The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 1, 1960
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00234

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Books Close Oct. 8

REGISTER TO VOTE llfiW. Flagler St.X5 .



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Roundtree BExpoliceman eats $15,000, Holdup Rapreported


Amos Round that Daniel had picked RA.lndtrt'e was fired from the
tree teas er aerated from a Roundtree as the man In Duvat's force recently" on charges of accepting .
charge of armed robbery this court on Wednesday, oe money from a bouts op- I
week after a man who identifiedhim said he was not sure of the Men era tor. but was acqulted by a
in a $15,000 holdup said he tiflcation. Cr: .mlna! Court Jury.
wasn't sure. The charge wen I
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dismasted by Peace Justice Hugh

ta* Duval James Jr Daniel, of 921 NW Negro Named Co-Captain
54th at aid he saw a man I
leaving the location where Officer
Edmund McKinney reportedthat At Curley High SchoolTone
I he was robbed en: SpC 12
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of $15.000 He aid he retrieved
the shotgun which the man had Carroll! WJ.ams: one nf three
hidden and turht.'tt.t. over to Negroes attending Archbishop
police., wo reported that it o. Cur ley High and only Negro on in this Issue .
longed t Roundtree. the junior varsity foatbatt team,
In a lineup last Friday, police has been chosen co-caf>tatn by Pretty perk and dlcjckya.
tr.mmatr.. hare the spotlight In this
---- month's TEdward *....
R e! The 15-year-old! q..k"t-spok*n "..nnyw Murrain, eg
Patricia Taylor quarterback earned high praifr.ro 'e '....1". Cast Catt J.urftalleC.tak. .
his reach Sam ScarneceJiia. .* yu b.hl..d"th..acene*. .f
Wears Miss for 'his pasting running and the recent "payla scandal HI.
---" kicking In a came against the hard hitting *try Pay4a and

Pictured are m .!wd t"Middletoo :e t."C"rd by tL ccach aa the m st BTW Crown varsity n*ervc* thi week he the Pled-Piper"$ ..pe... t" .
High School Tigers of outstand.n' player: : en the team cored the only Jayvees touchdown farce b.hlnd ",.c." program*
Tampa who wan the first in a I and WMf1t't UutUrbaU present- -----oA.. on 4 of a 25-yard 8 run. and completed mlno.. and tell .f change that
aeries of trophies to be presented ins the trophy passes.Searnecchia are en the way.
by Station WMBM by defeating The trophies are presented td On the lighter.. *..... T*... five
the B.okcr T. Washington Higta the winning team and ittvst outstanding I << Mid .be th ugh a cameras "ww..AL a. n.ad.l*. "
I Vtrrutl weuld make the varaMynext "American .... .**
cenvetlen In .utThle
Tornadoes 7-0 last Saturday afternoon player on the team as )
and oth
I he hoped the
at Miami Stadium Leftto selected by the coaches. S.mflarpresentations ar. would pht..featwr* give a new
er Miami teams c ntinue
right Halfback Iaul Creel Insight en the grewlng' stature .ffNegro
j i I will be made following to schedule the Curley tram.
who m.debe touchdown bayty.
each game br adcatt by 'r' .t Carrel .is suit' cd to be moreIdt."t
Middleton. Miss ArUtenia Joyner. All thin and more appear In
leader of the Middleton pep WMBM.Photo by Johnson ol at basketball 1 than tools! thin |l.-u..r T*... Maa tnl.-
He scored 411 for Holy
quad; W Gadson,
last year

I MIAMI PRINCIPAL .*. 12-Year Old Boys Rob

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WINS NATAL AWARDThe Houses; Both Shot

work done at Dorsey Jr. Two 12-yrar-old boys wetl --
High School) under Mr & 0 ,t one critically in Wednesday -
Co H1'. ,up rv. t n has uon an after breaking into twromrs I POST OFFICE
action in education aardThU 4PRINCIPAL m the. northwest t4. t"j'l. I
lecrniivi- program was po!:ice reported BANDITSCONVICTED
aponsored by the publithers! of Metr poUt.aakt Hubert
Better Home and Garden. T e'NIUoa.tl I I y James Gray KHZ NW 3rd it. !
Gdudati In Ar.ueutiun, was Mot 'in U e kilt hand and i
and the National School Board Charles THemfwon o-f 1766 NW
Association, for" the purpose f .... "'- .. Nth ,t.. was sfe t in tft* tomarri Tw' men were found f'.n
ftvtag to individuals I b> the same bullet and was in I five minutes on Tucdsy of bcat-
recofnit.on wh hater acted x Amid the grandeur and beauty crit.o! or improve group local e4ueati n A0'11)to im- w of a MUs America pageant Miss uAd at Jackwn Memorial. H.- oTi.. with a pistol i w. tie! they
Patricia Taylor ww croned Miss pltal. tua$" $349 from th. post office.
of teachers at Northwestern Sr
High Sc-Mel..bo knew ei Mr Do ker T Washington. Sept 22, 11M'wo boys, police satd had U S District Judge Jttsrph P-
Cohen's work tummarbed his in the school auditorium. run away from home and w.reliving fast today (Friday i will sentcAee -
.finding and submitted' the project COHEN The event took place In- an in a junk yard. Ty John Henry Hall 26, andhenry
astern a assembly with senior Lyl.s. 4!. Twenty-five
rwh&h spewed how the broke into the home, at 1390 and
peered :n Bec Home and Garden
high students paying tribute to 1392 NW 72nd st year Is the mmunum set by federal -
level of the atudent .
meat at DorM l r October. I960 Mr Co.Ms' ,
Mir Tailor who will serve as"goodwill" He had stolen a gun in an earlier iew far the oHne
Hiffe ".a raised by the loner
( only r\ inDde .
ambassador and
r v- burglary Gray laid defective H Mi. a homier tan driver f
uHa extensive and accelerated UN.f teats daeses.The test. r. two other Cou iy.making but the a state total has of, resent the school at all 1940-61 He was twiriinf it when /-I 1134 NW 5th av*.. and Lories of A
official occasions. went oU The bullet hit' his hand I NW frtfc ave, Mtwrr they w..eMe
50 citation awarded ap- I i I three for Florida +I *.. CORONATION P.,. 4 and struck TtKJWHin the aunt When olftcefs/ arrested'

stom ach. I turn a low minute after the robbery
Gray was treated fer hand t Lylos. was found with $355

I Youth '"Killed Looting S.S. Office ) wound in his- --pockets.SUGAR--- --. -

Twenty-four year-old Martin heard the gUus breaking and
Jones Jr. ran cut of luck early gave the police the tip They THIEF SELLS ENTER U. OF BALKS AT
Tuesday morning when he was t und a window in the rear of
shot and critically wounded by the office chattered, and when $19,000 JEWELS GA. IN WINTERAn $332,037
police u he tried to toot the So they flatJud their lights lns.de.
cial Security ctffiee at 234 NE thy sw Jones standing. FOR $22 attempt by two Atlanta s"complaint, ., Ray 'A.tb Robinson the U.has S.lodged TaxC

70th ftJenes. Tbe officers ordered him to I Near e< who wanted to enroll urt in Washington D.C

whose last known ads surrender. but he crawled on his Miami Detective W. H.Pumphrry Monday at the all-Kite University Thursday, aga.nst tAe Internal
aU-feura through the partially said that It7UZold of Georgia was btodtvd bya
a for
dress was 1844 NW 64th st- refused Revenue Service "imprta rlr" -
to halt and tried to opened d'or to the washroom out boy admitted Saturday that federal judge at Maeen on wiling hka fur $3J2.U37 additional
escape by crswi&s throca of their sight he had stolen 1 $19.000 worth of Sunday Income Ux aDd penal
washroom window. Warning The officers opened fire through jewels from a hrme In Coconut A preliminary injunction which tits for 19S7
b3ts fired through' the wan fee waB shot In the neck Grove and sad them fur $23 would have allowed Hwnllt n 1ltoknes .
were I', and Cnarlayna A. Bay tort to Carmen Bastuo"1AN.
severed aixfTof JeneV vertebra
by officers lust as he steed, and Iev ticaKD, officers said that H* said be also sold a $7.500 Hunter. 1'. to enter the aUie w y.-ek'" Y rtke. Stadium
hit him I ba the neck and :
slugs i the bandit had closed the Venetian diamond broach t r $I to a base achoo at Athens, was denied by that year Tb Revenue Service
aide. He died la Jackson Memorial
Wltowood. cuntA4athat he had not reported -
blinds n the 79th st. side picker in Judg William A. BootIe.Tbe
Hospital Thursday. SO ruUAg prevent the Ne- $*4I.ee in that fight, and
of tae office and turned oft all The boy tad looted aero*
B. was convicted far receiving lights. He had garnered all therpewr'iera far met In the Grow and Coral roe. frm entering for the fall I Ii that UM service had refused to.
stolen g cads earlier this year Jrcm the &t n and Gables areas but ..Uhe detective -I|i term but It Is possible that they allow vsrkus expense Items coal
and was on probaUOD.A. lifted them up near pie back door recovered frucn bin was a 1 may be able to register for toe I'l> nected wIth It. including a t1,4 OI
womni la Ca nelAborbood nil Usrutrr hem to A or. $20 tranftUa" 'adift. wlntet quarter after Christmas I for flint ticket ...




TAGE2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1960 Classes Meet Sat. r \ "

Mr N rwood coordinator of ; .4 Ja (.
Extension Services for Florida A. ;:1
and M. University will be at F .
B. T. Washington Hkfh Sch ol .(
on Saturday. Oct. 1 at 9 ajn. for
the of collecting fees for J"I
;;: 1'tt.: the Extension classes. Remember \ 1 1s
nly cash or money order will + '"

1{ Ai a be Clashes accepted.already set up are

; Pubic School Art Elementary
r Science Methods and Materials
z in Health .Education and one t .' .
graduate course In SupervWon
and Administration In the Elementary ,.
Scho. I. .wo other grad
uate courses may he oftert'd.f < ..:
there are further applications for
; f them the Secondary School
Curriculum and the Teaching of
Arithmetic .

F r further information call .A
Mrs C M. Pear sail, director of yw1
the Miami Extension Center at ;
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f PL 9-2727. t

A small but gala marriage ceremony was performed .I -
when Marie Holsey became the bride of Ralph Carr at the Broward

home of Mr. and Mrs. Roosevelt Richardson, 1325 NW County
69th st., sister of the groom. The ceremony was performedby {
Mr. Benny O'Berry, Sunday Sept. 25 at 9:30 p.m. Mr. Newsy

O'Beny is owner of the Magic City Driving School andA -- .-

notary public. Jacqueline V. Jackson daughter of Mrs Mena Jack-
Following the ceremony a reception was held, at Walter son and the late Andrew Jackson, and David Clay son of
the home of the Richardsons, attended by many friends Mr. and Mrs. Columbus Clay of Portsmouth. Va., were
and relatives. A number of out of town guests were pres The CWH Fire Department united in Holy Matrimony on Sept. 3 in a double ring,
ent. meets Monday. October 3. 8:30 candlelight ceremony at St. Paul AME Church, Coconut
Shown above are Roosevelt Richardson, Ralph Carr, pm. at the Chamber of Commerce Grove, with the Ho\''. J. B. Blacknell and T. C. Kelly officiating.
Mrs. Marie Holsey Carr, Rosalie Pinkston, niece of the I asked Building to be All present members Walter are The couple will reside at 31 Dikeman St. Waterbury -

bride and Benny O'Berry. DUtch. president; ;E. K Hardy. 10, Conn.
secretary.The .

The Times and EducationThe pastor Baptist cf Rev.the O Benjamin ML wd Olive. is Franklin thankingthe Missionary i I ARMEY'S CUT-RATE STORE

officers' and members and
I The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
many friends f r making his first
present situation among minorities in our com- anniversary a 1U<<'eAS. He h a s
munity as regards education leaves much to be desired. been postering the churrfj in 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
In the face of a constantly expanding technology and the Hallandale for one year The finest products at Cut Rate Price

current rise of the era of automation, the condition be. Little Audrey Glover" daughterof GET YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL SUPPLIES HERE
comes extremely grave. The point of all this is made em- Mr. and Mrs Leroy Gl ver. GIFTS
phatic when one realizes how weakly the Negro community celebrated her 7th birthday on Blndoro ...-....... SSe to 1."
Cologne ._....... 1.00. 2.W
especially has responded to those opportunities which Sunday.wish to thank Sept. the 18. many Her parents friends Fountain Pen* .... Stc 1.00 TuM.y Lotio, 1.00 1.10KI.
have been made available to it in the area of education. for nice gifts and for making the I ..,'. Men's Lotion ._ 1.00vitamin'
Ball Point' Ptns tOe. l.tS
party success.Howehold .
Within the memory of most of us is the vivid pic fire a Candy for
of devoted group of our citizens who at great personal Fllltra I ...... ........... wc *$- Jtrgen'a Children Lotion-._97o Mi. 1.00 us
sacrifice argued the need for and persuaded the Board of worktr are covered
under the social a.cuHty law If OPEN DAILY SUNDAY S A.M. to 10 P.M.
Public Instruction to erect what was then the most modern an employer pays them ISO or JOHN A. McMINN Owner
vocational high school (Northwestern) in the region. mars cash. wages In. a eaUndar
Since this training has been extended to adults, response quarter of the ).... If you area I
household ."'pl.).,... you are
has been disappointingly poor. While the training program .......-...Ibl... for.. reporting, tho
has been progressing, many job opportunities have wage and paying the social security I
come up which our school could not supply due to the fact Uses duo.

that we have had no qualified students. STAR MEAT MARKET
It is more unfortunate when one considers that unsavory
and unfounded rumors permeate the populace to PresentingMasquerade

demoralize and hamper the efforts that are being put Ball \ *
forth to create better relations for our people. Each in 1520 N.W. 62nd Street

dividual in his nation's social and economic order is en- _
titled to the dignity of his person and the right to pursue
gainful employment which will assure him selfrespectand TIlE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

security. These things are in our present plan of life
completely dependent upon how well the individual .
seeking them is educated and equipped to fit into the current -

industrial pattern.A r Fresh Meat-Low Prices

review of happenings in he lives of former students .
of the adult study program indicates that many people
demonstrate an unwillingness to put forth the energy
needed to successfully complete the studies. Others have :;
entertained ideas about either members of the adminis "I
trative staff or the faculty. Many use the plea that they
are too tired after a day's work to engage themselves in QUALITY BUILT
any sort of program of self-improvement.
Now, in view of all thee things it must be emphati- BY
cally pointed out that non-Americans from all over the RANDALL HOMES, Inc.Bedroom .

Latin-American area are entering our schools, learning
skills, and obtaining jobs and positions of importance that 3
Negroes could and would have if they were only trained.
The rapid changes in the social pattern have definitely
negated that defense that color is bar Clyde KUlens, whose ptptilar
a to employment Hurricane Boy are rrescntjig ]I 21/2 Bath HomeCarporte

Implicit in this entire discussion is the threat of thecommunity's their first annual Masquerade
Ball and Fl .or Show on Thursday
losing ita adult education program. Tax supported night October 8, at 9 pm at the Hardwood Floors
facilities which are either ignored by the peopleat Fiesta Room 642 NW 2nd ave Gas
large or inadequately utilized are quickly eliminated.It The affair is being planned to besimilar o HeatTile 0 Built>in G. E. Range

is fondly hoped that our community will ponder these presented! to annually attractions in of New its York kind Baths Deluxe Kitchen
facts soberly and respond wisely to opportunites which arehere City The Fiesta Rom will be
now. It is well to remember that whenever one has a specially. decorated for this occasion
specific goal in mind that he should allow neither personalities : $13,900
or situations to interfere with the complete realization Admission: U, advance $1-25. at
of hi* objective. door $1.30 And Labia reservationsyoa
may phone FR 4-8105 I 11461 Lincoln Boulevard, Richmond Height
Officer of Clyde KUlens Hur-
UVI IN THI FINEST ricane Boys are James Strachan 1 Sale Agent Ora D. Taylor, CE 5-4246
president; Charlie Loe, vice;
CHOICE ONE BEDROOM CORNER APT. Sammy McKlnney. financial secretary -t We can build on your lot Our plan or your
ADULTS ONLY ; Bobby Marshall record
lag secretary, Clye KSllens, treasurer -J
5815 N.W. 12th Ave. and Charles Johnson
chairman of entertainment com
mittee. t Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off

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America is about to choose a new leader to We, the undersigned, join together in this cru-

guide this country during the next four years. It is sade we call upon Negro American citizens to

our duty to partcipate in this choice! Decades of join with us in a nonpartisan crusade to registerone

disfranchisement have proved that human dignity million new Negro voters for the coming elec

requires that man participate in his selfgovernment. tion.

