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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 2, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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MIAMIAN GETS FIVE CIVIL; RIGHTS LOCAL BLIND WOMAN/ I ,






YEARS ON BUM RAP COUNCIL EXTENDEDWASHINGTON GETS N.Y. POST ..,. r "..".., I 'I:t1

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Milton Myers, 19, of 2020 NW Judge Den C. Willard on the ba Geneva Harrison recently re later by the Industrial School '
63rd St., who was convicted in els of this "positive" Identification The Senate '
turned from Garden OUr, N. Y., for the Blind in Brooklyn. :*
Criminal Court on August 3 and and his past criminal rec.' voted Wednesday night to ex where she earned her master's She will be employed jis--case '
was sentenced to five years in tend the controversial federal worker in the Social Senlee. 'I
ord.The degree in social work at Adel-
the state prison, is not guilty, the judge and Prosecutor Ar, Department of New ;York*
state attorney's office said this thur Maginia, after Myers was Civil Rights Commission and giveIt phi College. vue Hospital nexJ/mo R/f j
week jjent to prison investigated the more than a halt million dollars Miss Harrison, daughter of

A gardener with a previous case, and J. P. Kersey, a Miami to finance Us operation In Mrs. L. }\[. Harrison of 1914 NW
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criminal record, Myers was ao- bondsman, gave a sworn state the current fiscal year 6th ave., is a blind graduate of a 1
cUfed of holding up an ice ment that Myers was with him Dookeer T. Washington High ATTACK3YEARO \
cream store at 64th St and 17th in his downtown office almostthe Overriding Southern opposl.
School and Howard
Ave., on June 26 and robbing entire day of the robbery tlon, the Senate agreed 70 to 18 University, 5191
the woman employee of |52. In The state attorney's office is to extend the commission for two where she studied psyfhology Sp
a police lineup he was pickedout dropping the charge, but Myers more years. Then by non.record and sociology by Braille. JACKSONVILL I
by the woman.. will have to remain in Jail for voice vote it voted $586,000 for After graduating from How year-old Sanford who said, '
lIe was sentenced to five years a while becaue of other eases the agency in the year ending ard she was employed by the MI. "I'm being stop r a bad
In the state penitentiary by pending against him. next June 30. ami Lighthouse for the Blind and Bee ATTACK, a /

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39TH YEAR, NO. 1 MIAMI FLORIDA SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 SIXTEEN PAGES TEN1; CENTS




:- --- Jim Douglas, Potential Track Great, Dies,




EUhteen-year-old] Jimmy --- 4 R DWASHINGTON
Douglas died at the Jackson Me

[ LOUISIANA mortal from Hospital chest Saturday wound inflict afternoon INDICTED IN

ed in an accidental shooting.
A Metro Homicide Detective
CANT SHUT reported that Douglas went on DRUG CASEA
Thursday afternoon to 3421
Frow ave., Coconut Orove, witha
companion, Leonard Williams, Miami federal grand jury
N o ITS SCHOOLSNEW 18, of 107 Dixie Highway, to has Indlcbed a Pompano Beach
meet two friends from the Unl. factional leader, Jams* E. (Pete)
vertity of Miami. While they Oglesby, on charges of possessing .
ORLEANS A three. were waiting for the students, a supply of marijuana
Judge federal court Wednesday they found a .22 calibre pistol smuggled into this country ,I
struck down Louisiana's school and it accidentally went off aboard a ship.
closing law which permitted I while they examined It and shot
school districts to vote in favorof Douglas In the chest. The indictment accused Oglesbyof .
attempting to dispose of the The Senate
abandonment bf public Jimmy lived with his parents,
schools faced with desegration Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Douglas, contraband at the- time' of his .Wednesday approved the nomination '
orders. I 14921 Jackson St., Richmond arrest by throwing it into Port of James; B. Parsons,, Chi "
Height; Everglades] harbor last Oct. 3. cago Negro, as federal judge for
Lester Albert, proprietor of The court, in its ruling, also A graduate and ex-sprint star I the Northern district of Illinois
the House of Albert, has attend tied in Louisiana's grant-in.aid of Carver High School, 1960 ho Earlier Oglesby a stevedore, Parsons, who has been judge 1\
ed the executive board of the
program to the school closinglaw was the first Negro named to a had been instrumental In form- of the Cook County criminal
International Association of
Morticians but did not rule the grants Miami All-City team when the Ing a bl-racial committee to court, is the first Negro to be
17.19 at
on August
the Ill. illegal Miami Daily News honored him work for civic Improvements in given a lifetime appointment as
home office, Springfield,
and he received a dozen scholarship !. Pompano Beach a federal district court judge.
This world-wide organization "This is tot the moment In 1 offers from such schools
!la 76 years old and Mr. Albert history for a state to experiment Illinois and Ohio.
!is be admitted.The with ignorance," said the opinionby as
the first Negro to Bob Downs, University of Mi. I
John Minor Wisdom of Senate Report Says
1962 convention will be Judge ami track coach said, "It's too
held in Paris, France. the U. S. Fifth Circuit Court of like
bad for track to lose a boy
tour the state in Appeals and U. S. District JudgesJ.
Albert will "
He be
could
that. lIe fly
sure
the Interest of the association, Skelly Wright and Herbert had the .
)Moves that Jimmy potential
Castro Fails in Bid for
contacting all morticians. W. ChrJitenberry.i to run with the best In

the world and would have made
the U. S. Olympic teaem if he

200 JOBLESS FAMILIESGET could Douglas: have continued attended In Southern college. American Negro Support

i Illinois as a freshman last year
but quit In March. His father

said he had planned to go to Cuban Premier Fidel Castro'sattempt tionator James O. Eastland (D.,
Grambllng College In Louisianathis at "subverting the Am Miss) made public the docu
GROCERIES I fall erican Negro against his own ment.

-... -.- -- -.-- He won the 220 and finished government" tailed, a staff re Prominent Negro leaders, re
third in the 100 In 1960 in the port of the Senate Internal se. jetted Castro's proposal when
Uncle Sam and Dade County Golden West Invitational, a Na curity subcommittee said in they saw that his policies were

gave groceries to more than 200 The warehouses will be tlonal interscholastic meet, at Washington, D.C. on Sunday. hostile to the U 8. government.
jobless, needy famlliees on Mon open Los Angeles. The report, entitled "Cuba
day. ed dally from 8:30: a.m. to 3:30: Ills survivors are his parents, The report accused Castro of and the American Negro," was

p.m., Nicholson said, but recipients and his. paternal grand father, I having devised a deliberate published together with tcutl*,
Surplus foods from warehouses must have been processeed Henry J. Douglas Sr. policy of exploiting racial prob. mony given last June by Joe
In Miami and Gourds were Services were held Thursday lems in this country to win the I Louis, former heavyweight box.
by the registration office and glv.
distributed to welfare recipients 4 p.m. at St. Mary's Baptist support of American Negroes He Ing champion, and his business
.. ... most of them Negroes. Of. en a time to appear for their Church, Coconut Grove, the had the cooperation of the' partner, William Rowe.
\ .- flctals hope that:this will be a food They. Duet also provide Rev, W. F. Tanner officiating "Fair Play for Cuba Committee"' Castro had engaged their pub.
.. :,. long-range government project. theler own transportation to get and Bain's Funeral Home di I and the Communist Party, It lie relations firm to encourage .

