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 12, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00028321:00240

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Miami Vote Went Strong for Kennedy I

Thruston; Morton Republican on ten such precincts in which I 120-Kennedy" ...-.........-.. .. 901 121-Kennedy .4...... ... ... !M7
Vat,,anal Chairman was asked on Kennedy polled 10.725 and Nix Nixon .._.__..?_ 231PresidentElect Nixon ._.........._._.. .,... 276 I
i Wednesday to analyze the reason on 4.120: ... _
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for the Republican defeatin No. Votes -- -

1r the election on Tuesday lie'' 75-Kennedy ,,.,-.............. 940 and First Lady I
said It| eau probably because the Nixon __ 288
COP lost the Negro vote by a I Kennedy ...,......... 1.277
larger' percentage thin in prevcm .NIX9ft ......._.__ _"_..... 323 ., . .. ?
elections! ,! 1S-Km1'M'd1 ..._.._.. T17..._....... 955
lie thinks Nixon ..._...... ............ ....... 252 y
that MH
of hose thing" was Just one to-Kennedy .*........ ..__._ 739 -
t '', Nixon ......._.___._.... 421
Many observers feel J that those W-Kennedy ......-...,,....- 1.295
.,r.g distance telephone calls the Nixon ......._._....._.... 314 .m1T .
Kennedy brothers made to help 87-Kennedy .....-.,.. _..... -.. 622 :
Dr Martin Luther King to be Nixon ......._._.._.._............. 408(
d Y .r rescued: from Jail in Georgia 204-Kennedy .......,.. ... 1,987 ev
probably dd; the trick. ........Nixen __.-.- ._.... 1.044
In Dade County, in every feecinct Nixon ..-. 1.044
that Is predpmfoantfy Ne 118-Kenndy .. ..................., 75S '
:.harming Cyntha Kncwie) ; 11 I Ito the choice was overwhelm- Nixon ......._..._.___ 222 ,
a member of the Dade County Injrfy for Senator 'Kennedy.The 119-Kennedy -............._. .,.. 1004
Junior College Student body at following! is a breakdown Nixon ... ... .. ..........._... 273

Northwestern School I ___ I II
Presently employed) In an after I I -
echo' I Job.I. cashier at I

Bannister Enterprises, M j s sKna I Ghana Official Protests
.Jrs plan to t'I1the field
of speech and dramatics upon
the completion of her studie,

1 KILLED CAR CRASHA ; 3 HURTIN Georgia Handling

A ..- was killed and three H V H Sekya, first secretaryof --
the Ghana embassy in Wash
men were the injured car they on were Wednesdaywhen riding ington. DC. lodged' a protest

in smashed headon into a telephone with hi> ambassador on Tuesdaythat Bishop Harris Opens State
pole on NW 7th ave. and be was pushed from a (oiling
ISth itDead place in Georgia, which
i( Mrs. Ann CHborne. 90. President Eisenhower had invited
1226 NW 5th court Her husband him to observe. Methodist Conference Here
Den. 64 who was driving the car. The Incident rhlch be reported
suffered' internal injuries and was by telephone" will be filed

critical condition' in Jackson with the U S. State DepartmentSeyki By REV. MARION NEWMANThe Annual Session onTuesdaynight
Memorial Hospital was visiting! a pollingplace
Ebeneier" Methodist gram
iwKh the
The' other t ro passengers Wf'JatMI /in }Mableten Cobb County Florida Conference of the I Ghurdv. NW llth St and 3rd The anniversary of the Conference .
Farquharson 52. of New Ga where balloti are marked by Methodist" Church opened its 90th Ave, Rev A. D. Hall pastor of board of education wttt also
Rochelle NY. both left; fractured hand after he had watched the -- the local church WM in charge be celebrated during the evening
and Harry Gibson 5%. of macfeine-balleting in Atlanta of the local serviceMAN.
Brooklyn with fractured arm a.hen the aliened incident occurred University, and a librarian of the programThe .
Sea Mabkton ts suburb of Atlanta school official opmHtg of the conference
and pelvis All the men are a KILLED IN
board Railroad pullmsn porters After sewing Seyki's credentials was Wednesday morning
On the New York to Miami run. Sevk.'s v.dii was sponsored by rlrrt.on offiCMkic ,*t The party was going' on a filing the U S Department of Commerce the" Ghana student around but opened with Holy Commun
trip. Police had to force the He wa. arcompanird by a forced the" librarian outside Sey- ion.The WOMAN
door open to remove the injured 5hana% student a':tend. 'I' A',ant k. sa.dPictured business of the eunfereAce
got under way. with the organisa. Metro" polie are erelong a 46yerokl -
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thin of the conference" and the man en a wurrfer eJMfjr
setting up of the ewmmittee after a skating to a qiril overT
pIw! a .CJftM ft-
SUPPORT NAACP AND *.. "y saM that J. C. WM, 14,
STUDENT SIT-INS of 4616 NW 31st Ave we* hot
done to death in front e-f hw ......
Among the many tfelns
Thursday nigfct Pass Taylor
by the conference was the PM-
jig of a reoiuUon by Itrv. M L. 48.
Police<< aid Taylor, whose address
J L. Newman as head of the Conference
loud of Social and Eoo-. is unknown fM after the

nomc liHations to stand firm by hooting
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_. i .y NAACP The Methodist body
y # l *rn' '*i record' a. ,n accord with FLY IN DRINK
'> :aic*> counter ait-tn and the
L i ir knrr. ..n dmutfwtration I The
conference fully voted in accord
w,.h! be NAACP in all of its put the f'y In Prtnr. Mae
t:;ic'Vm and bU4d tt** Coof Peterson's so?' drink' TlMft
N II yff *f ?i : a .f the United 5t.1tt. for a what a jur m Judge Sidney I.M"U' .
Co-rr'hng: kiftAiation ala the Acid I D0 CetMMy Stwl!
4 ttA ;f Cinl Might,. Claims Court had nit day Ww4nesday -
: o I te d.....
: e
T .e" conference went on to sy A mstdttrt .f 1946 NW ttfe .4 .
: ,. L the 1JK50 seakm of the Con- I lee. found a fly m the bottle I at.ter .
zrn' dad s", bttle as it could not drinking a part *f its .*.-
"ft be wrti i, edit Howcrrr. the: conference tents last Jw. !iiiM hewed it Ie
gave taaaks ID that for two doctors and three lawyers
4 c.\: j 19S7 notteng in the flrtd ofvj and to the s4x furor, tn eeurt.
; T ibertie* had been don for She sued a bottling company
$ 2 gears for $300 dams Th r .
i. I rd" from 8 ..m. to 5 pm. The Jury
1.t ti Tv? conference win continue dismissed the case
\in ':*s operations until the read- ,
t'I. ; -
: -$ at the ajtowvkments Sunday United Fund
cf'.cr the morning metsage.8ETHUNK .


SING TonightA

; a President" Richard V. Moore of :: pnon" tntecoated .ita h* ,..
.: : t of Ucthune Cookmaa College announced ing U the UaiWtS hind Dm* in
,: his choir! wIll sing during the North Dade an* ire asked

--------. .. _"- -_ 6.A----- ..0.--_____ the evening sc* ion Friday to meet 4n the sank epee room
I I ni..M at Efaenecer The choir wW of the" Ltt erty SgMsre manage
above are the officers !or executive director: Mn Ida *rice Cox. vice president; Mrs. I appear during the educational meat offit r. M4 NW Halls ave at
and members of the ncrvly or. Harkley. Sunshine chairman W..be P Williams, president1 night of the flerida annual conference 750: oYkk, Friday Nv 11.
ganued .'y-Je-A aClub of Mrs. EdHh Wa-Awgt n and Mus Mrs. Sarah Mobley." secretary and Dr Moore has invited The North Dade" area a mbrasal d
Murre.1 Branca. YWCA. Enid Curtis, Young Adult Pro- Mrs' Virginia Smith, chaplain. si. friend of the school to come ) of Liberty City Itrow......
I ,nom d-rector Net shown are Mr M A'.ha'ie!' out and .Hr the large groups Opa Look and North Mlas: *
Standing are Mrs. Carolyn B. I Rae and Mrs Ora HayvrorxL .ng Dr Denies, head of the Bob Hohrne from United rend
McDonald program director; I Seated: Mrs. Leila Williams, These "Y.Jml". promise to chow will be in charge of the headquarters and area chairman.
Mrs. Ollie Reeder. Mrs EteiM t.rogrem> chairman; Mrs. Mary put a nt"oand" bngftter Sparkle music Some Miami students at Garth C Reeves Will oulitae
B. Kemp Mrs. A. Louise BTsy- Ligfetfewt, treuxer Mr. Bea- m the activIt4es of MurreU 'Y' Cookmaa .a U1 also be on pro- briefly the profraca for this "Itl.or .


Washington A Homecoming HORNETS 34, New WFEC ScheduleMONDAY


Queen Attendants and MajorettesAttendant I Hornets defeated 6:43: am-Sign on
The Carver Ifcward High Blake of Tampa, 730 sin,Speaking Sport ........

...-.......- -r-- 34-13 last Thursday night at (J.e Walker)
Grove Park In Coconut OrlVe.tt < 7:33 a.m.--Cospel Blind Boy
was homecoming for the tiorneU. 8:15 am.-Local Church Serv
820 am.-Gospel Blind Boy
10:00 am/ Blanche Galloway
I.. Carver the peeing scored period two touchdownsin and one in 11:00 nn-Ed Cook Show
r H each of the' other three quarters. 3:00 pm.-Ebony Expms& *
t I Dlake talll-ed. two TD's in the 2nd (TJ the DJ)
period 5:00 P.m.--spe.a1dn cf Sports
Scoring touchdown for the (Joe Walker)
5:05 pm-Ebony Express
Hornets ere: Halfback Rudy
e M Itk I M Cambridge, on -20 and 51 yard 5:15: pjnJlm Reid and N8'A"1
runs and on a SO-yard pass play 5:30 p.m. Sign OUSATURDAY
'JIfz tr m Qjarterback Ernest Hart;
Fullback McArthur Carter, on a 6.45 p.m.stcn on
I 38 yard run and Hart on an 11- Spiritual (Louue Griffin .
a yard print Fullback Adofphm )
Paulk kicked four out of five 12 nn-Blanche Galloway Present -
fi Lf trie' for extra points. *
.' ; d } Scoring for Blake was Halfback 3:00 pm.-Ebny Express
Jacob Knight n an 85- 5:30 pm. Sign oUSUNDAY
:.f \ yard return of a kickoff and a I.
yard plunge over center. Archie
.. Hcbart kicked; one point. I 6:43: am.-Sign on
> Spiritual (Joe Walker)
} I .. 12 nn-Ed Co:fc Show
> -'
,. 5:30 pm.-Sign off
.. -- .. ._,.- REPORTS ON THE HOUR AND

Shown here are the Booker T and Clara Griffin. Baby Then d the high Finest Building
Wa.hnon: Alumni Homecoming The queen and he attendantswill school of Tutkegee' Institute will APTS. FOR RENT
Queen, Attendants. and Majorette reign over the Booker T. be the T rnadoes opponent in ADULTS ONLY
*. Washington h rrcomlng festivities their homecoming came f hfch Efficient
Above left to right: Mae AUx which: will be held next will be played that nlfht at MIami t t.B.droom
Norris, attendant. Irene New- Thursday Nov 17 The majorettes ) Stadium, Game time is 8 pm 5815 N.W. 12th Ave. 2 B.dr.*.nO .
time, queen and Shirley McCall 'will lead the giant parade Immediately following' the came t lEE CARETAKER APT. NO. 7 t.
attendant Beta are the majorettes which twill begin at 5:30 that will oome the football dance at Rent Office
: Prifleetta' Robinson Juan- afternoon and will pas, through the DTW gym All photos by I 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave
,ite Satemen. Loretha Shipman the principal streets of the city Johnson I
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I PAGE 2 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960 Auxiliary Board No. 2 of VOLUNTEER WORKERS FR 9-6779 FR 3-9367
Greater Bethel Church invites
-- -- -- you to attend its ninth annual WANTED Remember the beet Mta Q. fret
Harvest Sip Sunday. Nov 13 at .
A --- si&w
librarian Mid *he would zm wit the home of Dennis Smith 1293I
for me if 1 could remember the I NW 7th it. fr en 4 to 6 pm Call Garth C. Reeves I II
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World Over 58-6 NORTH DADEHOMECOMING show by Attacks band will brMlowed.
at half time, by the
I Daytona Beach The Wildcat crowning display of high st-
I of Dethune-Ceekman College ping caper and maneuvers b>
Realizing that the grandeur of 3. Robert' Drug II still! smarting fnm the 97- Bandmaster iMeCalb blue and
the feats of college and rofessIi 4. Olympic 0 dee -t at the hands of Florida SET FOR NOV. 12 White band. At this time Min
s1 gridiron has Its nucleus In 5. Liberty Bar j A&M Unvcrity defeated a Junior and lid, Senior Homecoming -

our high schools, we are brays 6. American Furniture I strong Morris College team by North Dade High School in Queen, each with two
eager to keep pace with the aethrttk 7 Sheehan Buick fee score .f M to 8 bet re a large Opa Locka has extended' a cordial attendant, will b tx"fNf"ftWd. AHt
of our community greats 8. Our Food Store I crowd' in the Anal home game of welcome t r all of Its graduates < the other homeroom queen
who will be the natloal heroesof 9. S. J. Rockets the season' Saturday. to return to the campus for who reported in the contest will
tomorrow. 110 Hot Si!: ape 11. be the field
homecoming on Saturday on a< the court of
I High sc re for the three ftame With 1es than five mLnutrosIfO'fH' 12 at 2:15 pm. At time the North these queen Trophies and s then -
Northwestern, Carver BookerT. IJet in the Art quarter EH nnell
of the week bowled by
wa' Dade Thunderbirds will meet presentat.ons' will be made at
Washing.11, North Dade and C. Miller 578. A. Miller SI 6. J. Burke, senior quarterback, threwa the strong Attucks High Eagles this time.
Mays are all high schools of 16 yards pass to Fullback Joe
Mitchum 514. E. Haye 511 T. of Danla in the season's mo 1
Dade County and all have competed Love good for the first sd re of -
Williams 508. for
ttlgh More a I Important battle on the gridiron.
or will compete one against single fame $ r the :week w a the Ierne. The try for extra The well appointed North Dade I I
the 4her. Some of these schools bowled by C. Miller 214; B. T.Haye ?oint wa no gi d Frank Cray 'I'I Athletic Field has been selected TOOTH'

have very excellent records at *, 201. J. Terry 195; J. ton intercepted a Morris passand a s the site for this encounter'
far as the win and lost columnsare Mitchum 195 T. Potter 190. ran 60 yard for the touch. ACNE"I t:::

tabulated and rare who areectrrmtmtty down. Arthur Cee Knight ran PARADE BEFORE GAME ..... ... ... fan M r.aQRA4EEL.
conscious and we FATHER TIME FLOORS the extra pj tat {i ........ ... ... .... ."
all should be, lx>k with pride or ARCHIE A big parade of float and ----

dlsguest with the showing of our In the weend quarter Burke decorated cars will precede' the ::.-::.. .....
school. However lest we forget When light heavyweight fift a keep play went over from game at 12 o'clck. It Is expectedthat ... ....... .... ?
It Is n't always to win or low a champ Archie Moore lost a fiat the six for the third TO Point every homeroom HTA and
game' that counts' ; I am sure our to Gnilio nmiWU Italian H fet no JIt1 d. related organization or gf up.
athletic supervisors coaches and heavyweight charp In R ne a Gordon Links, quarterback for connected with the school will
trainers teach our youths more few days ago more than a fight Marti College tmv a pass god be represented with a decoratedcar '
than fast to win rr lose. On a ra lost He tart that which Ha fw 60 yards to Clayce Bryant for < float. Interested busltuscs Men and Women
made him the admirable the only ftr the Morris
football field there are many champ feore or organizations of the commun
traits of character that are mold. he was he Tat! the ability to team. ity should contact filbert Strapp
f'd function beh< 41d the cpafeilittf< Train for Civil
hard work leadership i I DitnM'1 F.y.c the IWho is the Parade Marshall.,
team work development e.f mental of hia.ff' For many rear It wac iifirnrd iw-
faculties friendship and :i an a the Wildcat1 4Ui TD. Willie Mc-
sight to see the old bruiner '
tporUmanshJp are all drilled Into i j shad IN PARADEIn GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Donald IMle& Glade,
toe 11 I toe with thoc ment over
our boy and although vewng bucks
It" and Tatten them beyond from the 19 f r the fifth tally. addition to the colorful EDUCATION41UFFICIENT
admirable 1- mold 'I reeov-"
a rtar player.
it Is almost impossible without., ry Thl. sort of *tnina. ttntoritunately. Arfotphu. GHtfcv pawed to King band < Attuek High, groups
the forementioned ingredient* i,,i I laM. limit and new Davis fur the sixth TD from Bunche Park Rainbow SEND NAME. ADDRESS
M ere ha. Park and East Opa Locka Elementary -
come to his. In ttM1.last quarter Bobby Fra- PHONE NUMBER

