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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 26, 1960
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Police Cadets Score High .:.


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first Integrated police In the upper third of the 20- lines of fall own thinking" Coast Guard Academy. Both of .
training course In Miami comes member t'lu..re two others A member of the group Is them scored top of the clan consistently
to a dON on Dec. 22 A Negro Cadets John M. Oaf, 24, and Cadet Sandra Youelt. 22. daugh.ter said the academy oft
cadet Is among the top fire and James F. IIlnf''. !1, of Assistant Police Chief J. Hil.
two others are In the upper "As far as I know, this is the J. A. Youell who was praised aa The program is medeled along?
I t rFAJitfAY third. first class of any city In the an ".Itf>U.at" student who nertr military lines. It Includes a
: South where Negro and White skipped any of the tough classesIn morning "spit and polish" In.spectlon .
I Negro members of the Miami' and the 1C.week course. She will
cadets have trained, studied and Instruction In morwthan
SEItVES AS RUSSIA Police Academy were commended be assigned to the shoplifting
eaten together, Lt. Dixon ald. CO courses Including
LINGUIST David llryant. who II for" "more than holding their He praised all the cadets for I outfit mathematics, vocabulary, grammar .
Mended Florid AAM mire own. by Lt Paul Dixon assistant !I their Mzealous spirit. and made Sons of high ranking Miami and the laws of etidenceVennis
slty from IftM until entering the i I director and h. singled out the observation that police of. official are the other two They Moore 22 .Is rated top
Wary In 1012 la employed' a. a Cadet Mne W McMllllan for fleers "must set an example In are Stuart Senneff, Jr., 1C. son of the class, and Paul Ward Lt
RuMUji liacolsc And.or re** rrtiJuJyt special credit. Integration" of the police chief of MiamiShorn president Police Capt. 0 1 e n
for the National Security JkfcUIUan.. 11. scored second We let each trainee know he and also a three.yeaf" Sudduth I Is In charge of the pea
y.' tie hoi* the rank of CM among ICO applicants on the entrance Is hired for a job and not for his West Pointer; and Norman AfiTdervon. >am, and teachers are from tha
II MiprrrUnt aa aJl.white examination, and nevet opinion" he added "There Is BO 21. whose father Is chiefof Tnlverslty of Miami, the FBI,
nit. )fro Ilrraat U A satire tat fell below 92 per cent in hit place for an on-dutr policemanwho Radio Patrol, and who also and police graduates of U.--
VaMoeta, C*. I I testa. Interprets the law alone the spent three" years attending UMP c.na Institute C

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38TH YEAR NO. 14 MIAMI FLORIDA, SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1960 TEN CENTS 16 PAGES
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FAMU PICKS LANGSTON FOR Agents Moonshine Pull Raid 2 State I




State and federal agents, suppliers
ORANGE BLOSSOM CLASSIC working with county officers, i Agents quickly grabbed two'
struck suddenly: la two states of the fly* Mlamlans on their
Tuesday to shatter a moonshinering suspect list They arrested Bobbie
they said has brought 2,000 !.*. Davis, 41. who operates
gallons a week to South Florida Dob's Restaurant at CUI NW
Lions UndefeatedIn rrn Maryland State ,rambling I.-a" often hauling the 'shine la aschool 11th ate at his place of business.Flaky .
and Alabama A and )I. Tbrir wins for 19CO Include:

9 Games Before the Ink' could dry *. Texas College 47..; Paahadle The raids bus., directed from Miami said Davis, with ...
the The Langiton University Lions tag hurled at .',un"'s brad coach .:*.t Central 34.19; Southwestern Florida counties and the Big aril white. Is believed. to handle
of Oklahoma will oppose the Jake Galtner for selecting a S4 14. Northwestern 827; fiend area of Georgia a play "10 lo 10 per cent of the 'shine
Florida A and M University Hat patsie opponent Despite Northwestern 27.14. and South. wilderness| northwest of Jackson funneled through the ring to
tiers In the 21th annual Orange snaton's undrfrattd. '.0 record western -4C.7. vllleIly. Dade retail outleta.
Blossom C.aulc la tae Orange the know.It.ails are asking Both seams have met a common '
Tuesday night two alleged Howard couldn't b* l-i>ted.
-Just who did Langttan bf'aU" Lincoln I'nlver.
Dowl Dr 10. opponent-
distributors were under arrest la but agents picked up Mt" Cad.
Well, answers the smart boys, .. of MiMOurl I ngston
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The announcement was made Dad. right suspects held In ll.ac la his driveway at a rut
Tuesday, a few days after feel "Just who did FAMU bf'aU"I.&D..loa squeezed by f.O.and the Rattlers Jacksonville and automobileswere dente at 1240 NW Clth st
en had been sent out to South. I. an Integrated routed them 4C f. under seizure orders all up Then they arrested L+Ro)

- school though the student body aniMea Is a hlxh.scoriag and down the line of the opera (Ilully>)> Curry 14, at Georgia
Is dominantly Negro They be. team like the Rattlers The Oklabeaisas tlon Cafe. NW 2nd ave.. and 7th st.
long to. while. soutawMrtern have pt.d' : up >00ttolats Out of slat undercover agents and seized an automobile ownedby
athletic eeflfwa and a;1 their la nine games for a 22.2 were brought la to trace the Curry
victories exempt one has been average The Rattler average 1s .
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r 6Attorney Junior CollegesDADE SHELL'St

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ALLOTTED ed at 757Th : I "9MIMHTKJLA r
following funds were ask. I
ed for t.*it4i.... at 24 existing. .. ...
v /, $5,029,971I junior <<'&11....: Moab urn l1ApKS'r ur"'s rtes ,._., '' ..... -tt .-1tt

!I Florida Legislature was star County: white, $220.221. h sus ".
tasked' on Monday h r the StateI S.,..,. IS2.44S; llr.vard. white S : ,;
I Advisory fouaeil to appreciatef S174C29K. Negro fllt.lfl; .M1ICA It a \j jew t,
U 4'4 :5I to expand 2C ex Hrewsrd: white and Negro (common r .
Istlss: tunlor reneges. and II. .sdnlatratloa). 12.219.971; IT j .
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I 17' 704 to bittM six new ...... Dade white. and Negro common 1A111.'"
The fund are to establish Mm4eHtrstMn.< : IK.029971! .4i ..t .
; Reraaibla. white. 1129.107 Negro
I three white and three Negro fa. __ "
f dlltlea ia I*"* Qrang. ..'ao-l.1 ; 172471.; Jackson: white -
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and Osceola County area, the ilttt.211.. Nitre "...Itl: Mad. -t MN 'r
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Frank Reeves of j', Lake Snmter area and LeeChar.Ml ; lsna: white $271,711. Negro
I I UZ.'U: Marion, : white S220.
Washington D. CN who .*rr"l .* Coilier.Ieadry) <>lads area I
aide to Prt'tlld..t..lwt I John F. j I The program was adopted by 176 Negro IS2.0S1.: Palm Beach
Kennedy was in Miami, for a the council of educators and white 11..472.27S. Near 192.202; .
short post campaign rest He laymen after J Ilroward Cal IMaellas white U.21. .942. Y
Ire f S2<.002; Putnam S"I I
and Attorney Henry Arlington. pepper, board of control director
who mastered the Kennedy cam. i! warned! that Florida will be 1219102. Negro 140(24, St
palga among Negroes in Florida!' forced to turn away thousands of Lud..bU.: UU.n Negro
went to Nassau by the cruise qualified students In the next till 131 ; Va4uia white 1291CI2
ship .... F.orida After visiting d.....". if new universities are Negro 1221.222Turkey r \
that city for three days h. pro. j DOt bulk at Boca Raton and Pen. - :: i ir .
seeded home via New York I .fOIa and existing universitiesand i -
junior colleges are cot expaadrd t,
Classic '
Reeves. who .Is national cornmitteeman : Day + '
to take care of a predict ; fT. .
for the District of : ,
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ed lei.OOO students In 1170. !
Columbia, has been suggestedfor Northwestern 43 I
a District cemmitsioaer's poet The funds asked for the 21
Bat It was learned from reliable jufilor colleges are as follows: j B. T. Washington 0 VICKKT against Shell's where IS CO HE I
sources that the Washington attorney Most expensive to establish SIIELL..I members were ordered arrested
has his eyes. on a federal would two the two fa the Or. i Northwestern halfback Members of the Or... August 17 by the manager during
JndgeshlpReeves'. ange-Seatlaoie-Oseeeta. area lor.1Ik'1a I )MJalsterla Alliance turned '.ot a sit-in la the SneU's lie. t
only comment on. I the council asked $1.. Bobby Felts scored fire TDs hut Friday afternoon to take tauraat
commissioner's appointment was 101.111 for the white center Thursday night in Miami their turn la tbe picket line at The Rev 8 A. Cousin, tolnla.
that he hoped the next chosen and ufI.tn for the Negro cea.ter Stadium aa the Bulb buried I Shell's City Supermarket on NW ter of Greater Bethel AIm,
for that post would be selectedfor I Potential .rot..t for the the BTW Tornadoes 43-0 7th ate at 19th at Church U "saowa leading the
his quallfiieatlons and not bl'l hKe college' to about 2.272 but I More, than 20 ministers car. picket Has-Johnson of Miami
race. the 1SC2 enrollment was estisut. rled picket signs of protest photo



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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA .Collins to Get Human Relations Award

PAGE 2 SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1960


Governor LeRoy Collins ha declared. ,being tendered him by the Lean
been chosen a. the 1IC1 recipientof The governor will recelrc the I,I[on Dee. 10 at the Diplomat
Elks Hold the Antl. tamaUon League's I award at a testimonial dinner I Country Club.
State Leonard L. Abai Unman Relation __ ___n__
' Award It wa announcedby
Paul SHderman the Lease's
Florida chairman The award
Meet in Arcadia consists of a plaque and a con
trlbntion of 1000. earmarkedfor UNIFORMSSPECIAL
research Into Inter-rronp' te.laUolI. .
Officer of the Florida State .. "Gorernor Colllna wu

blks Association held their annual Jll'IUXO HOLIDAYS the unanimous choice of the
mtd-winter Conference Sun. award committee because hU DISCOUNTS TO
day So,.. 13 at Peace River Elks CUBA OFFERS contribution" towards the realltatlon -
Lodge Hall In Arcadia with 49 of moral reatlonihlpi
officers and representatives of 10-DAY EXPENSE within the Brotherhood of Man CHURCHES & GROUP ORDERSWe
Elk Lnd,... from all over the hare been unique. Impressive
state present TRIP FOR $100The and timely His ship of state ha
State president W O. Perry been guided by the Judaic carry the largest selection on long and abort
presided over the meeting during i Fair Play For Cuba I Christian precepts of Justice for
which time report were heard Committee this week announcedthat VI More cannot be said of an sleeve uniform in MUmL Our representatives will
by Grand District Deputies. It was sponsoring a ten-day, I elected official." Mr Selderman
State Secretary John Keene low.cost. round trip tour to Cuba come to your church- No obligations.
State Treasurer Ernest Terrell. over the Christmas holidays Departures .
State Matle Director Harold; will be on Dee. 23 from
Illggs. State Commissioner of New York City and Miami ria Christmas Gifti I
Education Maxw..H Raton State Cubans Airlines Return lights i i
Commissioner of Civil Liberties will be to the same cities and ''Party Given
J. P Moses Slat Director of will arrive on Jan 2. Total cost I .
Junior. Herd Rennle F. 11111. State of the trip. Inc.udlng plane fare The American Legion Auxiliary Robins Uniform Center
Commissioner of Veteran Affairs and all expense in Cuba will be I ifnlt No 1 U rare their annual
Leon F. Gonialtt State Director S100 from Miami and 1220 from ChHutmas Gift Party at the home
of Public Relationsorman| E. New York. 'I of Mrs. Mannle Montgomery At
Jones and representatives from In Cuba members of the tour this party members and friends 5900 Sunset Drive
subordinate to lod .. will stay at the luxurious Ha. attended bringing rifts whichare
'veteran hospitals South Miami MO 6-8501
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tent to three
The ...Iton welcomed vane Riviera Hotel famous for .
was withbrief I t IIU throughout the state' Th.hospitalised
swimming pools cabanas
remarks by Sheriff Walton : casino and nightly' entertainment. ', 'veterans make their 1719 N.W. 10th AvenueOpp.
e f De Soto Cowntv Peace River choice of gifts and send to their
I Tour members will be free todecide
Rnler
Lodge Exalted Isaac Jones families In time for Christmas Avery
Jackson Ho FR 4-1108
and State Dauthter how they want to occupy'their p.- I
President I rendered
i' ten days In Cuba Thosefavoring : enjoyable proirrajn was
ThomaMna r
Floyd
with Mrs. Theresa Clark
President Perry rave his re. .. a carefree holiday of.a.y ''as chairman. Mrs Fannie Jernl 2204 Collins Avenue I
tiring will be able to derotethefnselre
port of th. 19ftA
State Conven. general chairman Mm
gao ;
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to the tourist Miami Beach-JE
attrae.tiaras 87272BONDED
tlon held last
April In Daytona Nell Clifton president We anpreriate i I
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for which Cuba haa long II
Retch and the Grand Lodge held been the cooperation of our I
noted Those who.o interenti
In Chlcarn In
Auntvt where hewas friends.

elected: an officer In the are more serious will be afforded many.. ____ ______ _________ ___._______ .____________ _n I II
Council of State Presidents.MKMiiKitsitii opportunities and faclll. I A-. '::' -. .'' '''''- -i--- '!'"'2--.
tle. to obsere and study at firsthand .>>.5'-.a..", -r.-s.----i"'iF'i.: ."".. _. _. _._:.__
: mtrvKThe the change going on In ,
the unique social laboratory that
first proclamation of new. I I. prevent day Cuba
ly elected Grand Exalted Ruler
Hobson R ReynoMs was head In i Among the numerous special J COLLECTIONAGENCY 2S
which a special dispensation was I features offered the 'good neigh. S J
announced for a nation wide |I bor' visitors on this an... nle
membership drive. to reinstate (( Included tour will be a trip from >
former members and to recruit Plnar del RJo In the West to the
new members at a special low purple mountains of the Sierra
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Inc.
f.+fIn Maestra In Orelnte province at
recocnltlon of this proela. the eastern end of the Island ttt =
oration Perry Initiated a state The Fair 1'1.Or Cuba Com. 4
wide membership drive In honor mlttee Is sponsoring the tour in
nl the Grand Exalted order to enable Americans, on
appointed' a state membership Ruler and the basis l of their own flrt.hand 2 Offers Another First tt''
drive' committee" to develop a observations to Judge what Is
prorram for going on In Cuba today It em.
membership drive spearheading
The State President paid tribe friendly to Americans and ;
tite to Education Commissioner want them to visit the Island It .
Faxon and all officers of the Ed farther emphasise that a. a re.
uratlon Dept for suit of the resolution all tee.tige. .
a most success i Own Your
ful Education Program climaxd of racial discrimination and Apartment
by Seymore Whit field of secreraUon Cuba. hare been abolishedIn IK I
Tampa a graduate of Mid die too
luck and sponsored by nay City --- -
Ixxlre. winning the Grand Lodre INDUSTRIALEDU. :
Oraterieal Contest 11 Chicago He j e NOTHING DOWN e

stressed a strong the educational vita' importance departmentand of ASS'N MEETSThe

urged that every. lodge spon. Florida Industrial Ednca ,.
sor at least one educational pro. lion Association District No iheld THIS NEW CO-OP APARTMENT IS
gram In their respective com.mtiBlty Its annual' election meetingon
each year Saturday Nor IS at North 1960S BIGGEST OPPORTUNITY TO
The conference was adjourn western Senior High School Our
ed at 4-JO: pm with a note of past president. Lucius Crawford OWN YOUR APARTMENT.
optimism B'kdom will enjoy Itsgreatest presided over the first half of
growth S the coming" the meeting. ----------------- ZZ
rears and the 1141 Slate Con Our new president for this w-----------------
vention will be the largest year Is Willie I,. McBtrey: rice ARTMEN-----------
and
roost successful in history. president. Lewis Stokes secretary B NOW YOU BUY AN AP u
Nathaniel Rotvlnson.: tiessurer. I

FATALLY Theodore Dlue; reporter. Efficiency Apartment-$15 weekly
David Simmons; eJtaplsin Wll

STABBED i I I Ham David nUl.I Simmons. w.. aw nd II.I bedroom Apartment $16 weekly .

awards chairman committee.The of the. If iolastlc and I bedroom Apartment-$21 weekly I II
A 39 year-old man was stab B
bed to death at bis roominhouse g was second held half with af John the Paris meetIng I M These weekly payments include Gas, water, stove, garbage collection,

last Friday lcht In an argument pr..id..t of the Florida Indu. i taxes and insurance. '
over a f J 60 debt police' =
aid. trial l.duration Association, presiding .