I County Welfare Director R. to their homes. recting. said, Americans of color to vacation i 1'1'in '

E. Nicholson estimated that the Cuba, they told the subcommittee )
prevent supply will last two stressing that there was ,
months or longer. A close check no segregation in Cuba. Louis

is being kept on the Inventory, Perry Named Assistant to Elks' HeadMAN and Rowe later cancelled their
he said, so that additional or contract trsnds.because of Cuba's political ''I I
den can be made to Tallahasseeand
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The document also recalled
Washington to ensure the W. O. Perry Sr., president of I Hlggs supplied the organ music how Castro the
played on
continuation of the urgently I the Florida State Association of during the convention and received sympathy
of the Negroes when be
.1' needed relief.Recipients INDICTEDIN I Elks, was appointed to the position many commendations for moved to a Harlem hotel last
were given a time i of assistant to the Grand his services.
year during the meeting of the
.t schedule to appear at the ware. Exalted Ruler at the recent national
UN
General Assembly, and noted
f' houses at 225 NE 59th St. and STRANGLINGA convention held at the MAIDS' UNION that when the Fair Play for
at Halnlln Drive and U. S. 1 In Commodore Hotel in New York .
" Cuba Committee
arranged
' Goulds. first degree murder Indict ,City. The appointment was made a private
reception for Castro, prom!
i: It is estimated that some ment charging Daniel Grant, 31, :i by Exalted Hobson Ruler.] R. Reynolds, Grand BEING FORMEDUnion nut Negroes like Langston

40,000 persons: will receive aid of 3201 Douglas Rd., with Hughes, state Senator James
organizers are trying to
in Dade County.It strangling Mrs. Rebecca Nudel, Perry will represent the sign up housemaids here and ft** CASTRO Page 5

was pointed out by Nichol. white, at her 2823 SW 37th Ave. Grand Exalted Ruler on various are seeking a (140-a.week mini
occasions In the southern states
I son that all recipients in this upholstery shop, was returned by mum wags for them. So far !
when directed to do so.
,' program are American citizens the Dade County Grand Jury very few maids have signed up cat housewives who pay only
-, District with the union, and a "bearing" bout $60 a month for a live-In
who are out of work or whose Tuesday. Mrs. Nudel!, 41, was Charles] Hlggs, Deputy
I'f head of family Is out of work. of the Miami district and an held for housewives was a com maid aren't taking the present
Cuban refugees are treated separately alone in the shop when the accomplished musician, was pieta flop, without a single organizing drive seriously and
I by the Cuban Refugee clean-up porter allegedly I attack- named Grand Organist of the housewife showing up to face a think the union will never really,

Center ed her last June 24 I Elks at the same convention. handful of maids who earn. Lo- get started, ....

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public service.)
Mobile Clinic Details will hare to be Worked -

No Trouble as Daytona Girls RegisterTHE Proposed to Aid there out,Is According gathering to support Delta, but for


DAYTONA BEACH- Two Negro Youth the "mobile" Job opportunityclinic.

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA girls registered Monday without .
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Incident at the previously all WASHINGTON, D.C. To. ...
PAGE white Voluala! Elementary School help raise their vocational aspirations -
2 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1961
here. Negro youths In the Beautiful Home on
Pamela McMillan, nine, and South may soon have an opportunity
Dietrich Golden, 12, will attend to visit Negro businessesand Your Lot
3 school here starting Sept. 5. The places where Negroes ate
s < ;. Volusla County School Board engaged in various Job bccupa- 4
alI'r \ _' approved their admittance, ap tions, according to Delta Sigma a' e 4fa

plications on Aug. 17. Theta, Inc.
__ I- The applications were approved The South Atlantic Region 'ot
::49faa
a under the Florida pupil assignment Delta Sigma Theta has proposeda
> eSR law which went into "mobile" clinic so that upper'
effect in 1956. grade Negro high school stu
aS A third Negro girl's application dents may tour Industrial centers -
was turned down by the such as Atlanta, Birmingham Complete Building Servlo
a' board. She wa the sister of Pa. Durham, and other areasto
f 5 mela McMillan seven-year-old participate in cultural events. t PLANNING
,Paula The clinic will make tours df BUILDING
Negro communities to see examples FINANCINGYour "
Letter to The EditorDear of Improved living con New Home
ditions, tours of Insurance companies -
Friend:< industrial plants, banks
fo + Happily I bring you greetingsfrom and other Negro businesses No Down
9 a rd'b' d Africa. Our Btoudy: tour has where Negroes have had to over'
a'Pa taken us to many cities in four come ''barriers In order to sue PaymentOver
w.H ya countries Ghana, Togo, Da- ce!d.
honey and Nigeria. I'm continuously It is believed that such pro Twenty Year of
: amazed :by the numerous gramming will encourage Negro Conetructlon kxperlance
modern developments here. We
youth to better prepare themselves -
also stopped a while in Portugal. for the work they wish to Guaranteed Satisfaction
*, + Plan to arrive in New York on
perform after getting an educa
k9 Aug. 30. I've hopes of being al I tion. l L; f1(37mmVI1
lowed the privilege of relatingsome
'
.. of my experiences in your The South Atlantic Region has (!)@
Senator Phillip A. Hart (D. home to countless thousands of well read newspaper. To you and indicated that planning for sucha ,
Mich) and Congressman Charles visitors the true meaning of democracy all my friends in Miami extend clinic would be done with I PL 1-3604
C. Diggs Jr., of Detroit (13th) and make us even more my regards. Tell Quentin North M. T. Puryear, Southern Region.
today Introduced a bill which its showcase." hello: for me. al office, National Urban' Miami
would establish a national memorial Herman W. Dorsett I League. (The NU is one of the i
to a distinguished citizen agencies with which DST coop 888 N.E. 79th St.
Frederick erate on a national basis for
and servant
public ,

Douglass. (Woman Loses $112,000

Mr. Douglas, born a slave in ,
1817, rose to a high position In nt Y?
our country, serving under sew CASH BENEFITS
,eral presidents as recorder of
Land to MillionaireNY
deeds in the District of Columbia

from ister 1881-1889 of Haiti,, and 18891891.as our Min He for you every day! k 1:;

NASSAU, Bahamas The
was an esteemed friend of President '
Lincoln, and worked hardIn PATROLMAN claim of 100-year-old Mrs. Dose For Sickness or Accident

the cause of Abolition. liza Price to 10 acres of land on To Replace Your Salary <

