Baton Rouge La.; 21, Texas Angeles! Dodgers catcher late lastweek their eyes;' en the differences I
Southern University, Tallahassee: was reported making good between their t,.n erred and rt Man U ace Is .
Dee 1 10. Orange Blossom Classic. progress folknrtnf a miner operation yours" ; whilst the charm of the
).f Jami. to correct" an abdominal study is in finding the agreements F. W. Reynolds
condition. and identities m all the
'elion 0 f men." "
TOP COACHESAT His( wife. Ruth. tM newsmensh Factory Representative'
.. expected her hatband! to be Until 'we aehkve religious J 2 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND
released from the hospital wtthlri unity, our democratic ideals are
FAMU CLINIC a week.Carnnanella. in jvturdy Spiritually tat KNOW-HOWI' ",ra GOOD TO KNOW
....... siflgle heavenly IVtht of religion RIGHT PRODUCT TO BUY AN
had entered the THE
Coach A.
must unite with nay must
S Jake Galther. clinic director hfH' tal emnplainlnf nf dlt lne! bccom the foundation of state. ADDED ADVANTAGE TO KNOW THE
and M University Coaching Clln had suffered In recent" 'weeks The God alone will rule Ills children Phone
to btheld here June 10.wt flrst occurred at the Dodgers Free Estimates
ir 'with fuctice and equity, unveiling -
', feature some of the nation's Vero TV ae4t fFla > spring training to us that long awaited Day or Night PL 4.7929
It upeclslcoarb
rampanetta a
outstanding coaches and authorities camp of Heaven earth.
with the Dodgers Kingdom on FHA Ttfff N. Money Dewn. Up U
In the field of physical ado.eIHe4 .
60 Months U Pay
lie was tnlured" more than two
Emphasis will be placed upon treats am when he fractured h!+ Advertise! It Pays! I -
rr+ctice ortsn'.rttlon.! fundamentals neck fn nf>n-','" .titn wU* *<".
of offensive and defensive eklent as he was drlvlnf home
football teaching and coaching fn'lowinr a teler1 4on appesrane
method, and recent trends in the The accident left him paralyrrd
game Varying offenses adapting from the waist down
drffTtfe to material basketball

dr tournament*", and demonstrations preparation wfl, and be Senior Class Play HERE !

tcu! *.ed during the basketball *
-f'ot'tlon.- revealed Gaiter. Do rot rell r nedv want In to see rhreeTV .aIM.'ttlnr s ,: :< : : VV '. : .- : .- ;.;. >*>

The consultants will include ar... > y r., feel ifte 1aughng! | : ': p"-tv--; ; -. '< ..* ;::: -v;: ; -':. ..

Bfll Peterson Florida State Unlxersitv "nt" TOO .t".ny Mgtn tft nY,
: Frank Howard, Clemson; from III fun-nrked hnar-no
r'nyd St-hwartnralMr. Syracuse' ; ..-r (lies I'1I1Y. Then don't I
Oiarles En de, Pennsylvania mfr! "On Wild VHMat Northwestern 1i
Sate: Std GHman. Los Angeles Senior CARVER
Oiarrers: Frank Broyles.: Arkansas ft m Charlie Tate. Georgia Tech; Genera admfc<"> !M*. J-'hn Hbner University of Flor.' have got to *** It i" CRAZY'ADDED

da: Neal Batas West Virginia. I II -... I
Tech: Sam Lankford. University
*>f Florida: and Charlie Waller, INCOME OWNERS

For further information write: BUILD ON YOUR LOT
Coach A S. Caliber Clinic Director -
Florida A and M Unlverty -
<* Tallahassee. {In Dade call OX 1-4505

Brnward County Your i ig Chance U. JMW AI; WY

WA 2.9411

Straighten hair Write P*.rr Henburn

871 NW 7lh Street
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N. ,.. w "o".rfv of Nassau B.M
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Registration LITTLE ROCK Monts mad that statement in liO
PAGE 14 oral admission pollee of Implication -
MAY 28 1960
SL Francis Xavier School NW BOMBER GETS in the bombing.