In parts of our country force and violence A. PHILLIP RANDOLPH ChairmanNew

will bar our path to the polls. Elsewhere nothingbut York, New York

apathy prevents us from registering and vot BISHOP W. V. BELL CARL MURPHY
Svth Bo.t.nt Virginia, flaltlmer. Maryland
ing. We will never be truly free until we shake ARCHIBALD CAREY REP. ROBERT NIX
Chl'<*9.. Illinois' PhlUdtlphla. Pa.
this apathy and destroy these bars. In a democ-
racy a man's freedom is to be found with his bal Chlcago, III. Now Yak N.Y.
lot! Negro Americans are 18 million strong- Otrlt. Michigan Now York N.Y.

more than 10 million are of voting age. Today CUvtUnrf. Onto Chicago.' Illinois

approximately 5 million are registered thougheven Det..tt. MlcMgan Brooklyn' N.Y.

fewer will vote, unless we mount a crusadefor LESTER GRANDER PHILLIP M. WEIGHTMANWatnlngton.
Now Vork. Nw York D. C.
freedom that will rouse our fellow citizens to REV. OR. JOSEPH H. JACKSON MRS. KATE WHICKAM
Chle& .9.. Illinois Now Orl.."*. La.
this responsibility.
Now York. Now Yrk Yrk N.Y.

? HAVE YOU ? Atlanta. GoorgU' Loo Angoloo. C.,.


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Asked minister to delimitate the before I II
your Sunday registration Your Rights Can

deadline as REGISTRATION SUNDAY and to preach a> sermon
I Be Won With Your Ballot !
on that day on the urgency of registrating and voting? ,
Organized car pools baby sitters and all other assistants to enable \ Send this COUPON TODAY TO I II

every member of the congregation to register? I A. PHILLIP RANDOLPH. Chairman I

Non-Partisan Crusade to Itt'.n+ter One Million
Set up a telephone canvass of all your church members to re New Negro Voters i I

mind them to register? 8V.. 40th Street. New York 18, N.Y., 18th floor
I am proud to add my support to the Non.Partisan Cru

? HAVE YOU ? I, sade. Enclosed is my contribution of I. I

Enlisted the support and participation of all fraternal, civic, Name ..................................................................._...............
social and political clubs in your community? Ask your community .

leaders to sign the CALL and release it to the local Address _'_ TU In Inu..n..t......................._..........
press; and-support the NonPartisan Crusade with your do!*

lars as well as energy. City .................................... Zone ............ Btate .............. \

I ( ) Please tend me ........ copies of the Call to Negro
Your Rights Can Be Americans

I Make all checks payable to the "Non-Partisan Crusade"SATURDAY ,
Won With Your Ballot / \

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I PAGE 4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 19e0Main JUST BROWSIN'By Coronation At BTW HighThe


...,. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. aisle amid her pecra.
Captain Ell Claytn Clark Cyril Taylor, Patricia U a member Elliott J. Piexe. president ct
and well known of 12-4 homer;om. Her beau alumni
former teacher the BTW association, I
IB tiful white gown with butterfly
Miamian who died on Sept. ,
the key to the
full military funeral detail made tier a vision of lovtUnesi Patricia
was last given Wednesday.a In attendant as she marched down the_. to and James Enrin,
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at 740 N.W.16h Axtim*-Ph..,. OX 1.0421 was the-- integrated-- military personnel -

Branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave. Miami. Florida-Phot*. FR S-22M Force Base from who the served Homestead as active Air ) '

SUBSCRIPTION RATES pallbearers. H.Danrr pallbearers PWr.rTfll" i\ i '1 1'1'1.
of Delta Sigma
ONE YEAR ".50 SIX MONTHS $2.11 THREE: MONTHS $1.71H. Theta were Sorority members Her military history .

was liven by Leon G. !; t
Robinson and the Rev. Theodore \\e'
Garth C. Reeve. Managing Editor and Bw.lniM Manager '
Cbs n. rector of Christ Church
THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKMANY Coconut eulogy. Grove delivered the f Q! .JiL 1' ,. At),

REGISTER TO VOTE President Eisenhower has .'" .r fir
signed a proclamation establishing rt3l 0 1'l. :
immigration quotas of 100
Good news comes from those working to increase
each for the 14 new republics O'b
registration. So interested has our folk become that many admitted to the United Nations J I ,

Mood In the rain waiting their turn to place their nameson last week. .
the books. If you have not registered there I is stilla They are Central African Republic.

little time left but you have got to do so before Oct. 8. : Chad Congo the Republic Da
of Cong Carbon Niger.
Our local ministers and heads of cvic organizations honey Cyprus. Togo Upper Y
should be the prime movers in this registration campaign. Volto. the Ivory Coast. Camer-
Churches and clubs should appoint committees and con t n and Malady and Soma)

tribute money if necessary to urge and help their members Republic.

and their members neighbors and friends to register. TOO BAD. However, this turn-
The topic for sermons in our churches on thl Sunday ed out to be &ood. Mrs. Wander
could be 'The Citizen to Register and to Lou Landis. 20 of St. Luois. Mo.,
Duty of Every tcaut-fu) of etlortul: flow
C spray
wife i a soldier stationed tr pros:dent ct de: Sfjicr.t use
Vote. Germany, told police she tied cr..nt"dJ: drtped -" c:;? f er3 was presented by the Stac : I
The November elections are not far away and everybody about being raped by five Negroes :::r sbc-t tr th3udcrs! A c:.:::: Council;
in order vote not the week of Sept. 17 She -
who can qualify, should do so to ,
actually spent the time a
only for local and state officers, but for the president of Coal Guardsman she p.cked up,
the United States. Are you qualified to vote for Vice invented the rape story hopi ti
President Nixon? Are you qualified to vote for Senator would bring her husband bad!: t tt
!U me- Nice vut out a w.de
John Kennedy? Or it could be some might even vote for earth for the rapists An aroui { p1k
Governor Faubus? That is the wonderful privilege in our ed public offered a $3.000 reward + w ie

Democracy. Cast your vote for whom you please and for their capture. Why did

think of this! Your vote is equal to that cast by President Welt she have they to are put blamed it on fur Negroes'mu.:)

Eisenhower. You have one vote, the President has one that they are not guilty f. D
vote. Isn't that a great pri.nege.'e should never neg- that is Just one of those tturt.tsn" .,
lect to exercise this great privilege. it? _

Well Miami, or rather<< Dad
MUSEUM OF SCIENCE County face another bus strft
The bus drivers want an increase -
Last Sunday afternoon Dade County's Museum of of 50 cents an hour; the
Science and Natural History was dedicated. More than wner says he cannot afford to d v, ti p't
15.000 persons visited this new institution located at 380S. pay it. He thinks the drivers are

Miami Ave. across! from the late James Deering estate, being Unless paid arbitration eneurh. can be arranged .

now known as Vizcaya. one of the major attractions operated as usual the general
by the Metropolitan Dade County Park and Recreation public. will be greatly inconvenienced.


Timothy Sullivan was chairman of the dedicatory The political dtbateon- trie
ceremonies; Mrs. Sidney Wcintraub, president of the vision on Tuesday night! between

museum; Den McGahey, chairman of the Metro Commissioners the two President Presidential Nixon candidatesVice and Sen -

; Commissioner Ralph Fossey and Joseph Byrd, Jack Kennedy might help. me
chairman of Parks committee, made welcoming addresses. folk to decide to vote for one Ruth Revere Wins Meeting on

Others on the program included Dr. John Haldeman, The- C'OftHtUof opinion among Popularity Contest I I
political writers call it a draw
president of Miami Council of Churches; Rev. John F. Your Browser believes they areright. Miss Ruth Revere was the w.n- Alcoholism at

Moore. Aquinas Center University of Miami and Dr. ner of the h ty! contested popularity I
Joseph Narot, Temple Israel, Greater Miami. content sponsored by DN;'. : Mt. ZionThe
Mayor Robert King High will) Studio. 3 ave.
exhibits 14
Among are a ft bear a large globe,
n t run for office when his term ended Sept 20 Ms Revere I Florida Alcoholic Rehabl.-
tropical and other fish, birds a dinosaur. On the outside expires. Now Chief Headley will amassed a total of 3,660 votes to tats n Program has scheduled a
you see a saber-tooth tiger. have to decide if he will still beinterested carry off first place tenon. *<<:aJ meeting' on alcoholism ff
There are also a planetarium seating 50 persons anda in teekmg a seat on Runner-up in the event was Negro c.tueas of Miami, accord
rooftop observatory telescope and a short-wave radio. the- City Commission. Miss Barbara William who received I ,11. to F E Antis ny. education
2.800 votes Other .n the al: director.'
There l is admission charge. On Tuesday Miami received' an
content in the rtk-r: of finish are: The meeting is slated for 73"
We did not see enough of our people present Educational unusual present from the Navya EarUne Samuels.: 2.000.; Karetfaa pm. Oct Sat the Mt Zlon Bap
Navy Neptune-
and cultural opportunities like these! should receive plane- formerly submarine- hunter Time. 1.240.; Mrs. M Jackson tut Churcfc. 301 NW 9th st. WI.}
900 Emtty Burnt and Rosa Mc-
more attention and support. As it landed at the old 3 thtreei : ami
Donald "'t"ff'It'd with 108 each d
Anthony t
Visit this museum and take children. It will be Airport Merrill Stlerheinassistant and Yvonne says purpose
your city and Barrel and Gladys t.ie meeting will be to discuss UV
manager James
helpful and they will enjoy It. lUlt n. superintendent of recreation Davy were afro tied vuth 499. nature and IC pe of alohoUs-.
The hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on weekdays and 2 to were present to receive- It The contest was open f r anyone and to outline the functions
to enter and the votes the Florida Alcholic RehibilUatiua -
6 on Sundays. The plane U a gift to Dade were
p.m County children.In cast by per*one who had pictures program
a i the tudio. with' van us numbers He sara it M h ped that *peil
CAST THE FIRST STONEIf the United Nations, Russian of votes being allowed, tar committee on akoholkm w-.
Premier Nikita Khrushchev various prices of picture J. F.Deal be formed at the meeting VI':: "
you mis. ed the television broadcast on channel 10 makes a telling two-hour socechcondemning L| the propr. t.r of the subsequent subcommittees to k*
on Tuesday evening, you really missed two good features. the UN. United studio. at orated.
As advertised "Cast The First Stone was fascinating States and Secretary Hammarskj -
-Id's handling of the Congo sit SOUTH AFRICA
penetrating, absorbing and should have been a uation. His pat Fidel Castro not tour of the racially. segregate
"must" for Americans everywhere. It's theme was the to be outdone. consumed four- BANS OLESATCHMO nation.
prevalence of and practice of some form of discrimination and-a-half h urs blasting the Promoter Michael l Klisjer a.4:
United States' and speaking h.spiece : the foreign ministry told him the
in the North South East and \"est.
otherwise Castro returnedto South
has banned government Mt Armstrong's t u"
John Daly, well known commentator, and moderator Cuba on Friday by a Russian jazzman Lou:* Saxc-un Armstrong "-Aould not be io the interests cf
"What's My Line" interviewing leaders and otherindividuals plane but promises to come backto from makn. a concert the country at this 11&It.-
of both something to listen make another speech
races, was really
Col. Joseph Mobuo is trying .
to. to get the two Congo parties
\Ve heard first hand tales from Negroes, Jews, together, but Lumumba wantsto BARRET'S SHOE KLINICWe
Puerto Ricans and Whites. Scenes from New York Chi he top man and there'* President -

cago and California and even on an Indian reservation. Kaiivubu? We. must will watt they and compromise see. specialize in Orthopedic Work

Sponsors of this special program are to be congratulated 117V SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
It must have touched the hearts of many who saw SEGREGATED BY

It. Let us hope from it will come beneficial results. SEX Henry C. Davis, Owner

PROSPECTS OF MANKINDAlso Greenville S. C The Greenville Cartwright Sweet nr, Shoe Cleaner
public library has substituted
on channel 2 was the panel discussion on the segregation by sex for racial

above named topic. The moderator was Mrs. EleanorRooae.elt serregation.Three table* used for readingare

widow of the late Franklin Delano Roosevelt, marked "Reserved for women
author, columnist and one of the most outstanding characters ." Four are reserved f.r males. YALES S. LUNIN CLINIC
in the world. The library recently was opened
on an integrated basis after Hours 10 a.m. 1 p.m.
Negro sit-In demonstration*.
= On Saturday this week Tallahassee will be a wet Evening: 5 p.m. 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesday

city. Not so much from rain, because for the first time in "Fathionetta" Take bus No. 14

liquor by the bottle will go on sale legally. November 4, 1960
Eighteen store have been licensed six of these will be 2237 N.W. 62nd St. OX l-UWl
Saturday. Bay front Park Auditorium I,
opened on

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.' THAT The ,T Up from the Women's :4 ;
Suffrage Movement went to G Tenunent -
house on Sept. 21 and

By RUTH N. POLITE presented the Governor with a .
petition fefclnt for the ballet for
----------------- "'\' .DJtQ.U women. The delegation comprised '
Mesdames Eugenia Lockbart
4REPUTATION., Every man hask their annual spring tea, Sarah Sands C. R. Walker. Doris
reputation attached to his Johnson, Emily Parkin and June / ,
name. Wnat comes t.... mine Former president PAULINE Steventf.li. The women are considering __ .
when you hear names like George If. SMITH, presided at the Ini- the possibility of sending

Washington, Abraham Paul Lawrence Lincoln. ual meeting of the E.; Uoc Club a delegation to London. ...- pr
Sojourner when it met at the home of its
Dunbar/ Florence Nightingale. new president' JANE D. LEWISon ;- el
Jezebel and 'the more common Saturday TeUy-five boxes of clothing k1 ,4'k
High on :
sent the Red Cr..u0
names oi Ui.se we know so well .he agenda of the were by
near at hand Joe Smith Bill from the evening' was areport settlements at Aeklins. Crooked'
executive board
Bro n, Mary Jones, and endless and the of Island and Long Cay where the
reports committee.'
other names. As each name is Dime recent storm (Donna) did lots of r
mentioned picture ofbe in- who answered the r 11 call damages. More than $%0500 hurricane *
a Me
were damcy Myrtle Dullard
dviGua0 mind based en relief fund has been cot
Lucille Cfcavis, Glendena Ed- lected.. The Bahamas Taxi Cab
wbat we kn Uni n. Clifford Darling president I t ,
Huputations are often made on tean Ingraham, Wilhelmenia gave a check for 1700. The
!acquaintances and never Jennings. V rneka Silva and thewriter. union gave the same amount to e
cnangeo. We remember a man as bosteus.The president rsas a gracious the Crippled' Children's Fund. f.cf .
he WAS often without referenceto The fellowship
what be. IS. We need to look lour was delightful.Mr. .

again ana aUow for cnange ana Eric Lorenz Penn received his

growtn. Men's reputation are and Mrs. Edwin B. Rog. US. (honors) degree in mathematics 4
imp.runt and can be made and or ers, 2671' NW 152nd T rr. are and chemistry recently at
runed by **nat one think Allen
delighted to have their o-iuin. University Columbia, S.C
a.yi about another. MHe MAMIE BLUE of StSimon He returned to Nassau last week

Two points <*orti>y of considkraubo Island Ga.. visit with Mr Pf'nn.. the a n of Mrs )
(ij tie sure the conduct Jtem She will be here for a ten Konhilda: Louise Penn and the
is late Mr. David Juliu Penn ot
day period.
*n.cn makes your Be Nassau. At the university he W.a.a .
consunuy improving. member of Atha Kappa M s
.user you see lae oLDer person WEDDLNG BELLS Rang for honor society and was named In"Who's
he wasWOMEN'S
and not
u C1.WMiE CRUMPTO.S and Who Am ng Students 'in i
'f'4W. -..11r raMOTHY DLOO U'Ia..v. The the American College and Uni- --w--

weU4.ng took vuce in the home nki"."