NATION'S 'OOTBALLUNDI'IATED I In my opinion he i* still every tier threw. a IB yard pas to AU school. are expected to P.O. Box 4712
RANKS pound a champ. but he as nt American Robert Dxkerson frr IIrtldp.te.COLOR'UL
SHRINK young anymore and ha even, the tevnth touchdown The extra HALFTIME SHOWA Miami' 1, Florida Indfstart
Kt the knack Uc acting the point wa no good' The eighth
The nation's list of
major f otball teams dwindled part I t 4ohdown was made by Knight well-planned pre-gam

from five to three this past week "
as Iowa and Navy both were MAYS DROPS
toppled from the ranks of
Duke wruttled the Navy BTW 24-6
19-10; and Mlnnr*vta Gophers
undermined the nation's No. I
The Mav Hi.h School Ram
ranking Iowa 27-10 Minnesotahas
defeated the Booker TV***|.
prwrered lUelf to the of
.infton T rnadoe 34I
the lift 'With Old State .1
end Mb.souri '
night at Dr,ey Park (ZiIii
still .
clutching to the coveted .

petition of undefeated. Following a !worekn* firt a
half. May stored two touchdowns ,
FAMU ROARING TOWARDS a point and to aktimin .
CHAMPIONSHIPFAMU the third period and one Tt
and a p tnt In' tH Helot! Baolnf &
Hexing Its muscle! for
T. tallied the .
anee n AMI en *>- '
the Orange BloYrt Classic continued ter. \1
to overpower any opponent f kL
that shows up on the gridIfn Scoring TD" for the Ram* _
: its most recent" victim was were Halfback Wallace Rfe, our
North Carolina State who was a 7-VAfv4 pa liftaVAAalk aTTHf ewer iaaAaaaA'W l dare-deviled enough to score' 19 Halfback Willie .WH M .- tt C i
points against the defensesup to yard non and HalAwefc Otto ;:

then knpmetrable Artnatrong on a 2-yasd p11als e. )
ether mark of cmiit mutt go to
the North Carolinians for kerf- The Seat safety raoultesf tram ,
Inr the Rattlers tallying spree a punt bloie4c d in the eM attrsn k
down to 49 pointsIt and tw w Mi a tackle Ie ttlle" I r+ 1 M
1* gratifying to note that j s t
FAMU 1* rated No 1 among With MNpoM to play Ie..
small colletr of the matt n and Anal .U.f.. liootivr T'* mtarterb .
that includes White and Negro rk. Gu Mar*.Min Aisfii. .j jarowwl

colleges." left rd foe lit y.M. a.i

MISSOURI RATES FOR a touchdown The try tr i elsst
wan award

Missouri U hid choice 'f the North Dade Clips 1 tI

the Orange Bloajnm Classic con. 4
poct-te.son eiw* ti I;.,.,.rYearti
Day Missouri wa beaten Blanche Ely 32.12 enjoying

by Georgia 14-0 on Jan 1: However -
since Kansas. and Oklahoma QuarteriMck KfIft8fIda Sttnna*
are b
bowl game becauie of a NOCA to a 32-12 vctory over Ham..
probation Missouri is very likely By of Pompan Hea h W.tn...
to make a return trip to the day afternoon at DwteOf Fb.dSttsryoa ,

Vm-l IC.'Of'MoIiC' "
a ,-\ .rtt Ilan' "tf 1au+kle aM
DOINGS AT Ml ALLEY pia.vd l II.nd 9 vaMa fwWI)
more HallbMrk Karv H1'1 ....-c
Bowling up at MI| Alley tooka :r
the Art TD pas and *sU David
touch this
professional past Wins: pu:led m UW otwr .
week All teorn bowling in the
Also acrr.ag' for Da*** were
league were WrY sensitive l'f the i .
her*-k Uonard PhiH.sw a aSf.
keen competition they .Te up
-yard run and fullMCik W**>.
aoinct and had to put their .
del1 New on '"n e yard plwaps
effort out to hold their" standing Ful5bck: R-\ Larry b ot..t two

when the act to was over and out of five .*xtr the. allies were cleared this i* Scoring fr F.\ ae '. ArtbwSimmon
the way the standing were: on 33 aH pa from
1 Sir John George' K.ne.: Arad Aittaa:
2. Rattier Wr.gh': on a 21 vard; rue
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4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960 Come at You Are 1 15th Avenue'Businessmen Auto Insurance
For Everyone
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Fun and Barbecue Party aon- I to Meet I No assigned risk necessary
cored by The Florida BeautySchool $25 down. Financing available
Owners and Teachers at V u are asked to attend a ALTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
the home of Mrs. Ella Moncur, meettaf to be held Sunday. Nov. I 768 NW 3rd St, FR 1-2421
2625 NW 55th St.. Monday. Nov. 13. at 4 p.m. to organize for the I
14. 4 pan. Donation 100. dedication ceremony' t e completion Attention: Parentsof
of the 15th ave Project.i .
Main Office at 6740 N.W. 15th Avtnut-Phona OX 1-0421 Egelloc Book Week Gifted ChildrenThe
i I The meeting{ will be held in the
Branch at '112 N.W. Third Ave.. Miami. Florida-Phent FR J-22S branch of
Carver Dade
of County
The Annual Book Week Celebration wing Croup tOt
SUBSCRIPTION: RATES of the EfeHoc Club .,'*athe YMCA locatedn the ('OffK'rI I Gifted Children, an {nterraciai!
ONE YEAR ....!-O SIX" MONTHS 2.75 THREE MONTHS $1.7t be held at the home of Mr. and of N'W IJtto ave. at d Mth si.i croup operating through the Dade
I i I j County School Hoard will hold
Mrs. R. C. Jenninf Saturday, a
H. I.. bIClSMUNO REEVES Editor Nov. 19. t.ubllc meeting Thursday, Nov
Girth C. H..eve., Managing' Editor and Buelneea Manager ,, Thank Youi ;117! at 8 p-m. in room 211 Lind.
9ey Hopkins Building, N. E. 2nd
drew.,tPd *.. s. :::::, .-I*...: Mtffr.ti niM-., 1927. at the rout Office GraduationSunlight i i I wriah to take this method of jve. and 14th st
at U6tt+U. llnriiU.. un lrr the art of .March A. ...118TlIE thanking my pastor, the Rev. Topic for discussion will be
Beauty School's 24th \ F. Clark. oT eefs, members i -Identification of Gifted Child!
Annual Graduation exeretoe!' *1 and aux.U.rie of St. Matthew ren." If you have a youngster ,mi
EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK will be heJd at 3 pjn. Sunday j Baptist Church and all relativesand i the fourth, fifth or sixth grades
KENNEDY IS Nov. 13 at Mt. Sinai Baptbt friends for kindaee shownme t and you feel! that they are sifted
Church 14th st. and 5th place.
during mv recent illne-s in any way you should attend
Senator John Kennedy <( occupy the While: House on January 21, 1961 the na.U8tJ'S Tanks for \"ur cards. f.owersand > for membership.
as ,
Million Dollar f al! rrfher k.nd fec'un.. Spec Of the five board members '
31th pres dent In what was considered a close a. thanks to the Rev Obediah i the organization, Mrs. Theirr
race he defeated the Republican nominee. Richard Nixon, Wedding Monday BanA(an hanks to all \VMkerson of Liberty CLtJ Elementary )
Vice-president, by a vote of 548.352'ith him is Senator Lcahdora Bu..ard: is a member.

J.)' don Johnson! of Texas leader in the Senate who also Wedding There will and Fashion be a; Million ShaN Dollar at St ,

ran as Senator and was elected. He will resign the Sena- Matthews Baptist Church. 361 COMPLETE FOOD
tofhip. Senator Kennedy will be the youngest presidentever NW 17th St. Monday. Nov 14. STORE
elected to that office in at 8 pm Benefit of the Womm A G 21th
year* old. the United States. lie i is 43 Day committee An evening of. r A re. a' 54h St.
'I entertainment you can't alT"rd
Vice President :\ is 46, so that if he was elected miss! NEVER CLOSED

We would alo have a young president His running mate U. S. CHOICE
was Henry Cabot Lodge who resigned as representative LOW COST VITAMINS LB.

la the t'aitetl Nation* to conduct his campaign.The RUPTURE SUPPORTS LAMB ROAST 39c

total vote was a record. Kennedy receiving 30,-I .. FOOT APPLIANCES
900,221 and Ni on .toIGOHG9.1olectoral:
votes: }Kennedy IMPORTED HERB TEAS
33-1, \fxon I hi*. Nixon won 25 states and Kennedy 22. CATALOGUE 2Sc SWEET RASHER SUCED LB. PKG.

However, state with the bigger vote went to Kennedy SUPER POTENCY SWIFT
Itequired for election 269. TABLETS 39c

It was atitl-day before Minnesota announced for Sen 100 $4.95

ator Kennedy makiNg him the winner. Moore Health Equipment FLORIDA COOKED LB.
lath Hoti! t g of Congress will remain in control of
3440 S.W.
the Democrat 104th Ct. LOBSTER 49c
In Florida a record vote was cast. As expected in the ,

Kovoraor's mc. Democrat Farris Bryant defeated his lie LONG ISLAND WHITE 10 LBS.
publkran oppou ant, getting 193,179 vote. Hut the 342-
710 votes cast for the Republican candidate. George C.1'oterwon Looking for a PAD? POTATOES 39c

i ia also! a record and shows the Republican Part Slick Chicks or Bif Dada
) k making ':.dill in Florida. In fact Florida is now II I I
two-party Mate. No Squares PILLSBURY (with $5.00 order) 5 LB. BAG

Other "attat1d I county successful candidates include FLOUR
Circuit Court Judne. France Christie, Marshall Wise- CATS but positively 19c

hart, William llerin! Pat Cannon, Fritz Gordon, Grady NO BRATS

Crawford Robert Floyd. Robert Anderson, Ray Pearson, I SHURFINE VEGETABLE 3 LB. CAN
Harold Vann. I.. C. Proby, Joe Baton Irving Cypen and t
John Kehoe. We'll deal with a wheel 1 SHORTENING 59c

Appelate Court Judge. : Mallory Horton. Bring Bread
Supreme Court Judges: Glenn Terrell
Campbell 1
and : '1pIen Connell. 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.

State Comptroller) : Ray E. Green. FRYERS 25c

Ajrriculturtil l Commissioner: Doyle Conner.
State Attorney: Richard Gerstein.

datesltea 01 Dade juvenue Court: Hen Shepherd and THIS IS WHAT YOU WILSON'S COUNTRY ROLL 1 LB. ROLL
W. l;. Cylbreath.

Criminal t' .urt: Judge Hen C. Willard. NEED TODAY! BUTTER 69c

F Ch'II Court of Records: Norman Henry and Leland Send $3.00 cash for a
e. package of Precious Promiseto STAR-KIST CHUNK STYLE REG. CAN
ReJW8Hnt. live: Dante Fascell.
Dade Schi,1 1 Hoard : C. T. McCrimmon( Di."t. 4 ; Anna TUNA . . , 25c

Brenner Myt-rn. Ii i.lt. 5. Post Office Box 47-731 KING SIZE SLICED 19 OZ. LOAF

Ralph Jttatke B. FW of*' the sun Jr.Peace. Iit.: Hugh 2 F. DuVal Jr.. DI t. 1 ; Miami, Fla. BREAD . . . . 19c9
: Ruth I L Sutton, Dint. :3; .
Sylvester P. Adair Dit. 4. and Malvin Englander: Dist. 5. LIGHT, LIGHT QT. BTL.

F. Cowt l !. W. M. (Newt) Hudson, Dist. 1 ; George It is as good as the 98th KRAFT'S OIL . . . . 39c
Roger Via l i Thelma R.! Hardison Dint. :3; George 10:. Psalms or the 23rd Psalms
Wright Dkt. 4. avid Rocky Pomerance Dist. 5. It will not fail A. G. FOOD STORE

Our new i rei ligicww IJIHW.I.:.. made no difference to the voters of the
coHHtry.IB .
tW. election Negroes went heavily for the Democratic

Truly the rime are changed} and we have change
with t& m.

TW m Ai.: rkan Education Week. In Dade County NOW ffiLi

acheole began i the observance on Sunday, it ends Saturday. -

T.*cfcer. i mi student attended
other Sunday schools and FEBJ3
occasion. hearing sermons and remarks befitting the

At the lit mt Zion Hap tint Church Sunday morning I I I I I I I'
Stapt. Joe Hall) waM iruem speaker.

The theme few thi year U "Strengthen Schools For
The Sixties' Appropriate.The ENJOYGREYHOUND
church and the school are most influential insti- RACING
twtkHM we ..\'( They must work together. GRANDSTAND IN LUXURIOUS

Mn. Nellie S. Powtr.. another pioneer Miamian, died
October 80.) ?.'n'icen v <'rt' hU! Saturday afternoon aftbeftezer BOX

Met!"lUt t la rc'h which she wis a memlK SEATS 60c __
She had the distinction <>f .undinv and! conducting th,' =
Miami! Normal" ) and Ulu-triH School, first of i iin kind mMiami.

i. Her lat httetaind wa the only Negro to operate.
a furniture store in Miami.


