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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 24, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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I Africian Students Charge CONGRESSMAN DIGGSVISI MIA O tp Rt 4 I




Russians with Racism J r t n
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An AP dispatch from Frank- Moscow that they are merely being
furl, Germany, thU week, reports wed as rents of Sovietpower I t tti
that three African students politics. One hundred and
hare sent open letters to the fifty students left last year
feeders f all African Government Scores have left and are leavingthis
charging Moscow University year, diszuected/'
with constant (racial) discrimination -
said that
They they were representing
and threats' while the majority of the 75t i
they" were there. 90 African students still at (
They Mid their Intention i< to the university, and that they had L r
"expose Soviet! CoitnlaHsnV before -
distributed copies of a letter F
Premier Khrushchev ad- they had sent to UN General /
the United Nations They Secretary Dag HamtnacskJokL 1 t !'
told a D"'OI1f' in Onkonwo said be felt that the
Frankfurt on Wednesday that outmoded policies f the Western lr
scores cf other African students power were, keeping the doors .: b t ,
are leaving Moscow "disgusted"
open for Communtom' flow
at Communist pressure. IMo Africa.

The students identified themselves lie said. "The West ha, not
as Theophilus Okeakwo yet found a may. to convince the
28 of Nigeria who said he was African people that they bet ng a
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the secretary' rf the executive to the community of free people." t

committee of the African Student -- .... ""'Ii.. t'...
Union in the USSR; AndrewR. The three young men are seeking
Amar. of Uganda, and Michel support: from the West German On Thursday, Sept IS in the C ngrersman:: Charles] Ding, ofDetroit Wc-v-r tea-:zn-r of the United
Aytt :I, of Togo. They were government to continue, law chambers of Atty Henry was tendered an infor E3ccrca Workers l'n.on. AFX-
medical students for the past their studies there. Arlington 1034 NW 3rd a ire.. ma) reception along with George CIO
three years.Okonkrab. I I Atty Arriacton. wh was the
said; "We left-and -- -- prime force behind thy meeting
aided" by Louis IHrtlock. local
others are leaving because of
constant discrimination, threats manager of Hie Atlanta Life Inffurancr -
restrictions' on our freedom aad Lovers Lane Bandits Co and chairman of the
even brutalities Caught Dade Voter K.*t trti n Committee
"Students firm all over Africa : bought together' many of
and the Near East are finding in Miami's Ut-i 4ing citemt t. '
I Three men st pptxi by Metro Set OIOOS page 4

r police/ for a traffic violation: ad. I

the mittcd much-wanted Sunday that South they Dade were Former Teacher '
Nikita Visits Fidel and

I lover They, lane mere bandits identified, af Erwin Laid to Rest

Michael Jr. 25, of 21800 SW .---- -....... _
213th SU, John T Durham, JOt .. -
Harlem "Goes Wild0Mi&s f 22800 SW 117th ave. and
Sam Wallace Jr. 3S, of SW ,
110th ave and South Dixie line
New York The visit of Fidel all near Homestead.Sheriff .
; Castro aDd Nikita Khrushchev Thtvnas J Kelly said va
I FRESHMAN QUEEN naf mode a deep and favorable Michael and Durham confessed

___ 11iIJl..a n on Harlem.do five holdups <>f cuupk' n loney
,,,, '.3 .... '" 'IAniaj ; you know. Castro reads in the Southwestduring Mdlf
& 3 Khrushchev came' to Harlem the past twokPlkk t
tce: Kennedy and Nixon did!" Wallace, he said, admitted I..IAC I f
involved in nly one of the
T.VJ: wa. one HarletnHe't re- >
an '') ( aatr'a" d cis4on to stay crimes.
2, a Harlem' hotel aad Nlkita's Kelly said MieaaeJ. with the
3O- ninjte tuf'Prire' vWt to him other two men at paseag. :n
:CP eat!, Tuesday.It hi, car drove .into Old Cutler
Road at SW 11 Mh ave Sunday
was echoed In the comments night without stopping Old Cutler
of N 4ro community leadc I R ad if a through street and
-3 such as sports hero Jackie two Metro officers in a patrolcar
n"L.n.-'I> and Keuhen J Patton, taw the traff violation '
err J-ni of tae popularly elected The officer. s44*>cd Mk-har) 1.
l' aP I Mayor o..nmttf'ehr and were writing a sworn a I; 0- -
t ,e (Mra.itTK > when one of then noticed a revolver it
." y, eI : :> rtdouUi the idea that on the flour ic ccvntnuaity would be swept A Mttrcvi f the car uncuver-
4 1s Sl"'r ..t'f ? Mr nia! Ctart0 k,
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b> an) l ftit polmcwl) sentiment ed another revolver and a collection -
Cark, f Maim Enmesh
a <*.e wake of the visit of oaf. jackets and hm- >Tm
t,. w':, died Fndajr. Sept
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I They believe the visits wJl Kelly'" Mid some of the artkies
16 In BJ '.o.orc, acre heed: at 4
have a powerful effect overseas. f clothing corresponded to the
I The Harlem "ru.-ds have drrm, described by victim, of the pin> Wednesday m Trinity C3AK
cve a and out of the 390-rnnrn Theresa apparently changed their costumes Mrs CI.*. w4 lived at 1941
II tc' where he chore to stay between holdups to makeidentification NW Sftth Hi. had tae, lrt at Horary
..t ; ., ftcr h'k) troubles downtown. difficult aDd MfMtfcwestorn High
School atfce wa. a graduate of
Booker Wmsna.U a llig School
Death and hail wurkd tar the Afro and tl

r w.+ Peacemaker Shot to remral f. win' ar laauraare graduation companies


1 u r Metro ft mK.de detcc'ves I I Luring World War II she served /
ARMED GUNMEN charged a 56-,...ar-old man w.th a* a captain to tee Women's
murder Saturday after he adm.:- 1 Army Corp After the war, she
PULL 3 HEISTS t. ted he shot and kUd another ,tten4.4 waist V1rg4aia Stale
man *ho made the mistake of TolUr where she rrcetvd her
: 1 I Am td bandits toted a'*ay I trying to settle an argument' oacstelor of Mieace degree and
L rn re than (3.000( in three s f'are'e I I Scott Brvta. 46. of 2KB NW at Ak c-.:.dups within seven hours tUniversity.
43rd test w* charged with J.gree tram n ride A and M
n Greater Miami Monday, police kJUteg J shun TWkw. 4fl, of .. .
----v reported I I 2270 NW 50* at., ia front tf the
The! bandits strode Appotto Bar at 4WS NW 2tad Sun IV AC arc her hu4and Li
freshman Bethune-
Barbara Squire, beauty at Park Lane Cafeteria. 21U I I Col! Claude. C CLark retired a
Cookman College, selected to be the queen of the Freshman Coral Way at 6 am Armed witha I I Ave.Police said haven was attempting ca.,.,,_,* Huia Ella Clark three
Class and to serve aa the Freshman Attendant to 'I sawed-off I Ot6UD. three to celled some rangy from brothers, Leroy Clayton of Sparta
Hiss BCC. aweat masked' Ngro bbers Joaany Haramood, 39, of K7O Gay Rev. Thomas A. Clayton
herded employees into the walk- NW SOut *C, wen' Tucker iater- of Ooiwe is, G*,; aDd Seth
Miss Squire, a graduate of Booker T. Wasninjtton in deep freeze and looted the ceded in aa attempt to settle the Great of Mawafc. three sisters.
High School, Miami is planning to major in elementary safe 01 12.81Brad" argumentErwm Mrs Ektaer Bryant and Mr,
education. Loan Co., 1512 SW they said putted a $s. Gladys Soiwaon of Miami, aad
8tb St., at n-on. Three latin tat. fu d twice, aad Tucker feU I II Mrs Lois Ltt t4y ol Br<:.klyn and
Miss BCC and her court will reign at the following appearing" mn sectored $410 aa uaeit William Andreas of I
from cash drawers at pistol point 1dead.I i iRverUst I --- - MUmLMrs.
games: Sept. 21, South Carolina State; Oct. 1, Albany I
Hosiery Co.. 3691 NW masked bound and gagged the Clark wa, a member fit
State, Oct. 22, Florida A and M (h"icoming) ; Nov. 6, I Seth st. 13* pm Armed with i I maA gel aW feed totU :n us. Tatty: CME Church and of Del
Morris College. i I 1 pistols.. a trj .4 Negroes dc4ew&iaed amount of cash. U &jma Theta SororttT.w .




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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA SINATRA TO BE NOTICE


PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 Y SAMMY'S AH officers and orators trf
the Junlcr:: and Senior Ushtr

... I>AI. W'O W. IF'1 __ Union Association art urged to

BEST MAN be present at our monthly pro.
Road8y gram Sunday, Sept. 25. a p.m

1ongFreedoms Hollywood Blonde May sharp, the program will be anon.s .
4 ; Britt said Tuesday Frank Sinatra :m1 between St. Mary's W es-

-- RUTH PERRY I'w.l1 be bet man to bridegroom leyan Methodist Church Senior
.t Davis Jr., when she Usher Board and Friendship
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marries the entertainer Oct. 16. Baptist Church Junior Usher
"Freedom In the parks; we are gaining distance.A I Board. The program wiU be
treed'en in the schools; freedom I The Swedish actress announced sponsored at St. Mary's on NW
on the beaches; freedom LITTLE PHILOSOPHIZING that. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. 5th court between 15th and 17th
at the counters!" When this Ernst Wilkins, will fly t > Hollywood streets. Thanking you In advancefor
Paraphrasing the Rev. Gnham" -
freedom song was raised at Mt. r from Stockholm to at- your operation.:
remarks given at the recent -
Zion Baptist Church during the attend the nuptials.i .
no'
recent mass meeting for the defense mast meeting we are In a i Dea. David Hudson, Pies
of Father The'dore Gibson doubt as to where he stands regarding ;i will be a small wedding Rev. E. A. Cukner, pastor

and the Rev Edward Graham I freedom. He said in effect r'I party of friends and family", Mrs. T. E. Ellison reporter
that it is better t> die a
am sure that everyone there felt she said in a strong Swedish accent -
thousand deaths than to spend .
_
that that determination .. p L !!! !!II!' ...
Courage -
the rest of one'f life crawling on ;
and fortitude of the two
one's belly In the mud. And It i 4. will
brave leaders was socneh/iw exemplified Only a few of the guests MIAMI TIMES ADS
has always seemed the added bellywood cersonaMtios. but
the 'I
by
song.
touch of Ir ny: and the extra Dean Martin and Peter Law-
THIS IS COURAGE burden or numniauon tnat Negroes MR. CHARLES WILLIAMSThe ford will be there. The ceremony DON'T COST THEY PAY
must pay twice for their will take place at Sam-
I have been working with the freedom. And Mhile they are Usher Board No. 3 of my's home in the Hollywood CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY
NAACP for a good many years paying for it they are being Greater Bethel AME.Church riS hills We will make our home
and yet I have not become used faced to buy somethdnf already present Prof Charles L. School I there after we are married" !
to hearing abut Instances of guaranteed them In our Con- of B. T. Washington High
prejudice and racial Injustice. Not stitution. And yet with all this as it. guest' speaker on Sunday, -
>nt" can become Inured to such extra load of expense and the Sept. 25. The occasion will be
things; and each time I read or continuing restrictions of segre- the Board's Tenth Annual Tea.
hear about violent manifestations ,, tfatl n, Negroes are fighting for It will be held in the beautiful IF YOU NEED A LOAN Phone
-f man's inhumanity to man In freedom the legal way. This has basement of the church 4 to 9 ,

the name of segregation or eus- always amazed me that Negroes pm. Consolidate Your Bills into one Low Payment

t m or blind bigotry It U as continue to take the legal .
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tho 1 were hearing about these and democratic way to get their FAST,

things for the first time. A freedom while the groups cc- Loans arranged at your home
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human being just doesn't posing them have tried every
get used to injustice or prejudice.It 'I undemocratic method in the b ok No inspection fee

is a terrible trampling upon from intimidation t) violence A Call or write to JOHN BERGER
the rights of men and women There it a lesson in patience and

face.each time bigotry shows Its evil learn.fortitude here for all of us t: CENTRAL MORTGAGE CO.


Ever since the visit, of hurricane 337 Lincoln Road Miami Beach Ph. JE 1.7769CEASOR'S
So. to the other hand. I
% on
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nna. have been think-
just cant get used to. or take for in
; about something that really:
granted, the bravery and courage -
appalled me. When I ..
wuwatC"hlnc 3
shown by people in the face
TV and
listennig to
of danger When I see this co:>ur- ,; hurricane
bulletins I heard the UNIVERSITY OF
age personified as It were, mj
I
names of shelters read by the .
the two men Father Gibson
announcer :And sure' enough 1 BEAUTY CULTURE
and the Rev Graham, it not only .
even here in the midst of
one fnature'
makes me proud that I have the -
f*>Prtunlt, I' work with them most destructive force MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH*
(which was surely
toward the goal of freedom but no respecterof ,
their day 4>y day acts and deeds persons either" by race, rellIon ,- Fascinating Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
r creed
) segregation w a a
toward this end oft
are a source still
nstant inspiration to me, as tam were rampant lifted' Hurricane shelters Hair-Weev Training Center in The South
as white and Ne ro.
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sure they are to many Ml-
And I wondered' ,
then as I wonder .11
amlans. now. What would hasten it Write today for further Information

Our man meeting a great a Negro needed" to
was get into a
success I think and part of the white shelter! I 5801 NW. 22nd Avenue Ma ml, Florida

money for the defense of these I am reminded' too, of Negroes" ...1Irt \
two brave men was raised. At In
our Armed" Forces.
When
are DANIEL R. FRANCIS
later meetings, more money will we living in I
medieval -
be raised I certain, because tWness here
am
in the south, Daniel R. Francis, DCT coor-
the Miami crtnmunity should be, and begin living in the Twen. dinator at North Dade High will' SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE
and is proud of the manner in tieth Century? Because this fact be t the master of ceremonies: .

which these two leaders have is beyond doubt. When a man Mrs., Florence Washington, the,
shown their faith In freedom and dies for bis country in a war, president extend a cordial wel- EBONY
democracy We can do no less and there never seems' to be a question come to all.
In the giving of and
our money of
hU right to do so, --
no ---
active participation In the matter his skin c-lor The whole. Motel & RestaurantAir
NAACP program perhaps m-e can trouble when a man fWants to JOIN NOW
show a little of our appreciation! live for aij country- a cttiwn

and faith In them. Think about It. I Miami Branch condition Television Telephone In every room

SCHOOL NOTES
NAACPMEMBERSHIP Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dine Highway
It is very gratifying and won.. Drive

derful to know that integrationeven Carefully DRIVE Riviera Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
( though slight) has again
been accomplished without Incident I mL )''w1oIIl; : WWLC, { W4aJ1 wJ I

in several, mon schools herein
Miami. And without the necessity -


that admitted seven'of a to school Negroes white suit have classes the Den been at LOOKING FOR AN I i Overton's Pressed Face Power .


Dade County Junior Oc liege is i Overton Co.
just like letting a Christmas Hygienic Manufacturing

present in September. The only APARTMENT Chicago 9, Illinois
other Florida college to be Integrated ? i

is the University of Fla.

where Negr.es have enrolled as la a new and smoother compact
graduate students. The
travelling powder that will
gtvoyour
is slow along freedom's road but S
i complexion a sort natural
--- look It'. the powder youvoboon '

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ia again helping to solve your housing i on longer than moot loooo

powder and tho noaplll
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA 1

5 Whites Arrested for I
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 PAGE 3 J



Threatening Youths BESERK TRUCKER Wounded were Mrs. Annie Morgan -
f 37; Mrs. Zeddse Cunnning-
SHOOTS 5 barn 69. and Willie Benjamin, 40.

