The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 5, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00239

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4 More Nabbed for Dope lEErStllTiiriCUL38TH .

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w ;T ar usprcU a.*cusied of sell-l

ACHIEVEMENT WEEK n narcotics were rounded up r T
I i Wtt'msday: bf Federal agent i-; ( I 4 t ji

Omegas Challenge YouthThe and were ordered' h d tar c ':jraction
by a U. S. drnroiMkrKr
T. agents served tee navw.
Sigma Alpha Chapter of T tai end. oft Nov 6 at 3 p-rn. '. rant 'n a fifth suspect who' !Is

Omega PIt Phi Fraternity issued 'e Omegas are presenting ratherJarre a Mr| a > .;; f.f teoce for brvak-

this week, a challenge t the et:. : h. H.,' vicar of St T M.o i snd enteringATt. .

tens of Miami that they dare r.y's: Ef> M. e. Church 1>1.1. ...rd and ehtr.ed. with
each and
every citizen to accept t ra Beaeh Father Hal;) is known raj ng quanlttJe nf herein ar-
This is a challenge for this city' : irojghottt' the state. a a militant : D-,ri' Utte! >>. f 1613-B NW
to take a vrorressive step and cnampt n the youth( a\J Math tt : Ulvmrs Walker, 28. a
inspire our youth I J leadvraliif a pet sen ovate. of UKr pr.hlew rarer ef 1718 NW G9th Tern, ',

Our fast rowing' metropolis I .* He has also been acrks' ned r jnk e tj#M 3-4. a mortician of rirntc".e a I
presently in one of the )largest M a dynamic! ; and ties '.rang 24A "NW' 21.t .U and Robert
juvenile crime waves' that it hasever fwsker. r8ll" '<<. 3S f 1M6 NW 53th st ,

hid t encounter Tbe Ju- The Bond .f 94.000 Neb was set by
occasion of the Sunday
C'arnm.1ont't' Davis
ven'le : Roger
have acknowledged mectng is ARNe; Nat I teal
a rapid advance hi At'ta'enq t W.f."I'YIIIMIt. -. lame Cot: 'nbtrq 0 ok. tV S .
the rate of truancy. theft and assault :i The Ineene for this y.nr i ill "Y1hI of h.' group Is still in jail
.' t.orkt: Accelerator ofProgre
I I T'n !iercavc'ents' who bou ht
We cannot blame the youth i I s and CateThe the stuflT over a prd of

for this advance nor can we I I II months made the way for stag I I progress of owr }xnith isdependent .
idly by and acaa ledrr pailee said. Th deft nre -
Its presence. The cause for this strata the fntare scoots ,.. attested' at their
.f the tuxes f that f. :
rise in c r I m e among our tl. ...c of ruW ,,<<. .
growing mrtrefraHk. If
we enntinje
youth be
can attributed only to
to hpi re th the failure f the citizens to give -
to the tN"fJbm1II: we net expect mir:
IDrp rtIen and
wderthip city to ouMt cue to gr w. tt s eem-mmlty tower
necessarr to take them Mi' The treeing wilt, be
Oft the road to crime and place I I It is therefore the oMijation .f the BbuaiMur Method)
them on the road to progress. every .lender and every eitteen f K4I N\V 3rd ave 4

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Roach Poison Kills 2-Year Old ,Ifft

+ 'i4 fI1)) after: He had A Metro detective reported -

.. ') r .("h pasta ai the htime faaxtmuther. that the parents of the diiid
are, work:ng, and he was krft FOUNDER OF
with his gran4tn fh 'r. Mr' Car-
'I".1 Hotr wa lard. at a tei neilL",. 2f
i gal! lie af |...rrd to t** ill a. hr returned
\' ct m son 4 Mr and fr m a netiMiur'a yard. SCHOOL HERE
M u: tr Hi. ir nf 3 did fait actMe Aasan rushed him to a hospital DIES
wisorii+lg. autopsy at 1:W pm but be did tn ab ut .
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Negroes Gain in Jobs ,>..

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Wages and Life Span

'" 'M ." "Negl o.., in ">to
from 'h.-
"k' ( *aM'd
W i h UM n W 4a* riat. UJs OR. KING
('retara .t I' M' '(""(-
.1 .t .,.ady tint' In the FEATURED IN

t ..... et'.k *Utu( of LIFE MAGAZINE
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Atwaann. in Life Magazine I
": with
.1J'lIf1 t manly
;4 I r NOI I u an tAtrcing and .
wutatiaie, st.sployinetet. .
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enlightening artier '"lM with J .
..-H qm rtitnitie in .4uhouatnr I
UN rnt arriMt and i impriaon-
I' 'j ; anal vot1AC m nt ii.i. .
: Th n.ctonc dUTernttal be- in Atlanta. Ga. ,. .
:%tram white, and NoItIrt.u; have Wrtt5 by I>Mdon WainLMe -II.'& : It )

agar? .cod"< in 'h*** ai**.. Mtt:0..1 1 i, w.w. staff writ. tc -W a"
"MISS GHANA" MEETS I London fife (,u'1rll'tlil..- vir,<- I ..... la. letter t> President! arlide is ..psllpsd. "MHt r r ull I MMkfijtrwn $ Pewwra, well,
lUng the recent Schoolboy, ExMVlion fn 1 I..ndon. 25- nnnw e.oHiMnying UM re. The JUt-tam- with a aV-hetid40g.. ........ M"oM" : t..
"IK Martin Lather King gets NW 1* II8IIft.! dint M .......,.
that "is
year-old atlas Comfort Kwamma ihana : !:, -itv rl't <*e. r he stated it set a'
.. Oct M .t Nw home
'AI f. ef.m.)lac oe> but a spuretdatatiod $ A *' L PfW. t:2e
meets Trooper Laurie Murnan (,? the U.V tjaH Ht the action"Ssswe I The art <<'1e u Ulutiratrd with Ah* was founder and ptia. ..iJ

Army stand. Comfort came to Britain as nart of h*>r |.rize 1 pietwes of Dr King M he was .f the Ant school tn M anMNeffiMM. 1 tin
for winning the -Miss Ghana" tUeoA'lP rho t el fca* tUmvs m the report Mnrtte and was bring taken Mi.sal Mntmal a.4 1ft
west"Meis-: tA the Georgia e rthaur: whenbe dnstrsal Scho I 1. ..'''.... b.aM in191ft

-- --- - - wa acre td in Mont gut rvrry' and set. pnamlarty KwwnM
w"iie c+ti Mui number '
'Mrs Powers' SdmoL
in 10M.; when .hr met with sit-4n
.art )A +setIIion and eenet.Urie leaders n Atlanta, and white hews Mr Puwn .* *urviv..d hf. a
T"t.haa 11 fMt! of the na-
Rattlers May Play White n population per Since tHe tko pr..OI" ing tor church in daughter., Mrs Kdvl! Me wn end
Atlanta several' .tlM'r r' stiwa:
I i number r I The aitn r (-' v.-rv WN-f1 Many aruw' per" aia IIIUW living .
-> 2& 5 all +gainat a gain if 16.2t4
'rv phase II' I Or King'soa public in the M.ajni.. W M a4f
I' > cat f r whit pM'SOM"I' I ,..r and mMIaOat ..... ef hM.tygreeatteerta tae Mulatto !II... Pew

Team in St. Petersburg Hid 'Itii rr.at xr rate efncraawc I ler_. 1116 ..I M4I .! and all!! hM lint IN .*
VM ... in a Urge v...v hsntlet ease aStrvtcs

.. maure to a ifag in tsve MR- CARVER KICKS will U2.i MId ;.latttedayr
Just h w would: a good Negro .. 1r;r:?l- t bIJMI ng aMu shut death rat*.** It WM 101O .I at : pin fromChimt ,
football team stack up against a '("h a r tft' r. ) or tel -T KM*) pocKfu ia 19S8 aj16J THE WIND OUT OF Methudiot ) unaW the %
good' White team U a question Duty sad. M.jvcr} h- did sot ..... te 19M aM 369 r' ut'I' ol the franc's r..J
many sports fol&-ft. ask. I think St Pet. urg is raadjr tot 1Me. f7eI H.wble ...... rates fr BTW TORNADOESQuarterback Hume .ri* the nV. Ala r 4JI D
An official of the National As- such a es.t.st this y *r.Intagrated wale acre 94. If US and Hail .ffetoltnt Thr It.., w.
aociation of Inters-llrgiate Ath- : torsos fnr MnaH a I.I I.Iisrairiiisil Ernest hart ted
IT I. be .in Mawae at the ...... h roe
lettea has hinted the pos+ t>UHr lest mmtHtffi Hy the Carver hornet to a bruitingsa.o from) mails afMensan WOTfwnera
of flndmg out sa n In St Peters I the NAIA have mat at the Holiday : Prom |otI.... I9M averageoaminga w n yet tow f*Wring BTW I timrW
burg's annual HoUday Bowl &u;1. but no Nf"C1"oeM& ha of nn -wfeite males n Mfnti > Tornadoes Thursday at Mumit4d t
event I pIad agUMt a white Mast 41 ;*r cx 01 that of the -.rrThe' ---- -- -"
Elxecuttve secretary of NAIA, "I t ok tapwafd to the ... wh-i. workers I M per" wnt Asof Hornet quarterback tlLd I
A. 0 Du r. wrote f r-in Kansai when the NASA footb !l programwj ttt !h.! rf the nauoe't nonh three touendoiMU on a 3- <> adnHinna! Hi's Bad RiaMpei
CMy to. Coach Jake Gather of .: be M .......ted a. are 1.1 1 1'f > mile" : wage and salary YaI'CI and rue a J-y.fd sneak Byrd e u.bt UM ArM aerial ans!
rorida; A and U Uolrerstty saying I our other mile program' *." *orfcrt e.rMd P.s&I White;: and a .-,.,... kMcciff ret i... Hea imtfbarit Httdy CantsjrtsVar sq.|
It was W* ',rzanuaUon's; 1a- Doer aa.d, ro*.m earned tf.lM. parsed 21 and 18 yards tor ged the other _



Fashionetta Tonight at PACE 2 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 5, I960 FOR RENT

-- .. -. .- CHOICE I.BEDROOM

Ludlow h" met the bestb CORNER APARTMENTSIn
Bayfront Park Hightower Boxes I ys in this art and should be Finest Building
I a sluht favorite over the smooth
Ludlow at PalaceOn box.ni: Hightowcr. ADULTS ONLY
fme We *isn to express our ap-'
reclatlon to Miami for its support A battle royal will completethe '
in ur past fund-raising efforts Monday e.xht bxit card A .
Many. young ladies will be Jkrmy JII tow.r. clever at 8.30 p.m. I *Cfc CARETAKER APT. NO. T

w anxiously awaiting Nov 4 to see Homestead lixhtwr.ght: meets Joe Watker the Cod,el. BlindB
who will be crowned al ")'l1n veteran Eddie Ludlow at the Lib-
Fash.coetta. She must be an arty City. Palace Arena Monday y wi:: be the announcer

ad.Jt y> ung woman, junior miss _____u______ __ _____'_.N.N_'__N...N-'N_ .........-..._._N.N_...N_ N. N.VN_.....A..A.A..A._. NNsSN ....
'""=- -..- : A6- --n--can -- ... ::: ::: -- ._ ;Ai. M ;;;;: all:
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1"-wa.; .... .. .. -
must be a teenager and Little kO"r.... ..."r... Mr.t': .T.r.M.'l'NRK:NM.M..;M.-r... M;:..;:......-,- -: ;: ;: ;: .M: "=- aw-tIf;;
Miss a young lady at least six
year: of ale.Folowinl 'fF
tt .
: the exhibit of fash- F;
on del.?" will) be dancing or

adults_ : onlyLittlt rt-_______ JI J JI

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nose R!eder. ughter of Mr*.
OH+ i- Reed r of "* fa Locka, RY'
dart .t Bunch Park Elemtntary. r e

.* ,"i Kappa A'pha' Sorority c
."-j.-t'n.! I'Tfe crowd to"I
'h' err: ne4 of Lois
n Fridav Nov 4 at Day-
fr nt Park Auditorium. Fash- I
'ea:: i i- ,ones r.-d by all Al-
Kop* Alpha Chapters thru-
the country Gamma Zeta 6I .fi
r .r, chapter f Miami sponsors
h.rB-tta: : t rare funds fr Its I I
.\'d to the Handirtpped'" project I I

This tear Gamma Zeta Omega I Carolyn White la an
chapter ha undertaken the aud- other charming young 'lady running
t i,rv.traifwn roam at Floral for the title of -Little Mica'
!'..i.0fe.> Bferocntarv aeho:l a, itsP Faihlonrtta."
<>>*et. An auditory-training unit f L
has been prwv:ded this school at
Phyllis WheatleyClub
4 c-t ef about SI 000 This unit
i for the trainin -f the deaf MeetsThe
tnd it enable i teacher<< toT
." at tH"x pupil at one Phyllis Wheatley" Art and
Social Club met on Monday
night. Oct 24 for business and
Classic Special recreation at the home of Mrs. E SOLICITS MIAMI VOTE-During Sen. Jack Kenned,'* 9

n Jones 2 sass NW 48th Terrace. visit to Miami last month he made a special appeal for Dade Count,'* Il
Mrs, J net proved to be a wonderful -
Trains Shaping upTaliahairr hostess The dub is mak- Negro vote Shown with the Senator at the Fontainebleau Hotel above

ing plans for itt annual tea to beheld are Johnson Davit, executive chairman of the Dade Democratic Committee
Reservations for at the Sir John Hotel on
the Orange HloMom Classic November 20. Invitations are being ; Frank Reeve, National Democratic Committeeman and Ken. t
'M-cia! to the Orange Blossom placed in the mail and their the
nedy aide; Henry Arrington, Southeastern Regional Director for
C'a: we in Mi.T Dec 10. are friend are cordially invited to
pi'tug in, accord ng to James attend Mrs Pearl Wise ne of Kennedy-Johnson campaign; Sen. Kennedy and Senator George
Otis MubkyMi the faithful metnbers. is In Jackson Smather
bl<-\ chairmin of the committee Memorial hospital and club
that t* chartering the members are urged' to visit her
tra n to Miami for the classic We wish her a speedy recovery' ..._
nd Wednesday. Nov 9, is the The next meeting will be held at
''a t day for making reservationsfor
the home c/ Mrs Bertha Lewis
the chartered train 724 NW 4th ave. on the secondM We Urge YOU to
The nday in next monthMn .
train will ntain a club
M Price,
'ar. d.wr! and dancing facilities
I Daniels,
to the c'anaic. The train reporterMIAMI
ner He s
'leaves IVnuaco1! 6.30: am. on -- -- ----
IKv 9. and leav Miami at 10 tl VOTE FOR
ail Dec 11. TIMES ADS

For complete information write DONT COST THEY PAY
Jamr* OtL. Mob 312 rershlrvg
St Tallahassee CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
Get, tour reservaionsn/ today

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I Our----Past--- ( This ANP i FEATURE Week i KENNEDYX:

Nov. I. 1917 Ju ius R eenwald man paper was characteriz-
Fund for educational, scientific iud by its witty and poignant -
and cwitu a" purposes was editorial style' Dabneywas
01'....'<<1. also a 1 **r of books 3
Hi, library was,,. consideredone
Nov. 3. 1917 lint Amencaucamatfee of the moat extensive
in' France during owned by a Negro lie was JOHNSON I
World War also a musician, composer,
politician and an c Elector '
JC v. 4. 1889 The American
Convcmion of Abohtwn so- Nov. 9. 1731 Bnj.min Binnek .
c WMh1AitM. 1C. was born in Baltimore
County Md He was inventor -
:'.:uv.t., Uk* Wendell Philita
of the Ant striking clock
D teiwy. rays deceased (June in America. i NOVEMBER 8
3. IMC>)> ua j m in Rich
mond. Va nown as the Nov 5, 1873 MaJ c Jobn R- (I
Grand Old Man f Journal- Lynch congressman trwnMI'l.tpPl
i T>. he was editor and pub. elected' in 1873
!:shrr of th fnx>n, a week and 1877 Laved in Chicago as a
:>. in Cine tit its one Uw>'cr. died in 1939 AND SUPPORT THE ENTIRE 1-


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There' Are no Lots Cheaper In I| KENNEDY-JOHNSON CAMPAIGN

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Colt Leader SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1960 PAGE 3 L

F r further information contact
Attention Veterans Joseph Steward Post Comtnaa- ,
Convicted of Treason MT. ZION der Edurard Ilanna Jr., or Mur- ,
The American Leflon. William ray James Jr. '
November 0 through 12 is Henry Bethel Post. 281 is urgingall We are having an affair everySaturday
American Education Week and veterans to come In and Join night either In the Center .
Kingston Jamaica Claudius the Mt. Zion Baptist Church" will community Leionnalre
with us and make our or the home of a -
Henry. leader of a back-to-Afri- WHITE YOUTH conduct special services crnpha-' a strong one In which to Irve. indl J
Ca movrnrtent am"tig Jamaican siring the theme: "Strengthen' -- ----
Negroes, was convicted of treaon RELEASED FOR Schools for the 60'*.
and felony and sentenced to TIre church has planned a pro.