The house where Mr. Douglass CLEARED IN TIFF Hog Island, a resort just off When HospitalizedFor t' \ Y +
lived for In South
many years Nassau, was dismissed.The h j
east Washington, has been car- WITH AFRICAN 7i J r M
ed for with loving devotion by woman brought the claim Men Up To

the National Association of Col- DIPLOMATNEW when Axel Wenner-Gren, Swed Up To
ored Women's Clubs through
voluntary contributions. Senator ish industrialist petitioned for
$100 per weekFor
YORK Police Commissioner
Hart pointed out that this organization the land he had developed dur
Michael J. Murphy clear
headed by Dr. RosaL. i ed a patrolman Monday of any ing the past several years. Women and Children h
Gragg of Detroit, has done a -
Improper conduct in an altercation
fine Job of Wenner-Gren wants to sell
keeping up Mr.
Douglass' home for many years, with an African diplomat the land to Huntington Hartfordof $50 per week .11 .
having spent several thousands' after a minor car accident In New York and Palm Beach. J. E. CUUJRETII, MGR.

of dollars on repair and upkeep."It Harlem. Hospitalization: From Birth to Age 85
Murphy said that "police' action The court said witnesses for
seems only fitting," Sena- was proper and there was the Price woman had failed to Up to $200 Surgical Benefits
tor Hart stated, "that this houseat no misconduct by any member of show. continuous occupation and Up to $24 First 3 days-$12 Next 97 Days
1411 W. St., S. E., which con the force" in the incident involving these nullified sQuatters rights. Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18
tains in
Mr. Douglass' library an
Ambassador Michel Collet,
important of The land in Grandpa and Grandma. Special-Ages 85
source historical 38, deputy permanent, represen question Is estimated up to
documents for the period In tative from Guinea to the Unit- to be worth $112,000. Retirement Income at 65
which he lived, should now he ed Nations. The Company With The
turned into a national historical'
shrine." Police earlier had said Collet GOLDEN SHIELD POLICY
NEED MONEY
bad attacked Patrolman James
"Here in our nation's capital' O'Orady after the diplomat's car $25 to $600 No y4 or / Benefit Full protection from application

where people come not only from bumped into the rear of a taxi. INSURANCE COMPANY
all over the United States but The Call PL 8.3653 LI I F t
diplomat contended that OF FLORIDAHome
all
over the world, such a national
historic shrine would bring he was the one who was pushed IDEAL LOAN
and shoved. Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 5-2516

Murphy is expected to send 6105 N.W. 7th Ave. District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street
copies of the report to Adlai E. PL 1.6528
Hully Gully PartyYou Stevenson, U.8, ambassador to
the United Nations, and to Mayor
are invited to attend a Join NAACP
Robert E. Wagner Today -
Hully Gully Party Saturday, Sep. -
tember 9 at Jackson Toddle -
Inn 3038 NW 48th Terr., 8:30 I FINANCIAL
until. Free admission and re
freshments will be seved. t

Mrs. Ada Williams, sponsor NOW IN FT. LAUDERDALE RESPONSIBILITY ACTA

NOTICE MUST IN FLORIDA

Anderson's Kindergarten will IT'S OPEN
open Tuesday, Sept. 5 at 1239 FOREMOSTINSURANCE
NW 1st court. Rates reasonableand
satisfaction guarnateed.C. .
B. Anderson, principal; L.
A. Buchanan, assistant. SUNRISE BOWLING AGENCY



IF IT'S FLOWERS

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Y.Perry's. LEAGUES ORGANIZED fort Sororities, Fraternities, I LOW DOWN PAYMENT

Civic Clubs, Youth Organizations, Men Clubs, I Good Bad No Credit?

Florist Women Clubs and Churches. I LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS .

1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue COME IN TODAY! TOMORROW MAY BE

Phone FR 4.1205 GET IN THE SWING I TOO LATE
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TIMES NEWSBOYS ENJOY ANNUAL PICNIC /

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 PAGE 3

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al's r" 1__'_._ .L.'_. ... ...n .. ,.,- NURSERY AND' ,

September 1, 1822 KINDERGARTENRegistration
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Hiram Revels, of Mississippi is now going ort-
w Mt '" first Negro elected to the U. S.
Senate, born a free man in Pick and delivery service
Fayetteville, N C.September up
For further information.
2, 1804

, Union Gen. William T. Sher- Call PL 12659Dugie's '

man in evacuated his famous- and march burned to the Atlanta . 1 . . .'

% t'S sea (Savannah).
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September 3, 1773' '
,i'I I Guest House
Rev. Thomas Paul, organizerof
:h' : .;;..r. t Boston's first African Baptist The House of Clean Rooms
:11/,:\ ... ptrJ. \. : : Church, born in Exeter, N.II. Overnight Rooms

aw.. :,. '';. .d Clean rooms cost less
i 4 1008
.,' : September ,
4 r' Seeing is Believing
'. ,> Richard Wright, noted author
ff '. who died last year in France Phone NE 4.3851
was born in Natchez, MIN,
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;,i' All is quiet during seious business of eating Negro Association Life and for the History Study was of Jamaica huge, always n friend S23

( There was plenty of activity around More than 80 newsboys and Miami founded by ,the Washington late Dr.,Carter D.C. ,
Pit: : 1o. ,2 at Virginia' Beach last Saturday, Times staff members spent an enjoyable 0. Woodson

;, fts the Miahii\ Times sponsored its annual day swimming, enjoying the rides and. September 0, 1001

Newsboys Plcnld. just plain relaxing. I James B. Parker, a Negro, St. Stephen Day Care
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x seized Leon F. Ciogoss
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".;,/ ,;1:' I'" ','", <., ,*.. t" "'",,<'\(";' ,;t:' I' ,': ,,';t" ;:i"Y. : ':!4I had William McKinley in Buf.
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; I ;> 9j '' I .,\4';t'*:, William: September Monroe 8,Trotter 1872' fiery PICK UP AND DELIVERY

; F'j: fit ; .:'t: ;ti editor of the Boston Guardian, SERVICE
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.. 0, 1017 Officially Opens Sept. 5
f .L.1 I .,,f ; Emmett J. Scott appointed
assistant to the Secretaryf andSupervision"
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D.C.
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The David Linn Catering Service was moments. Bottom are some of the staff
in charge of refreshments and served up members: E. C. Edwards, James Horne, k a
generous portions of barbecued chicken, Garth C. Reeves, Barbara Bo'Ney, Editor
potato salad, baked beans and cole slaw. H. E. S. Reeves, Archie Pinder, William
Watermelons and soda pop topped off Bullard, Charles Aranha and William
the menu. Wade. Bert Cooper, lino operator, didn't KNIGHT BEAT I
Top photo shows a group of the make the photo, he was fishing down the
newsboys during, one of their few inactive beach.-Photog by Johnson of Miami.

Tonne, Tomorrow & Sunday ,J
gaged in the African exchange reau of Educational and Cultural
African Students Affairs largely concurs with
program.Phillip H Coombs, AssistantSecretary I I the council's assessment of the Septl23.NAPPY
Here Short of State for the Bu problem.

