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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: November 19, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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38TH YEAR NO. 13 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19,119'iooi r, ,. TEN CENTS EIGHTEEN PACESua'l

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MAN FROM LEAPS CHURCH iiiij 's Daughter r


Rams Tree; BALCONY I

Mored" by the singing of the Saes ior $9 Million I
SO.voice choir' of Cbeneser Methodist .
Driver Killed i I Church where the tOth annual -
session or the Methodist A nine-mltllon-dollar damage J .
Conference was being held en suit wan flied In Atlanta Ga., oa \
Driving his car at SO miles per I I Bandar, a white maa leaped from Tuesday aiaalst th* Southeast'
hour a 23 rear old man rammed I, the balcony' landing In the era Greyhound Lines Inr by a
a tree Monday at NW 12th1' sanctuary where he struck and A !, girl claiming that she was arrested
Ave and SSth $t.. and was Instantly Injured a year-old woman for refusing to alt In the
killed Emil Swletey. 2C, the white back of a bus.
Willie Charles S..;.... 2121 man put his wallet containingISO Patricia Ann Shuttleaworth
NW CUh st.. was the victim.Miss In the Sunday School rollee' 17 daughter of the Rev ... L.Shuttleworth .
R. Sheffield.. 2S. 11501 lion plate Thinking he had madea of Birmingham.
NW 20th ave. 0,. Locka. a pars mistake, one of the teacherarave Alabama, filed the suit.
.nK.r In the ear was seriously It bark to him; bat he In- She .and two other children of
lajured.Wltne. fluted. that the money be kept to her family were Involved In tfw.
*e* claimed that the two r help 40 needy children. Incident at Gadsden Aa! last
seemed. to he arguing as the car I With nishop Lafayette Harris April 1C. while returning from
sped across the Intersect t Ion Ac In charge, the 11 o'clock service Tenn., to Dimming
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cldent' Inveetlaater. )f. E. Ora..,.. ,started on a high pitch Aa the l Chattanooga
said y choir sang, the young man Jump
A' It la alleged In the suit that
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ed from the balcony' and landed 7
Miss
Sheffield's face Badmouth the bus driver requested police
OB the aged Mrs, E. D. Reed of .
were so badly rat that she al Gadsden to have Miss Shuttle
could not tell Investigators what I.Reddlck. Ffa. worth more to the rear of the
happened It..la bettered that 1 First aid was administered to bus and when she refuted she
Neloms' took his eyes off lb. both before they were taken Inan was arrested
ambulance to a hospital.
road
The Southern Christian Leadership
I The
i capacity congregation was Martin
Conference Dr.
( hocked at the
Incident' bat did
I.uth.r King, president, and the \\II
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Give IoUFSunday j,.not rls waa become In panicky lull control niihop and liar the I Rev Shuttleworth. secretary,.
I worship service Ghana's ambassador to the U said the suit was "the first step I
President clrrt. Jon P Kennedy continued H., Hon, William M Q. Halm la a proposed program to eliminate
has. oam.-d Andrew T Hat will deliver one of the principal racial segregation la the
cher of San Francisco" as Aasoc- 2-Yr. Old addresses at a special Equal Opportunity many terminals and real stops
:j late Press secretary for his new Day awards dinner la throughout the South." .
[, administration Miami Nov, J>,
Mr Hatcher. 17. who has tray The newly.Independent African
Hundreds of Dade County goodwill I cued wkh hJenator Kennedy thru Hit ByiTrucIf natloa'a envoy will fly to South ,HUNTED RAPE
Df'I;:.boss b* knocking on ea his reldeatlal campaign, '' Florida from Washington especially SUSPECT KILLEDHunted
d'Ou this Sunday on UaHedFund's I has ....* actlv In national. and for the affair sponsoredby
United Good Neighbor 1 state "tK Hties since ItSO. He was I!, the Greater Miami Urban by Dade County frolic
day In an all out .effort to raise on leave daring the 19(0 campaign league and scheduled for C 4( since February, a suspected rapist
money for the United Fund's S4 from his post' as Assistant Tuesday a two rear-old boy p.m at the Everglades hotel. from Coconut Grove, w.,:.asa
health and welfare ',"'M'. Labor Commissioner In CaHfor i was seriously Injured when be killed I. Dover DeL. last weeksby
Garth C. n..,..... area chair* I I i I I nice to which he was appointedby 1 walked Into the side of a pickup Halm who also serves aa his a 1 I year old boy with a abot!......
man for the North Dade area ea. Governor Kdmund G Pat) ,truck on the corner of NrW 4th country's representative at the gun, police learned fl*:
bracing Liberty City Drown. Drown In February 19S9 'I ave and 14th TerrI United Nations began his dlplo.- Kenneth panda 34. was Idea*
vllle. Ups Locka. North ),fta.11 1 I In the 19(2 campaign Mr.Hatcher I Claude Massey, SS the driver matte career aa Ghana's first ambassador tlfld through fingerprint aa the)
Israel He transferred
and North Miami Reach.' urged was West Coast representative of 2202 SW Ilth st. said he did to was dead man .IlL.
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,vrryone to meet aad greet the for M.,. William Dawson not see little Kenny A Griffin to Washington Sands was killed Saturday ube "
t.. solicitor! with a *.He and a (I). III.. vice chairman of of 411 NW 14th T.rr.'ortl his The II-year-old ambassador t ran after breaking Into tb.
donation the De*eeratt National Committee truck knocked the boy down was formerly associated with horn of a whit family Dover
This year's campaign ends on daring the. Stevenson iII i i I Annie pearl Griffin his mother the United Africa Co., a subddiary I Police Chief James B. Turned
fVc 1!. .... te.. or draw and pparkntan II eMpla In flit, he Mid she didn't miss him until of Lever Drothers. H. has said
it is Imperative that the UP goal { worked In the Werenson-*- neighbors shouted to her "KfOa.D been>> chairman of the Ghana InJustrlal In Dade Sands had been
of I1.22S.44I fee if tbagencies (saver ea.|iln ,&4al.., aa ,'. been Wt" Dreopm| Corpora I charged with the rape of a 40-
are to continue .*7.rtac ........, to Ne 0..... at the I Petite said the child steppedoff lion and was the first presidentof I year'old divorce In February
their 404 aaenetea t. ee cot of i,I Dusanfe-aHc Nt*..al GosH&itt i the south curb and walked the Illack Star Shipping Lin I and was wanted. for 1""UI.ttODtbfa
every three I.*.... C wty r...*,.d.nt :! .. "' .....**. MimUii. into the truck. Tb. awards dinner, according
Volunteer lee.", urgently to Mrs Louis Glaaser. chairman
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also will hear from Mcllrid author of "Southern Herl .
needed, tf adequate and com
Hl.l'M ('I.KAII\rK AID .
Dabbs, president of the Southern tal..d a former faculty member
plate cover*** .. to be attained.Kecvea .
Regional Council, Int. Dabba U at Coker College. 8. C
ttfd all North Dade I!
residents to tall.. OX 0421 and New Housing Code PassedA )'
volunteer I........ aervieea for this
Sunday. 11
municipal housing code passed I

r y on first reading by the Miami

I s.A. commissioners on WednesdayStrict

regulations for dwellings .

,, apartments and hotels are

established by the ordinances, .4 '

and It Is believed that It will open

the way for Miami's participation

In an Urban Renewal Program,

which! provides federal aid for .. ;j';. ts

slum clearance..

The cod la designed to prevent ,4 -
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further growth of alums and
force correction' of substandard
housing It outline In detail
minimum standards for garbage ,I
disposal lighting heating, floor
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spate cooking facilities. etc,
and establishes responsibility for '
both the tenant and the owner or c.

** >*29MH manager f

It outlaws privies.Eitensive .
Plaslst Na"a" Ii:=de-as 13 on r'7 a'ii two months ago and ..
a world circJcg mission In cut tiTisir.d Sweden Yugoslavia remodeling of ,re.- Singing a song of success for Tuberculosis Chriitraa
Idp.oma"J': as an Aarrlrmn t. &;**> and Lebaaoa. Still on her sent alum apartments could be Seal children '
Seals Dade County's 1960 Christmas poster -
Specialist for the t 8. State Dparcmcni *- '"n-rary are Iran, Singapore. required under the code, officials. are
She is the daughter of !done.u and Taiwan, said Holly High ((1. ) four and a half year-old red-haired
Abram Henderson of Miami whois MiM Hinderaa filmed tutee freckled-faced poster girl and her brother six-year-old
the minister of music for hair hour teUrvfston; recitals In the children of
aandy-halred Bobby High, Jr. They are
Bethel AME Church Sweden, the Ant half of September
her In musical aeadmlea from
In October she was la the and recorded two half.hour Slorenla to Macedonia la Belgrade Miami Mayor Robert King High and Mrs. High. Lookingon
Kingdom of Jordan She wrote radio concerts for the state network Ljubljana. Dana Lak*. IA-: is Mrs. L. E. Thomas of 1656 NW 5th place and a .
to the PhlUdf4a Indp* dea4 and later use on Bcandl- grab Zaaeca. Skopje and Sara- member of the Board of the Dade County Tuberculosis It'Auocl.Uon.
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that she had met with 1M Mayor'vMon and Earovtsloa; paid aa Jevo.
of Amman fancies.. Philadelphia) nt *sJ visit to th* Mayor of The youngster, dressed exactly like the
and had visited the world's most CHckho.m.; t..nr !d and performed I I Her reception was warm sad ones on the TB offlclal poster, are making a series of appearances i
air-red shrines la Bethlehem and at th* a.,*. Aeadrmy of cordial' friendly and enthusiastic in support of this year's Christmas Seal effort ,\ 4
Jerualen.America's. Mw4e.Concocts. i throughout the country, la spit
which opened this week and continues through December.
TJoftorarr lmbauardress were circa gad Mail- I of periodic aAU.Am.r1e&. demonst 1r
of Good Will left the coon ears on American Mask held by 1 I I rat tons. ChrUtmas Seal goal $170,000. A

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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA
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PACE 2 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1960

Looking the Sports LEAD SYRACUSEAGAINST


i MIAMIThe tor North Dade. pas play from Quarterback Everett .
the occasion was homecoming Monenr to end William
Stadium' I
World Ouer By LEO B. ARMBRISTER Orange of the Bowl one Attacks scored early In the i I Evans. The pat trarctled big battle year
which la now attracting national opening period on a 47-yard In the air. Another pass added
Wallace the point.
return by halfback
punt I
because of Syracuset'niversfty'e I
M\V: WIKSIDKYT AT HOME The National Basketball Association attention bowl status will Bennett A pass added the point Later la the tarn period
P.IYOniTKM1WTS which replace theStator night between North Dado scored In the final halfback David Coltbrook scored .
.1.wnll
IN bWlpet Friday
16-yard on a 30 yard punt rttura.
I/earu Baseball Learnes the big Orangemen of New Tort stanza In a spectacular

with a dally schedule of irameashould and Andy Gustafson's now roarIng .
The majority of florid n orUme be very Interesting to Hurricane

tr* *."d to tHe poll last follow; Just asf your favorite Syracuse, which la certain to
week and erfte Jofcn KennedyI baseball team Is followed thru gain a bowl bid If It knocks off

.. the eteenUve office of President the season your favorite player Miami, Is coming here one of the
of the nation. Ho'di your Interest; so It couldbe biggest football teams In the UNIFORMSSPECIAL

Daring the furor of campaign In basketball. United State and two full
lug few MT tHoucht to the fact Here are some facts about professional f.edred; All-Americans.It's .
that they were In tbe process ofrkctlna basketball, that might much the same team which
a IIfWtrt."n. who wl'l help to stimulate Interest In Its last year won the national DISCOUNTS TO
no dowbt substantiate Florida's actlrltles. The National Basketball championship and then capturedthe

_t4 n a. a national play Association Is mad up ot..o Cotton Bowl crown. Two of CHURCHES & GROUP ORDERSWe
divisions the Eastern and I
.rAtlnG. the four members of that team's
FK.rMa has always ben Indn Western with four I..mIn | great backfield are Ernie Davis

<4re tn spurts ,,.*'ltl., and hat each division. Teams comprising ,l i. great halfback certain to make
gad this same. .|>H1. over oar the Eastern division are Boston ]I' many of lie American picks carry the largest selection on long and ahort
n-atton's top Men. who is a well: Celtics. Syracuse Nationals this year and Art Baker fullback -
rrnimletl athlete and a rood Philadelphia Warriors. New YorkKnfr'tevboekers |', both Negroes.Miami sleeve uniform in Miami. Our representatives will
wort. There arM no Insinuations ; the Western dl Coach BIM Crutchfleld
In these facts about our presldentej vision teams are St. Louis Hawks.
who has been scouting the giant come to your church-No obligation
t that tit# will hat Mm IXMI! Anreles leakers. Detroit team this calls
year
Syracuse
to Acme the nation's No. tathl. Pistons and Cincinnati Royals.These Davis "the most explosive back
all fast pacing teams -'.-
are
.
'* bt It conrrnent that ; this "
I've year.
seen
he wilt tllk fu'l adrantare of and shou'd prove to be quite -He' great It will be hard to
tli*> .t..1 adrantar"* of Florida recreatloal to watch them battle
1 keep him off anybody' AI:
tn t"tt In .t ilte a bit of hit for the pro basketball champion American team." Crutchfleldaid.
Center
fa** Hfe n*et time vhlch la swlnv ship Robins Uniform

""""c. FVMnr I.. a<*o Included In frF.FIOR ROWJXOI.KAnrK
the t."*> nttlnc of hit farorltWNWt ., '
JOINS ART BIRDS WINHOMECOMING
*. and we are hoping that
whe' erer he t"pe his attention Ted Potter president of the I 5900 Sunset Drive
.
to a tftt'e ".hor"'n from tbeHrntHH EtcHslor fowling LH wa,, which
d tlU..* of the Whit hews* lt- Strike and Spare over ; 13-7 South Miami-MO 6-8501
't the Ml Alley was happy to
If****. II.wl+l flM ft.blna..
nnounce that the league ha 1 The North Dade Thunderbirds
favertfh'" :. a- ramnttrnlnr. wassmtonr. 1719 N.W. 10th AvenueOpp.
th,.> sfwtf'en of Florida 'een sanctioned br the greater edged the Attacks Earte of

wiry voted fnr h'", better than Miami Bowllnr Association; this tatnla 137 at the Dade Held. In Jackson Hoip.-FR 4-1108
3: to 1. ,Ii make all members of the learn. Opa Lock Saturday afternoon.
members of the American flow I
I1 .HI\n RKrnrrrq FROMvuimrs the Congress, and beneficiaries 2204 Collins Avenue

p.rrrs or Tin of the numerous prizes that are !'land Ferguson on aI' yard .
Miami Beach JE/ 8-7272
KMTR ,, awarded for skillful bowMng.CsH pass from quarterback Bernard -
price for bowling game I Smith and halfback Willie flirts I
r"I"" MfT>.M'1s. who would i of 29ft and np and many vain on a yard plnng
rather fish than .at-th. Mart ...,. rifts for making difficult
opT**M. of your Ramble s...mntf'"tW'11 I. "'sso: ro bowllnr. bare tan
MI a *hint' trip to Wsptar skill and win a prise.Remember :

P"rtI.ft *. which Is on the a lucky bowler get
n..t OMt of !.**.. Oke ehobee: strike. a rood bowler makes
a. hHn a""'" "f'f'Hllful out spare quick as a wink!
Inr S..-eV1ed i-"h were p'enMfnl. -
ht M* nHt- catch was a The :lea me standings took r
ITU ftfMMkd ratfl'.h. nolle a shnffllnr this week but .
Cherry Little Ht dad "DOe* Sir John and the Rattlers hung

Cherry and ben ''noi r took a on to their first and second positions I Qw0k1

Jaunt to the Kers last atarda,. respectlrely.The recovetjr
and wer very nl**.*"d with theirtssortment standlnrs now are:
p rfernfane'. a. of 1 Sir John
rrn'tn.rs aiw* *m,.--.n were the 2 nau'.rs ;;

,......... of their hIp' and a rood t Olympic j ELECTRIC WATER HEATER
lnrnHr. to head south araln4'wm 4 Robert' Drug

*" Cnnn r.. who tried anearby I O,ir Food Store .' .SUPER-FAST SUPER-SAFE
trail Te tti. e. was not toohippy t Ubertr DarT
with hl- -.trh a fewh. American Furniture. '

... tMit WM quirk to alibi that K Sheehan Bulck
m rb. t>.. we"'+.r conditions 9 Cecil Radio and TV .a
were not faroraVFMF 10 Hot I'hoplMIndh1daal rJ
3.rame high score
nIV ITT STRAIGHT was bowled by .. C. Mills CIS: a

.1\it'tr TITLE G James. COt : A. Mill.,. ICS.Hlrh .

FAMIT wen It17th straight score for single game. C.

