The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00237
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 22, 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: UF00028321:00237

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: King Jailed with i I

1 t 40 StudentsATLANTA +.

Dr Martin Luther -sit-in action. Rich's cuss the cnly
King Jr. president of the merchant that ordered arrests of I
Southern Christian .
Leadership the deomonsttatcn.Y
Conference was arrested and |I
Jailed. Wednesday pith more than ,
40 other persons, mostly students -
,. They were arrested while
seeking service in the MagnoliaTea
Room on the complaint of
the ma na cement of Rich' Department Y
Store. I I 0I ;
Dr King said "1 am gout n''
M humble participant who has !I
joined with the student in this
mass nonviolent direct action'
aga&ist refrexated lunch coun
ten The student invited me to
t partkfcMte In this great and ere- |LT_ Kd
tire movement' and because of
our mutual commitment' and v
dedication to redemptive DOft-
violence, t had no alternative but
to Join than It Is our sincere I I
hope that the acceptance of sufferin .
L4k on our part will serve to I,]
waken the dexin- conschmce of
our community.
The Internal!;nally famed Integration .
leader In a statement
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Ut the court after brine arraigned .
KENNEDY COMBS TO ----- -- ----
MIAMI talnt'bIcau Hocl above are Johnson In violation of Atlanta's antic

Democratic presidential nominee Jack I>avw, executivo chairman of the Dade ttrhss ordinance declared' that I Lowly Carmen Duubncchat
"I cannot In all rood conscienceaccept : was born In Cuba and now lives
Kennedy came to Miami Tuesday to ad- Dt-miM-raOc CommHtc; Frank Reeves ball I will stay In in Miami She Is employed by

drera the American Legion in Le ion at National IVmocratk Committeeman and jail a year If necessary" It was I Bannfeter ED tf'fP riJft. Miss.. Dou- I
Miami Kennedy aides; Honrj Arrinjfton. Southeastern noted by observer that of the 8 bract at Is a candidate for "Miss
Beach, and to do little stores that of rasblocKtta" I960.
a campaigning Regional Director for the Ken rare objects tot y; i
for the Florida vote. nedy-Johnson
campaign; Sen. Kennedy
Visiting with the Senator at the Fon- and Senator George Smathcrs.

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I Wrongly Jailed Man to Uraes Bi-radal Committees

Settle Suit for $3,000Sued I Cites Increasing urged communities that have not .
done so. to erganUe bi-raelal .
Racial Tension"Strong
committees Immediately.
City For settle a ut for tAM fixed of iiabiUy by Circuit Jude Racial tansionj are prevent to
ment fled by Elliott Low tmpriJOQ.1 RoOt Indications" of Increasing -
r Anderson The court ruled some degree in every community
$500,000A 'ut MM MM' Slat St. that amtawr Casks nor any racial tension In Florida was I the commission said, but'aN
33-year-okl man. wfe, iras Ate .his r.attain Inn jail.wa RMwaWr f ate! s4alf had com.mittod reported by the & vernora Commission -, particularly strtog In large CUDI. -
held II days in county jafl without .tre We w.a tomg MId wMa- any wrang afaint Fiat.clhse. on' Race Relations Tund -
a bearing, may get $3.900 far alt as a malarial w4tA.M i>
hU trouble. ** a nWtVoor, i*t wiiwr swell Kelly
MHtoo rerrell, ai ecial oauasei\ and Stale Attorney Hicnafd Gerst !!' -
f r Metro Sheriff Thomas Kelly. for $eOGWe.Casboln 'fi'I.
said he will ak tee County Commission '. ..
I raa>n- .nt kf Owa- !7 f .
to v+J the money to tv' At t41f'ftOIMi tn'\ Dv1s, was

I National Baptist Board--- 'r .

Names Jackson President

3 TAYLOR I stein last Ttarl y a

f On }'ncH,. :-hrc! : prOlf .r
Ba t.at .cdcr. Drs. C. If. '
I 1isstoeh of Ca!'1'uraia. E. D. Bilt 1
RESIGNPeace .S < La. and A. E. Cast eU .
of T... u.nt to the board
N rtfat sad mMe sbeir persona!
retired to the National
reaicaations as vice' atwi&enui of .
Baptist Cbnvest Son, Inc, last the Taylor CaW..... The,
Friday is Cfc: aga. s* thrr mentioned in: their l Islt.ry to Dr. .
pr wheat" members of the Card- Tav! r the following tea for "- s'I :

oar C. Taylor team resigned, and I their docisios.: ,t '

after two unfavorable I court decision r r gIt
J. Their ea rttos* eawrrad dur ,, -
*, log a ,........ at the t NrinMtdtebia -1 _im
Jude Joseph Sloan of PMIadeiphla .....,. a, _
amked beth the s* M b
They did
of the ccnventten agaiart. Dr. amt want Ie be
Taller and the one af te Taylor asftcsated walk tfee plea af CMfwsinB I
grump axaimt Drs. T. J. Jamison Tay-r enwted by members ofitne
and I* G. Carr secretary' aad I greup.
treasurer to restrain been from 3. Because the group endangI'I
doodling the affair of the OVBventitm. trod many vahtca of the eoavea-1
fi toq to promote aa wdivaauat at *
an:! eiwt. tee but iirtsust ., toM
A -
temporary restraining ord.r
brought by Dr. Taylor's sub **- being served.tt and the r.*e was not! This group of Miami women was on Kennedy's sister and sister-in-law.

ers from to prevent"" Dr. J H. JU&BHM The I hand Wednesday morning in the Sky Shown are Jean Thomas, LJoma Green
an official Board
Board of Directors meeting at Md of ....of.i Pirsrtaws tnmiS atnaas.MaP |Ittwtm of the DuPont Plaza Hotel alone Ethel Kennedy, Anne Undsey Jean Kennedy

Olrrrt Baptist Chureh. Chicago, unanimously voted Jeskxa as with l.CKK other ""en edtfttel" at a coffee Smith, Jerri Arlington. Marjorie

was denied by Judge Simuti Zp- vmtdeot honoring presidential nominee Jack Lane and Marie Brown.-Adamafoto, ..Jo


urday night at Dorsey Park. Our next PT meeting win be
Booker T. began 1U serrinf held Nov. 7 at 8 p.nx Pupils will
early in the opening period whenJames take home souvenirs. and announcements -
MulUmore plunged over bet:.. the meeting
DUNBAR SCHOOL NEWS from the 2 ending a 58 yard dstv.
drive. The for point was no Sylvia Lambert principal
I PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, I960 Dunbar Is phased to welcometwo good. try Rosttta J, Vickers, reporter
from BethuneCcokman -
The Tornadoes increased their
L. score in the second llama whenMultimore P. E. Teachers to
daughter of the Thomas skirted right end and
Johnson f the Grove a I 76 for the longest and
ran yards Pro.Hallowe'en
Sponsor -
Bethune Miss Booker T. Washington! graduate, most sensational touchdown cf
will work with Mrs. Dennis on
I I the again the try for pointwas
game Event
Alumna Contest the first trade level Mrs. Knight I missed.
will have Etheense: Evans in her '
November 5 second grade class. Her parents I I, With second to to in the Anal Physical Education teachers ofDade
are Mr. and Mrs. Ivory Johnscn. chapter Booker T. added t. Its County .ere sponsoring a
Daytona Beach Willie J. A sad note entered Dunbar on'' score on a 20-yard paS from P r e-Hallowe'en recreational I
Wright .:t Miami, president ol !'1 last Friday when our Principal Gus Marjhall to Multimore. evrnt October 28 at the Harlem
the National Alumni Associationof received word of the death of Dillard's deepest penetration Square Auditorium.Don .
Bethune-Cookman College announced his last ptcrnal aunt Mrs. Rosle was to the Booker T.', 22.
the change In the data Adams Murray. Mrs. Murray rut latest "trick or
'of the Miss Alumna Contest. well knarn in M bile and surrounding BUNCHE PARK ELEM. treat" togs and get ready for fungalore.
The contest originally had been Mobile County was 92 The event is open to si::1!
planned for Homecoming, Oct. years od: at the time of her pas.. The month of October has been adults wh? have not lort the
22, but Wright stated "In view sing. filled with interesting and varied spark of youth.
of the tremendous amount cf interest Another former Dunbar pupil events" for the Bunche Park
shown by the Alumni in returns to us a* a member of family Proceed received from th.
the contest the executive' board cur office staff. Welcome to Mrs. i I On Sept. 30 Oct I, our li affair will be tired to assist
felt that it would be better to Maedell Cox Wilson whose three1 brarian. M:'j Christine Saunders members in attending national
\ I have the elbnlnatl of the con sons are presently here in our ': attended the Fall Materials C'n- and state physical education
test on Nor. 5 at the Morns school. Mrs. Wilson is a graduate fernce which convened at Floe meetings. This will further enhance .
.t r 1 College game rather than Home of Northwestern High I lida A and M University the professional status of
f- coming" Chapters throughoutthe Mr. Dullard chairman f-T physical education memben.
ti' ..l .tf.J state are urged by Mr. American Education Week ob 1' On Oct. 6-7, Miss Enna Butler
..111.Jli. Wright t) plan to spend Alumni servance. announced on last |i was a delegate to FSTA Leadership
.".1-.w.. "'t; Weekend, Friday and Saturday, Monday the final plant and cam |1 conference at Bethune Tryu
Nov. 4 and S on campus mlttee members for the Dunbar Cook Coll J'-' .
Marie Efena Carr, daughter of Tbe Mia 1 Alumna mmittee: Live Clarsrooms set-up. 1 Oct 11. grade 3-6 assembled We Have It
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest J. Carr of announced' that queens from the Twelve teachers and three grad* on the playground for
2342 NW 67th at, c ml bljh various high schools in the area levels will participate during the installatl n ceremonies of thv PHIL ANDT WINE'S
on the Standard Second Grade will be invited to be? the guestsof four days m rning and afternoon school patrol. Officer Harold
test given at Poinciana Park the Alumni on this weekend. ressions Nov 710 in the win Griffin of the Public Safety Department FOOD STORE
Elementary School She was con.s4dered dows of the Leonard Dept Store wu present to induct Pbon OX 1-8618
a food pi ;41 for the sec Dr Chambers and Mr. Me- the boys and firls.
and trade. McM"lan were both present on Oct 9-15 was officially Fire 6968 N.W. 17th Ave.
Marie t* a graduate of James I Tuesday for the Self.Studj Prevention Work throughout the
E. Siott Day Care Center No. 2. Practlcum After analyzing the United State Officer Sam Per- NORTHSIDE FOOD STORE
Good luck Marie. 4 ,.' test scores ,acre really a atrevelati. ry from the fire department visIted -
.nand offers a challenge with us and gave fire safety 1486 N.W. 71st St
39 VIE FOR NHS I to us here at Dunbar. hints to pupils to take home as
I Mrs. Made Portter. arithmetic reminders to parents
"MISSHOMECOMING" consultant worker with classroom
teacher on Tuesday. This was
Mr. Portiers first visit for this

The annual) Northwestern Sen I echo This I year.U PT Membership DRIVER'S LICENSE !

tor Hifh. "Mis Homec mine Month. Join up and pay up In
contest began SX* 23 with 39 your Dumber PTA unit. Let's
young ladies hoping to be crown TT7L4 have a banner year for membership I BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE IN OBTAINING ONE
ed queen. and activity In the PTA I
MUi llurneccrnln mill be
crowned during the beautiful BTW DOWNS O'BERRY'SMAGIC
ccronaUon for Miss Northwesternon I.
the evening of October 28, DILLARD 18.0 CITY DRIVING SCHOOL
before the Bulk' Homecoming 6262 N.W. 15th Avenue
game. Please make it a date to The B' see the queen and her' atten School) Tornadoes defeated OX
dants receive trophies and a 1 Ute Dillard Panthers of Ft- Lauderdale 1.5283
number of other gifts in the I by a score of 18 to 0 Sat .J. ..
achcol auditorium that evening at':' -- -
6:30 pro You ,ill also>> see there I Charming Mary Palmer aAA:
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lovely young ladies on our beau I student of North Dade Junior-
tiful float during the honnecoen- Senior High School In For The Finest Apartments
ing! parade. | Locka. She is 17, and a member Opa I at Moderate Rates-Call

of the Student C ,until Allied
Newsome Elected Youth. School Band and a Girl r

BTW Alumni Counselor for -Miss Junior She is a* 1 h BONDEDCOLLECTION

Queen C'Ont8tant'l
Carver Hornets C !
Miu, Irene N ewlOr11e, a member t 4t'
of the recent<< claM of I960, Crush Hornets 457 I
was unanirnualy elected to the

highly coveted position, cf Alumni The Carver Hornets of Coconut 1.w
Homecoming Queen" at the regular Grove crushed the R xme*
meeting of the Booker T. veil Hi,h School Mare n Devils
Alumni Association Tuesday at of West PaLm Beach by a score .
the who I. of 45-7 Thursday night at Dorsey /
!.11M Nuwtorm immediately PartThe AGENCY Inc.
selected as her attendants Miss .
Shirley McCall and Miss Mae Hornets scored three ,
Alice Norri both members of touchdcftras in the opening per '1,
the I960 class.A lod oaf in the third and three in I
niece of Mr. and Mrs. Fran the Anal to amass their high The largest collection and rental
cis Delancy of 548 NW 21 Miss Newscme and her attendants !
will reign over the annual- Highlights of the Hornets agency in the South; operating in
scores were 65 and 70 yard rum
homecoming celebratJ-n at Book
er T. vni kit will be held Nor. 17. by halfback Rudy Cambridge; 14 t Dade and Broward
The Baby Tier of Tuskeree and 60 runs by fullback McAr- I Counties'Negro
Institute Ala., will be thur Carter; a 7-yard run by I
the BTW
Tornadoes opponents In their quarterback Ernest Hart; a 3-yd.aprint L.. L. CROOKS p,.....-, Housing areas
homecoming game. of a recovered fumble by
Also participating In the celebration Alex Harris and a 1-yard plungeby MANAGING AND
will be the Alumni ma halfback Ench Dukes Fullback MAINTAINING MORE THAN
Adol;-bus Paulk kkked 3
jorettes whonT> 10,000 HOUSING
?3 will be announced UNITS
next week. potntt out of seven trfoc. DADE AND

Late in the final stanza Roosevelt BROWARD COUNTIES
scored on a 9-yard slant
Don't Fret Fight! ff-lackle by fullback Willie C. T.--+
Collie: ending a 57 yard driv iirl r ,C j

loin The NAACP point.Halfback Ulysses Winn added the .__ W : P",}

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Along Freedom's RoadBy MAY SPREAD SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, 1960 PAGE X

