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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 8, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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38TH YEAR_ ,-NO. 7 = MIAMI: FLOIRDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1960 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES




Thurgood Marshall Speaks I II






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I I $ :NEGROES STAGE VOTE DEMONSTRATIO I

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I ATLANTA A group of about but those qualified" who insistedon several conducted by the Southern dale. Miss Ja 'n. MtIa.:
N fI 50 Negroes appeared at the office registering Were all -wed" to Christian Leadership Conference Louisville tr tYi d Atlanta -
h .f i t..J: FuH! n County board of register for future clectloni. I In 14 Southern cities "
r.-l11U": Monday and demanded The spokesman said about 11 Monday
I cd o be allowed!' to regteter to j of the M were registered Monday. At Tallahassee Leon County
I x v... They I The Negroes were tRIerRwd I vote in the general election oran Shreveport' Montgomery, Birmingham Cole said ab ut 20 Negroes had

rttat. ?: n deadlines for all eiec- ; other election ttm year but Nashville Tmkegee. rrgktered Monday She said the
4 < :) 0 year have long sto>|" could vote next year. Ala. Petersburg Va.. Tallahassee Negroes had not come as a group

s :::;cd. a board spokesman ,ald.I I The deter tutrahon was one of Columbia_, S. .,C, Durham; darks- but individually or in pairs.
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FOR Court Tells Baptists



PART IN RIOT Settle Own
Dispute
Thurgood Marks': ', direct! rrou.nst' Jacksonville Juvenile Court I i f
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of legal defense of the _
Judge M. Goarfmff Wednesday -- -- - -
NAACP ..')! address a miss
sentenced six teenagers to Qbe" The niiladetetua Common 6r
Bethel
Greater
at AME
Church meet.ng 245 NW 8th "'reef n Florida Snyc Industrial Seh ol at Pleas Court shook off Jurisdlcti ROBBER WHO
Mariana for mak.ng and throwing nil rrcponaibifHy (Last week in
Friday night Oct 2) at 8
pm fire bombs the. Tuft of the contending factions
following theAuffuJt BEAT OLD MAN
Thi will be the first tame :in
racial turbnces' here of the National! Baptist Convefttkm -
ten that Mr Martha!! ha-
year
He ordered Bohbv and left the body to set
Rivera. 18,
been of
!in this area Because
heavy responribiUtiea and an b red over to Cireutt Oxtrt to its wn house in order GETS 10 YEARS
stand trial The sort was the outcome of .
overcrowded schedule. both M an a4uk for centnteHfeMe -
this cotmtrv' and abroad. MrMarahall's .n to the dsHnquenfy of the" confual n that developed during Willie Benjamin Thomas 22, r 4s
rare here minors by eneouraariiNe. the other the BOtfc seaien of the convention who beat a 7J-year-okl grandfather -
appearance Sept 611. into unconsciousness while
their '
boys to terrorism
should create a treat deal of ia-
In a ItUw<"'ge opinion. Judge rubbing him has been sentencedto
tcrest An ther ,....,.. Elie Durham. Joseph SJea r. president of the 10 yean In Florida State Prison.
Known M -Mr Civil FUfflU 17. to in tofl on a similar cbarg PhOadebphta" Court of Common .
Thurgood Marshall is not one of fee abbot hal. ttrafogfetcft Judie Oondinra three of I nthx out that JuHfdictton existed Criminal Court Judge GeorgeE.
) the United Stale, but U an the' aentoneed youths were mem p in the District' of Columb.a ScfeulU sentenced the robber :t .
Hkaptrifif speaker. He become bens of the Bourne-rang Gang where die convention' waj farm after hearing Max Scidermantmnbf.ngly .- -- -
special counsel for the NAACP !n comp ed ol young Negro who ed a. a ration, and that the testify that he w a a Trophies of all description
corp
.1938 and has appeared before the 'te said: have been responaabte for body "has no chief place of busmej beaten over Ue] head<< with apaperwraiied were awarded gradual beautlc-
Supreme Court *t the United rat&H... 1t+eaektag aM ee4ealsftcase m this county"The bottle and r b- lana attending Caesor's Un1yu.it -
States t- argue 16 COM' He hx and .bullying/ other youths4i decision leave Dr. J. II. bed irf his 'wallet' and 122 ln his of Cosmetology tecond annual -
won 14 of these C'NM. .f whicH recent" month Jackson of Otoieage as presidentf pawn hop at 425 N Miami Ave prom held at the popular
the blfffeet victory come" (>n May the convention. .last July 29. King of Harts nit club the
17. 1954 when the of S..4. 22. The three outstanding -
Supreme night ;
The Bvwnerag and other Luc WvtAt.). lawyers for "1 betted' him net to kill me
Court of the United State dt-- girds* were presentedt
ga.*s hove been blamed by plane "- the Card or Taylor faction filled Mot he kept" smashing me and
dared that segredMlo. in pub- !! winners of first second and
an atipaal' wttte the PennytvaruaSpreme MM 'D.c. die die. Scidennan
aM N.,re loaders far M4H'ia
be fCt Oto la UACOAtti tuttoA.il I Court I' aid. third places among the "coenbouU" : -
Make your plant now to .hoar >f the vand!tM wtess broke out contesunu.

this. great Afhtcr for civil ngh-a after the Awe :rr rod.! e.. ,..... The photo above reveals Mia:
Bernice Johnson <4 18531 NW
- --- I 17th place Opa Lock. who won
: I Getting I second honors. Miss Johnson also
Negro Councilman S Negroes
ays Better'I proudly I wears the crown ah*
*'on M the bool'* second
'I "Queen" to be selected at t h ouniversity.

City Police Should \ Government Jobs a hlghUght. The of ouronation the prom.sons A

r und trip flight to Nassau wentto

Washington The ruTber oft --- Queen Johnson, <.who U n o w

Enforce Better Conduct '' grow rmpl) yed by the federal employed at Helen's Beauty Shop,
government m upper grade Jobs 3 YOUTHS GET 712 NW 2nd a**.
First plAn tic phy among e"o..cnboutl"
'as increased harpJy from 19Sto DEATH PENALTYJacksonville
conteatanU was
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OJCVELAND" Car Councilman Pre.dent EiaenHnwer'* committee A JurY ('OnYU"'- awarded to MUs Louise Jenkins
FBI NABS MOST Lit Jacky n. a Negro this on government ff1\Pl'RMftt i-d three young he'egrroae Friday f w.h.l. third prize tru hy went 10Mws
week urged e4t> evommeMs vo polk- reported today first degree murder in the holdup Annit Fine.
WANTED _..... m've of their Negro Fissure released by Archibald slaying of white grocery owner,
CRIMINAL IM..letMAt -no enlorw bettorJaeJuon Carey Jr., attorneyclergymanand Arnold Richardson June 9 Simon It. The verdict means a
er chairman of the committee The jury returned a guilty verdict mandatory death sentence.
N..t' .nw-) I3.MAf, W, of Miami. showed the cver-ali increase without roc nwr.t-r,4.tu-i> of Circuit Judge Bayard ChkkU
one of the FBI' 10 mist waatodmen. Mid that currently ince 1 IBM in Negroes employed' mercy against Willie Young :.. Mid be would hand down the
is under a-m: Saturday at city (ovatn* ints rapt.,t too little in frado ave through, 15 for the Cav.n; Thomas, I'. and Harold sentence later
Buffal. NY. 'f M e MPO r.jsd.RII aM tinrefaeevi five cities was M jr cent By ----- -
;:.... ...."" AA after B I. too fell.. He aaM a t,....,..? rttie the Increases were Wash- '

tale .pot and ddaet/ee aur- nattem of hontMnc N...o misbehavior j in 4 n. 74 per cent' ; St. Louis, Mays Grads Lead .
founded the afsitmint houe ha evolved throughout tht 168 per cent; lot Angeles! 175
where be was playing cards. ... rAt:rrCwadtttsm per cent: Mobile. per cent
had Leas dour h. .. "arrnod whtrh we.qld not he and Chiear 128 per' cent
and oxlfemely' ...* ..." .Me tokratud is 'wWte tiidkhqrh4)A4s, Anmia' f>ar ta the cadet range Trek To Collegesto
carried an open aek knife were use road" ed 1nh. 4eere ae4Inr- from M 945 $4! 333 in grade five -
arrested but offered no resis .'>>-d. he said '.. $13 710 $15,090 :m grade 1$.
tanceBaans Sack,+.n e'led a rtreel on the >t'dlna to a local survey and strong motivation on the partf
w.etad in eonn et: n ri'jt's East tlhdr oxamolef conducted in schools here
aa an Post Office Robbers high the arts' Negro parents to
with the murder ol Mrs Cur:ley' 1 double Maa4ardt -C.. d..ub> Mays: High at Cuulds took third send their children to college wu
B Raymond of o.kJ.a4 Pan.T1a. parked"< parked :.n bu starsranted Get 25 Years place jimong the schooLs f Dad r red.led by Mm, Juanlta Hamtxrry. -
on March 5. n the sidewalk, street raving the highest pi-rrenUge of assistant principal for
To who robbed a post
The FBI said the murder wan men **
'nitorora in tans which hr! >rkpedeatrtaa quad graduate ibis guidance
a pretty brutal ahootiaf" and and abuse pmhy Mice sub-stat in Miami and year. gait year Mars had U.I Mrs Margaret Gilkey director
beat the clerk aeatMSead
were -
that Dares tffampjpearod inrnedlateijr and. tK*> noise and violenee ifife up and in 19GQ it has 74.4 of guidance said that a hlxn
federal ,
to 2S each in the
yoas
afterword. He w.. joufk4
uent figlri* I riRc c eondantgsrogjsifeta Miami Brach High nu the number of athletic icfinlsraMgaavailable
Atlanta Fridayby
rn a federal fugitive .mat tor .. ...00- ke sosri peotontiary at U.I and Cor.
M Federal Judge Jaw.,h IJeb-. aiglwat percentage, to Nc:,raooe plus th. tack
fleeing Florida to .avoid'" pro' <<"- : The c vikcitenaa j aaid the same Sonteneed were John Henry ai, Cables Higli U second waifs c-f local job owurtunittoft f J

enndtti s < weald never be toter144 Man ", and Henry Lrta, 41. 77J ia percrojiige &It 1980 graduw4tJl titan were also possible taetgn. J
I !in the while &tig* NtH Hj<. aMI r iiof Uten( kns.
CUBANS RENAME A'eistaat U S Attr StaaJnyBr N'+rth Dada filth another Negro Last spring the number of
-, - --- "B* said Ihls' w* tile mtntmums school exe* 4e4 the county Dada County srnloni who nuda

MINE 'HARLEM'SANTIAGO r. .fIft1dWI.!*.., An anaauryewi.rt :*M ncv under federal law 1M'xh average with 63 per' cent! PhilMeyer college, plans was 3.664 compdired -
Cuba One 'f 'M r the workers renamed an offense The men Vole writer of the article U 2.8M last year, Whether
taster Cuba largest manganese t as a tribu'.t- to "the suffering 1; $149 and slugged Frank Morrerk "* I statod: many have carried out their ta.
mines. whieh u*.4 h be< called! colored jw'pla o< oDe UttsledStstss <-* et ****! brands 9t89, ?fX i, "A *bfi\ pr frafft '.....&11 tension U the Cfeafeo Re4 e4et it acmr>> GIlt St, and Sad loVe.Ii' geared to cohere preparation" Miss /,



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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA -
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PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1960'AlongFreedom'sRoad Fathionetta PUBLISH

P'''' ...- yy- ..., ,,- "....... .- fly Milt, OMUt1U Did ycu know that Fashlon- JOURNAL

r etta 1WO nrlll be presented No-
vembef 4 at Bayfront Park Auditorium -
Plans have been computed to
WeVe getting' something new that
know
? Did you you
issue a souvenir journal commemorating
at office. It's called effkden-
our Fashionetta is presented b1
dedication
r business the ceremonies -
F -- By RUTH PERRY cy. My growing byeleaps Gamma Zeta Omega chapter of of the repaving cf NW
or-_ .... ...... ........ that's and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority? by the Greater Miami.
bounds and at times out feel that Did you know that Miss Lois I chapter of the National Business
and they
staff in 1934. became special bound
On Friday evening Oct. 21, Bell of New York City is the I
Thurgood Marshall, director- counsel in 1938 and has appearedbefore the office machinery Is lagging FashkoetU1P60 League.
feaotured model for have been
reorganization The rates per page
the U. S. Supreme Courtto behind. Therefore
counsel cf Legal Defense for the Fasholn Fair Is
make
? (Ebony scaled down to it possiblefor
10 He has won 14 i* setting In
NAACP will address a mass argue cues. of our
touring the western part our 1 cal members and community -
meeting at Greater Bethel AMC of these cases. This Is standard procedure n country.) merchants to participate.
Church 245 NW 8th at, at. a growing construction business, A full page $17.50. one-half page
GREAT LAWYERMr.
pjm. Since Mr. Marshall is avery A : since the operative end of the Did ycu know that Alpha $10 one-quarter $$.00. $3.00 for
infrequent visitor to the Marshall directs a staff of business always gets first con- Kappa Sorority sponsors rathIonetta one-tifhth and patrons 50 cents.
Miami area due to his manycommitments six paid, full time attorneys, two sideration. and the poor pencil to raise funds for our
both in the United project' aid to the handicapped Samuel Payne, chairman nt
of them white, and 40 to 50 v 1- pusher is sunjosed to keep
States and abroed, it will be avery unteer lawyers around the coun- "write" up with It. The bock- ? Did you know that Alpha entertainment, has completed
great privilege for all of try. Through the years, Marshall creeper gets far berind becausehe Kappa Alpha Sorority has purchased plans to engage our two school
us to hr him once again. and the NAACP have led the gets n> extra help. As the an auditory-training unit bands Dorsey and Northwesternand
Mr. Marshall will, of course.xpeafc fight against lynching discrimination boss figure, this lowly non- for teaching the deaf? there are more attractions to
about civil rights and in voting, employment, productive employee is underfoot Did you know that this unit. be added. C. G. Roll*' ha* been
legal defense. Because of his housing and public transp ela so why add to the ver- has been presented t Floral appointed' chairman of the pro-
many experiences his speech tion. But of course their biggest head Then too, with the speedup Heights Elementary Soho? duction committee in charge of
should be most interesting. victory came on May 17. 1934 in the field, this pen-ned in Did know that this unit producing the journal; Samuel
Since all .f with few of the you Senior, Rudolph Lavarity. Freeman -
us, very when the Supreme Court I Individual is not properly posted enables the teacher to instruct
at least
tin
in the democratic way of in public schools is un for the inefficiency and Fincher and Neal Adams also
time?
life, your presence at this meeting constitutional. lack of balance in the office. Roger Williams have been named
is urgently requested. We Being uninformed, I waste valuable Did you know that you helpedus to work on the production of
.hope to have Greater Bethel About 300 cases a year are time tracking information to do this by supporting the Journal.
AME Church filled to overflow- handled by Marshall's office and I down, ao I can keep up. Fahfenetta
Ing. at the present time, have about Did you know that some lucky In Miami Dr. Sidney Cox will
20 cases going against segregated We'll fet the machinery w rk- lady will be crowned represent' the committee. All
THURGOOD MARSHALLI schools in Southern: .states. ing mioothly soon, if the b i g young",.u.* Faihionetta. 1W0?" members of the chapter: will be
Many' people have appeared disturbed wheels start turning in the same working t" make the league's
happened to be going thru about the persistence of direction I predict that in a few As a bonus to you Gamma first journal a success.
some old papers and clipping Ihave Marshall's office in going ahead weeks well be back to normal Om ;a chapter Invites you to
saved over the years pertaining with, as many school suits asp exhausted, but with a little more enjoy dancing following Fash-
to civil rights and the :sable. and some have labeledMr. understanding cf what we are ionetta (for adult nly) MIAMI TIMES ADS
NAACP, and I came across one I Marshall -reckless" in so trying to accomplish. I'm at a
You know, don't that al)
I had saved of the front page of doing as their thinking seemsto Ion as to what I is transpiring at AKA's have ticket you for you at DON'T COST THEY PAY
the New Y rk Time the follow the old Southern line this moment, though. ( N o wthere's
edition telling of the United a price of $130 CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
-that the South is just not readyf a prophet and loss statement D a't Miss Fashionetta, I960!
States Court' decision
Supreme
r these things yet, Supreme f r you!)
on public school If1rrf'< showed a picture cl Mr. Marshall U the present pace keeps up.
and two other attorneyswho PATIENT BUT DETERMINED I'm going to have an account
were there for the school called "Reserve for Depreciationof
suit standing on the steps of the Thurgood Marshall is a patient Worn out Do kkeepers" eel up Phone OX 1-9151
Supreme Court building in man as well aj a cautious Meanwhile. I'm so busy and
Washington. I particularly noticed one. lie answers his critic by dizzy learning to be efficient,
the dignity, forcefulness saying that the NAACP waitedfor I'm not getting much work
and vitality of Mr Marshall as I*" years after the Supreme done! MANKER FUNERAL HOME
It was shown in his picture. Court decision, and that at present -
In the public mind, I think there are about eight S uth-
NAACP k largely personified ern states that refuse to move. go alow We follow the Court's
today by Thurg-od Marshall To quote Mr Marshall We are orders; we move with 'deliberate Community AmbulanceCourteous
'Mr. Civil Rights" u he has left with a clear choke: to seek speed. -
been called many time Mr. court action or to abandon thefight.
Marshall is a talL vigorous six- We have no choice We Commonly l ackn U-ledfrd! to be
footer, who joined' the NAACP will D.t: go fast, but we unnotA the NAAC4" chief .tralegi't, Mr Efficient Service
Marital) U brilliant and forceful -
speaker u well It will be a NICK FERGUftON JAMES C. HILL
rare treat for the Miami area to
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SATURDAY OCTOBER 8, 1960 PAGE :3