Detective Mike Contain said Mr Davis dlMu d "Gripesand i a THESE APARTMENTS WILL SELL FAST 6
Willie J. Roberts
"f 1020 NW '
Complaints on the State
chest 2nd ave. was stabbed In the Level Then he challenged the jM BETTER HURRY f i ii
Cth district to take a greater
Gonzales reported that 42.year I part In the development of a
old Lrvtti W II Tams. also a newsletter. an emblem for the i i For more details and inspection of apartments ft
roomer at 1020 admitted the association. scholarship and
stabbing P research for the organisation I B see our agent in apartment 105 at the PI

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I Deatrlce. Chum Herbert Wil

.. THIS and llama William CJwta McGee B. no,.John,.. Nor.Leslie SI; I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 PAGE 3

Howard Jr.. Nor. 27; MaedonDullard.
Tommie Pittman. Nov
2S; Ocle Doster Rose Stewart
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THAT. .e Mary Griffin Nov 20. 2 White Men

, THOUGHT FOR THE WEEK I

I By RUTH N. POLITETHANKSGIVING Thanksgiving means little unless
you are living thanks. Held in AssaultYAZOO
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PRAYER. MY THANKSGIVING DAY Fashion Review
Dear Father, there are so many WISH to you my readers. : May CITY. Miss, -- Three
thins for .which we. might give such a goodly number of bles. The Miami Hostess Club presents white men broke Into a Negro
Its Fourth Annual Fashion home near Yaioo and Let your boy blow his bornat
City rapeda
thanks today, but I aak first that tin its come your way you'll
.we may think on the meaning of waken every morning to a new Revue at the MI Lounge 1900 42-year-old mother and herfive.year.old our Fine Art Con"rralory -'
the feast rather than on the feast Thanksgiving Day.CORRECTION. NW 75th St.. Wednesday Nor. daughter. Yaioo
Itself. I thank thee that this day 30. t p.m. until Advance $1.25, County officers reported. band class. Thursday

has been vet aside for this purpose Naranja Elementary at door FR, 1374.$1.50.. For reservationscall District Attorney Hill Waller 4 p.m. Registration Saturday *
; that It means the worship School was one of the I said officers arrested three men 10 a.m. Carver YMCA
A ping torether of grateful. people schools which garnered" two spotsIn i and charged them with rape.Their .
the reunion of families and the children's book review Royal Twenty ClubThe names were not released.
" friend I do not know why wean project conducted by the MiamiNews. Royal Twenties. Women's
bH..fOd: to richly while others We failed to mention both Club of Coconut Grove held Its Waller said the three. broke FOR RENT
I struggle and starve, but help. us of them. Omitted was Geraldine last. regular meeting at the lore Into the hause about 2 a.m. Aft.
t always. to remember these others rtrinson, are 1 0, grade S, who ly home of Mrs, Leila Moore. er throe teenaged. children fled
' and feel a responsibility toward reviewed "Typewrltter Town"by Business! was disposed of and j I one man forced the mother out. CHOICE I.BEDROOM
them. In their need. ).Ia.e re. William J. Smith Please accept new plans formulated for the side to a ear and the child was CORNER APARTMENTSIn
I 1 gard our ,,"naM'f'I" a trust my apologies, Naranja. Added coming year. Much enthusiasmwas attacked la the house
not to be hoarded but to be put congratulations and a bouquet evidenced, by the response. tc I I Finest Buildln
to u...e; and may we. be "verrrateful. of my "choicest" hibiscus. the discussion. More on this la. The hospital says the child
not only for our food I definitely was raped" Waller ADULTS ONLY
and well being, but for the treat( rONOHATTI ATIONS Cadets ter.The hostess was thanked bEthel ) said. Both the mother and daugb. "
blessing of lore, and life's. richexperiences. Moses W. McMllllan. Jahn M., Peaty for serving such alovely ter were eiamlned at UniversityHospital 5815 N.W.12th Ave.
Amen.A Gay. James P Il1n.... for thefine and delicious. repast In Jackson and the
records you made while en. which was enjoyed by all. Many child was hospitalised.Waller SEE CARETAKER APT. NO. 7
rolled at the Miami Police Academy friend Joined In the after-meet. I
said one man was are
of thanks to Miss Mary
note .
Ing social to mark a very pleas.ant rested about daybreak In the car
teacher at Orownrvitl.
V Davis a end to this meeting.The .
Hlrh School for theThanksgiving I:with the woman and another waspicked
Junior THE SOtmiBASTBRN REGIONAL nest meeting will be held MIAMI TIMES ADSDONT
up on a highway near the
Prayer. Meeting of Zeta Phi on Nov 27 at the home of Mrs. house about an hour later. The
COST THEY PAY
Bets Sorority( Inc will be heldIn .
Ethel Peavy. 3735 Washington third .
was caught later In the day
t !Slttce Thanksrivlng Season Is Tampa Nor 25:'. The official Ave Coconut Grove i
a good time" to share let m. headquarters will be at the I -- ---
share the, following .with you. Greek 1109.... Greeks. Inc. 2001
Howard Are.The North Dade PTAThe

TIIK WOHI.D IS MINI session planned around regular monthly meetingof
the theme"Rtptoring, The the North Dade High School I
Today upon a bus. I saw a lor*. Alms of Zeta as Personal Goals ITA .will be held In the auditorium b
IT girl .with golden hair. And Directives" For Assisting of the school on Monday .
I envted tier she seemed so gay Youth Tampa Hay area host Nov 2X. at i p.m .
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and wfehed I were as fair. chafers have planned social All parents of North Dade }
When suddenly she ro.e to leave events for the 1U visiting Zetas Students and Interested personsIn
t saw her hobble down th. I and their families the community are urged to 4
aisle: -, From the Miami area .will go attend this .......Unc. The business
She, had. on. 1..,. and wore a has
Mrs Marian It Shannon associate department prepared a very open
rmtrh and as she passed Regional director of the : Interesting program centered e.
a smile. "- Seuthestern Region and d.t".1 around the enrollment for actionIn lheholiday
O God ferHve me when I whin sates Marguerite Miller. Doris the PTA
1 hare two l..n. Carey Smith. Wllhelmenla Mil Com out and support your season .
Tb. world It mine inn Eugenia H. Thomas; the ITAAnne. .
And then I stopped. to buy some singing group. The Zeta Clefts McCoy president witn the
sweets The lad who sold them and many others Charles D). Wyche. principal 'iE 3 .

f talked had' such with charm Mm- he seemed so I Meeting currently will be Attention All Vets .. .; gin that's
triad-If I were late 'twould do !. 7oF.T.A"ICAF. Friends. of
no harm. Zeta) Appearing on programs In The American Legion William 191 old
And a. I left he said to me: "t their sessions .will bo Mesdames Henry "..tb.., Post No. 211 years ,
thank you. You're been so May Dell Draynon. local<< prel. Is urging all veterans to join us
kind. "w dent. Susan Harris Dorothy Da. In Richmond. Heights and let's wl w .. ,*
tt', ntc to talk with folks like her. Ins IHackahear.Mrs make this a. strong community.We :e'ei
yen You see" he said *TraMind. mi* W Fisher. Savannah are still working and havingour ,
." State College. 'Is the Regional Saturday night affairs eitherIn '. '
0 Od ferrlve me when I whine. Director Mrs., Olive Williams the Center or at the home of.
1 Hare two eyes. .ts Regional Director of Zeta a legionnaire Also we are askIng
Tli world Is mine Amleae The National president i each and everyone to com
Later walklnc down the street .. Dr Deborah P Wolfe. QueensCollege. out to our tournament which
I MW. a efcl'd with eyes of blue NYWBWMVG I:I.will. be each Friday night at I'00
He Hood and watched the others 1 at the home of Joseph. "t..ard.pott .
star: M seemed he knew not ANNIVRRBART con.gratulatiofts commander. 14CCO Fllmor
what to do. are e,te*ded to Mr I St.For "
1 "'to s>e4 a .........t. th.*n I said/ : and Mrs Mack W S4 "Whv don't yen join the others Soy j& and Mr and Mrs David art Joseph Stewart. BdwardHanna
et..r" II De44*. Nor :C. Jr or Murray Janes Jr..
He looked ahead without a word. chairman of ittt liclty INDF
and then I knew he omild Bet HAPPY BIRTHDAY Oreettecs
hear to teas II. Dhlk4.. Charles E.Miller. .
0 O-od. forsive we when I whine. Thowas Pe ..... Nov 21; EXPERT WATCH AND
I have two ears.Tfce Dorothy. Sawyer. T...... RannUtrr .
worM .Is mine" Sey. 22.; Ktevl S Cody. CLOCK REPAIRS
With I Muss to take me where I'd Mary S WW Lugttsia T. ee......, I
ftn with eye to see the N .r J|; Willy. L Blue. Keith Andrews Jewelers
wa-set's flow R II'..... Huge'*!* H Thomas 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. II
With sore to hear what. I would David HisBSMMis Nov 24; Wlelfn All wsrk Susrants.d I II
know 0 Clod f erf Ire me 'd Morley. JOABBOQ. Geneva 11do1
when. I ....MDe.I J a..... BaH4- e eM f't t... hazel I 40 Years In Bus!****
am Messed l-.deed. The world Dav(.. A..4a. HoMA...., Nov 2S; I FR 1.0112 I
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Main Office at 740 N.W.,1t41 Av nw -*lOX 1-0411

Branch at 111t N.W. Thlrtl AV., MftnH, P.dahette. FR 1SUBSCRIPTION .


ONE YEAR f 1440 SIX MONTHS W.7 HATH* THREE MONTHS |1.7l T4T r I Wt.4L

dart* C, ".ey.., Managing Idltar and ..stfttat Manager S
H. E. $IQIMUNO'kUVtsD EdftorM

Itste.rd ffeoond Claw Kaltrr. AwfftM<' .. 1P27. at the Port Office ;. ,+
at Miami. FtoHda. fetodrr tile art of M,,rrh H. 1870OF .

'tIIEDO niK BOno rnl 8"
THE KKftRO tKK&8 fcrltrrf that America eaa best lead the world
from ntrtal and tuMlrmal antactooUm when It accord to every maamrrdtaM
nf racw" rafctr or creed bU homaa and focal HxbU. llatinc
.. MM. rwrtK aw man-in* Negro IVewt trim to help rrrry man
t* the Ana rwttsjf IbM all men are hart M lone aa anyone la held
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THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKKNOW .
t' --.L": ,--, ._, '""'-.-.. ." .., .._... -=--Wp.y__. YOUR AMERICA WEEK "--- ---- -- ----- "-- ---
go south to Allapattah Road lefton clpal water supply.
Know Your Amercia Week is an annual nationwide A SWIMMING Allapattah to Old Cutler Rd.,
series of community programs which aid in strengtheningthe POOL ALL YOUR then follow signs Lincoln distance Estates to tchoota.Is within church-walkIng ,*

spirit of freedom and combatting communism and OWN You wll. be pleasantly Surprised and big modem shopping cea.ters. .
other subversive Ideologies by encouraging our citizens to with the quality features you Nowhere else can you beat
rededicate themselves to the preservation of basic American Florida* most wnsatlonal !find In the Lincoln Estatt homes. this offer of a home with swim
Just Imagine fire different mod. mina pool for only II t.'" with
.
.
= principles which are exemplified and dramatized value See for yourself drift
els to choose fromAll: three low! low! down payment of
out to U. S. highway No 1 and
throughout the week. bedroom terrazzo floors awning 1290 to anyone, without a pool I
Know America Week is always observed in November type windows, beat, fiberglass the same hoaW would run $1.- I
during the week on which Thanksgiving Day falls. Come One Come All ceding Insulation built.In kit. 200 Payment only aad $17.97 Interest a I
month (principal
rhea appliances bath fixtures In
Each the President of the United States
year gives HAYS JOIIXXY 1,.",.10 color, tiled bathrooms, and glass only.) Drive out today. If you
written endorsement to the program. tub Inclosures They are painted should hare a transportation
It was launched in 1952 as a national experiment. To the King of Heart. N\V nth throughout with landscaped' problem eat; DeCarlo Hemes. III
Fifty states now recognize the week. Ave, and doth Kt. Ilock and Ron yards, sidewalks pared driveways 4.46S1 and arrangements will be
with TV and lleronlliMC Ktarm, and new roads, plus, must. made to get you there.
Perhaps the following creed might be appropriate On* the flat anti Ills Uo>..
during American Week: frartarfna Tummy Mlrhael and

I do not choose to be a common man. It is my rightto Sunday hi. ('w')Inc.afternoon Slnclnc:Jl Guitar|.m. til every H:3O I

be uncommon if I can. I seek opportunity-not security. ...... llrwr Gene blow two ......
1 do not wish to be a kept citizen humbled, dulled, by 'I .. a time.Youngest.
having the state look after me. I want to take the calculated -- -- -- 1 1I

risk; to dream and to build; to fail or succeed. I refuse Deacon 1I
to barter incentive for a dole. I prefer the challengesof I
- life to the guaranteed existence; the thrill of fulfill Ordained I

ment to the state calm of Utopia."I St Luke's Ilaptlst Church or \
will not trade freedom for beneficknce, nor my dig. rialned' Its youngest deacon. nro.
nity for a handout. I will never cower before any master Plenty Whltebead. 2S oa Fan.d .

nor bend to any threat It is my heritage to stand erect, lilt r. Nor aunt.20. Mm Arthur l... n slhst.w
proud and unafraid; to think and act for myself; enjoy Collins sends him congratula
the benefit of my creation, and to face the world boldly dons and prays that God will; /
and say thia I have done"-Anon.) bM) him and his family whenever 131rtoceAMU > t ,,
they may tu.
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EQUAL OPPORTUNITY DAY ThanksgivingMusicale ,

The Greater Miami Urban League, Karl Bishopric, I y.a.cri.. ;,,' Langston U.
w+ OKLA.
president will observe Equal Opportunity Day on Novem I

ber 29 with its second annual Equal Opportunity Dinner You are cordially Invited to R< at the New Everglades Hotel. attend the annual Thankcrtrlng m UTBUL CI1IIPIOII.
Guest speakers for the occasion will be James McBride Musicale presented by liar clean 'rot
Ptorr and ro..pon ored by the
Dabbs, president of the Southern Regional Council Patron's Council of James E. J
Inc. and His Excellency the Ambassador of Ghana to Scott Community Association's

the United States, William Halm. Ector.Day Care president Center No. 2. Rosco CHOICE SEATS NOW
Equal Opportunity Day is a special day set apart
each year throughout the United States by the National The program will be held at Reserved Seats $2.00 & $3.00 tax incl.
the Jaraea 1':. Scott Home Com.
Urban League to focus attention on positive efforts to In. munlty Pudding.. 7:00V 22nd North Travel Bureal Mary Elizabeth Hotel
sure fair and equal treatment of all citizens. President Ufo on sunder Nor 2T. 4 p.m. 1104 NW 3rd Ave. 642 NW 2nd Ave.
Lincoln's famous Gettysburg Address was presented dur and will feature piano selections Community Drug Store j Grand Drugs
by musk students, choral selection
ing this same month in 1863 so it is quite fitting that by Booker T Washington 67SO NW 15th Ave. 3640 Grand Ave.
this special observance be held to coincide with the anniversary Choral Rasemble. directed by DON'T MISS THE EVENT OF
of this great speech by a great man who expressed Leila Williams.: Northwestern THE SEASON
the hope and concern that all citizens be afforded "an Male Ensemble directed and Arthur choral ensemble
by L.
unfettered start and fair chance in the race of life." Evans and vocal selections by SATURDAY MIGHT PM DEC lOtfc, 'J.I'1.'I'l.l.
The Urban League recognizes that the only reallysound Harolean Storr Come and enjoy -
this cultural t -
event
and lasting formula for harmonious living is Equal the Thanksgiving season.highlighting
Opportunity for all Therefore, in working to remove
barriers and limitations based on race-In Employment, SAVOY
Education Housing, Health, Recreation and General We cannot give you look
Welfare-it is working to benefit the total community \
that don't .
since no community can progress beyond all of its elements you possess SATELLITE BARMIAMI'S

and service to any one segment, no matter how
But will
we brine out the
small, is a service to the entire community. f

best that you do have. NEWEST AND MOST BEAUTIFUL BAR
FOUR MORE CONGRESSMEN .