10 )ears knprisonment. JAX SIT-IN gram which they feel is commensurate i ,. : nii'W
Fourteen followers c/ the self- with the '<<8sIOl1. Dr. Joe
styled), minister: of the Rastafarian Jacksonville The power cf Hall superintendent of Public :
cultists received' prison terms c ncerted protest was shown Instruction in Dade County will .
ranging from three to five rearson again October 27 when authorities speak at thr 11 o'clock hOur. Aspecial ,1
here released Richard frank teachers" arrangementwill .
the same charges I
The trial mas Jamaica' first Parker frmo Jail after he had be had at 7:30: in the even- w4 \ :
served 60 of 90-day( sentence. -
days a
involving treason dferges sincea toe.
treason law iwas, enacted in The community" schools ra 1 1t
1839. Parker a white student at Fit. Phvlli WheatJey, Bunche Park ;
P lice raided Henry headquarters State University Tallahassee, was J R. E. Lee Poinciana and Ul- I' ,4r ,
here last March and jailed August 2* for taking part lie C Evans will have special
said they found stock I explosives In sit-in demonstrations sponsored pla's Choir N2 will furnish
knives correspondencewith td Negro y:uth. mic. I
CUban Prime Minister Fidel He and his attorney Earl M. The church extends a most cor. ..
Castro and document allegedly Johnson attributed his early release dial invitation to all school per'onnel !!
outlining plans for an attempt to to protests which descended to come and be with them .-
werthrow th* island government' Uon; city officials after it became in the recognlti n of this occasion -
Henry a native of Jamata.mltrlwd I known that Parker was in Jail which gives opportunity for ,
with his family to the I with a broken Jaw, received a ewer working together of the _I) j ; \
United States In the late 1920 when hal hit by a sejrega- church the family and the i t r "im. ..
JIv returned' to the island about tionistSympathizers chert. w.It. ,
from all the
20 month ago and immediately over
launt'twdhe cult movement' United States sent him money Christian '
SocietyAnniversary :
and books. With the extra fundshe
His san. Ronald two o rAm.rinns t
purchased milk which enabled .
and a Jamaican have
him back of the
gain some
sentenced t. Nana for the weight he I .t in the early daysof The Mt Sinai' Christian S t'1f.- J .1
murder of fellow member of
his confinement He had been '. wise celebrate It. 35th annlve !- .1I
the Rastafarians The two Americans *.. Sunday Nov 13 3 -I
unable to eat solid foods because rv pm
are William Jeter. 23. of fracture at the Mt Sinai Baptist Church
Pattern, N J. and Eklred Morgan. of hit jaw ...
Parker who plans to renter' Mlt VW 5th pt... Rev S A
22 of Boston. PSU if they'll accept him. said he Th east rw'1r' Mrs Lula Moran -
The younger Henry. Jetw and t I' nr-tMmt of the
received" about 20 letters a day *ocJetyThe
three 4tr cult members' also
public Is invttcd.ly f
face during the latter part of his stay
murder charge in tire ambush
in He ,.aid
jail ::
death of to British soldiers"
"1 feel good and I want tothank
nrfeo took in raid
part a on a
all the people who support.ed 1 rnferred.
Rajtafari last June
camp me and backed me t plan to .*" *"M J rt..,...
; and will continue to participate Chief Parade Marshall
AJ CONGRESS in drmonstrati ns against segregation manse nkxson Cta-slc
URGES PARDON My tune in jail has not Parade N19
I dvcreawrd! by dedication t. this .11
FOR DR. KINGNEW cruse at all." :

YORK The American Looking for PAD? I
Jarlsh Congress-today called on Notice on Classic a In Fine Whiskey. .

Goy S Ernest Vandiver of Cecelia Parade FloatsThe Slick Chicks or Big Dad
to grant a pardon to the Rev FLEISCHMANN'Sis J
Martin Luther King, integration- annual Orange ni MOm No Squares
it leader sentenced to four Classic Parade will be held on
months imprisonment by a Decs- Saturday afternoon Dec. 10 at
tur. Ga curt"Regardless 12JO: This year's parade prom- CATS, but positively the BIG buy t
of the charge Ices to be the greatest in the .history NO BRATS -
technically laid against Dr. King of the event \
the whole world will know his .

imprisonment and make is an a exmple move% to of punish him. ENTER organUat FLOATSAll n*. businesses We'll deal with a wheel 90 PROOF is why!

becuse of hU effective J le artooh and other that
groups Brine Bread
in the effort t end racial segregation.
would like V> enter floats or other
Dr J echim Prrnz. AJ
units in the parade must obtain 4190 N.W. BlCNOCO WHISKEY 50 POOf II% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
32nd Ave.
Congress president declared in a
prrmissi from and THE riCISCHMANN NEW I
the Georgia
telegram to governor
the same with Chief Parade
Marshall Elliott J flex at the f
this Ac1ie on y ur the part law to halt downtown office of the Miami wjgg TMggnanHn :.rIi .rJl S2 S .u;: 'Np 3 ..u..m J.f6ur .
perversion of enforcement
Times 1112 NW 3rd are. TO
machinery of the State 32236 by or before Monday I
of Georgia will be convincing Nov 21 float
Any r other unit
pro t that the democratic system that's not eonftrmrd by Nov 21. THE DADE COUNTY YOUNG
of require' that
government justice
will not be permitted to enter
and morality prevail onrWI'.ndic1JYtGaa the parade

and bigotry"telegram tbe. All Seats mat., be attractive I DEMOCRATIC ASSOCIATION |
American Jewish Congress
press'Lisle a worth*Mto addition -
asserted' to the parade, and a creditto 1
in* or.*fU,*ttoa which it represent | ENDORSES THE FOLLOWING
Knife Wielder *.

Hunted in be In the other type words that all add floats to must the |i KENNEDY for President

Stab Death beauty of the parade and must
be of sued that the. organization
Metro homtctde detectives which they represent can weU) PresidentSTATE
Sunday were investigating the be proud i JOHNSON for Vice

fatal stabbing of a Coral Gables. Mi; uf these r.:" w:.) be yctDENTUftl ,.
man who bled to death before hecould I
reach a hospital DEMOCRATIC TICKET

Slain in an argument with asofar \
uaxiemified suspect was Vote For All State Democratic Candidates
CUja rv:>rter. address unknownHe ,'
was subbed in a boarding r
heue at 2:6 Ftonda ave The
knife wound severed an artery I.
police said qp Vote for JACK GORDON
In critical c cdUion at Ken- I
dan Ho utal eau Jacob Green, k t'T

29 stead.of 421 SW 2nd ave. Ifeme. CUSHIONS \ -* VOTE NO For The Fourth Amendment t,

Charged with assault with intent ..rssaft-lstel
to commit murder was Porter ue.terlylLaaaerars VOTE FOR ALL DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES
weetar 6ts IwSr I
Harris 29, of no fixed address.
Homestead. -algae. ....

P Homestead Lice said Harris officer fired E. a McAl shotat .- ... 1 TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1960

biter as be Ted: the shooting
erne" at Green'f feouse. McAllister I" OFFICERSDr.
brought Harris to a halt HARLEM DRUG CO.

when' he fired a shot over his George H. Green .............,.... ........................ President

head. 1400 N.W. and Ava. MiamiGive Charles Higgs .......................................................... First Vice President i

Mrs Evelyn Carter ........................................ .... Second Vice PresidentMrs.

NERVES the much needed treatment Addis Pierce .....................................,............ Third Vice PresidentMrs.

your Mary Brown ....................,. ................. ........ ...", SecretaryDr.
RELAX Evenings at the FabulousAfroAmerican Elmer A. Ward Chairman of Board

BarYou I For Free Transportation to The Polls Call I

I Ffi 1-8036 Ffi 4-0283 FR 4-8779

will find the ATMOSPHERE Pleasantly

Congenial 1 HEADQUARTERS AT 636 N.W. 2ND AVE.

Pd Pol Adv

719 N.W. 62nd Street __-__._
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$ TV, 321 NW Srd Avt.
l*. .:;-:! -liir-A orUtrd Keen* 1'rea1lrinb I '1 has the skill and equipment to
.I UM %....'na1 'rMahpee P&bIt11ber' A8eM1A.Io. coax an easy-Of-the eye picturefrom
any old set.lf yours needs
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lat->i S* I'nlaytenin>:r we listened to a very interest
c+-n t'ri' -er It :litu Station WFEC'. Participant
.; mem. t"1- f the Committee on Human Dignity, the k

I.. The .:ere iiib*Cln, prwident of the NAACP : and the
\ Edward 'j.i Graham, pastor of Mt. Zion Baptist r

.n h I ? outstanding l leaders in Miami: A. D
.111/.rr. ma ajt.:: of the Central Life Insurance Co in Ml. -- "-

.,fr!. and alau president of CORE and George McKelvey
rianr of Shy Il's City.It B pcp...:r (1-ind; Honk c ,n tc"t > c:_"J.f SUPMMREDUCED REALTY
8u.ard and he fabu. .uj M.d- t :-3:: oar.d sy Jtt
will bt remembered that 18 members of COKE n.at.k' ica'ursz B y 03....St :. a -rb.nat.on that's
n 1.r f rvfuml service in the Shell's restaurant. They did :., Hank M ere and band, will: v ". ntra.ded M the b bbjoen -
b* the star attraction at tae tfciifftit Adnti'awn priee
; lea viwh* .' asked to do so, and were arrested, triedgien Harlem Square dub Ballroom.SttBdajr ,! are: A<*vMre $1 M and $150 aWe 2 bedroom Florida room.roof tiles
'4 nd Mi unded sentences.Th majhU, Nev 13 The door
floor All rooms
Miell store was boycotted and picketed. dance and allow pcka 4 i on-
This dfccuivion meeting was arranged by hart) oM Benevolent;by th AIIIOCY(J bon lorpd PK: MrOrT.es PTA Meets largo and pacliuft. Warranty

: I', mier ojv' ';C, who tUo sensed as moderator. It w" "' iife ted th.t Lou make Monday Night Deeds.t .
T'ltie dicvus. tor wa frank on both side and we be- your tabt: ervatfon easy asa
tea jt crowd TV Ho.mf f : : '
anticipctcdAmonc E.ementary
.r t Mime ti+
lactWy rc*uitn will be attained. No closing costs
the MicHufthten' tabu- PTA wti!: k.cklf American Ed-
Gibbon ana Graham.contended that if Shell's accept loa reeordin' are "Annie Had woa-\a Week Mah a meeting incafvtrorum i
'PJCroetJ' mtwuy in other departments of the store, then a B*bv "F ifr I'c -'", T -w "* i 1e at 8 o'clock MonA No balloon mortgages
a--l "Rleg-A-G.n;-A" The I day R .t. apectel MI
-Utur..l.t shouid also be program
opened to them and ,
; wanted to 1211 NW. 75th St. S900 Dow""
group' mpen of IMBM
n punt Mmcd to educate the pa*
R it if and u"!>en the restaurant will be opened to all rmm t- among like nasal JeWI rent ss/ hto rM en {foitttfe t. hu 7521 N.W. 12th Ct StOO Down,
mer*. after In Ute. a Ufttl) So JtaAd- hil'dlWt." "

ht.-Ir. mai.aK'er said they were the first to integrate' ---- -- 7520 N.W. 12th A v-$1.000 Down
M ,inch counter lie said teat t ley employ Negroes -, -
'. I' C' in maiMjf, ,1all poItl5n Aid| they have been cashing ban!' Day Nun ery. the Y\V and YMCA Greater Miami
Urban league, the Senior Citizen $100 down $20 Mo.
k. for NviiiueK when othEja refused. He had receivu lighthouse! for the
...ii4 ee e, letters from both Blind. Boy Scout*, the Welfare Planning Council and the
races congratulating Red Crow Buys your lot in New Ltbr y
I on the! .and they h.:4 )ken and many of them City or Goulds. Terrific Invest
h. their rt. Rd. .7% rC When you subscribe to this fund you are helping lent buying now for future

Wht-n. McK.-J\ey said they will open when others do these! agencies to help otherIle an liberally a,. you can profit.
.\jO(... torn him 26 lunch counters and restaurant-. plea. -- --- --
H iiitejrmu.. and had reported no incidents, but an in. ... $300 down S65 Mo.
O''t' in bti 4fu. 4. ,r. ... .- -_ -
I' mortgage no balloon n 0 clot
'htdkcuftfion may have done little mere than kept Ing costa, 2 bedroom. Fla. room
j I' the line.' ,II communication between the ABC Mortgage Co.
two fac-
.'j The boycott 6034 N.W. 23rd Avenue
of the store by Negroes continue

703 Scytold Bldf. FR 1.1493 Drive by and .*.. then call anytime

Guwrnor LeRoy Collin has proclaimed November First and Second Mortgages FR 1-5641

1 i., i.gtun i. /nverican Life Month. lie aIM
urged Flor- Home .
Improvement Loans Small
.,;.. :fumilie attend their churches regularly. This Monthly PaymentsNo -.

mil t8 Ihi t+j j good advice and if adhered to. will un- Inspection Fee
";r'.t.diy. IJrh'J
results.Hation I .
Combine aU your debts into one esy paid mortgage" TOOTH
Tile tub calls attentntion to our rights to ACHE :=-
"r+hlp beiuaranteed\ by the Constitution and tells Phone FR 1 t4 J-Our representative will", call on you .... p.s ... I..' SO his.SS..Nwee .
... .... .
: men and u ,men of all faiths have helped to buildr immediatelyFree s.y ,.. e KS.. rerl..-
('uuiltr '. 7' ...
) e resolution OUIQ
: Compilation Regarding Your Mortgage Plann>'' .. ..... .....
",,'Jlt1t1.. S, SIiritualigor has always been an im- ... ...... .... ORA.JEL'

,"rum part &1 the American character and our nation "' ." .. -- .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ ... .._._.._._.._._.._._.._ .
t ..- i on a days of its ,. ..'-.. "..:... ...' "...... .. .. -- -- .- _
loJundllig. and ; : :: :: ..--., .........'"........;..:;....ee.;;.;...:..::_:.::...:.:k...:;:..*...*....*-..*...7..*-..=......*..-"*.-..-:-;

"HKRK tS. Freedom of worship is one of the 9

f' I.t> guaru. d to us by, he Constitution: and our hiss ti=
Ir..rJ > >huw, t the men and women of all faiths have The SWING

tit-;litui i' to buiii. this country, and t is to =I

"WHKiiEAS.: Whatever the form of worship religis JI

", an i i.i*> IK and ennobling influence in our indivi- )ftw ft
duaI lives MHO a the affairs of the community, state and
nation, and 8

"\VHEKEJtS. The niunth of November ha& been set I BM

asuie all Kelt* 'A in American Life Month to emphasize 8

the importance of religion in our daily lives, and to retail:: H
to our atten i ic'., the fact that the foundation of the 31y JKENNEDYs ;

United States a* laid by men and women who believed r'e::.(,
in God and Hi. influence human affairs; II

*NO\V. therefore. I. lA'Roy Collins, by virtue of the I=. I .:

ituth'ntjeh i in me as Governor of the State of Florida. =

do bert b., '..rod..im0\ n r. 1960 a* Religion in V...
American Life Month in Florida, and call upon all the
i coplf of the tate to find a firm foundation for their .::1_{
faih: in the Clt ator through regular attendance at their i: From The Courthouse to The White House J::

churches and synagogue+." ;.u


The Unite,; Fund 9r. fttd its annual campaign on : JOHNSON f.

Tuesday evening. The goal this "er i# set at x.26.44.: t* NOVEMBER 8th
Advance gift* of $734 3"O have been pUnigetl.) U FASCELL 9:

There art '>4 agent '. lit:! extent upon thi fWMd.

They are probably i well known to tn- general jmbHc ; ELECT BRYANT 1
However We want t. name ..*mv of them that ar :3 ti*
m'.re familiar 'o most of our readers. They are R (Pd Po' Ad i ..

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PAGE 6 MIAMI- --- -TIMES SATURDAY- --MIAMI, NOVEMBER, FLORIDA 5, 1960 (Florida U. and Southern U.

I Archie WHAT'S THIS Moore? ? ? Beaten '1- 2 in Grid RatingsTEAMS

CLASH S-nith. a nes'comer North Caro-
tin, College Allen and Tuskegee,

After Nineteen StraightROME NOV. 19 IN LA. Johnson C. Smith will face a 1

troublesome Virg.nia State in a
-- Ua.y: G.ulio Rinaldl.ia -- THE PIGSKIN HUDDLE CIAA tilt, but should win. NOG ,
I is idle Allen will take on tough t!"'
.gered' ancient Archie Moore for ANP
GRID SCORESFAMU By LulK Virgil Ovrtea but J- "= t 1J'
.. -a-;> n ght and handed the Benedict in an CIAC game ,
g : Ca").eight chamj/.on his SOWinSalem Carolina St 0 Savannah State at Alabama' State will pull surprise and win. '
defeat m nearly four years.Pie 2S J. C. Smith 14 Howard at Hampton Tuskegee in uld have no trouble
43->v rid chanvion was W. Va. St 12 Ky. State 10 I Lincoln (Pa.) at St Paul's" with Miles. .