'$o. .... ..
;:; ":I"' Last week' and
hi alleged employer City Judge
JUST BROWSN'By / Joseph A. Peel of West Palm SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960 PAGE SB.
OHm were charged with the
murders. It is said that Peel hired
HeUapfel for $%.000 to do the
-- PAUL R. _
---#. bound fob. The with Otl1ltn.orthJere chains and dumped T. W. High to Present"Outtcard

Florida's 4th Congressional sonville. into the ocean. David! George
Lincoln a prisoner claimed he
District, made Up of Dade and
second Broward most Counties is now the The Most Rev. II. Franck Wll- saw the the Atlantic ChUHngworths Ocean. drownedin i Bound"
poulouj district
the nation according to the State in kie. D.D., Primate of the American HoUapfel has confessed the t
Chamber of Commerce. The 4tfe New York from Church the Wet enroute! tt crime. comes Oft board to 1et.rle lilatr
district had a population of Indies nd.vidual: ca es. and hires her
966.261, a gain of 84 per cent in spent setae time at St. Peters In San Francisco, Rear Ad- ..> :'<-r treat a CTUit wMte ahimaleal
the past 10 yean. Churefc. Miami the Rev Riehard nvral: William firdman, L S.v .. *teaes.. .... The Ext -
Florida' lat District Hills- Devefrux. rector. ,i Ret ) ran into trouble; 'with h nor run aids Yi...... pwsM I I es
borough Pineilas, Pasco and Uncle San when he brought 504 rice, and relieves the confusion
Hercnando counties has a popu Cuban refugees continue coming bottles of liquor from Guam on and fear of the traveler
lation of 807.182 ranked seventh to Miami. They now number an aircraft carrier and attempted The rast cnasts < f the foihw.ng -
nationally in size and gained 83 over 26000. Mayor Robert King to evade paying: Uncle Sam .! outsland.ng p'aMm! : Julhts
per cent during the ten yean. High hopes many of them can be proper tax duty. Federal Judge Lee Ruby Mob a on Janice' Mjrck. -
sent to other parts of the country Oliver Carter fined Erdman _' Jar Er n. Cairn
and Florida's 2nd district! Duval to find work. County Welfare 15000. Th........ Gordon Rid e. McAMeMOi
Clay had a population of
Planning Council representativessaid .
I KO: K-X TV'-ett and Alfred
467.724. a gain of 47 per cent unless
The 3rd something is workedout Re-or aniaation managers of Williams TtH- P'.IV: .is directed
district Jefferson Es- soon the country is go.ng to I .'
cambia had I. the Florida East Coast Railway by Lcny Wa ) '-n
a population of have a plenty of hungry Cuban
MO have filed a petition asking a
a gain 3per cent. on its hands.
The 5th district St. Johns, hear.ng on Not. 26 and a final
Brevard and the Orange and CiU James Hennesjr.' assistant to I decree releasing the company f
that went into bankruptcy in
rus counties 729,789, a gain of 96er Commissoner of Immigration and 1931. '
= cent Naturalization Service was in the I The Booker T Washington; r'
The 6th district Indian River city in the interest of the Cuban I Fshttrd Hall J. Butler and It.H High School The an Troupe \ .
County through Broward and situation. Wolfe are the C""' 2112 will present' "Outward
across the state to the Gulf of f organization Bound" a comedy in three act "
Mexico U third with a gain of Murder will come out. At Jat mpeny'I-I., by Sutton Vane, Tuesday, Nov
158 per cent' the murder of Jude C. E ChilUnwortfe The United 15 at 8 pjn. in the tcbenl's aud-; t
and Ms wife some received" ", permission from Britain I torium.
The City of Havana ferry operated five years ago is betaf solved.' to ,Map' a m.na-ture under water I i
by the West Indian. Fruit The Circuit' Judge a4 his wife rocket bate in the: Bahamas. It It is a strange story that "Out
aid Steamship between Key West were taken fmro the.r W Palm will btl l located tome 120 miles ward Bound tells A group of
and 'Havana was discontinued. Beach home on the night of June east of Nassau. Some other West rwMly aorted characters are pasamgers -
The ferry carried passenger and IS. I9by persons unknownand Indian bases will be discontinued on an ocean liner' w hose
ears It will be stored m Jack- murdered. destination u unkown Suddenly
the bewildered and puuled" travelers -
: -- ---- -.,.: -- : --- -- T-- come U> a realicatMwi that JULIUS LEE
I II they are all dead and are des
I t.ned for Judgement Day The

King (! )f Hearts Blub( afraid young tn hrwlf man The who become snubbtefc has* sat Mrs ctr.* his erate Ci.vedmBanks faith.,- er7 Arts Is your Let child her a j>ti Ir.vHy the Two dance Fire

pref area to dwnatMcrrtann Conservatory. forth
I heavenly conce* MMs ? price of one" dance lesson -
6000 N. W. 7th Avenue Most frjfhunrd of a!' arc a \ ourtf Registration Saturdays
man and woman who have comm -
tted suicide: The examiner 10 a.m. Carver YMCA.

FRI SAT SUN NOV. 11-12-13 -


"The' Untouchable" -. Phil HarrisBRINGS


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"All Male Musical Revue"STARRING r holiday season

t with the

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Sam Moore I. L- .: 'j1.rt. ,..

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CLAUDIUS & HIS AFRICAN CRAW. M FROOf GNk)Otc4 Gar (.J4 Ii ..: ,M.i.*.(

CUBAN DANCERS Opening Mon.. Nov. 21


Admission 50 CentsW.
Now shipping for Christmas Indian River No. 1 gift

fruit packages. Every shipment is bonded
HAPPY ROSE ON TRUMPET Guaranteed and insured to arrive in perfect condition

Tables Free Except Reservations Clara Jay Eat. 1940-3 Rental Store

For Reservation Call PL 8-2339 Blue. Singer Supreme JE 1-0967 JE 8-9556

Opening special Free Jam with every shipment I



THE MIAMI BahamianAmericanClub and the Progressive Batxist wo

PAGE 6 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960I Collects ToysAt AT FLA. NORMAL men's Miller,Auxiliary president. Mrs. Hanna. n.

I i I'
I a meeting: Of the Bahamian-. ,
American Social and Saving ,: NOV. 17

t.:' Club, which was held at North's BEST DEAL IN TOWN
... I'I
"' ':ty-: & .'. Travel Bureau, 1104 NW 3rd ave. St. Augustine The Fourth 2 Bedroom Apartment
on Oct. 22 four persons received I I A..nuai Donation Day Observance Entrances
held at Florida Normal
awards. w.;; be
:" The recipients were Jo ph N. I and Industrial Memorial Collegeon Your Own Garden
Smith of Joe's Phillips 66 Service Nov. 17. This day long activity No Crowding

on 22nd aw and Wth St.; will begin promptly at 11:00 New Paint' Jab
Mrs. Helen Lucas f Fort Pierre ajn in the Anderson Hall Chapel -
and Mr,. Eliza Sturrup ofV according' to Dr. R.V.. Pur- Inside and Outside

19th ave; Mks Stirrup. tear, president of the College.
of the Donation Opposite ,"w Christian Hospital
The ar*'.rds included a one- Main Purpose
r 1 year subscription. to "Orbit ..- Div Affair l' to f rovide a special 1200 N.W. 47th 81 NI 4.4141
port" a political and econmic oc;aston for the many supporters
.4P, .. bulletin; a beautiful costume jewelry r. .,rids and well wishers of the Coma out and 'look-fet free .,ftjt.
set; and $W :n ca-h. et>Uee t J visit the campus and
C. C Rolle and President! Her- express their interest 111 the
rT oert Murray made the presentations form of food **n*, household
affect' and easfc during this annual -
The officers wish to thank all event.The .
the participants and urge that donation day observance
the club show the Christmas spir.it ago FOR THEHOLIDAYS
wa. d aeeived"' several years
and join in collecting toys and
by Mrs. Susie C. Holley. prominent ?
clothing for the needy' in Miami c.twen and religious leader
Nassau and the Outer ands: of
(It Fort Lauderdale 3"C.181'the $25 to $600
he Bahamas.
throe Women's Auxiliaries of
Package may be left at the Churches" in
the three Baptist Call PL 8-3653
folkulng ;lace"<: Rudy's TV this -n
Fonda; sponsor program
Shop. Johnnon's Orth' campus
Rtvr: both on NW 1Mb ave. or These three auxiliaries and their IDEAL LOAN
at any drug 'roccr> or sundry General State
pn *.dents are:
that receive papers r marazmes Baptist: Aaxh-ary.; Mrs Suite C 6105 N.W. 7th Are.

from Commun St"oAIft'C'1.' H ....y. prudent; Missionary and
-- Education Women's Auxiliary
Nov. 21 Deadline for

i Classic FloatsThe i
Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE

-....... I annual Orange BlossomClattfc I II ALSO CONTRACT

u per: demand Hank Among UKJ.IJdnJhwn' fabulous Had I Saturday Parade srftera will on.; Dc.he Mid ift on at I, PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES
Bul.ard:: and the fabulous: Mid- recordings are "Annie
n g r. rca'ur nl Billy: Davis a Baby" "Finger Poppln' Time. I 120. 1'1\aaI year's 11< rs4e |wom- Licensed and Insured
*iih Hank M ore and band will -Ring-A-Ung-A" The iHs to be the greatest in the history Colors Mined Free Fret Estimation and Consultation
be the car attraction at the group's repertoire of P pular of the event
liar em Square Club Ballroom songs U among the most sought All orsjan.art.ons, busine?***. Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd

Sunday niffht. Nov. 13. The after in the d untry So hand- schools and other group tha: Time payment plan a.ailable-Phone PL 93231DRIVER'S
dance and show package' 'IJ red by the Q bred' PoliceBenevoZent that the song and band styhsts units in the parade, must obtaIn
AUCJcla tion. combine a combination' that's permi'S from and con
widely heralded as the U bbJOx ,- firm the arm with Chief Parade t.
It is suggested that you make n oVIight. Admlsk prices Marshal! Elliott J. p***. at the
your table re-ervaUons. early a* aft: Advance' $125 and $1.50 at do'*mown offer of the Miatn. LICENSE I
a sell ut crowd is anticipated. the door. Times. 1112 NW 2rdace.
FR 3-2136 by ,* bet re Munda.
Nev. 21. Any float or other

Debbie's Nursery Attention All VetsThe thats will! not net bt"confirmed-'ttfld by to Nov.enter un.t 21 BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE

and Kindergarten American Legion William the parade I O'BERRY'SMAGIC
All floats mutt be attraetiw.prntrnUWe. ,
Henry Bethel 1 Post Richmond
a werthwlille add>i-
Debbie's Nursery and Kinder- Heights b urging all veterans to ti n to the parade' and a ererfitV CITY DRIVING SCHOOL

gjr'en n(1In full bloom with join up with us and make this a the organisation which it r.. 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
new off.Bern elected First of all resent
in which to
w 'Auh to thank Mrs Rosa Wil
In other word, all
float must OX 1.5283r
!liam. for her splendid; work it live. We are having an affatreYf'1'1 be the types that MM
to the
the home
Saturday night at
last ye.r.Our<< beauty of the .
parade am) mo* .
For -
of in the center.
Leg -
new preskicnt for this a n or be of s-jch that the organiaafon -
year is Mrs. Lucille Moore; vice further Information contactJOIIC."ph which they :
represent MA well
Steward, post commander
Mrs Geneva Law; secretary.Mrs be frrud: .
l\layfUf'd Young or Edward Hanna Jr, ,*
treasurer. All of the rules will be
Murray James Jr. *? '
Mrs L.Uan N'ewson; chaplain strictly enforced.' ZOp fiQ
Mrs. Carrie Mo-es; rep rter. Mrs.Tvrlyn .
We will sponsor a tournament Elliott J. I **e.
Lane. starting Nov 4 at the h me of Chief Parade MarafcallOrange
The ITA hat two projects In Joseph Staard The public Uinvitrd Bteom CiaisicI'arak .
mind and we hope to make them Tickets will be sold M9
:a success. We plan to have a the tournament Thursday f&I'1 .
-- -- -
Heat in the Orange Blossom. is meeting night All membersand
Classic and fet a TV for 0 u r their wives are invited' to Don't Fret !
rhtklfvn Our first affair wt.rkin come and take part in this affair I
k".rel these projects WAS a and let's start the bat) roll.inf. .
.ic. part Oct. 22 and we are I I Join The NAAC P
also, selling:: tickets fur "Mr. and
Mis Dcfefec Nursery and Kin.
dergarien" 't1T
On lat Fnday. Oct. 2* t b e CUt 'BhxtrRtt DCL1YtRY DRUG
children at wheal celebrated ABC Mortgage Co. _
their Hallowe'en dec rated party with The CORNER KW IStkMAROUO hYr. eh;

ground fM were and all the things that 703 Seybold Bldg. FR 1-1493 I JOLLIVtTTt. Manager

would make it seem like Hal I1.l1WI1Te.

low 't'I1. The kids rnt for First and Second Mortgages .A .o..I __ AU4
land p oy ride When .het-I
turned refreshments were Home Improvement Loans Small Monthly PaymentsNo

.l. Training Is All ,It Takes
Patents" don't forget your 1R'Ameeting Inspection Fee .
which convene every
nrwt Monday night of the month. Combine all your debts Into one easy paid "'.rtg gt To open the door to a whole new life, asa
Evelyn Lane, reporter
Phone FR 1.1.IS-Our representative will call on you member of the proud and profitable

Book Review at ,Immediately Beauty Culture Profeition.

Dade Federal Fr.. Con ulUtl n Regarding Your Mortgage PlanningOverton's '

ThtDdde Federal Savings Entering Our 25th Annivtmry --
inviuv you to attend a book re- I
VKI' by Mr Frank Kerdyk of'

"The Edward Quwn's Room.Husband"Edison Dade by Federal CenterCommunity Samuel Pressed Face Powder. SUNLIGHT BEAMY SCHOOLis

Sav inns and Loan A-ocil"n. Overton Hygienic Manufacturing Co. offering you a life long Thanksgiving, Christmas
S899 NW 7th aw. 'l'uf'cd.1Y. Nov and New Year's present, of our aruirersary with ao
IS at 1:30: Coffee I to 1:30: Ad- Chicago 9 Illinois little $10 down
mkston far by reservation only entrance fee. Balance in small

Mrs Rxum PL 7.3441Try weekly payments. (Offer is only for a given time)

la a new and sms.tHsr asm- Remember Sunlight School b staffed with the most

pact pswtfsr that will give ;'t experienced teacher in all the modern fundamentals

us your complexion' a soft natural / 4'cr. in cosmetology. Call or come in. Bring your friends.
l look It's the pswdsr y.uvs* Day and night classes.
We Have It V You'll find proud Sunlight
been asarehlng far. It la blend. i .r ; graduates
f throughout the nation and in foreign
PHIL AND WINE'S .d with a creaMY faundatlan f
FOOD STORE that will "., strssk stays .
an longer than most loose .. r'{ ---.--.

Phone OX 1.9618 powder and the na splll \ .s Advance
training. Hair styling Perma Straight Per
6968 N.W. 17th Ave. .."pact keeps your purse ,I" French
manent Hair
nsatl Weaving, etc.. etc, for licensed
-. beauticans.
At your favorite eosmetla Only' atc (plus tax)
1486 N.W. 71st St. j j.r counts or writs Mirror-Com pact -$1.10 Phone FRanklin 4-9998
(plus tax) It I
t !m num mr1"Jn""A" mt 1IP 7AOI

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.. NEW YORK (VIP) 1ne- F&
: tf'flof' forty Negro publisher
etI and top editors, ballotinf in a
33 state moil p*U, do not believe 0
a Negro will be appointed to the _
Cabinet of the next President,
Y regardless of which party wins
the electors. Thirteen of their i
a UNCUt'S believe a Negro will I I
be named.
In the survey, conducted by
Vital Information Press, traw'*.
d'F'ay n.r feature syndicate servinf the
_tion', Neffl press, the predominant -
opinion is that, if.
Negro is named to the Cabinet
a. he wil be pointed< Secretary of 4I
+ State, The POSt of Secretary of fISCNIyI
Labor was indicated as second I
probable spot with Health. Welfare -
and Education and Department -
t of Interior third and
s fourth choices.

UN Unpdcrfecretary Ralph J,
Bunche emerged as top man in
both personal. choice cJ the polHvs. -
+ as well! as likelihood of
apppomtment provided the Republican -
national candidates are
unner.tQ t Dunche in personal -
choice of the Negro newt-
paper' executives is AFL-CIO's
A. Phillip Randolph, advancedby : '
1 10 ioliiees a* a food selection
I r'
.... .. to head the U. S. Lab'c DC**.. llRI
-- Others named at per'nil choices : III
AtMrt.e J nwld I, very interesting and enjoyable include Val Washington DITTO i
known M.arr.J t anlst, vocalist: tour tor of Minorities for the National i I
and enter' iner who recently returned I}I The granddaughter of Mrs. Republican' Committee, Rep.
from a European vacation 'Maud Moil, of 1317 NW 5th ct Charles Dices; Publisher and I I I
tour Accompanied by her M. Jones ha entertained at President Carl Murphy of the
godmother.' Mr Marcuarette the Skyvtew L* *nge. the Apache Afro-American Newrpaper Chain
all of M Miss Jones Chary* and the FontainebleauHc
Carey mi the Rev Dr Gardner C Taylor
vwltcd London Rome, Venice, 'el! She opens soon at the president New York City Protrstant In Fine Whiskey. .
Milan and Paris She reports a 'Pl:1-UP Lounge at Miami Beach Council: Thurfood Mar.