.sttt.. and 7t" *h4-s .... on d.- Miller. 242: O. Jame 221; J.Terry .

f*atlne AHei |'n' rHtr of Cot 228 ,

..M.. S T C" In the wake
\VOMKVH i1n11'T.INnI.IAarE t
of H. lntemd string of *.
,-ffoff'rfe* was AC Itt:>. I KTARTtni
wHefc the won -*.ltlnr with The Women' fowling League
the .*.. of Atbema AAM ton I made a giant step towards nr-,

<">Hard Jft'H. T-.. natt'''" haven sanitation Wednesday night
"rir 4MitHern' ,' rersltf to bar They are berinnlng with a sit

th4r *>r...T*..lT. march to an- team league which will be captained
Mher tttwt.f..tf>d season: bo... by Mary Mayo M. Morgan, $

ever" the real feet will. be on the,4.M : Arlene Williams Gene Slater. \\J
McPhatl and GeraldlneErerett.
..f Dee. 10 when they will t Audrey
ladles are all enthusiastic
These
May a ret to be tnonnced team
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and hare
for He N. '"nal Vetro Champ bowler
IAttaM.. In the Orsnte Blossom hope for their league and welcome
Close.c.11N'RR. everyone to Join them. To +
them all go STRIKING congratulation

no',,. OlEIlCawbHdie. : )I'TSRts4v a.ROGER.

Carver HI ) IRIS AL.IVP .. .... 1
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palfheeh. ..t t. for a
pace
1fnn Ii ,, ,. Roger Maria of the New Tort -
*t 1 tory last FrtU" y.
Yankee chosen the Avertcan t
.. was
< a .in., M* nich RamagamhrMee -
Learue Most Valuable Player
+' seared three touchdown -
*. one n a 91.yard He edred out Mantle with a The modern
punt for modern
retwfn He hey .-lsts from full +2S to 222 rote; on the heel of way a day

K.ck n,.." ?"-, Msittte and Marls was Brook II". '. A
rf h. ouarterbackrm why: supar-apeed Quick Recovery cool
to the touch
aaf
RrthtniMta of the Oriole. Tfceeethree a* a light bulb. CoaaKtectnc -
rm-t and alfbark Enoch :: Vtater Heater win dabvsr
: a3 the hot
pIeub..w.
outfielder tare the judge.the automatic and dependable .
r-tr Thrc
ettm points werVtcked water you'll' evar need-a_ you Bead itfor
between precious of
brdoi".|, Paalt. touebest Job yet plea rrMtuktrt ..
Deed it.Tbia ramarkabl
three pnsslble. There was a you new beater tae.psnaiv.t Supplia hot water. for aa
NORTH mi>E WINS closer race between two; Joe is the answer for large fmuTJas who raquir ....,* family for about a Me pr hour .
nO'fJm'rtXli DiMarvio begins out Ted Williams a L4 uf LU waUr ia a berry with troubk.fraa. ao-coaktanaao .... for

In 1947 with a 202 to 201 Of coupe. than is a larf variety of... year* and years
North rMde Thu"derblyd. made count and models ol.w.ducl....baton to tt the
... Buy a fumslsas Elactrk Watar Haatar tee
their annn l h *conHnr ram
normal everyday tech of the
avenge family.
a .Uf'* +fHj on. ever the At. day from your appliance daalar. phunhar. orisctrkal
CARVER ROCKS
tucks Ravle* '*f THnla but ws THE emc SAFE*. CHEAPER. CICatnd<<.

forced to watt until the final PtAMELE&S WAVIflamsfra -------_______
M irter before n,-lr quarterback MAYS 39.12 ,
Everett Mnncur could unleash *.fjmas fraa Elactrk Watar listen 1 T".,. are geM roaaon* why I
a Cambridge led doat ...s flue naarhmBUoo lort4a .......
'$-yard M.. to end WlllUmEran Hstrhsck Rndy a or raata. Claaa and noMeUm. : I
.. the play jtolnc IS yards the Carver Hornets ta. 3912rictorr they can be placed anywhere ... inaa I have awttcv4 to NetS watarhaatlng. t
for the TD.Minutes over the May Rams Friday airtight dot or whan duldran: play. N. I Call )OUr nearest FPLoMco .
later Mlfback David right 1 at IV, r.ey Park Camfcrtrfre CICIIMtt.t.A .bum1q pilot lifht. no open dame., t SSd o.t the tacta.

ColebrAok scored on a 1* .rirdiMint cored three touchdownson '-------
return for the final! and a two 1 yard plunge and a 93 iI

1J-7 rictory- rand punt return.

Pt sa>i-nttEL NVEfR Alan scoring for Carver were I -/Ntt1a7d}p L h .
$Thlri.A T'EIl I%TE1tERTDaskrtbal" nr** Smith on a yard
!. a snort which heM .rt"ne- Err..' Hart on a 4 yard

the spectator a.t"ndanc rt-ind 'nd" rat and Enoch Duke on an FLORIDA POWIhR a LIGHT
I Fullback COMPANY
shows Its dewing power: mac 11 Ttrd end run ,
much .. It Is p'aredHB foot 1 Mo'nhus caulk booted three HII.I'INtI .UItD 1.01t1DA
r
ball I. at It. Blrhest point of tnertst P.TS --
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1960 Selected Member of Tea Successful many friends for their cooperation
I In making this affair a suecess. -
Howard's Omega's The tea given by the Ladles' Slay God bless you.
Altar SoHty of St. Francis
Sweethearts I Xavier Church was quite a sue
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.. eves. Mrs. M. Athalle Range, DOWN
: tii r- guest Breaker, was dynamic In $100
delivering her message Father[ Month
,CurtUs Washington. f;. \'. D. of $80
Main Office at 1740 N.W. 15th Ay..e-Ph. OX 1.04X1 Accra. Wet Africa then gave a Gould, PU
talk. The JITChoral
Branch at 1112 N.W, Third Ave, Miami, Florida-Phtnt FR I22U short direction of In.
Oroup. under CBS 3-bedroom, 1 bath,
ONE YEAR $4.50 SIX MONTHS 12.75 THREE MONTHS $1.71. ....lIa William, rendered selections
-- -- throughout the program. almost new. No qualify inf.
Garth C. Reeve, Managing Editor' and BuslnM' Manager Anthony Sweeting. a student More right in.
; delivered a skit which wag weal
toilerSrrrmtt. t1as Mutter. August D, 1P27. at the Pot Office rendered and held the audience' 15 year mortgage
.t MUml. Florid, under the art<< of March ft, 11176 fpellhnund. Misses Sernell and I
'I After that lire free
William' each gave a reading
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOK which wa of great Interest Calls

*'O give thanks unto the Lord for He is good for Hi Marine we regret could that not out b* with pastor ui Fr a* FR 45104ANNOUNCEMENT

mercy endureth forever."-Psalm 107:1. he was on his annual 10-da re j

Next Thursday will be Thanksgiving Day. In extend
ing Thanksgiving wishes to our readers and friends we 1ti'
Invite! their attention to the prayer written for the Thanksgiving -
Season by a well loved American no'ellf't.Ve are
.
reprinting it from Headers Digest.

WHAT TO BE THANKFUL FOR NOW FORMING THE
"Oh Lord. I thank you' for the privilege and gift of )11" Sandra E Johnson

living in. a world filled with beauty and excitement andvariety. L.daughter Johnson of of Mr 14400 and Canrrr Mrs Jesse Dr 42 PJiysfc/'ans AssfsfMf; C/tss/

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Richmond Heights, who was rrntlr .
I thank you for the gift of loving and being loved, tettd' as a member of A special program of Medical Training for all women
for the friendliness and understanding and beauty of the the Sweethearts' Court of theAlpha
Chapter of Ometa .'... Phi (age 17 to 45) with limited education who s e e k
animals on the farm and in the forest and marshes, for
Fraternltjr at Howard Univer
the of the trees, the more earning and increased prestige.
green sound of a waterfall the darting sity. Washlnxton. D. C.
beauty of the trout in the brook.I .
I A graduate of Carver High of
thank you for the delights of music and children, Coconut Grove, and. former Classes Starting Nov. 21
of other men's thoughts and conversation and their booksto I"Miss Carver High." Mia Johnson .

read by the fireside or in bed with the rain falling on Into was the. also Howard recently C ha per Initiated of the Day and Evening Classes

the roof or the snow blowing past outside the window. Air Fore nOTC AngH .,jjtl'lt.' A Small Weekly Payment
I thank you for the beauties of the four seasons, and sophomore majoring In Hiemls
try. she Is one of the moat OpU Air Conditioned Class Room
of the churches and the houses! built by fellow men that .
lar coeds In her class.
stand throughout, the centuries as monuments to man's Free Lifetime Placement Service-
aspirations and sense of beauty.
Youth Fall TeaThe To all araduateaNightingale
I thank you for the powers of mind which find in

the universe an endless and inexhaustible source of interest ITA of Debbie's Play land '
and fascination for the understanding of so many Kindergarten and Nursery school
elements which make life CollegeFR
precious. will present a Youth Pall Tea.
I thank you for all the senses you have bestowed Sunday: afternoon. Nor. 20. 4
upon me and for the delights which they bring me: I p.m. at James 1:. Seotl Com 3-1675
thank you for my body l itself, which is so wonderful and munlty Crater No. 2. 7200 N\V

delightful a mechanism.I 22nd are. Tim. I to 1 p.m.. 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami, Fla.

thank you for the smile on the face of a woman, for The principal speaker will be Nil
the touch of a friend's hand, for the laughter of a child, Miss Lessle Illeackshear
the wagging, tail of a dog and the touch of his cold nose
against my face.I _nn ,_r'_,,_, _n_ _"...... _" _,", 't. ..., ......."W'r.--;,. .7'<._,,_. _
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thank you for all of these things and many more, F
and above all I thank you for people with all their goodness .
and understanding, which so far outweigh their vices, LINCOLN ESTATESMIAMI'S
their envy, their deceits.

Thank you God for life itself without which the
universe would have no meaning.*' ONLY EXCLUSIVE HOMES FOR COLORED

VICE PRESIDENT GREETS PRESIDENT-ELECT WISHES ITS MANY PATRONS AND FRIENDS

President-elect John F. Kennedy who is resting in ." .."' ;9 A HAPPY

West Palm Beach after a hard won victory for the White .
House was in Miami on Monday lie came here on an un. A +
usual visit, that of having a conference with Vice President na
Nixon whom he defeated in the presidential race. v : llltn
Mr. Nixon, too. i i. resting after such a tough campaign yil\c9
lie is at Biscayne Key.

The meeting was most cordial and will be a matter
for hl to!')'. Hoth of these most prominent officials receive r

ed a hearty welcome. And urges them to
Senator Kennedy has already announced some ap
pointments. J. Edgar, Hoover, remains as Chief of the OWN YOUR HOME
Federal Bureau of Investigation, and Andrew T. Hatcherof '
San ""randCl"o will be associate press secretary for the
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"- ... A "!:.- -- president The ranks of the THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA '
,plasters and bachelors are constantly I I

-- TffFSranTTHAT being depleted. Miss :SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960 PAGE 5
Carmen Dean will.. be wed onThanksgiving I
morning. Leroy I I

D, Breese) Brown will take .
** unto himself a wife No,.. 17

M .- -- -- -. I Ir
THE GREEKS! All Phi BetaSlgmaa ,.
will be treking to New i

By RUTH M. POLITE York City on Dec., 27 for their' r
41th anniversary '' conclave.Theme .
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.. ... of .
the meeting Is "Hess-
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seating Our Role. of
ARENT WE ALL? The story or using certain conversational Leadership"
For
I Culture and Service.
Conclave '
It told of a man who complained ;al "'"IOD'. And like most hab headquarters will be.t
loud and long to our Lord its. If its formed when you're
the
park Sheraton Hotel' la
that the trot be was given to young. It's hard to break But Manhattan.
carry through life was too heavy. its a good habit and once you .
"Come with me." said our Lord hue formed It, you'll never Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority 1
and He took the man to the want to break' It. And It's real founded at Butler University on
hop where the crosses were fun. When you read, you live Nor 12. nu. celebrated Founders aw..3Cute
made. Here were piled crosses of with characters of the story. Day recently. The sorority
all description Lone one, Parts you like you can go back Is composed of some of the outstanding .
short ones, heavy and light, big over and read again and again. women In the country
and little. With an amused smile And you can read stories In It boasts of having' chapters In
our Lord said.MJust look around keeping with your Intelligenceand 42 Hate and 2 foreign coun.
and If you find one you like bet tastes. tries.. The new undergraduateunit
ter. take It alone." The man feet I recently formed In Liberia
his cross In a corner and rubbedhis Why not try to gethe read r frlca" was named the Gamma 2-bedroom home recently purchased hy Mr and

hands together In great sat Ing habit during this book week Alpha Chapter. Mr. lta.el R Mrs. Eddie U Powell located at 5916 X\V 23rd Are
celebration? Go
Isfactlon. "Now. said he to himself to your school Grant Is president of the local
Til get a cross that won't and local librarians and ask for chapter Transaction handled by Mrs. Shelly, a. ociate of Fair
be a burden to me." So he tried a list of books. Tell her what I I Realty Co., 6200 N\V 2nd Ave., PL 71615.
this one and that one but none kind of stories you like and let Zeta Phi Beta Sorority will
suited him. Some were too long her help you pick out a good slection *- I hod: Its Southeastern Regional .

and tripped him up others were Then read a little each I I|! Meeting In Tampa during the
too short and bumped his legs; night. Soon you'll get to look Thanksghlng holiday season.
some were too light and swayedIn forward to It and find yourself $100.00 CASH GIFTTO
the wind others were too reading more and more. OCR SYMPATHY to the family

heavy and galled his shoulder.He of the late Henry Braynon.
finally spied one retting In Save the 21 cents you would who was laid to rest during' the
the corner, set It upon his spend on the movies. some Saturday week.
shoulder and walked about the then save It three or THE FIRST TWO BUYERSOF

shop with It A smile of success four times more, and get yourself WHDDING Anniversary greet
spread Itself over his face and a good book to start YOl'R legs to Mr and )Ir.. Daniel E.
he turned to our Lord. "This I.It. is I.IDR.lt"II 00 nA Y .XRBOOKS. JoH *on. Nor. 1 e. The
Beiuf/fwl'
." he said "This Is Just the New Homes

one I've been looking for. 111
take It." 'I'm glad." replied our HGELUK* CLI'll Is staging Its HAPPY BIRTHDAY Greetingsare INRICHMOND
Lord "because that's the cross annual book review and Tea at mended to Hthel Blocker.
Herbert Sands. Nov 13 Matte. HEIGHTS
you brought In with you?" the home of member WllhHntenla ;
Davis. Marva Worthy Ine Da
Jennings
on Saturday ev MODELS
".1"&. Guest .....akf'r.1II be !''tis. Major Lewis Joseph D.
"HURRAY TOR BOOKS" the Mrs I.. L King librarian' at R.R. Murphy. II. Nov 1Mary I.t .
general theme for HOOK WEHK Mot' on Elementary Hchool She t Roster, Majorte. Davis Klmble. Corner Bogs Drive I Monroe St.

has brought to the forefront of will review Harry Golden's book I( Gwendolyn Milliard. Mary Wll'llnrham. -
community children who are For Two Cents .Plain "'Th.. & Gwendolyn CAr..,. Nov NEAR SCHOOL AND SHOPPING
.killed In language arts and II peblle Is 'Invited Mrs Jane :lift.I Annie! M Grant and Arthur1Coverton. ACROSS PARK
brary skills. Appearing In the Lewis I. Nov U, Willis Jack
Sunday edition of the Miami president I'I....... Marie (Price. WllhelmenlaSands. 3 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS

pews were letting book review r.S'lQI'E IN THE annals of Margaret Kverhart. Ethel WOOD FLOORS ENCLOSED
1 GARAGE
*. MBLVIN WILLIAM. age Miami night Hub entertainment ..10<<"11.,. Slob \dHd.. DeloreseHarte.
f. Naranja Elementary School. Nov 17; Nathaniel. Col HARMAR
IxiMeto'afsmmts
wl.l be found at Johnny INC.
reviewed I'eplto's Story VitA I I2IBR King 'O Hearts Club to ton. Lee R "'",,,. Verne Tlnk ,

I ROGERS. !. Carter .:1.. rated in the '0', on 7th ave The er. Lottie SeH>. MInlUe Green.Georie. OPEN SUNDAY 2 to 6 P.M.

a.ate*a.lUT..." nunch reviewed Park"A Gaggle MARVIN, of I IJlALL. : Phil great Harris latprearto and the and Tntouen producer Gertrude. Rofcertha Jo4t.iK.n.Sands.1........Adrla M Ora D. Taylor, Agent CE 5-4246

convincing D>> II a rrk&ft. Nov 1ft; George
11. was quite ab.." guarantee an evening of
In his review on The Edge of Tinker Ruby c. IIn...... Rose
fun. You'll see the "hully gully"
Th. F rest." Not to b.. out done, the 'latest dance rage done marie. S Anderson Dorothy i -
In for their share Bowman. Nov. 19; Irene G. I
the girls cam
all mal You'll
the revue. COMPLETE
by FOOD
,
STORE
of the spotlight ANTOINNKTTE8ILVA. : hoar Miami's tojnmtrfl singing. Pratt. Yertvay P Jones. Sandra !

i. reviewed "Open !House talent. This I. a mutt on your Brown. Nov JO A bouquet of A G 27th
Ave.
Per Butterflies." She U a pupilt weekend Hit.PERSON IlfoWM'U' to each of you delightful at 54th 5f-
Tucker Elena..atarLIOL..' piepie'T110t'G1iT. I
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ARKS, f, from Evans KlemenUry -- --- NEVER CLOSED
..
ALH Mrs Ov.*
reY'4Tit. Happiest
Dohtts was hostess to the Vein. FOR THE: WEEK: I
t>ay. a charming story about.'." a sell la Bridge Club Last Saturday "lIa..., Is he who has laid' up DRESSED AND DRAWN LB.
'
Title girl whose name was I
I evening Mrs TneUna Outler and la his youth and held fast la all
.,. JOYCE WARD II, fine Mts. Cartha Bawl garnered theprise fortune, a genuine and pu.lo..t. FRYERS
told of the ei 25cu.
Villa Elementary
I Mrs Maude Chandler Is .love for reading
citing eiperlenc of. native
president. of the club Very
Tlori4lan.. Jeff Mayberry. In her I .
I active .in the programs of t"lHHIrAS '
jrevlew 'Triangle X. j I .\) ASSOCIATION OK LOW COlT VITAMIN S. CHOICE LB.

f The Miami !'twws. pupils. l.SI\ HH.TY'OW.1.'t are Mrs e RUPTURE SUPPORTS
cbols and parents of the efclld I 1 Leila Williams. Miss Marie Hot FOOT APPLIANCES CHUCK
ROAST
erts and Mrs. Maui. Simmons 37c
yen are to b* congratulated' for f' MEDICATED COSMETICS ;
this project. Mrs Simmons will be the ."'... IMPORTED HERB TEASe 1 1I
speaker Saturday morning In the. CATALOGUE 2S.
ESI'DCIALLY TO Boys and Education Group Her topic will FRESH I,I
C.lrls. Get the reading habit How be "Guiding, and FheJtengfegThe SUPER POTENCY :M LB.