-. THIS and RECEIVE HONORS

ti o- Drowned Woman day and sheriffs officers said she
Washington, DjC. The may hare been a hurricane Don
deans of three of Howard Uni
be Donna victim.'
May na
THAT .- versity's undergraduate schools .
and colleges tday announced Victim The body, clad only In red
their honor rolls for the 1959-00 dress hd been in the water fora
school year. The croup of 228 TAMPA The body erf an lone time, officers said They
By RUTH N. POLITE students include 28 from: the unidentified woman was found added it was possible she could

.----------------..-.-...-....-..-..-. ------. School of Music 78 from the floating in the Hillsborouxh River have died during the hurricane
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School of Engineering and Architecture n"with of the city limits last Fri three weeks af?.
A ONE-PRICE STORE. Nature Rev. S. A. Cousin is the pastor and 114 from the College
keeps a one-price store. She lets of Liberal Arts. All attained
you take what you want but you an average or better during the FRanklin 4-3269
pay the price, and often leave The Department' of Classrcom past reboot year
that which i* infintely more valuable Teachers of the Natnal Educati'tJ DR. JAMES R. LJNDSEY
than what you take. Association met jointly with They !mill be cited during joint
representatives from the D a d e Honors Day Exercises Oct. 4 The' PODIATRIST
There ate men who spend the County Teachers Aaen. and the program was held at 11 a.m.ln, Foot and Disorder
Creator part of their lives in accumulating Classroom! Teachers Association' Andrew Rankin Chapel. Leg

money, intending on Monday in an initial organizati S a.m. ta 2 p.m. 4 p."" ta S p.m.
tome day to settle d-wn and enjoy net meeting for tee expressed The hon r students represent
life. To their many things purpose of formulating 24 states and the District of Columbia 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami Fla.
which appealed to them when plans for the Regional Conference ; one U. S. territory; the
they were young. They are past i which will be held on Miami Federation of West Indies Hong
learning to enjoy travel. bo'fc'. Beach in the near future. The Kong and ISther foreign countries I I .
music, or art because their sense group was cemp sed of Betty The Miami students are:
of beauty ras dulled from lack Stauzenberger. NEA Conference Daniel L. Akins. 1530 NW 1st
I Phone OXford 1-044 Here t t. 1-1 U 7
of use. Friends are lost in the coordinator Dr. Carl flair, court apt. 10 and David Robin
same way. The faculty of making Emamiel Fryar. Pres.' DCTA;I son. 1512 NW Mth Terr. Both
friends has been expended in Alan Statton. Pres CTA; SeimaHayden. are in the college' of liberal arts. DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS
the making of mney. Clifford Matthews, Ar-
vel Morgan Angeio' Pate, Ruth OPTOMETRIST
The way to enjoy life is to live
Polite Mill flail Marion Shannon
as we f o along. Being "too busy Mrs. Williams to
to entertain friendships er to Emma Shf'lf'l' ,. Irene Straugh. ANNOUNCES THE OPINING OP HIS OFFICE

write a cherry note to a friend ter.
rill most surely result tn ever- Address Dorsey PTA EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES

lasting regret
The sixth annual 1 Leadership The D racy Junior High School
Men think they are making a i Conference for local association PTA will meet on Monday night 6823 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Florida
great success of life because leaders m-IIl meet they are getting ahead faster of BeoUtu oekman College for High School Auditorium at 8 p.m.
than their neighbors. But they a two-daJ--'t 6-8. Workshops Guest speaker of the evening
are losing something far nip re will be centered around the gen will be Mrs Marme William
precious than they are gaining. eral theme "Kn w Your FSTA"
Mrs William, part presidentof I I
The conference Is +feonsored by Colored YALES S. LUNIN CLINICHours
the Arkansas C agrees of
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andttW
NBA. FSTA State De-
Mrs ANN COLEMAN was I PTA the 8th s resident of
royally entertained by her many parfeaem' of Education. Attending the National Congress of Colored 10 a.m. 1 p.m.

friends on her birthday in September the. Willie meeting' Mae are James Eddie David Stephens. Parent and Teachers served Evenings 5 p.m. 8 p.m.Closed<< Tuesday
Amid farty decoration. Florida in the same capacity She
flowers, gifts and a huge birthday Simmons. James Cherry HerbertCebb was the firth president of the Take bus No. 14
Mawtte Melfenry. FloHawkins.
cake baked' by Mrs' Cornelia Florida Congress" and served with
Glenn and Mrs, Amanda Franklin William. Dor. Aurora thy Miller Crawford Clinton great distinction adding increasd 2237 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1.1801
the guest had an evening f mrmt erhip and dynamic program
fun which will long be remembered Carmeta Brown. Colin Waultan, to that body She con-

by all Those present Dave Aoc+ne. AnHel! Miekens.Ear'ne tissues her active" support and interest .---- .- _. _-
were: Mesdames! Carrie Arnold clifott..alf'f'kt Kemp' in every phase of the PTAw
Lucretia Coleman, Katbenne Alma Crawf rri. Walter F- rk in Florida and holds a dfememberahip RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE
Cold ell. lona Duke. Dens Good Lucius Jaeksen. long Duke Dr. In the National. Con-
Erkl Rails Steel 0 Cohen, Rectal Diseases Varicoe Veins
man. Pearl Md erot. Ethel Pn- grew f an honorarv national > 4
Lucille Reed Victoria Rogers FSmawoel Frvar. Prea DCTA; and members" of the
mus. president Effective. ptlnUt. .. non surgical dike treatment* at low s.s-
Flora Straeban. E. C. John Pineknev. Marlon Shannon national executive committee
no .lees time IftC. .. Aveld and he
and Annette MeNea! er eurjery spttallaatlon. Why
Thomas, Annie Mae Twine, MaryC. .
Wright. Sadie Vincent and Mrs Williams has d tt'dAMrb wear trueaf Why suffer, delay' and get .e,..,
30 t school PTA
years
Sarah Yaeger. HFARTFELT SYMPATHY!' is and community service CONSULTATION FREE .

extended to the family of Mrs. Special ", .dtca".... tr tmenta. diets' for arthritis, ..."...... "I.eera. .

The George' Tinkers (Verne T.) Ed Bailey WitUams in the'r! bleed preeewre. elnu' anemia. lest ...,er. shrank. diM....
had their dinner guests last hours f sorrow clams for
as FREE! 2 dance af men: and wemen.DR. .
Saturday evening, the J. Lang
Ken haws and Col Claude Clark. WHDDINR ANNIVERSARY price of 1 LONG'S CLINIC A General' Mh' Service

The occasion marked M the,..birthday Kevahaw areettoav to Mr and Mrs Chester IMS S.W Ut SU, FR 3.2741 REDUCING
anniversaries of Fine Arts Conservatory
McDaaielw| Sr! Oct T. and
(Mamie and Col Clark Mr and Mrs I Maxwell.. Oct!
11 Carver YMCA
Usher Board N 3 of Greater I
Bethel AME CHureh was. delighted BIRTHDAY Greetinjat" to
over the surceful program Thanta* Jew, Jefferson Reaves
which wa.< held Sept 24 Chares: ST. Lucia Karris, Sash Anders BrownsvilleImprovement STAR MEAT MARKET
Williams gave a ualeyue and timely SAA. Ort 6.: Sadie Murray. Jennie Ass'n
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Elk* i'ier w. Marten Henrv
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PAUL HENRY

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The murderer of Judge C.E.
ChlJllngrworth and his wife, who
disappeared fr m their Palm 1i'vvThPc\1 '

Beach home five years ago might
be knorn when three suspects,

Main' Offk at 740 N.W.1Sth Avenoe-?he.i S OX 1-0421 now under arrest are Investigat been'
ed. Floyd Holzapfel ha
branch at 111* H.W. Third' Ave, Miami FlwHda-Phone FR St2SI named as the killer.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES I

ONE YEAR $....0 SIX MONTHS 12.79 THREE MONTHS '1.7\ The bus strike U till on but
Mlamians are riding free Mr.

H. E. SIQISMUND REEVES Id"". Pawley furnished the buses, the
Garth C. Ft.." ... Managing Editor' and Buslneaa' Manager driven are working free (some 1
are being given tips.) Ibw long
this arrangement will last rem-
Member of the AmiocUted Kecrn' ........ mains to be seen. Your Browser
Member of UM 5a4kmal Jfewapmper' Ptthllaher Association will bet when it's all over bus
riders will be paying higher
KiMered" a* fWood ClaMt Matter. Aacnat 9, 1927, at the Post Office fares. Of course I hope I am :-t.+aa't ,.., ;
at Miami. Morld. under the act of March ft, 1076dlKIX wrong in this prediction

) OF Til R NEGRO PIIERS" ) yp.mI MAKE SURE THAT

TIIR %XKflllO; PKRHS believe* that Amertea ran be t lead the world Why try to cross the bridge' ......... -
from racial and national antajctnnUm when It Arrorrla to story mannxardhw before we reach it? Or am I ..-z-
of rare, color or erred' hla human and legal right Hating wrong in thinking that's what YOUVOTE
Metro has done when it was decided -
ato man f-Hnc no man -the .N'ecro PTPMI .'rh... to h Ip every man relations
to hire a public
In the firm belief that all men are hurt M lone a* aIIOIMI" held<<
consultant at a cost of $SOOO to
hack.I .
let the public know that taxes
next year won't be as bad as is
REGISTER and
NEGROES AS BIG LEAGUERS rumored. The city Is expected to ,
pay $%000 of this amount. Maybe
Robert King Hflh poses this
BY DEAN GORDON
B. HANCOCKWith
action. I think he is right so.

the world seriea In the duatry and education' and the
offing quite naturally it 1st timeto dramatic arts. I Lad Sunday at Bethel AMC I
talk baseball Fcr yean and Church the Rev S. A. Cousin
years the iworld series was an occasion It U just as well for this coun. pastor a collection was taken BARRET'S SHOE KLINICWe
of great humiliation for try; to realize that we are in a'! for the Graham-Gibson defence
the devotees of the National Ufe and death contest with an fund. Recently at a mass meeting specialize in Orthopedic Work
League of which the writer was implacable toe that seeks to draw in Mt. Zl-n Church of which
one of the most ardent, our life's blood and that the time the Rev. Edvard Graham 4* pa.. 1I7VS SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
to utilize all of its resources Is tor this fund was started The

October after October we now The historians of the future fines imposed against( thee men Henry C. Davis, Owner
.watched the National Leaguers will write long about the great I amount to $%.400, Then too they
'play dead" bef-re the mighty reservoirs of human resources have quite a bit of tf a veiling and Cartwright Sweating, Shoe Cleaner
Yankee or before the American that are ring to waste because of other expense
Leaguers in the All-Star fame; the vagaries of race prejudice.
and then without notice we saw Bethel's pastor has set a g'od
the National rise and resent the Not only is this same race' pre- example, it other churches follow
role of baseball's underdog. We Judice( a moral corrosive but it tf there should be little difficulty -
noted also the infiltration of Negro an economic and social deterrentin in raising at least the
a situatl n that demands our 2400. BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt
In the National League after all.
the advent of Jackie Robin-
Federal officials this week $50 Per Space
son.
Negroes are being used to great
effect in the world of aports, why warned the public to be on the
And now iwe read in a recent lo kout for counterfeit U S
can they' not be used as citUerut There Are no Lob Cheaper In
edition of Sports Illustrated u whose potential could easily spell money orders smuggled into this
explanation of the NationalLeague's
the difference between nation*tl! country from Cuba. Southern Florida
sudden rise from underdog
-
triumph and national disaster.
status in big leaguedom.Says .
Walter Bingham in Sports When Vice President Nixon EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
"Fashionetta"November
Illustrated "While the American '
into the heart of the South
goes
League has weakened. Nlie Street Phone NE 4-8242
: the and has the courage' to decry discrimination 3065 N.W. 41st
nal League, thanks to the he is rendering his 4, 1960Bay
steady influx of talented
has improved. Negroes, country a great service. Nobodycan front Park Auditorium
blame him for not solvingthe

The National League has four color question in toto If be U
times as many Negro players as elected President; he can only be GRABLES
the American League has, and blamed for not standing up for
certainly all outstanding ones. what is right and best for his Brown Brothers' Enterprises, Ltd.
Perha this is because Jackie country DAY OLD STORE

player Robinson, "played the first in the big National league if It this would country be a could mighty be fine brought thing 1451 N.W. 3rd Ave. Will help you solve your. land problem in any area

League. to see that not only does the Negro -
Clip This Coupon in Nassau Write to
need saving, but the
Here a great sports writer country
dares to spell out why the balance itself needs saving. And so whenwe
$1.95 Birthday Cake Brown Brothers' Enterprises Ltd.P.
of baseball power now resu plead for deliverance for the .
with the National That the Negro Negro we are pleading fr the For 89c
has come of are in the big safety and survival of our country Only O. Box 1004, Nassau, Bahamasevery
which is at present jec rdiz--
league can be also seen from a
casual examination I'f the current ed. (this store only)

statistics of the baseball situation.
U Uii I
great nation of ours
Of the ten leading batten in could take a cue fr m big league
the National five are Negroes; of baseball and the difference the
the five home run leaders three Negroes are making, it is highly Fine ArtsConservatory Saturday from 10 am t Con tn D<<*:" formed yours
are Ne Od. Hence we see t h e possible that the key would be 2 pm ,, people's rchestra.
Negroes in the I lead out ofaU found to unlock a situation thatis Opens I. Highly qualified teachers from Dance Department Instruct.In
proportion to their numbers and full of danger And n:body 8th Season the community at large including ballet jazz contemporary aceurhythmies
this according to writer Bingham knows what Khrushchev thinks the UIU\ rs.t) of Miam.. will To classes a week
explains in a big way the current about Negroes and their current I offer enou artistic opportunities one price for both.
upsurge of the National League. plight in the South with it high- The Fine Arts Conservatory, for children fr m four years
riding volence will open its 8th seascn and its and adult. at minim jm prices Art Do;.artment: Opportune
This need DOt occasion any second sear in the Carver YMCA I t draw and paint with djunguished -
great surprise Negroes have always Back to baseball. On the long building on Saturday. Oct 8. Music Department: Instruction nationally known sr
.
:given good account of themselves lilt of National League batter;, Registration for tM only' iau- I ni I ail i itutrumenu ..rt'ethMrJ' it-teachers.
wvherever given a chance, Willie Mays stands third from the grated musk dance and art classes' for every privately enrolled Ruth Greenfield is director ,'
and there are thousands of instances top. which in .itself is suggestive. school m this area will be held I music student Participa FAC
where capable Negroes Sports Illustrative makes muchof

could till with efficiency and dUe the fact that the National "'_ .' I
Unction places: now filled by incompetent League has won nine of the list "
-a"hUnhose only argument All-Star games and four rut of :r ,. ....
for their tlace is the six of the last World Sera .: : ,t.
gument of color. ar.l games, a sign that the balance of '. ,, '-
pa ACT lies with the National
What is happening. in : Lta1e with its influx of talented
league baseball can hccven in in I Negro players.
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FiSS I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1960 PAGE 5


AyR
TB Ass'n Needs Your Miami Times


ARCHIE Volunteer Workers' On Sale,*Here I


FINDERNAACP OX The Dade County Tubercuk '*LIBERTY CITY9PHBthTa J ..j
Association at 83 SE 8th it (On

r the Trail Just off Bridcell) k issuing 171 N.W. Itth a va.Smrtht .