Florida's increase in population has placed her In'' For Better Pictures . Popular prices on the bottles

the limelight. The 1960 census shows an increase in pop. Call FR 72294Johnson
ulation of 2180255. The state's population is 4,951,560. All drinks 35c, including scotches

This means that we will have four new congressional
districts in Florida Dade County will get at least one SEE "BUTTERBALL" HERE

of these. Before action is taken on redistricting, the Legis MONDAY NIGHT, NOV. 28
lative Committee will conduct hearings throughout the
state before making recommendations to the Legislature. tom'' O

Cther states gaining seats in the House of Representatives SAME MANAGEMENT AS THE NEW LOUNGE

are: California, with eight; Arizona, New Jersey 1330 N.W. 3rd AVENUE
and Texas get one additional Congressman.
On the losing aide New York two seats; Pennsyl Come out and get acquainted

vania, three; Massachusetts two; Arkansas, two; one
each for Illinois, Mainet Iowa Kansas, Alabama. Ken
tucky, Mississippi, Minnesota Missouri, Nebraska, North 6222 N. W. 7th Ave.NEXT .

Carolina and Virginia.The of Miami
new Congressmen will be elected In 1963, taking DOOR TO JACKSON'S STORE
office on January 1, 1963. I 409 N.W. 17th St.



THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA

: r.trr I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 PAGES


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Frank C. Martin School, I


'" National Children'. Book Weak I arches on Friday morning. Students
NOT, ll.lt was a 'Yerr "iteltlac I parents and teachers all
time for the student at Fran say ")fake th* Book Characters
C Martin school For* ....... Party an annual affair."
weeks the students...,. busy Another highlight of book week
checking through torn of ,the was. the "Rook Top" aa original
book they had read and finding play by James Chandler presented -
Interesting' new ones to read la at the chapel exercises by
order that they might itleet'40Ak' Mr C andJu'. fourth grade
characters that' they mlgtit )ar. riant: we were transported to
tray at the "Hook Charactef the' drees' by way of book ebar-
'-art," to take plac dttHag book. .. alter*, from the library
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t JL w.ek Another book week feature
On Wednesday afternoon from was the presentation of "Library
3 to S the results: of the child $taQ" pins to the officers a a d
,.a'. searching was easily evident members of th* Library Helpers
as over a hundred student during the chapel exercises on
fro.lcked: at the .'boo'harat1 Friday morning.We .
party" Little Red Riding Hood. are happy also to hare our
Huckleberry Finn, Cinderella curriculum assistant. Urs. H. D.
Uttle Miss Muffett. Robin Hood. Terrell to return to work this
Peter Rabbl.t Tinker Bell The week, after being out for two
Make Relieve Dot and many weeks with a sprained ankle Mrs.Maicla .
other book characters were Ford Is still on the sick
there As the children paraded In list.
review before the Judges everyone Our deep heartfelt sympathy
was eiclted over who wouldbe goes out to Mrs. Malrenla V.
chosen as the three prise winnera. Moore, our retired teacher whoa
.. Judges Portia T Sands and husband died last Thursday and
Henry I1e|"| found It very dlffl. was funerallted Monday We also
h! cult to pick the winners as there ettend our heartfe.t: sympathy tonil
III were no many children who pore nitiard during the loss of his
rayed their characters well sister and to Mrs. Dorothy Fa.
Finally 14 children: were chosen on who* mother In.law wa
for consideration and the three burled lat Monday
rl..Ia.fln were selected A warm welcome goes out to
J from the**. Mrs. Carol McKlnnon who re.
First prlie was Vanessa Wallace turned to school Monday after
who cam aa Robin Hood being out on maternity leave
second, Hilda Laiag as Peter We want to thank Mrs Mllllcent'
: i-r Rabbit and third was Cleveland Dennis for a Job well done dur.
: Paulk, Huckleberry Flan The lag Mra. McKlaaoa absence
prt... <( awarded daring the chapel ex. Mayb.ll. R. trees reporter

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..|. If''' tturlr* D, Wjrherrrrltr newts t.-clnlC an.l )llM Betty I.........i riahh Iliac llHIy Hat.
a Kin\ fm n Mm. K,rrKtmt I t.......... ti.n,,..... a..t the ..ut.rr.s ..... rnfrr with a parent, )1,...
Mun4 dlU'tncmat..., of the |"non ,1 .11........* heW Mary rXrbrr oa lrlday dortiuclarrnt
lirn hU life lory "a* | chat In the> hftrkxroand.left .
IkNttwm ) MlM North Dad, t'rnirr: Mr. \Vych walks
Tip chill John lT) >r. KaraurlMallbew lnma 1')..... pins aa orchid d...*n the aUle a* ho U recognisr -
1..1.. .Ills. """'"'.. *, ( tm )I,... Anna llrrtiner. Mner. l tMir" ..........., ,........Ine a
..rtM''i_i ""ch,.. ......rwt'.-.. eur" C sir.ker la aMembty oaTuewlay. 1111. I. lour llf.** |>rr rntatiasi ,.
L.nl" KninrthVaJkrr, Mr*. 4>. I. for him a we


Chas. Wyche Recognized as ('iJestEducator"


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During AEW Activities .;


Principal Charles D Wych of Mathews, moderator Mr*. Oe Kduratlonrrk Committee wrr
North rude JuatorSenlor High I: nests Aweetlag. Samuel Ford Miss Ileac !Button chairman
School was -rotaUed as "Kdu. I Principal Charles D ''W, b.. Assistant Clifford Mathews Mrs Margner. ..1.1k
eater of the Year" during an Principal Kenneth Walk, tie Miller. Mrs. Anna L Pratt
.American<< Kiliteatlon Week As er. and Student Council Presl MUs Wallis U llamm. Mrs, A*. +-
.......iy .. NOT 9 la the cafetor.lum dent Yvonne PpotfordIU1IINO Ha Wilson. Mrs Oenesta !fle.t.ing 1r r r rJ
Mrs Margaret Oatlln, Ally
M \ HO IYUIM .1KW James Mathews Rev Jenkins "!''
)I r. Wyea was overwhelmedltk The Marcktng0's, formation and Mrs. Acne McCoy 'I'
.. aapreelattea aad .urpri. ash or .BW In recognition of Amer.
*> .aesrtd the award amidst
.
.lean Education Week during the ,
,...ar and ......*. during the aamblv half time show at the first Home BTW Cagers PlayThe I J 1
.. whlcli paid tribute to all
resting game culminated tee ac.Urttlrs f 'kt
of the teaeaers at the school of National observance Hookrr T Washington
baskftball << Its ..
team
!* rral *f the teachers per. at North Dade opens .asonSaturday
fo....... .* the peo.ram walehentfred night against th* Hporta .
The band made the formation hen of the Dorsey Park Leagu > 1
ar H.*d the skit This a
1J
u Yrnar Ufe." lo wkleh Wycha after having given a salut to at the Tornadoea gym The r
South America Spotmen are made up of former e
was featured as "mystery man Th* members of tb. American IfTW players. ,

fII.e.s were readered. by HaroldGutayard ..
tastntetor of science I t11'-
and Mr*. Marguerite Miller, la.
Mrwetar.f Kwgtlsh R4chard Stra
a plaao rendition of "Georgia." FABULOUS BUY !
Mrs_ Art:.da f"Io.fd..Iul! edu.rattoa. is

....hted the audience .- .-_ ........ ...........-.. .. ."'.",__ .r.. : ---:- _Ia.
with
a twirling routine Drama
latr....r James Randolph rave I Top 4rture I. a lrw of com this plrtur III....* of th*
a dnunatl.. reading of "Annabel 1 1I. .., the children who took fart Is rhlldmt witu attended th. "1&0.*
..... I 1915 N.W. 49th St. thf MllM.k Character Party during (Ctiarartor Party." Tb* threw
Other partleiaaats on the pro. I National (Children' took e loans shims In th. front line
cram were Miss Betty Sutton Un -k at V (. Mania Klemeatary TV atwuml prtaw winner, Hilda
Oiaford Mathews, WiiHe UeEl, I Scbuol.Ik4lutn. Lain* a. ........ IUM tll|| first
roc fU *.ft Johnson Roland a 4rlurv shows th* three. ..rise.snnMta ""aI..... a* ItuUaI
I ...... Betty Copeland. Alfred |.....< MtnMrm and .hoe who ...1| hood and third prise, n..a..s
J........... Maria. Bel. LIlY Dukes ........ral4* ......,JoG .... shown I Paulk *s Hat kirberry. Plan.
J.... MrCa4a WHIUm Harden. $9,850 Ml, Price
s.... Cats Johnny Hannah.Etva .
Bvaa HOUSE FOR SALE

I'UU'IS GIUUrr ST1'DDE1'IS. $650 Down ONLY $490 DOWN OPEN SUNDAY

< ral e4 the parents came Come to 6019 N.W. 30th Avenue and aee a very nice
out or Monday aad greeted their 2.bedroom home in a one condition, large ap.dou.rooma .
.hr.Ir'1I sad. the. North D a d e One $60 month until paid. No second
f..lhtlafl Public. Address I mortgage. dining room and large front porch. Balance

9ys Tat H* Mad y.u all the way.* I mortgage, no bolloon. More in today. Exclusive! -a-
Mid !Mrs Jasper v.... mother 1 FOR RENT

aelnd nt Jasswr net Mr 1.wb.A.*..Other McCoy parents. Mrs neighborhood. Call owner at I.bedroom furnished apartment neat and clean. $75

0...... Sweating. Aathonr "I. p.r month.
Mrs Parker Mrs., Bland.
moa .
PL 7-8789
1'.IIa.lnh: TIK O% We can finance your automobile liability>> Insurance
". '1..: IT'MrV
"" 1 on easy monthly payment

JIlt paaUsts revealed Interest I To,mafce your offer I

lag tct on ftaaacUl operationsof G.H.'S 'HI Esf. I fffsirrtJict
'
the ........ duriag a pawl] dls. .
ettasioa Thursday nlfht after the BEST BUY IN ENTIRE NEIGHBORHOOD
Mild perfomaa of the play 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 14)380T. )
"Staad4.g Room Oal,." Particle I I
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I'vr got a hell'ura show at my I think It's because of all the I Wilson Joins Bonded
I Fiesta Room. And my prices are hard labor she docs civically for
1960 right too.STEAK. the community. Incidentally both Colection Staff
can be reached by calling JE
Jules "Joe" Wilson, who for
*, string 2-3(11 and ask for room 414. ,
.,.y fl')'} 'A'?"""' 'n.,;?" Rolled' PoUtne 25 years operated the Wilson
beans with nuts, rolls coffee, Rental Agency, Joined the Bonded
salad and dessert was Ice QUICK NOTE DEPT: When
toss Collection Agency staff last
Around Miami cream roll with chocolate' sauce pretty Rochelle Holland walked week.In .

I was, what a group of hungry Into the MI Bowling Lounge you coming to bonded, Mr. Wit.ton' .
hare heard the ohs and
should
television and .
radio newspaper long experience In the rental
By DAVE BONDU 'people ate at the Blscayne Ter. .ahs by the local chicks starringat field will be welcomed by
race Hotel last Monday. Rochelle's white mink Jacket many of his former tenants.Mr. .
___ _______,9499-'_-"'"i it+.9srr.L'.9700M... The feast was sponsored by Paul Cato popular bartender I Wilson will serve on the
FAMU as usual each year, can be found at the pack Bonded counter and will be'pl..alfld
TIIKItK N .\1.W\T1i4 1IIf.hW' per '
store In the King O Hearts
Classic age to and
make people before the Orange blossom serve greet his old
that
thing new comes off. Mayor R. K. High Candy Kirkland who'sbowling friends In his new location
what's going on
Interested IP
I somethingout said his little say. which walWI' Is considered good. Is I L. L. Brooks president of
and how can get
pleasant followed by the taking up golf and can hit a ball Bonded said, "It Is always our
of It. Last week I was Introduced )
operation and as you can of the cats
;
I gency Classic founder as good as some hope to give the citizens of this
Blossom
to a new deal In apart. read this now, she Is still In Orange followedby that hare been playing 2 or S area the best service possible
Lee. who was
E.
680'W Uth St.. theowners J. R.
menus at room 434. You can call May me Coach Jake Galther. one of years Harriett James, the I We bellve Mr. Wilson will add
of aald sell.
bulMIng Ire if you wUh fantastic coaches. gorgeous chick of our town baa much to the courteous efficient
Inc the apartments, with no Mayme Is nest door to popular football's; beyond a been 111 for three weeks and is operation of Bonded Collection
money down no gas bill no John Capers, another teacher at Galther has proven now on the road to recovery Agency."
that he Is a man
doubt
water bill ad a chance of never shadow of
Hooker T. Washington High From all Indications looks like
paying rent atain after a certain School It would be nice for olefriends among men. After Sakes speech Lee Gibson may get that all nlte
period of time also you can to give him a ring too. FAMT's president Gore, told the stint over WMBM., Dutterball
ret some of your money back Incase I, or send a get-well card. As for radio. T' and news personnelhow and Ed Cook are In his corner. J. F. DEAL STUDIO

you should break your contract i Mt Minal Hospital. I don't be. Important FAMU Is and Same goes tor Sir John sen. mgr. Phone FR 4-3034
which Is left up to you. Here there Is a finer hospital bow much education means to Dare Problnsky.
Usually I'd be wondering why a I built. and the staff. Including our future citizens of the United 307 N.W. 2nd Avc.

big apartment building Is selling everyone Is Just too wonderful States.All Until next week live life every We copy and enlarge pictures *f
apartments, but after findingout for words. In all the entire programwas golden minute of It Peace.
that the Nern occupant, hasa I i i well prepared and was enjoyed your loved ones at half price. We

half of a chance of getting I IMltTTTV (.11u4 of the Week: by all to mention a few make all kinds of pictures.
something out of it. then I can I Dorothy Smith (looks like my others was Dr. I P. Davis Elliott Advertise! It Pays!
go tear with the Idea. Best of :, ?late methn'ln.law.Ian, J. Mete Charles C. North

all the wh le deal of baytoe ad I I About. Town Connie Tanner Charles L. Williams. Sam Cohen
owning y'"r ea asrta eat is a I Rater's Fa nous Corner) Dr E A. Ward. Charlie Hadley.George I
teed dMIa"+*ty, iaDre*t.d Teacher of the Week: Audrey Dub,. Butterball. Jim Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE

deep by th. offiee lit Ht NW Harris WIHIams: Pretty Boy Reid Garth C. Reeves and a few
nth tt. tat' off "Tta are. <*f the Week' Jim Reese. (Carl.I mere of our brethren. Also Ralph ALSO CONTRACT

Ian retreseatattre.) PublicS Reakk. Bob Hannah. Lee Phil PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

QUaT1n,1te |nn tntenV. "'a.t e* the Week: Carlos "... Jack Barry. Lew Price, dl Licensed and Insured
e4 te tf Clark Clue Key ale rector of Mlc relations far the
car ewMtvaltr se ties ) I Colors' Mixed Free Free Estimation and Consultation
deftt f"M MS. city of Miami, and still a heap
.f r+vf C!.M* tor V*..e acai ..1.'....: KIU.KX I. ravine more guys I can't seem to remember Florida Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.