'much do you read 1 don't mean Superior Student" ZetaAmleae : TABLETS

Sissy papers and sports news. 1 welcomed new membersto 100 $4.95 GROUND BEEF 39cFOLGER'S
meal books good books. their group on Monday even '
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read for school work. or think .P 11.1..,. Little 0'.... Helen 3440 S.W. 104th Ct.
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Election Shows United States focus attention on positive .f.
LEAGUE PLAQUES fort to Insure fair and equal
I treatment of all citizen It coincide -

James MeBrlde Dabbs noted with the anniversary of

Ahead of southern educator and author Abraham Lincoln's famous
Followship Leadership will be guest speaker at a special Gettysburg Address of 18C3
awards dinner marking Mlamt'a which expressed hop that all
of national citizen be afforded "an unfetted
Kennedy's call to Georgia' might the time of the 'Summit" meet second observance
TO THE EDITOR: Opportunity Day Tuesday tart and fair chance In the race
election onNOT have an unsavory effect on the Ing of the Negro Newspaper EquaJ "
Senator Kennedy' of life
President of Senator'a campaign. But the Guld.! The President said then: Nor. 29. dr.at.r Miami Urban
8. as the new The
people of Georgia rose up and. inerect The Negro ought be a little The dinner, sponsored by the
1 aigiflcant 1 United Fund
tie United State, a very LucufII League a aceae"admlul.t. ,
', outcome In the thinking aaldWe are sick and more patient" This la Ironic Greater Miami Urban ... d by an Interracial
tired of our political leader Accuse the Negro of many thing slated for CU p.m. at the Everglades of and from
of nie American people.The board men women
results prove conclusively carrying ua up a blind all.'.** but not Impatience or disloyalty.If I Hotel. / all walk of life.

'iat the fol.owshlp of American This I* why America la a great we are to continue along the I Carl Bishopric League president The League engage In education
ma be Just a little ahead of country.In road to world leadership and Mid the affair will bhighlighted consultation' conference,
.i.. leadership. This 1* to the the Georgia matter Tie success let' have more Statesmen I by presentation of community organization and persuasion
.,trrnal credit of America, and President Nixon held his piece. and few less Politician plaque to seven outstandingcivic In order to Improve work
He lost Dut this has been leader
typical and government of all
ewes a solid hope for what our tug condition minority
of the Elsenhower's admin Edward T. Graham toward removal
hare worked
who I better
'uture could be. group and to prlmote understanding
Th. propagandists hare long Istratlon. This all brings to mind 301 NW 9th SU of barrier. and limitation among Dade'a racial
what happened In Washington at i I Miami Florida based on race In employment.education ,
ince had their axe sharpened'or I I group
any eventuality In the presidential housing, health, recreation The National Urban League,
election. If Vice Prod t etc I founded In 1910, Inaugurated
Jent Nixon had won, then It THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Dabb. U president of the Equal Opportunity Day In US!.
would be because the religion Southern Regional Council Inc.
hurdle was too great for Senator PAGE 6 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19, 1960 and an elder of the Presbyterian

Kennedy to overcome. But now Church In the United State InsuranceFor
Auto
that the Massachusetts' Senator I The author of "Southern Herltare" '
came In the victor; the result It.th ha contributed more than Everyone
v wl'l Jar a clear repudiation TB Seals 100 article. to leading publication No assigned risk necessary
of the Elsenhower' administration Mail 300,000 and I* a member of the $23 down. Financing available
faculty at Coker College In South I
With my expressing of this ,- Carolina. ALTMAN INSURANCE
Tii.w. I have successfully elbowed Postmen'a bags wll: bulge with cording to Miss Sara Macnamara. Equal Opportunity Day la ob i I 768 NW 3rd SU FR 1.2421
mr way Into th. propa aDllt'. the last of 300,000 envelopes of. executive director of the local
,Tuberculosis Christmas Seats for Til organization. ,
croup To be sure, there are i
manv facets of the presidential delivery:! to that many Dade Dr. Robert MeNaughton, chairman : PERMANENTLY FRpM FACE
outcome to consider, and each ': County home and businesses of the Til Association's HAIR REMOVED
Pad Its effects on the election this week. Medical Advisory Committee, reported : limbs and body that cause you concern and embarrassment.Fast .
nut there. are two significant 1 This 32nd annual local mailing that 372 new !*!1nr. which ought b* given aha ( of almost I tons of the tiny were reported In Dade County
-d !loot look. 'I traditional Christmas Seals Is I last year; 63 died In 1959 M 1 ELECTROLOGIST FR 3.2748 bjr appointmentDR.

J the largest In the history of the I
Tirtt. we round out that there II I Dade County Tuberculosis Association. African DR. LONG'S CLINIC BUILDING
'- not a. much religious bigotry AirportDesegregated
in our country as so many of us IMS S.W. First Street Miami. ,Ia.I .
Paul names Jr.. 19CO Christmas j
thoucM th..rwal.. God bless
Seal chaliman of the local ,
America<< We have .. Tubercu.osls: Association announced Johannesburg South Africa -
way In r Itine that though we '
a minimum goal of Jan Smuts Airport now under-

mat not approve of what the 1170.000 to meet the growing raiixi a S2SO.OOO free-lifting, -- ,........ ................... ......... ........._.......... ,.
other Mlrtw believes, because heto'I.vves '
needs of the local Association'sservice will be exempt from South Af I :
It. does not give us a program. The 19SI Seal rica's racial segregation law*.
..*nihl.Bce. of a reason to deny I
Campaign netted I1S7.4SO. Visiting Negroes' will be ableto TV Service CallsALL $150
ntm his rights This Is the way t use the airport's facilities.I .
D.'mnrracy works I During 1959. the Seal mobile
second. Senator KUDf'd,'* I'I' unit of the local TO Association
'and In the Martin Luther King (I took almost 57.000 free Til chest I MAKES ALL MODELS PLUS PARTSLARRY'S
matter may have had a direct ; X-ray Operating at a dally coat i
tearing on how the election of $79 St. the unit was open 213 I T.V.
... may also l conclude that therei locations covering areas from i WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
not a* much race hatred In Ojus to Florida City =eI
.rut country as the politicians ''The annual mailing of the -
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Governor Earnest VanDiver ol source of support of tbI al
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Orange Blossom Classic SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19. 1960 PAGE 7 "




Shaping Up as Top. Attraction) ,1



-
L .1 J t-'I L"L'" I December 10, will go down la ,
t r'r L"r I I I rr
history as the day when the
I!I greatest Florida AAM team of
IN-AROUND THE MUUU5By all time defended' Its 19S9 National

i Negro championship In ?
the llth annual Orange Blossom ? .
A. H. McKENZIf -_ Classic here In the Orange Bowl

'--" -------- -- to be named' later.Classic .
The blood'stained bod 7 of where the children v
and the tenant i
Ethel Wright in her 40's, was Mr and Mrs Leroy Key. fans will be treated to I Ia I pscNMA
found behind St. Barnabas were said to have played' with wide-open brand of football |
Church that has the 1910 I
f lot seen Rattlers
Oct.
on matches. Nurse
Rut;>r was out
11. Mrs. Wright, a widow, operated at the time and lost everything.The crush opponent after opponent I : -
with fantastically :lopsided .
a grocery store In the house scores
Southern District Foul play la was Insured. like 97' 0 against Bethune-Cook- '

suspected and the police are In Supreme- duty I man College. The free wheeling '
vestigating. A Court convicted blood sweat, tears and scraps
Isaac Johnson and Bursel, units, have .o far lived up to the < tt
Lest than 41 hours later the Albury on Nov. 2, for the murder 1 predictions of Miami Herald correspondent
body of 25..ar.old Roselyn Me- of Ernest Johnson at the mil McGrotha who
.
Queen was found on Horse'shore .. Eleuthera. on July 17' stated In a preseason by-lined'
Drive near the Cat and Piddle John will be hanged' but Albury I story. "Florida AAM can only I
night club It Is reported that acord will be "detained' at the QUf'4"D'// improve this season by surpass = Bti
was d around_ her neck. She pleasure." sing perfection and It T r y ,
wal a nacre of Lo. Mann. An. well may!" |
dies, but lived In Rupert Dean After the conviction Attorney I
Lane South Her survivors... A. D. Hanna. counsel for Albury 1 Two spectacular shows will sc ':
her husband. Alton and a sir noted that under Ilahami law I company the footba': action when I
year-old daughter The police are "If In the opinion of the courta I the Internationally famous cake
making Investigation. person convicted' of a capita I wa'YIng flttrrburitlng. machine. ijIn
crime Is under 1he cannot he' un'par*. banr d. Instead he would be detained utei AAM band bounces through
A cash reward of more than at Her Majesty's pleasure a pregame and halftime show
$3.009 has been offered for In .** Alba,,', neck was saved under the baton of Dr William;
formation leading to the arrest because he was one day too r Footer Thedancing! ** band I
and voncltion of the person or young to dl. forms complicated ptttems while
persons responsible for the mur ptaytne everything from Duke .
den of the two wome. KHIngton to Johann Htranss I
Mrs. Doris Johnson and Mrs Classic officials predict an
Mother Dlrdle A. Tyler who Eugenia Lockhart. leader and bigger crowd than the "even.000 I
came to Nassau 40 years I secretary of the Women's Suf fans who saw the Rattlers defeat Fine Whiskey. .
celebrated" her 7Sth birthday ago on frare Movement In the Bahamas .!' .'r.lrl.1.... of Te,.n II.7 In
Oft IS. A trained nurse, she are ln London conferring with'members I last year's contestTIckHs
served on the staff of the Ilaha of the International FLEISCHMANN'Sis
A I la nee of Women before they for the flattie are now
nas General
Hospital 20 years. sale] al' North
.
Travel llureau.
meet
with the Secretary of Or
During the past 20 years she has State Ot NW Ird
done for the Colonies on the matterof au ; Community I BIG
Goodwill missionary Center work at her i the ballot for women IB the Drug Store C740 NW nib are.; the buy!
which Mary
she KlliaUth' 11ot.1.
CU
Bahama
opened la her little house near II M Taylor chairman 2nd UP and Grand Drugs 1(40 t\.j, -once. P"AII..... I
of the PLP
Is
Hospital expected to
Lane. She continues her Join themNHS Grand( are Tickets aLto may bM .>
leaching and Is %I.,.I..1 .
quite active II h" .rUII.1f'. itI'atrldie I
Eight-year'old Katherine Durn Ta'lahassee I Pis :AAM" University: 90 PROOF is why I

side, daughter of Dr. and Mrs SCIENCE
Jackson L. Durnside, died at -

York Medical Oct.Centre 34. Her Hospital parents In were New TEACHER AT JOIN THE NAACP! ; ICNOtO fMf riEISCMMANN: WMIfKfV DI1TIIUNO. 90 PROOF ass GRAIN NEUtRAl SPIRIfS
CORPORATION,
with her when she passed. The NtW: YORK OltV
body was brought to Nassau for TUSKEGEETt"SKF..oRF. --- -


funeral.Thomas Jolly II of Coconut I Soq'fITI". A.. I For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates Call f 1
Grove was knocked down and Georre Miller. science teacherat -
killed la an auto accident on Northwestern Senior High
Market 8t.t"f'4uada, night school Is one of 49 students enrolled .
Oct. 3Prince Albert Smith at Tuskegee Institute In
was the driver of the car. Jolly the academic year Institute for BONDED
is year.the eighth traffle fatality this science teachers I

Upon successful completionof : r yP

Charles Donaldson eon of Rev. the course this school year I
and Mrs. T. E. W. Donaldson Mr Miller will receive the master .
has opened what is said to be of education' degree la science COLLECTION
the first adjusting agency to service education from Tuskegee
Insurance companies In the
Bahamas Ills office Is located la! Tb. program sponsored by the
National
the Preimark and Hoffer Build Science Pouadstloa. Is ,
Ing oa Day St. He geared to Improve the comps ,
has had two
tines of high AGENCY
years pre-law study at the City teachers and school science : Inc.
strengthen
their
College of New York Is a graduate capacities I
of the Pennsylvania Insti to motivate studaU ,
toward
tute of Criminology, and has bad careers In science.

vast eiperienee In his field la On. of 11 schools la the nine The
largest collection
New Jersey and Philadelphia. month) AYI program Tuakeg and rental

received- from the N.8P I1CO.OOO S
Kenneth Butler about 10, was la support of its Uco.n pro agency in the South; operating in .'
stabbed fatally la the stomach gram and two additional grants
OB the night of Oct. II. The police totaling 971.000 for Insti Dade and Broward Counties'L. I
have not revealed the name tutee la chemistry and radiation
of the man who is b,,4ng held. Inconnectlo. biology last summer
with the killing L. SHOOK. President Negro Housing areas '


The following nurses gradusted BEST DEAL IN TOWN I II' MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE ''I'
I at the Princess Margaret THAN
Hospital on Oct. II: Paula AM j ..clre.... Apsrtmeftt 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
chit Ena Henrietta Bridgewater. I Entrances

Shirley Lenoar DEunice Vewr Own G.re*... BROWARD COUNTIES
WadeU Davis Margaret Holmes, I
I Beverly Kaowles, Olga Louise i84moa N. Crewtflftf JI
and Shirley Alleea'I New Paint JenInsltfe
Thorn?*** The certificates and and Outside : I IlL
prl... were presented by' Lady .
Stapledoa. Oppeslts Hew Christian Hessifui'

1100 N.W. 47tht.. NE 4-434 i E'F1C ''NC.
The two story 10'room home

of Nurse Halson Butler was destroyed c..... ewt ad leek--.et free gift' I. _1 e I
by fire OB Oct 10 The I .
I fire started on the second floor J
12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

e 2040 N.W. 75th ST _._.._.._.. PL ....n q
I CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF II 1011 N.W.eh IT.
e SI01 GRAND AV(. HI 1,"It
It. Lavderdal. ____. JA 4.""
BEAUTY CULTURE
e 4240 N.W. 27Ui AV(. NI ......$ lit HAMMONOVILLf RD.

t! MOST MOD IAN IN THE SOUTH* 1I7S N.W. tm St. OX 1.44* PetMe. ,,,.,,.,....,...,..._ WC .."..
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\ Fascinating Work Unlimited Opportunid.sOnly e 17111 HOMESTEAD AVE. 1440 N.W. 22s>tf AVf.

0,. Leeka
Haltn W.elr Training Center la Th South CI .UU MU 1.Olti..Pa.

