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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: April 30, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
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A dispute over a traffic accident -

Thursday evening at 22nd

Fla. Educators Close ave. and 79th st. almost developed -

into a riot but for the

quick action of city and Metro


State MeetingCHOOSE police.Morgan Junior King, 25, of

1444 NW 71st st., was booked on
charges of reckless' driving assault
Teach of
MIAMI pride workmanship -
t and battery and inciting
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go back to individuality.The
AGAIN NEXT t department of classroom riot.

YEARMere I teachers under the leadership ot King Is reported to have slapped -
their president, Mrs Mogul Du- Theresa' Elena Mahoney, 20 .
titan 2,000 teacher, in* tree of Tampa heard a timely of 2434 NW 88th It. and beatingup
eluding 839 delegates, invadedthe address! by Hudson! L. Barksdale, her boyfriend during the
Miami area April 21.23 to president of the Dopt of Classroom heated argument over" the accident -
consider: their problem and discuss j Teachers Palmetto Educa in which they were llm>1"t-
the theme: "Quality TeachIng tion of South Carolina and Miss ed.
: Our Primary Task." !Anita Ruffing, vice' president of
MMrara
Under the direction of their the DCT. natknal education association. A young man riding In a I960 i
blue Pontiac fired a shot which
president t. James J. Gardener
missed King by less' than a foot.
president of Suwanee Junior Music during the convention
Coltafe. the Board of Director was rendered by Gibbs Jr. College Metro and city riot squads rush- ;" "' .ter
ed to the and dispersed the
and Executive Secretary Dr. GUI Northwestern: Senior High scene ,
I hundreds: of Jlp! <<'tatora.
bert 1. If Her teacher assembled j and Booker T. Washington
at the Dinner AuditorIum Bands Dade County High SchoolMan r
Key i A search was made by the police
to hear some of the top Chorus (all schools represented for the occupants of the car f
speakers of the nation. ) with Howard Doolln
from which the shot ws fired.
Dr Carl F Hanson superintendent conducting and a special ensemble -
of public schools Washington. from Booker T. Washington
DC. the tu High.Because .
challenged --
18th Street School St. Petersburg erg
ers in his keynote address to Dr Evelyn W. Sharp
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automatically Installedas
was
-develop Int<<1< I president at the dose of the
"there" is a great" need far substance I f I secretary' (she .is abroad) It was 7O.h session. Cato Roach principal i United Service Ontaniaztion presented an awanl to
education. filled Mrs. Ozara
by Wyslnger cf Walker Elementary, Fort the United Fund "for distinguished service to the men
The following were Shell of Starke. She was electedto
ed by Dr Hanson: I'ftIUIWnd-1 serve the un-explred term. Lauderdale. Is first vice president !- and women of the American Armed Forces through consistent -

pupils to solve their The office of recording secretary support of the USO lYojrram". The plaque wa t
IftM develop intellectual was up for election. Mrs. The time and place committee presented to Senator Harry I'. Cain UF president, by Mm.
ctimpetenee: and. develop lntel- Marian U. Shannon the Incumbent rtrammendrd that the 71st Annual -
lecHial response. 2. Strive for excellence was nominated and elected. Session be held In Miami Ida Mae Robinson, chairman of the Redlands USO com-
in what ever' we do. John II. Hopkins principal of the third week In March 1981. mittee.

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TCMPORA MUTANTUR IT NOt MUTAMUR IN ILUt ,-r ?

The tlmsa are cJiangtd and wean chatflttf wHh then! ,


. 37TH YEAR, NO. 36 -MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 TEN CENTS TWENTY PAGES .,,:

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Did Boys Drown in Rock Pit ? (c I



Metro folire dived In a NW
Mth at rockpit for two hours
I I Thursday evening after getting a
Ala. Negroes Jailed r"MJI't| that two young boys had

sass been seen swimming in It but
Hipeared.

__ for Whites Hut the deputies said they believed -
; Visiting the pair walked away
from the tQfeot-deep rockpft.
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Jailed this week tn Montgomery A Metro<< e/Ticrr. said stain
Ala on charges' of disorderly TAMPA BUS CO. I named Lather Smith telephoned
conduct rare three Negroes and said the! boy bad lumped
t.wO white men after neighbors HIRES FIRST into the pit at 260 NW 44tfc st
in two white residential after he ordered them away fromit
M erriions reported visits of the NEGRO DRIVERS
Negroes. !
The officer said clothes belonging
Robert B. Hayes 26. of Greensfbcro HOW ABOUT MIAMI to tne of fee boys were
I N.C.. Robert Cebhs. M, of TAMPA Negotiations between found on the shore But he said
: San Antonio Texas and Tommie the Tampa Transit Co. he talked to a woman beUeved to
r.s eU, 26, of Montgomery, were and the Tampa Branch NAACP be the mother of one of the boys
i arrested along with Maj. Rodney have ended with. the placing In and learned they both were runaways .
; L Cron, 37 and Vincent E. Wllrtn training of two Negroes as bus
? on warrants signed by drivers.
nc ghbors of Mal Cron and Wilson -
The two first are Willie Floyd
4r and Robert Moore. Moor, aa Election Day
llaves and Cobbs were charged employee of the company was
with driving in a car to the Croa i i upgraded while Floyd was interviewed -
t house. wrecking; four suitcases,'I( and recommended by t&* Tuesday, May 3
c entering and carrying on a casual NAACP More than ftd person
conversation" with Cron and > applM for atreesiAg many were BE SURE
his wile. Estell was charged with acceptable but were turned down
doing the same thing at the because of the limit on silf -
TO VOTE!
home of Wilson. cants.

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Three officers of the Florida State Teachers Asaodiatlon Mrs. Morel Pendlatuo, 47. &f
701 Wcstwood Drive. Miami
who figured prominently in the organization's 70th James Ward of INS NW 3rd got in aa argument. Springs, was charged with irasn- :

annual meeting here last week: Mrs. Marian Shannon, ave. Fort Lauderdale, pleaded] Judge Loula Weiising of the alauc&ter la a traffic accident by
Court of Record called for a pre- the Dade Grand Jury on Tues
Weans.day
Miami recording secretary ; John H. Hopkins, St. Petersburg guilty to manslaughter senteoc imreatlgatioa of the day
shortly after the beginningof youth and ordered him bald tn
and ) Ozara Shell Starke research
president: his trial for second degree the Browsed County Jafl until win Smith a 36- '-
fl< last Jan. 7 when Mrs.
The three-day meeting was held at Dinner Key The 16-year-old youth admitted After Juvanlla Court J a d ff Ftndctca's! car swerved pat a
Auditorium with executive sessions at the InternationalHotel shooting Lee Williams 22, in Dorr Davis refused to asaumaJuriadietlon. Jawing truck and smashed loU a :
the back of the bead October J Ward vent on trial Hue working on U g
atop Miami Inernatlonal Airport. __ during a dice game after they on the murder chugs. ,>Rood o7f.convicts '
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Top Negro Official of PAGE 2 SATURDAY, APRIL 30, I960




.Y Cuba Denies Animosity dy Willis, secretary.<( Chamber of Commerce is
the Bahamas on April 16, tospend
Ftt two weeks at Harbor Island I seriously 111 at Memorial hospital
NEW YORK They are not mother I I Relatives and friends wish for
his
I telling the truth about Cuba, Its .... ..........IV"Broward I Mrs., where Mertlin he will Cash Join of Carver him a speedy recovery.A .

people or it* EdriqueLBemvfa .
the Honorable Ranches.It's I I musical tea will be given at
des, at. cocktail and press party get-weiash sent to the home of Mrs. Emily M. Wil-
,,, at the Belmont Plaza Hotel County I Memorial Hospital from relatives Hams 4801 SW 22nd st, Sunday
t here. The people of Cuba lore neighbors and many friends of May I, from 3 to 5 p.m. This tea
and reaped the people of the NewsBy Mrs. Leroy Stebbins, 4420 SW : Is given in behalf of the No. 1
: United States dcvptte the political 28th It.. West Hollywood. She has
che s came between the two goneraDeatL"An
the hospitalThe
official of the Cuban ;oventnent Walter BawlThe I

and head of th Special I Central Baptist I TOOTH
of its Na- ------ new pool
Market Department Church will be dedicated ACNE ;:r"r
Mr.
Commission
tional Tourist
Benavides came here to study C. W. H. Chamber of Commerce Sunday at the morning service.
flrM hand the relations between' will meet Monday night There -will *e baptism. The pastor
May 2. 9 o'clock at the Carver Rev E. J. Clark will deliver the
The Episcopal Churchmen: America and his country. Lounge Motel All members art message. The BTU will meet at 6 I ORA IJ La
Guild No. 3, of the St. Agnes In outlining his finding, be asked to be present and on timeJ. I j p.m. and the Lord's Supper will
Episcopal Church will present told newsmen and some 100 oddspecial T. Dunn, president; E. K. liar be administered at the 7:30 ser.
Arthur L. Evans In an organ recital -
the American
6Un'that
on Sunday, May 1 at 8 pjn. has been receiving -
The recital will be held at the eoverocnfnt
church. the wrong Information about the VOTE FOR AN EXPERIENCED JUDGE
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actions of his fovernment.
the recital
Compositions on are
by Paohelbel, Bach Duxtebude, further charted that the 'Special
Doellman, Marcello and nor Interest," which 1* afainst the
Preters. ideology 1 of a government... bent onrerimming CARLOS B.FERNANDEZ.
Mr. Erans Is a native of Macon Cuba tor' UJC Ctwaru
Ga. and has earned the is sprNdlM big lie to des-
A. B. decree from Morehouse trap the Revolutionary Government 9
College in music and French and He denied that be Is orever
the M. A. decree In music from has been a communist or
Columbia University, He baa also that his government is controlled .. .
done post-craduate iwerk at by the followers of Moscow.
Atlanta and Columbia Universities This Is a name they tack on you C
and the School of Sacred' when they want to destroy you"
Music Union Theological Semi'' he said. For Justice ,of Peace Dist. 2

nary. A former captain In the revolutionary
As organlst chobaasater, be
which des-
has served at the First Presbyterian movement NATIVE FLORIDIAN
Church Hoboken, N. J; tro>rd Batista, Benavidea was r ;4
and the foremost leader In the planning t
St. Matthew Episcopal
Friendship Baptist Churches and the eventual abolition call FORMER MIAMI MUNICIPAL JUDGE

Macon Ga, and the U S. Army forms of discrimination in
Cuba. When he studied social
Chapel, KaUerslautern, Germany.
Presently be is chairman of science and law at the University FERNANDEZ hat already proven to be :a fair,
of Havana he eyes a classmate
the mtialc department at Northwestern
Senior IUgh School and of Dr. Castro and today considerate judge
Minister of Music, associate or- they are dose friends. sharing a
ranist at St. Agnes EpiscopalChurch. : belief in the dignity and equal'
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ity of man. A strong union man Pull Lever

Mr. Evans is a member of the he secretary general of the I (Pd. PoL Adv.)
Ph| Beta Sigma fraternity aDd Gastronomic and Touristic In, The Only Candidate With Judicial Experience
the Phi Mu Alpha Slnfonla.. dustry. I

Assisting on the program will "Discrimination is a dark thingof '
be Harold Frailer He is present the past in my country hesaid 'AflBtMimy
ly doing his intern teaching in "just as dead as .slavery,
music at Northwestern and willrender
which of
was once part ray
noted baritone solos. He country as it was of yours" "We' BALLOT COUNT/
3rd MAKE YOUR
is from. Florida A and M University. have the most wonderful thingsin ON MAY

Cuba for enjoyment'
The public is cordially invited your
from beeachea to from the
to attend. A small donation Is re ocean A Vote For
ftnest hotels to the most modern
quested.' Alfred Strachan Is the
apartments and all the recreational
president of the guHd
facilities a tourist couldever
imagine. And everything Is 1
at a price which the so-called
J. B. SMITH
middle man can afford." TEDDAVID
ELECTRICSERVICE "You must come' to Cuba for
the pleasures' everyone can enjoy -
," he said Our new government -
fa
development program
Electrical Contractor
dally building more beaches and
HOUSEWIRING marinas, spas and mountain resorts .
to provide even greater
"Don't cuss Call! ua" facilities and added charm to an
already charming land, one which
PHONE OX 1-3625
Columbus said was the most

Night or Day beeautiful seen the human eyes haveever :

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fte-flecf Clrcuif Judge For GovernorIS

A VOTE FOR


HUMAN DIGNITYHere



are five (5) important He is the ONLY candidate to

reasons why YOU should VOTE receive Governor Collins com

for TED DAVID aa the next mendation.

GOVERNOR of FLORIDA: 3. He is the ONLY candidate
C ft N N 0 ItGtOUP pledged to keep our State

1. He is the ONLY candidate in moving progressively forward.

the field with sane, constructive
All others swear they will reverse
S ideas on solving the grave the trend back to pre-

racial problem facing this 1954 Supreme Court Decision

PULL "THE State and the Southland. All days -

other candidates have taken 4. Can YOU afford to go BACKWARDS

PEOPLE'SJUDGr an uncompromising segregated ? Can YOU, in good

position. conscience VOTE for a can-

2. He is tho ONLY candidate for date who promises to keep
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15-A : Governor to support the mod. YOU in CHAINS?

erate views of Governor CoI5.. A VOTE for TED DAVID for

ling and joined him in condemning GOVERNOR a VOTE for

He's Able end W.fl Qualified aa "morally wrong" MODERATION and good.
the lunch counter segregation. sense dealings in racial matter

I.S. CONGRESSMAN-4 TERMS CAST YOUR VOTE WHERE IT COUNTS


CIRCUIT JUDGE 8th YEAR THE MOST AT TUESDAY'S PRIMARY I


VMt CwRprffn HM..fvortaa.44 W.PlagUr It-FR J3U7 (Paid Political Advertisement by Ted David Campaign Committee I

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I r WNuVWW h W VW % '4t Florence' Valentine Holloway MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
i It with a party. A well earned feature

THIS and r- to a delightful lady, extended SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 PAGE 3
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5r ed a group that is wonderfulto
.. know.