Maps ef Mtaat .* a >et erect. aMet a" array o-f talent andetelsjM all of their names how. Time payment plan available-Phone PL 93231DRIVER'S
oat .c t. s.Jtz a*- *as the best show laaH ever all this the promise as us.
MUast Ctyde's Skate dancer. 11Ial I* to Hare a elastic bigger
Jah, .,.,,. '--_ & awt4.e salty nt t. I.* brtaglag the and better than the year before ,
It WI:* *e .V- MrJec **... hewn Oa the same show 'The theme this year. will be a
He*.: M 4 Melt *.*** ltwvr. tWr+ s Ktac Patch a M.. tan.I I salute to Africa.:' and as Pres

tat* j. *..e. a A ffei tail car .. work with him when tWM ident-elect Jack Kennedy would LICENSE !
feat' loek:* etxtsss atDa :a straw bl<. Patch at one say. "that should he the best
.... ..' JIMC ae east. lot vie. tts .... was with his partner thing that could happen under
vaauLIST M 1.. Seratea. and were called Scratch the present tension.Oh .
BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
and Patch. Lemma see. oh. yea yes tickets are on sale now.
Flllllir Ih* Miami Clyde Is gene on Thomas Hart
Tim. hit the street at 2 p.. a oe :egged dancer and Prln. Alma Carter shares the room O'BERRY'SMAGIC
and those of rM who read this cess 311 Klah a hip tossla' exotic with )la'n.Ima Is( the young
column, you found where we seiy look In' chick. On the who worked so hard for Kennedy,
CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
gate our thanks for the many vocal end. Al Garner Is sendingthe taking voters to the poll on Hec
cards, rlilts and phone call, received local chicks to their knees tlon day Right after that she 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
on behalf of Mayme's 111. and Dizzy Jones and his band put In a lot of time with her
D..... Well at 1 p.m. the same throw In the musical background church on St Paul's Women's OX 1-5283
day we had to rush her back to with Bobby Marshall handlingthe Day celebration Alma says she ,
Mt Sinai Hospital for an emer M C. honors. See. set Clyde. underwent surgery this week. 1 _. 1

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Douglas Elementary Observes Education Week



In commemoration of Amerl. activities In projecting the theme spearheaded the activities. : -
I ran Education Reek Douglas "Strengthening. The School: For THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA I
Elementary School engaged' In The 0t. 1 The Curriculum Council
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26 1960 PACE 7
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sevral school and community Pictured are the groups that that served' at the main plan.
I nine croup for all activities In. 1---
elude Willie Clarke. Willard
r yI hart Alyce Clapp. Ratel Alfred
Eoljrn Klmbrc. chairman; Be.
w ,le Johnson. Lucretla Coleman

yP Standing: Charlotte F. Clark, { Y
sa Marian Jacob r
principal; Dean
Cohen, Johnnie. Patten and Z.e.
tf ola Jones.
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2 The .e'ond grade Planning
Oroup and Consultants for "The
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i Lire Showcase" teachlir! demon
h IJ I stratlon .Include Jacquelyn Fra
tier Irma Sailer. Louise. Me.
Queen Kay McGhow. WltleanIngraham.
; Aurora Crawford. ,
Grace smith Thelma Hart "'.r '
ma Bryant. Emma grown" Carolyn :
Johnson Alstene Lynch,

Hr'12LL,1 Standing: Willie Clarke Charlotte :'
ten. F. Clarke and Johnnie. Pat. .1


3 The Planning Committee for
the dally public: address system
broadcasts-: Seated Zeola Jon., .n
Week. Rowena Button Lola
Mafia Winifred. Dole, Leonle
Adams Standing: Gladys Coach.
man. LUHe Dol.., Alyce Clapp, ,
Guuie Jackson. Intern from t
H'thune-Cookman College. Al. _
h lamease Klmbro Meadows, and Eolyn ". i

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4 Members of the panel that V.
participated In the discussion
over station WMIIM are Zeota
Jones. moderator; Richard Taylor
a .tud.nt representative. Wll.
lard hart Mien Moss, parentrepresentative. :
Arleen Williams.. ;

and Marian Dean. a

& Second grade pupil. are
shown here busily engaged Inart
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under the direct<< supervisionof
Willie Clarke, art
,; Miss Jacquelyn Frailer and
members of her class .In "The
Live Showcase.** during the
teacher.gulded reading period.


? Second graders, and MissAlsten
Lynch are shown work.
fag la small group as a part of
the reading program.

I Mrs Carolyn Johnson and
her second grade pupils are pardripatlng
.In a whole group acdrily
; another phase of the to.
Ul reading program

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second : ar-
9 Mis The.na Hart's ? t
graders are concentrating ontaelr t -

.4jHime.independent ts and .having.reading teacher as. ,,1r.

.rvWPd reading. TJI ,
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4 10 II'. time for music. and
Mrs Johnnie fatten, music con
sultant. and the second Irad-
pupil are ready to participatein
the activity for lb. day an
rtM>rle. .c. with musical Instru.nienls .
Ult. betlst and learning
Co read notes from the printed x
page
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Hundreds of viewers saw these
children and their teachers Inaction
during American Kduca.
don Week. r.

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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Lee's word are either forgotten, -- .
or passed over la the emotional

SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26 1960 Lingo the* present-day; would
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getting out
be slave owner are
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\long Freedom's RoadBy school former all.whit elementary. ..WI .i. lP.TSAtt


OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

RUTH PERRY

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It appear that what optimismany framers of our Constitutionnever I FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

of us might hare had regard. exhausted so much labor
Ing the early and easy solution wisdom, and forbearance In its tr
of the New. Orleans' Integration formation If It was Intended to 'WM von BRAUN

problem was surely premature. be broken by every member of
The first day of Integration went the Confederacy at will." IS THE MAN 10 ; ,

fairly smoothly, but after that
the forte* of segregation rallied U.:& OX SLAVERYIn iS sFl MAKING c c ITjCOMETRUE t

behind the flag of prejudice and another letter written to ,

emotionalUm. At the closing of one of General I,ee'* friends, he A Tcai,8pIcT2
the schools for the Thanksgiving makes a very Interesting com.ment \ !
hn.Mays.: I believe the little Negro on slavery. Dated Dec. 27,
girl were practically<< attend ISSfi. Lee wrote: "There are few, .... 1111k

lag: the two elementary schoolsby I believe In this enlightened age ri\h.,
themnelve. who will not acknowledge that tJMW.14
tAJr 1rnr
slavery as an Institution Is a -
\ S\l) ("nUt"1'sT.\ln- moral and political eviL It t* .h.MO1a. c _011 ..,

Idle to expatiate on Its dlsadvantages. <
It Is always a tad thing to see
1 think It Is a greater evil
emotionalism and prejudice win (
to the white than to the colored l1alU1LtFA 1HE
out even temporarily) over justice While *;
race my feelings are 4
and I will admit that
right
strongly enlisted In behalf: of the Oi
the New Orleans police force and ,
latter .
my sympathies are more U.M R..MYr -
the mayor are standing firm be.hind MINanL 1.W
deeply engaged for the former. I *h
law and order Rut success Billy Flint sensational skate -..r..n
Looking over Lee' Memoir, I
fat integration must ro far bee t dancer who Is now being featured .
rand taw and order I heard the In the Fiesta Cub show llso
comparison, especially In view of
mayor of New Orleans on the TVa I appearing In the review are King
current development In the
few nights a to. and while Iwas South I wonder how of Patch the funny man Al Garner i _. EUIlt>BA11' p.rllLW4
1mpre*d with his determl.natfen the many blue singer Ml Klh. exotic dan 1
segregationist yelling and
to "keep the peac*" la reviling email Negro children asthey cer." Thomas Hart one leg daneer p ;
New Orleans: (even though he la the Inspirations' Quartet Etta ,
bravely go the step Into
up
an avowed ...segregationist I had Jones ad other '
newly Integrated school In the classic tale of THE EVIL.flous .
the feeling that he might hare Two sensational and all star
south have
read
ever Lee's wordson
done mare. or could do In shows
more floor are presented every
s.avery. and If they had. how
rallying th. force of moderationto Saturday and Sunday nlte
could
they forget so soon that
offset" fhe' rahble-rousers. The Lee said The first show will begin 1110p.m :
slavery was a greater s
mayor was outspoken sincere The shows will feature an
white than to the colored
evil to the
and apparently honest In his all-star cast with new faces and
statements' on TV Hat again I race. It would appear that acts each week. The admissionon I
Must ..., that f felt he * powerful force for good In I Mt. Sinai Annual TeaThe on Sunday 75e tax Incl. Tables &

rallying the' moderate. people Into I member of Ward No. 12 free. !J11 ; $

a determined stand for open of the Mt. Sinai Baptist Church Music will be furnished

HlKHc schools If he would. do so. Invite you to attend their. 2rd by Dizzy Jones and his orchestraand

Per ha|.. the saddest thing of annual tea, Sunday, Nov. 27 at the congenial Bobby Mar -COLOR
all In New Orleans Is the fact the home of Mrs Zeffle Roberts, shall will be the master of cere.monle .
that K many of the' yelling: bate 222S NW ISSth St. Opa Locka. *. .

Sited crowds surrounding the from 2:10:: til 5:30. OPEN IIOtSK Kit I DAY

MtaMrf being Integrated were Mr, *. Inca. Anderson, a memberof t Open House with admissionfree
younseten, mostly teen-agers. I the faculty: of Ilunch ParkElementary will be held every Friday
believe When one. consider that School will be guest night Special attractions will
teenagers. are well on the way speaker Mrs. Rhoda Lowe, soloist also be presented at the open

toward becoming adult. the. I and Mr*. L. E. rhoma will I house. The public Is always Invited
sight of so many of them la New present faahlonetta. to the Fiesta Club.
Orleans filled with prejudice and

Influenced by their bigoted elders SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAYTMrRtVlUANDftOMANCfiOf
to participate la such undemocratic J. R. TAYLOR
AIU CODmoNEDCAPITOL
acts make one wonder
about the peaceful" course of rcit-lH NRCfOi
Integration In the future In New I* Building
Ill sever.tar.naa.I ttrtssass
Orleans nut even In the face of

the New Orleans ordeal we must AgainFR ".'T.. KUX., MOX., TOM, I:" TIle SubtrraflSRL.
not forget that school lathe
some
...TMr* STS
south hare been Integrated. N "ALL THE FINE
without trouble. Rabble rouser 9-1703 YOUNG CANNIBALS"With WsLESLIE CARONGE MEltoPARDjPLUS

IInd blvoted segregationists to FR 3-1441 or .....,. (talky ; I, J>>I1IUI.mrt IW7RU _.
.
I.h.ff'
the contrary Integration | NE 5-8132 IlotMttVAgner
to stay and will become a -
part of American life. ,.I
Pius

IIOHKKT .:. ...:}: 't I TALK Before WITH you build TAYLOR er borrow about "On The Water Front"i I J S. ,|

As a man of honor and high SAVACCSIMJVTUAGUC SUIUIM
I I His I lean deal
principles Robert E Lee ha always best money I 1 .fr. Interested me. and especial Him ,..t.et Building Tim
I ly since I hare heard. from child Natalie WOOD Robert WASHER

hood the story of my grandfath. His Bstt Foreman Bulldsr I M w.W'ON A.L...
RITZTHEATRE
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.r on my father's side being with I
Hla Best Licensed C..trator I
General Lee at Appomattox. The
Colored or White-for your _.
other day I came across a book
of Memoir, of Robert E. Lee JobPerformance Now Showinc"Butterfield <

published. In hill, and was very Bond and Insurance --.

interested In several thlaeI for your security 8" Susan KOHNtR.George HAMILTON I ,
found In looking over the book.It I
Kmabrth
brought: to mind again the Look at the TAYLOR Job now with Taylor -Peart BM< ..::
fact that many of us tend to building at fttth St. and 11thAvo 1'Lt'H ,.
forget in remembering only that "Sex Kitten to _urea r.urtt J
go
Lee was the Commander In-Chief
of the Confederate. Armies) that Others to start Ie I Liberty City College
General Lee by education was a and the Grove. FR t17M with Miuulo Van IK rrn STARTS WEDNESDAY

firm believer and supporter of N28
constitutional liberty, and went --I 1
through much serious -
soul -
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soarehjng before he made up his
Mind to become leader of the
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Confrr..-date force

In ear of hi.. letter Included<<
In the Memoirs he says: "As an
American citli"n I take great ki'It1
pride In my country Mn% ran
.
anticipate no greater calamity I
for the country than a dlssoln II
lion of the Union It would be
an accumulation of all the evilswe I

complain of. and I am willing
lo sacrifice everything but honor
for Its preservation Secession .Is
nothing but revolution and theBUNE
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HURRICANES, THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA


the Sports GATORS BATTLE SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 PAGE B

FOR BOWL BID

What could be the greatest
Pearl Bailey Plays
battle since the football rivalry s LOW COST VITAMINS
World Ouer By LEO B. ARMBRISTER started between the Universityof Dramatic Role e RUPTURE SUPPORTS
Miami Hurricanes and the FOOT APPLIANCES
University of Florida Oaten will Famed' singer-act Pearl e MEDICATED COSMETICS
HAPPY THANKSGIVINGThe new world of adventures to con be traced |n the Orange Bowl Bailey took on her strongest film C IMPORTED HERB TEAS
role to date aa Ruby, the alco-
quer. There is spear-fishing, and Saturday night C CATALOGUE 2'\e
ThanksgUIng season U underwater photography, or may. It will be the Oatort first holic blues singer In Metro.
and while all of the )Ia .,,'. "All The Fine POTENCY
here phases be Just collecting curios, thatwill !came against Miami In the Orange Goldwn SUPER
are drawing back the curt Young Cannibals. In which she
sports
hold your Interest to a Bowl In three years. The TABLETS
taro on their best acts, all sports, sport that is fast growing tn previous two Florida-Miami co-stars with Natalie Wood and 100 $4.95
men are gearing themselves for these parts.TROPICAL. games were played In Jackson. Robert Wagner
their best performances, and all Title and both were captured by The role marks a complete Moore Health Equipment
sport fans are relating them PREVIEWS turnabout for Miss Bailey, known
the Gators Florida last year actually 3440 S.W. loath CL
selves for a summit enjoymentof RACING knocked the Hurricanes for her .ackadalslcal. humorous
their favorite sport; let us not out of an Orange Bowl bid by singing style. A Pandro 8. Her MIAMI IS. FLORIDA
forget to give thanks for the The sport of kings and corn" whipping them after Miami bad man production for MOM laClnemaSrope
opportunities bestowed' moner began Its run la Miami and color "All theFine MIAMI TIMES ADS
many taken touchdown lead.
two
a
us making! the sportsworld Thursday at Tropical Park This Young Cannibals," also
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upon Florida which isbeing DONT COST THEY PAY
a very delightful habitat one day program on Tbaa kIh'. This year It's stars Susan Kohner and George ,
I lag Day before the racing season considered for a possible Hamilton and opens Sunday at CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY
RrmlnUcIng over the past buckles down Its annual Orange Bowl bid and It's Florida the Capitol Theatre. I
year, we hare many Spectacular schedule Is offered with the entire which .I:I enter the game as the I

record breaking sports, events to proceeds to the University of favorite
recall to which sportsmen of Miami. I Florida has already been ex.
'w1'1M:
every diversion were treated to This t. a very commendable tended a definite Oator Bowl bid
thrills of keen 'competition in gesture by the Tropical Park and besides the Orange Bowl. Is
their particular also being considered for the
sportFight execs; and proves that there Is
fans will never forget some giving even in taking. Sugar and Cotton Bowls.
Andy Gustafson call this 19CO
Floyd Patterson's knock-out of
Ingamar Johsnnson, thus becoming FXCEi.*.' FORMING' edition of the Galore, "the great
the ant heavyweight to re. 200 CLLRThe est Florida team since I cam to

gain his title; nor will baseball Excelsior Bowling League Miami In 1141.Humming." e
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faithfuls' discussions be ever swung Into action last week and
minus of the Plttsbu gh Pirates found there were quite a few Birds toAppear
flght to the top of the Nation' sharp shooters who were able to
League and ultimate defeat of bolster their respective team r
the New York Tankers with ttandlngs. The league Is now TIM Sensational HummingBirds
Mazeroskla* horn run In the 'last working In a plan to give awards I will appear at BrownsTllleBaptbt
of the ninth Inning. to all 200 and over bowlers. If Church on the corner of
In basketball Wilt ChamberIain's such a plan were In operationast frth st and 2)th are. on t h e
; scoring feats will always week the award ;winners 27th at 9 o'clock after service.rieaie .
occupy a page In the record could have been Al Miller 201. come out and hear them.Rev. .
books; and all sportsmen and Darden Baker 202; Prince Cul- n Teaser pastor. Mrs
the entire nation la grateful tr "nor 201. Oscar Francis 20&. Annie Pratt sponsor
the team which we fielded I nrrtl MUI..,. :11. David Fttssell
the un Olympics; this tea. 211. and Thomas Su rr 222 I I

which exemplified Itself so w DR. S. E. ARCHIE
to the entire word Is living proof n' \)1. !\NIHMW I t
through the media of sports th-tt 1 sir Je/hn Gifted Counselor and
could and wow d 2 Rattlers
democracy ,
function given a fair opportunity :1 ",,.mpl" Divine Healer Ttf
4 Robert' Drugs I II
to do soMIUTIIKUX. & Our Food Store 916 N.W. 2nd Ave, apL 5 I f