....a shape at the end of the Tuskegee It Ft Valley IS, Morehoutt at K"ov.11I. |I Alabama State seek.nj higher ,
"> .:':.1 in O)>mptc Sports Palace. Hampton SS Lincoln 2]|, Tuskeo" at Milts ratings will take care of Savannah L
:in :"'*' non-t.tle affair Rinaldi was N.C. All SS Morgan StKnoivllle 6 Albany State at Llvl"gttOttAllt" State. In other games featuring .1f
...r<2"tM dvcidon. Fisk 1C 0 at Benedict j SIAC teams. Morehouye
M .re bad gone unbeaten in N.C. Col. SI Shaw 0 Morrh at BethuneCookmanEilxabet will toy with Kn xville Be-
.y! f..hU since he was clobbered Benedict It Mile (Ala.) 7 I City at Fayettevllle thune will rout Morris. Dillard
Paturson .n the 1936 heavy I St Aug. ItLivingstone Elix. City 14 I Virginia City at JoHnson C. Smith wail edge Clark. FUk will nudge I
:.v boil fer! the vacant tit>. 4t Voorhe 11 Lincoln (Mo.) at Kentwcy State.. Lane and Mississippi Vocati nil Straightenyour
In the ck.*s, minutes of the Ala. AAM 22 Ala. St 20 Virginia' Union at Morgan ,sill take South Carolina State.In .
its: v .d man' Moore from SanD Va. State 27 Va. Union 12 ,, Texas College at Prairie View
t' Miami etc. etc was Dlllard SO Tougato 121 I AAI at Florida AAM. the CIAA it will be Hampton hairat
"...r..1 drunk The ref gave him Prairie View 17 Ark. St I Jackson at Wiley over Howard. St Paul's
.:1 ei.fct cejnt although he was Philander Smith 14 Jarvls 0 Delaware State at Maryland Si breaking a losing streak over
i..: O. 11\1 feet I Southern 27 Texan Col. IBtohop Grabbling at Texas Southern Lincoln! (Pa.), Winrton-Salem HOME in one

Arc-.e kvt 11.000 frf hY 126.000 Rust 1SMorehevs 6 Silem at West Virginia State with: a havpy: bomecmlng upset
.r e becwtse he was pverxright U Clark 0 St Augustine at WinttonSalemhomecoming over St. Augustine Elizabeth easy application
!:1 it ( I ) City nipping Fayettevllle and
agreed to werfga 1S5 pounds .
caied Ho-Hum 80-0 Philander Smith at Ark. AM&.NDillard Morgan rocking Virginia Union. New yea eaa have s.v e.paatgs
: 41W4 to Rinaldi'i eaay-to-styU.t.n"h'

131'. at Clark Lincoln ('-0 i will pull hair that won't go U-ek! .,.n
RATTLERS! i Lane at Clark a .ur.pr.M' -
M <-.nr wa* stripped of his State U _u-t. humid ....b.,
Mississippi Industrial at P. Qulnn over Kentucky: In a
i.t. btbt' American National aTaiy..follow dir.ctinns
Mia*. Vocation at S.C. State Midwestern Conference ganr:
Jacksonville Florida A&M
E x,ng Astcciatton earlier this Out ....,>pa.k guarantee itrrwypaekag >
West will
State it be Jackson
rode rough-thod over South Southern at Tenn. over
but k LON
was a&aounced as
Wiley. Arkansas AMJcN
Carolina State in the Cat-r Bowl ever
Aor'.d! ehampon bet re the FLORIDA AND SOUTHERN Philander
II \ Smith and
-. .- ...tne*.ed by a croud of Saturday night winning. 80-0 for HEAR HUDDLE RATINGS Tndiutrtal Paul Mississippi TLX..M..MJlatOfiUJI **- +
.. .-. Ifxh straight win of the I I Over Qunn
.4 M, re *:.:. it rec cmzed' year. .Wbw'a inq..Mw Mu
.. "r.(1 cn fnptoQ by Florida, The Rattlers pushed their I Rating the team. bv the end of I j I Rouadtng out the schedule, itWI. .
N point-making fer the season to t'ufootball M'NOn111' be atootna / ally r
> Y rk and European boxing n t : be Welt Virginia State over
t .;;>> 3i3 for a -point per game average. very tou.h >.b It afi ears that |' Salem and Uvtafsftene with a %-tar A4U o
I f. winner of the Honda AAM i *
I ttppv homecoming over Albany Big Coon my Jar

NORTHWESTERNROMPS Soth Car lima State, winless Southern game on Saturday j State.Don't. ....-... 1125
N'ov 19 will:: be the decisive till '
after six outinjs. to the \&)..1JO.ard rti.
OVER line in the tint periodin mythical The Rattlers national are the defending I ..... 'r j
ehamp ClI. Mrs qp.N
its deepest penetration
NORTH DADE They are ratedth.rd in the t p Sll.j1
Quarterback.. three touchdn Emory ..Cbl.." erthr to 10 nationally among small college I I Fret- fight I II !
33.6it..ttckcaptain ; Florida A&M will meet a
AA-M to a 44-0 half-time
tough team this week ;n the AATAfgtas STALL
lead. Join The NAACP
A&T 11 ranked sixth in I C8SII01CC8UWTaS
M a r o n I
Coluer: five the Huddle ratings but Floridais
passed yards to .
: x : JT. !.ed the N nhwestem srysNertxs
End AUiUs Wise for AJ M's Arstacute No 1 Therefore the winner _
:' lies 33-6 football vtcv.r -
c tv a I. I
*il! be Florida
North Dale's Thuader-' and Quarterback Ted' I,
Richardson punched over from S uthern. ranked' m-cond, has
:ci Satur4a> mght at Miami
the for the second an even more rilf.oult opponent
Sa1.sm ne The Rattlers -
went on a JO-potnt scoring' thit week. Tennessee State, rated Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted

1'tter,.0et ro 76 and 90 yards I spree in the second quarterIn fourth. Southern wilt be on ; Guaranteed ...................... ........ $4.75

.,:nduwn. and kicked two the fourth period James the road too and it is difficult Your Portrait-Only .............. $1.00
I n.
cx'ra Also for flbe for TUiUng team to win in
puns a
.' *rre Fv.JN.ck scoring Joe Walker 'I Tti.a: went CO wards from scnmmsge N'asfavUe The Huddle! sticks with Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios w

: \and*. Halfback Leroy WL- Parrxr for a. touchd wn. and Robert the visiung Jaguar Cats Guaranteed Watches .......... from $6.95
cre scored on a 37-
40 >*.rc.bh a pas in- rated third The,
yard punt return Grambttfig is "
',e:'cept. ,n I aDd Halfback Bobby DAVID JEWELERS
Tnec: have I at only to South
85 .> I ; ern They play another highly 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave FR 4-1522 r ,
N 1hG scored oo Full. ,Iy rated clews, Texas Southern e
.. Ko Barn. a S? yard locket j Men and Women TSU is rated ftftfc: Tius wtl: be I- -I
: canal:
a .r period snottier game that could go either
but .oeks like Gramb-
wa> .t
RATTLERS GET Train for Civil .:ng fry the Ho44.eMary : CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF
.*** State, nod *'\ has
NATIONAL I Service Positions I p,0...ed s.. its !;.u,a garots The BEAUTY CULTURE
GRAMMAR SCHOOL Ha"k> *av *.d calve &c tr ube
I 11& also n& JL the CIAA PraineVje
l'r..v.r&.ty reciakxed I a tea* that ccu-d' 'ike .' Fascinating Work Unlimited
po..:.oo w...., u NAME. ADDRESS a.., a ranked' trs The Panthers
'" = tease adSWMIg tiM B>. PHONE NUMBER wul have some' rat; bvi"shouid Only Halr-Weev Training Center In The South
.. mall c.liege football P.O. Box 4712 ate care of Texas Cc..

t ..r Atsieas. O4e ven, Miami 1, Florida l.df tege Ceatra, Suu rv.t4 Inn, j Write today for further information

.. ..;r. .o4 ta r As 6cuie4 Press \ ti-e R_--.. ig oc-'I tUker"a 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Mimi! Florida
inrush the jest Iwo weeks, d era ra!rags are Jtf.r oc C ,

,'""' aquevsod a otoM of Leno.r
:-. a b> taw MMgkn of a single

n.c t.ru w*ks p 1. .
u.... t'nivers&ty ,4 t ,4-' 37 I 110-""'::

:.craws Kay (2) (45.. i 3-Bedroom FHA Homes
a F... A A; M (1> (4- tIt TV Service Calls $J."
& ...,.. Guar (-1) 34 1
Tofu ,1. ,1.:1

-CI t4 a.twOf'.A (6-'i 24 I First time ever offered FHA approved, brand new i 1 ALL MAKES ALL MODELS Plus Par**

Svu I.uoau ,I... 24 cloae-ia CBS 3-bedroom, spacious homes for only .
6 H..mb>>i 9 1 -a T' Teachers (6-i 17

tL) S E. 1 -....u (6-0) If i $22,500: !J i WE BUY SELL AND TRADE V SET?

Boat Club to MeetA. JI
I Ai little as $400 down payment, which I 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX l-80v

: members of pie Mxfray, includes t .. .,
I closing cost. Monthly payments --- -- ..... ..... .
Boat Ci-b Inc are ur vd to at. 1 .1. .---.......'" ------ '- L 1 1 17

cend a meeuag Sill of importance on I $76. One mortgage until paid. No balloon k I ".,,-'JJ" -'A'L..., y eiigfr gea 4i .J.J
N.-V 7 at pm at the Car
penter's Hell.! 2tt NW 4b St. I note, no second mortgage.
Please: plan to attesd. MIDWAYFISH
William Thurstoo, cfcaunun I s :! '
William Russell stereury


I LOT OWNERS, CONTACT us FOR YOUR II Come in and Get AcquaintedWe

FOR RENT specialize in fresh fish daily
Centrally I personal applications at our model home I CONCH

$8.50 Hot .and$10.50 cold water$12.80 I Fairlawn Homes Inc. I It [i' ; Fresh And Fish All at Kinds All Times

per w *k Give us a trial you'll be pleased you did

654 N.W. 13th StMr i-t 2466 N. W. 62nd St. I Friday Monday) Saturday thru 8 a.m.Thursday- 9 p.m.8-a.m.Sun.to 7 8 a.nx p.m.- 1 p.m

*. E. Taylor. t I 2230 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8269



oa ;'JI'YA)nrv.rrrroa .... .- -- --

zw .'..II. er...-..*.:|( 1

Edison Center Paint
--- Headquarters .t
where H mestead mailman
member' of nudist
!: itrN61 r6vwr i iw ivr. Lrrry4 e ,'' orpn-
Ization has been fired. Seemshe PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF IIOMhSLicea :

HEY TAXI! And a cab pulls up I I lost his job because he allowed .4 1"11 iMtwrttf

to the cart>, you get in and tell II his nude pictures identify Clr Mlvtd, Free ",.. Eatimativn and C**suttatseo
the driver where you want to go; in h'm as an employee of the
I "l riMn P-i-t Co. Inc. 628 NW "2nH Si
you tit back, and up beside the --- Post Office to appear In a nudist ,
driver is a woman. She, too, must caused' Time ,
Next was the big: blow The magazine. This it seems, payment plan| a."il"hlf'-Phnn"> PI 'I'11I
be a paxenger You arrive at 'embarratflment t. the errrloyew'
your destination, get out of the mortgage people foreclosed' .' on of the Homestead Post Office,
house and took that: -- I've
cab and pay the driver.A my Guess his actions did not have
al.o f und out in my plight that
their tamp of approval, so he
little later you need a cab I don't even have any friends
had be cancelled.' Do "C'Q
to ) suppose
S .eft Worse. I'm down to the nit
again. you call, and the same
he was' trying to out-do
cab the call gritty Can '\.1U tell me whatto I Brown
answers -'with the ty ) Barefoot Mailman? j Brothers' Enterprises, Ltd.
tame w man, still riding up front. d to get me out of thi* itua- t
If she'd tion Some people are indifferent: t i inudbm
s get any to t h e I'
driver, the would be riding on Despondent but others, like the' Will help you solve your land problems in any area
Homestead mailmen
other side who objected
the ol the door. Thisis
a bad thing and it can be danger Dear Despondent, -get nervous about It. Must !In Nassau Write to
us to the point of causing an I'm honored' teat you *h uld have been more than they could

accident, or even killing some- ami me to jive you advice With bare Brown Brothers' Enterprises Ltd.P. .
Speaking f nudist bod 7.The. all of the bad tuck you've had, I
can only suggest that you take about a couple of fellows

driver's mind can be diverted the 21 bus ride down t. true his job. by the Flagler Street to the Courthouse, first they fmind. was covered by
presence. of his woman beside take the elevator to the 27th Insurance. The other, they dis-

run. This sort of thing must floor, go up to the r ot-A.\U c-vered, was a detective an
STOP This happens in mosts JUMP" u-H rrcover man?

uthern cities, and mostly 1 am reminded of a little storycovering ..
among Negro driven. And In WHEN AND .IF Metro takes thank gnndne*."') this
itne. or most other cities If a over the bu lines. I am almost subject It flrrms a little boy anda
policeman catches a cab driver sure the driver .will have to go little girl were standing out LICENSE{ !
with any passenger in the fronts civil .crvwe. or at (east that's the side the wooden fence enc at. he gets a ticket. p lacy of all major cities that pattcd a nudM colony The littrebov.

Captain Oran Caudeil! of the v lpHate public transit lines perking through a knot-hole BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OHFAIMV ( .
11 in St. Precinct, inform methat What I am jetting at .sell& it's was asked by the little girl.
this If Metro takes the -What do '" "Pe"
I war over you see he and his Itcemen
p are going 11..... and 1fX"e.t b a public As his answer "Are they mm O'BERRY'SMACIC
to crack' down this sort
of thing which also. includes ut.iity and it becomes a civil service or omen'" she then a,ked. Herr
the will \lied "I can't tell haven'tany ,
operation county CITY DRIVING SCluu"
cleaning, tip the local pool halls
!lave to employ Negro bus operators clothe on"
aaa breaking up gangs on streetc 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
and provide a bus training
ehooi" for future bus drivers
if you call a cab andhe OX 1.5283
Wh.tr and Negro alike.
cab has a lone woman passenger

ju.t pass him by and call the No.' e ne the dim If Negroes BRIEFS UMTHEATRE f ..-- r.sue .. .
ourr > and ask for another
? any TOUR
apply for the juts and pass the
cab. If lone female
the rider was
test en be or will tie. be ,topped .
she would be GROUPD
a pajtvnger the back seat. sittingin from driving becaue of W SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT TilE
O Prater's Unon Or will the
union open lU d ors and accept S Randolph Edmonds
WITH ALL THE G.'lna *n Negro members All of this must head of the department or EBONY
around the clubs, Clyde Kittens I'I be looked into before Metro speech and drwna al PorJdaAAM l
waN present a show that's "TheEnd Unhrersitr. visited the
takes ever the bus linw I think
", As eve always said, Clyde it w did be a guard idea if ourS campus of the University of Miam Motel & Restaurant
ts the ,smoothes rite club opens +p.a Mayor. Charlie Hadley last week to evaluate the I

r in our fair city. found out fnim awns of the univrnity'a tlaver wh' are preparing -
unit Commissioners what the fur an overseas tour \ r .on lilion Television Telephone' in every room
PRETTY GIRL .f the Week -
will be far
story as as the Negroou
Dr Edmondt u a member of
Catherine Mapp Man About
Tuwn: RapJiu WUUam Po- :erned dH\"f'nn; Miami are con- the Clverse-a Touring Q minit- PI! one Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway
Onn I.c' snan CaudeU of the. Week Teacher Captain of the Theater tee of the Hi American, trip here Educational wa as a Riviera Beach Fla. 1 mite north of W. P n ach
week' : Mrs. Willie Mae James about coming mmUxr uf that cunvnlttee A
to me responsible people inur
c mmittee member must evaluate
Iublic Servant of the week: Lo- still
rean Carr ((433 Oar). community Io are the play of Curing roll e
sh iping at Strril' City Unless
payers'! before they go on tour.
You stay out of there until a sat-
INTEGRATION was at work :sfactory aettleroeftt is reached The f.1n'I'd,1' educator also CHARLES' POULTRYAND
feany.. many years ago (in theS with the managiTOCflt I will Mart brinf Del Mar Solrrn. director vt
nth ithout anyone ever raisin oailirvi name So until further the Miami thrapians., bia staff. FISH MARKET
a voice against it and that notice STAY OUT OF SH ILL OS and their pJarrr on touring ,'ondrt -
was the job held by Negroes ona CITY' on. for group overseas The fresh Fish Daily Fresh Killed Poultry Groceries
locomotive A4 far back a* I FAMU PlaymaJirrs. under Dr
remember' there has i T'i: next efk Live Life, Meats Fruits Vegetables
can been a "" .K.mond'a>> direction' made a 10-
white engineer" and a Negro fireman every Go den Minute f it Prcr' nab t) tour of Africa under his
No nutter how y:u look at SHOW THE WHOLE WORLD dirprtioj, m I9M and under the BEER AND WINE TO TAKE OUT '
it-it's still integration at work. HOW STUPID' DEMOCRACY IIDON if the
VOTEI! m.ttre aullp.c'IN on< International lYeMdeot's Cultural Cotn- OMM wtck fays ISO a.m. t* S ,....,-- Swfttfay 1 a..... t. 1 F *...

DEAR DAVE: Exchange'
Louk man sumefeow' I doot FREE DELIVERY SERVICE

dig writtivf you abut my
troubles, but after reading your w MIAMI TIMES ADS 340 N.W. 16th Terr. Phone FR 4-1345
column. I figured 1 couldn't do

any I\orw. So here &**; 1 had a Enjoy Cool Comfort DON'T COST THEY PAY fl Years ,In Tt Sam L.catl.nWELCOME
go d job. money, car, boat, beautiful ,
wife, lovely home, food CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY I

ciethe friend and
everything else a man could Mtota TtSER ..Jrasz: %garonEffgsrgr flriam w JlJtlJT ..zrn.I .
want TaM the bottom fe.l out
First my best friend ran cf
to Jamaica with my wife, I TO

started drinking mjsed going to 'w......... ........... I
work lost my job. money got
low, aO I h ked my jcul.lry fWIM. lATH. THE
clothes and blew: that on the WOK AND fur IN m
cMeks When Uw moony pave uu'
un ot
tAe finance cotr&any came and $4.95- 1 J I

took the car The day before Iwas
to sell err boat .26 fuot cruiser HARLEM DRUG CO. ROYAL
) it blew ia> 1400 N.W. Srd Ave, Miami" Fl.. .


519 PEMBROKE ROAD f* 8 it f?



Mk t yeuriFaceFtMM YOUR EMCEE .

1 LcbdRttmE-


lpflK G D
Former King O' Heart Sultry Singer

cTrDrft puniifrc
THE jfCnCU-rffUnJlJ

Singing Sensations

S VANILLA "Shake Supreme WILLIAMS Body Beautiful

Music played- by the Swinging Jimmy Hines Band

Admission 50 Cent Table. Reservation WA 2-9398

Jackie Corbitt, ManagerWe

cater to lodge, birthday parties, anniversaries or what have you
err ssssgst ant srais ear SHAVING POWDER CO.I .

tees n hr lira ioac flans mm r.o. ease 14$?'F2 tsvannsh i. Ga. Iflflljgjigjgjffl _._ Yd v nr.