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MAIN OFFICE

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I I Remember You I

PACE 8 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19, I960 I lly |tOLM\OTOX TAYU1R Broward

Read carefully, my dear as I County

DILLARD GRID BOOKER T. eipress
I My thought and feeling for Newsy
TRAMPLESTUSKEGEE you
STAR DIES And may we become a little I (
61-0 closer.ny td

SUDDENLYSnf'l1tHD'JuroJ.4 the time that you are 4 Wstter ....
Th. HTW Tornadoes smashedthe through. _,_
Inept Dab, Tigers of Tuskegee '
Anderson Institute. Ala., by a store The day Is new at the break of
It..,. senior football player at the Ml The West
of (1-0 Thursday night at dawn. West Holly: -a -
Dtllard High School. Fort Laud I all the same Hallandale J
ami Stadium.It Hut the nights are beauticians wi
erdale.' died last Thursday at was homecoming for RTW I For It was night when I first seat a Fait Fashlonette T .,> t
Provident
Hospital.Dr. and brought them their second met you. the Armory Auditorium i m H ,
Joseph )Moorehead examining win In eight game And learned to call your name ,lywood. corner of Dlile Hu- ,
physician disclosed that Halfback Jeffrey Holt scored and Johnson St. Anyon '. .\
pneumonia was the cause of three touchdowns for Booker T. smile wore
Such a beautiful you rated In modelling for r':,. a'
death. Halfback James Multlmore con that night fair call Mrs. Eleanor iVI" i-..*.
A 220 pound tackle. Kemp became trlbuted two and halfbacks Wil It extended from ear to ear jiCongratulatlona 39280 or YU 95844 y-.
111 In school on Wednesday lie Campbell, Ernest Hepburnand And no mutter how many times I Fannie Williams WA 2"1 u
Nathaniel Raye, one each. looked
morning with a high tent
and was tent home.A End Mack Lamb also tallied one. The smile was always there Star Light Lodge \0 : u
sore throat was the only meets Friday night, Nov I'. ,
Your bright eyes shined lke theerenlng the Masonic ,
pain he had. he said. He Wit I Temple on p. ,
taken to the hospital Thursday 8 MIAMI TIMES ADSDONT star. broke Road. All member-
a.m II* died at 10 p.m. Intact they were just as brightIt asked to be present.
Kemp was the ton of Mr and COST. THEY PAY I matters not to me. If the moon

Mr Joseph Kemp. 441 NW Cth CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY doesn't shine Children In the grades '" "
AJ long as you're In sightIt
ar* Pt Lauderdale. f my it Lanier Elementary' School s
matters not to me. If the moond04'ln't
2. Hallandale. ended thrir
shine. In letter writing by taking .
Mrs Marie a r
As long at you're In my sight to ;
with their
Farrtncton who t.as: trrn b..r86tb teacher Miss i u
It I could only I make you mine. birthday Mm "Karri ton Porter to the Hallandale f'IU
$850.00 and .- Kill and Office. The class was ak-1,
How happy I would be. her two daught rs.
Cash Its hard to give lore to one Violet live at their bocce SSINV a the tour through the building ty
whose lore. 20th et. Mrs FarrinKlo Is po tmaster.
Do.. 't belong to .. grateful for the many felleiU
N.P. ; me.There's
For your lot in Englerston Nassau, lions she received. The CWII Eire Dt"ftt. will| 01, .'
This has been In the Nor 19 at 9 p.m. Members areasked
family
Write tot not an angel here, on to be present and on i.Howe's .
earth. dressmaking business for many
Or IB the Heavens above many years and hi well known.
UNITY LIFE INSURANCE CO. Ltd. .
Harber Shop clour
againstyou throughout Dade Cow tT.
Who can take or turn me .
The Harringtons are membersof day Sunday In Went Ilol.ywi'.tOpens
Box 698 Nassau, Bahamas Oh darling oh. my 10".. the W.} .Peter's AmerieanCatholic all day Monday at Row .
Mmi *rnltlc tuber Shop. UU
And I lore to hear you speak Church where Mrs. Far
my lore.It's rlftRton l. tl.l or*...... after 36 .Pembroke Road.
like sweet music to me, years of service.The .
*"r "f!-" "y yy Xf>:syt sy you know. Farrlnvton came> to Ml Fine ArtsConservatory
--f1--- (:X"- L.
1/iAWsfr M N :-:..gt N su.M sfr.x N_.y.. MSCMSgBy ..:__ The Heavens know what you ami 41 years atto reeently they
,
A mean to me. made their Ant vtett to NaauMnee

Popular Demand X A Goddess, who mutt never go. I leaving with that the ri'reception,. They werethrilled ffiv I The first Fine Arts Conr-i .

Let's hope well meet again, dear en them by their. hoot, Mrs. l.H I tory Monday.IT.meeting Nor. 21 at will 7.30 be i'\ : i
heart. He *f"tf'MftR. Cyril Stevensonand at the. Carver YMCA Cu, .'
KING 1 And may you take my heart other relative and friends speaker will he Mrs. Clora vPersll.
And keep It as you would your during more then three weeks principal of Oreha -1 i
own "I"'t. Villa School There will tproram ><
I For its easy to fall apart. and refreshments w
Expression of ThanksThe He served All parents and
THE TAILOR I I ITit Is your child a lovely dancer Liberty Professional tererted friends are Invited

? Let her join the Fine lieantlctans t'nlt SS wishes. to --- -----
Arts Conservatory Two for\Y I thank all of those who partlei'
For a King- paled at their tea on Sunday Don't Fret -. Fight!
the price of one dance les NOT 13 i

I II son. Registration Saturdays Mrs Louise Rllcy Prea
919 N.W. 2nd Ave. 10 a.m. Carver YMCA. Mr. KHcn: Pays, reporter JOIN THE NAACP!


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Florida room, garage, tile
roof oak floors
furnished
separate dining WED. NOV. 23
room, beau.
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King The Tailor will bring you 5.minute reports landscaped lot with patio, I
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I immediately following each quarter of this Importantgame room. New refrigerator I Amusement, conch fritters

direct from Baton Rouge, La. Came time (U 3 stove, washing machine. ,
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p.m. Miami time. The first report will be heard :::::.=
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Adults Until 11:00
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. THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI
FLORIDA I Blossom Classic, will be the time
for our "Unofficial Mayor" poll. -- -. ---- .
-
I Charles Hadley will be running
;?o?" / 'V OWViVW for a third term and those per
sons who would like.
to notni t
Around nate others will send In the !
Miami names on a postcard to me In .. rBITY
care of th Mleaml Times C740
care the The Miami Times 740 .Awt.1w t/lsgt
By DAVE BONDU must b. In by Dec. 4. We will

*Ocu "Qa"=' fc- -*-6- -..---- ----_-_..._.,_......_.. i week keep and tally this In win the{ keep paper you each In OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

AH 1 11.\\'.: alMals .salt i I formed on who Is running against
"when a man don't know he I II I whom, Since we have so many
Just don't I c-IYIt'-mlndf"d persons who are
know.
I
STARTS
am referring deeolr FRIDAY
ronrvrnMi about tine. onm.munlty ,
to the -- -- --
happening with the --- I am sure that this will
Knight Heat Supper Jockey Juk. Rocky be the hottest race yet
or
Club and anybody Already 't
Tilf'1e Ift'Mr
with YlyV.
radio
know how some names have
lt been
now defunct to pet the suggested
radio
broadcast. format. .ND "DU HTLIKIIS6V6N
1 am sure like A. D. Moore Joe
The that Mr Kershaw.
show wan called. "Moon Kaufman. Mr Rabin and t h e Shaddle Ward Margaret Brown HUNDlNrDIYuL
Over Miami" with a real nice others radio concerned will!| rt this Atty Arlington.. Sammy )lontor.I .
guy .t the helm. Along show on the read and It > Rev Graham Father Gibson
11-I1I..1 hall
to be Ed
Cook.
a hit If These
they name
will were
Clinton
Moon (the real nice I someone with get suggested but
guy radio I cannot be placed
esprrlenee ,
-.. BtiBrp., QUICK thinking' and background In the popular ballot unless we !'I'1 ERYNNERWitLICH
young/ lady .Ml!*. Beatrice Molon -- hsre poet cards for them This I I
from Alabamy who turn out to ".. III our only method of proving' :! ;
\'T
be a crack radio saw person. sl'. ".,, MfillT I who won the poll. 110 please get '
She took a trip to Nassau and stopped In to see the much talked lour talked guy like Freddie Mut about PHI: Harris and hit all (j I two weeks and. do not forget to STRVB'
nlntt. nun Sands, Alan Miller male how at the King of Hearts slrn them with your name and
TIHotw...
Ullfred Do.. open address. Send (
and a few other Forman wMi| Eloise them to Dave Bon
merchants Into who sounds a lot dues Mayor Poll I
like rare Miami
their swinging radio advertising show on .:lIaa .t h I..Atlrftt with lire music yet. and then Job on "..uDn' Valentineand i ami. Fla. I --
Introduces
Arnold Kaufman Phil. They come
manager of WMI1M did general every ?like WILh Show"There's'o Ilurtnens" Business I .... t PLUS -
thing possible to help make theshow MNtr and Sam I
kick off right Sir John and belt and out Dave with Prather step up Try us WICKED RHYTHM with a BB BEAT!

Hotel' owner. Sam Rabin and "( ." .\ few Ray Charles'raia I We Har It
Dare moments la
Problnsky general manager ter a fellow ,
put forth their entire ef. .Ina. a rocking with a deep voice PHIL AND WINE'S ,
forts to make tune that I
the show click. n.tikln't"
The Retting was beautiful andthere It was nlee.understand followed even though 1 1' FOOD STORE ,
were beautiful waitresses. low by a fe| ,
who ,
swings Phoa.
I the house OX
with 1-9616
a real
rosy hostess lire band "l...t .
Oo
good food and strong drink made with the Let's flo" moves 'In [ 6968 N.W. 17th Are. ,
twist and ,
the
to perfection bully >
Now
,
the question
gully while the t I
'
east
comet on
I* being
a.lI..d.HUOW come the and leases the house still rock I NORTHSIDE FOOD STORE
how went Kerplunk'" I
Inr Phil l.kH nrmr and Intrn 1486 '
Well, left take It from the 1 dueIn comedy sketch style. 'I N.W. 71ai. St.-
beginning- First to do an all nlte Klolw Forman and a little fel I
how there must be eiperiencedpersonnel low they call Presley W C na I
Nest there must be a ker's band Is In the background 11
format with a live band there and Phil calls for a -Jungle
mutt be timing for music, com FantasyPrincess Carletta fol -
mercUls. Interviews and all of lows with a good number of acts
this must be spaced to make the not mentioned. This will give RITZ
program balance. A careful .* yon a list of what the show Is I
lection of good Jill records to really like, and there Is much THEATRE .In l m.MIf mIlS 4UR
keep the Jail fingers popping more. You will have to see this Now m
There Is so much to be don that show for It Is a very good one Showing"Butterfield Oralsb.(',,, c ) t ,HJ i-H_, is f';-'f" .HMitc-b...> ,lam/
should be done by .1 rttDtM Ton will enjoy It. Including the 8" HfArt tlili flUUUi I ptMl.U'III" IUWI
ventriloquist
radio ,
personnel. AI Banks..IXXKTTK .
with KlIsAhHh
Well my good friend Flip Taylor
Wilson cut In on the show and (I Ain":/ Mr 1'I.CH
people aroud town began to callIt Neal and Mother Edwards woud: 'Sex Kittens to STARTS WEDNESDAY
the "Flip Wilson Fhow"then I like to thank all of their' friends go
Clinton Moon was seemingly for gifts, monies and kindnesses Collefe"Mllh
I out. for It was Flip and flea extended them through their loss %|.iiile. Van lh.rrn I
Moton A few days passed thenno In the Are They are sending out III
Pllp.and. behind that action 1 thank you note. but want all HERvonBliAUN
flea has tut out with the bread of you to know how grateful) .
tthis Is what I was told I ihrv are I y IS
THE MAN WHO
do not xnowi. but aU..r mum I..rt --- .tilt IvNUIThK1CAPITOL/ ,.
the Moon ()Y..rf.aml. Show was I HOC. UKK: to M > thank
dropped back In Clinton Moon's to everyone on behalf orf..,..... I IS MAKING IT ff
lat. -aU atone The show lasted for your ."tw.1Iard.<< .. phone
wo days and then nothing C.lnton; Moon I Is a fine public She had an emergency opera lAT. MIONITC V 4
relations man; Hip Is one of the lion Saturday at Mt Sinai Ho I. suN. MON.. TUIt.
best comedians In this area; Bea Hial and Is now horn doingwHI CHUMS> *nouns rs
Moton may be a smooth radio Shr has be .III. about five 'Hell to Eternity'with
sale person, the band may have month but kept going until a Jm1&I.& s i
.
sounded halfway good, the vo couple of weeks ago As I hare Jeffrey Hunter ... flA
callst was real good, but all la often said "get. sick and And CHIt Plus .ro..r.:
all somebody should bare who sour friends are WHI we 4
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I &]AfiJM

Murphy; : ; 6 W *sm

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519 PEMBROKE ROAD CLUB had put her lixiDE in the iomWtP

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VANILLA WILLIAMS WILLIE LEE MACK I LT: it L1ni j&

Body Beautful Held over by popular demand

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JACKIE CORBITTThe .ONEMAScoPECOLOR
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Admission SO Freah Cental-Include from THE JOLLY the first ROGER drink on the house t VINCENT PRICE MARK_x oc ''' ruff'i&n[ mn(

Tables Reservations.-WA 2.9398 Jackie Corbitt, manager I f

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nE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA

BARRETT'S SHOE KLINIC ,. .
T (6'y ;; ..

EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING s
JUST BROWS/

117% SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE ,

Henry C. Davis! Owner By PAUL R. HENRY ------
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.c.
Cartwright Sweating, Shoe Cleaner
I Integration In Loul.laaabf..- day charged 34 more persons
-- p 4t can on Monday when four girls and two additional firms with
were admitted to two whit conspiracy to keep Negroes from
whools! Local offlclalt and most voting In Haywood County Ten.
of the general public are against

DR. YALES S. LUNIN CLINIC t Federal Integration Court, but was the order carried of out.the Egelloc to Have

On Tuesday crowds, most of
Hours 10 a.m. 1 p.m. them teenagers started a small Harvest Barn Dance

Evenings 5 p.m. 8 p.m. -Closed Tuesday riot but the police soon got them
under control and arrested a Egelloc Social and Civic Club
Take bus No. 14 deputy sheriff and 1C others Is going to hare their annual
Harrest
Moon Darn Dance, on
2237 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1-1801 WE MAKE YOUR Jack Gordon who contended to Wednesday. Nor. 23, 10 p.m.
PICTURE the bitter end against Arthur III. at the Harlem Square Club.
Atkinson for membership on the Billy nolle and his swinging
While you wait Dade School Hoard was the winner band will furnish the music.
Only $1.00 much to the delight of his There will be a door prise too
FRanklin many supporters I for the lucky person. Secure
4-3269
i DAVID JEWELERS -- ;, tickets now from any member
DR. JAMES R. LINDSEY I 1188 N.W. 3rd Avenue I The buses arc running again I of the group. Table reset-rations.
to the delight of the downstairs
public especially OX 1-OSCI.
upstairs
PODIATRIST : Phone FR 4-1522 the working class whosutr..rf'd I PL S701C.Nov. .

Foot and Leg Disorders .: HI..n dally M.to a.hI. A:3O ...m. 'I plus Increased so much cost tnconrenlence of transportation

Sunday* 1 to ft h.m.fUWLVW. Maybe It will be a good i 21 Deadline for
t a.m. to 2 p.m. 4 p.m. U S p.m.
thing for Metro to operate the
i I
712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, Fla. i bus**. At least the government Classic FloatsThe
I should be able to better control
T TI strikes.
annual Orange Blossom
I I I I I Cla!tic Parade will be held
I The Senior Cltlsens will bold on
Saturday aftcrn on. Dec. 10 at
Phone OXford 1.0144 Hun 1 U 1-4 .. 7 Liberty Thanntglrlnr Square dinner Auditorium at the, 'i'ith..lr 120. This year's parade prom
304 NW 14th iHs to be the greatest In the hlI-
are. on Sunday
of
tory the eventAll
DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS Nor 20 at 2 p.m. organizations, businesses,

Miami will begin the first use schools and other group that
orrourntitTANNOUNCES of Its modern, limited access would like f* enter floats ir oth
North-South Expressway Dec. t er units in the parade, must ob
THE OPENING OP Hit OFFICE taro permission from
when a portion between NW 31th I and con
and 7tth sts. Is dedicated. firm the same with Chief Parade
EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES Marsnall, Elliott J Pfeze.' at the
I Infectious syphlllls ha Increased downtown office of the Miami
I II 100 percent In Dade over Times, 1112 NW 3rd ave,
6823 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Florida STOPTNMNGHAIR m, health authorities said !:. FR 3-2234 by or bet re Monday.
,I I Ii I i Tuesday ,!I Nov. 21. Any float or other unit
. I that's not confirmed' by Nov 21
I Dr. LeeW Elgin said a 100 percent will not be permitted to enter
jump had been extrleneed I the parade

RUPTURE PILES PROSTATE ITCHING SCALP but for each doctors of the could past not three explain years, All floats must be attractive,

Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins why It Is a nationwide tnDd.j' presentable. a (worthwhile, addlti -
a> ti to the
-_ t parade and a credit'
Eflecti'. s.''''.'a, nen-svrgfeal cfflco trtatmonta Uw cootimt -- I DANDRUFF Although no plans for the f..j to the .organization which |It reprrsenU .