On Cash

BROWNSmash
The State Department
Washington -
is alarmed over a report .
MARKET
MEAT
that hundreds of African STAR
students In the United States Hit Singer of Rhythm
I may not have enough money to

! continue coming their academic studies year.duringthe 1520 N.W. 62nd Street And Blues Rock 'n' Roll

The report warn that $400, HEAR HIM SINGs
be required to look
after 000 may many o( the. 1,800 Africans THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE 'There'll Come a Day" "Just A Little Love"
enrolled in American colleges. And Many More Favorites
It also states that $100.000 more .
will estimated probably 1.000 be needed new arrlrala.to helpan Famous for his inimitable baritone voice, NAPPY is

a star attraction on the Savoy Records.
These conclusions were presented Fresh Meat-low Prices
to the State Departmenttwo
$1.25
weeks ago by an advisory Admission Friday and Sunday
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4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 I most popular fishing tourist resort In the world. On the ""I' I ;o,; : I
then there's the unexcelled *
: flats anglers enjoy bone fishing
I deep sea fishing..

Adjacent Is South Bimini with the airstrip serving the

Mackey and Bahamas Airlines; Trips re.made dally By
air and .boat from Miami and West Pattn Beach

First class hotel facilities- are provided and there arenabve 1475.77 NW 53rd St.
w night clubs.
Main Ofrtce: at 6740 N.". Wth ATNMM-Thon OX lO4aittranch No closing coats

at 1112 X.W. Third Are., Miami Florid-Thoo* FR 323d Yesterday the Miami Times entered upon its 39th $395 Down $78 Mo.

11. K. 8IGISMUXD REEVES Editor and Publisher year of publication. For ,this we are most thankful and 2-bedroom CBS| duplex

GARTH G. REKVES, Managing Editor grateful to our thousands of supporters.We completely furnished. Very
- ---- are republishing what we said on our 17th anniversary outstanding buy. Live rent
filtered: M Second 01Ms Matter August 9, H>27, at the Post Officeat in 1940, adding only the fact that we are so free.
Mlmi Florida under' the act of March 8, 18T8 much' better prepared to serve you today than we were =--_ l.__

38 years ago. That is as it should be: South of 54th Street
SUBSCRIPTION RATES No qualifying, no closing
r1.\T 1 i\tl $4.M-'UX MONTHS $::.1* TURKIC MONTHS $i.70 OUR 17TH ANNIVERSARYTime costs

Member of Member the National of the Nevrspniior AsMR-toted Negro Publisher lretu A-wtoclatiou> Marches On! On September 1st, The Miami $495 Down $75 Mo.

. Times will be seventeen years old. During those years Very large 3 bedroom on
"CHKDO: OK THE NEGRO PRESS" ;this journal has endeavored to serve Miami, working for beautiful lot. Carporte,
'THE OTXiRO PRESS believes that America- bet lead the world
educationally -
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interest of all concerned religiously, civicly, hardwood floors
''from racial and national an.aJdonbmsthen It accords: to every man the best newly dec
''regardleftfl" nt nice color or crevtl. his human and legal rights. Hating interracially and otherwise. We have been orated. One mortgage pay
DO man., roaring no man-the \eirro I>RC>MI strives to help In the firm belief that all men are hart AH 101." as anjone Is tifild races-for this support we again express our sincere appreciation -- -- ---=

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ATLANTA INTEGRATESAtlanta counties of the state. At the beginning of our 18th anni- Nice 2-bedroom CBS, tile

Georgia has integrated its schools at last, versary, we pledge anew our determination continueour roof, hardwood floors
carrying out the order the Supreme Court issued seven service for all concerned, striving to make Miami a large lot. Furnished kit
years ago. Integration took place on :Monday when nine better place in which to live. This we feel certain can be !chen. One FHA mortgage.We .

students were admitted to classes. J accomplished with the loyal support of Miamians whichwe ----_ __ -:0 .
The matter had to be taken to the Federal Court. solicit from one and all I have many houses-_to.

There was no trouble' and if ther .ad.l-eep" the: ,#" #" ,#" " ,###" #,###.#, # #,,,#,#,, ,.,,' choose ffrbih. 'Call 'Us'dttq or
city of"Atl an "wasrtu1l I rea a y' to handle the situation. night.PL .

Atlanta took a long time to act but she knew it had
BrowsinBy 7-8456
283 NW
Just 79th St
to come -and she prepared for it that when she was ready
there would be no drawbacks. For this she should be
given credit. PAUL R. HENRY
Atlanta's Mayor William B. Hartsfield said : t" " " " " ,." ," " " ,.

"I have for many years advocated racial harmonyand The Census Bureau found thatin Joseph Cooper brother of
Counties Canon Charles F. Cooper arrived For Sale
Lafayette and Liberty
peace and justice, even back in the years when itwasn't afternoon from
Florida, where no Negroesare on Monday
so popular. Atlanta, is a different city from the balance registered, there have ''been Philadelphia and Is the house
of the South. We can't afford any narrow mindedness more votes cast In the 1960 guest of Mr. and Mrs. William $500 Down
here." Democratic primaries than there Littles, 1291 NW 68th St. Mrs.
were registered voters.In Gertrude Haven, his sister is 3052 NW 57th St.
With
desegregation in
the schools, lunch counters also a guest of the Littles. Theyare
and 'restaurants in department stores, downtown, were Lafayette County with here to see their sisters Mrs.
also desegregated. 1,536 adults 1,590 voted.In Rachel Reeves and Mrs. Florence Income property. Do you
Liberty with 1,525 white Cooper who have been on the want to live free? Two
Although the rent
municipal golf courses are integrated, people! 1,678 voted. Nice going.On sick list for some time.
a suit is pending to abolish segregation in parks and rec- Tuesday Governor Farris houses on one lot. Very

reation is facilities. However the city contends that segregation Tom Bryant Adamas and Secretary began an of Investigation State known Bertram Bahamian Cambridge musician well wasa I good income. These are ex-
no longer enforced
in those areas. of voting record In nine
visitor In Miami this week. ceptionally nice home that
.
Florida counties. Mr. Cambridge Is also well knownin
you would be proud to own.
A SIGN OF PROGRESSLast our city.
Marti Conllffe of Nassau lain Partly furnished.
Saturday Ye Editor the city as house guest of Mr. In Monroe, N. C. there was Open
attended the Miami Times' and Mrs. Johnnie Johnson of quite a flareup between the 1-5 p.m. Sunday

newsboys annual picnic at Opa Locka. races resulting in the woundingof .
a policeman and the
Mr. ,Conllffe heads the 36 dele holding
Virginia Beach It was his ; in hostage for two hours a white
first visit to this spot in convention gates attending of the the IBPOEW 61st annual heldIn couple, fights resulted in 47 We can finance your auto