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1 DR.: .* coairrnan; Ursula. Hisjgs, ti rn M.ut.flll b.it can acquire
s co-chairman Sir J hn Sup oeauty in urd'y and outwardly apartment
per Club .s "beemning the spot. :through k.llful analysis Of their ,
I heir features and solution to I Only $14 per" week
PHYLLIS WMEATLCY ART pee -ems. She Invites you
and Social Club' will have its annual to ea.! FK S-33t11 aDd she will

tea Nov 20 :Northwestern give you the pith: on registeringfree i[ 844 NW 70th St.
1 Hlfch choo Choral croup is for ehamu+ ufe or model- j

featured on the occasion The in<< analyis.
IN" MOST CASES a good show I in adm. :ion. Repats popular recording arv.su Manager on premises
.. ,' enedoou' King O' Heart last
k 1..N n o-i ;re \ts at: ne
near .. .it around town SUNDAY FTCRNOON the Woo Thursday evening Betty Adgvr.G.uria Don't Fret fiur' OX 1-6341

,arrtilt afUfr .is presentation. men's D.viii a Cxnm.iee .f \'ea. and :Maybe Br.*n / ,. I't.p 4 WAACP
'.\'i ,. I MR going to give y u ad- Kennedy for President fe pitch- were east: ta'.HM: trio If M .- -

v n ;,r.*. a .?-.! K.ng O Hearts .'as* Knight Beat restaurant. I tnv opular dance EV,'r-.
I P: a _....., ba ed on s h o w State Senator Jame* Watson ot Ahrre >oj hear nnus.c or pin a DOWN $7 } PER MONTH
$490 -- ,
n pr fMieed by ta.ented New York. ail. do ne hands ratter: the! llully-Gully. a "p.:1:
.':1' Harrfe, featuring all t o p ''.ak.n. for the next preskknt from the Madison, i h tr.ere. Group
'.. (n.' IB tfetve part Sam More. i Yea. 'm Kennedy all the way>)> uncmg compos ng ol ft roation. 3051 N.W. 55th STREET
r \v ''rl', I !',p .rtMon its Liberty Temple No 427 annual 'Imn.; and a.ot n the ball:! I-
i hacked by the Rues. *epi Autumn Tea aid Stvir; a mat for a 1 dance 1 ver*. Neat and clean 2 bedroom house, newly decorated

! ;3 F \' a t'rt.t.t v Y u rL..\' Parade get underway *Sunday Nice lot. Open Sunday from 1 to 5 p.m. More right in
,I' a (1 i make ,t a must on your Nov 13 at James E. Scc > Cm- BARBARA WEBB last rear'srunncrup
.,.f ojt.ngs this weekend No .mum \ B.dg Ma;:> WJ Tucker in Miss P.in-Ami-r.can o

--- | c'atst< ut .n there: akin. only!

.;-g .*:_ .JT-J' 'I :..Tiito be crowned queen (I We also have a very nice 1 bedroom apartment
hope l The person wirn.n he Completely furnished-$75.00 per month
1 tithe will mount t.i., .' f.oat. ai ng

-. TffiS and771T wV: her cart, in the Orange ---oWe -
Bloscom: Classic paiadc<<
can finance your automobile! liability insuranceon
MRS. DONNA ":),'. 'SA"
KEEL i. launrhJfli her caret :ia :. easy monthly paymentsGoccman's
owner and -pr'a'"f of M.U.T :-
.'s mat cnpJete tud' of / Real
t Harm, beauty and health.DeLJsa Estate 1 I.sur..ce/

By RUTH M. POLITE received' her forma. '

... T ng a .*..,.,1:011 Coral
.,, ----- N Gables I t 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-0380
and will follea the some '
.T Or THE MZ& Admiral t : f Jd ja.e he teas, and the curriculum' in Herdio !" "et
th, l xp t rl'r. one day was '\''T pa.d ,t"t.V.C' v- -, p- eonttasea that all vn."nt ti are n o' '' t!I ah ..... 1iKitig

s -r iU&:1 tht lobby of a away and '"> ('>:gnitrn i --- -_ h __ .
\n.'. a .arge .mpany, of Shtas just -THE CHURCH -- --- -

,L'.I mcm-wJ cheer.ng him WORKER iSoenrt T.aIt: tiu
men were Joining in the 1. (1.C'atru pvrcn' : a man i
-.atiu8 H.-KI' one wa overd But .f the stoner of 'he church.
tvmarkJtg to the other. And uf the tC. OO; she helps bund (ffif) Mparts (Blub

i.-e is the last f the expterTP and keep in repair, ever pi ..e
tr I t. nothing left for the the) will cry ut to our Lordas
nee the J*!>AS called out '">
: of u. t. ...,..
cumpao.on raplied: Tfci "B.ewvd rOm concern.n Ills Mother ; 6000 N. W. 7th Avenue
are the hands that
u greatest age of adventure. a-
** I
for You.
,. 1; t mat tae hue**" race hat
ra It u .ar to conquer
a....av.' ''..d *eaor forests, St Mary's Wely Methodist FRISATSUNNOV.456
.. ..1! region than to conquer Church Rev E. A. Cutaer. pa-
tor. ass warm in its
praise and
i. '*d t.iaj: tile at your ei-
fraiit ode to Mrs. John Evr
s One looks at the ever raovui -
(ChrMUna >)> for ch>1. '
wring j r.
....n.1.and. it is Just aOnc
ring and pr vocative rmwatt '"
louiw at a profession the
worshipper last
a trade and it ic i Just a mass. Sunday
morning. Mrs.. Eve U one of the
.t 1.*jw aad then owe. or two, .r foremost speakers on the local The Untouchable" -- Phil HarrisBRINGS
out the
e maw emerge scene. he U a dedicated teaehrr
(L surd to their own souls they who renders valuable service to
vt I cad tiie m.anng of pert the I'errine
a mmuDtt). :
na.iv. Come Noa.. our c.:, wi:.: tx- TO YOU DIRECT FROM BROADWAYAN
1 great adventure today Is graced with the pn'se we of c-m -
travel V, Little America, nest
people and k> dt>rs .n tn<'
ie edge of toe southern pole, religious ftekk. The S.>utht-r.i
: emerge from the crowd Council of the Methodist C* utcri
ab ut to trwTvpe! you or will a nvroe at the Bbcnvz
Migorate you or to mid you Church Rev Aaron D lIall..a "All Male Musical Revue"STARRING
.1.; f .1\ You can emerge pastor and Bu. p M Horns it
bthe tfengh of your the pre-kting bieimttm,
.. ( n4.i) a y rionallty
,1..t ,independent In THE LrRERTi'
every S Q U A R E
I JJ'Ij i L n and Mtprevne in every. TRIBUNE u another reason vthv
\ 11 Eugene E Kemp." Housing Mana'-
W a I: .a oUt gut* are example ..... M considered "uncuf tf,.
-j n peraostahti.. some of bit" in public houvtng USA The '
., : 'n are the lh A v G', on the Tribune serve a treat nerd In Sam Moore
i'. Ht-td fur CIvil Rights Who kevptng line of commu C.a'u.nop
" >*, ? Vi..tnTht'Od re G1BN n among tenant tnaoaacmrnt!
.... Edward T. GRAHAM and community" Ctmgmtulatioi*
:: A,U G E GRAV K to all of yu who ad a art .n
Ilk publication A bouq" vt of & Dave PraterAND
T::., i* the MMwen for Women's h b.scuMc tu Elisha Hepburn. assistant -
. 0 e M'brMti; < II.Tne gouu forwi huu.iog manager; the
mine to attend soveralvk technicaltat! composed of D its
i p .nrutl and oar I"-'uUr. CriHodtn Jwckten and
IId! m tilAiFt. The amounts of Samuel Jackson.COXAOL4NCi..
i. fd MM in ceefe effort FEATURING .
<>\ud tound the must astute To the fam- .
t<.t n... fund rats-ng group i.e> of toe late Bill Allen and i
: trtsible for the : Mr.. Ne.lw Powers. I
W nu-n'" Lav .' .\.tw. .oar I B roecuf King". at he ua calved -
the ijadicatod church "worker. I waan in fMration to all 1:
t -' of *sum )ou iw ver' nwet fr.end lie will, be greatly 1 mus
n 'ar uto-at ti>tir pli.ht T'beM ed I THE RUBIES

1 tie people who deserve: a Mr. I* welt!: was. a oorver IP
: ,-meads amount of pri, ** and th? development of Miami asd

'.. private. school education At the I SEPIA ELVIS PRESLEY
.me of tier death hr had been
t S WT TO TME CHURCH m active nwnnbrr of Bbencxer

A ,JUBR !She sever ..k.c a for acre than 5 year S h r I CLAUDIUS & HIS AFRICAN
'l att tit hcfMlt air does b....' better than she knew She
.n.taodyver mmtov. a 'P"'f'h W lIu"tt.:1 faith Math' vial n
'- it her Itr> tastaace: those tree She trauswd the nand.ti: .
* '. .
> buy ticket. the m ad for useful! sere
e whom ah* ak to cIeme vice u msukiiiod It was good
iwng: or ruokang fur !h e next she 'd !It. -min l.vBIRTHDAY .
< urea act.v.'y. th o BANKS AND
w h 0 m SNAG
t. a k t.. neap: iaAg at Ute dtsn
Ernestine Ratios L. C ,
r ai* -*jat *lkat rw. ..v tnu''
would not At into tUj tout.I Oct 3ft.; Chart L Will.am!: ,
She Yon Luady Oie Me, Cur r. ,
t* nevr
in her t.ag.uar.rv.uar; e attcact..Dce X Mcrijaip i Karen Jobswon Oct 30. Pau.aWuhasas. : .
at church. or Annabeila Harris.
atear) t4
U ttu Karthaw. Oct
31. Ran
HU for
.awn everything
, that the O'H&ra OVi Leaia J>.. .
int n EXTRA
hurch decider ADDED
to <> fur the d- Samuel ATTRACTION
v.Jnt.t the Wriest C41s..r.O.v 2. Asmw D
fhlla' Nov 3; Blaaahe Dean.
.Ihually he wishes. that t h ei Mar.a.rt't G- ora Aagcla Cu'
urch ;1'0 jest were over a .*", mer. Steward >tatth.w>. Nov 4 ELOISE FOREMANW.
m.aht get darn to a L tits M&ryorie T B ,a.ri for herself: ; but th.A. 'unt-n Forts**!. Jackie fH. HolII. AnaaSmith.
.' next project comes along Immediately HI ward Conphmsn" Jr .
abe take a quick Nov 5THOUGHT. C. BAKER'S BAND
breath and bejini again al

tltn ne M ever. FOR THE WEEK:
We ofU-n wonder how she ac- Please rtfnvmU-r to VOTE HAPPY ROSE ON TRUMPETRES5
corn liah.t all the doe She a ales Nov 8 Bad public officials are
no wrd. and perhap. in the elected by good eMteeo who
general rejoicing over the result den'"vw.. 1
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..; Urban League to country day. In connection' with the
t ... -- Sponsor Lincoln) "Equal Otfx>rtunity DJ," is a
day Intended to remind Am -n-.
'--m aiTh" -' Credo StampThe cans opportunity for all re..ardles < (
RUir National Urban Leagueha race (color religion or n.tA4na.
been chonen by the Port Of- origin.
fir* D* artment and the Citizens ...
I I I Stamp Advisory Committee to
sponsor the fifth stamp of tiie J. F. DEAL STUDIO
Arnercan Credo series. which
feature a quote by Abraham Phone FR 4-3034
: Lincoln Those who deny freedom 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.
to others deserve It not for
-! themselves' ,** it wt| ann unced We copy and enlarge plc f .en of

_. _u__ ______"'__ today. your loved one* at half p,,". W.
The sponsor hip; of a stamp by all
make kinds of pictures
Proposed restaurant-bar-lounge for mural walls accented with tapestries. The an agency such as the League 1s

bony Enterprim! In Riviera Beach. Palm $40.000 structure will accommodate over an unprecedented honor and rec

Beach County Building i is to have a ca. 200 patron and was designed! by EddieJ. ognition.The first. day of l.*ue f the -

thedral-type celling mahogany paneled Strachan of 6033 ;Jl\' 23rd: Ct., Miami Lincoln slump will fall on Nov TOOTtfACHE

interior tiled powder rooms, concave- an associate! of the firm of Ciller. Payne 18, the 97th anniversary of the Jfsrtt:

shape bar and terrazzo squared floors. and \Vaxman. architects, engineer of Gettysburg Address and the r* "
I date of the Urban League's sera tared
The dining room will feature mirrors and Miami and Miami Beach nationwide I "Equal Opportunity :99 mate H tta.nd.ter

Day observance, Local League* .w t
are planning commem" ratlve
Visiting In The functions in w cities: acme the

Height Negro Vote May

Mr.. and Mrs. Oscar Allen of
U800 Polk St.. Richmond STAR MEAT MARKET
Heights are harpy to hare with Win for JohnThe
them their daug-hter-ln-law.! Mrs.
Uvlamerle G1 ver' Marshall and
ron Vaughn Ricardo Mrs Marshall The vote may catasult I 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
come to Mini, from Baln- Senator John F Kennedy into
bridge. Ga She U special adjustment the White II use according to a Rocking H Riding .
teacher at the A. L Lewis front page feature article inlb.: .
Elementary School Mrs., Marshall WaU Street Journal TuesdayRobert THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
holds the B S. degree from D Novak writer of the Club to Enter FloatIn
Hampton Institute in Virginia feature, predicted "Democratic f
and the M A decree 'ln Special) candidate John F Kennedy may Classic ParadeCome
Cducati n from Columbia Univer- capture a turprisinily fat majority
str! in N Y with membership In of Northern Negr votes on
December and the
Kappa Delta Pi and Pi! Lambda Nov d. a development that could Orange. Blots m Classic Pa-annual Fresh Meat-Low Prices
Theta Nation) Honor roeieUes. tip the balance in a doe nationalelection"
rade. destined
a new entry a toaPPf'1f
Mrs. Mrshal) has
taurht in the
the beautiful and
public school sytem in Georgiaand Novak wrote. "I' n owf'ml'' among I
colorful floats on display in the
certain that Vice President Richard
served as Dean of Women spectacle.
and teacher' at Ibany State College Nixon will be unable to hold gigantic
Ga Mr Marshall the gains scored" by PresidentEtsenhmer
is presently Latest" to acpear among the
enr lied in the School of in 1956 among Negroes doat t Untel-hued eye-fillers trrnJixi[r1i1jt29"
DentUtry at Meharrr MedicalColfege overwhelmingly Dem ... is a hor -drawn hay-filled
in Nashville Tenn cratic since New Deal days" wagon bedrrked with pretty girls t5
Novak found "Despite the pol and apprtfmately labeled Rorfcin o &
James': Heaves of Los Angeles, itician' loud appeals for votes on II Riding Club Added to this &f
is now in Miami on a combined the basis of civil rUhts. mist' feature will be a couple of saddled
business and vacation trip. While Negroes are hardly listening hoo,..... nders astride, bearing e
in Miami. Mr Reaves is stepping They're far more interested inbread banners with appropriatemarkings.
at the borne of his sister -and-butter |s.ues And .
Mrs. J-hnnie Mae Stewart If NW since many traditionally Democratic !
2nd court A freshman' at Ccwnp- Ncgrtw switched to Republican Amvding. to S W !(olland.
ton College Cal.. he is on his Elsenhower because of director and trail boas If the .
first visit to Miami. his personal< magnetism, his departure popular ndmg (club "We are ex-
and their underlying preccupatkMi tamely happy to tie a fart of
Willie Fuller Of LaGrange, Ga.. with pocket-book this Classic ageantry. If our appearance A/
Roy Scout executive of District problems are now sending them I en add any mount of
If Smith Florida ','hich comprises back to the Democratic fMd"On infMratk to an already aplenduteri -
Broward Dade and Monroe the question of Lodge's Harlem of Negr in Have bcifj realized"Fulkswu
Counties Is establishing somewhat promise a
of a record' In the Miami' the cabinet. Novak found that l g mammoth. parade -
area 'if) couting Despite the fact Nogroes were apparently unmoved i I. the annual fo ball game r .r
that fee was not a Boy Sc ut Mr He wrote "But. to far. eo-.urrtng. Florida A and Mnerrtty'i d
Fuller' N now one of the best Inlef1M'd there ts little reaction' among U.. fame Rattler and a
scout leaders jn this area Negr es to Mr Lodfe's 'prrdiel wwrthy oppone.ot, and played .n
tron not barked" up by Mr the lt.mlJUST
Mr. Fuller has been In trout-& Nlxen that a GOP victory I
list for about seven years and would men a Negro in the Nixon
has attended the Nati nal no y Cabinet"vtetktAd yt1I y:'>"t
Scout Training' School 1 at Mend-
---- -- CALL CE 53057ARCHIE'S
hrn. V J A graduate of Tutkejre -
institute he nerved almost!
a at uV Mayflower
five years in the Air Force as a !tole!. NaMu. B fcamas. The trip
pilot with the original) W.h Pursuit was the reward ftven Kelly fort l Service
Squadron during World War Hosiery
winning the Sehliti Beer salesman ,
II. He was discharged a* a Cap.
tale contact"Faihionetta" It'. a pleasure to acnr you RICE RICE
Mr. Fuller thinks there' is a -- again LAND
great poortunity for -"routing in
the Miami area, but adds that
there i. a definite. need for more November 4, 1960 $1.29 Hosiery 92' FRONTIER BEEF STEW
adult leaders.Mr.
Park Auditorium 14821 Fillmore St.
and Mrs Leon Ketty spent Bayfront I Richmond lialghts HIGH IN ENERGY VALUE. LOW IN COST

-w<.:sR .c yo rc JIII' YC IMONBOIBMTaMt
fl.' ... .-. : YtyC Yt I .... s.I.ti ......, 5 < 116 .... ........ l.- p./
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'" 'f'.". ....... .. .' I SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT N. ... .... ..d ...... 1 N. ... ........ eA4 ...,
SPIRITUAL d..d (aMBTNOOl._ .... ."
., -fir't .. "'. 'f LEADER
: .l AND PHYCHIC READER i. Put oakm. rw, ale .spa, .nd I li 'Us- Ityasl r.... p...
tl. sad CIUJ'Aaw. ..... .in 3-qu-rt ru&.p.a '. Nona U* .ifnrwu
boiL 3. Turn lot dia <.... aces. srauerr 14 ..UH U.. 4. Hair
BISHOP HUNTERIf totnaUjM (blC Ia.. ia ...U pwra*) s.Id Wc............... --.
r.tt.u. in gravy .... ul carrot ft. Co,.c MM! .........
.. .. .. i ........2. I I"oak"
If ye. are olok w wwrM4 dart U m -"" Add air it tfitamr .at"' *
r to o.o MO ,....,. OffU boon and vw *. .***.. &.n.. *
dally 1 pM. t* 9 ...... Tkaraday
1 p..... to p... .M.dsy If aon.U .
t PUSA.StCAOINO. Fw Rufyt hook

M m T 'T-r rr- *- rT5

( j seat, area..,, sw.Yee .
r /least Ajt'IU (D y-

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Nit iW 17 St. '. RICELANO

This neat bedroom CBS home with front and rear wtrrHOLLYWOOD RICE

enclosed porches located at 1848 NW 57th SU recently 'LA. i VGLLYMicei

purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Mottle from Mr. and M.... !