"' {T. NKUTHUJZKS c) Liberty Bar Phone FR 1.0919 II
IU1TUntinXO 10.. ':' \m'rtrSheehan Purntur.C I

Ilulck lluure.1 9 *..... to FAULT'S long reign In tn +> Cecil Radio
kingdom of undefeated came u n Hot Shoppe by al1rdntment. I .

an abrupt end last Saturday w in
Southern University ehallenrH I
their supremacy and earn eMIt| 3rd ROUND -e-

victors 14.: the defeat wai
doubly hard for FAJIU because< COMING UP IN Private healings and
they bad high aspirations of in ConsultationsAll
ruing Southern to be their gusi
Ja their Annual Orange nio*.oi* DOG CLASSIC confidential
Classic; losing to Southern th. strictly
.: ., r'i marks
.were more than anxious to '.> Tils sty .r ,
a rematch and perhaps even thscore the ..rit'-., third uitd In Flag In Fine Whiskey. .
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Southern, however, e...t.*. 1 .. sS" o"o In' in final Greyhound
defeating the powerful t'laaelr. "I t 4V survivors
field FAMU with declined the invlta.tion ., tin .n flu '1 mile ellmU DO YOU HAVE A FLEISCHMANN'SistheBl6buyl

Wearers of the Orange nation beats. PROBLEM
Blossom are missing a gridlroi The big state rlehft ever tn

treat because FAMU's seasoi the state of Florida, will climaxon In business, lore, family or !II
would have made i January 2 when the eight
performance others, past, present or
play-off with Southern a claasli finalists meet for tb I2S.OOO I -
never to be forgotten. flrstprlse With no more than future -Then aee I
thre runners eliminated from

XOltTIIW. inUX AND any heat, any greyhound who t Dr. ArchieHe I 90 PROOF is >
( .\ \'.It TIK HM FIAACIIAJtriONSIIII AiiislM. ftftb or better consistent.ly why

prior to the finale. has a can help you. lie has
chance to so &I. the way
The Carver High Hornets and helped you'll be
starting many
High Bulls Thus far. the original BtCNOCD WMIIKCY .0 TROOP liS DRAIN NEUTRAL ftf>lITfIME
tb.Ortb..tun field of U has been reduced to happy you did CORPORATION, NUll YORK CITY
cochampionshlp riCISCHMANN DISTILLING
fought their way to a 40 through the ant two rounds I
in the Dig Nine Conference which produced some of therear's

Athletic of Association.Florida Interscbolastli They were .o.t thrilling action .INl'Bt'nr fJt'SfM1JJ'SfJ1l'rsr! DfJir WTAN A''SlnJUl6: ;ZU BnJrBh.

both undefeated with a 7 wit I Tb+ top performer to date hasbeen
and 1 tie record. North D a d e Gene Handle's sensational !

High Thuoderblrds were the Shecky Greene, victor In both his THE ROYAL BAHAMA
only other school to scale talc classic appearance In addition
the first division with a 6 wl Sfeecky has won on three other
and 2 lou 1 Ut record. occasions for a spectacular run

MIIMI HOPES FOIl' of Other five straight pre.stake victories favorite' who 519 PEMBROKE ROAD CLUB
BOUT
Ue.1"WlIGIiT have come through in fine style IIALLANDALE, FLORIDATHANKSGI'ING

Ingemar Johannsaon'a top man. Include Dig Gossip, who avengeda
agerial brain trust is glvioi first-round upset with a front- WEEKEND SHOW

the fight trying tan to public anticipate a when brainstorm SIIIJ running Benny second another orund victory fad.round and Newly decorated, with popular new low prices

well break her
bout with winner who may
Havywe4gBt
the
Floyd aril Patterson will be contest. own track record before its WONDERFUL FLOOR SHOW

e4. over Fable Laudation, Super Sens- FEATURING
Tier Grtsnii: flv* locales. New
Detroit Los Angeles tie*. Co 5tedy Castle Cliff YOUR EMCEE .
York Cbka, Andale. and O. D.'. Melon haveall
and Miami have now been with *
lived to expectations
up ROBINSON
dwHnllrd down to tare*. SATCH
uiami is a strong eon tend et fine performances.

over the remaining tu itteljchoices. "Mr. Joker"-A Laugh a Minute
New York and Los Aageles. Eastern StarSeances' LEE MACK
WILLIE
VANILLA WILLIAMS
If the champion was the ale TeaThe Body Bcautful Held over by popular demand
saysoer. Miami probably would Ladles of Hill's ChapterNo
get the nod as It I* well favor. 4S. Order of Eastern Stan, JACKIE CORBITTThe
ed by his camp. lavite yon and your friends to
Manager
Singing
Mn them on Sunday. Nov. 27. I

HK1X-DIVING AXAJ:1"TCnOC8 tro. 4 to p.m. at the home ofStar STARRING .
SPOILT Effie Jane Saaeho. 1212 NW

William Kencaoa.. physical edueatlon 10th StQuite an entertainment haa THE BREEZES *

teacher at Northwesternis been provided for this ..pltltual'tic
bit Stan
chare Recording
Popular
desirous to
very affair and gifted mediums
with -
experiences of skin-diving like to add aa will be present who will take Fresh from THE JOLLY ROCER
anyone who would the guests over the past and first drink on the house
Adventurous thrill to their ability Never before Admission 50 Cents-Includes the
future.
and
we.l Skin diving, says present Jackie Corbitt manager
to swim baa there been a seancesof Table Reservations A 2.9398 ,
UIII. U surprisingly inexpensiveand kind la this area. Tea what have
Ills anniversaries you
parties or
birthday
the techniques are very We cater to lodge, ,
will be served from prosperity
simple to masttr. activities well All 11'111CDd a cordial .*.. .... .fie gV ra+rDr RT pp .
There are so many t HIT BLJ* JSSf IP TSg JPfLooking
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 PUN PHUN

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I Our Past This i Week. Foot and mouth TUG M71VS disease. has 1I

broken out among Cuban lire- 1
AN ANP FEATURE
stock. The disease apparently was
-.---- ----.u ----. .r v_ .r Lwwi_ hIJILLAR__ _.6..f_ Aw_ brought In by Iron Country ships.Now .
I understand why Mr
NOV. 20. titS .- Sallie Martin light. They will teach the slave Khrushchev
confined
was to
pioneer singer and organlter. holders the truth they" never Manhattan when he came to the r
was born. had and never know. U. 8.
Remember his shoe pound

SO8, 1908 Cong. Adam ing and ill-disposed mouthlngs at
NOV. 24, 1870 Robert Sengtacke -
Powell Jr., minister of Abyssinian the UN?
Abbott founder of tbe ;
Russia contends that American
Uaptlst Church Harlem,
Chleao Defender, was born In
waters menace world Of
was born. peace.
Georgia. Started
newspaper course, the overabundance of
working' In a kitchen on Chi NOV. 28, 1821-Uev. Lott Carey. war materials sent to Cuba by
('ago s Southslde. Tbe Defender _
early Negro missionary to Africa the Reds will Insure world peace r.
ate newspaper founder's chain guidance under grewto the was ordained in Virginia.NOV. . Russia style to be sure! This very cute home was recently urchased by Mr.
U, 1811 Wendell Phil
national promience. lips, abolitionist and orator, A Coral Gables Barber had his and Mrs. Rutland, located at 1941 NW 58th St Transaction

NOV. 25. 1912 John II. Seng was born. bet taking career cut short by a handled by Mr. Elliott of the Fair Realty Co., 6200

stacks present publisher of NOV. 29. 1921 Pearl Primus. Federal raid the other day. ADInternal NW 2nd Ave., PL 7.1645.Service.
The Chicago Defender, was Revenue Service crew I
dancer, born in Trinidad.
was
bern In Georgia. Launched the SOt, 1880 Henry Turnerwas cut him short. One thing la dlflnlte -d- ..........-.
They got tbe head !
Dally Defender In 1955. Founder elected AMB bishop In man
and present president of the
National Newspaper Publishers 1880. Insurance Commissioner Lar. TV
Association.NOV. :.0\'. 29. 1895 William V. S. son has been accused of allowing Calls $150ALL
Tubman, president of Liberia exorbitant automobile Insurance
26. 1813 Sojourner was born In Liberia rates to prevail In Florida. Apparently .
Truth, race leader died at when you get your bill MAKES ALL MODELS PLUS PARTSLARRY'S
Battle Creek. Mich. On the :O\ 31. 18$3 Mrs ),(. C from the Insurance broker. It..
tubof slavery she aald: Terrell author and speaker for not only highway robbery but T.V.
"Thee colored people will I'. S. Women's Congress in Larson-y as well?
bring the whites out of Egypt- Uerlln, 1904 waa born. She -- WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
tan darkness Into marvelous died In 1954. Mr. Symon Gould Veteran

Party candidate, has run for tbe
I presidency three times I can't 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
following' questions ",..." get In flrure why he continues to '
tryHe ....... .... ....
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SOCIAL Ssctf Security office aa soon as runs he always gets beet At present
possible at 234 NE 79th St., I'L i his party Is small potatoes. I
.. . ... 85511. but he has hopes for the future.
1 Have you ever had your I Perhaps be should change his
:application for social security preference to lettuce It's one

-----=----- benefits denied because you or !way to get ahead!
the breadwinner In your family,
hadn't worked long enough un Sir Winston Churchill, dlstln.
der social security? gulshed English statesman broke
a small bone In his back. AI.
New AmendmentsMake 2. Have you delayed filing for though he Is uncomfortable, there
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Social

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that he had plenty of
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA
SEAL SALES -
Essex New Manager

BRING $52,305Contributions I SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 PAGE 11



at Goodwill Store ''i'isew. first ten day received of the In annual the !

Tuberculosis Christmas Seal Orange Blossom Classic
Campaign reached $52.305 thru
lower price to
save ----- this mid-week's count of mall
money for shoppers and a change
returns according to Paul
In personnel have been put Into "Wonderful Town" Darns 19CO Christmas Seal
effect at the Goodwill Rarffalu chairman of the Dade County Ticket Sales SoaringOrange
Store. 1210 NW 62nd St. according Coming to DadeAuditorium Tuberculosis Association.This ,
to announcement this -
week.Promoted. Is $2.020 more than had Blossom Classic officials I
"Wonderful Town" looms In been raised from Christmas Sealsat I revealed here today that If
to .**.., of the I J December! The loom will pre. the same Ume last year. advance sales of tickets to the Fiesta Room To
barn More to Albert l.4'*. I sent Leonard Iernstln's ""..on'I Goal for this year Is $110.000to 21th annual classic Dee. 10 In
who te well 1 known a* result of 1 derful Town" Friday and Saturday support the year-round program the Orange Bowl (for the Na. Present "RattlerJamboree"
his emp.oyment with the store Dec Sand 10. 1:30: p.m. at of the Tuberculooli Association tional Negro Championship) are
Mnce It opened ..ix month a a'O. I Dade County auditorium. This Is which Includes TD detection any Indication attendance will
E+ *.". who Ih.. with 1ttwife
[ the looms second offering of the by It. Christmas Seal mo. smash all previous records
and two children at 3600 NW
season. bile .ray unit; an extensive
2 1 :3th tt. Oj a Loeka. completed Flora Prevln Leraan. lead. public education effort and ..'. Probably the fact that Florida Keeping pace with the ehang.
business courses at NorthwesternHh i bar the role vice to TB patients and theft A6M has Its greatest team In Ing times and setting the stage
will
contralto
: School lie is a member of Ing: New York families. The local Tuberculosis history has Influenced; traditional for the sixties, the production
f'nlon Baptist Church. I(of Ruth Sherwood a sis. Association also supports M.lowshjps fans of the Classic to buy early. department "f the Fiesta Room
bound novelist her
younger the Rattlers are only 11 point presents the first edition of the
\1110 wr'l known I. Mrn RobyClay. << and TD research at The
ter. Dlleen. wl'.l: be played by
| newly employed as salesclerk. Marguerite names. The loom i ralrerslty of Miami School: of off an all-time scoring record In 'Rattler Jamboree. Dee. 10 at
Mrs. Clay who resides at chorus and dancers will make a Medicine. NA1A and they have two more 2 p.m. This bids fair to be an
In regular season afternoon of fun and frolic for
lane has been a games to go
2ml ,
1331 NW I cast of 3S to present the S bin cents of every TDSeal
Eighty one 439
AAM now stand at all plus a program loaded' with
Miami reaWent rtnce" 1941 Sheis production numbers In the ..how.Otb.r dollar remains In Dade. 13 play.
12.7
of celebrities
points and average per many guest: from the
of James E. Scott<< .
member of In.elude
a members the cast cents goes to the' State and sit
Immediate area of Miami and
Community AwocaU and Is a : Edward W. Paul JosephKnlvely. cents to the National Tuberculosis games Miami Beach aided' by the Fiesta
volunteer Red Cross Nurses'1Id Van Wunderllch. Chris which ear.
Association Last week feelers were sent to show that appears In the popu.
e.Shoppers. nronilno. John Tucker AI1..neRd..orth. that for re.
marke one ant of five teams who are a potential lar room.
Invited by Man. Olin Fisher and John search. oppents for the Rattlers In the
Ke to are TtK the Goodwill Whlteman. Dean Ryan Is the The campaign opened on No,". i Classic. They are Southern University Aa an added attraction and
acer Bargain Store and become acquainted (I musical director. The whole pro 14 and ends on Christmas Day. of Baton Rouge, who already keeping: In step with Its theme.Swinging ,
with the lower ductlon will be stared' and directed have turned down the of. Rattler JamboreeT
new by William Mount.DnrkeWhen the downtown merchants In tb.ar.a .
now .In effect. Sigma Sorors fer: Langston of Oklahoma;
prices Wonderful Town swepton Grambllng College of Louisiana; I II of the Mary Elisabeth Hotelhave
Kex cited' some of the. moneysaving to the elate of the Winter I Attend Palatk I Alabama AAM and Maryland formed a merchants citizens
Item which Include: all Garden on Feb.. 1952. audienceand I State of Princes Anne. I committee to honor the first col.
ladies' dreee now 29e each; all critics were equally: rousedto Meet legate band In the land and pro.sent
skirts and blouses now 19e each; a fever.pitch. of escitment. Sigma Wirers from Gamma If by accident someone who I to Its director Dr. William
.II ladle. and children's shoes Wonderful Town Is the oulmlna Delta Journeyedto ts not Interested In first rate Foster a citation for his great
stigma chapter
now lit pair: all handbags and Ion of a happy series of sue Palatka. to attend a state. football happens" to get Into the I contribution to this great organ
ha't"W 2*> e...h.n men" .. I* hmn as a brisk and wkle of Jiama Gamma Orange Bowl Dec. 10. he will tatlon. Dr. Foster will be bon.
Meeting
hirts sew 19e each; all men-* hrlll sat txMtk hy fiuth McKennyataut Rho The meeting was see two spectacular shows by the"ptaaet ored and formally Introduced to
pants new9e each; all men s her t"nt>, .f.<.Nrt but .man. Sorority.the Pitt .AMl-Oran band In th.laDd.." the audience between CIO and
heW at
Jackets now 29c each.peiatee1 .)Ie. sister Ki!.". n Th.- book 1..I:.u.. Sorer Cteo lUcntns the famed 132.piece. cakewalk.Ing 6 o'clock.For .
wae iran..f*....*<... into a wHalag lovely and uakiue home. Ilepre. Xtterbugctng Florida AaMband I additional Information for
K* ox nut that t'.. pia, My Wer I:. _. by tentative were pfeeent fromrhaHers I under the direction of Dr this affair or other Information
public not only sates" money Jtmph IVMs and J. rome In West Palm Reach I William I'. Foster. The band relative to hotel accommodationswrite
buying at the Goodwill iVargi- n. Ch...4orov. after which it made Tampa Fort fierce Dayton I I I men are noted" for their precis. the Rattler Jamboree C42
f' tre but tH Goodwill was "a.tablkltf"d an Dually effective appeal whenIt Heaeh and Miami. I I Ion formations and sizzling 320tep.permlaute NW 2nd ave. or call FR 4.I10S.
to give employment reached new audiences as a Much work: was aeeomHtfte .. cadence. Oh yes we forget to mention
and training to handicapped pr.ins laugh.provoking. motion picture. and the frHowsfclp was wonder II that we will have that strong
In Its plan and stores. 1: H'h Tickets far the classic which Fiesta Hully.Gully line and I do
purchase at Goodwill assists ... ful.To climax the afternoon's meeting will feature Ha. AAM againstan mean It will be swinging