Tampa Five white men The shooting started at the E.
armed with baseball bats and Cleveland- Two women were
77th of the
st apartment Benjamin
canes' were arrested Saturdayalter killed and three other (Arsons I
with Griffin
firing through
they- chased three Negro ;: mere wounded' by a 42-year-,-Id I a door From there he drove to
youths from in front of a down- East Side man police said went Mr. Williams' home about four
tC1Kn'ari store. bcserk with, a shotgun ,
blocks away and killed) her -
police
No blows were exchanged Robert H. Griffin. 52, Negro said.
The chase bofan moments after ', rubbish truck driver, was captured -
the youth,* came: out of one of 18 I early Saturday hiding !in o
stores which opened their lunch shrubbery at Woodland Hills Attention Parents! !

counters to Negroes- this week.They j j .. Park after a search by. more thin
told officers they went 200 policemen. Ills 1 aded shotgun Register your. child at Peter
into the store and fxirehased was, found in bu.-bcs nearby son's Nursery Scho U 2337 NWS0h
some doughnuts. They didn't < Decretive Harry Davidson Mid St.. phone NE 54361. Hot
seek service at the lunch coun- Griffin: told him he was sorry mesh and transportation provide
ter. | about the- shootlnu, but Mthose ed
Powell said the white m "apparently. took offense at the Killed were, Mary Williams, 33 experience' Helen Martin
boys who"ere laughing and Jok* and Mrs WU.ie- Ucnjanun, 43, Peterson, supervisor S24:
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ing among themselves.
The- five were.-. identified by I I
police as Jame- R. Ciddons. 27, .
Dover. and James W Cumbic 36, I FOOTBALL !
lluey Lumbley. 29, Riley R
Taylor 33. and James L. Stamps, t
52. all of Plant City.Larire .
NORTH DADE HIGH THUNDERBIRDS
officers
number of patrolled : -
the business district during vs.
the day, after a croup of
white- persons began picketing LAKE SHORE HIGH OF BELLE GLADE
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one of the store
Men carried *4.ns saying, Atty Henry Arrinjrton, left former assistant! state Saturday September 24 2:15 p.m.
"Pleaje do not confers Ilet Luther Mi ,
patronize any attorney with Martin I King at
store integrating lunch counters,"| ami's Sir John Hotel Atty Arrln ton .nerves AI' Commissioner I II On North D.dea Athletic Field in Opa Lock
and "I close- account' Whit
did you do cny Don't spend your on the City of Miami Housing Authority and will Student 50 cents Adults $1.00

money- for integration" I represent the city at the National Association of Housing! Dance 7:30 10130
Integration at the stores, most and Re-development Official Conclave in Detroit from

of them affiuated with naUonai 1 October 2nd thru Oct. 5. All Homeroom. 8wethart to bo Presented at Half Tim
concern, started Wednesday



I Our Past This Week !i Driver License iI 4

Deadline Sept. 30 \ ,._----- _
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Fpt. 24, 1788 F.rAfr :a i i -I Ii '
Baptist Church founded m The MClt, Driving Schcc r
Savannah. Ga. by Rev A.Marah.lL 'i TAMPA JUDGE urges all drivers of motor vehicle s
white and Rf'YJft9f' i to Min their 1961 dr.xcra
11ft.... immediately.' '
Peters ASKS BOYCOTTOF

IBM Drivers neense* expire Friday., : \
Sept. 26. Slavery afeo'Wbed -
(In Cuba INTEGRATED S.t*. 30 after wfelen date it isnarrwary ; ,
to take another drver's
Rnrt- 27, 1W6 The fate James examination or ..., a $1.00penalty '
Wekian Johfwen b: <'am STORESTampa Abe. ft i* unlawful' ) to 'It
regular lecturer at New York drove a motor v.4uch> without a ti ki
university -Criminal court Ju4 e current dnter's Ueenc. I
I L. A. Gray ton tan ur0ixl a white i t
&pt.:8: IMS hooker T. boycott of Tampa Here, wMefcha Rt'auae 11t'Up4t'! hate b*...n ve:y I ascHM ,
Washing n serve, as }.u4fcat I >e integrated their lunch slow to reeRjond to public notion #
Atlanta ExpuaiUon where- this year, long line of app: '
counter But He wild tt wouW be Ik
he delivered addrat that imvfufvr for ham to toad or manage cants are anticipated during the ; ; I II
rocketed hun into national i suet a bo>'cottGrayaun la't fw day of thy month I
prominence.S .
mood he rvce4v d 24 to The ,Magic City Tag Agency, .,,,
I Benn,* O'Jk-iry tncr, is Located .- N
17&4 First
29. African SO pa)>ne e.li* and several If'h
ledge of Flee' Masons \>>- t4ft from ( "Ie4> ave and 02nd Ten I II
listed in UK United Stot* at .upport
B.atoo with i'nnee Hall a*
leader. Some 78 nwmbors of the N'a- I I
t.UlMI Aasociation for the A,i-
Sept. 30 1893 Booker T.W.shtagtoa vat>fi.ntit of CatfA Peupie .n WEAM OfNTUIEI*
rattier MJs i croup of l.w. anti three, started' '
Maggie Jam.* Murray a vatin at iun.h euunter .n 18 I Don't Get Sore
graduate of Flak University, Tampa brncn of nat,,n-widc
his third ,,ife concerns TtmMay I LYONS

AlLOAY
Debbie's Playground The move wa prvarranjedand
rulte4 front months of secret DENTURICUSHIONS
Nursery School and n**iing tM* een NrcroufM.
the! tttjr'c biractal cumm.tt -
Kindergarten ", sty offfataU and mer-I ...rr..,..-...
Back to School Registration ednsmnia.r =.....- ru,,
begins. August 22. r! ..
The" X.. was' < Give your ch..d. the beat in education grow J apiansMl. > I .. .. ?
under gujdaace H t meals I durMK steak periods ..1HARLEM-
and no incident once n orted ,
and Insured' -
transportation jaeluded. -
Fine WhiskeyFLEISCHMANN'S, ,
In
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4800 NW 24th court Carl... Gmjpaea told the manaer -
Phone NE 5-8062. NE 48315.
of be cancel-
I one store wa DRUG CO.
You may also: contact Perry's : .ng hu" chat aeeount and Mid :
Florist tar information at FR HOuM withdraw tu 1400 N.W. Ird Ave, Miami
41203. j br saving I .
S24
account tromp a saving* and loancciTiaiinr
btcatMe of me int cra-
'$.. etJvttk of one of Jtt exeeutive is the BIG buy!
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order for )Ir. and Mrs. McPhee at 1710 NW 152nd Ter., HI 8-9338
Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Opa Locks by San Su Home, Inc !Ir. Jack Shan Tran I Wo appreciate your potreag' ,

saction handled by Mr. Andy Shalley of the Fair RealtyCo. I Mr. WJIHolmlna.. Starker Prop,

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Continued from pale 1 I

hear Cong. Dlfgt discuss our
national election. program and the Ccmmg I ,, 'ia ITVM

The meeting was chslred alternately t ...va -1M x/ystAt
by Sam Moncur. cochairman M,
of the Dade Voter I 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Registration Committee: and Mr. j OX 1.7959 NAV.
-- P rQock mho" introduced theguests.
Main rnct-;; 140-N.W. 11th Avtn."-"Phftn* OX 1-0411 I'
Branch si 1112 N.W. Third Avs. MUml', Florida-Phon* F"RUst Arrington Introduced MayorRobert FRIDAY. SATURDAYARYGRANTlTONY
SUBSCRIPTION RATES King High ol Miami and
after a warm frecting and Wtt
ONE YEAR ".&0 SIX MONTHS 12.75 THREE MONTHS S1.71 his best wishes the meeting proceeded -
: with an air of dlfnlty and CURTIS
H. I. SIOISMUND REEVES Edt9r( moved into" the area of its objective I I!
Garth C. ftttvt. Managing Editor and ButlntM Manager the coming presidential
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THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKWORLD Cong Diggs was tendered.
many tribute especially from
LEADERS AT THE UN his fellow Congressman Dante
This week the eyes of the world are turned to war i Faicell who represents the 8th
the United Stat where the United Nations are holding District 0 ngressman F.mU: ,
will be for re-election Nov 8
their 15th annual assembly An outstanding event on At this up point Congressman OPERATION PETTICOAT
Tuesday was the admission to this body of fourteennew Digit *at introduced by Mr
nations, thirteen of them African, the other was Portlock t the gathering. It was .

Cyprus. These! African nations will for the first time be apparent he finished from, why that moment Mr. Diggs until is fHIIIIII M DiW. DIM mm.COtE EYES m c SMCOt
able to have a say and a vote in shaping not only the one of the outstanding men in
destiny! of their own country, but of the whole world. the Congress and why his con- a>,ARTHUR O'CONNEIL
This is really a historic event stituency c ntinues to send himback
Leaders from the Communist nations! are here with as their representative
Expounding with a sureness
their delegates. Premier Khrushchev! of Russia; Fidel that indicated that he has fulkno
Castro of Cuba; Josip! Tito of Yugoslovia! Nosek of *ledge of our national poll-
Czechoslovakia and others. Leal Icture he transmitted anew
Premier Khrushchev! did not receive the warm welcome -I j thought a new hope f r the 'PLUSMamma.Fi
I people' of this great country fir I I'the ,
I
he pot upon his former it as relations betweenthe sixties
countries are somewhat strained since the spy plane I i
The meeting was adjourned on
incident earlier thi
year. the w rds of Mr. Weaver t* h o
Fidel Castro certainly did not expect a government then conducted an informal .<
,,welcome but he found some of his clan in fact he I question and answer period 4 PnductnB A Unvcnil btemSooil> Pfctaft
brought 80 with him. After a day at his downtown hotel, I Other* present were: .
Rev. Edward T. Graham RevS
Castro became dissatisfied and moved to the Theresa Hotel I A. Cousin Mrs. Uoma Green.
in Harlem. There he created some excitement as Judge L. C. Thomas, Elmer SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
crowds surrounded him. Khrushchev had a bit of excite- Ward. W O Perry Char'.oHadley -..
ment too when he paid a visit to Castro. lie also had a Dr. Ira P. Davis. Dr
John O Br wn Otis James. A -
press conference. I I bert D Moore. PhJ Hecklmz < 1 1 t
On Thursday President Eisenhower addressed the Care MatihcrAs and John Buck:
United Nations. The president congratulated the new ley ,

members and in a very able manner outlined his peace I
program and pledged support of the United States. AIR CONDITIONED
Friday the Russian Premier will speak to the assembly ,
I and on Monday they will hear Fidel Castro. CAPITOLTHEATRE


URBAN RENEWAL FOR MIAMI SAT. MIDNITC neD a FREE!
For we have been hearing about slum t
many years w asstaaalu -
SUN, MON. TOES, WED.
clearance especially in Miami's Northwest section oc- p H
SEP T. 25 2527.2$ La11 a aaC1I rota taD grad
cupied mostly by colored people. At one time, the famous IDDwt MAW ss!tall!I Mno sets MOVKIcaaleuncrswl
"Good Bread Alley" was featured as being among the Audi Murphy ILM cunt RoaKta[ Ttas
fllummiest in the city. HELL LEATHER BENT FOR

During the past decade there has been quite a bit of "Bell Boy
improvement, numerous apartments have been built replacing with JtrryBUNCHE Levels PLUS -
the shacks we had. However many of these have
been built below government specifications and have
perhaps created rather than removed slums.

At the present! time our authorities are thinking in ._
the direction of the Federal Renewal Urban Housing
Plan. Metro Commissioners meeting on Tuesday of this ,- 11 +CtuM8 pICTJstsr w
week patted legislation designating a slum area and authorizing SUN. THRU WED.

application for Federal Planning aid. Steve "Htrculc Rt,vc.
The area under consideration is bounded by 5th *t.
and 29th St., Nand 7th Ave. and the East Coast Rail "LAST DAYS OFPOMPEII" ..

way. In this area there are 10.200 families 1,000 of them '
ran It I1C'11a ar.ldd79 1 [.rm
are white. There are 1,161 business places. In wide cr.,n color I a.

Under the plan Metro will be able to purchase private Plea"Phenix
property and resell to private developers.
Metro will also be City StOry'
responsible for relocating displaced -
families. STARTS WEDNESDAY

The commissioners will appoint a seven-man slum-
clearance committee to handle this project. On this com AT THE MOST NOTORIOUS KlLLCRS-FOR-Htae
mittee should be one orlwo qualified Negroes represent IN HtSTORYl
ing the 10.100 colored people who will be displaced. RITZTHEATRE
Many of those to be displaced are home owners.
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Y NORTH DADE I letup.f the until ball Wednesday game. the week

Last Saturday night's practice
DUMPS MAYS 12-4 I
game in the Orange Bowl Indi-
A In the first upet of the current cated one thing, that Eddie Johns
rt season the North Dade IUh is almost! certain to be Miami's
Scho: 1 Thunderbirds of Opa starting quarterback against
Opa Locka, defeated the highly North Carolina Sept. 30. Johns
favored Rams of Goulds by a ran and pa sed for nearly 200
12-4 margin Saturday night at yards He wined 112 yards passing -
Miami Stadium. nd 73 running. His runrir/
North Dade tallied early jn the ,I average was 8.3.CARVER .
second period; when End Abraham I
Rahming intercepted a
Mays pass on his wn 45 and !
ran 55 yard for the first touch- AND
dar*-n of the game. The :ry forpG.nt
was missed. NHS IN 0-0 TIEThe
The Thunderbirds increased
their Score later in the same
Carver Hfcfc Hornet
and
period n a paw from Quarter-
the Northwestern
High Bulls
back Edward Moncur to end
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battled to a scoreless! tie Thursday
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The above group of equestrian-minded and fun experienced daily at the ranch. I William the Evans, good for' 5 yds. night in Miami Stadium. Both
attempted conversion
sportsfolk are some of the daily member.* Left to right (in saddle) astride the Again was no gcod. team* had good scoring opportunities

ship and visitors group, who frequentMiami's proud steeds are Jessie Smith, Jack Cor- Mays finally moved into the but stubb rn defensive
Mork the of both
( newest and popular diversion bitt Vicki Copeland, Bernard Taylor, column in the third chapter when prevented on the part ball from reachpay teams-

spot, the KockiiT II Hiding Club, S."'. Debbie Copeland, Gardenia Herndon and Henry tackle Harri Samuel broke SUvy thr and ugh ward and dirt.

Holland urges all to become members of Jimmie Oscar.
tackled Kenneth: Sims in the The Bulb' deepest penetration
this sporting club and share in the sport The horses' name? We dunno. North Dade end zone for a safe "was down to the 10, while the

ty. The Rams ala scared another Hornet moved no further than
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I safety in the final stanza. the Bull 18.HaUbek .

WILDCATS OPEN TICKETS ON You have an obligation to your
James Cambridge
household employees to report HURRICANESPREPARE
HOME SEASON SALE FORLEGION their wage correctly and on time. and Quarterback Ernest .Hart
were the !leading ground gainers
Their social security retirement t
WITH S.C. STATECoach PARADE benefits and the benefits payable FOR for the Ifomeu.1 le Halfback-

to their families If they should quarterback Marion Pattersonand
Rudolph "Husky" Matthews Ticket for two highlight of dfe, will be based on the earnings NO. CAROLINAAs Halfbaefc James Kelly led
announced that on Satur the I960 American Legion National you report. the By)'"' attack.A .
day. S pt, 24 at 230 p.m. the Convention to be held at the opening game w { t h
Wildcats: t f BeoUau c-COOkman Miami Beach next month are going strong North Carolina Sopt. 30 record opening night crowd
College "IU.la. the strong fast If you hire household help, you gradual.y:: draws near, the Hurricanes rl 6000 fans witnessed the contest -
South Carolina State Bulldogs at Now on sale at the Miami may be required' to pay social of University of Miami are
Welch Memorial' Stadium Daytona Beach Auditorium by office are security tare on wages paid slowly but steadily rounding into
; Beach. grandstand and box H'la-J.15 your employee or Information trim f r .what could be a do.--:
The Bulidafs are the Florida and $3.00 retepctively for the ask your social I security' office thrilling game of offensive fw-
Classic vponents of the FloridaA atonal Convention parade, for booklet No. 21 balL
and M Rattlers in the Gator I ngest staged in the entire, 'e're not ready to play a Straighten your hair
B thews states that this game will Reserved seat and general ad- Registration Now Going on Ue're progressing Mcadllava"C With SILKY STRATE

be a test for Ms young inexpvrirncvd miMion tickets at $2.00 and $1 JOI ach Andy Gustatson said. The Ill TWO OUMX Ml $125
team South Carolina Slate r the cnior drum and bugle At Jackson's Toddle Inn UM grid boN said the tempo of enl ewtrel4 ,
defeated the Wildcats mOrangvtwrg. contests to be held in the Orange hard work would be stepped up pwtd rAT
S.C. last year. Howl are also on sale at the NE 4-4308 considerably this week and that ALL COSMETIC COUNTERS
Three c aches nave been drilling auditorium. there probably: would be no real:
the Wildcat daily since" Swpt.I _
C ach Otto Harvey, bead line The giant parade will step offat iii' mmmmm -
coach says the line will be ready 4 f>Jn., Monday Oct. 17 < nWaahisvgtoo
and in good shape with the ex- Ave., beginning at
tfxcvption of UK, end positions Dade Boulevard and terminating LINCOLN ESTATES
The la*! of I.ht mA* regular at Fifth street. Nearly 200 units
II race Dove of Fernandiaa aad including" bands drum and bugle
(Henry Raine of Saracota because eorfk floats color guards, drill
of academic probation was team and r.fquadt are lined Miami's Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
a K-vere Wo'* to the Wildcats. up for this col' rful spectacle
Coach Raymond Th rnton state '*hxh al expected to last more
that Hrrb than MX hours.Following .
ft Biackshear of Jacksonville '
will be misted but on a the military which ais 'r
wbole h* belKves l the Wildcats lead the parade, the state of _
will have more depth and will bebetter >li sis4fjM will feature the put
au around team than last Vo "I.. America' Lynda Lee
)'tar. Mead and Mary Ann M bley, on.U
fteau. fi
HIGH SCHOOL Final& of the senior drum and i !M ,y .c
t u*>: corps contest* will beginat la
FOOTBALL TO BE 7 pJfOet.. 16 in the Orange '
Howl. ?1 a i T't
Both of the events are
BROADCAST pen t the general pu4>aac.
Al: tickets may be scoured also

High fChi-.> wise want to alone frwbe eoftveUe' headquarters -.
each week will get an extra Incentive offccws in the. Delano Hotel .
m foetJMU this year as tn Miami Beach Written rt.qwsts
radio station WMBM will carry will be handled there.

the weekend"game from if the Miami wvek"Stadium.sack YOU Own The Home! No Closing Costs!