William Andrews. Sale made by Mr. George Grafman of i PIIIOF. Nyfl"
I t
Fair Realty Co., 6200 NW end Ave., PL 7-1945, _

MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA The United Nations Pr clama- Yaejter VIt'tnrJa Hlip. I Attention All Vets
I Mrs. Emma Ab tion wa read by
The American Legion
Mattie Barkley. William CAL'SBA
was j
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1960 : Sw tlnl.Mrs.Other Mamie speakers Gill directorof included _program H..................... II ........- '. Henry Bethel Post Rlchmcnd
fa all GRILLE
Heights urging
veterans to
.. Citiien Program
the Senior
-- -- -- - CHIROPRACTIC"HEALTH with and make
Join up us thi* a
In spite of the weather large and Mrs. Mary Williams SERVICEFor strong community In which to SERVING
Senior Citizens Other tJerf' Mrs Annie live. We are having an affair N. |
number was in attendance. Mrs. A. M. John!on, The Entire Family LUNCH
Mae Twine. Mrs.
every Saturday night at the homeof BR FAST -
J. L. Dixon chairman of the ex*
Observe UN Day Ma Sand:. Mrs. deVlr.; < ecutive committee' srnred' as mittrew -
Tot S aioi C.tieens, Mrs. Mary I' of ceremonies The principal Mrs L. Call. Mrs AJtoerrtHi Carey. Chiropractic-Physician further I Information contact /
E William, president recofntzrd speaker was T R. Biunnartner Committee mcmoers' present 808 N.W. 7th AVE. Joseph Steward post commander At opular

United' Natt n. with a dinner She was introduced by Miss were Mrs Anne Coleman, Lillian PL 9-3761 or Edward Hanna Jr.. r 6006 % 22nd Aver .
meeting at the L....,.ry Square I Olive Alexander II E. S. Reeves Bail! u. Mable Daniels, Margaret Murray James Jr. .
Adderly. Emma Sweeting. Sara lad r.r.
last D dnesday
Center evening. responded --------

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NOVEMBER 5, 1960


: Sweeting and Lamar :

Open Public ;

Service Office i''

t a In association with affable 1
W.ilie Lamar. amiable StnieySAcvtina I
? popular Miamians and :
newsman announce the opening
r and operate n of a yolk service
ofTice in dontowa Miami.
Introducing a new concept In
JNb( '.Jc service.: Sweetinx declares
that ie are prepared to offer
the. general public =ers nahzed
service fur the individual need.
With the many f tees at our
.. command. I.Knar and I are fully
prepared to satisfy the public's

:jPIIhi: .w .. -4; many demands"Operating under the banner of

_. 11 SweetInir>Lamar and Associate,
with offices at 1128 NW 3rd ave.
Under blue jkies, balmy Mr Ann Lndey gave the oc. Salvation! to the honorees Mrs. the< firm suSteats, among others
breezy and a pr::>tJsJn: of palm ,'a-\\n.nd Mr Swan F Harris Leila WiHams was in charge of Dubhc 1"t'1ataonuomoU n*, typing -
and hibiscus: Rev E T Grahamand in'r cincld Ae cues speaker, music: with then oker T Wa"h- letter wiling mkneocraph
Father Theo Gibson guest Mrs Maude Reid in a throough I in ton Choral ensemble Their ing notary service Information
of honor were presented agars i ut'nr, nf this persons quality ability and deportment Is a creditto employment and tax reports.
in rrcogn.tion / disUnjubhed a leader in our community a.I the scHml Mrs Elizabeth Mer.
service in the Reid of human and elatfAhete Mrs. Reid versatile, chant was mistress of cercmoniciMr
civil rtjhU by D A Julius president dynamic and "*el1 .nf rmed chose Corrie Jackson chairman
of Sunlight Beauty School the1 ub* vt The Finifhrd Wo- Me.dames< Christalee Cooler and
and adviser of beautician unit man." which was handled In a Doris Dorset and Misses Betty 1
No. 7 at their 26th annual benefit masterful and sincere manner, Collins and Coreatha Brooks hotesse ;-
ta on the patio of Sir J ha the audience w amsapUvatcd by *.
Hotel Sunday afternoon. Oct )I. the per anal a*>pe.l of this great
After the .recentation, Fr ,It rll.Ift We wish to thank our many
Gibbon made fitting rvenark* for Mrx Geraldine Alden dedicated friends who feriped k make the
both Frank Cltft n sang The L rd U my Light and my i 30th benefit tea our very best

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For Flogging UNITED FUND

Probing Six White Men OFF DRIVE KICKED

NEW YORK CXSt An InVeitifaticn "f orear with the headlights tt*s United Fund Thne.
u on with the g' NAACP ffimuUUnx it on tbfk 'Y u un.! uff YOur t'10v.o t' Fund I9AI esxnpalsn to raise
f lnl 'a Ne p > woman by sax of ttx'TO iirdemi mr He said $12fl 44& w.. officially kickedoff '
White men who accused her of UV a.n't: bd-hful l. art' y u'** Tuesday, N('. I.
*Tunnin around with white Then the men t.n.k turn beat highlight of the in wax an
boys." ig me All of them beat me advance gifts dinner for donon
The woman. 33 year- old Mr*. aernM the hap, but that white of tit or more to the United
AHene Redwme. i* reported to boy hr beat me acroM the Fund For the best in hair Wf>eye
from ahare- breast, and the bead. t o"
hater been dragged a
On Sunday. Nov 6, house to visit or call the Modernistic
crt fTshack in WK to bur;. Mr Hedwim cwBnien! will
house volunteer canvassers
(i... stripped in the glare of auto M-year-oM M J. J hnton. a liffftn ringing doorbells and Beauty Salon. Hair weev
headlight* and fluQged by each cotton peeks was abo be t- kitnekin on doers for the h::*ise. cover bald spots, thickensand
of the white t'MRa lilt a heavy e.. The Carroll County Sheriff cnnlritmtion lengthens the hair and
leather strait One of th> men wa Hugh Lee I.a n4crt Mid they<
a teenager. haw advised both Mrs Re.>|A"ine The money railed U distributed the hair can be styled beau
They t ok me around in front and M r Johnson to get a gun to 54 health and w"'arI tifully.
?*-* offering? ewer 400
VCMI to all resident serd We five permanent on

I)v4r County Last year.< 275,029r any kind of hair.
""" ;: ... of Oade aided bya
o' : \ : f ts were
,;:, ,
y' .. United Fund agencyIn 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
". w lJ. .(". .i. < 1WI1. even more pe!e of FR 4.9944
: r the exploding Hade County population -
are expected (0 be KTVM SALLIE COLLINS Technician
if the MOfrV need arc CLMYRA E FANNIN. Prep.

Arthur J Gusher 1901 Cam-
pia:IfI eM"",,", urged all dti EXPERT WATCH AND
.. sea" ef Dade C.*u...ty to e ftrMut CLOCK REPAIRS
their fair chare to the OFlie
i also stressed the ...*'NwiaC 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
:.;: need fw volttnittr For in f or-
Andrews JewelersAll
a mati n. ell FR 7-2401
work guaranttttf

40 Years In .".......
kewp 'Wr d* r looked and defend FR 10112ORANGE
/ hmrtvi should the tr.-
03 ors return

Beautiful Horn on
Your Lot


1&i1w 2b tnuJ Reserved. Seats

$3.00 and. $2.00

Tickets deposited on may be
CmpUt Building iarvlo held 7 day


: BUILDING After Dec. 3 all ticket will
riNANCINOV be sold on a cash and pickup
L4,4 : basis
N.. Ham only
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No Down Game times Dec. 10

PaymentOvtr 8:30 p.m.

Orange Bowl Stadium
Twanty Yaar af
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CanatrwctUn EiMHanOuaranta ..
I. .s1 tatlafactlan TICKETS ON SALE NOW AT

se a ari+ are trim iefWiaWt < NORTH'S
fnH M Markham Jr of CueQe. 'I Muss. vice. president of 1l fmCIVl TRAVEL BUREAU
bead: cf Travelers': 8...ai ei+ I..- : the Bahamas Tax. Ct Ctxificra-
EMla.g Co. takes a.n at ta pan I t.v* Uauon. MHin i.c'jouh'on ; : '' e 9.c 1104 NW 3rd AvenueFR
-durm a >:settles, aeas.oa en the I w taaea.ear of the Msgaitn -
.eeaafront haM at Na *u'a tike M.gr Travels, and PL 1-3604 9-6779 FR 3-9367
Bitilb Cal dial Hotel 1n.e wl Claf aov M :M ark hose Jr. head 884 N.E. 79th St.
targtoat tax fsmie ia to baeot uf TraV'l'LOTS' ItoitaoM PuWieb. Remember the beet neat go first
Negro touri-t travel tu the British :"se Co in Chic*>... Mlam
Baftaxnas, difruased during Ih .wra, *<**s Bureau photoby .
recent, ?* rn 7 Jtaasau<< ,. Others W..'.am Roberta

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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, I960 William Henry Huff for ANP ,

They planted weed' among the ;:; .

.. flowers
p ; : I.. I ; ; Those crude and ugly weeds. ; y
; '
: .
". They poured their venom out In e ,
shftt" .
'rs.And e
:I! reveled In their deeds .4 ,
They tried to turn sweet love t&
hate; '
Why should they do such
But Providence will compensate'
Swift vengeance will lie
they took the truth and twistedit. ,
If twist It will or bend;
They tried so hard t- make It fit
Their base and evil end'They
sprinkled tares among the
IU rogms to impede.But .
after all what would they
Should all these things succeed

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These salaries art now available:

.. 4\ No experience ........ 130 week
6 month experience 35.40 i

: week ys

1 year experience 145. SO f 1' v

4. week 4y t
2 years or more experience '

," ... $SS eo week '
It" .'. I
Plus free room and board. TV-
guaranteed fair and ho""t deal
Dora Mae Bode, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L*. G. I Live In a friendly horn*. Write to NEWLYWEDS Mr and Mrs. the Otta::ton was the St, Mary's
Bode of 1445 NW 73rd St. and Freddie William I Choir directed!
son of us giving your name and address; Chester Edward Young who Wt'ftJoincd by Mrs. Gladys
of Mr. and Mrs Sandy Williams of Edison (in McFord. Mrs,, Leila R. Williams
Georgia, were also' name and phone number of holy matrimony in ceremonies -
united in Holy Matrimony on Sept. 18 in a double ring your rtferoncon Tickets sent at I held recently at St I was the wedding the pianist The and newlywed directress are fcr
ceremony at St. Peters American Catholic Church Miami i onco. Write today. Mary's W. M. Church with the now at home at "7701 NW 16th
with the Ite,'. Richard DeVeaux officiating.Mr. Rev E. A Culmer oUiclaUn,. ave.-Photo by Williams.

and Mrs. Williams wish to thank their many WORLD WIDE AGENCY Mrs Young the former Mist ----
friends for their lovely gifts. 1 North Contra! Ave. Carol Prances Paul. Is the
Hartadalo, Now York daughter cf Mr. and Mrs. Dan APT5. FOR RENT
Roberts of 1639 NW 5th court.Featured
300,000 Circulation on the program which 1*BedroomBodro
MIAMI preceded Ute ceremony mere: < .mo
TIMES ADS Mrs Ro abe Perkins Smith who Oo ..
DON'T COST sang 'O Promise Me;;' Roy HUgs, Rout Offko
Tone i wh renderedRose "
Milestonein In The
Mag a Dud
I and Mrs Merle Gibson, who pre. 4190 N.W. 32nd Av.
CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY sentedO. Perfect" Lov*." Also THE BEST IN TOWN

... rendering appropriate music on Save money
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Journalism ,

The 'Miracle 1 of Tone" is no For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
lunger a miracle} The nations II I- -- --
fatot I Charles KnowlesTo l" "
growing supplement whichu '
currently being distributed in
more than 40 newspapers and Appear in BONDEDCOLLECTION
with a circulated of 300,000 has
had phenomenal I jr wth since its RecitalThe
first i.*ue 11 months ago
roducvd' dependently by Tone men of St. Peters African
PubhcaUons. Inc. headed by Orthod x Cathedral are proudly
brilliant young publisher, Don- presenting Charles Know lei,I i .
old W. Mcllvaine. former emmercMi ; baritone in recital" on Sunday
arU.U TONE, with Its afternoon Nov 13 at 4 o'clock at :, .
bright new format continue: tsspvctaeular the church. 1726 NW 3rd ave Mr !
pace. Knowles mill be ace mpanied by

Published" of Toneltall in Chicaco.. the include nucleus Mr Mr Koslyn Knowles Davis is Clark.preparing avery j|, AGENCY Inc.

Carl Smith manager editor rich from program famous featuring selections ,
Chuck Leonard, associate editor; composers
The public ls
and Edgar M. Harris, advertising cordially invited tan
manager. afternoon of good music The largest collection and rental t S
Tone started wilt 13 mr'spap-
ors in January of I960 with I r in
+>nnt order of 40,000 copies.' In agency South; operating in J t
less than three month. Tone increased Try us
its print order l) 103- We Have It Dade and Broward Counties'
000 copies and today is now at I
the 300,000 newspaper mark with 43 subscribing PHIL AND WINE'S t.. L BROOKS Preoldsat' Negro Housing areas

This rapid growth is attributed FOOD STORE
to the keen desire of Nrgrorvewtgiaper MANAGING AND
publishers throughout Phone OX 1.9618 MAINTAINING MORE THAN

Amer.ca t enhance their 6963 N.W. 17th Ave. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
papers with a sparkling supplement I
and to the enthusiastic reception NORTHSIDE FOOD STORE BROWARD COUNTIES
d readers throughout the
country who called TONE an 1486 N.W. 71st St.
amazing step forward In the field
of J.urtul. **n. t



?OP OS1Au t1'' LR1 C r t SRS ,
0 2060 N.W. 75th ST. _.___... PL ..5577 .t
; 0 1011 t
N.W. ltlt ST.
0 101 GRAND AVE. --.- HI ft.llfl .
Ft. Lauderdale' _..J.4J1-- JA ..11.' )
o 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. NE I.....
1 t. .. c HAMMONOVILLt! RO.
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rt$1 0 17126 HOMESTEAD AVE. 144SO N.W. 22nd AVE.

Opa Looks MU S-MU
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Hallowe'en at Dora's the Bodies served I thorn THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA

THE Kiddie CollegeOn I to Thy the are Orane now Blomom looking forward Classic I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER S, 1960 PAGE 13

Monday Oct. 31 the
OVER y ng ters at Dara's Kiddie College -
2450 NW 160th st.. were Modernize Your Kitchen
By LEO B. ARMBRISTER given a treat indeed Taylor
A AondcrfuJ .taC\\4:: !' n r r-
h Tie lain < t thv cu!ke! was Is Building $10.00 A MONTH
NORTHWESTERNSPORTS the scene of beautiful) decora-

UNBEATEN RECORDThe I t-ons The kiddje> enjocd aU of Again New Building-Alteration

NortJl twterti Bulls ire ..... ........
dangling an unbeaten, once tied FR 9-1703 --+-
record (Carver 0-0) In fr nt ':. toughest opponent! to com* ED PHELAN, BUILDER
and square shoulders with themie 0 NE 5-8132

.>a.l rcenajnlPi seasUu. part of the foqjr SALE Before you build or borrow 80 N.W. 27th Avenue NE 4-4487

C .nth .W nza..bke aU coaches TALK WITH TAYLOR about

."'athe confidence his team *' DELUXE NEW His ben money loan dealt!
ice the nmalnlnf schedule In
,'ricte: Nevertheless he has n, t 3.BEDROOM 2 BATH HI. Fastest Building Time
up on the drills and practice FLORIDA ROOM
have given the Bulls the His Best Foreman Builder
iai en- ,
v ab+> record of more than a 20- PORCH I Hit Beet Licensed Contractor
punt a game average while on!. OAK FLOORS Colord or WhlU-for your 1
',ive Ts by their opponent 2 CARPORTE I, JobPerformance :'
avo been able' to mate a hard ; :
80 100 COR. --
; ught-for penetration across I Bond and Insurancefor --
nc.r well guarded coal line. I your security .
HIP In his praise was theach $3,000 cash downCor. I By LESTER C. ALBERTA l '
<* for the entire squad. Toq Look at the TAYLOR Job now
:4'\:? him: This i* well bal- 9th Ave. and .
-nred team In fact. best babnc- 61st St. MONEY ."
,1 team we have been able to to start Is Liberty City Fortunately a reputation la not a commodity hawked ever the
Open Sat. & Sun. 3.6
,ir together in many yeln. and the Grove. FR t.1703FORSALE counter and readily available to all who can meet the price. As
mere was' a ream! of atUfi"
has always been the caone's good name and reputation
'm in his eyes f hen he men-
red player like Frank Scott .. .......L ., cornea of strict adherence to qualities of good citlnrlp and
'u. dependable! center With ana Christian behavior. A reputation cannot b. bought at any
.r f possessive pride he des- price-It must be worked for.
rnbrd tom as best them
man on Price, by the way dictates little In the completeness and attention
< 99 nd tot pound.
Q'srrterbadc Leroy Wvnn! to detail of service conducted by HOUSE OF ALBERT.

,,.' highly complinwnted for dan 942 N.W. 14th Ave. Complete and understanding in every respect

-: excellent! job. of parsing For a few dollars more weeklyyou the service Is designed to ease the burden for the bereaved
.1 t railing the pla,.. Much cred-
at HOUSE OF ALBERT. "The Light That Never Falls.
went t Bobby Felts, who hu can live
'" n out with an early Injury. Phone OX 1.1661..N.w.r.wNN.
". .' ;.ooJced good toting the ball In this new luxurious home

> an 85-yard return ki! k-off ..!." -- _. ....................-.........>......."....--......'!.- ;..
.,:amt: North Dade in their most 3 BEDROOMS\ 2 BATHS .. _..__;:..l:. ..;.. ..t1.. .. ...u.:7...,, ..
:f,ent victory Wood Floors Enclosed Garage
B U>v Black i* fast becoming
('('<'mphsfced receiver and.n OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.
k.("k alfo. Curtis Edlr] was Models: SPLIT LEVELHOMES
ven the honor of best blocking
'id Willie Milbry says Coach
Wants was one of the reason Corner Boggs Drive I Monroe Sf.
'ir r olds ocnts have not scored
'ti.>it* than three touchdown*>
a: mt them all season.