f' WEDDING BELLS. An impressive
THAT -. ceremony united Miss WinI-
itI
fred. Elva Cox and Petro Wi
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Beacham on Sunday afternoon,
By RUTH N. POLITECITATION i April 24. The wedding receptionwas
a held at six o'clock. Best
VJ:'" ..JAVWg.gg. J ,-"-_' "' J wishes_ for a bright and happyfuture
!
: Mr*. Frances instrumental music, do attend the
Stewart Tucker, administrator, HIGH STYLE AND MUSICAL CONVALESCENTS: It is good
educator university graduate TEA May 8 at the James E. Scott to hear that Mesdames Daisy" Benson A.
teacher, daughter, wife, mother, Cmmunity Center from four to Alice' Dean and Addie Samp-
' friend; in every station exemplifying seven o'clrk. Dynamic Florence" son are steadily improving.
the finer qualities of Allen Is president and May y
'I mind and heart most admired in Smith, secretaryFOSTER CONDOLENCES. Mrs. Maedon w F ft.
women; your own works praise Smith Bullard and her family j
you. You hare gained the respect I 1 MOTHERS. These have lost their mother Please 11pscNM4,
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confidence, admiration and angels of compassion and love find comfort in knowing that she _.
love of the people of Dade brought their children and was. with you most of your life
County and the whole state of friends to their monthly meetingwhich and con trim ted mere than a f-
Florida.As took place in the conference mother's share You hue my deep'
educator and allied admin rooms of the Children's Service sympathy. y.,
istrator you have dedicated your Bureau. Mrs. Lois Hill, caseworker I .r-- 11,,
life with singleness of purpose i introduced new mothers I Friends are sorry to learn of ...
and rare devotion to the development and Mrs. Alpert supervisor of the death of Principal Blanche
of education in the schools. case workers explained the current Ely's sister Our sympathy is extended
As principal of the George Washington !I budget and its effect on to the sorrow-ing family.,
Foster Home Care. Plans y
Carver Schools' for more agency d
than 30 years you devoted yourself were made for summer meetings.Mrs. THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK: t
without stint to the service Alpert Davis presided. "1 shall pass through this world

and devotion of the youth and I I butDft' Any food therefore ,
community To the undertakings I USHER BOARD NO. THREE that I can do. or any kindness r ,
Involved in developing better Sunday May 1 in the basement of that I can .'h>w to any human
citizens you brought a keen and I! Greater Bethel AME Church at being let me do it now Let me
well trained mind a wide knowledge 3 o'clock this group of service not defer' nor neglect it, for 1 I
of sympathetic and etnpa rendering people will celebrate shall!) no pass this way again
thetic l understanding their 36th anniversary service.' :
a passion .
for developing the whole child Rev. E Brown will deliver the --- ._ ..,- t
Dade County and skilled admin- address. Everyone has been assured
decisions.As an interesting program. DARGAIN IN 1

an administrator you have I TIlE AMERICAN ASSOCIATION .
proved that friendship and can For Health. Physical Edu. LADIESSHOES .
dor are more effective educational cation and Recreation held its
diplomacy than subtly and 75th anniversary convention on
strategy. Miami Beach April 2t-:8. The
You are respectively referred theme; *Th* Quest For Fitness CANCELLATIONSAND In Fine Whiskey. .
lo as The" Dean of Principles," a an International Outlook" at
tribute embodying high regard Among them came Mrs. Ella W.
for the exemplification of fairness traded people from 49 states. SECONDS FLEISCHMANN'Sis
I integrity, dignity culture from Savannah State College.
modesty and courageAs i Mrs. Fisher is Southeastern Regional
561 N.W. 29th St.
director of Zeta Phi Beta
a thinker you are recogniz I the BIG buy!
ed' u one wh eves eagerly In the Sorority While here she attend ;.
higher reaches of the mind The Fisher, associate professor of i I
leadership shwn a. president of t ed the State Meeting of Zetas.
the Dade Cunty Teachers' Asaciatlon Health and Physical Education
103&-1m attests to this THIJOi. 90 PROOF is why! ==
fact which helped to broaden the VISITORS. M e. and Mrs Julian CHECK THE MAI...
Adderley of Tallahassee Oxon
scope of better educational oppor
tunlties and facilities for all I Shell the Ulysses Thomases of

This corner honors you for the j Tampa S. Johnson Dorothy Maude Harmon, Jack they ge together! BitNOtO WHISKEY SO POOr aa% GRAIN NCUTNAL SPIRITS

example you have set In the personal hart V. Candy Dear readers THE ritlSCHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION NtW Yolk CttVREELECT
sense of responsibility education the FSTA was here and had a
and community development ball.
and express pride in the
high quality of leadership which )In. May-Dell nytwu, Mrs.
you so completely represent W. A. Chapman Sr. Mus MiMredJ ,
Warmest wishes for your health ( .y should be on their wry tu rah i }
and happiness and may the future the AME Church's G***eral Conference a
prove' that your labors have by this time. The conference -
not been In vain May God bleu is being held in Los Aft, klELECT
and keen you In the hollow of .
His hand!

We hope that Dr and Mrs.
Congratulations to the facultiesof Geone Butts will find Miami to *
the C.HP'a.blntt8ft Carver their linking and decide' to become -
Schools the PTA and cHt.teas! permanent residents. The
of Coconut Grove for giving a
ButU formerly lived In Philadelphia
testimonial. honoring Mrs Turk They are.house fueste of *" *
er on her approaching retirementA the "Pat" Feiders Welcome'COSGRAn'LATloNtt ?
bouquet of hibkctme* to you
Harold
DOYLE
GARDENIA CIRCLE President E Gulnyard. instructor of biology
Edna Smith and members of the and chemistry at North Dade ic *
Circle are happy and thankful Senior High School has been CONNERCOMMISSIONER
",ardmJu" because you the awarded a summer scholarship to
public made their Annual Easter study radiobiology at Tuskegee
Sunday Tea a success again Institute. OF
They want you to knew that because William Groggans. teacher of ic *
of your cooperation and Blanche. Ely High Pwnpano, wona AGRICULTURElUSINCSSMAN
generosity. additional families FuTbright Scholarship to the
and children will be included in University of Montpellier in .
their charities France Mr Grocgans' |II a graduate I
Meeting time for them will be of Tailadega College FARMER *
May 8, at the home of Mrs E* UQISIATORI I IM.

tella Kemp SURPRISE PARTY Tuesday' Psi. A.,.| ic
afternon after school hours, the *
THE Wers If you want to seethe staff of Rainbow Park Elementary Ti
latest. in high fashion hairstyles surprised their pleasingly
and hear the best in vocal pleasant office secretary. Mrs.

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WANT TO SERVE YOU


RICHARD H.



OLSENJUSTICE .




Your State Representative Group 2


OF THE PEACE
w Everyone in Dade County Can Pull Lever 35-A
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Recommended by Your Ministerial Alliance To Vote For David !UoVedf May 3


Endorsed by the Dade County Young Democratic Aaaocii (Pd. PoL Adv.)

Paid Political, Adv*,-tla.ment





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1 t 1enic. Let's CLEAN Our SLUMS! I


ELECTING JOSEPH P.
at 1112 N.W. Third Av, Miami Fl r1d -Ph ". PR 1-12JI
Plant at 1740 N.W. 15th Av**..-f h.n. OX 1.0421

K. t. SIGISMUND REIVES. I.nw
Garth C. ".n"- Managing Editor and ...1..*.. Manager
MANNERSYOUR
SUBSCRIPTIONI.RATES:
ONE YEAR $4.80 SIX MONTHS IXJ1 THREE MONTHS '1.70

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKMAY

PRIMARY STATE REPRESENTATIVE GROUP 2

This is election: year. Our first contest, known as the
primary comes off on May 3. I IN PLACE OF DAVID ELD HEDGE ELDREDGE LED THE FIGHT

There is an unusually large number of contestants THAT KILLED SLUM CLEARANCE THE MIAMI HERALD SAID
this year.
1 THAT ELDREDGE'S 1958 CAMPAIGN WAS HEAVILY FINANCED
There are eight in the race for governor of Florida.t
Six for commissioner of agriculture, eight for Secretary of BY OWNERS OF SLUM PROPERTY.
State; four for State Treasurer and three for Railroad I i
Comm Woner. CLEAN YOUR SLUMS!! .
Four legislative seats are contested. Six Republican.
are running for three Dade
County seats. Three Circuit VOTE FOR JOSEPH P.
Judges
are opposed.
There are 26 candidates running for five seats on
Metro commission. Thirteen contestants for Dade
County School Board three seats. MANNERSt
The Miami Times recommends the following: J
For governor: Ted David.
For Secretary of State with eight in the field: Jesse Yare 1! PULL LEVER 35-B
borough of MlamL (

landslide.Ray E. Green should be returned as Comptroller by Endorsed by Dade County Young Democratic Association
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winner.Edward Larson, State Treasurer should be an easy f I (Paid Political Adv.)

State Attorney Richard Gerstein.
Commissioner of Agriculture: Doyle Conner. .
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House of Representatives: Joseph Manners. j :" UffiBaa3UgjBffiSffluauBUB aag2EE "n! JJrmUI'l'J'Jlf'1iF

Circuit Judge: George O'Kell (group 1) William
Herrin (group 3)) ; Pat Cannon ( ;
group 5) : Harold Vann
( ..
group 10) We believe they merit
your support.
Criminal Court: Judge Ben Willard.
Small Claims Court: Morton Perry. KING
Juvenile Court: Thomas Duff.
Constable District 2: Wally Jefferson.
Justice of the Peace District 2: Murray Meyerson:
Jack Wyatt District 1 : Richard Olsen; Diarict 2, Helen
Hope: District 8. '

For Metro Commissioners, there are five to be elected .
among 26 candidates The Miami Times recommends O HEARTS
George W. Du rieul. Moe Harrison Julius Per)-
mutter.
Jack Beckwith, Johnson Davis. I
County School Board: Mrs. Anna Brenner
Meyers ha
made a good
In member. Vote for her (group 5.) PRESENTS HER HIGHNESS
Group 2: Jack Gordon candidate
Group 1: Nicholas Slleo. at-large.

We now come to a very important in MME. EFFIE THROCKBOTTOM
Dade part thL pnmary. -
County's freeholders
must decide
whether
to
vote$46,000.000."yes" or The"no"Bond on the Iwue expressway will finance that roads will bridges cost C/iick/e i Home

events right-of-ways., you know If you the have score.been Naturally keeping up with current

taxes imposed, but we are assured they there will will be some PLUS .
not be
We excesnive. -
ford to take are living in a progressive state. We cannot af TAPS A PLENTY .
a backward
step. Let us vote "ye"
bond issue. for the SATCH ROBINSON

Every qualified voter In Dade County should SURPRISE ACT .
vote on May 3. cast hi
Naturally this will not be done, but o
urge as many of our readers who we d LONG TALL SALLY
to do so in thU primary. are qualified to vote VOCALIST .

LITTLE CLARA JAY
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New Hope Deacons liver the anniversary sermon. MIAMI TIMES MIAMI', FLORIDA
Deacon Joe Wright k chair
Celebrate FirstAnniversary man and Rev. James Eo Brown JUST BROWSIN'By I SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 PAGE 5

puter.I PAUL R. HENRY

The No. 3 Deacon Board of the Church of The Open DoorCongregational most for Negroes is that the rantageoua to the people of Dad
New Hope Baptist Church will I I I The Miami Herald celebrated Democratic party Is the "party 1 torn land. He says It is now ad-
celebrate their first anniversary ( ) its 50th anniversary on Tuesday for the working manner that it Ocvnty. His advice was accepted.
Rev. II. C. McDowell
during the weekend of May 8. pastor with a special edition brimful is the -party lor the littto I
A. E. J4c.
The chairman officer and nt. reporterRev. with events covering Miami dur- people."
members are already preparing McDowell will dnUnue ing that period. Many who believe that the Republican I General Charles de Gaulle is still
a treat program for the public his series of sermons on "Wit- party is doing more for being warmly received' and entertained -
in behalf of this great day. nesses to llis Resurrection" The Florida Education Association Negroes cited" the fact that the in what ever city he
Cleopas The Holy Communionwill meeting: in Miami Beach Supreme Court ruling ,was passed visits in our country.' Meanwhile
!be given, new members re* last week suggested that the during the Eisenhower admin President Syngman Rhee
ey.a colvcd in the church and babies state's 67 counties adopt self- istraUoo. of South Korea has been forced to
w.l 1 be baptized' insurance plans. This Is the resign. Rhea made his contribu
We were honored to have as white group We have waited for the rains, tion. lie is 85 years old and
our guest minister last Sunday and the rains came. Farmers re I should have stepped down long
t'1e! Rev' Clifford L. Miller, nI Meeting at the Dinner Key I port another loss. That's a farm ago.
I L.fd, cf the Boston area. He was Auditorium was the Florida I er's lot scmeUmes up, and
a chaplain at Talladega College State Teachers' Association. John ; sometmes down. Prices too, go In London a carpenter whose'
when our minister was in col If. Hovfcin. of St Petersburg, up and down. salary is P3. O a week placed a
president There were nearly j penny bet on the soccer! pools.He .
I lege.Rev' and Mrs. McDowell will 4.030 present, 839 of them being 1 I You will want to note that Rep. won the jackpot 280000.
B'tcnd the state Congregational delegates. The teachers lived at Dante Fa-cell was the only member -
Conference whidt will conveneat the Isles: atlaetal Airport Ho>land of the Florida Congress who
the Arlington Street Congre reported the best of service. I voted for the Civil Rights bill. In the British Parliament the
ga'Jonal: Church In Jacksonville. The accommallons in Miami j I Republican Cramer voted' against Later (.rty thinks the government .
I A group of our church men were such that the association' it. The bill has been amended' is overdoing it, spending
will return next and amended but should $1 2.000 for the wedding' and
w..! also attend a toymen's" year. j it helpin
trwet-I I honeymoon of Prince' Margaret hr r
ir.j at our church comb 1 giving those now disfranchised
A\-cn Park over the weekend. The Gallop Poll interested in the vote.
A cordial::: uelcome to everytxdy finding out which party helps
to our regular: service Sun-' the Negro most comes up with Now we have got to rememberthe On Mth >t the property on the
KUthside between 18th and 19th
dcr morning vt 11 ajn. In the the following vote': name BitexL Its In Mississippi -
radltorium: of the Seventh Day), Republican Party 28% where some Negroes at- aves. have been cleared, apparently
for building. Will their beplaces
Advmtist School, 5Oth ft. and trnrptcd' to take ewim at a
Democratic Party 25% tJUsin.- or what?
24th ave. white Mississippi beach in the
I[
Neither 1S%
.
Gulf
of Mexico Whites attacked
REV. B. H. DRIIKLLL No Opinion 29% -
By affiliation: them with chains, clubs Sonny Llston lost no time In
On Thursday night. May 5 catty
I and other weapons; seventeen Harris in first
)co-ing Roy the
there Mill be musical
a
'
programat Nrgro-i and two white
HOUSESFOR South North! men were round. Harris was knocked' down
Friday
the church also
on arrested." Eleven arrested.'
were
Republican 15%: 25% four times and referee' Jimmy
night May 6 another great program -
Democratic 17% 28%
I Webb stopped the fight The
wiU be held at the church. Manama I
Metro's '
O. W. Campbell
'outstanding SALEA Neither 15% 20% bout was held In Houston, Tex. ,
of the most
Some No opinion 33% 27% recommend that the Metro
Gospel Groups and Choirs will One of the reasons cited mostoften Commission reject the building With the closing of Gulf
appear oa program at that time. Real Bargain by voters who feel that the of a lower keys causeway in return i Stream after a ftIC'Ol'd-brMklnc
And to dose out their first anniver.ary Open Sunday Drm crattc party is doing the for 5,000 acres 01 bay bot- season horse racing Is over.
Sunday afternoonat
on
3 pm. the Rev B. II, DiiskcU. $495 Down Now everybody is talking or
the moderator of the first Reno 3059 NW 58th St. This ia a going to the -docs." They will be

both Baptist Association andpatter neat and clean bedroom YOUR PORTRAIT .. ..... ...... $1.00 doing that until June and they
of the Tabernacle Baptist like the dogs.11astSU .
Church In Dublin. Ga. will de- house that you will be proudto
own. Painted inside and ENLARGEMENTS
with Pittsburgh
goes on -
{:, out. Also large utility COPIES in first place, San Fran
,. house in rear. cfaro' Giants H game; Los Angela -
DAVID JEWELERS 2: Milwaukee 2U; Philadelphia
.
.. ( 3; St. Louis 3; Chicago 4ft,
$495 Down 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 ,
Open a In the American League De
e Sunday trust Now York H; Boston 2;
2948 NW 61st St. 3-bedroom Washington 2Hj; Chicago, Cleveland
large front and rear 3; Baltimore 3.

porches. Partly furnished. PULL 49-A ELECT
Balance like rent.
MARVIN

lb lbr Be Safe, Not SorryWe .

r can finance your ..utomoble CHRISTMASCONSTABLE .
liability insurance on
.
easy monthly payment.Goodman's RCAUTYNew
DIST. 2

Real !Jowed ; 441, Cs

Estate & Insurance Consideration
Courtesy -
bedroom 2 bath CBS
2688 N.W. 62nd Street
Dignity Builtin oven and range,
Phon. OX
1-0380 large lot, EZ terms. No
I DEACON JOE WRIOHT Married, four children, holder of Miami Chamber qualifying, no closing costs.