DAY Sunday Sept. f IKT brotlMC'. popular liberty Before going abroad he stud! I

25. ems. a gi.rtuus and fruitful City b\klDeu m.n. Shaddrack at the Oakes Field Teaoh!rs In Fine
uay in the history of ),It. Tabor (Shaoawi Ward un Friday evenin Training College, was publk I Whiskey. .
which lUv.1uiuj Sept 38. Best
liapust Cnurch of wishes for school teacher and
S. Brown is patlor. Using ,ean. of happiness. ter at the Bluff Beutbera. and I FLEISCHMANN'Sis
tae wear. "Wu un. Toe Crvwn True Blue. Crooked Island and i
.1 Creation," the steering com was employed also at the Parcel
suttee wove a pattern of Chralian IIAITY BIRTHDAY Greetings IVitt Dnrartment of the General
feuuAship, worship and 10 Mildred Armbr wr, Claude P(*l Office In Nassau. the BIG buy!
guuaut wnica embraced ail I AdL.oe Jr, Ious Stoke. Throp.u I -
areas of the t tai church program .. E: Hammock Ocborn 0.Carey Inprrt r Dan .... 11. Mason fr-
Sept 28 M K cairn Smith, tirrd from the Bahamas Police
Mr*. SUSIE HOLLEY. presi4int Wu>ie Mae Hamilton AhMzaJc .. Force on Sn 17 after 23 years
fthe Fla. State Convening -oo, Kenneth S. Green Naomi service Mr )Mason born in 90 PROOF is whyf.! -
Women's Auxiliary, brought Gay &.pt. W, DuraGpl..va },aaun. Kinc.,ton. Jamaica, joined the
a slirrin message to the morn Bethel Sept. J. Alice Force as a bugler n Sept 18
ing service The evening: service Harruon.. Doris R iAtun, Karen when he came to Nassau lie
featured ''The Virgins and Their Smith, T mm> Da. VMMI Juhn- 'erved In the various depart ItNOEO WHISKEY to PROOF ea% OAIN NEUTRAL Sri.lV.
Cand.e at which time Mrs. son Karen Smith, Svt 2, Eugene : menu and was Court Prosecutor THi PltlSCHMANN DlStllllNQ COttPORATlON. NEW YORK City
WILLIE BUUTON. was CrowDqUH'D Kemp Sara Wilson. Huh at the the time of his retirement'
of the virgins" and MUaMARJANA Freeman. Stopt. 3; Loreaaa Brthel -
__ ,_ _
-A>- .nI( e;! A 8.r..e.r" !"""""' '
JAMES. wa* cron. Sn.riey WiUiam. Nella C.:.f- .1k .LU ti l1
wh I tun. Sept 4 Zeima IVten. Ethel
ed -M.- Mt Tabor Otters ; :
were honored were Mcsdames A Grkv. Mary Wilson Durs B
Patricia J hnson Sylvia Butler U..ier. Donna L Reid S vtWBDDING 5.
and Loreatha Pick who served as
chairman of the finance committee. -
MP extended to Mr andMN LA

guided The -virgin by Mrs, projectwas Odessa James F Lyf1d1.TUOUOrr I vi* OCTOBER 2.8 L LF Lcs

and Mrs. Sylvia Butler. tUft TilE WrffiK
"THe only ne A ho Nft tan at
The wwnenV day eeromWeetwas the tup w the well digger Submitid t NATIONALPHARMACY
compared" f Me-damees : by T S Sn Mon. Independent -
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THE LINKS. WC. the greater in the etty v.1Uh... WEEK
Miami. Charier Ift't last Saturday PMVAU.' Mr and Mrs Willie
-emng at the home of Mrs. G.iMy the foemer Mr. Fannie
JJAN1EL. FRANCIS (Sue). Attending B Spry) is their con S Sgt II.... .
the meeting were Mesdames bent A DIXMW Jr. and his wife,
Arena: Brooks GussieD Betty (the f rmer Betty B. 11
bbs, Linnw Faonin. liuktaFrazier H akieyi Mrs. Dixson i. the
Bernice Kemp Walton daughter o.f)1r and Mr AmmicBnUr
Y Robinson. Mary WUUams.Lugusta ) of S""t-ort. NC At
Colston. Louave Davis.Maude present Set Dixson is stationed I
Red. Charlotte Clark aDd at Cherry Point. NC where he's .
i4ayme EWUUaovi.. president employed M Aviat. nElrctrieian I
Technician! and At wnic. Biological ft
One (4 the most I't'fr.tun& and and Chemical! Defense Specialist
stimulating affairs was given He is expected to return to his
last May 28lh when Uus gr up home ties after two weeks wfnoneytnooiitBg ,
of ladies presented and honored with hit wife in @ progress/from mystical poUon to mockers phswKiuVpi
the gtftcd and UlrCUd youth 8! M'*w. _
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regatlon we are only calling u
tentlon to the utabllsbed podti .
PHIL OSSOFER n of our church and seeking.
Rattlers Benedict at TampaTampa to bring local practice In line
SAYS: with the statement of belief."

............. This young man expresse, a
simple statement of truth and
The names and facts justice. It taken Just a little honest
w..1 be the same almost when I We are in the valley of decision
MIAMI TIMES FLORIDA thinking to establish
MIAMI. knowingly I or un- our
M Unirersity ,
the Florida A and girding stand on the side of justice

Rattlers College TUen meet in defense the Benedict of their PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1960 iI i magfedon.Jm wingly. The for the iwo-battle edged of sword Ar- the valley of decision and m to
Join the flock of that One Great
National Coll footballCh&mporuhip I of sit-in and kneel-in> is severing -
;gatethe SIACieafue I, men' of Justice from men 'A.injustice ShepenL

title here this ..eekd1d.Th. B-CC WINS f I Middleton Downs in this unusual day
two foes meet in the Inaugural I Stratne. is&t it, that we are f
of the Golden Triangle I I revealing: our stand by ivrhere wes.t
; OPENER 28-8 Booker T. 7-0
j jI
here In PhiU-T Field with the !. and kneel" Yet. these! are excellent -
kicked scheduled to get off at 8 The fast moviac Tigers of I : standard by which our
pm Oct. 1. Daytona Beach The Wildcats I Middleton High of Tan. **, defeated state. M sfeeep .r goats can be
Rattler Ccach Jake Calther of Bethune-Cookman College the Booker T. WaWal'\O' mode known to the wor.d No
one of the cleverest coaches in defeated the Bulldogs of I| Tornados by a score .f ':-e Satiurday ,. wonder Jesus raid. "But thechildren
the came today, is planning to S uth Carolina State College by afternoon at Miami Stad- of the kiafdom hu.: be
use his three unit of Blood, Sweat a score' of 28-4 in a hard fought I *jnv Approximately 2360 specta- el into outer darknese. there
i I
and Tears that sent hkn into football game before more than t rs witnessed the contest' ..!siet1' shall be weeping and gnasn.ngo
lame last grid ."1.n with a 10* 1000 wet. happy fans. The game I, was postponed from Thursday teeth. (Man. 8:12.)
0-0 record "The three unit system was played on a rain drenched' weather.
because inclement
paid off for us last fall and field and saw the two teams of This 4he fate of those wnocteiic
The Lrst period ended in a
so battle 0-0 f.r the first I to foU9- Christ at the
ire stilt have the personnel quarter scoreless: tie. Straighten hairat
there is no reason why we. should The Wildcats avenged the 8-6 sane tame refuting towalk
not S- along with it again this defeat uffered at the hands of I About mid a ay in the second" sigh the some feet *a'' ,,'.th the HOME In
year.declared Gaither. the Bulldogs last year in their ,>eriod. Middleton xr.red. wfeee sane. mouth and dwell in the one
Nine of the 43 lettermen from opening game in South Carolina. LHB Paul Creel smashed off some ,iaftd with al; humaruty" easy application I
Last season are missing from the With two minutes of the second right tackle for 8 yards aad! a ., that
t many
'I It ,reUly ftC ; see Now 7.. gas .... ...,-.t..
'60 roster Two lettermen from quarter gone Quarterback ;I touchdown The play was set-up of our youag white folks are .......,.. oaq-'JI. .tr.lalt
the 58 team are back in uniform Donned Burke accepted: a quick by the 33-yard pass from Quarjtrrback Sid.ng w.th justice in this valley hair .bat. won't gs beek ... b
f r the current campaign. >End and ran it back M yards. Fullback I Larry Owen to end ot decision Thee youth are boUM&.s .... -.eo..
Jacksonville and Herman Murphy ran the Roger Daws.D. Halfback L. Net- .
Horace Small I raricjs: aUftg in shirr and m k- toUew r....,. M.ck
Eugene White, )Miami are round- ball for 18 yards to the 8 yard son kicked the saint after touch- JK tae.r stand on kneel-in& ........ .. ,.u-
mi into shape for another sea I; line where" Halfback Arthur Gee down. Local the c uneil of The Wesley -
on Both were. out in 59. :Kniht went. over for the score. i 1 The Tornadoes threatened to : Foundation Methodic youth SILKY STRATK
The backfield will. be SCK- Carolina was right back in the .core twice io the final half: recent> called:: > for':.nte- GENTLE ff MtOULAM *Wl
what faster with the return ot ball game a* Halfback Al Jones I nee m the third period aDd grit group. n .f a.. M.am. area in TWO omff JAIl
White he Mid. White Lewis to k a handoff from Melvin Gal- again in the final stanza but a church W.L::.AT F rs' *n pres..de -
Jcfenon, Bartar+ ; Paranore and lovay and raced 20 yards to a stubborn Middleton' defense kept I I i :.. d.a' gr-u-:' "*a.d 'ha.ic..g .....RN n.. ..../d a
Clarence Child, Lakeland all TD A pass from Galloway toM I he home boys from reaching pay : ciu-chr. f endeg- AT ALL COSMETIC COUNTtUCEASOR's
U..CHI..a'A..a....._.., .L.txv. tae 100-dash -.n- nu. Caldwell was geed fur dirt
.a shaft ten seconds. thi..oixr -P iDtS.Aiii I
Child was named to the first ended the score was 88.
A.1-American team in '59. Center Try UNIVERSITY OF
Halfback Rudolph Jones went
Curtis Uiranda, :;
arouad right end for 26 W. HAT It
Mss named t> the second team of yards t. BEAUTY CULTUREMOST
Associated Press Little All- score the second Wildcat TD
Joee.- ran right end for the PHIL AND WINE'S
America Beth players are sure MODERN IN THalOU'T'W'Fascinatinr
two extra tats With six minutes
p -
honors again
bets for mythical
Jeft in the third: quarter
OUt fallNorth luUback Herman Murphy pickedup Phoo. OX 1-9618 Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
a fumble and raced M yards
Dade Humbles for the third Wildcats score The ; 6968 N.W. 17th Ay. Hair-Weev Training Center in The South
dry for the extra point failed. At
Belle Glade 20-0 the end of the third quarter BCC I' NORTHSIDE FOOD STORE Write today for further information
The Nora Dad High School 22-SCS 8.
Thuader&rd of Op Locka, defeated j 1486 N.W. 71st St. 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue Maori Florida
I.akralnore HXjb Bobcats I The fourth quarter saw halfback ;<
f Belle Cade, by a margin of Frank Crayt 20-9 Saturday afternoon at theN CarvUna pas aad outran I
,-rth Dade AthX Field the entre baekfieid of SS for 30 I I
The Thimdertoird* scored late yards to rack up the final tally
tn the upe mc penod on a 29srd for the Cat The try for pant I
from quarterback failed The final
> pas
Kenneth f nms to end WilUamraas. The "..kkau 0111ta.J the.r LINCOLN ESTATESMiami's
[ fullbaR It y Barre booted second home game against Aidaay I,
the point after touebdawn. State College on Saturday I t
North Dade increased Its Oct I at 8 p.nu Welch Memo j
core' in the third period on a rat Stadium. Only Exclusive Homes For Colored
P-yard pass from Snms to Da
V d Williams The try f.r point Crandon Zoo Names
Us BO ,ood. Iqj4
Tie Thuaderbirds scored ;
again in the final: stanza a 'hen Winter Schedule
Johnny Hayes blocked' a Lakeshore *
get caught the ball bejA Craadoa Park Zoo is open I
\ the aae of scnnmvage. and sgain and rip-rung its wto
ran IS yard for the TD Barne ter schedule.:
again c nverted. The too will go 011.winter
Laketfeore's deepest peaetra- hour! Sua4ajr. Oct 16 wtth main
(.on wa to the North Dade's 16 gate cloMAj at S pm. Instead of
- 6 PJU Opening hours remain the
{ame t3 am., seven days a't'

Perfumed |'U''M stick* (Import* I The Craadoa Park Zoo wits k

.d) and pewdtrt: Anointing.Drldel tnere than TOO jpecie. of mammals
birds and reptiles, u free YOU Own The Home!
Bsuquot: High John and fo the public year-round. It UI No Closing Costs!

Ca"dl. Otis, tU I at Craad Park at tke

Prof M. Kaxim (of India( ) ttt'd end of the popular $4791 PER MONTH
County Park., I II Only
SPIRITUAL ADVISER There is ao! a f eur-aa. *

212.15 94th A". 1 children'* xo iande the *uok>gicai i S Different Models With or Without Pools
gardens, consisting of stone
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Prtce list tft. (coin, anly 1 ) :.ve anmials front &n.bo10 9300 PRICE $290'DOWN

r Farmer Brown' barnyard .. ANYONE

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FHA IH. U1 40 yam mangaflM for

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Old Cutler Rd, th." follow the signs.

Phone OX 1-6341 or NA 16953.

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Two LaborGroups 2. 1t4 (Title J t. United States

Coda, Section 233) SHOWING register all
DEMOS SET UP 12 now underway to
THE OWNERSHIP MANAGE eligible voters before the Oct. 8
weekly ,at Miami Florida f. r interest in the -future"
Endorse CallThe Sept. 30, USD. party members v-ters is also evidenced' by the
ThenamN and addresses (f spurred en by governorcandidate formation of the Kennedettes' ,
I the publisher, managing editor Farris I Bryant's support of girls of high school agewho will
and business managers are: the Kennedy-Johnson ticket arc attend rathe, tifctribute literature -
Civil Right Conferenceof Publisher U..E. S. (Reeves, rallying behind local kader to and help In the -grass root"
the Now York City Central Have Faith For 1424 NW 09th St., Miami. insure a Democratic victory in campaigning.The .
Labor Council (AFLrdO) endorsed November
Editor. II. E. S. Reeves 1424
girls Mil be dressed in
the Call to register one Headed by Congressman. DanteB.
mlllln neat Negro voter on Sat. Someone CaresBy NW C9lh StManaging Garth C. rascell, the Democrats have white, wearing the Kennedy
editor straw hat and streamer acrcas
day. Sept. 17.
opened 12 bampalgn headquarters -
The Reeves 6851 NW 13th Ave, MI- the front of their dre_es. Several
conference, the first ore ROLLING-TON TAYLOR ami in Dade County with over
ganized by New York's labor 3,000 volunteer workers already hundred girls have been
leaders to deal (with civil rights Down on hi* knees, Knelt some Business manager Garth C. signed up. signed up with the hope of recruiting -
problems was attended by more one'* child Reeves 6851 NW 13th Avenue The interest in this campaign at least 1000.
than 500 delegates at New York's Begging for bread he Miami.
at wept exceeds anything it ever experienced
interacted in b
Any girl
< Manhattan Hotel Never before, Mr. I'm proud to The owner is 1{. E. S. Reeves, in politics" Fascell said. ing Kennedette call her
The Call announced last week uy. 1424 NW 69th SU, Miami. The people I have seen and local)a may FR 7-3677
by A. Phillip Randol :fi, Rev Have ever, this feeling, fe.t The known bondholders mortgages this includes many Republicans,
Martin Luther King Jr. and Roy and other security holders are deeply disturbed about the Plans are now under way for
Wilkins was introduced at the The child was atone, lost lonely owning or holding 1 percent or sad state cf American prestige the Miami visit .1 vice presidential -
labor conference by Cleveland ..ndIred.. more .! total amount of bonds throughout the world. nominee Sen. Lyndon John
Robinson secretary-treasurer of And more than that all for mortgages or other securities' are An all-out drive, undf'r.he son on Oct 12. Sen. Kennedywill
. District 65. Retail Wh Jessie gotten None. leadership of Carey Matthews Is visit here Oct 18.
and Drygoods Workers Union. On Through the crowded street* besloAly The average number of copies
Robinson's motion the Call wts walked of each issue of this publicationsold
unanimously and enthusiastically Trying desperately to fond a or distributed through the
approved by the delegates.On friend.Be mails or othf'rwbemlil subscribers Ovt rfiJi's Pressed, face Pow Hr.
the same day the newly- during the 12 months .
established Now York Council :,f on your way you filthy preceding the date shown aboye-
the Negro American Labor Coun- .scoundrel was 11518. Overtoil' Hygienic Manufacturing Co.

cil also endorsed the Calk At its Someonewould l tidy y.Don.a Garth C Reeves, Chicago 9 Illinois"
Inaugural meeting the new I.betcr you dare put yaw dirty Business Manager ,
up pledged' Its fullest support hand en me. Sworn to and subscribed before
to the drive to register onemll Another voice would c-me his me this 2etb day of Sept.. .
la a new and am****.* .em
lion new Negro voters and to way.I I960.
M Athalie pact powder that will glvay
bring to the polls a maximum Range
turn ut of Negro citizens on November I cant go on living like this, he (My a c.mmUsk expires ..ir complexion a soft natural

8.Initiated. Mid. Oct 22, wan leek It.. the powder ,...'v.
by Randolph Wilkins What am I Being to do. been .*...Mnf for It to .1.*.. '
and King the Call t*,. signed by When you ask someone for hishelp \
4 with a creamy foundation
twenty outstanding Negro leaders
including Jackie Robinson lietUf'M hu bock on you CAL'S that will not streak stay

Congressman Adam Clayton BAR & GRILLENOW .n longer than meet ....*
.... :
I've.Ik. holes in both shoes.
Powell Lester Grangers .
Bfetaf pewder and the ne>oplllcorns ,
W. Y. Bell Archibald he said SERVING
Jackson and Rn'.j I'm hungry and I'm cd. BREAKFAST LUNCH *** II..,. your pare.
Taylor I I Sometimes I sleep in do rwys neatt
I and barns AND DINNERAt

OPERA I Lat night I stapt by the road Popular Price. At your favorite' ........ Only ... (plus tart
SEASON .N. more sAsH you worry my lad. counter or wnll M I,,..,.Com Met-....,.
I said a friend 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave. (plus tai)
OPENS OCT. 7 Fur under my roof shall you

The Light Opera of Mia.ni I Each hour shall be like a wun- .:- !.:...I.- _._..tL..iio.. L..I.i.l\t: ,.I:_._.. _.-1-' ****J *-J Mfc..
(LOOM) will open I its third tight dertand.
CLera Season with, Goor eGerhwinV Lovable. jeyuus and gay-
popular American Have faith for s meene cares. The Originators of this area proudly announce

muskal -Of Thee I Sing" This
great work won the Pulitzer
prize The work will be presented
in Dade County Auditorium Movie at Library <

on Oct. 7 and 8 at 8.30 p.m. No Hurricane Damage
This clever work include The Lodgvr"Alfred" an Hitchcock early and film excviietvt :

such tuneful favorites "Who
"Mill be tfcwn et the Miami Puo-
Cares "Love Is fl&e plng TheODuntl'1.
lie Library .n Ocfetor d at 8dofMii.
MWint. For
rgrern This motion which
Resident.Posterity is J u s t stars Ivor .Nove4lo based {
Around The Corner" and Jf the famou Belloc-Luwndcs nw- REGAL. ESTATES
course "Of Thee I
Sing. vet of ..uji>rne, which was also 1
Seat price, range from W.OO to the basis for the.Uerpman-Doy-
$1.50 and may be obtained at tike er film 'G64'k.
Gas Hot Water and GuaranteedNo
LOOM headquarters 7336 RedHead Cooking Appliances
MO 7.2257 or Dade County Free tickets will be availableat .
Auditorium Season ticket the MUmt Public Library on
of Service After the Storm
Interruption During
are alto available: while they hut October 3 at 0 c'cluck and far .
a. long as tfcey last.