4th ave. and 16th Terr., on Another Negro Macro Antonio
.,.. ..... Tuesday May 31, from 12 pjn. PRISON TERM Binns Jr., 31. also has lie charged
C JUDGE REFUSESTO to 4:30 pjn. Birth certificates are in the bombing. is to b*
reward required for those entering L1TTt1:114CX )ANP) A tried later.
DROP ADAM school in! the first grade. 17-year-old youth r.portf'd171 Asked It Monts had given areason
seeking( publdty and donations. for the bombing. Halcomb
f County t POWELL CASENEW Pre'MemorialDay for the family of one of the Negro replied: To stir tsp excitment, so
News J. students who integrated Central Walls could get donations a
YORK Federal I District Hlfh School. has been convicted lot of money from up North
... Judge Frederick Bryan Tea in the bombing of the famU 's because his daughter attends
ByWalter : Monday denied a motion to drop home. school out there.KNPNP."

Bow 1t'; a fradulent income tax charge Elaborate plans are tinder way An all-white >ury last week
against Rep. Adam Clayton by the R. R. Moton Elementary found Herbert Odell Moats guilty -
Pwell Jr (D.. N.Y.) School PTA for !its annual tea. of taking part In the Feb. 9
-- --- Bryan made the ruling 20 minutes bombing cf Cartelyou Walls M9io
(There idll be after arguments on the motion The date is Sunday, May 29 !in home. No one ions invited
a Champagne Sip the cafetorlum. The Carlotta Walls a daughter is
were completed by PaweU'1.tto program c
Sunday May 29, fix
at the home pm.I'I', 1' and the government consists of am>earances by mem one of the five Negroes still attending
of Inez
Bryson 07 I bers of the PTA and boys and Central.
Pembroke Road for prosecutor ......
the benefit of| girls of the first and second The Jury fixed Monts' sentence
the binding fund of the Masonic( A seven-week trial of the Negro classes. at a maximum of five years Imprisonment
Tem;>I le. The public is Invited. N.
congressman April 22
A. Cooper W. M.; Beatrice Hill. Come out for an evening of
WAI.: with a Jury disagreement Dur, The home was bombed so th*
fag the trial two counts of the enjoyment and entertainment family could get money "from up
Milton tax indictment were dismissed by t from four to six pm. North. detective testified durInr -
Hepburn of 5229 SW the court I the trlaLDetective
21st at.. left last week for Nassau The ruling Monday School's address: 18050 Homestead -
to attend the funeral of his baby't', was on the remaining charge. ave.. Perrlne. r A. L. Halcomb said t+ .
ister., Miss Leanora that Powell filed: a fradulent}
who' died on May 20. Hepburn. 1951 return en behalf of his wife, Mrs Dorothy Lester is presi,
Jars Pianist Hue Scott dent of the PTA and Mrs. Linnie FOR RENT CBS

There will be a program and Bryan reserved decision: on set W Fannin.! principal of Moton.
ting of a date for retrialStockholders
popularity contest between O'Nc al BEDROOM HOUSE AND PORCH
Drown and Tlkky' Sunday Father Divine
evening May 29. 3 o'clock at Mt. Moved Unfurnished Hot water supplied. Largo living room and dining

ZIon AME Church. Rev. H. Wil Released From room 'Yt block to ten 61 and sheppI lftt.
by Jailed
son pastor: Mrs. Rebecca MeA FAMU

sponsors.lister and Mrs Marie Henderson, Student's PleaNew HospitalBRYN ) 5238 N.W. 24th Court $26.50 weekHOUSE

a .
The South Droward York When MAWR. Pa. (ANP)
sire Progres' > Barbara Father Dlvne. leader eta reticlous FOR RENT
Club will present Its first Broxton who served 49 days In
Anneal Students Jail for the sect wi dtcharKd last V U block from Shell's Swpor Market
Return Ball "crime" of aKk' tot week from the City water, largo yard.Unfurnished. .
Bryn Mawr Ho .
Monday nleht, June 6 service at Woorworth'j 1
at the New in Tat Is- Htal where he had been admitted
Royal Bahamas hassee, finished .
Club In Kalian, addressing the i
dale. Music will company earlier In a diabetic crnna I 742 N.W. 59th
be furnished by annual stockholders Father Street $20 week I
C. was hroueht! to
Major Quintet Donation meeting in Watertown
$1.00 all in the
hospital by
advance one of his fol

business places on sale DOW at la'tt.ndl Including the rail(cioral lowers and admitted tinder the
along Pembroke visibly moved. There name #tf Frederick I
Road. down.moment of silenr u_!____ ._.P... ..*...v-: rat Spring MH1 Road Caldwrnee Devoe of