n 0 or 'Income. Avoid' surgery and ....,ltallut..". Why ture has been revealed as yet ;I In other
words, all
despite hope that the floats must
slate will
wear truss? sufftr. IN JUST 7 be the
Why delay and let wor 7fj DAYS take over Its operation of the types that add to the
CONSULTATION FREE r push; half million dollar beach j beauty of the parade and must
4pecial WITH be0! ( such
that the
$ medication, treatments diets for arthritic. .. neuritis. vl. resort for Negroes at Jekyll la- which they organization
land I represent
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I TelfairWhite Scouting NewsA THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA

scouting good time was bad SATURDAY NOVEMBER 19 1960 PAGE 9
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NuptialThe by all adults attending th *
Show and Do at Camp Rocky
former Mrs. Bertha A. Pine Nor. 5-.C. The show and do
White of 114 NW 11th St.. apt. was a program for adults to try
became. the bride of George' their hands on scouting skills. 1
T !Hair of 10420 SW 171st' St.. This In turn will help unit leaden
Terrine, In. quiet marriage to carry out a live program
ceremony performed In the court tor boys.
house on Monday. NOT. 7. Mr. The following men successfully
and Mrs Telfair will reside at completed: the program:
their home In Perrine.Personal Leroy A. Smith, general chair
man and scoutmaster; Edward
Smith. Institutional representat .
I re bf Troop 77. St. Ames
T Mention Episcopal Church; David Wilson.
M Institutional ret>re.entatlve of
...... Troop 99; Samuel Grant scoutmaster
Mra Olilla Raysor. 7701 NW of Troop 99, sponsored i
J4th court wife of Charlie by Ilethune Elementary School
Raysor left the city last Sunday PTA; James Wilson advisor
1 for San rranciaco( where she post 74. flylrenter JlarrlD TV NOT WORKING It jo HELP WANTED
will attend the funeral of her scoutmaster sponsored by on'l live In Liberty City or Browns EXPERIENCED Operator. Vogue
brother. II W. Hunt, who died High ITA; Herbert ville area, we will repair on Beauty J1/ t. 929 NW 3rd An.
I scoutmaster 71 credit weekly' free itl-
there recently. Accompanying Troop sponsoredby 1 Pay Phone FR .
Mrs, Rayaor were a sister. M.... I Yank C Martin. Elementary mates. AU work fuaranteed. Call 19)10.FdR
Ann Knight and son. Lewis Jr. I PTA; Robert D..kin.. scoutmaster I "))X I-M37.
The Mlamlana will spend two I' Troop 21:. sponsored by RENT
weeks on the coast before return. I I HL Paul AME Church. CoconutGroTe. : Nursery Child Care FURNISHED I or unfurnished 1-
("::a.l J Hi;::ra wrli known club Ing home. : bedroom apt Inane tiring room.
and fiat-mat man who was recently I Junior Leader Training Conference I WILSON'S Nursery<< Klnderfar- dinette All modern. Nice, large
appointed District Deputy Teddy : for all Roy Scout Trnor'O..D -, ten Hot lunch. Children from 6. yard. Adults or with a baby. 729
of Southeast Florida of the Mr. and Mrs. North of' liar mils will: be held 10 months to 5 years. $4.50 per NW 11th Terr. MU. 0125.
Improved ItenrTolent And Protective Nassau, spent a week In MiamI. a.m. to 4 p.m. Friday. NOT. 2S week. Call NE 4-3759. 2272 NW I
I Order of Elks of the while Mr. North was baring a I.t Camp Rocky Pine. 8th St. Nil FURNISHED ROOM In nice.comfortahfe .
Wrd.: by the state President W. slight eye operation tinder the home. Careful people
O Perry Sr. HlRKs sueeeeds the rare of Dr. John O. Drown. The preferred. NE 4.9141.ROOM. .
ate. Hooker T. Dunn who died Norths returned home last week. I I For relief of arthritic and rheu I FOR SALE

Sept 10.Iligga matte pains go to Dr. Vales S. FOR THAT DREAM HOME or F'rltNisHFiD 2U1 NW
has been affiliated with )1 ra. Adele Cooper and Mee.Jane I Lunln Clink 2237 NW (2nd at.I I that Florida room extra bed 11th It.
tb. Hilts In the Miami area sine Parker of Nassau spent a I Phen OX 1.1101.GENERAL room or bath. lUtnodeHflK of -
their early days. He. was first a short time In Miami shopping. anykted' can Hrime. NE 4-6728 I HRDHOOM I101WK In Liberty
member of Atlas Lodge 20S. I' While here they were guests of CONTRACTOR for all your bwlfcttn needs' all nit,. Fwrofehed. NE 5-1950.
and shortly after the. organization Mr. and Mrs. Chris Warebam. Alterations, additions and repairs. aktttiofM T mnrnMlng can be -- --
of Greater Miami Lodge, he Commercial and residential done with no money down up to 2 HKDROOM AIT Electric .tote.
became on. of its active membersand NAACP TO MEET contracting phone Ben Love S scars t.) pay UeetwwJ and In- httt water nice surroundings
served as Its secretary for TU 8-5667. D3 cured tndlHKDHOOM :Geis NW Iht !m NE 4. 179.HOOM .
a number of years. Members In good standing In
A member of St. Agnes Epls the Miami Branch of the NAACP PALM READER 1 CHS Florida mom pert "I|,. Call NE 4.4 15HOOM.
MADAM K Pafcn Header and Near school tee H.... Nee at
copal! Church, where" he formerly are urged to be present on Wednesday. on
..rv-d as president of the Young Nor. 21 at S p.m. In the I adviser on all affairs, past prts- 2020 NW TIM Itt. Mr ownr. Call 11U NW 1tth Jt NU
People. Service League now branch office. 109 NW Ird ave., cot *nd future. IG300 NW JTth j .......I'.nod'U 0701.. N2'
known as the Episcopal Young for the selection of the Nomlna ave. (>J F'I'RNfftllND weekly rooms.
Churchmen and Churchwomen ting Committee for the Annual I -- .- 1 2 lint' H" .... big key I,*. frwit.I f" 10 slog;> .-fin .dmrirf. Mae's
7; hath. Hear S (toet H.HHM 3170 Washington
the Vtfttry Committee and the lection" of officers and board I room and roomsand
members- klh.11 like new Total A'... Of* Ixvka Dl
rhotr. 11 IIM has long been active Join The NAACP
I I !,.5&0 f 710 down. 2220. 2222 -- ---
and
in various civic communityartlltlee. I
1 S740. LANfJK ROOM 727 NUtb
\W c lrt Hi. MIT
!lilt VI. 7 72.IIOI'HK .
At the present time Hlcfs Is
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president. and founder of the Algonquin
red Irad'th brrr and .fa. nrowMTllte. Call NE
Club and orgaolit for "I I lrflt: ..rVIII HHlkf price HlM.Phonr 39SS. Mr. or M... Jordon.
Hi lames AME Church. 4y'1 ( NK 49127 or OX 19114.I9tl .
IllKca feels that his acceptanceof SMALL lint**: for ale or renL
this position will I. a, measure o.rN: MIkT. Wrt 44. Now Two years oW 2113 NW 74th St.
enrich and enhance Elkdom A Make your paint Mark very *t.*.a. 111..1. CaH. owner JR 1111..
In the state ad In this Immediate tear fvMHlMt.*n. Radio and b..t.rr. -- --
vicinity In particular. Pace IS01 NW Itth Ot. I AND 2 mmilOOM Apta. from
askedto ) ( J ( 1 i 114 week, with
AH Hilts In the area are per refrigerator,
five ultra their earnest co COMFORTMIEand 1II'II.mSi' AND imi'AIHH nor Move and water. 144 NW 70th
operation. II. will begin! his :da rosin addMffHtal fft Manager on premises. OT
Itinerary with Atlas Lodge on iim; Yearn or.,I'f"r....nTw.. a 14341.
()OOO. ,. for the election of officers LOOK GOOD your Job. U slatted ..r bfodrnom"1 --
All other lodge are askedto untl. romttlotfd Call TORE HOOM AND APT. 2210
prepare for his visit duringthe or NK 4 0100 NU S'W Clnd W MIT 1740.
month of December - -
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FOR RENT
In Appreciation
'ATTRNISIfED APT and fur-
Mrs Resole Ilethune wishes to n\h d room 1574 NW 58th St. THIS IS WHAT YOU
take this. opportunity to thank OX 1-5810. S A rhrrr Indfaf
the members of the T A Role 1I NEED TODAYI

Chapter. No. 117. OKA for the r'NFULII4ED ..rtnieAt. Nfarenuct
lovely urprfee birthday party 4ISlf place U M NW IMh' Ave Send $3.00 cash for a
oven to "her oa last ThursdayNo H. FK 1-9797 or NK 4-lMfl, NIl package of Precious Promise
10. Thank you<< for the Y! wD ;
beautiful eards and gift"o enJoy 3 VICE HOlfftRS |tO and $13 to
able time was by all who at per week. Will sell.. $100 &<<|*n.
tended. 1 year ernfivt coast uppy yea { SHAYINQ POWDER 'Co: i Balance like r*At Small family.dult Post Office Box 47-751

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.... ST. MARY'S C. W. M. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST

Bro. E. A. CuVmer, pastor I 1371 N.W 68th Tern
Mrs. S. Dawkins reporter Rer. Ernest Williams pastorJ

Sunday School r........... MS R. Brown, reporter
Morning worship ...... ...... lOt. Sunday School .,............. 8rO
Evening devotion ".". ...... ,:3. Moraine worship 11:00
BTU 1:10
Morning devotion was led by Evening, worship 7:00
the Rev. II. V. Stuart. One In ;

to Pant was baptised. The Rer. Aa Interesting literary a a d
Farrington a visiting minister musical program was held at
7 me from the Bahamas, preached New Bethel Sunday afternoon

from the subject "Have Faith Nor. 12. Heseklah Sean was
: In God." The No. 2 choir furnished crowned "King" and _Virginia
musk with their organist Williams warn crowned "Queen."
Mrs Phyllis Gibson and Albert

Carey, directing. No. 1 ushers SPIRITUAL BAPTIST
AnnouncementYou
served.

THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI FLORIDA SW 176th St.
r are Invited to attend the Evening devotion was led by 10230
second anniversary of the Young the pastor. Rev G. Burns was Rer. Ernest Hutcbeson. pastor

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960 Matrons of Bethel Apostolic .the preacher. lie preached from Next Sunday night our guestsingers
Psalms 1 U:U, "Save Me.
Temple. 2310 NW 58th at. on will be the Sensational
J esus." No. 1 choir furnished
this Sunday. Nor SO. at 4 p.m. Wonders. Presiding over the
ANTIOCH BAPTIST MT. HERMON A. M. E. Special feature The Seven Stepsof music with their organist Mra. program will be Brother Ezekiel
G. McFord and
No. 2 ushers
Rer. J. W. Stephens, pastor Rev. S. L. Oa,. pastor John tbe Revalator. Come one seared Miller. Sister Bernice Davis lathe

M. T. Copeland reporterSunday Sunday School . . ':20 come all. Aklns. We are praying for the sick sponsor.

School .......... Mft Morning Worship . 11:00 81s.Doris Thelma Wallace.pastor pff" and shut.Ins. Visitors are always
The pastor will preach at the
Morning Service 11:00 Evening Worship . . 7:00 welcome.
BTU 5JO Publicity Committee morning service. You are always

Evening Worship ........,.."....i :00 EBENEZER METHODIST : THE INCARNATION welcome
The pastor and members ot

Services will follow their a*' Mt. Hermoa AME Church have Rev.' Aaron D. Hall. Pastor I!I )

nil procedure thruout the day. I recently been summing up their Sunday School ....... ----- W 11135E .W. Nth 8t.I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

The No. 1 usher board and thePastor's accomplishments since this Is Morning worship ,".......... 11:0" Father E. S. Clarke Jr. vicar Rev' E. M. Thomas, pastor
Aid Board will hare a about the end of another year's Evening worship ."-- ----.. 7.-Oc'I I The service at tbe church Phyllis Myers reporter
dinner tale Saturday. NOT. II at work and the pastor must meet bare been chanced to the foUov- Sunday School _..._ 930

the church un NW 4Cth st In the annual conference to The 19th session of the FlorIda I ing schedule: Morning service' .......... ?.,.,... 11:00
You may atop by or plate your make a report of the aame.la Annual Conference was said BTU _._____....._......HJ.-H1 330
dinner order by calling NE our Inventory we find that to be one If not the greatest ever I SUNDAY Evening service .._................. 7:00
4 1084 for dellrery. Thanka for our progress has gone far beyond held. The ministers and dele (ChurJa School -, ???,??...,?. 93u
your cooperation. that of last year. Many new gates were lavish In their praise Solemn! High Ma, ..._ 10:45: Sunday morning Rev. Stephensdelivered
Our sick and ahutlna: Nathan members have been added to the 101 the manner In which Bishop *r. EYC meeting ________ 5 pjn. a wonderful aDd la
lei Otlff. 81.. Uarlah Washington church u well as many new + Harris conducted the business of Sr. EYC meeting ...________ 6:00 spiting message to us. It wan
Oro. C. S. Culver and Rev boards and clubs. Our budget the conference. In order to become 11 Solemn Evensong and Ben- enjoyed by all present Once
O. L. Hleka. Let aa visit and system baa been perfectly bal personally acquainted with diction of the Blessed again Sunday night Rev. Pridgen

pray for them. Visitor are always anced. I the ministers who make up hi* Sacrament .....,.......... 730 p.m.I|I also delivered a soul stirring
welcome. We are proud of our pst conference roster and the sue I message which was "The Living
record and much praise Is due cess or fsl.ure of their work, he TUESDAYSt. Water."
to all of the presidents of boards made. few changes at this sea Vincent. Acolyte
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN I clubs of choirs alon. His motto seems to be "Ye rehearsal _._________ 3:00 For the next two weeks we
and presidents
and to the,main official staff who Shall be Known by Your Works' Vestry meeting ..._.._ ____ 8 pjn. will be having a series of programs
Her. William F. Savoy putor with and following this conference at St. Matthews which
worked
have wholeheartedly
14th Are and 69th Street observation of the WEDNESDAY will be leading up to the dedication
the pastor. We are also mindful year's pastor L'-w Mats .........._.....,. 630
Sunday School .............. fcS In action he will be able to rely a.m of our new church. Thenon
Morning Semite ...-....... 1141 of our friends of neighboring upon his own knowledge as wellas Crenseng ......_..__....__ 8 p.m. the fourth Sunday we will
Westminster Fellowship __. ttff churches aDd the help that they the help of his cabinet for this Meeting of the Guild of our Lady march from St. Matthews over
have given us. So we join In aDd I
of the next conference (altar guild) immediately fol to our own church. The public
Our anniversary celebrationwas wholeheartedly thank for another phase Hbeneier was blessed" with thereturn lowing. Is Invited to come.SEE .
a success spiritually aDd flnancially successful year.
of llev Hall whose works
Out thla la only the FRIDAY
first step la the direction of pro. BETHEL A. M. E. here have made him deservingof I St Cecelia's rehearsal 830 p.ra.
his THE
&r.... postAnd Low Mass < n all Holy Days at WORLD'SGREAT

This week the Every Member I Key West Fla. then Dlshop Harris 630 a.m. and on Feast Day 6:00 SPIRITUAL

Canrasa Team Is visiting the Last Sunday eight the pastor preached "God's Gift to The un.

home of each member. Let us Rev K. L. White, aDd congregation True nell.>ver.M Sunday morning. On i uada,. Nov. 20. the Episcopal LEADER
give 100 percent support to the burned the mortgage on He left the packed church with Churchwomen of tbe Incarnation AND PHYCHIC READER
the church to the amount of I
life aDd program of the church. a feeling ot responsibility to use are sponsoring theirsecond
12.200. Rev. White baa o n 1 y well the provisions God baa made BISHOP
annual
Last Sunday, the pastor w s been at Bethel one year Dec 1, and place all around us for he Fellowship Hour HUNTER
at 4:20
at the
church 1125
1.... p.m.
delighted to baptize his throe
has endowed us with sound minds
.
NW SUb st The public la cordially If yen are alek .. .
month old ion, Will Jr. ee werrleeJ ... .
and If foolishly misuse his
we
The pastor eipresses his amt Rev. White is a Christian invited. A very good program fall te ... ae tH.,. Offtoe beets
gifts, we must aspect to auffer
itude to all members who are gentleman and a great gospel the << has bee.' planned for your dally 1 sum. te t p.M. T.......'
helping the church go forward. preacher. The congregation 1 Is consequences.The enjoyment The following persons 1 sum. te 6 sxm. '.md.y 11 ....
A forward'moving asking Dlshop Greene to send conference" the pastor, will render selections. Solos U 8 paw.M17 .
means that new disciples congregation will be Rev. and Mrs White back to us officers and members of fibers' Baldwin Hepburn, Mrs Rosalyn ,
for another Rev. White Is Clarke. Miss Antlonette
won to Christ and HI. Church. year. ser wish to express their Brat) Splf'eraDd
a former presiding elder and accountant Wilfred MeKensie. Inrur
tude to the city of )Miami the ".ADINOI
of the Slate of Fla. ministers from othechurches mental solos: : Robert Thomas
FIRST UNITARIAN press t $1Jep
principals and chorusesfrom t professor of music at the Dade

On Sunday NOT 20 at 10 a.m. Church of Transfiguration the high schools and all i County Junior College; Fredrick
Dr. John O. Drown, chairman of F others who contributed to the; Morley and Dr. H. Melton White.Guest .
(
Eplacccal
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CORE of the conference.SALTER'S" 81. :"
success
will address the Adult d.
2571 N.W.132nd Terr. speaker. Mra. Robert T
Forum of the First Unitarian via John E. Culaer !Burton put director of the MIami wirrHOLLYWOOD r

Church. priest In chart CHAPELi Deanery of the ECW and \.
At the 11 a.m. service, the Stanley Sweeting, reporter i diocesan officer. Mrs., Ruby It.Uu..n -LA. ,.rp'01
Rev. Robert W. Sonen will preach Service every Sunday Rev. H. J. Benson, pastor English professor of the

OD the subject Thankagivtni Morning Worhfp ...... ....., ".30 Ruth T.,.... reporter j Dade County Junior College will HUNTS
Without Smugness." girl It.fitarnea. Sunday School ............. 1030 Sunday School . . ':30'' i serve as mistress of ceremonies
president of the congregation Morning worship . 11 :00 ,and Mra. Berthenla White u
will assist the minister la The Rev Loreath Wooden a ACE League . . 5:30...accompanist i Mrs., Elisha Clarke Don't
a special service of recognition new minister of the Church of Evening worship . . 1:00 Jr. chairman if the program. Fret Fight!
for new members. the Transfiguration and of St. Mrs Levi Johnson, president
Each Sunday 12:15 following Andrews Church, Hollywood, arrived Sunday morning our pastor of the ROW of tbe Incarnation. Join The NAACP
delivered
the regular .service aU persona In Miami last Monday by a wonderful messagewhich /
Eastern: Air Lines, accompanied was enjoyed by all. I .
la their
20' and
20'a ulmf
are Invited :.u 1DnJ.UtfShunuC'.uz, m6mL __
to attend the Young Adnltadlscusston by bra wife and three children At an'.j

group at the .hurt The Rev. Wooden Is % o m
native
Discussion leader la Mr. Boa of Daytona Beach a graduate a ofMorebouae I hour la honor of the captains Training Is All It Takes
Stucker. College and Cambridge and members who helped to .
Theological SeminaryHe i make the ninth annual observance