Free Cancer Exams nurses are giving time examinations
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without charge at several
Jacksonville Florida NAACP
Have yu ever taken O-cce public {ark recreational area President Rev.-A. Leon Lc-wry For Women clinics in Dade County In order
dollar bills from your purse or you want tCO? Can you vote this week announced that the i that everyone" who is eligible' will
billfold and looked at them care- any place you wish in the south Association is oonjlderlng extension A free examination for Cancer have an opportunity to have an
fullyTTwo such bills are .on the Can you go to church whereveryou of the local selective, of the Cervix (womb) i< available examination for Cervical Cancer.
face of It, Just two green pieces oftaper wish? Can you eat in any buying campaign to the entire T TI1ate. to all women wh receive
with George Washington's restaurant in which y-u think Aid for Dependent' Children. .
picture on them. But these green you might want to be served? i Members of the Assodatico'a I Dr. T. E. Cato director( of the Auto InsuranceFor
piece of paper have a real meaning Have you done any travelling youth council resumed .1t.t.na Dade County Department of
for everyone because we can lately Surely you haven't forgotten 'I here this week declaring local l Public Health said this' program I Everyone
use them to buy something. Now the Jim Crow railroad authorities have not shown good part of a state-Arid program No assigned risk necessary
two dollars doesn't: go as far toward station waiting. r oms you sat in. faith in considering their grie sp rooted by the Florida State $25 down. Financing available
the purchase of commodities or the buses you rode in (If theyweren't vances.Y I Board of Health will end in ALTMAN INSURANCE AGENCY
a? It did 20 years ago of even' Interstate controlled' by uth council members are Dade County in the next few 768 NW 3rd St. FR 1-2421
ten. Two dollars these days federal statute) also conducting a series of kneel- weeks.
would barely buy a pound of Perhaps, too, you have forgotten im They were denied seats at He said letter have been sent
coffee a laf of bread and a that many people still don't I I the First Baptist Church last I to women mho are eligible for
pound of butter It wouldn't buy know that the words Mister '
or I Sunday. They mere told that this program: however if anyone
too many of the tangible things I Mrs. apply to Negr es as well" :as I I they were' unwelccmed at another who is eligible f-r this programdid CAL'S
that go to make up our way of to white people but. If you because its sanctity had been not receive' a J letter, or has
lining the things we can eat aren't bothered about It, or trying abused the previous week by not made an appointment for this BAR & GRILLENOW
cr wear or use. to do something about it, newp wr reporters. examination they are Urged to
well, maybe you just don care call the Community Cervical 1
A SHARE ;: I NAACP Field Secretary Rob-f SERVING
about civil rights
your or your Cancer Program FR 3-7629 and
first class I will admit crt Saunders reported that the,
citizenship. make intment BREAKFAST LUNCH
Let's consider' something else an am* now+ -
felcctive buying campaign of the!
that many changes for the Cervical Cancer Is of the
this same two dollars can buy. entire wntowti business district 'I rne AND DINNERAt
better have
been made but
leading came of death in wom -
What I am thinking about could
here has gained
try t' enroll daughter Popular Prices
your in <"n, however most of these
be in
not wrapped package
up a the nurses' tum. Many Negroes are substituting -
training course at
deaths be prevented If Cervical
at a tore and taken home like a out of town papers for the can
new dress yet this same two Jackson Memorial Hospital and Jacksonville Times Union local Cancer is found early and 6006 N.W. 22nd Ave.Blanche's .
find out how much
progress treated,
dollars invested In that
a way there is here in Miami Or. If daily practicing a biased editorial
you A special team of doctors and
tae people might think of as
policy n race relations.
are a doctor, g to Ft Lauderdale -
something intangible could in
and to the staff I
try get on
the long run bring better and Used car dealers" have also
of a white hospital there. Or. if :
more lasting returns. You've felt the loss of business and
you live in Gad,en County try I
therNMQ'- what h din to sit down at a table in a unite publicly complained.Mean LittleDepartment
ship in Is restaurantI \tile. several white organizations
mind. But I like to think of haw mf'fWtth
not discounting' the
this am pro- NAACP youth council officers
membership as somethingmore
grew already made; I am merely -
than of and have expressed desire to
a yearly payment
I Store
trying to emphasize the fact
due*. It's mere like taking out a that much more progress needsto aid! in Impr ving Jacksonville's"
share In freedom' or making antnvestrnent race picture.
be made You cannot
get more
The Florida State Conferenceof
in progress and la value from anything you buy for NAACP branches has slatedits (formerly located on NW 62nd St.)
two dollars than a minimummembership
Hfe.I annual meeting for Orlando, 'I
can almost hear some people' in the NAACP. The Oct 2023HELP 6711 N. W. 15th Ave.PHONE
say that one minimum to dollar money you invest in this assoc .
membership in the NAACP iation. plus the money others Invest OX 1-5851
cannot accomplish very much will make an even stronger JESCA
(Y:u probably heard many people force in the fight for civil rights, i Big sale on clothing for men, women and children
My the same thing about voting You cann"t afford to miss such CHILDRENTREAT ,
-Ion not going to register and a bargain because your returns I I
vote, because my vote doesntcount" far outweifht your investment
) But Just as one vote
multiplied by thousands more Is KENNEDY CEASOR'S UNIVERSITY OF
a tremend" us force, so 1 NAACP The buys and girls of Jamea E.
membership multiplied by many PLEDGES FIGHT Scott Community Aoociatirn will BEAUTY CULTURE
more becomes a great power in join with m.llons of boys and
the fight for freedom. FOR RIGHTS .iris in more than J 0,000 American I MOST MODERN IN THE SOUTH" ,
Communities! in the wnrld
NO NEED Shreveport, La Friday !ln a greatest and must heartwarming i I
Some people' no doubt think i, telegram from his Washington, err rt by children to help child- Fascinating Work Unlimited OpportunitiesOnly
that the fight for equal rights is D C office to the Southern I when they participate in arm
already wen at present' and that Leadership Conference which when they participate in aIn Hair-Weev Training Center in The South
there .is no need for more effort closed: its national annual meet keeping with the national slogan
on their pest So many things ing In Shreveport: La. Thursday The Trick is to Treat". Write today for further information
have happened in recent jean Presidential Candidate J hn F JRSCA's children under the sup-
and ao much progress has been Kennedy said: The human ervikin <>f adult l..d..sUJ 5801 N.W. 22nd Avenue MamI Florida
made that maybe w can rest on rights for which you strive are solicit penntvt for UNICEF instead -
our laurels like the Greeks andR the definite goal of all Americans. of candy and atples forth
man did long ago after a I pledge that if elected " victory, without any more -worry president me will move to make and friends to cooperatewith -
or bother on our part But we the freedom guaranteed by our us in our effort to help us
misht interpret It this -war: the Constitution, a living reality for make this. year's Hallowe'en a If YOU HEED A LOAN Phone
only reason it seems as though al'! our citizens" truly UNICEF Hallowe'en. Don'tbe ,
the fight be The Shreveport Conference. tricked Drop In
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PAGE'4 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 19601 Our Nassau correspondent, Alpheus McKenzie wants' BIRACIALContinued
__ to be remembered to his Miami friends and readers of from page 1 j
the Miami Times. munittes where there art nuaj>
shopped, visited the market college-educated Negroea.
Saturday afternoon we The appeal seemingly points to
and docks observing boats from Haiti and other out islands Jacksonville and Tallaha eta

of the Bahama group. where officials have flatly refuj-
Saturday evening we were dinner guests of Mr. and ed to organize bl-ncial committees .
or t> recognize such groups
Mrs. Basil North at their Mackey St. residence.On formed by ministers.

-Mal" Omc.-- --:wtlttlAv."u.phono: Sunday morning we were breakfast guests of Only 14 Florida communities
at 740 .. OX 1-0421 brother have such committees the
Earl. At 9:45 joined eecn-
branch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave. MiaMI Florida-Phon* FR 12239 Mrs. Olga Bethel and son, mission reported although It appealed
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Cleveland and attended service at St. Matthew's Church, to the mays of alt cities .
Canon Addington Johnson, rector. Shook hands with since in ApriL It has turned
otherrelatives. business, civic and
many old friends. Visited the graves of parents and to religious
leaders for help.
H. E. SIOISMUND REEVES Editor The commssion said that these
Qtrth C. Reeves, Managing Editor and Business ManagerMnnb.r At 1:30, dinner guests of the Roland Donathans. Return committees serve as a founding i

to hotel and checked out. We go to Bowes to deliverour board for airing grievances and
of the Associated' Nebo trw
Mrtnbrr of the National >f'WSrl"'bU.b*" AMMIatIcnl borrowed car. He chauffeurs us to the s.s. Florida provide venting trouble.a "Safety valve" in pre.

and we leave at 5 p.m.
Hntrrrtl; u tWrtmd C1n,.* Mftttrr, AuirnM e, IP27. at the Port Office' and
at Miami, KlorkU. nndw the art of March A. 1878 We are sorry there were so many Invitations
time did not allow us to accept, but we want our friendsto Supreme Realty

THE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAboard know they were all very much appreciated.
"'e spent the latter part of the evening with my REDUCED
the 8Ji. Florida returning from a five-day niece and her husband, Dr. and Mrs Kenneth Rogers.We 2 bedrooms Florida room, tiled
visit to Nassau, Bahamas Charles North and Ye Editor were pleased to meet Mr. David Michaels, owner roof, wood floor All rooms

went by the cruise ship ..Florida and had a very.. pleas of the Mayfair hotel. Derrick Battey, manager. Also Hans large and opackfes. Warranty
ant trip to Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. North is Borphart Carolyn! Johnson and other members of the Deeds
the owner-manager of the North Travel Bureau and often hotel staff.
makes these visits. No closing costa
Arrived in Miami at 8 a.m. on Monday.
We arrived at 8 a.m. on Wednesday, Columbus Day. No balloon mortgages
This was a holiday in Nassau, and all business places
except restaurants, were closed. 1211 NW 75th St. $900 Dn

Clearing customs we found Martin Conliffe Sr", a IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE! 7521 NW 12th Ct. S9OO Dn.

friend of :North waiting to take us to the Mayfair Hotel The Campaign Committee of Dade County and the
our home for the next five days. Dined at the Riviera on State of Florida invites you and your friend 7520 NW 12th Ave.

Bay St.. a new restaurant owned by the proprietor of TO HEAR $1,000 down

the Central restaurant on Charlotte St. Hon. George Chandler Petersen

During the afternoon were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Republican candidate for Governor of the State of $100 down-$20 Mo.
Kenneth Rogers on a boat trip and swimming party to FloridaAT
the famous Paradise Beach. Here we met several old A COLOSSAL Buys your lot In New Liberty
friends and made City or Goulds. Terrific Investment -
some new acquaintances.
Among those we met were Mr. and Mrs.[ Holland REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN RALLY buying now for future

Smith, Dr. and Mrs.[ Cleveland Eneas Dr. \\'illiam'hi Sunday, October 23 profit.
and MUs Erma Grant.
At 3:00 p.m. at the
Thursday a.m. we were up early and went swimmingat ST. JOHN INSTITUTIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH $300 down-$65 Mo.

the beach in front of our hotel. This is one of the few IN.W. 3rd Ave and 13th St. 1 mortgage, no balloon no clot
public beaches left in the city and it is quite popular.
WAYMON A. EVANS Ing coots. 2 bedroom Fla room
Yesterday from our hotel we watched crowds swimmingall
Republican Leader of District 18
day. It was a holiday. 6034 N.W. 23rd Avenue
Pd Pel. Adv.
Ik-fore we could return to our hotel across the street
Drive by and oe, then call any
up comes Wilfred Bowe, a mutual friend, who said, "I time
read in the morning paper that you were in Nassau so I
went straight to market and made preparations for a FR 1.5641

native breakfast. I will be back for you in an hour, you COMPLETE FOOD STORE
must breakfast with us." We went to breakfast and really
enjoyed itFollowing A 27th Ave It 54th Sf-

breakfast Bowe gave us his '60 Valiant for NEVER CLOSED
use during our stay. North served as chauffeur. The FOR RENTWith

Bowes have a lovely home, two automobiles, two apartment
houses, a grocery and meat market and 15 acres of "SWEET" with $5 order or more OptionTo
,and, some of it now being farmed.
We listened to the Pirates defeat the New York SUGAR 5 Ib 29cHEINZ Buy

Yankees in the thrilling seventh game of the world series.
Now our going b easier. We call on the Roland 1402 BOTTLEKETCHUP Beautiful, New

Donathans and Mrs.[ Gertrude Haven Mrs. Donathan is k Homes in
niece and Mrs.[ Haven a sister of Mrs. Rachel Reeves. Visited 19c

our niece and cousin Miss Cynthia Davis and had RichmondHeights
our brother and uncle Cleveland, as dinner guests. CAMPBELL'S TOMATO
Spent the evening with Cleveland.

Friday after swimming and breakfast at the hotel, SOUP can JOe
we are luncheon guests of my brother at the Riviera. He I
related many interesting experiences on his recent 10. GOLD CUP INSTANTCOFFEE MOVE RIGHT IN
month visit on the European continent
Called on two old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Men"in Saw. 10 of /jar 89c ;

ycr. They live but a half block from our hotel. I carporte,
Sawyer is a retired lightkeeper and an interesting storage shed, built>in oven

chap to talk to. Ills wife, Beatrice still crochets socks and U. S. CHOICE CHUCKROAST and range
other articles.

We went to the home of Mr. and Mm. Sam McPherson Ik" 39c bedrooms. full
and daughter. Eva. The garage
McPhersons. like Ye Editor
large Florida built-in
are not young anymore, and not in the very best of health GRADE A ROASTING LB. room,
but they are happy and cheerful. Sam's oven and range, landscaped
eyes have been I
giving him trouble. Mac, as some of us called him, was a HENS I Ik 29cROLL Iota
former member of the House of Assembly of the Bans, -

mas, a member of the Development Board and a liason LB. nt'Y'IIEHE PART OF
officer for migrant workers in the United States. He u YOURV ;'KLY PAYMENTS
also a good churchman. SAUSAGE 'Ib
We had quite an enjoyable time reminiscing and I PAYMENT ON YOUR
discussing current affairs. PURCHASE OF THAT
U. S. NO. 1 ,
At 5 p.m. we were dinner guests of Mr. and Mr. 10 LBS I HOME.

Martin Conliffe Jr. The Conliffes have a fine home Hill POTATOES . . . 29c I
View). A good bit of the work on it was done by Conliffe, 13800 13810, 13820, 13830
who is a "jack of all trades." 3 LB. BAG

He also prepared the delicious dinner we enjoyed. APPLES . . . 39c Van Burcn St.

The Conliffes have two children. 13711, 13721
Visited the following relatives CASE OF 24
and friends Mrs
Elizabeth Tinker, Mrs. Netta Bowe. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses PEPSI-COLA . . 89c ,Jackson Street

Davis, the Maxwell Thompson, Mrs.[ Rose Price arid plus deposit |A -
family. Mrs. Price will be 100 years if he lives I
young to0ee
another birthday. Mrs Lillian Gibson ICE MILK . . . 39C I HOMES OPEN
Mrs. Lea Lang, VANILLA SAT. and SUN.
Mrs. Alice Fernandez, mother of the secretary at the Miami CHOCOLATE HALF GAL,
Times, Mr. and Mrs. Tidy North )[Victor Gibson. OR CALL

The McKinney Brothers George and Charles, own- A. G. FOOD
ers of the Amber Liquor Enterpri, are progressive business STORE D.&H.HI .
men in the Eastern District. We had a very interesting 27TH AVE. & 54TH ST. NEVER CLOSED
talk with them. Ij j I

Called on the lion. Clarence Bain, but found him out FOR APPOINTMENT

He is very busy man. Advertising in The Miami Time Pays Off i


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annual Daddhe's. night program -
: at PhyllU Wheatley Elementary .
School was held Monday -
night In the cafetorium. A
!ar;e number of fathers, mothers, r
and trit'ftd01 the ache i attended 1 R it.A ", .
the affair and enjoyed a very
.ateresting program. : tA

a Mr Otis James. manager of ,, f' aft bA '
I *he Miami district: of the Afro ) % 7 i
Amvrican! Life Insurance Co. 4 L:1:
was, the principal speaker for the
occasion. Mr. Jame delivered a
tr vtrv timely address. filred with :
i mu.-h c mrnoQ sense
A.o: rf'f(ending on the pro-
ram were. : Darville Knowles,
WIII i4 'I Franklin tt<
Cllen Felder. Wl1-
ford Bailer Stanley: Nwntwld,
rLLI president of the PTA and Dad.
r L die'* Club and Mrs. Elizabeth E.
6+ J, hrupon principal Elliott J
.) ri Pivzc en-rd as master f cere R..t
monies! for the evening.I

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Dr Sweeting fa seen In front of the many flags representing i a

the mzny countries which go to make up the

I t'nited'ation' lie reports a success in the department of

which he is affiliated Yearwood photo.
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Remarkable Rubin's purchase: of a washing! machinefor
d the nursery The public U Incited *
FAMU Is Bethune the eonfe once room of White Trio Guests of ,

Hall.At 10 'dock ajn. a paradewill r+. Sorority Tea -) < .-.c yu> yt YS Y 1

Homecoming Foe be h<.W. Acoordlnf to MrEdward JUST CALL CE 5.3057ARCHIE'S
II. Rodriquez grand Mar- Remarkable Rubin (honorary
Daytona Beach The famed hall of the parade. S bands have member of the ororlty) Trio
Rattlers" of FI rtda A and M Unlvw accepted the Invitation to appear -- will be the featured guest .f the
lty will be the Homecoming The number of II! at< aln.ctyent..t'd. For the !beat in hair weevevisit S.fma Omierwn Chapter of the Service
fee for the Wildcati of BethuneCuokman Hosiery
Hated Rodriguez "willnv Alpha Chi| Pi Omega S'rorlty'sAnnual !
C liege on October 22 us the flneat parade ever or call the Modernistic Founder Day Tea Sun-
at 2 o'clock p.m. The fame .will held :n Daytona Beach. Beauty Salon. Hair weev day. Oct 33 at the Liberty it's a pleasure to serve you
be played in Welch Memrial covers bald spots, thickensand Square, auditorium. 0304 NW fain
SlMdhem. 14th a'r. from 4 to 6 pm.
The Wildcat after suffering I lengthens the hair and
three dWeata are working to Fine ArtsConservatory the hair can be styled beau. The tea I* sponsored for the I $1.29 Hosiery 92'
overcome their difficulties In order benefit of the James E. Scott
tifully. Day Care Center NI An 14821 Fillmore St.
t. be prepared' for the Rattler. afternoon -

.. The UUvt department to be Hand woven commercialhair of rare entertainment la in Richmond Height
added to the Fine Arts Conferva i store for aU.
Coach Rudolph "Bunky" Mat- ory fe the Jazz Dance School can also be purchasedby All I proceeds will go for the
t no AS who WM, hospitalized after where dance technics that areeen other technicians. I _
the first back the Job ---- -- .
game it on in pupular Broadway shows - --
aM lAdieatwi that tfcr Wildcats are taught Mrs Sue Stadler who 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
will be ready when they meet .
.- currvmu w.th the Beatrice FR 4.9944 1rr.tv. r+-
Fl rid A Mad M. Daytona Beach ,
Laverne Dance" Studio U the SALLIE COLLIN Technician
k e" "eting the largest' home head of the Ballet and Jazz s.
crowd witnr red in ELMYRA E. FANNIN, Pf p.
mtng ever Dance Sch ol Site has studied
this ewmrouniljr" The Businets' with Tommy Armour GeorreMilanoif
and I'rofeoe.ona1 Men of the city and Beatrice Laveme. Elks Cocktail Party
have banded taemtelves t- rther For two" reasons she has performd -
in a Betfeufte-Cookman. Hoo ters *.in Mr' VaMa* Musical
October 30
Club with one of Its objective C>>mt"ly players and Al
to provide adequate facilHie to stn.era Here i* a *oa fterful op- r
hatMiie the tremendous taflux of j p rtuar:) to learn either ctasu- Greater Miami! Daughter elks r
v40tIM.... cal balM or the t copular Jazz I are very busy getting ready fon j
On Friday mint. Oct. 21, there dance rhythms under a quahlied time Cocktail hour and faahion
*4U be a hufe Coronation DaUla ba.kr.na Keep in style with pro- show next Sunday. Oct SO from i
the college gym t-t MitesHal.weemiag. .r... in instc. art ballet .you. S t.il 8 pm ta> be held at theGreater '
dance and woodwind by reels1terng i Miami Lodge and
I the Fne Arts Conservatory i Tempie aka! hest, 3'4 NW 17th
Saturday' mornint at 9 o'clock with
at the Carver YMCA st Pleaw plan to attend this af-
the ..Xl't'Ut.C'OIRIR.ttte' of the
Alumni Aa,ociatioa ",'.l! meet in <-v.-r> Saturday morning. fair. c ', I
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Sultry Shake Beauty Exotic Splendor 90 PROOF
TORTA SHIKE The Shaking Tattoo I is why!