..... ... .... shall director 'f the Legal. Division FLEISCHMANN'Sis
of the NAACP and Dr.
Mardecal' Johnson recently retired
Freedom's Road (resident of Howard
Along Univerrity. -
I Washington the BIG buy!

oJI'IIo! !
es- RUTH PERRY .... .

.. ...... ..... ..... ...--... .--.. -- UNITED FUND

I dan't believe anI us who talent: I believe the Rev Mr VOLUNTEER WORKERS 90 PROOF is why! _
heard Thurfood Marshal) speak King u n w out on bail, but the _
here several weeks ago .will ever cont.nued' desperate, unreasoning WANTEDCall
target it. Hi* words about Ghana actl A of many Georgian (and
Libya and Kenya to ItU away still the many Southerner) focuses Garth C. Reeves ktNOCO WHISKEY tO PROOF 114JL OffAIN NEUTRAL APIWITtTHt
from Florida into the heart of a spotlight upon their insular OX 1.0421 riElftCHUANN OlftTlllINQ CORPORATION, NEW YORK C"TV
Africa that big mysterious and big ted thinking

continent Done of us knew too The South K part of a larger ......
much' about except one thing whole and is not isolated from
the pt"taplt' there love freedom as the rat of the United State, even
much a* we do. though many d/e-hard white For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call r

AFRICA:5: JUpI't'lMC'and misguided
Southerners still think that the
It was almost like being in Mason and Otxon's line is an
Afr.ca ourselves to hear about actual mall to keop out all z. BONDED
the great maste of people standing "foreigners" and outside at Ha lon t tj
lor hours in the hot sun to Last-ditch rer:rtance on the part .
learn who had been elected' and of fegre0attonits u showing upa
touting. "Freedom, freedoml"! very harmful pr paganda
And to learn that the ve is so against demorrcy at a crtticat" i
prt'C..o.and vital) a poatesslont time when democratic principles COLLECTION
all of them for as Mr Marshall and ideals need to be upheld wrath j I
said one man had told him sincerity" and determination for
-"OAt' man ne vote." A lot of all the world to see We could
tie pre' haven't' much edu- hope: that Utute, ftupremaetst :
-twn. but they want to learn will on learn to think about '
and they already know about things farther awry than the 'i. .: AGENCY Inc. !
two feints ntcrtiiry to them im;ts of their cane Held or their :
the vote and f r e e d o m turpentine IroWS.TRIPLETS. I ,
Mr Mantel said a1s1! that the
Africans are stowing themcelvest .a \
be independent m their poUUNI BORN The largest collection and rental $
and economic thinking, as TO GOULDS
shoAiv by the recent votes of the '' t
rjiy admitted African nations COUPLE agency in the South; operating in ;
t) tee United Nafcons It u almost
certain. that they wee continue Triplet* were born at KrndJ v' Dade and Broward Counties' ,
to v should without coercion from the I Dane. David and Margaret Gilmore .
larger powers weigh fr m three to nearly U L. .ROOK ............ Negro Housing areas

five pounds They will. be tent t
The current situation in an home when they each weigh five r
awakening Afrtat holds a great pounds MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
ehaHenpe for all of u*, because
Africa holds a possible key to The are the children of Mr 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
the future of the world For it is and Mn Thomas: Gilmore of BROWARD COUNTIES
Goulds. Gilmce. a farm laborer
a fact almost too obvioua
mention that the majority of and hit wfe have six other
people Irving m Africa arc nr:t if ,
the n.hke race This fact coupled I
with the knowledge that anther I
Urge proportion of the people in ,
the world are Chinese and other .I
Orientals, plus the people of India MANSION GE CY, INC.
menu !wr.ous th eight on the
part of those in America who
rnlfht think still that the world fOR SALE I

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regarding Martin Luther King snot x 17124 HOMESTEAD AVI. .
ne v> be hopeful about or Lsataa M u l.tet7
proud of In terms of the progresso $3,000 cash down p_.. CI StUI
Integrttk-n in tfeat: state. It is .
another s ao>efu and shoddy T Cor. 9th Are. and MAIN OFFICE
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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Into from the hones mouth he LIBERTY CITY The cafetorlum' presentation was
presented by Mrs. Glendena
zometimes causes us to lose a Edwards
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960 bundle! Welcome back "homo", This week all schools In the In conjunction 'WIth the
Doc. United :States are observing Junta- Red Cross Drive.
I American Education Week. Let Us not forget to
-- -- --- -- -- -- attend
As a kJck tt to the national Parent Teacher Conference Nor
EAST OPA LO HCA observance, Liberty City Elementary 11. Please remember! that our
its celebration with a PTA meeting will be
The East Opa Locks PTA made begin held this
speaker Mrs Julius Smith, month on Nov. 13 at 8 pm. in
Its debut in the community Sept.
RESSI mother of two children attendingthe the cafetorlum.
19. Mrs Josephine Mackey,
school. Mrs. Smith's subjectwas
principal presided over the 'Interested Parents-Stronger j A special note The officers who were
meeting. I I Mrs Dorothy Adside for
installed Schools. I I to her
elected were formally whole week, 'help the teachers
tIU Tweddy. Dade Throughout' the given at our
E by Mrs Emma Oct. 17. i parent will lead. the devotion school. On her visit this week
PTA president on with short speech. she left invaluable materials
TINDER I (] ?x elected The to following spearhead persons the organization were- The a parents, teachers and during her conference sessions
its initial friends had an enjoyable time at Mary F. Williams principal
Albert in Tresvant year president; Open House on Mondy Nov. 7. t 1 Denis R Thomas reporter

1 DON'T KNOW"If anyone In Dec, 23 at First Baptist Church, Miss A. F Malone vice president The theme School of the Night.program Everyone was, I
"Back tj
these parts acco' ; cd Jack Ken Opa Ixxa The R01al tes' ; Mr, Mary A. Jenkins, secretary experience.
had meaningful
ball at the Fiesta ; Mrs. Dorothy Gibson,
3rd anniversary
nedy's victory with as much en- Miss Annie Hudson and her committee
thusiawn and Joy as Your Truly last night (Thursday was one I treasurer. planned the program. DON'T COST THEY PAY
did. It's really one for the really ranted to make. Understand One of the main objectives of
book;. life religion and age are they had a grand time the PTA is to bring the teachers For their undying contributions CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
living: brine and symbols that If Leila Juanita Deal and Robert and parents into a closer and beyond the call of duty, boU-
a man has the ability regardless Frederick: Byron will exchange order to develop each students to( quets of r toos are sent to the following -
fo fee obstacle! it', always a vows Thanksgiving Day. They more harmonious relationship In persons at the school:
fXMwibliity. if the will and determination will have plenty to be thankful his maximum potentiality. May Love, Beatrice Gladden, I FOR TRUCK
.is strong. His was. for. Congrats.PAN The PTA meets the third Monday Margaret Cruz. Cleomle Smith !
We will welcome! our now night of each month at 8 Alice Pittman Ruth Rogers, Em- I AND AUTO-SIREN
president in January and with AMERICAN'S Contest l It o'clock. ma Well and Madeline Thorn
his reign will be another first in full swing. Rosetta Butler, 1 Mary A. Jenkins, reporter ; son. ALARMSCall
for the White House a baby. Gaye Ferguson, Lottie Gray I On Tuesday morning, N"-v. 8
We will be bcseed! double in 61. Ira Johnson. Joyce Jordan and DOUGLAS ELEMENTARY everyone" at the school enjoyedthe
Barbara Webb are the contes film: "Hand and Hand with
THE 15TH AVE. DRAGI! tants. It closes Dec 2. Contact I Douglas Elementary's "Live I I the American Junior Red Cross.-

FOR MORE Than two month, Hiram Porter for all information ShnsraM'' teaching demonstra-' I
my first rye sore i, about to heal. on how to help your selection.' tI n attracted many interested j I Alert Alarms, Inc
The tractors and rate king 1 observers during the fast ,..t'f'k' gain a more complete
crew have cleared out our area. HAVE YOU ",,''t.4.. the Midway in the window of the Atlantic standing Kf Educational under-I FR 1-2606
Thai man hole on the corner of n.t1lnd Poultry within the Furniture Com an,. The' second |I I Charlotte Clark,
67th and 15th must have coitthe Ct two wrecks You're missing I graders were thrilled to have had Arleen Williams, reporter

city a nice piece' of change. treat They have the finest selection I II I the experience of participating in 1 _____ _. C__ ___ _______._o.. .._.. .J a -- -:::;'=''o;;'= -=-1::" "":"":""'I'WO'll""!"
(they really toiled there.) Well I of fresh fUh dolly, *h th. this: activity In fjsrvance of I
after all is Mid and done, you er you prefer a Saturday night American Education Week Thanks for the fine manner in which you have I
gxrita admit Ittn avenue is look. fish fry or a Sunday morning On Nov 12 at 230 p.m. a II I
.n( e:...,. No pot holes andvtater boil or chcia-her Tell Bobby Roll I I panel will be heard over WMBM Welcomed the new manager at I
after every rainfall, smooth or James Bell that the Press Box discussing the daily topics. that
runway the city should get' a sent you Oh. say, Leonard Par- i I were emphasized, durin the F1.f,
n.:cv take from tickets here) is In son is the new owner. You'll I week Under the direction of Mrs. MIDWAYFISH _
seed shape for speedsters. enjoy chatting with him. It's located Lucretla Coleman the panel will
Puttinc all Joke, as what you on 62nd st. opposite Consumers frcuitt of Mrs Zoola Jones, moderator _
may a-Me. we have a beautiful Market Richard Taylor 4th grade AND POULTRY :
sale ettt here. The new lightings student Mesdames Ellen Moss i I
s s t e m It really swell-Jiuthke WHEN THE HORSES e a m o Marion Dean France Cater : w. are pleased to announce additional help on
! daylight:" A faJa celebration here next week you'll have to Arleen Williams and Willard i
.. brttAinc for the completion of weekends to speed up service. I
get accustomed to Uncle Sam's Hart We invite everyone to listen j
thin Mretch."! and from this corner when TRY OUR CONCH SALAD I II
men the daily double is to this timely dlseimrtvOn II
its of
a matter days. over 600 clams. They will be Nov. 15 a special telecast I
'rat there, not to collect' but toact will be presented over channc' 2 Headquarters for fresh fishing worms ;
CARMEN ERROL DEAN and your name Speaking : from 8:30 to 8.00 pin for the' I
1\1'70! Jack sons nupt.ai date is about horses our old friend and I Iparncr purpose ...f explaining Educational I. I Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
JUMhim wrok> away Nov 27)Irrr.a "Doe" Brooks rode In Television!
program to parents Friday, Saturday 8 a.m. 9 p.m.--5un. 7 a.m. 1 p.1DI
Buffer choo) mann with the nags. We are arrays who have pupils in 5t'and 6tl
m Runehe Park Ektn and War. glad to welcome Brooks to Miami I grades We urge the attendance I 12230 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.8269rrrrrrrrrrr.rrr.
rrn. Low.. > be mall.ng:; theirsw during! the racing season, al-l, of all parents of ETV pupils b s
/ ;n a week If* dated for though\ be in get1
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I may be, used for Chri.tmas Decorations I THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA
TELLS Everyone U
.. and asked to
cooperate in this venture. For to* SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960 PAGE 9

I 1-4044 formation. call MU 8" 587 or MU #- --- __ __.._ -- __ I I

sary greetings are extended to I,
Mr and Mrs. Walter Humes, f
By RUTH M. POLITE New 0; &09. and Mrs F. W rzmi'iv
World. Nov. 9.
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CONTROL: WHAT YOU CAN.w tag. "k roll. Alexander the Beatrice Gladden Vera Smith.to OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
much abut Great
worry so things Edgar
e I established a end Edward Smith Hartman .
we can't control such as floods, I books library Of such Gibson Alice
Dean Nov.
in Alexandria 6
sterms, and even 'Wan in tethercountries. which at one time Egypt, Jteephlra* Bronson, Mildred;
more than 500,000 contained Marks Bessie Smith. Nov. 7 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
volumes. ;
Just for a change let's do Before toe Ethel Wilkerson Gloria
Something about the things art of papermaking Ruth Jones Lacy.
we spread to Ralph Mlzell,
can contiU. For,example none of where it Europe from China dine Dean.. Eddie Zachary. Cupi!
was Atty. 0
A us can. lengthen our span of ment was used invented parch Henry Arrington Nov -
in ;
ufe. perhaps. beyond the hand During the Middle making. books. Wells, Beatrice Sanders, Comell .. r..rstF r/
,Q destiny, but we"can control its ful bales<< Ages twtti ius Jame*. Barbara Davis W 1!
Aidth and depth.' Nor is it given monks. The were made by 'b e Dorsett", Beatrice Sanders Nov aJBPO-
to us to control the contour ..tf hand, pa.es were letter.bjr .*-! 9; Joseph W. Thompson Johnnie JEFFREY1HUNTER
cur o untenance but we can pictures and often with elaborate Mae Allen James Johnson Jr. I r
control its expression we and ..wetIt design, in colon Carol B. Daniels,
can smile instead of xrbwn. We Lillian K Smith 1FranitsRWA. '
cannot alter the distance ttf our I sheets was necessary to bind the liarm, :Nov 10; Margaret Cruz. j /* OAVIOJANSSEN
oead above the ground butwe */ a book together to keep Dorothy Ausbom John : P
them I
can control the height of its cons dition.in order and in good con way, Dorothy CaUoj j r
itntswe can think high At first the sheets were way, Marjurite Chambers, Rich
IA ughta. We have no control merely tied together between ltd G. Johnson HI. Christine T* VIC .
i over the weather but we c a n made pieces of b..ant Later a cover Jenkins Marion Brown Lillie '
control the moral attno .berrmat ed of leather or boards cover- Cunningham, Nov II; Leona T DAMONE
witn leather was fastened Johnson, A. L ,
surrounds us. We cannot to bee on Hart Nov 12, ,
octroi the other fellow's habits, self The me a part of the book it Cynthia Cruz Deborah Everette, PATRICIA
but ie can do something about art of binding sheets Mae Colson. Julia Evans,
our own. into book, was so highly devel Nov t U. J OWENS
II we all controlled what we oped by these m.oks, that mod ; 1

can ootroi what a lot of baR1i. :of ern their bookmakers method.still foUow many
arm there would be. PLUS
The kwo most important I RITZ
THE MADE FIRST THEM BOOKS AND WHO in advancing: the development of' : Brigieeto Bardot In
modern books were toe invention THEATRE
Within a few days we will be of printing and the creatkn of
onbe throes of celebrating machinery to make paper. With Now Showing "BRIDE MUCH TOO BEAUTIFUL"SUNDAY
American book Week. ThU is an out these two advance, it would
Johnny Nash
ivpurtune time ..... answer some have been impossible for ui V
the questions pertaining to have the inexpensive, handsumr Jeffrey Hunter
books ana their (nl1n.It book of today.
has taken man hundred. "Key Witnett"PLUS MONDAY TUESDAY

and hundreds of year,, to develop BAND BOOSTERS CLUB erf
the skill that goes into mak- North Dade High School met
;.ng a b.ok today. la. fact, the Oct 13, and elected" the foiler.ng *- Rebel Set"
criiet books we know about ortjcvr. for lNO-61: Everett
Mere not really books as we Murphy, president Mrs D rofitoy MARIHAHYERlOAHBtKNtn
kn fw them. Tbey were tablets I Ghaney, secretary Bur '
of ciay. The Babylonian and AsSyrians dine Aolle, assistant secretary
wbo lived several thou. Mrs Comne Dunn treasurer r
wad year ago used these tab- Mrs. Margaret NewboM, parkas BUNCHECAPITOL b
*ts to inscribe record and wriU mentarian. The officers were in-
Jifis rwhtch they wished! to pre called by Mn:. Genesis. Sweeting. PLUS
serve. veteran PTA worker and first -