providing more jobs for the Advertise! It Pays'HAIR a selection of a Mate talon outstanding opponent are
tiandlcapped." I now on sale at :North Travel Bu.roan. --- -- -
person to coordinate the program 1104 NW 3rd Ate.. Cob
for the Mat and establish bet. la child dancer
your a lovely
\ malty Drug Store C7SO NW
ter chapters and national The
REMOVED PERMANENTLY FROM FACE I person chosen was Huby Thomas nth ave; Mary Riltaheth Hotel ? Let her join the Fine
C41 NW 2nd ave and Grand Arts Two for
Conservatory.
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and emb irrat.", .""
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In attendance were: the price of one dance lea
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MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA CARD OF THANKS Miami for a number of years.
Services will be held In First
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 I Baptist Church of Opa Lock
The family of the late DEATHS with ReT. Macon, officiating. NOT

MRS. DEANNA M. COLLIERwho 1C at 1 p.m. Burial In Lincoln
died November 5 and was Friends may call at the chapel
I CARDSMEMORIALSL laid to rest November I. takes 1 pm. Friday. She la survived bya
this method of expressing our slster.ln.taw Mrs. Marie
Senior{ ,
..... .... --.--- ...-w .-- thanks to our wonderful friends Mack.
'll'7fl"'o and neighbors of Miami Liberty
Mrs Emma Lura Campbell of
City Brownsville. Opa Locka and J131 NW list St.. died Nor. 11 Baby Girl )McRae daughter of
Bunche Park for the kindness
at her residence. She la survivedby Mr. and Mra. Peter James )Ie.
shown to dear mother during
our her husband. Arrangements Rae of 13C1 NW C2nd Lane,
her 1:1..11.: ; and for the cards,
Grarenlde servteesconducted
are Incomplete. died NOT. 20.
ca Is, telegrams, flowers and Thursday.Mrs. .
other deeds after her
: pu.lnc.but Robert Salem of Goulds died
tr most of all for being with us No22.. Mr. Salem Is a 30.rear Gladys: Phillips of 19
when we needed you most. residence of Florida, coming NW 55th at.. died NOT. 2! In
Special thanks to Father W. A. here from Cordtle, Ga. Services Jackson Hospital. She Is wrvlred

Barry of SL Phillips CatholU will be held la Cordele. Sumon \'. by eight children, her motfc+...
Church of Bunehe Park and Mrs. are his mother and three slaters. Mrs. Alice Stroud and three
Athalle Range. Cod bless and brothers. Frank. Dallas and JM-
y keep all of you and may our ale Stroud. Arrangements are.* In

Mother of Perpetual help pray Services for hattie Mae Wll. complete.

for you always. lams of Goulds were held Satar.

Mrs Katherine Cowan. day at the Church of Christ Richardson .
} daughter Written In Heaven with Elder
1 John H Collier son
Drown officiating. Survivor art
Edwards Funeral serrices for Mrs.
MM| Vera ,
her mother two sisters and three
foster daughter brothers. Eloulte Grant. 3C1 NW 7th St..
Charles E. Oowan. were held from the chapel on
son.In.law \'. 23 at 11 a.m. Burial In CityCem
Rerrlces, for Hosle Maxwell of
Four grand children lll NW Ind court were held teryFerrices.

Sunday at the First DaptlstChurch
for Frank McKe,.'|e.
CARD OF THANKSThe In Haharih. Ga. He lalurrlved
7151 NW 14th ."fI.. apt 10 will
by his wife Maggie,
,
b* held NOT 25 at 1 from
family of the late two brothers and two sisters. pm
St. Matthews Baptist ChurchMrs
MRS NRLLIE S. POWERSwho
died October 30. and was Services J.A. TIKmaa: of .
Ada Peterson. 241 N'14th
aid to rest November 5. takes 317S Douglas Road were held
ik St. apt. 3. died Nor 1* In
ti 'ha: method of eipresMng! thank Sunday In Vlda'la. Ga. fie Is auryt..d Christian Hospital ArrsnaemewtsIncomplete. .
sod appreciation to the many by his wife. Addle*, thmbrothu. .
friends who were so kind during ..
1.
Us hours of bereavement Thanks Jo Ann
Cross Infant danaiih
for your cards, letters telegrams Services for Reese Williams of of Mr and Mrs. WWe Joe C,...
flowers cars and other kind ges. 4101 NW list court were held 112C NW lt Ct. apt. S. w*.
urea of sympathy. Special Sunday at the Baptist Church In burled NOT 19Nursery .
1 thanks to the Francis Funeral Cordele, Ga. Survivors arebis

Home for Its very fine service mother.
-- -- -
D. Hall of Eben. Child CareW1L5O.'i'S
pastor
10 l>. W. \MOIUtLI/.KD M. lHrr (liiiirh.' lull X\V 4th ReT A
Illrhanl I rVr. eser Methodist Church for his I Nursery Kind n,ar.
SPICI.IL SKIIVICK The Most nturl. FY. oi.nrlr Francis
.,. In will two the rrlel consoling sermon, The Home ten. Hot lunch. Children from 6
U. I rnr" t I. IV er ett, the late t rharcc.
hold of Ruth. Pioneers and oth. I months to 5 years $4.M perweek. '
,
Metropolitan Primate of the nt at the aenki. Blhop Pet Willie James Roberts of 1010
Again thanksto Call NE
er organizations. 4.3759. 2271 NW
.\...*.itout r-Uhollc ll+urrh, who ersen died Miiblrnly on last everyone for everything. May NW 2nd a...., was dead on anI.nl Mth St N19
will he fltflnc'y honored Atperlal a at Jackson hospital .
Thanksgiving This special God bless you all. NOT. 1$
memorial nolrtnn ma.a of M-nlr In bring held by his beUneil Mrs Eddie Drown DghL Services will be held No. 1C at'
re lem In memory of the flrntannhtnMiry
.f1t
1 p.m. at Greater Bethel AMC
of hi. death on thU folUmrn In revered. memory. And FamilyCARETOF Church with ReT. S. A. Cousin BEST DEAL IN TOWN

Saturday morning at D o'clock at .
officiating. The body will be on
--- THANKS 2 Bedroom
-- ----- --- Apartment
view
In the chapel Friday after
noon. Survivors Include his moth > Entrances
IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKS The family of the late
.r, Mrs. Ola Mae Roberts father Ve.r Own Garden
I MRS. VIVIAN TORRES ReT. O. R. Roberts two broth.
ad but loving memory of 1. th. hufttand of the late, wish to eipresa their thanks and era Guy Roberts and Bob Roberts I He Crewdln*

our dear wife mother and grand ANETTA MACK appreciation to the many friendsfor a sister Mrs Emma L. ColUna. I New. Paint Jet

mother who died on Nov 3. wish to lake their kindness shown duringthe Inside ae OvtMtfeOppeelte
this method and privilege to hours of bereavement. Thanks

thank all my friends and neigh for your many telegrams letters Henry Grandberry. 11 tit 8W110th New Christian HospItal 1
lion for the wonderful assistance cards, flowers refreshments and
ATe., Terrine died' No21
3200V.. .
all other kind of 47lh SI.Cteme
gestures aym
and advtee given me during the In Jackson Hospital. Arrangements
fBt bereavement of my wife, path are Incomplete' Survivors out. Manager on I".rvml...*
thanks for the' eards. (ears tele- Special thanks to the directorand are a alster.
cram. lowers and other kind personnel of the Range Fun.

(.. slur** hanks also for kind eral Home for their most effl. Baby Boy Jackson son of Mr r
C'saad aM4.ta.... shown me dent service, and to the n.I.. and Mrs. Tatt Everett was still i it '
C Mlcklns and members of the
C3' the dtMMrott Are that
ag born In Jackson Hospital NOT
Ccfry my ..... on :;eU.. Mt Olivette Baptist Church fortheir 11. GraTeslde services' In Para-
\>;ata thanks to everyone forcrrrytnl very kind gesture and services dive Memorial Cemetery.
.g. Again thanks to everyonefor

I RMfOt' Mack everything Baby Do Jut oo son og Mr.
The Kelly Family and Mrs. John Jackson was still .

born In Jackson Hospital NOT
IN M.EMORIAM 11. Services NOT. 21.
IN MEMORIAMIn

In sad but loving memory of Baby Boy Harrison Mealing yr GRa.I. '

sad but loving memory of our dear wife and sister son of Mrs. Cora Mealing died
I IMt. I CD: d> ar wife and mother I NOT Ilia Jackson. Services on

wTi No1...

I

# Range ,
I II' "OOTI."" T\', 3:1 V.W. nnl
.--.- Mrs. Lonnle Carter Jlfl NW Ave.s the ,
outflt: to U e in ,.eur
F
r. rLI" A LOUSE: CLARKE: CSth 8L. died NOT. 1C In Jack. hone when TV trouble develop*.
who died November 11, 1859 I son Hospital. She warn a natlre of We .|e F HawklasTllle, Ga. and had lived repair, hail Fit 3 1\1: $.
May the, rut In peace and may I ; In Miami for a number of years.

.Ight p rpruj. iMn upon her rL r Services conducted In New Mt,
$l..i> on dear one we loved
Baptist Church Wednesday Tl I
Calvary
yen but J.-.u. loved you best I'I'I : Burial la Lincoln Memorial
lk< : ,
AJ mlo It. Clark Sr., Cemetery She Is survived by her

husband ItI husband. Frank three son and .
Ba). mln R. Clarke Jr.. son I I"enaoa I I 11 grand children.
I Leroy Clarke, son I VIHW3AV
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Caark. Kenneth Clarke son Mra., Beatrice Rosa of 14S1
Mrs It'Ntiir Prrklns. slater a. NW IS4th sU. Opa Loeka. died |
two aunts and three Brands i NOT It In Mt. Sisal Hospital.

iI Mrs, Ross had been a resident of
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JOIN

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THQUCHT
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,'. : :
MRS. LAURA 'MlMle" ROMERO R

1 lROt MRS. HILDA COOPERwho who departed this life Nov 17,
departed this life November 195$. TODAYBy

13. 1959.May "Asleep In Jesus, far from thee
she rest In peace and may Thy kindred and their graves
LETTER C. ALBERT
light perpetual shine upon her. may be;

TODAY The Family But there is still a blessed sleep. -HE THAT WILL NOT UK COUXbKLLKD CANNOT HE
From which none ever wakes to
HELPED.Tboma Fullrr.
weep.
Crispin Romero husband Although most people prefer to rraolvo thrir |>ruUrtu" will tout

BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt Rebecca Bethel sister help there nay arise from time to tine certain situation
Arimentha Qnlatyne, slater
$50 Per Space Susan Johnson, sister which are beyond the capabilitk of the tndlvidttal to sucrr*'

fully baadJAt such u..... If wise and quliflrU 'OU1lM'1 U

There Are no Lota Cheaper In offered la good faith and rejected without weighing its merit,

UNITED FUND the Individual is only creating new and additional' hardship

Southern Florida VOLUNTEER WORKERS The h&rdabJps berearement, by the way, will be lessened if

reliance b placed la a compkte service that attends to all de.
MEMORIAL PARK WANTEDCall
EVERGREEN .
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FOR RENT THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI. FLORIDA

LARGE house bedrooms. 7711 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 PAGE 13
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: Attractive IIKLT, Beat WANTED, experienced: bar
I I tcndrvsa. Apply at Mary Jane
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22nd are.BY.
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For relief of arthritic and rhtmatk .. FOR RENT
paint go *. Dr. Yalaa t.
Lunln Clink 2237 NW t2ntf St UNFURNISHED APT. and tornisbed If
Phone OX 11801. room. 1J74 NW Mth 81 +
CONTRACTOR OX 1-W20. S. A. rKrrr tad I
GENERAL
Alterations additions and re* UNFURNISHED apartment. Nto
pair Commercial and residential quiet place. 6306 NW 15th Ave
contracting. Phone Pen. Lov IH 1-0787. or NE 4-1S86. Nil 1
TU 8-5637. D3 ,
ROOld. 1712 NW 70th 0L Nil I
PALM READER h"Aren'tye11 -
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adviser en aU attain past presettt 11.10 slag* 110 40ub!.. Uaa's
and future. HBOC NW JIth Quest HotJM. UfO WasMaftoaAre. .
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Ol OS :
ave. .. Opa Leeks .