(The first of 10 games to be aired Oct. 20 North Dade SITS .
was between Carver High andNorthwtstern Nov 3 Carver BTW $4797 PER MONTH
last Friday. SO11 May BTW Only
WMBM vi preheating two Nov 19-Blanche: Ely Carver PRINCIPAL AND INT. ONLY
awards for each of the ,zanies, Nov. 24 Northwestern BTW
one to the uUtatvdintf player of 5 Different Models With or Without Pools
the uJ the 'HIt.
game w aDd one
to the winning team, The station Try $9300 SALE $OQn DOWN
will also. carry the Turkey Day ua PRICE TO
ANYONE
Classic on Thanksgiving Day. We Have It

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Donna Didn't Catch THE MIAMI* TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
of Science ;

United Fund SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 PAGE 7

Napping


Opens September 25Final Miss Donna didnt catch the .6_ News (that brochure you wet with

United Fund of Dade County and PHIL OSSOFER your monthly telephone bill) you
its agencies napping when she will find this tribute fc> ralsfor-

preparatl :ns are underway unleashed' her furies upon Great I SAYS tunte's bounties. It reads "A
monument to an Insect bras dedicated -
for the re-opening Sept. 23 er Miami.
of the Museum of Science and JESCA Announces UF came awake and stayed that I .- on December II, 1919 at
National History In its streamlined I Its Fall-Winter way from the first huff and puff. I Enterprise Alabama. The citizen -
new home across the street Staffers from United Fund I At times' I think we fet con* of the town erected the
from Vircaya. ActivitiesThe headquarters were pressed Into :! fused abut the qualities of those monument in profound appreciation
A steady fl:w of exhibits I service by the Red Cross a two sisters Lady Fortune and of the Boll Weevil and whatIt
James E Sc
some old and many new, are be- tt Community United Fund agency, early Misfortune. A horseshoe for In. has done at the herald of pros
As-ociation
lag moved into the recently completed announces the reopening Thursday morning. These stagers stance is supposed to bring good perity. As a result of the weevil
$32,000 structure financedby f its fall-winter activ.- from acting executive director luck but .hat if you are kickedby farmers began to diversify their
te which include the
the Metro commission and Afternoon Arlan Hoffman on dawn acted a horse? eraser which resulted in increasing
constructed Grou Activity Programs and I have given up the idea of their revenue."
each
cn county property. the as assistant area directors in
Nite
Fun
Mew additions to the Teenage pr grams seeking fortune's favor, for LadyF
museum of the stricken disaster areas. Sweet are
the
The afternoon activities: are use of adversity -
Include a scale model of a nuclear stun has a morbid sense of .
and bitter
scheduled from 2 6 at times the
reactor, a life-size Te- pm. to pm. These men acted II administrative humor and a harsh set of values.As abuse. of Lady Fortune
Monday throuf&i Friday txttin-
questa Indian exhibit a display: Ricers for approximately 12 my dear friend. Miss Olive
ning at both the James E. ScottHomes shelters in each of Alexander JESCA
of South Florida fish describedas emergency (over at ) says
the largest *.f its kind In the Pr sect 72OO N W22ndave eight areas, caring for an average "You nay not like the packageit's
world and an outstanding gem and the Liberty Square of 5.000 persons per area. wrapped in, or be willing to F. A. BURROWSExpert
Center. 6304 NW 14th ave The
Re-ponsibHity included the ,
and mineral:gkal collection. pay its price.
registration period for these activities
Amooi displays transferred feeding health and medical A dreadful example of Lady [
will be held at the respective I
problems of their charges.
from the museum's former
Fortune's aberrati ns was recently ,
centers from 26 thru
the Miami Woman's I Sept The Boy Scouts an 'her UF I Watch
at
quarters I Sept 30 from 3 to 6 pjn publicized in the case of j Repairing
Club are exhibits .f Florida plant I Tuesday. Oct 4 marks the date agency were on the job during Mr and Mrs Basil Thorne of ,
and animal life the Seminole Donna. Sydney, Australia. Their "JOOdtortune"
of resumption -f the TeenageFun Explorer scouts, older boys, Hours i 9 to 2.4 to 9
Indian display, a huge cutaway Nite at Liberty came in the form of winning
of a dinosaur and planetarium program acted as runners and emergency a $224.000 state I tt<<7. Asa
Square, and Wednesday, Oct. 5 All work guaranteed
workers, going out on trucks and \
result their
equipment eight-year-\
son
for James E. Scott Homes
and
buses to pick
The new building features a up evacuee was kidnapped for ransom and
rooftop observatory equipmentwith We encourage in ur enriching your participation Indoor- deliver food and medical suppltes later found dead. The ransom I 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue

several high-powered tele- and outdoor activities and extendto The Red Cross set up shelters was not paid, yet what a price
sc'pes and electronic equipment you a ..warm. weir: TI rounded up the volunteer and for their -good" fortune!
for tracking United States and Membership' foes Include 50c sent its far reaching arms to all At times misf rtune proves to
Russian satellites. The observatory for ages 6-12 and $1.00 for IS areas that needed help. be the kindlier of the t*o sisters'i'JOIN
as well a. all other museum' and up I Salvation Army workers man In the current Issue of Bell Tel THE NAACPIDRIVER'S !

equipment and displays, will be A minimum fee rf IS cents for ning m bile units drove constantly
available to the public free of non members will be charged at I i in the storm throughoutthe

charge. the Fun Nite activities.. county offering food, emergency -
Mrs. Sydney Weintraub, president medical help and evacuation
of the Museum Board of AFRICANSFLYING help where needed. LICENSE !
Trustees, has emphasized that new quarters the museum I TO Georgia armies were in the
will continue to serve as a community Naples, Ft Myers area. The BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
educational center rather I U. S. SCHOOLS Dade unit rushed as far down assouth
than merely a repository for traditional toward the Keys as pos O'BERRY'SMAGIC
museum' exhibits. NAIROBI. Kenya Negro .ibJe
I students began flying t> America
Monday. Dade's unit preparedto
Monday in an airlift who financing CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
DRIVE LAUNCHEDTO I leave Key West after having
wa surrounded by poetical just returned from Naplea. 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
ENOLL controversy' in the United
.
1,000,000 NEGRO Sate The' first planeload* of 144 students OX 1-5283
I left from Nair bi Airport Advertise! It Pays'
VOTERS here Sum .4 the remaining 130 -

New! York A nationwide Hudenta Hill leave sometime next ------------------------------ --
boo-c.n.iNn campaign to: Meek. All will study in U Sumveraiue .
er an additi nil 1,000,000 reis-I under scholarships.
For The Finest Apartments
at Moderate Rates
Call
voters between now and election The 100,000 for the airlfit was -
day. November 8, was launched I provided by the Joseph P. Ken
here this week with the backing nedy Jr Foundati n, named after -
of a score if Negro leaders under the brother of the U. S. BONDED
the chairmanship of A. Philip CKtnocratlc pre-tdenUal; n< wnlnH' COLLECTION
(Randolph, vice president of the Sen. John F Kennedy Republican
iAFI -Ci0. I charged the senator agreedto
Announcement' of the campaign und If"nte the airlift as a pohtical -
was made at a news con gesture Kennedy aid he '.
terence here on Sept. 14 by Roy I I had agreed n the condition that :
Wilkins, NAACP executive secretary he received no publicity : AGENCY Inc.

and the Rev' Dr Martin : '
Luther King Jr., president of the ,
/Southern Christian Leadership CAL'S I d
Conference iho, together with
Mr Randolph: initiated the move BAR & GRILLE i

meat The labor leader was un- SERVING
able t,' attend the conference' because NOW The largest collection and rental
LUNCH
of union business else BREAKFAST I

Kvhere A call to Negro Americans Issued AND Popular DINNERAt Prices I e agency in the South; operating in f

by the group noted that "in
carts of our country' f rce and 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave Dade and Broward Counties'
violence bar our path to the polls
Elsewhere nothtnt; but apathy I
prevents us from registering and Negro Housing areas
wtin-f. We will never be truly
BARGAIN IN
free until we shake this apathy
L BROOKS. PresidentMANAGING '
and destroy these bars. L.
LADIESSHOES

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA two fellows were always In there pitching and It wasn't Beauticians'
hard to tell what side they were on. The right side. MIami Annual Ball Thurs.
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960
will miss them.Browns'ille This corning Thursday night
St, 29 will be the date for the
- parents are hot as Tucker over the long awaited annual Beauticians
Bali The affair will be held
In their It seems that Floral
shifting of students area. this year at the beautiful new
Park Elementary Js ovcercrowded so the School Board King 0' Hearts Club on NW 7th
r shifted the fifth and sixth grades over to Brownsville Jr. j jHigh. Ave.A.
Two white elementary schools in the area are not highlight of the Ball will bea

up to capacity, and the Negro parents want the colored hair preview stylinjs.fhtxing:which of will the feature 1M1

kids In these schools nearest their homes PTA President live model* representing most of
Farley Neasman and George Kilpatrick have let the Dade County's hairdressing and

Board know just how they feel about the situation beauty salons.Entertainment. will be

Don't miss the opening of the Museum of Science across The Upsetter" himself providedby Phil
the street from Vizcaya on Sunday New members Harris with his revue, "The
added to the Christian Hospital Board include Dana Untouchables. Tbi, entire show,
Chapman, Moe Levin, Eugene Kemp Dr. W. A. Chapman produced and directed by Phil,
will take to the road very short.
Sincerest best wishes to my Jewish! friends for a New and Marie White. ly to play most of the foremost
Year of good health peace and happiness. May you be niterles in the South. The show
inscribed for blessings in the book of lire. Dr. B. H. -- "II' consists. of Sammy and Davey, a
tensati nal singing team, who
Atkinson Jr., was bowled over this week when he got KALO ORIENTAL have had the patrons standingand
word that his dad, Dr. II. II. Sr. had taken another bride SPIRITUAL PRODUCTS Men and WomenPerfumed cheering for their renditions

Mrs. Beatrice Scott in Griffin, Ga. Miami Negro 'Incense stick, (Import. Train for CivilService of "Some Day" and Danny
police force quietly observed their 16th anniversary this ed) and powders: Anointing, Boy". Comedy spot will be filled
PosItionsCa"dle by "Banks and Snags", a truly
month. Of the original five, only Ralph White and Clyde Brldel' Bouquet: High John and great ventriloquist act. La Bom
Lee remain. The other three were Moody Hall, Edward Oils, etc. GRAMMAR SCHOOL mie, one of the best "exotic"
Kimball and John Milledire This summer must reallyhave EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT dancers in show business will be
be know the Prof M. Kazim (of India) on tap to give the show "a new
been You'd surprised to
rough one.
a
L.A.A., LL.B., D.8. Sc DO twist. Phil Harris, of course, is
SEND NAME, ADDRESS
large number of families living in apartments in which SPIRITUAL ADVISER M. C. and take a star part In his
their lights and water have been shut off for non pay. PHONE NUMBER produqtjon number of "Beauty
212-15 94th Are. and the Beast," surrounding
ment of bills. P.O. Box 4712
Queens Village 28, N.Y himself with a bevy of gcrgeousgirlt.
Price list laic (coins only) Miami 1, Florida Indf W. C. Baker and his orchestra .
Many Negroes feel that the University of Florida has + provide the music for
adopted a plan of "they shall not pass" in regards to Negroes r ::;- the show and for your dancing
admitted to the state school by federal court or- pleasure ably assisted by the

der. The court can order them in but can't make the and torrid the truncet song styling of Happy* of Miami's Rose

teachers pass them. Not too much was said when they favorite vocalist, Little Clara
flunked George Stark out of the University Law School Adult Home Economics Jay.
for table reservations call
last year because it was teamed that he was only a C
Jack PL 8-2339. Door
prizes
,
student while Esther Lang-
at Morchouse College. But gift. Advance $1.00; door $1.23
ston, the girl from Orlando who was dropped from the Ticket can be had at the fol
University Medical School this summer, is something else. EducationFOR lining places: Liberty Beauty
Miss IJing ton was an honor graduate at Fisk, and Fisk Sal n, Ceasor's University of

is a good school.! Yet she was one of four of a freshman Cosmetology, Walker's Clvlse's Beauty Beauty Fair Salon ,

claw of 50 dropped for poor grades. I guess the bigoted ADULTS Brooks' Beauty Salon, Maggie's
politicians who run the t'K are sitting! back having the Beauty Salon House cf Beauty
lat laugh.A Northwestern Senior High School and Clip and Curl Beauty Salon
Chrbtlea Beauty Salon Vogue
CountyWideDADE Beauty Pair Mary's House of
few weeks ago I mentioned that Jimmie Lucas, a Beauty Sunlight Beaut School
veteran pu wt office clerk, would be glad to help anyone COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS Orchard Villa Beauty, Rosary
Beauty Salon, M occur Theatrical
prepare for the tricky clerk or carrier exams being o Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education Beauty Salon. Karellon Beau.
fered here. Since that item Jimmie is now holding classes ty Shop, Stark Y', Salon of
in his home helping more than CO people prep for civil Second Quarter, Sept. 26 Dec. 16, 1960 Beauty La Peipa La Teih Beauty
iiervfce tests for jobs in the postal service. And the guy Shop.

dps! it for free. There's a strong move on to remove Northwestern Senior High Adult Homemaking ScheduleDAY
Florida Normal and Industrial College from its home in
Kt. Augustine to a permanent home in Miami. If all goes NO COURSE TIME Opportunity

well Miami will have a four year college by 1962 MONDAY 117-Plain Sowing .. ...................._....... .:00 a.m.1200 noon Need several full or part-
Joe Davis the who went Into the Army ( S17-Plain Sowing .............?..........? ifcJO p.m.3:30 p.m. time persona interested in
ex-cop or:1 $17-Plain Sewing ................?........... 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p"'n. selling mutual fund invest
three-year hitch, I h back in town trying to get back on
the force. TUESDAY *0-Advanco Stwlng....................... 9:00 am.1200 noon ments. Must have high
t20-Advance Sawing .............?......... 12:30 p.m.* 3:00 p.m. school education as mini
120-Advanco Sewing .._.__...... 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. mum. Write P. O. Bos 41,

Helga( Mehchof. a German charmer who works for WEDNESDAY 17-Plain Sowing ..._.......,......... 9:00 a.rn-lfcOO noon Uleta Branch, North Miami
Avis Airport Car Rental Agency, got a nice letter from 117-Plain' Sowing .................._._... 12:30 p.m.3:30 p.m. Beach or call WI 52225.REALTY .
Jet Magazine thanking her for the $28.50 she collectedfor $20-Advanco Sowing ......._..?..._?....700 p.m.-lWX p.m.

the Anderson family in Tennessee who were being THURSDAY 17-Plain Sowing .......................... .:00 a..1OO noon
pressured>> economically for daring to register to vote 117-Plain Sewing ...................._... 12130 p.m.3:30 p.m.
Cynthia !Bethel! ill the reason all those guys buy their rec- 20-Advance Sewing ....... .... .. ,:00 p.m. > 7:00 p.m,
ords at Variety Iterord Shop on 15th ave. Teenagers 120-Advanco Sowing ..... .... .. 7:00 pm.1000 p.m
from Booker T. Washington and three white high
school and the I'M have formed a Youth Committee for Schedule for Countywide Homemaking Centers