-......,..... an urgent plea for volunteer 6704 NW Iftth Av. '
workers to help prepare almost N..t..... 6120 NW.,1Ith Av.
NEEDS YOU Reeves 7 UlUe B
Henry Mott
300,000 envelopes of Christmas Ballaa t00 NW ISth Av.
Moore Loretta Bannister 8th; Seals which will go out to onrnn'a .
WE WANTED to d* torn csrx NW isth AV
M. James Filer Beatrice
Page ,
the public in November. .
8a"Iat..no. NW IBth Avtw
thong a few weeks back when Fr. .
Errrna M Williams.
Richardson
GA>scn and Rev Graham held' Hazel Wilcox. Ruby Thomas 9 Volunteers may work daytime or ..,......"* 104 NW l.2"d St.
; ; evening hours. Jaekwm 4600 NW 12th Av .
firm t what they believed to be *
Frazier B. Bradley 10th ELlenP1ert'e.
; .
D" ...'. M01 NW 4tnd mitt.Matthew' .
right They were not only thinking
Marian Henry, Stephan.eAnderson Men, women and teenager r-
.' Mil NW Uth Av.
and praying for too., *
feneraUon -
Ellen Pierce llth; Marian ganized groupt are badly needed
Convenient SS04 NW 22 Ave.PAIL' .
but for generations to
Shannon. Davis Lacey well individual
Spry aa as volunteers
come N w is our time to ahow "store ttS NW inn Av*.
Drayton Sharayeen Brown. to stuff enve.opes: or type Volunteer
I Thomas 2350 NW
appreciation The NAACP Defense 75th St.
work ro ms are
air con
Fund Rally kick-off Is October C vs ditkmed Organized should Lvrner* SOfO NW 75th SL
groups Frederick. MS NW C2nd at.
21 at 8 pjn. at Greater Mr Marion Johnson of 1531 make prior arrangements' to insure
LAST WEEK W* mtntlontd .
11th Av Ore tt07 NW Itth Ave.Comm .
Bethel AME Church. Thurgood
NW lit court returned by BOAC adequate seating for their
the 13th of Stewardess
anniversary -
Shin Parley tfl2 NW 11
Marshall will be the speaker of
Board N:. 2 of St. James from Nassau Sunday She groups
Community Sh*. Shtn
the occasion." G out! Hear this
I left last be
AME Church this Sunday Wednesday to guest
coming up .112 NW ISth Av .
dynamic speaker and help make at the wedding of her niece Miss V lunteers may go direct to the *
but our pen forgot to mention J and J 1410 NW 12nd St.
the rally a financial success Mary Loube R bens, daughter TO office at 83 SE 8lh ft or call '
also that the Rev McNeil
Lincoln Field 2O01 NW Und St.
the TO office at FR7-236aMisa
Harris led congregatl had ;tsHomecoming of Mr. and Mrs. Calander Roberta. '
n Sara Macnamarm. executive director Sc.tty 7S01 NW 22nd Av*.
last Sunday, which
for detalU.
THE ROYAL Bahamas Club WM largely attend Next Sundayis ) more
Paul Darns Jr IPSO ChristmasSeal
just lo blocks above the Palau the big day tho when thewomf'n OPA AMagnolia
Sale chairman said t h .
in HaUandale, is planning a gala will hUN the men Just Zeta Amicae
Sun 14570
need for volunteers .U acute now 22 Ave.
will emcee' the bill of enter- how it's done when celebrate
Top they
Ma f Zeta Amicae will hold its regular and appealed t> all to offer tht'1rHniC'fl. Miller' 11110 NW 22nd Av.
tainrmntC ) Quartet Woman's Day Oh yeah, Bunch
Drug
monthly Men-
meeting
opening this weekend. Papa Tree Unite (Saturday there will be a on
day, Oct 10.t the home of 2TSO unch. Park Wt Dr.
nods no introduction in thesepans. box or something like
supper
Friend, Dorothy Baker 3162 NW David Lawrence
You'll see them along witha that when whoever buy a lady's 47th stAll 1101 NW 20th Av*.
stella floor show. The Bahamashas pnvared box of goodies, she will!& members Check You Chauffeur
are urged to be
a spcknus! baljro.m. bar and be the gem's ", Nt. Our churchesare : and
present on time We
have
is .sure to become the hot spit having many occatl.na, but LicenseIf BROWNSVILLESplc
jn Broward County Sam Co.k St James seems' to !have one right. many important plans underwayand
fame w uld like for each memberto you are holding a 1M1 and Sean 4S01 NW27Av.
to achieve great after otherFABULOUS
commutts with his be an active part of each plan. chauffeurs license with the werd Nal'. 4IJS NW 27th Av*.
-Chain and new Gang"admirers hit and everybodyloves Thank you.Maydell, "void perforated return It to Brwnvlll Drug t4 27 Ave.
Dranynon, president Olkrry'a Driving School at once Elnra Sundries 4120 27th Aver
to cha-cha. I FLAOLER. the Dorothy Baker, reporter and get a new licence. No fee Tracy'. SOIO NW 32nd Av.

world's most modern Greyhound ..A -
Track opens Ott 29. thru Feb.>> 13. 1a M.K r wu.: KM })Il lll-
DON ftTRACHAN and hit The h unds will! be running for
Caunbo Dancers, Gaitha Perks, 92 star-studded racing nights
caljpsw song bird; Renee' Blanca, featuring a $50,000 International GRAND
OPENING
Afro-Cuban Dancer YvonueDeleveaux Greyhound Cl*?.ic and a 150,000
calypso dancer hare Kennel Championship race.
brcn knocking 'em out at the There has been a change to theaccomodations
Dvauvtlie hotel Edith Buchanan for Negroes this

talc clerk at Grablc 3rd year, betide the already pleasant THE.
Ave Day Old Store (did you .urrou di....* mutual windows .
know it's 44 st res la South Fla?) will be opened upstairs.
lakes the cake for courtesy Heretofore the bettors had to
The Ea Bolds *Ul christen their tramp two' flights of stalls U. the
son 14\6n Eric Sunday Oct. 9 mezzanine to place a bet They !
You can ay what you wish Ito make ft c nvenient for you :
but Lib-City Drive-in has been to lose your bread.RegtatraUon Bahama
giv.ng you top first run flki. Royal

in fart it used t < be months be- now going OA at !
lure a picture downto tilt thisAeck IHtr's Day Nursery and kinder- !
uf the wood. Now boson gartrn. 1480 NW 69tb sL Pick up !
lae marquees are striped off and delivery' hot lunch Age 2-'.
SAC latest hits Le-n Talk will PL 1-2059.
nave main dancing across his CLUB
big screen This week "Ocean 11" .
.iih Sam Davia Jr and Frank

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Kiaaey tUne Fruro Mac) was ifi HALLANDALE. FLOPIHA

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Hurricanes to Clash Kappa


PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1960 I With Pittsburgh reward Sorority Meets

County The National Sorority of Pit
GILBERT HIGHOUTLASTS ALBANY STATE Saturday A.M. Delta Kappa ,Alpha Delta chap.
Newsy
ter, held it* Initial meeting u
BTW STUNS BETHUNE Coral Gables, Fla The University the beautifully decorated roof
of Miami's football squad garden of the Carver Hotel with
will strive for "three B'," to Basileus Leila R. Williams u
20.12 13-0! counteract University cl Pittsburh' Wafer tow. a hostess

"three S's" as this week's .
----------- Hazel
The' Matthew Gilbert' High: Daytona Beach A determ Saturday morning clash betweenthe -------es- I Soror Simmons led the
', defeated ined bunch of Rams frm Albany rivals nears. discussion on the "Fcur PointProgram"
Panthers (.f Jacksonville two grid The CWII Chamber of Commerce I,
defeated the Wildcats for the It
State College year O-81
Washington
T.
the' Booker' meets Monday night, Oct.
Tornadoes by a score of 20 to 12 of Bethune-Cookman College For Miami the pressing needsare 10 at 8:30 at its building. All and after much deliberation the
last Thursday night at Miami 13-00 before over 2,000 Better Condition Better members are asked to be present following persons were electedt
Stadium. stunned fans at Memorial Stad- Pass Defense, Better Variety In and on time. Godfrey SoaveHa, :. the steering committee:

The Panthers scored early In ium. Attack. What to do about Pitt's president; K. K. Hardy secre 1. Tech-A-rama Soror
the period on a 24-yard Bb Clemens Fred Cox and Jim
-pentnf The teams played sc reless tary. Ellen Wooten chairman; Soror
Willie else
pass from quarterback ball for three quarters with four Cunningham is something Mattie Reed, co-chairman. 2
Grant to Eddie Griffin The try again and not a problem to be
minutes gone in the fourth quar- Youth Guidance, Sore Emma
for point was no tood. ter a recovered fumble on Be- ignored in the least Mr. and Mrs C. B. Blount of I Williams chairman; Soror WUheknina -
Gilbert scored again midway in thune's 35 presented Albany State I 3901 SW 27th *t., Hyde P. ark Rhetta, co-chairman. 3,
North
second d a 7-yard Miami went into its are the parents of a baby boy o
the pert on with its first scoring' opportunity. Projects Soror BernIce J pass from Grant to Harold Jones. Quarterback Call way on a Carolina game last week having who was born at Memorial H i- ton. chairman; Soror Lillian Da
Fullback Samuel Wilbert skirted quarterback keep carried the missed five practices completely pital Monday morning at vii co-chairman. 4. Scholarship*

left end for the point ball down to the two where full- because and having of had a rash c then of disrupted tropical This is the fifth sen. IOU.1 S.ror Nancy Paschal chairman

Booker T. scored in this same back Webster went over for six hurricanes during September.For ; Soror Lorraine Fanington
stanza when Fullback Willie points. The try for extra points co-chalrman.
the first 25 minutes against
fr. the' After exchange of I
Campbell plunged over m failed. an
Carolina the Hurricanes were Mrs. E. B. Clark wishes to Sorors Simmons and Dukes
sustained drive Bethune's Wildcats starteda
2. following a punts surerb as they ran up a 22-0 thank all who donated t'wardthe i
of S yards. The point was missed. drive d to\l1 field only to have gave us their report on The
interception. lead. From then on. they scored very successful contest' in Grand Christina Ball" which is
it stopped by an Just while the Tarheels behalf of the B. T. U. of Central
With seconds to play in the Gamble threw a pass to Shaw once being planned for Monday evening
second' period the Panthers. Intercepted good for 27 yards and the second talMed twice and threatened Missionary Baptfot Church. Youcouldn't Dec. 26 at the sj-aclous bail
twice Miami's athletes tired. have done better J b.
as a
a BTW pass n their TD for Albany. room of Bayfront Park Auditor-
40 and It was ran 60 yards for a One week uninterrupted prac Mr*. E. J. Clark president; Rev. ium.
TD by David Scott lice may make up the 1 st E. J Clark paster Twenty-nine members were
Early In the final stanza the ground but Pitt's hard-hitting present
Tornadoes tallied a.ln. when Royal TwentiesThe ball club isnt one the coaches A delectable' roast was served -
James Multimore smashed off- would choose to m thid weekif The reward County Beautician In the main dining room of
tackle for 9 yards and a touch- Royal Twenty Women's they could rearrange their of Wet Hollywood and the hotel and exchange of birthday
down ending a 75 yard drive. Club of Coconut Grove celebrated schedule. Hallandale! are planning a Fall I presents was made. We' ad-
in service at St. Paul AME Fash n Show in the near futureat j tuned to meet Oct. 8, 5 pjm. at
Church Sept 26. with Rev. T. C. at the Armory Auditorium in i the beautiful home of Soror Ellen

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Paine Chapel West Palm Beach FOR RENT i,
The American Legion William delivered the provocative aV
Henry Bethel Post No. 281 Is dress. His theme wasDo AH
ENROLL NOW IN
urging all veterans to join us Things Without Mumbling and Centrally located
and make this community a "
Dispute. The audience responseto
stronger one in which to live. We tan address Mas most grati Hot and cold water SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor
the Legion are meeting at the

home of Joseph' Steward, post fying.Mrs.' Myrtle Davis served as $8.50 $10.50 $12.50per a Life Long Profession
commander: 13 at 8 pjn. at 14660 Filmore St. the narrator for this. pro '.m. week Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School

Rkhmond Heights AH membersand The next meeting will be heldat
friends are invited. We are the of Mrs. Leila Moore 654 N.W. 13th St.
home 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 4-9998
also having an affair every Sat- SW 63rd Tt-fT. South Miami{
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Priest; James A. Footer, Grand is a nationally kn wn ministerand The Most Excellent Grand -
Royal Arch Masons Secretary will hold their aa. dynamic speaker. Chapter l i. working under the ELLA MONCUR'STHEATRICAL

nual Zerrubbabel 1 Day celebration All department, male and female protection ol the Miat WeriMp-

to Celebrate Sunday Oct. 9. are Invited to take pan .n faa) Unton, Grand Lodge of Flor BEAUT\ SALON
The body will meet- at the Masonic this celebration; also other fraternal -
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Zerrubbabel DayThe Temple. 1742 NW 3rd ave. bodies and the general NOW OPEN MONDAY THROUGH TURDAY
to ML Zion Invited attend tarts' Heary. Grand Master; RW D. F.
Royal Arch Masons of at 1:30: pjn parade public are to. COMPLETE BEAUTY SERV
District No.4. Broward. Dade Baptist Church NW 3rd ave. service. The EdueaU n and Charity Irvin' Grand Secretary. | E

and Jfcnroe. counties of the Most and 9th .U where a very fine fund will share In the proceed 2625 N.W. 55th
Street
Excellent Union Grand Chapter, program has been arranged. The of the day. Come, let's C. P. Bentley, president High I
State of Florida and Jurisdiction, Rev Edward T. Graham will deliver I make this a day long< to be re- Priest Council; John S. Williams NE 5-2821 9.7

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Outlines Urban RenewalPaul OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.



C Watt, director of panning Mr, Watt emphasized the tad1.hn FRIDAY SATURDAY
for Dade County, addresseda urban renewal it not pos-
luncheon meeting' n the sub .b.e 'In a statewide bass it urn am
ject "Urban Renewa," Thursday has to be done on an area by T.II,.
afternoon at the Evver,1ades HoT area basis He also explained
tel. luncheon a dutch-treat that housing code is to be ap-
affair wa arranged and ponor. p.ied in those areas which can be
eel h? L. L. Broo**, pr *idet f saved during the renewal.
the Bended CeUeetton Agency. A
numteer of person of both races Mr. Watt said that the first
attended the ktnehe n and exMb.ted area in Dade County which will
much interest in the jutoject came under the urban renewal
discussed. .reject U the one bounded by !
NW Mh .t. n the south, 22nd st
Among ether tWnft Mr Watt ,m the north the Florida East
explained that urban rental has Coast Railroad on theeast and 7th
many facets and outlteed the highpoints ave. on toe west. lie further said
el a workable program that he eUmate* that it wUl be
'vic BMM be perfected if t h e at lea>t twu year, before any
,rejeet at to succeed in the DadeC Pr und Will be broken on this
tmty area as well .* etoewtmv.Tfce + project
even hUh .ojala ef theworkable He explained that the ExpreM-
program are. way which U now being cnsUrbeted -
VICE DICE and CORRUPTION I ICltWI II
a. Code and must come thru this area .
ordinance l>ut could not Jive the exact route r1R1 -'
b. CamprehettMve planning by :hat it will tkr He also added ....
the co3munjty. the fact that the entire area r<.a fORD
e. Administration<< and '.rgaui- n t be cleared or rehabilitated at
M OfI to properly carry it out. :ie tame time. 6.
d. Renewal t and conservation.e. A which .
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, What Wilt Thou Mt. Zion ObservesWoman's TEMPLE BAPTISTRev.

I I L. A. Thompson, pastor
Have Me Do? DayThe Sunday School..". ..30 4

Morning worship "."."...-...." 11:00
women of Mt. Zion Baptist BTU

By THERESA REDDENIn Curch will observe their annual Evening vrorshlp ........_. TsN t'-
the life of every sinner Woman's Day celebration i The Woman's Day committee
When the sky is all but blue beginning Tuesday, Oct. 11, at I will sponsor the fourth ann t:1J
Ccmes the tiny rumble whisper 7:3: pm. thr.ugh Sunday. Oct. tea Sunday, 3:30 pjn. at the
"Lord what wilt Thou bave me 16. Their theme f;T this observation church A |>lcjr program is anticipated
dot"Have is "Women United in with a "Talent on Pa
Christian Fellowship." rade" feature. The public is In-

you searched the scriptures With this theme in mind the vited.

thoroughly I Mt. Zion women, under the skill' "On to the mo n" is the slogan
And found not the answer", there?
ful leadership of their chairman for Woman's Day, and the
Of For the it's cross writtt'nn you'll h.to the paces bear. Mr! Edward T. Graham will chairman and co-chairman, Mrs. Dr. H, Sweeting of Fort Lauderdale is seen in front

seek to pay tribute and respectt B. Hart and Mrs. A. Newbold.wi of the Theresa Hotel talking to New York police concern-

Can you really love your enemy ed all their women duties who to have arduously perform in h to "warn" their captains ing the Castro demonstration! Dr. Sweeting had no comments .
and members that there are but
Just Can as much gladly as your turn best friend cheek? ai effort to promote better living five more weeks to reach there! on the demonstrations. In next week's issue picture

When you you know be'U your hit again for all mankind. They are urging cveryb dy to number 3 will show another phase of his trip to New

In keeping with this, theiraleaker get on board m time. Let no one York.-Yearwood photo.