Courtesy Award, holder of Metro Safety Award, Only one mortgage pay

Do you want to have better govern- holder forcement.of National Safety Award. 20 years law en ment.hold. Small deposit will

ment? Do want fair treatmentof --- ---- -
you <(
all people? Do you want an Inde- Coconut Grove

pendent Commissioner, who will Beautiful 2 bedroom with

protect your interest from the con very large Florida room.
This house has many eat,...
trolled "Slate"ThenPULL Separate dining fireplace
I room,

awnings, many closets
BOWLINGWill large landscaped lot.

Near transportation Only 1

i mortgage payment of $85
per month. W. have the

key. Call us.Near .
LEVER --........
Open Soon I j r' 75th- .

2 Houses 2 Lota
$495 down and only $85
6 -I
per month for the. two

ITAND Get Your Teams completely furnished. V.ry
nice location. No closing

costs. Move right In. Onlyone
Ready Now mortgage payment

tsar: --

Liberty City

$995 DOWN

New bedroom CBS on

MI-BOWLING large lot. No qualifying, no

closing coats. Wear every f
thing. Why pay rent? Call

UI for an appointment.BRIGHT .

1900 N. W. 75th St. sT -

REALTYPL
PL 1-5951
7-6458 2S3 NW 79th St.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I "DOC" ANDERSON'S DOUBLE OFFER I

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960
STORES

ro IV"'I --. .......... CARD OF THANKSTo
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all of my friends and neighbors -
Along Freedom's RoadBy especially Triumph Church LOW RENT

and my neighbor and friend,
.. .. Mrs. Annie Golden. Phyllis 100% LOCATION

..-..- lUll..... -RUTH- PERRY ...- Y'LA_ WheaUey School Greater Bethel N.W.
and my beloved pastor. Her. 3rd Ave.
The report of the President's 1 DENIAL OF THE BALLOTTo t ). .c..i"\. ; Cousin and clan leaden Mrs.

Committee on Civil Rights coo- \.." x f Alice Hooks who so attended to SET UP FOR
bins much interesting information continue our documentationof .: me during my illness at Jackson
on matter that still perplex I. voting denial facts begun last \. Hospital, I take this method to BARBER SHOP
and cause trouble today Made week, as reported in The Progressive -'Jr thank each and everyone" for
public in 1957 under PrrsidentTruman' Magazine it was stated #f!' their kindness and pray thatGod' BEAUTY PARLOR
administration, this report I that although Florida has a better \ richest blessing may
discusses the whole realmof record of allowing Negroesto dwell with each and everyone. BARBQUEFISH
civil rights and makes many vote than many of the Southern Respectfully
worthwhile recommendations for section of the state), only six Annie Miller and POULTRYPROFESSIONALS .
planned action in achieving these was uncovered. While nearly 150 NW 18th St.
rights for alll citizens. Regarding 11,000 Negroes of voting age live You cn order "Doc" Ander.on'
voting the committee had this to in Gadsen County (in the northern
double offer, The Mazu- Recital PostponedBecause
section of the sate), only six
other
things:
say among
tah" a beautiful Amulet containing AND OTHERS
There
registered. nearly
were are
To deny qualified citiens the 300 Negro teachers in the the promise God made to of heavy rains last
Moses, inscribed in Hebrew Sunday the Bethany SDA Chur
pright to rote while others ex- county but almost none regisered.
erase it is to do violence to the A Negro minister who suggested (Deut. 8, V. 4-9), and the Biblical Sunday Bethany SDA. Church .
principle of freedom and equality from the pulpit that his Incense, containing a blessing pcatponed their musical recital
Without the right to vote, congregation should register and with suggested prayer Psalms 23 until Sunday May 1. 5001 NW FLA. REALTYFR
the Individual loses his voice in vote was denied a bank loan. A artf 112 by writing to "Doc" R 25th ave. at 4 pm. Participants
the group effort and is subjected minister's wife lost her county C. Anderson 302 W. Gordon ave are Mrs. Mildred Evelyn Jones
to rule by a body from which school teaching job because she Rcuville' Ga. and sending $ .00 soprano, Norman Thornton 44556THE
he has been excluded. Likewise stressed voting and other constitutional cash or money order, plus 60c baritone, and the North Dade
the right of the individual to rights in her curses in postage or pay postman COD High orchestra.
vote is important to the group civics. $6.00 and postal charges. You
can also write to the
itself. : aame ad
The denial of the vote on _account In Leflore County. Mist, whena dress or call CA 2-9719, Roasville. -
of race is the most serious Negro veteran tried to reg Ga. for an appointment, if PHYLLIS WHEATLEY ART & SOCIAL CLUB
present interference with the later the clerk had him write his you want him to do special 'work
right of citizens to exercise their name and address on a piece ofpaper for you. Remember $8.00 Is Invites clubs, friends and well wisher to its
ballot" Soon after he returned the price of Hi* double otter
home two white men called to ask ONLY, not his price for special
him why be had tried to register. work. Adv.Interracial. Third Annual Fashion Showand
"It's my duty" the veteran" I

Doc Anderson i I plied. The white men accused banquet at MI Club on Thursday, April 28
him of trying to stir up trouble I Mothersto
Performs warned him not to make another
Another attempt. lie did not for fear of A good time in store for all
reprsals. Give SupperA

MiracleBy In Mississippi's Forrest County
Mother's
pastor with two decrees from Day supper and
War C Robinson, Editor Columbia University was accusedof program honoring two mothers
The Cl". being Communist when he will be sponsored by the Interracial
:'lsnoo.;a Observer a BAHAMA
I tried to. register only becausehe Mothers Association May ACREAGE WANTED
admitted membership in the 4. 8.30 om at Club 535 NW 3rd

National Association for the Advancement ave and 6th at Donation is Large tracts wanted on any far outer island, beachfront
of Colored People. $1.30 and reservations may be
One Negro citizen tried sixteen made. by raLng Mrs E. If, not required. Write details of price, location,
Sa eet.i FR 4-7792
times
twice a year for eight
years to register but he was -- physical description etc torMAGNUSON
unsuccessfuL

REPRISALS ARE PLENTIFUL RM1iwdal PROPERTIESP.
wp1

; Testimony before the Civil SUPPERS: O. Box 4861, Miami 1, Florida
Rights Commission revealed that
MM
Negroes who try to register in tsvra I 1 trr.ir ..inin IIMJ mm
Fayette County Tenn. are soon M/Y1OMrarp.. .. rr.eliaA.
N.a TA......T
discharged from their jobs and aalir M Ta u aA
i ..
ordered a na.a an Taw ..... aa.oo.a
out of their rented homes.
aNIrflloi
M&Ma -
aa..T PI
There was testimony that they are ;: .
arrested by the police. and that
severe fines are Imposed upon 8th, ANNUAL CALENDAR TEA
:
them for minor chxrgti. They are -'-- ......... a.... ...
denied credit and their wages are --...-..... .......... Of The

DOC R. C. ANDERSON j garnisheed. Their application for DADE
COUNTY
GI loans are turned down YOUNG
Same year ago I was asked to
ad the cause of Oeve Corbin of'I In Macon County. Ala* Negroes CAL'S DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION
US E 22sd St, Chattanooga, ]have brought numerous court
Tcnn.. wfc)> was almost totally i actions to achieve registration BAR & GRILLENOW
bund and wx> was in despair I After one the Sum May 1 1- 3:30 6
had aeeo so much that mss faI I board of registrars resigned and SERVING p.m. p.m.

moot Due Asdersaei of 303 w. I months. Later a new board was MI CLUB 1900 N.W. 75th
Cordon Aw. fU *viile. Ga.. had cation were concealed from Ne- BREAKFAST LUNCH Street
done for so many others X sent 'formed. but it existence and lo- GUEST SPEAKERS:
C eve to him. I recently ran into,ceased to function for eighteen AND DINNERAt REV. HENRY
CJcve Corbin and I was amazedto I I I gro applicants for four months. McDOWELL. Church of the Open Door
se be was no longer blind] On the date on which the loca Popular Prices JUDGE HENRY L. BALABAN, CITY' COMMISSIONER.
He toW me that after visiting Uon of the new board became GOOD MUSIC
Due Anderson his eyctfigbt came publicly known eighteen Negroes 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. REFRESHMENTSNORTH
back and that Doc Anderson had newspplied fr registration. But
done some special work for himand the bard took no action on these

that he is now very nappy applications: it merely ceased to "A V" ,,,,,
tn his love life and his f'"Hsl function publicly fr another 18 "
troubles are over.I months. Again In 1966. when Negroes DADE HIGH DCT CLUB'S
asked him what happened sought to register, the RECORDSALE
and he pointed to a lucky board became inoperative for another AMATEUR NITE and

charm he was wearing, which he sixteen months. "SHOWER OF
called a Mazuzah. lie said It STARS"THE
con
In
tamed the crocnise Gad made to Wilcox County. Ala. a witness -r
--
Moses that it is testified before the Commission
.
worn by ;
many
that
"
as a token of good luck and toward over the past five
,years, over 800 Negroes have "
off gone 4
evil lie said I
that Doc!
rjtn 1 I the board of registrars to
Anderson him I gel .
save
this charm i registered This witness knew :
and come Biblical Incense containing -*'some' who have $3.98 Albums $2.98
applied thirty
a number and suggested I times and to the best
of his
wonderful prayers 1 was delighted to see a';,know ledge, there have not been $4.98 Albums $3.88
change in
a man who
more than two
Negroes to
not too long ago was in such I' quali
deep' fy and receive
their
despair of certificate of $5.98 Albums $4.29
I( registration.
J happened to call on Doc1Anderson
a few days ago and II[I I And to top off these Incrediblenarncd POP

fw-ms introduced to a client I stories of voting denial, a case re- CLASSICAL I I II
Mildred Russell of Newport ported from Washington Paris, II I
News Va. Two years ago mnen Louisiana. involved a Negro SPIRITUAL I
she first came to Doc Andersonshe The registration form required a PROGRESSIVE JAZZ I
told me she w.j unhappy teacher She registered to vote
unloved and unlucky. Well lobe careful statement of her age She a
certainly looked like a million wrote: "I am now sixty.nine '
dollars to me on this day She years. eight months ten days I You name it-we have itl! l'
was well dressed and happy andsaid ,' old.Shf' was challenged and her ts*. .
she was out of debt and we .'registration.name stricken from the voting L".,." *.
fixed financially and
in her lov e J
life. I allied her what brought! These L. t.
about this things are happening.. ) .. .. .
marvelous ,
f .
chang,
e-But year by year and day by day ytwri'r.sw. -. "I.I
She
replied simply "God and I:'through the cotta of the NAACP '- .
Doc Andt"I'JOD"and she said h'' and other organizations devoted ( BLUE DOTS. Recording
/with all her bt"annd Artists, m Quests
soul. ]1 to the ideals of democracy and
I nave known Doc Anderson. ,'I Justice, instances like those told BUNCHE THEATRE (Opa Lake)
tor several yean and have writ about in this column will finally
ten editorials about him before be eliminated like those told Friday, May 6, 1960 8 p.m.
but J am always snore and more about In this column will finally SINGING. DANCING COMEDY
amazed at each new miracle for be eliminated. To hasten that day .rrwrerooca DRAMA PRIZES
Irving near Doc I zee them with you can do three things: Join Advance sac and 75c
ray own eye*. Adv. t the NAACP register and vote. Advertise It Pays! Door 75c and $1.00tHE





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New Bethel Women I First Real Estate

Firm in BrowardThe

New 3-Bedroom HomesIN
first Negro real estate
Raise $2,755.15 firm in Bro arrd County has announced
BEAUTIFUL the opening under the
name of Afro-.Amerkan Realty,
Inc., at 1009 NW Cth st, r o r t
Women'a Day at Greater New e RICHMOND HEIGHTS
LauderdaJe. The new firm ia Incorporated
Bethel was piloted to Its tremendous
under the law of the
success under the leadership state of Florida Jobs Lee
of the chairman Mrs. Wi- Renee. registered real estate
I lene Robinson and the cochairman Only $24ot broker
Mrs.
president; Evelyn
All
Weekly Pays
i ie
Mrs. Juanita Ryles. They W, DUlt1 IfICI" l-tJ'eoasuftr. and
are highly honcred by the members Harry Dillette rice president.
for their carefully planned ARMSTRONG MANOR
and successful' women's day activities. We are dealing exclusively In
The event had all women Mo.'el: S. W. 117th Are. and 136th Street Negro property in Florida and
official, beginning with the Sun the Bahamas" Mr, Reasee said
day School to the evening ser ORA TAYLOR Agent "We plan to hare an active department
i In all fields of real estate -
rr7 and business
Phone CE 5-4246 CE 5-3971 We are also lOin opportunities to manage
rental property In Fort Lauderdale -
Pompano and Hollywood.








.: .Chairman 4JUANITA RYLESCo MOE HARRISONIS I



Morris, raised the highest sum of
m-mey; for this event.
Encouraging and gratifying remarks -
by the pastor Rev W. K. MAN FOR METRO
THE
Smith brought dew the day to a rejoicing

Mrs. R. Cooley clerk

TWO NURSES t


MRS WILCNI/ ROBINSON SEMINARS r
Chairman .
PLANNED
A wonderful message delivered I
ed Mrs, O, W Foster reminded -
A nursing educatonal seminar
the women of The Three Ra,
will be- held at the Dade CountyPubHc
Retigwn. Respect and RcponsibUtty -
Health Auditorium. 1350NW
,
," .
The evening's message
was delivered by Mrs R 1L Lee. 14th It.. May 12 and 13 and
Her I Inspiring message appealeedfr repeated May 19 and 20. j I

"The** Need of Christian Wo- The fcmlnar !is compulsory for! 1
men. all members of the Nurses Official
The financial 1 accomplishment Registry. District Five Fla.
of tins 4orious event was very Nurses Association (approximately
ruAarding to a successful' Wo 450 registered nurse.) It
man's Day It reached its climax will include the following subjects
with a total of 2744.15 in fi :

nance.Special honor is due to auxiliaries Eye diseases, diabetes care of I. I1r'
and group captains who tracneortomy patients, hypnosis, #
made this climax possible. The gynecological malignancy mental I
health reconstructive plastic
most honcred woman was Mrs.
Rebecca Mina and .was determined surgery and management of severe ffa!:
most worthy to be crowned burns
queen of Greater New Bethel and Dade County Medical Association -
reign until next Woman'* Day. speciaUrts! will be the apeak.ers. Make Kim Your CommissionerHe
The most honored auxiliary was AU nurses are cordially Inc
usher board No. 1, who under the vited. Call FR 1-4541 for information. -
guidance of Captain Victoria .