Slum Clearance. They are now deciding on a project NO. COURSE TIME CENTER
that would awaken the community to the moral problem MONDAY

of Miami's slums During hurricane Donna 13 babies 817-PUIn Sewing ........................ 7:00 p.m..10.oo p.m., R.R. Moton
were burn at Christian Hospital. A girl was named Don 17-Plain Sewing ...........10:000 a.m. 1:00 p."' Scott Home I 1785 N.W. 50h St.
na, and one mother named her little boy Hurricane. I'll 817-PUIn Sewing .......?..?........... *30 p.m.:30 p.m., J. R. E. Leo
817-Paln Sewing ........................ 7:00 p.m..10oo p.m.. BTW $595 Down $85 Month
lay 8 to 5 he change it before he leaves grade school. 117-PUIn Sewing .........._...?_... 7:00 pm.1000 p.m. Scott Homes Very nice 3 bedroom, 2
817-Paln Sewing ......_._ 7:00 p.m..10oo p.m. North Dade I bath with large screened
One of the bent dhow I've seen in a long time wa! 817-Ptaln Sewing ...... ..,....,,,,... 7:00 pm.1000 p.m. Orch'd VillaBro'ville porch. Furnished kitchen
O'Hearts the weekend. The Singing 17-Plain Sewing ......._..__ 7:00 p.m.-1000 p.m.. Jr. ,
at the King over 17-Plain Sewing' .......__ 7:00 p.m..10:00 p.m. A.L. Lewis no closing costs, one mortgage .
Swinging Zeniths, two guys and two gals, were the headliners 817-PUIn Sewing ............._ 7:00 p.m..10oo p.'". G. Carver payment. Good for a
and deserved the spot. Sam and Dave, a real dilly large family.
of a duo didn't fail to bring the house down. Phil Harris TUESDAY
817-Pl.ln Sewing ........,........._... 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. North Dado
was at hU bent in portrayal of The Hunchback of Sir-PUIn Sewing ..... ....._.___... 7:00 p.m.-10 p.m. BTW
Notre Dame with shake dancer La Bommie. Then there .. 17-Paln Sewing ......_._.._ 7:00 p.m.-NfcOO p-m. North Dado Duplex
was Little Clara Jay a real good blues singer backed up 817-Plain Sewing .........._._ 730 p.m.-1030 p.m. Darsey Jr. 1760 N.W. 50th St.
by W. C. Baker and Happy Rose's band. And Jack Cor- WEDNESDAY 756 NW 53rd St.

bitt looks the part and does a real professional job as 817-PUIn Sewing ..........._...__ ,0:00 a.m 130 pan, H'loah AME With tile roof, hardwood
manager. 817-PUIn Sewing ........................ 6:00 p.m.,930 p.m. J.W. Johnson floors
817 Plain Sewing ..........._..._ 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Lib. Square furnished kitchens.
817-Plain Sewing ..........._.......... 7:00 p.m.'OOO p.m. BTW Down payments and monthly
Wonder why its no hard to get us to go to school 817-Paln Sewing ..........._........... 7:00 p.m.'o.oo p.m. North Dade payments to be arrange
-free school too? Most of us have so few skills and yet 817-Plain Sewing ...........?....._... 7:00 p.m.. 1030 p.m. Dorty Jr. ed.
we seem satisfied with our lot. The Northwestern EvenIng 817-Pbln Sewing .............,.__ 7:00 p.m.'OOO p.m. F.C. Martin
Adult School i i" crying for students, wherein it should 817-PUin Sewing ............._ 7:00 p.m.'OOO p.m. R.R. Moton ---- ---- -

be crowded at all times with a waiting list. If you want THURSDAY 1952 N.W. 52nd St.
to land a better job, you've got to prepare yourself to 817-PUIn Sewing .... ............_ 12:30 p.m.-3:30 p.m. Scott Homes
817-PUIn Sewing ...........-....._ 7:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Lib. Square $595 Down $75 Month
down off that bar stool and
handle it. Get spend a i 817-PUIn- ewing ..........._._...?. 730 p.m.-1030 p.m. BTW Very large 2 bedroom on
couple of nights a week trying to improve yourself. You I 817-Plain Sewing ..._.._.__ 7:00 p.m..1000 p..... North Dade large 75 x 110 landscaped
dpn'; want to be a porter all your life, do you? 817-PUIn Sewing ..........._..?....... 7:00 p.m.-10:00 p.m, Dunbar. lot.
.17-Plain, Sewing .... .........._....... 7:00 pm.10 p.m. Orchard Villa Large screened porch.
'17-Plain Sewing ..........,....,?_... 730 pm.10 p.m. Brownavillo Jr One mortgage payment.
The Orange Blossom Classic Committee kicked off 17-Plain Sewing' ........................ 7:00 pm.1000 p.m. G. Carver Total price only $10,500

their meeting schedule at the Jet Room in International For further Information call PLaza 4-5491 -Northwestern Senior
Airport Hotel last Tuesday Miami has loaf a+'o valuable 4-tigR "(,wi. Refllctratoft will be .Cc ptt8 at all tent" acceding CASH FOR YOUR LOT
white citizens during the past week. Father to the above schedules during the week beginning September 2s. The
registration f.. for each course of 12 lesoona l, $2.00. payable uponentrance.
Robert DeGrandis of Holy Redeemer Church has been .
transferred to Corpus Christi! in New Orleans, and Bert HL 7-S45 283 NW 79th SLTHE

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11ALF-WAUMED FISH We all = & atwlaaf
nave a half.wanned fish as the Mrs. Maxine W James who is : ; 4 II Itn .. ,
famous Spooner puts it, in ourbosoms : the sister of Dr Stephen J .
; which means we take Wright president of Fisk Un.- ... _
thing in the wrong sense some vertity Joyce is an interpreterof r
tunes; we mistake their meaning Span.sb for Trans-World Air- .
or misinterpret them. In other ..nes. Before returning to the -
w rds we hear with cotton in "Great White Way" they will *. 4 4
our ears and we see with blinders visit Mrs. Edwards' sister, Mabel : '
on our eyes. This Is the Wright in Jacksonville.CORRINE .> (
work of the wicked and harm
ful creature misunderstanding," ANTON was hos .
upon whc e beck we pour blame. tees to the fabulous Rinkeydinks
Problem: How is possible last Wednesday evening. She left j Ni- -
always to hear arihthe spoken two days hence for a brief vacation
/word or read the word in Chicago and Detroit .
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written ",
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cur minds are invisible art Tw prominent Miamians are -
galleries with little pattern- confined to their respective
pictures already colored by unknown homes because of illness. They
brushes, pictures which are Mrs. Daniel Johnson and
become our horizon and our 1 Jme W. Robots. We wish for
guide. each a speedy recovery.WBDDING .
Our mind are paint boxes
with colors ready mixed to ANNIVERSARY
jungle with to distort or to intensity Greetings V> the Maxie Millers,
the words and thoughts Sept. 24an d the Eddie Wests

of others. How often we hear Sept 27 ..' .
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Miy rhat we wUh to hear and :
make it mean the same as cur IN MEMO RIAM. Abraham! J.I'I PAINTS A HOUSK The win ready for the job and Disc Jockey Ed

minds so contrary to the artist' Thomas ST., died Sept. 23, 1857 ner of Radio Station WFEC letter writing Cook congratulates the happy Mrs. How

jitent! He counselor was a, forceful a I kindly teacher man, a and wise a contest waA Mrs Janice Howard a Rtu- ard, while Red Bills, engineer; Mike

The cure: concentrate onrpeaker good friend. Hia yearly project dent at Dade Junior College anti the prize Korman Record Spinner Terry Johnson

and words; seek the which be initiated and carried was a house painting job by the Ruff of and Manager Bert Noble look on. The

Truth. Seek to find "apples ofpd out at May High Schocl, did so the station. Mrs. Howard wrote the best grandmother, Mn Lenora Johnson had

in picture of stiver" much wide bonds to strengthen of understanding the county-: between letter as to why her grandmother's hoiuc just returned from the hospital followingan

personnel and admlntstrauon at 1233 N\V 72nd street should be painted. operation and was overwhelmed that
A SALUTE TO DORSEY JR.
HIGH SCHOOL on winning one May he continue' t> rest in Above the staff is shown getting her hou. would get a new paint job.
peace.
of the 50 coveted citations offer-
by Better Homes and Gardens -

Magazine for recognition cf ac- to CONDOLENCES the sorrowing families are extended of the Attention VeteransThe MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
uoas to improve education. The I
late Booker T. Dwm and Mrs American Legion Wil
Action m Education Award was Ella Cia SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 PAGE 9
garnered tar "improved educatiOn )ton Clark. Uam Henry Bethel Post No. 281,
I is asking all veteran who live
of Negroes throU&hau 1
and accelerated classes." HAPPY DIRTHDAY GREETINGS in the community of Richmond I
Ttus project initiated and ; l, Lydia R. Hl *, Iris V. Hefgftts to Join Uj and make turctffnmunitjr
launched under was the administration Walker, Myrtle Evans JuaniU a strong one in whichto ELLA MONCUR'STHEATRICAL
lumbers Gladys S. Solomon live We have affair
i an every
of SAMUEL O. COHEN
Sopt 22, Rev. Edward T. Graham Saturday nfeht at the home of a'' BEAUTY SALONNOW
who was principal of IXrsey: at
Florence Greer Lucy MePhauU Lvgionnaire or in the Center Socume
and his able curriculum
the
tome,
Eloise D. Drown Linda out for some entertainment OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
assistant E. K. Lockhart who is
A. Squire Marguerite Miller and For furtfeer information COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE
the present. principalMrs. is directly Little ClIO Joliivette. Sept 23;I contact Joseph Steward, post
Gwendolyn -
Cherry
Christine Foiling, Marie WI!- commander, or Edward Hanna 2625 N.W. 55th Street
for and
responsible editing hams. W odro Blue, Kathy Jr. or Murray James Jr.
submitting the project to the Sims, Helen Wooien. Sept :29; Murray James, Jr. NE 5-2821 9-7

magazine. Pauline Smith Gloria Ne:son, .,- chairman of publicity
CONGRATULATIONS are m met Thompson, Moses Williams
order to everyone who had a I4ilc Rutb Willis, Stephany C. - ,
part in this national. project You Reed Sept. 26; Aunt Henrietta BABY CONTEST .
have demonstrated by action the SWe Unc. Sekrva T. Ward Sept '
individual fulfillment cf work" 27, Thomas H I'nUers n. Car- Now going onWinner .I r.. ..1.i'
which went: beyond merely recognizing invIte I'. Lyons Fredricka Wan- gets a |20 10 pose album .
individual difference za, Shavann IVtterson. AIM of himself. FREEJ. 1

. you penetrated the realm of Johnson Joseph Johnson. Ullte F. Deal Studio
giving all pupil adequate atten- peters. Sept 28. 1I
Lion and comparable encouragement THOUGHT FOR TIlE WEEK; A 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
word fitly sf> ken i Y like apples FR 4-3034
Other croup in Florida receiving of gold in pictures of Mice -
similar awards axe: Miami Bible. r I
5&.1"N Elementary PTA, far
",Enjoying the Arts Day with i BEST DEAL IN TOWN f

local artuu musicians and 2 Bedroom Apartments
sculptors working with tefceol For Sale 2 Entrance ;
children Lake Cuno E. tneet-

ary School JTA. Orlando for New CBS home, 3-bed- N Ywr Own Garden .7.7R
"S ecal Handbook and Pareau Crowding

Workshop to acquaint parents rooms, tile bath. Living and New Paint Job ....
with school activities and Sara-
IntJdo and OuUlde
Mrta O unty Schools for "part of dining room, kitchen, Flor

W mil oo project for increased ida room carport. Opposite 'w Christian Hospital
teacher salaries, revised organization ,
1200 N.W. 47th 8t NE 4-4141
of some grade, and special -
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programs f..r gifted stud nu, Charles Hudson, OX 1-0624 Com. out and l IMk-tet free gift ., ,.
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as well a, mentally retarded and I ', '
payttcally handcappvd stu- "

d OF dI."SIGNinCANT INTEREST I LITTLE LEAGUE CHAMPS I Ir ,


u a comparison of mi* pracuco: I dl. ,ill'- :: -. 4 .."".
aad policies in pubic libraries. '.j "1t' 4 .. I
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.n the Soviet Union and Dan .,ye
vine Va., USA.A ... ..
p
Soviet reader u us.d a \
ticket on which he must recrd i -
!his name home addre, teeitwne ,
number, nationality, plac: .l
of work education party membership
occupation, and per; g
vent facts fr: n wkrnUy papers
Last May the retukDi cf l>;aJ Q. II '/1(11(11real
vile Va. voted 2.829 to 1.U8 on .
a referendum to cioe their pub- f
Uc library rather than mltgrate, inctin ( IJ I: ,:I.\ '

Last Meek line l Lbrary was tvn-
>4 with all chain having been CLEAS..CLKAMWE J
removed from the reading r,om.
Ech reader must pay KL3Q Lr
A.
4 library card, fill out a four MEAN THAT THE 141nD
page form which must be endorsed &
by a personal signature. CRISPEST DRIEST MARTINI ,
some two character and tw V JJ t w
UNDER THE SUN IS MADE _
credit references and ust the .1 _....:
type of book* he plans to bor- ..,..,1-__ '_ r.. ....-&:i... """'-,,....-- WITH OEAN-TASTING ..:. ,

row. M and M Bottle Gas was first place winner In the FLEISCHMANN'S GIN y

Over the-weekend OSCAR Little Uaguc baseball of Opa Locka. Here City Manager

EDWRDS were oettthted to have Walter Brown presents trophy to team manager, Ishmael (
their relative as house guest Mabry of M and
Fran New York caaae Miss Sharpe. The team U sponsored by Clyde suu nan itfiKtf uu M nar Tic riMciiuu MMUM tat.ILl rai an

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Madam

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA L. A. Thompson, pastor
I Sunday School ......"....... trio

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 Morning BTU worship ... ....".... 11:00 5:30 Reader- dviserHere

Evening worship ............ Tt
For the First Time in This Area
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST SALTER'S CHAPELRev. Sunday will be Promotl-n and

11 J. Benson, pastor Recognition Day in the Sunday Lucky Days and Lucky: N"LlSee -'
Rev. C. J. Burnay, pastor Ruth Twiggs. reporter School. The Young People'sChoir _

Claudia Wilson reporter Sunday School MMMMMM WO will furnish music at the I- divine healer of all live.
.._....... t.3o thla..t
Sunday School ..." Morning worship _lltXJ 11 ajn service. During the evenIng '
Morning sa.icea ....", _... 11:00 ACE League ..... 3:30 the Rev. Dr. H. W. Brown I can heal yoa by prayar. Sea her to

BTU IJC Evening worship .......... 7:00 pastor of historic Bethel Baptist & .. tomorrow may .. too {at.. Tkere toir
Evening services "--" --- 7:00Let Church, Nassau Bahamas will Pity for tboee knowing tkara'a belp
us ntinue in prayer for At our 11 am. service Sunday be the preacher and the No. 1 _
the sick and shut in. Those who the pastor deUvered the mess- and 2 choirs will sing jointly. OQ earth but don't aeek it. Are you kk, Chappy*

are out of town. age. After the service the pastor The public Is Invited. dbftuted with Ufe? Everything you do asses to go
and member motored to Metropolitan -
then see thU ftfted lady.
HOLY REDEEMER AME Church Liberty' Choir No. 1 will sponsor: a tea wrong,
City. to give the Rev. J. J. William at the home of Mrs. Susan Ifep- What you ee with your eye your heart mutt beliere
Masses: and his congregation a lift burn at 3.30 pm. Sunday. With each reading abe will
Sunday ._............_. 7 & 10 am.Baptism m their* drive. On Sunday, Sept Friends are invited. free charm. She hat just returned
fire a lucky
.. __ ., 8 away
Daily _._ _. _. i ajn. 23. The crusaders of which Mrs.
Flossie Marshall is chairman invite I All roads will lead to St. Mal from a triumph trip in India. She guarantee to ...*
By appointment to attend their monthly tha A'a Baptist Church NW 17th
you more all bed luck, and evil influence. For more information
st 4th ave. Monday night
Novena Services program. At 3 S>Jn. Mrs. Bell and near
Wednesday tight _.__ 7:30 pJn. her junior choir rendered service Sept 26 when a religious drama call MU 89148.
Convert instructions by appoint- for the day. will be presented by a cut from
meet. St. Matthewj and Temple. Donation 9751 N.W. 27TH AVENUE

Fat any information call PL ST. LUKE BAPTIST $1.00 and the play startsat Llaten U Futurooespe avar WMBM
9-2368. 8. Charles McCloud, director. I

Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
BAHA'I ASSEMBLYMrs. Susie K. Whitehead, reporter THE INCARNATION

Sunday School ':U .- .
Lucille Buffin secretary' Morning Service "............." 11:00 (episcopal} I.
of the Coral Gables chapter 1833 N.W. 84th 8t
American Association torbe BTU 3:30 Father E. S. Clarke Jr, vicar LE BELLE'S MESSAGE WILL HELP YOU!
Evening Worship .. ... ., 7:00
.mi.n- ? The services' at the chart!
United Nations will lead the regular READERLeBefe
GIFTED SPIRITUALIST PALM..T-PIYCHIC
weekly discussion at the The lane Mission and Junior have been changed to the following