quite a while. ? ,,, New York City last week. He arrests. mobile liability insuranceon
At the entrance there is 1 and his delegation are all smiles. The trouble is reorted to have easy monthly payments.
a new and attractive sign- x t They were successful In winningthe started over anti-segregation
best float award and also in picketing.The ee
"Virginia Beach, Dade having Nassau's Deputy Ivan
County Parks." It was "' '. Wallace advance to the poet of grand Jury was tusked to We have several good rentals -
.. Grand Lodge Inner Guard; Mrs. consider an indictment against
pleasing because
a sight .
.
if want to rent a
\ Lillian Archer, Deputy Grand Robert< Williams head of the you
that sore-eyed phrase "For t). .,. \ Ruler from the Bahamas, was county NAACP chapter In con- house or an apartment.
Colored Only" was not on ; f."it advanced to the office of Grand nection with the kidnapping of
the new sign. What an improvement 1"L! Lodge Gate Keeper.Mr. the white couple. Call us.Goodman's.
Conllff retired police of ,
1 Many Negroes ,have muttered under their fleer at Nassau, is now engaged Many Innocent people suffer
breaths every time they passed the old sign at the entranceto In the taxi business. for crime they did not commit. Real
Virginia Beach. That designation has been taken froma Such is the case of Milton Myers.
good many places in Miami to the delight of our Negro have Nobody to in go Dade to County bed hungry.should convicted 19, 2020 NW of robbery 63rd St.,and recently sen Estate & Insurance

citizens. The one place we would like to see it removed Enough government food IB tenced to five years Imprison.
from is the county courthouse drinking fountains. That here to lad two months said R. ment. Although he was identi. 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
sort of thing is far of Miami is E. Nicholcon, county welfare director fled by the victim, he was not
past ,as as our city con who estlmlated that more the man. It was a case of mis
cerned. Let's not be reminded of it in public places than 200 needy families whose taken identity. He will not have OX 1-0380
Please breadwinners are out of work to serve those five years.
were given groceries on Monday. -
Only American citizens are be.
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKBimini ing cared for. Warehouses are
open from 8:30: a.m. to 3:30: p.m.
Bahamas, just 65 miles ,from :Miami, will be To be served you must have re. I
the first island in the West Indies to have television gletered 'and given a time to get I You Asked for It! We Built Itl!
taught in its schools. the food. LOW
Cuban refugees are not In this MONTHLY PAYMENTS
!_
On September 8th courses in Spanish, typing, sci- program, they are taken care of L
ence and sewing will be beamed to the Bimini public by the Cuban Refugee Center. LOW DOWN PAYMENTS '
school from Miami's TV station WTHS. Here is what a four-member

The school has an enrollment of 300, fifteen' of themare family Twenty receives Ibs. flour: 16 lbs. cornmeal This Custom-Built Luxury Home

white students.In 8 lbs dried beans, 8 Ibs.

the evenings adults will have the opportunity of lard 2 and-one-half 4 30 oz. cans chopped lb contain.meat 1075 N.W. 55th Terr.Open .

attending typing and sewing classes., era of dried milk one 2 lb can
This experiment is the first in the Western Hemis- of peanut butter 8 Ibe. rice anda Sunday 2-6
phere. It was made possible ,by a grant of $4,500 from 3-lb. package of rolled oats. p.m.

the Ford Foundation. Dade County teachers went to 3 Bedrooms, all with walk-in closets_

Cliff Mitchell, director of radio and TV educationfor work on Monday preparing for 2 Tiled bathrooms with vanitie I & tub
Dado County public schools who is serving as consultant the 40,000 youngsters that will enclousures
invade our schools next Tuesday
for the Bimini project said:
morning.
"We foresee that the Bimini school will use a good 0 All formica kitchen with oven and range

many of the WTIIS courses as ETV proves its value there. Dade Countlans will now pay O Hood and vent to take
25 cents a year more for driv away cooking odors
Since both students in classrooms and adults are involvedin er's license. This
the experiment, we anticipate very high communitywide Ing to amount to enough money to is pay go. 9 Glass sliding doors to patio_gas heat
interest." for teaching 10,000 students
how to drive. The county has announced O Many more beautiful features
:Mitchell also said there is a possibility, if financingcan that there will be five
be arranged, to include other West Indian islands In new instructors and a fleet of HARMA'R'
the project. 12 new cars for the driver's pro- Inc. MO 53492PAGE !

Bimini, just one-half mile wide and seven miles long able gram. The plan will be avail
to all students In the 10-12
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OCOOOOOGCGOGO'G O Newsboys Picnic a THE MIAMI TIMES MiAMi, FLORIDA

SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 PAGE 6
,> ': ALONGFREEDOH'SftOAD Lot of FunBy

BARBARA BO'NEY

The Miami Times newsboys, : Land O'NodKindergarten ATTACK
", ."---- By RUTH PERRY staff: and' a few friends enjoytd i ,
,"GOchuckle a gala 'day'at Virginia Beach on to (continued from page1))
last Saturday. A chartered bus
The of the week (if along to the Communist countries bulging at the seams carried the Open Sept. 5 deed J didn't do," was sentenced
it weren't so tragic) is the fact if all goes well. We here in youngsters. over at 9 a.m. Some today to die in the 'electric

' that three Baltimore newspaper Miami are watching, hoping. and (began swimming In the cool salt The Barrett-Kemp Land 0' chair for rape. Court pronounce
men dressed up in rented attire, praying, too. water, fishing and catching a Nod Kindergarten, at 434 NW ed the death sentence! on, Ad-ol-
and posed as African diplomats: conch now and then. Others of 21st St., announces its fall semester phus Brooks after denying a
in order to obtain service at nor THE UNIVERSITY OF MIAMI us danced and frolicked till] no registration which is now motion tor a new trial. Brooks

mally segregated restaurant. A few weeks ago I had the end going on. Parents may register waa convicted Aug. 1 for the
privilege of hearing firsthand A delicious menu had been their children any week day rape of a 3-year-old girl. ,
f A CUP OF COFFEE reports about the progress of integration prepared to sate the appetite and from 7 a.m. until. The school '''
This incident makes the remark at the University of quench the thirst of each one. wilt open on Tuesday, Sept. 6. ATTENTIONIAll !

t I quoted last week from Miami. A graduate student, old. The finest kind of catering ser- Qualified teachers, hot lunches members of Greater Miami
James Baldwin's new book, er than the usual average twen vice was extended us. After haying and safe transportation are Temple No. 769 and Brothers
"Nobody Knows My Name," been served guaranteed by the school. For
ty-year-old undergraduate, had not a single per. 1113 are requested to meet on
only too true that all of Africa nothing but praise! for his ex. son returned for seconds and of further information parents may Wednesday, Sept. 6, 8 p.m. at
will 'be free before American perience at the University. lie course you can see why Food call FR 3.6078. the home of Dt. Alean Miller

Negroes will be able to get a said it all seemed perfectly nat- galore. If you ate a half barbe Mrs. Eloise D. Kemp, who baa 7136 NW 16th Ave. Business of
cup of coffee. The three news ural, just "as though the University cued chicken, potato salad, coleslaw had 20 years experience in kin. vital Importance must be adjust.