Can Ralph ( This address t N the site of anestate
to take The Miami Clark Times It you_wish heart Speaking Barbara genuinely from her bought eirfit yearn ago and Old Indian
3-&J48 TU : There will renovated at the simmer home.
or go to his be
house more
fTW 20th at 48U, siUlns and more boy of the rellrlous leader
Carver Ranches, cotting unW intention
at 1
Thank anrearances: have
you. counters S..on.. We win coati n ulerbeen rare nf late hut he annex r-
ON PAYOLA our fijftit and we will continue to I ed at the Unity Mission I Churcfj' r HairBeauty1
Jail because .
we feel ire are Ph.Madelnhla! r>n April M with
Disc rijtht We Negroes are tired of !. young Canadian-born
Jockeys I.n
Face taking the backieat of discrimi
nation." FOR THE SCALP
Prosecution '
These words were unfamiliar witf'I
to the staid atmosphere "Till hale CondrtJofler wilt

NEW YORK (ANP) Sev stockholders meeting. So was of the a SEE THE wake u, DULL. DRY llfol***
en men. five of them dune Jock heartfelt manner In which Bar LEADING hair STRENGTHEN >It. ,?lYe It C'BODY.
eyi and three of them Negroes*, bara spoke Barbara does not PSYCHIC Mad from th. .....
face prosecution under state laws *odc herself, but was able own to READER Oil" .? th. INDIAN TRIBE *f

here for accepting payola from speak as holder of a proxy se CHIEF TAIL Uoo SO days (v t rr
The men firm mere arrested cured Baraba through was CORE. sEE NAd ... ... th* unb llvall* IM. add !
grand JurY on a at the FROVEMCNT.
Information meeting +IG
by Jim
commercial bribery charging CORE- Peck, editor of +
The seven Include who the CORElator. ALSO '
Treed rrevlouvly had
often raised
referred to as the the issue of lunch
rock and roll of counter de..egregatlon -
Leeds Tommy; Peter Tripp. Mel at the stockholders Old Indian Dream Book 69c

J Smalls. //TfaroM B. meetings of Grant's and K'...'..
caan. '
Josaph Saccone.Smalls. Jack. Walker and J1k Peck-t'Dlndf'd' held proxies for four other (Thin book should Le In every home)

Jackson total of 1M sharesLEGAL stockholders' wffh a Ask for it at your neighborhood drug store or
and Walker I
are brarian Negroes.and Saccone. a record II- Let her years of .xprla.. ..,1.e. Phone NE 4.0956
Leeds a station NOTICE and protect .
you througneut
air aver do no disc spinning on man the NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS aa a llghthouoo 911 Id. the ahlp IITO I la Mail order plus 25c for handling

The a term. For Mice*** In bus4ns
.were charge on which the men Notice NAME LAW and love (NO C. O. D.)

T't.."arrested.b1f' by is a misdemeanor undersirncd Is herrbv these that the -CONSULT HER.

the t'fty ftt.Uary. ntrjvj for Isonment- In fn builnew tinder bVsIrlnr the to engage DON' STAY IN THE RUT. GET OLD INDIAN PRODUCTSP.
and a SSM fine on ftf' year name of Economy fictitious OUT NOW BY THE HELP OF

In AtJ more the defendant were each named rount. and 07th Lawn Service. Gardenmr 1740 NW GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. O. Box 901, Miami 47, Florida
thin St.
one Miami Fla..
TMtrft Intends to Offle Hour
AU,", refijrter the
hn .AId that Freed Frank had R. noI I rterk of Circuit said name with the t ..... f sun.Thiira .

one NoMr" It tfOl.t nine time tIYf'd during a County I Fla5hadrrj. Court of Dade f .... to U -p

r jfN'mm for which h. had r Lewf Jr. owner 7 p.m.aalldaya.

"nnn Pl1Ota.11d May 14. 21. 28. June 4

ola m.OM Imnuntln''n 1.$3 and Trf *hid Q In takffl pay_ --" I "JI I ......... 10 ...... 3p... ))3 Bedroom
Leeds was<< tilt Rot ADDED INCOME
I'f'lyfnw 't.m with r.. NO MONEY DAILYREADING
f I3.3S In I'\aYft'a' : Tynan. DOWN
ST.UG : and Jat'bnn. $Q.MO: Watk" BUILD ON YOUR LOT

monthly 5IMnrtfo for takfnw NOW $1.00 UP CBS House
a rf'C'Ord' Cnewntr of $.000 fyrrr in Dade call OX 1-4505

Broward County 23 Yea,. Experience

.h... WA 2.9411

LEADER BUILDER 1657 N.W. 73rd St.