Believes:


That the Metropolitan Government Charter approved and reap.
proved by the people of Dad County is necessary to the county's
continued, orderly growth.

not this county must be run like the big business it Is In oc-
cordonce with the soundest business principles.

not the county commission should sit as a board of directors and
allow the county manager to be Dade's operating executive.

That dignity and common sense and integrity must charocterize

I NOW the county's government.With .

35 rears off experience In building and construction In Dade County,
os an Interested leader in civic affairs, at a long-time and close observerof
the area's growth, development and needs, MOE HARRISON IS WELL

: f.twt.w rl..t.r w..r.Nas 1. sewrh QUALIFIED TO SERVE.

j jtail..r.si4s AJ e.wisr$trswtews.ce. *
w.+ d.rl..s f. .'4.v Gnvh.u d

><.ciwe ei.hfly.sc.e!frwd.rj MOE HARRISON, The Man TIC! P4**. fee*, Is:

Founder and chairman of the board of M. R. Harrison. Construction
Corp., owner of M. R. Harrison' Crone Service Vice President, Greater
-- .rtlami YMCA, Vice President, Lighthouse fe the Blind Member, Boor
_ of Deacons Westminster Presbyterian Church Saw military service asa
.r ( Captain in the U.S. Army Field Artillery and os a Naval Aviator In the
Marine Reserve Holds a 0.S. degree in mechanical engineering from
ALL NEW Iowa State College.

I LUXURIOUSNEGRO *

MOE HARRISON Pledges:
SECTION!

To do his level best to bring better government to Dede County, to
use all of his kjMwIadge" and skill and energy in the ct.....
THrNAIlON'S SREYHPUNfr SHOWIUCE


1 / KEN CLUB NEIL FE JUNE.17thru Z FULL LEVER 6-G FOR MOE HARRISON

--And remember, all Dade Countions con vote for oil commission candidates ,

3711* AVENUE *n<| 7lh *TRtIT Nort w t MIAMI Pd Pol.AJt.


Special Miami Transit buses direct to track from NW

3rd Ave and 13th: St. Stating at 7 p.m. One) way 25c.

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TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA :GET OUT AND .___ >IIl.-r_ _-DIIl: ___ __ Wl.J ____ _

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 VOTEThe

Northwest Miami Jaycee '
will sponsor a "get out and vote" ir IVTY
caravan Monday touring the ..
downtown Liberty City and .
Brownsville area This idea fol- ..'W.1M. ....
lass up the registration drive

its initiated eneouraienent by the Topulr to keep group ourcitizens la OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

: abreast of their inherent -
right The caravan Drill, begin -
at the Mary Elizabeth Hotel
j I and proceed through the downtown I FRIDAY SATURDAY
area to Brownsville: and on
to the Liberty City area. I
MONDAY TUESDAY
Henry W. Daniels president of I SUNDAY -
I the Jaycees request the presj
j
ence of aH members to participate "
[ THE
'I r l 'T"I
tawe
Assonb.y time 7:30 .
-- pjn.OM j jI
DCT AMATEUR I MOTION

NITE TO PACK : I PICTURE

BUNCHE PARKTHEATRE : .1 FOR EVERYONE!

MAY 6

The students of the DCT dub] 1
at North Dade High sponsors.
of the coming DCT Amateur Nlte.1
are completely' satisfied beyond t le .
ii
executions with the way that
ticket ales. are going. From all ow sestet ur,t ...., h
indications Opa Locka. together
softie all of Greater Miami will reason maay ot as do cot doa
be en hand to pack the auditor- a.. food job .. oar taring program Is
turn of tr Dunche Theatre tow became wa an DOC syctoaatk about
+teeM tfcis bigger and different 'I.. k. Ber. art a few tips otbcn ease I
;reduction. The date Is Friday fowad-actpftil sod you might waat to
May 6 at 8 pjn.Bunche tilt

and Dunbar Park. Rainbow park Saw your dims.-each ooa ofthem.
Elementary Schools I .
a ion* wh Northwestern, B. T Doa't1pea4 any dim yon
WaatoiRftofl, and Dorsey are get la chaqe.Trylhb for 30 days.
tending tome outstanding talent Fay yourself first When you tab kaiwt gar4t /
Little talented Janet King of your pay cavelope or check to tfw
BwfMIIw Pai'k and fem. of th.
bank
deposit 15
-- --
---- or aay other
cat ot Dunbar
winning skit will be Elementary featured.,, IXputy Viola Hill wisher to amount into aariD=s, Uaia fc a
The city1 beet young quartets take this method of expressing regular part of your bodjcC No I
wifl entertain you. Among those her thanks and appreciation to, .u.w bow IIDIJI taw amoeres-
ar.n... Viceroys. Blue Dots and the chapters' and friends who bank aooMhiaf. far JWI..zt.da.
DrltdaeK. made it possible for winning the I p.7da,. I 4t ,
state queen's contact of OES. .
Loot ahead Metro yowdtfldraa /ftacpsl AtrH
The iwene above was taken Sis Hill will be delegated from a oiaf to *
from the fat-moving "Gangsters Bethlehem Grand Chapter of the IIOIJqJOUr" NL-- .
Over li6rlft ." a oae-act skit stare of Florida in Boston Haas. or soma other foal whkh!b 15 or I I20yaanofl.
wMeh will be somethiag different in August In the internationalqueen's Sara far fc by boyinf
among 6.hesao'ft of Stars contest of OES.Sis. a i nnofla aodowoMot policy or a f
portico. It U directed by James 2t*," lite losvtaoa polky. __
RaBdeJf of the drama
and
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Gertrude LatUmort. W J .
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department
of North Dade. PLUS _
of Pride of Hialeah No.. Siported -
According' to Daniel R. Francis, re
DCT coordtnau-r at North Dade grand Lodge a grand OES session in Ithe BUSINESS LOTS
Jacksonville
aid
erwaator of the DCT Ama IlEEIRIR!
uur Ntte. th* production She was appointed' on the Terrific Location
-..*. to be temfic. He had prom-high jewelry committee. N.W. 62nd Street I Learn Use Tatiifyloq
f e.cnt.....
prats fcrDeUlah mblch will Mrs. Annie Glasa Andersonreturned Near NW 10th Ave. HUaoo M
be recwnt.d by Thomas Papino's home Thursday I OBSESSION of...
Dviaate Dancers of Northnrestern. from SO x 108
-the national retired Teachers 175 I I'
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Association
which w.s held InjacKsoavwe.
She reports a pleasant B-3

Dorsey Alumni News, trip met many old friends City water, good for stores, Could Cheat DeatZCHNCOLOR
and gained much information. units. Call PL 71645.
Calling all members of Dorsey. .
c ass of 1MO and all interested FAIR REALTY -._ ... .. &MeafIIDCDIt. _. ...... ..
parti* There will be a meeting Don't Fret 201 N.W. 62nd StAIR ...--.IIt.anaua. ...on.aota,.................._.,... rt..
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Jam* Noon Johnson for time
and pace. I! Join The NAACPI I
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English language, I-em now ta*I possession that U not fully bald
: teeing he' field of coining new{ for. Example a own a ear. (
wcrds. My first offerins to"ow"n possess it. but still owe payments
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pvt't'Hubbard Hospital children. a ward spiritual at LIBERTY ELKS RUSTIC COVERS

bafebailen.boost when these two from major Milwaukee league START CHARITY PUN PHUN

and tv0 from Cincinnati, visited CLUB H> If III, ()o.MCtl. Kit ,
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Meharry Medical College and X S = =.. t- I
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Hubbard Hospital before their Liberty Ek Lodge No. 1032
exhibition game In Nashville's & 23 NW 18th are. Miami in THIS AND THAT Gla.Oser. I ArM *
Sulphur DHL Ready to auto- Its regular meeting April 21 p&.ric
graph 6 year old Howard Lee adopted a recommendation by Harry Daliafente's altos of
Wilson's baseball are: Bill Bru- Brother David Tucker to estab HnpsWent Cirenhcwrr's neglectful # CUitoroa 'I".d lit yaerr Ihaeaa
ton. Mihrvukee: Frank Robinaco fish a Charity. Club for raising attitude. ,,"-.nts civil rights. 5 w_ MIU ...., ilser twalseh"
and Vada Pinson Cincinnati; funds to help any worthwhile proves that the only thing. Ika Muluwl. und MheLaitW '".s S f.
and Hunk Aaron Milwaukee. charity case (Indiscriminately) in has in common with the Abe
Paul our community. Lincoln:' 1s a Gettysburg' address Ireie4 sb ......d ..Mi
photo by Schleicher ::'JI" = .. .Wnr
A wonderful repast was served I Judging from the civil rights
ANNUAL "NIGHTIN prepared by Bro Tucker stand of the Florida gubernatorial
Brothers Claude Rolle, Exalted candidates exeunt for one) PL 1-5841
NASSAU" Ruler Charles Hudson, financialsectary I must say that the reason I Call Now
and Louis Wilkinson' cant get behind them is because
Tworder." I am way. ahead of them.

i MAY The sum of $300 wad raised by One filibuster I am In favor of 761 N.E. 79ffc St. EVM/M/ WI/ 1.OS9S
the untirring efforts of Bro. David I* that of the pvaera-thal-be
Tucker and was turned over who keep talking about the atomic
to the secretary to start the treasury and hydrogen bombs. I hope NICHOLAS Pfast/covers
The Exalted Ruler praised \ they don't 'drop" the subject
Bro Tucker very highly and Already noted (1)) for by
thanked him on behalf of Liberty lUNgent methods of twisting the
Lndge' members for his crest
Y A
effort to this worthy cause.
The first meeting in January
Liberty Lodge on recornsnenda-' For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
Con of Bro. Claude Rolle went
en record to establish a blood
bank. The same to benefit the 1
community Anyone wishing to 1i BONDED COLLECTION
donate blood to this worthy cause
may make arrangemtn by phone,I
OX 1-9928. ask for Alfred Saunders -
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VMr ,ry in the lunch counter sitin .
Yc.u hc t Clyde KLkns. la an. demonstration was won Friday largest collection and rental 1b. I; .; ;T
nounc'r: t.L3 week, the 8th annual when the 43 Shaw University. .1
Greater Miami Elks 'Nightin and St Augustine's College students in the South operating in '
Nassau. which cornea off on were acquitted by a Ralejffh agency ;
Sunday May. 1 at the Harlon' superior court
Square Club 'nKstudft1t1 were arrested in Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
February on the sidewalk of
The affair aj usual U destined
to capture the spotlight in fun Cameron Village, the largest Housing areas
and enteralrrcnentPractlcelly shopping center in Raleigh
while waiting for the F W. Wool-
al) of the features worth store to reopen. It had L L BROOKS, President
for wfekti the famed' Bahamian been closed to exclude student
capital is noted,, will be repre protesters This is the first majorlegal
seated at this annual night of breakthrough in the student MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN '
fun. There will be a square slt-d dance and a grand march: plenty NAACP Legal Defense and 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
of .coconut' : and coconut milk educational Fund attorneys were BROWARD COUNTIES
plenty! erf N'auau conch salad a prepared' to take the case to the
barefoot calypso contest and highest court. Attorneys rtpre-
maL other attraction renting the 43 students were
All calypso combos in the Miami SamiM* MJtcrveQ and George
area are especially Invited to Greene of Raleigh and Jack i I
attend the "N ght in Nassau" I Greenberg of the Legal Defense
special) guests of the sponsors. Fund staff in New Yost.ARKLEY'S '
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gmas PHIL HILBII1T Phone FR 4-3034

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Awards for the Year 1960-61 We Christ at Sunlight came into wish all the homes spiritof We copy and enlarge pictures *f

during Easter and we felt the year loved ones at half price
true meaning of Easter once
Social Action Awards for out* a aln. Wa Make All Kinds ef Plcturos
standing community service were THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
left for Paris >II'
Mrs. D. A. Julius
presented to two Mlamians BuD- PAGE 10 SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 two weeks ago furthering her
day during special services heW studies in cosmetolofy. May she
at St. Paul AME Church to Ccconut -, have a safe and interesting voyage MlrTWHEEASEK.BM.KArw.WL
Grove. Recipients of the manager of Burdlnes namedtreasurer. .
awards were Mr*. Elizabeth: Vlr- SEN. CAIN OUT On April 13 the following students sa err twee.r1. .
Mrs. Sally Spaet for many were guests at the Qlldren's
rkk lor her work In alum clearance TO REBUILD
chairman of the door-to- Hone in Kendall giving
and recreation and ChalesHadley UNITED FUNDNine door years drive in Miami Beach was various coiffeures to the youngsters .
(sepia Miami's worn-I named assistant treasurer. which is monthly chalrable: Ma
cal mayor) for his work Greater Miami's commun. gesture Miss L. Dean Mrs. M.
ptoyrnent and welfare. Acceptmf 'ty leaders' Joined Friday with Four Baltimore Martin. Mrs. A. Jennings Mrs. $4'sM
the award for Mrs. Vlrrlck. ratio President Harry P. Cain in the J. McKeithan S. Arnold and
was out of the city, was Attorney challenge to rebuild and revita I Stores Begin Mrs. Keills. I I WP ii!
Iris Wanwrtffit, attorney for lire Dade'.hlftyearold health Sunlight will present a Spring
the Coconut Grove' Slum Clearance and welfare federation.The Serving Negroes Dance May 5 at the Fiesta Club.
Commlt e. re-election of Cain and Tickets are being sold by stu
citizens apointment to key posts BALTIMORE Four of this dents. Music will be by Dizzy -- else M M
The program, which Is an an in the United Fund of Dade I city's leading department' stores Jones and his band.
nual one was sponsored by the County were approved by the have dropped the color bar in : hAILEM DRUG CO.
Rho Sigma Chapter of Phi Beta hoard of directors. I their restaurants: following sit-
Sigma fraternity. Each yeear during The 'new look" based on in demonstrations by Morgan Advertise It Pays! 1400 N.W. >rj &,,,., Mia", '1..
the month of April the Craternity the administrative principle of I State College students and an
prepares' a public program spreading responsibility and NAACP sponsored picket line of
to honor and rive recocnl- strengthening communications 40 ministers.'
Uon to persons in the comrauni- consists in the appointment of First to abandon dlfcrimina LAMOUNT GUEST
ty who have done the most to six vice presidents Instead of the i tion in its restaurant was
promote community' consciomnos usual two in apointtng assistants Hochild Kohn. Following this
on the basic Issues of life. Others to the secretary and treasurer burak-trotrgh, Hutzler's. Tecfct- I
who have received the and in filling the post of May and Stewart departmentstores
award include:: Atty. Henry ATrinrton. chairman of the board which was announced' a new policy of and LODGING HOUSEROOMS
1954; Rep. John B. Orr, created but not filled: at the incepton service to all customers.
19S; Rev Edward T. Graham.
of the United Fund. The ministerial" picket line was
1958; Rev. Theodore Gibson Ira F Wlttard former Miami! led by Rev. IL O. Graham chairman
1958 1959.; and Atty. O. E. Graves, city manager and president of of the Baltimore NAACP OVERNIGHT, WEEKLY AND MONTHLY
the City Bank of Coral Gables. branch church committee.' The
This year's theme as developed was named chairman of the clerical pickets mere organizedhere REASONABLE RATES
by the national executive board, and as such will presideat and in other cities by Rev.
board of the fraternity js: "Pnp-- meetings of the board. Edward J. Odom the Associa OPEN 24 HOURS A DAY
station for Economic and Social II. y. Kinard f financial and tion's national church secretary'
Security in an Integrated Society management consultant for Ry Dr UIHe M. Jackson is president
." The theme was used by Rev. dec' Systems was reelected to of the branch. 12032 NW 3rd Ave. Call FR 1.2036
Kelly as the topic for the regular the office of vice president This Meanwhile the Oklahoma
11 am. Sunday sermon In yea he will be responsible to the NAACP youth council succeeded"
his remarks the pastor reminded president for finance, debt management (n opening four additional store
the congregation of the responsibility delinquent accounts' .lunch counters" to Negroes. Student
of cozens In seeing collections Internal audits and sit-ins as they are known
1o it that all members of the phvstcal property. today began in Wlchhlti, Kansas VOTE FOR"w.I'yn ,
community knew and were intelligently Woody Kepner. president of and Oklahoma City with
informed on Issues Wcody Kepner' Associates. Inc. NAACP youth partJc .tiOft in
confronting them so as to be able will serve as vice president In August. IMS. There are now SI'totes '
to participate fully in the democratic charre of public relations in Oklahoma City with I
process' He cited as examples special events and jcecial commtttees. non-discriminatory policies.
to support his thesis the .
fart that millions of oppressed Ed Bishop, Delta Airlines VP yC1Ii' JeffersonConstable
people throughout the world are in charge of campaign fair share
now clamoring for freedom and gift development and loaned FOR RENT
independence in the face of executives.Mrs. FOR
.upereme efforts of conservative Dorothy G. Melville, financial FurnishedApartments
groups to hold the line against writer, investment analyst
the will of the people. Taking advantage and a veteran' of work with the
of ctlzenshtp rights and UF budget committee, will serveas
privileges was listed as one vice president In the area of ADULTS ONLY
method fur eliminating such I h *ds National Brands Inc. is .
practices agency rf' tionah_ District 2
NA 1-6953 ,
Sam Blank who organized and
PRESIDENT VOTED "IIQMAMAN
vice president in charge of the Diligently work for the constant protection of
Greater Miami Jewish Federation I
Of THE YEAR"Another
Blank is a founder and businesses and homes in District 2.