Using a sharp pointed tool president of the Band Boosters 4wM{ wKN Y /
they cut characters Into the clay Cub. THEATRES
wtuie it warn still wet Then the Under the supervision and
cay tees baked. A series of theM leadership of music director' NOW SHOWING
ubiefe. michi routhly be called Jame H. McCall, the omutnumty
a task and in the royal library and Dade County are proud of Mahalia Jackson I4frUi
at Nineveh in ISO B.C. thousands the Marching Thunder BirdBand Louis Armstrong i iI
of these clay tablets were which was invited alurvg.
cured and arranged convenient- with the Mia u &-n.ur High Dinah Washington in 4

.> for reading.Other School Band to appear and "Jazz on a
Ancient Egyptians camea march m the Annual Fire Prevention
step closer to the modem idea Parade for I960. The Summer D ay"
vt a book. They made a kind of band iwaa praised and applauded I ,
crude paper tram a reed calledp4yrus. for its fine musicianship ashowmanshhh. PLUS
Sheets of .....
with .
papyrus The parade took BURT LANCASTER j -- -- -
ail kinds <* picture writing called place in downtown Miami. The EWJLBSKEnOL-ElflK JOB
hieroglyphics, were eotne- concert' orchestra and string ensemble "ELM ER GANTRY"
tunes laced together with cards the only one of its Beth features .in color)
to make a book. kind in the Soutti are two additional 4
Other ancient peoples, Include facets of whioh the North NOTE: -Elm.r. C ntryN to
ing the Greek and the Romans Dade High School .should be j STARTS WEDNESDAY
made. books which were wound Justly proud. adult' entertainMent not

around rollers. Sheets, or pages In order to meet the needs of recommended forADMISSION rhltdro$
Mere pasted t ether and wound the- above organisation the nr.'Y H'Jr"" f W'..N.IIND -
around cylinders of boat or wood. Boosters Club is sponsoring a : TN."I"OUOHT LIIUl$6t16N
In fact, the word "volume" goes Candy sale which begins Nov Adults' 7Sc Students I0e HUNDlrlCDI if lit
back to those early days, for it 21 and ends Dec 8 The candy is
ne4 from a Latin word mean- packaged so that the containers<< I 4 YULI3RYNNER

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Woman's Day at St. James

"Women of The a civic and fraternal worker her
message should be a challange to
Challenging Sixties" all. I

Because sweeninc changes are
being made this year In government -
education religion science
and ;.Cher important categories,
such questions might well arise:
What is woman's role In the
i world today How will these

-- -- changes affect women during the
-- FIRST UNITARIANDr. sixties? How well prepared are
Y, women to cop> with these: changIng -
THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA Ross C. Belies, profess* times? f u will hear thewaD.rA'en
I of government at the Universityof and many more at our
PAGE 10 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1960 Miami "will speak at the adult rt program
forum of the First Unitarian From 4-6 o'clock a Rainbow
Church 46 SW 299th road at 10 Tea will be held at the well appointed -
on Sunday, Nov. 13. home of Mr*. Priscila
BAHA'I ASSEMBLY Woman's Day at The M: *t Difficult Thing in Fisher, 1731 NW 61st It.
the World" will be the sermon '! St. James
William deForge, who is a Paul The women welcome -
member' of the Real Estate Board topic of the Rev.' Robert W. Son you to all of these, their
National en at the 11 ajn. service. Woman's Day activities.
of Nf"'oYork" and the
Association of Real Estate That evening at 8:15 an open Mrs. Lugusta Colston chair-
Boards, will be the guest speak house for new members and man Mrs. Cleo Moore, c1 '-d1atrman. -
er at a public: meeting sponsoredby friends will be held at the Par- Rev II. McNeal: Harris is
the Baha'i Assembly: of Miami> sena,.. 5133 Riviera Drive Dora the pastor.
at 8 p-m. Saturday Nov 12, in ) Gables.
the Biscayne Room of the McAlister )- -- I SPIRITUAL BAPTIST
It tel in 1UamLMr. MT. CALVARY BAPTIST -
deForge is chairman of Rev E. )d. Thomas pastor Morning SpeakerAll Rev. Ernest Hutcheson
the Western Hemisphere Teaching Phyllis Myers reporter pastor
Committee of the Baha'is of Sunday School ...-....._, 93 0( roads will lead to St. On Sunday we look forward to
the U. S. He hat travelled ex Morning service .._._ 11:00 James AME Church Sunday, our 2nd annual Woman's Day
tcn&ivety in South and Central BTU ... 5:30 Nov. 13 when In tribute to aU Our guest speaker for the morning -
America and introduced the Evening service ......_.... 7:00 women, the women tff St. James nrill be Sister Leticia Ferguson
Faith i tn Pureto Rico and Santa will observe their 12th Woman'sDay. and Sister Bernice Davis
Domini He is in Miami to conduct tw Sunday both morning and Pahutakin plane to make will preside. At ngiht the Principal
a teaching conference for night our pastor delivered two this a memorable day for all have address will be! delivered
the Baha'is of South Florida. lie great messages about Obedience been made by the Woman's Day Sister Vera Knowle. and the by
will speak on "Our Spiritual They were very inspiring and Committee: Sunday School will .ncsssge by Elder Elizabeth Gray.
Heritage." were enjoyed by aU present be at 9.30 am Sister Lucerna Shellman will

Everyone is cordially invited Sunday night after service wasPver Morning service at 11 am. at preside over the pr gram.
to attend Admussl n Is free." the Lord's Softer was administered which time many outstanding The principal l leaders in our
to those who wined persons -wUi appear. Our morn- Woman's Day effort are Sitter
WOMEN'S DAY to be fed inc speaker will be Miss Thorns' Margaret Rolle the Mother' of
i .-... We are still having our servicesat : rena C Walker, teacher at North the church, and Sister Elcena
AT TEMPLEOn St Matthews on 5th ave. but Dade Junior Senior Ilifh School Gordon president of the Missionary -
LILLIAN DOLES it won't be long before we will arbo' U known fr her many 9 dety.
Morning SpeakerBERNICE church. The worthwhile: achievements In life
Sunday. Nov. 13. the I be back at our own Come out and enjoy the services -
hold building vlf our church is com- Her services are as dedicated to with us.
Wumen of Temple will i
pleted. We will return on tbe the church and Christian work as
their f tirlh annual Women'sDay
fourth Sunday.We they are to her profession.
"Chri..tan'omeon In Ac
tion" is the theme selected for would like to take this GRACE PRESBYTERIANRev

this occasion Mrs Blanche E method of thanking Rev. Pridgenand William T Savoy pastor
Hart n serving as chairman and YD his coniregauon for beingso 14th Ave. and 69tn Street

is ably av.rJ t o> Mr- Augusta kind to us. We will never Is.get '- Sunday School....... .......... .j-
NuAbold a> co-<'.::urman. them and anytime that we Morning Service .__..__ IHX
Our keynote cpcakc? t: the dy- r II I can be of service to them we will Westminster Fellowship ._.. *ot
be very happy to do so. ..
Rev Savoy and its family once

,. THE INCARNATION R d again express their gratitude to
Rev J C Thompson and the
(Episcopal) x. congrecatltt, who carried on the
1835 N.W. ftith St. church's: program so wonder
Father E. S. Clarke Jr, vicar fully during the pastor's vaca

J Today the Episcopal Church is ;. tion.At
advocating the tithing movement I writing we are in the
midst of Church
stronger than ever before; an en- Anniversary
Week, whose activities are being
deav f to arouse us to a sense of
our responsibility to God for our conducted to ably by fee tn&nl-
stewardship of all that he has table IMiss Johnnie Patten The
rsl.y is ding much to lift thespirit
entruted to us to carry out hispurpose Wit
This messsge' has come : of our congrei' m>n to new
/ to the Incarnation family, not : heights of unity and vuion
tithing is a means to an end in We urge all member to come"
WOOTEN itself but to raise the church and bring their friend t&. Sun
I ChairmanT members to a greater vision of MRS. CHARLOTTE CLARK day which U Slvard.tup SUn-
their vocation in Christ. The Evening Speaker day The Every Member Canvass .
'A0ftMG of St Paul AME Every Member Canvass Committee Team will l be visiting the
| C':: rrtj. moat cordially invite you 1 for 1981 is formed for. the 'The personable Mr*. Charlotte member' home next week tosecure
1 'J attend their 16th Annual Woman of making the usual Annual Clark, principal of Duglas Elementary tbe yearly financial
n ) Day Program Sunday purpose Church visitations. The Can.vass School will deliver the pledges fit the support of the
NJV 13.Mn. Day f T the Incarnation is evening, message. As an educator. church and its work.
1 Clarice Oarnegay to cochairman Nov. 13. The theme for the day
and Rrv. M. J. Fayson, is "Cod Wants You. We ask that
rum Ms: Hc'.en: M Dcrctt! I ,u. r.Church. every courtesy" be extended to
supervisor <>f NYgv Public the canvassers who will visit the
Libraries and ttaLons tn Miami of The Open Door entire membership of the Church Central Life Insurance C.
Miss Douctt a native of slam of The Incarnation *> take Into .
received her early education in (Congregational)
the elementary tcho.44 of this Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastor will account answer h
city and completed her huh: A. E. McNeal. reporter church "in winning the world for CONSIDERATION THEIR

seo'l training at BTW High. November! promise. to bta I Chrtst by raising the standard of
where she graduated with high full month for the church. Last our giving in 1961 on our pledge
est honor Sunday we had baptism of Infants cards: Approximately 50 canvasecrs New Family Group PlanFather

She received her bachelor of communi to and five member will be making the calls.
I Arthur C. Klatch chairman Mother Children-AH Under On Premium
l It\ science degree!! at the famed ., Sprbnan Collefe, AtLanta Ga.. New-borns Automatically Insured at Birth
and has completed all of the Sunday. NO13. the Women' ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
residential will be in charge and IN PREMIUM
work for the masters Fellowship J. W. Stephens, pastor
degree in library sconce. Atlanta will acquaint } University.She accoropliihmenl* and object
Sunday Schrol ..._ ':45
has served on the facultyof iv. It promises l> btan Morning Service .._ -.,-.,. 11:00 From

Spc wan and for the past interesting service.: BTU ......._..,,...-...._..... ....,? ...,?.. 530
11 years at ha Dorey served as Memorial head librarian Nov mbar 20, will be our Evening Worship ...?..-._, :00 $2,000.00 fo $50,000.00The

Branch Library.A Every Mucnber Canvass". when Our pastor delivered two soul
TO******* of the eMia.h will be last
stirring Sunday
messages On Company Also Offers Other Attractive And
asked to undeflATtte the budget .
diligent and untiring worker They were enjoyed by all.
she serves as a member of for 1961. Sunday Nov. 27 will The Rev. Benon the pastor of Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needs
the board of directors of Carver mark the First Anniversary of Salters Chapel will render an
YWCA, and holds life membership our ch chbGod. after service program On Sunday .

in the YWCA She has served T ail of UIH. a hearty welcome night Nov. 13. You are invited
as chairman of the Bo k extended to our friends For your listening pleasure, Consult Our District Offices or Th. Home Office
Lovers' Committee of the Mur- and visitor sack Sunday at 11 come out on Saturday night No-
I sell YWCA and as a member of am. 1Rbe auditorium of the vember 12, Btu Reddick vice 1416 N. Boulevard Tampa Fla.
'I the County and Pubic Library M\'tltUft Day Adventist School, of Saturday No. 2 will ,
B You can't afford t> mis this pel Hour. The public is invited. OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST

The feature of the eveningservice The Women UUslooary. and 176 N.W. 14th SL WEST PALM BEACH
will be a film on te life 6540 N.W. tfth Ave. Educational Society and Sunshine MIAMI
of Queen Esther a godly woman Rev C W. Scott, pastor Band will hUd a special program 6MTN. Rosemary Ave
who acted for her people. Dea Earl Colden clerk Sunday at 3 pxo. FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE
Please plan to attend vr Wo- Sunday School ............,.....,,,. 030 Our sick and shutins are Na-
man's Day service at T npe, Morning Worship ..__ 11:00 thaniel Olliff, Sis. Marian Wash- 700 N.W. 2nd St 304 N. Eighth Stmeta

the church that cares. BTU ..........._......_.._....-r..._ 5.o6 !ington. Bro C. S. Culver and
Rev. L. A. Thompsen is the Evening Worship ... _, ,:00 Rev. O. L. Hicks. Let us pray for
pastor Prater meeting Tuesday 8:00 and visit the sick.


t-...._ ;!.-' -' ........ ...... _.. __ ___. FAMILY BEAN

.. .. IPj&
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4wa rxr.a w aa 66 "'*'*.- _,!I-o.. < .... .
-- ---- .r. _-a,'Y'.._ CARVER YMCAThe

rV'$! Our Past This Week. YMCA George sponsors Washington its Family Carver Dean

Supper Friday, Nov 18 at 8 *un.
In the Breezeway of the Aisro
4I AN ANP FEATURE la t1on.

SECURITY 8 ---. --- _ According" to the staff, the
THE ---- +uxvti rwt, ti,r. ri.ersoge Family Bean Supper is an annual -

PROTECTS Nov. 8, 1861 Je1fer n Davis church in Vermont for nearly 30 activity designed to bring
I all Campers Day Residence"
: was elected
DISABLED president of the cars.
I Confederacy. I and Overnight Counselors,
parents and friends together In
told saying "Nothing is scertain i : Nov. 7. 1837 Elijah P. Love- Freeoy ,I family-like atnfwphcre. There a
as change": can have a F Joy, aboUUonist was murdered I,!gill be Fun? Food CMMoSI!
treat deal of meaning for you as by a mob at Alton, 111. Dancing! and other rcereatfen tor
.t did for John Carter. John had Nov 10. 1901 T. J. Hor shy. all friends and members of the
J art celebrated his 38th birthday N1 v 8. 1830 Gen O. O. Pilgrim Life Insurnce Co.>> executive family in attmda<<.
End be felt he had a lot to be Howard for whom,. Howard university died in Augusta Ga. I The Carver Branch .. *We 4rig
u.ankful for a l vely wife, two t .. Mas named was b rn. f the eel Deration of all Interested
ceathy. teen-age youngsters and November 8, 1861 Date of trends and parent to assist In
a good job. Life for him was the Mason-Slideil affair durlsg' making this activity successful.
progressing on an even keel un- the Civil War. J. F. DEAL STUDIO I PJeae visit or call the Carver
u eight months ago when he Phone FR 4-3034 'Branch YMCA t? make your
was severely injured in a hit and Nov. 8. 1791 Benjamin Bannoker I'f'IrrveUon! for this gala affair.
un accident Fr tm then on u Little Gloria Mae Wright began assisting LTnfant 307 N.W. 2nd Ave. I The "Yin located at 5770 NW
one unpleasant change after wishes to thank her many friend, survey and layout cf Washinj- II I 15th ave.. OX e0231. The YMCA
was another. lie was hoffritauzed for patrons and well wishers who to. D. C. W. copy and cnlaryt pictures .f Is a member agency *t the Unit-
and when be final- who helped her to fin sed.nd: loved ed Fund.
period your one at half pHct. W.
a long honor in the "Little Mb Pathtonetta" Nov 9, 1783 Lemuel Hayes
returned home the doctor told contest l :ldirr and minister was born. make all kinds of pictures.CAL'S .
wuld not be able to
cjn he He
as pastor of a white
work; asain. Although be receives JUST CALL CE 5-3057
pension from b. employer' he
round that all of his needs were ARCHIE'S
< being met. BrowardCounty Garden Club Begins