Baha'i Center 137 NW 11th ave. Matrons of St Luke Baptist schedule:

8 pjn. Sunday Sept 23 Her subject Church invite you to A Feast in SUNDAY

,will be "Rekgion and Science. The Wildern Sunday, Sepu. School and Bible Class ..._._ 9.30Solmn :

." 23. 4-6 pjn. at the home of Mr. Sung Mass ,....... 1045.: ...
Everyone* is cordially invited to and Mrs. Hezekiah Jackson 1271 Jr. EYe meeting ..._..__ 3:13 pm.
attend this discussion. Phone Miss NW 37th at. Rev P. W. Williams Sr. EYC meeting ..._._._ 8:00
Solomon, FR 1-3420 for further pastor. Solemn Evensong ....._._... 7:30 THE LUCKY LADYIf
tnfonna 1ioD. You are also invited to a Tea
em with trouble and aandKlana
you are a v arc *
sponsored by the No. 2 choir at TUESDAY that are net natural, aha aan remove them vr*
Men's Day at the House of Albert Sunday, Oct. St. Vincent'* Acolyte come Spoils Bad Luck and Evil Influence She
......._.. ..... *
16 at 3 pJx.Wtman's. rehearsal .._ $:00 I reunites the separated and cauaaa yew .. 0*'. the
St. Peters Day will be held Oct. WEDNESDAY ono you I.w. Are yen .l.k orrev..I.., U MM

The men of St Peter's Amefi.ean 23. We are asking the cooperation L''w Mass ..._.........._.__ 830 ajn. I relative In trouble? I* yaur ..uaUiaaaer week had
of the enUre church.Mrs. Arc trouble with tot nature Why i et ...-
yev
Catholic Church 1811 NW Annie B. Evensong and Meditation .... 8:00*
Sullivan -
4th r ut1, cordially Invite you to chairman; Susie K. Whitehead general Meeting of the Guild of our Lady suit this lady that was barn U help you through the Spirit?
Fifth Annual Men's (altar guild) immediately .
their
attend publicity committee. Vlalt Lt Bell*-let her explain yaur dream, advise. yeu ta make
Day Celebration on Sunday. Sept. lowing. fOI-1 the hit you have long .,nt.dl She will give ysu the true MM*

25, at 3 pjn.Father Clarke will be ST. MARY'S c. W. M. FRIDAY saps that la lotted U you bringing' LUCK. HAPPINESS and
Elisha Father Sl Cecelia's rehearsal 8JO pjn. SUCCESS, and tall you haw U follow them. La ..11. glvac r..
the principal speaker. Bro. E. A. Cukner pastor Low Mass en all Holy Days at suite In Juat ana vlaltl Satisfaction ...ranta...
Richard DeVeaux is pastor
Mrs. S. DsrAklna, reporter 6:30 and Feast 6:00
ajn. on Day, :
Sunday. School ..."..............__ 9:4J CAUSE YOU TO BE LUCKYI-MAKE AND HANDLE MONEY
FIRST UNITARIAN Morning: worship _____ 11:00 am.On YOUR LUCKY DAYS YOUR LUCKY NUMBERS
last Sunday at the 10:43am : Price Within Roach af All N. One In Treubla T.riied Away
Day will Evening devotion ._ '''..,..... 730 .
These Great Holy mass the church initiatedIts Readings for White and Calarad-Cleeed Wednesday
be the sermon topic of the Rev. Sunday Schorl ass*s opened' by first annuel "Get Asqualnt-
Robert W Son n. minister of the the superintendent Mrs. M. ed' MaMN for the staff and faculty DON'T MISTAKE ADDRESS
First Unitarian Church located at Worthy After devotion classes members of the Dade County 1341 N.W. 20th Street

41 SW 29th road on Sunday Sept. took their respective places with Junior College Special intention OPPOSITE CITY INCINERATOR
23, 11 am. The adult forum their teachers The lesson was of the Mass was to ask FLORIDA
meets. at 10 with a chlldren'snsrotlshop reviewed by the Rev G. Burn God's special. blessings upon the MIAMI.
scheduled for the sam< Morning worship was led by staff faculty and student bodyof Buns ZI.Z4.2I.17 within 2 blacks' -Bua Na, 29 stops at door

hour, followed by church school Rev. 1L V. Stuart who also delivered the Junior college. Na Mall Anawarad .
clases at 1030. a very timely message' During the Hospitality Hour : Hour; Dally and Sunday 7 a.m. ta S pj w-Claaad Wadnaaday
At 81bat evening an open No. 2 choir furnished music with. the stall and faculty were Licensed by City, SteW aunty
Muse for new members aDd dally introduced by our
Mrs Phylllt Gbkwn atbe organ otn-\\
friends wUl be held at the par and A. Carey directing. No. man of the Hostesses: Mrs. 1
sonage. 3133 Riviera Drive, Coral 1 ushers served. ice Littles.
Gables. The public is cordially" Invited
Evening devotion was 1 led by
On Wednesday, Sept 28. 11:13, Rev. and I to worship with us.
Stuart a stirring ser
Group will sponsor
the luncheon Women's and panel discussion.. mon was delivered by the Rev I For Results in One Visil-See
a Saa-ycr. visiting min-
George a
leader will be Protestant i
Discussion MADAM MARS
ister frrn Temple Baptist
Catholic priest Beautiful Horn
minister a oo
Church, from St. Matthew 1624.:
with Mr Sonen SPIRITUAL MEDIUM
a Jewish'rabbi,
subject "Repentance. Everyone Your LotCemplete
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serving. as moderator.On enjoyed hearing him. AND PUBLIC ADVISORTHE
.1t Uion ta Elections.
Funeral services for the late I MOST CONSULTED READERIN
Mrs Catherine Delevoe will beheld
BAPTIST SOUTH FLORIDA WARNS OF
ANTIOCH -
at St Mary's Saturday at 2

Rev. J. W. SUebersoB, pastor pjn.We r-- z. I TROUBLE IN ADVANCE
are praying for our sick -
U. T. Copeland, reporter Na matter what HOPE. FEAR ar TROUBLE ba aha
shut-ins. your may
Sunday School .......--"--". 141 and
Morning Service ............. 110 can and will help you. She gives true and never falling advice
BTU "0 ANTIOCH BAPTIST on all affair* of Ufa such as: LOVE. COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE

Evening Worship ., .., .... 7:00 Rev. O. W. Foster, pastor Building Service health bualnaaa changaa. will. deeds martgagea, law suits" I lost

Sunday afternoon. Sept. 23, the A. L. Johnson reporter o PLANNING ar atalan' articles, hidden traaauraa.
School ______ 'U .
No. 2 choir will be having a Tea Sunday : Reads your entire life: PAST, PRLSI+N r. FUTURE.: Tells you
the home of Mrs. Dorothy Homing Service ............ 11:00 a BUILDING
at anything wish to. know without .
asking
Cooper. 4710 NW 25th ave. 4 toe BTU SJfl FINANCING you any questions.If

pjn. You are invited. Evening Worship ............., 7:00 Your Now Name you cant seem to make a hit in anything you are ta

Friday night Sept 30, there hard luck-See the moat consulted Reader in South Florida

will be a dinner sale in choir the MT. AARON BAPTIST NoDowaPayment She give immediate help.-RESULTS IN ONE VISIT! DoA go
by
yard sponsored
church
No. 1 and usher board No.1. 1140 N.W. Lath Ave. through life handicapped by ethers. See Her Today.
each. Ice Rev. C. W. Scott pastor I Liceased
Dinner mill be $1.00 by State and County
Dea. Earl Colden clerk
I
cream will also be child on at sale.Register the. Antioch Sunday School ......_.....__ .:30 I Over Twenty Yeses af Give Your Lucky Day and Lucky Number

( your 2799 NW Morning Worship ._.......... 11:00 Construction parlance SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
Kindergarten served BTU _..................._.. 3:00
.Ith st Hot meal! are Evening Worship ___.. 7:00 I Guaranteed ftatlafactlan Private and Confidential Reading
dally, individual beds, pick up Prater meeting Tuesday .... 8:00: Na Mall A..recl-a.. Ma In Penn
3 to 5.
and delivery, ages Mac Bell Little. 3PLLja L7Q HOURS: Dally and Sunday 7 ...... to S p.m.
Sick is Sster
Let us pray for and visit her. MT. ZION A. M. E. CGDL292( CLOSED TUESDAY-NO HOUSE CALLS

22nd Ave Corner 152nd St. I
DONT MISTAKE ADDRESSTAKE
Opa LockaRev. I PL 1-3604
Registration Now Going on C. J. Jenkins pastor BUS 1ft TO PINK HOUSE
Sunday School .........".... 9:31: 888 N.E. 79th St-
At Ja k.on'a Toddlo Inn Morning Worship .. 11:00" Miami. .II 2590 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami Fla.

League ...--L.j.--r_.."....._, 8:00 I ,
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.i' Promotion Day For


: SEE THE WORLD'S

i, Mt. Olivette GREAT SPIRITUAL

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I. Sunday School LEADER

.. j AND PHYCHIC READER
The Sunday School of the Mt.

Olivette Baptist Church will ob- BISHOP HUNTERIf
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5 0' sent Its annual Promotion Day

Sunday, Sept: 26, during the regular yea are slob. or worHorf. d).tft
,, -i: ; Sunday School hour. fall U .*. mo today. Off' ).. hovr

e \ ,, "jI"I'i.\:' : Each teacher will present their I dally 1 ....... .. 9 pan. Tft.r.tf.y
0' students for promotion and the 1 p.m. t. I sun. .itdsy 11 ....
/ $ : certificates of promotion will be t.1pm.
awarded the students by the
pastor Rev I. C. Mickins.
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; Mrs. w.tam,rl Marshall will .IADINOI

_!:.- give the inspirational address for .10
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this occasion. Mrs. Marshall a e9
l iATomer t, Dade She bring to
u< a rich background of experience : -
\\i .. 1417 W 17 St '
both religious and secular .ot :
\I r ( r ,.
+ She was formerly dean of womenat wirrHOLLYWOOD -.ll 1
Albany State College and recently oI

became a member c I the -LA. '::. ..
faculty of the A. L. Lewi Elementary .
... I .
School in homestead r1 PRO,. HUNTDon't "
A special invitation is being I I
extended to the parents of the

.. ..- Sunday School and the public at
... ..;
.-. large t*> vhare with
us in this Fret fight t tI
promotional program.
1 Mrs I. C Mickins is superintendent -I
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The Midget Singers of Richmond to miss. He early for a comfortable seat. FRanklin 4-3269

Heights, will appear at the Mt. Olivette This group is under the direction of

Baptist Church, 1450 NW 1st Court, on Mrs. V. Ross and this program Is being DR. JAMES R. LINDSEY

Sunday, Sept. 25, at 8:30 p.m. uporworod by the Sunday School of the Mt. PODIATRIST

The public Is invited to hear this group. Olivette Baptist Church of which the Rev. Foot and Leg Disorders

This is a rare treat that no one can afford I.I c. Mickins is pastor.Woman's .

a.m. to 2 p.m. 4 p.m. to S p.m.
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AME LAYMEN : JII.I
RETREAT AT Day at I I

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BETHUNEDr Richard V Moore. Confer- I Tabor Baptist Church .". OXford 1-O544 Hour t U 1-J to 7

erne Lay Leader announced that

ISO Laymen representing the DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS
L Nixun. Mrs Alcelina Iinkney
Gulf District. Gainesville 1 Dlsnet.
I I
' and Mrs MstUe Sbnpten.Pkaw .
Jacksonville District and
OPTOMETRIST
make the of
the Atlantic District of the Mel attending
eon iervlc a mutt on your
last Church will meet n the
calendar ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS OFFICE
Campus of Bcthune-Ccokmsn y -
College in a one day Jtc:::a'
where they will discuss the 1 MT. CALVARY BAPTIST EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES

theme, "Strengthening, the Local Rev E. ),I. Thomas' pastor

Church Through the Board fLay Ihyll, Myers, reporter 6823 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami Florida

ActivrUes." :1 Sunday School _.._.._.... ':45 ,
Registration ',ill begin at 8am. : Morning service .. ... ..... 11:00:

., the first general se* .:;n of RTU ..... ... ........_,....._. 5:30:
the conference' 930: ajmn wcr; ""a Evening service .. .............. '7:00
service at 11 arm, lunch 1 pea, ,
and the second general sc=:.:n, Sunday morniAtj our pastor
2 pm. until 4 pin Regsirs*. n dcavered: a wonderful message THEY NEED YOUR HELP!
will be to the lobby of White which was "Come Out of Mystery -
Ha.t The morning session u Babaly n.It was inspiring
scheduled for White ha.) aui.. and enjoyed by all. -eee...__

tori urn.
Sunday aftemeun at 5.00
The District Lay Leaders who J tad BTU with. the chairman we 4670 Families on the Florida Keys have suffered
w.11 lead the dscusun ar
Ocacon Smith in charge Alter
Harry L. Durney of the Jacks< n
severe loss from Hurricane Donna. They look to you
vale District; T. L. White of C.2 -
.
Atlantic Di rtot, Frederick Uu.oey :
---- once scam Sunday night our for assistance. Send your donations to Red Crow,
of the Gull District ar.j
pa-tor came before us mith an-
James L. Stewart of the Gamesviiie MRS. SUSIE C. HOLLEY Miami-Marked DISASTER RELIEF.
thtr imparts and enjoyableserraen.
District.
Mrs. Hattie I. James, vice conference The women of Mt Tabor IMp- I .
Our sick and IlMit-'" are SUUaa .
Church will celebrate its .
Lay Leader and a delegate ttt .nI I
Baker, Sis Lucille Baker
to the Jurisdictional Conference nu..u".n': Day throughout
We are praying for both of you
the Sunday. Sept 96Women.
in Cleveland Ohio. will day on
.
The Cr of Crea to have speed recovery
give a report on the work of the r*n
tion" has bn efcoooen a* the
Jurisdictional Board of Lay AcuvlUes. -
T. L. While will give a OH*** for the day This the ne GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev BUILTBY

report on the work of the Meth- will be very' forcefully earnedout William T Savoy, pastor QUALITY
ucfcst: Men and Harry L Buraeyiii by :Mrs Susie C. HoUey as 14th Are and 09th Street

discuss, Plan of Action for guet peker during the morn Sunday School! .. _....._... Ml: Inc.Bedroom
HOMES
Laymen Day Observance ingrvice Ttu svw beftas Morning Service ...-......" 11:01 RANDALL .
Conference Lay Leader Dr. at II aJR.' I Westminster Fellowship. ...... COT

Richard Moore states that pass Milt H..ie i .> If a very dynamic!
In observance of Christian
will be formulated for the Laymen's -
and eneffeur j p..ke r. She. comes Education will have 3
Sunday
Annual we
Rally at the Florida Mrs.pres.dot .
from Ft Laudrd
to :
Conference of the Meth dist u I a fpccial dedication service for
Ho.eu of tae Women -
Church Saturday, Nw 12. ; I our Church School teachers and I
at Ebenezer on Methodist Chuaefe m '* M;. :ionary and tdloHlade; their .....itanU. After the ser-
Miami a. Convent a Auxiliary U tAe vice. there will! lx a congrMfiti I
Genera: Baptist Convention of Iy2 Home
nil meeting at rhich tame we
Florida lac, second' vice pred-
w ill adept plane and proceduresfor
M. E.Rr .
MT. HERMON A.
dent of Uw N'atioaal Ba|>Ut the coming ehureh year All

SautuH Gar palter Wufnen'k Auxiliary. IRC. a H.* member* are urg 'd U be present 0 Carporte Hardwood Floors

Sunday School ...........-........ .*' her u< UM Juvenile Court fnU-r .1 the Sunday. I
Morning worsmp ..... ........ .. HW Bruwlrd Countya C uuctl 1I1< "As we prepare for the task of Built-in C. E.
Heat RangeTit.
Evening worship ... ...... ...... T.W; the Cumcnuiuty 't.& among year let u. remember Gas .
<4 Ft ....u * Publicity! CoTunltteeServices rf the t'nt B*|* *st Cburcu I I ,NRegulate ,I
Deluxo Kitchen
Baths
on last Sunday were of the same city. .

spiritually felt beginning from During fbe afteroooa the I I
the Sunday School! with Bro. outto of toM church will present your own pooo and I 1

Willie Fletcher our znost efficient a Piano R *ui sp-osonae the p I"'iMt'' by loohlno Into the 'largo i'
superintendent in charge. advaaced studentof Mr*. Ilaro- mirror* on Deal's huge studio $13,900
We were favored with two uplifting l leaD time fiN camera. You no longer haw to
: sermons filled with the Mt T.."." will be coons-and wonder how your pkturoo will'

Holy Gh.ct preached to u. by This service btjpas at 3 pm. come out. .

our Next pajttor.Sunday our cedin2 elder At the eve*** service there I, J. F. DEAL STUDIO I II t
will heW will be a skit d >*ctia* tr.e storyof Lincoln Boulevard Richmond
Rev F A. Allen, i 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. 11461 Heights
New Mt
his. last and final quarter far the The Bui:dJi&DC of a s
Phone FR 4.3034
Tab r." Also theVirgin.. !
year He is a powerful preacher. i' I
Please do not fail to come out Candlestick aDd Member" bar i Ii Sal. Agent Ora D. Taylor, CE 5-4240
lai est tinancal icontribution I
the
102 mask .
and the
worship with us at "big.gat 9S
crowned
wall be
little church in town." DoD :
MIAMI TIMES ADSDONT
/ forget the sick and shut-ins. This **nrjce Uns at 7:30: pm unol jo tud jitQ 101| moat uo linq| urn -yyy
The Wowee's Day drive is be- COST THEY PAY ,
... ...,.......... by Mrs. Bthel
I II WUkHtO M eM1rmaa. Servlaga CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY t
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New School and Jackson Claim
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 Taylor




JUST BROWS/ For HialieahPortables To Go Baptists Presidency .