: part of the program, trustee of Mount Sinai Hospital,I' NEED CASH Constantly strive for an effective program to curb
whki11 held fn conjunction co-chairman of the I960 Combined juvenile delinquency.Will .
with the social actions awards, is Jewish Appeal and a veteran .
the presentation of thes1 :na of the United Fund. $25 to $600CALL appoint a fulMime Negro Deputy recom
Man of the Yta'award a Ben B Brown South Florida mended by a citizens committee.
geld plaque given to the mem manager of Southern Bell Telephone PL8.3653 Make all evictions strictly according to the law.
bet of the fraternity who has and Telegraph Cowas,
done the most to PI"ClmOtebe named secretary He will be IDEAL LOAN Pd. PoL My
ideals of the fraternity This aided by Mrs. Joan Hackney.I CORP.
year the award was presented to newly appointed assistant were.fin 6105 N.W.
7th
the president of the local chapter Ave.
Earl A. Wells. F Cordes, formerly general'

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 (Goodwill Week Observed .



Goodwill Week will be obaerr-
ed in this area the week bf May honorary membeR. Mrs AnD
I.', according to James A. Ryder -' Fashion ColoramaReIcheduled.for Lindsay, Mrs. James Monroe
president of the Goodwill Solomon Scott and Roscoe Mul-
Industries of Dade County. drow, who Joined us In worship
Ma ylst Next Tuesday, May 3 our regular -
The observance win be part of meeting date has been declared
the nationwide attention to the The Fun and Fashion Colora by the president as Homecoming
needs of handicapped people.Special ma scheduled for last Sunday Day for all members
proclamation has been April 24 as part of the 20th anniversary and ex-fnembers of Unit No. '7 at
issued by Mayor Robert King celebration of the MIami Sunlight Beauty School, 1011
tUsrh. calling attention to the fact Beauticians Unit No. 7 was NW 2nd ave. at 1130 a.ra. We
that Goodwill employs and rehabilitates shall expect you. We Irish to
cancelled due to climatic conditions. -
thank our friends and
y handicapped people. Rescheduled for May 1 at patrons
And, that the organization for their splendid
operates cooperation in
the 535 Club of the Sir Job n
by reconditioning clothing making this our 20th anniversary
Hotel, beautiful colored hairstyles
JL furniture, and other articles donated a memorable one.
will be shown. Much fun
Mrs. Marlon
Mukirow
by the public and selling' Pres
them in the Goodwill bargain ,music, fashion and dancing will
stores at price for the budget be featured throughout the
buyer Goodwill is no-profit and evening.' Some of Miami's moat
all proceeds go Into the paycheck I talented models will appear. Mrs.
of the workers making I i Opal King Ls the chairman.

them tax-payers Instead of tax-I, The members worshipped at + Wanitd Tele Set Te Minlc
users ;Sunday morning services at by America's Large Song Studio.
Greater' Bethel AME Church. Send Poem Immediate conuderatioa
A Joint statement is Issued by I
Ph.n.craphDRIVER'S R.ards Made
-- Rv H McNeal Harris and! We are happy to welcome out J fill SIll me ratan 115. $....1ZTII. IWS
TELLING HIS STORY Making hU first trip to I Charles Hadley, who head up the I
New-'York to get first hand knowledge of U. S.-Cuban relations medal advisory committee for

the lion. Enrique Benavides of the Cuban Government 1 i the Community recently Store opened at 1210 Goodwill NW

and director of Special Market Promotion Department .1[ !Clod st. In Liberty City to the [ LICENSE !
of The National Cuban Tourist Commission, is effect that they plan to further

given an opportunity by the great Jackie Robinson to tell acquaint with the rehabilitation visitors to that store BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE

his side of the story on the former baseball great's radio of Goodwill Industries of program Dade

program. Shown on the right, Mr. Benavides told Jackie County Thev plan to do this by O'BERRY'SMAGIC
and his radio audience that Cubans love and respect displaying fishbowl filled with
.
pennies
each coin
Americans. That In his country there's no discrimination a man hour worked representIng by.- CITY DRIVING SCHOOL .
at all and all people are welcome in Cuba. handicapped person In the program 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
during the month of Mardi
1900. The customers will be encouraged OX 1-5283
Junior to submit their bids as
College certificate of
equivalency
are
V, the correct
number
eligible for admlacion to Dad the bowl of coins In!
Applicants Urged to County Junior College U they arc Merchandise
residents of Dade certificates' win
Apply Now Bulletins and information County. be awarded in the amounta of
are ;
$20. first
prize; $5 second
available by writing to Dade prize .
The new Dade County Junior County Junior College 1410 NE and $' third prize, to the fer- %
College Is aleadv three-fourths 2nd ave., Miami or by caning sons guessing the nearest to the
full and those persons Interested m '-'311. ext 423 or 324 and correct figure.
interested In entering the college PL 4-5491. This area has one of the fast
in September are urged est growing Goodwill Industries
apply as soon toOCALA In the country, according to Mr
Most of *ash kve a 011 SMASHUP Ryder The main plant and Ini
ed for admission are current high CLAIM THREE tial I store la at 11 SO WN 22nd st j I .
school seniors, although graduates and another community store at ,.
of previous years art elig Three Miamians were killed on 700 Palm Ave. IHaleah. u wed rr ,t--. -
ible for admission Also moat of the way to a sister's funeral Saturday as the Liberty City store.
the applicant thus tar will enter when their car apparently A number of other location ..... :. :;" .
as tull-time student, althoughany stalled In the path of a large are under' (consideration he said. d"a
eligible person may enter as trailer truck near Ocala .eui.1',
4 part-time students, U his work And in Tallahassee' a ride Ina rJU:1: : DaJVIAY 0 II U G
schedule does not permit his r:.rty turned Into a nfcntmare Don't Fret .,_ Jfr
full-time attendance.The for a Miami Shores coed' when Fight! .. coftKQ:",1 ..J4" apes o p ;; -, tf S laA Il:
college irill operate during she was pinned' under a car after
the evening hours to accomo- It skidded upside down for 289 Join The NAACP Harold .lIIn". Manager
date those students whip are notable feet
to attend during the day. In the Ocala crash investigators -
To date about 64 percent of said the 1936 model car
the applicants indicate they' wishto driven by Frank Allen, 46, of
complete a course which will 1704 NW First place ran a stop YOUR: CREDIT
enable. them to enter a senior' sign west of Ocala The car stopped IS O.K. ATBAKER'S
college or university in the Junior and was struck on the right
or third year' The remaining rear side by the truck.
M percent are choosing one of Dead were Allen, his brother.
several 2-year technical or non Thomas, 55, of Hallandale and debt.
technical courses of study .which another brothers wife Mrs. Mattie .
will result in the termination, Mae Allen 32, of Richmond ,* *
for the time at least of the formal Heights.. Two others were Injured -
store
education of these students. seriously.
Dr. Kenneth R Williams, president State Trooper C. L. Tompkln
of the Institution emphatic said the car wu enroute to
the fact that while it will MonticeUo for a funeral
take longer, a person can complete North MiomiNO

by attending a junior on college a part-time education ba Why be Out of Style?

sis. Let us convert your double-I
Current hUto school seniors breast suit to a single breasted
graduates of previous years parents narrow lapel. $18 up. I MONEY!
persons already involved in Your Smiling Tailors M7 NW -' DOWN
careers, and other persona who 3rd Are. Reuben Hepburn ProD
have a high school diploma or a tad


New Pocket TRANSITOR RADIO Sale t take many months to pay!

Was $39.95 Now
at Only $14.95

Pewsrfui,; Dynamic Sukcr-Makcl a Wonderful Gift I fcairi&ifrhe
p 1
With free battery carrying case and Magnetic Earphone

Complete lln. of TV'e and Radloe-At low price

.I Low Repair Prloes you tieed; aieiy Friendliest Terms jfh Town I Iliof

SOOTIN'S TV

321 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-1589 I with confidence fa one of NE

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NAME. . . . . . . . . i

To Property OwnersWould 5 ADDRESS. . . . . . . . ,

you like to have all your bills combined Into PHONE. . . . . . . . . :
one small payment, and still have some left '
If $1,500 or $10,000 will help you at a money time like I Hew LM, la MJaal........................... !

this, let me get it for you. EMPLOYER. . . . . . . . ;

to apply Today for is a not loan.a day too soon to phone if you want ADDRESSUtt . . . . . . . 1 I I t

: 2 Mate WWre ... Nave Cniit :

H. DAVISMORTGAGE .I: 1. . . . . . . . . . .S I I

BROKER : 2. . . . . . . . . eV..ww. .

Phone FR 9-8531 Eves. NE 3-6754 ._-_...._......__.__._--_..-....... Jvst Spy "Chtirg* JfMIAMI

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BEDROOMHOMESS

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CASH DOVIN ,


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NO QUALIFYING S

ANYONE CAN BUY MOVE IN TODAY
FEATURING:
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SEPARATE DINING ROOM CITY WATER
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OVERSIZED COMPLETELY SOUTH'S LARGEST SHOPPING
TILED BATHROOM CENTER ,
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e ROLLED DRIVEWAYS BUS TRANSPORTATION
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COMPLETELY LANDSCAPED BEAUTIFULLY PAVED
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PAVED STREETS LARGE LOTS

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FLORIDA .
MIAMI
THE MIAMI TIMES ,
America's TUNE IN .
PAGE 14 SATURDAY APRIL 30, 1960 I T
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Ke \
Y est Southernmost City FrIII'lIMe.TIMI' Hainart' .


Miamian Elected Cambridge, Herbert Major Robert By FRANCES E. PALMER

to Williams Melvin Stubbs, La- I -- -_. -- -- ------_....-__-, _.._..__.._..__.
Mr'o oror oavOn -'
I High Office of ban G. Bode and a number of
others. Saturday April 23be Miss Bettye Jean Sawyer
Masonry Woman's Civic Club was favored grand daughter Mrs. Rowena
by an official visit from their Pines sent her spring vacation -
Principal to Retire president Mrs. Algernon" Bolen of in West Pakn Beeaca visitIng -
eI Fort Pierce. She met with herb her plants Mr. and Mrs.
c.:.. women at the community Srsklne Sarwyer. Aooompanying
center at which time she gave a her to West Palm Beach were
thorough explanation of what is Juliette Saunders and Phyllis
ejected of the club women Hannibal .(While in the city they
alon* civic and educational lines +arre the house guests of Mr.
and ho- to use every effort to Sknmie Martin of 1373 7th sL
I / obtain the cooperation of interested Mrs. Martin was the former
persons and by so doing Audrey Sawyer, sister of Bettye.
my Increase their members They reported a very enjoyablestay
E t. At the close of the meeting (in West Palm Beach.
; e s
refreshments were served.
Although her stay was of short
duration it was very pleasantly Mrs. Sidney Higgs or West '
tp.rl'.cd.: Palm Beach is in the city spending -
An orchard corsage was presented I a few days here. She is the
to the guest of honor toy house guest of her cousin, Mrs
Mrs Kathleen Whyms, a c 1 u b Bernice Cleare and family of 220 a
member Mrs. David Damn is the Dteas Lane.Louis 1Don't
vphis prrc&cnt of the Woman's Club
I
k j e.is, city
Fisher and daughterMrs
Those present were Mrs. AI- thlicity
Elizabeth Stocker of
,
Dolan, WHhebnina Bain
gcnon attended the funeral of their
Vcncra Mingo. Grace Paladous Fret Fight!
cousin, the late, Mrs. Flossie
Annie
ItTwcna
Pinder Lowery
Richardson ,who burled
was in
I& Robert WUllams of Miami Cc'.cstine Evans Kathaline Coconut Grove on last Saturday Join The NAACP
was elected Grand Junior Warden -) Whyms Mary Williams Alice I
of Most Worshipful Union Wa.lace'I Elaine Thompson, Mal-
Grand Lodge of Florida and Jurisdiction -' vcse Pinder, Agnes Albert Ver-

F. and A. M. P. IL A. era Ferguson, Eliza Austin, Antonctte Highland 420iS Free C....ulUtl.a
Bro. William serve on the Hernandez, Marie Weitca -

M. B. F. Board for three years Mrs. Frances Stewart Tucker, SOUTHERN CLINIC
of which he worked harmoniously well known greatly admired beloved -
LOCAL STUDENTS BUSY AT
with other board member by many who will live in Urinary and Chronic Diseases
lie pledged his full support: to the hearts of hundreds, yea FAMU -fll
WAY
the other grand officers and thousands of boys and girls m nand H yr* 10.4 zS47 CORAL
jurisdiction. Other Grand officers will retire at the Among the Florida A and If
-women, Eva. by Apt. (Ntar 27th Ava.)
elected! at the 91st session were close of the 1060 school year. i University seniors doing practice
as follows It W C. II. Henry I II I teaching are William Edwards Cured Wed Bus Ne 4 U deer
33 decree, Grand Muter; R-WJL I Because of the many years of q I,, Jr. son of William Edwards -
R. Williams Deputy Grand Muter service that she has given as an 800 Elizabeth 51.. and
R. W. J. II. Goodman Grand educator in the County School Mrs Georgian Edwards, 3-A Ft
Senior Warden; R. W. B. r. Irving. system she will be honored durIng -C Village, history department at
Grand secretary' ; R W. I a public grogram at GeorgeW. Mays High School Goulds and
Robert If. Wilson, Grand treasurer Carver High School audItor-I Victor Shavers son of Maxwell
; R. W Rudolph Bradley ham on Friday April 29 at S Shavers. 823 Thomas st and the
Grand orator. o'clock.It late Mrs. Lorraine Shavers' ,