$25 to $600PL8.3653 Failure to report your h u..> 10,000
hold ."'pl.'..'. wage for social Still C.iJD.wn PRICE
security J'op.r4l<"d her rights
U futur btntftlU and will cost
IDEAL LOAN CORP. you In p..lti".nd,. 'intervota.Get WARRANTY DEED WITH EVERY HOME
in touch with your social

6!OS N.W. 7th Av. I security office to loam your responoibllHIeo For Section 221 QualifiersNO
i under the social


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"-. :; $70 week check qualifies for one of
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lovely features too numerous to list

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South to sign H rnij'

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ThU beautiful 3-bedroom. 2 bath CBS home with.builtLn

oven and range, built to order for Mr and Mm. Telephone CEdar 5-8211 at any time

the Reliable Builders of greater Miami and
Crawford by North Model! Home Open Sunday 11 to 9. Monday thru Saturday 11 to 6
Jocated at 1523 NE 152nd St Washington Park

2iami Beach. Transaction handled by Mr. Sid Allen of
PL 71645. 8 ngrffTai 't F tm' yTJTP17*try its ITS Tarratlsf'iat"miss j& KfT fsiA iAfSJSfTMf.
2nd Ave..
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U.S. Showing FREE Every harmonyrhythmclass Saturday of Beauty -L .W-.y

Neglect'of AfricaThe with each private 3605 Grand Ave. I OA/1/i !111 t/TIAtt
instrumental lesson
n u treating EUenhower the new administraU African- Fine Art Conservatory Coconut OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

republic with -shocking neglect," Carver YMCAw Specializing' In .
former New York Gov. Averell ,
Harr.man charged ,
turn*wr WHOM AT tr
does not
The U. S. government s COLD WAVING ,
hla representative in any of
the six African nati ns that I WET SETTINGS ,
joined the UN recently. I
Just back from a factfindingtrip w HAIR WEAVING II MURDER
to Wait Africa on behalf of s HAIR STYLING I
Democratic presidential candidate ,
said that the administration has
"failed t- foresee the needs of s I
emerging people" all over the II
world. Let our trained technicians help II I
(He stated that while President !- you with your problem' for .In. I
Efcenhower's address at the J formation and appointment call I 4.. ta..w.. .
United Nations' Assembly contained -
some constructive ideas >tam HI 8-9338 I PLUS -
tinted to "a condemnation of _
his programs" became It contain barf W* appreciate your patronage
ed proposals that "should have When your TV act goo : r
been made a long time ago." SOOTIN'S TV, 321 NW Srd Ave. Mr*. Wllhelmlna' Stark/, Prep. r
will do an artistic job of makingIt ...,,:::-
perform like ntw. At the first
sign of trouble call FR 31589.BUNCHE .
JOIN : : I
A Invest in Mutual Fund ilIt
r A
A* little a* 65c per day towards -
a comfortable future '

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P.O. Box 41, UleU BranchN.
Miami Beach i'lt.s
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the Lab r Day pcrsden New of pictures w'i: ) fci: w for five t'N Dr Saeeng;' u kn awn as
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Sun, Men, Twts. Wed. Ausll Murphy In I
Oct 2, 3, 4,6
"Hannibal"with "HELL BENT FORLEATHER' S) *"""""

Victor Mature*
aUo In Cinemascope and Core STARTS SUN. 4
Men in War!
Andrews John Crlckaon In
Rhoda Fleming "Pretty Boy Floyd"CHARLES'
Men who shouted BRIDGES 1V'A

The Battle Cry! AT TOKO'HI ;

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Fresh Fish Daily Fresh Killed Poultry Groceries ......II8.IIt....IfUIJI6.... grew.: .w.W-: .... UAe...m I-_a..w..ur....,......._..._--..--arcs-.-..........
Meats Fruits Vegetable 1Eternity"

Open wtok days &:So a.M to S p.m.. Sunday 7 a.m. U 1 p.m. CORRUPTION]!

340 N.W. 16th Terr. Phone FR 4-145 CLWBAV-

tS Year In Th. Sam Location
A coxutna rcruKCnlE

Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off. 4I I.....,.,.W"...- ... ....,.,.....1IJr1IIr_J5.... _-.r..q

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RESS TOMMY DAVIS, popular figure around Club DownBeat LEADING COLORED
and Booker Terrace is operator of a club in Georgiafor PSYCHIC READER
** the same outfit motored down last weekend .
ARCHIE Joseph Leon, art instructor at Mays Hi, hails New Or .aHld I
leans as home. While here Catherine Basden introducedhim S
FINDER! Q.X"DONNA to people, places and happenings William Harris -
former manager Rockland Palace is sales representative -
with Electrolux Corp. Harris will appreciate a call

t. gone but not forgotten, everywhere there' John Wickliffe, who set up the National Business
something to recall her destructive stay. League here earlier this year, is down from New York
I motored down the keys to Key West last weekend. working on a hush-hush big deal Arthur Bodie is in
The photos and TV shots concerning the debris left in her town from Brooklyn visiting with his family on 55th Terr.
wake did not even touch the real destruction at Tavern- Plenty folk leaving tonight for Tampa for the FAMU- Lot her year of ..,.,..... guide
ier, and other areas further up. As we drove thru the keys Benedict game Saturday night. and protect ye* ttir' *sh st lift
M a llghtheue guide' tM ships tasTtorm
the kids were trying to recall some of the places or land a Far swoooas la vvswsjasjs}
marks they were accustomed to seeing but they were not DOUBLE WEDDING Greater Bethel and lava
there-Donna had moved everything away. wish it were AME ceremonyat COKtULT HI*- -
Church Oct. 9th Rosie Marie Rutledge and Johnnie
possible for more of us to see the Keys in its worst des Wood DONT STAY IN THE RUT. GET
Bettye Louise Slade and Robert Ham.
Reception at OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
truction. Maybe it would help bring God closer to ourevery
King O'Hearts .As Blanche Calloway would say, my OOO SHE CAN HELP YOU.
living. We surely be thankful that were
day can we of -.r ""''t
sweetie the week. Mrs. Louise Martin Northwestern
spared such a destructive and angry form of nature. Office Hour
Key Westers were "lucky" again, or 8S my mother graduate, Bonded Collection Agency employee 1 ....... 1 p.as, j jTMnR
blessed." I do think it a 0 cedar M v
said, "son we are Really was
blessing for us all it turned out this way. It could have r .

been worst. T HOLfG H T .ate
to.-.. S p...
I don't know just how far your wings can spread but s TOI' A r
if you are interested in stock car racing, drag, or modified
stock car racing a track I is available. All you need is you By LESTER C. ALBERT Too UP

and your pals. We are trying to establish Saturday night "HOPE IS THE BETTER HALF OF' COURAGE SS Year Expert.*.**
racing at one of the city's top tracks. If available, all )'ouha'e
There number of but
are a type and degre of courage courage
to do is call Daat Fit 3-7447. ext. 16 or PLaza MADAM
Intensified by hope, or faith has greater depth and a ..,1.!
76634. That's all. ritual uplift to make the road a shade lees, tort you.. In any HUNTER
emergency to depend on raw courage alone can b. a bitter and
MOUNT SINAI Hospital' first integrated Practical exhausting ..,.rl."co. H.w much better It would be to have 1657 N.W. 73rd St-
Nursing graduating claw got their diplomas on last Wednesday. the comforting reinforcement. of sincere and heartfelt faith. MIAMI FLA.Denl .
Sept. 28. Among the 39 graduates were Lillian Comforting also, la a complete oervlce to aid the bereeaved write..Call la pm
Long, Verna Goodman and Gloria Maxwell. Ceremonies whan a loved one I* lost Such eervlco .la available at HOUSE
were held in the auditorium of the hospital. It's second OF ALBERT. "Th. Light that Never 'a"Ll ,."
w underway. I understand others have registered Advertise! It Pays-
Hoard No. 2 of St. Jamon AME Church will
Stewardess _. ___ __ _
0 Beautiful ._ 4 !!III .L ''I ---
celebrate its 13th anun'enaal") Sunday, Oct. -.MU :;I4 W.W6 .Lk )C4W Wi Wi .-ral'J. jl Z'jJlL!
MI Lounge will house that Hair Style-U-Hama and
Dance that Dave Burn IK M barmy planning for Oct. 21 Old Indian Blessed Success Candles/
. Northwosterners are sporting 1961 class rings al

ready. Wow! With each purchase of Old Indian

Bleated Success Candle You Get
IF YOU'VE been reading the newspapers on licensed

fortune tellers, palmist, hoodwinkers, etc., etc., don't be FREE OLD INDIAN Weekend Blessing (err I 1
surprised on the big cut failing to keep up voters registration
a requirement fur the slick talkers' license, will Give your name, address and drte of birth, and have thl NL
force them to be cut off. candle with free gift delivered t. ydu. '
Call NE 5.0087 Old Indian Products
MY DAUGHTER, Pamela, is
she and other student don't ever ride in a new school bus. -- ,
She's attending Mays in Goulds and the bus picks them up. .. .
(two loads each day), but ways Pam "w' seem to always ",'. Q e"."..'..".*...---1-................_:;r"-b.--7.-. . } "'_:A-: w..wl..r..... w.:"_" t-- e"l1":7.-;<"..;: :_w ". -Ij.--..
get the discarded bus, the new or better buses are givento .
other !school areas that are even closer to the school 1
than we are and require 1 lest; tra\clling." I'am and the re t t Live in Clean Comfortable :
of us live in Richmond Heights' I heard that black u
beans, a favorite Spanish dish, will be hard to get. Castro =
boys are keeping them from the market Big Nick Fj;=I Newly Renovated Apartments
for the little URN It'a tAT
Ferguson i is throwing a gala party
Little Nickio's birthday Sept. 28. ia

THE EMANUEL HAMMINGS (Ella Mae) celebrated ;I I
their third anniversary Tuesday.I Sept. 27 JuliuB'ron's ,ua

is still, a popular good Richmond\' nation (Heighter it's three week New York p..iO vacation ap 680 N. W. 15th Street R
The Roll's (Sylvia Reynolds) christened theirs
Tanya, Sept. 2. The name is honoring one of the African Hf; K
Prime Ministers The Jack CorbitU <.I Louise I Hicks) have u
tagged their Jill. She's three week old Bill Allen ha .
been embedded in Mt. Sinai hospital for four weeks H,
The Theodis Hence second son last Saturday at Chrstian. It was a daughterfor [] RENT REDUCED
the Lee Thompsons ((Luella Washington) Sept. 19. II

She's tagged Letta Loraine.
DEBBIE AND VICKIE- COPELAND are tabbed on !u j
favorite spot the King', Small families with well controlled children taken I
my pad as popular people at my .u=
O'Hearts Sportsman Barber Shop "Liberty City's Fin-
est" is owned by Albert Smith and Bobby Staten. two H; .
enterprising young men, who after 10 years under the 1
f guidance and supervision of Charlie Anderson, prop. of =u SEE AGENT ON PREMISES
the Whte Horse Barber Shop, decided to "go out for them- .,F
selves". Charlie has contributed much to making better '''I;=u t= fi=i
barbers in these parts, coming from popular second avenue Emanuel Hutcheson '
about 13 years ago. His output in Liberty City has ;;t; ?!
been tremendous. Smitty and Bobby are grateful to Char- I.C
lie for giving them a start and I personally congratulatehim il; OR CONTACT

for boosting our youth. ,

GOOD FOOD. Bell and Louise (they need no intro- ;N_ BONDED COLLECTION' AGENCY I Ig

duction in these part) have moved in the King O'Hearta I, I
the platters are seen I
kitchen and you can tell by way
about the place. Says Jack Lomelo: "Archie, honest to I II '! FR 3-8416
goodness they can cook food so good, since they took I i
I over the restaurant orders have been coming in plentiful." u
Everything seems to have such a wonderful taste.

I I friend agree with Turner him days because at Brown's I remember Famous Louise Corner.from my old 1 : lr..la' ;: :C g: :;g f r E i3 c sc



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Church of The Open Door
(Congregational) New WFEC ScheduleMONDAY
Rev. IL C. McDowell pastor
A. E. MeN
eaJ. reporter THRU FRIDAY

Sunday Oct. 2 U Wbrld-twide
840 s-m. ':00 amt
Communion Sunday. Believers of Blind
all denominations the Gospel Boy
I whole MX to 11 ajsw TP the DJ
earth will declare their
essential 11:00 am. 1 pin,-td Cook
unity In the Ho4y. Sac
mew raroeoL Every serious minded 1:00 to 2 p-raw -Gospel B. Boy
tOO to 4 pmEd Cook
Christian should share in the ex-
t perience. There will also be re- 4:00 to 7:13 pxnTJ the DJ
9:15 338 pjxL-Jtaa Reid Newt
= ceptionba of new members and in-

ST. JAMES A. M. E. The second Sunday in October Sao to 9 tjxt-Sst Spirituals

I TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Rev. 11. McNeal HarrU. pester will a secod be roll homecoming call for all and members each, too to 2 pjn/ Ed Cock>
2:00 to 7:15 pm. TJ the DJ
Sunday School NtMta.
one must plan to answer to his
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1960 i Sadie T. Dun reporter or her name. 5:15 to 830-Jlm Held News
Evening Worship TMorning
Worship 11M A cordial: welcome to everyoneto SUNDAY
BAHA'l nrcrship with u* at our 11 sjn. 5:30 am. to 12 noon-
We are indeed crateful to our service in the auditorium of the 12 to S p.m.-D1aDch. Callowsy
Thomas Dau.m. ( members and friends for Seventh Day Adventist School, 3:00 to 7:15 pJn- Traffic Jam
Miami nurseryman, 1pm& us to make our lIome- NW 50th st and 24th ave. LATEST RADAR WEATHER'
the eisciliicci at on Sunday a memorable REPORTS ON THE HOUR AND
Center 137 NW 11th HALF HOUR ALL DAY
Sunday. Oct. 2. Isis. EVERYDAY
be "World o.cnmOI We invite you to join with us :( JOIN THE
Everyone is : in a day of worship and ,
to attend this meeting. At 11 am. music will bernished
Miss 501om.n. .(' I' << by choir No. 1; the
1M20 for further & will be deUvered by the
tor. He will use as his subject PILES PROSTATE

FIRST I Undismayed.* The 0 Rectal Diseases Varicose Veins
Communion twill be admi s- .
"What Religion st both morning and even Effective, palnltss, n.n""rglcal( | efflce treatments at low ooetno -
Teach in our School* services. Choir No. 2 will lose time .r Income. Avoid and
the rertn.n topic of the music during the 7 surgery hotpftafixation. Why
Robert W. Sonen : service. wear truss? Why suffer, delay and ot worse?

