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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 15, 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.8 MIAMI, FLORIDA SATURDAY;-OCTOBER 15, 1960 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PACES



Arrington Named Regional- Directorfor 9-Year-OW Killed I




Kennedy-Johnson Campaign bu Speeding CarA


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One c< the mast significant appointment nine-year-old boor ITM fatally
of the current Presidential
.
injured on Sunday he
Campaign was made Oct.
10, with the selectioa of Atty. rode his bicycle from behind a
llenry H. Arlington of Mimi parked n'nnm van tight Into
as the Southeastern Regional the pith of a speeding car
Director for the
Kennedy- Dwight Miller of 14245 NW
Johnson JPrAsideriUal
Campaign 22nd Mace Opa Lrcka, was
and to work with
CancreasmanDante struck by an auto In the intersection
FUC't>l1. campaign chairman a'rf at NW 143rd at. and 22nd
4th Congressional District. # place. He wa. the 110th Dade

ThU was made at the request of traffic fatality. A a

Conerr-iman William (Dill) sew Ulis crushed body was taken by
Dan, who .serves on the '
ambulance attendants at 130 pjn, 9 wE
Presidential ;
Staff of Senator to hOllpitaL
Kennedy.' The appointment: ms a
confirmed' by Senator Joe Tyd- Willie Franklin. 33. of 14101
taff of Mainland who serves at NW 23rd court driver of the car,
the n':rich Coordinator tor the ,. was driving west n 143rd st,
Kennedy-Johnson ticket. It is when the accident occurred: police -
. felt that this 1* one of the key 1 said. .
appointments doe_to. the 'fsci -
Florida U one of the strategic Witnesses said the little boy
states, relative to the electoralvote v ... had just I left his home to buy *nIce
which can become decisive cream cone when be rode in I
fact* in this election. the way of the death car
Atty. Arrinjtn win90 1 ys
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serve in the capacity u tempor -
ary State Coordinator, in an ef
fort to produce a solid democratic .: Ask Khrushchev for HelpLODGE 1
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vote and to unite the po. i +
litical: leaders and workers in r rC rI
the State.
A 4-minute. talk Mrs held by
two New Jersey Negroes with
SHOOTS NEPHEW BOOSTS larmier Khruahchev' this weekon '

NEGRO FORCABINET I the Negro problems..
WITH "EMPTY" Clarence C Cfgin of Jersey
POST City, and William J Clark of
GUN Newark' reported that they met
Cabot the Russian leader at the Soviet
Henry
Lodfe Republican
Another IttmptI'IA proved vice presidential nominee UN mission in New York City.
to be d.aD. rout last Sunday told a Catherine in San Francisco Coffins was quoted aa saylRc."I .
when a 13-year-old boy pointed Cal I, m Sunday that. he was very pleated by I his re*
hia father's M automatic at his would I stone to our questions.. Ile.revned
like to see a Negro **>
nine-year cod nephew and pulled The featured model for the 1960 Fanhlonetta sponsored pointed to a cabinet post in the very anxious to help us
the trigger by Gamma Zeta Omega chapter of the Alpha Kappa government cf the United Slate but pointed out that many inter.
Nathan L. Olllf, of 2778 NW Alpha Sorority Is ,)11aa Lob Bell of New York. Miss While he did not want to national conflicts made it cult for his IntervenU&n at this
45th St.
was struck In the
left talk ('MWMbefore the presidential -
Bell is outstanding fashion designer and model. Ticketsare ."
arm and chest at his home and an election. Lodge reportedly mumer*
h&. condition in Jackson Memo- available from Jill AKA sorors. I averred' that Ralph Dunche :is Qartfi 13-year-old daughter
rial Hoepltal was reported' as n. of the three or four greatet Huldah, an lOa grader, was
serious. present She rags. offered a
Ray Eugene Preston, hll' Lodge livinc said Americana.he also favored scholarship In a Soviet t irwtHuUon
Terms
uncle of 27M NW 43th it told i 3 Get Life T federal aid to parochial schools of Wahec lea mine.

Metro' homicide detectives, "I and for ash :.ol construction.
thought the gun wa. empty In a nationally televised appearance school boy to known his mathematics -
Ray had taken the magazine he said: "If you are M well as the pt&licacb .
from the gun but did not notice MurderThree taking a parochial school boor into :ol boy You want him to be
that one bullet was left in the for Jap the army to chamber .lie*, you want the parochial' -

IKE INVITES I ex-e nvicts on trial for I .
first decree murder, pleaded: 1T .... "",. "\ ;., b
AFRICAN 0ulKy" on before .. l' I .
Dade Cthetrial '
upened County .. '
DELEGATES TO cult Court I ,. ,.7>>4 ,,:

WHITE HOUSEThe Herman Red) Williams 27; f I' .

Cleo Orange' 23, and Freddie J; .1 ..
chief defecate ct all the La AT tree Jr 23 were accused 14 ,.
new' member! states of the United' the holdup siajinc. f Howard HKohayafthi l 9 1 ", :
Nations will be honored by President 64. a nationally ,
Eisenhower.! at the White known" florist of Japanese des- i
House today (Friday ) TAt PrwiouSljr tliry" had pleaded :;
The president will furnish a not guilty f> the first decree 1,.e'I
e
special plane to take the diplomat murder charce
to Washington and back to
New York and thus strenrhenthe Judge Joe Eaton JlrDW'ftC't'dbe'
U.. i-ith the IS new African three to.,life knpritanment on A
nations and Cyprus WednesdayKohanrajht' ,

Secretary of State Christian: who operated the ,Ir ;k'f
Herter will entertain the UN Four-Way Florist and Nurseryat ..
defecate at a Blair douse luncheon 2313 NW Mth Jt... /wa. shot six
after the White Ilouae af times 1Dbe- head last April by
fair. bandits- who escaped from h s
President Eisenhower met Sat- shim without tacking any money, I 14
urday with Prime Minister *
Alhajl Sir Abufbuakar Tafanrm of ills. wife told police that he was
Nicerla. which became a member working in hi, office .worn the T
of the UN on Fridpr.Other three entered
African nations invited
They were apprehended' pod
include: Cameroon, Central African "
taken tats custody within a few
Republic' Chad. Coc&> Re. days by the police
public Dahomey Gabon. Ivory
Coast,, Mali Malagasy RcpubUe.
Nicer. ,. : Senegal :
and the Voltaic Republic. inal Court save him a clean t
fine M-naUon slate this week on other dunes
now dominated UN by an Assembly AirSean-is t pending afalntt aim -.st..' ..- .".,1-- "':'JIIII!

Arian croup of 43 members. Moves K. Murphy 30. was >eruitted FAMU ROYALTY Annette Madison Usa FAMU.- Grade Lewis, left, charming -

< of the robbery of the (center.) 19-year-old senior at FloridaA 19-year-old aophomore from Miami,

FREED AFTER Neh 1933. Bottling after the O Jury on detlberatedfor Jan. 21. and M University was recently elected was elected sophomore attendant and

BEING JAILED three minutes Evidence was to the coveted post of "Miss FAMU' for Faye Gary, right, pretty 19-year-old junior .

WRONGLYA presented by Assistant Public the 1960-61 ,school year. A native of from Ocala was elected junior atten

5M.uco Loffredo. that ,Murray who Jacksonville, she is majoring in mathematics dant. Miss Madison will be crowned during ,

man dcfof time at Ralfbrd Beach Jail at and plans a career as a research traditional! homecoming coronation
prison for two robbery convictions of the robbery JudreSchuh mathematician. Previously she has servedas ceremonies slated for Friday night, KoV
ha won a chance for a / *r'pped the other two'
sophomore and junior attendant to 4.-A&M staff photo by II. Joneo.
paroie when a Dade Cunty Crim- charges *r the 'SC tllttal. a J

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA FIDEL OFFERS $30 the committee special' was low-cost able t-ur to organist FREE

PACE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 ROUNDTRIPTOUR Information about the tour One ballet Lesson a we.tc
may be obtained by writing the for very dancs student
Fair Play For Cuba Committee,
TO CUBAI 60 East 42nd sU New York 24,
I NY. Pe-ple: in the New York area Fin Art ConUrvatoryCarver
A $40 all-expense round trip can phone the chairman of the YMCA
tour to Cuba Is being offered to committee New York Chapter
Negroes the Fair Play For Cuba Richards n Gbson. at OH 4-i3293 Come Saturday Mornings
Committee announced in N e *r I or UN 6-201.
Y I'k this week. Chartered
nights will leavt from Miami for I I ..
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the one-week trip Oct. II and : :
22. Pans! will leave on the same I
Ii 1pL two days from New York. The TAYLOR IS BUILDING AGAIN
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cost tr-m New York will be $30.

: Robert Taber executive secretary -
of the committee, said that WE HAVE THE LOTS AND
the four had been organized aft?r
Cuban Premier Fidel Caitro's MONEY
stay at Harlem's Hotel Theresa,
Castro wished t) show his appreciation .
for the hospitality he
enjoyed in Harlem and had declared Phone FR 9-1703 or FR 3-1441
that he would personally
welcome a delegation of American -
Negroes. 1481 N.W. 3rd Avenue

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Woodrow W. Hinton (center), assistant! ajrency: offi- not make a 'cme-at-our" Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
'cer of Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida, Tampa, receives e*;ense' invitation But the
warm congratulations from James II. Kohlerman a
educational director of Ute Office Management Associa-
tion. New York City, for having achieved the coveted
Federation (FLMI) designation during the 37th Confer
ence of the association! held in the Royal York Hotel,
Toronto, Canada. Other Central Life delegates shown
are: Joseph A. Henry, FL II, controller N. H. Martin
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

21st Session to be SATURDAY, OCTOBER IB, 1960 PAGE S



KENNEDY cf' a wnlrlwind tour of major


Biggest Best in HistoryTo SPEAKS TO that Fiords Political this are citto.Is optimistic evidence observers about that indicate Democrats the


LEGION HERE possibility cf winning Florda
back into the Democratic told.

Honor Youth of Senator John F. Kennedy, It b hoped that Senator Kennedy
Democratic presidential nominee will be able to make several
Jax and Other Principals Ordered to carries his campaign to I quick visits i> various part
Militant Leaders Florida next week when he arrives of Dade County, ft in Miami to address the by Congressman DanteD.
American Legion Convention on FavcelU campaign managerfor
ORLANDO The Twenty Oct. 18.His Dade and Monroe counties.
Suits
School
in
first State Annual Conference Session of of Brancheswill the Fli. Testify fpponent in the presidential
the
twill speak to convention
race
be the biggest and best ever
held" officials for the NAACP Must Appear in an hour laterKenn BABY CONTEST

reported this week. The conTentiOn DONNA CAUSES ty's rHt climaxes a aeries New going *n
will open with the an- Answer toNAACP of appearances!' here by Winner gets a 120 10 ,Me albumof ..
DUll Religious Leaders Conference On Oct. 2
RED CROSS prominent Democrats.
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hi. FREE
on Thursday, Oct. 20 at 10am. Subpoena Robert Kennedy, the Senator
in the Ml. Olive AME $505,000 IN brother and campaign manager, J. F. Deal Studio

Church annex here. TAMPA An attorney for the RELIEFFur spoke to enthusiastic and capacity 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Jlighlirfiting the convention I several' ral-
National Association for the Advancement audiences during
will be many outstanding of Colored People said lies. On Oct. 12. Senator LJnd FR 4.3034
NAACP leaden from Florida as : weeks after Hurricane
B. Johnson vice presidential
19 principals n
that Negro
well as the national office. They I today have been subpoenaed to testify Donna smashed Into Florida, Red nominee, visited Miami as part
will take part in the many discussions I. Crosa expenditures for assistanceto
and workshops of the or give depitions on Oct. IS in the storm's victims there -
session as well a peak at thepublic the case of Manning vs. lUlls paved the half million dollat
meeting. borough B>ard of Public Educa mark reaching a total of 1503,000

Rev. Edward J, Odom, Nation tion.The More than 4,130 families had STAR MEAT MARKET
al Church Secretary for NAACP case was brought by four registered with the Red Cross tot
will address the Religious Leaders Negro parents who asked that the emergency help in meeting
Dinner Thursday: night courts order the school board to needs caused by Donna's violence
The cease discriminating because ol and 1.700 of these families
Friday night public meeting
StreetTHE
62nd
: will be addressed byh.. race In lUllaborough Countyi had requested assistance !in \!- 1520 N.W.
Rev.' A. Leon Lowry, presidentof schools It was dismissed by Federal meeting long-tenm needs for rebuilding t.
the state NAACP. His address District Judge George W and repair of homes, .
will e'note" the entireeonventkti. Whitehurst. who declared that replacement of essential. household SERVICE
COURTEOUS
parents had not followed the furnishings and toils needed MARKET WITH

Atty. Robert L Carter, general pupil assignment law. to maintain family livelihood
counsel for NAACP and one extended medical and nursingcare 0
of the nation's leading constltuticnal The Fifth Circuit Court of Au- and other disaster-caused
lawyers will address peals later reversed Judge problems.
the Freedom Fund and Awards Whitehurst and ordered the east
Dinner Saturday night. Oct. 22 heard NAACP lawyers are now Fresh Meat-Low Prices

Mr. Carter I* famous for his asking that the court grant a Don't Fret Fi htl
victories over the State of Alabama Summary Judgement orderingthe
Arkansas and is the leading board to end racial segrega Join The NAACP

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from the Miami branch to the Negro children In the suit when
Legislative Committee. interviewed' by reporters said
Two outstanding representatives that the testimony of the principals
from the National Demo was pertinent In that It may
cratic and Republican" Committees prove' that segregation does exlist 1
will address the Sunday in Hillaborough County's
rally en the merits of each put ,chooILJlOW"t'f' I I nzatch-sticks.. .ju dle'stidhs!
). This meeting will perhapa be the Attorney refusedt
the major attraction because of > comment on the nature of the
the pretence of youth leaders questions to be asked or to whom
from across the state. specific questions would be directed 4
The coftftnU'ft'. consultantsand .
during the taking c< depositions
national officers present wll .
be Mrs Ruhr Hurley S. E. Rgional --
secretary; Miss Mildred When sr&ed if he thought that
Bond life membership dtyt lon Negro principals would be iri
of NAACP: John ),1. Bixoks director -placed In a bad spot," Mr. Rodriguez ,
of NAACP **I slderan ,
voter registration answered that e:
drive and Robert W Saunders educator to be a seeker of
Fla, field secretary truth Therefore. I do not believe
that ant of these persons' would
8 DIE AS TAXI be embarrassed' either mentally
or economically since we are: r
RAMS TRUCK only seeking the truth. I


Chattanooga A taxi loaded Baby ChristeningLittle

with six Negro passengers skidded __.
out of control during a Edwin Boyd son of Mr.
and Mrs El Boyd of 1811 NW I
heavy rainstorm last Wednesday I
night, hit the rear of a big truck 3rd aye apt 8 was christened at
and then crashed into another certvnoiitas held Sunday marntagat
W M. Church with
St Mary's o
killed.
car Eight person were
the Rev E. A Culmer ft flea ting.
Police said It was the worst traffic :
Little Edwin's godparents are
accident to the city's history
Mrs Lettta Stubbs and Mrs. Lil
All six person, in the taxi died 1
ian Johnson godmothers and
In the wreck.
Jw Lends and Sonny Mason \i
Edward Carlson of BrstoL Va.. godfathers.A .
driver of the truck said the taxi unique reception' in honor of
had only one headlight Cuban the christening was held Sunday
was not injured "Both cars afternoon at the home of the (
were destroy," Hawk said."The B yds A number of relative and
baby body had been friends attended.' i 1 oiiic cllJn

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4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, I960 2 JAX CHURCHES ted The' spokesman for the Youth during communion' in. which
of the Negroes
that the ushers apparently sine parUctptU
_. Council said
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referred to the photo- pa : MIL

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Three members c f the NAACP Calls $
Youth Council ,were denied ad- TV .I
mitta **" t6 white Jacksonville -
churches on Sunday. One of .

- ...... ...... the churches had sated them on ALL MAKES ALL MODELS .
Main Office at (740 N.W. 18th Av n. -*h"'+. OX 1-0421 the prcvltus Sunday. LARRY'S T.V. ; .

Branch at 1112 NW. Third Av, Mlamt, Vftfrltfa-TheW FH''i 2.ds Th4 'ushers. at First Baptist \

SUBSCRIPTION RATES iONs I Church told them that there WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS '
and asked them to
seats
YEAR t440 SIX, MONTHS $2.7t.....,THRER-MOMSH$4b7t were IQ to no* nearby. Negro church. ** j

r H. E. SIQI8MUND REEVES. EdHf --= The trio m'114 told at Sjnder 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

Garth C. Ru"... Managing Etfltcr and Butlnw. MaeagarMember Memorial sancity ct Church the church that w a the a I I 11. .... .n.. .. 11...... ....11. ...... "' ..... II

abused the previous Sunday
nf the AwmrUted Kecro Prra* when six Negroes attended : Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Offs
Member of tM National Newspaper Pnbllnber AMndatIoe therefore none would be admit- .
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entered *. NocntMl CUM Matter Anew 0. 1027, at the Pew Office : :iA*:;*: :Q,'.."'"._!"A'"'B VWW.-.MS8i ...rf8;!."MitfWS;!- .!" A!" ....w'd..;;' :.:;:.L

at Miami Florid, under the. art of March A. 1711muno 5
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NK;(;HO PKKHH IMlIn.that Amertra ran be* lead the world
from racial and national antactonl when It arrf.nl* t" rtery nanmrardlrM 1 s txlSi
of race. color or aged tila human and legal rigbta. Hating

no man. fHn* no man-cbenrro Pmw strive* to hfotp every mat
In the firm belief that all men ire hart an tone at anyone In heldbark. j" =

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By RUTH FERRY 5 !