Admission 50 Cents Table Reservations WA 2-9398 ,
Jimmy Corbitt, Manager I 'Et ENDED WMItKtV. 90 t
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Our Nassau correspondent, Alpheus McKenzie wantsto BIRACIALContinued
4 be remembered to his Miami friends and readers of from pge 1
munlttes where there art many
the Miami Times. college-educated Negroes.
Saturday afternoon we shopped, visited the market The appeal seemingly points to
and docks observing boats from Haiti and other out Is- Jacksonville and Taliaha..e*.
where officials have flatly refcu-
lands of the Bahama group. of Mr. and ed to organize bi-raclal committees .
A Saturday evening we were dinnerrguests or to recognize such groups
Mrs. Basil North at their formed by ministers.
of Only 14 Florida communities
breakfast guests
-Mal. OX 1-0421 On Sunday morning we were have such committees, the com
Offlc at 740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phen Earl. At 9:45 joined brotherCl"eland
Bethel and son, mission reported, although It
Third Av.. Miami Florida-Phono FR 1 2M$ Church appealed
branch at 1112 N.W. : and attended service at St Matthew's to the mays of an cites
SUBSCRIPTION RATES Canon Addington Johnson, rector. Shook hands with since in April. It has tamed
ONE YEAR ".50 SIX MONTHS $2.7S THREE MONTHS $1.7 of parents and otherrelatives. to business civic and religious
many old friends. Visited graves leaders for help
H. t. SIOISMUND REEVES, Editor The commsston said that the*e
Garth C. Reeve. Managing Editor and Business Manager At 1 :30, dinner guests of the Roland Donathans. Return committees serve as a founding
deliver board for airing grievances and
out.Ve to
Member of the AMorfeterf XeroMrtntwr Pr... to hotel and checked go Bowess.s Florida pr. of tb. XatlonsJ Sewrp"r 1'abUahers AaaocUtloaKntrred our borrowed car. lie chauffeurs us to trouble.

and we leave at 5 p.m.We .
; mm Htrimd (..Mi Matter AuRuM 9, IO27 a t the Pout Office invitations and
there were many
.t Miami Horfata. under the act of March tt. 1876 are sorry friendsto
time did not allow us to accept but we want our Supreme Realty
know they were nil very much appreciated.We .
spent the latter part of the evening with my REDUCED
the s.s. Florida returning from a five-day niece and her husband Dr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rogers. 2 bedrooms, Florida room, tiled
visit to Nassau, Bahamas-Charles North and Ye Editor We were pleased to meet Mr. David Michaels, ownerof roof, wood floors. All rooms
went by the cruise ship ..Florida and had a very.. pleas- the Mayfair hotel Derrick Battey, manager Also Hans largo and spacious. Warranty
ant trip to Nassau, the capital of the Bahamas. North is Borghart. Carolyn Johnson and other members of the Deeds
the owner-manager of the North Travel Bureau and often hotel staff.
No closing costs
makes these visits.
Arrived in Miami' at 8 a.m. on Monday. No balloon
We arrived at 8 a.m. Wednesday, Columbus Day.

This was a holiday in Nassau, and all business places, 1211 NW 75th St. $900 Dn
except restaurants, were closed.
Clearing customs we found Martin Conliffe ST., a IT IS TIME FOR A CHANGE! 7521 NW 12th Ct. $900 Dn.

friend of North waiting to take us to the Mayfair Hotel The Campaign Committee of Dade County and the 7520 NW 12th Are.
our home for the next five days. Dined at the Riviera on State of Florida invites you and your friend
Bay St., a new restaurant owned by the proprietor of TO HEAR $1,000 down
the Central restaurant on Charlotte St. Hon. George Chandler Petersen --

During the afternoon were guests of Dr. and Mrs. Republican candidate for Governor of the State of $100 down-$20 Mo.

Kenneth Rogers on a boat trip and swimming party to Florida Buys your lot .In New Liberty
the famous I>aradis Beach. Here several old
we met AT A COLOSSAL City or Goulds. Terrific 'Investment
friends and made some new acquaintances. REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN RALLY buying now for future
Among those we met were Mr. and Mrs. Holland profit.
Smith, Dr and Mrs. Cleveland Eneas, Dr. \\'illIam'hi Sunday, October 23

and Mis* Erma Grant. At 3:00 p.m. at the

Thursday a.m. we were up early and went swimmingat ST. JOHN INSTITUTIONAL BAPTIST CHURCH $300 down-$65 Mo.
the beach in front of our hotel. This is one of the few IN.W. 3rd Are. and 13th St. 1 mortgage, no balloon, no clot
public beaches left in the city and it is quite popular. WAYMON A. EVANS ing cats 2 bedroom, Fl'*. room
Yesterday from our hotel we watched crowds swimming
Republican Leader of District 18 6034 N.W. 23rd Avenue
all day. It was a holiday. Pd. PoI Adv.
Before we could return to our hotel across the street, Drive by and oe, then call anytime
up comes Wilfred Bowe, a mutual friend, who said, "1 1
read in the morning paper that you were in Nassau so 1 I FR 1-5641
went straight to market and made preparations for a
native breakfast. I will be back for you in an hour, you COMPLETE FOOD STORE

enjoyed must breakfast ItFollowing with us." We went to breakfast and really A G. 21t" Ave. It 54th St.

breakfast Bowe gave us his '60 Valiant for NEVER CLOSED
use during our stay. North served as chauffeur. The

Bowes have a lovely home, two automobiles, two apartment
houses, a grocery and meat market and 15 acres of "SWEET" with $5 order or more OptionTo
and, some of it now being farmed.
We listened to the Pirates defeat the New York

Yankees in the thrilling seventh game of the world series 6 Beautiful New
Now our going is easier. We call on the Roland 1402 BOTTLEKETCHUP
Homes in
Donathans and Mrs. Gertrude Haven. Mrs. Donathan is u+
niece and Mrs. Haven a sister of Mrs. Rachel Reeves. ViaIted
our niece and cousin, Miss Cynthia Davis and had RichmondHeights
our brother and uncle. Cleveland, as dinner guests. CAMPBELL'S TOMATO
Spent the evening with Cleveland.
Friday after swimming and breakfast at the hotel SOUP can 10c

we are luncheon guests of my brother at the Riviera. He
related many interesting experiences on his recent 10. COLD CUP INSTANTCOFFEE MOVE RIGHT IN
month visit the continent -
on European

Called on two old friends Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Saw. 10 of /jar 89c 3-bedroom., carporte,

'cr. They live but a half block from our hotel. storage shed, built-in oven
Sawyer is a retired lightkeeper and an interesting and
chap to talk to. His wife Beatrice still crochets socks and U. S. CHOICE CHUCKROAST range
other articles. Ik" 39c
We went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam McPherson 2-bedrooms, full garage,
and daughter, Eva. The McPhersons, like Ye Editor large Florida room, built-in
are not young anymore, and not in the very best of health GRADE A ROASTING LB. oven and range, landscapedlots
but they are happy and cheerful. Sam's eyes have been
giving him trouble. Mac, as some of us called him was a HENSfc/ 29cROLL -
former member of the House of Assembly of the Baha.
mas a member of the De,",,lulJnhnt Board and a Mason LB. BUY WHERE PART OF
officer for migrant workers in the United States. lie is i YOUR WEEKLY PAYMENTS -
also a good churchman. SAUSAGE 'Ib 29cU. I WILL APPLY ASA

We had quite an enjoyable time reminiscing and I PAYMENT ON YOUR
discussing current affairs. PURCHASE OF THAT
S. NO. 1 10 LBS.
At 5 p.m. we were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs HOME.
Martin Conliffe Jr. The Conliffes have a fine home (Hil POTATOES .. . . 29c

View). A good bit of the work on it was done by Conliffe, DELICIOUS EATING 3 LB. BAG 13800 13810 13820 13830
who is a "jack of all trade" I Van Buren St.
He also prepared the delicious dinner we enjoyed. APPLES . .. . 39c

The Conliffes have two children. CASE 13711. 13721
OF 24

Elizabeth Visited Tinker the following Mrs. Netta relatives and friends: Mrs PEPSLCOLA . . . . 89c Jackson Street
Bowe Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses _
Davis, the Maxwell Thompson Mrs. Rose Price arid plus deposit Q

family. Mrs Price will be 100 years young if die lives to I ICE MILK . . . . 39C HOMES OPEN
aee another birthday. Mrs. Lillian Gibson, Mrs. Lea Lang, VANILLA OR CHOCOLATE SAT. and SUN.
Sirs. Alice Fernandez, mother of the secretary at the MIami HALF GAL.
Time, Mr. and Mrs. Teddy North Mr Victor Gibson OR CALL.

The McKinney Brothers, George and Charles, own. A. G. FOOD STORE27TH D. & H.
era of the Amber Liquor Enterprises, are progressive bus-
mess men In the Eastern District. We had a very interesting AVE. & 54TH ST. NEVER CLOSED H18-1119

talk with them.
Called on the Hon. Clarence Bain, but found him out FOR APPOINTMENTPAGE

He IB a very busy man. Advertising in The Miami Times Pays Off f

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Presents ProgramThe SATURDAY OCTOBER 22, 1960 PAGE 5

; rr annual D3dd. '. night program -
at Phyllis Wheat W-y Elementary
School!, was held Monday
night in the cafetorlum. A
tare_ number of fathers mothers,
and (rl.OO01 the echo t attended :
4 M the affair and enjoyed a very
.nterestmg program. c e'
>- ,
)Ir. Otis James' manager of e t i I
he Miami district of the Afro- 1
American Life Insurance! Co.,
: t 4 was the principal speaker for the
occasion. Mr. Jame delivered avery
timely address filled with
mu:h c mmoo sense
Aio: responding on the pro-
ram were: Darville Knowles,
cal calM Franklin D< W* hifiglon Cllen Felder, Wll-
ford Barley Stanley! Nemtoold,
president of the ITA and Dad-
daC"'. Club. and Mrs Elizabeth E. 41
J. hruxm, principal Elliott JPwte .
served as master f ceremonies 4'
: for the evening

r- :. A .

r .,

4 a w

Dr Sweetinp in seen in front of the many flags representing i _

the m-ny countries which go to make up the

I I'nited Nations lie reports a success in the department of la

which he is affiliatedYearwood photo.

.. Remarkable Rubin's purchase of a washing machine
for the nursery The public la In.
FAMU Is Bethune the eenference room of While Trio Guests of vlted'

Hall. i. Tea ...<.: "C xw. ,
At 10''dock a.m. a paradewill Sorority

Homecoming Foe be hW. According to Mr JUST CALL CE 53057ARCHIE'S
Edward It. Rodriquez. grand Mar Remarkable Rubin honorary
Daytona Beach The famed hall of the parade I bands have member of the sorority) Trio
Rattlers of Fl rida A and M UnlWftKy accepted the invitation to appear will be the featured" gwt of the
will be the Homecoming The number of V at* already For the beat in hair S.gma Omicron Chapter of the
foe for the Wildcats of BethuneCk Hosiery ServiceIt'
f' tt't'"t"d.ted Rodriguez "willgivv I Alpha Chi Pi Omega rorlty'i
nan C liege on October 22 us the floral parade ever or call the Modernistic Annual Founder's Day Tea Sunday
at 2 o'clock pin The game .will held in Daytona Beach BeautSalon.. Hair WHY Oct :23 at the Liberty a pleasure to serve you
be played in Welch MemrlalStsdtum : Square auditorium ft304 Nu'11th gain
covers bald spots, thickens I.
a''Y.. from 4 to 6 pm.
The Wildcat after suffering and lengthens the hair and
three defeats, are working to Fine ArtsConservatory the hair can be styled beau The tea M punsored for the $1.29 Hosiery 92'
everceme their difficulties In order berWil of the Janice E. Scott
t be prepared for the Rattlers. tifully. Day Care Center N 1 An afternoon 14821 Fillmore St.

The late. added to the Fine Arts Coruervaory store for alt
Cooeh Rudolph "Bunky" Mat- H the Jazz Dance" School can also be purchasedby All proceeds will go for the
tatA who wa bocpitalized after where dance technics that are other technicians.
the firs game i' book on the job seen in popular Broadway showsare -- - -
and indicated that the Wildcats taught Mrs Sue Stadler who 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
will be ready when they meet .' currvmU w.th the IkatriceLaveme FR 4.9944
Fl ride A and M. Daytona Beach .r ,
Dance Studio* Is the SALLIE COLLINS. Tt hm clan 1r
to ex octmg the largest home- head of the Ballet and Jau
crowd wHneaeed' In ELMYRA E. FANNIN Pr ". t
c miRe ever Dance Sch ol Se has studied
th4 eummunilr The a"NAN6anti with Tommy Armour George
I..ot..l Men of the city Milanoif and Beatrice: Laveme.F Elks Cocktail Party
have banded taenwelves t- iethcr ,r two irason she has perform-
in a Bethune-Cijokman. Booster . October 30
Club with one of iU objectivesto ( m.-dy player, aRtS Ai i
provide adequate factUtte to sin era Here .s a *< aderful opD -
Ii4asle the trsunndous laflux of rtuatt) to learn either clas 4- Greater Miami Daughter Elk .
,...... cal! balM or the .(fwlar )au are very .buy getting ready forj t !
On Friday jufht Oet 21, there dance rhythms under a qualified their cocktail hour and fashion
Ke.. style with .haw next Sunday. Oct 30 from i
.W be a hue Coronation Bali ba.kr.na .t an pro-
S t.il 8 plIIe) be held at1\.
art. ballet
Ja the college iym tr Mlsafiatwrday ..r.In mc. you
dance and woodwind by regki- Greater Miami Lodge andTemple
Ne+e'c 0"11111
Elks .Krtt. 364 NW 11th
morning at 9 o'clock !..r.n'Ith the Fine Arts Conservatory -
at the Carver YMCA st I'*** plan to attend this at.
lie ex '(ut4ve eommitt' of the
Atvmnt Aatoctatven w.l! meet in rv ry Saturday morning. )

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aspirant a
to-do at Miami International in .he Bahamas Oh, THRU FRIDAY
Airport where they were greeted praised the ftople.l the tOO am-
5:30 a.m. -
by a throng of would-be voters :pouted' about what a Gospel Blind Boy
the first to arrive to visit They had (
Kennedy 9:00 to 11 a.m.-TP the DJ
motorcacKxl from the Airport shoes "running water
11:00 am. 1 pmp-Zd Cook
through Hialeah to 79th St.. to have investigated
1:00) to 2 pjnGospel
7-.h ave thence t NE 167th it, untruths long ag Cook
2.-00 to 4 p.m-Ed
tj N E 163rd It. shopping center. for our phobia the XXJ
4:00 to 7:13 p.m-TJ
afraid f height to
There John F. had rally. Then
Reid Newt
5:15 3 JO pmJbn
where we'd upchuck
he rallied on down Bucayne
Boulevard to West FlagJerwhere to and fro. Our most A This delightful new wine made it* debut on SATURDAY
he .ro again in the Bayfront nightmares have to
hosted by
ing off bUs or Miami scene last week at a party .
-Sat s.vttuall
Park Band 1ell. thence' to Miami 5JO to 9 aJn
Beach via Venetian Causew/. high stairways Its Wines in the hospitality room of their offices at tOO to 2 pjn-Ed Cook
On his way back to the air- mind: some say avenue and 13th street On hand were many lo I, 2:00 to ':15 pm. TJ the DJ.
.ort he came over the new Julia But don't be u and executives of National Wines and 'I 5:15 to l:3o-Jim Reid New
when Od: Coop pull
Tuttle direct U the i
a.rport. take an overnight Colony. Wearing their ARIBA Wines hats SUNDAY
The closest Ken' got to weunsua Island to the East : Ed Cook of WFEC, "Butterball" and Fred 5:30 am. to 12 noon-
at 79ih *l and 7th ave. We that's travelling. WMBM. 12 to 3 pnu Blanch* CaQoway
were conveniently left out of the Give me the rolling S.-00 to 7:13 pxru -Traffic Jam
or the rolling hillsMe
parade route. mobile! Oh well, just LATEST RADAR WEATHZR:
lICkbe Veepee, chose NW thought! ON AIR Brook Benton Sammy Davis Jr., REPORTS ON TIlE HOUR AND
42nd ave. to Elegies St., to the Jackie Wibon. La Verne Baker, WALT HOUR ALL DAY EVERYDAY
B u.evard to Ue Beach via Delta Rees and many others.
'Cnt'Lan Cau.-eay at his route. Things WMBM broadcasts at "790 kilo-
Tarn over the 36th St. Causeway STtlS.
back to the airport THE RUSSIANS WMBM will be-
Njck aIM ceaveniesty roiisedriMg people That is p '. 24 hour Oct.
hU colored supp.rters For twitting"' the aU- "'rro programmed I
hypnotizing other granted a full time
Und on the tide and !waved and
We red 'hEft t early In I960 and has
applaud him a* he and hie hench. ,", )
men w uld wave and mile back newspapers were ext 19 hours per
Khrushchev (O) .-12 midnight). Broad
> razy absurd foolish ( >uu may say but itwJd I V-M,M here at the to 5 ajn to bring t
; have had a tranendour AJHIInbiy They t Id I famous entertainers
tiled upon the Negro voting pop I| Human own had John Hotel
a*.'7i had they both-*ay. to-k ,
on their knees Moon entertainment
oat ten minutes, gone down 29th cummumtm. I'll bet the Sir John Li going
t ''' 3rd ave. uu 3rd to Flagtaj
he sent home ha the rogramrning and
:; tfcelr way to their apnunenU" -
I i Aetv proud of him. : bring to WMBM in
;i ta.n. they hadn't i r Miami" such famous
ri: nt ta.d out their route of MJ an New York. I .
>_v" t(.. thv- Beach where theyc sboft0 pound a I -- (jiii'm
; addraMed. the Legion Conn Ui *e 10 feet' away 54246'I; lock into his future racc DWVC1tY
... -"' On. welt! that's Jut a for room deodorizers. I on TV and "discover
(. -..rag thought. u d'pkimat1' -Uke Sir Arthur's daytime
JUtn:tnbcr when Kennedy'' fit, cvarched for I '. to outer pace!fI fl
.n:'n ir man paid a vUlt here rec and attacked El I I uts a passing criticism! HAROLD JOLLIVCTTt, Manager
A great bit of tratcgy abused a president I
w.s, made when he invited fo..r been e-lccUd yet -. cr tU'r.-uT wr i.iir1Dlw =- UIl.ll6:
t ji mind you- Negroes to acirpa lie really bu>ted
n meeting in the white he had an improptu
tc*on That was a great bit of his hotel M'rmdu. 25 The Originators of this area proudly announce
maneuvering:: ThOle four should Bang, shortkd and .
brag over 40 voter into the his audience below
Democratic camp! Oh yell, just wasn't such a '
a pas.ing thought! tainer We suggest
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By DAVE BONDU I Washington Attorney General

A -..-.- .. WtiLam P Rogers said last
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Thursday that Justice Department Outstanding DesignerIto
MOST OF THE TIME I find mediation had opened chain
something- wrong with folks or store lunch c unters to NegroesIn
find something they -ain't doing"or 90 Southern and Border State

are supp.fed to be doing, you -- -- cities since June I. I Model Here
know I will make mention of it With the civil rights issue beIng -
A few weeks back. I suggestedthat partment Ira Blossom Evelyn raised frequently in the current :
Ufes. Freddie
our g hers to Uw Walker Mitzie. I I I
go golf presidential campaign,
Dottle Anderson LoU Bell, outstanding fashion We forward
course in the attire. Well Seems a* if issued an I are anxiously locking
proper Rogers a 3,000-word review
they just down designer and model has not to feeing the Paris
this week left look at selves put us and we of administration InapiVed.
our Republican
and talk about the craze and d n't see the old gang around actions in that fleM. The report only been the recipient of many Lois Bell, in any of her future
anymore. varied awards aa a fashion expert presentations.Be .
newest facility open to us-bowl- ranged from prqaed legislation
but is also widely acclaimed sure that you see her Nov
ing.t DEAR DAVE DEPT: "I am 20 through litigation to the and renowned throughout. the 4, at the Bayfront Park Auditorium
mediation method.
have been to the b "ruling year. old and think that I am In country for her superlative cre- Alpha Kappa Alpha Sror-
alley a number of times and fire love with two men, and 1 can- Rogers announced" Aug. 10 after the designs. tty is sponsoring this affair to
or rix timer a fight has broken not tell which one I love more scores of lunch counter ait- Miss Be-ii is noted for hp own help raise fund for its aid to the
out. Let'* face it Charlie Hayk. than the other. Both are kind ins in Southern citto. that be fabulous creation the basic handicapper rrojwrtAttention
owner of Mi Bowling, has invested and rood and both have askedme had been calling in executives of weekend' wardrobe. She Is an
$200,000 enjoy .ur Jyes. There is a nice Signed: "In The Middle". help in ending the principle of good design-studied
lounge and the service is good tions. I simplicity. The American Legion William
Dear In The Middle demoratra.1 Henry Bethel Rlchmcod
yet there is always someone who : He said then that Successfully presented by civic Post
will go into the place and get a xnent -in ', and social JUchnv nd Heights b urging all veterans' to
This decision' is all and at c Junction with group in ,
few drinks under his belt and yours local authorities and I' Va. N C Chicago join up with us and make thu. a
yours alone. You will try to determine other interested I Winston-SaVrm.
community in which to
the next thing you know there It strong
which one you should groups had quietly brought York Texas and live. We are having an affair
a fightS about of lunch I Fl rids the has returned
marry by your on feelings. Are desegregation Just
Saturday at the homeof
meday' somebody' is going. to y-u at ea..e with both of them counters In 69 c mmunitics. I i from a fashion tour of France every
a Leg in the center. For
lose their life out there andthere n or
DO you feel comfortable being He reported Thursday the and Italy where she observedthe further Information contact"
wi.l be no more boa-ling around him 'Which one is the same program has been carriedout I very latwt in the trend of Steward
Jcoeprt post commander
alley. Charlie will lose
his license
in 21 additional communities fashion.
+cast jealous Remember that
and we will be right back where this b a lifetime bargain and bringing the total to 90. I Lois Bell now share her many Murray or Edward James Jr.Hanna Jr. or
we started .
place to
no go yoj must take one without the Uv secrets as Instruct consul: Indf
. no bowling. Just suppose other. Once you are married you tant for La Bell School of
segregation MLS abolished in the cannot |o back to where y 0- ustarted EXPERT WATCH AND Charm This school I U under the
bowling alleys and -we could go and you are to cherish auspices! of the Abyssinia Baptist
to anyone in the city, I'd be only him till death do you part CLOCK REPAIRS Church. Her creative ability is
willing to bet a thousand t. one Keep' going up the avenue of in. I. most unusual and her fashion rooTH
that we'd act "like folks" at decision until y u have really 303 N.W. 2nd Ave. designs highlight every m"de of ACHE rP.S
those alleys, so why should we made u?>> your mind which man is Andrews Jeweler 1 1 I women's wear Si ii..
make an exnvtion of our own. for you. I would nM take the re. All work \ She wa recently aodaimrc sow mow mra"
C me on now y'all stop acting aponsJbility of telling you which guaranteed by New York fatbton experts foi ei
like fools and enjoy a good sport one to choose, for if you became 40 Vain ,In au"" I her excellent dtrector-fireeenta ORA4W
Just became bowling is done in unhappy later you might hate FR SOU2 I I tien at the auccnwful -Pr tt1 as a ?
an alley doeesat mean you hart me, and most likely wouldn't I p.cture. fashion show.
to act l like y .u're in an alley. Act ever buy a Miami Times again .
tike the good sports y. u are and And we culdnt have that I
U you gatta go doan the street Note: Address all letters to meat I ..
and don't spoil a good thing for 8740 NW 15th ave. and I will '' .H'T Dt T'lt.RSCO.' NVC 6LINDDWMISKYMPROOI.efGRAINN' RALa n
others The Mi Dowlinj Alley U try to &DIWer.IPEAKING '
young, so enjoy it and treat It as i.i '-r: "
ou ',ould something that beD > OF Dear Dave:
( ,. to you please. Someone: called Vera Williams ) / :' -j.. uAi.1"
Let (those were the initials ;n .. """ ..
PRETTY GIRL OP THE Week the last letter) and told her they 'Y ';' .,

Harrfotte James / Policeman read her letter Now that letter ..
of the week: Juhn Westmoreland I began, "I am 24 years of age '
156Man about town: Paul That lets Vera out-rUfet there

Cato Public servant of the : 4
week. Rose BaiNry Royal MAYBE YOU ha vent noticed
Dr.ve Inn 15th aYe it, but Sugar Mil (14* PMCV;
ind NW 71st St.) has had a face
YOU CAN tune In to WMBM lifting. At one time this area WAS,
radi around midnight and dig infested with wine. rum pots
the happenings at the Knight bums and what have you. Thirty i
Beat Sapper Club with Clifton came a major change where the
Moon and lies Moten. Bea .k the I lances put everybody out except < $
newcomer to Miami whom I told I the exceptional tenants, remodeled I
you about recently and 1 didn't inside and out put up t ,
mention that she's aim consider: a playground f r the kids and :t
rU a crack radio sales 1 personal'Ity. I has become a beautfui neighborhood 'r
So be sure to catch "Moon The apartments are completely I ..-" r
Over 'I.ami" over WMBM renovated, free gas and t ,
water low rents wash houw. j
TALKED WITH Darts Sanford shady trees, grassy arras, clean
Love f WTEC She is now ouudme and mod /important of.i ;
the program director and she all nice people. Smrwfcere'' r.F
tells me that Blanche Cal:oway along here, 1 have to blow my .
1s back with her "111 Sweetie tmn horn If you want a nice .
from 10 to 11 dally Monday thru apartment furniefecd' or unfur- :, ra
Friday and from 12-3 on Satur named in the Liberty CH area : )
days. Louise Griffin is also be sure to see me. I can !Myuu ,
back on the air with her Spiritual End JL c mnwrcjal s 4p
Show every Saturday from
6:1S: am. to 12 noon. Louue has Until next week you know d
a fine voice' and u a seasoned what Live life, every golden start
announcer minute of itDon't enjoying

I THINK IT 18' about tune Ida ..... -. ...
Williams Moore (Sir John I

Barmaid bight a house. Every ,
time I are Ida I always ay.'what's Nr
gang on, Ida. And she Got Sore '
always fays "nothing but the i I

rent f* LYONS

members Our vice president Leo
Armbrlsler, Is very unhappy ,
about the attendance at the cub CUSHIONSHARtEM :

meetings. I am rry I can't ttmsaaA as.r,trU
iu ke it because I work at night, Its V a p..eane 44 -
and the day a wrong, for me. wise r tredl a '
HciAevrr. Mr Armbrister Is doing sal arA. sir
everything posatbU\ to keep Yf
ag++islsq /
the menders together Pies'. e,
members. help make his job U1
After all Yot' are the only goes:'
dub ;in Miami and we should at DRUG CO.
least stick together. This JOel for

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Betting' Pool
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Dill Grant a Wtst Indian was
not born wth a "'silver .;eon" in
hb mouth, but he ran get any
.,., kind of ,poon no*,
rye One year ago he emigrated" to
C _
England and took a $!9tn'- I"Y
..ck Job a. a store cleaner. This
1 week he learned he had won ..,vs -.isThat..
t ifc8,775 n a British s.ccer pool
u' Ills plans, as reported, are to OX 1.7959 N.W.22nd Ave. & 69th St.
"a;;t'nd b.gand be happy and
to have a lap-up" wedding with
x \ fcs ft-nce, EtlAtna F.xe. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY

i'c- : fritters AttentionCcnch on sate Saturday & i

evening from 5 o'clock until* at
798 NW 701St, Als anyona'I
who hat childnn from 3 years v r
to 13 year and would like to
t ?'" Mhr .l _. have them Join the jtivenite department a
of the Elks, call Mrs. m litt03
M Dennett Meeting will be held
the Sunday at 3 pm.

DYSTROPHY I' 25th AnniversaryThe Advertise! ;Pays1; I IT

Social Saving Club 1 Is
DRIVE PLANNEDChurch I II celebrating Its 23th anniversary I \ c Entrtalnmcnt
I Sunday, Oct. 23 at St. Mary's 1
civic and educational Wesleyan Church 2607 NW 5th AIR CONDITIONED o/T rybcn 3
leaders met last Wednesday at a ct.. Rev E. A. Culmer' pastor Mdn
coffee in the NSht Beat Ro.ro of 3:30 pm Everyone is invited. CAPITOL y BrS., i
the Sir Jonn Hotel to pledge Mrs Mae Davis president I
their unanimous aupport of toe Mrs Margarette Tayl"r, Sec. SAT MIDNITE AT7
cumin* Muscular DystrophyDrtve SUN. MON., TUES.

find a in cause lU and c natant cure war for this to Message ,of Thanks I OCT. 23 24 24 i ..

crippling dease.Tne J would like to take this opportunity -| "Pay or Die"with A :.
heartfelt thanks of to thank my many _.aMa..0+rnizaji. ..
Ernest Bergnint _...._..- :M
cvunUcas score of Florida child friends and neighbors for theekind .FRhE wc.ii : ---- ,
Ito fo out In appreciation to ejqprefluons *ik-n during PLUS CIH
these -utsundinf atizaoa who my recent illness. Your beauU- The Great Sioux I G .w.npau... I'
jive of their time and effort for : ful cards fkivvrra and visits. U _
this. worthwhile C'8UN9. said lira. 'beautiful cards Oowrs and viaedhelped j UprisingBUNCHE .. -:- -_.,.
Elizabeth Espy Johnson pnDdpal to aped. my recover., I
of Phyllis Wheatiey Elemeo- Susie Eve Gresham PLUS
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tart School and president of the --,
Miami Ass-cUUon of Colored Boxing at Palace I 1
Women which it aponorini the I ONE-MAN WAR AGAINST THE COMANCHEROS
drive. Switches to WHIIEWOMDI
The following groups are
pledging their a port QwestC Saturday NightsJnrtead I SUN. MON.. TUES. FOR A PRICE... ]
.ub, Dade County Home Demonstrati of the regular M.nday :
o Club. Idle Hour Art night boxing shows at the Liberty "Pay or Die" ALIVE oR DEAD!
Club Phyllis Wbeatley Social City Palace Arena the fiChU Starring Ernest BorgnintPlua COUMBA rtryno
Club, Sunshine Community Club wiJ be hvld each Saturday night I
Koyal Twenty Oub. Gracious starting this Saturday Oct 22.
Ladiea' nmunity Club Wo- The shows ath Palace havebeen A Thousand Thrills REDO
mesa Cooperative' of Miami, held since last November The Lost World" :
L yal 5> ers, Cutter Woman's many young and promising fighters ;
Civic Club Colored Women's have been developed at the In ClnemaScope and Color SCOTT.1 9,9.'u
Civic Club of Goulds NaranjaElementary Palace. Among them Willie Starring Claude Rain I
ITA, Floral Height James, John Lawyer Jim Rob-
ITA.An. Insvn; starry Belafonte and Willie
urgent appeal Is extended Taylor among others.
to mothers to participate in this The 'weekly flcnt card consists
cause. Just call bee Fisher at fa : of elIbt touts and a battle royal. NANCY GATES-OAUK
3 UBJ and five her your Dame RITZTHEATRE
> I This week's headline bout feature CWO** COri Ca01t
I racers npouems
and address.
heavyweight Herb Slier.present .
heavyweight champion of
the Palace and Jim Tiliman. giant
Georgia heavyweight woa NOW SHOWING
scales 240 UM Starting time is
ass SUN., MON., TUES., WED.

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TIMES MIAMI-FI/ fer ruriiucn ***** a 1.1 i IKinllT U, M. E.:
,linATrI --7.-.1 _
Rev. J. W. Stephens, paster 2014 N.W. Sth CourtW.
M. T. Copeland reporter V. Geary minister
Sunday School ".......". 9:43 Church School ISV
Morning Service 11:00 Morning worship 11:00
BTU ... 5:30 Evening worship .. 7.:01
Evening Worship ...x.... .... :00
The Pastor's Aid Board were
1. Ietoc&titTHE Services will follow the usual presented in a lovely tea last
prcedure. The junior church will( Sunday at the home of Mr. and
render service in the morning Mrs. Harold Taylor. A large
V worship. The No. 1 choir and No. number c f friends and well wishers *

night 1 usher board on duty Sunday were present

= The No. 1 choir invites you to Sunday. Oct. 23 will, be a day ,
long to be remembered at Trin-
_. het> it celebrate its 27th anniversary
WOMAN'S DAY AT Sunday Oct. 23 at 3 p.m.with ity. On this day the women wHlpresent
their Woman's
MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA the Rev. Foster delivering Day pro-
the anniversary sermon, and his
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1960 BETHEL choir rendering music.Don't The principal speaker will be

... Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyer,
forget junior sale Sat-
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member of the Dade County
bAHA'I ASSEMBLY: NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. urday evening from 4 to 6. Board of Public Instruction and
: 9 The No. 1 usher board will
: also an attrney of note in the
Rev. C. J. Burney pastor have a dinner' sale at the home Miami area. Other visiting ladies
N *\.r Morales prominent at- Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter f Mr. and Mrs. John H. Cope- from the numerous churchesof

lurney, who is president ofbe Sunday School .............,... 930 land. 29939 NW 48th Terr. NE the city will also worship) withus.
Greater Miami Chapter, American Morning Service L.I.T.-.T..., 11:00 4-6233 Saturday Oct. 22. .
Association for the United vcning Services ..... T-TTT,.... 730 Sick: Sis. Washington and
Nations, w.U be guest speaker ata Little Nathaniel OHif Jackson At 3:30 pm. a Fall Fashionetta
United Nations Day observance Again we are grateful to God Memorial Hospital room 1501, will be given at the Carver
sponsored by the Baha'is for his goodness and for those 5th foor: Branch YMCA. The very latestin
f Greater Miami, and to be why are connecting to. the church. styles will be shown
head at the Shore Club Hotel, Ve were blessed to have 21 added -
.91.b and Colijns, Miami Beach, to the church during the f At 7:30 pm. a Literary Musical
Sunday Oct. 23 at 4 p.m. Mr. Aeok. Let w remember to continue t : program featuring a segmentof
Mora**, a former director' of the I in prayer for the sick. To \ I. '"' the Northwestern High Scho
Kwj Cruses, and past chairman of our friends and visitors rem 1 .{ 'i .I Choral club! Mrs. Louise Parket
we Dade Cajny. Bar Associa DOT you are always welc.me Culver is general chairman of
te n Speaker' Bureau, will dis- .... t this program Mrs. Culver to-
CUM "United Nations. Pattern FIRST UNITARIAN .i : tether with all the members of
tot Peace. a... Trinity Invite you to share. withus
On Sunday Oct. 23, at 10 ajn. .. in the program lr the bet
Mrs. Frances Baumba rtner of William Baggs editor of the MIami ,. ,. terment of our community.
Nam Miami will be chairman News, will be guest speakerat a, .. .. .'"... .
tv4i)utx u invited. AdmUsion is the Adult Forum of Ure First w ,
(ne _-!.lrWOMEN'S Unitarian Church 46 SW 29tb
Rd. His topic will beHave You "Fathionetta"November
AT Heard That The World Isn't
What it Used l> Be?" MRS. CAROLINE WARD 4, 1960
MT. ZION AME At the 11 am. service, The Chairman
Rev. McKarl M. Nielsen, will
CHURCH preach on Th Difficulties oltteliwing The women of Greater Bethel Bay front Park Auditorium
in God. Mr. Nielson, AMC Church will observe their
4./ annual Woman's Day celebration
-- --- presently minister of the Unitarian -
Sunday Oct %3. The steering
Church of Sarasota, was born
m Holyoko Mass. studied at committee c rr(.'oed of Chair. Beautiful Home on
W raster Polytechnicai Institute man Caroline Ward co-chairman Your LotCempltte
and trained for the ministry. at Flo Hawkins and Louise Shorten
1 1r1 Harvard and Union Theological are planning to make this Red
.3 ixrhuot He has traveled throughout I Letter day In Bethel Their 'I I 7b Unu 4a5tytlty
the world with spucial emphasis thvtne "Cooperation.. The Keynote Rev K D While pastor of .
on studying and observing to Success"During Bet) AME Church: Key We-t, .-
: the religious practices of the the morning service .who is the [uect speaker f r the __ A, v
Orient his pastorates have been tribute and respect will be given Men's Day program at St Paul
I Ii 'in Massachusetts South Carolina to all mother of Bethel with 40 AME Church Coconut Grove
New York and be continues or more years of servce. He is a great gospel preacher,
II to serve as the summer The speaker f r the moraine former presiding eider and accountant -
I minister for the Unitarian will be Mrs. Mayme Williams of the state of Florida. Building ttrvloe'
Chapel on Martha's Vineyard in who''is" chairman of guidance He h'Ids a B. D. degree from the .
Massachusetts The Rev. Robert services at B. T. Washington B. F. Lee Theological Seminary PLANNING
W Sonen till be preaching inaaraaou. High School Edward Waters College Jacksonville BUILDING
Some of the other attractionswill the jubJie is invited to FINANCING
On Wednesday, October 28, be Mrs. Barbara Key, solo hear him at the 11 am. Sunday
? from 11:15 to 130. the Women'aAlliance lit and Mrs. Darnell Ward. The Oct 23.MT.. Ywr N.w H.m.
A4AE.L, baa planned an International Southland Singer will brine thegopel .
Taste Luncheon, with in song. Don't miss this AARON BAPTIST NoDovna
r the program panned in honor of ipiritual feast
United Naliotu month. Rev S, A Cousin is putor.WOMEN'S 340 N.W. lido Ave. Payraeat
Rev. C. W Scott pastor

yw Dea. Earl Golden clerk Over Twenty Years ef
... -- 'a t.MPLL &SA"faST DAY Sunday School .......>.-...-.".- 930
. MRS EVELCNA GLENN I IIt Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor AT ST. JAMES Morning Worship ._, 11:00 Csnstrwctlsa Ixsr1n..
Sunday School .. .. .. tJI I BTU .._._._,,.,. 5.00Evening Guaranteed tatlsfactlsii
-" "-" "
Morning worship "_.,....... 11:01 II I NOV. 13 Worship .... __._. 7:00
BTU ___________________ S3 Prater meeJng Tuesday ... 8:00 1? r .
Evening worship ........... TaW THEME: WOMEN OF THE
The fourth annual tea sponsored -
by the Woman's Day Committee I In the words of Mr. Eleanor Rev. O W rater pastor
on Sunday evening was I Roosevelt "iall create the A. L. Johnsoa ", On., PL 1-3604

/ quite a success The chairman and person ue became by our Sunday School _____ i.O 1 SB* N.E. 79th SUMiami
co-chairman wish to thank all choices as we go throu&ij life. Morning Service 11:00
the participants tx t.belr.plea. the Women's Day chairman Mrs. BTU UO
did raUon. Lugusta Colston and the program Evening Worship -_... 7.-00
Tickets are on sale for the annual committee have sought
...... dinner dated for Saturday, women wh > have made such
Oct 29, The proceedswill help sound choices to appear on the
the women t go "On to the annual Women's Day program at
moon"-Woman's Dajy. St James AME Church on Sunday T
Nov. 13. Is Your Car Worth
at The the children'11 am ,service choir Sunday.will sing Our speakers have distinguished
themselves in the field of education -
Those who to;k part in the recent Having
play sponsored by members, of life's obstacle vercome these many
of St Matthew's and Temple exemplify what Mrs. Roosevelt women More Than You?
believes that "we all create the
Alean Miller. Lillian person few becucne by our choices

Clark.nell Strachan.Augusta Julia Nevtbolds Davis. Janet Ver- at A we number go through of years life" ago our A lubrication job and oil change typical cost,

Moss. Maggie Fergus o, wrist morning and evening speakers about $5 keeps your car in good shape another
MISS GLORIA BRAYNON Clark Louise Most Corine ElLs chose to face full responsibility few months, another few thousand miles. But a

The wotm-n cf.h Zon AME: Agnes Knowles DruciUa Thompson the for their results actions How and fully to they c'Ce have rith drug prescribed by your doctor average coat

Church Opa Lovka, vtill (ble'r'c Taylor. Marionetlva Little Hattie Wiley.Basden.MHalean been rewarded will be attn when about $3 can be the means of keeping you or

day. Oct their S3. Woman's The morning Day speaker Sun-- Rev Ed Monroe Ge rge Hep they Woman's challenge Day. all women on someone in your family, in good shape for years and

wi.l be Miss Gl. na Braynon, burn David BroA-n Fettus Mil- Miss Thomajens Garnette years. That' why we say t. .
an instructor of foreign languageat ler. Freddie Hepburn Rheul J. Walker, our morning speaker! ,
Hooker T. Wa hlntgon High Ferguson. and Mrs. Charlotte Clark our TODAY'S PRESCRIPTION IS THE BIGGEST
School Mist Braynon's subject Mr Ora L Ibywood was evening speaker will bring in.splrational BARGAIN IN HISTORY
misirrjti of ceremony, Miss
'God's of
will be Requirements
i. Elsie Douglas, pianist and Chat.McCloud. messages to everyone.
W men" We honored
are at St James to
have them speak for us. Treat Bring your next prescription to
Our soloist for the morning ir No. 1 will sponsor a the future
as a challenge, full of
will be Mm. Ann Smith of the. "Home Program" Sunday at 3/10 possibilities and opportunities:: for
Southland Singers. pan All auxiLnrfes and members these
are truly the "Challenging EDDIE'S
At 3 p.rn. llev. J. J. Williams I I are asked to give their fullemigration. Sixties" DRUGS
and hit congregation from .
Metropolitan AME Church in Miami -
will be presented with thr FREE 801 N.W. 3rd Avenue"Whtr
Miami Hannncttc as guest FOR RENT
singerv. One ballet lesson week pharmacy U. a ,...,......, n.t a al6eu..
2-Bedroom CBS apt. Stove
Everyone is invited to attend for every dance student Call or have doctor 1Dc

services ail day at Mt. Zion. Fine Arts ConservatoryCarver and refrigerator. Hot and >ii. .1'"r rti 3.9903 .

Mr Evelena Cleen .Li chairman YMCA cold water. Residential
Mrs. Rita McCloud co-: area. Call NE 43933. for FREE prescription delivery servicenI&MlAfdl
chairman. Rev. C. J. JraJr.W'1 Come Saturday mornings
pastor. Indl

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1833 Episcopal. 'Tabor
N.W. Mfe 8L Dined All officers and members of I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1960 PAGE 11
father E. S. Clark Jr, vicar We the women of ML Tabor the Junior and senior usher
The services at the chord Baptist Church were given an board senior asociauon are urged -
Live been chanced. to the follow I enjoyable dinner on last Sunday to be present at our monthly EBENEZER METHODISTRev. them and all wisher who

tag scbedul.: evening. pr.gr am, bunoay, Oct 23, 3 pm. helped to make this Men's Day
SUNDAY This dinner was. given on behalf The program w ui be aponaoroi Aaron D. Stall Pastor a successful 000.
School of the Virgins and all the between St. Luke Junior and Mt. Sunday School MMMMMM .-..30loIorD.1q
lurch -" women for their wonderful Tabor seniors. The wul
work program worship 11:00
ream lUgh Mast 10:4 .
pr EYC meeting 5 In their Woman's Day drive. be.Gred at Mt. Tabor Bap- Evening worship .,...,.".."", 7.00
pun.ISr Who said the men couldn't beclassical tist en, 66th sL and 17 ih
_______ 6.
EYC meeting 00
and Bene- ? Well get a load of this. ave.. .,tv. Brown, pastor. Conference Committee Reporting SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
lemn Evensong There was a beautifully decorated Dea. David Hudson Pies Sunday, Oct. 16 was Layman'sday
diction of the Blessed table of the nutritious and Miss Dorothy Major, reporterMT. in the Methodist' Church and COLORED
... 7:30
Sacrament p.m. the of
Laymen Ebenezer had
colorful hors d'euvrea, odd email I PSYCHIC READER
TUESDAY pastry shells centered off witha HLKMOft A. M. L.Her. charge .( the services James
lovely Martin, chairman of the Trustee
Acolyte bouquet of mixed color-
St gamut: Uaj. ., iwi Board
** was master of ceremonies.
rehearsal 5:00 ed roses and fern. ATf
Their auuua, acnuul. ..... ratouting ; Archie Offord gave the. interpretation SEEMNL
|Vestry meeting ?...", 8 p.m. menu c n &ted of a delicious
baked ham aided with a c.nUiJ. ....."....., Isw of the Layman's duties and
WEDNESDAYJLw chicken salad on lettuce, stuffed Evening WOnAlp "...."....., 1tNrhiouctty E. V. Kemp was principal speak
Mass "._......"."... 6:30 am. celery, sliced tomatoes and homemade Luul U" er. The pastor was the evening 1
[Evensong. 8 pjn. roll and I The speakers put the Laymen
topped off with
The people came and filled Ute speaker.in .
1 Meeting of the Guild of our Lady refreshing lemonade.
church to capacity on la.ISUn- their rightful place in the organization I
guild) immediately 101lawiQI. -
altar This was all set off with
day morning because the ladies and per atlon of the
desert vf delicious cakes and, of Mt. iierm-n had ecnt out a church and left them -with a I

FRIDAY sherberL call saying that they needed feeling of Important belonging.We I
St Cecelia's rehearsal 8:30 p.m. We were served this by the he4 to whip the men, who had with to remind you of the
UJA Mass en all Holy Day at men in their white shirts and already had their day. rapidly approaching vesiion of Let her year of ..s>eHe.ee f..M.

6:30 ajn. and on Feast Day 6:00 dark trousers, attired with white the annual c nference to be heldat and prefect sea tfcrevffcewt life
: dinner jacket and back bow ties The morning veaker, Mrs. C. Cbcnezer Nov. 9-13 w I t h M llhtlkeiiee glide MM eft lee ta
un. Again we express our most tVarsali, was tup in her delivery Bishop Marquis LaFayette Harris a ...""%. Pie ...... la vvafBefli
enjoyable dinner given us by the on Uw "subject, This Virtuus prnriding. Rev. Frank C and lev
bALTEK'6 CHAPEL parlor, chairman of this affairs Woman. Tae evening csaiun Cambridge, host district superintendent CONIULT HIW-
Hev li J. Benson pasterKUIA and aU the men of the cburch.Mrs. was equally sparked with a pan- and Rev. A. D. Hall, DONT STAY IN THE HUT. can
Fwvggs. reporter Odessa James chairman I vi diMOUMon. by a grvup of Mt.htermun'a host pastor OUT NOW. BY THE MIL OP
Sunday befoul ... 9Ji: Mrs. Sylvia Butler ladiea. Keep in touch so as not to miss ODD SHE CAN MILS YOU.

Morning worsrnp _______ _liuu co-chairman U the Virgins I The flnjnciat J.1de.,.as also the great Bethune Co.. kman Col- .... I
ACL: League ....._...... S3Q gnat. The amount: More than "feie Choir It will sing fer us 0"," h wrwS

vrnmg worship _________ 7:00n ST. JAMLS A. M. E. 'ltiOO. We ju.t want to thank all one evening.Mt. ....... S tua.

extended wuo were so nice. There. 6 .... MT
\ : invitation U by Rev. IL
Medial Harris
general chairman, Mrs. Nel- Sunday School pastor fc3f 1'kee do not f.rl'0 ",'oraip Olive Men ....
0ar and her co-worker.' Miss at me biggest uttie church
Mrs. Sadie r. Observe Day
m iwun You are welcome.Vuit S.adayl
.:a Alexander, )Ir. Dora Sees.lu Cvenmg
to all many friend and Morning Worship Worship -_ .itM TM rue tick and shut-ins. The men Church.of the South ML Miami OliveBaptist 10 .... I .....

at large to come' out
.v Sunday, Oct. 23 and help The officers and members of 5f.>> LUKb IJAtIT teerved their 6th annual Men's DAILY

.' 1. celebrate their tWo- SL James Church are working to Rev. P. W. Williams Day October 16. READING
pastorSusie the service Nelson l.
For morning
n a Dar make? the coming' Woman's Day
K. Whitehead reporter L. Adam brought to us a
i I..t morning speaker will be observance a grand success under Sunday School ...._._... ... 9:1 very Umpiring message from the '1.00 UPn

s -. Mary Davis. There will be Mesdames Ute eatable.Lugurta leadership ColsUn and of Morning. Service ...".."..-. 11:00 thftM. ")ten of Today In The Year. ..,....... .
r oram at 3 pm. Presiding BTU __ 43 Church and Community. A pat-
t : J. A. Roberts ended his CA'O Moore. Evening Worship ............... 7:04 tern for men' of turn'The MADAMHUNTER
.?:-' and last quarterly conferi Sunday the youth choir will a-i< HfKT response to this mef IM fc
render the muse. 11 am. andushers' The general.chairman .
which gratifying
i the year was very was moat
.. board No. 1, choral group Mrs the
v :stul The palM will soon For the evening' ervicr.
k .ug to the annual confer- ail rider tu musical i viecUcns. .. Annie Bell Sul- .,e.krt, was the Rev R MCOCJaclu. 1657 N.W. 73rd Si
We are hoping for his re- Ivan, is asking a who brought a JlUUJ! stirring MIAMI FLA.Oenl .
Sermon a.j women toplease ,
by the minister sub message which was enjoyed
J feet -Undivided Devotion to The cooycraU The member> of the church wrtte..Call le Ira
.:. Ciha Deal and her Junior Lord." with her in order and atria pastor wish to thank
were at their beL They The pastor, members and that we may e.c9 oe' who worshipped .nUl
red service the entire day. friend. will heave from Ue have, a succeufutWoinan's

me and wonhib with us. church at 5:30 pm for homestead -
> 4 re always weleoene.FRILNDSh1P to reader the evening service Day fit gram
at the AME Church in a which will b* GOD WORKS INMYSTERIOUS

: BAPTIST return visit It is h mecuming """- day with tile Homestead church Oct 23.
: ere: have been rumors that Tne general public is invited' to VIRRICK WAYS
officers of the Friendship worship with the friendly church
Mrs L. >E Thorn* will be our
of 0 Church have misused $8,- to homestead 5 pjn.
b6b 66 t the church's funds. norning speaker. and Mrs. E1Ubvth EDITOR CONVINCED OF
Virrick *..1 be the even-
n.t: have been led' to believtevu MT. CALVARY UAtTIM
report. The otlictn.j ng sxker! We are inviting you ABILITY OF GREAT MYSTICBy
.' 'ia.ly to curate and partake
Rev. E. M. P
a g this: to be false, have Id The CatUfi Obe.rv.r
whatsoever Phyllis Myers, reporterSunday nth III, the tfcrroe for the pro- WALTER C. ROBINSON. lt r 0a
Women Wn
School ......_.__ 9:43: ,..am. "Cod Wants
the actl they odered
'n.ng n The Have ever w
Morning" service _._.._.._.... 11:00 ire Not Afraid to Challenge you wno Ui

true the officers n.oO-1 BTU ..'........... ........_.._.._.._. 330: .rnpo6foib1e.- those very be gifted rare persons and inspired I
: tu buy scene property Evening service .........__._._._ 7:04' seem through to the p wer of God to
,' but it was -n condition I Sunday morning Rev. E T NhW HOPE BAPTIST foreee the future aDd able0

*e could build a church Thomas, a vuuting minister- de- Hrv James C. Brown pastor work miracie. here on this eart-; t- I
H.66666 was drawn from; Uvered a w aderful sad UMpiring Uro. Vandeil Mora rnrx When I think of one man I have.
v jrcfe'.a account and place mecaase wteeii ws The Sunday School 9JOM m mind I do not thank that pro.
'.. trust account with the Need to Tech The New T..*.- or mag Worship .._._ 1100 l phecy and the, 4ffw* auce of I ti
," > attorney We were ad- nfttnt Be.iev- fire<< Old Te.taTCBt. Evening Worship *.-...._.. '7:00 miracle ended with" the IUbie
by the attorney that he ." elL I
''t cwt dose the deal until Our sick and abut-;.. are SUL GRACE PRESBYTERIAN faith aAd the tower
"vcetved a letter from the >'Ve. Su Baker. Su BTOWR Sis Through according cu
of Cud tUi4 man -
Commiscicn that we could W.l>on. St.-. DerreA. Si*. Kemp Rev William F Savojr. pastor sut uou has watered !
their own
: cHuroh there. We recctv.etu and Ste Sh H.ct4d We are" pray 14th Ave. and 69ta Street Ktog of
... 'r stating the require- lag far all of you to have a Sunday School ........-........... P.35 3414 MleWgan the sight Ave.Mary. 1inL. Mich,
nd tt was subject to the sptidv<< recovery.ZION Morning Service -..-_ 11:01 and CIne Corbm of 113 I::. 22ndSL
n. of the traffic division.. Weatminstrr FeUowship ...... 6:Ot CbatuooMga. Team. when
traffic: division wouldn't FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa they were totally blind.
-uch I letter and taking the 1710 S W. 69th St. This man halt h.4M1 U. usands
:tv's advice we canceled the Rev Paul Fn'C.--man. 1aMor Opa who have cume to him from DOC R. C. ANDERSON
October 9, 1960, the attor- Sunday School .. .... 9:3t1MR ev.' W J. )Macon pastor near and far with every cooc -
gave the officers a check rning tsh.p ...... .... 11:00 Sara E. McRae, secretary 4v. Ue problem Word of mcuthha. cy of the way his numbers have
.... .. '7.-00 this fallen are the result of his
worship of
-1 .Q the name of the church E\en.ng spread unto i prate
..f amount stated above. The women will obfrerye their MT. TABOR BAPTIST unusual and remarkable man. photographic mind.
second Woman's Day program. l'e cane to bun with lad n His famous prediction of future -
t eeiai 1 meeting was held at < ndU'. Ort 23 T'tKofRe.: "Walk- Rev. E. P. Brown pastor hearts, d ub'aad fears and events' have becnI great
:urch Oct. 9, I960 at 8 pjn.i ing With Cod THe speaker tort i Sunday befoul ........___.._ S:*" leave filled with Joy and hope, that thoor were mt'flUoo..the
is check was presented c' morning was be Mrs. Beatrice Morning worship ... ..__ 11:00I of mind and renewed 'Meet The I'ro.a- program of
.__.,... 730 with peace Sept. 30, 19S4. It U unbelievable:
1 The officers have not de- Wald a. a U eher at Palm < Evening worship faith in themselves, and their
:..<* themsHve They know View Elementary School of West! future. her be can tell you your past
!ruin would stand. This is !*an BeAch Bv roaung speaker -- present and future, and your
try and convince' anyone will be Mrs C B Miller of Miami I MIAMI TIMES ADS Erring hu&ands. and wives secrets W) accurately and true -
ve what you want. to. We The public is invited tofirer have bwn brought bade home without you saying a word. This
mat some people want to there wonderful; : speakers. by the strange power possessed wonderful man showed me a
the truth and that there is D.nnera ",oil! be served free.Si I DON'T COST THEY PAY by tbis man. Aheaft was drawer full of unsolicited letters
<' doubt in -moon*** mto4. Katie Simon chairman brought back fern far off Canada from grateful pec pie who wrote
through hit strange and myltA.wu. from the hart testifying to their
IS 16 TIlE PROOF Sis Mane Frwroan.cochairman CALL OX
S. gifts. I know of a man peace of mind, happiness and
Ruby Carr reporter
considerable financial success. Mu.t of the
-- who had gone to
Rt"W." E. Sims pastor
... expense UaveJiiQg far and wideto letters concluded with. wishes ofGod's ;
--- ---
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get help in bringing hi. wife blessings for Doc Anderson.

O h.J2 luLs? So back His. efforts acre fruitless. Ills power is no coincidence
: MlamL florin In despair' he cam to Due Anderson or accidental freak became it
wiK gut him results ;none hat been proven time and time
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF MIAMI 30711 day I am amused when I again. U&beHcvable but true.
S THE think of the man who came to How he doe it .to hU sucreLX

R Due Anderson to And the wbere- could go on fr>r hours writing
I It I. abuts. of his unfaithful wife about the remarkable achievements
iI Rarronut utmxut tic / ,, t. 1/.1'Jt/: L__-_ /f17.t.L> /- -/7$1-U__Z_ Due: told; nun exactly where lo and the mystery of hisgtft

I.: // i C ftnd her. and was M surprised! d power, but perhaps you

jJ -' J_ .J ( y**1) DOLLAR This remarkable man-through would like to sec for yourself so
_I yz&frJ. ,, his cxtrm-svosofr perception I am giving yvu his came and it
: l. POJUOUL TWIT ACCOCVTJft which dates back to his boybyxxl. addre**-DOC IL C. ANDERSON. -
has pointed' the Anger at stolen 302 W. Gordon Aw, ROM.
'i and hidden mom IISOOaod yule Ga. or you may phone him p
l : ; Jp J told where it could be at CAnal 2-9719. I understand he
found after everybody' eke had i* available seven days a week-
.y. i.iiT Md AdvTHE .
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THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAM I IN MEMORIAMIn 58th Hospital' sU died She Oct.was 18 a In native Jackson ol

clear I memory of our beloved Savannah. Ga. and lived in !tUrn *
In loving memory of cw huba-. fu .:cr and brother. for four years She is survived

mother I Iu ___._ __ a by her husband Charliee. Arrangements -
___ ___ 1P%, w+ incomplete.


65th It. died Oct. 19 in Community -
altts.- etwlole- H spital. He was born in
Chato County, Ala and lived In
OF THANKf IN MEMORIAMIn .. Miami for five years. The body

will be sent to Waynesboro,
We the fmIy of the late.
sad but 1 vinj memory' of Mal for final rites. Friends may
JOHN BOLDEN our dear husband, father and call at the chapel noon Oct 21.

wfc. died October 1. and w a Brother, The b dy will lie in r .ose untJ
UM to rest October 8. J 968, takw JAMES WELLINGTON 8 pm. Saturday evening He is
title method of expressing thaw GIBSON '1 survived by his wife. Earlie Mae
and appreciation to the many *ho departed this life Sept. 7. two sons and two daughters
friends' wh were so kind durin. 1959.May .. :t and his mother.
Its hours of bereavement his soul rest to feace.
Thanks for jour cards, letters Mrs Eva Gibson wife Robert Massey of G824 NW
7th court died Oct. 19 at hUresidence. :
flowers telegrams, cars ant And Family fr-
I : He retired furniture -
all other kind gesture of sym was a
c : dealer and had lived in
pathy.. Again. thanks to everyone -
fw everything.The IN MEMORIAMIn M.anu for five months. The
Family body will be sent t New York
I cur final: rite-. Friends may call
sad but 1 loving memory of
t at the from 1 Oct.
chapel pjn.
our mother end grandmother
IN MEMORIAMIn i3 until 8 ajn. Oct 24. He is survived -
t S by his wife Laura
1 $ad but lov. .1 memory of ---
I the late MELIA LATCH JAM ..S P.3f" DEVEAUX Mrs. Jessie Mae Home of

1 wh, MRS departed this life Oct. 18, 0\ his departed th.i life Oct bet 2245 Rutland SU Opa Locka died
1957. 23, 1W5. Oct. 14 in Jackson Hospital. She
t flay he test m peace and may came to Miami 24 years a g o
T.: too e who have a 1ftO Mor. kindness forever be
t while sfre's lernai fr:en Quitman. Ga. and was a
Treat her kindly,
C present. member of M t. Tabor Baptist
) here; air: >. Hazel DeVeaux. wife Church. Services were held in
For y u'il never knew hr vaHaeTU Aibvn.ne, Sandra.
M.Iorvd: Mt Tabor Wednesday at 2 pm
't .
see her vacant eftair.Sleep
Yi you ..amt' and Ann Louise. Rev P. S. Br n n, officiated.
; on. dear mother.
N (J.lu.httra.: Burial was in Lincoln. She is.
L GLne.< but not forotto MtUIUC Ot.\"caux. motMu it'
rar survived by her husband, Fred
Walter Rkhoiond riotBurncll Mi.dred DeVeaux.DEATHS, atsi'. i If.n. Junior eight sisters three
Blatch. son
frV frA Ant inette and brothers.

Geneva Blatch' ttMers
Burnett Harcord
X' j-nell Lofton daughter
\ \ TI.cnber of the class of *52 of
Gaynell Blaich. Dcttt.-i.-law
r Dor vy High School, was the vic
I gratKkhildrva:
C 4 tim of a train accident Oct 16 In

C.' I Xenia Ohio. He was the son cf
MEMORIAM 1 .u ace Mr Edna Seymour Mr and Mrs Harcord Bullard of

I LJ. .*..1lS died ather home onIuiuay. 7328 NW 17th ct. lie received his
I In I: mcTi r c-7 ... r asband.i OCt U. She was a na- B. S. degree in business administration
eels I I (.:!.Vr and br.thcr. v. m M.anu and lived here from Central State Col

J i 10., ..... urn of nee death. 1U- lege. Funeral cervices were held
j : '. --- --- t....LM.-_ MB offered in St. :n St James Baptist Church
I KATIE CRAWFORDwho t rua-.N: wavier Homan Catholic Thursday Burial was in LIncoln
Ji- dttarted this ute n Oct v .... .. on Oc 17 at 9.W ajn. Cctnetifry. lie ts. survivedby
y- 17 1957 :c_.. >&&J\\' ,* by a daughter, his parents, ten sisters and

MR BUOSKER BRISBON The Fam.ly.J a on. lamer, slater. tw, broth- I four brothers.
who departed this. life Oct',br .ad a nat o t relative and I
18. I9W.>> ., >t A Ait' t> IB J\*u* to work Infant B y Bryant on of Mr.
Gone but not forgotten. IN MEMORIAMIn c God.Francis. and Mrs. LeoUs Bryant of 6427
NW 13th n.'A'"s :tell born in
Your than always be
Jackson Oct. 12 GraveWe
i, kept alive in our heart May sad but loving nwmory of were conducted on Oct.cervices 18-
ret in dear and br ther.
you peace. our con 9, in Lincoln.
I Mrs. Ruth IlriMxm. wife ... "c e Wuie K. Jaekwm uf 1434 NW Matter Joseph Jacison son t
Labt sktrr C. Dt.bon.dau 4ave.: .. tans Oct. 12 at the Mr and Mrs. Joseph Jackson Sr
th t t'1' r1I bou n r'tortda State UplUl in of 1060 NW Mad st apt 32,
1 And Family i.;j..wood. The body was ship- died Oct 13 in Jackson IfeviUl.
I fKO 'U TiftoB. Ga. on Oct. 14 her Services were held in the chapel
t IN MEMORIAM II baa. r.ic. Surviv rs include his last Monday at 2 p.m. Burial in
r I .....iiMii.. llatu Jackson of Lincoln.
In Fad but -v.ng. memory cf A Jj.. u. two brulner Charlie oJ
LI our wYCd t one, A. *.)., li.. and Dtmey wf Belie CARD OF THANKS
I tn.aUUMW.. WWT. Mr... Cor.ne
Bryant of TiLt a; Mr*. Bethel The family of the late Mrs
ttdI.) M Wrest I'alm B aca; Mrs.Hrvwn. SavaLta M Stirrup wish to
Emote Mu.mU; niece, Mrs thank its many friends for the

t'w. ,...... Juhas4m of Miami. numer; tn gesture of kindness
rendered there m their bereave-
ntnTrt L't1. \iJU'RYwno lW'ac Sta.\a of 13ww NW 5th pi. meat Much consolation has been
rt -p.rtci ,.. ,.fe. October dAd Oct. IS in JacJuon Memo ..alR\'d by your kind deeds.

21, I9M. ruii h fNl.l. S rvMM will be May God abundantly Weiss you
4.t 4. May the soul of the fattalttl need CX.l. ;42 1 p.m. at the chapel always.
dt'pilrwd.hr'ugh the mwrey efG with H-v. Aaron U. Hal, pastorof Th Family
.. --d rest in pt+ce. ClM.iwavr. MiAwdwt Church.uMicJitiiit. .

\ The Family Survey M: a sister
Who A4 erUia Kamm. a JOIN THE NAACP!

IN MEMORIAMIn oau.hu-r. Mrs. FiliiaUrta Hula; aMr.
earn-.ze-I.ew, May Rosa. niter.
.. Irene Fair Mi*. Irene
sad but oft
loving memory Owner's Special this week
.. I he late, Beverly.Range

HERBERT BL October I Free Nassaufor
-r.D departed this! tie trip
:u, 1957, I 2
Gene but not forgotten May I II J home Lie JoktAwn: 8-f 1410
t:? rest tn peace. I N'W 7J. at., dw Oct. 17 io LOVELY HOME
Mr Emma latch, mother Jack.-,,n Hu tMUl. Mr. Johnson

Miss Patricia Blotch a.. native. of Sparta Ga, and $495 DOWN
daughter 4I ..Hi t lived in Missed since
John Blotch br ,ther .935 lieurvived by his FullFurnished

j RUTH LOUISE ADDERLY Mrs M.ldred GilUam, ester .i .a. ld..i Louse and a SOB, See
STUARTwho .1.1; ... Jr Arra&gccaeats are Sunday 2.5
'4"I ..Ico' 3111 N.W. 59th St.
b patvd a*ay October %1.1 "

TB "1958.k arth. to earth and dust to dust) I FOR RENTIN I Mi- Eitetle. n of 3069 NW

Chuiday. Calmly n -w the ""oreise say;
ser,.. Left behind we wait in trust PERRINE
For the resurrection day." ,
'm t if mm -sf -
tr u The FamilyFURNISHED p THOUGHT 4.
an it F .t

at & a tART '"' FOIt ,
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will'Wro OME.1BUILfIlNWOVEN y _
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Hot and cold water 10372 SW 173rd St. VR MOSS Montague
andy who derartca lU: '.a October
Metrearalf $8.50 $10.50 $12.50 PERRINE ::. 1957 A. we take a close look at the world about ua and consider the

Gone b.t not f IrgC>!'en Ma> actions and attitude of Mint of Its citizens, ** are 'inclined to
Miaxa week he rest .n acaaJ
per l.gnt per- the belief that civility is a sometime elusive. quality. Actuallyas
rings i tual I Mime up a htm
654 N.W. 13th St. .'IV --" Ramoaa MOd, wife. pointed out civility cost nothing' ; an attribute which In this

EYe Cal1D&HConstruction Aad Chikkva day of fattened costae should 'In itself, give it a singularly
servitChIQ Mr.. E. Taylor linnet' Arthur Cecil Earl cherished attraction.
ADd a Hu t wf F+cntir
1atI1man. Co.
- This Is another thought but the bereaved can take comfort In

"Fashionetta"November MIAMI TIMES ADS the complete and understanding ervlc_ available at HOUSE

pastor HI 8.1119 OF ALBERT M42 N.W. 15th Avs.-"The Light that Plevc'

4, I960 DON'T COST THEY PAY Falls.. Phone OX 1.7611.

Bayfront Park Auditorium I CALL OX 1-0421 TODAY

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Ml*. EMs WUttams of 240 NW
11th t. apt. IS.eRtrvtalned a I ,
njmber t friends Friday night at
a her home in boner of her birthday -
t Miss Williams proved to bea Cox KindergartenVisits SPINSTER
verv intere ccaaion." Card pacing, sinKlnc. CELEBRATES -
d .ncin., test and fun making, ZooThe
a.i i climaxed with: a course of de- 116TH BIRTHDAYNew
hciojs freshntent were the y ungitrrs of Cox Kinder
prnripcl? 1 features of the evening. fart en had a great time" at the Bern, NC (ANP) -
Among those; prevent were Mrs. roo lt week. This was one of Miss Chsnie Jones celebrated her
Ernestine Stephens. Mrs. Catherine the biggest times of their lives. 116th birthday last Sunday at a
Dasher. M Barnes and Mellie Robinson; Ben and are still talkng about it baton Rest Heme here. Friends
iTNOT WORKING It :yon FOR RENT LwiNathan Smith. Robert and relative were on hand to
live in Liberty City or Browns- M tehe'l. Bobby T mlln, M. Kelly These kids haw many more make the observance a gala af-
yUle area, we will repair on APARTMENT 2 bedroom.! 6t60 and Ei':oit J Piete and Mr. and enjoyable event in the near future -
credit Pay weekly. Free estlmstes. NW 15th ave $66 per month' OX Mrs James Jackson. Their next occasion will be fair.Miss, Jones, who has never
All work guaranteed. Call 1-5247. at the Hallowe'en party which been married, was born in Jones
OX 19937. will be at the sch ol from 3 to S County cn Oct. 2, 1844
ROOM (In private home. 1444 NW I p.m. They are having real live Her chief occupation has been
71st St. OX 1-6373. 030 Looking for a PAD? shelton ponies to ride. I am sure farm work.
Reupholstering thy they can't wait for. Well She has maintained membership
Reupholstering work all kinds BEAUTIFUL room in private Slick Chicks or Big Dad kiddtes. be seeing you at the par in St Paul Baptist Ctwreh
of furniture recovered reasonable.Ph home Homelike afenospfcf; ty. at Brier's Creek for more titan
ne FR 4-1852. W. Barren. We 1826 NW 5th St. Phone NE No Squares Mrs. Doris Starling reporter I 90 yesrs.
pick up and deliver. 32740. She reports that she did her
......."... .. I I I .."."."..,,,.., last farm work only four
LOST LOVELY HOUSE for"ri i.it.ii;: CATS, but positively yearsago.
2 or 3 adults $16 per week a* NO BRATS CHIROPRACTIC"HEALTH
On Monday morning between will sell like rent. $440 dewn. SERVICE
9 and 10 o'clock at Pier 3, P. O. NE 5-5566. 0 Recital SundayThe
Far The Entire
dock a fishing rod andipinner. FamilyDR. Melrose Scia) Savings
Finder please leave at Miami NICE ROOM in private he. We'll deal with a wheel ARTHUR E. 8WEN8ON Club invites you to attend a
Tims office. 1112 NW 3rd ave. Kitchen privilege 2126 XW Chiropractic Physician Musk-al Recital' featuring The
or 6740 NW 15th are and receive 63rd St Harris. Bring Bread tSOS N.W. 7th AVE. Lone Children. Sunday Oct 23.
1'1.'W&rd.Nursery' 4 pjn.. ieoo NW 24th ave.
ONE BEDROOM: CotUg. Complf'tel 4190 N.W. 32nd Ave. PL 9-3761
turn....... Good
Child Care surroundings NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
$14.56 per week. I..." ,.... I III
rETBHSONTS Nurwry School Apply at 19i4 NW Wlh St NE 1371 NW 68th Tory
and Kindergarten: is still having 38913.FURNtSlfED. Rev. Ernest Williams pastorJ
registration Call NE 3-4381 for R. Brown, reporter
information. l-bc4fo Sunday School ..... fjflMurninf
apartment A visit to the and elaborate newly -1.L:
12M NW 56tfc St. very sumptuous worship ....,..-..,-,,, 11:00:
WILL TAKE CARE of Children appointed BTU ..- 8:JO
at home Pick up and deliver. LARGE HOMES on NW Slat S? Evening worship ........__ 7oo
12199 NW SflVh St. PL 73323. Must be seen. NE 51M4.UNFURN1SHBO .
ten. Hot luaeh. Children from 6 APT. and furnished
months to 3 years S4.50 per 174 NW HUt St. I Rev M. J. Fayaon, pastor
week Call NE 4-3759. 2273 NW OV 1-5820 S. A. Chwy. will convince you, that It i is the one place in all Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter'
58th St. N19 Sunday School: ,---r-? 31
2'BEDROOM CBS hums. Near Dade County, one can truly relax in quiet comfort Morning Service .,, 11.o
DAY CARE for mall children Grand-Way and school. EJeeirc: Evening Service 7:01
Ages from 2 months to 3 years. kitchen reasonable 1278 NW and luxury.
Nice dean home 798 NW 70th Mth StNEAT
St PL 78692. 719 N.W. 62nd Street
ROOM 1424 NW 5th St Sensational

WANTEDHELP Phone OX 16786. (I 1"11'" I ..... I T

WOMAN: for full WANTED time Job. Prefer Job Opportunities MARDI

!Home economics back round Dtpartmtnt of Prmetl and Dance School Opens
Sartre JMIbIkrt'laUoru experience. Publicity. Ortatvr Miami UrbarLaewt.
TVvirabJe are 33 to 40. Write to 1M NW Flat 81. H. Registration Saturday 10 o'clock
P O Box 879. Miami GRASDANCE
Beach Fla. Allen Whsatlty Jr. vocations
services secretary. Pft.... FR DON STRACHAN
STORE MANAGER. J.la\e. In. '..471.
formation NE 3-6233. STUDIO OF DANCE
Police InspectorFireman

ntdc ALL 1873 AROUND NW 62nd man St for Ask apt.for Ace unt Clerk 7168 N.W. 16th AVENUE FLOOR SHOW

Mr. Green. Life Guard (Turner's Kindergarten)
Clerk TypistAutomotive
FOR RENT Bodymsn Children classes 3 years and up THURS. OCT. 27
I Heavy Equipment. Mac Classes in all types of dance ,
t-BEDROOM APT from $14. 2- I Youth Hall Officer (male or female
bedr om from $16. Free water ) Negro Ballet Afro-Cuban':' Social Modern-Tap-Jax* 10 p.m.
stove refrigerator and furniture Police Officer
Minaret on premises 844 NW Carpenter Give your child an opprtunity to create rhythm
70th StROOMS. Custodial W rk ...tntllf poise, grace and charm. Ask about our family plan

MathematicalTechnician C..trr WE HAVE PICK UP SERVICE
Fur nk4 ed. 1833 NW :
4th ave. Call OX 1-3896 for in.
formation. lad!. Help WantedBar Call NE 5-6228

MAE'S GUEST HOUSE. 2170 maids $40 plus tips

Was&ncton. Ave., Opa Lock. Waitresses $3.00 per night

alnlto furnt-hed; $10 d'vble.weekly rooms $850 O22 plus tips ABC Mortgage Co. _
6 nights week from StarringTONY"

LOVELY HOUSE with two bed- 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. I
rooms. Florida room, plus carport No experience necessary 703 Seybold Building FR 1.1493
With beautiful landscapinr
In the heart of Edison Center It Nice Personalities First and Second Mortgages Direct from New York
is an ideal place for quiet! and ROYAL BAHAMA CLUB

writ NW ruble Mth street living Adults See it at only.789 Open at 3 p.m. Home Improvement Loans Small Monthly PaymentsNo ESTHER SUTTON

:Must be experienced in taking 519 Pembroke Road Inspection Fee

Call WA 2.9398 c.,...,.,.e all your dttu Inta an* .*ay paid! m.rtg flPh .
If looking for a nice place. reasonable ... .nt FR t-W!-Our r.pr.Mntatlva will tall an you
call OX 11428. O22OJC3EDROQM l1--rr. 7--- iVl"f'
Immtdlattly "Down Beat" SHORTY

house, furnlN. .,,- FOR RENT
Free C.Nlurtation Regarding Your Mortgsfl Planning
CaH NE 5.1930.FOR .


BEAUTY SHOP in good location Finest Building presenting
with good business! Call NE Once in a Lifetime
4-4MS Mrs. Flowers 5-* p.m.r ADULTS ONLY I 7 Fast-stepping( charming
< 68 am.COLORED.

$74.0 MONTH 5815 N.W. 12th Ave.SEE I LOVELY HOME Chorus girlsAdmissions

Nice 2-bedroom furnished' home CARETAKER APT. NO 7 I -
Only $7.990 Total
Low down payment Liberty Furnished
City. Move right in. Fully
ROBERT REALTY Adv. $1.00 Door $1.25
9813 NW 27th Ave. Roa Mae Green's
OX 6-1441 $495 DownNO Advance tickets on sale at

Beauty Shopspecializing Mary Elizabeth Hotel desk
NICE Sofa bed drapery, end CLOSING COSTS NO EXTRAS
table and rug PL 4-90M. tn hair **7nf
Curling *".*..* W''"* MOVE RIGHT IN' For table reservations
2-nm>ROOMS CBS. Priced far Pin CurliiMt FW..a1i. I

auk sale. Lay down .rmeca. .lIaJrrvriAC Pt-dcursa.: 3111 N.W. 59th Street FR 4-8105
Open 1 to 5 pjn. 11923 NW I
214tb St. Call PL 4-7479 or NE OTEKATOMI: Ask for "Heads"You
3-4270. Mashie ..( 4< OX J-141 Open Sunday 2-6 p.m.
Clause Catswfay ** 4.*..\ miss it
can't afford to
ONCE IN A lifetime offer. Grocery Call to .e tts for yow hair s.eda I NEWS REALTY HI 5-3589
aad SwaAry. Beer and Wine Boss Mae' G.*.*. maaaaer 1\\
trade. Very r dUB.We prin4.z. I I
1. 4'2 NW nth Ave. OX 1-9344. I III rw "' 4-F 1.11$ ,




THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA Your Miami Times Don Strachan Torch of FriendshipTo

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1960 i be DedicatedCity
On Sale Here Dance Studio

r r [-..... .... f'-4 r r .-.r l>--'I-.r ... rt-- workmen Monday completed
DOWNTOWN MMRamo > construction of Miami's
ReopensOne Torch of Friendship.

IN-AROUND THE IAHAMAS Grocery 362 NWth S.t choreographers The monument featuring aflame
4 leading -
Economy Drug 1101 NW Jrd av*. < our that will burn perpetuallyatop
In AfroCuban calypsoand
I Parka Sundries 11S4)'d An.Barkl. for an 18-foot keystone shaft-
---- By A. H. McKENZIE .,.'* 1201 NW Ird Av. registration modern Saturday dance ,reopens Oct. 22, at will. be dedicated at Its site inBayircnt
i Service Drug iMf N' are Av. ;:: Park at '7 p.m. Oct. 26
10 at 7168 NW 18th ave.
Walk'Inn 1042 HW fnd Ave. as representatives of Latin
Turner's Kindergarten). Don
Rehabilitation of Out Islands sum of money Oct. 10. Harlem Drug 1400" f Srd Av. 3trachan students from American republics, and city and
devastated by Hurricane Donna Honey 1522 N' Srd Av. 3-93. Each range the children county officials take part In the
has been started by the Bahamas The Grand Bahama drive to Charles 340 NY A 16th Tr. ages have been taking year part In the ceremony'
government at an estmatcd cost collect money for tire Crippled Lenny'* 1700 N i Srd Ave.Arths Jabberwock. and successfully Symbolizing the friendshm of
of $560,000. The islands to be Children Fund terminated Wednesday M kt. 1700 W 4th Ct. annual the people of Miami with the
helped with building material night Oct. 12 at the Voodoo Jay' Drug 427 W 20th St. winning a prize. people of Latin America, representatives
and labor are Ragged Island Club, Free Port, and was a Stand '. Mkt. 1t( 4W 4th CtW Don Strachan a graduate of of civic organizations
Croaked Island Ackllns and huge succw The amount reported Myer'e 875 | 20th 8t the University f Portland Oregon as well as the general public have
Mayaguana. Supplies of lumber was $7,000 a record for Dixie j* 595 I W tam St. three-tlme first prize winner been invited by Miami Mayor
shingles. nails, etc. have been any Out Island community. Several Hillside 1842 I IPerson' I 6th Av. i choreographer for Teachers Robert King High to attend the
sent to the various areas to be prizes Mere given. Sydney 150 NW 5th (t.Eddl. on Parade a graduate of Mod torch lighting.F. .
distributed by the local commissioners. Rolle of Eight Mite Rock won .', Drug 801 4W 3rd Av*. ern Dance of the Halprin
Three-room house win first prize, a car. More than 800 Evan 6: NWSrdAv Cathro? School I Dance In San
be built f r those who lost their people from all ,vet the island Barkett 708 ,'W 2nd Av*. Franc*.oo. He has appeared in A. BURROWSExpert
homes in the storm. were present and a number of Barkett 600 V 2nd Av. the movie "Island in The Sun" .
others from Nassau. F. L T. 714 W 2nd Av. with Delafonte.
Charges of forgery uttering Alex: Sundries 7' / 2nd Av. At the present Don choreographs -
and fraud by false died suddenly Harlem Sweet Sh /208 10th St
pretences James Moncur, 68. and produces' a show for
were nied against George' Bernard on Oct. 12 at Green Tucker' Gro. 1 10 NW Itt Ct. Deauvilh Hotel, which opened Watch Repairing

Nichols in the Magistrate's Turtle Cay. Abaco. His body was Betty'. 1 :: NW 1st PI. May 1 of thla year and still Hours 9 to 2.4 to 9
Court on October 8. Nichols is taken to Nassau fOr burial the Carries* Oro. 1 I NW 17th It.PlOpl" packs them In. The show Is baled -
alleged to have forged a check f slowing day. Mr. Moncur Is '* Drug I NW 8th St as "Dan Strawn Calypso All work guaranteed

presumably survived by his wife a daughter : LIBERT ITY Dancers." For further Informa-
a son and other relatives. tion for y ur children dance
Robert and Bill Wratbrook o* Bethel' 6828 .W. 18th av*. classes call NE 5- 228. 818 N.W. 3rd Avenue
August 30, to have uttered it on James Ephraim Dean Is deaf; Smith' 170Newton' IW 18th Av.
S cK. 2, and by false pretences but he can sure tee things and 632 IW 18th Av7SO *.
to have obtained $2.408' from the take" UHTO October 11 he was
I 15th Av .
Community Drug /
Chase Manhattan Bank He is found guilty in the Supreme Balla C70C out on bail and the case will be Court of breaking into the office
Griffin' 15'W 15th Ave.Bannister's Ass'n 2 Bedroom Apartment
heM Nov.
on 8. of Bert 1.. Roberts and stealing
621 IW 15th Av.
2 Entrance ,
approximately $565 He was sent 2741 N.W. 49th St
Little Super Mt S20 17th Ave.Seymou" .
Robert S. Bethel 73, died at do three years In' prison. This Your Own Garden
Regular meeting and
11. NW 62nd StNW lit .
Harbor bland
on 29.
tenth conviction for such offence
were" conducted' by the and he way formally declared an Jackson' 60C 12th Ave. 3rd Monday nlfhts of each N. CrowdingNew
"". Canon Collingwo-d DrakV 2' I NW 62nd at.Matth.w. Paint Job
Cooper incorrigible' month. Membership drfw
rogue. '
at St John's Church. Dunmore 6t.e NW 15th Av*. Inald and Out ids
Town. Convenient .14 NW 22 Av. now on. All resident. of
On Sunday afternoon Oct. L
Mr. Bethel .y survived by his Wesley Hill extension mas dedicated Ph...'* Store 6t NW 17th Av*. Brownsville Invited to join I. Oppotlt New Christian Ho,ttal

. wife two daughters, one son, 13 with a large crowd In attendance Thomas 23 ,) NW 75th St Neal Adam, Pra. 3200 N.W. 47th St. NC 4-4141
crandchiMren. 15 Lerner 20 I NW 75th It.FNd.rlck' .
great-grand- .
children and two *Itrrs. Miss E. L. Taylor: The, B pastthe D., and Rn'l ,15' NW 62nd at. I W. C. Bawl 8cy Com out and lk-fltt free gift
Hattie B Bethel and Mrs. Alfred bers of the church were, paid 18th Ave Oro. 63 .NW. 18th Aw.
Gaiter c* Miami. I hlah tribute for the work by the Community She nine
many frU.nds 666 NW 16th Av.
J and J 1 lO NW 62nd St
Mrs Isabelle Dorothy Aranaa. Lincoln Fields 2 1 NW 62nd<< St ELLA MONCUR'S
82, widow of the late Witfcara I Scotty 7ICW 22nd Av*.
Norm n Aranha. surveyor I''Dtrll Legal NoticeNotice THEATRICAL BEAUTY SALONNOW
of Cram Lands in the Ba OPA t SKA
hamas, died at her home oc OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY
McCa: 111. a Magnolia Sundri 14570 22 Av.
30. ,
t1Not"nt.. former -ccupant of room 218 in' Mill."* 1511 IW 22nd Av.
six the Mary Elizabeth Hotel You
I i
grandchildren Fersythe. and a brother. Elgin are notified that the clothing you I i 2280 Bunch ark West D'. 2625 N.W. 55th Street
left in the room will be sold fir David Lawrence
NE 5282197
back of rent Oct 29 i
payment on
The ProtrejJive Liberal party 1960. 15M NW 20th Av.

hat launched a drive to earn A list of the clothing and merchandise I BROW "ILLE
pakn for the extension of theaJJe.t fallows: :

to worrvM' The first meeting Nine beets, 20 towels' 32 I 8pic and Span SOI NW27Av.
was held on Sept 36 and scsnres. 9 pillow cases two face Nears 48* <*W 27th Av*. BARRETT'S SHOE KLINIC
plans were" arm unced for thesending towels one table cloth three I Brwnvlll, Dry WJ4 27th Ave.

of i delegation} of women pair of pants, 8 coat (roan), 2 [ EI"o,..'. Sundrle 1320 27th Av, EXPERT SHOE REPAIRING
to the Colonial Office in sw eaten 1 bath robe. 1 wvl I Tracy' IOU.W S2nd Av*.
London to confer with the Secretary shirt, 4 pair of short pants 2mops. I17/ SOUTH MIAMI AVENUE
of State for the Colonies broom, 1
on the matter. b x oft kitchen utensils Icebox cf'blankets. Henry C. Davis, Owner
I'! : 1 electric! Iron.
Knight Brother Paper Co. of i Men and Women CartwrSfht Sweating Shoe Cleaner
1 i
Miami! has opened a dfetnbuting One belt 2 pillows 1 25 ft ,
branch In Naacau to be knowna rubber hose. 1 bag of dirty
the Carbbean Supply, Ltd. It clothe, 1 box of drapes I box Train for Civil
wIN be the headquarter for the of spreads: 1 b''x of throw rugs, Service
dktnbutkxi of the company'. I electric' toaster. 1 lady watch 1 Positions

product in the Caribbean basket of women's clothing, kitchen GRAMMAR SCHOOL
rile nacs 1 tray of knives, EDUCATIONIUFFICIENT
Junes Mactoy was retted on .I ,soon. forks 1 dresser' draw full Brown Brothers' Enterprises, Ltd.
f this dishes..
Oct. 1 and charged with using
of the Cinema Theatre lie .was Bible I dictionary. 1 fishing PHONE NUMBER Will help you solve your land problems In any area
fined $42 or three m'ntMIm- i roll. 1 scrap: book 1 box of picures. P.O. Box
frfoonznent. 1 extension cord complete I 4712 In Nassau Write to
I hoe shine kit dresser full of Miami 1, Florida Indf
rtilet articles I foot tub. S Brown Brothers' Ltd.P.
"I )Jiwt fired the gun to scare Enterprises, .
them from coming' on the farm bottle, of pay, 2 table lamps. 1
WttHam overnight! bag, 1 pair it shower
Cartwright told the

ed Ma guilty strate in to court carrying as he plead-a gun Uppers.Samuel Moncur, manager I Advertise! It Pays! O. Box 1004, Nassau, Bahamas

without 1 C'fNe. and shooting Robert I
Bowie in the leg at Rose island II
with a gun Cartwright Florida Normal I I grateful to the Danf:Tin Foundation
caretaker of the island for this third of
saw B'wkg grant
and 4 others land from a boat Gets $10,000 110.000 The grant will enable ..
jermlngjy' t pick up firewood. St Augustine The third i ISIOOOO i Je college to continue Its pro 4TH WEEKIn .

He thought they were going to matching grant has been I gram of advancement also help Miami V
steal. from his farm and fired received by Florida Normal and maintain Its role as a Christian .

and Industrial Ollege 1 from the I institution of higher leearn. Rev. Shepherd k
.tslin D-vU of Sandiland Dangorth Foundation of St Louis :0' Dr. Ituryear stated' during
Village was convicted on acharge Miss. This special announcement a recent chpel 1 program wherebe Boegaters .

of ars n by a Supreme was made by Dr. R. W. Puryear paid: special homage to the The Wonder Man of God r
Court Jury OH Oct. 10. After. a president of the college during avery public members" of the Baptist
strong pies for leniency by his recent c nference: session' constitucncey. tire alumni and Do you have a
attorney. A. D. Hanna. he was with members of his administrative fr.ends of the college whose continued problem?
sentenced' to one year imprison staff service and financial gifts

ment. The maximum penalty under "We of the Florida Normal made It possible for the college' Busln.** Bad MarrUg
the law is 20 Can't
years Falling theM.n *
and Industrial Memorial Family to receive a third grant with allbenefit !
Woman You Love
On July 18 Ashlm Davis and and community are extremely ] from this foundation.TV 6n Crossed Need I

Percy Davis. had a quarrel over a ---- -L-L -......-.. -_- -........ l' I L.1.......... ...; Money Everything G*. I n
broken gla.* at the Jungle Club Ing Wrong Health Bad i
Bar. After tbt"left the affair Can't Satisfy. Y u r
grow hter and Percy slapped Service CallsALL SJ.so Husband or Wife Want
AshUn who. wishing "Jutt to a New Horn or Car
frlfbten" his assailant threw a

bottle of kerosene on the roof of MAKES ALL MODELS Plus Par'. SEE ME TODAY
Percy'* hcue and set it on tire. -
Spectators extinguished: the Remember I .... not a for.
blaze. LARRY'S T.V. tune teller, rootman or ,
palm reader, I am not God, *
Mu&sria Sherman cf Polnciana WE BUY SELL AND TRADE fV SETS but a Cod sent mini! u'

Drive, a student at the Western It costs nothing to
Senior High School does not 1551 N.W. OX in and talk
or did not know how much 62nd Street 1.804Advertising come

money she won In the Jamaicasweepstakes. I ...... }
It may be $1,400 L '- L L "V. 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138
and it maybe 14000. She wa
reported to have won a Urge in The Miami Times Pays Off

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to be heard.: Newspapers are u
ARCHIE Ytk CORE has add. a mirror which U endowed with
od two n R FINDER! Q.X" Richard Haley and Genevieve ire a wonderful phenomenon
y.7: Hughes to Its staff announced SAYS: and a great matter."
Gordon R. Carey. CORE field He rent on to say "But 11
director. behoveth the writer thereof to
be sanatitled from the prejudltoof
BIRD ROAD, it *7th Ave, U I the weekend. She U planning to Richard dismissed Haley from 44. was the faculty recently -- I am neither a f 'rtune teller or egotism and desire, and to be
now four lanes. This road like I return to California toon. of Fl rids A and M Unlver- 4 prophet but I know that at this adorned with the ornament of
our Coral Reef drive, was once Jay where- he had taught for the very moment- you are reading a equity' and justice; they must In*
no m re than a patch of wood ...JF YOU haven't visited Papa past fire years.- Haley, who had uewspaper The newspaper Is avery quire Into matters as much alpo
lands. After Its full development. Tree T p and the Bill Roblttsort led the CORE group in lunch valuable Institution especially *-ib1e.} In order that they may
Coral Reef was a pretty fair show at Royal Bahamas C 1 bon counter sit-in demonstrations In educating people. Dr.George be informed of the real facts and
road. u W. Crane. noted column "
mm It the to writing.
I Pembroke Road in Hallan- was voted the "outstanding c same
However due isL has often stated' that the A free and honest
to continuous' dale you're missing a treat. teacher tf the "ear" Just one press H a
traffic here In Richmond Heights newrpaper' I* equal to a school educator and an Important
and the hurricane (and daddy !itSM .....-- -..,... week During before the he was summer fired. Haler for higher education. safeguard for freedom Also In

one In the heights) Cora! served on the daft of CORlTa The value of the newspaper ia this day of inflationary price It
Reef Drive has become nothing Broward r Interracial- Action Institute In MI. mentioned tn Baha'l Set Ioture.Daha'u'1Iah. ; Is thr"Ntftt- educational and
more than street.full of pot holes. ami' and with the Highlander Prophet-Founder of entertainment' bargain
Now we in the Heights haves County Folk Sch-ol. Previously he had the Bahal Faith stated' abcut 80
'. n this street patched up more taught music at Central State years- ago In this day the my. II
than 10 times. On one occasion News Celine:! In Ohio.Gf'nf"Vln. tales of this earth are unfolded MIAMI TIMES ADS
they blacked it off and came and visible before the eye, and
with a halt way job. up Hlghes M, ha. bf'f'ntlif'nlnr the pare of swiftly' appearing I DON'T COST THEY PAY
After the hurricane water 87 s as chairman of L". new-peepers are Indeed the
Woolworth Boye" mirror ofbe world they display .
stood on Ooral Reef Committee of ;
week The road for an entire: Water Saw.CWH Ncrw York CORE She has attended the doings and actions of I CALL OX 1.0421 TODAY
Trinity the different nations they- both i r
at It fain with rock College Newton ; I
College C"rnell Illustrate them' and them
tempting to fill the holes. How. Universty' and cause
ever th... pot holes art right! The Fire Department of.* Georgetown- University School of
back. I .wish West Hollywood Foreign Service. She received 1
r | someone' would"chedt "A.a hold (its hon
it out" and stop this! regular meeting Monday night, resided TS Misa Hughes recently' Edison Center Paint HeadquartersWE
a* a municipal!
waskdul Oct. 24 anapest
endingofl repairs and 8JO. at the Chamber f
give Richmond Heights what's Commerce: Building Walter at Dun and Bradstreet to Join ALSO CONTRACT
the CORE
needed. A tour lane road. *BUtcn.ecretary.A president. ; C K. Hardy' Ails, Hughes staff.. and Mr Haley PAINTING FOR ALL TYPES OF HOMES

will be assigned to assist local Llctnxd and I".d
TRUE THE Oran,. Blaea rwill i
Cluck is a 1ft:: nth and a half+m Silver Tea .. be fJven( at !I CORE groups and others" !n C.I., ,. Mixed Fr.. Fret CttlmatUn and C.n.ultatl.R'

away but aside from plans and tAe home of Chrfetie Palmer, carrying action out n nviolent.to dints Florid Paint Co., Inc. 628 NW 62nd St.
eampalrn end
rwervati another n being record made may no be tellng es- ,! U.MOO from SW 4 22nd to C It.pm Sunday.The publics Oct Florida. Mr and Haley Miss Is} now segreRation. In* Time payment plan available-Phone PL 9-3231
i Hughe In
tablished aside from the outstanding Invited.
out* ero Ohio.
floats, and other high
lights of last year's parade. UtMe G The Junkanoo's of Nassau won his Ant birthday Sunday afternoon "The Love of Christ"
first prize last year Look for Oct. 16 at the home of his By ROLLINGTON TAYLOR FRanklin 4-3269
theme and even- better- this com parents Mr and Mrs Willie Lee
ing claaste. lam hoping they- will of Hallandale.{ He- was accrn-" Jesus Christ Is the watchmanover DR. JAMES R. LINDSEY
not only mount a float but ren partied by his godmother.. Mrs. all the world. PODIATRIST
der a step or two from their fa Annie Clover. Many thanks to And the Master <4 all our time
moos Dozing Day and New everyone for nice gifts He constantly watches over all Foot and Leg Diaordera
YNr' Day celebrations when Ills children
FAMU stas s (its gala classic parade Bowe's Barber' Shops and Ideal For He ia their living Devlne. a.m. t. 1 ,.m. 4 ,."'. t. I p.m.
Dec. 10.SUNLIGHT. Barber' Shop in West H 4l)"'nod 712 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, Fla.
r Carver Ranches closed on Hell! gladly be your father and
SCHOOL at Beauty Sunday. mother, I I
Culture' 24th annual prom and Your sister and your brother.
Hair Style Revue Friday, Nov The following activities will besponsored too
II. and the crowning of Miss at New" Macedonia As lent at yu always believe In
Sunlight will climax the eventsof Baptist Church on Sunday Oct J pen YALES S. LUNIN CLINIC
the evening at the Harlem 30 at 11 a.m. New H:pe Baptist Hell always walk> with you.
Square Sigma Omicron Church Chapter Alpha Chi Pi Omega Gospel. Sin"01 render Walk while there Is light lie
Sorority's annual autumn tea a radJo-gram a murieale. At said Evenlnf 5 p.m. 8 p.m.-Closed Tuesday
Sunday at Liberty Squart audit 3 pm the State Rally, with rep And you'll find that you'll
Are you up on happeningsat resentation of 50 states, will be never fall Take bus No. 14
Charmcttea, lac (Junction) brought to a clot, If you wanto t For In my Father's house are
Well bless your heart (child know m n' about your native many mansitths. 2237 N.W. 62nd St. OX 1.1801
cause Sadie Hawkins Day LI just t' state plan tn attend thU And there's room enough for
around the corner and them gals I' program It Is anticipated thatthis an.YGu'l .
mill afford educational' experience .
are gettin' ready t r Nov 18. 1 I
Yup Mrs. Bennett at 789 NW as well a* financial l gain have no more trials and

70th at id calling all youth to enroll to further the. construction of tribulations t ..h.... OXf.N 1-044 H.u,. t U 1-* U 7
New Macedonia Can "' Not
in the juvenile Elks pro.rrram we dependon even a worry or care
underway Persons. from J you to attend the** services Hell surely take care of all your
to 15 are invited to come to her Mrs ROM Harvey chairman of troubles DR. ALMOND C. EDWARDS
house Sunday Her phone U PL I program committee.' ; Deacon J. W And an your burdens Hellahare.
Wilson, president' of Usher Beard .
7-6092 t r more into. And aay. ; OPTOMETRIST
age will feature a conch fritter Rev N H Phillips. **tet'.
Here in this world Is a spirit of
ale Saturday at her home.
Deacons truth.
I The MI: 'te
CAROLYN PIERCE and David Union of Atlantic Coast Baptist Of which many never con
Rolle Jr', wedding one month Association W;') meet at Central ceive. EYES EXAMINED CONTACT LENSES
celebration Oct 18 Frmo Opa f t fLncka Bapti-' Church Rev )E J c-.ark, Because w* see Him not and
cornea' word that DaleN l parlor next Thursday: night to, know Him not
6823 N.W. 15th Avenu. Miami Florida
Hamilton Sunday And many w'J: never ,
and Chart Upt-1 t .I
crow exchanged nupita) vows
Congratulations and beat of every i
firm tabs Cynthia Knwolra, af tl I
thing Billy Dullard carda on BUY YOUR CEMETERY LOTS NOWAt
senior- at NliS. admirable rraonality RUPTURE PILES PROSTATEVaricose
Boora Smith tagged $50 Per SpaceThere
here bundle of joy Latonia Rene, i 0 Rectal Diseases Veins

hap who arrived. Lucille Aug 6 Shirley in Mt' Sinai'Lee i Are no Lots Cheaper In Effective, pa In let., ,....surglc.l efflce treatmenta at law eM\-

barmaid at Baker's Famous Corner ... .1... time ., Inc.", .. Avald surgery and heepltallxatlen.. Why

can be tag fed tall tan. and Southern Florida wear truest Why auffer, delay and get ..,..,
terrific Sar. June Thompson ,
Carter at the bol 'n alley over : EVERGREEN MEMORIAL PARK > CONSULTATION FREE 4
Special ...m.dtcall.n treatmenta dleta far arthritis, .....rtt.., ul,.

3065 N.W. 41at Street Phone NE 48242.J' cert bleed ,,....,., .,,,..., anemia, .lest viper c..,..... dle. .....

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LEADER 4 __ ":' ""'. ......; IMS ,.W. 1.1 St Ffl. 1-J74I REOUCINOCHARLES'

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... THE MIAMI TIMES-MIAMI, FLORIDA School l BoardCandidate Attention Veterans

PAGE 16 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 22, 1960 to SpeakAt. The American Legion William J. F. DEAL STUDIO

St. AgnesJack Henry Bethel Post 281 Is urgingall Phone FR 4-3034
veterans to cane in and join!

Leech Art Group in D. Gordon, president cf II with a strong us and one make in our which community to live.- 307 N.W. 2nd Ave.

Washington Federal Saving? and P r further Information, contact Wa copy and enlarge picture .f
Tag Loan Association of Beach
Joseph Steward! Post Commander. your loved one at half prica. W.
and the Democratic candidate for
I'I Edward Hanna Jr. or Mur- make all kinds of pictures.
is heralded a communitywide the Dade County Schcol Board ]I
James Jr.
U2 aeetc by. civic andcu.tural (group 2 at large) will speak on j I ray We affair
k group begins Monday, thus Sunday at" pin. at St. are having an every
I II Saturday night either in the Center
Oct 24 and terminates Oct 30. Agnes Parish Hall. 1742 NW 3rd
Tag Week" U sponsored by court. The occasion will be al'I I nalre or the home of a Legion-Indf Join The NAACP
the: Leech Art and Cultural Club calendar tea sponsored by the
begins; an educational und drive church in which all of the members I
I towards the club's scholarshipfund. are participating.
In the club
Organized 1954
has dedicated<< Itself to community Gordcn. who is well known in WE BUILD NO MONEY DOWNLot
welfare service for all. this com nunlty\ is expected to

I Among its many project are bring accompanying a v.ry forceful musical message.programwill An 60 :x 110 Good for 2 mlU-$1,250

sen tarshJt awards, contrtbUon
to DTW high school band fur- also be presented. CASH PAID FOR LOTS OR HOUSES

n.. hed milk for 60 children at
Douglas Elementary School con- Falling Scaffold '' BRAND NEW-Lovely 3-bedroom, 2 bath and gar

tributed Nursery.An sheets to the Dunbar Kills Workman II' age, oak floors, tile roof, built-in electric kitchen

appeal Is made to help this Jnmcs:' McCollum 44, of 24S 1430 .N.W. 59th STREET 3528 CHARLES AVE.
tag week drive when approachedby NW llth St.. died Thursday of
members Mrs. Helen J ties injurta he received Tuesday SEYMOUR BARONJE
u president and Mrs. Christine when a scaffold he was taking I 8-1340 JE 2-4343
Mrs Maude K Held, prominent Armstrong is secretary of the down at 1001 NW 11th st, fell
educator and clubwoman will be c'ub on him.
Ute featured speaker at the 20th
annual benefit tea at the Greater
Miami Beauticians Unit N( 7, to
be held at the Sir John Hotel on
Sunday afternoon. Plaque w.I:) Our 8th Year of Devoted Service to the CommunityFOR
be presented to two outstandingMlamiaas
according' to Mrs..
Marion Muldrow president
Mrs. Reid is &<.uat. $upevsw ;-
of Adult Home Economics
r-trMtut'ft' of the Na-
tse.l Council of Urgan League
Education fur the Dade *etHKls,
Gufldt president' of the Greater .
Miami Urban League Guild is ametneber rr r.
of Zeta Phi Beta S rority -
and the American As-ocaton
of University n. and one of
the founders of the :Miami, chapter I.
of Links. Inc She is the wife

Reid. LJW7f


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1 Brand new 3-bedroom CBS.

r I See 5200 N.W. 10th Ave. Total $12,495 with $595 down, Only $695 Down

$86 month. No closing coats, 1 LIBERTY CITY AREA

I Only $1,495 Down mortgage. Move right in Open .
Sunday. Off 62nd SL and N.W. 23rd
Corner, 2 carports. Terrific lo
cation. Close to bus and ah op- See 1541 N.W. 154th St. Ave. 2-bedroom, carporte, all

ping, city water. No closing fenced, awnings, large deep lot.

costs. Opa Lock. Close to achoola clean. Priced low. One mortgage

I'm in a baby contest at R
Bbcnescr M Church Sunday, Oct
31. Will you vote for me? I'dj I $595 Down
!&. to win the U. S. Saving 4-bedroom., 2 baths. Brown 3 bedrooms, 2 baths. Near N.W.
Head. Sub. CBS. Cloae to bus and
Do 1'-iI know this little boy bedroom, very cute home. schools. 12th Ave., N.W. 62nd St. Closed
It** C iar..* Kaoul Knowles on Stove and refrigerator. Only 1 garage, city water, close to
of Mr. and Mrs Ernest Knowles' mortgage $85 knonth. Quietarea. $995 DownOne
and fraadcon of Mr. and Mrs Near school, bus. Orchard Villa school.! One mortgage
Raeul Kama. p cored by Mrs mortgage only. $63 month. Move
J. L. Dixoo.
r ,., right in.
$995 Down
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Brand new custom built 3-bed-
room CBS with circular driveway 1739 N.W. 69th St. bedroom, For Particular Buyers With
all jalousied windows. On e Money 1
carport, rear screened Fla.
= I It
-- rt
mortgage. Move right in. Clean.
room, built-in G.E. oven and A most gorgeous :3-bedroom, 2
range. Close to schools. No closing Total month.$8,995 $895 down. $80 baths, large living room, diningroom

costs. One mortgage. See Florida room, 2 car car.
1 9 II N.W. 152nd St. between N.W. port. Corner 80 x 100 lot. New

17th and 18th Avea. CBS. A beauty Near Shell's
000 I

f OPA LOCKA TRACT FHA mortgage, $74.86 month

2 bedroom CBS. Carporte, separate
170 x 200 feet. Zoned for busi. living room, dining room, NORTH MIAMI BEACH

t De.... Units, stores, church, etc. jalousied front porch, nice area. 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, large lot.
Terms arranged. N.W. 24th beauty.
Ave. stands for rcllabl TV ra. Ave., N.W. 153rd, N.W. 154th $2,000 Down
pair which ia priced U gIve your St. Include Closing See 1500 N.E. 152nd Ter.
budget a plaaaant
kurpriMWticn ... .
your set acta up call -A..I!! -
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s 1t We are open every day 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. including Sundays

,Lilt your lob with \IS for quick cash lale. Belt prices paid

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