Then John learned over the Hosiery ServiceIt's
Fall ActivitiesThe
lad of another kind of change BAR & GRILLENOW
n e commentator said that social Newt a pleasure to serve you
disability in- Friendship Garden and SERVING
security Dane pays fain
C ivc: Club had its first meeting .
orance benefits to qualified per-
.o.r'b who become severely disabled 4Water f cr the tall at the home of Mrs.Many BREAKFAST LUNCH $1.29
before age as, and he urg- give, C Wright Oct. 1 The attendance AND DINNERAt Hosiery 92't4821
rd disabled people t> seek' 1nforfN'O was .large. Visitors for Popular Prices Fillmore St.
he evetsing'sett'" Met Louise n
from their: local social
Kr ur.ty office. Until a, recent Ta :or. Mrs itch nald. new .o- 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. Richmond Heights
change: in the social security law The CWH Chamber of Cam cat dJxvor of the" YWCA. Mrs
ieie payments could be made I merge will hold its election Monday E..zabeth THly. Mrs. Ola WillU """' _:
oruy to disabled workers aped SO night Nov 14 at 9 o'clock] The second" meeting was at the
&5. All members' are asked to be home of Mm Mary Ann Derry
present at the Chamber building being a tar day. Mrs. Berry had SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT THE
Johns wife called the social I 44th ave corner of 21t It. In In overflowing cr wd. Visitors
security' office and mentioned Carver Ranches virrr M *d me* E. B. Jones, '
...at he was unable to visit the "nankie Shumake. Sarah Pullum EBONY
T.ce His application was taken The St Luke gal Arch and Mt-t Sarah A O.bornc Both
' .. a ru re&entative cur.ty office who came to theirme 13 at the Masonic Temple on were" ideal botes'ftt. Motel & RestaurantAir
: John and his family are Pembroke Road all members are
chartered bus the estate of condition .
. Ted of SW 19th It. Or Harry Sweating, which was
Marshall Wise, manager of the in Carver Ranches did at the j-ne of the most enjoyable trips Phone Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway
Mum XXJAtttown Socal Security: Memorial Hospital in Hoilywod.Saturday the club has had. The spacious
.Mice, point out that the story at 4.30: ajm grounds with the most beautiful) Riviera Beach, Fla. 1 mile north of W. P. Beach
rf Jobn Carter illustrates' the shrubs and blooming plants WtI'Vtbe
fanuiy protection ".'blehdal Stop look and listen for the first tr- catch the eyes. To fo
s rcunty provides rwbcn the big Fall FasMonette Tea given' t through both buildings which
breadwinner becomes disabled at the Hollywood Arm ry Nov ; holds the mist priceless antique
ff any substantial gainful ac.vity 20 by the Watt Hollywood and furniture, cut glass! china silver
Ilaltandale Deauttcjans Anyone and other" objects too numerousto BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt
To qualify for these payments, interested in modeling for this mention Dr. Sterling' spent
ere did a person must have a affair iJeacall Mr*. Eleanor much time and travel abroad as $50 Per Space
c-sabllity so severe that it will Bae. YU 3-92W t YU 8-M44. rYil in large cities in America
;1.11 indefinitely and one whlohprobably Mrs Fannie WilUvnc. WA 3-9108 to secure such 0 Ikvlions. One
4A .1 i n:4 improve with ads) have to visit the estate to There Are no Lots Cheaper In
* me or medical treatment The -- -- --- appreciate' it
( -AbHity must have lasted forx The next meeting" will be with Southern Florida
Advertise! It
months or more before payments I Fay1 Mrs W C Cofdell Nov 19
can start. Wile emphasis- II I EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK
. ---
-d that one of the retirements I --

'for;Q disability have w benefits eked' under U the social per- i t so 3065 N.W. 41st Street Phone NE 4.8242DON'T
TV Service $1
wurity for five years out of then
<* years before he became disabled.

1f you or anyone in y ur fam. ALL MAKES ALL MODELS PLUS PARTSLARRY'S .:r.JB JUJJ&18MJSBJBBJaJIJJlS .Jr.r 'J'1.tr.U'llJil
bfcumes disabled Wise said T.V.
be sure to c.citact your socialrcunty
< office to see if you are
rtgible for disability bene&s"He WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

added that booklets on the ,
recent changes in the social se- i MARKETThe
urUy tow. including the change 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024

permitting tajrnents to disabled ,.,. ..
worker under 50 years <.* age '-1"' i p" 1 '---" '---"'---": H m ". management of Shell's City refuses to serve

are available, tree of charge, at Negroes at its lunch counter.
a.) social security district offices. I
The downtown office is located CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF On Wednesday, August 17, the manager of this store
I' 230 North Miami Ave.
BEAUTY CULTURE had 18 White and Negro customers arrested simply

because they asked for service. This could have been

.J., R. TAYLOR MOST MODKftN 'IN THE $SOUTH one of your family-or you.

Is Building Fascinating Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly To buy in this store means the endorsement of racial

Again Hair-Weev Training Center in Th South discrimination

Write today for further information

FR 3.1441 or 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Mami, Florid.CHARLES' COUNTERS



Before build or borrow

His boot money loan deals I. Do not buy from Shell's City until the above conditions -
His Fastest Building Tim. are met.

His Best Foreman Builder Fresh Fish Daily Fresh Killed Poultry Groceries 2. Write to the manager, Mr. George McKelvey

His Best Licensed Contractor Meats Fruits VegetablesBEER Shell's City

Colorod JobPerformance or Whlt.-for your AND WINE TO TAKE OUT 5941 N.W. 7th Avenue

Bond and Insurancefor Open week days .:so a.m. U t .......<-. Sunday 7 a.m. U 1 p-m. Miami

your security. and tell him you protest these discriminatory
Look at the TAYLOR job now

building. at 11th St. and ItthAvo. 340 N.W.16th Terr. Phone FR 41345n DON'T BUY DISCRIMINATIONMIAMI

Others U start la Liberty City Yoarv Mt The tame Location CORE Congress of Racial EqualitySOCIAL
and the Grove. FR '.1709
N26 I 7Jmftm2 S-S SJmm2 !: n=n=ncnm JSOCIAL

70th sU died Nov. 9. Arrange-

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960 fad: licv.ns: memory of menta are incomplete. Survivorsare Bobbie Eugene Surrency of
a daughter, Mrs. Mar y 1600 NW 61st it. was dead upon
IJUJ' dent Oi ur tister. Young a sister, Mrs Mary Woods arrival at Jackson Hospital Nov.

three brothers Percy Payne ofVatttfics 4. Services!' conducted fa the chap
I CARDS-MEMORIALS i l Mlun five grandchildren el Thursday morning. He .to survived -
one great grand. by his father and stepmother

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene
----" ---- Surrency sister and
a brother
House of
his grandmother.

Services for Louis
the late. C. Bowie MM!! Janet Elaine Porter
( of
loving memory Jr., of Mr. and Mrs. Louis
family of the late, son BranUey, 1795 NW 50th St. died
MRS. ANNIE L. STROUD Ow.e. 2398 NW 6Ut at., were
Nov 4. Site WM a student at
wish to express the many thanksfar acid& Nov. 5 at Triumph Church Dade County Junior College
cards, telegrams and flowers Jcsides :IBS parent he Is survival Services will be held in Greater
and then kindness during the 4'a ; by three esters, a brother hUgrandparents. Israel l Bethel I Primitive Baptist
hours of bereavement, and special : lima in L.ncoin
Church Nov. 12 at 2 pjn. She is
thanks to Range Funeral survived b> her mother, Mrs.
H me. Again thanks to everyonefor John WJl Willis Jr., died Nov. iVlfcna Porter a sister, Caro
everything.Mr. 2 Graveside services' Nov. 7 Ik Brantley. four aunts and three
and Mrs. Lee Demery liv oS 6iirv.ved by hit parents, Mr uncles including Rev. and Mrs

And Family S I jnd; Mrs.. John W. WU a. liooietesd. P. D. BranUey.

CARD OF THANKS 1 \ Henry died
Roscoe- Eady 2020 NW 3rd ave. Braynon Nov. 9.
Mr. Braynon of 1418 NW 74tfe St.,
J.od at work Nov. ). He is ur-
Words to express came to Miami 50
are inadequate over years ago
r.ved by Ins widow "*o daugh-
our thanks and appreciate from Nassau Bahamas. Heat
ers Arrarvcroents incomplete.
n to the many friends for a member of long standing i m St.

their kindness thoughtfulness Agnes Episcopal Church, and a
Da 2106
E Mae r den.
Mrs. &.e
sweet unseifuh in the hour
member of Pall Bearers Lode
MRS MATTIE BENNETT iW 3rd ct. died Nov. 7. She ii.urvived
of our bereavement in the pas No. 11 of GUOPB. Services will
who departed this. Lfe Nov 16. by her husband five
Ing of our beloved father the
be held Monday Nov. 14 at 1W..30.am.
Rev. Jordon Abrams ,.t Thomas- 1959 ,ons, tA.o daughters, a sister IS
FELDER and 9 grand- in St. Agnes. He is survivedby
grandchildren great
Ga. Oct. 25.
villc. iL
Y>'j said to us you had a home Aildren. Services' will be con- is wife OTie. three softs.
We sincerely thank those who ,-pared, where the saints abide jucted Nov. 12 at 1:30 p.m. at Ronald Edward and John; fivedaughters
sent cards of (condolences tele- lust over in the Gloryland, and vtt Calvary Bau* 5t Church. The Mrs. A lean Johnson
grain and flloAer. They have i helped to lighten the burden wibear. -- --- tide 1 just over in the Gloryland acme 7 pjn. Friday. Mannings Mrs. Claranda Sir-
We are grateful to the Rev, JAMES D ETHR1DGEIio Wnh sad hearts we said goodbye lent and Mrs. Lenora. Smith a
M. J. Fay n for his prayers and till me meet again. Consoled Mrs. Ophelia Lang 521 NW slater and one 1 brother. Friends
cenwling' words i *ich haY e departed this life October: 31 in the thought that God loved 19th sL, died in her huIf' Nuv may call at the chapel 1 p.m.

meant much in giving spiritua 1958 you beat nf alt 8. Her survivors are her husband, Sunday.Mrs. .
help and strength. Again thanksto One who has eh en the way
MOle Mtmlin two sons, niece. Arrangements
all. May the Lord above forever of truth a iH-eeteuj flower hat> Munlm. son-in-law are incomplete.a Deanna Collier 2H'I NW
bless all of you entered into eternal reat. I have Elizabeth S.monds. sister Slit Terr. Funeral Mass was offered .
Mrs. Ruth Terrell misled you so very much formmforttng JC'It'! M. David at Holy Hcditmer Roman

Ad Famiy words and the Nieces and Nephew Range Catholic Church Widiiuasy.Survivori .
thoughtful thins you would du are. a daughter. Mrs

IN MEMORIAMIn IleNe the beautiful Christian. Mrs. Vivian Tone of 4736 NW Katherine GO'A.... son, Jobn. a
life MMI lived the 18 ywars *i 31t ct, died Nov. 4. Funeral was foster daughter Mrs. Vera Ed-
were together" Your j*.-erica DEATHST.ieu4M conducted Friday in Mt. Olivette wards and four grand children.
loving remembrance of ...
till live with me at all tin- Baptist Church. She survivedby
late. Ct.. shepherd. guard and
n a* a four sisters Alf'ldameLoulH
Mrs ChrMina F. Thomas 396
ke.. Cone a* a watchman, taktthv Kmcheon, Areimma Kei.y. M.r- NW 51st St.. died Nov. 6. Services
stand. Come a. an .f>fel.benee I
tam Kelly and Alice Cash, two were held in St. Mary's Metfcodst -
1' 10 avidtOtfr Mev- brothers, Willie and Benjamin > Church. Wcdmwday.
Father dawn, His own.

tlJa'NIE Lillian M .:tbr.... wife, ,
Uil'ian: E Chisftolm. Dfht.Jimmae .
E King daughter MOTHER JEANA

IN MEMORIAMIn I Genuine Indian Healer and Advisor

Gives Facts- -Gets Results-Satisfaction GuaranteedARE
Fad bu r uvlng memom e late YOU SUFFERING SICK NEED ADVICE?

See Mother Jeana-AII she asks is a

I'' Moment of your time


664 N.W. 12th St., cor. 7th Ave. PL 7.5237

MtN' '


our mother who departed this Low, low down payment-$85 Month
life Nov. 13. 1954. ; Coffee of 4311 SW
t9\.h\ St., Carver KaneJtes! diedF '
3-bedroom CBS tiled roof hardwood floors
Six years have passed since ,
J.iNov. 4. 3 a.m. at M moHostjKtal -
you were separated from us phy
sically. MAe".... your spiritual < Wet Hollywood. Fenced rear. This won't last! Call
It. .I survived by hs wife.
iehas never departed iat... bt.r.. Parr -
." \ n *' Ruth to
Thomusena G. Walker 1IL.IBERTHA .,I and Retina and a numbert TRIO REAL ESTATE
(.'icr relatives. Mr CofIt'e"a>
Tlumas II. WiNcer daughter ;n WycTo a. Ga.. and WaR arcn 801 N.W. 54th Street PL 9.8372-OX 6-1740
son .uer ol First ita Ut Church


I I Francia .
who departed this life Novrmucr
sad but loving! memory of
our mother and Ester 11, 1958. John W. Oshasne. 12S 0 SW J ANNOUNCEMENT
Two years have gone b) no 212th -t.. Perrier. died Say 5 ;r
you have walked the hut en.lef !
Kendall Hospital. Bogy will be a a
eI > the way. shipped to Cataoua.!} Ga for fina.
With &H I win say ktp and take r.tes The bud,. will be on view NOW FORMING THE
your ret. n' the chapel I Thursday afternoon
vV'e !loved you but God loves you I until chipping t-me. Survivors include

best. tot wife. Chann; tw 42nd Physicians Assistant ClassA
Willie daughters, Mrs Mary Rok r and !
Redmon. feu. cad
Mrs Aha Hams a six;. An-i.
Ruth J..tt,?ron, daughterand special program of Medical Training for all women

Mrs. family Nellie Price, sifter E:.jab Miler dwd SO8 in. (ages 17 to 45) with limited education who seek
Jackson ArrafifMM** are incom.plete.
and family. Sun.VJr. are hit ...ren'.. more earning and increased prestige.
EMC: H. .tter. n. sister two sass five bffots tt'l and two
and family sisters. I
George Williama, brother I Classes Starting Nov. 21

and family Mrs. Victoria Burrows, 1869
Oear UM k William. )).ro. NW Wth at., died Nov. 1 Services Day and Evening Classes
and familyEllis held Nov. 5 at St. James B:> I

William, brother Cburch Survivors are two sisters I Small Weekly Payments
.' Mrs. Beatrice Armbr-.ster and
: t CARD OF THANKS n Mrs trees.Bsr.Gladys Roberts, and three S Air Conditioned Class Rooms

Free Lifetime Placement Service
The famib of the late JsAea son of Mr. and

Mrs MattlM. James of MO NW To all graduateaNightingale
lath si. died in Christian Hospital -

Will, ) departed this He October !. Grav Mde sen'ices held
14 and was laid to rest October
) who passed away November 19. take this method to thank
i CollegeFR
1957. Kettle Valdex 1860 NW
their many fr. nd for the ex-
A loving thought, a secret tear pression of kmdnc during Itb terr. did at her borne Nov
Keeps your memory very dear. their recent bereavement, Special 9 ArraaftsneatE {aeompkte.
God give us strength to fight It, tuna to the pastor aad members Survivor, are .br mother Mr 3-1675
Courage to bear the blow. of Mt. Tabor BpUtChun Virginia Turner a skip father

But what It meant to lose you. and the Raa e Ft *ral L.osi Turner tar.. children.AhMfte : 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami Fla.
know. Williams Gorg VaM! -cCharles ,
'No one will ever Home. Your kindnm will never
Bettye Wheeler daughter be forgotten lies a sister, ilr*. Ida Nil
1 Flo&ile Rogers alder Lee iFoac a bfotker. Thong
and family The Family Tbtot+w.