29th First road Unitarian on Sunday, 12th Annual Wcmsn's Day CONSULTATION FREE 9
am. The adult forum will be held Novem' Special "medication troatmtnts. ditto for arthritis, noitrttls wlcerm. .

school are held at : 13. We solicit our cooperation' blood prtoowre, oinw*, anemia, loot vigor, chisels ".a...
the many and varied activi of mon and .."'....

GRACE I A.. DR. LONG'S CLINIC 0 A General Health' Service
Rev. Wlium f. friendly hand of welcome is
14th Ave. and 69th extended to you at St 1MS S.W. 1st St. FR 1-1741 REDUCING

Sunday School ._., ., ,, : .., "The Friendly Church."

Morning Service ...""
Westminster Fetbws THE INCARNATION

We are fortunate Episcopal
that the Rev. J. C. 1BU N.W. Mia fit For Results in One Visit-See

member of cur church ( E. 8. Clarke Jr. rtcer MADAM MARS
duct service while The services: at the enure: *
and hU family are been chanced to the follow SPIRITUAL MEDIUM
The Savoys will schedule' :
Octave of St Michael's aDd

Rev. J. W. s Angela School ......,............ 930 TROUBLE IN ADVANCENo
1C. T. Copeland High Mss, ............ IOU:
Sunday School EYC meeting ..,.....T-..., 9 pjn. matter what your HOPE. FEAR or TROUBLE may bo **.
Uoralni Service ."..... EYC meeting ........... 8:00 can and will help you. She gives true and never falling advice
I '
BTU Evensong and D ne- I on all affairs of lift ouch atf LOVE. COURTSHIP MARRIAGE
Evening Worship diction of the Blessed I ,
Sacrament ._. 730 pjn. business chongto, will, deeds mortgage, law stilts, loot
The No. 1 choir and or stolen articles, hidden troasuroa.Reads .

usher board invite you TUESDAY your entire We: PAST, PRESENT. FUTURE. Tells
net sale Friday night Vincent', Acolyte you
on the church rounds. rehearsal ......._............._ 3:00 an.thin.l10u. wish to, know without asking any, questions.If .
drink with each 'try meeting ...?......_._... 8 pm. you can't seem to make a bit in anythinf you are la
cream will also be on Elizabeth's Chapter hard
luck-See the most
The Gospel Blind meeting ......_.-....._ 8 pjn. consulted Reader in South Florida.
Walker 'will be at the home c< Mrs. Florida She fives immediate help-RESULTS IN ONE VISIT! Don't fo
monies. We are locking Dean N. W. 70th StWEDNESDAY through life handicapped by others. See Her TodsylLiccased

you.Let us continue in Pays'M by State and County

our sick and shut-ins; Msss .._..._ 630 am. Gives Your Lucky Days and Lucky Numbers
Bell Little, Sis. ); ..... ... ........._........ 8 pjn. SATISFACTION GUARANTEED
J Phillpa. of the Guild of our Lady
guild) Immediately fol1 Private and Confidential Readings :

Thanks From 1 No Mall Anoworod&.. Mo In Person

FRIDAY HOURS: Dally and Sunday 7 ""' .. S p.m.
Women of Mt.
Cecelia's rehearsal 830 pjn. CLOSED TUESDAY-NO HOUSE CALLS
Mass en ail Holy Days at
Sunday, Sept was
shall not soon forget; f. sjn. and on Feast Day 6XM DON? MISTAKE ADDRESS
marked the culmination TAKE BUS U TO PINK HOUSE

ingly. endless weeks of I .' : rI"h1c Sunday will be
Periods of Joy and .. Communion for the 2590 N.W. 27th Ave. Miami Fla.
piness and doubt oPt of Our Lady. I ,
pessimism, all were
equal proportions on a. we the women of ntrd ss minister of music of
BaptUt Church sought church. Mr. Thomas is ana- I
cur goal for Women's of Markmtown. Ill aDd s LE BELLE'S MESSAGE WILL HELP YOUI!

brother dhurchmrn, He received" hi. B. S. and
citizens, we owe a i S degrev* in education and
debt of gratitude; decree in musk frooa
your unselluh, ] University of Southern Illi
complete cooperation Vie taught four years at
as we labored, were the I A and M University and
ing factors contributory with the band. At pres
bxmtious success with he's the instructor of music THE LUCKY LADYIf
efforts were crowned. I' college education at the Dade
And no.*, very Junior College. you art overcome with trouble and conditions
most gratefully. say are very happy to have that ort not natural" oho can remove thorn: overcome .
Thank you. I a talented person as Mr. Spells Bad Luck and Evil Influences. She
Ethel ).I. Wilkinson 1 I .. to head our music de "'unll,. the separated and causes you to gale the
General Chairman one you love. Are you sick or In trouble Is earns
relatives In troubl.? Is your business er work bad
MT. AARON II Are you troubled with toot nature Why net ....
Now suit this lady that was born to help you through the SplrtttVUIt
140 N.W. llth I Going on
Rev. C. W. Scott, Jackson's Toddle Inn Le Belle-let her explain your dream, advise you to make
Dea. Earl Co Id TO. the hit you have long wantedl She will give you the true moo
Sunday School -..... NE 4-4308 sago that. Is lotted to you. bringing LUCK HAPPINESS end
Morning Worship __ SUCCESS end veil you how to fellow them. Le Belle elves re*
BTU 1 suits 'In Just one vloltl Satisfaction gusrsnteod.

Price Within Roach of All No Ono In Trouble Turned Away
MT. ZION A. AtVn Reading for White end Colored Closed Wednesday

2741 N.W. 49th St.
Ope Locks meetings 1st and 1341 N.W. 20th Street
Her. C. J. Jenkins Monday nights of eAcli
tiuadaj School ". ...... OPPOSITE CITY INCINERATOR
Membership drive
darning Worship MIAMI FLORIDA
r..c.u. on. All residents of BUMS 21-14.25-17 within 2 blocks-Bus Ne. 2J mops at deer
Breaini WorshipAdvortlsal____ invited to join N. Mall Answered
Neal Adams, Pros, Hours Dally and Sunday 7 ""' te S p.nw-. loe d Wednesday
Licensed by City, State ChntJMIAMI
W. C. Bawl SecV
It I

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Ministerial Alliance I MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Legal NoticeNotice MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

To Resume MeetingThe Rev. E. ).I. Thomas, pastor : Robert McCaskill a SATURDAY, OCTOBER I, 1960 PACE 11
Phyllii Myers rep.rter

isterial Interdenominational Alliance will resume Min its Sunday School ......._.-,............ 9-45 the former Mary iccupant Elizabeth of room Hotel 218 You In

meeting at Mt. Zion Morning service .....___. 11:00
weekly Baptist Church, corner NW Jtth DTU .........................-.._. 530 are left notified in the room that the will clothing be sold you for

st and 3rd ave., Tuesday, Oct. 4, Evening service ........................ 7:00 back payment of rent on Oct 29

at 11 a-m. Members are requestedto Sunday night a visiting minis. 1960.A .
be present. ter from Pompano, Rev. Watson list of the clothing and merchandise -
Rev. Edward T. Graham is the preached a wonderful follows:
sermon '1, i '11111
president which .wac "You Can't Lose U Nine sheets 20 towels, 32 e 4
You do What He Said." It was I scarves 9 pillow cases, tao face Eltt unt
SALTER'S CHAPEL very interesting and enjoyed by I towels one table cloth, three n! Illterg
Rev. H J. Benson paster everyone. I pair of pants. 8 coat, (man), 2Ih.Mten gar vT
Ruth Twius. reporter .1 1 bath robe, 1 wool ,
Sunday School _.-"_______ MOMornini The Willing Workers are sponsoring I shirt. 4 pair of short pants, 2
wonhip ......,,.,. ",.ll.-OO a tea en the second Sunday mops. 1 broom I Ironing board 1
ACE Lean ... -............ SJO at the How of Albert. The bx of kitchen utensils 1 box of
Evening worship .-.-....,.. 7:00 public is tevlted. I II I I blankets, 1 electric iron. I

School The sick and shut-Ins are Sto.. One' belt 2 pillows 1:5 ft
Sunday -was opened by I
Lucille Baker and Sis Liza Baker rubber hoe. 1 bag of dirty
auperlntendent, Mrs. Agnes
We clothes 1 box 1 box
are praying for both of of drape*,
9:30 The attendance
at ajn.
Davis you to have a speedy recoverv.Women's ,of spreads, 1 b x of throw rugs,
with all teachers at
was 1 electric" toaster. 1 lady watch 1 I .r
their pasta basket of women's clothing kit s .
After Lve Feast, a testimonial
followed. Day at chen tic macs 1 tray of knives, I
meeting !spoons forks, 1 dresser draw full
The Crusaders presented their f glass dishes I
monthly program at 3 p.m when Martin MemorialThe Three pair of men's' shoes, I''
the Rev Ponder delivered the Bible, I dictionary 1 fishing Out side Miami: Church' where statute The f'ftI.Ins"' at a
message. women of Martin Memorial roll 1 scrap book, 1 box of pictures. Christianity is practiced the number of M.aml Churches,
The Rev. A. Gallon preached at AME Church are making btc I extension cord complete the young momrn at the right of Cath lie and Protestant, showed
7 p.m. His sermon was very in plans for their first annual Wo hoe shine' kit, dresser full of the picture haw Just attended that moat churches are willing:
testing Mrs. Ccrnelia Glenn man's Day on Sunday Oct. 9. toilet articles, 1 foot tub, 3 services at the Trinity Episcopal to accept wor htper> of all races.
and her Gospel Choir and ushers "Women f Yesterday Today bottle of*ray. 2 table lamp. 1 Church in Miami. Miss Anjceline COTK HYUOUS exception, were a
No. 2 rendered service for the and Tomorrow" is the theme for overnight bag 1 pair of shorter Butler (Kirtherest left of the tktptfet and Methodist church,
dayYou the day's program Iu. Charles slippers. croup of five) received communion -
are always welcomee. L. Williams chairman ofhf'' where COKE'S interracial group
Samuel Moncur, manager The w("Of"f'A"t'fe"\ members
guidance department in Booker of the CORE Training In- I Mere asked to leave.
Look and ReadThe T. Wathingt n High School anda
nationally known figure in educational -- -- -- -
No. 1 choir of the Church' circle will: be the Opportunityseveral
f God of Prophecy, NW 5th Land murain and Mrs. Naomi
; Need full or part
nth st, will a sing. State Meet Set
sponsor Syrooncfe. is a member' of thoBethune time interested in NAACP
ing convention Oct. 4 and 5th. Elementary' School faculty persons
Some of the groups that are and u directtr of the. Go..'el selling mutual fund invest
participating at this convention Choir of Greater Bethel. AME ments. Must have high
are The Six Trumpets The Church will be the evening,
Trumpet Kings The SingingS speaker. school education as mini for Orlando Oct. 21-23

ns National Golden Stars mum. Write P. O. Box 41,,,

Jerusalem Quintet, The White Mrs. Louise Byrd 1a the Wo- Uleta Branch, North Miami
Rose Gospel Singers, New Hope I man's Day chairman and Mrs I 52225. Tampa 'The Florida Stan rumored at a banquet t' > be heat
Beach or call Conference of NAACP branches auisun with the promotion are
Choir No. I and No. 2. AnttochHreclaU Melvin Moore, co-chairman.
and many others. I wtU convene (.n .its 21st annual the Orange' County Minister's Alliance
Services; begin at 8 PAL The women of the church are ,i*..*ion a> Orlando Oct 20 thru and the Orange County
Bishop Chas. Macfcey. paster extending an tnv.tation to af of 21 Making' the announcement I Branch
Jerry Pratt, presidentST. their friend' to come and worship f OO GO, Q OC i I was the Rev. A. Leon bra'" The Florida State Conferencef
with us at Martin Memorial president uf the group I I Youth Councils and College
MARY'S C. W. M. AME Church in Richmond Hts $3.98 chapters will also meet at the-
The conference will place em- than
time in Orlando More
Bro. E. A. Cukner. pastor $4.98 Albums $3.88 "dune pha4 on m the desegregating work that has lunchetHMters been 24)0 youth arc expected to attend

Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporterSunday I .the MMkm"Sfieakera.
and these public fa*
School ....."......._ fc 43 SEE THE WORLD'SCREAT Albums $4.29 I said "We and workshop material
ctlitfeKev Lowry
Morning worship r",.....-._.. 11:00 SPIRITUAL $5.98 I all of youth I will be announced at a
will ale bring our
Evening devotion ._....__ ,:'O t. POP leaders from over the Ute 'odcus later date Rev l*:wery said.
their activities and t.
Sunday School was opened by I
the superintendent Mrs. Worthy AND PHYCHIC READER : CLASSICAL plan a future court' of action EXPERT WATCH AND
The morning worship was led SPIRITUAL that will lead towards total bn
by the Rev II V. S Letrue TuRev BISHOP HUNTERIf phArntatten of existing court,
Nixon, a visiting minister PROGRESSIVE JAZZ dectttens n civil right ,c4muldesegregation 303 N.W. 2nd Av.

from the Bahamas, preachedfrom I y" a r. sink er .wr4e4 dee1, ties," he aid. and public facili Andrews' Jewelers
St Matthew 25:13: The I fall to M. n IMe)". Offlee I.erdally al All w.rk 0uaranU
Sec nd Coming of our Lord." 1 1 ,.,... te 9 p.M. TMredaj. You name It-we have It I The' State Conference will be- 40 Vases la lu.teeoo
His was timely and wu .... btu with a meeting of minteter
message 1 Bvm.. to .. Santfsy 11 SWIM"I 2 STORES FR 1,0111
well! received' No. 2 choir fur to I tun. I and church lay leaders on Oct.
nished music rith Mrs. Phyla 1112 N.W. 3rd Avenue %0. lU-Ugiou leaders will also be
Farrington at the organ and A.
Carey directing, and No. 1 ushers FR 3.2236 I

erved. READINGS Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE
Evening devotion was led by 11.00 X13.p
the pastor. He' preached from' ALSO CONTRACT

Hebrews 12, subject Th Christian r PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF IIOMES
Race We were very hap-
py t> have our pastor back w..!i 1417 aw 17 ... .' .....,., Llctn.d and 'l"urtd

us and to hear him. We wish hiss WISTHOLLYWOOD '(. I 1 .' ;;j.,. C.,Ur* Mlitd Fr.. "ff Estimation and C.n ilUtlfi

mueh SUCCCM' and godspeed The Florida Paint Co. Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.
\ male chorus furnished music wi'h 'LA. '
Mrs. U. thus at the organ and ,v ai *II/IL a tH:1II Time payment plan a.ailable-Phon. PL 9-3231

I N'o 2 ushers served.TEMPLE PRO. H"NTa' )

..oo oo 008Q1rO ":/.OrAG44.

Rev. L. A. Thompson: pastor
Sunday School -. 9.34 SPEND A CAREFREE WEEKEND AT TilE

Morning worship .... .,...-..... 11:00
BTU ._.._. .-..- 3 JO i Central Life Insurance Ce.IS .
Evening worship .._...... 7r0iThe EBONY
play Mcnday night sron-
lured between. the' women lit St & RestaurantAir CONSIDERATION THEIR
Matthew's Baptist ChurC'h.d
Temple at St. Matthew's, was PlanFather
quit. a sucrrc* The attendance condition Television Telephone b every room New Family Group
1 wa. Urge and appreciative and I II
I was kept laughing as the parUI Victor 8-4377 1101 Old Dixie Highway Mother, Children-All Under One Premium
I tipnts presented a few comedies. j New-horns Automatically Insured at Birth
The main play was the "Exodus mile north of W. P. BeaxhFORSALE
" uf the Children of Israel Frana Riviera Beach, Fla. AT NO INCREASE IN PREMIUM '
ii fit arranged and directed by
:i Bro. Chas McCloud Each member I II Very Economical Family Protection In Any Amount
''i of the cast did a fine' Jllb From
I Mrs Ora L. Haywood was anI I

nouncer.The invocation "was given by {I I 52,000.00 to $50,000.00
Rev Thompson and the closing
remarks by the Rev N F Cark: I
day 'Will be observed this Lord's The Company Also Offers Other Attractive And

World-wide Communion SunDay Modern Policies to Fit Your Individual Needa
Candidates will be bapt.sd -
at the 11 am service, and the Harmar, Inc. Offers in Richmond Hts.
L.rd's &J; ere will be admin .
tered during the moraine and 2 BATH HOMES
evening. 3 BEDROOM, Consult Our District Offices or The Home Office
"On to the moon.-, the slogan
for Woman's Day And the Wood Floors Enclosed Garage 1416 N. Boulevard, Tampa, Fla.
women say they mean It. They .
**ill ponor their annual tea at
the church Sunday afternoon Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. OFFICES ON FLORIDA'S EAST COAST
Oct. 9 A spicy program is anticipated.
The public is invited 176 N.W. 14th St. WEST PALM BEACH
Models: MIAMI 602 N. Roaemary Ave.

Rev. P. W. WUHams pastor Corner loyfs Drive; I Monroe Sf. : FT. LAUDERDALE FORT PIERCE

Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter 700 N.W. 2nd SL 304 N. Eighth St.