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY was ordained to the dlaconate by I a great success. To open the door to a whole new life, asa
the Bishop of New Jersey. Oct The pastor and members went
Mrs. Alice Evans, teacher at 9, at 7 p.m. in an after-service to member of the proud and profitable
Phyllis Wheatley Elementary Antioch Baptist Church Rev
School and member of the North Mr. Wooden will work under Stevenson pastor, to give them Beauty Culture Profession.
Dade Daha'l Assembly the direction of Archdeacon John
will lead a lift ln their drive.
the regular weekly discussion at E. Culmer until he Is ordained to

the Baba't Center 127 NW llth the priesthood about aft months Monday night the Rev. A. Gallon Entering, Our 25th
Anniversary
are.. S hence. and --
p.m. Sunday Nor. 29.uwjnn congregation were withus
I __ ._..LA__& ... ____.
un -- to give our helping
win 09 $ iOr7 AS pastor a
Spiritual Evolution." ST. hand to go to the! annual confer
MATTHEWS
Everyone Is cordially Invited ence. SUNLIGHT KAUIY SCHOOL
la attend. Phone Mia Solomon The women of St. Matthew
secretary PR 1-54 20, for further will observe their fourth annual Sunday sight.. rat-tabors Knv 30 gttiug In anafterservice. I, is offering you a life long Thanksgiving, ChrUtmas
Information. Women's Day on Nor. 20. The are
and New Year's of
present our anaiveraary with
speaker for the morning service an appreciation for the pastor so
SMYRNA will be Miss Marie White prom for services rendered during the little, $10 down, entrance fee. Balance in small

BAPTIST anent civic and religious leader year. He will be going to the an weekly payments. (Offer ia only for a given time)
1772 N.W. had St. la the community Come nual conference on Nov. 23 at
out and
Morning worship . 11:00 bear this dynamic apeaker. Hallandale. Wtt are hoping for Remember Sunlight School U staffed with the moat

Evening worship . . 7:10 his return. experienced teacher in all the modern fundamentals
Rev. J. A. Swain, pastor Using the theme, "Seeking Inner in cosmetology. Call or come in. Bring your friends.
Strength for a God-filled TRINITY C. M. E.
use" Mra. Edna J. Williams Day and night classes. You'll find proud Sunlight

MT. AARON BAPTIST Mrs. Lovenia Knot and Miss O 2014 N.W. 9th Court i graduates throughout the nation and in foreign

640 N.W. ISt* Ave. Juanlta Humes will comprise a W. V Geary, minister < lands
Her C. W. Scott paW symposium during the evening Church School ................ 0:3u I

Dea. Earl Golden, clerk service at 7:20. Morning worship _____ 11:00 I .u.--..____. .
Evening worship _____ 7:001 I
lira. Lillian i
Clark chairman
Sunday School
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Worship 110 and her coworkers, are striving Advance training. Hair styling Pertna Straight Permanent
Morning T
8.-CO to make thin a memorable Dean. GREATER BETHEL A.M.E. i I French Hair Weaving, etc., etc., for licensed
Evening Worship 7:00 sion. The public la invited to attend MAutkaa.
Praper meeting Tuesday M tOO all services beginning with Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor
Sunday School at 1:30: a.m. Mrs. Jenette Faison, reporter f I
Phone
Rer. N. F. Clark, pastor Sunday School ._____ ____ f JO FRanklin 4-9998

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Day at THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA
Mt. Sinai St. Paul's Women
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960 PAGE 11
The men of Mt. Sinai Baptist
.urch of which the Rer. 8. A,
Thomas Is the pastor requesthat
' you clrele the date of Sun Raise $8,735.45
dar Nor. 20 on roar calendar
al a date to remember. That Is ABC Mortgage Co.
,e date proclaimed as ),len', -
Oar at the "friendly church y.-:
bere you mar be certain to en 53 GET DIPLOMASAT 703 Seybold Bldg. FR 1-1493
ujr a day of Christian fellowship
During thete crucial times G BEAUTY
rhea It Is felt that more than SCHOOL First and Second Mortgages
before a more dedicated ,
wet ser-
Home Improvement Loan Small Payment
Monthly
tee Is necessary In order to ae- GRADUATIONThe
'omplUh the coal sought In the
-rliglous$ circles, the group has Sunlight School of Beauty No Inspection Fee
.lrcted as their them "Mend Culture held Us 24th annual
.= their role ln a Christian Soitty" graduation exercises Sunday afternoon Combine .11!( your dsht Into one easy paid ",ert,...
We trust that both mend at JMU Sinai Baptist
women of the community Church 1U! NW 5th place. Approximately Phone PR 1141)-Our representative will call en yew

all> arall themselves of the opurtualt S3 young women received Immediately
,. diplomas and were do'elated
graduates.A Free Consultation Regarding Your Mertgsgt PlanningIARKLEY'S
-- timely program was presented
z' s which was witnessed by an
.J *q overcapacity and very enthusiastic
crowd.

Mrs Dorothy Edwards, deanof
.4_ I girls at Northwestern High CUr-ffATC STOW
I school delivered' a very Inspiring
n, I address to the graduates. Mrs., The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Edwards' address based the
upon
Mil*. JKHSIK---- -M. HMIT1I- ----- outlook of the modern day child, 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

proved to be a very timely challenge The finest
products at Cut Rate Price
Woman's Day at St. Paul Alan to the group.
I Church 4th JCT YOUIl TlIANKSmVIXl 8 IT I'M KM IIKIIR
corner court and
The of the
sermon day was
' 19th st.. last Sunday broke all
delivered the Rev. 8. GIFTS
by pastor
t IlnaMers end
3 previous records of churches observing roasting pans,

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A. Thomas upon the text "What Ibl gvw 1.00 9 0OTn
th. occasion In this com shall I render unto the Lord for aUYt'f'Waftdot..* of all ..- IrtkMi too 1.30df'tlC"ftl1(1on
y
mualt, Service Insplrlnc -
were very **
al His benefits toward me. Rev. rarrt.rs, and '
and the financial report Thomas Klnc.1.... I/rtloa 1.00
brought a very powerful
.f -,, was II.71S.4S. The Rev. M. J. sermon on the occasion and closed other toy for all the hlld.1taanln'( | Ouvily for
f ',! Fayson Is the progressive pastor with an appropriate charge to I lea" ('h'''',,", I... up
Captains reported as follows: the graduates. 1 Jrrxra's ntlon Ole 1.00OPIN
Mrs. Oernlce Uuoten $1.229.00
o' Mrs. Jessie M. Mmlth J4.00 1 Also appearing on the programwere DAILY A SUNDAY- A.M. U 10 P.M.
: Mrs. Anette Baker MraOeraldlne
Mrs. Lucille nmntons 112.70 JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
Allen, the SunllgbGlee t
Mrs. Ann Shennvtt 351.50Mrs.
Club and a number of oth -- .- .. .
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D. M. 351.25
Fayson
era. Mrs., Eloise B. Kemp wai.
..I.I..OICn IL MATTIIKWBMorning Haw-k... Mrs.Mra. Juanlta Mae Dell Fisher Draynon 335.00 3S1.SO I the pianist for the program.A I ZL ;!: 3:5) :. = ; .

Mrs. Ernestine Robinson 211.00 number of well known Mlmlaas
Clifford R. Matthews, teacher Mrs. Henrietta Ferguson 221.00 were prevented citations
:> the Social Science Departmentf Mrs. Clarice Carnefay 2CS.CS and plaques for outstanding services '
North Dade High School and Mrs. Mildred Oar 202.00 not only to the school but SPLIT LEVEL
. noted orator In the area has Mrs. Jessie Smith who was the community In general. Thosereceiving ,
tern selected to bring you the crowned ")lr.. St. Paul" wishesto citations were Mrs.
>naming message. Ills wide ex thank the members of St. Minnie no.I..., Mrs. Eva Grant
jtrtmee wUI enable him totrlnc Paul and her many friends for Mrs. Horteas Hutcheson. Mrs
to you a very informative he.plnc her to hold the trophyfor Billie Pitts, and Mrs. WChelmlna:
aim bleat all of you ti clans.
You will be uplifted with both Elliott J. 1'1... was also presented
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a citation and the Rev
nr metuage as well as the musla
solos.
with two
t selections by the specially congregation Edward T Graham pastor of

dtrrctlon'sinrd men's of Dro.chorus J., under D. Allen the Tb.wish chairman to thank and the cochairman advertisers Mt. Zion a Baptist plaque. Church waspretested Excepf/t/ *./ Vibes'

varnishing the beautiful and patrons who helped D. A. Julius Is the president
"Son
) Zlon" for this annual sf to make the souvenir program and Mrs, D. A,, Julius, vice president
occa-
ion In addition to those possible the friends from vart- of the school. J R Taylor ONTREMENDOUS
the committee has other men''zoned lout churches, the women and served as muter of "moDI...

.?*clals on the program that will those men of faithful Temple women and who especially worked LOTSWITH
really make you say MI was glad for weeks,
hat I came.** untiringly many NEED MONEY -
Thanks to the following capetales
&. to the many friends and who made splendid re $ FOR THEHOUDAYSl
veU. wishers of -the church with'
ports. Mrs. Miriam Hepburn.
':1e warm welcome make the Mrs. Augusta Newbold. Mrs, Ma, Sodding; rid Lufatpinj'
date, your day at Mt Sinai and tilda )fall. Mrs. Rosa Lee De-
ou will want to come again 1 lancy. Mrs. Vernell Strachan. $25 to $600


Women' Day at mien Mrs.Mrs. Illoaeva Wallace Florence Mrs.Muanlngs.Hepburn LouUe, Moss Mrs.Mrs Call PL 8-3653 I Low Down PaymentLow

Temple Baptist Charlotte Hatcher. Mrs. Esther IDEAL LOAN
,Campbell and MU E. Douglass
Tb. women of Temple Baptisthurch the efficient secretary. Miss, Ruth 6105 N.W. 7th Are.
(' did themselves proud Thurston was treasurer, and Mrs. Monthly PaymentsThese
Dais/ Warner chairman of Hoepilaaty -
heir fourth annual Woman's MIAMI TIMES ADS
,
Rev O A. Pratt 1)
Day Led by their Indefatigable A.'I
chairman and co-chairman. Mrs. 'D. D.. will preach Sunday at I DONT COST THEY PAY Luxury Homes

B Hart and Mrs. A. Newi-old. a.m.
they put over a program that INCLUDE
was spiritually uplifting and financially

successful. 3 let/rooms/ 2 Tile/ lifJiriiMSGirffe
The speaker at 11 a.m was -
Miss Helen M., Dorsett. super 3-Bedroom FHA Homes
tisor of Negro Public Libraries
Built In, over Re
and stations In Miami., Her metage .,e

was challenging and Insplr First time offered KHA approved brand new i
Inc. ad was well received. She ever
was Introduced by Mrs Lillian cloae-in CBS 3-bedroom, spaciotu home for only Urfe Closets/ itTf WiiOws
WUUams. Miss Elsie Douglu.

ecretary.Mrs Arizona. gave Barley the occasion.made the $12,500 i

observation.The See Our New Exciting

feature of the evening which i
little $400 down payment
was a film| -The Story of Queen As as ,
father." with Miss D. L Hart includes closing cost. Monthly payments I
a. proJ.- tloDI.t. Tb. women's ModelIn
chorus, hut V. Strachan. chair- $76. One mortgage until paid. No balloon |'
=a: of Music Committee organI '
I!*. sang at both services. Mrs., note, no second mortgage. |
M E Stevens directing, and Richmond Heights
Mrs. Pearl Ward thrilled the ---a


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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA. .i Bainbridge Ga. for final rite*. Henry West 7169 NW 16th

ave. died Nov. He If survived' by
DEATHS Willie Neloma of 2344 NW a jon Henry Jr. two daofbiet
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960 Slat at.. died Nov 14 following Mrs. Melvina West and Mrs.,

an accident on NW 12th are and Catherine CM
ens, a brother. Jake
... 66th *t. lie Is survived by his Jackson and a sister, Mrs. Ruth
mother, :t.rn. Mary Netoms. a PoHte of Brunswick Ga.
CARDSMEMORIALS Former Miamian sister. Mrs. Willie M Stewart a !

brother Aaron. The body will be Infant boy nry stillborn

Dies Suddenly sent to Tifton. Ga.. Friday for soft of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hen

CARD OF THANKS 1 IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Rachel Rnssel died suddenly final rite I Locks ry. Ipso buried Washington Nov. 1. Ave. Opa

We I In Monday night In W s I Joseph Allen, 5125A NW 27th
the
family of the Ute. loving memory of our dear Infant
JANET PARKER DRANTLET wife, our mother, grand mother liAlm Beach white; attending ave, diet Oct. 27. Funeral services White .son of Mr. and
Mrs
take this method of expressing: motherln' .law and sister I church service at Mt., Zion Baptist held !in First Baptist 14th Johnny Lee Write, 6221 NW
our sincere' and heartfelt trailtttde Church Mr, *. Russell- a former Church Oct 5. He is survived by 4. ct. died Nov. 1 Burial Nov
Mlamlan. was well known nU suite Vlloa.Hukell .
'
to everyone' for kindnesses' _
staunch Christian living
tor her
aad sympathetic deeds' shown us Mrs. Hattie
Miller
In our hour of bereavement. May kindness and outgoing person' I Lee 2730 NW 44th St.. 11 in Chicago. died Nor
the mother oAurella t I died I Services" were con.
God bless all of aUt, She was Oct. 27. Services conducted I ducted at Mt
you. Olive
Major worth matron of i in St Matthews S. C. Sunday is Thursday She
The Family j survived
Han Salvador Chapter OB8 120 Nov 6. Ill. wife survives him. Mrs Roberta by Lenton two daughters

and )Ir.. Jennie Harris, both of Jannle Boone and Mrs.
I 1 Mrs. two sons Tommy
Clara
Miami Jordan. 1825 NW
CARD OF THANKS She lived' at SI? 19th St. but 4th ave. died' Oct. 28. Services and James. 13 grand children IS
treat
maintained several ties In Miami, I held in Israel Bethel Baptist grand children' two brothers -
Toe family of the late among them:: Membership In u Church. She is unITed by two and r tour sisters.

MRS CHRISTINA THOMAS i Bethany Chapter OUS. lIOns and a daughter. -. w-.;* .
who died on NoTember t and was Service will held on Saturday

laid to rest on November' t. take 3 30 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist I Melvin Walker 2414 NW 59th MANSIONfOR
this method' of expressing thanks St. died' Nov,
." urth. Rev J. H. Johnson pre I 1 Survivors ares
aad appreciation to the many /M siding. Stevens Funeral Home t his wider, Mary Louise mother
friends, who were so kind during in charge. I Mrs. Vebna Walker of Ala.
Its hour of bereavement Thanks I SALE

for your cards, letters, telegrams II: Master Sft Louis Preston diedat
Houseof Albert. I
flowers' cars a.d all other klDdp.turH I Ft. Sill Okla. Nov. 2 Survivors DELUXE NEW3BEDROOM

of sympathy Special I are his wife. Myrtle, four
thanks to the Range Funeral Service for Mrs Ophelia Lang 2 BATH
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".J"" ..., brothers Deacon Charles Preston
Home fer Its very fine service. "" wlio resided. at 621 NW ntb St. I of Miami Miller and Willie of FLORIDA ROOM
aad the Rer E. A. Calmer, pas. and died NOT 8 were conducted New York and George of Atlanta
tar of St. Mary's W. M. Church NOT II at 3:30: p.m. at Mt.. two sisters Mesdames Freddie SCREENED PORCH

for his consoling sermon.. Again Zion IMHM Church. Her survivors Mae Wade Miami, and Ma- OAK FLOORS

thanks to everyone for erery Include her husband. Sam I ink Cti ttf'. New York. 2 CARPORTE
MK3
thing. Tour kindnesses will never KLMA DROOME two toiler SOB. Officer Nathaniel
be' forgotten.The who departed this life November Mack aad Theodore Faaan. a 80 x 100 LOT

Family 21 193 niece Mr*. Bernice Kemp.J. ,; Little Deborah E. Malloy died
Gone but not forgotten : Oct 30 at the: family residence. $3,000 cash downCor.