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w.-. :. ,. -'........1-_-.!",_.,,.,..," 7""] THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA



''ntt.'JISftBD apartment $M peru wish to think the Ladies
\ck. Come to 6100 NW 17th Guild of Christ Episcopal Church
,v e. and Hibiscus Court No. 36 for
I their donations and "Getwell

$495 DownNew Fi'R.YfAiI D efficiency: private.. Cards" sent our son. Richard,
entrance. 811 NW 6th at. PL 'during hia illness.
3-bedroom CBS on 3-4273. I'i I Air and Mrs. Richard
large landscaped1 lot. Nice F. Cukner Sr.

neighborhood. Lots of ex

r 5r relief of arthritic and rheumatic A VERY NICE room. Privatebath mortgage payment.
to Dr. Yates 8.Ldnm and limbs and body that cause you concern and embarrassment.
pains go entrance for men only. __ __ ... ... .........
Clinic. 2237 NW 62nd 8L 5950 NW 9t& ave. Phone PL -1. -r: :::::; : ;:; Fast electronic method medically approved. Free consultation

phone OX 11801. 1-5236. Open Sunday 1-6
ELECTROLOGIST FR 3-2748 by appointment
COMING "The Second An FURNISHED one bedroom apt. 1075 N.W. 59th St.
"...aI' Fellowship Hour" sponsored Yard and porch Reasonable: 3-bedroom DR. LONG'S CLINIC BUILDING
Ih the Church of the 'Incarnation.N. OX 1.0670.FURNISHED. 2 on very
1545 S.W.
First Street
MIamI Fla.
large landscaped lot. Separate -

ROOM with tele- garage, utility room.
GENERAL CONTRACTOR POOftf' 1400 NW 69th St, &r call Furnished kitchen excellent *
OX 1-1877.
> crat.cms additions and re- location in quiet neigh
and residen-
2-HBDROOM close to borhood. Near everything!:
c mtractlnj. Phone Ben Love apartment,
f' 8-5657.. D3 t-Ao schools and church. $15 per Total price $10.400 $63 North Dade High HOMECOMING
week 2415 NW 5eth at. See care month includes taxes and
1"SOT WORKING If you taker. insurance. FOOTBALL !
ln Liberty City or Brownse -
. area we will repair ocd BEAUTIFUL ROO 4. Private .:--- See The Coronation of
i Pay weekly. Free ectid bath and private entrance. IBM
Liberty City Miss Jr.
Sr. Homecoming
'(,$ All work guaranteed.' Call NW 69th. St. (rear). Phone OX
1-7174 Call after 12 pM Satur- $495 Down $75 Month
X 1-9957. day. Saturday, Nov. 12, 1960 2:15 p.m.

CHILD CARE I Beautiful 2-bedroom, near At North DadVa Athletic Field Opa Locka
2 NICE HOUSES $20 and $15 transportation schools and All grads are invited to their Alma Mater
WILL KEEP children at mye ptA' ik W;,' veil $100 *l*nBa shopping. One mortgage ADM.t STUDENTS
pick up and deliver. $4.50 ... net' kc rent Small family payment. Total price $8,995No i 50c ADULTS $1.00LET'S

.. .wceic.I'I.' 7-3325. N19 o\d.J.t NE 5566REAL closing costs. ....... .( .. .. -
> I it Beauty: School 24th :
1.1 graduation exercise. 3 I i ,
Sunday Nov. 13 at Mt. 1 i
ESTATE 1884 N.W. 53rd St.
apt.J1 Church. 14th st TRADE or

VH place' The public is in- $1.00 and your deed I. all $1700 Down $75 Month LOW CASH DOWNFor
d Beautiful ranch style 2-
you need for a CBS homeon

Nursery Child Care your lot. Any site or and bedroom furnished CBS kitchen.plus garage a brand new 3.bedroom CBS home. Will take

W1.SOVS! Nursery Kinder jar- price range. AIM FHA automobile, frame house or your lot in trade for a,

. Hot lunch. Children from <6 rrh< to 5 years $450 perirk CASH FOR YOUR LOT
Call NT: 43759. 2272 NW 2644 N.W. 62nd St. town. Direct front builder.FAIRLAWN.
." St N19

OX 1.9372 ... 2644 N.W. 62nd Street
' Operator VOIIfI I I ..# ,: :.

I'V Box. 999 NW 3rd Ave
tnt _
n. FK 49130.
K Royal Drive-IR. 6840 NW HOUCHT
Would like Christmas
you a new figure for
ave ( -';"' Or would you like to trim down the old one?

PALM READER .; TODAY You can remake your figure the easy way at
'0' \!).\M K Palm Header and -- -- ----. ....
..SI'r on all affairs, past pres- EASY METHOD
and future. 16900 NW 27th By LESTER C. ALBERT SCHOOL OF CHARM
1540 N.W. 62nd Street
FOR RENT DabcockIn Call OX 1.176G-NA 1-O470

:1 Rodroom CDS apt. Stove of normal living we manage to take thl"UIn Hours! 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
the coarse
and refrigerator. Hot ando stride. However certain events from time to time treats hardships Evenings 4s30 p.m. 8:30 p.m.
Evelyn Tynes proprietor
demand eonsWerably more of our ,
and problem which
< I d water. Residential
physical" and spiritual resources. At aueh times It may be difficult
rrla Call NE 43933. to aboat
to realize that it to all the more necessary
normal manner as po..I.We; fHj* up to
our daily Hvn in la ... BURGLAR ALARMS- LOW COST
FOR SALE struggle" until our proik+ns are ro
th. new and greater
I '. UtE HOME by owner 3 or 4 The mental hardships and problems taming of bereave
-r'N'ms. extra room in rear be lessened by a complete and understand service t.t Protect Your Home and Loved Ones
I VW 12th aw aad Slat st can .vah.ble at HOUSE OF
\! -' UKB.. NE 51524. attend to an detai.s. Such ervces That Never Fails.' Electronic Prolf'ction-24 lioura
"The Light
ALBERT. 694 NW 5th Awe

H'ii. THAT DAM nOME or Phone OX i 7664UN1FORMS S
Florida r..... extra bed-
'ni or..*.Si. R tnodVlm( of .. '
K nd. -U ........F. NE 4-6726 ,.. ,, ...--.:_.... CALL ALERT ALARMS, Inc.
' .a : yew iMrfMUvc needs, all
. one r mimfeliiMt can tjcth FR 1-2806
'"< A. no ...tr down up to
, '<..ri to p.jr. Lk* **d and mi -

.r. ladf i".a.. .,,....... j i iliai

''< )T'SE NW Section Furn. }, r1
4 -ns and batii M9 dow'i DISCOUNTS TO
" > "n',mii Total $4.e eo j53: SPECIAL i Liberty Television Corp.
',W :5th ave Open Saturday 9:JO GROUP ORDERSWe
=> Sunday 2 to 6 pjn. CHURCHES &
and short
H .OMS. FunUiMd. ISH NW carry the largest selection I on long I

t I'rnlaUvn.Inf.7 aYe Call OX 1-3896 for In- sleeve uniforms in Miami. Our representatives will 1 GUARANTEED SERVICE ON ALL MAKES

obligations.Robins TELEVISIONS AND HI-FI I
, "> KV'U NISH1'R1' AHT. and far-: come to your church-No I ,
- NW 58Ui St.
-tad room 174 I
o\ I.MSO, s. A. ('berme Inc.t.f -.- I

",..ft..ISHW or uaturabked apt. SALE 10 Down
, NW 7&'h!+ -
( .n.) S14 ;rr week &U
: 3341 1anapr... premie**. OX Uniform Center TV

t'YFt'RYi a Nice E-Z CREDIT

inset! pJ.! .. .i3 1w lath Ave Sunset Drive
5900 I
FR l-t7tT or ME 4-1W6. i

-BEDROOMS, lra UvJd I I South Miami-MO 6-8501 One year parts and labor guarantee on all sets

room aIM perek. Upper and :
:wwer (duplex.) Sill pla" af.*.I 1719 N.W. 10th Avenue purchased
Deposit J .-..ua. JE 8-M74. _FR 4-1108 ,
Jackaon Hosp i
Opp. j 915 N.W. 62nd St.MIAMI'S .
1 i'iLSN4lL, room" ID borne un PL 4-2546

Witit4 VW fled s. ... OX 1..... Mrs 2204 Collins Avenue MOST EXPERIENCED TV SHOP I

Miami Beach-JE 8-7272 D10 I II If"
HA sreae a e S-Md- .
r* a U Now build'm! at 524VVf --. -., _-!_-t -:,"m."-'- : ,-: __ ::- a' a.i'r p"r i"'e"'r"-1f ;Y'''' f'I' fJ M?
2tod ,t. FR 9-376

OMEGAS OBSERV ACHIEVEMENT WEEK AME ConferenceIn cause of Christ1! kingdom.:
Available are strive room
j----. free for a few teenage young men
Nassau > Contact Rev. XL E. Benjamin, bolt
pastor, P. O. Box 2283, Grant's
The 52nd session, of the Bahamas Town Nassau Bahama
r Annual Conference in t h e
llth episcopal District, under the
supervision of the Rt. Her
Bishop S. L. Greens Senhr Dish
of the AME Church will be
held at Naxsau. The date will be
announced later.

(The *... Florida has been chartered ,,,
for this grand occajta' and
you and yours are Invited to
rome along.

BlsHGfftD'. party wil con-
dost of several bishops of the i
AME Church and their wives, ,
fellow ministers" presiding elders,
evangelist, missionaries and a
1 number of laymen.
This will be cl
one the greatest
: annual conferences ever toe .I I
> held in the Bahamas. There'
Idle! be a parade from the **. at any school boy can tell
: Florida to the seat of the cra- you, SOOTIN'S TV, 121 N.W.
0 k ferencewhich.. will be held on 3rd Av.* stands far quack r..
he third fOOl of the newy built liable" and lewcoet TV service
r-yal Eagle Masonic' Lodge on and repair. Keep our phone
Balllou 11111 Road, and a welcome number handy FR 3,1SS9. ....
ervice. Government official. and
many other from every walk if
rl life will be present to welcome
the bishoo and other

i 1 i Bishop Green i* planning f doa
magnificent and outstanding SOOTINS
work in the Bahama, ftrhich Include
the erection of churches
1IC'hoo1s. etc. that are *o badly
needed. Let us all stand behind
iC' ; t
LlT At ___
_. his great Father of the Church
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I and till effort to further the
The National: AchievementWeek The citizens of Miami are indeed era of Omega were well pleased
observance; programs presented proud of this recognition shown 1 with the effort of Bra Carver I .
by Sigma Alpha Chapter by the Men tl Omega for outstanding Port lock, chairman of the
tl the Omega Pal Phi Fraternity. citizenship and interest I Achievement Week Committeefor FRanklin 4-3269
Inc., were held during the past in our youth of today. The broth- i iI ij thi caliber achievement: week.
week 01 commemoration of the I i DR. JAMES R. UNDSEY
achievements by citizens of the | PODIATRIST
community and the founding of I j THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA
the fraternity This observance !\ PACE 14 SATURDAY Foot and Leg Disorder
NOVEMBER 12 1960
began Sunday aftennrn:: at the i i ,
Bbeneier Methodist Church with '!' t a.m.. to 2 p.m. 4 p.m. t. I p.m.

Father Jamc H. Hall, vicar St'' 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami Ha.
Timothy Episcopal Church AMPLE HOUSING class and 1 location of the hotel. ,
Daytona Beach at the guest All request for information andre t
weaker Father Hall, a native of AVAILABLE FOR ervatl ns must be made to
Miami spoke on the theme O. B. CLASSIC Housing Committee I North*
"Youth of the 'World: Accelerator Travel Bureau. 1104 NW 3rd
of Progress and Change" .VISITORS Ave.. Miami Florida. Telephone DR. YALES S. LUNIN CLINIC
Several time during hit dynamic FR 9-8779. December 4 i II the
addrese, reference WM deadline for reservation' by mail
Vliil n to the Orange Dloscom Hours 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
'Md.'t a) plan "
the outstanding leadership accordingly ,
Classic in Miami thy Dec. 10
Miami Evening 5 8 Closed
qualities which. many youth will not experience difficulty homeowner with private p.m. p.m.- Tuesday
throughout the world guest
rooms available
are exemplifying are
through their interest in in huge obtaining! housing despitethe asked to list them with North Take bus No. 14
bath national and ft reign affairs. over-flowng crowds Travel to assist In acommodating'
Youth fit-in demonstration are the large number of visitor 2237 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1.1801
oecoming' Arrangement have been made
more prttnincnt a* theeye
of the world observe the with several Miami and Miami
acceleration of pr res* and Beach' note** tal provide ample Let your boy blow his hornat
change. accomodatkm for those coming our Fine Art Conenra>
11 the great Miami festival. tory band clas. Thursday
During the Sunday I Phone OXford 1.0644 Hors" 9 ta 1-* .. 7
program Charles North chairman of 4 p.m. Registration Saturday
cttiaen were honored' be
the Orange Blossom Classic 10 a.m. Carver YMCA
rae of
service '
rendered Housing Committee and owner DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS
Mr. Loins. during H J'ortlock the past was)"ears.honored 'f North' Travel 1 Bureau' stated,
i There Is no reason fer anyone OPTOMETRIST
rendering service FOR
*>d the call of duty while bcy i who come to Miami t r the big RENT
working at Youth Hail game this year to ffo away dlsappointed ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICE
L. Sanders, the !'firenk ,
and eaU of the fraternity > the rooming houses and hotel EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES
f" .a* hon red a. the Omefe Man in Miami more than 40 hotel on apartment
of the Year for Sigma '', Miami Beaeh opened their doors

Chapter. Omega Pal i Phi fratern Alpha' This to u* year tr the, both first time college in history.team Only $14 per week 6823 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Florida

ity. Every briber in t
e Mill be
staying on the lave
felt that Mr Sanders was

quite deserving of his untiring of this service awardbecause I again mints and to take we've care made of any arrange-nd U 844 NW 70th St. -

IT.. continue of Omega holding high. the standards 'inquests, those who for want ace mmodation them! for Manager on premise RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE

Other programs IQ observanceof Rate are moderate at tilt, time OX 1.634s > Rectal Disease 9 Varicose Vein
this achievement week of the year" prior: ta their wanttrash Effective
werehied palnleaa.
nen.surgical efflce
and treatments at low .n-
acc-rdng to the
at several of the local highactuals lea ..
throughout: Dade County na I"co. .. Aveld a rgery and Heepltallutten.. Why
wear true*? Why softer delay and let weraef.


, Special' 1 medication, t"'M'ntl..ta. for arthritic f. neurHla, vi.e.n .

1 bleed ,,....,,.., Sinus anemia last viper cnrenk ........
.f men and w."' ....

DR. LONG'S CLINIC A General Health' '.", te.

ix-; IMS s.w, let at rn '.%1" REDUCING.




J' For a few dollars more weekly

4 you can live

''r'rIf e1 In this new luxurious home

Wood Floors Enclosed Garage



_.. ....:."WJ fl Comer loffs Drive; I Maaroe St.

Rev. Geary presenting Citizen of The Dr Braynon., baaileua of local chapterof

Year Award to Mrs. D. Portlock for her Omega Psi Phi presenting award to HARMAR, INC.

many years of service to Dade County | T. L. Sanders, Omega Man of The Year Ora D. Taylor Agent CE 5-4246

Youth Hall. during Achievement Keek.




Around : : : r

.OHDU11'I..1'1 y
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Y'ALLr.It wtn't b. |tuna
before the Classic will be back in By M.