Can you shed all worldly for the Sunday, Oct. 16, be left behind.
pleasuresFor 11 am. service will be Mrs. R. Sunday services will be as

life that drab and plain? W. Purpcar. beloved First Lady usual.
a DUNBAR ELEMENTARY i oxtrpora! punishmitit. He announced
f Florida Normal and IndustrialCollege I
Can suffer persecutionsWith
you the Oct. 3 channel 2
no murmur tf the pain St Augustine. BROWNSVILLE BAPT1SI Mrs. Beatrice Cox owner and telecast which. feature four Don.
You are cordially: invited to
director of Cox's Kindergartengave
bar fourth graders its
on
Can you love each man regardless take a part in this program. You 2749 N.W. nth Street I a discussion on The First ; the 5-day obaervanee program of

Of the color of his face? Aill be spiritually rewarded Rev. R. Thompson acting pastor Step to Education" at the first American EdueaU o n Week observance -
Can you proudly! call him greatly. Annie Pratt, reporter meeting of the PTA for the by classroom teaching

brother Sunday School 930 I 1&60-61 school year. She was in the windows", ol Ixxmard' Department
Will you help him run his race? MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Morning Worship ",,...,... 110: introduced by Guendolyn Saunders Store on 2nd ave. and

..__._..,,. 7:00 junior at Northwestern
Rev. E. M... Thomas pastor Evening Worship a the three fund-rat Can you pray without ceasing Phyllis Myers, reporter We have called the Rev R. F. who i ts the president of the Cox of the PTA Night a* Star,

When your prayers seem all un- Sunday School ......_....._....... 9:45 Thompson! as pastor of our Kindergarten Alumni group. Mrs. Harvest Festival. and Valentine
heard Morning service .-___.. 11:00 church. We are grateful t have Cox spoke on the home Tea. lie cl sd with a plea thatpeOWe

Can you say that Christ Is BTU ...........-.-......?___.-.- Sao: .uch a talented person as our and the kindergarten as the love one another.
Savior? Evening service ........._......._... 7.00 leader. We awe a tremendousdebt basis for developing correct attitudes I
Can you take Him at HU word Sunday mrning our pastor delivered to thy very fine man for toward the public fnborhipA were actapttd

a wonderful and very inspiring laboring so faithfully for us and school i>r grant.Mr after which time refreshment. *
Do you know just what l'Ju're message which was "A with us. and f.r accomplishingto ; and fellowship were enjoyed by
asking True and Faithful Witn...." The much in such a short time. We *. Cher rye Boyer servedas the large and Uncreated jraup.
Can you really pay the price? church was"' filled to its capacityand are going places, and will endeavor M. C. Special teaching personnel -
For tis net an easy burdenThat : the to follow him. With Gad air earing on the program Nelson L. Adams president of
foes with this better We. everyone enjoyed" sermon. guiding us, we will succeed. were Mesdames Sally Dates, Dorothy the Fl rida Council for Elementary -
Sunday
night once again our
Love Ann Smith and Janle Education and Mrs. A. J
When you know that you are pastor delivered another a ul- We have dinner sales every Flowers HaiAkin. member of tINt or
ready Mirring message which" was Saturday. Members, please co- ganization's State S4ocrii < Cammittee -
"What Have I Done? After service know our goaL During the business session, left Wtdnsoday her
For this life that makes men free perate you on
the Lord's Supper was given. Leon Kelly, PTA president presented
Then you'll bear the Savior say' Dtfthune-Cookman C liege where
Next Sunday the Willing Staler Momon : Mrs. Glenn cafeteria
Our shut-in are the Council holding thtve-
Take thy cross and follow me. a a
Workers will have their annual and Sister Gray. Let us visit and manager who thanked the parents day meeting AIM attending Be

fra at the House of Albert from pray for them. for their cooperation with thune Col:... at the same time
ST. LUKE BAPTIST 4 until 6. The public is invited. "" the school lunch *f gram; explained ia Mrs. Carmetta C.h MrafrH.
Our sick and Sis. "
shut-ins
are
briefly the alms of the .
Dunbar the
!
rt"pl'.tlnl
at
i annual
Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor LuciLle Baker and Sis. Lila Reducing! program and the purpose of the Leadirthqi Conl.reiM .
Mrs. Durnesta Green, reporter Baker. We are praying for both -free lunch" Officers of the

Sunday School ..........._.._.._.. 930 of you to have a speedy recovery PTA officers of the Dun b a rM The Dufibar Family ......
Morning worship .........?.._ 11:00 0 Lose weight safely thers Club and the faculty aympathy to HraM Turner, lit
BTU ..._......_.. _._._ 8:30 FIRST UNITARIANA 0 Trim off unwanted and staff were aU introduced after .health coordinator and hand 0f

Evening worship ..............._ 7:00 demonstration cf extrasensory inches the reading of the PTA creed the P. E. program whose uci*
by Mr. Kelly. was buried Sunday at Moattfel-
perception will be given 0 Learn how to control
The No. 2 choir invitee to 10, Fla.
you Sunday at 10 ajn. at the Sunday weight. Don't let weight Nelson L. Adams our principal -
a tea, Sunday. Oct. 16, from 3 to Mr. C ok. faculty' chairman Ba
Forum being held at the nr.tVnlYI'iaD
1 thanked the PTA for the
6 p.m. The speaker will be Dro. control.you returned from mamiini
Lester C. Albert. Church. fine work it did with the bautiflcation Beach wtMft he
was called lass
0 Feel look
Dr. Gilbert N. younger,
Holloway, raininter of
the
project past year
You are invited to a barbecue Meek due to has mother who ted
of the Now Age Church of younger lie also thanked Mesdames
selling at the home of Sifter and suffered a heart attack to recovering +
Truth in Miami will also lecture Holmes, Straught and Thomas
Deacon Covington 2047 NWMth nicely.
on the use of extrasensory Visit Easy Method '
st or call OX 60692.
Pray for the sick and ut.tw.BAHA'I iwrcoptton in our society. Dr. I assistance Our Mlf-atudy aa<-
Hotioway has lectured on this School of Charm who visited the demonctraU n tin uaaVTway a ieita..dale Project
and related subjects in more I school. lost Wednesday. Mr. J area i\ere pest
ASSEMBLY than 100 cities in the United 1540 N.W. 62nd St. Adams discussed school l feet inckidiot Tueaday. I>r. Chamfcitt, will 1M

Mrs Lucille Huff in, secretary- States and Europe.At 013 lunch and instructional "' u< far OIIC' tunl tanicn
treasurer of the Coral Gables 11 am. Hev. Robert W. Sonora and the sch.' eI beard's policy tm ica"dUhd lor October 1!.
pastor of the First Unitarian
chapter American Associationfor
Church will preach on the subject. .
.
the United Nations will lead
the ,I "When The Half Gods Go." ;AI, 1f
regular weekly discussion at
,
The Women's Alliance of the .
the Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th r
Church holds iu regular workshop
ave., 8 pm. Sunday, Oct. 9. Her
I I Wednesday 10 am. to 1:30
subject will be "Do Science And
at the church ServiceITvjects ,
Religion Agree*" Everyone is p.m. on
Bridge Lesson and
cordially invited to attend. Ph ne 1 r

lulu 1. to. Solomon for further, secretary' infsrroaUcn.FK Music Appreciation.You are cordially. invited' to 4? C) ,. ,

attend all of the activities: of the
First Unitarian Church.
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev

J. W. Stephens, pastor I ST. MARY'S C. W. M.

M. T. Copeland, reporter I Bro E. A. Culmer, pastor
Sunday School .. ........_... 9:45: Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter

Yol'lliqn'kotIt ...-... _... 11:00: I Sunday School .....,. ... 9:45
BTU .......-..-......-.....?........-..,.- 5:30 I Morning worship w._______"M_ 11:00

Evening Worship ..........._.._... :00 Evening devotion... ....._... 731 ,-.v n
I Sunday Scho was opened by V
Sunday
morning
our pastor
the superintendent, Mrs. M.
came before us with a soul stirring .
Worthy. After devotion classes
message. It was enjoyed by took their wits t
respective places I
alLWe their teachers. C .
wish to thank the Rev. J.
Morning worship was led by
L. Duchanan uf Bethlehem
past r "
the Many expressions
Baptist Church Ashton Ga. pastor.
w remade during the testimonial J
for another soul stirring message. service. Both choirs

On Saturday night Oct. 8 at 8 furnished music with Mrs. G. 4.-
o'clock choir No. 1 is sponsoring McFord at the organ and No. 2 .
'.. .
ushers cerved. .. .
a party at the Virginia Beach. .
The public is invited. Evening devotion was led by : ,
Saturday on the church ground the pastor. He preached fr'tn St. I -- -- -

usher board No. 1 will have barbecue Matthew." 1624; theme. "Repentance The above picture is just a part of the those pictured are Prin,, Xelj-.n Adams

ice cream and potato pies Holy. Communion Everyone was wasadministered. I newly formed Mothers' Club organized at cafeteria supervisor Cornelia li.ynn .cur

for sale. Please stop by and help spiritually b1n led.' Both choirs the Dunbar Elementary School. The or- riculum assistant, Alice J. Hawkins. Mr*,

us. furnished music with A. Cary ganization took place last Thursday at a riculum assistant; Alice J. Hawking. MM.Guftsie .

Our sick and shutins are Sis. directing. Both ushers boards luncheon at the school. This club is an Hamilton was named presidentand

Tbehna Brunt, 4853 NW 23th Iervfd.t' auxiliary the Dunbar PTA under
the Mrs.
L. E Thomas
and Sis. Washington a t'' Let us pray f 'I' the sick and as membershipchairman.
ave.member of No. 1 usher board. shut-ins. capable. dynamic and proficient leader- .-Adams photo.


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1960 PAGE 111 Finley Honored at United HomeOwners Ghana Woman at


_JIJa .oaaaooooo o Birthday PartyA MeetThe African ChurchThe

United Home Owners Association
giant ham lots ct chicken public is Invited to hear
held their first
meetingof
'
Around MiamiBy t legs and all sorts of other viands. the year at the home of the Mrs. Leola Anfrom direct from

Including cake washed down president Jefford Smith. Ghana, West Africa speaking at
with Jamaica and Nassau champagne -
Old business was discussed' the African Universal Church,
DAVE BONOU highlighted patio dinner pertaining ti 1> Fourth of July picnic
given in honor of Carlton Fin- 2336 SW 48th ave.. In Carver
............... --. ----'#-_- lens birthday at his home on reserved, three for cabanas the occasion.and pit Members .were Ranches on Sunday Oct. 9, at

...COMES ANOTHER 1 I 23rd ave.Many and friends 4 o'clock. You may ask her any
reported
week, and I an enjoyable -
here I sit wondering who you're I of the guestswere orig day We plan this to bean questions in regard to Ghana.

gonna write about? and I sea to inally from Jamaica The rest annual affair
myself, ""what can be InterestIng PIt....._ "were old friends -t the familv.. One of our major projects under
this time of the year?" Well then help the neighbors. Dont Daurhter Juanita showed movies' the heading of now businessIs SEE THE SOOTH'SLEADING
Saturday I stopped by the Miami you agree? of their recent trip to Jamaica to increase our voting
Caner Hotel and said hello to Nasau and other scenes after strength. Every home owner In COLORED
Eddie Williams. He tells me he IT COMES to my attention which Mr Flnley' rare a demonstration the area will be called up n and PSYCHIC REALER
is coin to the hospital this that a certain 62nd st supermarket of the lkrib> dance for requested to Join the associationor
week for an ctraUon and this (n.t of the a chain) which he won first prize while renew' their membership and
I take it is from the ordeal he hires Negro cashiers and after a In Jamaica. Everyone joined the above all to vote. We are soliciting -
went thru two weeks back. I chedt-up the girls come' up short dance and had a marvelous time the cooperation of every
left there and went to the S t r and then they are ftred. The but Mr. Flnley is still king. home owner in 22nd ave. heights
John and had a talk with one of girls don't have a key to lock Guests llnrrred until the wee ta help put over the program
the newcomers to our city, a their registers and the cat that wee hours. Picture were taken planned for this year.
young. lady from Birmingham, checks them claims that the gir's' by Charles Williams. Dozens of The next meeting will be at
Ala., Miss Beatrice Mohen. Batas are always short Could 1be 1-vely' gifts were received.' the home of John Johnson, 2283
she is called hopes all that everyone is thinking that NW 63th st., Oct 19.

Miami will like her for she is the cat is putting the dugh in Story Hour Season
going to do the all nite stint his pocket and accusing the girls
over WllBM from 12 midnight to of being thieves killing two "Fashionetta"November

S am. fr.m the Knightbeat Sup- birds with one atone by altO. Begins at LibrariesGirls 4 1960 Let her year ef .*,.$..oo a.ldo
per Club along with Clinton getting rid of the Negro help. and pretest ye* twreeafceet Sews
Moon The show is named for Something Is wr ng somewhereand and boys of elementary Bay front Park AuditoriumSEE aa a ...""' .... Srtld l o tko gbta* toftflH
Clinton being called "Moon it needs to be looked Into. school age are invited to Journey a W if ...... IB v99IBQ09
Over Miami" and will have a i t(, the land of fable and fantasy and Uve
live A LETTER: -Dear Mr. during the hour
Jazz band playing good Bondv story seas -CONSULT HI*-
things for 40 minutes then 20, I am 24 years old single, and am ton at the Dorsey Memorial THE WORLD'S
considered' Branch of the Miami Public DONT STAY IN THE RUT. SETOUT
mini of interview, teleph ne con attractive. I have a Li-
GREAT NOW. BY THI MIL OF
venation, commercials and who goad job my on car and apt brary. SPIRITUAL
knows what else? I've been ask I go to church, like sports. and I According to Miss It M. Dor- LEADER GOD SHE CAN.......1 MlL# you...a.':;;I
ed0 do some small talk on the am somewhat of a passionate sell branch librarian the program Off** heero
program in lieu of our column woman, yet, I can't seem to And began Oct 6 at 4 pjn. and AND PHYCHIC READER S ...... S Fa.
fran the Miami Times. All of a man that is interesting. Cay.u n would continue' through April 1 1
tell Story tellers for the BISHOP HUNTERIf There Sf .... W
this should present some god me what to do? seasonwill
listening. TaU was signed ")11.. V. Wand t Include Mrs Rat F Byrd, Fm.Smads.
Lonef me." Mrs Boise K Bryant Mrs Ruth yen are ...ac e* worried .... .
SPEAKING OF RADIO a to' My answer "Dear Miss, V. Wand Moses Hart and Miss' Dorsett. fall to see me today. Offlo Heart ,
Lonesome It All programs are free and 10 .... I ......
cal disc 1
Negro : Jockey applied to : all dtvcnds on dally Fare ts t PJM. TMraday
an ofay station for a J.b at 'what you call interesting. Get l c lpr'n b the public 1 skin, to S ....... Sunday 11 aua.
staff announcer, and was told out with your friends go t> parties to S ...... DAILY
that the station was not interestedin I i I and maybe you'll And what REAOIMQ
the Negro market Now ho. you are looking for. Try to bea F. A. BURROWSExpert
do you like that? (Oh, the station g od listener when talking to $t.oo UP
. like whcAJ believe it? WINZ). people instead of a good talker READINGS,
tt Year* I., $.,*..
Be tJh.Me
So after they lost this. listener really interested in others
r and they wiU be interestedin Watch Repairing MADAMHUNTER
WILLIAM you. You would be surprised
HARRIS former
bu*' interesting pe pie can be if Nit SW 17 SL,4"Wily
manager of the Rockland Palace Hours 9 to 2.4 to 9 ",
listen them. Go
and about you to to ni;ht
man turn, has g ne V1
shout If j CHI nave not< filUtbedcoUt"t" x 1657 N.W. 73rd St.MIAMI.
to the cleaners. The vacuum This will broaden All work guaranteed HOLLYWOOD ) .

cleaners, that is. You can get knowledge personality andfriendships. your -LA. '".,., FLA.Dent .
your rug cleaned for free Just
." 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue .n.-cal. Ie ....
call Bill at PR 1-() 13 and have ""01'. HLlNTI"II .
(Note: This is the third letter
him demonstrate the thing for
I've received'
asking advice
you and if ytu don't like the way on
problems. I'll try to answer itemalt.
lie does
your housework just: It might prove amusing and JJr.J/6I3( Jal:1oII: { 1Br.anE'" ) ( lB. (:IIIL.IIt: jIIl JALJZA::I ----- --------- -- ----- ---- - -- -
send ham on his He
merry way.
interesting and hetpful. Instead
will leave with a smile, and talk
of Dear Abby at might turnout
about you like a disease If youdon't The of this
I lbe Dear Dave) Originators area proudly announce.
buy one Ha, ha. The
cleaner he has is a good one th ,'
MY CHEST has boon deflated
so give Bill a buzz. if you haven't notice. Mayme

lost our "15 year hopeful" .
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: Anettte. and Lyon MoN al 1 o s t No Hurricane Damage
Faye Smith (Mrs. Melvin -But- quite a hit in their fire at homelast
terbalT Smith) Policeman Friday It has nu been determined -
of the Week; Gary Ward (771) b *v it started, but the
Man about Town: Jim Rose' work room and kitchen were almost .
(Catling Black Label rep.) completely d fnouhed.' and
Teacher of the Week; Audrey Mac says that mat of her dresses REGAL ESTATESGas
Harris Public. Servant of the were burned. We were sorryt
Week Betty Gray. / hear this but were. glad to
know that Mama and Leon and
TUESDAY OCT. 1 'In the Annette care through it alrtt M Hot Water and Cooking Appliances GuaranteedNo
Wanted Section of the paper I and were not hurt personally.