papermen took drastic measuresto had been integrated a baked +ibeans, hot buttered dergarten work, Is the, supervisor ed immediately.
dramatize a simple but ironic long tine" lie studied with I rolls, and drank sodas) of every Mrs. Ellen Taylor, Dt. Ruler
. fact: that if your skin is a dark I groups of white students, shared flavor, how about you?
shade, you will be able to obtain books and notes with them, and Since watermelon was spoiling Castro

service at most American res. generally had a friendly and on the vine half sides were Gorgeous Christmas Cards distinctively .
taurants that is, of course, if courteous experience.An eaten and whole melons were Continued from page 1 designed for you.
it appear you are some sort of carried home by individuals. These have to be seen to be ap
foreign dignitary. But if undergraduate Watson and leaders of the preciated.
you student Even a flew cans of brew for the Very moderately pric
happen. to Negro, watch out for segrega- her experience of living on the i their absence.In specified designs. Ask to see
tion in restaurants. Now how ridiculous campus and attending classes. fine.Dy the time had his comment, Sen. Kenneth these beautiful Christmas carda
She is the everyone H. Keating (It., NY), said,' "for- in your home office.
can we Americans continue only Negro in her i feasted and participated in a de or Phone
tunately, like other Americans
to be? class a young woman Just I lightful outdoor pleasure party orders accepted.
the overwhelming majority of
starting college. When she first the day had boon well occupiedand THE HIRSHBERG CO.
THE HOPE OF THE WEEKAt Negroes have not succumbed to
walked
into
one particular class, it waa. home going time. the trickery of Castro In usingdlsgul.sed 421 NW. 3rd St.
the opposite end of the above the instructor got up from his
Miami 36 Fla.
Incident, we are looking toward chair and welcomed her, saying Shortly the bus returned and agents such as the ,
Atlanta; Ga., with hope for an that "the only thing wrong with :prior to the boys departure, loud Fair Play ,for. Cuba Comraitteee' FR 7.4863
.to support( his cause/ -- (
end to'"segregation in education rop Htltfte .ht.htt.m\'T1\\: us'llybeunded'ent"te 'Mr! tI

In that state at a not too distant day was that it was 99 years : Reeves thanking him formaking ..
date. The city of Atlanta too late!I" Thla young woman. the day possible.
I has had many examples to go finds her classmates helpful and Pleaiw allow me to take this Bethany S.D.A. Junior Academy

by, and many mistakes to profit friendly, and she reported thata opportune moment in behalf of
from In their desegregation pro. group of them study together the newsboys aid staff to ex. GRADES 1-10

gram Most Atlantans have de often, sometimes at private press our gratitude to our man. ANNOUNCES REGISTRATION AT SCHOOL
termined that their city will not I homes near the campus. aging editor for his kindness and
0001 NW 20th Ave.
be another Little Rock or New liberality.
J Firsthand reportssuch aa the
Orleans. Groups and organizations above are not only helpful, but Registraiton Begins Monday, August 21
have spoken out in favorof very hopeful for the future of THE LIBERTY Each day 0 ium. to 12 noon-No. 40743
law and order fhurch leaders
; integration in our community. I BETHANY ACADEMY PROVIDESAccredited
Dent .out a call to the citizens of BEAUTY SALONat
, Atlanta to accept the desegregation It appears from the first news COIITBCW and ratings Christian teachers Bible
I to come from the campus about 6707 NW 16th Ave., has been
order with dignity and Teaching Education in a Christian EnvironmentAn
respect legal have stated I the summer experiences in Integrated changed to Center Deauty Chest,
that; segregation groups Is unlawfuland i classed, that University phone OX 19453. We have a accredited private school where each child is important I
officials, instructors and students back-to- chool special hairdofor
have urged the people to I Call PL 7.5704 evenings and nights \
are anxious to be helpful and $2.00 and $2.75 thru Sep
the law the chief of police
obey
I has warned by; of televisionthat friendly. I only hope that many tember 9. Open on Labor Day. 82 I I15ft"
way more Negroes will take advan. SO -. "9ULr__. ..t.-w. '
will not be
tolerated.demonstration tago of this favorable atmos I

phere, now that the barriers .. ,.., .. ,, ,
Everything seems to have been seem to be falling away. Inte. '.,\111'", -' '\ 1).t,.,. ;,. ., ."" 't',;1'( :\ .' .' ';r'j "'fI"[: "\ \ i" ""." ,'I't.J!'J I

done to insure the peaceful integratian gratlon can only work if both \ \ ,1-,'''' '....'." ." "' ,.' ",1. '."1' ,)::14'\ I
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of ten Negro students sides try, and where the climate ".. ; : ; ''\ ." "!I' II\ "''i hr''...." .;'' ''if/> \01,' ,",' 11 : '
into four white high schools. Al appears to be good, Negroes, if, <', i:1, : ::1 '-,' ',' :;\ 1.I r "' I.. ;.'.! :''':''':'';,
,
+
though several rabid segregation. possible, should do their part I 1 '.. *I 1\ I. ; .J" ,', I
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U-ts are in Atlanta, their movements and take advantage of the excel- ': ll'JI ,:'l1,. ',,'' ', 4, 4N.tt.M-i'I} "' \ ,. .
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., being watched and lent educational facilities hereat 11 ... ...d" fI".J, "'. t .
are P..M. .
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disturbance will be broughtto t ."
any ''I""' ; ,, : .. '
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a swift end by police:! action. I 1//.. "it !"' ." '...'""I',, ,f.. \- ,.r.J ," ,:"t .
Atlanta begins the road to integration .t:' .I..,? .. ", ; ". ''.
next week and the Back to School Party ," i .. Iw

whole nation will be watching "' o.
with hope and prayer that an- A back to school and get ac
other milestone along freedom'sroad quainted party will be held at I' "
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SOCIAL SECURITY THE BAHAMAS
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1061 RRR.e IN-AROUND