The Grand Master filled all Is timely that we extend to Southwest hassee Elementary Talla ReElectA
These former
appointed oUkes.Miamianl graduates
the public an Invitation to share>
of Douglas high school
will
comete -
with us at this time as we strive]I 5
their college courses in thisyear's
Attend to commend her for service and I I class,,
give her flowers while she lives. I PROVEN

Mason Meet in Jax The teachers and citizens of, Mr and Mrs. George' Saunders b

this this and children of Miami were! la
area, are sponsoring
Most Excellent Union Grand I, the city recently JUDGE
of spending Easter
u
program a gesture appreciation
Chapter Royal Arch Masons of
and we raiD be expecting with her mother. Airs. Beatrice.
Florida and Jurisdiction workingvnder
Mcintosh
you. i of luo Olivia st
the protection of Most,
Worshipful Union Grand Lodge HAROLD R.
of Florida and Jurisdiction TAM
PHA. Charles H. Henry 33 de-

tree 0..1.. met April IB thru FREE -
flit with delegates' from aU oveertse

Quite state.a number from Miami EXCITING CATALOG
were in attendance.The VANNPULL
oratorical contest was
won by a youth of Jacksonville FREELet
Laverne Scott of Miami won
second size.
The Grand Chapter will be me show you in my latest catalog the latest
host to International Grand LEVER 20-C
Chapter Holy Royal Muons of Creation worn by many of the most vivacious
the world next year in May. YOUR CIRCUIT JUDGE
This will be the first International WOMEN OF FRANCEFor GROUP 10
fraternal body to have met
Pd. Pol Adv.
in ( )
Florida. The
companions are
ternal bodice to help make this a Free Catalog Write To

asking the support of all fra-

great session.Member .attending the 55th ,Rr MAURICE de PAREEP.

session. ", 'cre:
C. P. Rentier. Hilton Brown, i

Melvin If. L. Walker Jackson, L.Alfred C Blansford Coakley,, O. Box 44-332 Miami 44, Florida ;; LEVER

Samuel Sweeting. Frank Robinson -
Rudolph Bradley GranvUle

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RE-ELECT- Jffi)0E




ANNA BRENNER




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TO THE

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DADE COUNTY SCHOOL

BOARD

DISTRICT 5 ;4 :

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A Member of The Board Since 1953 z


COMPETENT DEDICATED

EXPERIENCED


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Local Comm tteesl0f DCTA SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 PAGE 16




Lauded for FSTA SuccessThe ENROLL NOW IN

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success of the Florida
State Teachers Association 70th SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor

Annual Convention is now hire United HomeOwners Evening in Paris
lory. The many accolades and encomiums a Life Long Proes.1oaFlorida'
which hare been received
as a result of the outstanding Assoc'nThe banquet Spend an of evening In Paris at a Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
entertainment and
should be shared by
success and president and members of dining Thursday, May 5, 730
committees
com
local 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 49998Would
those
chairmen who worked unceasingly the United Home: Owners Association pjn, at James E. Scott Community -
mittee and long hours prior to extend sincere thanks Building 7200 NW 22nd ave,
convention to see that everything and appreciation to the wonder benefit of Bethany. S. D. A..
the was in readiness April 20. ful people who helped make our Church building fund. Call CE
a debt of gratitude to first annual tea a success. 5-5107. OX 1-0766. NA 1-4103:
We owe
for further
the members of Special thanks are Information.
James Simmons to the guest speaker nUnded\') like to $1,000 this
the Dade County Teachers As \ you earn more
sociation and aUho participated ward T. Graham for

on our program. director lent speech of and Dorseys to Mr. Johnson Junior,|J Message of ThanksMy year?

Special commendation Is extend choral group for their beautiful!
ed to the Souvenir Committee inpreparing renditions; to Mrs. Vivian Long sincere thanks and appreciation BECOME A
the "kit*" for the "as- and Baldwin Hepburn' for the I to you for the many and
kocution. Mrs. Alese Gill was > lovely iotas and to Miss Iva varied kindnesses extended durIng
chairman of the committee. Turner of Northwestern High my recent illness. Graduate
Others who served aside from School for the Nightingale
listed in the convention' timely and beau To my doctor, Nathaniel Col
those \Vil tiful recitation. Also to the quartet ston, for physical care to myminister
Mrs. Eddie program were Sons of Thunder for their Her. E. M. Thomas, ML
Blacknell. Henry Dell.
Mrs. Ruth Adams. selections. Calvary Baptist Church for spiritual EARN JOB PRESTIGE
Rudolph uplift to Greater Bethel
Special thanks are again ex EARN MORE MONEY
For individual service In getting u.hn board and to all persona
tended to the mistress of ceremonies -
who in
directional transportation any way helped me to
maps on
Mrs Elhel Ferguson who EARN JOB SECURITY
service, courtesy drinks and recovery, I ay thanks. .
R. Wil- 90 ably conducted the program Mrs UlHe Brooks
directional signs, George for and to all others who participat II FREE LIFE TIME EMPLOYMENT SERVICE
harm Charles Hadley orange
obtained by one ed.Our
]juice courtesy
of the gubernatorial candidates regular monthly meetingwas ENROLL NOW FOR NIGHT CLASSES
standby ambulance service.To held at the home of Mr. and T.V. RADIOREPAIR I.
and -
Mrs. Winslow Wiggins, 8290 NW
Charles L. Williams for his 22nd court on Wednesday, April SOLD For Physicians Assistant Training
excellent job with the decorations 20. the same hour of the meeting -
and placement of Districts at the the mother of our secretary Rentals and Bought STARTING MAY 2
auditorium. Mr. Williams was also Mrs. Mary Clayton died was Drive*!n Save Money
appointed by the FSTA Board toserve laid to rest April 25. Our deepest
Free tube testing
u Convention Marshall. sympathy to the bereaved Classes Limited in Number-Air Conditioned
For the outstanding service family.Alma
Authorized
from the courtesy committee Mrs Haley, reporter FactoryTV ClassroomsNIGHTINGALE
Loretha Pecke served u chairman. Repair Co.
And especially to James I* Cherry 923 N.W. 62nd St.
and the persons who worked' COLLEGE
the last minute to get school ex hair PLaza 1-8381
habits North Dade and Northwestern Straighten your SERVICE CALL SI.&0

would have Senior won every Ugh of prize Miami of. with SILKY STRATE WITH THIS AD 265 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-1675

Cered. III no own w x'33sm
.........
Orchids and gardenias to theJade ....id.III
< County Secretaries Association AT ALL cosunlc COUNTtiS Your Vote is Needed
for the untiring hours of
work put In during the period of

To istnUoa.Williams J. Stirrup for his 5 Reasons We Should

committee the educational on entertainment tours and. to all of Vandalism Is CostlyTo Why

others who had any part in

making the association a success Every TenantA Vote For Ted David

The office of the Florida State
Teachers Association. Inc., extends '
a sincere and profound reward will be paid to anyone for confidential information

thank you" for the fine work conviction of Who Gets My Vote For Governor?
and
leading to the arrest any
done in making this the best association
we have witnessed, Bonded By CLMCR A WARD
To all who have given courtesies person who destroys property managed by Vic President Florida VotersLupus
and to those who have opened r
and ask for
their homes and their hearts to usne Collection Agency. Call FR 3-8416

extend our single and collective For more than 10 year. wa
appreciation Lockhart. Negro Democrats In Florida. have (

THANK YOU KINDLY ,,t had no choice but support can
RAINBOW PARK ,, 4 dldato for governor who have
Ineulted y ..'I.... ", ahall.. de-
Dear parents r: .. .
all tHat n to maintain gro
If have children entering
you : I aatloA/ Now |n IttO. for th.
-e first grade next year, you '
ce cordially invited to our first Ant time In Florida' political
trade round-up wiiich: will be AIC MORTGAGE COMPANY history, the Negro. voter KM a*
ce4: in our cafetorium Sunday opportunity to veto for a candl*
af-crocon, May 1 from 330 until date who says. "Lunch counteregregatien
5 cm First and Second Mortgages |. morally .,.,..."
That man I Is Tod David who fully
At the round-up you will find I Loans For Repairs And Additions aQr..d with Governor LeRoy j jCollins
.:;, vital information that will In his. now historic TV
(:e-P you to enroll your child and small monthly payment
Consolidate debts into one speech This I* positive progro
* : gain an insight of what hap-
and in our otruogle for human dignity.Many .
era in child's school
your
FREE INSPECTIONWe Negro citizens are not
*-hy
supporting Tod David for the following .
Also Buy Property roaoona) which da not
make sense:
MUST SELL

Ph. FR 1.1493 Evenings UN 6-6886 1 Some had already. made commttmanU to support certain candf.
RIGHT AWAVLuncheonette dates before Governor Colllno made his. TV /address on "Lunch

Mortgage Broken, Licensed by State of Florida Counter Sit-In*."
I. one now bound to carry out that commitment?

with 2. Some ay, "Tod David cannot win the .Iect......" I a...wer by
All new equipment and saying wo have been supporting winner over the year and
kitchen have gained *o little In the area *f Civil Right
DRESSESThousands
1. The front running candidate have 4 -or ft time more campaign
1028 N.W. 3rd Ave. money than Ted David-le money that Important

See AL After 5 p.m. of beautiful new dresses, values to $25 4. I do not want to offend m/ long established. political, all..... D*
they really ...peet ua who support the candidate who promises.

I Only $1.00 and upUNIFORMS' more human oogregation dignity? and deeert the only candidate who promises ua ,


CONSOLIDATE YOUR b. How can we poeaJbly' explain to the Negro Democratic Voter why '
BILLS I he should desert the only candidate who has promised ua humandignity

We Refinance Your i ?

No Payments Mortgage Until* March 1 laOO$2a00 & $3.00 I
$
No $Balloon.000 -*.-fit or aa Month low aa Values to $12 Vote for TED DAVIDPULL I

12JOOO US Month and Children's Clothing at Lowest Price
Men's, 80"
13,000 10 Month OUTLET LEVER 23 t
MIAMI NATIONAL APPAREL
MORTGAGE Moved to New Store MAY3RD !

W. Flagler St. (on the corner)
FR 3 448 JE 22622 449 (Paid Political Adv.)
Member Chamber of Phone FR 7.2943 1 1I

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N.Y., visited Miami recently! oni I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I
a vacation trip. Mis Thomas was
15th Avenue
Paving the houseguest of Mrs. Vivian
Slowe Oliver at the home of Mr*. TIME FOR A CHANGE ELECT
Oliver's mother Mrs. Rosetta
Jenkins, 2340 NW 52nd JACK R.
Vote May 4The Saturday I j
Miss Thomas left on
night on her return trip to New
of York. Both travelled by National -i
Greater Miami chapter MillerConstable
Airlines Jet planes.
the National Dullness League' in ing at Bethune Cookman College I
regards to the proposed paving along with school owners
and drainage system on N. W. and teachers of the United
15th ave. has issued the following States.
apc-al. From Daytona they will go to District 1 .r
Rudy Levarity, who beads this New York where they will
committee, reports that the embark for Euro; In Rome they Elect a man as your eon ..
scheduled for debate stable that has already boon
Resolution is will study the latest techniques
on Wednesday, May 4 before in coil/curing.: The students and endorsed by many of your "
the City Commission. U approved friends wish Mrs. Julius and friend. ouch as:
NW 15th ave., from friends a happy voyage. 1. Communications' Worker "
of America
paved 2. Neal Adams
ed to 59 feet which is 20 feet Personal Mention 3. Brownsville Improve.
wider than it is presently.The mont Aaooelatlon
paving will consist of 8- Fran New York comes news 4. Louis Ouncombe
inch lime rock base and 1% inch that Mr. M. C. Bodle. a former| ti 5. John Estea, City. Council,
asphalt concrete surface course Miamian and editor of the Florida N. Miami Beach
term drainage to be installed News, West Palm Beach is V 6. Tom ftasao
.where necessary.Chibs convalescing: at Harlem Hospital, 7. Combined Colored Masons
churches, civic groups New York City, ward 2D, U1t.h i 8. Elmer A. Ward
and individuals are urged to Join it. and Lenox ave. Friends hope
with the hard working merchants fcr his early recovery.
(Pull Lever 50A
of 15th ave. in this struggle to and
improve and correct this unsanitary Mrs. Elizabeth Tinker
and unsafe condition that her daughter: Mrs. Dolly Saunders (Pd Pot Adv.)
exists on the street. returned to their home
These persons interested can I m Nassau on Sunday. While in
help by sending letters, post Miami, )!rJ. Tinker was the Mn, JUrrkUe Bentley MAJ&of
cards and house guest of ber niece, Ma.
telegrams to our City
home guest of her niece Mr*. Hibiscus Court No. 34 Heroines -
Cotnrnfeaio&ers inv vote favorably- on this Resolu Saunders the guest of Mr. and d Jericho, wishes to thank i
tion. The mailing address for the Marian Johnson and Mrs. the court in cupporUng her tripto
commioMoners uu Mrs John Fernandez. Jacksonville to attend the F>a.i, DemocraticAssociation
Post Office Box 708 78th annual session of the Most i
Miami 33, Florida Mr and Mrs Willis Saundersof Worshipful Union Grand Court
George DuBreuil Ptttsburg. who spent three Heroines of Jericho Prince Hall
B. E. Hearn weeks in Miami leve Saturdayfor affiliated. She was appointed
Henry BAlaban their home. While here they chairman of the Arts and Crabsoonrnittee ) i
Joseph DuMond. and were house guests of Mr. Saunders toy the I1L E D. Gib-j 1, Endorses the candidates listed below
Mayor Robert King High are parents, Mr. and Mrs Jasper sen 33 degree Grand Venerable
your commissioners. Saunders of Perrine. Patron. And urges your cooperation:

Mrs. Julius Off Mrs. Vivian Slowe Oliver, formerly Loyal 59ers TeaThe FOR GOVERNOR-

I of Miami and BOW of Doyle E. Carlton, Jr. ........................?... Lever 22-B
To Europe Brooklyn returned to Miami recently Loyal Den present their
to visit relative and First Annual Hair Style, Fashion FOR DADE COUNTY COMMISSION

friends. While la Miami Mrs. 011vet 'I Show and Musical Tea Sun- District I-Jack H. Beckwith .... ............. Lever 1-F
stopped at the home of her day May 8 from 4-7 pm at Lib (Coral Gables' South .Miami- )
mother Mrs. Rosetta Jenkins at
erty Square Auditorium 6306
:340 NW 52nd: at. in Brownsville. NW 14th ave. Donation 50 cent District 2-Johnson .'Da'visNorth ..................?? Lever 4-F
Mrs. Oliver expects to remain in ( of 64th Street) ,

Miami for another ..... Florence Allen preddent; M. District 3-",. R. "Moe" Harrison ............ Lever 6-G
H.
Smith secretary Geraldine
;
Miss Wanda Thomas of Hollis, Allen, chairman. M7 (South of ,54th SU U Flagltr' )