(formerly of Don't wrlto-Call In preaUSTOt
BISHOP Nassau Bah
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fall you t. a*art* m sick* today..r %Offle*rod d*.'t -- - These and many other featurea you can have today

dairy 1 "-."' to 9 hour
f p.m. to f p.en.'Thursday ( s SEE THIS HOUSE .
t. f ,..... p.m. Sunday 11 ......
7420 N.W.14th AvenueWe

HEADINGS .. have a few Iota available to build

YP Will Open Sunday

--=- Wo un arrange FHA financing to dos In your garage or add
417 8W 17 at !
a room see us. Free Eatlmatc Available.

FLA. ; ft Jackson & Jtckson' Construction Co.

1280 N.W. 68th Terrace
H42 N W 1M Arw>u. OX 1 6E1 Phone PL 4-8523


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A & M Rattlers to Showin I SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960 PAGE 18

5 Florida Cities Musical Recital at How to Break

Ebenezer Sunday Into The MoviesThere

The Methodist Youth Fellowship are many ways ofbreaking
will three

A clashes and M In to Rattlers the Jake state Gaither this play,tan bead according Bondu Wins Golf Match Church of is Ebeneter sponsoring a Methodist musical sure Into way the seems movies.to be One, simply almost

church Sunday, May
athletic director. j recital' at the to live In Cleveland Tenn. -
coach and 29 at 7:30 pjn. The recital will at" least as long as Ella Katan i.
Classics will be played in, feature the talents of Willie Wll- there producing and directing
Tampa Jacksonrille and Miami.!' Mayme Bondu and her partner ---- iamJta1mted organist and choir 20th Century Fox's Cinemascope
Al Mitchell, playing a scotch ---- -
added this ThRattlrr the trained voices
Tampa was year. director, and and De Luxe color" ptductu.
*. National Negro Collegt- foursome sponsored by DukeJenkins' of choir No. 1. .W W Rrvrr." Of the 48 speaking
Par and Birdie Club of PHIL OSSOFER
ate Football Champions in 1859 last Miami The program promises to fur parts !in the picture, which opens
Miami Sunday at
have copped seven straight nish a pleasant and interesting Sunday at the Capitol Theatre
Springs Country Club took first SAYS
Southern Intercollegiate Athletic !I : evening to these who attend Mr. only nine are filled by professional
with 93. Dave
prize a score of
titles. Bondu and Cris Jenkins took I' .......... Williams Is well "known in muttt'dl"'lt'S ) Hoiljn.o musician and tors. The remaining 35 were cast
as an
FAMU plays Benedict Collegein second gaze with a score of 93.j Politics and religion are battling is known for his talented handle on the spot.
the Golden Triangle Classie in A tie on the 19th hole and a sud it out these days. It seems of choral groups. The choir
Tampa Oct. 1, South Carolina den death play-off game. Mayme i unfortunate that while each bas ing has been hailed among church -- ---- -
State College in the Florida dasic *- and Al had a five while Dave two Mi'," they cannot see eye to as one of Miami's finest, DO YOU HAVE A
Oct. 29 and and Cris holed out a double church and gawps
in Jacksonville eye Regretfully and with Mr. Williams at the di
the Orange Blossom Clastic in bogey 0.Later. Mate *ms t remain apart since rector's helm, the "Youth" boasts DRINKNG PROBLEM?
Miami Dec. 10. The opponent for a social was held at the church U separated from church. s pleasant evening for everyone.