TV NOT WORKING If Fat 1 AND 2 BEDROOM Apta. from
live in Liberty City or Broinu- ,$14 per week with refrigerator,
rifle area we will repair oa 'stove and water. 144 NW 70tk8L of little
tft'dtt Pay weekly. Tree est!. Manager oa premise 01 proud your
Call Nan M cot his lint pair oft
mates. AU work fuaraateed. 14141. "
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STORE ROOM AND APT. 2210
Reupholstering NW lad St MU 1-1740. "ll4"n eau ..... a teller buy, }.HlMnrr
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Hettpholsterint work all kindsof LOOKING FOR a clean furnish fn m the stan.llsIn/. quality
furniture recovered reason ed room with kitchen. Call OX A..I IKke (,Nnlwre sn.t 1Ift'
alt... Phone! FR 4.1CS2. W. Bar- 1.4144.
ron \Ve pick up and deliver.
LARGE APTS. Hot and cold city
Partner Wanted water private bath. II S. 8ee POULTRY PiSHM
M272. 241S NW SOth I
By chain operator for hotel St.John OX A R K E T

Rift ahop. Good opportunity
for the right person. 6.R00M HOUSE unfurnished mean FISH PAUYGWCrtlfl
Preferred 1414 NUrd St. Call OX 1-0414 MIAIS rilrtTt>V6ITAJtI|
Couple Phone JE 14)967 6r FR 11127. 140 N W K Tilt Pu< F4 IMS

FURNISHED ROOM. 2211 NW

FOR SALE I 49th StT.HBDJIOOM -
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TOR THAT DREAM IOM or furnished apt. 1170
gust Florida room extra bed. NW Utb Terr. NE 1.0010.
tawm or bath. Retaodtllnf oi -
unkind<< call Holmes, NE 46721fr ROOM la quiet neighborhood
al! your building needs all Private hom.. Ral.ber.rk..
Mit.otM r remodeling can tx Opa Locka. Adults only. MU
tfoM ith no money down up to 1.0120
5 years to pay. Licensed and in-
.UhCI. indl3HKDROOM NICE t-ROOM HOUSE la the Open House Sunday
Closed la. tiled porch. All
Hty.
CDS. Florida room. room private 1101 NW lit PI 1075 N.W. 69th St.
Near school, on bus line. See at Call FR t-CClt. $695 Down-$85 Month
18t8 N\v 71st st By owatr. CallHoHrwood I'I 3-bedroom 2 bath, plus
,
YU 0701.. N2I FURNISHED ROOM. .,ntl.DtY.aDd ,
an unfurnished house. NE Florida room kitchen equip.
1 HOI'S$ <>n big key lot. Front S.4I20. ,ed. Separate garage, bar
7 HMHM and bath. Rear i rooms becue.. Very Urge landscaped
**d bath. All like De. Total HOtt$119' bedroom, eentrally location. Near
t*.*.0. 1750 down. S220. 2222NW I betted. Partly furnished C17NW lot. Top
Cist St. MU 11740.HUILDING Rib St Phone FR 1.4420 everything. Total $10,695.

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AND REPAIRS Flor- Drive by these homes
tats room, additional bedrooms. ARE YOU UNHAPPY IN N.W. 52nd St.
Yr*. of eiperlene and. ones 1440
poor Jb |t started we don't. stopne4I SMALL ROOMS IN A $995 Down $72 Month
; .p..tNt.. Call OX 1 6411K 3eautiful2-bedroom CBS
NE 0500- Nil CROWDED
carporte, tile roof oak

ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE APARTMENT? floors furnished kitchen.
One mortgage. Only $10-
We have 2-bedroom apart 650.

\\r Esrr)one ments. Large rooms. It costs I c -.- :; .:..mr s
W. .,,"&all,.* In s Ma4traed rinks
with Fan doss FlnaiMina arrant no more to live food. 1876 N.W. 51st St. .

Ml. $995 Down $69 Month
Altman Insurance Co. I Large 2-bedroom CBS on

7a* NW and 1'&. Pn 1.8421 3200 N.W. 47th St. beautiful lot with patio

carporte, tile roof oak
Manager on premises .
'! floors. New refrigeration.Stove
Advertise! It Pays! and washing machine.
I .

Near 14th Ave. and

-LEVEL HOMES 53rd St.
SPLIT $995 Down $73 Month

I Very nice bedroom CBS, .
LOTS large Fla. room central air
TREMENDOUS ; conditioned, kitchen equip,
SODDED AND LANDSCAPED ped. 50 x 100 landscaped

LOW DOWN PAYMENTLOW lot. -

MONTHLY PAYMENT3.BEDROOMS I Coconut GroveFor

2 TILED BATHS those that can afford a
BUILT-IN OVEN RANGE luxury home. Two new 3-
GARAGE, LARGE CLOSETS bedroom CBS, one and two
WINDOWS 1
AWNING baths. Newest features.

Built>in oven and range.
Richmond HeightsMODELs Down payment $1,500.

Shown by appointment. Ex-

REEF DR. lusive with us.
CORAL
and
COR. FILLMORE ST. .
OPEN SUN. 2 TO 6 P.M. CASH FOR YOUR LOT

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M. H. M., Inc.
HL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St.

Ora D. Taylor, agent CE 5-4246 ., -..,...., _..... ....



THE INCARNATION -

( Beautiful Home on
54th
IMS N.W. 81
Your LotComplete
rather E. S. Clarke Jr. vicar
Ime
The services at the church
nave been chanced: .. to the follow ?b C
Inf schedule>> :

toI SUNDAY
Church School -............... 9:30
Solemn High Mas* 10:45
'r. EYC meeting ......... n 5 pjn. .
Sr. EYe meeting .,............ 6:00 Building Servlo
'olemn Evensong and Benediction -
of the BlessedSacrament
Women's _______ '7:30 pjn. e PLANNING
Day at BUILDINGS
THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA TUESDAYSt.
FINANCING
I First BaptistThe Vincent Acolyte
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 women of First Baptist rehearsal 5:00 Your New Hem

Church. 15700 NW 22nd ave.. Vestry meeting _____ 8 r.m.WmmsDA .
Opa Locka, will observe their Y No Down

BAHA'I ASSEMBLY ST. MARY'S C. W. M. annual. Women's Day celebration LO-W Mass ____________ 6 JO a.m. PaymentOver

Mr France Banmbartner. of Bro. E. A. Cukner. Vor 21.Th" Evensong _______________ 8 p.m.
pastor theme for the day Is:
of Guild
North MiamI. a member of the Mrs. S. Dawklns reporter Women, the Corner Stones of Meeting the of our Lady Twenty Yeah ef
Horticulture Study Society, will I lad the regular weekly. discos Morning worship ._.. ..._...r.... t 1:00 i In mInd. the women of the l owing.FRIDAY
Ion at the Baha! Center 127 Evening devotion __________ '731 church are striving to make thisa Satisfaction
r W 11th are.. 8 p.m. Sunday, memorable dartTh. Sl Cecelia' rehearsal 8:30: pjn.
Nor. 27. Hr subject will be Sunday School was opened by for Low Mass en all Holy Days at ? Cm
speaker the morning
")fan', Destlnv." the superintendent Mrs. M. 8:30 ajn. and on Feast Day 8:00a.me
Is MlM Thomasena O.
Walker
Worthy. After demotion classes GCLEL! ( ''e9
Invited business
Ererrone It cordially toot their places with their education teacher at ,
to attend. Phone' Miss Solomon teachers.. North Dade High School, and a
MTttary. FR 1-5420 for further Morning worship was led by noted speaker In this area. The PL 1-3604
Information about this meeting. the pastor. No. 2 choir furnished speaker for the evening .Is Mrs. TRINITY C. M. E. 888 N.E. 79th St.
mnslse Josephine M a e k e y. principal
with their organist Mrs.P .
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Glbfton and Director A. Craey, of East Opa Locka Elementary 2014 N.W. 9th Court Miami
School. Mrs. Mackey Is also W. V. Geary, minister
and theNo. 1 ushers served.
1571 N. W. Clth Terrace
a noted speaker. If you miss
Rer Ernest Williams, pastor the,.e two dynamic speakers Church School ..30
Evening devotion led by yon
Fred Williams, reporter was will have missed Morning worship ., ..-., llaOf
some In
The Rev. O. Burns very Drive
. . the altor. Carefully
Sunday School ':20 Vllvered formative mexage Evening worship ...._.. ,, 7.-00
Morning worship . 11:00 a stirring wage on I I
BTU . . . . 6:20 'This Man Jesus." Number one You are Invited to worship with
holr furnished mule with )fn.o the women of First Baptist
On Sunday moraine the pastor McFord at the organ and No. Church You will be spiritually BARRETT'S SHOE KLINIC
preached a most Inspiring and awn ushers served. rewarded.The .
wonderful' message and It..... The public Is cordially Invitedn Women's Day chairmenare
enjoyed by all. The subject of a program sponsored by th.I"lonlrr .. Mrs Agnes McCoy and Mrs. EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
the message. was: \( Society Sunday at Lorraine Sanders.
Thanksgiving Day." Psalm 102 "'30 p.m when Mrs. Sylvia 1I7U SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE.
12. Roberts of Nassau. Bahamas, will ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.
t>* presented. A treat Is In store Henry C. Davis, Owner
TRIUMPH for you. Don't miss this. J. W. Stephens, pastor
CHURCH M. T. Copeland reporter Cartwright Sweating, Shoe Cleaner

Prince C. Mobley, pastor TEMPLE BAPTISTRev. !Sunday' School ........,.,., 0:45
Sis. C. McKlnney.. reporter BTU ........_..-T--i, _.....1...., ago
School of Wisdom . 10:00 L A. Thompson, pastor Morning Service .___ 11:00
T. P. E. Band . . :20 un Evening worship . I:00 'mlng worship ......_.___ 11: 1 ............,.-...._ J.,.I MT. AARON BAPTIST MOTHER JEANA
On Sunday morning the School Evening worship ftM I
of Wisdom WM largely. attendedand 240 N.W. tat Ave. Genuine Indian Healer and Advisor
enjoyed by all. The object In the reeent content spon'ord Rev. C W. Scott, pastor
of the lesion was "Thanks Be To b. the Training Union. Clan Dea. Earl Golden, clerk Gives Fact*-Geta Results-Satisfaction GuaranteedARE

Cod." Lesson. found Psalm >C: dia Hepburn won first place and Sunday:; School ....._...____ ..30 YOU SUFFERING, SICK, NEED ADVICE?
102. Devotional reading found 1/eonora Campbell. ernnd The Morning Worship! .._.____ 11:00:
Psalm Mtl.H. program was verv Interesting. BTU ..........-_.. .. ..,.... 8:00 See Mother Jeana-All she asks is a
Sunday at 520 p.m. the youngneople. liveni.! g Worship ___ '7:00 Moment of your time
The subject of the YPE Band led by Miss D Hart will Prrer meeting Tuesday 1:00
Sunday evening was "A Secure have a panel dlscuMlon onStewardthlp. WILL GIVE EACH CUSTOMER A GOOD
Peace For The Righteous Scrip, .. ." All are Invited. MT. ZION A. M. E. LUCK CHARM-FREE
lure.There The Sunday School will spun
was a very blab time .nr a "Million Dollar WeddlnK" 22nd Ave Corner 132nd St. 644 N.W. 112th St., cor. 7th Ave. PL 7-5237
had on Sunday night. The meMr *- Monday evening at 8 o'clock The Opa Locks
was delivered by Mother M. nubile In Invited Rev. C J. Jenkins pastor
Williams.FRIENDSHIP. Those sharing birthday honors Sunday School ____________ 93t
for the month In the Sundae Morning Worship .......,T.It_ 11:00
M. BAPTIST School UM Sunday wereMr. T League .. ..,tl1...._ B:0t WORK HALF DAYS
I16nly,. Deacon S O Ferguson.Mrs Evening Worship L-T--.I.-J. 7.-00
Rev w. T. Sims, pastor Lillian Hamilton. Susan
Sit Ruby Lee Carr reporter Ferguson. Leanora Campbell. GRACE PRESBYTERIAN AVON COSMETICSNow
Sunday School ..._..__.._ 1:20 Mr*. M Oqnendo. Celettlna
Mornlnr worship ..._.._._... 11:00 Smith. Nathan Dean. Carol De.meritte Rev William F Savoy pastor :!
Evening service __.__ 7:00 and the pan tor. 14th Aye and nth StreetSunday preparing for Fall and Christmas .al s. Don'twait
Ton are always welcome at School ...?...._._-_.. >JslMorning
Friendship.MT. ALTER' CHAPF.L Service .. .. ._ 11:0: until territories are all taken. 40% commissionFor
Westminster! -
Fellowship S Of
Rev II. J. Rennon. pastor
CALVARY BAPTIST Ruth TwlKgs. reporter choice selection this week call

Rev K' M Thomas pastarPhvlli Sunday School . . 1:SO Don't Fret Ficht! Mr Harris
Myers reporter Morning worship . 11:00 FR 1-6407
Stinrf.- School ..._.........._.._ 0:30: ACE league . . 5:30:
M,,rnlng service ...............__ t 1:00: Evening worship . T:00I JOIN THE NAACP! -
BTU .?._ s-30 .
Evening! service -_......... '7:00 U 1Li(8ii WCIU, x1L UL' '17. rY 1S]( UL 1S7[111L LU 1UL"l 1L L 1W 1RL 7L' l [1L7L

Sunday morning our pastor de NOW UNDER NEW OWNER .

was livered-Two a great Kln dom.message." It which was Training Is All' It, Takes .

very Inspiring and enjoyed by

all Sunday present.night our pastor again To open the door to a whole new life, as STRAND Cleaners

delivered another one of his a member of the proud and profitable
great m.... .... ").fa1ll. Haste
And Come Down." It was even Beauty Culture Profession.Elttering"
better than the first .
We will be marching Into our 2108 N.W. 7th Avenue
new church on Sunday. Nov 27
at 2. The dedication sermon will Our 25th Anniversuy --
be rendered by Rev W. F. Tan OFFERING
Der. There will b4II fppe

would In the like bitches to eat.to everyone dhura who SUNLIGHT BEAUTY/ SCHOOL The Best Cleaning

We have visiting with \U from ia offering you a life long Thanksgiving Christmas
Bunnell. Fla. Rev and Mrs.
Britton. Mrs. Britton was a and New Year's present, of our ansiversary with so PossibleSPECIAL
member of our church and she little $10 down, entrance fee. Balance in small I

was church.a director We for the Junior weekly payments. (Offer ia only for a given time) ,
are very happy to
see her once more.BROWNSVILLE. Remember Sunlight School Is staffed with the most -: 3 FOR
experienced teacher in all the modern fundamentalsIn p
i
BAPTIST cosmetology. Call or come in. Bring your friends. PANTS BEAUTIFULLY
Rev. R. Thompson pastor Day and night claaaea. You'll find proud Sunlight I

Annie Pratt reporter graduates throughout the nation and In foreign CLEANED
Sunday School ._.__ 0:30 lands. 99C
Morning worship ________ 11:00 AND
Evening worship '7:00 .-----. PRESSEDOPEN

CORINTH BAPTIST Advance training. Hair atyling. Perma Straight Permanent .

Rev. W. T. Thomas pastor French Hair Weaving, etc., etc, for licensed
DAILY 7 A.M. TO
1450 N.W. 39th St. beauticaaa. 7 P.M.