Sunday School ..........._.._-.. 9-30 CE 5-4246
Morning worship ...........- 11:00 Ora D. Taylor, Agent t

BTU .......+..r"n.A..r.r.r..r.... 50 .
.._ 7:00
Evening: worship --


THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FIX)RID A IN MEMORIAMGone der J. J. James officiating. Survivors
Include her mother, seven

PAGE 12.SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1960 I but not forgotten. DEATHS grandmother.brothers, seven sifters' and a

None knows how much I mhs

you Service for Joel Need c< 1013
I No one knows the bitter pains, NW 2nd court who died Sept. 26
have suffered since lost ;
In Jackson Hospital, will be hAd.
Ufe the
has been came.
never Oct. 1 at 4 at Greater Bethel
Mxs. Irene Smith of 1236 NW p-m.
In my heart your memory lingers '
62nd Terr died Sept. 22 at AMC Church with Re*' S. A.

OF THANKS IN MEMORIAMIn Sweetly, tenderly, fond and true; Jackson Hospital. She was a native Cousin officiating He is survived
by four nephews, a niece.I d
of Bellview Fla and
N dear member
day ever pass, my ODe, '.
*""" The family of the late remerorbance of But God will soothe oi this aty. The body was sentto
Ma SAMUEL mother, randoiother and sister I Patlaka for final ntes. She Is Jane Cinytrd of 2206 NW 6th
takes this method of expressing died Sept. 26. Mr. Ginyard
Sadly are
survived sister Mrs. Gladys
by a ,
missed wife
themany ; my ,
and ..appreciation
'thanks Duckett of Miami. was employed a* a fireman with
friends who were so kind the Florida Eat Coast Railway.

during the hours ..< bereavement Dustin Delate, husband Mrs. Roxannie Reaves of 16120 Survivors include his wife a

Tnanxs to everyone' for every NW 18th ave, died Sept. 23 in daughter, a ion; five tnndchlIdren

thing.alias Dght IN MEMORIAMIn Kendall Hospital. She cad beena and two nieces. Arrangements
Jamesina Akpon.
New York CitjMrs. resident of Miami for 16 years, are Incomplete.
sad but loving of
memory coming here from Washington
H. Coy daughter x our dear departed mother and C.unty, Ga. Services will be held Infant Girl McCknnon it 2162
York CityTlmot.b1 .,
New Miami grandmother.ERIE. in St. Paul AME Church at 1230 NW 5th ave, died In Jackson
Akp.o, son Hospital Sept. 17. Graveside services
'fIIa __ pm. Saturday, Rev. M. J. Fayson
officiating Burial will be In Lin- were held Tuesday, Sept.
THANKSThe Memorial She is 20 In Paradise Memorial Gardens.
CARD OF Coif Cemetery.
survived by six daughters Me- Survivors include her parents.

dame Lu.a Battles, Llilie Mae
of the late.
family! Infant GUI Amos of 343 NW
Futch: Beatrice Wise Fannie M.
CALSARROLLEtake 6th >U died In Mt. Sinai Hospital
thanking Fields, Flossie Jenkins and Annie -
Uui method 01 on Sept.. 24. Graveside services -
four Jessie
and relative Cummings; sons ,
their many Irienos were held Sept. 27 Paradise -
letters, Johnnie, Waiter and Henry, anda
f.r cams telegram Memorial Garden" Survivors
brother BL Moultne .
of sympathy S hp:
florals and Include her parents.Mrs. .
their bereavement. Friends may call at the chapel
during the pastor beginning at 1 pm. Sept 30.
Special 1.banks0 Wllfie BeU Scaly Mills of
and members ol Temple GENEVA FORBES 1848 NW 57th It., died Sept IS
the No. 1 choir and other I William Jenkins, a former pianist -
Caurca why entered elcrna) Je Sept 18 In Jackson Hospital Funeral
of 4 in for
the neighbors the Kiah Brown Bandof
auxiliaries 1959. was held Sept. 2t, 4 at
Franco Miami died la New
and the a York
court and 13t It. There aU her griefs are past Greater Bethel AME Church with
May Godwest hospital on Sept. 26. Mr. Jenkins
Funeral Home. There all her sorrzra's end Rev. S. A. Cousin officiating.
,ou.. She gained a peaceful rest a! known ti: many friends u "Bob Survivors Include two sisters,
Mrs. Elizabeth Holle, wile last ber Red" was a native of Fort
Mrs. Wilton cf
And Family With Jesus Pierce, and had lived in Miami
Christ her eternal .. for Mm Ella Clayton of West Palm
a number of years before
Father. Beach a brother John of Miami.
The moving to New York. Service
AppreciationThe Family
In will be held in St Paul AME

Church Oct. 1 at 1230 pm. along Mrs. Catherine Delavoe of 2054
family of the late SEALEY IN MEMORIAMIn A with the funeral services for Ala NW 5th place, died Sept. 18 In

MRS. WU.L4MEI3kLL.E mother-in-law. Mrs. Roxannie Jackson hL.pttal. Services were

sad but loving memory of Reaves. Burial will be In Lincoln held Sept. 24 at St Mary's Wesleyan -
wish 1.0 acknowledge with grateful our dear sun and brother L. NELSON Cemetery.Mr. Church with Rev.' E. A.Cuknn' .

appreciates the many cards ----..-...... V: ti1 -4 who departed this life October 4, officiating.
telegram, flowers and other ex- 19S7 Jenkins will. lie in repose' in Survivors include her husband

pnAsions of kindness and sympathy G ne but not for"!JUen. the chapel beginning at 7 p.m. Austin, a sister. Mrs. Rosa Daimas -

during their recent bereavement Emma Nelson Balm daughter Friday evening. lie is survivedby a brother Joseph Roamer,

Clarence Bain grandson his wife. Flossie, bAa parent, a daughter Mrs. Ophelia Syrnoo-
We are c*;cislly grateful to Carolyn! Bain granddaughterIN Rev and Mrs. Gary Jenkins, ette. Interment In Lincoln.
Rev. S. A. Cousin tne W. A. and two sisters Mesdames Jeneva

Chapman Board neighb-n, and McIntosh and Iwilla Trrvis. Osbrn J. Kemp of Shirley

friends and Francis Funeral MEMORIAMIn Heights, Nassau. Bahamas, died
Home. May G 4 bless each of you Robert Davis of 2421 NW MthSt. Sept. 23 in Jackson Hospital Mr.
Mrs. Daisy B. Wilson .. died: in Jackson
Hospital onSept.
cad but loving of Kemp was a well known owner
Mr. and Mrs. John SealeyMr. f 25. lie
m> dear husband, was a native f and operator In the taxi business.
and Mrs. Frederick Mayaguana Island, BWI and had Funeral .was held in Nassau Sept.

L. Clayton lived in Miami for 47 years. Ser- 25 at 4 p.m. at St Agnes Epa-

John Ernest Clayton .. vict* will be held Saturday Oct. copal Church with Fr. O oper
Willard Sealey 1 in the Church of God n Prophecy officiating under the direction of

; Bishop Charles I. Macfcey Francis Funeral Home and the

CARD OF THANKS ; : : : officiating. He will be on view. .n Phillip Kemp Funeral"' Home of
the chapel beginning at 1 pxn. Nassau. Survivors include his

We the family of the late 4L Friday Sept. 30. Following. the wife, three children, his mother,
MRS. CAT1l1lU! E DELEVOEwho service burial will. be In Un- six br then, three sisters.

died Sept 18, wish to thank c In

the many friends for their expressions Wright of Mrs. Maths Brown Baldwin f
<4 sympathy during ir 2260 NW 1012 NW lit
court apt. 3 died on
167th It. died
Sept in Jack-
our hours of sorrow. Sept 12 at her home Services
Many thanks to those mho sent l son Hospital. She was a native were. held Sept 19 at 2 p-ro. at
f Cordete. Ga, and had lived in
card telegrams, flowers, the chapel with Rev Sawyer the
and donated cars. tSTI1- Miami for 12 year Services will assistant (tutor of Temple Bap
LEnoA : t be held
Special thanks to the Rev. E. Saturday. Oct 1 at 10 tist Church,
officiating. Survivors
wSo dep.r.d.t: Jk : r.brr ajn m First
A. Culmcr"' and the other clergymen < ,: : Baptist Church Opa include her mother Mrs Blanch
for their kind words of 30, 1953 Ma:: > he ri> m pcse: ? Locks Rev Macon officiating

comfort. Ala the entire member- Sleep on (ivst tie we i vcd tr..;u Burial) will be in Line in Cemetery Coons Collins Interment a step-father in Lincoln.RgALTY, Harry.

ship of St Mary's C. W. M. but God jed you pest She is survived by six
The Armster Family chu ter.. J.lNdamN
Church including the mislonary. >> Ruth Bryant
board, the Social Savings Club E&ie Maxwell Elizabeth
the neighbors that rendered IN MEMORIAMIn Dukes. Leun Samali. Inez Hall, I

special courtesies, Mr. Francis Hrllan! Councel; two sons, Cottrell -

and staff for their efficient ser- loving I and J W; 3 grand children,
memory dear: 3
vice. great grand children a sister I
-- and a brother. She will be on
Y' kindness will never
>AIr God bless and '- WILLIE JOHNSON view in the chapel beginning it
keep you alLAustin I who C.rrsrtrd' hU. rife September 1 pm Friday. ,

29, 1959.
Delavoe, husband Gone. frum one who loved' him Mrs. Clemmie Crawford, a
And Family we to one who loved him best resident of Miami since 1923 and 1785 N.W. 50h St.

!Tj Stay ne rest m loving peace one f the organize of First $595 Down $85 Month

CARD OF THANKSThe Mrs Ruble Johnson wife Baptist Church of Bnrnsvilk' Very nice 3 bedroom 2
died Sept 27 In Mt Sinai Hospital ,

family of the late She is survived by her bath with large screened

JAMES WINSTON COCK RAN : IN MEMORIAMin husband, Deacon Will Crawford. porch. Furnished kitchen,

who departed this Ufe Stvtem* and' three daug tern"' Mesdames no closing costs, one mortgage -
ber 11, 1960. takes this methodcf Victoria Wilson Doretha Gibson
expressing thanks and appreciation ad but loving memory: of and Josephine Crawford. Funeral payment. Good for a
our "
arrangements are incomplete large family.
to the many friends who IRS LOHKALNE MACKTYMcCLEOD
were so kind during its hours of at this time. .
: ,
bereavement Thanks tor your who dared Urn life I.ouiRaus.
September Jinn
t the
cards telegrams flowers letters, .
dctution of cars and all other 20. 1959.May daughter of )lr. and Mrs Jimmy Duplex

kind gestures of sympathy. Special she rest in peace. We Reaves of Marathon, died 1760 N.W. 50th SL
loved' her but Jesus loved her
Sept 22 In Variety Children'
thanks to Rev S. A. Cousin best 756 NW
53rd St.
pastor of Greater Bethel AME Hospital. The body WM. sent to
Abram Henderson choir N1 L; The Family Blytheville. Ark. for final rites. With tile roof, hardwood

Church. Ushers' Board No.3. floors, furnished kitchens.
and other boards. Barbara Sherlice Lacey the Down and month
ave wee** old daughter Mrs.
Thanks also to the neighbors or
ct NW 3rd ave. and 16th tern, ,; Philippa SchuylerIn Virginia Lacey of 19164 NW ly payments to be arrange

I the Richardson Funeral Home m ,. 6th are. died Sept 29 at the ed.

and its staff. IRENE FORBES NassauMiss residence of her mother. Funeral _----
Again, thanks to everyone for who departed this Life September arrangement are Incomplte. -- -

everything.' May God bless all of 28. 1958. Fhiiippa Schyuler. famous 1952 N.W.
No heart so pure; American pianist and computer: St.
you.Mrs.. Lula Lamar sister No Ufe to true. will give a concert in the Governor's Francis $595 Down $75 Month
Mra. Eva Sharpe" sister No need tc great; Hall of the British Co Very large 2 bedroom
Cochran sister loaial hotel Oct. 21 a 9 on
Miss Sara No care must wait pm.
Mr, Nell Frailer sister No faith firm under the patronage cf His Ex. Funeral services for Miss Lula large 75 KIlO landscaped
J. Sharpe JrI so ; ceJlency Sir Robert Stepledon Mae Perkins of 215th St.. 0 p a lot. Large screened
Her. Percy No duty left undone.CW' porch.
Locka who died
nephew and Lade Stapiedon and the Sept. 29 at the
un true otolkl Halifax One mortgage payment.
Hpnal in
American Consul General. Daytona ,
Gecvge Holland nephew Gone to nt for awhile. Beach will be held Total price
E. The affair !is being sponsored' Saturday only 10500.
211% Carolyn Charpe.niece The Family by a committee of the YWCA Oct 1 at 1 pxn. at the Church of

t i and the. pr ceedi will. go to the, God In Christ Temple, with El-
building fund of the organiza CASH FOR YOUR LOT

DON'T COST THEY PAY DON'T COST THEY PAY. Don't Fret Fight! PL--7-S4SS 233 NW 79th St.

CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY Drive Carefully Join The NAACP


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Brown Brother Enterprises; Ltd. *

FOR RENTCentralllocat Will help you solve your land problem In* any aria

d in Nassau Write to '

Hot and cold water Brown Brothers'
Enterprises, Ltd.P. .
$8.50 $10.50 $12.50per

TV lire In NOT Liberty WORKING City or-Browns-If you. FOR RENTROOM week O. Box 1004, Nassau, Bahamas

vine tret we will repair on
credit Pay weekly. Free esti in private hctne. Man .654 N.W. 13th St.
mates. All work fuaranteed Call only. Quiet neighborhood. 1232 Mrs. E. Taylor
NE 4-9236. NW 58th st. PL 95052. or FR
95367. -

Lot surreys, building plans, one private bath and private entrance If YOU NEED A LOAN, Phone

reasonable price. PL A-S368. three doors, 1859 NW 69th .U Large LotsIn
01 rear. Call after 12 noon. FR I Consolidate Your Bills Into one Low Payment

DUPLEX apt. tile bath, hardwood Small down payment Loans arranged at your home
WILL CARE FOR BABIES for floors cool easterly I exposure No inspection fee
working mother OX 15930. aluminum awnings. One $20 monthly payments
6290 NW 22nd court. bl'ck from L. C. Evans School. Call or write to JOHN BERGER
2103 NW 73th st
Call PL 1-0741
Operator Experienced 4th ave. Call OX 1-3896 for In- or NE 5-8170 337 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach Ph. JE 1-7769
operator wanted at once. Fran's formation. Indf.FURNISHED .
Beauty Shoppe. 938 NW 2nd art .
FR 9-5367 or I'L 9-5092. I .
2-bedroom apt. at -- ---- -
-- -
729 NW 55th Terr Adults only FOR SALE2bedroom
BEAUTY Operators. Experienced or with baby. Phone MU 1-0325. HOUSE FOR RENTALL
operators wanted at Vogue Beauty CBS home
Box. 929 NW 3rd '.e1 FR WE h A choice 1-bedroom

49130. Mrs. Jones.A apt. new building, 524 NW 22nd Small down payment MODERN JALOUSIE WINDOW
st FR 9.3576.2.11F.D1100M.
thru Friday 8 to 5. $30 per week. : HOME for rent.
WI 72383. OX 1-6341 or NA 16953.