the OBC will be named in No- Duke Jenkins residence, where Religion, whkh Is symbolized s CALL FR 4-4773
the trophies were awarded by by the churches should bring
South Carolina State replaces Chicago Police Lt John D. unity and the unlimited acceptance Drive Carefully OR OX 1-1278
Brthune-Cookman College in the Chamberlain. Other members of one another as we all
Florida Clastic. Coach Gaither participating were Grace Wad, accept God. the truly Unlimited.Through -
old that officials of Bethune requested .I Amos Jenkins and Irma Bodie. misunderstandings, Cleaned Oiled, Adjusted
Watch ,
that the contest return U manmade, of course, we are Your '
a home and home basis. The Bus Trip becoming more diunlfkd. Dis- Guaranteed ......................... .... $4.75

fame this year will be played la Would you like to go on an unity cannot breed unity yet ai. Your Portrait-Only ............. $1.00 "
Daytona Beach. DeL 22. is imperative that we have re- Watches Radios "".. '
outing to West Palm DC'aC'tTh n Class Rings, Luggage, "
the forerunner of '
The complete FAMU hgkMM unity
grid come and go with us Sunday. world Guaranteed Watches ........... from $6.95 .
.cMduJe: t. .i May 29. leaving Miami at 7 a.m peace.I ".

October 1, Benedict Covets, and returning at 7 p m nine day ace the verteus ehurche' as JEWELERS 't-
T -< m p a: 8. Lincoln Uni For Information call OX 19213 different' lamps and tote tplrl- FR 4-1522 I.
versity. Tallahassee; 13, Morris or OX 1-x373. Round trip $300. tiNt light that ala,,," from eachas 1188 N.W. 3rd Ae.

Brown College, Atlanta: 22. ] being one and the same.
thunr-C toni Beach 29 South t'e must empha.
; Carolina out e>
State College. Jacksonrffle November size tfee God given Htfit, rather
3, North Carolina AJkT Again I I"EW than th* man.mde lamp. 'OR. FLO UDAIMPROVEMENTS
College: Tallahassee homecoming nOME a FENCES & a
: 12. Allen Unlrerslty, TaIL! YORK CANPt Rey: Emerson Mid "In the matter AWNINGS ROOMS
haM: 19, Southern University, Campanula injured' former Lot of religion. men eagerly fastentheir
Angeles Dodgers catcher late last eyes on the differences
Baton Rouse, La. 29
Southern University: Tallahassee. Texas week was imported making good between" their van erred and rn. Man t. sea |a .
Dec 10. ; progress folUnrtnr a minor OTWTatlon yours; whilst the charm of the
Orange Blossom
Miami C1uak, to correct' an abdominal study kin finding the agreements F. W. Reynolds B.
condition and identities in all the

TOP COACHESAT Mis wife Ruth. toM newsmen retigtcm of men.' I I nI Factory RepresentativeL

I she expected her hud! >and to be Until we achieve reUgtouJ YEARS OF EXPERIENCE AND
released from the hospital within unity, our democratic ideals are
FAMU CLINIC a week. in j *lardy Spiritually. Tut KNOW.HOWI "irs GOOD TO KNOW

....... stogie heavenly light of religion THE RIGHT PRODUCT TO BUY AN
TALLAHASSEE<< Coach A Camnanella had entered the mutt unite with, nay, must TO KNOW THE
S Jake Gaither. clinic director ho :Htal comtdatnln of dlrrlwin h. sad the 16th annual Florida A It wa the wrond drrv! poll he This is the true Mate, in which PERSON FROM WHOM YOU BUY IT.-

and M University Coaching Oin.ir had suffered in went the weeks DodgersVero The God alof will rule His child-I Free Estimates Phone
to be held here June -10.wi'1 first occurred( at ten wttfe Hwtk and equity. etnvYhng -
1es<* fFla aprlng training that long awaited Night PL 4-7929
feature some of the nation's to a* Day or
outstanding coaches and authority camp Campanula I.l a pedal' Kingdom of haven on earth. FHA Terns N. M...ty Dawn. Up U
the DodgersHe
f'OaC'b with
In the field of physical eon ftO M.ntK. U PayIT'S
sttonEmpusda.. was tnlurrd mire than two
will be placed upon.I rears aro when he fractured h!. Advertise! It Pays! t ----- ---- -
practice orcanltatlon. fundamen peek In near-fatal automobile!' ac-
tats of offensive and defensive rid"t as h* wan driving home I -
football teaching and coaching lcwlnr a television! appearance
m"'hodoe. and recent trends tn tairime The" accident left him paralyrrdfrom I

Varying offenses, adapting the waist down
drfrmx to material basketballdr" '

tournament, and demonstrations preparation wU and be Senior Class Play HERE !