Sunday School....... 0:30
Mrrnln worship .?...-. 11:00 Phone FRanklin 4-9998 1-Hour Cleaning Done on Premises

Evening worship ............ ':30
Azzle Lee Marshall reporter m nar..7 3n + err an ac .. .,. .
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IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY NOVEMBER 26, 1960 PAGE 15


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DUNBAR ELEMENTARY LIBERTY CITY BETHUNE ELEMENTARY. FRANCES S. TUCKEROne

The DUnbar Family joins with Thanksgiving is a time to be I The Dethune family I Is still re. of the perhaps newest APT3. FOR RENT

others over the world In prayersof thankful for the many blessings joking over the results of the schools In Dade County Is that Efficiencies1Bt4reom
Thanksgiving for the goodness that we h.,... Hence, the faculty I recent' observances American of the Frances 8. Tucker The
of Cod and Ills blessings to as at our school wishes to thank the Education Week and Dook Week school Is located at 3500 Douglas S Bedrooms

during the put year, especially community for all of the help During American Education Road Coconut Om e. Oe te
for the prtvllege of using the talents given as daring' the rear. We Week speakers' from our com. Under the profound leadershipof
He hat given at for the I farther wish that each person' has inanity were Invited to speak on I. J. Meares, the school Is Rent Office
benefit of children.' We pray that I a most happy Thanksgiving and varied topics In conjunction with equipped with a staff of 23 4190 N.W. 32nd A...

we fo'.lowlng: the example of His that the ensuing year shall be selected topics for the obser. classroom' teachers three special THE BEST IN TOWN
Son, may prow In true lore for one filled with bountiful ties.sings. vance ] lots (music, art and physical ed Save

our fellows and faith that we II Among' the outstanding book I ucation. a librarian two custodians men.yTry

continue ever in His ear. reviews which were presented to and a maid, and an efficient
To commence mr school .
I week the librarian Mrs. S. n. Williams, secretary.The
"The World Great' Maurice
Religion Qeraham
deviating from stag members by grade
those Deborah Livingston
a minute skit dereloped' from the regular' "run-of.the.mtll" were by level are:

the lesson In the Large Classroom type of devotion has been harIng Clarice Thronton. VerbenaCrawford First: Mrs. M S. Rullard Miss us
and Delores
Bailey.These
Mr*. Frances' burette, a marathon of musical .selec i J L Farrinrton and Mrs., L. We Have It
pupils were given an op.
teacher wa prevented on Frl Lions all blending la with the n ff'd.

day afternoon. Dramatization of season. For his effort we thank portunlty reviews to' read over their the most public In.terestlng Second Mrs. A. H. CarTOn PHIL AND WINE'SFOOD

the outstanding principle* of the Miss H. Dslsden and Mrs. L.
1 him.On address system In order that the
Jewish. Moslem and
!
Christian re.ttgions Tuesday morning', Nov 22.1 entire Rethune family could Thompson. STORE
with appropriate tnuslo we had a host of parents at our I share them. Third Mrs. n. Rayford. Mrs.
I Phooej OX 1.9618
made this
a memorable program. Thsnksgiving' dinner. Mrs. Wynn All Ilrownsville and adjourn. N. Smith. Mrs M Day and )fn.O.la.y. .
Mr*. Cherry Mill Borer, trained and her staff deserve a round of 6968 N.W. 17th Are.
tug areas are snslously awaitingDec.
and directed the pupil Sbe wa applause for the turkeydlnners *. when Rethune will pre! Fourth: 11".. J. F. n..,.... F.
assisted by
Matthew Lawrence Richard and Earl Coot flaIcy which were fit for a king.It' ..."Teachers In Action at gp.m. I Murray and Mrs. S. Allen. NORTIISIDE FOOD STORE

all teacher In the fourth- look at the activities of In the cafetorium. The admission I Fifth: Mrs. A. Oullford. Mr. F. 1486 N.W. 71st SLSTOP
Is 35 cents for childrenand Clark and Mrs. L. Thompson.
Itrade. Mr*. Sallye Gate. some of our students. A group"
consultant, worked with mu.lcll the of boys from Mrs. Sarah Cherry'* 75 cents for aduts. 8l>th: Miss S. Summers and

music assisted by Mr*. Ann room visited a classmate who is Tickets may be purchased from Mr. E. R. Fryar .
Smith. Mr*. Flower designedand now at Jackson Memorial Hot.pltal any member of the faculty or administration In observance. of American Education

made costume*. Rood work citizens of to- This program shouldbe Week many educational
activities took place. Some such
morrow.
a must on everybody's agenda
Children', nook Week was observed Mrs. Jackson of Jackson's and Is promised to be an affair activities. were: Twilight School
throughout the classrooms Toddle Inn observes a round of which will be rememberedfor for the parents (designed to acquaint ,

with special project Devotional applause for her lecture at our a long time by all who at. them with the disburse
program for Monday. Tuesdayand last PTA On. Is ever thankfulfor tend This Is your chance to see ment of registration fees that are
Wednesday were' given by having citizen like herself an array of talents possessed. by collected at the beginning of the 1

pupil on the sixth trade lerel who are willing to lend a help the members of our faculty as school year>

and Included book review. U. Ins' hand to community projects well ss ontstsndlng' talents from Parents-Teachers Conference

brary skill, poetry and music. Troop 4 al. which Is sponsoredby other schools In the area. You'll Day destined to eradicate con.
Mrs Rifle V McFadgon. had have a chance to see the "hully
flirts or obstacles that tend to
American Education Week Ob-I
I It. Investltude Program last
gully" as you have never seen It Impede the educational growthsof
errance wa signaled by week. At tnak .
present
they are before Well be looking for you our students The activitieswere
tlonal prorrams on Thursdayand tug' Thanksgiving favors for the
on this once In a lifetime oarslon. climated by a morning
Friday Highlights werepaters needy. .
written and read by worship held at Christ Episcopal
W. C. Cogdell. principal Church by the faculty and staff
Michael lUmllton and Arthur Our follow-up program for the Elliott J.
Miller on The Puropse of Art Parent-Teacher Conference was Scavella. reporterW. We were spiritually enlightenedby

In Our School" and blographl. quite unique. To supplement the an encouraging sermon d.. THINNING HAIR
cal note on Leonardo de Vinci "'nlar"aIUlllon of the same HOMESTEAD JUNIOR livered by Father Theodore Gib.

Circle Dee. 1 on your calen the Guidance sponsored and ProfessionalCommittees "A Day In The Area M" Curriculum son I. J Ideates principal' ITCWNG$ SCALPDANDRUFF
held Nor.
dart Our Council meeting was on F.
Annual PTA Fall Festl. Court" at Its regular Murray reporterauditorium
faculty 10 In the library There was a
ral
will b.b..ld all dar on the meeting on Tuesday Nov 2.t
sharing period on special areas
rounds of the school. The pub. S
p.m In the cafetoriumThe
He Is Invited to attend and of study In each individual
enjoy Miss DHnre Hart
A V Club of the school l school Bach member of the group
the many activities plannedfor so been responsible. for the later
I which Is sponsored by Mrs. lies gave some area of study, tech.
your pleasure.: Please brine eating program cMmatlng' National IN JUST 7 DAYS
trice Gladden has elected Ranter or project that bad been
.
your children.1'eleon Hook Week Miss Hart has at.s ,
Turner to be Its president for the .
used to Improve Instruction In
I. Adams ,
principalMr bees responsible for the Intreettlnr WITH
D. R. Love reporter yesr The boys are making pro. his school Progress reports' on devotional
cress In learning how to operatethe the "Under-achlerer" were made programs dur.
Ing Nations) Rook Week t.J.1 udr.KURASOL
PINE audiovisual machine' Theyhave *>r representatives from Ma"l'Ht .
VILLAOn also begun to make plansto \\ Homestead Elementary. Sunday Nov SO. the principal
start a drive to buy more and fsculty members worshippedwith
Friday NOT is. presents Junior High. Goulds Elementary.
lion of a playlet ...atlttf'd.n.. "black out" curtains for the Frank C Martin Naranja and A. the Rev J. R Thompson
and his eongregstlon at thefrewter
school Satisfaction Guaranteed
Library Hour. culminated Rook I. LentsA
New Mt. Zion AlErhur..h.
Week actlvltle at Pine Villa hlthHiht of our American Sell la. sass dug nom ..4 fcts !r
Mrs Bertha Parks, chairman
)Member of the cast were stu Kuducatlon Week observance was acct If sol ttnUWt M row bcsUystM
of the Thanksrlvlng Basket Com. I N. L nethel. principal
'dent .....,',
from trade three through the riven on Sunday. 11.10 f* s twssJy Is
mltte I, doing a remarkable lob : program Theltna. S King reporter
It. many of whom Mrs Blliabeth E. i
when
were libraryassistant SeW' C. SABROSOL LABORATORIESBox
of collecting baskets for I b
During the program .1 Johnson spoke so inspiringly for I
nee dy. 6115. Sta. B UaiBi.ru..
prizes and ,
were awarded to student the occasion Johnny Ilrown
author of the best poem about Mary Rlesrdn' F Williams Thomas., principalD IV. 1 Mt*. Lucille WIIHams. did a wonderful I Advertise! It Pays!
book In the
the primary division Job of panning for
three second grade students tied reporterC. Hve classroom: demonstration ofa
for first place Roby George' Jr.. ----- first grade reading claas.Thanksgiving I
Cynthia McClaln. and Joanne W. CARVERThe I
baskets are being
Taylor Marcus Turner and Laver PTA me! on Tuesday. Nov prepared under the direction
Floyd $850.
grade' received also of the second 15 at II p m Due to Inclement' of Mrs Laura C ColHer... for our CashFor

lion In honorable men weather the attendance was not I! needy families In the cenmualtyThis
the Intermediate division as lar,. as anticipated We do' benevoleal gesture will be

was Fay the Matson winner
JOJt'e'ard.
sewed re. the program Wednesday with our local mln
honorable.
activities. for mention The First on the areoda was the I uters and friends la attendanceRev < Write tot
w the week resulted I installation of officers by WIU A C McQueen will be the

skyrocketing book circulation. Ham S !Rturrup. &rU..lIlaran speaker for the occasion Manyof UNITY LIFE INSURANCE CO., Ltd.

In the book review section of 0,.. Hankerson the president the families receiving baskets

the NOT. 13th Issue of the Miami brought a very Interesting report are members of the ministerslast of the churches of Box 698 Nassau, Bahamas
News Joyce Ward's review of from the !.Semi.Annual District some
Louise Floethe't Triangle' X wa fonferenee whlt'Il... held In Friday afternoon In the

one among the student reviews D-erfleW on Nov 2 Mrs HattleJaekson

published.The reported on the PTA I

principal and faculty are workshop she attended at Jordan I| 1

happy to have as a new member Marsh
of the staff. Mrs., Evelyn Cobb. a The followlnr' cowmHtees were 1 I
graduate of Albany State College. appointed by the pre" Me t4: Liberty Television Corp.!

Mrs Cobb will have a combined 1 ImprovementS I
third aad fourth grade else Bylaws I
2 Mays and Means
Parent Teacher ConferenceDay 4 Planning' committee for our I SALES AND SERVICE ;
proved to be a rewardingeiperlence rtlrl.,mil party.

for parents and teach The committees are expectedto :
ers. Tb. Importance of sues conferences make a report at the next ti1&! I GUARANTEED SERVICE ON ALL MAKES

was evidenced by the meeting to be held Tuesday Dec i
number of visitations recorded. 11. TELEVISIONS AND HI-FI Ii

Maude L Chandler principal Otie Hankerson presidentMrs c

George L Sands_ reporter II W Troy principalMrs



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Old Fashioned
Expression of Thanks

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1960 Michael's Nurseryand Mrs Ida ).I. Doraett wtehet to
KindergartenOpen Song Feat thank everyone who remembered
her during her recent Illness
The Missionary Society of 8L with cards, flowers telegrams
Nor. 28 1960 for
and donations.
.. Mary's W. M. Church H09 NW
Broward LOT OWNERS! Registration Sth court. Is sponsoring an old
:I Phone MU 1-4060 fashioned song feat on this San Gets TurkeyThe
County $1.00 and your deed ia all day night at 7 o'clock at the three turkeys rinD away
Owner church. Mrs. Sylvia Roberta of by Aid: rich Lodge No. 14
need for CBS home : oa
News you a on Nassau, mother of Mrs. Gladys
-.i. Mrs. Wednesday. Nor. 22 at Lore and
Dorothy Gibson R.N.
your lot. McPord. will be the distress Charity Hall went to Wllbert
flyWalter .. .. 14241 N.W. 23rd Court tor the occasion. The public la Pollocka C27. Alice Florence 422.
Any size or price range. Opa Locka Fla. d3 tartted. and Florence Longmll 212.

Bowe Also FHA wonderful value, ," '." '," '." .,....,..,.,.,. I
see model home at 2644 NW
wwwwwwww 62nd St. WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot
The C. W. II. Chamber of

Commerce Nor. 2at the will chamber meet Monday.of commerce Fairlawn Hornet "' NEED MONEY 50 z 110 Good for 2 units-41,150

building on 44th are. All OX 1-9372 'Y"* FOR THEHOLIDAYS CASH PAID FOR LOTS OR HOUSES
member are asked to be present. ?
Opposite Stevens Market
Mr*. AUherla Mince I ? li end. $25 to $600 BRAND NEW-Lorelj 3-bedroom, 2 bath and ***-*
lag thanks to all her friends and open every day including age oak floor, tile roof, bullt-k electric kitchen
relatives who visited--* her whileIn Sunday Call PL 8-3653
Memorial Hospital. Thanks 1430 N.W. 69th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.
again for the flowers' &and cards. IDEAL LOAN SEYMOUR BARONJE I

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wll'.lams: 6105 N.W. 7th Are. 8-1340
JE/ 2-4343
of New York City are! back after Join The NAACP
two years. They visited Mr. and
Mrs. Walter Dow last weekend.
They" are residing In DrownsTille. -
.

Harry Ppenc of West Phlla- Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
de'plha Is back In town for fire
months. He and his wife are residing A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY1
In Hollywood.The .

IJeaatlrtam of West Hoi M/lt '**'
Irwood and Ha11anda1 are
thanking each and everyone who
took part and attended the Fall
FaMenelte' Tea. Thanks to Mrs.
Willie Mae realtor, owner of
c.a'i
oor's Unlrervtty of Miami.
dM a wonderful job as ).I. C.
Thanks also to Mrs. C. Major of
West Hollywood and Mrs. Mac
James Mrs Maydell Draynon
were there with something new
In hats at the style show Sundayat
the Armory In Hollywood.
!
Central Baptist Church will
observe Men's Day Sunday Nor.
27. Come out and help make this
day a success. n.,.. E. J. Clark Is This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
pastor.

BLOOD BANKCHANGES 5 BEDROOMS, 2 BATHS 2 KITCHENS-COMPLETELY FUR N ISH E D.

HOURS PATIO, ENCLOSED FLORIDA ROOM, CARPORT, BLINDS, LANDSCAP

ED. TERRIFFIC FOR BIG FAMILY, 2 FAMILIES OR ADDITIONAL IN

ed Herause that the It people has been In the establish South COME. IT WILL PAY YOU TO HAVE BEN SHOW YOU THIS SUNDAY.

Dade area find It more ronren. WILL BE OPEN 12
lent to donate blood In the afternoon TO 6 P.M. $995 DOWN.

Dade Community and evening Illood hours Dank, the In SEE 7800 N.W. 15th AVENUE

Terrine has acceded to theirwishes .. .._
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and changed Its hours. ---- -------- --------- .1iI
EfTertlre Nor. u, mood Dank
will be open on Tuesdays Thurs Only $595 Down DUPLEX!!
days and Fridays from 2 p.m. to I WHY PAY RENT!
7:30: p.m. and on Wednesday and New bedroom CBS home. OneI I Two carports, CBS, furnished.
Saturday mornings from 1:30
a.m. to 12 noon as usual. mortgage only. $86 month. No $1,495 DownDo Buy your own home now I Be

mood dlnated at this branch closing costs. Open Sunday. 1541 not miss the buy of a lifetime fore Christmas. We have
of the John many
Klllott Dlood Dank NW 154th St.Only .
may be used In any hospital In See 5200 NW 10th Are
Dade County and throughout the fine CBS homes from $495

country' Appointments for group down. Come in and let show
donations may b. mad by call. ua
tar CE 5.3781,
$595 Down CARVER RANCHES you how you can own your own .

WCtUB"He's bedroom, very cute home. 2-bedrom CBS home with separate choosing If you cannot make

$78.50 monthly. One mortgage dining area and carport. the entire down payment we will

only. Clean, nice quiet area. Utility. Close to schools help you.3Bedroom.

SEE 1739 N.W. 59TH ST. ONLY $495 DOWN


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3 bedroom CBS home. Com CBS. Low priced. No
Only $695 DownSee
pletely furnished with Florida
: dosing costs $80 month. Cloae
this 2.be room CBS home. room.
Tile : to N.W. 17th Ave. City water,
roof
carport, Florida room. $1,495 Down
No closing costs. One mortgage : large open front porch, rear
Y only. See 1850 N.W. 53rd St. Includes FHA mortgage and I
: jalouaied
closing costs. Terrific location room, hardwood floor
:
fireplace, separate dining room

large carport. $795 down. Open
Only $495 Down Custom Built New 3-bedroom
\ Ni 2 bath CBS. Garage Sunday 1-6 p.m. One mortgage.
2-bedroom CBS home with city water
extra
J hardwood floora. Edison Center.
qvite a peel iHoriu** large Florida room. Terrific t
\ Call ua for time to ahow. $2,500 Down See 1559 N.W. 53rd St.
If hard to find brltrrthan equipment
what we hate .< cry .u. .
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, SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET



FAIR REALTY PL 71645We



are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sundays

I I II List your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paid

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