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between bers of the Hotel Workers Union
highway
Near the
Governor's Harbor and Palmetto and managers, it was decided: to
NATIONAL NAFAD Point, Eleuthera, Is "Edwin- launch a course of training for
e.wrr e.r nl M NM1ti11 Made Fish Lake." The owner, Bahamians seeking !better hotel
Edwin Burrows, now In his Jobs. The courses will be con.
to help ," is advice 40's had an Idea as a boy of ducted from October 15 to No.
"Help us you
disabled folks finding fish In the pond as he vember 30 for five days a week.A .
STARTED IN MIAMI to severely
schedule of courses will be
from Edward P. Blonston, man- swam across to his father's
of the Miami North Social farm, but there was none. Since set up in each hotel.
-- ager
District Office. 1954 he has put In the lake 30-
On Wednesday night, Aug. 23 I aid was also present. Security 000 fish of 2 6 varieties. Tmong Robert Normoyle, 18, of MilWaukee -
in the colorful living quarters : Each preson presented her Mr. Bloneton pointed out that them Is a Jewflsh weighing over Wis., and Nan Perpall
of Georgette's Tea room, a group work. This is one of the require many people still don't realize 400 pounds, and a few hundred 14( of Jacksonville, Fla., were
of ladles met with the purpose ments for membership. The organization that cash benefits can now be turt'ei' some of which weigh killed Wednesday night, when
of getting NAFAD started In is for male and fe paid to workers who become over 300 ,pounds. the rented scooter they were
Miami. male. severely disabled at any age before driving collided with a truck
This organization of the Na Representing the junior group 65. Last year, changes in Edna Mae Knowles was the using the left side of the road.
tional Association of Fashion ages 18-25: Peggy Brown and social security removed the requirement winner of the oratorical contest Neither of them seemed to have
Accessory Designers was represented -. Beatrice Robinson who modelled that a person had to at the recent Elks' ConventionIn been .familiar with the traffic
by one of its regionalvice outfits that they designed. be age 60 to draw disability Nassau. She Is a senior at rule of Nassau-keep to the left.
presidents! from Philadelphia -. This meeting concluded witha payments. However, a worker Xavier College: and has been Normoyle was vacationing
Mrs. Sarah D. Young, In- warm fellowship, picture taking must still meet these require awarded a scholarship for two with two other friends, and the
traveller, school and refreshments with our Perpall girl was with her mother
ternational ments: 1. He must have workedfor years to any college she chooses -
teacher, designer and Just returned charming hostess, Georgette L. five years during the ten when she completes her studiesat a sister and a brother.
from Nassau, Jamaicaand Campbell.The Just before disabled. 2. The Xavier.
next meeting will .be held years III" " ." '#" ,
Haiti. .
disability
worker must have a so -
At this meeting Mrs Young Friday night in tho home of Mrs. bad that it prevents him from
answered questions and helpedthe Ann O. Newbold, 1110 NW 65th doing any gainful work, and he R. E. Dean, of Arthur's Town, Meet Your Friend at
to understand the history must have been disabled for six Cat Island, returned from Eng-
group
and purpose of the organization at.NAACP full calendar months.Mr. land on August 12, after success LITTLE CAL'S
that was on the brochures Checking fully completing a two-year
sent by the National president Blonston added that these teacher's course In arts and 2955 N. W. 54th St.
Mrs. Lola K. Alxander of Death SentenceFor benefits are not automatic but crafts at Newland Park College,
disabled. must Buckinghamshire. Mr. Dean Is a
New York. that the person .
The late Mrs. Bethune was the Boy 15 file an application. He said that former headmaster at Clarence
originator of this organization. benefits can also be paid to most Town, Long Island, and Mangrove Cold Beer and Wine
Jeanette Welch Brown, who ATLANTA-The NAACP has dependents of disabled workers Cay, Andros, and Is one of
faithfully with Mrs. disability checks.Mr. the two students who receivedan
who draw
served so launched an Investigation of the Hot Sandwiches
honors' certificate. The otherIs
Brown, Is the founder of NAFAD. conviction of an all-white Juryof
Blonston stressed that any an Englishman at Newland.
convention washed
national HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD
The
a 15-year-old Negro youth for Prop.
who thinks he
D. C. on disabled person
,
In Washington alleged murder of a white man. at the
modern campus can qualify for disability pay- Mr. Dean will teach r" '#" " ,#*,
the new and ultra He faces a death sentence.The .
Eastern Senior School beginning
Howard University. The ments should see the local solal -
An.iA of* maattncr.. ..... will ISA held next lad, Preston Cobb of security office at once. The next month.
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Philadelphia at which I office in Miami at
summer time" we In will be looking for Miami have slain Frank Coleman Dumas I 79th st. They will be glad to help Freeport, Grand Bahamas, See t h eworld's
employed the boy'smother boasts of being only secondto
who
now
be well represented and you on any social security matters
to
Leatha Cobb. New Providence. great
Mrs. Nassau,
return home with many national found In Dumas' I homes motels
Blood was Modern hotels, healer and
awards.
trophy home, but the body was located. and other conveniences and tour-
Miami had a great showing of 15 miles away. Mrs. Cobb has 1st attractions have combined to teacher.
Interest by outstanding and successful J asked the NAACP to retain a MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T make this onetime wilderness a If you are sick
ladies In home economics, lawyer for her son. show place of the world.At .
designing, millinery and various The NAACP .based its InterestIn THEY PAY and worried
phases of creative work to enhance the case on the boys' age; the COST a recent meeting of mem- don't fail to net
the beauty of womanhoodor fact that no Negro has served ona
man as well.; Jury in Jackson county for me. Daily 8 p.m. _
Those present were: Mrs. Annie more than 40 years; the court to 0 p.m.Wednesday.
G. Newbolds, elected chair- appointed defense failed to raise Why not live downtown at the

lady by unanimous decision, pertinent constlutlonal questions, special healing service
Mrs. Catherine N. Mapp, co- the probability that others were 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. St. Matt.
chairman: Gussie J. Erwin, recorder Involved In the slaying. NORFOLK HOTEL
; Mrs. Georgie T. Nelson, 5 and 0. Blessed are tho peace

acting as sponsor of Jr., NAFAD. makers for they shall be called
Court Frees 26 Held 45 N.W. 5th Street FR 3-2448
Mrs. Georgia M c M a h o n the children of God.
brought a design that was most For Staging Sit-ins NE 48020
unique. She opened a fancy box 110 Rooms $7.00 and up weeklyAlso
after much hesitation held upo COLUMBIA, S.C. NAACP 1959 N.W. 59th St.
doll miniature outfit of a shirt -outh won the state's first sit- Private and Semi-Private Rooms
and short combination (original 'n cas appeal victory this week REV. JOSIAH McINTOSH
creation.) This outfit was vhen South Carolina's Supreme Air Conditioned Hotel Cocktail Lounge
made with French seams and she Court overturned convictions!
exhibited this red and white against 26 Morris
College stu No worry, we pay all utilities
striped outfit with much pride dents.

and Joy which added lots of gaiety The students, members of ta Samuel Sweeting, Mgr.
to the meeting. association's college chapter hen
Others present were Mrs. Billie faced the charge of "con pirlnH' iiy
Pitts who opened and presided to breach the peace" growing
over the meeting so capably and from sit-in demonstrations staged
efficiently. Mrs. Mollie MacDonV393SSSS838S33S33883&SSSZ- March 4, 1960.