rTuruaerd during the basketball JV ro.1 reallv want to.ee ad ; '' .' '.- : .:': l lS- *
f""tion.rnf'&Ifd Gaiter. cwnedv' In rhree
Th consultants" will Include .j/#.VnMtlnr* TV vhi feel. 'fte laughing! 'K'V- "- -----r.: ; ; ;, "*'? :';( ? \p

.. to cr'
B<" Peterson. Florida State Univerfitr "+nt'l gnu n uaTIv begin
:: Frank Howard, Clemson; from a fun-mcked '
F vd SchwartrwIder. Syraeuaebarter ; c."gin. Mlc. 1'1rv' Then oon >
( Ende. Penorylrafiia mist! -On- Wild virhtNorlh RANCHES'PROPERTY
Hl<'tI. J 3 "I
Senior nJ CARVER
S'atf": SM Oilman, Loa Anrarr.n
"m +In .
Frank Broyles, Arkana SO! ante You
adm' +
Charlie Tate. Georgia Tech; mAZY'
ft w. ,
J hn Efbner University of Flor. have got to see

da Neal Rats West Virginia ........ 1 ........, ..., T --
Tech: Sam Lankford, University OWNER
*>f Florida; and Charlie Waller, ADDED INCOME !

For further information write: BUILD ON YOUR LOT
each A S. Gaither. Clinic Director NOW .
Florida A and M Unhrer-
K'*y Tallahassee. In Dade call OX 1-4505

Brnward County e i s 1 r e 1e

WA 2-9411

Straighten your hair Writ ARCHITECT a Parr H.AND,btsrn

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PACE 16 SATURDAY, MAY 28, 1960

I, Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFor

J Fair Dealt .


'A' I

DRIVE TO AID TRACK STARA happy to supply him with Invi !
community wide drive to I tations. You may also make your
raise fund to aid a track and table reservations at the same
field star from Carver High In office Funds raised& from the
Coconut Grove In his efforts to sponsorship of the ball will go
toward the alumni's annual _. .
compete In the'Amateur Athletic <0 ... '. ---r""
Bakersfield. scholarship award. Tuesday June .
Union Championships at r I
California June 24-25, is 7 and Friday. June" 10 are the big ... .I '.
now on. Everybody Is being asked dates this year for the reunion .
to contribute to this cause. celebration at Booker T. ; .
The" star in question is 17-year"
old Jimmy Douglas a senior at Bobby Kendricks to .
Carver, who ha distinguished
hlmseH in local competitions and Receive Degree ,
has attracted national attention r rt ,
with his brilliant dash performances -

Young Douglas' recently ran the
100 yard dash In t.., the 100. .
meter dash ,in 10.5 and the 200
meter dash In 20.$. which la good *, T
running by any standard of
Douglas' has an opportunity to
go to California' to compete In the .
AAU competition. but the question :,
of money must be settled before .
k kff
he can GO. To this end the
community wide drive la being
conducted by members of the
faculty of Carver as will as a *
number of conscientious eommun
Ity minded citlsens.Anvone .
who wwild<" like to

(ca'ftntrtbut.t".e and I'm this sure most that worthy there I, This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

are man who would Is asked to
make cheeks parable" to Carver 3-bedroom CBS completely furnished on large deep
Hlh School. and deliver the" sam
to ntfott J. Plea at the Miami lot. Close to buses, shopping, schools. Only 1 mortgage
Time of fee. 1112 NW 3rd aye,
nr dirrctlr tn Coach NathanielT,41 t to pay to owners. Open this Sunday 1 to 6 p.m. See"Ben"
M Coach Alonzo Fannin
at Carver. Let's all Join In and Bobby Kendrick will be the '

the send AAU wnrng" eompettkms Jimmy Douglas In California to of happy music recipient degree'of from the bachelor" !! 1941 N.W. 58th St. Only $795 down

The A&M University Saturday
money mud be on hand
hv Jane 14 *o kindly make" your 28. 111'1 Also 1931 N.W. 58th Street
e ntrHHitl n. before that date" His mother Mrs. Katie
Thanks very" much.COMMUNITY Kendrick announced the
AWAITS =with;a great feeling- of-prtde--and $795
community I 1.1 anxiously
Bobby graduated from Booker ______ ____
irmritlntf I the" coming of the" Booker T. Washington High In the class, ---------
T. Washington High Alumni of 1956 He attended the Man
AM clIUen'. annual reunion activities hattan School of Music fnr a Brand New 3-Bedroom CBS North Miami Beach Beauties!!