Savior Pattwson, team cap- Ora D. Taylor, Agent CE 54246
does wonderful
:a non offence a
jub along with his co-captain ont
..rt"B e. WiUiam porter. They do
marnJicient jbo f keeping the Exceptional Values
own aeWda fd. Kept in the harp
( icus of the each are Joe Walker COMPLETE FOOD STORE
a running and blocking f"H.ok ONTREMENDOUS
.. Joe Sawyer. Jotn;.h Pink- A G 21h Ave. It 54th S,.
'* and Calvin Scott They were .
g.ven an improving HU fac- NEVER CLOSED LOTSWITH
r/:> rating. I
< ash Wants made this remark
nr Minted to peer into there SHURF1NE CVAP3rW: %. ED: with $5 order or more i

'.indu.,'H>.-.nenu Dillard lurking- Jones of there Ft.Hi Lauderdale#are h of tough Or- MILK 3 toll cans 9c : Sodding and Landscaping

end the annual Turkey Uy C'.j-.
c w.th Booker T Wa>ha""tln
I l' rat team's spirit stays as high SHURFINE-PUin or Self Ruing Sib. Ug Low Down PaymentLow
end the fang antique t*> I.Ve-
.r ".1 i .j they have been d 41\1. FLOUR
*,. .nuuld not do any worse than 29cI
At nave done to this point: I
T this point I might ay toW Monthly Payments

STAND TAKING GREAT I JEWEL 59c 'Tfiese Luxury Homes

The MI Bowling Alley *ith ten
..-.t static lanes i. a haven for INCLUDE
I..any bowiing fans ThU newest PURE IIOG TALL JARLARD
.t Wag Um H to come to Aflame
reaching out and gathering in 45c 3 Bedrooms 2 Tiled bathrooms
11IM' of the outdoor sp rumen a- t
?'.I.J who when they find the
Bather unuitaWr for such ac.ue I I Garage Built In Oven Range
turn their interest BUTTERMILK
-I... ng, the all weather port i, SHUR FRESH
At present there .<-* The Excelwors, which u
m .rMd of ten teams. Theodore
:' -r i. the president. Such baa
'*m the craze for bowling t lt1..1 L YKf SMOKED LEAN LB'PICNICS See Our New Exciting
\ nthrr wafUH are being
'rased.KoAuin. 28c
is goo d r< the whole family; so there Jn ModelIn
opponunity for everyone to J..B'
<,to out aad enjoy WIne whiikn 1 GRADE A SHIPPED

Ail recreation'women ,interested in join- FRYERS 28cM Richmond HeightsCor.
.'l women's league may con-
*(- Mrs Ed Co k You *il. be M,

..art..m having aU the a simple bowl! of details funWilliams' to LEAN FIRST CUT LB. !: Fillmore/ / St. & Coral Reef Drive

-.. --- ROAST 39c

Salon u.s. NO. 1 WHITE 10 LBS

Fascinating work : POTATOES . . . . 39c M. H. M. Inc.

Skilled operators to serve I 3 LBS.
you. So for the best call FIRM RIPE

NE 4-4796 I BANANAS . 25c I Ora D. Taylor, AgentCE

2488 N.W. 54th St. t I II

Ask for the "Special" of A. G. FOOD STORE27TH I 5-4246

the week I 54TH ST. NEVER CLOSED I .
AVE. & .. "
W :- : A <-Xv !-t-w--(". G'"
r : : J J
Ada Williams, Prop. I U7..7..7.! .?...e-r.w.. .._ ...H._vMv.7J'.7..vv ...7.-....SLOOKING

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15th Ave. Ribbon The Civil Dofenie '' i has reserved F 4
a place in tee. a trade and
all otters are tn n.. o join in
Cutting Planned making this a aistory of Miami. r
A.I: gr ups within to participate -
The souvenir JC w-. is getting
in the parade to be led by
very enthusiastic .uv.- -t. All interested
tn'? N rthwestern High School businesses' or irons are

Band should contact' Samuel urged to contact C O. *tolle, -whose
Senior Samuel Payne in
in charge of pnx dl\l the
charge of the parade and enter
uiiwnent committee the 15th journal that is to .... 1 nl-re-
Ave. ribbon-cutting ceremony. membcred Call OX I. 1505.

FRanklin 4-3269 I dL it I



Foot and lit Disorders ., / s ,x tv

8 .."'. to 2 p.m. 4 p.m. t* p.m. .. ....;,.. .. .
: .
i. ...\ "
712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami Fla. "L: .... ..; __ _
in their Catherine Wells historIan
Kappas Silhouettes reorganized sergeant-at-arms;
program of Installation Sunday Oct. 16 ; Edna Ammons vice president; Sallie

ht the YMCA. Standing are: Mesdame. Walker prefident; Corrie Mumford, journalist -

DR. YALES S. LUNIN CLINIC Harriett Hart Dorothy Edwards, Aubrey ; Helen Jones, parliamentarian, Mat-
Simms. Dorothy Lowric Juanita Thompson -
Hours 10 a.m. 1 p.m. Florrie Woodard. tie Blake, treasuer; Alzeta Wilson, recording -

Evening 5 p.m. 8 p.nu-Cloa.d Tuesday Seated : Mesdames Hazel Wright, corresponding necretary and not shown, Lillie Jackson .

secretary; Edith Coverson chaplain
Take bus No. 14
v __ -.t
2237 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1.1801I "
j '
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nt OXford 1.0644 Hours f t. 1 4 .. 7 'r'i




6823 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Florida I

5 ,rb

r .a

; Krctal) DIM-*** e Varicose Vein 1r

; Efr.et/ ,. paeni.es non.tMrgtcjl .ttics treatments at I.. ce t-

j; no '0.. rim, or
I _tjr truss Why s ufftr. delay and gel worn, ..

pcial medication, treatments., diets for arthritic 9 "...rttJa. ylctn Future Kappa brothers and Silhouettes Installation

blood proMwr*. emus, en,ml*. loot vigor. chronic ........ beaming with delight during Silhouettes I

of mon and w.ms...
Silhouettes OrganizedGraham
DR. LONG'S CLINIC A Go""al Health l.rvlc.

U45 $.W. Ut St. FR '2741 REDUCING
Sunday afternoon. Oct 16 at
I 3 o'ckxsk was a colorful and
I cheerful l moment: for the brother
f -- T eel. King of the Miami, Alumni chapter
of Kappa Alpha Psl fra-
MRMEY'S CUT-JUTE STORE I tf Hy. as they 'were enjoinedby
Continue to Fight Until the Program of Installationof
the Silhoutttes steer
in rer-
The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome geaization for the activities year

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 The ocoas.on was itven in the
magnificent building of the
The finest products at Cut Rate Price All Men are Free YMCA. 3170 NW 15th aye. Also
I precaent Mere the future Kappasand
Get Your Hallowe'en Costumes Here Silhouettes, beaming with
Netoo Makers ft* to 2f' GIFTS October :e. lUG <
C. .,,,. _... 1.00 t-SO Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. n, I become worried; excited; vanguard of their proud mamas
Costume t if'nd; ditcencvrted, and plain and .
Masqusrsd papas.Tfee
tS 1.98 Tu..., L.tl.. 1.00 t.M The Fulton County Jail !I I Can't they see that no Silhouette are portrayedby
Kin,'. Mo"'. Lotion 1.00 Atlanta Georgia is safe if the rights of an the wives and sweethearts of
Mask ft* to 2f' Vitamin's Candy far My dear Martin M>r u denied him "I Ka...* men here and bey nd and
I Children 1.41 up My very soul u grieved! :, You know by this better than I with their feminine ipfendor,
Trick O' Treat Bao 21 t JrBtn'a Lotion t7cJOO. long as y u were held for I I do. but. our ChriMun freriure help to support the brothers m
protect against t** practa to u* by way of the cress: mora) suoce s of their vast ac-
OPEN DAILY a SUNDAY S A.... U 10 P.M. I inequiLca of our time. I was there u a cru n Ut W MOO, a t vitis
I JOHN A. McMINN. Owner too concerned' But now this i E i moat go before If there U
er gives me the shivers. : glory in ail of tius. it will
.4 YOverton's can I drat Would my coming I I t be found in the fact that you
there help any* Jut> kt me !I under sentence; nor in the j jI NEED MONEY
Martin I dun believe that soon I muM. enter the FOR THE
love his country more than I I I of Florida; but in the know
Pressed Face Powder. not even you. Because I I that Fm-dtrfn is not free .eHOLIDAYS?
America *-> much I grieve f i I pr.ceieM. and that the
Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Co. her. A fleeting rev tu* of I men pay today will reward $25 to $600
brings to mind the sacking j posterity with the note divi-
Chicago 9, Illinois Rome at the beginning of c'O"I : of equality Call PL 8-3653
fifth century, by Alaric and i Let us take our burdens to the
4 "Barbarian from the North. :, and cwnunue to fight until
ta a new and smoother co", shudder to think, that this men regardless to color, can IDEAL LOAN
pact ptwdsr that will give I'I happen P the United States free
6105 N.W. 7th Aye.I .
complsxUn a soft natural I less we undergird now, the 'I Your Frknd.Edward ,
your I
ciple of Justice and equality T Graham
look I If. th. powder )'.U", all
b..n ... hl"l for. It to bUnd- | When we are criticized: by I

that.d with will a not creamy otroak..tays foundation SAt I wfexh ign powers have because been shot of the I ELLA MONCUR'STHEATRICAL

democracy as a result o! the
I ." 'I.n 0.r than most !I. justice perpetrated against SALONNOW

powder and tho n*.splll Negro, my blood boils within OPEN
compact k..p. your purse Not because it is not true. MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
I null because I want by country to COMPLETE BEAUTY tCRVICE
above crticism: and theref.re:::
your favortu e.*m.tl.. Only He (plus tax) leader of the. world. 2625 N.W. 55th Street
Mlrr I .r.Co"pac\-t1.10 However wfcen a citiaen in NE 5-2821 97THE
counter .r we1t.C (plus tax) land of his nativity is given I II -
I months In jail for not !having -



Carolina Convicts Six Sit-ins I a nE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA


-ter, S. C. Fire mom-
- '-
of Morris College CORE
bffJ UT, convicted today of t>reacn BARRETT'S SHOE KLINIC

t .- peace" In Summer* Reorder 1,000,000 Eligible Voters
r Tho were fined $100 or SO
Lavs m Jail by udge Raymond 117/ SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
L..:\\'artt. The conviction Is be- in

I C 7f r appealed tt South to the Carolina Third accord Circuit Florida Unregistered i II| Henry C. Davis, Owner

Li"Ernest A. Finney Jr.. ate Cartwright Sweetinr, Shoe Cleaner
CORE The Nearly ._
:..r- > f r the group. one-
veudcnU were arrested while third of Florida resident of voting -
),-10 at an S. H. Kress store age failed to register this 2 AFRICAN
:, S-nptff on Oct. 12. i year, the Florida State Chamber ; aaig t g g tg ift*
of Cemmvrce revealed' last Saturday STUDENTSAT
T u Kre:s manager, Clyde M. Live in This Beautiful Small
I Has testified that be did not The state chamber said Flo
C:. police and that ht did ridians of voting age rata num FAMU
:"? .atose the erred of the fire. bet more than three million or 2-BEDROOM APARTMENTONLY
I He 3ded that be had asked the 83 percent of the state's total Tallahassee Two African
I CORE members to leave and that ,opulati a of 4886000. students J Vin I. E. Makuku and 6 UNITS
I:"t ct not have Instruction to But a full million failed to Courtney Jenkins from Liberia I
.crv* ten .!A. register. the chamber said. have added an international Ila- j Located at-
"The i 4stration figure vor to the composition" of the ,I
A' rnty Finney filed notice of stands at 2,016.000. or 65 percent student body of Fkrida A&M '
w> mention to appeal oncr.r.:1d' of the resident. wfco are olden University 1341 N. W. 61st StreetNEWLY
that there wma no erif ugh to vote" the chamber ,
1rnP > breach of the peace ande said in its weekly business re Makuku. 24 years of age is
.:-.. :e conviction was a violauf view attending school for the Ant time I RENOVATED RENT REDUCED
the constitutional' rights In America.
t The proport.on in 1956 previouJy. after receiving
lit t:.* defendenU.y 69 .per cent indicating that many was the Cambridge Sdhool THESE WILL GO FAST AT $17.50
now residents moving into the Certificate: from the Kakamegerischot
y* convicted are Marvin state during :he past four in Kenya he served his !. CALL BONDED COLLECTION AGENCY
Frances DuB Mae years
)leA .ster e. country and his state
-plus as an assistant
|r'ai Moultrie, Roger L. Rob yourv people coming of welfare officer He U a
.:a and James Charles Levy. age registered"that the time rep:rt-noted.have not frrihman and u majoring in ag ,. OX 1-4622 FR 3-8416, ext. 7
s.. her CORE members ar- ricultureWhianant.. ,
-rcro while picketing the Kress Th chamber said the vot.ng age ,
c: nart scheduled to be trieda .:.cpuiation of the state? excluding 21. is a sophomore I P. ),{ I! I ifll.: ." .arA..t..p. + .M
Nov 22. muitary personnel increased by He came to America in 1W7 with ,
-., x-.ated with Mr. Finney in abuut 30 rer cent from 19S to his father and studied at Cush.ng JU: A.Jft.. 1ok A a
' defence are Lincoln C. Jen 1960. wh.le registration gained Academy in AAbuhnham,
k- Jr and William W. BfGDett.LET'S by only 26 percent." Mass and Palmer Memorial Institute
The chamber said Democrats' In Serfalia. NC lie too.is Training Is AH' ,It Takes
arc unted for M per cent mil) ring in agriculture. .
of the total number of registeredin Wh.le at Cushing
Academy ht
1956. and 8! per cent" now. according -' was named to an alI-atar berth To open the door to a whole new life, asa
ZOO SUNDAY to figure rek9cd by the "n the Nt5.. England Soccer
I secretary of state. Team I member of the proud and profitable

'au2on Park Zoo's
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( .g tot the birds and the Beauty Culture Profession.
i* j..r too

:' a brand new people-size ,321 Dade County faff Our 25th /
w.... a 'irough aviary completeninmng riflf Awfi/verstry --
w brook a smaU nudge ,
t:e .: and over US birds of
tv ff. rent species. Built of SUNLIGHT BEAMY SCHOOL
... e and aluminum in a mod- at FAMU
< round r ofed design, the '
1 1 40 ia offering you a Ja,. long Thanksgiving, Christmasand
A fu.h foot
4*... :> people to mingle long aviary with Ta.ahaseae A tee rd 2.090 rrate degrer- ranting status New Year's present, of our ansiversary with so
:)It ->rful birds by walking in- student are enrolled at Florida .thm: the tame period Four junior little, $10 down, entrance fee. Balance In small
.'::1 i)uble entrance d ors A&.M University for the fall euikges are operating for the weekly I payments. (Offer Is only for a given time)
JIt* *tH. according to figures released first time this year one began In
-. ie in a somulated Jungle by E. M Thorpe, directorof 119 and Ave ,n 1157 The oldest Remember Sunlight School la staffed with the most
.. :nhiUtedwalking, wading admission* and records' has twin m upcratl for a experienced teacher in all the modern fundamental
*. i *eellng birds of 40 species" This represent an increase (.f nuenbrr of years in cosmetology. Call or come In. Bring friends.
:* .T-.ng the wearers which 134 over the Il 59 record enrollment Foreign students enrolled areas your
--. .> are busy weaving nests of 2324 Thorpe said foilu*.*. Bahama, and Kenya ) Day and night classes You'll find proud Sunlight
-' pam fronds. Others ex- Of trw total enrollment 2775 and Uberia, West Africa, one graduates throughout the nation and in foreign
**.. ro are the rare bulbuls ot student are from Florida. In each. and the Canal Zone, two. I I lands.
' curly headed toucans from addition 20 stale, the District f On a county basis, Lear: heads
: -\1'UIOn.' African Wydahs, Columbia. and five foreign coun- with 499 Student" followed by ------
* American Stilts and HonQ tries are nvrraroted .n Ute tud> OMit.IOa 321 Duval 273, Hills-
a 3 of Guatemala, the Quet- bodyA borouafi. 163 Advance training. Hair styling Perma Straight Per

r. Orfxfper and the national breakdown: of figures _hcrAS OtlM-r cuuntMk with high representation manent, French Hair Weaving, etc., etc., for licensed
ta. are 100 include Brtrard, 123,
. m ce accurdmg female students only slightly beauticana.
H en Mitthn, Crandon Park Polk. 110. Ialm Beach 103. Orange
outnumber make student 1.54
L' a rector who will the >*3 and &KwnU.a V2
9 .' to the public this weeks 1* 1.437. And aaain uff-ca94Iu" Phone FRanklin 4-9998
student outnumber boardifigkiti
. The streamlined aviary Jut' atudenta. 1.>*2 living in the .
,. .
*' 1/ eted by the Metn>-D a d e I BrownsvilleImprovement I ftP ftft: JC''"'Jr't' ft:1f: Eft
1 ..1.' v Park and Recreation' De- city and 1.4W on caff****
i '.tent is located in the New I The A&M enrollment has continued JlJJB' .ll'r.R&lJ.JJBBB.BB JqJIV1il ..mDON'T
u''n'k ZOO.Advertue. to increase even though 2741 N.W. 49th St.

---I the state has opined: 10 Junior: Regular meetings 1st and BUY A TSHELL'S
within One :
colk-g- past .hfft'l
3rd Monday nights of each
years and a f rmer two-year
It Pay! sutution has alta.nrd baccalau- :month. Membership drfv MARKETThe

now on. All residents of

Brownsville invited to join
Only 3 More Left I Neal Adam. Prts. management of Shell's City refuses to serve

W C Bawl aee', Negroes at its lunch counter.