District 4-Winston W. Wynne .......?....... Lever 7-H
(South Miami thru Homestead)
FOR .
District 5 Julius J. Perlmutter ................ Lever 8-H
HOME FENCES & FLORIDA
(Miami, Coconut Grove Liberty City)
IMPROVEMENTS AWNINGS ROOMS
FOR CIRCUIT JUDGE
Tho Man t *-
+ 00 la
I Croup 1-Francis J. Christie .... ............ Lever 11-A

Group 3-William A. Herin .................... Lever I3-A

F. W. ReynoldsFACTORY Group 5-Pat Cannon ................. ........ Lever 15-A
U. _
I Group 10-Harold R. Vann .................... lever 20-A

REPRESENTATIVE ,. Group 11-I- C. Proby ................ ......... Lever 21-B
I 12 years of oiporltnce and Know-Howl

"It', good to know the right' product-..an FOR STATE OFFICE-

11 added advantage to know tho person from Comm. of Agriculture. R. Hancock Lever 29-B

whom you buy It." State Attorney-Richard E. Gerstein .... Lever 32-B
Mrs D A. Julius, vice presi .M Legislative State Senator-

dent Beauty of the reknowned Sunlight Free Estimate Phone Earl Faircloth ........................ Lever 33.A
School the Souths first
and largest equipped school of Day or Night PL 4-7929 Member, State House of Representative

beauty culture attended a meet FHA Terms Mo Monty Down Up totO Group 2-Joseph P. Mannera..Lever 35-B

Month to PayPULL Member, State House of Representative

Anywhere you live in Dade Group 3-Carer Matthew .... Lever 36-C

County, you can FOR COUNTY OFFICES
Judge, Juvenile and Domestic Relation

VOTE FOR. LEVER 6-HAND Court, Group 1-Thoma* B. Duff Lever 38-A

Judge Small Claim Court

ELECTGINO 14 Group 2-Morion Lee Perry Lever 40-B

Judge, Criminal Court of Record

Thomas G. O'Connell ...?........... Lever 42-B
.. P. t Board of Public Instruction

? Dttt 5-Anna Brenner Meyer Lever 43B

Board of Public Instruction at Large

NEGRETTICounty ; Group Nicholaa G. Sileo .... Lever 44-D
I 1 Board of Public Instruction at Large

Group 2-Jack D. Gordon ........ Lever 45-B

..... Justice of Peace District 1-

Jack P. Wyatt .... .................... Lever 48-C
i Commissioner Justice of Peace District 2-
11II. I
ih I Richard H. Olsen .... .......... Lever 48-C

DISTRICT 3 Justice of Peace District 3-

Helen T. Hope ........................ Lever 4S-A
Constable District 2-
PLATFORMTo
Marvin "Red" Christmas ........ Lever 49-A

purcha and unify County Transit) SyvUm. ELECTION DAY TUESDAY MAY 3
1960A
,
JACK D. GORDON Speed take over government function through Metro.
Establish Immediate control of Utility Ratoa.Establlahmont VOTE FOR THESE CANDIDATES IS A VOTE

t FOR THE of County Advisory Planning Board FOR GOOD GOVERNMENT

Submit Oodps Island Port piano to county wide referendum
SCHOOL BOARD to determine the public views DADE COUNTY YOUNG DEMOCRATIC ASS'N

Work for development cf a Dado County Labor BOArd.RecognlZO Dr. Gaorgo H. Green Pre. Mr. John H. Barkley Tress

Candidate at Large ;" lawful equality of all race and plan toward that Mrs. Evelyn Carter. Vice P,... ...... Mary |_ Brown, S.cy
in Group 2 goal In tKo I least disruptive mAnner, Mr. C..... Hleas, Viol Pre.. Mr*. Addle Pierce, Vk P....

FREE TRANSPORTATION TO THE POLLSFR
11 LEVER 45BPd. COUNTYWIDE VOTEPaid
7-4933 FR 7-4934 FR 4'3297-FR 9-0011
( Pol. Adv.) ( Political Adv.) (Paid Political Adv.)

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York City; Philbrooks of Miami; MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
three daughters Mrs. Ada Laura
MEMORIALS I Flanders Mrs. Eloise C. Johnson,I SATURDAY, APRIL 30, 1960 PAGE 17
teacher at Liberty City Elementary

..... School and Mrs. Maedon
S. Bullard. teacher at George W.
CARD OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Carver Elementary.Five .


The family erf the late loving memory of my' hus sisters, Mrs. Udell Reid,
MRS. KATIE WALLACE band Mrs. men Dorsett Miami; Nurse

(Big Mama) VICTOR O. R. TYNES Carolyn Kelly, Miss Evelyn
who defined this life March 38 'who dop.rted this life April 29, Kelly Mrs. Adlaide Stracban s
19$3. and one brother Percival Kelly
wish to thank the many friends
neighbors for their kindness, In a fair and peaceful city all of Nassau: two aunts Mrs.
and
telegrams and flowers Beyond the vale of tears. Christiana Young and Mrs. File:

during cards their hours of bereave- Leave me always our loved ones Rahcnings, Miami.
Special thanks to the Rev. In a loving Father's care. I
rnent. Eight grand daughters two
W C. Taylor and Rev. Harris of Christine Tyros wife grandsons three
great granddaughters
St, James AME Church, and the Key West Fla. three great grandson iffliwP

Range Mortuary.Mrs. several In-laws and a host
Cora Lee Moss daughter IN MEMORIAM of many other relatives and I
Ebnore Ross aon-In-law friends.
Sacred to the memory of our LOSTA FOR SALELOT.
Ben C. Wallace son
St. Atten, N.Y. beloved husband and father Service will be at 2 pm. Sat REWARD for valuable papers
JAMES ELMO CORNELLwho urday. April 30 and pictures lost In a large black
And FamilyCARD at Ebenezer 1749 NW 67th at. Owner:
entered eternal rest Abrll Methodist Church Rev. Aaron bag bearing the name of Ernes Ollie Baas 1530 NW 69th st OX
25. 1950 In Key West D. Hall officiating Frances Funeral tine R. Mobley. If found call OX 12403.
OF THANKSThe There is no death: The stars go Home in charge. 1-24M or FR 97649.

down The body will be on view at Three business lets 170 foot
family of the late To rise upon some other shore the deceased home from 7 Road next
I pjn. FOR RENT front. On Pembroke
LEE! WILLIAMS
CURTIS And
bright in heaven's Jewelled Friday until funeral time. HaUandalswPhone
the Palm Club
I in
who ckiparted this life April 17. crown NICELY FURNISHED three bedroom
wish to thank the many friends I They shine for evermore house. Quiet surroundings OX 15012. Nights.

and neighbors for their kindness, And ever near us, though unseen in Opa Locka (Bunche Park DOWN
cards telegrams and flowers I. area). Desirous of clean nice $ ,000
during our sad hours of bereavement The dear Immortal spirits tread: DEATHSRange quiet family. For Information 5-ROOM: HOUSE 2 apartments

For all the- bundless universe call NA 1-M54. Ap 2 furnttied.. Rent of. apartments
Special thanks to Rer. Thed- Is life there are no d ld." I takes t'IInof your payments.
ford Johnson and Richardson's Mrs. B. R Cornell wife LOVELY HOME. Adults 125 1044 NW 64th at.
.
Mortuary. Mrs. Charles Gooding Jr.. week. New colored' section.
Jessie B Privilege of buying. NE 5-5568. LARGE LOT in Gowfcfc. 78x115.A .
Mrs
Williams wife
daughter Funeral services for Leroy GUI ber..'... Call FR 10994. M7
Mrs Josephine' Simon sister IN MEMORIAMIn I more of 2091 NW 6

Sam And Family Williams l brother sad but loving memory of died in Jackson Hcopltal win beheld fumtehed. 1966 NW 60th St. Call BABY CRIB. ....n,... and play

our dear wife. mother and grandmother Friday. April 29, 1 p.m. at NE 3-6203. pen. 1601 NW 0*.d st Apt. I,
the New! Mt. Moriah Baptist
CARD OF THANKSThe MRS. MATTIE WinTEHEADwvbo Church with the Rev A. L. FURNISHED ROOM. 1986 NW

departed this life April 21. Shipp officiating. Mr Gilmore Is 37th st. Cooking facilities. Phone WANTEDHELP
family of the late 1959. I survived by his wider. Nettle NE 36203.
MRS. EMILY LEE HEPBUR'7DEVOE : dear his father, three daughters Mesdames WANTED
Sleep on one and take
Woman to clean house
I Lois Johns. Ella Maudlin or girl
your rest: we love but God 2-REDROOM DUPLEX. Phone .
you
at this time wish to express our lovm you best. : and Ullie Hall Interment interment TU S-4296 todfFURNISirED half day two or three tunes aweek.
10421.
Call OX
sincere' thanks to each of you John L. WhHehead Sr. I I In_Evergreen.
fine people who I I bedroom. All
were so thoughtful -, husband Mt Apt SALES JlFJ.I'. Opportunities for
kind and so wonderful to us Mrs. Dorothy Thomas, I II Servkv* Mrs. Elizabeth modern, Adults. 729 NW 55th and
ambitious Negro men women.
during our bereavement May the I daughter Veal were<< held in Memorial Terr Phone MU 1-0323.
Phone FR
Lord bless!! and keep each of you Albert Francis. James and Chapel of Range Funeral Home We 4-1561 pay as you learn. AU

and shine the brightest light up- John I*. Jr.. sans I April 27 with Elder Carter officiating IfOUSK Completely furnished.
on you. We also wish to extenda Willie and Patricia I Mrs Neal died at her Gaud' surroundings $1650 per
serial. thanks to the Metropolitan : grandchildren residence. 1SA30 lunge Park wr Apply at 1934 NW 58th st Job Opportunities
Methodist Church and its School Drive Sunday April 24. trims NE 58915. i The Greater Miami Urban

fine *stor for a very consoling' Mrs Anna Smith Dies I League announce job opportunIties
message and well appointed Mrs Mattie Anderson died at ROOM. J173 NW 5th Place. ) for the following positions.
hymns, and to the Bain's Funeral the home of her daughter lA'a-1,i II For further Information regardIng -
Home for its untlrring services.' tha Williams. 3363 NW Slat terr. these Jobs contact II. Allen
Mrs. Vera Taylor daughterMrs. Atcil: 23. Mrs. Anderson was I ROM 1460 NW 69th terr.PVne Wheatley of the Urban League or
Hilda Taylor ,'t" -100 visiting her daughter here. The I OX 11877. Modern convrnlences. call FR 16476.
grand daughter body was shipped to Tampa for Custodial Work Supervisor
M final) rites Lifeguard

I LARGE. AIRY Front room private Engineering Draftsman
CARD OF THANKSThe i 1 Mrs Flora Fleming of 4601 entrance, convenient to Police Sergeant
"
'r" ,. SW 25th St.. West Hollywood Muses 4. 29 and 7th ave. 1027 NW Animal Control Officer

REV.family EDWARD of the D.late t .. ..:' ... .., .: :.... died UMpltaJ April Funeral 27 in the arrangementsare Memorial 54th stAPARTS. Court Potting Clerk Machine Operator

RICHARDSON .. fK"OA1pk-te. I I AND HOUSES from Abatraf'tnr
who departed this life April 17, ..w $16 per week, all kinds, furnished Houaejment
1960. wish to thank the I
man y and unfurnished. See ar..nt. Clerk Typist
friends and neighbors for their Richardson 6100 NW 17th ave. or phone Police Officer
kindness cards, telegrams flowers .. ..,' : .6 NA 1-4853. Firefighter
and the use of cars during .: I>..rkl Thomas 23$ NW 14th
their hours of bereavement oi" trtr" died (In Jackson Hospital on IN LHIERTY CITY. Completely
Special thanks to Rev. Thed- %:3Q pm from the chapel Mr. furnished efficiency apt Utilities
ford Johnson St. John Institu ".. Ar3 :24 Funeral held April 30Tvna Included' No deposit $1730 DUPLEXCBS

tional heth Range .,. ? U survived by two ala weeMy; Respectable adults only.
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R aFuneral
Ibeiw mwn and trrs of New York. Mrs. Spero Phone I'L 4-6965 Beauty!! (
for services rendered. Sweeing and Mrs. Rosalee John
Mrs. Guzzle Richardson roa: three. nieces.Littre ROOM Nice couple $730 and Near NW 54th St. BUMS,
And Family! furnished apartment for $5 2137 shopping city water. Terrific -
Thrroas Clark. W3 SW NW 59th st Phone NE 51920.
buy. Far below .
1th st lffwne te*d. died after appraised
IN MEMORIAMIn Smith of a< Mrs. Anna Luvenla her Cotton Grave side funeral! services apt 936 NW 3rd ave. apt. FR Lena terms. Call PL 7.1645
died at
NW 55th! terr
sad 2501
but loving memory of held Friday April 29 at 48904.
dear son, brother and grand ion Irtne: here Sunday. April 24 at Paradise Memorial Cemetery. FAIR REALTY
1130: pm following;; a brief illness Little Thomas II survived by his FURNISHED ROOM 2020 NW

Wy mother Mrs F3oul Washington. 152nd Terr Opa Locka. MU V-
I She came here 44 years ago 88526.
from Rum Cay Bahamas and has '
been a resident here ever since. Monroe Church FurnitureCome
! EFFICIENCY or 1 bedroom apt
9"iI Surviving are her mother CALL DAVE Air conditioned furnished freegas and see new church furniture .
t
Mrs Laura WUdces of Nsrw all makes of washer and eJectidty 1210 NW 77th on ...:e Reasonable price.
of Repairs on
York City four sons Hubert refrigerators sod stoves. Free Terr OX 1-7856 weekdays after 836 NW 3rd ave I*. FR 4-W04.
: .
Nassau Benjamin ci Fort *
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i. Raalant' of Dade County SS yam &"ec...f-l. E"9i"eerl"sj Con.

tractor Know. the Internal, and ,.trnal. problem' of our County '
t Political or "p,...
tK"nd >
not y
4- the lnd.p..id.nt Candidate t
I "f.ncerld.rrath..* a man of
,.",l'OtIpe not a 'yes' man or
true eonvktk' will dtvo full tim+. to the Important job of
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County CommiMlo"tr.

Every Registered Voter in Dade County can vote for this

ELLIOTT T, MORLEY Outstanding Businessman
.t.o departed this life oo April

23. 1&S8. ELECT HERMANMARKS
LET'S
Cone but not forgotten. May
he rest In peace and may light
Perpetual shine upon him.
Mrs. Olga Morley. mother
Albert Morley father
Miry Morley brother
Mrs. LUllaa
grandmother COMMISSIONER
COUNTY
Mrs. Clementine Morley

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Club this beautiful trophy to be
awarded to the player each
PAGE 18 SATURDAY APRIL 30, 1960 month holding the highest number ELECT
of matched points. Any member -
is eligible to win. The per
son winning three months out of
the year will keep the trophy and JUDGE
hLs name will be engraved.The .
I In-Around The Bahamas trophy was won by William
Brown of 55th st for prfl. Chares H.