were looked offered to see to haw Negroes many Out job of THE SAM COHENS have a Interruption of Service During or After the Storm

214 listings, four <.f them asked baby girl The Adam William
for Negro heV including o a e have a boy and we heard
that wanted a midget The rest tat YvoAAe Calmer !** a girl
of them were, as usual for cleanup men or kitchen mechanic name .and so with TheimaIXivu. $10 nun
AU of the -wheels are yeilin oho ha, a boy The stork CuCiJDiwn PRICE
about the Latin br then and has been very busy in our town Still ,
how they need net I suggest I\.<,,'n'.> T ia' deny it T.J next
that the Big Wheels try to ck-an.I week ..vc ic every golden WARRANTY DEED WITH EVERY HOME
up their own back yard first' rn.nu:C' of
For Section 221 Qualifiers


FIRST TIME 1 NO SECOND OR BALLOON MORTGAGEA


In Miami w .,

Rev. Shepherd $70 per week par check qualifies you for one of these safe home

BoegatersT 2 or 3 bedrooms with carport, front and aide solid sod, and many other

Wander Man of God x lovely featurea too numerous to list

Do you. have a _


8-.1"...problem Bad Marriage r y $65 Month Complete

&Falling Can't Win the i
Man or Woman You Love

Been Crossed Heed. "IF YOU LOVE YOUR FAMILY, BUY A REGAL HOME0
Money Everything Going
Wrong Health Bad
Can't Satisfy Your Dixie Highway to Cutler Ridge Bowling Alley (112th Ave.)
Husband or Wtfs Want t
a New Horn or Car South to sign 94 mil

SEE ME TODAY


Rcmtmbtr teller. ,I am root not man a fortune or, ? S. W. 224th St. & 114th Ave.

palm ......r. I am not God I .
but a God sent man)
It coots nothing to + \ Telephone CEdar 5-821 at any time

come In and talk I Model Homes Open Sunday 11 to 9. Monday thru Saturday 11 to 6

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What Wilt Thou Mt. Zion ObservesWoman's TEMPLE BAPTIST

Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor

Have Me Do? DayThe Sunday School _."........... 9.30

Morning worship.".... ..... 11:00 I
THERESA REDDENIn r*omen of Mt. Zion Baptist BTU _,_____ 3:30

By Curch will observe their annual Evening Tronhlp .......... TsBI
the life of every sinner Woman's Day celebration The Woman's Day committeewill

When the sky Is til but blue beginning Tuesday Oct. 11, at sponsor the fourth annual'

Omei the tiny rumble whisper 7:3: pjm. through Sunday. Oct. tea Sunday 3:30: pjn. at the
"Lord what wilt Thou have me 16. Their theme fr this observation church A picy proram Is an

doT"Jlave K "Women United In ticipated. with a Talent on Pa
Christian Fellowship." rade" feature. TM public Is In-

you searched the scriptures With this theme in mind the vited.

thoroughlyAnd found not the answer there? Mt Zion women, under the skillful "On to the mo n" is the slo

For It's the leadership of their chairman gan for Woman's Day, and the
written en papa Mrs. Edward T. Graham, will Dr. H of Lauderdale is in front
Of the cross you'll have to bear. chairman and co-chairman, Mrs Sweeting Fort seen
seek<< to pay tribute and respect B. Hart and Mrs. A. Newbold
of the Theresa Hotel talking to New York police concern-
t all women who have performed -
Can you really love your enemy their duties so arduously In with to "warn" their captains ing the Castro demonstration. Dr. Sweeting had no comments .
and members that there are but
Just much > best friend?
Can as you gladly a your turn your cheek an: effort to promote better living five more weeks to reach there! on the demonstrations. In next week's i tame picture

When you know he'll hit again for all mankind.In They are urging everyb dy to number 3 will show another phase of his trip to New

keeping with this their get on board in time Let no one York.-Yearwood photo.

Can you shed all worldly. aveaker for the Sunday, Oct. 16, be left behind.
pleasures 11 axn. service will be Mr*. R. Sunday services will be as -
W. Purpear beloved First Lady usual. I
For a life that's drab and plain
DUNBAR ELEMENTARY (Jtrpor.1! pufltshNMtH. He announced -
Can suffer persecutionsWith f Florida Normal and Industrial
you I the Oct. S channel 2
no murmur cf the pain? College, St Augustine. Mrs. Beatrice Cox. owner and
You are cordially invited to BROWNSVILLE BAPTISI 'elecxtwhich feature* four Den.
director of Cox's Klndergarteu I
Can you love each man regardless take a part in tats program. You 2749 N.W. nth Street gave a dfecusion on The First i bar fourth the graders. obervftee on. its program .-f
; -
'Ail! be rewarded y
Of the color of his face spiritually Rev R, Thompson acting pastor Step to Education" at the first I American Edueat. n Week observance
Can you proudly call him greatly. Annie Pratt reporter meeting of the PTA for the by classroom te ehiig

brother Sunday Scbool ... ........ 9JO 19GO-61 school year. She was in the window of Ixxmarrf' Department
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MT.
CALVARY
Will 7.11 help him run hU race? BAPTIST Morning Worship .. .,..... 11:00 introduced by Gwendolyn Saunders Store on 2nd ave., ad

Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor Evening Worsalp ..._....,..". 7:00 a Junior at Northwestern the three fund-racing acttvitiet'
Can you pray without ceasing Phyllis Myers, reporter We have called the Rev R. F. w h0 is the president of the Cox of the PTA Nnht et Stars

When your prayers seem" aU un- Sunday School ..._.._.__.._... 9:43 Thompson as pastor of our Kindergarten Alumni group. Mrs. Harvest Festival and Valentine

heard Morning service .............UN 11:00 church We are gratefu. than Cox spoke on the home Tea. lie cl **d with a plea that
Can you say that Christ is IJTU ......._..w._........._-.-._ 3:30 .uch a talented person as our and the kindergarten as the people love one another."
Savior Evening service ..._..._.._... 7:00 leader We cr.a tremendous bask for developing correct' attitude -
Can you take Him at His word? Sunday m.rning our patter delivered dtsbt to this very line man for toward the public Membership Mere aocs led

a wonderful and very inspiring laboring so faithfully for us and school pr gram. after which time refreshment*
Do you know just what rJu'reASklnlf message! which was "A with" us and f-r aeeorrtpfealngti arid fellowship were enjoyed' Wy
True and Faithful Witness." The much in such a abort time. We Mrs. Cherry Boyer servedas the large and interest aNWfJ.
Can you really pay the price? church was Oiled to its capacity are going' place, and will endeavor M C. Special teaching personnel
For tls not an easy burden and everyone enjoyed the sermon. to follow him. With Gad aii.earing on the program Nelson L Adam. prenwleW of

That goes with this better life. Sunday night once again our guiding us, we will succeed.We were Mesdames Sally Dates Dorothy the Fl rtda Council for Kl.me -
delivered Love Ann Smith and Janle tary Education and Mrs. A. J
pastor another ul-
When you kno- that you are stirring which a have dinner sale every Fl'vera HarAkin. must of that r-
message wu
ready Saturday. Members, please co- ganization's Stale SUvrift Committee
"What Have I Done After
For this life that makes men free service Aerate, you know our goal. During the business seaMan, left on Wednesday fee
the Lord's
Supper was given. Leon Kelly, FTA president -
Then you'll hear the Savior say presented Dethuoe-Cookman C liege wfcere
Next Sunday the Willing Our shut-in are Sitter Momon Mrs. Glenn, cafeteria
Take thy and follow the Council .
cross me. i* holding a tINM-
Workers will have their annu.iltea and Sister Gray. Let us visit and manager who thanked the parents day Alto
at the House of Albert from meeting aitendinc $e-
pray for them. for their cooperation with tbune
4 until 6. The College at the same tine
public is invited.
ST. LUKE BAPTIST -.t.. the school lunch Jt''! gram; explained t* Mrs Carmetta Ca..h MTOM,
Our sick and shut-in are Sis. briefly the aims of the
representing Dunbar at the annual -
Rev. P. W. Williams pastor Lucille Baker and SU. Liza Reducing! program and the purpose of the 1 LeeoVrshift Conierenee.The .
Mrs. Durnesta Green reporter Baker. We are praying for both -free luneh Officers of the

Sunday School .............._..... 9JO of you to have a speedy recovery ITA. officers of the Dun bar Dunbar Family exteMb

Morning worship ......._...-. 11:00 Lose weight safely M then Club and the faculty sympathy, to Hrajg Turner, tt*

BTU ..........._..........,.,.,".....,_ 5:30 FIRST UNITARIANA Trim off unwanted and staff were aU introdueed after health coordinator and land. efUe

Evening worship .......____ 7:00 demonstration of extrasensory inches the reading of the PTA creed P. E. prafnun whose. tide
percvptioa will be given Learn how to control by Mr. Kelly was buried Sunday at Maattestto. -
The No. 2 choir invite to Fla.
,
tea Oct. 16 you Sunday at 10 ajn. at the Sunday weight. Don't let weight Nelson L. Adams our principal -
a Sunday. from 3 to Mr C ok. faeully eais ann
Forum being held at the First |pR*
thanked the PTA for the
e p.m. The speaker will be Bro. Unitarian Church.Dr. control.you returned from F lee .work" tt did with the beau-
Lester C. Albert. Gilbert N. Holloway min Feel younger, look Heach where toe wa eaU**) .lot
uAcahon of the
You invited to barbecue project past year
are a Meek due to has mother who a4.
of the
cater Now Age Church of
younger lie ago thanked Mesdames
selling at the home of Skier and suffered. a heart attack to naivering
Truth in Miami will also lecture -
Deacon Covlngton. 2047 NW Holm, Straugfeter and Thomas nicely.
Mth It. or call OX 6-0892. on the use of extra-sensory Visit Easy Method f Use Mothers' Club for the assistance -

Pray for the sick and shut-ins. perception in our society. Dr. they gave to teachers Our elf-rtu4y program is jt*
Holloway has lectured on this School of Charm wo visited the dcfnonctraU tin* unk>rw ay a* planned taw
and related subjects in more retool test Wedrt s4ay. Mr. .
ject areas
were defined tAe
pant
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY 1540 N.W. 62nd St.
than 100 cities in the United
Adams discu*ed school I fee including T\MMaJ' Dr. Chamtucs. will bIM
Mrs State and Europe.At 015 lunch and iflttructieaal 'wit
Lucille Uuffin, secretary- lor one Uunl seen
treasurer of the Coral Gables 11 am. Rev. Robert W. So- I and UK scb eI board's pokey m echerluk.d for Omtuher 1'
non of the First Unitarian
chapter, American Associati pastor
for the United Church. Mill preach on the sub-
Nations. will lead
the regular weekly discussion at | Jcct, "When The Half Gods Go." ')J R : ;

the Daha'i Center 137 NW 11th 1 The Women's Alliance of the :

ave., S pjn. Sunday Oct 9. lit* Church holds iu regular workshop \ : q : :
be I Wednesday 10 ajn. to 13Upjn. .
subject will "Do Science And I' ,
.
Religion Agree" Everyone is at the church on Service
I'r.jects, Bridge Lesson and
-.
cordially invited to attend. Ph ne : -
MUs Solomon secretary Fit Music Appreciation. i i
1-5420, for furUWr information. You are cordially invited to '
attend all of the activities of the
First Unitarian Church.
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev
R
J. W. Stephens pasts ST. MARY'S C. W. M.

M. T. Copeland, reporter Bra E. A. Cukner, pastor n

Sunday School .. ............. 9.43; Mrs S. Danvkins reporter

Morning Service ..._... _... 11:00 Sunday School ........._......,. 9:43
JJTU ......._.._......_.._...........___ 330 Morning worship .____ 11:00

Evening Worship ..._....._.._... :00 Evening devotion .........MM._._.. 1M
Sunday Scho 1 was opened by
Sunday t-
morning our
pastor the Mrs. M.
superintendent,
came before us "with a soul stirring -
Worthy After devotion classes
message.. It was" enjoyed by ;
alL took their respective place with 'kr-
their teachers. C
We wUh to thank the Rev. J. e
rw
Morning worship was led by ,,r
L. Duchanan, past r of Bethlehem -
Baptist Church. Ashton, Ga. the pastor Many expressionsw
to r e made dicing the testimonial
for another soul
stirring message.
service. Both choirs

On Saturday night Oct. 8 at 8 furnished music with Mrs G 't ;

o'clock choir No. 1 u sponsoring McFord at the organ and No.2 .
at the Virginia Beach. ushers erved. .. : '
a party ,
.
The public is invited. Evening 1 devotionwas led by .' ..
Saturday on the church ground the pastor. He preached fr'tn St. OIJ. --- -----

usher board No. 1 will have bar- Matthew 1624; theme. IOn fIJ't'ft-' The above picture is just a part of theI those pictured are Prine'a cn Adam
I tance" Communion
becue ice cream and potato pies Holy wvis" I I newly formed Mothers' Club organized at cafeteria jsupenlsor. Cornc.
administered. :
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for sale. Please top *..>y and help Everyone was ia u.ynn &:ur-
I spiritually binned Both choirs the Dunbar Elementary School. The or- riculum assistant, Alice J. Haw km*. Mrs.
tu.
I furnished music with A. Cary ganization took place last Thursday at a riculum assistant : Alice J. Hawkin )ofr..

Our side and mss NW are 29th Sis.Tfcetaa served.directing Both tubers boards I luncheon at the school. This club is an Gu ie Hamilton was named lrHWieRt

aye and"Brunt.Sis. Washington a Let us pray f T the sick and auxiliary to the Dunbar PTA under the Ii I and Mrs. L. E Thomas a* membera4iip

member of No. 1 usher board. shut-ins. capable dynamic and proficient leader-I chairman.-Adams photo.


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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8,1960- MIAMI FLORIDA PAGE 11 I''I Finley Honored at United HomeOwners Ghana Woman at


_JlJaOlaaaaaaoaaa0004 4 O Birthday PartyA Meet African Church

The United Home Owners Association
giant ham, lots ct chicken The public 1s Invited to hear
h.ldheir first
meeting
Around Miami legs and all sorts of other viands of the year at the home of the Mrs. Leola Anfrom, direct from

Including cake washed down president Jefford Smith. Ghana, West Africa speaking at
with Jamaica and Nassau champagne .
Old business discussed
was
the African Universal Church
By DAVE BONDU highlighted patio dinner pertaining to Fourth of July picnic -
given In honor of Carten! Fin :, three cabanas and pit ,were 2338 SW 48th ave.. In Carver
-- ---- Ranches Sunday Oct. 9 at
------------------__' ley's birthday his home on reserved'' for the occasion. Mem on ,
.COMES ANOTHER week and I* a 23rd are.Many ben and friends reported an enjoyable 4 o'ckck. You may ask her any
Ghana.SEE .
questions In regard to
here I sit wondering who you're I of the guests were orig day. We plan this to be
gonna write about? and I sez to inally from Jamaica. The rest an annual affair.
myself, "what can be interesting were oM friends -f the fa ally. One of our major projects under
this tim of the year?- Well then help the neighbors. Don't' Daughter Jusnlta showed movies the heading of now business THE SOUTH'S
Saturday I stopped by the Miami you agree? of their recent trip to Jamaica U to increase our voting
Carver Hotel and said hello to Na*au and other scenes after strength. Every home owner in LEADING COLORED

Eddie Williams. He tells me he IT COMES to my attention which Mr Flnley rave a demonstration the area will be called upn: and PSYCHIC READER
is coin to the hospital this that a certain 8nd.t. supermarket of the limbs dance for requested to join the associationor
week for an c&eration and this (n.t of the a chain) which he won first prize while renew their membership and
I take it Is from the ordeal he hires Negro cashiers and after achecfcup In Jamaica Everyone joined the above all to vote. We are soliciting -
went thru two weeks back. I the girls come up short dance and had a marvelous time the cooperation of every
left there and ."ft1t0 the S 1 r and then they are fired. The but Mr. Flnley Is still king. home owner in 22nd ave heights
John and bad a talk with one of girls don't have a key to lock Guests Hnrered' until the wee t> help put over the program
the newcomers to our city a their registers' and the cat that wee hours. Picture-! were taken planned for this year.
young lady from Birmingham, checks them claims that the fir's by Charles Williams. Dozens of The next meeting will be at r vw
Ala. Miss Beatrice Mohen.' Ba, are always short Could it be 1 'vely gifts were received. the home of John Johnson, 2283
as she is called, hopes all that everyone is thinking that NW 85th *L, Oct 19. .