FOR RENTWITH i On Wednesday, August 17, the manager of this store

I New WFEC Schedule had 18 White and Negro customers arrested simply

OPTION TO BUY MONDAY THRU FRIDAY because. they asked for service. This could have been

Beautiful New Hornet in 645 a rofe.gn un one of your family-or you.
7JO Speaking Sports ... ..
I IJ e Walker) To buy in this store means the endorsement of racial '

RICHMOND HEIGHTSNo 734: am -Gospel Blind Boy discrimination.WE .
8:15 am laical" Church Sere
83O am -G.*pel Blind Boy URGE THAT

Money Down.-Move Right In 10-00 11-eo: on am-Blanche Ed Cook Show Calloway 1. SHELL'S CITY SERVE EVERYONE AT ALL

3-OO pm Ebony Exprw COUNTERS
3-bedrooms, carporte. storage shed, built-in oven and (TJ the DJ)
range 5:00: pm,--Speaking ( f Sport 2. SHELL'S CITY ENDS ITS POLICY OF RACIAL
566 pm Ebony Express
built.in 515: pm -J im Reid and Nora HOW CAN YOU HELP?
bedrooms Florida room,
full garage, large 530 pin Sign Ott

oven and range, landscaped lots SATURDAY6i5 1. Do not buy from Shell's City until the above condi.

pin -Sign on tions are met.
-- --f- Spiritual (Louts Griffin

Buy where part of your weekly payments will applyon ) 2. Write to the manager Mr. George McKelvey
12 -Blanch* CaUouay
your purchase of that home Shell' City

Street 3:00 paTij-Ebcoy ExpreM 5S41 N.W. 7th Avenue
13701 and 13711 Jackson
5:30 pm. Sign; off Miami

: ajn.- ign on and tell him you protest these discriminatory
.Spiritual (Joe WaStcr) policies.

or call D & HHI 12 5:30 M-Ed pm,Sign Cole off Show DON'T BUY DISCRIMINATIONMIAMI

ON Tin HOUR AND CORE Congress of Racial Equalityouth
81119 for appointment HALT HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY
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PACE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1960 And Eastern StarsIn

U your child a lovely_ dancer V Joint SessionGrand r.. lcTY i

? Let her join the Fine AIR CONDITIONED Master Rev. L. W. a wg .I N owls.Atu
Arts Conservatory. Two for Howard. 33rd de.re*, and Lady
the price of one dance les CAPITOLSAT. :amah E Miller. 32nd degree OX 1795N.W.. 22nd Ave. & 69th St i
Royal Grand Matron both -f the
ion. Registration Saturdays MIDNITE Must Worshipful Prince tall
10 a.m. Carver YMCA. SUN. MON.. TUE8. GraM Lodge of the State of Fla.
and M.1 on.c .JurHtiietien, Inc., FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ,
THEMAGNIFICENT' vrMI! meet' at I "ft'! Bethel P BCiurtto.
Auto InsuranceFor : NW 18th St. and First I VAN CHARLES :
Place, Friday N v.t, 8 pm. In
with Gordon Scott Jourt _10ft on their annual visit I
No assigned ri-k necessary I M0611101. :
$25 down. F.nanc.ng available: Plus"Macumba The vie'ctmung committee is :
ALTMAN INSURANCE: AGENCY Love"BUNCHE G F. Aldnd e. 31. Terr torial I "
768 NW 3rd FR 1-2421 G. M and vxc Royal Grand I II Sensational 1
: _... 1s
as 665*day pursuit
... .. I a.L I Pa'rrn, 111 Fletcher Taylor 33, 1 $ ""
I kiH
""-- 4 the r
DOG M ; Lad Mar> J Light
fort 32. D. DSpiritual. hip Atlanta "
I RITZ H! ; \' across tofpe4.th
Help? i
THEATRE II I SUN. MON.. TUES. t-, scroort
\/efed:: Bes! ed lncct e. Some 1 a t
STARTS WEDNESDAY I Voodoo Thrlllsl"Macumba v. i i1' bhnf< turoMS' and happi- I
Johnny Nah I Love"In near and I luck Send $6.00 cash to 1 t
8ihClP 14A.r. 1687 E. Mlh St. I
Jeffrey Hunter I Color apt 40. Cleveland OhIo. ,
Witness"PLUS : Good luck on Cuba etc. a n y
"Key PLUS"Herculel k nd (.fr" ritual Nark y u wantd .taJllImS.: .
Unchained"with me Tii uands are receiving _. ,
great bits .ngs daih Why not t .
"Rebel Set" I Steve Reeves V u' Help: n 24 hours. Write tod.J nMniilinT.aijJ.i'fll! 'liDl iRm. ;

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BOX I at StIlI",.Itit It.u.. w EVA MARE SAJn' Jlt nil ttrrw
SEATS 60C .1.1II w SAM SPl1cn.........ii tuOO SCJUIIC tM.r
uaun Kmrtm.Is al n au MM M a coivMU lull
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Registration/ Open Until' November 20 HL OWENS\ |


Brigieete BArdot in

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PHONE FRanklin 3-3381 for r.Ira. Deli,. .

' I LOCATED AT SIR JOHN HOTEL, NW 2nd to 3rd AVE. at 6tb ST. I IR I I

Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off

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CARDS nual Fellowship Hour" sp n..rtd
MEMORIALS SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1960 PAGE 17 by the Church of the Incarnation.N.

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r (dm.IT of the late (ov.ng mc.-nory of the late. p1c; CEMBNT n.VIMiai. Meek lay-
V .( GUSS'E McKEVER l r capable of laying out work

metb I to thank their end contracting labor Ed Phetan,
f. ends for their kind ex- 1.v 80W 27th ave.WANTED .

cf sympathy during :1
rent bereavement' Special POSITION
=> tthe psitor and memFrst J r\LJ3RT 011ege graduate (terms
Baptist Church of c rrk ea hwr or receptkMittt > b.

cka. and the Range Fun- NA 1-8140.

\1 tf May Oi d blr!a each w
i i '' FOR RENT
You shall be remember-
ur prayers. -II
Family 'V nm\'SHI8D ROOM Private
I !>n.-n? Me NW 87th at OX

live in Liberty City or Drowns- Mat Fk>rMa r an, extra bedroom
2-4.entKX: hour, ewnrr tot
Mur'el: Johnson Smith of v.l.c area. we wul! repair on or bith Remodeling of .
mod toraH n 5799 NW 2411ayt'
rind the Bronx, "N Y t .-nd.t Pay WTokly, Free estimates an>knd. rail Holmes NE 46726for OX 1-78M.
\r'Alh fateful aoi All work guaranteed. Call a : *.)ur building needs' al

the many cards telerrf ,1'i IX 1-9957. aldit.on r remodellna; can b. f.'lFUR'f1JC1.Ef: ) a er1mf'ftt, Niorplaee
ether kind expres- done ,A.th: no money down, up to 1uk1 68t NW IMh Ave
-tnosthv received from S >vars to pay UeetMd and Inmrod. !!'tt 1-977 or NE 4-1MM. N19

MVn. during her re- Job OpportunitiesDepartment Ml
m 'Iv-nM\t. in the
i'ucband.IR. FOR SALE
\ SMITH .f Promotion antfPublicity. Reiipholstcringtering

C.... *h will be ever grate- Greater Miami Urban tering work, all kln4of 'ttt t'NSM0; Pr perty. Two story
.f rou M.v Oi H b'f'tt ---- League, 3U NW First it, H. furniture recovered reasonable M store or ofTn-e ad ttireeUMirtmeat

and wondrrfti1 friend : i ) ETftTl'DOE Allen Wheatley Jr. "...tI..1 Ph mFR 4-162 W Barren We Sale' or Irae. MakvfT.

H ,.' Johnson Smith .h. -f,- Or1, txSi services, secretary. Phone fttI. prk: up and deliver r 3M6 NW Stud at MU
647t.I. .
9:11': 1-1749 N3bg

rAPt OFT THANVC'It' .I" .i N'n t'1, wnf' I. h
>irv "('(n.. 11ae .....soo lot.
1- RENT en
f: h
i ::1 )rt''OU. rront 3 baste om. rear 2 bedf -
nT n'rtcmil rest I havem ,
Inadequate to ex- Y Hall Oftie
'- 'he nh aAd aporecia-' '(-u '<' very much for Dr aft u h I'"< Aide r ROOM tn private home' 1444 NW Very nie*. all for >9.*
.he many friend far m' r nc words. and th* Enc neer.nc Denfimn 7it St. ox t-0073 on 4 arranged StM-38 NW
its tt MU 1-S740
it nrfne"w. thou thtfulnro! "no-fitfu: th rt. you wou'd: d: Painter ---
n. ef'! h iwirit in the hour : ve :h? tx-au.ilul (%ritln Arc tint Clerk MOO S. Furnlthed. ISM NW
'>"t mveT enst in the paas- life cost lived the 16 'wears *e L.fr; Guard Ith ave Call OX 1-5896 for Information ,",M DOWN $7f per month CBS
t ..- h'ered! father the acre to ether Your : rt>*aee Chrk !IMf -ny 3-twJronrtt- bath aln -
i -.t, "" AbrtMrf Thomas- till 1 I.vcs with me at all times TypistA r at new Very clean. no qisaUn -
r.1.Oct. 23. Com I' i shepherd gjard and C.l.dlal ut.motJ8odJ'MH Work UNF1JMHISKMO APT and f.r- n m ve rajfct It's 1 IVIftl NWllftttt
Supervisor nahee4 174 NW 5& StIX St or call ewr. FR
-," ,f""tv thank those who kr |} C ne watchman take Building C.'n..tnK't.onEn'il'kC'riaC : room. th
: Supervisor
r r"c of eandolencw. telend thy aland. all.n anavt.it T\'chntci nAuuitnotivt I-MW S. A riwrrv IMf

flkrvers They hare : near % guide Our !hravenlyFather : Et|.. claim His own ICF. the hauue. Few r.....
"fh'eri the burden we'I. .. .-. *. Mlltioti. 'tarax room. pr fenal .-
t.."a.n M F. r.4T,' ,s 'fLillian i s h. porch J16JO week.Jtou .
a' r* '" >- natf'fu1 for hlk l to the. Rev :: E Ch -h !lm. D VJunm ". .. k ::- "W 4th S<. MU 1-5748 ,!.'- I or tuisliifM {.<....140.! Opm
n orayers and 1 to 0 all week by "'Afx>r. 5X1
.t E K.ni, daughter NS
n. words wthlrh
have SEE THE SOUTirS NW ISth ave
much In riving roiritua'

-,f renth. Again. thank IN MEMORIAM LEADING COLORED I.KDfiO(Mt HOUSE Porch. I.A NOt: HOME hv owner 3 of 4
painted: 2tM Slat St
'Mav the Lord ab ve for.h In Ii hit 01\' ng n-itri. f\ ,.f psvrmc READER Mi'" I I-574 Call before 8r"CRMANKD twdrot'ltn" ..'1m...... In rear
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IfOR. EI. ) ''tty rcrtvnpMely
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me hM to thank I a ,. H" lunch Ch.kirrn: from 6m
.. n' friend for the ex- I. M 1 1 utter t. KK 4-4K4 after ,nth, tu 1\ years $450 per
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-*"t hf'd :las' Sunday af'emoon --
VrtMvrment. Special were Let her year of eipertenc guide St Nit
th* taster and mem1 t the Chum ol Gild, D -rfirdIloarh and protect you throughout life tUmMlKG HOUSE. Cry
1 matedfiwid iw rat hd FK _ t
Tabor Baptist here In r In i -
as a lighthouse: guide the ships
vH th- Range Funeral erf rattier than !***) paid a ttrrm For SUCCCH in busmorp I 1I 1--- ro relief. of arthritic and rh.".
""ur kkxtee-w will Anal tribute to the late Elder >'.fMNIHHtI) tsfMJ8t; watti tw.tw .
never and lovt. matte pains go to Dr. Vales S.Lunln .
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> FamHy The Rev. Puitfer died on Oft -CONSULT HER- r ..*... K! >rich ....... bata with OX i IWICt

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Mr. Wr c'arke. da t..1 I .ran t-hdrt'n; and a host of oWf ...m.. furnisher kitchen.

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Brnwn daughter or uwtuessI+nd apt
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I.a-a enee son 2-lkdroom CIXS apt. Stove St024Managaf I *.. prsPtoOi OX 1810 N.W. 50th St.

i"' $595 Down
MFMfRTAM and! refrigerator. Hot and IG6 N-W. 73rd ST. --
Ft'k11t.ft Beautiful 4-beHroom bath
J MIAMI FLA ) ROOM for ..Ued 2
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2 bedroom, no closing costs.
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COST THEY PA ntiit HI 4-f 3t

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Schools Celebrate
' I Orchids to the AEW commit Mrs. Edna N. Starke al"tig with

tee Mrs. Inez Fryson, chairman, other faculty members haft made
for having a memorable agenda plans for the observance ol
! for our observance' of American American Educatkn W+eelk. The

Education Week Education Week theme Strengthen Schools! For

Our daily morning deviations' The Sixties. All our activities

will include guest speakers who I are aimed toward making the
I will center their talks around the theme practicable.
, theme of the day

THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA I II i Douglas is actively engaged in Monday's theme: Interested! Pa* A very interesting playlet.
" I making preparations for American rents Stronger Schools. A dill- Irate Paft'nt..n. be presentee!

PAGE 18 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1960 Education Week which will gent parent Mrs. Evelyn Tynes Tuesday night by the 5th arid 8th
I I be observed Nov. 6-12. 'I will be speaker of the day. grades The parents and friends
In keeping with the general 'Tuesday's theme: Able Board will be royally entertained with

theme. 'Strengthening The I Members Stronger Set 01,. a Cover Dish Supper.
j 1 We will, be
Schools for The 60's." a panelq most fortunate In that
Education Week is to The PTA committee fully rea- mposed of educators a student we will have a most able board We are encouraging parents
and friends to visit the fch'w>l ldrrlnr
\ be observed by Dade County lived its charge on Oct. 31 for I j and a parent will discuss! the member as our speaker Mrs. thleTht" week

Schools during the week of Nov. amid d iwnpours of rain and I daily topic over Station WMBMon I Ann. Brenner Meyers.
PTA Pre-Teen
612. The purpose rt this observance dampness throughout the whole I Nov 12. Wednesday: Quality Teachers five a -
i Stronger Schools. Mrs social Friday night Oct.
is to better acquaint the dar. the farents, teachers and Mrs. Lucretia Cohxnan is Frances -
I I : Scott grade teacher from 28, which was a great ueeen.
parents with the teachers their committeemen' worked to make | ably assisting the panel members : Est Opa Lrcka: will be the F.. G Primus principal
work and the curriculum: the carnival success. Orchids {in organizing materials- for the speakerThursday S. A. Osbome, reporter
Mays High Scho 4 in Goulds is to that rroup from the school tit 'I discussion.: Daily broadcasts will

in the process of preparing special having done a job so well.A I also'be aired "vet our PA sys Stronjer Ample Schools.Funds CorneUusGrlnt. BROWNSWILLE JR. HIGH

activity for that week, tem. With Mrs. Eolyn Klmbro
bouquet of now"sas sent a prominent driven, will
aside from the given t'9iCl for to Mrs. Madge Partier, who for serving as announcer the following be the speaker The faculty PTA and student

di.cuson: Sunday. Nov. 6. Serious the last few weeks., has been i teachers will participate and Friday Challenging Curricu- body codiallv invite the ritlrens6f
Student. Monday. Nov. 7, conducting an Arithmetic Work- share their via+* on each topic: lame: Stronger Schools. Mr BrtwnsvllV to t.in !In the no-
Interested Parents Tuesday, November Medames Lola Martin. Cussie -f'fV1tN"t" of American Education
i shop for the first grade teachers. &z Fry, !speaker.
8. Able Board Members, The theme' of the w rkshop was: Jackson (jnkfrom Bethune- Week Nov. 8-11.

Wednesday Nov. 9. Quality "Developing. an apnraciatlon for Q okman College). Winifred LILLIE C. EVANSTO AEW U observed each rear so
Teachers, Thursday Nov. 10. Numbers In Daily Doles, Louise Caper Lillie Doles, that citlren* may become m re

Ample Funds Friday. N /Y. 11. Beinning Nov Life"G IS on everyT"ueday )' Coachman Rowcna SUtton AU Parents and Friends: : familiar with the ooenUon of

Challenging curriculum: and and Thursday from 9:30: and Miss Leonie Adams. The The principal and teachers activities "

Saturday. Nov. 12. Life Long > 9:45 '.m. our !school will be fourth graders will present a wire you to join them in a
Learner. ncluded in the Educatl nal) TVSpeech playlet i culminate the work long bservance of American Education enrichment The general them

Parents how -would you like to Improvement Program activities under the direction of Week beginning on Nov f r thU rest I-i 'Strenrtnenlng

be back in school again Well vhlch is directed by Dr. Betty Mesdames Alyce Clapp and Althamese 7 t 8 p.m. when teachers will j the Schools for the 80'It ."