After 34 Yean The court last week failed to sions.
t. ey PAUL R. HENRY give a decision in the controversy Dr. Taylor maintained last

The Dade County School Board over the presidency of the week that he Is the only duly
decided on Wednesday that theJ. National Baptist Convention elected president of the convention
In South Africa bells ring at 6th avenue. Mr. Butler i* a' W. Johnscn Elementary Schoolin USA. Inc. lie said be 'Was shocked t*
Anglican churches at a protest member of the Bahamas Hour' llialeah will get a new permanent The healing in the Common learn that attorneys representing
arainst the deportation of Anglican of Assembly.Also building after it has Pleas Curt of Philadelphia on Dr. Jackson had later attemptedto
Bishop the Rt. Rev. Ambrose visiting Is Milo, ButlerJr. been housed in "temporary" Sept 12 deadlocked while the show that the courts had no
Reeves, who was sent out of the He Is a pre-m< country because of his persistent England.Mrs. Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyers, he had Jurisdiction. A second it was they who initially invoked
criticism of the nationalist gov who wanted the 180 pupils transported hearing on Sept. 15 had the the aid of the courts.
ernment's racial segregation Vernel Green of 0 p a to a large school where same result.
policies. L-cka returned to the city last .the best education" would be Mu |"bl1e, In Chicago, Dr. ARRESTS 13;
The Diocese of Natal province week after spending 10 days vacation available, objected to the actionof Joseph H. Jackson declared that
will fly church flags at half mast I In the Bahamas. She reports the board, but lost he is the duly elected president.f SOLVES 8BURGLARIES
and bells will toll for 15 mInutes very enjoyable visit The school is in a small Negro the National Baptist Convention
every Sunday for the duration I _:. district where most of the land and that under the constitution
of the exile of Bishop - is zoned for non-residential use. of the organization he A gang of 13 youths were pick
Reeves. I The population of the area 1. not can't be unseated.Dr. ed up Tuesday by Metro detective
reward likely to increase and an ade- Gardner Taylor, pastor of who.said the arrests solved -
In New Ycrk where the United quate school can't be operatedfor Brooklyn's million-dollar Con- eight burglaries and cases of

Nations i, meeting, street County: 1f. \ 180 pupils, contended Mrs. conrd Baptist Church, is contending shoplifting in the GouldsCutlerRidge
crowds are ckmonstra Unt. Some Meyers. that he was elected area.
are throwing eggs and firecrackers Newsy "We are poor folk. To remove president of the 5,000,000-cnem-< The arrests came after one of
some carry cards lor f. .' cur school would be tragic to us," ber group at the recent conven the 13 mas picked up on suspicion
-courtesy to visitors," others have :.. said the Rev. Ira Fa/son leader tion. 'after he was seen with a
cards against them. That's to bepeded. of a group of residents in the let of loose change a newly
Walter Nine b area. The Jackson and Taylor factions painted bicycle and other article
Six members of the board are inv.hred; In litigation in Questioning of the boy and his
Segregationists in Florida who I I agreed with Rev. Fayson and an Philadelphia over the contro- companions by Metro Detectives
have been working hard in order I architect was named to design a I versy which completely upset the Reid and Shepard and Buford R.
,
Wr.Lsms:
Miss Marian
a annual .
to get' Gw. Orval Faubus' name seven-roam building. assembly.In Sivley led to the recovery of
graduate of the 1939 class of Chicago, Jackson said the valued
on Florida's ballot u a presidential goods at more than
candidate in November Northwestern High Sdhoei i left I convention is a matter of thepast $1,000.
were shocked when Faubus said Tuesday for St. Augustine Col Army Navy Store and there Is no question in The youths range in ages from
that he was sui rised to hear lege. She is the daughter of Mrs. RobbedWith hi* mind as to who js presidentlie nine to 16.
Williams of 4918 SW
about it lie gave no authority Carolyn said his attorneys will respond -
for his nomination and does not 24th at.. West lloliyw i(4 and st.cklngi; over their beads to all legal summcns:: in
know the group. Faubus 1. not' is a member of Central Baptist two armed men held clerks of connection with the contest, but Brownsville

in accord with the Democratic Church. the Army-Navy Eagle Department I the courts: cannot make any decision Improvement AtVn
platform but will support the Store at gunpoint and robbed that c.nflkt /WIth the
UckeL The BTU and Missionary Society them of an undetermined constitution of the convention. 2741 N.W. 49th St
of Central Ba ttet will givea amount of cash Wednesday po. The Chicago pastor of OUvet Regular meetings 1st and
This week the Jews are observing king and queen comet Friday ace reported. Baptist Church said that under j
their New Year Rosa Come and vAe for our favorite They ran from the store at the constitution the board of directors 3rd Monday nights of each
llashsaah 5792. Special services candidate. Mrs. E. J. Clark, 6301 /N'W 7th ave. is the supreme authority month. Membership drrr

are held at Synagogue The Holy sponsor; Rev. E. J. Clark pastor. in matters involving the denomination now on. All residents of

days end on Sept. 30 with the observance Women of TheChallenging and that it also has power
Brownsville invited
No. 542
The Star Light Lodge to join
of Yom Kippur.Weil to till vacancies that might
meet Friday, Sept 2-3.t the Sixties occur and to conduct the business Neat Adams, Free.

as you already know Masonic Temple ua Pembroke of the convention: during W. C. Bawl, $..c'yr
Road. All members are asked to
pennant ntinoers this year will be Clarence Johnson St James AME Church announces the Interim between' annual ses
be the Pittsburgh Pira the present : its 12th annual W( nen's
W. M Hiram Ash "
They secretary
I
New York Yankees. haveat -
I Day on Sunday Nov. 13. The
this writing Just lour games The C. W. H. Fire Dept. willI women will be prepared to accept -
to go and they are in. lx4like, i i I t Monday' night Sept. 26 at the challenge of these timesin
the Cardinals will second
get all
phase of church work.
840 at the Chamber of Commerce -
place, Milwaukee, now in third is All This year's drive wa, launch
Building. members
7\i games off, one below SL asked to be are ed by Rev McNeil I Harris cnSept.
Louis and my team, the Dodgers present. Walter 11.
will probably make fourth place. Blatch president .
Not so food for the champions. Mrs. Nathaniel! O 4ston, a librarian II
Reginald MeKinney &f West at BTW will spearheadthe

This week. a interesting Hollywood left for Merrhetue drive by serving a* the overall r
College lajt -week. This is his chairman Mrs. D. C. Moore
statement was made by Commissioner ;
Balaban. lie is quoted asfollcnrs second year. shall assist Mrs. Colston as cochairman I I r,. .

: 'a.aV) .
John Richard Cumb batch
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Justice is not available
on even
left 9 for Mrs. Jerome dean
on Sept Washington Jamison of
terms to the Justice depends
poor. DJC. where he will attend Howard girls' at DTW is the rrvgram di
man's
co a pocketbook.The .
University. This is his second rector. Mrs. Jamison has announced -
cost of appealing a lower
court's decision is prohibitivefor year in engineering. His a very timely theme for
sitter, Octcon is a senior at Fla. this Woman's Day "Women
IK
cent of the
per people. A and M University They are of the Chetieofing Sixties."

The average man must be satisfied children of Mr. and Mrs. James The wucnen are to be o.: n-
with the decision he gets I. Cumb< from a lower court. st. Hallandale. to make this day the best f
The only way a little man can yet tn the history of the church
get his cue before an appeals Yours Truly dropped in on Make a date to be with us and to
is. to take a pauper's oath.. Albert Smith and B.fcby Staten, hear some of Miami 5 top speak
Commissioner Balaban should fellow barbers of Liberty City ers.
know what he Is talking about to congratulate them On the opening
He has served for two years asa of their new sportsmen NEW HOPE BAPTIST
Miami Municipal Judge and Barber Shop on 15th ave. and
was lo an Assistant u.s. Attorney 63rd at. Again congratulation*. Rev. James E. Brown pastor
Bro. Vandell Bovan. reporter
Harold Sunday School ................. trio:
This certainly is a pity. It Coleman of Daytona
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Morning Worship 110
cons to that if Beach is Lee
us Justice is visiting hi. uncle
Evening Worship _____.,,, 1:00
meted out in the lower (courts Wright of 17ta ave. and 67th st -
there should be taw cases for ap- Libert City. We were classmates
TRINITY C. M. E.
peal. Being poor is no disgrace, 20 year. ago lie dr.i>P.din Stuart Whitman and luscious May Britt are starred
but it is certainly a handicap. on Sunday at West Hollywood 2014 N.W. 5th CourtW.
with Mr. Wright to see Yours V. Geary, minister in "Murder, Inc." opening at the UbCity Drive-tn Wetl-
Returning to their home in Nassau Truly Church School _____ WO ,
last week were Mr' andMrs. Morning worship .......,,.. 11:00 nesday night. It is the story of a syndicate formed to or-
Milo Butter who have been' Pvt. John Co.per of Hallan Evening worship .-.- ---, .- _L 7:00
visiting Mrs. Butler's sister Mrs. dale is home on furlough and ganize nation-wide crime along the lines of Big Business
Ethel Majr: in Texas. In Miami will be leaving for Korea soon.
the Butlers were house guests of ,tile is the so of Mrs. Rosa Lee I Invest in Mutual Funds with its purpose to serve as the enforcement arm of tht
Mrs. Arlean Strachan, 1608 NW Cooper.
As little as 65c per day towards underworld. Miss Britt weds Sammy Davis Jr. next month..
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CARDSMEMORIALSCARD Thomas Gllliam of 2122 W. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 PAGE 13i

4th ctn Hlakah, died' Sept 11 in

Jackson Hospital ItJ1 survivors ,

OF THANKS I' IN MEMORIAMFor Include his widow aul. two :
brother? and two sisters. Services
The family cf the late i I were held Sept 17 at 11 ajn. in
MRS. STELLA BELL PITTS the late the chapel. Rev. M. J. Faison officiated -
who died at Marathon Fit. dur- | Burial was In Lincoln.
ihf Hurricane Donna take this ,
ItiL method rf expressing thanks service AnjeHa i

and appreciation to the many Eleane Graham Infant daughter
friend who were so kind during of Mrs Dorothy Graham of 1524
its hours of bereavement Thanks NW ?0th It.. died died in Magnolia -
for your cards, letters, telegrams HfiftpiUl s.pt. 15 were conducted -
fTwen, cars and all other kind Sqpt Id.
gesture. of sympathy.
Special thanks to the Key West The of Mr. and Mrs.Leroy .

Undertaking Co. and the Rev H. A. Br"*n of 2050 NW .
F Hooper, pastor of Cornish 66th st. was stillborn Sept 199 -
AWE Zion Church. Again thanks t m Christian Hospital and was TV NOT WORKING If you LOST IN THE area of 63rd St.

t #yryofte for everythintf laid to rest Sept 21. live In Liberty City or Browns- and 17th ave.. northwest, a
Mrs. Isabel Dell mother ville area, we will repair on brown itper bag containing valuable
Mrs. Hazel Robinson, sister Joshua Tucker: who resided at credit Pay weekly. Free esti paper and books. If found
2270 NW 50th St departed this mates. AU work guaranteed. Call please con tact Mrs. Tynehs NA

CARD OF THANKSThe life Sept 16. II. is survived by NE 4-9256. 1-0470. $10 reward.
-- -- - his wife, father, step father and
family of the late ABRAHAM JOSEPH THOMASwho step m-4her five brothers, two Barbera Wanted BUILDING PLANS
MRS. TIIELMA STILES I IMcOHEE I departed this Ifs September sisters and numerous relatives. Lot surveys, building plans one
23, 1957. Services will be conducted Sat Charles Anderson, owner of the reasonable price. PL 88368.
who departed this life August We'll Match, well 1 tight and pray urday. Sept. 24 at 2 pjn. in the White Horse Barber Shop 6412 01
IS, take this method of ccruting I' The battle well never give up Chapel with Rev P. W. Williams NW 15th ave.. has openings for
thanks ahd appreciation to the I Well toil till the victory's won officiating He will be on view master barbers t. r his shop in WANTED

many friends wh; were so kind To meet y 41 OH tae: Joyous da*. in the chapel from 12 noon Fri Liberty City. Any Interested barbers -
during Its hours of bereavement : Wife and SonsDEATHS day until funeral time. can see him at the above address SALESGIRL. Some drug store
Thanks for cards, telegrams, cr call him at OX 19770. experience. Mcrnlngj, OX 17629.

letters flowers and donation 1f> Richardson '
cars. Special thanks to the Rev BEAUTY Operators. Experienced
Aaron Hall, patof" Ebenezer'' FOR RENT operators wanted at Vogue Beauty -
M. Church its choirs and ushers Funeral for Mrs Mattic Brown Box 929 NW 3rd aye. FR

Bro. Oswald Sands. Rev P 916 held NW from 2nd Bhenezer ct., apt.Metfiedfet 9 were FURNISHED room Cooking fa- 49130. Mrs. Jones.

S. Drown pastor of Mt. Tabor ('thtM1888 NW 57th st, NE
1-- Church on Sept 13 at 2 pin IRONING to be done at home m
Baptist Church nee B. J. ghep- 3-6tea.
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pard. who delivered the eulogy, I ; w.h burial in Lincoln Cemetery.Harry Opa Lr
the cmpl .,.fft of the Florida NICELY FURNISHED three bedr
Garrett 13<3 NW 65lh
East Coast Oailroad, all clubs, | om house Quiet surroundings BEAUTY Operator Experienced
3 wa, shipped to RidgeUnd. S.
the neighbors of Para villa Ills In Opa Locka (Bundle Park operator wanted' at once. Fran'sBeauty
and NW 4th ave. and 14th st C on' Sept 15 where funeral arrangement area). Desirtous of clean, nice Shoppe. 938 NW 2nd ave
and the House of Albert and its : were completed. quiet family. For Information FR 9-5367.
staff. call NA 16654. tndl
James C chran. 1611 NW 3rd
Again thank to everyone for ave.. was fVll-f'nJufld from the I FOR SALE
everything. May God blc% all ROOMS Weekly, day or night
I
chape 17 1 with
on Sept. at p.m
NW NE
of 5311 30th place. Phone
you. Rev S A Cousin officiating. I GAS STOVE almost new. four
The Stiles Family i\ Burst. was m Line In Cemetery 3-2306 S24 burners glass front 6910 NW'

13th days. to call OX
are
II t-ROBOOM APT. from $1.. 2-
II&rvk'H for Fred 543 16377. SIT
CARD OF THANKSWe. Butler
bedr om from $16. Free water,
NW 12th st. were held from
stove and refrigerator,
manager
the of Church 2-BEOROOlf CDS. Two )tars
family the late Friendship Baptist on on pmniw. 844 NW 70th at
Sept 19 Burial wa, m Liar,aft. young. New sink and water
fence shuttera. $495
FURNffHIRD ROOMS, 727 NW pump ,
Infant Earnest. Kto 1WW Ofrtfc It PL 7-G672' down bargain Opa Locka phone
Harrison st. Richmond Heights, JE 2-1478.