Maml Town With( It's fotball.ame. "" .L \ _.... .......L ......1""':' .... -----......;.--

. '. pretty girls, the marching NeMfnan's 10- :
band in the Herbert Taylor a U. S. citizen contest on
,100 the fwinginjest see him on the home scene ..ram.I of Bahamian parenu pleaded Thelma. A quarrel '
of all ) .
and most people. .
and .,.
guilty in court to possession of a twft'n' the fathers. S
and This
Lots of people' money. TOLD YOU THAT CarmtnDouberchat J8 revolver on October 15 and 'nd jot his sho4Mn and

rear FAMU promises a more wjld -alk off with was fined $42. The gun was d n- M to the scene. He toW .
theme than
br/.hant:: and exciting that AKA contest.' She chorea bek the I
was Iscated.' Taylor a visitor got In was pulling
Chuck Smith twill be in
, ,fore. Miss Fashionetta of 19 O." and it tUpprd."
trouble when his girl friend told
before' the Classic
Miami: long Carmen has become one the poHce on him after they had
things rolling. As
weekend f ret
most ular and
pi; promisinf personalities a fuss.
you'll be glad to see comet
''J ual In Miami. She hails
.> the' happy faces such as PresL from Havana. Cuba, and speaks SEE THE
A second Anglican Synod to
Core J. R. E. Lee and Jake
lent perfect Enffefc aside fjn being

an auxiliary bishop was GREAT
Oaithcr. a bt"auutuJoman.. She manages
called by the Lord IUshSpmce

Clyde Killera Ie l going to deco- and does the Bannister that with Enterprises 3urtn last month. but no decision LEADER HUNT11R'r ( Griffith: 65, retired
. his Fiesta R.imn} FAMU efficiency rras reached. It is expectedthat AND PHYCHIC m tV r.a East Coast Rail
re this
From end of the "Hail
this year' and present' a pen another srnod will be cal:- as Locomotive Fireman Nov.
>'or to the Queen Miss Fashionetta.of .
s-x-cial( show for the Classic. It I960 b In the near future.Sixteenyearold BISHOP 1960 after 40 years service.

going to bereduced' by B b- Griffin I kegs with hU wife,
Marshall. Of course Classic Patrick AI- -, at 3011 NW 23rd are
HX BILL TINDER, tht pro at the If y." ara sick ."
really Classic Time prefect at Government have ne MSct. Wll-
te not bury a son
"me thedogfondest fall ...
t. t4ay.
Golf Course, has ma
... Shout mention ctf Dr. 1. P.nvk. Biltmore sale on coif clubs High School h the winner of the. ally 1 e. n. ta I p.M. !\ H. Griffith who will com
Elliott! Pieie', Sam Cohen Bahamas ElectncHy Corp. essay 1 .... t. 1 Sunday 20 years Army service in
of. Believe am.
ever heard me. p.
W ;I'Sam! Harris Johnnie Davis, ytii for aotest, it was announced' on hI...... 1961 and one daughter,
market someclubs
4. Cooper' Charles L. Williams if you are in Oct. 13. He is the son of Mr. Ella Hall of Miami.
Charles Hadley, Jim Reid, Sam that is the cheapest and Warren placeto and Mrs. Paul Albury of Fen
go Mrs Tinder
N 1h. These
Rabin! and Cbarlie fincastle
Filer are' in the pro shop with RCADINQtP
people' do a lot in helping .
Take the Classic a success.' Thereare him. and they really their make courtesv r r' ufeel Eniel. 14. Nellie 15 and Mae 7 $1.00 Straighten your hair
at home with .
I butt Ernest P
many others am sure the children of Mr. and Mrs.
cannot name them all. North and attention DOt To the be only things on t 1>1 A.K barely escaped injury With SILKY STRATK
-ind Bill Sawyer at the M a r y .ale d..nhI'are. "' They have some when a midnight explosion ripped W 17 at. ., _Economy Jar.. '121
Elizabeth will have tickets 'ti their bedroom n or on
Italian feam rubber ctnrh- I up WIlT sass........
a1e .* uual. Don't hralt until the new oned shoes on sole! and anything Oct 17 After watching! television HOLLYWOODLA. ....rd.rAT

'a*t minute to get your tickets. else: YOU '**nt ifl the golfing the children went to bed at All COSMETIC COUNTERS
>>erau e I have seen fo many reasonableI'LL 11 The explosion tore up the
will be
..Prone running around at the very floor misting" the bed by one ....Oil'.
**t minute trying to ret tickets. frot The police are making an t Advertise! It Pays!
They really & Chas. North Incc'rd ; BET THAT SO ptr civil investigation.C .

; that he be given the be* I if the Negroes in the state' of 1 u..___ ____ _

'ckett. this year, and he go1Vnn Florida Nominee didn't: Farris know that Bryant Governor had- Research M. Markham Publishing of Travellers Co., Chi- I ... :%""..-..fr.\rVs"fc....:y: y-.V.*".'.A M"0sy2:....%C... ?......"..:VMV."' ;;:"'..i&......*.jfcSPLIT :-.......-f-.......:ifl.1 o.r..:-:".

oppoMtlti! in the Republican sago spent several day in Nassau
HAVE YOU HEARD the broad Party running for the Cover also last week in an eff ct to

rat frrm the Sir' John Knight I asked a grog: ,* people if they Cumulate Negro tourist travel He LEVELHOMES
heat Rirwer Club Well just li knew that George C lVteronwas was invited by the Bahamas Taxi
t"1t4llf' vote dtdnX I suffprst! that running for Governor and Cab Co- ,.....u tl-ten Hi and hear the vrtf ee' ttwtold me "1 th uchl that accompanied by his A n. Melvin
haplayer Harold Frailer nry.nta.. already elected circulation manager of "Negro

i,..r* k n voting man who could've' Mmt likely Bryant will be our Traveller"
test that base away (he next governor because T'ttf'ffe'ftd.dn't '
aorn't oTay It as well ff'al-I even" try for the N'efr" Arthur Robert Newman' charted -

.n*'> and lu't shig! to the nice vote I with the murder of Harold
'yrwil. that want to hear hii Reginald. Smith at Adelaide on

,rw fin" exciting at'ce. I believe August Monday. .h.t thH vo mr man could clmb? CREDIT DEPT. A recent views the Supreme Court on Oc 19V
'" .t>. heithts. of stardom if h* Item' in the Times told abrtut how for I three Y"r.n'" Imprisonment the Exceptional Values
... .. "n morns are n r* available
M concentrate ">, sin ring a minimum penalty
... Classic visitors in several
"', ore Vr ona1Ir. I donl
Beach hotels The article goes "\ Chief Justice explained to ONTREMENDOUS
know xtm'well" first enough tr The
the' Orange Blossom verdicts
comoliment possible
to that four
fc llo hrrrdy sir how are you. the Jury
Claeske Houtini' CommitteeCharlie "TOUT-,
"it ear can take It from me with were open to
North. Dr I P Davis accepted the Crown'scaw LOTSWITH
wrfe such as Harold'. Vir advertising der. If they
several big shot toto manslaughter, ifthey ;
in ;
'"re that within year or "WGntl'd
a red
*.. .- bees "n the same level a. lff"M1f\l1. but complete rof'lpONNblf'! 1m felt there had been
tinny ?*Mh. Belafcnte and the one man who was hotel U I cU n; manslaughter by provo-\\
Mme open
t, \nn'. Baton Remember! now for getting fence if in their opinten
their doors to u. at a time accidental; or
had been and landscaping
if end when he becomes a i. very filled That man ts. Dave killing I Sodding
-*eat "T'.."en T told you about Marks YOU ,t"('. I kl'l tw the acquittal.I

him first HarVd" Frazier story I saw Dave r 1 .. over and' After retiring twice, the Jury

and down the Beach for reached the derision of nun
Homy Tnler run up Down
y owner Low PaymentLow
"T over tw months talking to hotel slaughter by negligence I
of nl"'" Station WFFT It i_ nice owners and managers get- out of a thUd.t .
The killing grew
and met nice peonle but
"-H th ste'mfr'" "n the broad tint back aca'n and aaahi to tab Incident I on the first
going t The children weredancing
east< over WFPC few "eek get the Anal, OK's All the information August the "Ma4 lvsek when Mr Teenier m.14. H1)U he obtained he turned that Smith
.. Cra- and it is alleged
: thf'ntr 3 ( Committee
for Mfr' to the trios ic Houiing had the dee, in the:
'+*TI. Ohon .nd. Moore to get' a* a public' service Now daughter

**.her with he manager of that the<< work is done and the -- t Homes
shell's City Mr Trenler's ac- deed accompU'hed. the "medals' These Luxury
n.,. now make him a part of have been handed oUt to everyone giving credit where It la due
"',.! .** .fc* committee Of coursetrvFc but Dade (Marks AnyhK. Dave, Till next: week Live Life. INCLUDE
h'ee always' been a part of here u "Honorable mention." Every Golden Minute of U PeacesGive

**nnwnltr stale but we would I
iike! .t--t;' f'-th's.' opportunity toM 3 Bedrooms. 2 Tiled bathrooms

.. 'ha"k vtwj t.. Mr Teenier for NERVES the much needed treatment
a fine be Heut on Shell's City" your

ant heart welcome for 120- RELAX Evenings at the FabulouaAfroAmerican Garage Built In Oven Rouge
Oftrt Netrnpt, in South Fl'ridaAMEN

15th Avt. U almost BarYou large Closets large Windows

ftniWhrd To how you bar pt1re -
*. w- irks 15th Ave i- the best

-arf>Je. It hM been year vice
'Sth a....e. ha' needed' mvfnc and will find the ATMOSPHERE Pleasantly See Our New Exciting

now It" done whfc-j d J r* to Congenial i
howy YOU that rou can yet whatyou
want If you keep<< after It
62nd StreetIARKEY'S
*nr enourh I sure hope that 719 N.W. I ModelIn

tier der.t ferret in rut a traf- H Tt ,
e Hcht ore 15th ave 82nd and

1Sh and 7stPRCTTV
Richmond Heights
GIRL Of The week:
Mary AlVe Osborne Man CUT-KATE STORE

About(Cafe Society To' -vnJimmfe! Public Reeves Servant Th. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome Cor. Fillmore St. & Coral Reef Drive

't the WeekK C Smith

(?II f ra ting) 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 OPEN SUNDAY 2 TO 6 P.M.

The finest products at Cut Rate Price
wife of popular golfer Robert Get Your Hallowe'en Costumes Here

esTl ***s tr' MJ Bon 'Unf Alley Maktr M U GIFT I M. H. M. Inc.
and threw a terrific into i c...,,,. 1.00 t.M
about 180 she goes
the Jounce and Is is'minatedQueen Matquaraa C stum.a Tue..y LeU.es "., IjM 1JM I

of the "Ml Hully-Gully" igf ,ZI'I KI",', M.,,', Litton .. 1.00

When SUm Bannister heard Vltamh'e. C....., fee bra D. Taylor, AgentCE
the wind in N.Y tell him (u he Masks 5g t Children ..., ..".,.. Ml up
turned the corner of Lenox and t7a 1.00
aint mad. and if you are mad Trick O' Treat sago J.,..,, LatUfl 54246OOO

125th SO Til tAke it if you NDAV- 1 A.... U 10 ......
Slim made OPEN DAILY A au . .... ...
take it ._ -
111 anyway ..."INN. Owes, ...... .
it for JTrida and rome sunshine. JOHN A. .-. U.'I'.ya...." __}... -. 'l.V.y.zl.i.'Y..Y-
Ii. didn't Hke the idea of the -
Ulkicr to him. It's nice to. .Jt... .__ _- -



PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1960 AlumniThe

Mlain -Tusketee Alumni 'y &
Club will hold its first meeting
Nurses to MeetThe THANK YOUThe of the season on' Saturday even
tn,. Nov. 12 .t 8 pjn. at the home
Licensed' Practical Nurses members of Gamma Zeta of Rev. and Mrs. I. C. Midcins,
Club will meet at the YMCA on Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa I 5814 NW 18th aye. This will bea
Sunday: Nor 13. Every memberis I i very important meeting as
Alpha Sorority wish to express
plans tor the year's activities
urged' to attend. Business
thanks to their many friends will be formulated. All membersare
importance.Mrs.. E. Eves, president for their of Tashlonetta"support in the It8O.presentation urged to be present and on
Mrs. .Jlins o, reporter time.
(Ruble D. Mlrell basileus J Carl Capers Fret. .
. I


carry money to the bank SO x 110 Good for 2 ,pait, 11,200
-Your own that
you can make in this terrific

colored BRAND NEW--J..cn.ely be4room, 2 bath and far-
BEER, WINE AND ace, oak floor, til. roof, buHt-bs electric Idtds-

Snack bar and juke box
alone pay overhead. The SEYMOUR BARONJE I yew hRtst ciait sgplr yes sti lnN dV io "Cb.
rest is all gravy. 8-1340 JE 2-4343 S80 II far Urn lIMe flJ attTK P.O. Bee 3431 r: Savannah, a

9 -

This is a bona fide deal.
Owner going into larger
business, requiring all his Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
time. Investigate this deal.
Net $300 per week and A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
better, with $5,000 cash
investment. Balance E-Z

Call HI 44631MR.




.. t' _
TH at salaries' are now available: 1 -r--- .. ...
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No experience ........ $30 weekS ...;..'.$" :
_1.- w.... ..
month experience $".40

1 year cxperltnct week $45. W This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours

$55 60 week
Plus free room and board, TVguaranteed -
fair' and honest deal.' MORTGAGE PAYMENT. $85 MONTH.NO CLOSING COSTS.
Live' In a friendly' heme. Write' to
we giving' your name and address;

your alee name ref.renceTicket.and phone number. sent of at MY $595 DOWN Move Right /II

once. Write today.
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WORLD 1 North WIDE Central AGENCY Ave. bedroom CBS. Tile roof, Florida I Open Sunday 1-6 p.m-Ben I $495 Down
Hartsdalt. New York room, carport, one mortgage : See 1955 1965 N.W. 53rd St.
only See Quiet area, 2 nice homes 1 all
fenced. One mortgage deaL No 3-bedroom CBS home with Urge
1850 N.W. 53rd St. : closing coaia.
Florida room, store and refrig
Only $795 Down $795 Down
era tor. Cloae to 2 buses. Priced
PSYCHIC READER 3-bedroom CBS home. Florida
LARGE DUPLEX. BEAUTY room, near Slat St. and N.W.
X44 SEE'' oAr See 5200 N.W. 10th Ave. 17th Are. City water. Completely .
I nicely furnished. FHA.
Carport each aide. City water,
landscaped. Open Sunday 12 to $1,495 Down Only $350 Down

{ 5 p.m. Includes closing costs. $81.43
month. $75 month. Nice home for small
Only $1,495 Down J
family. Hurry.

r Let her year of experience' guide bedroom and bedroom
and protect you throughout life bedroom.
Close in.
ae a lighthouse guide the snipe Ina Newly port. Front ond rear porches.
storm. For suttee* In buslneeei' painted inside and* out. Total Front patio, completely furnish. : Custom Built Beauty New
and love. f $8,995 $79 month. ed. I
-CONSULT HER- See 1739 N.W. 59th St. $995 DownNo I bedrooms, 2 baths, 2 car car
OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF closing costs. See ua. Terrific port. 75 x: 100 corner. Large
GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. Only $695 Down
= = Florida utility
room, room.
Office Hours:
t a.m. g p.m. Opa Locka. Vacant Land Large bedrooms, gorgeous. Can

nu,.. 9 a.m. to bedroom, quiet area, one 200 x 170 feet you afford $3,000 down Open
7 pjn.Sunday. mortgage only. No closing costa. Facing N.W. 24th Are., 153rdSt.
: $79 month. See ua and NW 154th SL Zoned for Sunday 1-6 p.m. '.
10 a.m. 3 p.m. I busineaa, units, church. Terms
t DAILY Only $595 Down arranged. See 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.

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$1.00 UP SEE US AT 201 N.W. 62ND STREET *
21 Year Experience


1657 MIAMI N.W., 73rd FLA. ST. are .jrca every day- 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sunday

Don't Write-Call In PO NOn List your lot with u* for quick cash sale. Bet price paid

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