3-EDROOM HOME Free water
FOR ALE sod elertridtv. 1870 NW 55th or NE 5-8270 FOR A KING
Terre NE 5-0010.

buying WOULD a YOU 2-bedroom be interested home and In FURNISHED and unfurnished 2Ndrom $26.50 week 5801 N.W. 24th Ave.

two efficiencies furnished for and bedroom home. FOR RENT -. .
-- --
'".0007 L'w down payment $90 OX 14514. -- -
month 1044 NW 64th SL LBEDROOM APT
Look! Look!
DUPLEX. $2 200 down 2 bedroom bedroom Ele<., water Free'
One two apartments -
Colored.OX 1-0421., both 1720 apartments NW 50th st rented or call to for, rent only furnthed$15 and $18 or unfurnished perweek. Porch 3 BEDROOM HOUSE FOR SALE

I Nice dean pracficaHy
I now build In*. Very clean quietsurrtundlnxs' $13 week
CORNER, business lot in Hal-
Good, clean tenants WITH LOVELY YARD
landale. Reasonably priced. Call
Third Are. Realty. 742 NW 3rd with twn children allowed' 2345 NW 56th St.
Rev S. It
Call FR 7-1206 or see
Ave. Phone FR 4-3297 or NE
40394. Bowie* at 1851 NW lit court' VERY CHEAP FOR QUICK CASH

4-ROOM frame house en Urge Rev Bowtm places emphasis 3041 N.W. 57th Street
lot $3.500 total price at 7611 NW
on the god environment of a FOR RENT
15th are. Call owner PL 8-4419 neighborhood It II a blessing to

any eonwr+ mitt'' Where there are Bedroom CHS apt. Stove
dean apartments clean tenants .. .
o oo..a..tCBS
this results in having a clean and refrigerator. Hut and
neighborhard; but we should not
NICELY FURNISHED three bed have our areas too overcr'wdcd cold I water. Residential HOUSE FOR RENT

rom house. Quiet surroundinfs in order to be sure that this to the Call NE 43933. 2-bedroom, stove and refrigerator, plenty of room,
In Opa Locks (Bunche Park healthiest and safest place *> area.
area). Delirious of clean,, nice liv So tenants thence' your placeto Indf beautiful yard. $85 month.
quiet family. For Information live with are.. O8
call NA 1-6634. iiwfl 2bedroom apt. Nicely furnished, neat and clean

1-EDROOM APT. from ill J- LARGE ROOMSwith good location, not a project. $80 month.

bedrom from $16. Free water, Job Opportunities

stove refrigerator and furniture Department ef s.r*+*.t!.* a..4 bedroom apt. Neat and clean, furnished beautifully
Manager on premises. 844 NW Publtofty. Creator ...."'., Urtan. $75 month, not a project.HOUSES .
70th StONE L....... Sit NW First ft, H. REFRIGERATORAND
Allen Wh....., Jr, vocational
BEDROOM unfurnished cervices MeNta".. f h... FH STOVE FOR SALEWe
duplex apt All tile bath. Cool '.'47i. '
easterly exposure Aluminum $11.50 Week have 3-brdroom, 2 bath CBS homes as low as
."'1 I1I'. One block from L. C. Probation officer $390 down. Come in and aee us.GOODMAN'S .
EnDs School. 2103 NW 73th st, Clerk' male)
Medical secretary 320 NW 7th St.
1-BEDROOM apartment furnish Medics secretary( trainee
ed. Adult. only. 773 NW 69th It. Architectural designer
PI. 49069. C mmunk-ations operator 2688 N.W. 62nd Street OX 14)380
fatale) FOR RENN

PARTIALLY furnished effickn- Cuftodial work supervisor" .....fA.. ...'"'A..C. VV?....* > Xft V*<*<< X cy act 1966 NW 60th st NE Librarian 3-BEDROOM APT.

3-6203. Automotive equipment accessory -.....
repah-er PORCH
Mathematical computer technician .
FURNISHED: rorm. Cocklnj ftcilities. -
1966 NW 57th it, NE Hot Cold water In Miami
Power generating equipment
36203. I
Film mechanic editor 2345 NW 56th St. Rev. Shepherd
LOVELY HOUSE for right fam Engineering draftonan
ily. 2 or 3 adults. $25 per week MathematicianPORnERS week Boegaters t
or will ell like rent. $100 down. $20 The Wonder Man of Cod
NE 5-5566. DAY NURSERY and
Kindergarten will be open all Do you have a
LARGE t'ft klency. furnished. year Enron ycur child now. For problem?
Lots of closets' tare refrtfera- further information call PL LEASEBARBER
tors and stove. Colored tile bath. Business Bad MarrUa.
1-2654 1480 NW 69th st
No ether roomers far two only. Failing Can't Win the ,
$20 -weelr 1044 NW 64th It. SHOP Man or Woman You Lovo
Ban Crowed Nt.d I ,
LARGE one bed room apt. in FLORRIE'SBABY Money EvtrytHing Coing '
very nice neighborhood 1521 NW 2 Chairs Wrong Health Bad
64th st / Can't Satisfy Your
Husband or Wife Want
Ready to go
BEDROOM CBS house furnished a New Homo or Car.
w. specialize in baby care
Remember I am not m fortun
2152 N.W. 6th Ave.
10 YEARS .
tiller root ntan
SMALL HOME f:r rent or fcr
sale 2 years old. $20 per week. Phone FR 3.1927 PRIVATE ROOM IN palm roadtr I am not Cod,
82318CLEAN but a Cod sent manyIt )
Call owner JE
REAR costs nothing to
furnished room with come in and talk
bath and kitchen Call OX 14864. "Fathionetta"November
Call FR 1-4554
4 I960 1 1It S. 1.d
NEAT ROOM in private home. 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt.

Man only 1424 NW 59th St OX Bayfront P ,rl< Auditorium: 630 N.W. 3rd Ave.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA U still wide open. I disagree because -
have been trying to play
PAGE 14 SATURDAY OCTOBER 1, 1960 a number for 5 or 6 weeks and I ENROLL NOW IN
haven't fund anyone to take my
doujrh. I tried just to see what SUNLIGHT BEAUTY SCHOOLFor

6 V would happen. Let' face It, you
can take all of the numbers out a Life Long Profession
i I. of Dade County but every player
Around MiamiBy will co t> Broward County- and Florida's Oldest, Reliable and Complete School
iIaDDClO" play them if they want to play
badly enough. Dolita can't be 1011 N.W. 2nd Avenue FR 49998FRanklin
--- DAVE BONDU -- stopped as lone a< some poor
perr-ti thinks he has a chance to
A OOt 14.t.9oo9? make some easy money became

FIDEL CASTRO .it In the salaries that the Negro makes I I I
That's the chant that U i Hu..m'l I I ; in this town hardly pays the rent
among Negroes all over the USA. : t -not to mention paying anything 4-3269
ese.: If the little Dynamo wants
His move to Harlem was most
likely one of the best moves he to do something for the rity, let DR. JAMES R. LINDSEY
could have made. He (Castro) has Just because Fidel Ca.:;troll and him get his boys together and PODIATRIST
been trying for the Negro trade boys went to Harlem i. really no pass a revised Sullivan law. I
ever since the M-hlte tourist stopped -' big deal. As I hear the reason, bet if someone cle to him was Foot and Leg Disorders
Castro went to Harlem and
shot accidentally or otheiu-lse.
going Cuba. lie didn't have
to get Joe to Louis or spend any one of the hop: cats fez, "He there would be a law passed so S a.m. to 2 p.m. 4 p.m. to 8 p.m.

money, because the publicity ne wanted to be near the Apollo fast that they wouldn't have 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, Fla.
theatre he could dig Basic,
has received Is worth more mon- so time to vote on It These remarks
ey than the Cuban governmentcould and maybe keep hi. habit up. are not meant to be offensive '" L

pay for. Up to this point a You Dig Daddy_ to the Mayor or anyone else, .
multitude of Negroes are half but I believe that saving a life I I I
brained washed and almost in a is better than yelling about bets -
state of confufion. Some are sayIng public relations man, ) will do a fi and B-birls. Every large city Phone OXford 10944 Hour f U 1-1 U 7
radio show WMBM 12 midnUe
this guy Castro ain't so bad, I over has its sins and I don't ccodone
to 5 a.m. from the Knight
maybe 111 take a trip to Cuba any of these things but our biggest -
after all. As there Beat Supper Club starting tome DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS
Negroes wewiH I time next month. sin is to let the public carry
be treated as first elas. citizen guns and kill, kill, kill.
and can go any place we I OPTOMETRIST
choose. Now this may be so and THE STORY of a pimp (one
I too would like to visit Cuba i"who lives off weak women). A WELL eueM I'll cool It tll ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OP HIS OFFICE
but first I am an American. This girl and hit weapon, I shall not next -week so as atway "Live
is my country, I live here and I I.call any names, but there is a life, every golden minute of It." EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES
would never go to Cuba and pretty well known guy in this I Peace.
spend my Yankee Dollars in any town that has four girls out,
part of Cuba, until our government pulling a mad huscel for him. Register Now 6823 N.W. 15th Avenue Miami, Florid.
and the Cuban government His wecton II i a spiel I telling the
came to a better understanding i,broads, that they must work another -
If I went over there now and j jj I season and then wedding Register your child now inFairyland's I
;cnt: my money it would only i.bells will ring. Thy. he has told Nursery and Kinder
help the Castro government to'I to each girl. Truth of the matter garten. New Hope Baptist Church
defeat us, which in turn Mould I' K he's married, has three children 6600 NW 15th are. Hot meals
Indirectly make us traitors. So'' and plans to cut out at the served dally. Free pick up and
I end of the season leaving the delivery. Ages from 3 months to
four broad at the altar. 5 yean. Phone OX 1-8032 or FR
I 4-4030. Indf
"Untouchables"Revue ARCHIE LANGFORD .* you
to Tour Fla. 'i kno*' by now has been rehired I
by the city cf Miami a, a lifeguard F. A. BURROWSExpert
Currently seen at Miami's OK that's fine, but if the
beautiful new King O'Hearts >city can put him back to rt>rk
Okib and breaking all records they should have put him back
for attendance in the Miami area to work a* a cop. Archie was Watch Repairing
is the mueh-talk< showThe Untouchables." I Mayor Hlab a favor, I'm sure
This revue, producedand dlrected the mayor bas the power to Hours: 9 to 2.4 to 9 u stva" t111gtcracc
by Phil The Upcetter" transfer Langford from lifeguard" ti n
Harris, features his group of ;to policeman (which Archie U All work guaranteed
dancing girls the sex-otic La'!i': qualified for.) R
nommie (just about the greatest
shake dancer' in the business), PRETTY GIRfL of The Week: 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Introduces to Florida for the first Lorraine DtVMux .Man
time' a "little" lady from the big About Town: Shaddie Ward HAROLD JOLLIVETTE. Manager
time Miss Esther Sutherland
Policeman of the Week ---- --
who has been thrilling. audience* !(I I : Charles - -- 71i7W.rFor
jSheUroan (badge No. 701) .
from coast to coast mith her I i I

comic song routines. EMber, who I Teacher of the Week: Quinton The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
.is as big around as she i II tall, North who. spells. Cuba with a
weighs over 300 pounds and is ,Q).
billed as the Queen of Comedyand
rightly( so. Female" vocal spot CLYDE KILLENS will present BONDED COLLECTION
on the bill i, filled with the capable I his first annual masquerade" ball
voice, and shapely figure of Thursday Oct 6 at UK Fie1
Louise Palmer and starring in Room. Prizes Mill be awarded to
this elaborate production U the the couple with the mot original -
top recording find of the year costume, also a prize will be
the singing team of Sammy and awarded to the r''r>on with th- I AGENCY Inc.
Davry. who have been showstopper funniest' costume.ON .
with their renditions of
"Some ,
Day" and "Danny
Boy". The entire presentation II i THE LINKS: Sonny Arm-
guided by the capable howman- buster \ f the Downtown Barber
ship>> of its producer and mas Shcp, started playing; golf about .
ter of ceremonies Phil HarrU. nx months ago, and is doing very
And. of course, music for the well. Last Wednesday Sonny afcot ,
complete show and for the full a 44-47 for a cool 91. and brother j' The largest collection and rental
night of dancing is provided by that's. playing golf. Just a i.
Miami's outstanding orchestra word to the wise and thy is for '' agency in the South; operating in
Alec' Stephens and his. All-Stars all! golfers Remember I referto
Croup. no one person. When we as a
Because thi, package is appearing minority group go to the golf 1 and Broward Counties'Negro
in Miami on weekends c urse pirate let'sgo in the prop.er .
only, the management' has given attire Evt'f"tIaln.can't look Housing areas
in to request that this how be .ike Sam Sneed or Ben Hogan
permitted to play: one-nighters but at least we can go with
in those communities which!. it clean pants (not coveralls), neat L. L. .ROOKS. Pr..ld nt
can reach on the early days of shirts (without holm), regular
the week. For that reason the golf' shoe, (not tennis. These
"Untouchables" Revue twill be thing I've seen Now eotnc then MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN
**en In many Florida areas o dirty part. if you see any Be at
Mondays Tuesdays, Wednesdaysand the golf course looking like hell 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
Thursdays, beginning the pull him on the side and pull his BROWARD
early part of October. Definite coat Don't get me wrong I've COUNTIES
dates have largely been arranged ('en a heap of the white boys
tor In the following localities: looking, like something the cat r
Dayonta Beach Cocoa Ft Pierce, dragged in. however I'm not interested -
Riviera Beach. Orlando. Lake in the way other folk BOND
land, Tampa. Bradenton. Ft. look I'm only interested' in US.
Myers. Belle Glade and Ocala Nuff said.MAYOR. -//2t
AYe hope that news of hi, will I AGENCY INC.
reach those of you in all parts of I I ROBERT KING HIGH r _
.Florida and that you win have who( sometimes reminds me of I J' .
I the (opportunity thrill at seeing the late former Mayor of N. Y. -
this show. ILa :" rda) contends" that bolitaDRIVER'S

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440 N.W. nth AVE. _, NE $.346$ Sit HAMMONDVILLE RD.

ONE 167$ N.W. 2nd St. OX 1.44X1

14440 N.W. ttltd AVE.

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Adult Evening DUNBAR SCHOOL NEWSThe junior year. Eloise i s looking forward -
to a career in the elementary -
Classes Now Ant meeting of the Dun. school.Maude .
bar PTA will be called to cider
Offered BTWNew
at by the president, Leon Kelly on Stiles, Glenda Thorntcn
Monday. Oct. 3 at 730 pm. October George Ingraham and Darrell
adult evening clue intyping Is PTA membership month. Walton all fourth grade pupils -
citizenship and sewingare We are anxious that every pas will appear next week on the
now going on nightly at rent become active PTA members
r Booker T. Washington 11 j C h covering

i School. The typing class Is held fThlrty-nine mothers whi attended Watch for them on channel 2,
each Monday and Wednesday the Room Mothers' Wednesday at 4 30 o'clock. Mrs.
nights f r'm f to 10 o'clock. The Luncheon during Florida School Nealy, AV chairman Is their
registration fee U $4.00, Miss Lunch Week' organized with Mrs. jtponsor
Entelle Waller is the Instructorand
Gussie Hamilt
n as presidentMrs.
Interested rerons may reg Is our name in the txxc> --I"t'c.btraU *
L. E. Thomas. Mrs. E. E.
i ister on any night that classes Thomas whose civic n book that U? We urge
h.ld. adult member of
are every our family
and church Work well known,
to register and vote Time
Trie class in citizenship Is held accented the chairmanship of the running oulMen a
r H ) each Tue ds> rid Thursday membership committee for the
r evenings from 7 to 1 iO o'clock. group
.urn The registration fee is $2.00, Approximately 60 fifth and
Miss Marie R o bergs is the instructor sixth grade pupils* will be studyIng and Women
and all alien who desire reading for an extra 45
F to become American citizens minutes every day under the direction Train for Civil
'p h1' ...J may register on any evening that of Mrs. France, McNeil...
classes are held. serving this year as our reading Service Positions
teacher Mrs McNeil will work
The class in sewing meets with children who have not been GRAMMAR SCHOOL
Monday Wednesday and Friday achieving up to their potential EDUCATIONSUFFICIENT
IIII (evenings from 7 to 10. Miss Anna .Irs. Mary Richards i* now
Dell Harris and Mrs. II. Cubner
serving a* substitute for Mrs.
fare J the Instructors, and interested Hence Mrs. Roach who was substituting SEND NAME ADDRESS
/ perm" may register on any U new employed PHONE NUMBER
r evening that classes held. permanently -
are I at Florial Heights Elementary P.O. Box 4712
Bunch Park Elementary .
a capacity filled cafetorium
School PTA's recording secretary, I I at the (initial meeting heat BETHUNE ELEMENTARYThe I Eloise McAllister, daughter of Miami" 1. Florida Indf
I .fra. Mary rutell and Howard Monday night theme "Obey Your Patrols" "Mr Mac" ha, returned to De
C achman president, as he ad- wa, most evident during their thune C olcman College for tier

installation during the assembly --.- .
(* last ..ft"k. Sgt. Rutledge of

I History of Negro is *the remind Induct highway. and the them patrol boys the of entire and their was girl mponribUities. student presentto ando Adult Home Economics

body of their obligation to our
patrols. Zeta Mae Floyd of the
Very Good Book sixth grade presided over the
reremonies. The sponsors of this EducationFOR
.... group are to be congratulated' for
"The People That Walk !In That Walk In Darkness" is 1 baring produced such an outstanding -
Darkness," by J. W. Schulte miniature world of the .whole of programIkthune ADULTS
Nordholt wiU be published by man's long and bitter struggletoward : Elementary fined'