Miami will like her, for she is the C'at is putting the dugh in Story Hour Season
going to do the all nite stint his pocket and accusing' the girls
over WMBM from 12 midnight to I of being thieves killing two "Fashionetta"November
5 am. frwm; the Knightbeat Sup- birds with one stone by alto Begins at LibrariesGirls Lot her year of porlaeoo. geltfe
per Club along with Clinton getting rid of the Negro help. 4, 1960 and protest yes tnreffce t HoN
Moon., The show is named for Something is wr ng somewhereand and boys of elementary Bayfront Park AuditoriumSEE a (llaHUtOMoo beside! tae oats* ra
Clinton, being called "Moon it needs to be lo ked into. school. are are Invited to Journey a -'. Par ...... la eeeteeai
Over Miami" and will have a to the land of fable and fantasy and lovo
live jazz band playing god I A LETTER "Oea r Mr. Bondu during the story hour season CONSULT MIR-
thing for 40 minutes then 20 I am 24 years oW single, and am at the Dorsey Memorial THE WORLD'S
miDi of interview teleph,, ne con considered attractive. I have ago.d Branch of the Miami Public LIbrary DON'r STAY IN THE RUT. GET
OUT NOW. IV THE MIL OF
GREAT
SPIRITUAL
.
venations, commercials and who job, my on car and apt.
knows what else I've been ask- I go to church, like sport and I According to Miss H ,I. Dor- LEADER .sue GOD SHE CAN-...MIL& YOu.. .&.:;1Of'ho.
ed to do some small talk on the am somewhat of a passionate sett branch librarian the program hwro

program in lieu of our column woman' yet, I can't seem to find ", began Oct 8 at 4 pjn. and AND PHYCHIC READER S .... 8 .......
from the Miami Times. All of a man that is laterecting. Cay.u n would continue through April 1
this should present some god tell me what to do?" Story teller for the seasonwill BISHOP HUNTERIf Them t ampM
listening. This was signed -Miss V. W, include Mrs Roe F Byrd, F ....
and Lonesome.. Mrs Boise K Dryant. Mrs Ruth yen are ...1& or. worried. start
SPEAKING OF RADIO a local My answer "Dear Miss V. W. Moses Hart and Mine Donett fall to ee. mo today. Off' to. h....* "MQt '
Negro disc jockey appUed toan and Lonesome' : It all defends on All programs are free andopen dally 1 ....... .. t p.& TMroday. 10 .... 1 .....

ofay station for. J.b as ,what you call interesting. Getout t> the public 1 ....... to 8 ....... 8.nday 11 Ska. DAILYREADIMQ
staff announcer, and was told with your friends go u> patties to 8 ....
that the station was not interested I and maybe you'll And what
in the Negro market Now hONdo you are looking for. Try to bea F. A. BURROWSExpert
you like that? (Oh, the station Iud listener when talking to IfJO U*
like whtfd believe it? WINZ). people instead of a good talker READINGS tt
So after they lost this listener. Be really interested in others tuoH17 Yore g-oerleftoe
and they will be interested Watch Repairing .P MADAMHUNTER
01 you. You would be surprised
WILLIAM HARRIS former
but18t..UI1I pe pie can be if tW 17 "L,4" '
manager of the Rockland Palace Mount 9 to 2 4 to 9 .
listen them. Go
you to to aiht (
and man about Uun, has g ne WISTHOLLYWOOD :
"
school, if you have mH finished 1657 N.W. 73rd St.
to the cleaners, The vacuum All work guaranteed )
college. Thu will broaden
cleaners, that U. You your 'LA.
can
get MIAMI FLA.Oont .
I knowledge, personality and
your cleaned for free" Just
rug
friendships" 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue wrHo Call laThe .
call BUI at FH 90673 and have RO". HUNTER porn.Qi
I (Note: This is the third letter
him demonstrate the thing for
I've received advice
you and if ytu don't like the way asking on
problems.! I'll try' to answer them
lie does your housework just all. It might prove amusing and i L 13L iaL Nei i Le[Let-Lai irJLlail- L L 1:c Lei lmt left Neil ust I M j L lQl ei .rn-...r.., +.. .. .-o...+r ..
send hkn on his lie
merry way.
interesting and helpful. Instead
will leave with a smile, and talk
of Dear Abby it ral ht turnout
about you like a disease If 10Udon' Originators of this proudly
U be Dear Dave) area announce*
buy one. Ha, ha. The
cleaner be has is a good one th ,'
MY CHEST has bn deflated
so give Bill a buzz. if you haven't notice. Mayme

lest our "15 year hopeful." .
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: Anettte and Lion MoNeal 1 o' t No Hurricane Damage
Faye Smith (Mrs. Melvin "But. quite a hit in Heir fire at home
terball- Smith) Policeman :at Friday It tau n.t been determined -
of the Week: Gary Ward (771) h "w it smarted, but the
Man about Town Jim Reese' work room and kitchen were almost -
(Catling Black Label rep.>)> completely demoliafecd, and
Teacher of the Week: Audrey Mac. say that moat of her dresses REGAL ESTATES
Harris Public Servant of the were WI"" We were sorryt
Week Betty Gray. / hear thi. but were glad to
-- kaow that Mama aad Leon and
TuEDAYOCT.3 In the Annette came through at ain fet Gag, Hot Water and Cooking Appliances GuaranteedNo

Wanted Section of the paper, I and were sot hurt, i.r JO aU,.
looked to see h.*w many job
Interruption of Service During After the Storm
were offered to Negroes. Out of THE SAM COHENS have a or

214 listings, four <.f them asked baby. led The Adam William
for Negro' bed including one .* haw a boy and we heard
that wanted a midget The rest that Yv mae Culm bias a girl
of them were, as usual, for cleanup leant r""lmtur her hubby's Price; $ SALE
men or kitchen mechanic. name and so with Thelma $10 000
AU of the "..hft ls" are yelling Dvu. .ho nab a boy The stark Still CiCiJDowi, PRICE
about the Latin br theta and has been very busy in our town ,
how they need belt I suggest rveirr.t T".a* d that! the Big Wheels try to ck-an I week ..vi Jc every golden WARRANTY DEED WITH EVERY HOME
up their own back yard first m.nu: of
For Section 221 Qualifier


FIRST TIME .-- ., NO SECOND OR BALLOON MORTGAGEA

In Miami '

Rev. $70 per week pay check qualifies you for one of these safe homes.
Shepherd .

BoegatersThe 2 or 3 bedrooms with carport, front and aide solid sod, and many other

Wondar Man of God i lovely features too numerous) to list

Do you have a J


Bualnaoa. problem Bad .?Marriage I I $65 Month Complete"IF

Falling Can't Win the I
Man or Woman You Love 'I

Been Croaoad Need 4 YOU LOVE YOUR FAMILY, BUY A REGAL HOME"
Money Everything GoIng >
Wrong Health Bad
Can't Satisfy Y o u r ', DUU Highway to Cutler Ridge Bowling Alley (112th Ave.)
Husband or Wife Want
a New Hems or Car. f South to sign H mile

SEE ME TODAY

Remember I am not a for .
S.W. 224th St. & 114th Ave.
tuna taller, root man or ,? y
palm readar I am not God,
but a God oont marl) (
Telephone CEdar 5-8211 at any time
It coats nothing to t

come In and talk Model Homes Open Sunday 11 to 9. Monday thru Saturday 11 to 6 I

627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FK 9-9138
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA CARD OF THANKS' IN MEMORIAMIn

I Th family: :! of the late. I
SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1960
PACE 12 sad but loving memory of DEATHS
my mother
MRS. DEBORAH DORSETTEwho
departed this life October 8,
CARDSMEMORIALS 1959. Range .
ta that Heavenly horn above.
.. S.me sweet day we will long to Mrs. Evelyn Witherspoon of
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meet her 1438 NW 1st place, died October
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS And share in her infinite love 2 in Jackson Memorial H vpiul.
God knars bow much we miss She was a native of Baltimoreand

man ry of our dear mother The family of the late you, lived in Miami three months.
and sister BOOKER T. DUNN Never shaH your memory fade She is survived by her husband
MRS. LILLIAN ROLLEFARRRINGTON who departed this life Sqpt 10, Laving thoughts shall always Robert Lee. her mother, tare
takes this method of expressing: wanderT sisters and a brother. The body
who departed this{ life October 6, thanks and appreciation to the the vot where you were was sent to New Y.rk City for
1959. many friends mho were so kind laid. final rite
One year ago, God called you during tho illne-v and pus.nJ k t! Mrs Victoria Roberts,
dear of ur loved one. daughter Mrs. Dvr Proctor of 42t2 SW
To Join His sainted band; We wish to thank the many 1 Henry Green grand.on 18th It.. Carvers Ranch, died
To live in yonder Mansion Fair friends for their expressions cf Key West Fla. TIN Oct. 4 in Memorial HoacNtal. Hoi.ywo -
Prepared by His own hand. sympathy, cards, letters, telegrams d. She was a native of
And some grand era, near Ills flowers and all other Monticello and had lived in Car-
throne gestures of sympathy during our MEMORIAMIn ver Ranches for the past five

In a rare Interlude, h ur of bereavement sad but loving: memory) of, years. Funeral services will beheld
We hope to join acv:: one makcd Special thanks to Rev. S. A Saturday 3 p.m. in the
morn Cousin and the other member chapel Burial will be in Uneom
And have our Joys renawed. of the clergy for their service Memorial Cemetery. She U sur-
The Family and kind words of comfort' ali RUDY JEAN HOWARDS v.ved by a granddaughter, Dore-
to the choirs and entire membctship GARMON tha Willis Jackson and three

of Greater Bethel AME w.she t tike 'h.3 mcth d cf r grandsons James, J-twrae and
IN MEMORIAMIn I Church. thanking the many many friends t.oT George Willis.
Thanks to aU clubs and the for their thou htfuness: ar.J
sad but loving memory of I fraternal organlzatkns and to kindness during: their recent' be. Walter Jose,* Ratter of 4392
my dear daughter, the M. S. Allen Funeral Home rNvemettt NW 31st ave., died Otto 6. lie
for efficient service. Your kindness We cvireially want to thank was a native of Manuel County
Mill never be forgotten. May the members of St. PaUl AME Ga. and had lived in Miami far
God bless each and everyone of Church Rev. Fay*on, past,;,.. 18 years. He is survived by his
y u. wJc Mayola. five eMlren, toj.cr
Range Funeral Hem, those ryo
Mrs. Josephine Dunn wife donated car and those who sent f and rw ............. Arangements -

And Family lovely. flowers, t'ards. telegrams: y are iM8..iet
aM and letter
May God bless. eeh of y u
IN MEMORIAMIn JMMS Gera on, husband Grave.de servie, for Barbara
V Five Sees Shcruce: Lacey, daugbt.r cf Mrs..
t l'vrg: memory of our dir, Syrettia Strong, mother V.. ...n.a Lacey of 19164" NW Ha
mother. grandmother sister, Ruth Cr shuttle starT ave were conducted in LtaeolnM
aunt, tcie aunts
r"i.a. Cemetery Oct. 3.
And other relatives

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f CARD OF THANKS
REV JOHN I ROSSw
I ever" loving memory of our
.k, "-)i departed Ci.s: tie Oct 8. dear aunt
L The famJ> of the late
1952 MARY S. DAVIS
Gone, but not f rgottrn Mho departed t the great beyond

The Family October 9, 107 Your memory -
I --- stall.. always be koart alive in

/'Ii; IN MEMORIAM our hearts.
.. May you red in Hern-
peace
..
r- .... : : .J .
In rr.c3T.OT5 of c? ute, ally.Your
BIRDIE MOSS JONES denoted. nisgfcsw and

who departed this life Oct t. nieces
1948. Nathaniel Str*. **** Jr.
Sweet be thy rest and peacefulthy LJnw od Sheehan
Eurrne' B. Sheehan
sleeping.l ."'-
O blessed sleep ,where ills never W!h '.mf'fta S Park
molest the. Maude StrachanD
< r<,*'hy S
awyw
should
Why we weep; f r heaven
W ,
hath blessed thee. M.nerva S. Beaeby
i I
Sweet be thy rest ------
Your loving mother \ 1- i ,
Mrs. Maude Mow flip IN MEMORIAMIn

Mrs. Myrtle Jones Harrell, Nt4
daughter MRS LIlLIAN DEAN FORBES :? -ad but !loving memory of
Myrtle Harrell, grandaughterAnd who departed this life Sept 18 [,? ,teaand devoted) .-.}.. .
many relatives 1959. ,. ; MARY S. DAVIS
With a smile! and a wave of the + r MROBERT who departed this life on Otor ?-
hand t \a,"'.. \0- t. : 9. 9f7
IN
MEMORIAMIn You have wandered into an unknown .J. *'.""' Now the ;laborer's tank I* fin
land -- -- -- Now the battle day .is part

sad but loving memory of And left us dreaming how very DAVIS Now upon the farther ,here
the late. I fair lake this meth d of exprasfg Father in Thy graetots ltd

It needs mutt be since you linger thank> and appreciation to. Ute Lands. the voyager at .let,
there. milnfnund.t and re-atives fo. Leave -Ae n 'w thy servant'
4! t'r H .
We loved you mother cards teiefram! and floral I tasiuiu.Srrew4titly..
: Fut Jesus loved you best p.tve* and words of sympathy I. L -* -.J yowrbreltmra deyeted
The Family during their befps>vim* t May ......... ;. .4 and ..iprsi
the IAN bias. you. MAS LUZBTTE "Drew"MiJ1rIII1AN lA.... Deuaiss
Mr Siva Davis, wife Has.a Douglas
IN MEMORIAMIn And Family rAtio departed this life Octater 3. C naunce L 8traeaHmily ..
h. 199. V. S ra lMQ
In r) of our dear Helena N TaylorHaaiyn
met..r.1 "I bare n t atd, a lad goodbye,
IN MEMORIAMIn P. Seynow'MIAMI
I've only MM gporfMtlsjiit,
'v ? 14 .1 My loved one's fallen foot asleep. --- ---- -
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ad but \.ng mean ry of In God's protective *.*....
t f fs ps41 1 God guarded my dear one with TIMES ADSDON7

.I His 1 ve. COST THEY PAY
And from his throne on biofe.He .
,4L I ha made me brave eaougfe to CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
I. I I'I i say.
C,wxlnight but not go --db.e.
Mrs Helm McMillan, Dfcnt. 'w.. .. IIDon't
Miss Elisabeth Brun fneadAlbertha
Mss La whom,
friend Fret Fijrhtt

+r ,
R .

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MR Z. D RANDOLPH FA= THOUGHT -
..wh, departed C..j: Lie October 9, :
1958. FOR <* 3vjg

Gone bu no) fnrg tcn Mcy I : I .. TODAY Jlg
he rest in peace and light perpetual :_ _
shine him
upon 44 .:
f Mrs. Jesie E. Randolph! wife .' By LESTER C. ALBERT
4 Alex Dean Rand Iph, son
Mrs. Katie Ihcks, sister -TO TRAVEL HOPEFULLY IS A BETTER THING THAN TO
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I IN MEMORIAMIn ESTELLE RICHARDSON To approach a problem or obstacle with courage and convlc
who departed! this We October 7. f
lion and with the
loving memory of 1958. strength gained from faith In the worth of

MRS. MAUDE JOHNSON Here bring y ur wounded heart JAMES LACE BARNETTwho our project. wo are, 'indeed travelling hopefully. In this manner

Mho departed this life October 9. Here tell your anguish passed ire labor to reward we can more realistically meet and cope with temporary

1956. Earth has no sorrow that heaven Oct 10, 1957. setbacks and, when. our goal Is reached we can enjoy It the
Gone, but not forgotten. cannot heal "Christ t-e; Lord shall guard more.
Darling we are all so lonely Rosa Brown, daughter them well
Looking at your empty chair Essie Mae Adam, daughter lie who died for their release: The most crushing setback of all-the lees of a 'loved one _
Remembering all the happy moments Ester Nathan, daughter Father in Thy gracious keeping I Is softened by reliance on a complete undertaking service ouch

James Downs, son Leave we n w Thy' servantmother aa la provided by HOUSE OF ALBERT. 6942 NW nth Ave..
That we shared when you were Seven!) D wns, son sleeping. The Light That Never Falls"
here. Timothy Downs, son Lottie Ward
From The Children DoW. Jackson, sister And Famfly






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PTA Cards MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
I
AU schools that desire PTA
membership cards for this school SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1960 PAGE 13
year can obtain them at the home
membership' cards for this school!
of the council president, Mrs.
Emma Sweeting, 1898 NW 1st
ave.