I was laid to ret on Sept 17. ONE KF.I>ROOM unfurnlthed: I
l/JTS. Cheap down payment
All tile bath. Cool,
duplex apt
Jenkins Only $20 per month. One mortgage
Infant : little daughter easterly ehq 1ftAJrfl. Aluminum
rF of Mrs P Jenkins. 52 NW 14th aning* One block from L C Supreme Realty. Phone

$' apt'. wa, lay to rest on Ryan, Srhoo': 2103 NW 75th at. FR 1-5641

S tt. 19 NA 19407.FURNISHED.
2 SMALL Busine*- State Pleat
Catherine DeUreaux of
Mrs room In rear. May be used for
2054 NW 5th Place, died, at Jack- Mrs Mable Q ttl.-tNwm. 1830 efficrncy apartments living quarters See owner at
ton Memorial Hospital 1 on Sept. NW 3rd ave. wa hipped to $1% 5O weekly Adults 15318 NW 2nd ave. Joe'a Shoe
18, after suffering fnm a strokef Jacks nville on Sept 20 where al,.. Call FR 19378. Shop. S24
I :r ten days arrangements are to be made.
ROOK r rant 790 NW 66tb 't.
SMALL CBS building Cor. NW
She ft survived by her husband L&ttHJMfH Hyler Jr. 611 Fi n Center.
18th are and 69th Terr Ideal
Auttn? a ataer. Mrs ROM NW It court apt 8, was fun- -- -
for beauty rarlor barber stoop
Ba.-dcn of N..y.trot". "', erallzed' on Sept 13 from the 3-BEDROOM furnished house, call NE 1-6203. or
Joseph R nf of Miami. and a chapel with burial in Lincoln Ira?*** now at 1401 NW 58ih

rJcce OftfceUa Smonette Funeral Terr and then call owner at CAR. 1953 CadHlae Good motor,
services will be heW Saturday Fred Cade. 447 NW 14th stand OX 6-392: The house may beHirehaird cheap. Call UN 6-799.
pm at St. ).I HY.. C W. ).I.I 1420 NW 72nd .... was fun- ( or rented.

1 Church era lized from the chapel on v' WOULD YOU be Interacted la
I Wedneaday. Sept 21 at 3 pm I-HHDROOM apartment. furnished buying a 2-bedroom horn and
with Rev A Allen officiating Adult eel,. 775 NW 69th It. two efficiencies furnished tor

Range Burial In Lincoln. PL 4.9069. $7,000 L I Iwsh I month. 1044 NW 64th St.
REV WILLIE GAMBLE Mrs Z31a Clayton Clarke *f Mrs, Daisy: Scott. 206 NW 14th PARTIALLY furnished efficiency
to take this method to 1942 NW 56th St., died Sept 16 st. was funerallfed' from M* apt. 1966 NW 60th it NE NW 51st STREET AREA. TWo-
thank the saints and many, sorrowing I m the U S. Public Health Service Carmel 1 Baptist Cbun on Sept 36163.FURNHHIBD. bedroom CBS. Spacious Florida
friend for the kind exprewiia Hospital. BaHimere She 24 at 2JO pm with burial in roam wall-to-wall closet Beautifully -
they ahowed to us dur- I i was a former teacher :In the DaM l.. nco!a. r K m. Cooking facilities decorated.' $15.500 and
ing the Htoecs and death of our I I County school sy4n. and a retired I 198d NW 57th st. NE $3.500 down bone PL 6-7187

dear husband and foster father Captain. in the WAC. Funeral ,CARD OF THANKSWe 3-603
The friendly sister. and sisters in service, "rvtith complete mi.ttary ZONED FOR Duplex 50 x: 105,
tribulation for serving dinner hon n were held Wednesday the family of the late i LOVBLY IK)1 IP for right family NW HAd St and ISth ave
each day of our various churchesand in Trinity CME Church, with GORDON DANIEL 2 3 adults. $24 per week 3500. Phone I'L 8-7187.'
friends who brought in that Father Theodore Gibson officia *ho pasted In' Shelknan. Ga. ''or *i": ell like rent $...0 down

which took all domestic care ting. I 4' Sept 8. wish to thank Ue neighbors 'NE S-SW6 DELUXE Rattan sofa and other
from u* and for the many, manyercoas and friends of 6th court for household: items. Electric stove
: Some didn't have return James CtmnifmHam of 144 A their offttfutneM" during our, FURNI8HI3) DUPLEX. Two lamps and. dining table 632
addreste. and we are anweriag SW 11% ave. Homestead dl< . you in this way others Sept 18 in Ke J 11 Hospital He thank to Mn Edith Brenner islet NW 3trtb ave.. phone PL

will read. Acknowledging cards is survived by his wife. Miry: a May, God We, each and everyone 1-3640 FOR RENT
t'f your charity contribution daughter. Susie; two siaters Mrs- of you Again thanks t o I
floral feces which were of great dame Olyrnrha Minu. and Mildred )- everyone fr eve'ryth4ng. ROOM in private hme.. Man FUHNIKHKD beautiful room with
1231N'W
numbers Also thanks to the Pratt and his adapted Mrs. Annie Luc Toney i only' Quiet neighborhood private bath and private entrance
staff at Perry* Florist for the mother. Mrs Minnie Peasley And Family 5lh tt II. 9-50&2. three d..on 964 NW 69th It.
lovely pot flowers that lasted Arrangement are incomplete
rear Call after 12 noon.
BOOMS.: Clean, on but route.
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all during his illness Tr. the ,
many schools and hospital. per Mrs C ra Clayton of 119Kingston. 1444 NW 11d at Call after 5:00 NICE CBS 3-bedroom house 2bath

sonnets who spared no pain in Brooklyn: died here to Job Opportunities I I pm OX 1.60433DEDitOUM at 1756 NW 6th court. Call

sending expressions as well as :Miami at the home of her daughter. Department .f Promotion, and j HOME. Free water HI 1-5779 Contact owner at 2III
spending many hours in the hospitals Mrs. Gladys Solomon. 1399 Publicity, Oreatte Miami, Urban: 815 NW 5Sth NW 6th court"
and Male sharing with us NW' 55th n Mrs. Clayton was LM8V SH HW Flrrt. St, H.: and retr.city
Jn such a sad difficult time. here in the city to attend the Allen WhMtley, Jr, vocational' Tern OX 1C341CHILD

Thank to every member of funeral o/ her daughter. Mrs ..", Ie.. ...r tary. ,....". Fit FOR RENT
1809 NW 5th ave Church of God Ella Clayton and wa found dead ,."7'. "*" "I i CARE
in Christ of which be pastored Tuesday a f tern-on The body was
29 years. Words can not express sent to Sparta.. Ga.. fer final Custodial Work Supervisor Will give loving care to two 2-B droom CHS apt. Stove
our thankfulness t.OI10U. rites Rodman '* ciWrtn Wtw *n the ages of 1
Punch Operator NW 8110t at 4. and refrigerator. Hot and
Bishop Ed Johnson who Key and 3 1474 apt.
brought the eulogy allow Us to Mrs. Irene Smith of 1236 NW Traffic PlannerBuilding I Mrs Davis. cold I water. Residentialarea.
thank y u. Thanks to the Range 62nd st. died Sept. 22 in Jack- Inspector I
Funeral Home for the great service sun Hospital She it survived bya Mathematician' WILL CARE FOR BABIES for Call NE 43933.
rendered. sister Mrs Gladys Jackson of Surveying Technician working moth *a. OX 1-5930.
Thou art gone precious darling Miami Funeral arrangements Librarian OHM NW glad court indf
never more will thou return. will be announced Engineer .
May yu sleep; a peaceful slumber i Clerk TypistAutomotive I.
Infant Longaworth daughterof Equipment Accessory
until the Resurrection morn.Gussie KindergartenJunta's
Gamble wife Mr and Mr Ednard: Longs- Repairer i MIAMI TIMES ADSDONT
Mrs. Lucille Lewis and worth. of 2141 NW' MU1 .it diedin Engineering AidPb.JkoaI
Science AidErudneering Kindergarten now COST THEY PAY
Magnoi.a hospital Sept 21. I
Mr Queen Nairn, Draftsman f open FREE pica up and deUv-
Graveside serves will be conducted
fetter daughters ( and h.t lunch served daily TODAY
Saturday in Lincoln Mem : Mathematical Computer Technician ore CALL OX 1.0421
Set. 1st claw ArchAW11Wna. Phone OX 1-UW 01
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TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Reducing Club to be Three B's Musical Drivers9 License Now

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 OrganizedThe FestivalYou On SaleAt

2688 NW 82nd st. Ba sate,
Easy Method School of are invited to attend a not sorry. Liability auto Insurance -
Charm Is In the process of organizing special' musical festival on Sun- financed on low monthly
Files the J. E. T. Charm and day Sept. 25 at Bethany Junior payments.GOODMAN'S.
Birmingham Reducing Club. Anyone Interested Academy 5001 NW 25th ave.
in charm or freight reductionmay REAL ESTATEOX
I This program, which Is being t 1-0380
become a member. Tots sponsored by the Cox Band of
have seen and beard about some Bethany SDA Church in the Interest -
Airport Restaurant Suit of the miraculous: change which of the Church building
came about In persons taking the drive will feature some of Mi- NEED CASH
course in Easy Method Charm
ami's most talented stagers.
Birmingham A croup of _--_ I and Reducing. If you want to I $25 to $600PL83653
Negroes ailed cults Monday seeking reduce, this is your opportunity.Slim .I Here's an opportunity for you
a federal court injunction to ConsumationBy down and enjoy It. to spend a most enjoyable afternoon -
end segregation in the municipal, Theresa Redden Membership offer time limited. I hence you can't afford to I
airport limousine and in the airport 6320 NW 19th Ave. For Information call OX 1-1766, mis* itFeatured IDEAL LOAN CORP.
restaurantThe NA 1-0470 or y u may stop in, a %Joists are: Mrs.
two suits contended Negroes In the silence of the hours and talk with Mrs. Tynes at the Bertha Sharpe Jackson soprano; 6105 N.W. 7th An.
were prohibited from riding, In the stillness of the night Easy Method School of Charm : Baldwin Hepburn, tenor and
in the limousine and were denied The soul abscond the body 1540 NW 62nd rt. I Miss Bessie Bethune contralto:
service in the restaurant Like a thief that takes to flight
earlier this month. In search for Its ubiquitous
Maker If you pay a regular household
The suits were filed by the and of little $4.00at
Who its quietly quaffs employee as a*
Hev. F. 1... Shutttesworth. the ItaUnabortlve least one a week, ha or she TV Repaired in Your Home
Rev. Charles Billups, 1... J. Rogers flight Is covered" by octal security. For
and James Armstrong, all of 3 II Information on your responsible 21 in. Glass Picture Tube $21
Birmingham, and Len Holt of Then like the ricpling of an ocean Ity as an employer under the
Norfolk, Va. I Like a mighty rushing wind octal security law, contact your 17 in. GUM Picture Tube $17
In one suit, Shuttlesworthand Like the burning touch of coals nearest social security office.
Holt contend that Shuttle- Upon the naked skin ___ I
worth's daughter Patricia, end Like an eagle flying upward FRED'S MOBILE TV SHOP
Holt Mere not alkTArd to ride in Goes the sou) into the night MIAMI TIMES ADS I
the airport limousine Sept. 1 S. Nona gnostic, altruism 1-8681
MUrray
The limousine service is ope-r-I Sacerdotal in its fU&ht DON'T COST THEY PAY!
aged by City Cab C .
Dut the soul stirring dirgeAs CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY I
In the other suit Shuttles- II
the cadaver slowly passes I
worth Holt BilUips Rodgersand And the debilitated' cortege I __.._--_- -r--_ -
Armstrong contended they Sharing grief with >U the masses
were denied service in the air- Reaches not the soul departedAnd New WFEC Schedule
port restaurant Sept. 7. 'Us no need for altercation
The restaurant is operated by For the soul l I. gone at last EFFECTIVE JULY 12th
Dobbs House Inc. MONDAY THRU FRIDAY
FOR SALEHarmar
To it. final consummation.
Along with the requests for 5:30 ajn. 9:00 axn- I
injunctions the plain till, asked Gospel: Blind Boy,
133,000 damages in each suit AKA Sorority 9:00: to 11 a-m.-TP the DJ
11:00: ajn. 1 pm*--Cd Cook I
POWELL OUT Again Presents l.-OO: to 2 p.nv--Go0pel B. Boy I Inc. Offers in Richmond Hit.
Fashionetta 2.00: to 4 pmEd Cook
FOR KENNEDYNew 4:00: to 7:15: p.m.-TJ the DJ 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOMES
Ebony Fashion Fair did not 5:15 5:30 p.m.-Jim Reid News

York Rep. Adam Clayton include Florida in its itinerary SATURDAY Wood Floors Enclosed Garage
5:30 9
: to a.m.-Sat. Spirituals -
this Therefore, Gamma
Powell Jr. who had mounted -i year
bitter attack on Sen. JohnF. Zeta Omega Chapter is bringingto 9:00 to 2 p-nv -Ed Cook
Kennedy's civil rights record the public something new and 2.00: to 7:15 pm. TJ the DJ
5:15 to 530-Jlm Reid New Open Sunday 2 to 6
earlier this year. Monday hopped exciting "Fuhl<<1etta" which p.m.
aboard the Kennedy-Johnson has been the traditional project SUNDAY
presidential bandwagon. throughout the year will be of 5:30 a.m. to 12 noon. Models:
He announced his "all-out" the same calibre as Ebony Fashion 12 to 3 p-m.-Blanche Calloway
support of the Democratic ticket Fair. 3:00to7:13 p-m_Traffic Jam
and said he would stump for it LATEST RADAR WEATHER Corner Boggs Drive 1 Monroe Sf.
This entertainment is destined REPORTS ON TirE HOUR
in 19 state, and 13 cities acnethe I
nation. to be more fascinating and more'colorful j; HALT HOUR ALL DAY EVERy''
than ever before. The I DAY Ora D. Taylor, Agent CE 5-4246
Powell told newsmen that renowned and captivating Lois I
Kennedy's recent position and Dell of New York City a model
pledge, on civil rights had convinced and designer! of note will be the
him that the Democratic feature attraction. J:6.1oCU "" tU Q rajHay&jft, ?r1Jl1:1IWJDllnilI. !lr 1l mL JI'
nominee would ttrens hard for a
strong civil rights program on Fashionetta will be presentedat
both the legislative and executive Dayfront Park auditorium on The Originators of this area proudly announce
levels.Child's. Nov. 4, 8 p.m. A dance far
adults only will follow the pro- j '

Death Ruled gram. i :

You may secure our tickets < No Hurricane
AccidentMetro Ity.from any member of the Soror- \, Damage

detectives reported Monday
that an autopsy. on the bodyof
a year old child who die d Register Now
mysteriously Saturday showedthe
infant's death was accidental Register your child now in REGAL ESTATESGas
Wenneil Shotwell daughter of Fairyland's Nursery and Kinder-
Mrs. Theresa Shotwell of 10760 garten. New Hope Baptist Church
SW 151 st., Richmond 6600 NW 15th
Heights. ave. Hot meals
fell out of bed and (was fatally served daily. Free pick up and Hot Water and Cooking Appliances GuaranteedNo
injured toy a spike protruding delivery. Ages from 3 months to
from a work shoe. The spike 5 years. Phone OX 1-8832 or FR I
pierced" her liver. 4-4039. indf Interruption of Service During or After the Storm