Darling we mlsa you very C. %'hite. m< N W31st ct. Services conducted Nov 3.
CARD OF THANKS much It bat been three years died Nov. 9. He wa sent to --
9th
Ave and
since God called you. Ozark Al*. Nov. IS for final i Matthew Johnson. 6939 NW

"The friends that thou hast We hope to join you some day rite*. II* I* survived by his widow IjOth ave.. died' Oct. 30. lie was 61st St.

and their adoption tried' grapple and ilr have. J.our W family reunion three children and his pa a native of Mitchell County Ga. Open Sat. & Sun. 3-6
Droome. husband
them to thy soul with hoops of rents. Services conducted' last Saturday -
steel I He |I' survived by a brother
The' family of the late', IN MEMORIAM"In Heajialn F. Jan**. 1420 NW David and a sUter. Mrs Drucilla Drive
72nd St.. died In Jackson Ho I Lee. Carefully!
-- -- --- pita! Survivors are his wife. Wll
I
loving memory of lie Ma. two daughter, a son, I

fire brothers. a 44er and three
crandcMldren. Services will be I 9TH WEEK ___

Nov 19 at 2 p.m. at New Provl In Miami I)!' Kt'n.Mds

:deice ..*...... Church. Rev C JHurn.
: ..,.. pastor The. body will ben continue to n...... lo
i clew 1 p m Friday s i
Rev. Shepherd

> ...r... INFANT l DBAT1IS Boegaters .. ,.: I
,
Gary l'horMrd Moor, son of I
Mr. and Mr*. JoHn Moore. died The Wender Man *f Getf
Nov li. Chapel' services Nov. nat '
to a.m.McClendon. Do you have a

ri ..l.. :! problem? i I
I. gen of ),Ir. and r ,
Mrs Jnf4i MrCWen." llllborn Busln' *** Bad Marriage
Falling Cant Win
the
4 Nov IS Grav Man e' Woman Yeu Love
:'- iT It Been Croesed Need I

Money Everything G
*< ,
Mr Loan Carter ::U NWC
t 'Ing Wrong Health Bad
lh st.. died Nuv U She Isumvfd .
Can't
I Satisfy Your
by her hu..band. FrankrrangrmrBts
Husband e-r Wife Wanta
.\ are' Incomplete.
New Home er Cart
I

-I Range SEE ME TODAY
----yWILLIAlI -- t tI ti
W ALLEN Remember I am net a fr.
wishes to take this method to | i I Mr Lottl .......,. 1242 NW II i tune teller, root man or
thank the hundreds friends'who ,I I Und I Laa*. died.. Nov 12 She Is !II' palm reader, I .'" net see r
of
stood CHARLBH. ALF.XANUKIt: lurvlte by us daring our I
houre of UENEI1Y Robert. a brother.. James II
hours of bereavement who departed this life one year Robert S-rvi ** oo Nov. 19 at It costs nothing to
sadness. W. cannot ago, November 20, DSf. j' in
thank 1 11 p.ut. from New lien Baptist come and talk
you enough for the
numerous One year ago today dear Cburefc.
PaUWarer rite will be I
aDd cards word, floral of consolation pieces, donations You left us here In pain r'I| conducted. in the chapel Friday j j 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138
Our Forgetting all your raneeaed i X p.m. She will be on view 1pmFriday.
special' thanks to Mrs. called and you obeyed. .
Athalle Range. Rev. MNeal Our hearts were left so heavy

Harris the Algoa alns. and par That day you said goodbye Jerry Brown. 1M1 NW card at. 1
ticlpants
on the program. And we were oh. so baffled died Nov. 11. Hi survivors In
Believe us, we hare known the Tears filled \
our weary eyes. dude his widow and other rela
true value of friends, such as Yes sometimes we get ao lonely tlve Chapel service Friday NOW UNDER NEW OWNER. .

you.Rest For your cheerful, loving ways Nov. 18 at 1 p.m.
la Peas Dut we know that when you
You are not forgotten, loved one answeredIt
Warn Crawford. 69SO NWKth
Nor will you ever be wa God's will you obeyed Ave.
died Nov 13 He t*
.la long a* life and last STRAND
We memory Hady missed by i i survived by his father. Charlie. Cleaners
will
remember thee. ,
Mrs
Hortense
We Deneby, wife I j two brother IVnni and Lonnleil
miss you now our hearts are Miss Lucille .
Ileneby. Debt ( nn. a slstrr Mrs Luevenla
sore Cornelius Allen, son | Kelly The body wa, shipped to
Ai time
.. goes by. we miss you
more I 2108fN.W. 7th Avenue

Tour loving tulle, your gentle
voice I
No one can fill your vacant place. OFFERING
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Mrs. Florence II. Allen, wife r
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And other members of the I

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water, store & refrigerator for a IhouMUfeJ and tMi.* rt..M.u., unatallabUsot PRESSEDOPEN

844 NW 70th St. \ uitatalUblf, hoMrter, at time of brrratruicut .U the ram' I

_ fort and underMandlni at IIOt'",+K OF AUIIIUT. 6U l:: \\\'
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Gethsemane Court THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA

...-:1: Wins Prize I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960 PAGE 13

Gethsemane Court No. 338.I ,
Heroines of Jericho won the I WORK HALF DAYS "
top prize at the Million Dollar .
Tea, held Bandar afternoon at .
the Liberty Square Auditorium.The AVON COSMETICS a
prize was awarded to the
.
group that realftered the greatest Now preparing for Fall and Christmas aalea. Don'twait
number of guests on the oc
casion. Members of the Eastern until territories are all taken. 40% commission
Stars I and other Heroines of
Jericho Courts, also participatedIn
the afternoon's activities. For choice, selection this week call
Congratulations are In order
for Gethsemane Mrs. Serena Court.Green MAM Mrs. Harris FR 1-6407

Mrs. Addle H. tierce See
Mrs Ellen Taylor. Treat.

..;.,,, f Women
Calling All FOR RENT OR SALE

I The Greater Miami Chapter of
.., l-Bedroom Apt. Nicely furnished ,
"', Links Inc Is calling all womento
Its second annual Cancer Institute
<<
to Join forces In the cancer $77.50 per month include electricityWe
crusade The Institute will beheld
The Florida State Hoard of An Saturday mornlnr. SOY.C .
Health (I. now giving free dental 2 at 10:30: In the Liberty hare very nice home for tale a* low at
I Eloise Gay Makes"Who's Square Community Center 6306NW
rare to NVgro children In counties -
where there la no Negro 14th are If cancer<< strikes.will $490 down and $75 per month
Who"Jubilant dentist practicing, A trailer, It be you me or who ? ? T
------
which moves from school to
school. Is equipped with all the We write all types of insurance and can finance your
J. F. DEAL STUDIO
modern necessities of the dental
I automobile liability insurance on easy monthly
profession Including X-ray Dr I Phone FR 4-3034
James B. Thompson JacksonvilleIs payments
the dentist In charge. 307 N.W. 2nd Are.We .

The state owns the 110.000 I copy and enlarge pictures .f GOO /II.'S Jfcif Esf ate 1 fusviuict
unit and para the dentist's salary -
your loved ones at half price. Wt
Tart of the traTelling ex | 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1.0380H
make all kinds of plcturee.
pensen of the unit Are provided i
bjr local civic clubs.

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among America.Universities"Who's" and Who Colleges In American of H Itttg (@f IrartH} QJlwh

lilts Oar has also recelredofficial J
notice of her being selected
from the headquarters of"Who's 6000 N. W. 7th Avenue

Eloise Wbo.Is a"graduate of ;Northwestern FRI SATSUN NOV. 181920PRESENTS
High School and Is now
studying at the Morris drown
She Is a member of the Ivy
and all .ml:>s was Leaf Club of AKA, a Junior and
tlijisp f.ajr when It was an her major Is music She Is the
I counrrd: on thf! campus of Moro daughter of Rer and Mrs 8. 1..1, "The Untouchable" Phil HarrisBRINGS
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I nE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI FLORIDA The members ot this. organisa comprised of unltd nations, alone
ilea art sacrificing Ume and fl- can enable: us to survive In this
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960 PHIL OSSOFERa to this cause, since they crucial

"r-'> ..... ...4> ..... re examples of that new much
w- SAYS needed breed of mesa the global
:

Along Freedom's Road conscious the greatest man unity who, world knows unlit that Drive CarefuJ1DRIVER'S


V9 bar always had some I
--- By RUTH PERRY forms of unity existing In this
world. To date they hare be
- for
-- - ----- limited unities, sufficing only LICENSE !
the day In which they com Into
It hat been Interesting watching great satisfaction. I might add) We have through
btiDC. grown
the state of Louisiana
try that perhaps some of our words
the from family unity to tribal
to become another Arkansas during hare taken root and at last ages unity to eltjr-ttat unity, and BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
the past few days. Or perhaps grown plants. Our rote Is a priceless are now mine In national unity.
we should say that the city heritage and privilege but
,Today. In the dawning of the
of New Orleans was trying to we malt exercise It to keep It. unit r."al ate national unity O'BERRY'SMAGIC
turn Into another Little Rock I think all of us know this now.Another tcrome' secondary to unl-
As In Little Rock with GOT.Fanhus thing also stands out renal tnu:t unit,. CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
trying to fan the racial clearly for me the fact that
6262 N.W. 18th Av
hatred to arid segregationists In bigots and prejudiced people I From: the beginning of history mi.
order to prevent Integration of who were trying to use rellr'.nnas we find that our unities hare
the Little Rock High school at a weapon against dfmo I':'('- noun with the mental derelopt. OX 1-S2S3
any be on the verge of repeating ft have lost out nasals bigotry t:,. to grasp higher Ideals, and :... ...ap
se'f In New Orleacs. don not make for democracy at these Ideals bar heroine Tit- .
nor does prejudice make for a ally needed, they hare been 4 = ,.
NEW ORLEANSAlthonrh free America. I don't believe a brought Into beiDC.World Thanks for the fine manner In which you hare

Integration actually only a token could stronger have stand ben for made democracy than the unity Is a must In this Welcomed tW new manager at. .
was belnr we are
decision of the American people

order ber of of four with mall the negligible Negro girls..am-I not Into to the let picture rellrious of bigotry present-dnr. enter been on recognised Mils earth. by This global-con fact has MIDWAYFISH PIA!

rln a Federal judge to America. As one of friends scions people, and thus the Unit
last Monday; the events of my ed Nations formed. It Is
was
only
M to
m* after she "
th* past few voted !
days have
taken on when the whole world becomes
Md forgotten what << AND POULTRY
the a peets of a comic a privilege ;
opera and i* Is to global-conscious that we will be
vote,
*"t at all In keeping although t go to
dlrnltr we nasally associate with with the the polls every election day Rut free judice.Because from. strife hunger and pre We are pleased to Announce additional help on
the. portion of somehow this time .. t angled
JtOTf>nor of on* the levers weekends to speed service;
down. I had up
nt our United State. The matter a distinct the United Nations Is
*b51 bHn -ftwinr back and filing that I".. a part of so vitally needed, and because TRY OUR CONCH MUDH.adquart.n
f'th. with the Oorernor Issuing America, and T felt proud and too few hare recognised' the significance
mor* and more fat II* orders and happy to be an American. I'm not of what It Is trying to for fresh fishing worms
*tsi.m ats and the Federal court a shamed to say that I had tears do (and ean do) The American
.fe'.Atnr firm, and In my eyes when t walked out Association for the Monday thru
finally Issuing of the voting booth" United Na Thursday 8 *.m. to 6 p.m.
tralnlnr. orders and InjuneHAH. I sran.t state officials who friend only say I believe my seeks to awaken America and the .m. p.nv a.nu I p.m

ITrderf" ** tOP the IDberatioD ns felt expressed on election what da).many of rest of of the supporting world to the the UN Importance In 2230 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8269

.OOT .Jimmie If. Davis a for* order to Insure universal peace. y >S:iac=>;'g re* SNOW --& -.v. ... ;:;L .
* r ,tn *r of hllblllr songs who "15 ...-....."- .-- ....--... .... _____ __ h -
'nn1r* ogle tit month ago, ha. Bethune :lf_ \.;: :tC :..;; ;.;;*;; *;;*:zI: .:tZtct :o wW1sti
** ** almn,
t ererrthtng In hlf
.*ort to pr r.nt Int rratlon n f Teachers Intern '

M the_t New"rt wu Orleans to rail tehoola the mil(I Here
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Lert-tfttare Into
-estGft last BONDED
-n"".. ...* to declare tie day The following persons are interns COLLECTION
n' t?'.''r.M''n flout Monday) a I from RethuneCookmanCol'ere
-"I hnlMav ITftw.Tr. all .t. for nine weeks during
,
f" nq hi, part failed Md the first semester of the 1tCO-! ,. .. "
t ttn* t w\V place as wb t'cS la-I;shoo! term In Dade County
.A,last )load a). schools: I AGENCY Inc.
' In win Reeke many of James R Rethel. ElementaryE ,
-.1. n. ftu and ?.?,*, board o <1. O W Carver IHgh: Per ;
H.t, "WMM th" tmMIe schools nella Cohhn Ttuir1ne Ed.. North
"."* n_" **.." thoarh It T>ade Jr-flr ; Mable FravellaDaniels.
-i"t.'r,, tftn nt artfC like meant a l lCOT E>m. Ed.. Holmes Elementary Offers Another First .
-' Fstniif. hey Dart ; Ethetene Evans, Elem.
".11.4 Mu h..t ,? Mrtrr th.l Ft'dfOral 1 E d.. Dan bar: Robert Evans War

".n ft". AM.r Cirnimntancen ban I ris. Music Ed., O. W Carver: u Now you can have more face value for your rent receipts
.n.n"'f"d.. William '
that slow theort McKinley Harris, RioIngy -
tt m'-tIt two 'Interrattnn Northwestern; Haste Miller
|Is
t". tn t". -nnth. Jackson Elem. Ed.. DouglasElementary !
AesMte dHtwtr-
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... 1sa.Att.Ia "f"''"! br wH"4e'! Mary Lou Johnson, 1k2
t nnlitlelans and Elem. Ed.. Dunbar: AmmleBrnteMarle Own Your
segregation.
t.... r Jones, Elam Ed. ApartmentS

""F 'hy.lls. Wheatley Elementary:
: F.I.r.cnO Evelyn Knowle, Elem. Ed., Liberty
City Elem.; Dorothy Mae
.l t *nnn "" we will be rttint Lase Elem. Ed.. Llllie C. Evans;
-tl
dune"n for reha.Mnr and disco* Kamle E. Plnder. RUB. Ed.. NOTHING DOWN e i
n*. fact month to <'Ome.< not Northwestern. ; Ruth R. Slmmi.
.f wvf monr an the others has Mus. FA.. North Dade; Catherine
not firm and Hear for me I la W. Smith Elem. Ed.. Rnnche
atmral.inr" the elation return, Park; Christine A. Turner Elem. THIS NEW CO-OP APARTMENT IS | j
ft
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tb. fart that so many people Ed., Llllie C. Evans.Straighten .
turned out to rote which la la I 196VS BIGGEST OPPORTUNITY TO t ft
Itself a wonderful demonstration
o
Itt the. determlnatl of the t OWN YOUR APARTMENT.
American people to rid them

selves of their apathy and take fv 'WJr.D..1l. -.ffJ..riJJil. ..... gh
active
an part In deciding our
national policy and
program.
Another Important fact alone YOU BUY AN APARTMENT

this name line Is the remark
that Thru it on Morton National\ Efficiency Apartment-$15 weekly
Republican Chairman, made
several days ago when asked 1-bedroom Apartment-$16 weekly
!I
what factors contributed to the
defeat of Vice President Nlion. 2-bedrootn Apartment--421 weekly I _
One of the thlnrt he mentionedwas !
the large Negro rote, plus your hair M These weekly payments includes Gas, water, store, garbage collection,
the Totes of other minority at HOME In one taxes and insurance.
groups, which wtrlhute4 h..v N
ItT ta deciding how the election easy application I

went This proves beyond any New THESE APARTMENTS
fcav.
shadow of yen .asy4. WILL SELL FAST
a doubt, that the Nerro It
MB** .
--ys* tyi .uaJJ.'
vote Is very Important, and Usr. list wWt .. hack .wabgw..als. BETTER HURRY
alw tfa. casting of each indivi _......... e
dual ballot Proof again, that In ,... ...,,.1-, .'''7 "fir
a and close very election decidedly, votes so. do count Ir swy ....... f e For more details and inspection of apartmentssee

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This column, and also this OJCKTL* paper, has stressed countless B la Economy Jitgji !

portanc times In of the deritterinr put. the great and Tot Im eta-,swYWir..... ass s*'Iae .,..... Betty Lee
AT ALL COSMETIC Co-op
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I HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLSBUNCHE THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA I

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SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960
PARK I er on the topic -The Role of the ULLIE C. EVANS
Parent In Aiding the School In
Activities for American Education Achieving its Educational Goals." During last week the atmosphere
Week began a* all good Monday night was the PTA was filled with "Stronger LIBERTY CITY RAINBOW PARK

sustaining thing should with regular meeting night affording Schools For The CO'." as was the The American Education Week
tike most educators
This week
tribute to God. The .
a faculty
a further eitenslon of the day's theme for American Education observance at
success
was a
Is excited over
.
everyone
member were In attendant at
Week.
theme. A lire
the various churches demostratlon from National Book Week. Mra. Ellf Rainbow Park with. the chairman
In the
community the I During that time there were
primary department Informative commute
was abeth Atkinson our school librarian Willie Nelson The
on Sunday Nov I to
,
and many .("11"111.oIQIIt on at Lll-
enjoyable. Teachers as a special treat enter planned many activities for the
worship.
participating in the demon lie C. Evans depicting each of Each
tamed the Intermediate students school and community.
Each day activities'
planned and consummated were ration were Mrs. Doris Burley, the general theme's sub taplca. with her Monday presentation of morning grade group prevented
with
Mrs Lillian Davis and Mrs There were many Interested the movie: ""Heidi, la eafetorl- the devotional period Appear
the daily theme In mind In keeping Helen SUibbs. Mrs. Louise parents out to our last PTA Rev
I LewI um at 2 p.m. on Friday Nov II. lair on the program were
with Monday5 theme. II.I did the narration. The themeof meeting. These parents viewed She plans' to fulminate her activities Austin Cooper and Elder Char'",.
"Interested Parents StrongerSchools the demonstration was What interesting demonstrations presented by presenting a playlet. Other speakers were Miss Clifford
." an ardent parent Mra. Parents cn do |B the home to by the following teachers: 'The Magic Fishbone" by Chas. Richardson and Mr*. Vic
Evelyn Trnes, was guest speak* Hedp Pupil" Mrs LaVerne narkley, Cth gradedemonstrated Dickens. toria Roger

with a class of Ith i In keeping with American Education .
I
graders. Teaching New Arith Mrs. Sara Cherry's' fourth week. the pupil were
metic". Mrs. Lillian Peterson grade class observed National allowed to go through votingprocedures
demonstrated teaching reading nook Week by writing book reports under the supervisionof
with a fourth grade class. Mr. T. and making Illustrations the librarian Mr*. Ruth Can
A Pogue and Mr T. L. Alburr. therefrom Larry Owens RalphSwanson soft The candidate representingthe
gave demonstrations about the and Patricia Martindeserve I political parties made campaign '
various phases of physical education honorable mention for speeches which Inspiredthe