Legal Notice FOR SALE



Notice: Robert McCaskill, a

the farmer" Mary cccupant Elizabeth of room Hotel 216 You in Harmar, Inc. Offers in Richmond Hts.

TV NOT WORKING U you are notified that the clothing you
live in Liberty City or Browns FOR SALE left in the room will be sold fcr 3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOMES
vile area, we will repair on back: payment of rent on Oct. :g'
credit. Pay weekly. Free esti CORNS LOT in Richmond Hti. I960. Wood Floors Enclosed Garage
mates. AU work guaranteed. Call 121 ft. x 105. OX 12474. A 'list of the clothing and merchandise -
OX 1-W37. follows
DUPLEX $!,+eo. 1720 NW 50th Nine sheets, 20 towels, 32
St. 2-bedr om each. Already' scarves 9 pillow cases, IAO face Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m.

FOR RENT rented to colored people. If interested I It towels one table cloth three
t write or tee owner. at II pair of pants, 8 coat, (man), 2 Models:
1440 NW 39th at.. Mrs Ortega sweater. 1 bath robe, 1 wool
t-BHDROOM APT. from $14. 2- every day between 12 and 5 p.m.i i shirt, 4 pair of short pants 2
bedr om from $16. Free water, I i i mops. 1 broom 1 ironing board 1 Comer logs Drive I Monroe St.
stove, refriferator and furniture. b x of kitchen utensils 1 box of
Manager on premise, 844 NW j
blankets." 1 electric Iron.
KindergartenThe
70th St Ora D. Taylor Agent CE 5-4246
I One belt. 2 pillows. 1 25 ftrubber ,
"IT; Golden Rule Kindergartenand
hoe. I bag of dirtyclothe
LARGE one bed hiv Nursery Hot lunches. $450 I II
room apt.
*. I box of drapes, 1 box
n nice neichb rhood. Unfurn I ;per child PL 45638.
of spread 1 b x of throw rugs, ." r OO O O 'oo o<
hed. 1S21 NW Mth st.ROOMS. 1 electric toaster. 1 lad watch t

FREE! 2 dance classes for I basket of women's clothing kitchen *
.
Furnished. 1835 NW I
tic nacs. 1 tray of knives FOR SALEA
4th ave. Call OX 1-3696 for in- I spoon, forks, 1 dresser draw fuUif.
price of 1
formation. Indf.
da** disbe
Fine Aria Conservatory Three pair of men'- ,shoes 1Bible. real opportunity to purchase a good going, moneymaking
FURNISHED 2-bedreom apt at
1 dictionary. 1 fishing
:29 NW 9tfe Terr Adults onl,. roll 1 scrap book. 1 box of ptcj beauty shop, including a 3-bed room CBS

or with baby Phone MU 1-0325 _Caner_ ___YMCA'___ I j; tures. I extension cord complete house, completely fenced House has large living
shoe shine kit. dresser full of
FUHNISHH 1'OO'ft&rtlD<< facilities Job OpportunitiesDepartment I I toilet articles, 1 feet tub. J room with fireplace, large dining room, front and rear
kitefeen privileges Apply: bottle of *>ray. 2 table lamp I closed .
bedroom and landscaped
porches large completely
721 NW tth ave. of Promotion and overn.ght. b1c. 1 pair f throer ,
Publicity. Orater Miami Urban>> .slippers.Samuel. with shrubs and fruit trees House and beauty
Leaaw. 3M NW Flirt 8t, H.
APT -with bedr om. kitchen, Moneur. manager
shop in excellent condition. Owner must sell becauseof
private bath entrance, utility Allen Wheatley Jr, vocational
Aduiy $16 week. 1SS2 NW 9th services.. secretary. Phono FR... ill health. Don't miss this chance of a lifetime.
"' 71.
are. FOR RENT
Refn eraUrn.mechanic' $3,500 Down-Balance on Easy Monthly
NEW modern
ctere. Appropriatefor Dee: Plant Operator 2-R droom CBS apt. Sto'.eanti
doctor ,",t&.t. attorney Water Production Sunpertntea- Payments
phaiineet or rettaurant In lent refrigerator. Hot and
hea oily populated area S816 NW Motor Grader Operator House and business located in heart of Coconut Grove
121 ave. Call MO 7-13O4. Ma on cold I water. Hei lontUl

ouce Officer GOODMAN'S REAL ESTATE
DUPLEX apartment 2 bedr "arpenterrutodia'" area. Call NE 4-39.13.

*t.om Call-NE ceis:4e.53343.1894 NW 53rd : Work SufxrrvUerTabuiatmc inifPeterson's 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-0380
Equipment Operator

Automot-ve: Equipment Operator "" "" ,4).4)r. ,,,..... ....A''''''''''
LITTLE J HOUSE ODe bedroom Stenographer Nursery School and
furnlabed. Call FritH,. Saturday. Kindergarten la still having! re* I I
Sunday OX 1-339. Mr and Mrs. ..,.tlC... Call NE S-4J61 for utformation. -

Taylor. BEST DEAL IN TOWN .
APARTMENT 2 bedroom 6390
,
!NW IMh ave. JW per month. 2 Bedroom Apartment

OX 1-S 47.FURMftHKD. 2 Your Entrance Own GardenNo Auto Fer Insurance EveryoneNo Why Pay Rent?

APT. $14 week. assigned risk necessary
Can: avatar only. OX 6-0754. CrowdingNew >t5 down F.nanr.nc: ava. able
1361 NW 6&th ft Paint Job ALTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
Inside and Outside 768 NW 3:d St. FR -2421 $800.00 DOWN
WE HAVE A choke( 1-bedroom

apartment f-r reM at Si4 NW Opposite' Mew Christian Hospital Register Now
2ti d *t. This is a nar bmkJteg )200 N.W. 47th St NE 4-4141 Beautiful two bedroom house, separate
FR 9-3476. I Refttter your child now in
I Fairyland's Nursery and Kinder Dining room Florida room
Come out and look-flet free gift ,
LOVHLY furnished hose with 2 farten. New Hope Baptist Church
bedr ems. Fla fORm plus rar- 6060 NW 15th ave. Hot meals ONLY MONTH
port. With beautiful landscaping.In served daily Fire pick up and $89

the kaart .., lid..... Center I' ... delivery Ages from 3 months to
is an .Meal place for quet: and S yean Phone OX 1-8A32 or FR Good N.W. Location
comfortable" living See' it at 790 4.4039 Indf
NW 66th street Adut: on y
Must be experienced sn .:ak.ng --.-
car .f a go d home PL 8-0792 EXPERT WATCH AND

CLOCK REPAIRS $100 DOWN $20 MONTH
Look! Look! 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.

O.e and two bedroom apart- 1785 N.W. 62nd St. Andrews' JewelersAll Buys your own lot. Terrific investment
.
work guarantttd
ants for rent funu-hed' or unfurnished
only 113 and $18 per $595 Down $80 Month 40 Year* In Business
we.k. !\'k.. cWan. pracrleaTnr Very nice 3 bedroom, 2 FR 1.0112 Only a few left. Call today

buidu.'ny! olean. quiet bath plus large Floridaroom.
Burr fciadias! Good clean tenants -
with TWO ch.Wrrn allowed For Sale ---h- -
Call FR 7-12iWI or see R.5. IIBovtta .
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at 1M1 NW lit coun.Miami New CDS home, 3-bed- $600 DOWN $75 MONTH
1884 N.W. 53rd St.

Rev Bowie places emphatic $1,700 Down $75 Month rooms, tile bath. Living and Pays Everything
HJ the inset environment' of a
fMtt"'t-wrriaflAd. It i is a blessing toM Beautiful 2-bedroom, CBS dining room, kitchen, Flor-

oommpnity! Whrre tnf'ffare plus garage and furnished ida Beautiful two bedroom CBS house in
clean apartments clean tenants.this kitchen. room, carport.

reuU d;in but having we hould a deanneirhborho not -. a: '. Charles Hudson, OX 1-0624 Opa Locka-No balloon mortgage

hove our area too overerwdedn
N.W. 50th St.
1825
< nier to be sure that this b the a
h.a4Iyi..t. and safest place $350 Down $70 Month "Fashionetta"November
live. So t.!nas4 choose your place nice 3-bedroom 1
la lire with cre. O8 Very 4, 1960 Call for information on these and other good buys laThe
bath on large lot. Partly
furnished. Bayfront Park Auditorium Liberty City area any time

APTS. FOR RENT --
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EfficienciestBedroom 1895 N.W. 53rd St. Registration Now Going on

2 Bedrooms $1500 Down $77 Month At Jackson's Toddle Inn t Supreme Realty

2-bedroom CBS, awning
Go to s N E 4-4303
Rent Office' Venetian blinds, furnished

4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. kitchen and carporte. --- -
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THE BEST IN TOWNS BABY CONTEST FR 1-5641
call ua to see inside.
New going on
.v* money -I.--Z=C
Winner gi a t0 t. POM album
CASH FOR YOUR LOT
.f himself' FREE

MIAMI I TIMES ADS ,1- --- -w J. F. Deal Studio .

DON'T COST THEY PAY PL: 7-S45 283 ffW 79th St. 307 N.W 2nd Ave. IIt Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA TB Press Project

PAGE 14 SATURDAY OCTOBER 8 1960 I

Kickoff Oct. 12 DRIVER'S LICENSE !

Editors of publications in Junior
NAACP Uncovers Swindle and Senior High schools In BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
I this area and throughout Dad t I
County have been invited to par
Ucipate in the 24th annual school : O'BERRY'SMAGIC
of Home Owners press project' sponsored by the
Negro Dade County Tuberculosis Association CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
Dates are from Oct. 1 6262 N.W.16th Avenua
ASK FEDINVESTIGATION "Later" they said, "the homeowner to Dec. 9.
TO would find out that he has Joint sponsors of the annualconpetitlcn OX 1-5283
signed a mortgage on his property are the National TB
and that the cost had been' Increased Association and the Columbia
almost ten to 12 times Scholastic Press Association. -
TAMPA A scheme to the cost agreed (ft." Atrards are made at local, state
swindle Negro horn owners was The jrlndle includes the Msijtiment and national levels.
revealed by the Fl-rida\ State of the "mortgage to a The local TB Association has swmrs cur-JMTE STOlE
Conference of NAACP this week third party immediately after' invited editors and staff members
when Investigators for the the papers have been signed" of school and publications, faculty The Friendly Store With The Warm W.lCOIDe
NAACP uncc-vered evidence that they said. "We know that thereis sponsors principals to
more than 100 Negro families in at least one or two small loan attend a kick-off schoti press 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
conference October 12 at 3:30
one North Florida town were firms involved In this dea}."
facing mortgage foreclosures. "In one North Florida city, pm. In the auditorium of the The finest products at Cut Rate Prices
Atty. Francisco A. Rodriguez there thans 101 case Dade County Health Department,
are more 1350 NW 14th st. GET YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES HEREto
member of the Legal Committeefor calling for foreclosures on prop-
NAACP in Florida and Details c* the project will be GIFTS
the erty owned by Negroes they Binders Me ,...
Robert W. Saunders field secre said. "It appears that In t h 1 s presented at that meeting by a Cologne I ...-,.... 1.00 2JO
tar,. Ismed a Joint statement In community there was derelictionon distinguished panel of educators Fountain Pena .... lie 1.00 Tuoaey Lotl.A __ 140 1.80
which they" said that d':cumentcd the part of public officials to physicians and TB Association I Kind's Mane Lotion 1.00
material and evidence thoxlnJthat {investigate the large number of staff members.In Ball Point Pens 10e '.15 Vitamin' Candy for
persons operating a torpor- case and to prevent the low of the meantime, schools wishing Children
att-n whkh they refused to name property by Innocent person to to participate may get complete Fillers ....., .....i...,i Se fie MfJeretn'a op
at this time, were knowingly per. sharks" the two officials said. Information from Mrs. Susan Lotion t7s 1.00
petrating frauds on Negroes under E. Bering, program directorof OPEN DAILY A SUNDAYS A.M. to 10 P.M.
the guise of "home repairs"The "For this reati, we have the Dade County TB Association JOHN A. McMINN.' Owner
officials of the NAACP creed with the State Presidentof S3 SE 8th st, phone FR
said that a corporation or corporations NAACP. Rev A. Le'n- Lowry, 7-2368. .
operating statewidewas that the Attorney General of the
fraudulently obtaining RIg- tate at well u the Justice Department
natures of home owners under should be called on to NEED CASH
the pretense that small additl nor 'nvestlsate' this swindle and if
repairs to their hornet would need be. t> prosecute' those persons $25 to $600PL8.3653
be made at a nominal cost involved.

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Ameriet's 1 IDEAL LOAN CORP.

I Key West. Southernmost City 6105 N.W. 7th AT*.

By FRANCIS E. PALMER


CAL'S ,
Carlton S. Allen" son of Mr. Mrs Sarah Roberts of 723 r
and Mrs. James A Mien 813 Emma St.. Is Improving nicely BAR & GRILLENOW
Galveston Lane. was promoted to after a long Illness. cut.A rlllC DLLIVtRY DRUG
specialist' fur S rH 13 In Germany SERVING
where he is a member of Friends of Mrs. Itabell Roberts BREAKFAST LUNCH
the 8th Infantry Division. are s'Try to Mar of her accident AND DINNERAt
But wish her speedy
a
Specialist Allen a radio relay recovery.' Popular Prices HAROLD JOLLIVCTTC. Manager
and carrier operator In Co. A of
the division's 8th Signal Battal- The Douglass High School 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.
I Advertising in The Miami Times Pay Off
lion In Dad K nznach. entered band has been organized under
the army In January. 1959. received the direction' of Joseph Davis.
his basic training at Ft. The band has 45 members and
Jackson S.C. and arrived 'rer- nine majorettes. We are expecting
was the following July. a very successful year with For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
Allen It a 1953 graduate of the help <'f the citizens In our
Douglass Hijth School I and was community. Watch out for the
employed as a mechanic by date we are planning a Tag Day
Van's Diesel Sales and Service rally BONDED COLLECTIONAGENCY

before entering the army. DEATH

Birthday greetings In the Mrs.' Anna Welters a well. .
mctith of October to: Mrs." known citizen died In Monroe -
Franka Mae Chapman. Mrs General Hospital after a short I: '
Cleora Lopez Mrs. Marie Green. illness on Sept. 19. Services were Inc.The
Mrs. Mlzpah Dates. Mrs Irene ht'ldpt.. 25, frtn St. Mary's
Allen Norman Alien Eloise Star of the Sea Catholic Church ,
Notts.. Terrence Williams. R*.. Father Cronin officiating
W. H. Zanders and Robert Survivors are four daughters ,
Munnln Mrs. Althea Garrett and Mrs.
Mrs. Melinda Farrincton a Claotelle Perry of New Yerk
faithful member of Bethel AME City Mrs. Mildred McGee of
Church has returned home after Key Wat; three sons Virgie. L The largest collection and rental
spending a m<:f1lb'l vacation Frank and Anthony of Key
visiting her daughter Mrs., West; a brother Stanton Blake in the South in
Florence Walker of New" York f St. Augustine 16 grandchilden. r agency ; operating
City. .
I Dade and Broward Counties'

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Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE Negro Housing areas

ALSO CONTRACT
L L. ROOKS, President
PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

Licensed and Insured

Colors Mind Free Frts Estimation and Consultation MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

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TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA FLORAL HEIGHTSIt's The Amazing THEOLOGICAL

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8 1960 PAGE
15 I October and school bells "Harvey" to be CENTER REACHES
have been ringing one month,
and one day in Dade County. Presented by North $1,000,000

Mays High Expands ORCHARD VILLAThe The halls of Fl rat Heights are Dade Faculty ENDOWMENT

first PTA meeting at Or- filed at 8:13: each school day
Physical Facilities morning with beautiful smiles
chard Villa MARK
Elementary was received "Is he fcr real or alnt her
and cheerful good mormnis.
with
great enthusiasm.The .
Maya High School in Goulds, theme "Count Down to Educatlon" These come from the 1116 pretty will be the question as Miamlans Atlanta Ga. A $90,000 grantreeevied
ceive an opportunity en Monday -
expanded Its physical facilities and neatly dressed angels, whole
was highlighted -
with a by the Interdenominational
<< Oct. 17 to witne the state
by making additions to the silence demonstration by Mr. Stnchan's3th noses are not yet dirty for the Theological' Center from
of the
lanrey
department, arts department day. Their ages range from threeto production
grade class
intrdudng acme amazing but most invisible animal a donor who wishes' to remain
hememaking and guidance of the basic reading skills and a nine. companion of Efcvood P. unnamed completes the first

department I.PriMipet dramatized creative version cf Te pre-nchootora are members D-w-d. This rollicking comedy is million dollars of the Center'sdrive
James M. Simmonsanttefcfeted Rumpefetkin was performed. of the two new classes added being presented by the faculty of for an endowment fund of
the rapid growth in Many attractive and informative t> our family the class North Dade High School In the two million. President' Harry V
school population in the school's posters in speech, art, science: for the blind and partially seeing school auditorium. Richardson in making this ann -
community area of Goulds and I and health were displayed in the and the class for the deaf and "Harvey" Is centered around uncement, states that this

took the giant step ahead to make cafetorium. hard of hearing. School age Qwo d P. Dowd (T. S. Greer) phase of the drive for endowment -
the necessary preparations to Mrs. Pearsall summarized th pupils are also members of these who is a crack-pot and sees' a funds was completed' fully
better meet the needs of all evening's program and Introduced clashes. large rabbit who is fond of rum- two years ahead of schedule and
pupils attending Mays High. the members d her staff. \n A tremendous increase" in enrollment pots and crack-pots but Is actually enables the Center to begin work'