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In 1914 J. E. Spingam, chair- statement after the fall of Rich- I t ',....('
man of the executive committee mond on April 2, IMS Danville
of the National Association for, became the last capit of the
the Advancement of Colored. Confederacy. The Sutherlin Mansion -
People established COM medal the former home of Jefferson C
to be given to 1W man or wo- Davis eventually became i
man of African dewent and the town's public library. .
;American citizenship who <*ur* The Memorial Library in Main
the year shall hare made Ute Street was I r whites only the J
highest i achievement In any field )lm-crow Grasty branch in Hoi- B ,
< f human endeavor. brook St. for Negroes. When & 1
group of Negro teenager sought
8PINOARN MEDAL service last May In the Memorial T R
Library, they turned:
During the years since 1914. were away: :::
on the ground that they were not
there have been famous
many card holders, and that the library
recipients of this medal This year was for N.hite t'ard-b'ldf'
the award went to Langston kI
only The Danville NAACP then I.
Hughes the 45th to receive' It.
took uP their caste, carried it Into
Mr Hughes poet, novelist, short.
short story writer essayist andrlatfArUhit federal*court.n immediately and Judge enjoined Rob yThomp Congressman Dante Fascell, campaign chairman ,

the medal at was the presented closing *eionof with the white city and from colored operating libraries srperate for the Fourth Congressional District; John Davis, !

the 51st NAACP Convention executive chairman of the Dade Democratic
County
in St. Paul. Minn. by Arthur S. WE ARE REMINDED
H
Spincarn. NAACP president and OF GERMANYNo Committee and Atty. Henry H. Arrington South :
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brother of the donor. In acceptingthe HIII I
award Mr Hughe, said in books have been burned eastern Regional Director for the Kennedy-Johnson s:
part that "without. the Negro yet in Danvlle. but the attitude
people. there would have beenno cf the people there reminds us presidential campaign, plan strategy for the important
poems; without their struggle, most vividly of the days of Hitler
Florida
no dramas; without their music, in Germany, if we can judge I vote. -
no Bongs.**."* by the words of a local editor 1 I #
Marian Anderson world famous who explains minant white .. I
contralto was awarded the opinion in Danville. There adeeprooted .( ---

24th medal; Walter White fpm er resentment (against; '
executive secretary of the NAACPwon Nrgroe for using court f>rce for
the 23rd ...rd. Thurgood declaration of a policy of integration We Urge YOU to.
Marshall wh will address a at the library It was a .
mass meeting here on Friday, bitter pill that the NAACP sent
nl< AME Church, was given the 31st I swallow." :
award. In presenting the medal Not all Danville citizens *ant

t/> Mr Marshall some yean ago, their library cloned, but unfortunately I VOTE FOR
the following words were said: they are an the minority
At present the Danville segregationists
"For his distinguished' service
have organized The Dan*
as a lawyer bet>re the Supreme
yUle Library F undation to operate '
Court of the United States and a private library for white 1
inferior courts particularly In people. Our comment u this: as '
the Texas Primary Case nrhlchconveivabW Nero fiddled while Rome burned, 1'
( may' have more far
5PAGE
rabid
so segregationists seem
reaching influence than any other 1'tl
possesjcd t maintain racial
act in the ending of disfran- separation I KENNEDY.JOHNSON
even at the c st of education
chI ement based up'ci race or and learning. That such a .
color in the country; also in recognition
policy it carried out to the extreme -
of the untelfishnes and thr
ughout our country I
courage which he has shown not would. lead eventually to the.
only in this but in other caste breakdown of public education
for the of belong
right Negroes to -
and te gradual weakening of ournaUon'
t trade unions in his
attack

re curces in the las, of
upon the Jim Crow travel
educated' young, men and women
system and unequal rducaUonataT.'Grt".mIUN.
not bother these .
seem to **grc
and for bade
hu gationsit one bit. The scent cf
man righto and justice in the
magnolia blo&oms is too strong,
courts"SCHOOLS
and old customs and traditionsseem
AND LIBRARIES to be still too entwined i
with the Confederate flag. But
When we think1 educationIn we al.xvs have the NAACP and I 1
any form whether It Is elementary its I legal defense and gradually
high school college or democracy will win the battle.
adult learning I think most of Don't forget the Thursgocd
us associate libraries with Marshal. ) meeting on Friday night NOVEMBER 8
schools From the time when the Oct 21.Wildcats.
first library was built and
books selected) be within that Prep
first building libraries have
been places "where Informationwas For BenedictDaytona AND SUPPORT THE ENTIRE
disseminated and education I
furthered both for students and Beach The Be-
then In later times for the thune Wildcats smartng from to DEMOCRATIC TICKET
general public. In our country 1 defeats" are preparing for a
libraries have. seemed to be a strong Benedict team from Co

furthering of the democratic lumia, S. C.According. ... .--....
ideal.. But the state of Virginia j
the citizens there. have other, to Coach Rudolph
ideas. "Bunk," Matthews; the injuriesthat .
were accumulated over the KENNEDY-JOHNSON CAMPAIGN
On June 14. 1MO, the citizens past two games have been
of Danville Va. y.-ted by nearly cleared and it lcoks u if the :
2 to 1to close the public library team will be in number one HEADQUARTERS
system outright rather physical condju n when they '
than integrate It." The local paper meet Benedict. I
The Danville Renter, support 1034 N. W. 3rd Avenue Phone FR 1-8000
ed thU decision because it wasa This will be their last game
refusal t> urrender the Last before Homecoming which: I* (Paid PoUical Adv )

Capitol of the Confederacy to UeKAACP. scheduled far 2 p-rn. Welch .
." To e J>lin this last Memorial Stadium. ._





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Temple Rollc-Piercc Wed MIAMI TIMES MiAMI FLORIDA
Thurgood Marshall SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 PAGE 5
Sponsors Banquet Miss Carolyn Pierce and David ,
Here on Oct. 21 Rule, Jr., were quietly marriedon AIR CONDITIONEDCAPITOL
Friday, evening Sept. 16 at BUNCHE
Tempde Baptist: Church. The attendants -
Thurgood halls dirtttcti
Afar
> ; lizzie
counsel of legal defense of the were Mrs. Georpe SUN, MON.. TUES.
and Mrs Christina The!
NAACP since 1940 will addressa Strong SAT. MIDNITI 1
ceremony was performed by the The Merer. of WarJame
man meeting at Greater SUN., MON.. TUCft. WED. I.
Rev 1,.. A. 'tbomtason.Book .
StewartLisa
Bethel AME Church 245 NW .
1
fCT. II. 17. 1*. if
8th st Oct. 21
on Friday night Lu In
at 8 pm. Review "-J am.. stirt THE MOUNTAIN

( Jt< Howard, Mr. Marshall became Bureau cordially Invite' yv' to 'ROAD; Ladd In
attend a book 1"t'\'r.w.'b1 Mrs.
in special 1938 counsel and has f r argued the NAACP many Frank Kerdyk of "JUwili" by "Ride Clear of Diablo" "Gun of The I
James MJchener in the ,Edison
with Audi M'
cvi) rights case before the U.
S Supreme Court. Some of these Center Community RlXvn. Dale .. I
.
Federal Savings and.Lean Alsociation. -
ca:cs include the Texas Primary "
5800 NW Tin Oct.
Case in 1944, the RcstricLve ave Timberland' mi ML Jj
l 18 at 1030 am. ..
Covenant Cam 1948, University -
Coffee 10 to 10:30. Admission
of Texas and Oklahomacases f
free by reservation only. Mrs
and the M.'h'ot
in
ZEKE 1950.
BRADY '
Exum, PL 7-3441 t
Kauh Temple: N, 149. Nobles segregation cases during 19 253. -
of The MjriLc Shrine, cordially L .TY
invites you to attend its P a a t
Potentates' Banquet Friday He visited Japan and Korea to RITZTHEATRE ...vg ... 'b-1tNAtI.
make
investigation of the court
October 21, at 9JO v.m. at the
Harlem Square Club, 10th jt martial cases involving Negro OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
and 2nd ave. Donation; $2.50 s idlers in 1957 and more recently -
Cctnmlttee: spent some time in Ghana asa
legal consultant during the
Noble Donald Rolle
Noble David NeaUe formation of that country's new Starts Thursday NOW SHOWING
Noble Zeke Brady, constitution. A recipient' cf: the
Promotional Dir. 11H Spingarn Medal and a SIDNEY POITIIR
member of New York Univer AND ALAN LAbD In
sity's College Electors Hal of
Fame, "All The Young
APTS. FOR RENT his name also appea
am ng this country's distinguished Men"PLUS
Cfftcltnctef Americans in the current -
1.B.'....... volume of Who's Who in
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A able constitutional lawyer
very
R.nt Offtct ),Ir. Marshall is considered' Visit to a Small Planet mtf KM 11M' Jjg 1M
4190 N.W. 32nd Are. one f the best legal strategists
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THE BEST IN TOWN sad dynamic speaker, Mr Marshal Adults 11.00, fttvdent 7SChlldrtn *

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NABS
TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA "LIFE""Life" FBI that Beans disappeared tamed
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stely afterword. He was

I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 a f{'ur letter irord, a WANTED en a federal fugitive warrant sought for ...
PAGE 6 fourteen word definition filing fleeing Florida to avoid protecutlon.
-
I w the meaning as belnj." CRIMINALNathaniel .
The period of duration of anything -
conceived of II resembling
The Lines. (Webster.) Beans, 39, of Miami
natural crginism
Between a A short definition for even a one of the FBI's 10 most wanted Reducing! I

Word with task of men Is under arrest Saturday at
HANCOCK for ANP smaller a Lose weight safely
-Ity CORDON gigantic burden a Buffalo, NY.

"",:, ,,--........... 1 ""':: """' '''''''''''''''''' ''''''......l carrying burden jo a enormous that upon Buffalo Trim off unwanted
3S3LZS GL GLHeroizing Beans surrendered after -
would inches
Its termlnatl.n everything and detective surrounded -
police
Khruthch ev And Castro have come to an end. But yet it the apartment house Learn how to control "i

Is so often taken for granted, cards. He Don't
where be was playing weight. let weight
Just why me press or this and why? It is surely InexplaIn- had been described ai -armed control
country concentrated on heroixinf able that something of such and extremely dangerous." lie you "",
Khruthchev and Cutro, is great importance, and that must I j jt carried an open Jack knife when A Feel younger, look

lust m re than this writer cm be t distributed in such a careful so'much arrested, but offered no resistance younger l
understand. Both came to the abundance could withstand
United Nations with the avowed maltreatment and darfi- Beans wanted In connection Visit Easy Method

intention of using the current nation by for million times higher
springboard stand ten i
meeting at a I B. Raymond of Oakland Park
the.r boasting and threats and than the highest mountain; yet so Fla. on March 5. 1540 N.W. 62nd St ;

propaganda and Our press played thought of a s less. The FBI said the murder was 015 !
into their hands, by handing them Life is a Jewel that should be \
the first page and the screaming cherished and respected by eacii 4I

headlines.The f us, polished to a refined }
United Nations show belongs sparkle so that each of our lives !
to Khrushchev and Castro, would shine in the other creating BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOW ;
n.t because they stole it, but beCAuse of a soft caressing glow of friendly
our frees. handed it 10 i lion of Mexic >, India Ghana, Indonesia light throughout this world of At $50 Per Space

them on a platter these highhanded and the United Arab Re- life.Words
bullies from Ru.la and public Into a neutralist group cannot explain Life's
Cuba, who flaunted insults and will mean more strength for the I fulfillment, nor can a book define There Are no Lot Cheaper In ;
defiance and threats In the face communist cause far the bloc I in term Its meaning. But it is
of the world.Think will lean more toward the communists understood and should be readily Southern Florida
than toward the West I excepted that life is a form that .
of Castro taking four ern bloc. excels all ethers. A form above EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
hours to villify and abuse and Roberta Is abetted In his diagnosis !I the bid of a rich man, and not I
taunt the Wo was trying to observe f the situation by Kil- defined the humblest of- the foor
decorum.Jt patrick of the Richmond New I This God-given gift should: 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 48242DRIVER'S

was a case of gentleman Letter. Says Kllpatricx, Th*>e not be put behind material
casting their diplomatic pearls finding bode no good for UM t things for with ut it material
bef re bullies who were and are, West. things could not exist.
determined to destroy the United They add little fuel to the argument Ddores Newsome12BSMrs. I

Nation unless it serves their of wishful thinker who E. H Holton
purpose of advancing commw see in a 'third force' the solution Homerocm
ism in the world. of world problems and they LICENSE I
B. T. Washington High School
lead Inescapably t. Mr. Reberts'own ,
Even a casual observer mustn conclusion that once again

te that the West is on the de-of the United States b on the defensive BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
femive before the
upsurgence ; that the change taking
communism and our current place In the world balance of
MIAMI TIMES ADS
methods of handling it seem power need' n t be fatal, but It O'BERRY'SMAGIC
lacking in effectiveness.' is another step forward for the

One thing we have to hand to Communists, another step back- DON'T COST THEY PAY CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
the c mmumsU and that isthey ward for the United' States."
work according to a well-wrought I And Just think that by our 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
tiratcgy. Castro dramatically CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
her Izatlon of Castro and Khrush*
moved from a diin.t/wn hotel
they we '\\ere playing the Communist OX 1.5283LINCOLN
and put up at llarlem'a noted
gameUnfortunately
Hotel Theresa, and thereby -
sought to capitalize on the bad the Negro I -

state if race relations in this phobes of the Old South have x JO&S5SS52S&2S -j
country, while Khrushchev hurled built up against this country a
into the teeth of this country prejudice that equals the prejudice .
ala record of discrimination and they have cultivated ESTATESMiami's
I lynching against Negroes.
U this country U ultimately
Of course nobody knows bow
destroyed Its destruction can be
Negroes would fare under communism -
directly traced to race prejudice
but Khrushchev plays I and the vagaries thereof. It has Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
the prejudice and the vagaries helped to destroy the world's
thereof before the colored
once glpwing image of deraoc-
peapiot of the world. Whatever racy
advantage the communists may
Whether our best nation can
save in the moral struggle they
retrieve its world prestige 1s a
can thank the Negrophobes of ken.
matter beyond human
the Old South, whose activities
----------------- t
ana macninauons nave placed 1
Urn nation at a fearful disadvantage -
in the current struggle between KALO ORIENTAL
communism and democ SPIRITUAL PRODUCTS

racy. Perfumed |Incense tick, (Import
The main point of the current .d) and powder Anointing.
United Nations sessions, is not
that the preta played up Castro Bridl Bouqutt: High JHn and

with his four-h ur harangue and Candle Oil, etc.

Khnuhcixrv with u fist-shaking Prof M. Kahn (of India)
and fiat-pounding and his unbecoming -
L-A.A, LL.B, 0.$. Sc. OD
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I!i Richmond Heights' Little Leaguers Get Awards




What fciod of night was it? A
night! like all nights cnly: you
I were not there. There to see the
baseball stars of tomorrow re-
eehre their awards for outstanding -
sp rtsmanshl>, achievementand
,J courage of 1960.
,
t This affair wasn't sponsored
by the Look Magazine' Presentation -
i' AUard Committee who present -
gold medals to the big
t leaguers for their outstanding
1- achievement* during the baseball
t season. Intact there wasn't
a big leaguer near. Yet there were
". stars like Jackie Robins n, Luke
t Faster Willie Mays Campanella.
\ Mlnoio and Hank Aaron thereto
receive their gold cups and

,i ribbons. .

.' That is bow each played felt as uJ : iir
.
he pr udly walked onto the \'
stage to receive his cup or rib- _
; bon for the outstanding role h:; ._
performed in the buf'baUodd
..f 1960.

; Sports fans I must say that as
each player came forward to receive -
d a trophy and a hand shakehe
feit like his ball bad Justbeen
smashed over the center-
f.eid wall and he was being u
greeted at home plate by his '
team mate Cameras flashed and
these was loud and deep applause -
from these who witnessed
one of the greatest affairs of all
time Players receiving. awards
were as followsOUTSTANDING.

PLAYERS

Name Tarn
Freddie Ramsey ..._....._... Orio'.es: ,
Wayne Anderson ............ Ort !e* tl!
Ronald Williams ..._......... Oriole
Richard Dell ......- Thunderbirds
Thomas Harrington ._ Tbutrirds
Eugene Hudson ...__ Falcons
Ray Ashley .._..... ...-.._... Eagle
LJ yd Chism -............... Eag>es
Freddie Dullard ......._....... Eagles s
t
SPORTSMANSHIP -

Herman Johnson .._...._. Orioles EAGLES .-. Session, manager; Herman J ha- Jc nt'I, age: Jcin! Sm:th. TrJ;,:;> llcdr.qj C.T > K_iwarj i
Patrick MatthcrA-s .._ Orioles T p led standing: Charles E. son Calvin: .Patterson Frank Richard Bell Patrick Martha W .m Knee ,n; Dav.d Raros -
B kt"b. manager Freeman learner Ed rard Hanna Jr, Law ncUf'n.T.3n Sitting. Lawrence y. W ,e Dem .: Sponsored uy
ACHIEVEMENT Suth. Theodore Tomas Lawrence Frankie Gibson Dnery WIllce..tatrlck Brown. J hn Dullard, Harry Swat ghssy
Morrow, Ronald Payne Matthews. Kneeling: James Tnoma EiiAard Hunt
Nathaniel Hudton ._.__. Falcons Charlie Gtbbs Sitting: Ray Ashley Freddie' Ram ey, Rhette Smltn. Benarel tfudtoa. Sponsored by --
Gerald.... Williams ..__... Orioles: Eric Collier Carl Walker Wayne Anderson, Ronald Williams Jim Kay llumsso.FALCONS .
Lawrence Morrow .......... Hawts Harold Smith. Sp M&rrd11 Gilbert Dennis. Sponsoredby Free CancerExamination
Carl Walker ....._............. Ragles. Community Playground and Recreation Richm nd Heigbta Inc.
Eric Collier ........_.._.-.. Eagles Committee.
THU GIRDS Bottom ngfet, standing: Nathaniel
COURAGE ORIOLES Bottom left, standing: Kay Hudt n. Eugene lludsen, A free examfeiatHM lef Ca-

Charles E. Dlakely Jr. .... Fale.nDlfly Top rigid standing:: Horace Collins, Thomas Harrington Kenneth Th
Stevens ............... Orioles aid for d.pussd.st ..receive ...
The Richmond Heighta LUU: rvn.
League Bas<'ball Season began
March 22. Although starting late bona. We wish to tfeaak eaefe individual MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Dr. T. 1':. Cato, *M.***f a aae
we had a very go d season. The who>> has contributed in Dade Cou l/ 1)Nr.rirswM uf
league played 27 games Mon 22 any way in making our first PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, I960 -ubixr health utd tavw program
as fftttows: seas n a sueeou. We are looking --- j4 art if a sutv-wide
forward to a bigger and betters protratn HM>......< |.jr tl e Far
Tarn wen LM **en next year. State Buard of llwltfc.. .. uttt end

Eagles I 4 Horace' Session chairman, >n I>*dv Cuunt) m 1M .al StlMseiu
CommuaMy Plargr.:und Community Playground and
and Hec. Com, sponsors Recreat.on C remitteeRicnmond lie tuiii. iHUrt. Mve l eft soda
Orioles 4 3 Height (:) w m n Alto Me .... _
Richmond II.... Inc.. sponsorHawks M t s prods as., htmever, if ..a>u* -
":io k" eligible l fur the .M ti4riall
>a 3 d.d not r-'C't'.ye a &Isaac ir h.s
Richmond HtJ Wcroan's Club EXPERT WATCH AND n' mU an aiysuattansot auf Ytia
Falcon 2 3 CX: niiM UuO, sec $r.... ... ...
Harry's Sweet Shop CLOCK REPAIRS ae CuHwiuu.t Cenricai Cllr
Thundefbirds 3 2 ..Nlr.... KK 3.7ts tl ... t s1po
Jtrn Kay Homes, pon. 303 N.W. 2nd Av., an **.., tIt..t MW
Total 22 15 Andrews Jewelers
'We m. txv. vd ..tIt UM ffe.
This season success was eoa- All **rh guarantee
4 lest to U.r W.. UMM .-4 kpyr
trtbuted by the above sponsors 40 Yar In ......M* enr"tau M eujfc*. to have
and the Richmond Heights ,
FR 1-0112 w cx.Mii.n4i.un w.il. lak. adva"t3gr
Drugs, and Lear Summer Day
**
of
tn.s Dr.New .
ur'.iMUty,
why alto
Camp of Miami> Beach c -"j uld
donated the tr-vfai and nbRayrn ;

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Members ofhe committee, )Marq'*a Glfc- n, rl:t *:.3*-:s are LATEST RADAR WEATHER:
stacdlBg. art Jotncla Matthews, I Mn. Ola! P SUnre=3. vies rva r. REPORTS ON THE HOUR AND
coach Charles Blakeley. buainca man Sgt., Ben S T :man Eddie HALF HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY
Y manager; James Henry, coach; Townsend' Mrs Mean DakeJ,.
Raymond Holloway, secretary treasurer .
nd Holloway. I n36ht Is Herbert Amroons, Richmond and Horace Sesat-n, chalnnao. At top are shown the beautiful -
served MX Edward (Height Scoutmaster, who Sitting: Mrs Gladys Sesuoo, trup&4 and ribbons donatedby
guest speaker as far the aecRta17\\I presented the trophies. Mrs. Coretha Paschal. coer.sponding .- Lear Day Summer Camp. Ml- JOIN THE NAACP!
> secretary and Mrs. ama Beaco,
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TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA V'tJA..v..VJ Mrs. H, 11. (Llama)
Green. At this time she will briar

PAGE 'SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 I e. THIS and The vital information hostess. Hulda on the Frauer subject

served a delightful repast t>;
members Bessie Davis, Lucille
{ 4 THAT Riou, Alice Dean Eddie Daniels
+ 6 Addle Sampson, Vera Austin!
Winifred Thompson, Mattie
Barklejr. Mena Jacks, press
By RUTH N. POLITE dent and the writer.

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.,w. ---- ------- Last Saturday evening THE
A HIGH RESOLVE FOR TO- I I Williams (Mayme) as guest BLOOMFIELDS (Tim and Cle-
' hex DAY. Be too large for ."OrrY'i speaker to the morning service omle) createed an atmosphere f
to noble for anger, too tronf I worshippers. Her topic will be fun for Egeltoc Club in their
4 1 ofi for fear, and too happy to per ba-ed on the 1960 W man Day home. Present at the meettaf
Ayi t v mit the presence of trouble. theme: "Cooperation The Keynote were Mary Edwards I. K. Johnson -
aa asl
Thereafter walk with the All- to Success"' Musical selections Vivilora Galn 7, AzelinaPinckney.
Wife Hell make the J-urney featuring the SouthlandW Glendena Edward.
easy and possibly inform that many of the bridges you spice to the program. Pauline Smith. Wilhelmenu
fi s a' are worrying about y'u will Jennings' and Jane Lewis, pres
? will never have to cross. JAMES E SCOTT Community !- ld nt.
Association is presenting a
fr4 WOMENTS DAY observances BOOK REVIEW and Sea View POINSETTIA Bridge Club will
are taking precedence! at many Display on Oct. 21 at 4 pm. in have their initial meeting Satur-
of the local churches at this the Senior Citizens' Roomwhich day at the hcme of club member -
1 .season of the year Sunday i. located in an adjacentroom Mrs. Alma Brooks. The new
1't morning at Mt. Zion Baptist to the auditorium of the president is Mrs. James C
Churxfh. Henrine Bank, deanof Liberty Square Housing Pr- (Maude) Chandler.
..x r women at Bethune CCY man I I j< College, will speak to the con will reviewGift From The The title MY FIRST REPORT
gregation. Her subject will be Sea" by Anne Morrow Lind.bergh. CARD heralds the announcement
Pictured are the first winnersof chasm fr m a phase of the Please feel free to come. of the new addition to the
NEED MONEY SUU n WMBM's Trophies theme: "Women United in I I household cf Mr. and Mrs
from the city of Miami They are Christian Fellowship." Under I CLUB. Tuesday evening The Thomas Jones (Tom and Ruth.,
$ FOR THEHOLIDAYS left to right: Headcoach Nathaniel the direction of Mrs. Dorothy I Cwest Club met at the home cf The baby's name is Eileen Susan
? Trax" Powell of George W. Ntfvton, the ycuth of the Dr. and Mrs. S. M. Frazier Reports Ter "report card" shows that she
Carver High Sch ol, whose foot- church will present a panel dis I from the "Stay at Home had not been tardy a day since
ball the Hornets, recently' e.WEDDING.
team cussion. I Tea" proved a successful venture. Sept
$25 to $600
won a trophy by defeating the Sunday morning Oct. 25, On the agenda for the next meetIng -
North Dade Thunderbirds of Greater Bethel AME Church I is a scheduled visit from the Anniversary Greetings -
Call PL 8-3653 Opa Lode 20-7 last Thursday will present Mrs Charles L. League of W men Voters by one are extended to Mr. and
Ditbt at Mal Stadium I Mrs. Earl Mizell. Oct. 17. Mr
and Mrs. Alphnnso Harmon, Oct.
IDEAL LOAN Second from left is Quarterback :21; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Matthews -
I Ernest: Hart the Hornets Grand Opening Oct 22.
who received a trophy after being -
Are.
6105 N.W. 7th
voted the most outstanding HAPPY BIRTHDAY to Mrs
player on the winning team. Battle'sHideaway Lacy IL Drayton and her daughter -
Next to Han is Miss Carver Marian Shannon, David
MIAMI TIMES ADS Grace Wallace and at right is Bythwo d, Spry R. Davis, Shar-
DON'T COST THEY PAY Fred "Hornet Hanna of ayeen L, Brown, Marsha Evans
WMBM who presented the trophies Sharon Williams. Daniel Mc-
CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY on the Mon.-Pboto by : Phaul Jr., Oct. 14; Enid Curtis
J -hnson of Miami. Cathy Coachman. Johnnie Mae

Perry, Andre Nicholson, Oct 15.
(formerly Tropic, G. ErroH "FljrroV Mlzell., Oct. 16,
Cotton Club) Charlie Bkom, Ida T. Ratditfe.
Blanche's LittleDepartment Oct. 17; Dr. J. K. Johnson Earl i
Friday Oct. 14 Fmley. Acne Henderson, Bessie
Owens Theodore Robinson, Oct
18; Annie Mae Jackson Katie M
pr
1 Beginning 8 until
p.m. Burt Mable Ann Butt Oct 19:
Storeformerly J hn Braynon Alice Evans Oct
921 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1.9549 20; Alrey A. Poole. Mayola Wad.
Oct 21. Beatrice Black s.e
( located on NW 62nd St.) -- Wise Geneva Williams, Bernice
Johnson. Jewell Sen n1. Clara
NOW OPENING AT R Matthews Jessie Wise. Oct.
COMPLETE FOOD STORE 22. ;


6711 N.W. :15th Ave.PHONE A. G. 27th Ave. if 54th St. THOUGHT October 12. FOR matted TILE! the WEES 4ttth

OX 1-6851 NEVER CLOSED anniversary: of Cwlumbus discovery
of the New World. What
we need right now is another
GRAND OPENING OCTOBER 15th
Columbus to Discover a new

Big sale on clothing for men, women and children Wilson' Country Roll LB. world

Men'a khaki panta $2.79 Tennis shoes BUTTER Personal Mention
59c
Men's shirtsMen' 1.29 up Women dresses 2.49 up
T-shirts .39. Mr and MrsGeorce Smith of
Children' dresses .79 up Jacks.nvllle. were here spendingsome
Men' shorts .49 time with skter-ln-law
Boy' shirtsKggragggggSgfflftEF .59 Ladles Blouse .79 up Grade A Shipped, Whole LB. and brother Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Kinchen. They were also hdUse
With purchase of $2.00 order or more, 1 pair guests of Mrs Cera Lee Walker,

nylon hoae-l5c FRYERS 27c sister s

FREE GIFTS On October 10 a surprise
birthday party was given at theh
-- ------ -- Folffer Mountain Crown 2 1-LB CANS me at president Lines L. Moran
1860 NW 88th at The occasionwas

: : Wi }w :lU4: honoring president Moran
COFFEE $1.0OFre and first vice president WillieB
Knight of Missionary No. 2
I The party was given by the missionary -
Training Is All It Takes. I circle l No 2 These ladiesare
Gal.
Vt yet grateful to the members

To open the door to a whole new life, as w.tb smiles for the beautiful
MILK cards and
39c useful gifts given them
a member of the proud and profitable :

Beauty Culture Profeuion.
Georgia LB. READ"CHOKER'S


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SUNLIGHT/ IFAOTir SCHOOl I native of Miami


U offering you a life long Thanksgiving, Christmasand MONTE SALE --.-. -

New Year's present, of our ansiversary with so A swift moving novella that
little, $10 down, entrance fee. Balance in small Early Garden PEAS 7 tells
cans $1.00 a daring, bold and tension -
weekly payment (Offer i* only for a given time)
of man
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Remember Sunlight School U staffed with the most Style CORN, 7 cans 1.00 subject to the evil of society -

experienced teacher in all the modern fundamentalsIn Yellow Cling PEACHES, 5 can 1.00 which urged him to
cosmetology. Call or com in. Bring your friend seek revenge that shaped
Day and night classes. You'll find proud Sunlight Tomato CATSUP. 5 bottles 1.00 his twisted and strange life

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r $495 Down $60 Meatti
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YOU'LL HAVE to be early. bath home, plus largo Flor
The Fashions of '61 Style-O ,
Rama Floor Show and Dance at Fall Tea at Holy ida room.
the cozy Mi Lounge, will feature --
a me of Donna Keel1 modeling Redeemer Oct. 16
biiitj. Her protege, Albertha Ail 1884 NW 53rd St.
,will be led In Dave Burn new Although the thermometer
Smyrna Beach show. U ywu really might not indicate it, the Wo- $V700 Down $75 month
want to know what to wear, men's Union cf Holy Redeemer Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS
JlA, when and where Donna will will certainly indicate fall is restly plus garage and furnished
give you a breeze of It on Oct. here when th v present their kitchen. .
21 at the Ml That double wedding annual Fall Tea Sunday Oct 16
anniversary at King 0' from I.ur until six p.m. --....
Hearts Sunday honoring Rove ......- ,, -.
and Johnnie Wood. Betty and An enjoyable program has been -- Duplex
Robert Hamm, was just grand. planned. Gaither Ann Perkins I Dr H Sweeting: Is seen being
Want tJ know some of the well song bird for the Don Strachan interviewed over radio station 1810 1(20 NW 60th SL..
wishers? Ira Johnson. Lenora and Group "'b:- is appearing<< at tie :, WWRL in New York City. Dr. FOR SALEOne $_5 DOWN
Barbara Webb Hattie Williams Deauville Hotel will) render a Sweeting was enroute to the Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS
Diane Strapp, Lilbe Mae Hop few of her vocal selection Manyof United Nation building to observe -
kins. Alonza Bernard Bruton our talented youth will be presented a special session. Being bedroom apartment, duplex on large lot. 0 n rf
J seph Whitehead Shirley O. n the program. from Florida and the founder .t completely furnished. Very mortgage payment.
Johnson Nathan Campbell Mat- the Sweeting's Foundation Fund,
clean. month.
tie Gone Austin Smith. Major Mt. Tabor Men to I the radio commentator was $75 per
Sales William Slade. Manic happy to chat with him.
Johnson Cecelia Wiggins, Ninetta Honor Women Next week will end the seriesof $595 DownNew
Slade. Bartow. Fla; Juanita pictures of Dr. Sweeting's trip Large 2-bedroom house un- custom built 3-bed.
Johnson Ruby lodges All God and man expect of us to New York.-Yearwood photo. furnished.
Living room bath CBS with
2
room.
is that we do the ordinary things,
SANDRA JONES returns to NY extraordinarily well. The above Lost Stolen separate dining room, large I built'in oven and range.
thU week. Her cousins, Nathan- word, voice the sentiments f or kitchen, screened porch. Balance one mortgage pay
tel (Chick) and Bennie Thomas all the men of Mt. Tabor Bap- Large black. patent leather $90 month.Automobile ment.
made sure her stay was, u she tist Church air women of o u r pocketb.ok with pink wallet. per
The Richard en arch proved superbly en Wo Finder may have cash but please -e _
Bradeyyssoyaddltlon: (their fourth) man's Day Aug. 24. return important papers to Ruby
u a daughter. It's their first girl Wr the men' kit that we could Graham, 1259 NW S8th Terr, liability insurance Drive by these home, them
Ground breaking for the future not let this opportunity pa:* apt. 3.women. to everyone. Small call us to see inside.
h me of Richmond Heights without pinning flowers on all d
Drug Store (the Clarence Edwards' the lovely ladies who worked untiringly monthly payments :* _
prop.i got under way this and uncomplainingly to ? good man'*
week. The cite will house three the end. Our fl were shall Bro. Henry J. Banks chairman CASH FOR YOUR LOT
stores other than the drug adorn the banquet table Sunday, Rev. P. S. Brown pastor GOODMAN'S Real Estate --.J.
Miami. Beauticians League of Oct 16 *t 3 p. m, at Mt. Tabor 2688 NW 62nd Street
OBBA Unit T* 20th annual tea 1701 NW" 66th st j PL 7-84S6 283 NW 79th St.
OX 1-0350
will be sloped Oct. 23 at Sir; Won't you Join us in our approbation I
John Hotel patio. dinner 'in hor>"r of Advertise_ It Pays! I

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HATTIE OtVEROW popular barmaid -

Tropic Cotton takes Club over 921 the NW former and YOUR PORTRAIT ........ ...... $1.00 ft I MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA

.L and tagged It Hattie's Hkfewap SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1960 PAGE 9
ENLARGEMENTS 0 ,
Siftna Omicron Chapter ,
Alpha Chi Pi OmeS ror- "
tty's annual Autumn Tea Sunday COPIES
Oct 23 Is a James E. Scott Day
Care Center Benefit at Liberty DAVID JEWELERS Ltd.
Brown Brothers' Enterprises
Square audit We welcome ,

Blanche's Uttle Dept Store 1188 N.W. 3rd Are. FR 4-1522* V .1.
Just acre** the street facing our
Will help solve land problema In area
plant). It's a Barkley'a offspringThere you your any

are plenty toadies for allhere. in Nassau Writ. to


Brown Brothers' Enterprises Ltd.P. .
OFFICER Prince Farrlngtea DOWNAND ,
$990
reports that bls Texas (home for
him) vacation wa. a dandy O. Box 1004, Nassau, Bahamas
Little Martha Ann Welters (Dr YOU OWN IT
Welters of Br-wnsvllle Drugs)
young 'un's appendectomy Tuesday
BUILT HOMES BY
at Merry Ho;.Ui is satisfactory QUALITY
She's recuperating nicely J
Willie Mae Ceasor. owner, fCeasor
Cosmetology University, RANDALL HOMES, INC FOR RENT
is vacationing. in Nassau

BIRTHDAYS, : .loa"". WHUams 3 BEDROOMS lilt BATHS OAK FLOORS Cheapest Apartments in Miami
14. Chris Wareham. 16.
Oct. 17, Charlie Bloom. Mrs CARPORTE NO QUALIFYING Three bedrooms, sleeping closed porch. Furnished
Ida Ratchffe 18. Dr J K or unfurnished Hot and cold water free
Johnson; 18, Mrs Annie Mae
Jackson Katie Mae Burt; 20. SEE MODEL AT Two family house. Air on all sides. Quiet I
John Braynon. Mrs. Alice Evan
21, Air y Poole Mayolt Wad; I 11461 LINCOLN BLVD., RICHMOND HEIGHTSOR Newly painted. New linoleum. $20. a week .
22. Mrs. Beatrice Black Susie
Ber. !l PHONE CE 5.3881IIMPORTANT
WU. Geneva Williams.
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LAST KNOWN ADDRESS

rt Rouie Grimsley ............. ............. 1136 NW 3rd Ave. Lovely CBS Duplex

Albert Cuthbert ............................ 1727 NW 68th St.

txi Frank Willie Cosby. ........................ 271 NW 10th Si. 2 BEDROOMS EACH SIDE -GOOD TERMS
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Clarence Jackson 1737 'NW 3rd Court
When your TV Mt's p rformsnc I -ALSO-
becomes shaky and weak, Lewis Thomas 2727 NW 46th St.
call SOOTIN'S. 521 NW 3rd are. ,

for the finest s.rvic. and SUit rtpalr, Lewis Thomas ........ ..................... 2727 NW 46th St. Beautiful Home $79 per month
in these parts. Call FR

James Lamarr ........................ 2255 NW 5th Ave. Fruit trees .alore-Iow down payment

Nathaniel Grady ........................ 1243 NW 72nd St.
1911 N.W. 52nd Street


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA LEAGUE PLANS
Onr Past This Week

SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1960 PAGE 7 "EQUAL i .. .
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OPPORTUNITYDAY"
Oct. 9, 1871 Start of the great
fire of Chicago lasted 3 days

"Stand-in" for John H. Johnson, president, causing a low of $796,000,000. ---
Negroes Johnson Publishing Co.. Inc al SEE THE WORLD'SCREAT
Oct. 10, 195S The U. S. Supreme
Chicago and Martin E. Segal, Court ordered the University SPIRITUAL
president Martin E. Segal and of Alabama to admit Auth-
Co.. Inc. of Now York haft been erine Lucy and Polly Myers LEADER
Southern Votinq Rights named National Chairman and who had been denied entrance to AND PHYCHIC READER
Dinner Chairman respectively of
the university In 1952 because
.." ... the NaU nal Urban League
they were Negroes.Oct. BISHOP HUNTERIf
ATLANTA The Southern I960>> "Equal Opportunity Day,"
Christian Leadership Conference Henry Steegar, League president 11, 1882 R. NathanielDett
sick worried 4fti
headed by Dr. Martin L. K-ng, announced today. teacher and composer of you are or
SOCIAL SECURITY fall t* ooo me ''''ar. Offlo' beersdally
Jr.. sp.nsored on Oct. 3, a South -Equal Opportunity Day" fallson LkMen to the Lambs', was born 1 t. t
p.M. Thvrotfay
wide "Stand-In" for vounj Nov 19. the anniversary ofLIncoln' in Canada. p-m.
1 to S 11 .
Sunday & .IReIe
p.m. p.m.
which dozen c.Lcs It
in Address.
rights; a . Gettsburg S .
participated. The simultaneous .e is a day Intended to remind Oct. 12, 1492 Pietro Alonxa p.m.READINGS
dcinontrati marked the initial I Americans of the principle ox all Nigro" (the Negro) was one
use il the nonviolent technique equal opp rtunity for all regardless of pilots on Columbus' voyage to :
in the area of voter-registraUon r of race, color, religion, America.Oct. .
The "stand-in' which involved --- --- or nail nal origin. $1.. i
12 African Atonement
of
hundreds of Negroes Ir;;;uClarfcfdale Johnson Publishing Co. publishes Day tp

Miss, to( Petersburg: ( Ebony and Jet among other -

Va. was reported as sneak preview 1960 Social Security magazines. The company headquarters Oct. 13. 1863 War Department S417 sw 17 6t t'. .
ol a larger demonstration a* in Chicago. Martin E. ordered enlistment of Negroes f"r ,
to involve more than i cities in AmendmentsAbout Segal) and Care actuaries and Civil War service. wirrHOLLYWOOD C"
the S;;uth. consultants to welfare and pen-
25,000 workingfor ion programs. Mr. Segal ha Oct. 15. 1870 The Colored .LA. .
of parent
Wyatt Tee Walker director served as a guest lecturer on wel. Methodist Episcopal Church was
their ns daughters in a
s or
SCLC commented that this wasa PROP.
covered fare and pension programs at organized in Jackson, Tenn. HUNTS
trade Or buunett will be
plot project to detetnine the
possibility cf such an approachto for the Ant tune under tcoial security numerous the universities throughout: ..
The 1960 amendments to country.
"
voier-re utrauon. We are Two Honorary Chairman of MIAMI TIMES ADSDONT
social security law signed by the "Fashionetta"November
the
genuinely leased with results
have
"Equal Opportunity Day"
Preokteat on Sept. 13, makes ni
and the impact the stand-in COST THEY PAY
also been named. C
They are m-
change m toe provision which 4, 1960
has had so far.
mia loner Keith S. of
McHugh
.ay. that work performed by a the New York State Departmentof CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY Bayfront Park Auditorium
Dr. SCLC' president .
Kins' parent in the h me of a son or
that Ue of I Icunt Commerce, and Walter P
explained: purpose daughter is not covered by social .
applying the rtonvi lent acUc to I I > and. therefore cannot I i Ruether president, United Auto - -- -- - -- -
toe area J coter-registration count toward the payment of s I Workers. FL-CIO.
wa inn e-fold. First, Ute stand cial Miouritjr, benefits. However The National Urban League is RUPTURE a PILES PROSTATERectal

m dramatic! Ue difficulties work that a pares does for a son i an organization devoted to Increasing Diseases Varicose Veins :
I .
many Nigroes face when taey attempt r daughter to regter throughout tae ReM tan BOW be covered if a and to bettering race relation Cnectl/c. painioM, non.surgical office treatments at low cost-
Souu, iccvmhy. in aroa where bona fide enkploycr. relationship in America. The League is .
<< empioyee n toss time or Income. Avoid surgery and hospltallzatlon. Why
celebrating its 5th
anniversary
there are no obstacles, urge ) exiU.
numbers of Negroes can bee me thj year.You wear truttf Why suffer, delay, and get worse?

quaulivd as trey partic4>at in a Such a relationship exists if S CONSULTATION FREE t
'Yrn..t" tH: domoaMraUoa; thirdly tae person f r whom the "em 0
can play in a band Special medication, treatment, diets for arthritis .
it declare tanHJAivlfimaw- ployee" works has the right to neuritis ul
two of toe Nvgro c fnmuaity to direct and control aim in the wad Join woodwind' students cert, blood preeeuro, sinus, anemic lest vigor' chronic diseases!
tvcurc the right' of the ballot." italts I of men and women.
I I I Thursday 4 p.m.
Dr King taU-d that he hoped, I when, where and how the work DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General' Heatth *"v.ee
. Fine Arts
*This will inspire Negroes all .* to be done. The tmpl yet I Conservatory 1S4S S.W. tot SC, PR S.274S REDUCING
acruM uur cowttUy to take tfeah read not actuator' exercue: control Carver YMCA
. it walk. to the vung booth." ; it w sufficient that he hasa ,;.,
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It Was re vrtod by an official of : right to do so. ---- -- - - -- -- -
tree TCA at Tukege, Ala. that -
the 'ktandees In the Hard- Many parents where employment K(

k*..ay Precinct there had t> remain will he covered under thl.QUA' For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
all and provision have already
in line day not a
smile Nigro was declared rage earned a cial security credits t>t ,
tend by the board One other work they have done \n the I
standee wa* interviewed near pat and the change in the law BONDED COLLECTION
ly four hour and was not advised will make it po*ibe! for themto J
by the board whether he earn additional credits toward 1
succeeded or failed. Tae Associated retirement, survivors and
JuabiUty benefits.
Iro wire aervice re
porU-d that hundreds of Negro Parents working for their .
*( su-amped'. the Cohoama grirAn children in a trade or business : AGENCY
Inc.
County C 'art House at who do not already have
Clarksdale, :.1.... Only) six were social. security cards will need
registered l apply for social security account ,
number The first reportof
The other participatiag eitica their wages aad payment of F
of the stand-in were Birmingham taxes due mint be raid en or
Ala. where more than 2tfO before A&ril W, 1W1 and their '
participated, M Ugumery, Ala. social security number must be .4 The largest collection and
ShrevefXKt. La., IS.t fU>urg. Va. entered t n that report. rental
and TaliahaMv, Fla. Atlanta .,
Ga. Louisville, Kjr.. NaehvI.e. L agency in the South; operating in

Teon., CoimUa, S. C, Jackson BrownsvilleImprovement '
Miu In addition to those already Dade and Broward Counties
roenliontd, the grup Ass'n 1
ranged in numbers from 26 to
2741 N.W. 49th St. Negro Housing
several hushed where: in I areas
Clarksdaktbe largest group Regular meetings 1st and

stood-in for the right tvote 3rd Monday nights of each U L BROOKS President.

month. Membership driv

now on. All residents of
MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE
Registration Now Going on Brownsville invited to join THAN

At Jackson's Toddle Iran I Neal Adams Pret. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

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f HAPPENINGS MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ,
IN OUR SCHOOLS 1

-- -- SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 PAGE 11

BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe MAYS HIGH BULLS BATTER

third grade classe of Mrs. Otis Armstrong a Junior,
L. Harris' Mrs. V. Higgs, Mrs H. elected t president of the Goulds was RAMS 144) Sunshine Autumn TeaThe
Cunningham Mrs. A Strapp. W. Chapter of New Farmers of
McGee and S. McFhee' along America for the term ct 1960-81. Community ClubThe Sigma Omicrcn Chapter of
The Northwestern Bulls defeated
with the Special Education classof Otis is
outstanding as an agri Alpha Chi PI Omega Sororitywill
Mrs. W. Jennings are to be culture student He Is the son > the Mays High Rams of Sunshine Community 'Club sponsor Its annual Autumn
Goulds
congratulated for Daring pre- I of two wonderful parents Mr. 14-0 Saturday night at opener up the year at the lovely Tea for the benefit of the JZSCA:
the Miami
noted the skit. Tires Can be and Mrs. Charlie Armstrong. Stadium. home of Mrs. Dcrcia Howell who Day Care Centers on Sunday
The Bulls
Prevented during our regular Other officers elected fcr the scored on their first WM a gracious hostess. The city Oct. 23 from 4 to 6 pjn. at Liberty
assembly last :.week. term were: Alvin Finl.,., vice play from scrimmage on a 43 association was guest of our Square Auditorium 6304
The mst recent addition to president; Rudolph Gkvtn, sec- yard pass from Leroy Swanson club at their first meeting of NW 14th ave.Nigeria's.
the Bethune family is Miss oDd vice; Thomas Simmons to Marion Patterson. Patterson the year. Mrs. Elizabeth E. Johnson
Yvonne Massey, a recent graduate third vice; Willie B. Greoene. kicked the extra point is the president of the Federation National
of Bethune-Coctman College.She During the second and third
secretary; Sylvester Cook, reporter and our hostess, Mrs
U employed u census clerk. Ira Gary, treasurer. Henry quarters there was no( scoring in Portia Bannister. Anthem
Get well wishes are extended Mitchell, assistant; Willie the ,'me. There was a punting
to Frank Wocdard, physical education western, watchman; Charles duel between Northwestern's out- Our regular meeting was at Nigeria we hail thee
and Mrs. Eugenia Wil- Hankers,n, chaplain Clarence standing punter, William Porter the home cf Mrs. Portia Dan.. Our own dear native land
liam, who have been absent because Strinjer. historian Horace : and Mayli James Williams. nister Tuesday night, Oct. 11. Though tribe and tongue may
of Illness. A word of welcome Graham parliamentarian, and i The Bulls showed Our president Mrs. Mary Ellen differ
real
was extended Mrs. Viola Hubert A. Thompson, instructorand I but potential Shuns attended the executive In brotherhood we stand
were not able to unleash
Higgs and Mrs. Bernice Johnson advisor.DRAMA this > board of the State Federation Nigerians all, and prou:* to serve
upon their return to school after power on Mays. Mays' defense meeting In Cocoa. Our Our sovereign Motherlrad.
having recuperated from Recent CLUBThe worried the Bulls linemenall state meeting will be held In

U1ne a. night Bradenton In June. Our flag shall be a symbol
All parents are urged to attend Drama Club met last week Northwestern get its second' Surwhine Community Is planning That truth and justice reign
for the
the next meeting ofbe purpose <.f electing oUlcep touchdown in the final quarteron a special spaghetti and regular In peace of battle nourd..
PTA Tuesday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. for the school term. The a 32yardaSI from Swanson dinner sale Nov. 5. All And the count as gain,
in the cafetorium. It is during officer elected -were: Geraldine to Bobby Felts. Patterson friend are asked to give ordersto To hand on to our children
Hill president; Carrie I Wll- again kicked the
when cards ptlnt the members.
this meeting report A banner without stain.
will be issued for the first six- Urns vice; Geraldine Rivers, Mays deepest penetration was Mary E. Simcns presidentA.
weeks. secretary' ; Cera Randolph, ...- to the Northwestern 23. E. McNeal, reporter O God c f all creation,
tant and Verna Pqpe, treasurer. Joseph' Pinkney and Willie
Mrs. Wilcox president is encouraging Grant this our one request
The purp s Ie of the Drama Club Milbry played great defensiveball.
each and friend
build
parent PTA Card Help us to a nation
i, two fold: 1. to Joe Walker
provide an opportunity ran well.
of the schocl to be present Where no man is oppressed.
Mrs. Flo Hawkins represent to develop: aesthetic All schools that desire PTA And with and plenty,
10 peace
ed Bethune at the Leadership! values and skills and 2. to afford membership cards for this school Nigeria may be blessed.
Conference sponsored by the the students an opportunity year can obtain them at the> homeof
to acquaint themselves with the council pruld nt. Mrs.
Florida State Teachers Association -
which was held at Bethune- written drama portraying life Straighten your hair Emma Sweeting, 1898 NW lit Advertise! It PaysDRUG -
College.Mr. and character and to observe and ....
Cookman. Cogdell informed us that partciipate productcn.> in iu rightful stagingand With SILKY STRATKttt

we will be favored with a concert Dave rw' Matt Ma 121
rendered by the String Ensemble Boone reporter .._wa_
of the University c f Miami 11w hL rAT
during our assembly Tuesday ALL COSUCT1C COUNTERS '
CARVER BESTS 1'd ( L"OIK E CIF
morning Oct. 18. Parents
and friends are always invited to
attend our assembly programs. NORTH DADE
W. C. Cogdell. principal BEST DEAL IN TOWN

Elliott Scavella, reporter: 20-7 2 Betfreem Apartment


FOUNDERS DAY The Carver High School Hornets 2 Yeur entrances Own Garden

HELD AT B.-C.C. defeated' the North Dade
Thunderbirds of Opa Locks by a NeCrewdlng t1..U
n
Daytona Beach Bethune- score \.f 20-7 Friday night at Miami New Paint J.b .
Cookman College observed Founders Stadium. $.!
Inside and Outside "'! ;'
.. E'f'vits
Day Sunday, Oct. 9 with an -- ..
Mabel The Hornets scored early in
address given by Mrs. Ops-Mite' New Christian, Hospital L1A5'
N'orrls Reese, associate editor uf the second' period following a DEI: Da.lVDlT
Use Daytona Beach News Jour- drive of 63 yards. The try for :00 N.W. 47th BL NE 44143

oat President Richard V. Moore point was no good. Come tut and 'lk-ftt free gift, p tr.ll tvxI? ::J1imD
The Hornets scored the final
stated that Mrs. Reese was one of in HAROLD JOLLIVeTTC Manager
stanza when Ernest Hart skirted
the women in the
outstanding
field of having won right end for 4 yards <-n an P. .._.. ,... ,..., .. ._
journalism -"r. I<"'r "WU'L"" ""Mr. 1 JI> 1..r.UIIJ'_! UIU1 II u.r r'JIIIL !"U1IT oRlIII: P'JL J'Iti' \ ---r
Uon (4ay. Freddie Johnson added' --------------------
the Lovejoy Award for courage- I------------
the pointCarver
us. action. Students, graduatesand
faculty of Bethune heard scored again in the tame The Originators of this area proudly announce
Mrs.. Reese say MMary McLeod, period on an 18-yard pas frcm
Bethune bore a torch See Hart to George Delancy. Adol-
carried it with high purpose and phus Paulk booted the point

undomitable in a Jungle courage.infested She with carriedit the North. Dade scored' late> in Uie No Hurricane Damage

wild animals cf Ignorance, prejudice same period when Roy Barry
hatred, fear and suspiscton. caught a kickoff on his 10 and
." ,.C ran 90 yards for one of the most
Following the Founders Day sensational touchdown" ofhe
services, a memorial was held at game Barry kicked the point
the graveside of the late Dr. Be. REGAL ESTATES
thune. Matthew. Meadows president -
cf the Student Council presented -

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TIMES- MIAMI FLORIDA Range 2nd ave- Funeral service ..nib..kI
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 DEATHS Walter Joseph Fisher of 4302 Mt Edward Zion T.Baptist Graham Church officiating.Rev.

NW 31st discovereddead
ave. mss
Burial will be in Lincoln. He i is
in parking lot in the vicinity -
7
survived" by his wife Alma
of NW 32nd and
ave.
CARDSMEMORIALSCARD 42nd It.. on Oct. 6. He had livedIn brothers and a sister. Friends may
House of Albert. Miami since 1942 coming can at the chapel beginning at*Ip.m.
'
here from Manuel County Ga. Monday....__..
Mrs. Essie Bell of 1870 NW lie is survived try his widow '
73rd st. died in Jackson Memo- five sisters John Frazief tt t 'W NW 867th
klayola, children two
OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn *t.. died Oct. 12 In Jackson IlOfpital. -
rial Hcepital, Oct. 8. She |S survived and two brothers The body
three sons Including He'Is survived' tK sister
by was sent to Vldalla Ga. f-r final
The family of the late memory of my. dear mother, Arthur Bell with whom she lived Mrs. bucy'Larkma. and'two sons.Arrangements .

WHEELER C. DONALDSON brother and father : Phillip Jones and Howard rites.Mrs. true IneCcnplete.*
who departed this life October 1.IDeO. :MRS. JENNIE CARNEGIE Bell, a daughter of Atlantic
t Gussie McKever of 1748
extend their October 17, 1951
wishes to
brothers five sisters -
City. NJ two ;
NW 71st died Oct. 7 enrouteto
their MR. ROBERT CARNWIEApril & A
thanks and appreciation to
and a grandchild. Services
friends and especially the neighbors 28, 1933 for Mrs. Bell who had come Jackson Memorial -Hospital. } FOR SALE
and 155th st :MR. ISAAC CARNEGIE t Mrs. McKever was a recent resident -
of 154th st. from her h me an Lake City onlya of Miami having coma
Opa Locka for their thoughtfulness February 24 1954 I few months ago because x>f
during our hours of be May they all rest in peace and failing health, will be held In the!: here two years Funeral ago to live services with Duplex deluxe' near Grand
reavement. may light perpetual shine uprathem. : with her daughter.
chapel at 11 a.m. Saturday
conducted in First Baptist
Henry J. DonaldsonAnd burial in Lincoln. The body will were way. Large rooms and extra
Rev.
Church Opa Locke Macon
Family Thelma Carnegie, and
via' in the from
be on chapel
Burial Hvas in Lineto.
Ethel Gordon William officiating closet. Building 22x28 in
12 non Friday.
: She is survived by two
CARD OF THANKSWe daughters, Mrs. Ethel Brown and
IN MEMORIAMIn Dwight Aubrey :Miller, 9yearold Mrs. Mlle B. Henry a ion Jim- rear. <= Can be converted to

wish to thank the many son of Mr. and Mrs. Walker mie. two brothers and pine
friends for their kindness shown sad but loving memory of Miller of 14235 NW 22nd place grandchildren. I nice apartment 1053 NW
the late Opa Locke, died in Jackson a
to us during the recent Illness I
and death of ,.ur darling mother :MR. ARCHIE ROLLE few minutes after being hit by 53rd SLFOR

and sister, who departed: thL, life October' an automobile Oct. 9. Funeral Mrs. Savelitta Maude Stirrup.. ,
16, 1959. services: will be conducted Saturday of 328 NW 15th st, died at her
MRS. ANNA BLAKE WELTERSwho Gone but not forgtten. Mayhe at 130 pm. at Mt Zion residence on Oct. 8. She was a

departed this life in Key rNt in peace, and light perpetual AME Church, Opa Locks, Rev. native of Nassau, Bahamas, and
West. Sept. 19. We wish to shine upon him. C. J. Jenkins pastor lie will betaken had lived in Miami for the Fast

thank the donors of the lovely Father in Thy gracoius keeping. home at 5 pjn. Friday 46 years. Requiem High Mass
floral tributes donors of card Leave we now Thy servant where he will remain until fun- will be offered in St. Francis RENTWith
and for the ue of their cars at klecping.Mrs.. eral time. Besides his parents he Xavier Roman Catholic Church
the funeral. We wish to thank : IdeU Ride wife is survived by a brother three!' this Saturday morning at 10

the honorary and active pallbearers And Family asters; grandparents, five aunts. a.m. Burial will be in the lam OptionTo
the Welter Cornet Band two uncles, a great grandmother. plot at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery -

Dr. Reid and the Allen Funeral IN MEMORIAMIn Interment: Lincoln. She will lie in repose in Buy
Home whom shall forget the
we never chapel beginning at no.n
for their services' and the Friday and will b* taken to her
stockholders of the Allen Funeral In but ov.ng( memory of residence at 7 ,pjn. Friday: where 6 Beautiful, New

Herat, and the different florist my dear mother, Francis sue win remain unw the Dour Homes in

f.r their beautiful ferns. We ... ;........ of service. She is survived bjr a
will assure you your kindness Mrs. Etean r Stuart of 7705 son. WiUCam tx daughters,
will never be forgotten. NW 2Ut ave.. died on Oct. t, at :Mrs Edna Wiggins and MtSManue .
Julia Melntooh daughter Jackson Memorial' Hosptal : Wallace, three grandchildren RichmondHeights

MUdred McGee daughter Funeral services wi'l be head four great grand children -
Altfeea Garrett, daughter Saturday. Oct. 15. 2:30: pm. at St. a brother Edward Wilkins -

CecUle Pengr. daughter Maryfc Wesleyan Methodist ti. a sister Mrs. Mable Mc-
Virgie Frank A Church with Rev. E A Culmir Fadden.
Anthony Welters tons oT.c.ating.( Survivors include tro
Stanton Blake. brother s n:: Preston Stuart and Cleveland Isaac Rogers of 1750 NW 60th MOVE RIGHT IN

... Stuart; a daughter Mrs st.. deed Oct 8 in Jackson M t-
.. Mary Alice Tynes. a son-n-law, mortal Hospital. He came here -

CARD OF THANKSThe ..... Alphonzo Tync, four sisters, five years ape from Macon, Ga. I
( ... Mrs Blanche Miller of 3-bedroom.
Opa
carport.
.. Funeral services will be held in ,
,
family of the late. .1' Locka. Ain. Dorcas Munnings 01 the chapel M uku at 2 pm.Burial storage shed, built in oven
i Nassau. Miss :Margaret Stuart .!I will be in Lincoln Memo-
NATHAN (Buster) CHAPMAN and
Nassau and oliN :Matilda Sturt range
; riaJ Cemetery lie .is survivedby
Nt4sh to thank the many fr.c:: I
of
Nassau a brother Stanley his wife. Emma Lou a sister
,
lor their ....
thoughtfulness a: ; -
Newbold and a host of relatives i Mr Emcr Mack.
kindness their bereavement *
during recent
I --
thanks to every ne L Mrs Edna Dnkins of 1349D 2-bedrooms, full garage,
I Willie Jacobs. Jr, of 2225 NW
for everything and may Gsd
NW 5th ave. died on Oct. 11 :at large Florida room built
bleu you.Mrs. rt.. her 73rd st. was the victim: of an ,

ern.t'e116on., cisu-r c tnplete home Survivors AiranivmenU include are her In- accidental dr."-nma on Oct 8. oven and range, landscaped

Mr*. Edna M. Samuel sister father. Samuel He was a student at Lure C. Iota
Seymour, two
Mr Mary Samuel 1 Kennedy Evans Elementary Sch.oi. Services -
brothers Samuel Seymour Jr..
held
nicer will be in Mt Calvary -
-
and Joseph Seymour, surer -
a
Mrs Atbertha Lawhorn Mrs Annie Mae Newton Baptist Church Saturday
MBridf
And Family ANGFJJNA BURNS t> rt. Conn. at 4:30: pjn with Rev. Tarplr BUY'IIEnE PART OF
|
wSo: departed this rife October officiating. Burial will be in

IN MEMORIAMIn 12. 1954 M::., the rcpt (n peace Infant Boy Williams of 1500 Lincoln" Memorial. He is survivedby YOUR WEEKLY PAY-
Mrs:: Crete hen Hepburn NW 6th ave.. died in Jackson his parents Mr. and Mrs. WU- MENTS WILL APPLY AS

sad but loving memory c f daughter Hospital Oct, 10. Graveside services lie Jacobs four &sisters two A PAYMENT ON YOUR
brothers his grand parents and
dear wife were held Oct. 12 at Dade
and
our mother PURCHASE OF THAT
several uncles and aunts. Friends
grandmtther, IN MEMORIAMIn County Cemetery. Survivors include may call at the chapel beginningat HOME.
MRS. ALEXZINA PINCKNEYwho hi. parent and other relatives -
ever (vlng met ry of our 1 pjn. Friday. Oct. 14.
doplrtfodhit rite October
devoted aunt and 13800 13820 13830
13, 1943. r'-tcrk 13810 ,
-
I' J """
A- Sterling ToWn a student cf

May she rent in peace. Manker Martin Elementary School. Van Buren St.
.
Richmond Heights died Oct 9
Mr. Harry P Ihnekney Sr I
husbandMrs. in Kendall Hospital Young Tol- 13711. 13721
M.S. Gladys Kemp of 376 NW :
Vermeil ftnekney liver of 13820 Madison st. wasa
4'h Terr, died' Oct 11 in her
Walker. daughter Cub Scout and very active in Jackson Street
borne Funeral will be held Saturday
Mils' Marguerite Pinckneo. hie school activities. Services
daughterMr. Oct. 16 at 10 ajn. in the were held Thursday at 4 p.m. !in -

Harry P. Pmekney Jr chapel! Survivors Include a Mater Bethel Baptst Church, Rev. Ross

son I Mrs. AUx-rtha Taylor of officiating. Burial was in Paradise HOMES OPEN
Pompano Beach a brother Jerry Memorial Cemetery. He .isMable
Mrs Minnie: L. Pinckney.daughterumlaN.
Johnson, two aunts. :Mrs. Rebecca Dye Tolitver, four broth- SAT. and SUN.

Three> grandchildren. Bethel and Mrt. Aremintha survived LOT his mother. Mr.
Quintyne! of Nassau Bahamas OR CALL
ers and his grandparents

IN MEMORIAMIn I I Nathan Chatman of 2272 NW Oscar (Rev ) Weaver of 2995 HI8-1119

I 152nd st. died Oct. 7 in Jackson 50th st, died Oct 11 in Jackson

sad but (loving memory of .. f Y.. Memorial Hospital. His body was Memorial Hospital He was a FOR APPOINTMENT
the late I ".- shipped to Ertell. S. C. lids native of Shady Dell. Ga. and

: ." survived by his sister Mrs Etta had lived in the Miami area for
-- I .< : ;. ia ,,. Mae Sand
WI the past 30 years. He was a retired
Ja. barber, and for a numberof
I Itt ..' ( 1-.. Willie Johns n of 244 NW 15th years was ass dated with the
t ", \ t st.. died Sept 30. Funeral was Atlanta Barber Shop at 1030 NW JOIN THE NAACP!
\. held in the
eha&el Oct. 4. Buriedin ,
1 '
,
j 4utl
Lincoln! Moor! Canr.Urjr
# .
n..... .at! -- .
yr -- '
--

: MRS. JESSIE WEBBTI1OMl'SON I AM THE THQUCHT

ANNOINTEDSPIRITUAL :::.:J:0 -\
who departed this. life, October
ir 13. 1957. TODA

'W.tb a smile and a wave of the

hand
I You have wandered into an ADVISORNo By LESTER C. ALBERT
unknown land
And left u* droamag h
fair "-Thorn Jtfforoon.
It needs" must be ince you I problems are, God will

linger there. help you. With God all It ten't true", of couroo that .. can condition ourtclvoo to *..

W* eve you to very much dear thing possible. rapt every chore and duty as something 1* b. performed will.
one. are
But Jesus loved you best. ingly. However thtr *r* many occasions when a troublesome .

Euturpie N.rw. ..cne. niece' effort can be mad far moss palatable If wo conldor the

N>'..::e Minrus. sister SEE ME TODAY! net worth of the project or at .least If w* rooognlxo that a job

-.- I ---= -. MOTHER PERKINS must of noceoslty b* performed and wt 90 about at| In a work

OLIVIA DAVIS manlike If not willing, manner.

who passed from 11 1W9 labor to reward TOOTHACHE 636 N.W. 23rd St. Wo must rocognUo. too that a complete and understanding.
October ,
\ Is* "pryRNs (in rear) service I Is of groat value to the borrowed whon a loved ono

: Here bring your wounded; heart. ," era a Is i 'loot Such Mrvko U available" at HOUSE OF ALBERT
1
V Here tell your anguish. ......... sus.s. M
'M ... 142 NW 15th AvoTbo Light That Novor rails.* Phone OX
Earth has DO sorrow ... I
That heaven cannot heal. I .w Irt.Ngs. Rwe I 17U1.MIAMI .

Her. Peter E. Davis husband ...... teal Advertise! It Pays1

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i I Help Wanted i THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA .

Bar maid $40 plus tip
Waitresses $3.00 per night I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 PAGE 13 : i

plus tip ,.
6 night week from I
WOMAN'S DAY :iIcQ
6 p.m. to 2 sum. :

i No experience necessary AT MT. HERMON
Nice Personalities

ROYAL BAHAMA CLUB "Women Are Standing Where
Men Ought T, "
Be is the theme
Open at 3 p.m. for Mt. Mermen AMEN third annual +rf
I 519 Pembroke Road Woman's Day on Sunday.

WILL CARE FOR BABIES-for Hallandale, Florida October 18
Speaker for the morning 'w.l;:
working mothers. 290>> NW 22nd FURNISHED ROOMS be Mrs Cl n Pearsall. principal
Court OX 1-5930. of Orchard Vila Elementary
FOR RENT Schoc!
TV NOT WORKING If :yoga FOR RENT
lire in Liberty City or Brown
rile are, we will repair on Centrally located CHOICE I.BEDROOM
.
credit Pay Wftk1! ,. Free esti
mates. AU work guaranteed. Call Hot and cold water CORNER APARTMENTSIn

OX 1-9937. 1 $8.50 $10.50 $12.50 Finest Building

Auto InsuranceFor per week ADULTS ONLY

assigned EveryoneNo risk necessary 654 N.W. 13th St. 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.
$23 down. Financing available
ALTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY Mrs. E. Taylor SEE CARETAKER APT. NO. 7 --. --... 'ry ........
768 NW 3rd St.. FR 1-2421 I MRS.
II ROBERTA CHERRY
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FOR RENT FOR SALE I INSULT SPURS

l-BCDROOM APT. from $14, 2- R'f
New CBS 3 bedrooms $250,000 TENN.SUPERMARKET.
bedrom from $16. Free water, I home
itove. refrigerator and furniture
Manager' on premises 844 NW tile bath. Living and FOR RENTIN .
70th St. HrtAnsv.lc: Tenn (ANP)-
"
dining room, kitchen, Flor PERRINE After a White grocer named
ROOMS. rurafchad. 1833 NW that Buddv. Haws purchase all
4th ave Call OX 1-3894 for In- ida room carport. V grapes m the bag instead of
formation. Indf the more .Vaunt Hr nrilerwd' N...
Charles Hudson, OX 14)624 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX I ,groxw in Hr wn.ville, began set*
APARTMENT. 2 bedroom WOO MRS. JOSEPHINE I :an. hare!' ,n a $*> .OOO cooperative
NW 15th are. $85 per month. HOME. BUILT-IN OVEN STRACHAN supermarket of their own
OX 1-5247. t Mr Josichine Stracfaan. NVffro grocer Oieti Sanders
AND RANGE chairman and Mrs. Roberta whose h\h tore went out ol
MAE'S GUEST HOUSE 2170 FOR SALE3bedroom Cherry co-chairman are asking i buators when wholesalers refuM -
Washington Ave, Opa Locks the full r-operaffwi" of everywe IIes I*-
furnished weekly rooms. $8..60 house 10372 SW 173rd St. to make this the mot successful cause of his 1 leadership 'jn enruura -
single: $10 cubic. O22 WITH SMALL W.man'. Day in It tat.".. I I I gipg Negrtnw to v'-te. )ill expected
PERRINE II I to manage the proposed'
LARGE one bedroom apartment COTTAGE IN REAR At the evening servkxr there marketNeg
in nice quiet neighborhood. Un on a beautiful corner will be a panH dfecuiufen on !I ....w* in fayrtte<< CountyoutnunWxr
furnished.. 1521 NW 64th st lot. Both house a eo the above theme.Order i whiter by three. to
now
ut Service: '! one and until lat east nos Negro
COS COTTAGE 2 bed rooms, rented for a total of o j Sunday Sch ol 9.JO am.; morn bad voted in more than 30
e'ectric! range in kitchen large $135 a month CaIID&HConstruction ing w r>hip 11 ajn ; Evening tears The ufrurge in Negro
yard shrubbery' 5110 NW 30th Total price for both worship 7 pjn voting" led to rcon tnlc reprisals

ave ADULTS ONLY ,Call Mr*. houses Co. -- -- ---
$9,995
Hubert FR 4-4234. night NE
4-1087 $500 down $100 mo.
which leave a profit HI 81119"Fashionetta" t
110!
AU FURNISHED modern Adults.I-fcedrom 729 NW 55th apt of $30 a month. If you A V
Terr MU 10325. have all cash you can 1

save $1,500 by dealing 4 MAkss
m -nooM bungalow with a1lmnd.m direct with owner you
convenience Located at ; Pace .
3268 NW 46th St. OX 1-3523. Call OX 6-2392 after November 4, 1960
10 a.m. for inspection COMFW
ROOM in private home quiet I Bayfronl Park Auditorium I
neighborhood. 1154 NW 5th are. I ( and 4
n'J FR 31533.
I LOOK GOOD

LOVELY HOUSE with two bed-
rooms. Florida room. plus! carport Modern FurnishedOne I
With beautiful landscaping.
In the bean of EdiSon Center It Bedroom Apartments
if an ideal! place for quiet and n
comf rtable Irving See it at 789
NW 66th street Adults only week
Muft be experienced: In taking 14.50 per
care of a goad home PL 8-0792
INQUIRE AT
FURNISHED beautiful room with
private bath and private entrance 6100 N.W. 17th Avenue MAGIC SKAVIN8fBOOUCl rgWDI
three doors. 1859 NW r "I! J II '
fifth St. rear. Call after 12 noon OX 1-6341 I Mr.11II"1 covet tsrdt r.. I SHAVING POWDER CO.
OX 17174. ,
yMMt llIt\t MaciiMMin p,0. gar m7 ,? t.v....... o.IsYonr ..
NEATLY FURNISHED rtomi. I
If looking for a nice place reaonab I
>. call OX 1-1428. O22

ONE-BEDROOM house, furnished First Time In Miami
Call!) NE 51950. .. I Car Worth
I COMPLETING THIRD WEEK
ROOM for man only. 1081 NW -)
6m St. phone PL 8-4J64. CaW i! I.
after 4 pm REV. SHEPHERD BOEGATfftS
_. More Than Yon?
HOME. $18 ties wre&-1$ ::\\ never before in the hi- J1.r.- '
.
WthTerr. OX 1-6341 I ..

HOUSE. One bedroom, e--mpIrtf'l-' tory of Miami, has so t' ,: A lubrication job and oil change typical coat,

iy furnished. Good surroundino. people been about $5 keeps your car in good shape another
SIS per wee*. Phone NE 5-8915 many r few months, another few thousand miles. But a
Apply_ at 1934 NW 58th St. He be I drug prescribed doctor .
helped. must a j_ by your average coat

FURNISHED ROOM: for singleor God-sent The I about $3 can be the means of keeping you, or
e-upe. Children accepted man someone in your family, in good shape for years and

2137 Also NW furniture 39th StFOR for sale NE 5-1820 wonder man of God. years. That's why we say ti

, t I TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS TilE BIGGEST
SALE Remember He is nota
I I BARGAIN IN HISTORY
BEAUTY SHOP in good location palm reader, not a
with food business. Call NE I I
I 4-4945. Mrs Flowers. 5.8 p.M. fortune teller, not a I Bring your neat prescription to ...>

LARGE LOT In heart of Goulds<< a God>sent man. EDDIE'S DRUGS 4
beautiful area, bargain each or I
low down payment. HI 3-7635 Do you have a
801 N.W. 3rd Avenue
2-BEDROOM home furnished. problem?

$2.000 down. Open for inspection 1 **Wh rt pharm.cis a ',*.*..1.., ft.t a .11"--' -"
Sundary 1773 NW und St OX
1-2007 It costs nothing to I
come in and talkSeehim Call or have your doctor FH 3.9993

Reupholstering at Cali. .

work, an kinds
of Reupholstering furniture recovered reasonable.Fbcne 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138 for FREE prescription delivery service
i FR 4-153. W. Barron. We I ,
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TIMES FLORIDA I 2nd Funeral services will
MIAMI
Range ave.
.
be held! Tuesday at 330 pm. in

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 ii DEA Walter Joseph Fisher of 4302 Mt. Zion Baptist Church Rev
NW 31st ave. -vims discovered Edward T. Graham officiating.
Burial will be Lincoln. He i*
In
dead In
a parking lot in the vicinity -
of NW 32nd ave. and survived by his wife Aykna 7

CARDSMEMORIALSCARD 42nd st. on Oct. 6. He had lived brother and a sister. Friends may
House of In Miami since 1942 coming can at the chapel beginning at Ipm.

here from Manuel County, Ga Monday.. *
Mrs. Essie Bell of lie is! survived by his widow
OF THANKSThe IN MEMORIAMIn 73rd st, died' in klayola, five children, two sisters John Fraiief cl.tW'Nw'' h
rial Hospital, Oct. 8. and two brothers. The body *t. died Oct 12 In Jaeboo ]Hospital.
vived by three sons was sent to Vldalla, Ga. f.r final He -is survived bFy*a sister
of the late of dear mother
family ,
memory my Arthur Bell with rites. Mrs, XiQrLarkma, and two sous.Arrangements .
WHEELER C. DONALDSON brother and father, -
ed Jones are Incomplete. \
Phillip
,
why departed this life October 1.I960 MRS. JEfNIE CARNEGIE :
Bell
wishes to extend their October: 17, 1951 I a daughter of Mrs. Gussie McKever of 1741
City. NJ two brothers
thanks and appreciation to their Mil ROBERT CARNEGIE '. ; NW 71st st. died Oct. 7 enrouteto J
friends and especially the neighbors April) 26. 1935 ten for Mrs.and Bell a grandchild.who Jackson Memorial -Hospital. > FOR SALE
of 154th it and ISMh st, MR. ISAAC CARNEGIE Mrs. McKever was a recent resi-
Opa Locka for their thoughtfulness February 24 1954 t I from few her, months h me tn Lake dent of Miami, having come

during our hours of bereavement May they all rest in peace and a failing health, will ago be here two years ago to live with Duplex deluxe near GraDctI -
shine : her daughter. Funeral services
may light perpetual upon chapel at 11 a.m.
Henry J. Donaldson than. were conducted: in First Baptist I
burial Lincoln. The Large and
And Family Thelma' Carnegie, and in Church Opa Locks Rev. Macon, way. rooms extra
be via in the
Ethel Gordon William. on officiating Burial bias in LinCwln -
12 non Friday. closet. Building 22x28 in
She is survived by two
CARD OF THANKSWe daughters, Mrs. Ethel Brown and
IN MEMORIAMIn Dwight Aubrey Mrs. LUie B. Henry, a son Jim- rear. % Can be converted to
wish to thank the old son of Mr. and
many mie two brothers and
friends for their kindness shownto sad but loving memory of Miller of 14235 NW grandchildren.Mrs. pine nice apartment. 1053 NW
us during the recent illness the late Opa Locka. died in
and death of ur darling mother MR. ARCHIE ROLLE few minutes after 53rd SLFOR
and sister who dtpartedhie life October an automobile Oct. Savelitta Maude' Stirrup,
16, 1959. services "" -l1I be c of 328 NW 15th st, died at her
MRS. ANNA BLAKE WELTERSwho Gone, but not forgiten. May urday at 1:30 pm. at residence on Oct. 8. She was a
departed this life in Key he rest in peace and light perpetual AME Church Opa native of Nassau Bahamas and
West Sept. 19. We wish to shine upon him. C J. Jenkins, pat tor had lived in Miami for the past
thank the donor of the lovely Father in Thy gracoius keeping. taken home at 5 46 years. Requiem High tau,
floral tributes, donors of card Leave we now Thy servant where he will remain wiU be offered In St Francis RENTWith
and for the use of their cars at sleeping.Mrs. eral time. Besides his Xavier Roman Catholic Church
the funeral. We wish to thank Idell Rolle wife is survived by a thus Saturday morning at 10
the honorary and active pallbearers And Family stei; grandparents, a.m. Burial will be in the family
the Welter Cornet Hand, two uncles a great plot at Lincoln Memorial Cemetery OptionTo
Dr. Reid and the Allen Funeral IN MEMORIAMIn Interment: Lincoln. She will lie in repose in Buy
Home whom we shall never forget the chapel beginning at no.n
for their services and the Friday and will b her
taken to
.stockholders of the Allen. sad but lav.ng memory of *
Funeral 6 Beautiful New
residence at 7 where
Friday
pjm.
dear m 1.her.AXCF.LJNA, Francis ,
my
Hcmc. and the different florist .
she mil remain until the hourof
fir: their beautiful ferns. We Homes in
i+ r.Lr17 service. She Is survived by a
will allure you your kindness Mrs. Etean r son. William tt daughters,
will never be forgotten. NW 21st ave.. died on Mrs. Edna Wiggins and hl
Julia McJnUwh. daughter Jackson Memorial Marine Wallace, three grandchildren RichmondHeights
Mildred McGee' daughter Funeral services :
four great grand children -
Althea Garrett daughter Saturday Oct. 15. 2:30 a brother Edward Wiikin-

Cecille Perry daughter Maryb Wcricyan s eh. a sister, Mrs, Mable Me-
Virgie Frank. Church! with Rev. E : Fadden.
Anthony Welters, sons otr.cat.nl. Survivors .

Stanton Blake brother s n:, Preston Stuart Laa.c Rogers of 1750 NW 60th MOVE RIGHT IN

land Stuart; a It. died Oct 8 in Jackson Memorial
Mary ALec Tynes, a Hospital. lie came here -

CARD OF THANKSThe Atphonzo Tync. five years ago from Macon' Ga.
r Mrs Blanche: Miller Funeral services will be held In bedrooms, carportef

family of the .late Locka.: Mrs. Dorca the chapel M, tuMy at 2 pm.Burial storage shed, built-in oven
Nassau.
NATHAN (Duster) CHAPMAN Ml* Margaret will be in Lincoln Memorial
.Mih to thank the many fncnda Nassau and Misc, Cemetery lie is survived and range
for their thoughtfulness andkindness of Nas:a u. a brother" by his wife. Emma Lou, a sister
Ne e1 old and a host of -
Mr.
during their recent be Emm Mack.'

for reavcnwnt everything, thanks and to may every God ne Mrs Edna D.nklns I Willis Jacobs Jr.of 2225 NW 2-bedrooms, full garage,
NW
5th
blcea you. her home ave. died on 73rd It. was the victim of an large Florida room built-in

Mrs.' Btrn.'e1Ion.. sisurMns. c tnplcte Survivors Paya'I accidental dr.telling on Oct. 8.He oven and range, landscapedlots
Edna M, Samuels sUtcr father Samuel was a student at LUW c.
Mrs Mary' Samuel Kenned brothers Samuel Evans Elementary Sch.ol. Service -
nlec' and will,., be held in Mt Calvary
At,.. Aibertha Lawhorn Mrs Joseph Annie Seymour Mae Baptist Church Saturday -

And Family BURNS Bridfirp rt. Conn. at 4:30 p.m with Rev. Tarpl*/ BUYIIERE PART OF
who departed tea Life October I officiating. Burial will be In
IN MEMORIAMIn IX 1954 M::y the rest in peace Infant Boy Williams Lincoln Memorial., He Is survived YOUR WEEKLY PAY-

Mrs, Gretchen Hepburn NW 6th ave.. died in by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Willie 'ME.NTSVILL APPLY AS

sad but loving memory dour daughter Hospital Oct 10. Jacobs four sisters two A PAYMENT ON YOUR
dear wife brothers, his grand parents and
mother and vice were held Oct.
grandmother IN MEMORIAMIn County Cemetery. several. uncles and aunts. Friends PURCHASE OF THAT
'
MRS. ALEXZINA PINCKNEYwho elude hi. parent and may call at the chapel beginningat HOME.
departed.; this Ufe October In ever c;)v'ing ry of our uves 1 pjn. Friday. Oct 14.

13, 1M3. dcvtci-w.rww&. 8'Jr.1-and t'-terl..-.."""" I 13800, 13810, 13820, 13830
Tolliver'
Sterling a student of
May she rest tn peace. Manker Martin Elementary' School. Van Buren St.
.
Mr. Harry P Ihnekney Sf. Richmond Heights- died Oct. 9
husbandMrs. in Kendall HoapttaL Young Tol-
Ms, Glady, Kemp of : ; 13711, 13721
Vermeil nckney I liver of 13820' Madison, st. was
I4fh Ten
Walker daughter died Oct. Cub Scout and
tome a very active in Jackson Street
Funeral
Miss will be
Marguerite PtftokheO'. hit school activities. Services
urday Oct
18.t 10
daughtcrl I we're held Thursday at 4 pjn. !in -
.
chapel Survivors
Mr. Harry P. Pnekfiey ter Mrs Albvrtha Bethel Baptst Church, Rev. Ross
son officiating. Burial was in Para- HOMES OPEN
Mrs Minnie, L. Pincknej.daughterinlaw. Pompano Beach a die Memorial. Cemetery. He is.
Jhnrim: two aunts M. Mable! D..e Tolliver. four broth- SAT. and SUN.
ca Bethel and Mr .
Three grandcliltdren *
survived Ly his mother. Ma.
Quntyne of
Nassau ers and his grandparents OR CALL

IN MEMORIAMIn I Nathan
.. 152nd st. Chatman died Oct. 7 of Oscar (Rev t Weaver of 2995 HI 8-1119
50th st, died Oct. 11 in Jackson
sad buv\ m, memory :of .. Memorial Hospital. His
Memorial He
the late shipped Hospital was a FOR APPOINTMENT
to
*! Etell. S. C.
I .r. : native of Shady Dell Ga. and
survived
by his
." sister, had lived in the Miami area for
'
1Ia
A ,,;. .... i Mae Sands.
..., .w ._ 111II the past 30 years. lie was a retired
.' t' $ :. Willie John of barber and for a numberof
i .y n
wu ass+:elated with the
years
t 1a ...... .: ft.heW died Sept 30. Atlanta Barber Shop at 1030 NW JOIN THE NAACP!
& i in the chattel Oct
\ i A
In Uncoln Memorial C
tt :.. at -::1' I irIIf .. f,
.. .
.. J '.' ....

MRS, JESSIE WEBBTIIOMI'SON I AM THE


who dI tart.Ki this life October
13. 1967.

'W.tn a smile and a wave of the
head

I You unkaown have wandered tend into an By LESTER C. ALBERT +

And l left u* dr amng h IA very No matter what "NOTHING Ift TROUBLESOME THAT WE DO WILLINGLY

fair "-Thomas Jefferson.
(II need must be since you problems are,

linger there. help you. With It lon't true, of course that we can condition owrselveo toe accept
W* O\'r'ou dear
so very much
one. things are possible. every chore and duty as something toe b. performed will

1OLIVIA But Jesus loved you best" ingly. However, there are many occasion when a troubleseme -

I Euturpe NVwsome, niece' SEE ME effort can bo mad far more palatable If wo conoidtr. the
Nellie: Minces sitter 1
net worth of the project or at lead If wo recognize that a Job
=.. ---
I --- :
MOTHER must of neooeslty bo performed and wo go about |t In a workmanlike

DAVIS if not willing manner.
who passed from labor to reward -
t October 11. 1959.Here TOOTHACHE 636 N.W. Wo must recognise, too that a complete and understanding. .

t. PPiiw1. (in rear) service I* of groat value to the boroavee1 wfeon a loved on.
wounded heart
: bring your .. e
rN S's
u I Here tell your anguish .._.$. was t1Nraasew M to led Such service U available at HOUSE. OF ALBERT,
Earth hu DO sorrow 415, rN u. 142 NW 15th Ave. -The' Light That Never ,.u.." Phone OX

That heaven cannot heal. I i + ORA4ELeM 1761.MtAMI .

I 1.. Her.And Children Peter E. Davis, husband eMU/. awl Advertise! It



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HelpVanted THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA '.

Bar maids $40 plus tips I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 PAGE 13
Waitresses $3.00 per night

plus tips

6 nights week from WOMAN'S DAY

6 p.m. to 2 a.m.

No experience necessary AT MT. HERMON"Women
Nice Personalities

ROYAL Are Standing Where
BAHAMA CLUB
Men Ought T Be." is the theme
Open at 3 p.m. for Mi. Hermon AMfTs third annual -
t 519 Pembroke Road Woman' Day on Sunday
Hallandale, Florida October 16.Speaker .
WILL CARE FOR BABIES tor I for the morning will
working mothers. 6290 NW 22nd FURNISHED ROOMS be Mrs CI ra Pearsall. principalof
Court. OX 15930. Orchard Vi.la& Elementary
FOR RENT FOR Schoci
TV NOT WORKING If yoi RENT
lire in Liberty City or Browns
Tllle are, we will repair on Centrally located CHOICE I-BEDROOM
credit Pay -weekly. free esti- CORNER APARTMENTSIn
Hot and
cold
water
mites. All work guaranteed. CaD

OX 19957. 1 $8.50 $10.50 $12.50 Finest Building

Auto Insurance per week I ADULTS ONLY


No assigned Far' Everyone risk necessary 654 N.W. 13th St. 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.SEE L. S.t J

$25 down financing available I CARETAKER APT NO. 7 1t .. ;
ALTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY Mrs. E. Taylor
MRS. ROBERTA CHERRY
7M NW 3rd St, FR 1-2421

FOR RENT FOR SALE INSULT SPURS

-:. 'T. Z;.
; $250,000 TENN.SUPERMARKET.
\-BKDROOM APT. from $14. 2-
bedr'om from $18. Free water New CBS home, 3-bed-
stove refrigerator and furniture FOR RENTIN
Manager on premises 844 NW rooms, tile bath. Laving and I1rt'" IUvm Tenn (ANPV
TOttJ SL PERRINE After a White grocer moisted
dining room, kitchen, Flor ear that Ruddy Bawls purchase all
ROOMS. Furnished. 1835 NW the grapes in the bag imtead of
4th ave Call OX l-349 for in. ida room, carport. the mere found he ordered Ne
formation. indf. Ames in Br wncville, began selling -
Charles Hudson OX 1.0624 2-BEDROOM DUPLEX
1 share* in a la O.OUO cooperstive -
APARTMENT. 2 bedroom 8300VW MRS. JOSEPHINE STRACHANMrs supermarket of their own
15th ave. $85 per roonih.' HOME. BUILT-IN OVEN Negro grocer Ode4I Sanders
JostihJn Siracban.
OX 1-5247. I' whose AND RANGE chairman and Mrs. Roberta
: when wholesalers refused *
MACS GUEST HOUSE, 2170 FOR SALE3bedroom the Cherry fall co-chairman cwperam of are everyflfeto asking : to sell him" *uppea b-
Washington Ave. Opa Locks, cause of his I teadenhip |n enC'OU..RC -
house I 10372 SW 173rd St. make this the most successful
furnk-hed weekly rooms. fX.50, Wcwnan' Day in hkttory N'egrwv to vvte, i Y expected -
.....,1oto. $10 dcuble. OH WITH SMALL to manage the proposed
i COTTAGE IN REAR PERRINE At the evening service there market
LARGE one bedroom! apartment wall be a panel dbcus ten on Negroes in Kayette County
in nice quiet neighborhood.{ Un- on a beautiful corner I II oa the above theme. I outnumber white- by three to
furnished. 1521 NW 84th at lot. Both houses now Order of Service: i one and until tart year, no Negro
of SuntUy Seta 01 930 a.m.; morning Had voted in mare than 30
CBS COTTAGE, 2 bed rcoms I rented for a total Ca11D&HConstruction w whip' 11 ajn.. Evening years The Ufimrge In Negro
eretnc range in kitchen large $135 a month w.Ksht4r, 7 pm. voting led to eeon.talc reprisals.
yard, nhrubbery.. 5110 NW 30th I Total price for both
Co. --- ---- ---
ave ADULTS ONLY. CaU Mrr houses $9,995
Hubert FR 4-4234.: night NE I .
down $100 r s
4-1087 $500 mo.
which leaves a profitof HI 8.1119"Fashionetta" iIr"

FURNISHED 1-bedrom apt $30 a month. If you
AD modern. Adults. 729 NW 55th
Tf'rTIU 10325. have all cash you can
save $1,500 by dealing i 1 MAk. yau
FIVE-ROOM bungalow with all direct with owner race. Fo.l
modern conveniences. Located at I II J <
32A8 NW 46th St OX 1-3523. : Call OX 6-2392 after November 4, 1960 COMFtand

10 a.m. for inspection Park Auditorium
Bayfront
ROOM 1- private home quiet
neichb rhood. 1154 NW 5th ave.
LOOK GAD
' 3" FR 3-1533. ,
I ;
UOVELY HOUSE with two bed- Modern FurnishedOne
"o(T tu. Florida room plus carport -
With beautiful landscaping
In the heart of Edison Center Its Bedroom Apartments r
< an ideal place for quiet and
fnf rtable Irving. See it at 789
VW 6Ath street Adults only. $14.50 per week
Mutt be experienced In taking

rare of a god home PL 8-0792. INQUIRE AT I'' ,' M N.eatMl rMft I ....

FURNISHED beautiful room with MAOC SHAV1HO POWDCRraowcr ,
private bath and private entrance 6100 N.W. 17th Avenue l N

three doors. 1859 NW 1-6341 M y s M.tt st cwnt' v rw SHAVING POWDER Co.u .
*oth St. Iftr. Call after 12 noon OX
OX 17174. D ss to Iwis wsuc itue M1ttS P.O. Boa 1161 12 Sav.aa+h, Ga.

NEATLY FURNISHED rcon\s. ti -
1' looking for a nice place rea-
, nabe. call OX 11428. O22

O 'E First Time In Miami Car Worth
Call-BUM NE oOM 5-1950.house-.6. furnished 11 I COMPLETING THIRD WEEK Is Y our


ROOM for man only 1081 NW
Iht St. phone PI. 8-G 4. Call BOEGATERS ?
otter 4 pm REV. SHEPHERD.- More Than You

HOME: 'A r-r wek"Terr. 813 NW never before in the history J-Jp.

5.'th OX 16341. typical cost,
Miami has so A lubrication job and oil change
of t.
HOUSE. One bedroom ewnple4'h about $5 keeps your car in good shape anotherfew
furnished. Good surroundings. I many people been months, another few thousand miles. But a
$13 per w.... Phone NE 5-8915. I. drug prescribed by your doctor average cost
AJp1) at 1934 NW 58th St. be
helped. He must a f about $3 can be the means of keeping you, or

FURNISHED ROOM for single God-sent man The : someone in your family, in good shape for year and
or eruplt. Children acceded .
That's why we say y
A.s.-, furniture! for sale NE 5-1920 wonder man of God. I years.
2137 NW SJHh SlFOR t TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS TilE BIGGEST

SALE Remember He is not I t BARGAIN IN HISTORY

BEAUTY SHOP in good location I a palm reader, not a I toEDDIE'S
with good business.: Call NE I fortune teller, not a I I Bring your neat prescription
4-4943 Mrs. Flowers '-8 pjn.
reatn.. root man, not God just .
f : DRUGS
a God-sent man. I
LARGE DOT in heart of Qoulds,
beautiful area bsraaln.! each or
tow down payment. IU 3-7633 Do you have a 801 N.W. 3rd Avenue

%.nEI>ROO 1 home furnished. problem? *. _, -Whore pharmacy .M a prof..*l..., n.tFR a oldotlecs"i .
$%.000 down. Open for inspection r
Sunday 1773 NW 31nd St OX
1-2067 It costs nothing to I Call or have your doctor 39903for
talk Sec
come in and -
Call, .
Reupholstering him at. .

Reupholstering work, all kindsof 1 FR 9-9138 I. for prescription delivery service
furniture recovered reasonable. 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt.

,base FR 4-1652. W, Barren. We I ..1a
pit t up and deliver .. -


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New Providence Baptist THE INCARNATION

..e. rs .. ......... 411i1! .. ....- I
:r. .
I'" 1830J1o:1tL; :
.. >8t
... Father E 8. Clarke Jr, vicar:

.. The services at the ehorcb:
have been changed to the follow
Ii log schedule


t Church School.SUNDAY, ...... 930
meta Solemn High Mu. 10:45
w Jr. EYC meeting B pffl.ST. .

EYC meeting ,- ....,-.. ... 1:00:
Solemn Evensong and Benediction -
of the Blessed

sv. e Sacrament _____ .,:30 pm.
Revival Services

MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA You. Shall Know The Truth TUESDAY
St. Vincent' Acolyte
I SATURDAY OCTOBER 15 1960 and The Truth Shall Set You. rehearsal ... ..,....._ 5:00
PAGE 14 Free. The public Is invited to attend Vestry meeting ___ __ 8 p.m.
Revival Services at Gregg r
Mkslon. 1643 NW 1st court. WEDNESDAY::

FIRST UNITARIAN FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa Evanrelst Violet. Williams Is Low Mass ...,...... 830 axn.Evensonr .
preachinr. She is from New York. : .-..
"Religion and the Presidency" Locks and Jamaica, BWI; Rev. Mrs. Meetingthe Guild of our Lady

will( be the sermon. topic of the ev. W. J. Macon pastor Emma F. Watson. Is minister r .r (altar guild) Immediately fol
Rev." Robert W. Sonen, minister Sara E. AldRae secretary lowing.
of. the First Unitarian Church SALTER'S CHAPELRev
Rev. C. J.
Choir No. 2 celebrated Its 8th Burney, pastor
48 SW 29th road at 11 '.m. on H J. Benson pastor Sis. Claudia Wilson FRIDAY
reporter
Sunday, Oct. 10. anniversary Sunday and the Ruth Twlrn. reporter St Cecelia's rehearsal 830 pm.

A family service with a dedica- president, Mrs. Laroda Hardy Sunday School ... ...r...... ..30 Sunday School.............,,,,, 930 Low Mass on all Holy Days at
tion cf parents and children will expressed her sincere thanks for Morning worship .._........ _11:00 Morning. Service .,,,-,1. ..t.J 11:00 630 an. and on Feast Day 6XX)

precede' the regular service from the wonderful way the choirs of ACE League .-........ ...... 8:30 Evening Services .. ,..,....., 7:30 'me
10:13: to. 1045.Community: the city responded to the invita
evening worship _________ 7:00 .
Group No.. 8 will The New Providence Mission

meet' on. Friday, Oct 14, 7 p.m. tion.The At 4 o'clock. on. Sunday, Mis. ary Baptist Church was o.r. < rendered
gospel was realy -
Rosetta Sullivan and her ed on Oct 4 by our Missionary
at the home cf Mr. and Mrs. group Men and Women
in song as each choir sang Rev. A. J. Kin The
,
Dan McMullen 7220 SW IS 1st sponsored' a FaU Fiesta headed organizing
at. for a covered dish supper with their own style their favorite by the manager and coworkersof of. the new church took place In Train for Civil
for the
Receipts' evening
followed by a talk on Russian sonr. the Atlanta Life Insurance Co. the YMCA Building, en 15th
politics given by Dr. Louis Cole was $322.30 Refreshmentswere The tables were beautifully decorated Ave and 58th St where the services Service Positions
served in the annex.
man of the University of Miami with lace table clots and are now being held. Rev.C. GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Dr. Coleman has recently' returned all kind of silver and china. Ths! J. Burney was called to pastor
from a two. months. tour EBENEZER METHODIST was a pre-affalr leading up to. the New Providence M B. EDUCATIONIU"ICIINT

of Russia. Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Pastor our Woman's Day which will Church.. We are thankful to God
E. Inrraham, reporterS terminate the fourth Sunday in for the large membership and to SEND NAME. ADDRESS
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY .. October at 7 pjn. We were honored th-se who have connected since
School ......., 8.10 PHONE NUMBER
: Morning worship ........... 11:00 with the presence of the the orrsnlzinr.! A total of 19.
Mfc Olive
Alexander executive Rev. J. B. Blake and hi* congregation P.O. Box 4712
__
:1 Evening worship _____. 7:00
director of JESC and vice of New Bethel AME Let us continue in prayer for
chairman of. the Baha'l Assembly Conference. Committee repotting Church Goulds. He and his one another.. To all of our I Miami, t, Fiends 'Indf
of Miami, will lead the friend and visitors welcomeyou
Ebenezer marches on.. Worship. choirs were enjoyed by all. Pre- we
regular weekly discussion at theItaha'I services have been revitalized by siding Elder J. A. Roberts will in our services. at all times.

Center 137 NW 11th are, the reorganization. of. the choirs. hold. his fourth. and last quarterly -
8 pm. Sunday. Oct. 16. Her .
conference
beginning Friday
and the hiring of qualified orran-
subject will be eon l1rio.n: The '

cordially Coordinator Invited Force. to attend.Everyone Phone Is Ists.enjoy( Come that renewal worship of with. spirit us most and. Choir night No.Oct.. 2 14 and through ushers Sunday.No.2 IF YOU NEED A LOAN, PhoNe

rendered' service for the day.
seek when the
choosing to spend
Mi
Salomon secretary, FR
Consolidate Your Bills Into Low Payment
one
Sabbath In church.
1-5420. for further Information.Mt. ST. JAMES A. M. E.
Every facet of Ebenezer organization FAST, COURTEOUS SERVICE
Pleasant Methodist Is working In bee Rev. 1L McNeal Harris pasterSunday Loans home
hive fashion preparing' to enter- School _________ tdMrs. arranged at your
2010 Lincoln Ave. Sadie 1". Dean reporter No inspection: fee
tian the tt.b Session of the Florida -
Opa licks Fla. Creator Worship _______ T4I
Sunday School ......_._ 10:00: Annual Conference cf the Morning Worship .. 114 Call or write to JOHN BERGER
Morning. < 'worship ...... 11:00 Methodist Church It will be toe
Evening worship .................... .,:30 .,.slon Nov 9-13 with BWhno An Invitation Is extended tc CENTRAL MORTGAGE CO.
Marquis LaFayette Harris D.D, our many friends and the pub
The Related Five Gospel Sharers Ph.D, prreldlnr. BUhon Harris Is : lic at large to rcne and worship 337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-7769
will be presented !In a musical succeeding Tllrhnp J W E': Ilowm with us Sunday at St James
program on. Friday. October wh was retired at the July. The Frendly Church." Our
14 at 830 p.m. The public b cordially >> 190 meetlnt of the Jurisdictional pastor will deliver the messageat
Invited. Admission. free. Conference' which met at the 11 am. service and will
Rev. William )Made pastor Cleveland.We use as hi subject The Adequate CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF

Christ" Choir. No. 1 will render
Mt. Zion Observes are looking forward to an the music, choir. No. 2 will reader BEAUTY CULTURE"MOST
unprecedented cession and Inviter !
the music during the even- -
Youth DayThe u to share the planned program lag service. MODERN IN THE SOUTH+ '
of this. very able leader
There will also be conference ''T11eomm of St James are
Young Matrons of Mt 'I Work Unlimited
ministers from other Fascinating OpportunitiesOnly
parts of the working toward the observance
Zion will "
"Y Day"
uth at
sponsor
state with their aeromoanylntchoirs of their 12th Woman's Day
the church. October 23. 1960.Tile t... augment the program which will be held Nov. 13. Avery Hair-Weev Training Center In The South

theme.Pre narinr< Youth H' nm>rr the dates Nov 9-13 interesting and unique pr"
For LeadershW111 be discussed Write today for further Information
gram .Is being planned by the
.
at
a special rally for all the
MT. AARON BAPTIST prorram chairman Mrs. W. Il
youth and adults In the area it Jamison The name of the 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Mama, Florida
4 o'clock In the basement of the 140 N.W. 1ttK Ave.
speakers for the occasion will
church. Rev C W Kcott pastor appear later Mrs. Locusts Col- I
You are invited to attend and
flea Furl Golden clerk
st xr, chairman Mrs. Cleo Moore,
to bring your children and your: '" ndav School ...__....._.._. eJO co-chairman together with the i I II
friends to this prorram. "-,."ing Worship ................ 110M I captains and the membership at

"TU ..... ._.. ...._......_... ... g-flft large are enraged In
oetivities
many -
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. "'"-.nine Wnnhto .... .._...... T:Oft to reach the goal of
Central life iRSHrntct Ct.IS
J. W. Stephens' pastorM. "-.err rne tfnl'r.1H".. MIA $3.000. We solicit your supportand .

T. cooperation. In helping us to
Schoo.Copeland' .......reporterSunday ... 1:45 ST. LUKE BAPTIST attain our ,oat Come and wor.. HAPPY TO OFFER FOR YOUR

Morning Service...._. 11:00 Rev P W Williams pastor ship with us Sunday at St. CONSIDERATION THEIR

BTU .._.._.?.,... 5:30 Susie K w'lt bf'ld. reporter James, "The Friendly Church."

Evening! Worship. .?. :00) cundav School .._,.. 943
Church of The Door PlanFather
Morning Service ..._._... tt-M Open New Family Group
Thanks
to the visiting. minister R'T'tJ ................._.._..,.........._... Sin (ConrreraUonal)
who. were and with nlrht.. us Rev.on Howard Sundsvmornlnc 1"YHtln Wonhfo. _. ,:Oe Rev. H. c. McDowell part Mother, Children-All Under One Premium

Rev. World and Rev. 0 A. The No 2 choir of St Luke A. E. McNeal. reporter New.borns Automatically Insured at Birth

Pratt delivered the morning message TI pHtt Churrh Invite you to a Sunday was a gala day at the AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM
with much power. Our pastor tOM 16 from 3 f.. 6 p rn. atthe Church of the Open Door whenwe
delivered i ?Mal stirring! House of ATWrt. Bro Lr.(erf had our annual Roll Call of. Very Economical Family Protection in Any Amount
message Sunday. nUht Albert will hour sneaker members and 75 percent of the From
The No. 2 usher board is hav-
The public Is Invited The wcmcn members were present to answerto
Inr! a dinner sale at the home of Mil observe their annual Davberinnfnr the call

Sister and Bro. Earnest Pierce Monday night Oct. 17 Rev. McDowell Is continuing $2,000.00 to $50,000.00
3360 NW
Saturday. Oct.48th 15.tent NE 4-7728 through Oct 23. hU sermons. on. the Prophets of.

This! Saturday afternoon the The general" chairman Is asking the Bible. The Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
Junior. Dept. win have a sale of all women to please coooer- Friends and visitors are always -
hot. dogs and punch on. the ate. we are anttcfoatlnr the bestwM"en weld-ene at our 11 am. Modern Policiea to Fit Your Individual Need
church yard from 4 to 6p.m. In the hWonr. of St Luke service at the Seventh" Day Adventist -
There will ba plate se11n! at School auditorium. NW 0
Parents try and send your tie home *>f Deacon and )f1l. 25th ave. and 50th st
.
children cut to help tut swell our (bin'ton Saturday" at jrro NW
treasure. Mth st or call OX 6-0892. we Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
The No... 1 choir. will have barbecue
win be glad to deliver the plates
sale 1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
Friday and Saturday
on t* vou ,
nights to. help them toward Pray for the sick! and srut-ins. Advertise! It Pays!

their! anniversary roal T. ti.. e
P bi Invited: ---- r OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST

Washington Our sick,and Sis.shut-Ins Sarah Chestnut are Sis. BARRETT'S SHOE KLINIC 176 N.W. 14th SL WEST PALM BEACH

and Little Nathan Ollif. Let ur MIAMI 602 N. Rosemary A..
pray for and visit them EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
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.;- -- I Mt Olive Baptist ChurchRev MT. CALVARY BAPTIST THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA


( : r r Rev Phyllis E. M.Myers Thomas, reporter, pastor I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 PAGE 15

Sunday School ......"........... 9:45 .
\ Morning service ...... 11:00 ...
Newt BTU 3:39 Father Culmer -

Evening service ......_...,...., 7:04
Y Attends American PUN PHUN
_y I' The Willing Workers had their
WalterThe .. annual tea Sunday at the House Church Union MeetThe llr Hill. OKSOKKIt
of Albert It was very suocej- -

.- ... rut Ven. John E Cuhner. sect Tkfft'lf' bus rides are ended.
I
On r of St Agnes Dpfrcopal t Hues Mr. Panrley flpired hew.o
CWII Oct 18 the Junior ChurciwJll Church and Archdeac '
for Ne-
I l have a program. The public n being taken for a ride by
merce will Be Work in the Diocese f South i I I
tH taking drivers
is
invited Well
it
to
Oct 17. AU come. Florida left Miami this week f r '
that .
pr yea no fare H not fair.
to be Jtr Our sick and shut-Ina are Sis New York where he attended the' TV ads confute me First I
Commerce ter Lucille Baker, Del*res meeting of the Council of the hear "Go lo the mountain" .
and 22nd stBbefMcer Kemp Essie ),1. Daren Selena American Church Union Father I I the twvkifi l Then comes the
Wilson and Clara Sheffield. We Culmer wa elected to this Council coffee break "A mountain
are praying for ill of you to have the recently, and i u reputed to be t I la c Ming to Miami" Hmnwnmfrr .
Hallamfete a speedy rte' very first Negro clergyman I what unit Brothers
Men's Day t.- "....I elected to that auHt body jf think about that1
Oct 30. MARTIN MEMORIAL AME church leaders I see by the Timer that Nerrnes -
observance E. P Brown pastor was one of two delegates selected are getting better government -
Brown Sr. Sunday School -., ", ............_,-, 9:30 11 Richmond, HHrht' The American Churen Union ian Job*. That mean.* we're
member Morning worship ... .. 11.:-00 11 Wilma Harris reporter affiliate of the International getting better novernment.
out thy BTU -... 3:30 11 Rev. L. R. Brown pastor Church Union. Father Culmer! I am Io king forward to Mr.
not tern Evening worship .......,...?.... JO Sundav School ...?....__ fcSI from the United States at large' K' departure to Mweow I'm
the Morning worship .w..w II-Of who attended the convention ft getting fed tin en tho e "K" rations -
nr.. Willie I The men of Mt Olive will observe ACE League ......."."..,...,. 3:00 the International Church Union he's dishing out.
Paul Creer. their 6th annual Men's Evening worship ".",.,, ...730 at Farnham Castle. Surrey C. un- A* of sow In the World's
Day Sunday, Oct. 16 Their ty England in 194H. Series. the Yank hare two multi.score .
Mt. Sinai theme fr this observance Is "Men Services on last Sunday were Sessions of the Council! meet vct! rte (tn one) over the
dale. will of Today In The Church and'I de lat like the only way
his e+ Community. A pattern for Men Williams our morning speaker, St. Mary The Vir.in to N..,. to heat th M Yank .ia to dis-
Baptist of T morrow." j' and Mrs Naomi Snnonette. ev- York City Headquarters of the MantV them!
a 3 "..... rA With | enlng speaker delivered two annul were at the Nit evelt Hotel dm! Rights Sexrea. .tlon'a
Sinai" thle theme in mind thechairman unique mftgt The Southland In the same city last r.tnt:
at 3 pm and co-chairman. Mr Sincere and the St. Paul Wo The American Church Union I hear: tell. that bfotoet"f' of In-
ed t .be 1H' Jamm Bowman and Mr. Dandy men's Ch ir atone with the Mar- I* the Anglo Catholic party of the creasing mot Hn< fatalities the
iltVit.... Robinson mill seek to pay tribute t:n Memorial Choir rendered the Hpicopal J Chupph! Hh election t" lily mT b<'eme the national
_.r. Mia. and respect to all men who music its Council mark another first flower Bef re this Is seriously
have perf rmed their duties
to for Father Culmer. con5Hered. may I present my
Little K help build up their communitiesand Proceeds far the day totaled choice' of a flower poetically*
set a pattern for men of tomorrow 11.740 32 Mrs Louise Byrd and Aim elected to. and attend.mi
Mia- Mrs Malvena Moore exnrrs thetrtratitude the Council were the Veer Rev What Sall the nattefTs flower
brate tit. f'f ttw t port given Frances Cam belt Char Dean .f 1..1W.t1
Oet. 16. H.. The speaker for the morningwill them in this initial Woman's Day the Cathedral of St Luke (),- you auto kftf1'... far It'.
ne* of 9" be NeUrn I lando, and UN ..
Adams principal program. Very Rev Oe- plain to ..
........ I Dunbar Elementary School. borne R LHtlW On Saturday Nev 5 the Db- of 9t Luke Cathedral Arid now
Bowe's The fftr for the eveningwill Inn Missionary! Society will Reefer t f a fashionable church w,.',<- b't eating forth M a car-
...... all be Rev. Roscoe Jackson held Its lat meetn of the year In Baltimore. nation
IIIhN Oct 16 member of the Nor Mt Moriah at Martin Memorial'
bleat Baptist Church. w
Sh V will be Parent fend rut children to
Davis Yru are cordially Invited to Sundae School and k>aff e. Wean
peep take a part in the programchairman trying to enlarge our attendance ABC Mortgage Co.
The .... It would be so nice of you
lysord wuM. come too
.ortsee a 703 Scybold Building FR 1.1493
the h m* of ; Mrs. Dorothy Barnes,
liwi In 0. program chairman; Mrs Mau
; First and Second Mortgages
Williams teen' Bethel publicity chairman GRABLESDAY

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The No Inspection Fee
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the f urth
AME edroom CHS apt. Stove Clip This Coupon Combine all your debts Into one easy paid mortoflPhen .
thank you '" FR t.uS-Our representatIve will call *n you
nd refrigerator. Hot and
cooperation
vited. $1.95 Birthday Cake lmmd lately

Rev M. J[. t: 0 I d water. Residential For Only 89c Free Consultation Regarding Your Mortgage Plannings '

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The women '
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 'Beauticians Tea

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1960 I i I r ELLA MONCUR'S
The Miami Beautician Unit
No. 7 is sponsoring its 20th an. I THEATRICAL BEAUTY SALON
nual benefit tea on the patio of "
Poinciana Park Greater Miami the Sir John H-lei, 276 NW 6th NOW OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY....
st. on October 23 from 4 to 6
PTA to MeetThe pn. The public is invited. Watch COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE$ -*
Temple NewsThe this column for more unit 7Dew.
parents and teachers of .. 2625 N.W. 55th Street
Poinciana Park Elementary Daughters c< Greater Miami NE 5.282197
school are having their first Temple No. 769 are sponsoring Register NowRegister
meeting of the school aeaton a cocktail hour and fashion -
Thursday night, Oct. 20 at &00pjn. show at the Greater Miami your child now in
A very interesting program Lodge 364 NW 17th st co Sun- .Fairyland's Nursery and Kindergarten -
is planned Just for .rou. Parents, day afternoon, Oct. 30, from ,-, New Hope Baptist Church WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot
remember that our membership 6600 NW 15th are. Hot meal
drive is on. Please be present p.m.The served daily. Free pick up and
and bring your fee of $1.00. Get chairman, Dt Hester Riv- delivery. Ages from S months to 50 x 110 Good for 2 pnt! -41,250
your name on roll and receive ers and co-chairmen Dts. Enid 5 years. Phone OX 1-8S32 or FR
your card. Reese and Maggie Williams have 44039. indf CASH PAID FOR LOTS OR HOUSES
Elizabeth Pittman, principal completed plans with their com
Anna J. Tillman, presidentJESCA'S mittee for the cccktail hour. THANK YOUTo BRAND NEW-Lorely 3-bedroom, 2 bath mod garbage

Hi Vera McCnsmman, noted friends and citizens: oak floor, tile roof, built-in electric kitchen
ProgramFor sponsor of fashion shows, from Please accept my sincere
Adults and Ge:rgia and Florida, is the chair- thanks and appreciation for your 1430 ,N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.
man of the fashions. You will be visits cards, telephone calls and SEYMOUR BARONJE
Senior CitizensThe able to tee the leading fashion inquirie, during my illness.
at this show. Make this a muston D. A. JullusAdvertisel 8-1340 JE 24343Don't
your entertainment calendar.
planning committee
program for adults and senior citizens Ycu will hear more about this
of the Jame E. Scott Community fabulous show In this column I I
Association bu planneda next wecfc' It Pays! Fret Fight! Join The NAACPiWiwIfnulJwLi1JUJwuwuw

wholesome and enjoyable program -
for the fall and winter ac-
UviU,.. ;

begin A series Friday of Oct book 21 review at 5, pm.will Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the Community

in the Senior Citizens ClubRoom .
at 6304 NW 14th are.. FOR A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
which is the south end of the
Liberty Square Community Bide.
The book selected for October >;
and the first of the ,aeries,
Win be "Gift From Sea" written H
by. Mrs.. Anne Morrow Linbergh. -

This program Is free and thepublic
: U invited. This book was
carefully selected to suit our
local setting of sea and sand. It
Is also a treatment for those who
are searching for solitude and
relaxation in our restless socie H H HThis
ty. Mrs. Elizabeth Telley will
serve a> the mistress of the pro-
gram. The book will be Jointly
reviewed by Mrs. Sadie Vincint,
and Mamie Gill. Garth Reeves
board president of JESCA. will
bring greetings to the group.A Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

di*>Uy of sea shells will
help our guests to appreciate the TERRIFIC BUY! BROWN SUB SPECIAL!
treatment d the subj< From The Sea." 4 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS

will Our be United featured' Nations on Wednesday Dinner, CBS. NEWLY PAINTED IN AND OUT. LARGE LOT. CLOSE TO N.W. 27TH

Oct. 20 at 5:30: p.m. This program AVE. BUS SCHOOLS SHOPPING.
will be in observance of NEW PLUMBING, FLOORING, ELECTRI-
United Nations Day for our CAL WORK. TUBS FOR WASHING. NO CLOSING COSTS. TOTAL PRICE
adults and senior citizens. The
tickets will be one dollar per $11,500 $995 DOWN, $90 MONTH. ONE MORTGAGE. OPEN SUNDAY 1-6
person.. Advanced' reservations P.-M. SEE 2948 N.W.
must be made prior to Monday, 51ST ST.

Oct. 24. The dinner will consist _..........I/.... --- ______ -____ __ _ _ _ _ _ _
of good food a coed program -tIW -
bringing the UN to our door. $595 Down BEAUTIFUL DUPLEX
Mrs. J. L. Dixon is chairman. BRAND NEW CBS HOME

bedroom new CBS, Opa Locka. 3 large bedrooms. G E. oven $2,000 Down

Legal Notice No closing costs. Move right in. and carport low. Widow
range, rear screen Closed garage Priced
Notices Robert McTatUT: ], a tI One mortgage $86 month only. ed Florida room. One mortgage. must sell. Near 10th Ave.,
former tccupant of 216 in
the Mary Elizabeth room Hotel You \'fSee 1-6 p.m. Sunday. 1551 NW No closing coat NW 54th St. All large rooms,
are notified that the clothing you 154th St. city water. Priced far below cost
left In the room will be sold for $995 Down
back payment of rent on Oct. 29 ,
1_.
A list of the clothing and merchandise LIBERTY CITY MUST SELL FAST
follows Open Sunday.
'Mine sheets, 20 towels. 82 2bedroom. Close to N.W. 62ndSt. Opa Locka area tract

scarves, 9 pillow cases, 10 face Ha awnings, carport. All bedroom CBS home. Floridaroom 170 feet x 200 feet
towels, ODe table cloth three
pair of pants. 8 coat (man), 2 fenced, large lot. Very cute tile roof, one mortgage Zoned busnesa or unit Good

shirt sweaters 4 pair 1 bath of short robe,pants 1 wool, 2 house Only. one mortgage only. No closing costs. Hardwood site for church, playground or

mope 1 broom. I ironing board, 1 Down floor, carporte. bowling alley. Term arranged.
box of kitchen utensils, 1 box of $795 Terrific!
blankets, 1 electric iron. $995 DownSEE
One belt. 2 pillows, 1 23 ft
nsbber hose, 1 of 1850 N.W. 53RD ST.
bag dirty 3.bedrooro, 2 bath Near N.W.
clothes 1 box of drapes 1 box r $595 Down
()spreads.. I box of throw rugs 12th Ave. One mortgage only at
1 electric toaster, 1 lady watch. 1 $63 month. Large lot. Clean bedroom, Florida room CBS, bedroom.. Very cute home.
basket of women's clothing kitchen
.
nie nacs. 1 tray of knives landscaped. beauty. Open this Sunday 12 to Carport, stove asd refrigerator.

i spoons. forks, 1 dresser draw full] 6 p.m. See Myrna at 1851 N.W. Only one mortgage, $85 month.
of glass dishes. ONLY DOWN
$1,495 Quiet area. Near school buses.
4 'fiiree pair of men's shoes 1 51st St.2BEDROOM. ,
Bible 1 dictionary 1 fishingroll. -
1 scrap book 1 box of pictures
1 extension cord. complete LIBERTY CITY AREA CBS HOME HOME AND INCOME
shoe shine kit, dresser full of
toilet articles 1 foot tub. I SEE 1739 N.W. 59TH ST. $995 Down $795 Down
bottle of spray! 2 table lamps 1

overnight. bag 1 pair of shwerslippers. 2.hedroom. All jalousied win. Only $10,995 total. $75 month. Furnished. Close to NW 7th Ave.

Samuel Moncur' manager dows. City water. One mortgage and NW 62nd St Buses, city.
Include insurance and .
taxes.Close
only. $79 month. water. All fenced corner. Only.
to N.W. 17th Ave. and One mortgage. No closing coat

-Otra-r*. Specs this week $895 Down N.W. 54th St Bu es. Good buy! Front and rear porche See ua

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