-.--- By A. H. MeKENZIE The Sunshine State Duplicate
Bridge Club is always open to
I new members. The aim of the SNOWDENCIRCUIT
Early Wednesday guilty in the Supreme Court on dub Is to promote Duplicate
April 13, fire morn1.D&.1 April. 11 for selling three lots Contract Bridge. The group
eastern section' of the that did not belong to him and'|: meets each Monday at 8 pxn. at
Building on East Bay SL. causing for receiving $562.80, $700 and', the YWCA. Classes for beginners *
an estimated $140,000 dam $112 for them. He was sentenced<1 I are held Wedne9days at the YW.
age. Pan of the 42-year-old edifice to four and a half years' imprisonment -
was used u a warehouse for I Anyone interested moy contact COURT
the Kelly Motor Co.. and the either organization.Relax .
Central Furniture Hardware Co. The Board of Works has reported -j and play bridge with the JUDGE
Thirty can 14 brand new that from January to the!! Sunshine State Duplicate Brdge
irere burned and left tireless. last of March permits were issued Club of Miami, only dub in 4
The stone walls and wooden roof for lee buildings, valued' at, Florida affiliated with the American (Group 3))
collapsed, and furniture store $4.657.590. Last year for the I I I, Bridge Association our national -
and refrigerators were destroyed. same period permits were issued bridge organization.t Your "Beat For All Dade" *
The fire originated In the furniture for 92 buildings at a cost of membership will help the new Qualified
store and spread rapidly to $2,553,361.60. J I Miami Unit crow.HOlf.YIIOtIl.
the other section. PULL LEVER 14.A

The Nassau Daily Tribune (Pd. Pol Adv.)
opened'' the "South Africa NonWhite -
Relief Fund" on April 11, Stiffs
starting with $140 The fund wm
be kept open until May 13, and Guarantees to give Your *
those wishing to express: their Marriage Year Around
sympathy for "bleeding" South
Africans In a concrete:' way, may Honey Moon Happiness
send their donations, large or t I I Regardless of your age,
mail to the Royal Bank ol Height the of work
Canada or the Pea $e's Penny or type
Savings Bank, and marked with you do I
4.i
the name of the fund y FREE at horn measurements far
.
married ceupleo only 1 In the
Sir Robert Steep: edan, Governor Miami' art ,
of Eastern Nigeria was ap d $:S.75 to couple* weighing .lees
pointed recently to succeed Sir than 250 Ifeo.
Raynor Arthur as Governor of:
the Bahaman He win arrive 5.75 for couple weigh Ing moro
sometime this summer. r than 250 Ib*. P
D. 'It Youreelf s
Forty-five-y ra -old Andre $5.75 to $10 to have Installed In
Joseph died at Princess Margaret Your Homo.
Hospital on April 12 from injur frond money order or
lee sustained on the previous -;- -- measurement request<< to
evening in a fight with Andae
RE-ELECT CIRCUIT JUDGE WILLIAM A.
Cadet 32. They were both Haitians I Holding his trophy won for the CREATIVELY YOURSP.
and barber Cadet was month of March is Earl Edge of
charged in Magistrate's Court NW 68th It. O. Box 1653
with murder. Mrs. Gertrude McCoy, a win Miami 1
ter visitor in Miami from Pitts- FloridaM7
Miss Dyntie! Thompson. 67. bush Pa., has presented to the HERINGROUP
died at her home In Alice Streeton Sunshine State Duplicate Bridge
April 11 Funeral services
were held the next afternoon by

the Rev Canon Addingtoa Johnson REV. 3 PULL LEVER .13.A:
MOTHER FATIMAHERE
at St MatthewChurd1,
where she was a faithful worker Outstanding record since first elected in 1948 honest -

and worshipper. FOR THE FIRST TIME IN THIS AREA forceful, qualified, experienced. Georgia-born, a
Michael Anderson and Alfred Miamian for 50 years. Past president Miami Jaycees,

Strachan are alleged to have See this great divine healer of all times, Dade Bar Association. Director YMCA, Boys Clubs,
broken into the Mitchell Depart she can heal you by prayer. See her today, Boy Scouts. Member: American Legion, Kiwanis,
ment Store and the Maura Lum Elks, FVWt Dade, Florida and American Bar Associations .
ber Co. and to have stolen goods tomorroy may be too late. There Is no pity
valued at $2,800 and a rah reg- t for those knowing there's help on earth V. P. Dade Bar Association.
later worth $1,900 and other but don't seek it. Are you sick, unhappy, (This political adv. paid for by his friends)

articles.charged in On the April Magistrate's 8 they Court were disgusted with life? Everything you do e e

with larceny and shop breaking. seems wrong, then see this gifted lady.

Franklin Clark, 29. .was found With each reading she gives away a
lucky charm. She has just returned from triumph ELECT

trip in India. She guarantees to remove mil bad luck,
*
and evil influence. For more information call MU

"I speak the same 8.9148, 9751 NW 27th Ave.

language in all parts 1c *

of Florida. I won't

weigh what door

toy against whether *

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j, Holmes PTA to I 4 PLEAD GUILTYIN 1521 NW 70th sty pleaded THE MIAMI TIMES-- MIAMI, FLORIDA J I

ROBBERY guilty Thursday to charges of :
Present ETVProgram stealing checks amounting to ..
I Herbert Lewis. 21, of 72S NW
from th
$1,700
: Everglade Paper
10th ave; Arts Ray Green 2J,
t of 1126 NW 58th Tern Carol Co, 7100 NW 31th ave last
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RUPTURE
The educational television Ellis Duprre. 2J, of 7001 NW March. Sentencing! was deferredby PILES PROSTATE
classes at Holmes Elementary 15th ave. and Nunce Baker 22, Judge Gene Williams. Rectal Disease 9 Varicose Vein

scbcol will present a program designed Effective palnltss' nnsureka| office treatments at Uw cMt-
to show "How The Educational n* 'toss time or Income. Aveld. surgery and hoepltallsatlon. Why

volves Around Television the Entire Program School Re 1 and 2 Bedroom wear trued Why suffer delay' and pet wereef

and Community" It will depict CONSULTATION FREE
methods used 1. to gain the cooperation Modern Special medication, treatments diets for 4
and participation of ApartmentsVery arthritis, neuritis. ul*
pupils, parent and teachers; 2. are, blood pressure sinus, anemia, I... vigor' chronic ..I......
To involve pupils, parents and Cool FREE Hot and Cold Water .f men and women
teachers' !n the evaluation of the
DR. ,
REDUCING
LONG'S
ETV program, and 3. To correlate Playground Facilities Laundry on Premises CLINIC
the ETV program with all 21 8.W. 13th Ave, PR 1-1741 o A General Health Service
activities. The team at Holssos 24.HOUR MAINTENANCE SERVICEThe
will be shown at work helping
pupils do better the things that most in living for the least money
they need end want to do.

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY I MR. PINE OX 1-5432 PROFESSOR HOMES

II I I Apply 7101 N.W. 14th
Place No. 4
The Baha'i Assembly at its StudioTrue
annual election held Wednesday, Psychic
AJrril 20. elected the following
cfficers for the coming Baha'i
year Mrs. Emily Bethel, chair
man. Mb. Olive Alexander vice 2 THREE BEDROOM CBS advice save many dollar and
chairman Miss Ida Solomon secretary
and George Savltt, trey 2 Baths Florida Room Formica Kitchen untold worries. Why go through life

surer." Built-in Appliances Hardwood Floors Tile Roof unhappy Briny this ad I'll show
Miss Alexander, executive' di-
icctor of JESCA.; and member of you the way to success. A natural
the City of Miami Bl-Racial $1,000 DOWN 6% interest
Committee is now in Wiknette. born true medium.
111., where she is attending the
annual National Baha'i Convention Open Sunday from 15 at
at the Baha'i Houe of Wor Take bus 14 to door, look for hand sign
ship. She U one of six delegates
representing the Baha'is of Florida 7750 N.W. 14th PlaceMO 2118 N.W. 62nd St. Ph. OX 1-3012
at the convention. .
5-6370
EBENEZER METHODIST'

Rev Aaron I> 'I. aarev BUILT BY CORDON

The Calendar Rally Just dosed
was quite a success. The total The Committee To Elect
amount reported' was $4,309.01
The group was under the leadership

der. captain cf Mrs, and Willie the Mae following Pin- OW YOU MAY lilt? HEME DEAFNESS

co-captains: Mrs. Eloise J. Rolle OVERCOME Doyle E. Carlton Ir.
Mrs. Margaret Clark Mrs. Lo- / c./,.. ,
rene Glkth ease and Mrs. Dorothy ,\\ II' .,
B, Floyd. The captains of ....IACLI.IAI
each month made a splendid financial '% ) / we.a......M tw. twS
contribution. It is Indeed --- w Meth..L Isar sups1.e GovernorDear
congratulations to Ebenexer for == do al../.e+serd tNrv a..a)
this very fine showing. ... .........._.....
Sick and shut-toe Sisters Carrie stu :4M......
Wright Jackson Hospital; r a ............ .. .... ....we Friend of good Government i
.
Eugenia Darnel 223 NW IIUa .. MPew r .III!!rw
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terr.; Poincina Rozier. 1512 NW / e' I,.,... ....Iwo .. prul
.....ewde arail ......,
5th tern Helen C. Branch I am sure that we are all agreed that Governor
Jackson Hospital; Kathleen T. ,M$5 LeRoy Collins has been an excellent head of our state
1100 NW 4th 3 1..'
Clone cU apt
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during the period which he has served. No one could
Olive Mayo 1(60 NW 3rd are.; 11. 1--------------
Bra Joseph lUmlin Jackson OAKWS MilAcu.u.a ask for a more Christian outlook than what he ha
.
..
Hospital._ shown. This demonstrated statesmanship did not come

TEMPLE BAPTIST Free hearing test In t. privacy from bigotry; neither did it grow out of prejudice.It .
tf y.wr M"" Mall CSS.Nfr 531 N.W. 57th Ct. came as the result of an unblemished Integrity Intellectual
First Sunday services will be "keen of fair and
as usual Candidates will be bapue4 c.mpi.te "f..u. Miami, Fla. honesty; a sense play:
.t the II am worvblp and ability to lead the people of this state, above the
the 1 ord'* Supper will bn administer I IiItIA level of political expediency.This .
*d at both ntorntag and
evening worships The chorus (
will singoinUy.. Is a giant step forward. The people of
The Interdenominational Choir Florida therefore, must not allow their governmentto

Union Rev will! meet Allan at Fergusonpresident Temple t :'} become decadent in the face of the great potent!

Monday evening 8 o'clock. An tial of this state. We must then, seek out among the
inspiring program is anticipatedThe candidate declared for the high office of Governor,
public is invited. the individual who most nearly fits the pattern cut
Parents in sending are requested their children:to cooperate 1x 1 y out by the incumbent Governor LeRoy Collins. Senator .

on time to rehearse for the Doyle E. Carlton, Jr., i i. that person.
Mother's Day program.
The First Fruits.a play:
sponsored by the Missionary S >. Senator Carlton, though a North Floridian himself
cieiy will be ..t"ftiIt'fttNfonday.. has an amazing record in opposing "pork-chopism":
cent May,' 9 The at public 8 pjn ts Donation invited.' 50 Madam MARY in this state. He was a leader in the "Minimum

Foundation" School benefits lie has supported the

Governor in his efforts to "keep our schools opened,
and in "keeping them among the best in the south.
TUNE IN. ReaderAdviserWILL He stood steadfastly against the "Last resort* bill.

ELUOTT ptElf Psychic His voting record in the Senate is open for the inspection .
of all who want to see.

t TELL YOUR PAST AND PRESENT TO
Now, there is a candidate in South Florida, who
CONVINCE YOU SHE CAN TELL THE FUTURE would mislead well.meaning citizens with his Joubl

talk on liberality. It is fine for him to take. such a
WILL HELP AND ADVISE YOU ON SUCH point of view when hit laaa nothing to lose. As a mat
ter of fact, he has everything to gain. It is obvious
MATTERS AS LOVE MARRIAG. BUSINESS AND that he is trying to split the liberal vote, much to the

HEALTH AND MANY OTHER PROBLEMS advantage of the leading reactionary candidate.We .
I
I
I WILL GIVE YOUR LUCKY DAYS & NUMBERS appeal to your good judgement not to let this
happen and therefore lose the opportunity for the
I continuance of good government which Senator

Carlton, the only one in this campaign, can give.
,
e 2630 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-9700

Sincerely,
Directly Aer)M item 6.,,,.,,', Market
Otis D. James, Campaign Manager

II I You've heard Madam Mary on Radio Station WFEC ; Governor The Committee to elect Carlton

1 NOW LISTEN TO MADAM MARY'S Pdi4 Political Ad* '

1 FUTURE SCOPE ON STATION WMBM

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Research Men ny; 'Greater Miami's population today, This golden day for land
is one million.This area will grow to 4 million people.** opportunities it just
2-Goinf NORTH from Miami to Palm Beach is built-up and looks like Your LastChance ahead!The big boom is in
one continuous city. Collier County just on
3-Goinf SOUTH from Miami, big building program now going on, For the Dade County line -
is selling at thousands of dollars per acre.
and available good land when development comesto
4-Miami can't grow east in the ocean. Collier County, it will
5--Mi.mi must grow' weaL6HAMPTON..cOWER Land At be primarily home devel
ACRES, on line of Dade and Collier Counties opment. The factors that
average 12 feet elevation, and are in direct line of future ex made early investors in
pansion. These Low Dade and Broward Counties *
.eIlHICH. (Average cost ,
and
7-It U good sense to BUY land CHEAP rich are now operating
of our 1 Acre is$158.00) to create wealth for
8. United States Dept. of Agriculture reports this area has FINE Low Prices. today's investors in beautiful
SANDY MARL underlying limestone to 5 feet
9. Government reports this gyres contains much timber suitable for Collier County.
pulp wood.DEVELOPERS!.

HAMPTON-COLLIER ACRES
COLLIERHAMPTON 195 Northwest 14th Street
OF HAMPTON Miami 36,Florida
reservation deposit. Please
is
Enclosed my
PARK ACRESWASHINCTON rush complete details, including maps, brochure
PARK contracts, plats, etc

HAMPTON ACRES 195 N.W. 14th St. Name ...........-..........-.............-... 21/ ACRES

TRUMAN CITY Miami, Fla. FRanklin 3-1725 Address .................................... $395 I

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The People'sCandidate 3 Bedrooms 2 Bath Immediate poueMion. See 7450 NW
City Water Sidewalk. 14th Ave. Carport, .hower door,
Utility Room Landscaped Venetian blindt. No doting costs, no
Built-in Oven and Range Neaten qualifying
One corner with carport
ONLY $795 DOWN I
Pull// lever 24-CPd. See Sunday 1523 N.E. 152nd St. ONLY $695 DOWN
? Lovely 2-bedroom home. Clean. One
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DOWN I cost. Move right in. See 3146 NW
FOR AN EVEN BE7TER FLORIDAMcCARTY }Real nice and clean home. GOth St.
3 Close> roo to Liberty City. Large deep lot. i I I '"I ......1111............ ...... ...., 'TO.I .

I Governor Quiet area. You will like thi. one. I II I ONLY $495 DOWNCute
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$595 DOWN i couple or widow. Partly furnished.
$6,995 total price at 6%. One mortgage
2bedroom. Furni hed. Only one i at $65 month. See 7531 NW
monthly payment. No closing co U. i 15th Ave.
See 2321 NW 59th St. j I I
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TV SICK ? bedroom.. Large CBS, high ceiling. I; St.ONLY $995 DOWN
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