During the 199 and 1960 tem exciting and stimulating eveningwas has resulted In a dividing .'lfe1>o\\od is a sly studi- on the raising Of the second' mil
there were 1.489 pupils enrolled enjoyed by all those who attended if our house. Grades one ouf-looklng rnt. lion. Such a fund &Is necessary for

as comra.ted' to 1.520 enrolleesfor through four are housed at Floral This Is the first presentation of the balanced financial operationof '
the 1900-61 term. This c n- From September 18-24 our Heights' proper, and grades five the Faculty Club and it promisesto the Center.
stitttte the largest enrollment in school lunch week was observed.A and six (377 pupils) are housedat be most hilarious and most in-
the school's history. The increase representative (Mr. Scott) i the South Campus-Browns- teresting. Many of the school's
is due no doubt to the numberof ft m the Dresden Dairy Plant ville Junior High This increase "stiff educators" will "limber Drama WorkshopAt

pupils graduating! from the visited our school with resource ale brought about an Increase in up" as "Harvey" makes his way, Barry
varteu elementary .cl sools the information. cafeteria manager teachers. Invisibly! on and off the star

retaining o0' pupils in some Mrs. Mary Alburv, Four new teachers in additionto with Dowd. High school students in the
grades and .il continued to stress the importance the 30 previously employed at
migrating
cH to I Participating are: T. S. Greer. Greater Miami area have been
this area. The increase numbered i lunch.cf a well balanced ty o"A" Floral Heights reported to workon Miss Bettye Sutton Miss Lor- Invited to attend drama workshop
111. : Aug. 29. Eleven new faces Hare Id Guin- scheduled the
raine Farrington. by Barry
Miss. Antkmette
In an effort to give additional Spicer, arrived the> week of Sept 20 to yard Mrs. Fredrika Bruton, Mrs. Colic' a Playhouse through Sat-

itrrntth to the faculty 13 new fl"pOrtfl'I help eliminate overcrowded Lois Hogan, Mrs. Margaret Gat- urday. Oct 10-13

personnel were adder Mrs. Cortez I classes. tin. WUHam Mean. Richard According to Sister Marie
Cowart foods; Mrs. Nettie E. art; Lambert Reed mathematics; Mrs. Grace B Albert has accepted Strachan. Charles Jones, Leroy Carol. OP head of the Barry
Cooks Dove, science: Mrs Ruby Nathan Bernard Campbell art; the task of keeping the Daniels. Mrs. Juanita Hamberry Speech and Drama Department
Taylor Cruz secretary; Mri Erie Knight music; Nathaniel family housed under two roofs Mrs. Zelma Peters Mrs. Marion clinics will be h.td In the col.
Susan Wright English and twines Hickson and C. Rogers, custod- together It is a grave responsibility Allen. Mrs Willie Mae James. loge Little Theater at 4 p.m.
edueaton; Mrs. Davis Pend.r.speech ians. however the entire faculty Mrs. Evergreen Murphy Mrs dally and from 1 pm. to S pjn.
and drama; Mrs. Zena In the agriculture department has united to become her Kathryn Iritchctt. and Mrs. on SaturdaySent

Ru*.ell.) cafeteria manager Mrs. a new tractor was purchased' to backbone and help kft'PM Thomaena Walker.t r drama students Kathy

Marietta Gibson, television aid replace the old one. The new school moving smoothly. "lIarv y will be a successful Haatine. Julie Hardoly, Sandra
Bennie Sam IM'II. science and tractor Is blue In color>> and operates All parents are reminded ltf product n because we have a Hovey, Nancy Yohe and ZatdaCaeho

matawmaixr; >; WiUivm R. Hamilton well. PTA meeting Tuesday, Oct. 11 cast consisting of the finest are in cfcarge of the program
graphic arts; Joseph' Leon Dave Boone, reporter at 8 pm. group of actor in this section of which WIll ",,(ude demonstrations -
Miami" revealed Mr James of backstage tech
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Randolph. direcUr. nkjues acting v ke and diction.

I BTW THESPIANS INITIATE NORTH DADE DRAMATISTS and stage pantomime and movement

J. R. E. LEE ELEMENTARYThe

PTA met" Sept 26 with a
I l1Nb large attendance' the largest

number swearing at any of our Men and Women
meetings
Mrs. Mary B Lane, one of the Train for Civil

3rd grade teachers gave a short
.tioy and tidy' talk en the Service Positions

b meaning and duties. of a pod GRAMMAR SCHOOL

ITAMrs EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT
Ji Catherine the very efficient -
instructor of the night
riaae in wmg. INd. very SEND NAME ADDRESS
beautiful display& & of dresses and PHONE NUMBER
huts made by members of the
c:aas Mrs Taylor in her modest P.O. Box 4712

way made It emphatic that any Miami 1, FUrUa Ind'!
JIKinterested and with a little

patience" can learn how to sew
Mrs Taylor introduced her sup-
crvfc.or. Mr Maud (Reed, who
starred' her points:
To be able: to sew saves Try ua
money To be We to sew shows We IUv It

frjIVM i w *1 ( WINE'S
o loud way tt UH leisure time PHIL AND

W1M'IJ. FOOD STORE
The remarks by our new prin

cipal. Mss C. W. Bawl were Phone OX 1-9618
<- .1 encouraging. and fitting
Lost ''''''* officers were rented 6968 N.W. 17th Ave.

qY'!) and a taw more comtcc -
.1 I r.:: > were added NORTIISIDE FOOD STORE

a PTA meet nil are n..'.d every"\
Jy t.r')> Mcnda in tie cafetonum 1486 N.W. 71st St.

Mrs C Anderson, prtt dent I
1.1"3 VA:n: But"on, reporter
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Seven
Seven E f'n'H'n'.1 Drama ru".Dnal col r.'. the North Dade : Clarence 8c.\k.n Michae'Duncan
'.a1.c'S experienced their first (graduated I. Fred Ford.flier .
Arts" werti i gved!: : by metnbersf In ,
moments of member U.p a$ each Knowle.. J hn Pryor,
the B<* ker T Washingt n
was ca.Icd: to the state to accept Theodore Meadows Will McCoy -
Thespian Troupe 2112 as th-> You?
initiated members of the Norh contemplate and sign the charter Young. Adrian(graduated Watson) and Franc More Than

the National
Dade Chapter into
Member of Bo ker T. Washington -
Thi apian Society! during an Participants :n the Initiationeeremony
h:**.r.. etMf, asombiy ea Sept. 28 Troupe the 2112"Seven made Elements timely fr m Troupe 2112 were TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
in tae Dade auditorium speeches on Patricia
North Julius LHM Smith -
ol SpevGtt Arts" Speech, dance BARGAIN IN IUSTORYTh.t'
Taylor Carolyn Alfred
As a result of the ceremony nUfig.. dramatic literature Juanita Greene Annie WU ams,
the North De > Chapter became theists the first actor) and
Calvin Thaswti. Jams rAY in. why we say .
Troupe %1.. the second" ) Negro theater as candies& were lightedto
Janice Maycodt. Anthony family, in good shape for years and year
Socirty in Fl nda holding memberddp hail the occai oOfficers your
Sweetie. Barbara Squire, Ruby the of keeping or someone in
the National 11ttlJllPiaSgeM0t can be means you
in
Robinson. Ervin Hamilt n. Barbara -
became neophytes: ai
,. prescribed by doctor average cost about $3
took their oath of office Tucker and H4n. Brook your
The Society, ealeb'ished early they from ecTrepoBdi officers, wf A lubrication job and oil change typical cost,
in the spring ol 19W at Fair I Other responsible for
persons another
Troupe 2112. about $5 keeps your car in good shape
mont State College West Virginia the overall aueeess of the pr -
The North Dade Girls End1rH'tM another few thousand miles. But a drug
services G few months
provides advisory Charles gram were MUM Th member *nb Jc. by Leroy K.
and material t Walker, program typist
Marie".
.eh. ols on all: phases of play production Jones sang slave"Mam'selle tong and the Daniels and art It__'.. Ue Bring your next prescription to
sad dramatic arts work. Louisiana decoration. atneia Young An-
Its effect savings IB the Mixed &>atable of North Dade Jessie Gloater and
: tervices nie FraZ1<<
production budget, al*,. rendered "When emed"The Lilacs Last in Janet SweeWil. ushers. (H spiUhty -1 EDDIE'S DRUGS
the Dooryard Bl Club); Ruby W.&". Shir- 1
"Ee< bllahmesrt at North Dade
charter member ofbe fey, Daniel Gladys Perry. Juan-
of ti IIe eonsl Thespian Societyin ..... Lonaie Barnes.uahr. .
Frank
North Dade Society- are: BettyCopeland. iu 801 N.W. 3rd Avenue
tike slat .is indinl an accom (Junior Drama Club.)
Willie Cummings. RubyDoyle.
of pUsfMBMat these< N.rth. Dedeites.I am truly aeelaimed preud- Lillie D- Ju'Harvin... Patsy Esther Ferguaen. Leroy Washington, second from "Whara pharmacy t* a 're'....*.. sat a 116111.,."


he Prlnntsjil pie. the Charles closing remarks D Wyehe as H **.rd, Hannah Sarah Darlene S J boson Kaowis.Eugeaia left beats' Charter the" National to Jame Thes-B Call or have Jour doctor FR 3-9903

Pr. emi the Charter aoeept- Jones. Randolph (
*
g aM Miss Barbara Lester LaVvrn Little. (c.eW) drvmaties instructor c.n ,
ed JamRandolph
by
Smith at North Dad MJISLerraw
PhylU
Losrsuae Farrtngtoa. sponsors of SluM Rolle. FarrinftoA. eo.w;..osao( M"1ceMIAb11
was Johnnie ;;eight, Yvonne Spot- for FREE prescription delivery
the North Dade Chapter D
Taylor. Abigail of the drama dub aad Charles I
> o.f ford. Martha
Let y W.*hififtsnpoUK" Tucker Flora Wyche l looks, on Photo by
T. Wah- I Th ropJuns. Betty
Booker
Trace 2U2 ol i 1 of Mlasru
Johnson
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1960 Straighten your hair I y i 4

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wftII ew6eanr
rlw,...MAT w
ALL COSMETIC' COUNTERS
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Recruitment for 400 agricul-
cultural workers in Fl'rid began Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
on Monday In Nassau and I
wiH ceatteue" for two weeks.
They win be employed by the
CenolMted Naval St re; --
Deer field Grove, W aba>>o; WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot ci- _
DeerfMd Groves, Fort Pierce;
Manatee Fruit Co.; Nevins Fruit 50 x 110 Good for 2 pniU.-$1,250 I
Co.. Coca; Nevin Fru.t Co., I:
Titusviile; R. L. Garrison and CASH PAID FOR LOTS OR HOUSES 1'.
Hariey Watson.

i BRAND NEW-Lore3bedroom! 2 bath and gar. This cozy brand new bedroom CBS home built by

Ffe rfcia Dames, 9-year-old ace, oak floors, tile roof, built electric kitchen Fairlawn Homes, Inc., features shower doors Venetian It
daughter of Mr. and Mr James
Dames of Freh+ Creek, Andros 1430 N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE. blinds, sold to Mr. and Mrs. James Brooks located at

collapsed beside her! mother on SEYMOUR BARONJE 1860 N\V 70th St., Liberty City. Transaction handled by
Bay Street Sept. 24, and died a
few minutes later in a doctor'. 8-1340 JE 2-4343 Mr. Ben Finkel of the Fair Realty, 6200 NW 2nd Ave.,

office. a PL 71645.

The child who was shopping .
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sometime. It is believed that she

died from pneumonia. Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR

Stanley Roile of Elfl1L era,
was found unconscious at toe A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
home.f Mrs. Maude Owen-
March where he was employed as
watchman Saturday n.ght, Sept. t.
24. The ..&-) r-oM man died on 4 :
the 20u He is survived by his rN
wife. Merlene.
r

A brand new cfeipfBrnt of gods:
valued at $4,000 was completely
destroyed by are Friday morning
Sept 33, when Are gutted the
Parks stcr in the PsilinakubuMtog
on BUaabeU ave. The
Are was exunguuhrd in time to
prevent further destruction to
the bullshit. The goods were not
insured.
Traffic was held up for several
hours, and man> empi yces were
late for work because of the This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
traffic jam. The cause of the Are
has not been determined.
WHY PAY RENT? JUST COMPLETED. BRAND NEW 3BEDROOMCBS
JklUs Mary Louise Roberts, only
daughter Mr. and Mrs, Cal-
andar lieberts, war married to HOME.
DOWNNO
Lionel John Rolle, son of Mr. and Only $595
.Ira. John A. Rude Sept. 28 430

pjn. at Ucthei Baptist Church. CLOSING COSTS -- $86 MONTHLY MOVE RIGHT IN

The cerenunies were perform.
ed by the Rev. Lervy Kuker. The OPEN SUNDAY 1.6 P.M. SEE 1551 N.W.154TH STREET, OPA LOCKA
bride was given in marriage by
her; uncle Jacob Scott. r

The recepuon was heW at the BROWN SUB SPECIAL LIBERTY CITY AREA2BEDROOM :
Hamilton Royal Castle in Mt : Do you want to build a church,
Royal Ave., Nassau. 5 bedrooms 2 baths CBS. Closeto
units, stores, recreational centeror
Mrs. Marion Johnson of 1531 buses. Priced low $11,500 $895 Down bowling alley? If have
NW Itt court, )Miami aunt vl the so we
bride, flew over to attend the :total 1 mortgage only. Hurry!) Close to 17th Ave bus, 5mh St. a large tract 200 x 170 ft. on

wedding of her n.ece One mortgage only. $80 month. NW 24th Ave between N.W.

WANT VALUE? SEE THISI! All new fixtures. Painted. 153rd St. and N.W. 154th Sta.

l SPIRITUAL KALO ORIENTAL PRODUCTS 2.droom CBS. $10.995 total. r A Only area zoned this way in this

Perfumed Incense stick (Imported N.W. 17th Ave.. N.W. 52nd St. LIBERTY CITY NEW CBS popular Opa Locka area. Terms

) and powders: Anointing.\ area. $75 pays all, including !In. I bedrooms, blinds, shower arranged. Terrific I
Bridal Bouquet: High John and surance and taxes .
doors buses, schools .
Candle Oils, etc
Prof M. Kaxim (of India) $995 Down $895 Down HANDY MAN'S SPECIAL!

, lA.A., LL.B. D.8. ac, DO 'E. Move right In. No closing costs
SPIRITUAL ADVISER I Only $195 Down
CLOSE IN SPECIAL!! i
212.15 94th Ave.
Queen. Village 28, N.Y. DUPLEX LIBERTY CITY AREA This 2-bedroom home needs a lot

Price list 1k (colna only) 2 yr. old CBS. Widow must sell. : 2.bedroom, carporte awnings.All of repairs. Buy as is, fix it up

Below cost. Partly furnished. fenced. One mortgage only. yourself, make yourself some

Nice area.EXOTIC $795 Down money. Only $4,500 $50 month.

; _ _&_.. ____.._'.aA Close to 62nd St. and 22nd Ave. 1 mortgage. Lot size 50x100. See
rI buses. 7610 N.W. 15th Ave.
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Opa Locka. Close to schools. i
Brand new 3bedroom. CBS Builder has a 50x106 lot available I
homes features on nice block of Edison Center SACRIFICING MUST SELL!
driveway carport
N.W. 64th St. N.W.
near
rear screened Florida bedroom 2 bath, front and
I 12th Ave. Ready to build a custom
room, utility house G. E. oven built 3-beoYoom, 2 bath CBS rear porches. Close to N.W. 12th .'
and All
large bedrooms.See .
range. home Closed garage. Hardwood Ave. and 62nd St. buses. One
models N.W. 18th Ave., floors. Will take .
a ii mortgage only. 6%. $63 month.
N.W. 152nd St. No closing costs .
$2,500 Down
h ONLY DOWN
.. In the TV repair field $995 Down For particular buyer $1,495
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