Wednesday is the day for you to Phillips. Meadows.We demonstrate new teaching techniques is our sincere hope that
shall present third in reading and arithmetic
come to the school and find out our
how little Johnny will
plan be with
meeting is g ing to be held Elizabeth" Atkinson J Is currently window of The Atlantic Furniture regular PTA meeting and are this weekJ. to us during

in the auditorium at 730 so working hard on a play: "The Co.. 1233 NW 3rd ave.. dally urging all parents to attend
here is another good chance that Magic Fishbone" to be presented from 830200.: : Nov. 710. The Wednesday morning at 10 ..'clock
have to c ne along and bring sometime during National Child- foil wing. second grade teachers Mrs Jane Roberts, school board R. E. LEE ELEMENTARYThe
you ren's Week will be observed this year Mrs member will be our speaker' .
Johnny with Toe public PTA met Monday n' htmrith
invited. you. |II Let u, n t forget PTA Night Carolyn Johnson. Miss JacquelYn The di cua.ion topic will be: a tremendous d'd, had a
Tucvday Nov. 15 !in the cafetor-I Frazier Miss Thelma Hart Able Board Members Strong
James M. Simmons principal venr enjoyable program rrhlrh
ium. i and Mta' AWtene Lynch. We encourage er Schools.Be followed by
was interesting
Dave Boone reporter up an -
The physical educational" department our parents and the an interested citizen V1J.ItYOU film on Exploring Your

EAST OPA LOCKA .... has announced the lined viewing public to observe oursecond r school and se bow Rrmrth and Nutritln. then a
for its Wednesday Champion graders in action.Mrs strong it is. during American follow up oral discussion.
ship Touch Football Teams Mrs. Education Week. Nov.
The East Opa Locka Elementary Zeol. Jones and the Curriculum
School family under the Vera Simmon Tigers vs. Earl Council Each parent was given a PTA
have worked
Williams' Ltons. The lineup L 1- BETHUNE ELEMENTARY calendar for the
supervM n of the principal Mrs l tows diligently to insure a sucomful year so they
J&M..tHnt" D Macke,. has begunto : week of activities The sixth trade claws of Mrs will be kept Informed of our
main agendas for month.
make big plans for the observation LIONS Charlotte F. Clarke, principal Reed, Min Farmer and Mr W. each
Sarah Anderson president
of American Education Jimmie Rochelle r.e.; wnut"Evans. Arleen R. Williams reporterR. Wrisnt preHited' a most inter Vannle Sutton. '
Week Nov. 612. A cordial invitation rt Rodney Moore reporterYour
; rg; Cal- eating program In climaxing our
is extended to the publicto vin SeJJers. c. Johnnie Green !Ig; R. MOTON observance of United Nations I I

obetrve the week's activitiesby Sidney Barry. It; Charles Al- Week during our regular assembly
visiting the school and sharing bury. qb: Anthony Chipman. rh; Sunday. Nov 6, marks the be- last i..eek The boys and flrli Miami Times
in the activities. 1bert srirming of American Educatkn
many I Dixon. lh who participated on this program
Week. We at Moton extend the .
The following plans have been
was presented through
TIGERS invitation to all parents and a On Sale HereDOWNTOWN
made for the week: rand gave interesting inf'
'j t Aloe Patter n. re; Roger friends in the community to ..tsit lion the rms-
Sunday 11 am. Morning concerning structure and
I Campbell rt Rotten with us and share the
; Johnson experience
rg; fashion of the United MIAMI
worship, Mt Hermon AMC: 1 Nations.
Eugene Wi Won. Charlie Coch- of education in its makln
Church (taachtr participation). I Ir c; Thanks to Mrs t' Parents and friends' of Bethuneare Ramos Grocery SC2 NW 14th tUEconomy
ran ; Malcolm Smith le Louis Manra T. Won
Monday. 8JO: *m. Theme: Gilchrist.( le ; thy and her urged to visit with us during Drug HOI NW Ird Avs.
; Enoch A. Bethel qb; a mm It tee. a full the
"Interested Parents observance of American Education Park Sundries 11S4 Srd Avs.
Clinton for
Smith, rh; James J-nes program our visitors has been
Sch ol," assembly program) Ih. arranged.,; I Week. Nov. 612. Barklty's 1201 NW 3r4 Av*.

Tuesday. 7:00 p.m Theme': .rvlct Drug 1240 NW Srtf Ave
"Abfr Board members Stonier Special thanks goes" to Mr. Dix Monday. Nov. 7. business men : tin The which f lk awing .U be a list of acthrl- Walk-Inn 1042 NW 2nd Avs.Harltm .

School," "(lack to School on and hu custodial staff as and president of local organizations will presented: Drug 1400 NW Srd Av.

Night for Parents" (parent par well as to Mrs Wynn and her have been invited to a lunch Sy!Daily iem) devotional 5th grade topics in (P. A. Honey's 1522 NW Srd Ave.
ticipation.) tafT for their undying cooperation n at the school During the Monday "Serious Charts 340 NW Hth Terr.
during Hallowe'en Carnival luncheon they will be given tins : Wesley Students"Rev Lsnny's 1700 NW Srd Avs.
Wednesday. 8:30 am.Th"Quality eme Time Once asain it is Junior Red Uftict concerning the Dade County Geary speakerTuesday Arch' Mkt. 1700 NW 4th Ct

Teaching StrongerSchools" Cross Enrollment Time Students School svstem with emphasis Mrs M Squire"Interested Parents. Jar'p Drug 427 NW 20th St
(teacher interchangewith at our school have received their on Moton Elementary Tuesda speakerWednesday
<< 1!. Stanley's Mkt 1100 NW 4th Ct
"Ample Funds.
Bunt"hePark Elementary). buttons and are working to make Wednesday and Thursday have Walter C Cocdell. My.'" B7I NW lOUt It.

(Spanish demonstration, and a good a ntrtbutkm to the JRC been reserved for parent visitation : "ChalUtngmr' speaker.Friday Curricu- Dials Drugs ItS NW 2Oth It.
tore delays) program at the scha 1 J. On
these days lums" Fletcher PaK" Hillside U42 NW tth Avs.
Thursday. 8:30 am.-Thtmt": Mrs M F 'ilUama. Prin the parents have been invited to er all. speak P.rnoe'e 1501 NW Ith Ct.

"Ample Funds Stronger Dent, Thoma IV. reporter dine with their children. .'. Drugs lOt NW Srd Ave
School. Open house will be conducted
3:30 pm (riascro m project POINCIANNA PARK Friday. Nov. 11. culminates Thursday beginning at 7:30 pm Evan U' NW Srd Ave.
Barkett 70S NW 2nd Avs.
Friday. 830 ajn Theme"Challenging :: the week's activities. This is ParentTeacher I Guests are invited to observe t in
American Education Week the claasro from Bark.tt *00 NW 2nd Ave.
CurriculumStronger Conference a day ns 7:30 to 8.00:
School. will) be observed in an unusual 1 set aside throughout the county after which the will assemble F.LT. 714 NW 2nd Ave.
way by the members of the when parents and teachers get in the cafetorium} where the fifth Alex Sundries 715'! 2nd Ave

33O pjrrv-(cUtMToom visitation P incUn school They will introduce to gether to strengthen the liason grade cla *es will present playlet Harlem Sweet Stop 708 10th St

) (PTA Conference: Day) ? the Liberty City Area tots ? between nome and school for the "Interested Parents A primary Tucker's Gr.. 1400 NW tit Ct.

Parents, please don't m las first live claasroum demonstration purpose t meeting the needs of selectionwill silo be featured by Betty's 152t NW lot PI
MBaolc to School Night for Parents Monday. Nov. 7 through i our children in 4 coherent' and members of that area. Carries C... 1SS NW 17th St

." This is an excellent op- I Thursday Nov. 10. rewarding manner. Parents The teacherswill beIn action People's Drug 402 NW tth St

portunity to come out and checkon won't you make this effort a during the regular assembly
your child'. progress, and t. i! The classcro m will be locatedin I successful one! Thursday at 9 a.m in the caf e- LIBERTY CITY

enjoy the very tasty meal) which the window ol the Liberty ton xu.Mr. Community Drug 750 15th Avs.

we have planned for your lunch. Trading Corporation. Inc., 2178 The Dade County PTA Qxm- ataxic Edge and Mrs Susan Llttl. Super Mkt St20 17th Ave.
o Josephine Mackey. principal NW 62nd ;t. Teachers participating tit will meet at our school on Butler William{ are serving Bethel's IIn NW Itth Avs.Smith' .

Hazel W. Matthews, reporter in the clauroom will bet Nov 18. at 730: pm for the culmination as co-chairman for this observance S704 NW 11th Avs.Newton's .
Mrs Lillie!! Willis,
1st grade of their county-wide (320 NW Itth Ave

Monday 8.30-1130 ajn. Tag Day. An interesting program Walter Cocdell. principal Ballad .700 NW 15th Ave.Liberty .
FLORAL PARK ELEM. Mrs. Delores Miller. 2nd endeMonda -. has tarn planned and this meet Elli tt J ScaveUa. reporter Beauty. (707 NW 15th Av.

) 1-: pjm. ing pr stir to be a rewarding Griffin's 572 NW 15th Avs.Bannister's .
TU-as October 31 when the one. All parents are invited.
mighty rain clouds bunt. Mrs. B. J hnoon 3rd grad ftttO NW 15th Ave.
the air with dampness filling. Tuesday 830-1130: '.m. I We- would like to congratulateour Coming: Events at Seymour's 1S04 NW Und It.

where! every Mrs. Josephine Rolle. 4th grade very fine school patrol for Jackson's 1000 NW 12th Ave
I the Dorsey Jr. High 0'*..'_ 2101 NW (2nd StMatthew's
I., Twas Hallowe'en and goblins Tuesday 12-3 pjm I wrvice it u rendering 0 Uachol. I'
and "witches came out to play beneath Calvin McKlnnev. 5th grade 1. This group is under the sS1 NW 15th Ave.
the sheltered a ofs of Floral Wednesday 830-1130 a TO. sponsorship of Moes Poole and Thursday Nov 10. 8 pm Convenient" 5804 NW 22 Ave.
Heights. that perfect wet day. Mrs Ida McKay. 5th grade. has been duly installed by Off The school is presenting Ph""'', Stere HIS NW 17th Avs.

Twas candied angles, pop Wednesday 12-3 pm.Mrs cer Griffin of the local police Misfit of Words Music and Dance Thomas 2350 NW 75th It.
corn peanuts, snowballs force. in observance of Amer.can' Edu Lsrnsr's 2090 NW 75th St
and hot does, provided by Vivian Owens 6th grade, cation Week.' The admission Is Fredsrkk's 145 NW f2nd St
the PTA that they did feast Thursday 830-1130 a.m. I M ton has welcomed to our tree. 18th Ave. Gro 8307 NV* U Ave.Cornniunlty .
Fred Morley 0th grade Thurs faculty this year Mrs Juanita!
after fishing for Shoe Shins
gifts in the Hal- day 12-3 Bently Friday. November 11
pm. Jeffries a graduate of : 6C2 NW 15t." Ave.
AU parents and friends are I Boston University and former Parent-"Teacher! Conference J and J 1410 NW lA'd St
urged' to and teacher in Honolulu Day will be held fr-m 8 .
stop by see bah our who who .m. I to Lincoln Fields 2001 NW d St
BEST DEAL IN TOWN children are tau et. I will be working with the fourthl.Ta 3 p.m.Monday.. Scotty's 7501 NW 22nd Ito Ave.

2 Bedroom Apartment Nov 11. is designated Parent : group Mrs. Mary ivy of November 14. 1 m.
u ;, Fayetteville Teachers College and I p OPA LOCKAMag"o'a.
2 Entrances Conference- Day. Please visit Regular PTA meeting will be
teacher in .
the ,
Fayett Sundries
I held !in the 22 Ave
Your Own Gardan the school: and acquaint ycurelf ville. N. C. school system is permanently I auditorium. All parents Mlllsr, isiio NW
with the are requested to attend 22nd Ave.
work that
No CrowdingNew your I substituting in the these events. Bunchs Drug 22SO Bunche Dr.
are doing. I II Special Education area for Mrs, David' Lawroi
Paint J. Henry J
bInslds Mott. Jr.
Ruble B. Much chairman
I Mary Jackson who is on matern 15901 NW
mud Outside AL..V We k Activities ity leave Yours truly is b a e k Publicity chairman 20th Ave

Elizabeth N. Pit Una n, Prin. again after 1 year's absence.Linnle BROWNSVILLE

Opposite' Wsw Christian Hospital -- W. Fannin, principal 1 1 Splc' and Span 4401 NW 27th Av

S200 N.W. 47th It. NE 4-4S4S Gleoda G Hams, r u:ate MIAMI TIMES ADS Heals 424 NW 27th Ave.

'*.e'cn pond, rCALL OX 1-0421 TODAY BrowAsvllls Drug 4414 27th Ave.

Come out and 'look-got free gift *Tis. thanks we say u tin Elnsra 4320 NW 27th Ave.Local .

"TA for such a fine canrntvaLPT Advertise! It DON'T COST THEY Tracy's 5010 NW S2nd Ave.'I .
Pays1 PAY
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credit to hu race,to sports,and to his nation,
of the greatest world leader for civil
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REMEMBER : When You Vote Tuesday NOBODY

Knows HOW You Vote; You Can SPLIT YOUR VOlE

For Your Own Interests, Pull Down The Lever And




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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Mr. and Mr!: Harold Fergusonare -
now residing at 620 NW 4th
PAGE 20 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1960 ave, Hallandale. Mr. Ferguson Is FOR RENT : IMPERIAL
a well-km tn band leader at the
--- Harlem Gardens. HOMES
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I Directo-- wtC.'___ ."".....,....,- ...., Furnished House
Workshop A political rally will be held .
Nov 6 from 1 to 7 pm. at the I $400 Down FHA
Broward Carver Ranches Park 48th and 3 bedrooms, Urge utilities
21 County Republican Party ot Precinct 92 room, fenced yard. I 3 bedroom 1 Vt bath
'I1 and District 5 Special guest ,
Newt Herbert J. Burke. Free barbecue. MU 1.1752 Awning windows, built-in

.jr : JOIN THE NAACP! I Oven and rangeModel

wetter .... UI t i
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The CHW Chamber of Com-
m. ret( will: meet Nov 7. 8:30: .,? m 50 z 110 Good for 2 troIU-$1,250 10251 Coral Reef Drive
ui 1 .;a buJding. I
The Star Light Ledae meets
Friday TempSe.Mrs .at 8 p.m. at the Masonic BRAND NEW-LoreIy 3-bedroom, 2 bath and far. 5-4892 NE 4.0691

age, oak floor, tile roof, built-in electric kitchen
Jessie Mae Hartnett and
.. R a Mae Itertnett left on Oct. 1430 N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.
2p for a few days vacation ;in MIAMI TIMES ADS
: Nataau.On their return Mr.,. SEYMOUR BARON ,
will continue her -
van I I
JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343
.....__" '5.fIttI and* ?*Phaadelgh& | New York Newark I CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY

Mrs Id. Bell I Jackson Matter -- -
principal and owner <:i Jackson's
Ted! '* tort will conduct the PTA

workshop for District 10. Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the Community
TIM.tht'fIW for discussion will

Seho-ExfWienee I Child."*The for meeting tile Pre-will FOR A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY

be held at the Dcerfield} Beach --
Etenwtttary School Saturday
NOI%. 8:50 a.m to 4 pmMr V -
*. Toomer is the host principal .
; Mrs. Phillip U general /
etMtkma and president of Brave
/ ant County PTA O,unett.

Principals and teachers of Dade
and BroAard nurseries, day care
renters and kindergartens' areMMrvintf
9* a iwuhairt on this

program .
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Let your boy blow his hornat
our Fine Arts Conservatory
band cI.... Thursdays

4 p.m.10 Registration a.m. Carver YMCA Saturday This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

Personal MentonThe

Rev N F. Clark. 155J NW
68th St.. returned on M :nday $20 WEEK
from Kt"y.1 where he spent OR $88 MONTH-ONLY ONE MORTGAGE TO PAY-NO CLOSING

partor two wveks of St.vacation Matthew's lie Baptist is the COSTS. MOVE RIGHT IN. OPEN SUNDAY 1.6 P.M. SEE OUR "BEN" AT 1955

Cbureh.Calender! Roberts, papular Nas. OR 1965 N.W. 53RD STREET.

San buine' . American Air ays on Sunday. He -
k the sjuvft of hU sitter Mrs. M.

t returned from New York $595 DownNo See 1850 N.W. 53rd St. Carport each side. Terrific loca

will City.be Mr affiliated Verline with Snyder ThetmaTroy' Lowe closing cost*. One mortgage 2>Dedroomf with rear all jalou lion to buses and shopping. City

Beauty Salon. 73* NW Only $86 month until paid. Opa lied Florida room. Carport,
3rd ave Mrs L we specializes to CBS, tile roof. water. Landscaped. $1,495 down
LwM..n..JIkEVl"r Perms and ha.r Locka. 1551 N.W. 154th St.
cutting' For appointments call) Open Sunday 1.5 p.m. Only $795 DownNo Open Sunday.
FR 4-9188
closing costs. One
-- mortgage See 5200 N.W. 19th Ave.


ADVERTISING and out. Close to school, bus. $595 Down TERRIFIC BARGAIN II!!

HUNDREDS SPECIALITIES OF PRESENTS BUSINESS Total price $8,995. $795 down. Move right in. Only one mortgage I 3-b droonl, 2 baths. 60x100 lot.
BUILDER GIFTS $80 month. One mortgage. payment of $79 per month.No .
These catalogs are avallablt for closing costs. Quiet area. 2- Front and rear porches. Closed
you to M' at your convenience.Gifta See 1739 N.W. 59th St. bedroom.
that will Increai* customer garage, kitchen furnished. Total
Traffic" in stores and service
firms. By offering them freer $9,500 $1,500 down. Onlyone
r glfta through newwpjpe ads circulars
direct mall counter display 3-bedroom, 2 bath. New CBS. 3-bedroom CBS and Florida mortgage at 6%, at $63
!, and window poolers. More room. Priced right. Close to NW
Custom built
**T raffia" means more business on 75 x 100 month. Clean. Close
12th Ave. and 54th St. bus. to NW 12th
Immediately." All prices are lot. Carport, large utility room.
wholesale, low a'> 1';' cent. All For Completely furnished. Only and 62nd St. Buses. See us, hur.
particular buyer. North Mi.
gifts with your imprint your $995 Down
advertisement will be read over ami Beach beauty. ryl!!
and over again. Promote word of Plus closing cost. FHA deal.

J wK mouth have advertising.b.... given Customer free gifts See 1500 N.E. 152nd Ter.Do Only one mortgage. $A1 month. __4J :1:
generally show them to family,
friends and neighbor, who will Custom built luxury home for
com In for their. likely to become Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS. Jalou- the particular buyer. Brand
eultomers.Isn't want to build church? ,
you a lied Florida room. Carport, close
It an amazing how new. 3-bedrooms, 2 baths
thing ,
people will go out of their w.y. We have large piece of ground to 54th St. and N.W. 17th Ave. 2-car
1 carport. Oversized
to get something for nothing. 200 x 170 feet in Opa Locka. : buses. Only one mortgage. $72 utility
Call and ask to see ono of our Priced right. Term I monthly, including insurance room, large bedrooms, 75x103
advertising catalogs. : and taxes. lot. Large Florida room. Call ua.rHE .

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j + Hour: 8 a.m. to 4 pjn. :
/ At Christmas. remember your SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET
valued and wonderful customer

t Surprise them j II FAIR I REALTY PL7-1645


We are open every day 9 a.m. to G p.m. including Sundays

CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY Lilt your lots with UI for quick cash lale. Beat prices paid


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