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The principal and faculty have I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 PAGE 15
returned to hock expressing UMROUND THE MMMM5ty

themselves u having had a most i iI..J
enjoyable tmsmer vacation rest Bi-Racial GroupIs

or study at various institutions. A. H. McKtNZJI AppointedFort SEE THE SOUTsTS

Out principal had four tweets of ........l ..
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study at the University of Wis LauderdaleEighteen LEADING COLORED
consin. Bahamas Olympic sprinter Homecoming members were named to the PSYCHIC READER
Tommy Rbtnon:: finished third in city, W-racial ocmtnUtee Tues
We are beginning classes this the second round of the men's Observance at
day.Their
year in an attractive modem 200 meters on Sept. 2 at the functions will be to discus
building fwhlch is quite a con Olympic Stadium in Rom Italy, St. JamesAn existing problems and make
test to our portable buildings but failed in the semi-finals t. recommendations to the City
with a limited number of teach- when he made fifth place. invitation is extended to Commission for harmonious solutions
ers last year. West Homestead cur many friend and membersto .
Elementary ha, also became West The EJeuthera Taxi Union was ': join with us in our annual Membership Is divided equally' !!
Homestead Junior High as of organized at Palmetto Point by I I Homecoming observance Sunday by race. Fort Lauderdale is the r
this term. Clifford Daring president of the |I and to mJ:y Christian fellowship first municipality in the countyt '
Additional faculty member Bahamas Taxi Union recently. beginning with the Sunday omf or
are as follows Officers elected are Collins "! School at 9:30: a.m. At the 11 to form:; such a committee. % t
Cooper president: A. C. Knowles, am. service choirs No. 1. 2 and
Elementary IVpt- Mrs. June vice president Kenneth Carey. 3 -will render the music. Our Southern
; Negro
Green of Tudteiee Institute anda Let bee ef sign
general )Ma-1 pastor will deliver the message year* efparlaaae
former teacher in Springfield jot recording' secretary secretary.;; Godfrey using as his subject "Does Voter Seen in and pretest yes ttee....... H9sea
Mass.; Johnny Brown honorably | Faith Matter" At 3 p.m. Rev L. a I..u..we. Svtd4. 1M atop. toa
discharged from the armed i R. Brown and congregation from Pivotal RoleNew ...".... fee .insane ta MIII_

forces and a graduate of Bethune Cedric Lewis Jr., and Basil Richmond Height will render York The southern and lev
Cookman College: Mbs Clarice Woodside police constable were the service; at 7 pxn. Rev.' J. R. Negro' voter' may play a pivotal CONSULT Hill.
Davis a first grade teacher who arrested and charged' with robbery Th"mpson and congregationfrom role" (n the OOP's bid this year OONT STAY IN TMI RUT. GET
received her B. S. and masters and rape on Sept. 3. They Homestead will deliver the j ., win some of the South's 127 OUT NOW. ay THE MIL OF
degrees from Ft Valley State. were in the hands of the lam f r service. Dinner' will be served to traditionally Democratic electoral GOD SHE CAN MILS YOU.oMeee .
Mrs. Earlene Johns a graduate the alleged offenses against two everyone attending' St James college votes. NAACP di-
of Florida A and M University Haitians, George Francis and Sunday. rector of public relations Henry ......
and a former teacher at Joyce Jove: ;h. A preliminary Plans are now under way for 'Lee' Mon says in the current 9 ..... 9 tflees. ....
Rainbow Park. hearing rags set for Sept. 23. the observance' of our 12th annUlI issue of The Nation Marazine 1 a.w. WP
Junior High: Mrs. Dorothy They were granted ball of $560 Wcman's Day.him will Mr. Moon says only once !n
Thomson, music Instructor and each' and suspended from the be held Nov 13. Our chairman. I this century" 1916 has the p.m.
formerly employed in Broward farce. Mrs. Lugusta Colston and our vote of tie did South been esfential -
County: William D. SuHlvan so. co-chairman. Mrs. Cleo Moore to the successful presidential 519a.
cial studies Instructor and a long with the captains and the I candidate' And this year
Rudolph B. Dornett of Mr
graduate of Fit. A and M Uni and Mrs. Anthony G. son Dorsett of membership at large are buy I I I the GOP it anticipating a dote DAILY
versity. with vartcti activities in order' .
Polhemus election he aseerts.Ffee
St. is for his
leaving that the goal) of ".000 might be i of ties to local political READING
unkcYf'ar at Howard UDlnr-
Bernard Pennlngton aeDC'eInstructor
I resetted. We solicit the C'
Opr- I machines tfccne voters (Negroes' )
city Washington DC He is
and a graduate of alien of our many patrons, and I ,t.oo UP
t/e4cvrndeitly as in 18)4.
acWK
Morgan State College and majoring in zoology and minor-
Mary I friends in Iwlpl"lK reach .
t. well be N! -ef-power .
land State Teachers College. ing in chemistry and expects to may a SS Years Sjiyirta *aa
our goal
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factor in Vir. Nerth Caroi -
receive the BSe.
Harold Hill mathematics In* June.A degree next II i A friendly band of welcome Is :i Una. Florida. TeRnerr.!! Louis MADAMHUNTER
tru a graduate of Fla.A 1
ruand always extended to you at St iana. Texas and potMy Ceorsjia. -
ana M. James. Come and bring a friend. ." Mr. M.on concludes
Miss formaline Hayes Is our family feud involvtJItX I
new speech teacher this year. persons ended' in the Magis-!I
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program for the year is of major and his wile Ina WIJ.orhf'r' ., I Efficient JOIN FLA.
concern to our school family and mother Caroline Wttliaans;
everyne has pledged wholehearted Aaron Pennerman. his wife. Lu- i 1.BedroomS + AAA Dent writs-Call l. p.rtees.
support toward having clUe and son Joseph were the Bedrame
our gals J for the term become a principal AU of them except O
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reality. Joseph were charged with fighting !50TO.BAY
Thekna S. King, reporterN Rant Office MIAMI TIMES ADS
L. Bethel I 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.
principal The judge told them THEY PAY
: )+w have DON'T COST -
all behaved like a lot of miser' I\ THE BEST IN TOWN
DUNBAR ELEMENTARYState able little children and I shall CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY

School lunch week begin bind each of you over for two Save money
officially on last Monday years on ii G bnd. lie blamed' i
with the reading of the Goftrnor' all of them and told thorn to Cleaned Oiled Adjusted .
Proclamation by "behave' like grownup people"During j Your Watch ,
Nelson L. Adams. Plsns Principal had TOOTH Guaranteed ................. ......... $4.75

been made for our cbtervance, the cast to weeks I ACNE n.. Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00
with the principal's more than 112 students left the I I ,
approval by Watches Radio
1H1. PN NI aMK Class Rings, Luggage, sw
Mrs. Glenn. Dunbar Bahama, for act: wl. of higher ant N
Min
lunch eN11sMe
room Y/a111q/le .......... from $6.95
manager and her staff; Mrs. : learning abroad. Countries selected > II KO. rN IN Guaranteed Watches
Gates music consultant and the are the West Indies, United
music committee and Mrs. States Canada England: and I I M e1xM. asst DAVID JEWELERS

Art Flowers art consultant' and the Scotland. 1188 N.W. 3rd Av. FR 4-1522 : .1
committee; poster bulletin
board displays apecial reports
and soap have all stressed the LIVE IN THE FINEST.
values of the school lunch vital 1
part of the over-all program of CHOICE ONE BEDROOM CORNER APT. Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE
the Florida State Department of ADULTS ONLY
Education. The trpe-A meal u ALSO CONTRACT
5815 N.W. 12th Ave.
defined by the Federal
OOYft'D-1 PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
meet
is a glass of
and Insured
ounces of protein food 1-4 cup Licensed
of fruit or vegetable, and bread I 4 -, cxvcvcvc" C.,.,, Mixed free Free fetlmatUn and Canaultatlan
and butter We have school/ lunchprorrc.m Florida Pain Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.
in Florida to help main ENROLL NOW IN
tain child health today and to Tim payment plan available>-Phona PL 9-3231

teach nod food habits for to SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
morrow.

The Room Mothers group> bad a Life Loaf Profession t
lunch mmmm miammi ***'
with us on last Thursdayas

part of the community education Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
phase Weds observance.Dr Rx For
1011 N.W. 2nd Avenu. FR 4-9998

Chambers- of the Universityof
ac yc yc )
Miami and Mr Howard Mc health three
Millan zone 4. elementary supervisor Take one brimming glaM of glowing
met with the faculty on time a day Her Is a prescription every doctor
last Tuesday afternoon in the would like to write and every pharmacist would like
first of sixteen sessions! of aSelfStudy BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOW to fill for you and sometimes, today, they do just

Chambers will Practicum serve a* consul Dr.; f At $50 Per Space that For with new medicinal miracles and preventive -

tint Mr McMillan Mill work : medicines now available to all at low cost, our

with the group also We will study There Are no Lota Cheaper In national health standard are growing hilt her, our
the
written and oral aspects of
disease rate lower.
communication: in the languagearts Southern Florida

program. When your doctor proscribes these potent heal-

The Teachers' Handbook a 30- EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK I en, our job U to translate his orders into medical

page booklet: developed throughthe weapons specifically<< for your aid. In placing our

leadershp of Principal 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4-8242 skills to your service, we never forget our first obli--
Adams and the committee has
gjven the faculty" an opportunity I .tion-to fill your preacription swiftly and accu-

to evaluate responsibilities of rately.
orgnnization for a good working --- ----
school Using this as a base annual Bring your neat prescription toEDDIE'S
revision of the handbook RUPTURE o PILES o PROSTATE
will be possible.
Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
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DRUGS
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"Building Work Habits a -
riM of sound filmstrips have been Effective p.."'.... nan-surgical' office treatmenta at lew *. tne

presented to and discussed by all .IMS lime, ar fftCoO"'". Av.l surgery and hoepltalltlan. Why

fourth, fifth and sixth grade wear trw 11? Why suffer. deity and get ..,..? I 801 N.W. 3rd Avenue
pupils during the first two weeks i *
of scheduled library periods. CONSULTATION FREE -w".,. pharmacy la a 'r'fessl'.n, net a aldel. !*.*

Primary Story Hours also benD Special meditation, treatments, dleta far arthritis. neurKJa, Mice

this week. The Librarian Mrs. re. bleed ..r..Mvre, sins anemia lost viper. chronic diseases doctor FR 3-9903
Love will attend the Materials c-"c.hrrour
Workshop to be held in conjunction of men and w."' .". ,

with the library section of LONG'S CLINIC e A """1 Health Service
FSTA next weekend at FAUU. DR. for FREE prescription delivery servicew.

Lode for the announcement of j 114 8.W. 1st St. FR $.t7ul REDUCING ,' ,- _. -_.---------
the first regular PTA meeting atJHO41 I
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA tion and the private property better known as Mildred Hodges, JOIN
but she didn't like golf thlt! will no doubt have a -Little M" *
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1960 1 gal. She tore up the golf courses. My friend Irma, Louise Martin Q
Bill Tinder the BUtmore pro, cl Bonded Collection Agencyin
and Woody Laughlnhorse of MIami Liberty City, ha, found something -
Sprogt, began a clean-up more than pigeon peas and
; 'd-M-fim campaign at once and now the rice in Nassau.
links are back In order. Amen,
I Brother. Next week we'll tell the storyof
a pimp his girl and his weap
By DAVE BONDU FOOT NOTES:The "Big M", on. Till then Lve life, every T04AY
golden minute of it Peace.
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UPON returning to the column
last week, I had no idea tha thh r------ Reducing! !
writer was missed so much. It ii WE BUILD. NO MONEY DOWNLot
like I've always said "no man ii .l Lose weight safely
bigger than the people." It makes lag Clyde't Cadillac, you know .t Trim off unwanted 50 silO.. Good for 2 *mit -$1,250
no difference how big or how he's in his glory. As the cat sad inchesi
small he is, if the people dont "Heads, you look like a million CASH PAID FOR LOTS OR HOUSES
like him he is nothm,. O. Reeves dollars. Heads set, "Go can. you .i Learn how to control
gives me the chance to express ain't seen a million dollars. The weight. Don't let weight BRAND NEW-Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath and garage
myself in the Miami Times, and cat snaps back "that what I control
you oak floors tile roof built-in electric kitchen
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sometimes I sound like a crack- mean you look like something Ialn'1 look ,
pot, I know, but I will speak outagainst never seen." Feel younger,
what I feel is wrong younger 1430 N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.

white or black day or night SEYMOUR BARONJE
rain or shine rich or ON THE. LINKS: Word., hasc Visit Easy Method
poor. I am a firm believer that -ne to these ears that Grace 8-1340 JE 2-4343
no two wrongs make a right. So Wade and Vera Williams are School of Charm
regardlcs of what you think of really improving their golf 1540 N.W. 62nd St.
me remember I still love all of games. It's too bad that Donna
you. came into Miami. She didn't do O1S Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
too much damage- to the popula

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ABOUT THAT 15th Av*. bftween WW WW
62nd and 71st It.. It's P
nearly half done. Will we rate a
traffic light at 62nd .t.7 Last Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
year Garth and Yours Truly ask-
ed the city' engineers to take a A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY .
survey', which they did and we
were told that not enough traf-
rue passed there t? warrant a .' .
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tight yet there are plenty of .;
lights in the downtown and oth- }. 1' .; --' '
er areas with less traffic than I
that spot. Our Sepia Mayor, ;
Charles Hadfey. sex he's going to .
request that a light be installedat
tak crowing. If a light U P'Jt:
there, ytu'll' know our Mayor A
still on the ball. n

SHORT RIBS Look for the
grand re-opcnlng of the Sir John
Knight Beat Supper Club. At the
time it cloned I wasn't writing
but I'm definitely back now and .'
I'm gcena say it, if it kills me
If somebody opened a place giving
honest to goodne, ISO bills
with every $1.00 purchase, by This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
gum you'd let the place fold
If the Sir Jcfcn Knight Beat
up.had been opened In OJus it would: HOME AND INCOME. 2 HOUSES FOR PRICE OF ONE. FOR A TER-
have received more support than
we gave it. Toe prices wree real- RIFIC BUY. SEE THIS! FURNISHED, CITY WATER. ONLY ONE
ly right much less than you
could find anywhere else and MORTGAGE TO PAY. LIVE IN ONE, OTHER NOW RENTED. CLOSETO
the atmosphere looked too expensive -
for you didn't Its The SHELL'S. 3 BUS LINES.
food 1s excellent and the service Only $795 DOWN

was Miami superb customer. yet except-we Quentin saw no SEE 1045 N.W. 55TH TERR.

'r-- ..A hit charming trite. ._
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at' u -------- ..-.or
Atty. and Mrs. Arlington, nDr: r
and Mrs Shirley and only a few
others taking advantage of a fine
2-BEDROOM CBS HOME
place that should not have had HANDY MAN'S SPECIAL Cute amall house for couple, I

to c1 *e. We need places like this widow. : Total price only $11,000. $1,500
to take cur out-of-town visitors Only $195 Down I
to and to lend some class to our ONLY $395 DOWN : down, $70 monthly pays all, in
city. It it not connected' with the Total Price $4,995 eluding insurances and taxes.
Sir John except that the name is I
used because of k atlon. Try it, 1 mortgage only $50 month. If This will sell fast. First deposit I 54% mortgage, FHA. Priced

you'll Perry' Papoose thank has me. spent The a owner lot of, you are strong, handy, h a T will hold. Total price 6500.I low Close to NW 52nd St. and
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money to make a nice place fee tools. This is it. $60 monthly. See 7531 NW 15th NW 17th Ave. A good buyII

us to take our friends and have Ave.
some place to "go out" ourselves, See 7610 N.W. 15th Ave.
s> let's at least show him we appreciate r
hU efforts. It is not ambt r
club. It is a surper club. A
jupper club with good food reasonable Brand new Liberty City 3-be-d*
prices and fine service. 3 UNITS LIBERTY CITY
Men shouldn't mind wearing a New 3-bedroom CBS just fin- rooms, utility, shower doors,

Jacket and tie one night a weekto ished. Move right in. Only $495 Down blinds. Close to schools busea.
take the wife or girl out. Let's
get a little cl.ass in Miami. $695 Down Close to bua lines, shopping. Seeus. Only $995 Down

We have keys. One
mortgage.
PEOPLE are talking about the Also 10 like this one now being
month.
$85 1 6
Open
Sunday to
stranpe disappearance of Miami 3-bedroom apt. and also 2 1-
Carver Hotel manager. Eddie p.m. See 1541 NW 154fh St., bedroom built. Pick yours.SUITABLE .
left the hotel Tuesday' apartments.
on mornIng -
with his boss car The car Opa Locka Beauty.
was found Wednesday by police -c ::-
4, en 14th st. at 6th ave. Eddie isback
j' now, after having been i
e found in the hospital We will i BROWN SUB SPECIAL SEC. 213 FHAIf
give you more details: later Rainbow Park Homes aa pictured
r above under construction. Yes. 5 bedrooms, 2 baths CBS. you want to build a church,
PRETTY GIRL of the Wttk: now Terrific for big family. One recreational center, store, units)
Barbara Gray Williams. Pick yours. Put up deposit. Pay
Man about town: Clyde KU- mortgage only. Can rent out we have a large piece of ground,
built.
aa house being Gorgeous3bedroom
lena. 1 rooms. Price just $11,500 total. zoned for above. 170 x 200 ft.
Policeman c.t the week: Jim carporte, screened
: my Wilson (badge 289) Florida Opa Locka NW 24th Ave., 200
/ j Public servant of the week: room. $1,500 DownSee ft., NW 153rd St., 170 ft. Terms
Lillian Price (Sir John Restaurant -
ONLY DOWN :
I ) $995 usll! arranged.


,t C THE WIND blow and the you 7il'"V"Iii _.....iiiii .. 1111"" ..."
know what Slew Yes, the ole ax
has fallen again at the Sir John.D. SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET
T. Reid ha* gone by the wayside -

Wade, ,and was the given Bellman nc4lce.Cleveland I think REALTY PL 7-1645
FAIR I
D. E. was doing a nice job and
he was liked by quite a few
t people. He I* always good for a
laugh and a, far as Cleveland is We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including SundaysList

t,, concerned the wcrkU be hey bunt got got Goose a worryIn Ta- your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paid

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