Charles Rogers presenteda their' ontstadlag projects.As I student In casting vote
musical' demonstration with we all know, faculty meetIng Yvonne Simmons represented the
both parents and students part was held Nor. 15 Instead of Republican Party while Willie
clpatlng. ast week. Well the Junior Red Henry was a Democratic candi
On Wednesday our parents Cross group really had a big date
along with the business men of treat for the many parents andfriends
our community ere Invited to who were at PTA meetIng Oa Sunday Nov. 11 the faculty
sip coffee while listening to Mrs on Tuesday night for the worshipped at first Baptist
Jane Roberts a school: hoard play "Nlckles and Dimes was Church of Opa Locks Rev Ma-

member discuss "Able (bardMembers enjoyed by everyone Thanks Is eon pastor.
Stronger Schools" She sent to the sponsors Mrs. Glen- PTA meeting was held Monday
spoke at length about population' dens Edward and Mra. Vera night. Th. president Mr.
: : pr trends, budgets and school sites. Simons who did an excellent Crews made a report on the PTA
She extended "an Invitation toi Job In making the production conference that was held taDeerfleld
E.: parents to visit any of the board possible.' He I. urging all parents '
I la the
.. I meetings to please help projects
Mra Gussle. Dobbs speech consultant
..... Mrs ..'"""'+th Ptttman. .prtn'clpal deserves a special !I Mrs planned Constance for the Wither year, one
of Poineiana Park TOemenitarr "thank you" from our staff forthe
I of our fifth grade teachers 1* ill
dettchted the student
... .:t School help, given the second grade wishing for her a
I and we are
( body and faculty with remarks teachers at the Initial opening of I IF.TV I
(I enficernlnc quality teach at our school on Tuesday speedy recovery
; I era During this time orchidsI I morning Nov. 1$. Our faculty has Increased. )It..

-_ I were pinned on Mrs Maggie O.. During the past week MrFlenberg Leona Cooper a graduate of
Scott, one of our second grads our tone superintei. Lincoln University. Mo., la one
Special American Education '- teachers and Mrs Gladys R. dent visited our school. f of our third grade: teacher and
Week Assembly was graced "ltbthe I[ NoticeThere Johnson, rttth grade, who an Miss Virginia Cooper a graduate ,
presence of Mrs Anna UrenHer eligible recipients of carrer Increment The school family wishes 10 of Florida AAM, a first grade
Meyers. Her charm and wisely will be a demonstration Beautiful corsages werealso > thank the parents and friendwho ,. teacher.Parents..
chosen word held each listen given at Polnciana Park Elementary pinned on our two Interns,. helped to make our Nov. 11! visited the school In
I I
.r spellbound. School Friday night, !i Messrs Dorothy Lane and Christine Parent Teacher Conference i. great number on Parent.Teacher

November >. was dedicated tc I Nov IS at S o'clock. Adults only { Turner from Itethune Cook. success. Conference Day to observe pup-
teacher. Mrs. Prances Scott olfcal I De early to get a seat. 1 man Col.:>.... In hopes that they Much to the surprise of everyone I'. work and to share with teach
Opa Loeka Rlementary was I too will become quality teacher the Ullle C Evans Tigers rr* general Information eon
truest speaker A tribute was : I Miss lane I. Interning under beat the Liberty City PI..m.nta"n..n reining the progress of the
paid to Mrs. Gladys Solomon at Mrs Mary II Edwards and Miss last Friday However at rhlldren.
teacher of the day North Dade Juniors .I'Turner under Mm Maggie Scott. the return match on Monday. Rosa L. Fortson. principal
CorneJIus W. Grant a graduate On Friday a total of 211 parents Nov 14 the two teams scored 12 teens Cooper and
of Florida A AM University visited and conferred with 12 Let's look forward to the return Virginia Cooper reporter
Law School and a prominent Present PlayThe the teachers" of their children match between the two faculty .

rlllten of Opa Locka. served at The Prince and Princess of teams which Is scheduledfor
nest speaker on Thursday. In a talented group of Junior IJ'lle C Evans will be crownedon Nov 21. 3:20 p m. oa the out 111 for three week
dynamic manner yet simple" high school teenagers who corn Nov 1ft at 2 p m daring our Ullle C Evan field., Mr*. Cupldlne Dean I* servingis
enuofth fer our youngest to .nlerstand .< I prIM the North Dade Junior. annual LIIHe C Kvan Day program Rose are sent to the fellowtng our Oral Communication
he unfolded the theme, Playmakers will preeeat the hi.arlous Our Prince" I. Clifford Rd teachers for their undying I 4Id.. Each morning via public
-Ample Funds Stroniei mystery comedy. "There's wards a fourth grader from contributions beyond the call of tddree system, she points out
Schools M"Shaltenging Always a Murder." In three acts Mrs. \\' M C..}***'* class and duty Mary Love. Hasel I eves, he correct form of part of
on Nov 22 at S p.m. In the audi the Prince .. Sh*>l.a Peterson '. Eloulse Cody Karl Williams. speech as well a* correct riff,..
Curriculum -- torium.There's. a second grader from Mrs. Gloria Margaret Cms and Irene Straagher Mrs. J!. D Ixtve. reporter
Stronger hool..S' served a. Laeey's class An I Invitation and Ethel Wilkinson.,
I.I Isa
Friday theme Friday was also Always a Murder. I Is extended to all parents and Mary r Williams, principal
parent teacher conference day I play which stems from. an actual I friends to At noon a p.ft'ut.tf'&cbn confer' I murder ease It uses a cow the wonderful program Looking for a PAD?

epee dinner was favored with blnatlon of horrifying melodramawith Alee ntll principalAleilne ELEMENTARYFriday
Mrs Inca Fryson. curriculum assistant laugh provoking comedy 1)rI.aM' reporter DUNBAR Slick Chicks or Bit Dad
giving: a talk on lhtheme which makes It a play praised It r - closed the best organic
Parents and friends expressed drama "..... from Maine to *d observance of American Edo No SquaresCATS
delight from observing New York Fhe plot of the play Notice -atIon Week ever held by Dun

the school's display that Is setup centers around a young married >oimi\viNTimv! ITA har Open House and our Second
In a vacant store at 221 coup'e. Kim and Druetlla Taylor All parents of students enrolled I Annual' Night. of Stars were heldon but poeUHr.ljrNO
Danche Park West Drive The couple. mere Into anapartment at Northwester High Schoolare Thursday Members of lb.n..la BRATS

It I. to be noted that pupilsserved and are immediatelyhaunted regseHe to attend the regHlarljr Club chorus with very
each day on the programas by pfcoae calls and a monthly meeting of the gorgeous well as In the direction olvisitors series of other strange happenIngs PT\ which wt I Ihe.d: on Monday Trio. the talented Turner family
Druetlla tries to solve. the deal with a wheel
through the school durIng Is Nov 21 at PM Rememher i Minnie formerly attended Dun
which
the weekSylvia mystery of a murder committed tHe PTA needs coq and you bar and our own Cherrye Mills
been Bread
8 Lambert. Prin. supposed to have seed the. PTA. Dover a good trouper, who sang Bring
Ilr> etta '.Itb.... reporter In the apartment, and everything and Mc'ed the show made this anl..ht
brglns to happen fast. - ---
--- I of enjoyment for our many 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave.

J W. JOHNSOn ELEM. I You can't afford' to miss tWstieJtlng I Is. your child a lovely dane I Dunbar family groups.
which. features The Live Classroom Demon
production ? Let her join the Fin.
National Children's RookWeek Carr. er Monday thru Thsjr
Carr. Marsha castration.
Joseph
the 42nd celebration of Elva Evans Anthony Armbrlsttr.Nancy Aria Conservatory Two for day In the windows of the Leonard .
the event Is being observed atvur I Co.ebrook; Mary Carson the price of one dance lea Store, was a first for Dunbar Beautiful Horn off

Torts school through renewed ef Paulette. Robinson Gladys Perry. son. Registration Saturdays and also a ant In our area using Your Lot
to stimulate and motivate grade level and
\rtbur'rlllt and Cecil CUrow more than one
every child to read good books I The play Is being directed by 10 a.m. Carver YMCA. and special as well as regular

The first grade Is getting arqualnted "> I Sties Evelyn Mos --- .,. rlassmom teachers So much was
with books through .... learned daring the planning. attention
story plays and story telling; the .# and evaluation of this activity '
second grade Visiting Our nook ... .. A skeleton committee hasalready
Friends; the third grade EnjoyIng ,-of .; J' '< ;., I : been set up for nell

Books Through an Art Project .'- ; rear's demonstration la order to
.
on Story Characters: fourth I achieve the best results with the
and fifth grade. are traveling irs .... f'. i I I least confusion and Interruptions.

through books; the sixth grade, .. .; Complete evtldisp iervle
Living In the past t"r*sect and Beginning on Tuesday and asa .
future through books by drama i part of our .1f-8tud, Pratt PLANNING
each graderroup
fixation and eorecurrleular read rum one person from BUILDING
lag these themes were accentedby Is demonstrating activities
correct the e FINANCING
chapel programs.Mrs. which will help to
MaWI Long. chairman of J' nine' most frequently noted errors Vevr New Mate
the PTA meeibersMp committeeIs found la the written communications

working diligently. to reach t I of our pupils. NoDewBPayment
Its goal Dunbar Is grateful to ... ableto

The chairman of our Health "fJ- participate la the ElY Speech
lad grade
for
Committee MrsE. Gibson and Therapy program
her chairman did a wonderful pupils Initiated on Tuesday Thisprorram 8lf- Over Twenty' Yearn ..1CeeMrustiea
Implement our
during
Job with the children
laMHene
Practlcum.
the doctor's visit Study
Education Week Is bhind us Mrs. Ealella Owacanteesl iatlefaetl
and ". are happy to see
but the essence of fellowship LaRoda of the lunchroomstaff
cooperation which it stimulated back oa the Job after a boot 1f f
hall linger In our memory with high blood pressure. Mra
E G. Primus principalS World, although still too III to mCJv U Q 9.rc

A. Osborne. nP'Jrt.rMIAMI wokUla -.. ax a substitute m
--- teacher arranged to view the PLI-3iG4

Ptaymakers: auditorium Theyare Live Demonstration and to compliment N.E. 79th St.Mlawi .
Jnstsr the asa
These 52 at I tn
TIMES ADS the teacher and c.....*..
ti captured during a serious ar.1 Pautotte JIoI t..... Marsha of the .
The
of 'There's participating prayer
rehearsal
THEY PAY At a
COST Gladys Perry and Mary with Mra.
DON'T I a Murder to be .... Carr Duabtr Family are
ways
&ALL OX 1.0421 TODAY at North Dado High School, :lot Carson. Josephine White who ha been





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I THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA NEW BOY SCOUTS Explorer unit .
Mr., Brooks said the fun and
:SOUGHT IN excitment of the IOth anniversary EXPERT WATCH AND
, PACE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1960 year scouting activities hural.ed CLOCK REPAIRS
"JUBILEEROUNDUP" the national membership
f to 5.043.000. Andrews' Jeweler

l'' ANNOUNCESNEW Attention All VetsThe I 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.

r POLICY American Legion, William There will be an opportunityfor UNITED FUND All work guaranteed
I
Henry Bethel. Post No. till hundreds of local boys to VOLUNTEER WORKERS 40 Years In Business.
I Is urging all veterans to Join us Join the Boy Scouts as the South
J In Richmond Heights and let's Florida Council Inc. Division WANTED FR 1.0112Advertise
make this a strong eonamunltjr. launches Its "Jubilee Roundup"
, We are still working and baring membership drive according to Call Garth C. Reeve
Alexander; Brooks, chairman of
affairs eitherIn
our Saturday night
the Division Dial S.Roy OX 1-0421 It !
% the Center or at the home ofa Pays
Legionnaire. Also we are askIng Scout troops and Explorer
h each and everyone to come units will all participate in the
out to our tournament which
4 wl.l be each Friday night at 8:00: drive. WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot
different
events
Many are
at the home of Joseph Steward
scheduled. Most of the units will
St post commander. 146(0 FU ore hold Jubilee Roundup, open 00 x 110 Good for 2 tmiU-41,250

For further Information : acquainted with scouting
kL: I Joseph Stewart. Edward
I an:I join.
I Hanna Jr. or Murray James Jr..
BRAND NEW bedroom
-Lovely 2 bath and
chairman of publicity INDF At least 1860 boys are expectH garbage
i --- --- -- to be In scouting locally by oak floors, tile roof, boflt-tn electric kitchen
IVc 31. Currently enrolled are
Let your boy blow his hornat C 16 Cub Scouts, ages eight to 1430 N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.
our Fine Arts Conserva- ten in 20 Cub Scout packs; 715
1 tory band class. Thursdays Hoy Scouts" ages 11 to 13 In Boy SEYMOUR BARONJE
4 p.m. Registration Satur'Scout troops and 41 high school 8-1340 JE 2-4343
use Exp.orers participating In
day 10 a.m. Carver YMCA the new exploring program In S

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Cyde K.]len3, popular proprietor -
and r:.:::atr of the Fiesta Our
8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
Club <(2 &:.; :ntnr! this week a
brand no-' po.iry for his wide/;
known club Effective tmrnedi.! A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY
ate, there -A.l: be two sparkling<
floor shows every Paturda and
Sunday nits.The h J't 7fc. t, ..- r i { Z
first how will begin 11:20 \ y
pm. The shows will feature an .
all-itar cast with new faces and
acts each week The ad-Ti lesion
.
on Saturday will be 11.000 and .
on Sunday 76e. tax feel Tables

free.M ; ';
u a I e will be furnishedby !
Dizzy Jcncs and J-'s orchestra
and the congenial Bobby Marshall .
w::) be the master of cere" .

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danrrr Flint sensational skate Open Sunday 12 to 6 p.m. One mortgage only.I Call PL the dignitaries, principals,
who wilt be featured in
the Fiesta show Alto appearing See 5200 N.W. 10th Ave. 7-1645 to show. teachers, doctors, lawyers? ThisU
la the review will b. King Patch it!!
the funny man. Al Garner, blues
singer. Mi Kih. exotic dancer. U See Miss Myrna 1-6 p.m. Sunday -
Thomas Hart one leg dancer Two nice homes, next to each
the Inspiration Quintet Etta i other. Quiet area, fenced. Open $350 DOWN $75 MONTH at 6090 NW 9th Ave.
Jones and others. Sunday 16
p.m. Buys this small home at Fair
OI KX norsK FIIIDAY
Open House with admission See 1955-1965 53rd St. Realty. Good for couple. Large

free will be held every Friday deep lot. Total price
only $6450.
nltcht. Special attractions will Only $795 Down Each Can you qualify for FHA? We

also be presented at the open have a bedroom CBS home,
house The public la always invited U
to the Fiesta Club. close to NW 12th Ave. bus on
2 CBS HOMES ON 1 LOT
For this ccmpletely redone home NW 51st Terr. One mortgage,

Bryant to Address Only $995 Down at 1739 NW 59th St. Jalousied, only $81.43 month, nicely furnished

Junior College large lot, close to NW 17th Ave. landscaped.
Income from rear home will and 62nd St. Buses, city water,

ConvocationFarris nearly pay off mortgage. Quiet One mortgage only, with deed. Only $1,495 Downarea.
rant. srovernor-eleet Close to 2 bus lines. Nicely $80 month.
of Florida, will deliver the prtndps financed. Includes all closing costs. Hurry.
address at inauguration = = .7-: = = == ;-;-= : : : = :
ceremonies for Dr. Kenneth Rast See 1350 N.W. 52nd St. 4t
Williams, first president of the
new Dade County Junior College HOME AND INCOME
on Friday. Nor IK at 10 BRAND CBS SPECIAL!!
a.m. In the Dade County Auditorium NEW 3-BEDROOM Completely furnished, 3 bed.
2901 W. Flaxler St. CBS HOME room and 2-bedroom, carport, bedroom, large rear Florida

Friday's Classes exercise have been so that excused students for $595 Down-$85 Month front patio. room, furnished kitchen, modern

may attend the inauguration Open Sunday 1.5 p.m. See 7800 N.W. 15th Are. bathroom.
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