BallantiDe Books. 101 Fifth Are. a better future; a struggleof hands last week.. with the various j Northwestern Senior School and
New York J. NY. on S4"t:8. which the history of the Negrore schools
throughout the state in
W a. outstandlnf exampleThe observing "Scho Lunch Week.
The 346-page book is a hie- : CountyWideDADE
tory of the N vro people from the book U already famous tn at proclaimed' by Gov LeRoy
early I SOO', to the troubles in Europe and England The paperbound >Collins. Mrs. Loving our cafe COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Little Rock and later It..U packed volume acHe. for 75c. It :'terla manager, spoke to the parents
with stories, facts, biographies, should toe a "companion b: *" I concerning' tht. procUmaition .- Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education
porenf and legends, and was written to all who are interested tn the during the Ant meeting f'a.
by a man who cares deeplyab struggle, of the race .* PTA which wu held last Second Quarter Sept. 26 Dec. 16 1960
ut his subject and about the ''Tuesday night in the cafetorium ,
worth and dignity of the Negro. BUNCHE PARK ELEM. I I Parents are reminded of ourIITA
( meetings which held I
The euth. maJuw fulsome Monday night Sept 19. o u r I'p.m. the third Tuesday of each Northwestern Senior High Adult Homemaking ScheduleDAY
notes of the contributions of such parents a. usual displayed an (I month. NO.
beat Negro leaders u Frederick abiding. interest in their children Walter C Co-dell principal TIME
Douglas Booker T. WashlngVti.Ifarriet and the school which dally Elliott J Seavella. reporter MONDAY 17-Plain' Sewing' ...... ?............... ... *:OO .......12:00 "....
Tubman W E. B Du. guides them. The occasion was I $17-J 'Uin Sewing. ... .............-....... 1t30'p.m.. ISO ,.....
Dob. George Washington Car- the first meeting of our Parent- FRANK C. MARTIN S17-Plain. Sewing .. ...... .. 7:00 -.m.-IOrtO p.M.
ver. James Weldon Johnson and Teacher Organization.
-4hm Upon F ened TUESDAY S2O-Advance Sewing' ..........-.......... 10 a.m.-12:00 noon
whose C Martin doors
many ( names are entering, each received' a brochure cf> its
net so well.. known but who have containing the annual s.pt. 6 with an enrollment of 778 20-Advance Sewing .. .. ...._.._... 12:10 ,...... 10 ,.", .
also played significant roles ;in Principal Message lilting of which now has increased to 843. 20-Advance Sewing ..._............... .. 70 ,......10:00 p.m.

the Negro's struggle for freedom PTA officer, committee and There are 28 classroom teachersand WEDNESDAY 117-Plain' Sewing .............._...... t.-OO ......12:00 Milo
and justice. school staff members, as wel! as a complete personnel staff rf .. ..... .
17-Plain' Sewing' .... .. .. ,*.s0 pxm.140 p.m.120Advance .
There are also of stories the organized ei's calendar" for ... New members of the staff are Sewing' ......._.. ........._...700 p.m.100 p.m.
scorn the entire school year Miss Willie R Myers. Mr. DoAnle

of black and white men who S Parker. Mrs Anita Gray )'In. THURSDAY S17-Plain' Sewing ........ ............... .XW a.m.12:00 neen
played their part In the 1 Ion t After a lively and informative Hilda F Kennedy! Mrs Carol 17-Plain' Sewing' ... ..._.._.._......... 12130 ,.....- WO p.m.
march from slavery meeting; parent and patrons McKlnnon. Mrs Mawtne Ford, 20-.Advance Sewing' .......-.... ... .... 4:00 p.m. 70 a>-m.
Professor Nordholt i* a Netherlands ronms vuttted to their observe children's and class select William B Evans and Mr*. lIa,.*. $20-Advance Sowing ............ ..... 70 '.....100 p.m.

htuorian His book I "Rcom Mother*" tn preparation Our new lunoferocen workersare
completed after four years of research for further organization at a later Miss Pearoe Mae Fudge. Mr Schedule for Countywide Homemaking Centers
In the United States, reflects date. Juanita Johnaon. and Mia Lame
not only a mastery of the Mae Walton. NO. COURSE TIME CENTER
complex material but the fresh- \.C'dII thanks en to our able I
nets of insight and freed en from PTA president, Howard: Coachman We are fortunate tn having the MONDAY
baa, of a European. Written I and the executive committeefor following substitute teachers $17-PUIn Sewing' ..... ..... .._....... 700 p.m.-100 p.m, R.R. Me4en
from the vantage roJnt outsidethe such! a stimulating beginning.Mr with us while our regular staff 17-puin. Sewing' ..........._........... 100 a.m. 100 p.m, Scott Home117Plain
conflicts of race The People C'.aehmn u shown above members are .ut on sick and maternity Sewing .... ................. ':10:10 p.m J. R. E. Lee
while presiding At his left i* leave. 17-Plain' Sewing' ..........._.._....... 70 ,.", ..10:00 "."' .. BTW
Mrs. Mary Fussell. recording sec Mrs. M Dennis for Mrs Me 17-PUIn. Sewing ......._.._......_... 70 p.m.- 100 p.M. $." Heme
I retary. Kinnon; Mrs McKmoon U the 17-Pf.ln' Sewing' ..._.._.._..__... 7:00 p.m.-100 p.m. North Dade
Beautiful Horn aa mother of a boy), Mrs Ammona $17-Pfeln Sewing' ......._.._.._...... 70 p.m.-100 p.m, Ore..'.. Villa
Your Lot rtmu Our next PTA meeting will be for Mr Tnbble she is the mother I 17-Plain' Sewing ...........__.._... 70 p.m.100 p.m, Brevllle Jr.
held October 3 at 8 pm. Pupils of a girl i; Mr Anders for 17 Plain Sewing' .............._...._ 70 ,.m..10:00 p.m, A.L. Lassie'
will; take home announcements !.Irs. Sylvia Rolle (Mrs Rotie u I 17-PUIn Sewing' ..............._....... 70 ,.", ..1Cj)() p.m, O. Carver
2flw d4 land couvenin prior to the meeting the mother of a boy); Mia iXyle I
date. We hope to see evenm for Mrs Etchieon (Mr ttchlo TUESDAY

re parents then It 1* only had twins, a boy and a girl the 17-Pl'-in Sewing' .......-.........._... 40 p.m..7:00 p."' .. North Dade
8 through combined' homeschooleffort boy 1, deceased ) $17-PUIn' Sewing' ...........-.._....... 70 p.m..1Cj)() p.m, BTW
.. :: that we can effect the Supplying f r sick leave is Mr 17--PUIn Sewing' ?._.._.._.___... 70 p.m..10.-00 p.m, North. Dade
beet development of our children 3ritt for Mr&., A. Simms. who. Urecuperating 17-PUIn' Sewing' ......._.._.._.. 70 p.m..10:00 p.m, D.,.., Jr.
We urge all parents ..ndpatl'
at hnme after un-
ns to attend the next and I WEDNESDAY
Cemplete Building' Servie* !all meetings so that "Ae may icrgoing There an operation.full time 17-PUIn. Sewing ..... ......- .. 10:00 .....,.1:00 p.m, H...... AME
honestly aorampl.*' our PTA Mrs.are two Aureola J. Wallace secretaries 17-Piln, Sewing .......-.._..-....... ft0 ,.", ..:00 p.m, J.W. Jehnee
PLANNING theme fur thiss" year "A Closer and Mr Eddie! L ReddingWe 17-Plain Sewing ..................._... 7:0010:00 p.m. Lib. Square
BUILDING' Look at Our School" are It to a grand start 17-PUin ftewlng .. ...--.-.. 70 ,."' ..10:00 ,."'.. BTW
FINANCING' Sylvia Lambert, principal and, with our: PTA. which meets 17-Pbln. Sewing ......._..-..........: 7:00 p.m.-100 p.m, North Dade
Rosetta Vickers. reporter the first Monday night. m every 117-Pt.. Sewing ........................ 70 p.m.-10:00 p.m, Drier Jr.
Yeur New Hem month behind us, this ahouM 17-Phln' Sewing' ..........._.._._... 700 p.m.100 p.m, ".C. Martin
be a suoreaiful year 17-PUIn Sewing' ...........__ 700 p.m.- 0:00 p.m, R.R. Melon
NoDowa i BEST DEAL IN TOWN Walter A White. principal

Payment J 2 Bedroom Apartment May belle R Green, reporter 17-PUIn THURSDAY Sewing _........._......_ 12:10JJO pjn, Scott Hemee

2 entrance 'TJP' 17-PUin Sewing ..._............_... 7S00 p.m..10:10 '."' Lib. Square
Over Twenty Yea re ef Your Own Garden jP )r 17-PUIn Sewing' .......___.._...... 70 p.m.-10:00 p....., BTW
APTS. FOR RENT I $17PUISewing" .......__........... 70 p-m.-10:00 '."'.. North Dade
Construction' I..rt... N. Crowding' W 1tNew Efficient 17-PUIn Sewing ..._..__...r..?- 70 p.m..1Cj)() pjn. Dumber

Guaranteed Satlafactle Paint' Job "V & 1.BcdremBedreome 17-pfain' Sewing ......._.._.._....... 70 p.m.. 10 p.m. Orchard Villa
Inelde. and Outside > 17-PUIn Sewing ..._............... 70 p.m.- 10 p.m. Brewnevllle Jr
91f i7BCJv 17-PUIn' Sewing ..... .............. .. 70 p.m..10:00 ,..... O. Carver

( \\3 OppeeJte New Christian Hospital Oe U For further .Information call PLasa 4.14t1--N.rt.......'" Sealer'
1200 N.W. 47th It. HI 4-4341 Rent Offke HigH School. Regietratlen will be accepted at all center according'
4190 N.W. 32nd Av.. te the above echedulee during the week beginning September 2'. The
PL 1-36O4 Came eut and 'leek-get free gift THE BEST IN TOWN registration fee for each course .< 12 ....". "U 12.00, payable' upon
888 N.E. 79th St. entrance.HAPPENINGS .

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA PTA Council to MeetThe Holmes PTA MeetsThe KindergartenJuanita's

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1960AlongFreedom'sRoad I PTA Council Parent-Teacher Associa- Kindergarten now
Dade County -
tion of Holmes Elementary School open. FREE pick up and delivery
.. ....... """ .... .... """ ..... ... ..-- will meet on Friday, Oct. 30 the school: year on Monday night and h.t lunch served daily.
at 7:30 pm In the library of will hold it* initial meeting of Phone OX 12350. 01
Holmes Elementary Sen col, 1175 at 8 o'clock. All parents are urged -
I NW 67th st and.ear- program and to attend. Garth C. Reeves, BABY CONTEST
wil be outlined members president.
interested' persons are urged to Now going' en
By RUTH PERRY attend. Mrs. Emma Sweeting, Winner gets a *20 10 pees albwm
....... .... ....... ........ president of hlmttlf FREE
Registration Now Coins oAt ,
Some month, ago Robert F. to live up to Its principles and J. F. Deal Studio
Williams c< North Carolina -was /ideals. We knar* this is being Jackson's Toddle Inn
suspended temporarily from the used as propaganda but thereto Reducing! NE 4-4308 307 2nd Are.
NAACP because he made public more truth. in what they say FR 4-3034;
statements advocating that J egro that we would like to admit. As Lose weight safely
<% should meet violence with\ long as we practice segregationand Trim off unwanted
vteience As all readers of this discrimination, we arc not
column should know and as those living up to what we say we be- inches WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot
familiar with the policy and pro- lieve. To delay any longer in the Learn how to control
gram of the NAACP should present world crisis fc to court weight. Don't let weight 50 z J10 Good for 2 unit*-$1,250
know, violence b not and never disaster. The choke is ours to
has been a policy of action for make and the choice me' make control you CASH PAID FOR LOTS DR HOUSES
this organizati n. In fact, over may well decide the future courseof Feel younger, look
the years, it has been a source of our country.: younger BRAND NEW-Lorely 3-bedroom, 2 bath and gar
amazement and wonder to many oak floor tile roof built-in electric kitchen
who know that the legal and Visit Easy Method age, ,

The lawful patience way is the and NAACP endurance way. JOIN NOW! School of Charm 1430 N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.

shown by the NAACP In the Miami Branch SEYMOUR BARON
face of extreme provocation, discrimination 1540 N.W. 62nd St.
and prejudice is a NAACPMEMBERSHIP 015 JE 8-1340 JE 2-4343
matter of record. The NAACP DRIVE I
way Is the American way. even
though the wheels of democracyseem
to turn exceedingly slowly.

OUR TIME 13 LIMITEDIt Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR

now appeal 1\ that Mr. Williams

making of overtures North Carolina to Senor has Castro been A FAIR DEAL SEE FAIR REALTY

of Cuba; feat visited Cuba ,
several I times and aj usual has I'
oeen making statements to the _.. :. : *
pros surely not in keeping w'th '*. ... 'i ..
the American tradition. X only w j.1 ," :
hope that Mr William was peak. :
ing for himself alone when he .. .
said that Negroes were going to
start lo king in other places for
friends since they were not making t v ..a 3
any progress in thi* country. '"
I Us words are sounding as violent .- (.. _' a* usual but this tune they are .. f -.43
colored wttta something more than '
violence: totnv Castro propaganda -)o- ..'. ..
perhaps :: -- '..
A few of the thing Mr. Wil- .... -1 -
t. ,
Manx raid had some truth in "' $
them; for instance that Negroes s
are treated more like human beIngs -
in many place, than they This Gorgeous Home Can Be Yours
are in some parts of the United
progress J.s being made he is in
acre and as far as 1 am conversed -
I believe he has swallow SCHOOL.'\ YEARS OLD CBS. CITY WATER, PARTLY FUR

line ed Castro's and sinker.propaganda Trying to alienate hook-, NISHED. CLOSED GARAGE, MODERN IN ALL FEATURES. NICE

Negroes from their known
loyalty to the United States is one AREA. ONLY $2,000 DOWN. OPEN SUNDAY. SEE 1030 N.W. 55TH
of the oldest propaganda lines
used by Cocftmunists for yean. .
We should take note of this ,STREET. Only $2000 DOWN
situation, th 4j,h, and try to face
the reality of
our circumstances
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and realize that our time
is getting more and more t : LIBERTY CITY SPECIAL
im ttd. We can no longer afford HOME AND INCOME. YES I $395 DownCute
the high cost of segregation and : bedroom home. Close to 62ndSt.
prejudice\ and we never could! 2 houses f-Price- one. Rear
only now it has become a crucial house rented, front house 2-bed- and 22nd Ave. Buses, awnings small home for couple

issue; d we want to maintain all fenced, large lot, car- only or widow. Total
segregation and discrimination room. Cost you only $37 month, just

our freedom at the pofcbk and Uberty1DISCRIMINATION high cost of with only $795 down. Close to porte, 1 mortgage. $6,500. $60 monthly payment. 1

buses. See 1045 NW 55th Terr. $995 Down
18 GOOD mortgage only. ,

blah sounding principles HOME AND INCOME

and contained ideals of tbe United States as BEDROOM CBS HOME Close to N.W. 62nd St. bus, 3rd CARVER
in our national docu RANCHES3bedroom
ments, and at expounded by Total price $11,000 $1,000 Ave. bus. 2>bedroom home and

speakers rostrums from through many the and years varied are down, $75 month pays all including efficiency. 1 mortgage only $95 CBS home

at sharp variance with our actions. insurance, taxes, terrific month. $495 Down

It Communist 1a this that has propaganda.made excellent No closing costs. Near N.W. Only $495 Down

Our $75 month, includes insuranceand
continuing delaying tactics 17th Ave.
our dawdling for nearly 100 years 1
in giving the Negro the rights 3 UNITS LIBERTY CITY taxes. Good buy.
guaranteed him in our Constitution -
; the stubborn arrogance and Only $495 Down
blind prejudice at many a'jth- BROWN SUB SPECIAL
erners; and the discrepancy between Close to bus. 1 mortgage only.
segregation and discrimination 5-bedroom, 2 baths, CBS. Total Has 3-bed>room apt. and also 2 Builders Investors. We have a
and stated American ideals
of justice and democracy are all price $11,500. 1 mortgage, only bedroom apts. large piece of high ground, suit-
made to order for the Communist
propaganda mill $1,295 fT able for offices, recreationalcenter

I don't think the United States Now under construction. Beau
will be given too much more ball park, stores ,
time to rebuild her tiful custom built Opa L o c k a
bridges; not L OPA LOCKA BRAND NEW churches
or Opa Locka
too much more time to correct CBS lrame.3large bedrooms, ,

of such American obvious democracy break: in; our the time wall 3-bedroom CBS. 1 mortgage onlyat carporte, separate utility room, NW 24th Ave., between NW

I is limited. History is $86 month. No closing costs. built-in
upon us, oven and range. Rear 153rd St. Bui A Bu2A
and the time Is now for the Move ,
right in.
screened Florida porch. Put
strengthening of our defenses and up
the stamping out of the final deposit. 200 x 170 Ft.
vestiges of slavery and discrimi See 1551 N.W. 154th St. ONLY DOWN Terms Arranged
nation. If we do not act soon, it

may be too late. Events have afW'Iy L. .JJ/!"" ..".. ......." ..- .- ,-.. ... .. iT. ."Ii"'.... _,... ____---- .,. ----- -
of happening; and too little
; done to strengthen our democracy SEE US AT 201 N.W.62ND STREET
today may be too late tomorrow.


America has always stood in
I the world family as the leader nf We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including SundaysList

democratic and Russian ideal satellites Russian leaders and- your lots with us for quick cash sale. Best prices paid

our next door neighbor, Cuba are
I now loud and.veal about the
: /allure of American democracy: