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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 29, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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-38TH YEAR, NO. 10 MI -FLORIDA, SATURDAY OCTOBER 29, ENTS SIXTEEN PACES
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SEN. KENNEDY OFFERS HELP 3 1 of i PI' APPEAL SENTENCE

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Martin King Releas __ n Bond


Dr Martin Luther King leader Senator J hn Kennedy, In. King and more than 70 other under a probatl nary sentence
In the Montgomery Ala. bus telephone call from the Middle sit-in demonstrators were arrest until be was advised three days
strike and dauntless fighter West to Mrs. King expressed ed in Atlanta last wee*. before his arrest. "BILL ALLEN DIES
against segregation was ordered concern about the King family
Tuesday to serve four m.nths and promifTd to do what be King paid a US fine and was lie was taken In handcutfs
on a suspended traffic sentence I could' t help, given: a one-year su\xnded sentence from the Fulton County Jail In AfTER 51 YEARS ,
after he was arrested in a sit- A defense' staff of fire Negro on Sept 23. on a charge of Atlanta f ,r trial. A crowd' of
in demonstration !in Atlanta.On I lawyers fended by Atty D. L. driving without a Georgia' state more than 100 Negroes and 200
Thursday Dr King was HolteweU, had questioned the license He had his Alabama whites filled the courtroom and IN MIAMI/ ,
ordered released from prison on c nsUttttfe&ality of Georgia'snew driver's license at the tfene. He Judge P. Oscar Mitchell passed
a $2,000 bond. I trespass law under which said that he did not, know he was the sentence.

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I MIAMI NAACP HEAD IN NEW YORK

:5 Arrested As Dope

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4r "" Ring Is SmashedA


....
y .a 4 f = D
-:::.. countywide narcotics ring t
snapped ).Monday night when DETROIT WHITES I.I
city and state narcotics" agents
arrested fire persons. BOYCOTT
The ring operated by forcing
d ctLr;, prUIC't'tptODI> and passIng SCHOOLDetroit

them adru, counters, author "o tbols'and p.cnis .*
:ties; ,aid .
three + 1\\
of children at pr *
Most of the prrscrfc tons werea i minatel/ white Detroit schools
morphine drag called IX-Lau-. toted this week to keep' their
d.' .. a tablet dissolved In water youngsters home to protest the
m Vpped" Into a vein with transfer of 312 Negro children to
a '-vperdermic' needle, the sch ols

The otfcors a nq'd B yk&i The children will be kept away .1 -- '-'''','''',
J Jnu J2, of 1t11 NW 8th court' ;
LeiulK Taylor, 28. of 140 NW fridajr and next Monday and W lam W Ar"rn the "Bar-
10th at Wilton Kelly" 22. of Tuesday :rum the GWIWon- brcue K n of fw t.'Iwr y C'y '
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5208 NW nice and Noble scfcools.' area, died October 2.n Jackson I
Nth ave. Leo J Stra-
STRATEGY 8I IOJo.ather Theodore It. Gib- than The Guest and Monster, schools Memorial Hoapttal
23. and
Ann I
son. left rector of Christ Episcopal Church and, president bf'h of 24J4 NW Seth Alrjindr si. 32. ire all ihit The N:bit has a
of the Miami NAACP sentenced to six! months jail Vagrancy by a'soriatiivf wltfj few Negro students. A native of Tarpon Ilay. Ceu- l

and 1.200 fine for refusing to turn NAACP membership known addict eras the chart .. -- I them in Bahamas IK1 I iT was he came active to m Miami HMreitgl -' ,
against Jones,
liana over to Florida official, went to the Association' charged with' attempting The others to utter were .... us and civic activities of his I,
New York city National Office this week for a strategy fared prescriptions. \. S community, Mcvini Ut"aKti s.rnwvnber.ky
I*. J..... AM:
session with Dr. John A. MoracII. center, assistant to the Alvin' King 2!. of 2M NW23rd Churco, as a tn past if.ai*tefit cal

NAACP executive secretary, and Robert L. Carter. gen C Ferguson rt. a waiter, and Rud I lob the Elks Uberty Lodge, a Ma-
eral counsel. 3W et a nwskian.were M of 2335 NW sun of the 32nd Degree. ...... a !
arrest- member of the AW Aqutn Clw4jMr
---" ----- "- .It'd.on_Sunday ringTc1NF as members of the Alien of OMO NW Mi* St.
was kn M n by the niek name I
"Dl._." aDd for m>n than IS
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years wed as mana..r <>f fees, I
: IN THIS conctaaons on Viri:n.a "',.+.

ISSUE wt In later years, because of fail" 1
log health, he was traMared 'i.
Jahny,, M.'hl. rarently' atartttfew Vucaya Mist. HU fans u*
lit" .a ohaae af Ma c..r.Th. barbecue .wad,....... .a hu ftth
h-o4 M".tylM'' bad a big Avenue
ReaUurant
.."'f'I...... to make. antf fc, "',.... him the title. The fatnaal$Os'rw.f n i
't Tgsdt'" .I''wHd' edit... was King"
r..t 0" the pot to .H au''''.
,I.,.. tovere.... B. sure fa see Services will 1 be hold "'auda
MJ.*.",,w MatHIa' Make. A Rig' e1 In St Jam** AMt Chitfin.Rev !h.
n-el.. ... path I of tha Oe- !.I fhet Kkm. ?.1frlaL"
S .A.... T."a. Dues. wul' be in LtAeadn Cnw-
l AIM /w.I.A.A |Als.w. month la a tery M.muri.l nU will a -.., ".w.t..p..t view .f the r "IIIr; ducted by H.e AV .tMu.a C .b a*
DN. . Hall Maaawa aa they maka. Glamorous Altamease RobUwD: 7 pm KrtaVajr av.aism M thrbaiiel J
weIlrls.e, |Mta the Paat." a c r r.'f 'Jnt t'r 'loU*. Fa h- l of the Range tuna..
1 Tn" -.... behlnd.tb.stlea.' lon tta 19! 0.w Miss Robinson has Hc ne. r.Mii*log this srv.ca UK
'a b.4M. v.w a llmpo. af Negro modeled locally: and is a Dt.W b dy w.11 be taken .. h: r*. j
".I-''"> in It a flew haor, ..Ltman dence and rrrnain until t'ir n. ui J (Ir
: M. -- ,. ... TOM. Mssaslns! ,. unu. r,..... -of euw: .
<..tiii l ", aactlaM two .f thl. ......' i at the Range Fun.eM H*...*.- be'
....r gJnouu at 1 pan fV 4ay
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TALLAHASSEESITIN
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ASSAULT ry : CASE

("h.Uaa (W1I Term Four tilv
rIng "f'Ftw-t accused of ,, HEADED FORSUPREME
.* n* a x'*I i. girt m a wcludedr
: ,c*" 'ne" were entenced COURT
Air 'h,. eteq*rt'halr
Tallahassee CunH Judge
An -" V Crt fnal Court
b'r. d"H,ul thre hours af- Den WiiUs t day upfee.4 tne 'oa.. I
-... .. ar'l' tr'al Under Tene vicUoiu of eight Negroes ana f.*
wlUe collate studeaMs M ettarfe
"* -e aw a lure
may pass sen- .
., "ftLwver of disturbing tide power byr st..
far the four "uthsin Ing lDt1r&rluon d.muu.tr.t"nat '
Florida and MiMippI! Hcmetowner betas con n'i i ...,...,t..t" notice of anoeal j !b I store luficb r ua.... .

gratulated by Me harry Medical College School of Medicine 110 sth. Neeroet. James Wood r A1 wart sMaa1 W> car> saws

Dean, Dr D. T. Rolfe. for exemplifying academic 17 .and*>efcf FmMfe separately WHUama.and will If.WT befrM of 1300 or titaar serve M autetk tay. M |anfotiowiog inTallhww

excellence were given merited recognition at 1IehanrlopenlnK later.Tb City Caaart teat
convocation. Copping top awards were, left to victim a 17-,"r-W' naMv --
right Junior medical student Earl Taylor T'adUon. Fla; r-f Twenty.N1n Palms Cal I WMe.
was v<*ftin* ..re1Hve here when LoYer' Bernice Green .la *a- Attorneys f r sat-ai tf.saMrators -
Mae Alexander Miami
Junior nursing student Willie .h* attack occurred. other Miami lass seeking the covered ,
Fla.; Junior medical I student Ira D. Thompson. Cleveland, The def Mants were Wilson cr sao of -Mi.M Fasakxi- hove iniaa sa1 they
WfUiaar tIT Robert Parks 21.Janres etta 1MODaoring' will -feikr I will aWampt to .anry UM (ease all
Miss. and Senior dental student Van Rudolph Robinson
,
; E Cunningham, 22. and the fashion show at Bayfrnnt I the way k the U S .PtTtfl-
MiamL J C Kelley, 17 s Park Auditorium Nov /. Court



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PAGE 6 SATURDAY. OCTOBER 29, 1960 I BrowardCounty We Have It

I PHIL AND WINE'S


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Nov. National Election .r NORTHSIDE 1486 N.W.FOOD 71t STORE St.

Tie CWH Chamber f C stn-
To date indications are that I cr:. n ,. 41U met Monday m htl
a the Negro rote) Is one yet To MRA FILM ON h 31 l All members"" are asked
-< -,noel and on time. ".
be courted' not countedrwas: the

conclusion. of a Report on the LIFE OF MRS. '"p"' At I A. .egi'tored v *ers are asked JUST CALL CE 53057ARCHIE'S
of theNegro
Snlflcance
Sttatecx .
and
to the poils on Nov 8
Vote in the 1960 National I n i' esAdidets.Tae .
favorite
Election issued this creek by the BETHUNEPREMIERED r t. for your_
Non-Partisan Crusade to McMkze -
rowsrd
Service
b SowU $ Profreave Hosiery
Voters.
Negro cub is plan*n c a prc-
The Non-P rtian Crusade, T:. nklC1v SaL on Nov 23. J. it'. a pleasure to serve you
chaired by A. Phillip Rand t*, NEW YORK A capa president of the Brotherhood of audience' that included ember For the best in hair weeve ..,er, sceretary.
Sleeping Car Porters and a national of United Nations delegates and visit call the Modernistic 92'
or $1.29 Hosiery
vice president of the some Hollywood tan who flew Hair The Iieautrc.aof. HeUyo'xl -
AFLrCIO. has been conductinga here especially for the event attended -, Beauty Salon. weev ""' and Hallanrfate are having
nation-wide Negro registration the world premiere of the covers bald spots, thickensand a Ha.lowwfi: Party at the h.me 14821 Fillmore St
and "Get-out-the-vote" cam Moral Re-Armament motion picture lengthens the hair and of Mrs FaMuc WilU fM m Opa Richmond

palcn for several month. the. The Warner Crawreng Theatre Experience"at here. ; the hair can be styled beau Locka You are cordially invited. Heights
yc
Members' of the committee .. tifully. The Butes Barber Steps are I
heading the Non-PartUan drive caused Walter Bowe,
Sundays.
Include leading Negro religious, Hand woven commercial on
c.Vx and p litical personalties hair can also be purchased Pr p. CliffordW BuUaN. taaa.ger Mu4oal by New Hope Baptist
Church of Hollywood tile Pearly
The Report estimates that by other technicians. the mffr! of Mt. Zf8 Gate
and The Church of God
more than 34 million Negroesare ANt Church would like to hank
registered with a potential 826 N.W. 3rd Ave. you for maltinf our Woman's Daya Choir at 3 pm the Sate Rally
vote of over 3tt millkn In ten FR 4.9944 success Mildred J.m.., tale with represeatati n of 50 states
states possessing 232 electral SALLIE COLLINS. Technician man Rev. )I. A W.ison pastor will be brought to a close. Please

votes It documents the mannerin ELMYRA E. FANNIN. Prop. plan Ie>> attend. Mrs. Ran Harvey -
which the Negro vote in past Tnc f )llowmc activities .'.ll be chairman of program Deacon
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elections hat been decisive and ,.' tt. Nv Macedonia Baptist J W Wilson president <1ujher
sets forth registration figures ('r;IrC'h.: 2201 W 48 i ave. Oct b ant Rev N H Phillip
fr m key eits that hare been
3d a* II am a Rad.':>-,ram >* pastor
received this jeer. JOIN THE NAACP!
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In commenting upon the Report
the Crusade chairman said, CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF
"All reports received to date
seem to inducate a recordbreaking NEED MONEY BEAUTY CULTURE"MOST
registration of potential Ne- A1. FOR THEHOLIDAYS
Il'OIen.. They further scan to *
show that substantial portion of e', ? MODERN IN THE BOUTM'

this potent! 111ft uncommitted -
It would seem therefore that $25 to $600 Fascinating. Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
the Negro vote is cna to be
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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA

Miami c 'I PHIL OSSOFER SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1960 PAGE 7

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By DAVE BONDUIT SAYS: Oklahoma Poet The poems range In length from

_. -- 1'10..1'1..1'1.._ the four-Une "Alone" to "Ari-
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Pent "SomethingTo zna and the City of Tuacon of
SEEMS that every week I This is a day of apparent contradictions more than 70 line.

am finding something to fuss : We.develop rapidly Remember"NEW Though this volume Is Mr.
bout I'm gonna f ol you this vn science for the betterment of ltas nond's first published col-
week. for there will be no com kJe, with wonderful e nvcn- YORKSomething to lection he has been a constant
plaint or griping just small items fences which our grandparents **
Remember a collection of mre contributor to publications Including
about people and places.' 'Aojld have considered miraculous. than eighty 'ocms by 77yearold "),1:dent American
Fir:U I've Just got to tell you CARMEN DOUBERCHAT. On the other hand we build Basil Calvin Hammond of Poetry. "American States"
this Ernie and R.bert manager of the Bannister Enterprise that can destroy life in "
Hayes weapons Muskogee' Oklan is published by Caravan. -Poetic Voice" and
Jackson are partners In and *, is a candidate for UtAKA' this scientifically! mature ag* Exposition Press of New Y rk. the Muskogee Independent H* ,
.
show November 4.
come
around the g If course. The other Carmen', nality. beauty and We preach" brotherhod in our (pre $3.00.) was a member of the sustaining :
day they had a round with charm should pen! place her in one of churches, yet dk-pute in wrath "Poetry." writes the veteran board ol Poetry World and his
Steve McHmurry and Cadillac the If the the right of dark skinned persons poet "is the power to see the poetry received< now rable men
Walter Ifj Ernie's hit and he Time top last spots.week you you'll dug know to enter these churches. We world and things as they are-la tion by the National Poetry
lays into a long one On the No. what I mean wrangle because a man of a certain reality, in truth beautiful or ugly Center.He .
0. Steve called him "Matt DUI rHiftous background seeks -yet dress them so they are nott was born in Ottrnrill,
n." Next up Is Robert Jockson ED COOK, popular disc jockey to become the precedent of this o hard on the eye." I. Missouri and grew up on a farm.
and he lamb into one which takes off f r Nau trim weekend dent cracy.Thus. "Something to Remember lieI.It a member of the Int4."ma.UJiftal
was a heihiva shot, so the Cats Yours Truly ..x.ill do the Sunday in both science and religion richly fulfills. the promise of ),Ire Mark Twain Society and
cab him -Cheater" So all of you show over WFEC in Ed's: absence. I we vocalize in idealisms Hammond's perceptive definition. The Eugene Field Society
golfers beware of Matt Dillon while our actions lead us towards
and Chester 'cuase their guns the devil's kingdom In the cen- .
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are loaded and they are fun of DEAR DAVE: There are two tame to come" this age of contradictions I -- ---
ammunition. men interested in me. and I am will be regarded as F
also Interested in them. One to the hour before dawn. when It

ANOTHER FIRST for Miami! ten years my senior and the other .U dankest yet when the new daybed
Moses Sons former driver- ts 2 year my Jut r. Whichone to shed its light
salesman for Carting Black LabelIs l do ou think would make This. *+ Armaggvdon. if we but YS
now the first Negro talc* rev the better hufeand!-Disturbed. ;UThis is the death struggleof c

for Kuman and Co. They handleh Dear DbiuH: I believe it'sup the old the traditional, the / ,'- .
motel and barsurges. contradict*; fighting Its final
tel restaurant
to to decide since
you you battle the farces of
Our rats off to Mose for know both of them aaaint tiny I
personally >u-tce and unity, wh are not
bAa endeavor to Wt a
us up You .
must ho.t".f'i.' the
unlike the small bands of the
little higher. Whenever a first situation carefully! not ed I
aec -
Israelite the
They, too with
I
occurs: it's another step krA"Udbeit.r
lag to but the
ate according to
"
hekr of God overcame the larger
and
understanding pro- per nakty. work. attitude, force of ewE
grew toward much better paying kmdne. ability& to get along As I
promiced by Jesus the
J to for oar people Help
witfi others and cnn*>atifeilit> '
battle will: be won. But. ate StH
,
him all you can, and do not binder with you I am ",IAI. in otherwords '
truth. let stand
Our deep reaped and gratitude recofnite us up
that
", if you feel that the
t r it It ,is only in this way that
Moe fore know he
to
who 10
one
i* senior
years
your
we can end the reign- of contra.d -
will do a good Job and .Seri further can offer you love happiness, and
: : and bring in that era of
hissuccess.
fw the
jobs Negroes bjr ecurit and
gyp,
age truth and onrnevs<< \ as promised by
don not IMMH' The same goes
Cud (rum the immemorial.
,
f r the fellow who to. two yean
fIn
..ATTENTION all George Kirby your junior Think all of thee -- -

fans:: He is out of the can (Halfwrd your things chcote cawfuUy before making New WFEC ScheduleMONDAY
). Ge rge was busted by ex- Atjl }
cup Arrtwe Langiord and was THRU FRIDAY
That doe it for thl"f'tI'k T.llthe :
sentenced to three years at hard --
next Live Life
Every Golden
labor. That a million dollar
Minute of II Peace ++
643 ,
tnSign on
worth of talent gone to pt. 4
730) am -Sfirwktfig Sports k4 yIsIr
MY FRIEND Irma went to
NaMud. again Oh. lima? That's Looking: for a PAD? 1:36 sin -GoH>el Blind Boy
Louise* Martini, Bonded CoHrc- 8.IS: aft' -t4 cal Church Frv8e

ion Agency cutie. who u n. reJa. Slick Chicks or Big; Dad ) am -Gimped) UMnd Boy
Unto Dean Martin Any. 1&10 ago Blanche Calloway
Ilu an-Rd Cook Show 4
Nat- No Squares 3:00: p m -Hxmy Kxprr: l

about Bruce and Coke. Some TJ the DJ>)>
leuple go for the peas and rice CATS, but positively $::00 pjn.-SfMMiking < f Sports I i U+. S
but m> riend. Irma digs bruce NO BRATS Jug Walker) A.
and Cuke. (Bruce is a native 5-:81: pm -. ..+nny Ex4+ress
dish that u excellent with Coca $:14 pjn -Jim r..-.d and N -*.sao
C la. $: fjjS4jm OftSATURDAY ,

We'll deal with a wheel Fine Whiskey. .

PRETTY GIRL *f th* W*.k: I 6.U pro -Wtn on
Deiorc; Colic (wife of Joe Coffee Bring Bread fi uIri5uai l (Louise Orlf. FLEISCHMANN'Sis
of the Miami Ma run* ,
PETTY BOY of the Week 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.'>' It nn--l.nckc CaUoway rrtI I
John Harris SHU Bar *ea>(*
( Rep) i
MAN BOUT TOWN. Jack I 3.: Cort>itt (manager of the R yal S> pm SMBR off ,
Bahama). SUNDAYI
TEACilBR of the Week: Fletcher I I a m --ftttfn onSpirituai

PasofeaiIOUCX&IAN. FOR RENTIN Joe Walker) 90 PROOF is !
uf the Week' : 1 12 nn Kd C* k Show why ;
Amos Jenkins' Metro .
5:JO pm .sJ&n off
PUBLIC SBKVANTthe PERRINE
LATEST RADAR
Week Julius Wilson (Sofeool I WEATIO31
Boy: ) at MI B HALT HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY THE FlC'tCHUANN' DlftflkMNQ COPO.A'ION, NEW YORK CITY
I iI I
2-BEDKOOM DUPLEX
DOG LOVERS can let I
'S JINtf'Jlfltll-
Iir'SN.l"'JJ1mrs
your money ready, cause the HOME. BUILT-IN OVEN
Flaghr Dog Track x.ill be open
on Oct. 29 -which. is tomorrow AND RANGE WELCOME TO
ni fet I have Dims informed tsw
Marshall Parsons publicity direct THE
r fur the track that this 10372 SW 173rd St.
year thing will be better in entertainment
and it will be more PERRINE
attractive I have never had the ROYAL BAHAMA
time to see a dog race!, but I'llbe .
there this opening night and
I'm gonna bet $10 on a 38 Cal1D&HConstruction

tfjuoiella That w my age. Mayme 519 PEMBROKE ROAD
.** Ioh. i. gonna bet the same on Co. CLUB
2-%. (She swears that's her age) HALLANDALE. FLORIDA
The only thing I ever won worth "w

winning was my wife, and 111. I HI 8-1119 FRI., SAT., SUN., OCTOBER 28 29 30
never knsw how that happened

She' good at picking the dogs YOUR EMCEE .
you can toil What bj taking a
took at me PAPA TREE TOP Popular Blua Sinter

"ROSIE"

Co. Exotic Fire Dancer Direct From Nassau (th. Isle of Pink Pearls)
I ABC Mortgage

WILLIE LEE MACK

703 Scybold Building FR 1-1493 Former King O' Heart Sultry Sin I.'

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Second
First and Mortgage

The Sensational "Missolettt"
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A Recording Group "'Untouchable"VANILLA

' No Inspection Fe. "Shake Supreme" WILLIAMS-Body Beautful

Cambln all your debts Into ono use paid mortgage Music played by the Swinging Jimmy Hines Band

Phone FR 1-t4l>-Our repre.antatlve will call a* y.u Admission 50 Cents Table Reservation WA 2-9398

ImmtdUtolyFr Jackie Corbitt, ManagerWe

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.- Florida now b:'.sts of over candidate. Remember, talk will
4 SATURDAY* octOBfcfc 29, i960wff 2.000.000 voters. Registration Injhe n t elect him. If you want him
I JUST BROWSIN'By ten largest counties are as to win. vote for hkn.

PAUL HENRY follows:
Dade 407.868; Pinellas 189.065; In Albany N.Y.. the Rev
-=- --- Duval 158.995; Hilkfcorough>> Frederick Core Of Elmira now
more
** >* The American Legion 150.000. Droward 142,000; Pan 82. cent '. license to
eM m than 50,000, invaded Miami last Beach 101.344; Orange 83456; the State Motor Vehicle Bureau
annual -
trek held their convention with a letter telling them he
l time, P ik 74,828; Eacambia 63.013, re*
paraded had a good and VolusU 60,909. allies he *:t> uld not be drivingany !
estimated
and left ur city It is There are 1.357,568 Demo- longer He sold his car. Th

Main Office at 6740 N.W. Uth AYlnu.-Phono OX 10421 that The they 40 and spent 8, over a branch$3.000.000.of the crats. 276,590 Republican, Mid Rev.for 45 centlefllaA years, had had never beefi driYmf brokena

Branch at 1112- N.W. Third Ave, Miami, Florida-Phont FR S22SI Lvgion! Again refuted to admit 17.Duval 586 Independents.has the largest t Metro law and had never been been<

SUBSCRIPTION RATES Negroes to memberrhip. registration 10,666; Dade, 27689. in an accident, said the bureau
More\. than 1,200 Legionalres
ONE YEAR V446 SIX MONTHS 12.7S THREE MONTHS $ ..7.7 \ went to Nassau by two cruise The total Nctzro voters list as of
prig I960, was 163128. The paving of 13th av*. in Liberty -
--- -- and by plane.
:. .ui MUNO" RttVtS Editor, shoe The above figures are for 89f will i It ting alonft nlcei b
n. .n f Mr-vr.. Mtni;.ng Editor and Buslneta'Managtrf Metro Commission has increased the 7 counties in the stare. and add much to the ap*
;earance of this business centet
--- ---- of State Attorney
- the salary
\f..mt r th. .\-.riAtl'd 1Cf'CI'O! Press Richard Gerstein from Time is jetting! rfv rt for election fr m 62nd to 70th Its Rumor hat
'\1..1..,t ..r 'h.. ,ath.aal. p".trtper lut>IUher" Aa xUllon $12,000 a The November 8 is the date it that No. 21 buses: will run on
M.500 to year.
.. 15* Instead of 14th ave.
unprecedentedvote
for an
the officer $10,500 Let us; hope
......11 a- s..i t..,.. \.'.I"f. 1ugu1 0. 197. at the rn-c Offlrr state pays $22.500 an- on that day. Senator Rennely -
at >li i in Ki..,..... under Hi "..t u! Mmrh. fi. 1N7A making his salary seems to be the popular This week at Miami Beach.
I nually Postmaster GeHeral Arthur
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", / ?-- '>6. <<>*<''5i*'S* 0 I Summerfield attended toe convention .
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK of the National Associa-
i 1 t- U n of Postmasters. The postmaster .
. !.at week Ye Editor attended the 1960 Clergy Con- H MIDWAY believes postage rate wJl
i...tftce of the Episcopal Church of the Diocese of South fi"1Jl" be increaed.

Flo-rida'thl' Ht. Ilex. Henry I. Louttit, D.D.. IU hop. The I I II business
POULTRYUNDER Otter
t inference wan hold at ramp'ingm.ann, Avon Park, II FISH AND meeting at Miami Beach associations inrlhde

Monday thru Thursday.The NEW MANAGEMENT the Automotive Engine Rebuilders -
leader of the conference was the Kev. Robert C. I I Association and the Biscu.t

Martin Jr.. administrator of the Advance Adult Education I Com In and Get AcquaintedWe and Crackers Dlstrbultors.

; Program of the Department of Christian Education specialize in fresh fish daily A foundaU n for a joint fed-

"f the National Council, assisted! by the Kev. Martin. +! ; FAST COURTEOUS SERVICE II eral-sUte-local commission ttdeal >

The K.'\". Dr. Joseph) Moore, executive director of CONCH AND TURTLE MEAT : with long range Cuban refugee
the Division of Research and Field Study of the Nation- problem was formed in
,
Fresh Fish at AH Times i Washington n Monday GOY
I Council) was an interesting speaker on Monday even II' LeRoy Collins and representatives '

And All Kinds I II
ing. from Dade C unty met at
The I lecturer the Hev. Dr. Massey 11. Shepherd Jr., an I I I Glv-s us a trial you'llns pleased you did the White House with Precedentii.itnh'Mw's
iiUtUmli ')! scholar in the field of liturgies and a leaderi assistant for Inter-

the Liturpal Movement, must have been an inspiration : 2230 N.W. 62nd Street OX 18269FORRENT I department aid to help affairs 32,500 pe seeking pie who U S

t ti i tile 186 clergyman present. It was certainly a privilege ..:,............. ... .....................................<.............>>.<.. ...........,...,>....>.>>>........>; v>I>I fled; from Cairo's Communist
. d a pleasure to listen to him. -- ... n>ilme

I

BUS STRIKE CONTINUESThe I. The Supreme Court of the U s
has ordered: a Philadelphia court
Metro Commission on Tuesday' agreed to pur- i to Tee nsider a decision tha

. l.ajff the Miami! Transit Co. for the sum of 4358377. reading the Bible and reciting

'I I he commiwiun also took steps to purchase three other WITH OPTION TO BUY 1Lord'schools, prayer violates In the Pennsylvania U. S-

I Llf' linen owned l by William D. Paw ey. Metro expects to Constitution. 0 "

, ve is: l u.!'es on the run by February. The Transit Co.i Six Beautiful New Homes in The court' ako agreed' that tcvntjei <

I the largest bus line in Dade County. The bus driven I NAACP to comply with

..> ,'*t on strike 2l days ago and they are still out. Thev RICHMOND HEIGHTSMOVE 1924 state* to I lar*Ale requiring membership organization

have In-en asking, 15 to 20 cents an hour increase In sal- lists would violate the Cn..titulon' -

.> ; the company offered four cents an hour increase. guarantees of free spew*
The strike has hurt business and has caused much in- RIGHT IN and law awmbly and due process" of

I iinxeniem t''I( vcially to working .
poor people.
3-bedrooms, crportestorage shed, built-i t oven and
For three or four days the buses were operated free. The National Boxing mss
I 1", ct when drivers were given tips! the management withiirrw range tion has taken away Arcfcw
the buses.Drivers .- Mo re's ;light heavyweight title
Archie's manager, Doc Kearn*
then used! their private cars to convey people bedrooms, full garage, large Florida room, built- says; That's a fault It mnnott.rv .>
lu their job, jitneys upped their price from 20 cents to in oven and range, landscaped lots : ;, ink are lost in the ring
-:. roosts and the public made out, and is still making out

the beet they can. -+- In Orlando
Morgan Price aft'Utlve
The commijwion has suggested arbitration to settle Buy where part of your weekly I payments will applyon vice preheat of Centfca.
to I ih<'arbitrate.fttrike. but at this writing the company has not agreed your purchase of that home Trust$50,000.Co.. U rip tied missing, sow


13800 13810 13820 13830, Van Buren St.

JUDGE BECKHAM DIES 13711, 13721 Jackson Street In Leon Cwnt,. David Pop
hi been
Appointed
as deputy
Walter II. Heckham. judge of the Juvenile and Do HOMES OPEN SAT. AND SUN. .ner.H ha.e It u-vn's the first time a Negro -

mestic Relation Court for the past 27 years, died on Ute ftAenlf's regularly department.assignedto Pope

Monday at the age of 73. call D & H 11 a .raluate of FAMU
or
Services were held on Wednesday Trinity Method
,i-i Church.

HI 8-1119 for anpomtmentpaigns. ; Its been suggested U> nw its
*** .eopje believe they can
POLITICALLY SPEAKINGThe ont> vote for the candidate ..
spur
Party This a net so in the
presidential campaign is drawing --- -- coming election.<
to. close. - --- When a prewa -

November 8 if the day we will go to the polls and exer- who M-riously considers election issues<< in the light dent t be elected, you can
d IM? our right of assisting in the election vote for either candidate. Demo-
f'-r the of a man who of his responsibility not only as a citizen but a+ a Christian pcratic or Republican. You can
four
next years will occupy one of the most im citizen. The Church has never spoken in politics with vote for either ticket
portant l jKwitions, not only in the United States, but in
the whole the voice of authority from the pulpit. She has spoken in
world. This
is
to perform let's a very important duty we have many ways, in many voices, with the words of her individual
not fail to perform it. The eyes of the members.
world! are upon us.
There are two In the election year of 1960. churchmen, and all 1 if' .
outstanding
tine. candidates we must chose men, have perhaps a greater responsibility than ever before i :

to use their God-given freedom to govern themselves
\\
1+ are acquainted, or we should be, with the two wl '
platform' -"ly. In today's complex world no decision can be l
which \
:
I Editor
( sees little difference. We
seen anti heard both have wholly right or wholly wrong, but the Christian voter
candidates
on television, some of has a unique per.pective to guide him in whatever decisions
have
UK seen them in
pt i l14on. It is our opinion that most
Ilt'o.tltlu&e he may make He: can rely upon the experience of
already made
up their minds about who the Church to him
ilu-y will vote for. help appraise many election issues and

We, too have made platforms, and then choose the candidate he feels is the
up our mind. We have
" always best one for the job.
supported the Democrats.
We see no good reason for a
hUHjh'"t' are Aupporting Senator John F. Kennedy. What can the Christian citizen do to see that the

Dade County has :27.100 Negroes registered. Should outcome of November's election is for the common good ?

have more, but if we can get :20.000 of these to cast their His first and most important duty. is. of course, to vote,

ote OM November 8, we will be doing a biff job. and to vote intelligently. 1960 Election Issues That Make No TV Nt la ever "wa.ied

Vote November 8. there are still many people A.orJd of Difference gives six areas of national international up." SOOTIN'S TV, 321 NW 3rd
Ave.
who do not have this privilege. Let us who have it, use it and human concern in which the voter should I formanct can put into new any Ills..t.and when par-

"A voteltnw i people is a hopeless people." be informed and makes several practical suggestions for YOUR Mt acta up, call FR 3. ISatPAGE ,

action : 1) Form a group in your home or church to dis

Church)'!', a religious magazine, in its October cuss the issues : and help develop informed public opin

i&Mie gives some worthwhile political information for ion, using available channels of communication ; 3)) judge

Chrttian. Under the caption. "A Christian Citizen Votes candidates by what they do, not by appearance, slogans,

And Vote Intelligently." it says : or church affiliation ; 4)) help "get out the vote"cam II

paigns ; 5) take part in political life for the
The Church enters political life with the actions of choice : 6) pray for all candidates and voters.party of your

every informed and responsible layman who goes to the This may prove useful to some of us when
polls and votes, who takes some part in political cam- the polls November 8. we go to



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Siamese Twins Born ---------------------- -------------- --- n
i Breakfast Dance I.
I' GI.e your NERVES the much needed treatment
At Sir John
RELAX Evening at the FabulousAfroAmerican
In Mississippi Knight Beat

TM Sunday night October SO BarYou
the Sir John Knight Beat Supper
JACKSON, Miss.
NNP
(
) -
SHELL'S MEET Cub! will be the scene for a iris
Siamese twins, born two weeks
liaR we'ea! Ball and Breakfast will find the ATMOSPHERE Pleasantly
ag at University Medical
center
WITH HUMAN Dance. Prizes are to be f hren for ***. '
still alive last
here
were the! best sturoes and judged by Congenial
week but reported In critical DIGNITYCOMMITTEE I
the audience Music will be fur-
condition. ni Mod bY two bands for con- 719 N.W. 62nd Street
University Hospital spokesmensaid tfmnnn! danclnt by Ore Sir John
Sunday the night.twins were born last The Ion; drawn ut boycott ofShell's Jazz stars and by Sammy Am- ,,,,,,,,,,,,, ,,..........u.." '_II 11 .........'''......11'..__
bro e Calypso Gr "Fit-
City Store over Its segregated up.
below the
They are joined Wilson! comedy star, will be I
restaurant got a step nearer -
and haw single trunk.
arms a
babiesb to a solution when the Com- mater of ceremonies and pro-
Combined-weight of the :
vk- the laughs iwlth his side-
hittee on Human Dignity and FoASA
pHtting! stories. ,
and one-half ounces.A the Shell's City manager met ata
spokesman said UMC physicians round table' c nfrrence rpon- Tables are free and admission:
do not believe the babiescan sored by Radio Station WFEC. i Is $I.>> but a free drink "on theh
be separated successfully. The enure diicuuton>> betweenthe uew (value! 83c) Is given with
They were delivered by caesarean committee and Shells City each ticket Festivities! et underway For a few dollars more weeklyyou
section and have been in will be aired over WFEC on Saturday at 10 p-n. and will go on live
an incubator since birth. Theyare afternoon at 430 p.m. and until) 3 o'clock in the morning. can
being tube fed. repeated' Sunday aftern on at This U the one- night of the year In this new luxurious home
4:30 pjn. when anything goes and it's o-
Owens Daughter Those ttinj part and who will In j to happen at the Knight 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS
bo heard ever the air are the Beat this Sundae night. Make It
Ohio State Queen Rev Edward T Graham, chairman i o nt to Jon! the fun when the Wood Floors Enclosed GarageOPEN
of the eor .n.ttee on Human 'r!." let their hair down at
Honored as h nwcominf queenat Dgnit! ); Father Theodore Gibson, the Ha'UntT'en: Ball and Breaks SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
Ohio State University last ;ore !dent of the Miami NAACPand hit Dance. i I I Models:
week was Marlene Been, 21, A. D M ore chairman of
ctajgnter of Olympic! track star the Miami CORE. Representing - - I
Jesse Ow u. Miss Owens, from Shell's City' will be George Mc- "Fashionetta"November i Corner Boggs Drive & Monroe St.
Cn.c iege of commerce: majoring In and general manager of the store HARMAR INC.
s cia) work.Heroines. !n.nTumf'r.: president of 4, 1960 j jOaront I ,
WFEC served as moderator D. CE 5-424G
I I Ora Taylor, Agent
The Shell City: boycott and Park Auditorium
of Jericho p;ketinf wa, inttitu'.ed by CORK I I .." __
Have AnniversaryS following the arrest f II CORE y- -: -- -
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member during a m-ta demon-
G. 1..&*,. assistant managerof strat.on in July
the district of the Afro-Amert. This interesting disc* sor:
can Insurance Co. a graduate of should be heard by alt so that Xiiw @f Irartii ffiluli I 1
juoreoouse and a 32 ma on. will be the principal involved from the pr pie responsible *'
at raker at the Past Most An. for the protest Tunen
c rat Matron Council's fourth : at 1220 on your radio dial for 6000 N. W. 7th Avenue
aniverary The Light of the the Saturday and: Sunday broadcasts
South N IS. Heroines of Jerlchu. at 430 p.m WFEC undcrt -
Oct 30. 4 until at Ml NW ok to br.nl the 'so parties to. NEW FALL REVUE
jrd aye. tether' as a community: service.

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Conlest.llls"1
By RUTH N. POLITE

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UN1TKD NATIONS DAY October passion and ftrejudice, power and ..
24. This was the 15th celebration I revenge, all speak to me and !
of world wide organization through them. I am a fftord, two- )
Within the fifteen year per eded J am saddened because so
iod, we have seen' the UN become many neglect t speak to me. So 1 ,
the conscience of the iw rid many good people, church people, i rv _,y
courageous and decisive when club people, forget me They pass
the nations use it faithfully and me Buying: "0, there are others,
Miss nOR Marie
fully falling of effectiveness when and what I say will not go far Stewsr
nations bypass it. anyh w besides It is only daughter of Mr and Mrs, &mu,1 -
'dirty politics'. I am saddened Stewart, age 17 Selected as
Technical cooperation is given because I want to a eak the Miss Varsity N at Northwestern
by the UN t, such agencies as truth and righteousness and Miss Delorcs: Hayes, age 13 is Little Gloria "Peaches" Wrightis Hl.h School. She i* a member
World Health OrganizationWHO goodness but how can' I, when an 8th grade student at Bo'4cer a "Little MU Fisshlon tt.a" f the chorus journalist staff
( ). Food and Agriculture truth, righteousness and goodness T Wa hington High School. She c ntestant for the AKA Sorority Dramatics Club, and Varsity N
Organization (FAC), UNESCO, are n:. spoken to me? I am ts a contestant for "Miss Junior fashion show that comes oU Nov. Club. She is narrator for "M ,_,
and the United Nations Bureauof your enemy, your friend. your Fashionetta" 4 at Bay front Park Auditorium.U' Junior Fashlonetta, I960."

Social Affairs master, your servant I am your
love of G-d and
patriotism, your
Of significant importance is
the United Nations Children Fund country Q am your character, ORANGE BLOSSOM
will! I
destiny as
your you
which reaches out t aid more
than 55 million children and am the BALLOT BOXI"NOVEMBER p CLASSIC TICKETS
mothers in 106 countries and terlioriel -

on four continents As 8th is VOTING .
public spirited citizens now is TIME. Please vote. The big UMJCS .. .
the time to demonstrate Reserved Seats
your
facing the nat* n are (1)
faith in and stsgort for the Weatocninj World Prestige (2)) r\ $3.00 and $2.00
United Nations. Your demonstration The Need For More Schools And :
of your belief in the UN can Teachers; (3) Lack of Housing .
i ir
A
have an impact whether you act and Slum Clearance: (4) Unom- Tickets deposited on may beheld
a* an individual r u a member pio3 Tent and Poverty (5) Inadequate itf 7 day
nf a group. ForeUn Aid; (6) The .
tale Mt sire Gap (7) Aid For The
Off to the Home Economics Aged; (8) The Need For More s After Dec. 3 all ticket will
Conference at Dethune Doctor (9) The People Vs.
; be told on a cash and pick
were Mist Eriina Scavella and
Spinal Interest Group
Mesdames Hattie Evans, Mary ( up basis only
Lou Belcher. Thomas, and Maud
.
K. Reid, coordmat r of vocational THE ELECTORAL COLLEGE.
homemaking in Dade. Mrs. When you go t.. the polls Nov. 8 Came times Dec. 10
Reid was one of the main speak to choose a now IllESIDENT. e 8:30
erg you will NOT be voting for ,. k p.m.
JOHN IF KENNEDY or 'RICH Orange Bowl Stadium

A NOBLE GESTURE The men ARD M. NIXON! Y u Mill be .
of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church honored voting instead for a group of men
the w men of the church known as ELECTORS. Under the TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT

when they staged an appreciation Constitution the electors have NORTH'S
hour for them Oct 9 ThU the job A actually choosing the
affair wa. especially designed to President TRAVEL BUREAU
thank those who took pan In the The names of Kennedy and 1
recent Women's Day Celebration.; Nixon may not even appear on 1104 NW 3rd AvenueFR
Henry J Banks was rep nsible some ballots or voting machines.
for the array of refreshments. Instead the ball t for Presidentmay 9.6779 FR 3-9367
Charles Sands arranged the pro- tinvlj ay OIJMnocraUcPlrctor"
gram. Featured s Dist was Mrs. or Republican elector" Remember the beat eats 0o / rt
Berth Sharp JUckson.FABUXXJUS -with, perhaps Kennedy's or
Nixon's name indicated parenthetically

J. F. DEAL STUDIO
RINKEYDINKS By pzx.r: drrr.zr.i: H=:.k
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Mrs. Francena Patrick second Each state is entitled to as I Phone FR 4-3034
Dallard and Oc (abuxtu: : M.d-
vice president was the gay hose many electors as it has Senatorsand "Fashionetta"November
307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
tees to the group in her palatial Representative in C o- nlghten foa'jr.nj U > Oav.
home located in Delray Beach IR'M. This year, with 100 Senators with Hank M re and hand woo' Wt and enlarge picture of
After the meeting invited guests and 437 Repretentative. the be the tar 'traction at the 4, 1960 copy
I tired the group around the Electoral College will number I your loved ones at half price. We
Harlem Squaii- Club Ballroom.:
wirnmlnx pool for fun. 637 make all kinds of pictures.DON'T .
Heartfelt Sympathy te extended Under the Constitution an Sunday nigh Nuv 13. The Bayfront Park Auditorium
to the familic* of Mrs Charlotte elector *. free to vote for anyonehe dance and show package IS t on-
Taylor. Mrs Jessie Mae ch o e*. But in practice, all cored b) tw Colored I*"lice
Home, and Burnette H. Dullard the electors of a state traditionally Benevolent Akociatum. 3SteS }jyBMKiyS8UBUSy Jt'B:
vote for the candidate nominated -
their It u .uig* H d that you make
by party's convention -
HAPPY BIRTHDAY: L. V ,, your table+ reservation early asa BUY A TSHELL'S
Timmoiu and CJe0 Moore. Oct. The Constitution requires' that sellout, cr wd w aatictfMitcxi
20; Mable Wright Oct. 22: Sara the elect ral vote of a state be Among the Midtuffhters' fabulous -
Sc tt She Aart, Doretha Payne, cast in a block. Thus If more rrcordma are "Ann.e Had MARKETThe
Barbara H pburn. Oct. 23; An- people vote for Republican electors a Baby," "fag<' r Ptt.1MD'" Time"
nabella Harris Ella in and -KtRX-A-Ltnc-A T h e
Wychv, a state than fer Democrats -
Chandler Childs. Willie J electors. the Republicans "grotip't. ll"IWnoart' of popular management of Shell's City refuse to serve
Bright Thomasena Walker Bernice win ALL that state' electoral R I songs u among the snot s tight Negroes at its lunch counter.
Paulk, Robert Squire Jr., v h.*. after m the c '1RW)'. So handsome -
Gertrude Simons John E. Cub are the boy in both ,",,\1.1.1I On Wednesday, August 17 the of this store
manager
leer II, Paula Williims, Oct 24; This System was devised at the t, that the song and band stylists i
Oscar J Edward Jr. Sallre Constitutional Convention in ( combine a combination that' had 18 White and Negro customer arrested simply

Drown N. C Coney Hattie 1787 Its purpose was to protect i I widely heralded as the bobbysoxer because they asked for service. This could have been
Aaron. Oct. 23; Leo Adder" ) Jr. the punter of the individual delight AdmiMKn prices
Laura C. O'Bryant. Oct. 26; Samuel states and to check against what I are: Advance $1.3ft and $1.50 at one of your family-or you.
Stewart Jr. Lois Sweeting, the Funding Fathers feared I the door. I
Amelia Ann Jones Sadie B ch- might be the excesses at majority I To buy in this tore mean the endorsement of racial
am. Oct. 27.; Winifred Cox Becham. rule. The system has survived I I discrimination.
D ru Irfwrhlia. Bessie: vver sine, riwwvte mre thin j MAIDSNEW
White. Oct. 28.THOUGHT 100 attempts in Congress to reform WE URGE THAT:
or abolish It. YORK CITY AND
FOR THE WEEK: SUBURBS 1. SHELL'S CITY SERVE EVERYONE AT ALL
If things are ever" to move Up COUNTERS
ward, aunwone must be ready to $90.00 Down Th... aalaries are nOw available:
take the first step and assume No experience $30 week I I 2. SHELL'S CITY ENDS ITS POLICY OF RACIAL

the risk of it.-William Jamw Richmond Heights I months experience 13540 : DISCRIMINATION IN EMPLOYMENT '

'week I

THE BALLOT BOX SOLILO- Move right in. No qualifying I 1 year experience' $n. 10 HOW CAN YOU HELP?

QUIZES.: "I am used regularly 11615 11625 Pinkston Dr. week
and often. 1 hold the fate of men 1. Do not buy from Shell' City until the above conditions I
2
year or more experience
and
nations in
my hands. I amused Key next door-HI 4-9831 are met.
and misused and neglected $55 60 week I
but I am dumb. When I speak I 2. Write to the manager Mr. George McKelvey
am like a chonojrap: I repeat Plus free room and board. TV-

only what has been put within $90.00 Down guaranteed fair and honest deal. I Shell's City
me. I am aays sure of an audience Live In 5941 N.W. I
a friendly home. Writ to 7th Avenue
Broker atop in the mad I
whirl of the Stock Exchange; Richmond Height u* giving your name and address; Miami

WU fit waits with bated breath Move right in. No qualifying also name and phone number of I and tell* him you proteat these discriminatory
to hear what I repeat. I am relayed your references Tkket tent at : policies..
by the spark of the wireless Three bedroom, IVt bath once. Writ today.

up and out. Kings takedown $115 month : DON'T BUY DISCRIMINATION
per
my m dictator WORLD WIDE AGENCY I
hear lire in silence. I maybe 13847 Jackson Street 1 North Central Ave. MIAMI CORE Congress of Racial Equality
the voice ft godliness. I maybe
Key nest door HI 4-9831 Har dal.. New York I
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA PACE 31 RATTLERS MEETS.


CAROLINA .<

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Tallahassee" A fifantk parade
P 4 11 featuring the famed
")lard\l 100" a pep rally of
"old grads" an akmml dance,
and a clash between the unbeaten -
Florida A and M Rattler and
the South Carolina State College
Dundegt will be among the highlights -
Tomorrow of Florida CJa.weekend
NightPOST %activities. scheduled' for Oct. :19. -

The Bulldogs from Oranftburc'
will be making their flat apearancr -
In this annual -Gateway
City" clas !r, having replaced' the
C Rattlers' bitter intrastate gridiron -
rivali Dethune-Cookman': &
rpunky Wildcata.: Ganxlvne will
be 8 pm. In this 01178 famed
TIME8:15PM Gator Bowl Stadium.A .
and M Journeyed' to Or nie.
burg in 1958 to meet South
Carolina State in the mini of
the present Rjttler-Bulldof series -
and won 26-8. and In Tallaha .
9ve last year the orange and
green clad Rattlers topped UM--
visitors 3412.
A special information center
for ut-of.town vtvitorc will beset
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up at the Clara White! 1CUsxin .-
: located at 611 Ashley St.

$ T CLASSIC FANS

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) GREYHOUND HOTELSHousing

lK"t"OI'nmodaUoru on
Miami Reach will ram, bt-
t ,. I RACING available to persons attending
the 1JXW Orange Dlr scvn Claaaleactn
to Charles C North chairman' o/
the one housing committee.
North, who I is the ownrr-man
j 0. LUXURIOUS alter of North'a Travel Bureau
1104 NW 3rd ave.. U (heading the
committee for the second consecutive
yr-r. crordmc to Dr
Tic -n 9. NEGRO George' W Gore Jr, classic commithre .
chairman and president of
I 11 rid A and M University I
classic' sponsor
I ACCOMMODATIONS The f'AMU Rattlers of Tallahassee -
annually meet one of the
: na on'l top football teatna p*
f Miami's famous Orange U t.1 l in
..err 3 ramie which tot the. past several -*
,., years has determined the national
Nfffo grid champion. The
Rattlers are always host at th*

j rr classic In addition to North. Dr Gore
EtAk: dial. wed' that the following' distinguished -
Miamlan are serving
on the housing cinmittee'
r.ddecr toom s.a.w.M Karl Ilishcipric., president DUhop
AM{. ddgMd Civil K wi < and Fielding Advertising Agency
C.dad twop. Juhan Cole, partner Venn
V.1.INq .., Cole and Associates Itiblic KeJa.
RESERVATIONS: buns and Dr Ira P Davis den-

HI 8-1711 tint All requests" for b&uslxvg on i
Miami ItHdJ vhould' be directed ,
to North.


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un I PAGE 8 SATURDAY, .OCTOBER 29, 1960

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By FRANCES t. At.wR c...t 01 U.N :.* liens
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CELEBRATE ANNIVERSARY Funeral service yen held Seats .1 Untx-" n I I
T.-.v Kegjlar Fellows Club Sunday. Oct. 11 a' 1 P en. from pet month! ire n < I' : OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
celebrated their 14ia anniversary Cornish Mem-* WS Zion able effective Sept i I IRdrnhinm' I I '
Saturday night. Oct. 22 at their church with Rev. t A.. Hooper I wU. j alter
c ub house. A large crowd offi.nOj .fT.ciaUn; Survivort are the, the nw tln.. 11 ih t: art an, I
! wa presetr. and enjoyed .-tow Aracvlia. we daughters, question please call ME 4.30U'1 AND SATURDAY
. wonderful evening. Mr. Sylvia! Inane of Key West I I Clifford Matthews Pres. I II FRIDAY
Roue.'veat Sands was the guest Inn Mr V ctorts Smith of Stan I Berthenia White, secretary I
.pecker. : n Va.. a son. Victor, two sisters I
foe t Mrs VrrneiJ Smith of Key
Lowing officers wtreelected WUIMBA PICTURES w ok
for the term of IP o-el: We.i Mr Victoria Russell of know these I
Preafetent, Robert Butler; vice Miami a brother. Alfonso a .Do you k GiNA
ares.dent, Cyril Fisher; recording' father Samuel Laurie J grand men?
..t Waiter Curry Sr.; financial. sec- ncvhoAt and cousins The Key Lart Known Address
I.-terry, Valgene Hayes; assistant, W t Undertaking Com;any bad Frank Wlllia Cosby ( D4i V10R
Bernard Ruoer..; treasurer An.c.1 charge of arrangecnents. 271 NW 10th St. B oN Di ,
1 Roberts; USL tant. Audky Albert Culbert or Cuthbert
Cash; business manager Floyd 1727 NW 68th St. t "t t
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' .niDtoai; reporter Walter Cur- James Lilly lit NW 9th St
t' Jr A! ntoer. are Shadrkh Clarence Jackson t
Ha.1. Leroy Summer, and FOR SALE I 1737 NW 3rd Ct. AN *'tsj f a f
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Earnest WilLam Lewis Thomas 2727 NW 46th St. ,
Hat. off t this very fine group John D. Mason \
.f y.u..f men May you continue A Going Business 2134 NW 3rd Ct. &i' :
u'l UK read to success.If WIllie Patterson ,
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Operation Terrific 918 NW 1 t Ave. TECHUCOLOR.TECHMRAMA
; everyone would light <_. n e Nathaniel Grady Ward 1 ki
, Unusual? Terrific Business I .
.tile eaiNlle, -what\ a bright world I I 1243 NW 72nd St.
.. WHIM be Then tho.e of us
Terrific If you know them they art drive
*u* ace i k*l> and who know ing with a VOID Chauffeurs PLUS -
..agar c u.u find h L a anew. ,
Lktita, them
return toe
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SNACK BARNo : '
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' .... G* cra! Hospital. Friends I
. ,f' fH.7Ofty..... comnmaHy wish her a pay help, rent and all i SALE ; HAYWARD

exxpensea I ; i
OB the aft fart al* are Mrs. DELUXE NEW I _
I'.vni thin Mrs. Bvalriee Mcln.1. Clean over $300 week i
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25th Anniversaryof THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA
Farm Workers to Get
Social Security SATURDAY_ OCTOBER. 29, 1960 PACE 9
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Security"! w'ill) be celebrated! on ,
Guaranteed Wage Levels Tuvccfoy Nov 1 at Bavfront Park
auditorium at 7:30 pm Topic to so
TV Service Calls
$1
I be d cwHd. The Forand Medical ,
I III Bill f r the Aged. Gu *t
An order guaranteeing wage < speaker, the Hen. Aune J. Fo- I
level* to Dade County migrant WHITE MENACQUTTED t ranA Con re. Man from Rhodeisland. ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Plus Par
farm workers was Issued by the .
U./S.. Department of Labor this OF This to a noa-partfean meetIn LARRY'S T.V.
Ytet"k.iUlI'ant and open to the public for
w rkers who come to BEATING GIRL dbooMion. Democratic and Re 'WE BUY SELL AND TRADE fV SET
Florida ",000 strong for the publican n miMeS and all interested -
winter season, will be affected by citizens. are invited.
the guarantee. With their families white BESSEMER menere Ala.acquitted- Four Friday Mr. Jtoonaa Blakely' Dade 1551 NAV. 62nd Street OX 1-802,4

they total about 150,000 < charges they beat a 19- Count w'1! chairman of this profram .....-... _....._---. -..... -r-- QI
Instruction has been given to y* r-old former member of the ;iv* the closing address.
member of the Florida Empl y- Women's Army Corps and forced Entertainment, mw ic and re- I Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
frobments
ment Service how to make surveys her to lien a statement that she will follow.
In the six major South Fla. had dated Negro men. I ....,;...:...:.;.._._-_..:.._._-:..:..-_.:e.:..:"_._.._._.._.:.._..w.www._":.:M: .r.w.'w: =-._"_._w::"_._N j_w-'-wyvN_._n.N N_"" w,yNlw.':N:._":.__."M:..__
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minimum Farmers who The girl Barbara E py, said 12
refuse to five the required Information men beat her with sticks and .
r pay the nee wageto belts April 1. A circuit court' r1- .J
be set will forfeit aid of the jury deliberated, three hours and C #
tale in I'ff1'UIUnlaborcn. 40 m nutes before finding the J
Led by the powerful U. S ran tB nLTcpnnge f
Farm Bureau, farmers bye
fought the increase in wises, and Dance ;: L
called a an illejal extension of !
the minimum wage law. Th Jame E. Scott Community
Different wages<< may be paid in Association is pnrentm' 1. ,. (
each f the South Florida areas. fou. u Uruy Lang Combo, d-
under the new setup for plant. vet from the Cub; Ro>ale. November
.ng or harvesting the various I at Liberty Square;
crops. AuoA;or.&tfR. 6d4 NW 14th ave
Migrant ccmini to Dade will Ji i:3u: pm There will be a do.
nation of M cents. The teenage i
receive a guarantee in advanceof
what their pay will be. and pi bitc is inYitftl
they wilt be able to ehooM places
that pay the best price.
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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA multitudes have hoisted them up-
I on the ifleetlng !wings of the moment
PAGE 14. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29 1960Between Her es must not be
-frightened" neither must they .
'
W..e'C. .GGUCrLC1iL'i tDTrLiL L7L"L'SSS become "tired" t .6
The hero stuff in men scorn
fright and tJ red n'Ct.'JI.! One
The Lilies. thing can be Mid of Joe Louis, .
and that is, in his glory days he
did not make mistakes in his
--fly CORDON HANCOCK for ANP -- public expressions.

lf"TT'...'"""rTt t ? V Y yVV;*....V'-- J V V--'" t'...nr...;i'....lx....'i ....... 1.I
Je was neither orator nor '
Leaders and Their Language philosopher and he stuck to his
"nother lucky night" and "1 glad
Khnwechcv cairn His semi- regrettable as our having a T Aarln." -T/tA- suwtislj'f res.%*. A..r...*
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vulgar language has K oe back President and now past President from--hll greatness and glory. by I
II to RuMia. thanks be. When lead twh:) overmatches him- using the wrong ex erssi.n. Joe
w descend from their lofty pedestal in the low-brow art of crudenessof was single but he was solid.
and attempt to express the expression ; .
language of diplomacy in termsof But It all goes to show that It is fervently. to be hoped that
the gutter, we ce cause for men of great leadership! responsibilities our White House has had the last
drop humiliation. ah"iild be sure that they President with the uncouth expressions S
express themselves ip accordance: of a Harry Truman.
Khrushchev' language may with those respombilities. The White House n t only needsa
have been the language of the When our great Ralph Dunche great' President and statesman, :
Kr sryproprfate returned: from the Congo and admitted c untry needs a gentleman -
in the United Nations, the to the that who embodies the finest In .
press he was
highest parliament of civilized 'terribly frightened"' at the social amenities for as Nixon
man. When boisterous and rudeness developments has wisely said that multitudes J
he was ttnconsci I
take the place of calm deliberation tfcc! heroic image wiT that reducing he- of parents point out t,. their I /J .
in discussions of human children
has created in the world the man in the White
destiny, we have indeed House, as the symbol of all that .
com upon evil times, times that Heroes are not to be "fright is great and noble In this nation I f
are fraught with p sibilities of ened" even in the face of death. e
world tragedy There is something weak in the Great leaders of Great Britain ;
ixiression that never sink to liar levels' in their 4
But how can this country point a person of greatness expressions.
the finger of derision and worn can -frightened" Being
at Khrushchev, when our former frightened belongs to those of
President Harry Truman at sun- lesser mien.

dry tines expresses himself In Sean a list of history's might- BUGS CUT
terms far cruder and gutter-like cst men and "we cannot conceive
JaR< There 'were times taken Tru- fur once he i i. frightened he
man was President and times t since hu retirement when be
When Rater
sank even below Khrushchev i decathlon in the Johnson recent Olympics"ion then YORK Each full share raying farewell to Father Maheha! of the Ethiopian Orthodox

his. public. and private rxpresslre. he confessed!' that hv was very for the winning Pittsburgh Pirates Church in New York City. Dr Sweeting is glad to
"Ured" a confess n that was out in the IMO World Series be back home with hip friends
where he
So when candidate Nixon of place in the premise was W.417.M and each full share many can he
chided Mm with the thought that for theIline I No*' York Yankee reached at 408 NW 4th St.
Eisenhower had restored to tht> Everybody who participates in was ".214.64 M wu announced
presidency of these United the decathlon is tired, but why by the cotnmia' on Js office
States S certain dignity it had ITU _lift this when: there are so Monday.
test under President Truman many other finer considerations?
Ntxen was rendering his nation Johns n had just achieved one The Yankees split 25 1-3 full STAR MEAT MARKETa1520
and the cause ':/ clean .-wdi a .,f the great goals\ of human endeavor shares among 41 persons and the
great service.Whatever and was the hero of the Pirate divided 334 6hafC."Samon
moment, but he npoils in many 38 persons.
be the outcome of ways the great imae he had
the approaehtaff election the nation wrought f r himself and his race Not since each member of the N.W. 62nd Street
U assured that it Mill not by complaining of being .o 1953 Yankee received his end of
be humiliated by a President "tired" the pot. amounting to $ .23068, .
who cam" has there been a smaller
so little about the winning
s
ctl nenlties as Truman showed I Ifertie of the track are not share and not since each 1952 THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
on far too many occasionsIt supposed to get tired, for once Broklyn Dodgers picked up
they become tired they fall fnvn 34.2 00.64 has a World Series per .
has of fern.been said that we the loftiest pedestal. rethe, former received less. t r losing
can get the b y out of the country
but we cannot get the coun-
try out of the bo*. But history Fresh Meat-Low PricesBlanche's
proves that this is only partly 1) ccfTh I
true; for I have morn
many a rS /OP ,opAMrti->TLOwTpHiOfflT f
polished fentletnen
with c untr\
antecedents.But I
.
unfortunately Truman
m-wr vuccceded< m subduing the I
crudonw* of his earh countrY
Life The point being made here LittleDepartment
is that "while Khrushchev's way
of expressing. himself was most
regrettable it was n, f near y as

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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI FLORIDA

Remain Undefeated LOOKING THE I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1960 PAGE 15
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SPORTS WORLD

Beat W. P. Beach 32-0 OVERBy

LEO B. ARMBRISTER

The Northwestern Bulb
tteatn rolled over a stubborn R e
Roosevelt High School in West NORTH DADE Miami is great for many things aR '
Palm Beach in an exciting foot and one i I. its endowment with {
ball lame last Friday U the tune TROUNCESGIBBS uci"h" ttonderful climate. The
of 3 climate which a>-r mfn and
sport fans wisfe for with envy
The Dulls seemed bent upon 26-0 from other parts of the nation ,-m
establishing themselves as a solId ..nd'Oftd, could conceivably E mi' I'r
contender for theme 8'* The N rth Dade High School make. Miami the sports capital f
South Conference crown. Thunderbirds defeated the Gibbs the world. Re rettedly and with: II'II'p W ,.# ,
This I Gladiator of St. Petersburg 26-0 .ty. Miami is far from that .. w '
team has been led
by aneeltike n .
diatinctkm.
unique Recently a
halfback named Marion Saturday afternoon at the North -
Patterson. And Dade Field In Opa Locka. It was M'VftaJnthuMati(' jrr ups of
an aggressive defensive several rrthu ia.Uc of
color dar f r the North Dadeians groups
team that has allowed an to that Miami
The Thunderbirds rportamen see
began its
avera.e, -f only 3.25 points scored makes it clHtb towards the t.
against them in four scoring in the opening: period pas ,
fames. when fullback Kary BH1 plunged an active !inert centre in ALL
Patterson the Dig 9 leading
scorer with over from theI, ending a 74 t
even touchdowns
yard drive. Th* column U dtxlicated to
and six extra point tor a total The Thunderbirds increased f this note! purpose of giving week-
of 48
points has set
a conference 1., commentaries all classes cf
their on
score in the second stanza
t tai offense record of 280
yards
when Charles Stafford all .orts, competitive or recreational -
racked
in the Middleton up
fame In Tampa '
which a fumble and ran 20 yards ter with the hope that this MORE MUM TROPHY WIN ILrc R .. ..
Northwestern neon further ::;: ; bln: ; n & -'i nt
the TD. will activate the inter-
1913. ERS Pictured Is a meirber The pnrscnti'.Ion: wire nadeThursday
Fullback et of the many sports and fans !In I
Wendell Newaenplunred of the '
Carver H.gh Sch ) Nor Oct 13 at Dopey Park
Northwestern'. line again Is over from the 1 in the thin city and we can have our nets together with Mss Carver f< < -nl: 'H.e IkmC"U' 45-7 victory -
led by a small watch-charm third period and re*a nbfe representation in the
shed a 29-yard paw Hip and her attendants being ivcr Ruoscveli:t High of West
lineman Frank Scott a 135 from quarterback Kenneth'I world of aports. presented two more WMBM's Palm Beach Cambridge holds
lb. cracker-jack center is an all- Strums to end Johnny Hayes wa Aide to the fan, who are the tr phie by Elliott J Piece nn*. the trophy prevented to him for
conference: candidate, in the good f or a t uohdown in the Anal lifeline of any sport that succeeds director of the radio station his being selected the met outstanding
Middle of the Bulls' line which Fullback Roy Barry kicked in a community, attend player on the winning
excluding Scott's, average 203 the point after the first two TDs |I vour local f otfeall games We The are left to ri ht: Pieze sewn and M." Carver holds the
a* GSbbs drepoTt: penetration wa I have prornliinff athl-eV" who fire Karen Lane attendant. James tr to the Dade M their all in competition before "Rudy" Cambridge. Grace Wallace ) a the winners (.f 'he fame
Saturday
night the Northwwt- mediocre crowd There are all Mua Carver ILffM and -Ihoib" Johnson < MiamiDRIVER'S
ern crowd will attempt to keep levrb of f ottvall to rhoo from
undefeated' record of three HURRICANESBATTLE -high tlfttnn'! to the Universityof
,win, no 1M, and one tie intact Miami
while enffagaging the North Dade BOSTON There ae several other "sports
Thunderbirds in the homecomlnf activities th tilt FRIDAY pl anure to aportamen Flthinf. LICENSE !

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The Dillard High Panthera of The TVHton College: rAt," will fan and look the ort CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1960 I DEATHS: Mrs. Nettie Taylor of 1357 NW Tangele Anane Banncnnan

-- -- ----- 5th court died on Oct. 18 in infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Jackson hOSPItal. Arrangements Paul Bannerman of 10045 West
I are incomplete. Survivors Include Indigo St.. Perrine. died in "
sistcr-ln-lawr.. Mo- Christian Hospital Oct. 18 and
I -AiCDS a :
MEMOKIAL* Range j riah Taylor Mackey a niece A as laid to rest Oct. 24.

Gladys Mackey.
taensitaCARD Mrs. Inez Jackson of 1238 NW r. Allen Atta war of 1754 ,NW
A.a
62nd died Oct. 20 in Jack died awhile at work
lane, James McCouiim of 245 NW 6th are., Oct.
OF THANKS Message of Thanks son. Services were conducted in 11th at. apt. 11 eked on Oct. 20 20. He .Is. survived by his' parents,
the chapel Tuesday with the two sisters a brother, a grand
We the family of the late, With deepest and heartfelt Rev. A. C. MozeU officiating.Bunai 11n Jackson Hospital ., .a result' mother. Services; were held In
ARCHIE B. PERRY apprcciaU, n, the family of the was in Lincoln Memorial of an accident suffered while at the chapel Oct 26 at 3:30 pjn.
'*or*. Toe body will be 5hapedto :
and whose late Cemetery. She is survive by five with Rev D. A. Bradley officiating. -
Aujust 27 oaaliuboro Ga. Oct. 28 1130
wfeo i.ssed ,
MRS. ANNIE PEARL BROWN
children her mother Mrs.Lucille .
take young Burial was In Lincoln.
October 1
ieleftnem was ajn. fur final rites. burvhrors area
I who died on October 5 and was Perry four sisters and a
ms method of acknowledging wale, Bomta of New York
thanks and laid to rest on October 11, takes I brother. Mrs. Candis Williams of 439
and expressing appreciauun City ; five sister*, Mrs Caroline
during our hours ofbereavement this method of thanking the Rix of Miami Mrs. Daisey Mae 20tfc at. West Palm Beach, died
Special thanks are many friends: Mho were so kind Marvin Roberts Lcue. of 1441 Wi. tams of Twin City Ga.. Mrs. in Jack.-on Oct. 20. Her survivors -
extended to Canon Charles F. during Its b ors of bereavement NW 714 st. died instantly from l.ua ;tae Leggan of Maxton. include three daughters
Cooper for his loyal untiring Thanks for your cards letters, shotgun wounds Oct. 22. Ser- ... C.. Mrs. Sarah Coleman of Mesdames Mary Anderson of the
fti'V.ee and the choir. St. Moni I telegrams flowers, cars and all v.ces will be conducted In the New York; Mrs. Rochelle Jackson Para Villa Convalescent Home,
ca's Guild of the St Peters A. O. other kind gestures of sympathy chapel 1 at 12 noon Oct. 29. Burialin Miami; three brothers, Max- Chafer Williams and Queenie
Oaurcn. the Masonic Order, Special thanks to Rev. L. A. Lncom Cemetery. Friends ion. Washington; Dennis Mincey.Nunaz. Ware; a son Robert Jackson a
};.ks, Houiehoid of Ruth Beau- Thompson. pastor of Temple may call at the cnapel beginningat : Ga, Harley Miami sister. Mrs. Curhey Jones of W.
ucua. the principal and mana- Baptist Church f-r his corneltnj 1 pxn. Friday lie is survived Palm Beach: a brother. Rev. L.
Let of Treasure Island Ehemen- message and the M. S. Allen by his father, William Roberts; W. Parham of Avon Park. Services -
trya School the neighbors, and Funeral Home for its fine and mother, Mrs. Vera Lowe, a sis- Mrs. Rovma Kadell Gibson of were conducted Ovt. 25 at
friend and for te many flow- efficient# service. Again thanks to .cr. and grand mo: ier. Key Largo died Oct. 22 at be 2 pm. in the chapel. Rev. J. C

to.**, cards letters' and telegrams everyone for everything. Your aome. Services will be bell Saturday Bradley officiated. Interment In
Ricurdon Funeral Home and r.norteacs will never be forgotten. Mrs. Minnie; of 1415 NW Oct. 29 at 1 pm. at Eben- Evergreen.
52nd st died; Oct. 22 In Jackson
all other gestures of sympathy. net Methodist Church with
Ag .n thanks to everyone for The Family Ho.pital. Services were conducted Rt-v Genre Bethel pastor of
everything.W. in Mt Olive Baptist I NVwman Baptist Church Key John S. Anderson native Mi-

O. Perry, brother CARD OF THANKSThe Church Ft. Lauderdale, with the West offic.ating. The body ,*'Ill amlan Mho resided at 429 NW
Cl4!cnefH Perry, brother Hw. R. 11. Lee officiating. Burai be on vie* m the chapel from 6 8th at.. died in Jackson Hovitsl
)Ir.. Mildred P. Williams family of the late was in Lincoln Cemetery. She p.m. Friday until 830 Saturday Oct. 24. Services will be con-
daughterMm. OSCAR WEAVERof is survived by a daughter, Mrs. morning. It will be taken to the ducted in the chapel Oct 29 at
Lottie Johnson sister 2995 NW 5th St. take this &I tr.ft ILchardson' three sons, church where it will be on view 4 p.m. Rev F L. Smith will of-
Airs. Flor.da Gilbert sister rneth d of thanking its many CnariH- Gus and Tucnmie, seven until funeral time. Survivors are ficiate. lie will be on view in the
meeds for kindnesses shown grandchildren' and two sisters. her husband A. F. Gibson, a chapel' from 12 noon Friday until

IN MEMORIAMIn during their hour of bereavement daughter. Mrs. Caroline John- funeral time. His survivors
Thanks for your cards Reginald '4alri !on of 7726 fvn.our grandchildren Interment are his widow, Dorothy, two sis
ad; but living memory of .vtiers, teltt.rams, flowers aadIllbfl NW 14% place died Oct. 23 at in Paradif* Memorial<< Gardens .. Mesdames Dencw A. WU-
our (1..11 njr m Crcr grandmother gestures. Special thanks to his res.cknce. Services will be hams!. and Rosemary Johnson
a-:() t.ler, &.v: Ldward T. Graham pastor conducted in the chapel at 9 ajn two brothers: Louis and Thomas.

t Mt. Zion Baptist Church, the Oct 24 Burial .*ill be in Lincoln Mrs Lelia'JHktoft. 4S7 NW Burial will be in Charlotte Me-

r LM er' hard Ward No. 12, the Cemetery He as survived by his 11th it. died <>?t. 23 in Jackson morial.
Range Funeral Home. Again, ,,'.Ie. J'au.ine, motner. Mr.. Mary Hn pul Service will be held
.unit to everyone. Jane Farrmgton. and three sis- O.t 30 3 p.m. at Flit Zion Bap Dole Murray of 2752 NW 37th
Mrs Alma Weaver der of ).1&..,.... Fr.ends may call Hat Church in Deer field with: st. died in Jaciuon Oct 23. Ar-
.,r a. the chapel beginning at 1 pjn. Rv Fred Kitchen: officiating ugvfnems are incomplete.
,.':Mia)'. The body will be view'
IN MEMORIAM from 101m on in thedaAopf'l Alton Jackson of 2254 RutlandSt.

Saturdayuntil .. Opa Locka died
In ad but loving memory of Mrs. ARNe Stroud of 2015 NW 11 am. Sunday Survivors Oct in Jackson
25. H
a survived :hu
r. i ji dear husband father, brotherS 66Ui terrace died Oct. :24 at her are a Nn and dau.hter-in-IafA. by
grandfather.JAM1Ii residence Mr, Stroud was a na- Mr and Mrs JohnnieHodge of widow Con an. sax sans four
# j. ZOKOBABEL PEDICAN t.ve of Qjilroan, Ga and had Miami. two" brother. Letter Da- daughters.; Arrangements are in-

w?) departed: this life Oct. 27. been in the Miami area for two vs of NYC Elliott Davis. Savannah cwmpete.EXPERT
1956. wt'OlN.Ath her daughter, Mrs.. GaMr .
As the rainbow if a premise Louse Demery The body will be Annie--
of a new and bright dawn, so has xnt to Quitman. Ga., for final *. Mae Stewart of WATCH AND
Cud our Father promised that rites 'r.ends may call at the 1919 NW 2nd court died Oct 24 CLOCK REPAIRS
yuur loved one will live in. chapel noon Oct 20 until 6 pjn. in Jackson Hospital. Arrangements -
-i The Family Oct. 21. She is aU survived by a are incompkie. Survivors 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
'S 'II' \ son Lee Wright Demery an?. a daughter Mrs. Mane Pete.
't'', \ i Andrews' Jewelers
fws CARD OF THANKS Infant Boy 'ilsea& AM vale
,- Albert Scott of 6000 NW 22nd of Mr. guarantees
Wt; the family of the late jvv. (tied at his rr idence Oct. and Mrs Hubert W.lm of 42fl 40 rears In ..........
i I', ,YMiiluAlttT DWIGHT AUBREY MILLER 26 lie is survived by his widow NU 9ta It.. apt. 37 died" Oct 24 FR .0'2

,.'.*h to thank our many many Edna three children 'AO st v- m Christian Hon. atal.! Gravesides !
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ah.ldren. Arrangement, are In- & were held Oct 28.
HOLM&S: friends for all the loving care and

son? .1 i h :.jru-d the (ife October kindness shown us during the recent complete.HaskeU. -
30. 1W7 death of ur son and brother Crane
Gone, but; not forgotten. ', who left us for a better home 2730 NW
The Family Sunday. October 9. 44th St.. died: Oct. 27 at his residence PROTECT YOUR HOME
We wish to thank the donorsof He was a native cf South
the lovely fl rat tributes cars Carolina and had lived in Miami Electronic Protection-24 Hour
CARD OF THANKSThe and beautiful cards. Our' special 17 years He was a member of

family of the .late thanks to our church, Sunday First Baptist Church of Browns-
MRS. ELSIE BETHELwho School Junior Choir clubs. v.lte He survived by his wife. LOW Co.t-BURGLAR ALARMSA

died October 5. and was Little Pallbearer. and school Nancy two brother and a sister.Arranf .
takes faculty, the H use of Albert and *<) 'nt are incomplete.
8
October
band t rest on A ALARMS-FR 1.2806
all you wonderful people \\'hOieDafIk.
tfeis. method of ex Pf..lnc thanks
are too numerous to Jo,*** Alien of 5136-A NW
M4 a*.reci4ti> to the many
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fra-fek i" feo were so kind during mention. You have ur assurance 27lfe ave.. died Oct. 27 at the -
its hours of bereavement. Thanks feat your kindness will South Florida State Hospital. He
never be forgotten.' Our sincere was a member of the Masonic
for your eard:. .letters telegram.
Lodge of BrO'n,vll1e. He is survived -
H we... cars and all other kind thanks.Walker
gestures of sympathy. Again Miller fatherHeteo by his wife Viola and a BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt
thanks to everyone for everything )Miller mother daughter.. Mr Josic Mae Boddy
Walker Miller Jr.. brother Arrangements are incomplete $50 Per Space
Ragina Miller, sister
George Bethel!' husband
In Ih'V sister Cou )Miller sister CARD .
.aux. OF THANKS
I Gail Miller, sister There Are no Lots Cheaper In

We. the family of the late.
IN MEMORIAMIn I IN MEMORIAMIn VICTOR EMANUEL LAURIE Sr Southern Florida

memory of ur brother, wi,h to extend our heartfelt
-. ...... -- memory of try daughter: hanks!: to me many friends ando EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK

.ghbor for their kind expresns c-

a > of sytnf>athy dur.n,* our 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4-8242
bcrvavemeat The beautifu.:

t, 'ra .*. cards letters, telegrams, .. -
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L:: ;i: a;: vt.u k.JWa-j w ere w
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S;>ec..al thank, to the Key West
t'ndmkmg Company for its < -s yHtJ' WT

eflx.ent service and Rev. F A A H Q U C H T .

Hooper. castor of Cornish 1I %(- _a. rcTpoii'-\
4F. m r.ai! AME Zion Church and t
C':ZJ: TODAY'
I Also to the donors who gave W' ; ...
us the u ., "f flDrjt: Mrs. Ernestine Welters By LESTER C. ALBERTA "
: I Mmany thanks to all. May

t .... k Gcd bless you. WISE MAN TURNS CHANCE INTO* GOOD FORTUNE "
T.let.a.ur1e Family
If I Ke) We.t. Fla It's true that a chance turn of oventa can sometimes bo util

Iud to good advantage. Occasionally, as we go about our everyday

.a .JlJir: ; IN MEMORIAM bUI''''''. something foreign" to our eetablfehed pattern of

life will pop up. More often than not It" an event of ..o
I In :oving memory of our dear .
mother and grandmother.LILLIAN seemingly' great moment. Perhaps It rooulta In temporary delay
-- -- TAYLOR or har"" \lp. No matter what the event, the wise man can
v.BROSKER BRJSBON
wtr passed from labor to reward sometimes turn this whim of chance 'Into good fortune.
who departed: this life, October
:
17. 1959. MRS,, MERUNE MATTHEWS October :26. 19M. There can be no good fortune In the l toast of a loved on*. How.

May he rest in peace. who departed this Ue Oct 29 May she rent in peace on Jesus over, at such time It la wioe to ea*. tho burden and great sense

Joseph BrUbon, brother 1957 May the rest in peace. Until breast of looa by rellanco on a complete service that attends to all de tj
Bell Brttxm. brother Mrs. Augusta Coban mother we meet to part no more.
Rosker BrUbcn Rebecca Taylor, daughter i tails Such service are available at HOUSE OF ALBERT. M42

Ron Wore Nathaniel Taylor son NW 15th Ave, "The Light That Never ".",.* Phone OX 17M1THE

Grealy Kirkland, JOIN THE NAACP! and Hester Grandchildren Leatherwood sister M
Talley geishas sister

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Reupholstering
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Jack Gordon's Speech


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meta Highlights: Calendar Tea


I --- At one of the most significant
I occasions witnessed inbe local

----- -- REV. JAMES HALL area In some time. Jack D. Gordon -
I president of Washington

BETHEL CHURCH Woman's Day at ST. MARY'S C. W. M. i' TO SPEAK FOR Federal Savings of Miami and Beach Loan Association and-

REFUSES SHELL'S Melbertha Gregg Bro. E. A. Cukner pastor the Democratic candidate for the
Mrs. S. Daw kins reporter ACHIEVEMENTWEEK County School Board fr.m group

CITY AD Mission Sunday School .........____ ..--- 9:49: 2 at large, delivered a masterful
Morning worship ....._ 11:00 NOV. 6 address Sunday afternoon at St.
October 24, 1960 Woman's Day will be celebrated Evening devotion ._....-."... '7:30 Agnes Parish HalL The occasionwas

Mr. McKelvcy, Manager at Melbertha Gregg Mission Sunday, Oct. 3 will be Wo- The Sigma Alpha Chapter, the first annual CalendarTea
Shell's City AME Church en October 30 from man's Day at St Mary's, 1609 Onega Pst Phi fraternity, Inc. is sponsored by the church, andparticipated
)'Miami Florida 3 to 6 pm The guest speaker NW 5th court. The public i* cordially -, proud to announce the annual In by all cf the
Dear SinEnclosed will be Mrs. Louise Shorter, invited t. come and helpus celebration of their National members.
member of Greater Bethel AME celebrate the occasion. Al'be'efnft1Week.. This years
Speaking a religious civic
will find a check Church. Is invited. on
The public
you We have as our morning observance frill be let into progress and Gordon
theme
for fifteen ($15.00) dollars, a refund Rev. Mrs. Emma F. Watson is ; community
Mrs. Christina Martin. by a mass public meeting
Miss Adele speaker emphasized the fact that It is important
that
ad minister
for an teacher at R. R. Moton Elementary which: will be held at 3 o'clock and vitally Decenary
S
solicited for the uventer -
MeBnde for Women School. Her subject will be the a f tern on of Nov. 6 at that we all learn to live with

Day. ob-envd Prog-ram at Greater: IJetrei MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. The Role of W.men in Chris- >))enezer Methodist Church. other people. "The principle of
Oct. 23 M. tian Service. Please come' out universal educatd.n." continued
AME Church, Sunday E. Thomas pastor .
We consider ourselves highlyhonored
and bear this talented young Mr. Gordon "is that all of us
Phyllis Myers, reporter
I960.
and Miami highly blessed -
Sunday School.................. .... 9:30: lady.At must be taught the word of
Sine we do not agree with the Morning service .................... 11:00 7 p.m. we are having one in that we were able to Rev se- God."
policy of the Shell Stare as it re- BTU ..................._......__, 5:30 of our own to speak who was I sure the z4?rviee of St.the TimoAy'a
1 r.tto .erving Negroes in your Evening service' .................... '7:00 reared in St. Mary's, and is also I James 11. Hall, v.car of Gordon called attention to the
luaeh room we cannot in gooda 1 superintendent of the Sunday \ Episcopal l Church DayonaBt.dt. fact that underhand and un-
telt'Me accept your advertowrm Sunday morning our pastor School Mrs. M. Worthy Please I Father Hall js a native scrupul us efforts are being put
e it in our book. We appreciateyour I delivered! a wonderful messgae come' and !hear these y wig Miamian and has been highly acclaimed forth in order to defeat him in
willttfMM to give u* your ta* n from John 3:16.: It w a s I people. You will rots a treat if in his city as well as the election next month becauseof
a4 bat because of a matter of very inspiring. I you don't. throughout the state of Floridafor his liberal views and his conviction -
principle we roust take this acton. Once' again the Castor delivered Let us pray for our sick. his dynamic ability as a of applying the spirit ol
another inspiring sermon at speaker: and deep insight on thep fair play tj all person, regardless -
the evening service. It too was 'obi...ns and conditions' cf our of race color or creed.
Ver) imxreiy'' yours, enjoyed.Our TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. A or Id today.
Hev. S. A. C Utin, pastor Gordon pledged' a square deal
sick and
shut-im are SU L A. Thompson: pastor observation -
The theme for tads year's to all people and emphasized the
UNITARIAN Baker. Sis. Sheffield, Sis. Darren, Sunday School ...........".._..__ 9JO U Youth of the Wcrld: fact that every man and woman
FIRST Sis Low. SU. Wilson Sis. Kemp Morning worship ............._... 11."OC AoceJerators of Progress and shuokl stand up t:f' the things
will be and Bro and Sis. Chram. We are BTU _._ SJl "
Breakfast
A Halloween ----- ----- Change. that they' know to be right re-
served at 9 am. at the church, 46 praying for all to have a speedyrecovery Evening worship ........., till gardle&s to what others may say
SW 20th Road, on Sunday. Following I With the recent crime wave or attempt to do.
the breakfast, Dr. Ernest Turkey dinner, Saturday YWI. that has developed among \bejouVt'ft.
Kutb.er. administrator and di- BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST The Woman's Day committee of .:es of our city, it U extremely I It was a powerful address filled
rvctor of Religious Educati n for Temple will sp asor a turkey imp runt that we should with much comm o sense and
the Council of Liberal Churches HeR.Annie. Thompson, pastor dinner with all the trimmings I get a Arm understanding as to I should go a long way in awakening -
Pratt reporter this Saturday at the church, beginning the importance of the role of the the
Utuunan-Univeralit). will Sunday School ........,....... ........ 1')0' at Orders will be prole of this area towhit"
speak" un the subject, "Do yon .... .. : noon. )outfit in our present and future going on In this commun:
Morning worship .., ,. 11:00 delivered. Any membvr of the societies. With this understanding I ity.
know the point of n" return In Evening worship..................... '7:00 would be delighted to .
group we the eiUienry can give
yew child's rettfion., The church takes pleasure in serve you. the youth the proper guidance to Mr. G:..don was introduced by
At UK 11 a.m. service; Dr. Elliott J. pieze.
lead them to become good citlaen junior warden at
HiN.. Heivenen, will be announcing its rel catipn from The choir and ushers will also.It St. Agnes. Dr. I. P. Davis, senior
flu. fitJt'a k tar. Dr. Heivcrsen, aCWk..k 2741 NW 49th st. to iu permanent serve during the 11 am. worship warden, presented the occasion.
the National Leader- locateon at 60th si and 29th of the Ministers and Deac -
to is to this end that the Vocal a lot were offered by Mrs.
aMr Training Conference being ave.We . 1 five national 1 Unitarian held our first service Sunday B4v4s t Association. Sunday, at
"lit H Hurt by chapter of Omega Psi Phi fraternity and Arthur King and Harold E.
agencies, held at the But with our faster presiding. Central Bj.ti.t Church Canner Inc.. hat taken this opportunity Brown Miss Alice Day and Mil-
l na Hotel on Miami Beach For our dear friends who came lianchvs. Bus leaves the church to present one who is t o Wright rendered a duet on
arum Oct. 30 through Nov. 6. lie t -worship with Ule hope they at 9JO' am. experienced in the training and the occasion; Miss Barbara Davis -
is mift..\tt-r of the First Parish in will continue. Just two more weeks, andWtxnan's development of r uth and who is presented an instrumental
Cambridge, Mass. Our revival begins Oct. 24 : Day. The women, with inspired by God. We are sure selection, the Ven." John E. Cul-
through 28. Prayer meeting at 8 their untiring chairman and cochairman this more than qualifies him to mer offered the invocation and
NEW PROVIDENCE M. D. p.m.Our promise to make this give the citizenry of Miami the responded to the speaker Sam
revivalist U the Rev. J. W. the most .utstanding, and the I guidance needed' on this: most Rabin of the Sir J An Hotel
Itev' C. J. Durr 7, pastor T r I men have pledged to back them timely subject. brought greetings to the occasion.
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter Our shut-ins are Sisters C. all the way "On to the moon."
Sunday School ........._.._ 9:34' Marion and A. Taylor. Everyone is determined not to Fur these and many other cbvious Prof for Arthur the Evans afternoon was and the Mrs.pianist -
Morning Service .- 11:00 yet left U&ind. reasons it at therefore the
Evening Service ....__... 7:30 .BAHA'I ASSEMBLY ubiigation of every citizen in this Lenora Smith presided at thepe
We are grateful to God for tt I area to be in attendance 3 ptn., CTam.
blessing He ha rvtored unto us George Savitt, press representative Nov 6 at Bbeaccer Meth dist
Tote were 13 connected to the for the Baha'i Assembly .1 Brownsville Church IM2 NW 3rd ave., forth Attention All Vets
Cfettfeh Sunday Let us continue Miami and columrutt' : for The Ass'n initial meeting! of our The American Legion William
in prayer fur the a... and abut- ham, Tunes, wUl lead the regular Improvement I' Achievement Week Observance Henry Bethel Post Richmond
in* tttoo are in the honpiul and weekly discussion at the 2741 N.W. 49th St. Heights M urging all veterans to
at h me. The who are out of Baha'U Center 137 NW 11th ave. Regular meetings lat and I jOin up with us and make thin. a
town and in town on seek and 8 p.m. Sunday Oct. 30. His sub- strong community' which to
in
truth ocraMOBs that God will hsct will be -God's Latent Reve month. Membership drive I ST. AMES BAPTIST live." We are having an affair

strength U K'Rl, for lie never lation." Everyone is cordially invited 3rd Monday nights of each 323 N.W. 14th Street every Saturday night at the home

4144/ a thing that is wrong. to attend. Phone Miss Solo- now on. All residents ol' Rev J. L. Johnson pastor of a Leg n or in the center. For
mon, ivcrelary. FH 1-5420 for
I further information contact
MT. HLKMUN A. M. E. further information.EBENEZER ... Brownsville invited to join Sunday School _... ....."...?.. 130I Joseph Steward, post commander -
Neal Adams, Pre*. I Morning Worship ..._.._ 11:00 or Edward Hanna Jr. or
IhY. aauiurt
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tint ilA.tur METHODIST I W. C. Bawl. 8te'y B. T. U ...-- ...? ....,.,......, 830 Murray James Jr.
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Sunday School Rer. Aaron Evening Worship ......"...". 730 indf
Morning w or snip ..__ a lU1 D. hall Pastor
Evening worship ......__..... 7:01 Sunday School ___ 9JO I ---- -
Publicity Commute Morning worship -?..,-.....? HOJ
How u your sp.ritual strength Evening worship ......._..... ..... 7.00 I FRIENDSHIP BAPTISTThere the church' account and placed issued in the name cf the church
tfe_e day? Are you sure that in a trust account with the for the amount stated abov
you are able to withstand the I Tre 90tb session of The Flor- have been rumors that ,i church's attorney. We were advised -
that ida Annual Conference if the the officers of the Friendship: by the attorney that be A special meeting was held at
piercing arrows are
many i iflying M. B have misused the eaurch Oct. 10 1960 at 8
and pricking hearts each Methodist Church convenes at Church $8.- ould: not close the deal until pm.
\I
Hx-neier Nov. 913. In 666.66 if the ehurch's funds lw received letter and taw check was presented
day? Every human being needs 1 1swtnetiMig this e n- a from the
Some have been led to believe there The officers' have not defended
nfction City Comm ai that couldi
::t>kiUial 1 to rely upon. I a popularity tea will be n we
The church is the only source of given in aiM oci-l hall! Oct. 3t his evil report. The officer, i build a t'hurr.tMr... We received themselves They knew
that invaluable asset. i 4-6 pjm Your registration willhelp knowing tin to be false, have'| the letter stating the requirement the trutn would stand. This is
(' condemnation I not to try and convince any 0.
This coming Sunday. Oct. 30'I the mmiiters' wives and no whatsoever and it was subject to the
'wIU, be Mst ionary Day. The ajm. daughters to make a favcTableshuwing concerning the acti n they took. ., aproval of the traffic division. i Believe what you want to. Wefeel
want to
that
J people
message will be wen by the also provide at the conference. It will It is true the officers ngoti-I I The traffic division wouldn'tgrant know the truth some and that there is
Rev. Emma F. Wats- n of the an afternoon of enJoyment atcd to buy for the I meone's mind.
for some property such letter and taking the some doubt in s
Melbertha Gregg Mission and at you. church but it was .. n conditionthat I 1 attorney's advice we canceled the THIS IS THE PROOFS
the dose of the services the pastor we could build: church Carr. reporter
a deal October 10 I960, the attorney Sis. Ruby
Boca and Raton members to give will service journey, and to I I MT. ZION A. M. E. there. 8666.66 was drawn from I I' gave the officers a check Rev W. E Sims pastor

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to enjoy! a toast that will be 22nd Ave. Corner 152nd St. -=a. .or -- --- -- -- "-- --=-
prepared by the Ma -d. n.a: AME Opa Locka
Church' for tlusn Rev. C. J. Jenkins, pastor Miami Florida O4./12 in C) No. 3071

Our job is to spread the gospel Sunday School MMMMMMMMMMM 931MorningWoi I I U--

., to visit the sick and poor, hlp ......,..,_,,.. 11:00: I THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF _
and those who are bound. Won't League .. .......?_..,,.5:00 631
yxu help udCORINTH Evening Worship ....,......,.. ,:00 6 e I
01.. J'AVTU ,, Lt
The chairman of Woman's Day I THE
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BAPTIST /JL. -
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Mrs. Evelena Ghenn. alccg with .. UI- ",

Rev. W. T. Thomas, pastor all her co-orkers at Mt. Zion !
1450 N.W. 59th St. would like to thank everyone II; t -to/ Dat.urea

Sunday School .....-. 9:30': who" helped to make their day a :J:1EA/t.
Msrning worship ...-......_.. 11:00 sum** on Oct 23. tuca KUUOUL nun ACCOCVT
Evening worship ,-..... 7:30! The morning speaker, Miss
AWe Lee Marshall, reporter Gloria Braynon. spoke very good : .
We welcome one and all both Everyone enjoyed her.Total J
great and small. You are invitedIn amount raised for the 0. sa4 g
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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA
IN OUR SCHOOLSMayor

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1960 PACE 11
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Installs DUNBAR ELEM W. HOMESTEAD JUNIOR
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CampusOrganizations The "large classroom" Mrs. The first and second grade R. R. MOTONThe
Junior Red Cross
France Jollivette
teacher, was classes of our Self-Study Practicum ..
the source' of inspiration for. have conned !in the library second six weeks period -waiBW aian v *

group of pupils led by Marsha en Sept 27 and Oct. 18. of the school year found: the Leadership Training
October 13 was Installation Guion to devcUp+ an interestingskit This practician embrace a studyof Moton family firmly entrenchedIn
Day at Rainbow Park Elementary based on the Altamlra Cave the underachiever In reading. scholastic endeavor With the
School in Opa Locka. All campus Discoveries. It was used as the motto for the year being: "Dent:: Camp
organization were attired in cuknnating activity for the unit Mrs. Sherrer and Dr. Erscff, be satisfied with JUST doing; The annual Junior Red Cross
their organization's colors and on Early Man. Mrs. Bayer, ETV consultants from the University strive for BEST doing," ,w* art Leadership Training Center will
were a sight to be remembered. aide was asked by the children of Miami have outlined an interesting readying ourselves for maximum be held this. weekend at the Dade
The speaker for the occasion to help them organize their ma- program dcvijcned to determine achievement County Parks Camp Owaissa-
was the Honorable Richard Ben- terials. Mrs. FldAcrs, art consultant some causes for under Bauer (tn Naranja. Activities of
nii, the dynamic mayor of Opa was approached to design achievingand to> diagnose the Our PTA is oft to a grand the Junior Red Crofti program
Locka. costumes and scenery wakb were symptoms of ineffective learning start with its all cut drive for will be strewed. Student leaders
He challenged the crganiza- exvcu.ed by the pupils. Eugene with a follow-up of techniquesto the largest membership rver. from each of the secondary
lions by pointing out the imPOr- Cware served as director; Marsha develop and enhance the readIng Under the capable leadership of schools will convene on Friday
tant duties that each held. Thvry Guxm, astjstant director; ability of the children. Mrs. Dorothy Lester, we are determined pm. and the camp will dismiss

were, told of how much the other Eouly Busbee, narrator Michael to make strides, not on Sunday pm. Charles L: Wil
pupils respected their organization Hamilton, assistant narrator. The Bernard. Pennlngton, part time only In membership, but In all Liam principal if Booker T.
their members and their theme ol the skit was the showing counsel rand chairman of tIlf phases of worthwhile PTA actly- Wasrington High School, vice
purposes. It was important that of rue arts of Early. Man distovered testing committee, has done a ity. president of the Secondary
eaca organization work toward in the late lath Century wonderful job of magnifying test During Fire Prevention Week' County Council I, will assist her.
making their school and community in Spain 1'iijMls: participating results of grades four and six on our school set about to fsmlltarUe Banquet speaker will be Carver
worthwhile institution. an error analysis chart, a> that everyone with the handling
a Mere Leon Barfield, Barbara PortlocJu Youth Counselor at
everyone might get the pictureof of the human elements of Aresafety.
Toe organizations that took Branch. Ge rge Busbee, Kosina Youth all.
their oaths of allegiance were theStuovnl Couper.; C.vo George, Allen 11'4>'- the low achievement of the The second< graders visited

Council, School Patrol burn, Betty KeC"n&bta HoweU pupils. the local fire station and were

junior Librarians and Red Cross. Wiuiam Lamer. Sandra McMil- Our parent and friends are invited so impretsvd. The visit was also en Schools For The Sixties." All
Each organization bad speaker lan, Marttyn Monroe Rxtoard to enjoy a pleasant evening in conjunct n with their study of cur activities will be geared'
that gave his purposes and goals. ., -..ey. Ethe Rolle. Lloyd Wil- with us In the school auditorium of Community Helpers- toward making this theme' a re-

For tine new year the president uam.and Emma Worthy.W on Nov. 6 at 3 pm. The Walter 1... Frhrrson brought us aHty. The Moron faculty willecvnmence
Student Council Deborah occasion is In observance of our greetings from the FSTA Leadership the week with wore
aiv: been
rk has going on apace
Bats, School U'ol. Nathaniel of American annual American Education Conference held In Day ship at the Mt Sinai Baptist
Norwood, EUcce and Patricia taxation f.n uur observance Week. Open House Week The theme for this observance tona Beach In October where heserved Church. Rev Murray, palter, on
Curtis is, "Strengthen Schools In the capacity of Building Sunday. Nov 6. Wr will culminate
Johnson captains; Nov. 3
will be std ia Thursday For The Sixties." Mrs ElizabethE. Representative. Fr his the day'* activities with a
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bkhomua, Junior Librarians; and which tune :
frum 7-8:JO at parenUA
Barbara Goodman, Junior Red be invited to visit classrooms Johnson principal of Phyllis very thorough report It appearsthat dinner served on the ! : child Wheatley Elementary School will wee can expect bigger and Benjamin A Jones one of our
Cross. of ttielr
to He. examples be the speaker Mrs Dorothy better FSTA meeting in AjriL Instructors
Mrs. Rosa Lee F..f1.I.On is the ;"eo work Following this the
Thomps n, the musk instructor Unnie W Fannin. principalGKnda
lovable principal of Rainbow Annuai PTA. Night of Stars pre- is in charge of musk After the Mrs. Marva T Worthy' and herc O. Harris reporter
Park Ekraeatary. Sire was dynamic **lied by ouiataadtn. j theatrical program the building will be mmittee have planned for a
.n her OAaUeR&eafte star On Sunday, Nov I, t h e memorable l observance of -- -
open to our guests to l iiwprct the
organizations. Undo her guidance facu1t.wU. worship at the classrooms and other part < f the American Education( k. The
Rainbow Park has grown 'onurcne m this c mmualty at- beautiful building of which) we Advertise! It Pays1To
to become vtte of toe most outstanding .ended by the parents and pupils Strength-
instiluUons of learning of Dunbar. Our Living Classroom are very proud. ._ !"! _.. ....,.._-r, .

in the county. demonstration will be held Johnny Brown chairman of

The installation was a very on Monday Tiftuday. Wednesdayand the program committee, and his
impressive one. Taose that wit Thursday morning and afternoon ir up have arranged' a gala affair '
nased it all agre.d that it was in tae an w windows of for the children in the form l19lsfAI'.ltjTakes.; : .
toe best that they had seen in the Leonard Dept Store, NW 2nd of Pre-HalliMrren Party to be .

any school.LIBCITV ave. aad 8th It. Madame' given In the cafetorlum on Fri- open the door to a whole new life, asa
Ka&....'". Brown, and Nealy will dsy. Oct. 24 This party: promises
LIEN team claws on the 2nd, 3rd and plenty of fun with the many member of the proud and profitable
4 la ra k levels at that time. fwm gocdles and the dance In
Like MeArthur. Mrs. Mary F. Friday Not 11. will be Parent- tore, for the children Beauty Culture Profession.
WUfcams returned u> her lost Teacher Conference Day at Dun- N L Bethel< ., principal
One eoukl hardly tell feat our bar The public is most cordiallyuiviUil Thelma S King reporterJ.

Mrs. Williams has even been ill t attend any or all of fflferiftftytrr 25fJi Anniversary --
fur she in her myriad I.l duties, these activiUv* during AmmencenEducation W. JOHNSO.i ELEM.
has been excelling herself during Week Nov. 9-11.
the past meek. The regular PTA meeting was
Monday Oct. 24; began United Micfeaei{ HaimHon. son of Mrs. held Monday evening. Oct 24, SUNHGHT.I BEAUTY SCHOOlis
Nation Week. The halls and Guie Hamilton ."eared on The ofTtcers for the term IereIn.'Ikd

every corner of the building are 'TV on Pro/vets Day. He exhibited by Mr*. E. Sweetmg. offering you a life l long Thanksgiving, Christmasand

dual 1 'IJW 01 JfJ vv 11 101twWoW and aJWAered questionsab president of the PTA C until New Year's present of our ansiversary with so
sooitKStraug&tcr.Mtun 'Uta luai.sid .woU ut the large paper macheDinosaur. The following weans were Installed -
little $10 down entrance fee. Balance in small
Mrs. Ruth. Rvgers and : ,
the committee. TOe Self-Study Practicum is James Bowen. pr *ident. Solomon : weekly payment (Offer is only for a given time)

Mrs. I. Blue, the curriculum gaining impetus daily There isso Barrett, first vice; Mrs C Remember Sunlight School U staffed with the most
assistant, feelcutncd Miss Evelyn mocn entHusiacsn to many ElM, second vice Mr M J
experienced teacher in all the modern fundamental
Knowles to our family. The petite idea so many ways all of Laughlln. recording * little Miss who is presently we i.cn add up to new approaches. M Otis. financial secretary.Mrs in cosmetology. Call or come In. Bring your friend

interntng under the capable for {unpin* our o&iidren achieve M Pall n treasurer, MrsE Day and night classes. You'll find proud Sunlight
leadership of Mrs. Ttrelma I), to UK:11 capacity At present twospccifhc N Starke" *. historian. Mrs C graduate throughout the nation and in foreign
OUtler loud grade teacher, is a methods will be wed ifl Arnold parliamentarian.. Rev I
Uethuue Cookman CoUege see Ciasr oms to improve oral and Fayson. chaplain.Mrs land

i r. She is at borne, since another written language each week.CuAtant ...
native of Deny Beaeo. : obi ita and brief surreys C Boyer. chaplain of the --r M-

Mrs. Sara A. Cherry has also will tell whether progress ITA council gave seme encour- Advance training. Hair styling Perma Straight Per
astn* remarks concerning the
in her
taken sincere interest 1R&dt'
i.t txaag
academic' a career. duties of a PTA ff cer. manent, French Hair Weaving, etc., etc., for licensed

Mrs Joyce Fields and Mrs. Next M. atom uti, our A Daddies Club wa* organized beautican

lns>; Parker (music and art) .tI" Haiiutf 1"1.u be with Steve Marshall t,
have presented the faculty with lNod with a CMrtume Parade and He expressed ais willingness' to Phone FRanklin 4-9998
syikb for the ensuing year. pruvs, 90 4.*, will be both make the dub a success
given tu cjuik a and also be Mr E- G. Primus, principal
Our speech consultant, Mrs. available at booths. Miss S. A. Qaborne.<< reporterGW sat m'TI'nP: err 1m 1m 1a'Trf'.1'rt'? Ia 1I1'.1R Ja' JC'1m rm nrrs agar.11

Gussie Dubo. has begun her _
program and tests are cumpleUxlCaen H.-H < for 1.1..w..IS CARVER
Monday she is wvrkiag ,, m L Adams, principal l
with our children who have I>>roUiy S Love, rrporter Tuesday Oct 18 was the second I
PTA meeting of the year for
Oursday the G W Carver Elementary 3-Bedroom FHA Homes
night, Oct. 20 our
School The :
Mrs Ethel WUkersoa, guidance PHYLLIS WHEATLEYThe outkok for the year
presages enthusiastic
chairman, was elected a memberof school family started the at the: beginning progresMvenvss -
the board of directors of the First time offered FHA brand
approved
ever new
,
Present
1960.61 term with a bang The were the parents of 319
County ir.up for the gifted in Dade (upswing persons have joined pupils In this short time they close-in CBS 3-bedroom, spacious home for only .

ur fvmily.; Wilford Bailey haw demonstrated unusual interest I
Mrs. E. F. Sand (our chairman .
Lemue. Washington Pauline not only in their child
for the curriculum Council) Wr..nt. D rothy Hiell aad Aluru ren's mental d.ve&n"t but $12,500As
alocuc
with Mrs Dawkias
Nancy W'aas.: Tk chaining A..- physical as welll'artkuiarly
of Holmes Elementary, Is presently .D.& June*. from lkt.hu. e-Couk- the mothers of our
preparing a syllabus on ITWO Col!.... te our intern Dar- first graders are not only providing little as $400 down payment, which
health for aU
fifth
grade pupilsat vj.Je Ka twlea u her directing a second period of nutri- includes
the closing cost. Monthly
,
two *ciux>ls teaeaerT'M mint for their y ung boys andorla. payments

A special l thank goes VMrs ETV program has been in fruit )uce aDd cockle*. $76. One mortgage until paid. No balloon
Ruby: Taumas. chairman of but dally
added to our curriculum Faan.e come to prepare the
N'orthwettern'j Student OocnciJ, Thunt n. teacher of tae Largecj same for the' youngsters note, no second mortgage.
and her boys and girls for the ; *. along with aides Mildred
cooperation fet they gave Mrs M"ye and Gui. * I"",..an. Mrs. WuJurson, aDd are worniag diligently' in this was the ejection of < fliers and '
Mrs. Levan in making the installation program. Roberta Thompson is the distribution of report cards 5J HURRY! HURRY! LIMITED COMMITMENTS

services of the Student uur remedial reading t..... After devotions Jd by Mn S AVAILABLE
Council on Oct. 21. a success. This also is a new' feature in our Victoria Webb Claudius Jones
This week the spotlight Is also curriculum. chairman of the n nunaUon cwnmittee I LOT OWNERS CONTACT us FOR YOURS
turned on Mrs. Fannie Crosby. and William S. Sturrup ,
.
The entire ten e1 family is
Maunce Graham and Wanes presided over the election of of OWN FHA COMMITMENT
forward the
!.xk.nt to complytioa ficers
L&w as follows.Ozie '.
1 education
our physical
of toe now addition to our
teacher who are presently who 1 plant Henders' v Only personal application at our model home
n.
president
working hard with their first six Mrs Blanche ;
,
weeks culminating activates for Parents don't forget Hal- Sweating, vice;
our Abram
Grace
the fifth and sixth grades: a kickball .OWN Carnival Oct 31. becausewe Betty Green recording 2nd viet; Mrs Fairlawn Homes Inc.

tournament for the kit aDd are looking to you U> help Mn Mary ipJin! assistant secretary Mrs.; | ,
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a football tournament for the us make this affair a success' Louise Knapp
aaaacsal
b'5. As part of the Dade sawCum! Hill aad Daisy Mae secrery'Mr -
;
County Fitness Program they Bees n are now on the. read to Mr. Curry treasurer Mrs ; I i 2466 N. W. 62nd St.HAPPENINGS
are also administering the reeovsry Hankers echaplain; Ama ;> .
i chainman I
AAIIPCR Physical Fitness Test
to the same grades.' E- Epy Joa&son, principal ; Mn Esteila Dalley, reporter y>

Dems Thomas, reporter Ollivette B Ross, reporter .






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Cox's PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 29, 1960 FRanklin 4-3269
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Kindergarten .1 DR. JAMES R. LJNDSEYPODIATRIST

Edison Center I .
Paint
By Mm Doris StarlingOld HeadquartersWE
m ther witch ride her ALSO CONTRACT Foot and Leg Disorders
broom the country and
across
where will she land at Cox's PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES t a.m. ta 2 p.m. 4 p.m. t* S p.m.

Kindergarten of course. Licensed and 'ns"redCo'o" 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, Fla.
The youngsters at <:ex', Kin- Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation
derfarten have a date with her i ..
en Oct. 29 from 3-5 pm. at thrir Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St. .
Mfcool located at 178 NW 4th Time payment plan availabe-Phone! PL 9-3231 -
Ct. These kids have been look- RUPTURE PILES PROSTATEVarfco
0 toft forward to this date for a
long time and at last the time -"'''''' ..,." I I : 0 Rectal Diseises Vein
fe here. T> Mw. Cox the parents T
and teachers happy Hal WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot ..1 j Effect painless' non.surgical office treatments at low toot--
Jewe'... and I know you'll en- : : no suss 'me or income. Avoid surgery and hatpltallxatlon.. Why

jay all the tricks and treats with 60 x 110 Good for 2 units-41,250 I I weir truce Why ''''''1'. delay, and get wore*'
the kiddies. They are serving all '
kinds candy.t'8Okift. {! CONSULTATION FREE
of goodies such as CASH PAID 0
FOR LOTS
OR
candy apple. a Jtdrlnfec. HOUSES I Special "medication treatment, diets for arthritis neuritis. Ml*
etc Well kid, be tee [ BRAND cr. blood anemia, test chronic dlsoasooof '
NEW I' pressure smut vtflcr
-Lovely bedroom !
2 bath and
ing you at the party with all the garage I
latuhtcr and enjoyment oak floors, tile roof, built-in electric kitchen i !I men and Women.DR. .

LONG'S CLINIC A General 1 Health *tnfk*
[ 1430 N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE. 1
I 1&4S S.W. 1st St. FR 1.2741 REDUCING
Cocktail Hour and SEYMOUR BARON
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.,. '--'LiII__ .... .._____..-,- ,| Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off
chairman Dt. Hester Rivers ..-.-. .
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their cocktail fcour an} fashion
and their c remittee have completed Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
the elaborate plans for
afcew for Sunday. Oct. 30 at the
Greater MiafRi Lodge. and A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY tt
Tct s te. 364 NW 17th st, from
5 iMUi 8 pm. r- ) "
l>t. Vera Crenshaw, chairrnatt ,. A ( '( "
tV
f the faatoioa snow ha ief .\ ,
ne stone unturned U ire thas# ,..::.-' H Ht
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you Mill never forget the spectacular >' +
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panorama of beutifuljvwfMd R r
ladies in all of the w n- d .y
dertel fall and winter colors; and } _
styles t- excite even the unirnaphaable "I t
to heights! Dt Maude Glass. chairman : ,} jT .
jweial J session will ec that your + I t +rw ,1 :
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Muslims Sunday This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours


Minister Jrrmuah! X. who basc.al..d DUPLEX! BEAUTY! BIG BARGAIN! !

been b<.*ta radical everything to a faith from healer a,, YOU MUST SEE THIS ONE TO APPRECIATE VALUE. OPEN SUNDAY 1.6

iy and++r ha..moUU tjrrvd ill th.s direction city in ,var-iseitetluitd -SEE 5200 N.W.' 10TH AVE. LOT 40x143 FT. BUILT ABOUT 100 FT. WIDE

back m Miami fi:> ON 10TH AVE. HAS A SEPARATE CARPORT FOR EACH APARTMENT.
tlt sead from
a sHxeful campaign
tar ujfeout the major CLOSE TO BUS SHOPPING. CITY WATER.

MUlaern There have stales.been reports that HURRY ONLY $1,495 DOWN WILL SELL FAST! !

a fiewr bi4J 4 rifit for tho black .
ISM'S future direct from liesejvr rszesfiexf&f ..
Elijah: Muhammad will tc -
d4fcclod at the lopte by M.nUer BRAND NEW OPA LOCKA OPA LOCKA BEAUTY! NORTH MIAMI BEACH
IVrtMkah X, personal;y
Sunday at : at Ell NW 2nd 3-Bedroom CBS. One mortgage.No .
p.m. New 3-bedroom" CBS, custom Luxury home for the particular
closing costs. Move right in.
J'f Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. built. G. E. oven and range. Rear buyer. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, car-
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$595 Down all screened Florida room. One port. CBS. 75 x 100 lot. City

$86 month. See 1551 NW 154th mortgage only .. water. New. See ual!

Street. Only $995 DownSee

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LIBERTY CITY NW 152nd St. Between 17th Large 170 x 200 ft. tract. Zoned

1075 N.W. 59th St. $595 Down and 18th Ave.. business, units church, bowling

Total price only $10,400 2-Bedroom alley, etc., Opa Lock. N.W.
Very large 3 bedroom 2 bath nice home. One
with detached garage, on mortgage only. Quiet area clean 24th Ave., 153rd St. Priced

large lot with hardwood $80 month Only $795 DownSEE right. Terms can be arranged.See .
floors and awnings. j
-....;. 1739 NW 59TH ST. ual!
BEDROOM CBS
Duplex 2-bedroom $8.995 Total $4\
1810 1820 NW 50th St. $795 DownTile BEAUTIFUL CORNER
$595 DOWN Only $79 Month One mortgage

Very large 4-bcdroom 2 roof, CArport. Florida room, FHA mortgage to qualified! buy
bath duplex with terrazzo one mortgage only. No closing iI ::: ..::
floors in lovely area. costs. See" Sunday, 1850 NW er. bdroom CBS with carport.
53rd St. CUSTOM BUILT HOME
*?parate living room, dininrroom

$495 Down $75 Mo. II ill 3.BEDROOMS BATHS ,. jaJousied porch. Only
LIBERTY CITY 3-BEDROOMS 2 BATHS
Comer
80 x 100 lot. 2
car car-
Newly decorated in $74.85 monthly.
and out
Close
NW
to 62nd St. and NW
2 bedroom, no closing costa. port. Large jalousied Florida
12th Ave. City water, cloud SSfff letAtiMf***** ra
One
mortgage pAyment..
+
Total price just $8,995. garage, one mortgage. $63 per room. New CBS, tile roof, luxury LIST YOUR LOTS WITH US
month. Move right in .
living Have your $3,000 to FOR QUICK SALE
N.W. 18th Ave. and Only $1,495 Down
invest in this gorgeous home? TOP PRICES PAID

51st St. .. _
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$1,400 Down $79 Month j
Beautiful 4 bedroom CBS. SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET

Tile roof, hardwood floors.

Thia home baa many extras
FAIR REALTY PL7-1645H
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CASH FOR YOUR LOT

... -- -- We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including SundaysList

PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th Si your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paid


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It- 'O.> rr t" Iy Carlos. leeward
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toddy.e Div.h. 1
---- or w.tl..y feltDEPARTMENTS Dr T v During the Republican National Conventionnewspaper president, 0' Wiley] C ._.::. #
SVTMtttAMOUS an educational) toUt tin
stories circulated that
were stating
TNflMA Hill. MGR O-t*>-: t... j. pied, 1. .." Miwts. eastern and wrs'r' ->> F
Mrt. Jewel' Stratford Rogers was a prominent will visit schools! r
f ;
rte
PLAN T9. STAY AT t woman in COP circlot Who it M,.. Roger 1i, MWW WKttl It.CO seminaries, and un>vrr .r 1.):1. .

.:'.. .. and what it her background? mark. Finland Russia > .nvakia ,
.. ....--. Germany. S. .. .
.... .; Italy : ...'.
... VII
1r. Doris C, Detroit, Mien.Mv France. and Scotland
; :
Dr Cole i is one member .f.( < IT
.. 'J. of 14 other presidents ."f V.tulleRet t. -r-, '"
r111 I'.J--.IIJ' ftoaers .is a Chicago attorney! rttI"d.d >- who wrrr eln t It ,: ..

{/ as brilliant in her profession. She study seminar. by the I) v r

was ,the first Negro woman appointed in higher Education The Biwr 1 I
.
VANS canon of the Methods <(< '
Ml ITIPMfM, MINNl. MGR hirago and .the Midwest a. a U. S. District 0 Nashville. Tenn Dr Ralph| V r loo-) .

fl'iorney! She now practice r low in Chicago .- er Director. of the DTIMTT r t
CENTRALLYLOCATED Rogert Eatucational< Ins tutaury

This, European Seminar f 1' .
dents of Mrthmillrt' ColW.. .r' .11

halts a study |irurr1) It I' t ttu It e. .
brine, a limited' number ..' '" .
-"' -.lf tan educators ,into direct ..rif.KuriMirwn .. .
fana.; i : educational. lr1.

i r I It it true that U. S, Decotholon champion developments| Theitinri' 01'i ti "
such ma)..r cities. a> Len ;2
.#. ...... Jla; Refer H. Johnson toted after winding, a gold ..w Prague Frankt..r. H ng. <. r

BoomOu1WWAT ta !: medal in the Rome Olympics that ho intend Johnny Moths has won the Oxford London end B.<..

attrsy to terminate hit
$ sports career plaudit of' a notion with. hit ting .

Ml Alf USMII. Md Ralph M., Minneapolis, Minn With
ing style several mittionteHert 80t1
MODERNIZEDtTIAMO am t* a'Iji '
r to hit credit he hot earned.
l / .N o Johnson stated thai ht would notompefe r

.- Johnson in the DeottrWon again! \ the right to hit status at on established .

star He it now I beginninga
4 4I 4i

1.0 .new photo of hit career See
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Johnny s B.g Decision on page

Recently I learned that. the British had 3

Ml NAIIT knighted an African Is this .true?
RIOMllOW MCISOUTHSIDE

Carolyn f., Charlotte, N C. l .Z


antl( "l'rl"l'; ,
A freezing norm 'thr-rnx.i.i
I I Yes The kntaHlhood was ',..arou-Nl..po". ..
'thirty drfrrr. 'brkiw ,.ff'' .n ( r ,.
.. the f'rem.er' of Northern. Xtgrrta. Alhaji# llhnuik tk far away .in dist, *'.> I

-. i ,UnI4duUHIoS.fthlirwa of Sokoto in 1939Sell. mate rJ i a Wftt Africa' .
P Yn a voun< student .n' "
ia..._ -.L .. Ge o sent on familiar. with both (dan& .* .'rithe *" j

.ILl \. the fifty yard two togetherMore I
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....r. --- \1 accurately I A)" OK '
i I.
-e at TONE ,intrrvik. having his own frnn,..
Ml IOU,MATH," WRIT MCI Here it Springfield III a few of my fiend .t. e "(*.., the coMege.. -plu all of the other rrqu i I.

disputed my contention that singer Juno .. football scene of an ice' cream nukiAg pUnt -"
HOTELSWtOMWOOO Christy was born here and that in his homeland nick tih
although the '", Pigskins' fill the t.a .
.. with other .. : Nicerui' ftrM ire cream n .1
... tang groups before (joining the air" and gridiron turrr

a Stan Kenton bond it was hit organiiation that come alive" with the new talent and Currently Ocununya i I' .. ..

4 made her famous ,in a similar manner to known great vying for recognition his future life** work at the4 .
Count lai.'. contribution Ire Cream Cwmnany'" 1.11''
to Joe Willia", Who are the ttond-owH' Which
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_40I highly modern Chicago I'an'
success Am I ? 1 I
correct player ore being thprofettionol9 the > .
I 1 sought by .* a regular em4oyee
Mildred Be old Nigerian will hate studio.i '
K
j Springfield. Ill sure to tee .
'.'' '.' '. Touchdown Warrior ,O the No phase in the practical bu>m. -
making ice' cream 'by the t ntleaves
\'i It,u are correct. vembe' issue of TONE Bre.ler'. and returnNierria -

Christy I '
turn O un-n.\-
Of crem
Mil lAY KOHL MCI.<<: ice

bay sI've .
inked it t and it *. .ft01\
Members of Chtcogo'i South,* always ta, '. e I
euuntr
that
Hotel Atsociotion.' For free f brochure During ,the shame u> mr my '
National convention, of the pUnt" art it* own and must nj-
write toSTAN Urban league"" held in New York in Septtm O..ow w ......- what little ice cream .it front. tn:

MATTHEW EXEC SECY bar was letter B. Granger succeeded t." r.., ..1' 'I1 /' ,. _" ." :.nJ
byw'y cool l ..... "J 1 know that I when it i* availattomy '
4649 SO. PARKWAYCHICAGO. ai someone at pretident If to, by whom? ttiaail, ",Y ':<<1 I.r wvpie& at a new a W price

Ill. Phyllis' S. Roanoke Va. C...... Le_..df w all W |. >|>ular d
l edition
O,unn)a hoe practical
'Er "-".," life Fd f..r the business i I. bin i-f.-i
in
\ .4: ;. 4ee- M ....... under the, personal .u *'t\ .-. tBreslau d
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'rh.ugh. r.. ", hvd'd, : tout | .
0 ,tore ''ft ., .. HBrrsJrr
1 \1! .. -grnrral -n-gi
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II :'fI'.11 ':11(/ ', p. ,, '. 1'>" '" \tli hM, a.W.1.e. ..._.. ... ?.0.400.u with! a fi"rrra: : .r.1'1I a' r. .
'for 11o; '"x'd. 0 -- --'- '...y.---, 'tt'chn.'log' fit 1 r' .1> : teg: ;-' {
Granger 'v t. r. ,' 1C
Itu'I" milli .t tOIl ur.N '' _" S',.u I d
< .. ..., field (frf11! i..f T C
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prepare and rehearse' a stage' show'
and carry the costs of aU) the J people
Involved' in a major stage productionat
the same time
A conservative estimate places' the
cost figure at close to a cesolgctarterof'
a million dollars.He .
passed' up engagements' in such
well-paving night spots as Chicago s
Cher Paree.' HllnMrubs in lloMon the
y ('011.1 in New York and the' Sand .in.
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Las Vegas: A week's engagement: in
any one' of these' would have broughtthe
-- r'' II young: balladeer' 20000. a four
\ week. engagement: at the The' Sand
I could easily have brought: $100.00 with
<>ut all the work worry and anxiety
"", 46c ,connected with nurturing: Anew venture'
In order to satisfy his shrewd' man
Jger: .. insistence! that he ,work only with
+''e the best I of' e\er' >'thing.: Johnny laid c out
"some' "lrU'hH1l1t'.11 salaries 'for inter
njtiimalU"' 'famed choreographer" : Hermes
"" |I'.n celebrated! dancers. like l""i.-
ann True>,. Michelle.. Harton Judy
Chapman, Kitty Malone. G.arv M>'n
Leer, Dick M(1ft.l".I", assistant, t hurt". ,
irapher Fred l Curt and an Italian ,mIMirt
t Ug > IVitrilli
During': the entire' month of' August
T (tUr instance, each of the dan *T.. rerived
I Sri! ) |MT night ,simply for r..h..r
'...1". In addition there' wa<" the .kv
e high t ''H''''I I of musicscenery and ''I',,

'"../. limes. thus' mu i<'laiw, And the' hiring> (:
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of>l 4 Hollywood r'h.r..I"1I'I'n"
.
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the nin rof'hme" .. which Ji hnn> ..,'..r'
around. his neck while .performing: ,io
.... ;. StOO! .I.h.
..
. The World Premiere of, the nuwltbrated
.. ,.4' Johnny Mathis. J Shun tcH4ipUi
ft, .. e. in the old world atmosphere!' | >it l
HollvwiMMi Greek. Theatre' .with a turnout
..to%.Olga. ..... .. (tor
of
and
i stage movie stars 4lmti
unpri' edcnted' in the tinsel. city ol, makt
h..vt'.. With klieg lights. pier ing the
... .kien. .and long: linen of' |"imouinrrowding ->
-t'I : the f'.......'.. Mathm drew 4
1'rw rh r! lkns 1rLLLOttOMijT 1 1M
/ I f'I'l ord-breaking.: crowd that. .had ln ught.:
more than Ss.. .OOO worth of .advjn ,
,tea> kfth tu the 5-day engagement
And now the young man of big dt'
muMtM has hit the rtJ.ld. In nut.t.ension
the Mathm\ show. "plays the (. >aryThea
ere in San Francisco. The Quern hit; /a
both Theatre in Vancouver the Paramount
Theatre in .IHtrtland. the Urph
cum in Seattle, !the Calgary (urral. inalgary
<<< and Kdmolfin; Gardens; in hd
montim, Canada S shun. plays <>nagrnie| ..tH in Manilan .
'the Phillipineii .and in H.ngh'mng!
( htiu Other' booking' are bring 4r
ranged. : for appear a wen in 'thratrraUimughout ::
the United Mate*.
In the < course of .all this, the young
San f ranci. m o-born singer hope than
his. decision to gamble .a quarter jf' 4
million. dollars on the realization' nr
of' his ambition will have two important.

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was a typical August Sunday in r
Families were nuking their
way home from church
serrlces. Dignified dowagers were
strolling along Deacon Hill after a quiet 44
brunch in one of the city's many elegant
cafes. The musicians were tuning their
instruments in preparation for the after-
noon concert wihln the cool, green confines -
of Boston Commons.It Iwo

was going to be another scorcher.The Z ry ..
temperature was already looming =
close( to the ninety-degree mark, and the s Q -
IUD was sending its rays from a cloudless
97. Activity was at slow pace as Bean- v t
town residents sought ways to beat the
heat, not knowing that a momentous occasion -
was taking place that afternoon.Just f t
a stone's throw from the Old 10.l
North Church, the enshrined lookout post
I si Independence where a lantern had once YAN44A
hung as a signal to a young man named
Revere that the redcoats were advancing
several hundred men and women had
assembled. The scene was Copp's Hill
Burial Ground, the final resting place of
the founder of Negro Masonry, Prince
Hill.
The principals In the proceedingswere I
the Grand Masters of Prince Hall
Masonry. They marched solemnly along
a narrow path toward the tall, slender
Masonic monument that had been erected w j1j
in honor of their first leader. When they -- -. s
reached the foot of the monument they "\ < r. 'in 1" nom. > tin, nl on ( '..pg/ ;> II II ,iHt

stood In proud silence, resplendent In ''J > '. f i''- ti. Hall .\10.....** ;I"nfn,1./ ..f.- torth.
masonic adornment with aprons, symbolic ,i. > i. 'iota i "ti'turMt fma/ < *l ( ;>n'''i//
of and mantles and medal-
degree
liens ,of 1, .rt:) (of' ( "b-:: ;, MCK :KJ t I li ::.M ;, ::sl I ,r hs"l, irattlitl' f.'warl 11n.t."t .e'1| .Y/avwK/ : fiusrff' .f iHiiifuYr/ /
symbolic authority.
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Speeches were made and a large floral <; < ; ; II /art I ,lit' "l.ln., roods" sq"ifoe.lt"' '' fI'' ".t.no.hettle.lrits '

wreath was placed on the monument. A tit r t Henry Furl.' //IfiHot (;j"oHd/ Scttuir Won0'/ )'h.i( l'et.tlerbwrly.' ",*. .irJit/r/ "lif sjMftL-ji. "the |/r<.m.>.
moment of silence followed, unsolicited, ////tnM// ( ;rand' ."Od.In/ ,' tr r* (t' ll but all the more sincere because of its
spontaneity. Then the silence was broken
by i song...a meaningful intonation of Pilgrimage into the PastNEGRO
the "Star Spangled Banner" by the Grand :
)Masters., and their brother Masons and
their families who constituted the rest
of the following. Then it was over. MASONS HONOR FOUNDER IN SOLEMN GRAVEYARD CEREMONY
Taxi cabs were hailed, and the crowd
dispersed. They had come from the far-
By Charles W. Leonard
flung lodges of Prince Hall Masonry. '_ I.....
There were representatives from all ,''': .\ -
sectors of the country, from the Caribbean M
and from the Bahamas.. They had lion< < iuld they Kau. that I buried in sighted men has l blcMMHflt'd into an international Other auxiliary group I ant ludr the
met In Boston Brotherhood their, m dt was the man< who broke the that Prance ,
where the organization; boasts at Hall M aeon's sitter. or gamat< i<*i,
first began; they had attended the Grand t .lur-line of Masonry. whets he was initiated least SO.OQO members and 10 million The Merome of Jericho the Nhrmrr a
Masters Convention, and now they had in 11'7' '"' It was an obrure' fact dollars. in assets.It .. female counterpart The Daughters of'
concluded with a solemn tribute to the hidden even further.. from view by thee .. is equally doubtful that the founders .Isis. .and a group[ fur bays between the
First Grand Master. > re y which urrouAd4 the Mafconirorder. could have dreamed' of the magnitude& of ;ages of 12 and 21. known ,an; the l'yUu
Soon the small cemetery was practi- Yet. when Prince Hall and t eive charitable *om, civic projects .and porrateti.tarh.
cally deserted. The only ones remaining other Negro soldier& > ere admitted into youth programs being undertaken. by
on the scene were a few local residentswho the military. lodge: in Massachusetts it Prime Hall MaMmry.. A scholarship : decade representatives. uf' (his.
had stopped to wonder at the ceremony had really" started something. In 177' program responsible for many deserving mammoth:. : ortcaiiizatKwijournry ti. the < >itv
and stood around dumbfoundedafter these' Negro" members formed their on youths receiving a college edutation of' |UINttUft to honor I'riAc Hail .Perhaps
it wu all OYer...still unable to lodge,: ', fully approved and chartered by is &included in this.. *or*. Outings the people" { | of |tk *lon do nut rraiirv the
grasp the significance. Neighbors had the' Masonic orgamration. Five years & athletic programs, i lined the fire-escapes and back porches later they declared their independencefrom needy families comprise a .partial. list that It** place this yrar. In all probability
surrounding the area. They, too, had the parent organization: and beganto of their ,activities. they will U- slow to makr the < onnrctiun
little idea of what was going oa about form their on lodges<< : throughoutthe 1 Prince Hall M..on.HAt. with prideto when the neat t pilgrimage t takes
nation.It their affiliate; group the Shrmers. the place in Ift70.' ) Yet even now. while
them.They
couldn't be blamed. Most of was a natural thing for these men "fun-group" Masonry. (One must bea people" pass the hallowed ground headless
them had never seen this ceremony t I..< <<< lamer for independenre. When they Mason to be .admitted.) Even here it ol f its contents oven now. while he
before. The once prosperous residential ere first initiated into organization< is not all play district had turned Into a tenement they ere soldiers in the Revolutionary sponsor a )yearly salute to Negro' business ; monuments an the quiet hut' eme
...... Tbcsc who lived there were relatively War They had fought fur independence Christmas;, parties for underprivileged tery plans.. ;are, being made Urdu aced'
new tenants. Few could remem- from England: .and this. fru! declaration: .. [ ber that a similar ceremony took place made. .t t , I '>)pp a
ten years ago. Even fewer realized that that r=.eri, the 'uld have hoped fur the extensive medi' < at research fund. liurial. & (jround ,in honor ol 4 man. > whale
another pilgrimage would take place ten gr ,,*lt'> nine t trit pla> e f tenant. ed .r. par* b> the annual. f rishbo! t leadership has. reflet ted thr'jugh (he
years hence. What' Urted as .a nandiut 'jl f tar game:;, tired! .r. P'.r'. &m'JUth' V.rgnra: entuneIT >> .

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THE, focuses on talent, good taste to snowball. His rise was steady. First artist has a right to make a living.If Jazz. There was even a newspaper
sheer energy. By using these a larger Independent station, then a I don't like a record I simply don't established for the club, known as the
things, he rose from relative obscurityto 50,000 watt clear-channel station, and play It on my show." -Daddy-O Daylle That Comes OutMonth-
one of the most coveted positions in finally he received a break from a major Daddy-O Is constantly giving his time I ly." This Incidentally, has only been
radio broadcasting in a few short years.In network. The National Broadcasting for charitable projects. He organizes printed once.
August 1848' the "Daddy-O" show Company acquired his talents for their programs for the purpose of providing
made Its debut over an independent Chicago outlet, WVIAQ. Here, as elsewhere Christmas baskets for needy families,
station in Chicago. It was a jazz show, his success was phenomenal. He and hospital and veteran's shows to entertain -
coming it a time when the Jazz show still has a Saturday night show on NBC the sick.DaddyO's .
was still looked upon in radio circles which Is aired in 38 states big heart started him on
as a losing proposition. There were In addition to the network show, another project in 1952. A card came
only six jazz disc-Jockeys in the nation Daddy-O does a three-hour morning from a listener in Aurora, Illinois, inquiring -
during this period. (There are now six- show each week-day on a powerful Independent where he could get records J
hundred who play Jazs.) Notable among station WAAF. heard on the show. Upon Investigation,
the "experimentalists' was Dave Garro- Daddy-O's success cannot be measured Daddy-O found that the writer was a
way, who stayed with the format until in terms of ratings alone. Perhapsthe multiple polio victim confined to an \
it catapulted him into television. beat measure of his accomplishment iron-lung. After personally delivering
During this Initial period, Daddy-O would be la t.rm.oIU.tenerlo.lty. His more than fifty albums, he launched a
developed a rhyming patter that has popularity with the public Is an almost! fund raising campaign to build a home
stayed with him ever since. He would uncanny thing. His listeners 'follow his for the unfortunate man and his family.He .
greet early! tacrai=: riser with a cheerful show wherever it Is on the dial. When stuck with the project until it was
"Get-up, ButtercupMaad from there he changed stations, &*y too Ctisjcdstations. ; compUtrd.
the hilarious pattern would take over. Moreover, they look to him for In a less serious vein, his ability to
The early risers liked it, and the clean news and insight Into the field of Jazz organize resulted In the establishmentof
crisp>> speaking voice of Daddy-O wasaccepted music. the "Gopher's Club." Admitting that Always planning, always active. ,
Into the city's homes.At This brings about a facet of Daddy-O's the club started as **a figment of his Daddy-O seems destined to stay first
first, the going, was a trifle slow, musical! Integrity. He doesn't. "pan" Imagination" he goes on to say that It in the public's heart as a discjockeyand
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