which will be" held June summer session and returned to See 4121 S.W. 22nd St. Carver Ran. i ONLY $995 DOWN
7 and 10.
Florida to complete" hia requirements ches. One block from school. Onlyone
The" reunion will beheld I Ii
program for the" degree Buys this 3-bedroom, 2 bath brand
on Tuesday afternoon at i :Ills immediate future" plans are mortgage. $85 monthly.ONLY .
2 o'clock In the Jehn t'* auditor- not complete new CBS home with shower doors,
ium. The" Class of 1950 will observe $295 DOWN electric heater, oven and ranger Open
It* first reunion after tenvears this Sunday. See 1523 N.E. 152nd St.
out of school: the Class of Bishop Wilkie to be Liberty. City Brand New
1940. its second reunion and the 1"1 TTiniiimtmimimimmmmOpa
Clws of 1930. Its third Enthroned SundayThe 3-bedroom CBS home with shower

MISS SALLIE STEPHENS door, blinds, utility. room. No closing Locka, custom built, gorgeoushomes
SPEAKER Rt. Rev Francis Wilkie. costa. See 1820 1830 NW 70th *t aa pictured above. Many. now
Miss Salie L. Stephen*, a member Bishop cf the American: Catholic| ONLY $995 DOWN being built on order. You pick your
of the faculty of Sunland Church Ncrvr York City will bel
., Irr lot now. Your choice of colors. Put
Park Elementary School, Tort enthroned as ArcHbishop! of the
Lauderdale" and a member" of the American Catholic Ourdon Brand 3-bedroom up deposit. Pay. aa house is b e i n g
Class of 1950. will be the princ- Sunday May 39 at St. Peter Finishing now. built. Only. $995 down. bedroom
pal speaker" The Classes of 1940 Cathedral N.W 4th ct near 19th CBS home.
and 1930. will have representatives at at 9.30 ajn, i. ONLY $795 DOWN CBS, built oven and range, car
respond on the program. Archbishop Wilkie succeed they porte, all rear screened Florida room.
late E. L. Petersen monthly. Opa Locka. Nice. See No closing coata
REUNION BALL TO CAPTURE ArchblsJvcp $88 one mortgage only.
SPOTLIGHTThe who died last )01.Personal '. I 1730 N.W. 154th St., 1961 N. W. See models NW 153rd St. and N.W.
reunion ball whkh will beheld 153rd St. No closing costs. Priced I 17th Ave.
on' June" 10 at 10 p.m. at the
Harlem destined low! ...
Square Ballroom is Mention .... I 10"10" I 10 I
to capture the season'sapeotl&ght.
Invitation for the ball The Rev Samuel Brown vicar Completely. furniahed. Close. See DOWN
are now being" mailed. Anyone of St. Augustne's Church St.Petersburg ONLY $495
",who has not received his Invita- attended the" Episcopal 2321 N.W. 59th St. 2-bedroom home, large deep lot.
then by May 31 is asked to kindly Church Diocesan! Convention: ONLY $595 DOWN to monthly.See .
pH In person or phone the downtown last week At the close of the Only one mortgage pay
office of the Miami Times at convention he motored to Kt y Newly painted inside and outside. 3146 NW 60th St.
1112 NW 3rd ave". TO 3-2236 West to visit relatives" returning This house flea in rear of the large
ad alumni personnel win bo to his charge on Monday. deep lot. Close to buae

I ONLY $395 DOWNCute

t : For couple or widow. A nice clean, little house. Rear of large deep

small home with only lot. Furnished, clean. Total p r I Ie.I e

ONLY $495 DOWN $5,995. Just one payment of $60

$60 monthly See I month.

7531 N.W. 15th Ave. See 1931 N.W. 58th St.

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201 N.W. 62nd STREET PL 71645PL


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zLr ; We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sun.

I ....-. List your lots with us for quick cash sale

Holy Redeemer's babies Baby Kathy llihtower, first prizewinner We have buyers. Best prices paid
Coatesc>onars and heldUI.7 Edmond Richie, 2nd
15 by the Women's Union of and Russell Plessy, holdin
Holy Redeemer, :&Ira. Olivia Gal-
tor, chairman of contest. 3rd place.

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