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son Archie Taylor, Frank:
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Richburg, Colin James. &
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1061 ROYAL DRIVE INN

:# ., .. Bill Lazier, capt., Sam Perry
,! Jack Forrest, Adolph Season, ..i .yy
Fred Jenkins, Earl Edge, .
LOOKING THE .
AMERICAN
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EASTERN AIR LINESGOLDEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAYKIRK
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rn FALCONS
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!: It' .' Leo Armbrliter, capt., Eddie
"I f Thorpe, Ben Nixon. Robert Jackson eaU GILBERT drfBfe i

o. 1... --- -_---......... .._......"',.- Lerlngieton Smith, William nnhIri Ac. DARVI ROLAND
'iVACATION Glenn
A IS WORTH will be
gunning for top honors.
.
WORKING FOR" 2THE
12th FRAME III HATTERS
,: Ray to FightRay
: ::' Taking a vacation from the Dennis Peaks, capt., BlUe

:,daily routine of one's activities Johnson, Johnnie White, Clyde Roblnton, signed to fight RACERS''% ;:
;is a very delightful experience; Young, Duke Jenkins, Willie Wilfle Greaves in Detroit1 new ;
and certainly it is a period that Mumford. Convention Arena, Sept. 25 CINEMASCOP '
we look forward to with great OLYMPICS Greaves Is 25 and holds the Ca
anticipation and expectation. Willie: Fenderson, capt., Wile nadian middleweight crown.ATTENTION Color to 01 UlXI
Looking the Sports Over for li Nixon, Dardeen Baker, Ear.
the past few weeks has been en nest Hayes, Cyril Miller. ...
joying thta wonderful session of WILSON RENTAL _
laxity even though it has tak James Mltchum, capt., Ted _
en us on many jaunts to big Potter, John L. Edwards, 8 1 m PLUS
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sports attractions in many places. Williams, Bruce McCord, John Business' and professional -
The Initial stop on our com 1\1 a rshall. f ramilies. Opportunity town o
bined vacation-sport
travels was Fenway Park,gazing Bos- ST. CLAIR CAFETERIA the Our Wonderful

ton, to witness this year's second Perry Duhart, capt., Sidney World Encyclopedia on 1
All-Star game. It was here Duhart 1[. Turner., C. Cooper, T. Graham, special offer direct from 1 1 1
we were treated to a baseball
publishers. This is
set being
game, odd enough, to be printed NEWS REALTY
in bold type in the record books, Chuck Bridges, capt., Dave used in hundreds of Dade
a 1-1 tie between the Nationals Fu&,ell, Frank Smith, James County School classrooms
and the Americans.We Terry, Eddie Johnson, Wilfred For free information writeor }
skipped back Cox.
home long
enough to' join, the call. .Cal Biehl.
Little Wfli; \, HOT vSHOITJiJ: I' II '
man, who was packed and ready Sam McDaniel, capt., Charlie ,.
to jet to Pittsburgh to get together Morgan, Earl Washington, Al 3825 NW 193rd St. 4 # :> REMEMBER
with her sorors from all fred Lewis, Otis Burns.IIAON .
over the nation at a convention. Opa Locka
This afforded AND FONZA
us a wonderful
TERRAZZO
opportunity to scan this revolu- Jefferson NA 4.9022 SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
Hagan
tionized cjty, which k the capt., Fred
proud die L. Mason
Solomon
Fergu
poteessor; of the I
World's
3 BIG HITS
Champions
Pittsburgh Pirates
weak effort to stay out of the Y }"
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The Pirates were making a GIRLS STATE SWIM CHAMPS ds. .,
cellar and we saw St. Louis add

to their misery by dropping METROGOLOWYN-
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them three straight times. They J. .

may not have looked like champions it MAYER,... .
but the ardent
support ;,
of the Pittsburgh fans left no ": "..........- SfWIMAINEIAKEHAWEY 'T t s .Pau''who waS
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doubt in your mind how they IJ CAUM sM didnl::

felt about their team. I him to f'.d th.
w* lcndi
As an added attraction, the
Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit
Lions, pro-football exhibition JACK HAMS
wags kicked off during our visit. +
M "M ,t, 0 diN
This was a good chance to yee-: II
what the bolstering power of Dig
Daddy Liscomb has brought to flL1WSTEINProducbos .
the Stee'ers. The Lions getting .
off to a fast first half won 2117. This fe W.W'd'wtw
r2 ;1. ''u I M In the Mndbox
Pittsburgh ia a city of very and In lovc-al at I
hospitable folks, and I had the the MflM ttflMlSHOWN
good fortune of meeting some
of the most. ; Wilson Allen, Gene .
naldwln, Frank Dorsey, Nor- .. -tmU -........BEN UANV'AtI""vwjw'M.-r .:r'1.MAyMr11Y f'UAI'II 41 WAITrM....."""
man Farrish and Percy Garland Ja .r""AM MITaOCOIOR, !
gave us a big portion of Pittsburgh aP
AT 9:00
to bring home
with us: .
ana woman j't you know Percy The Hallamlole Vikings Girls -- STOW '
Garland: who is a golf fiend of Swim Team motored to St. : INTO THESE EYES 1

f our own calibre, made it possible Petersburg to compete in the I II
for us to play) the McKees- Orange State Recreation I I II r r
port course, a very appreciated iation State Swim meet A88OC'R I
gesture and a testing experiencewith I 25.2(1: and won state .: I TZ :
the handicaps of the roll ship honors. They qualified by
ing hills as fairways. finishing first in the 4th and 6th THEATRE Will

Hushing home with just a district swim meet which was NOW SHOWING It
long weekend left, we were re held at Dixie Park Pool in Hal* ; !DUO
solved to really rest for a few Iniulale July :21). They finished "Spartacus"In i
hours', when the Missus suggested the season with a perfect record Color TOMAN
a hop to Nassau to complete competing in seven meet during Starring

the circle no ,persuasion was the summer undefeated. ..... .... KIRK DOUGLAS1100DY ...BUT WE
necessary and there we were in STRODE
Nassau rushing with the crowd bara Left Brown.to right: Ida Scott, OH. TONY CURTIS A IN DEATH!
to the Cat 'N' Fiddle, to bear Sandra Jones, OH. Continuous Showing Dally
ver Davis
coach
P'ta,1.
and nee Dinah Washington ; Carolyn Pratt, With Features Starting at +
Jennet
reign as the official queen of Brown Brown and Luevenia 2:00 5:30 & 0:00 p.m.

song.We were Intrigued by the is. 1 > / I

)land's answer to our baseball I \
rricket matches. We s a w a ntxI
match between St. Albans and
St. George and learned that Preston Nursery School
much of the art and skill of
bowling) (pitching) and battingand REGISTRATION I
fielding that we have in IN PROGRESS
SHOWN
baseball' are alto utilized in AT 10:50ro

cricket. We had a wonderful OPENS SEPT. B 1961
climaxing weekend. Vacationsare x
good, and I have my doubts
if there could be one better 2135 NW.158th St. Phone NA 1-6109
than the one we just had.

MAJOR LBAGUE HOWLING Mr. Elodia M. Preston in charge
STARTS AT MI SI I'T. 14
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In recent days the Ml Bowl
t ing Lanes have been a busy -
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place; the reason la the Excel. w
slor League is about to get rol- Over 400 Customers Can't be OLORSCOPE
ling and these:<< major leaguers Wrong!

and are sharpening spares for what up their will be strikes tho Auto Liability :Insurance;

greatest ,season of bowling Mi. .
ami has ever seen. The ten For everyone with low, low down payment

teams are polled and ready each No one .turned down
with the endeavor to be on top S. R. 22's
when the season ends next June. Written while you wait SHOWN AT 7:20

The league opens on Thursday, -- --
Sept. 14 and the public U in Service-First Insurance NEXT ATTRACTION- -
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league bowling every Thursday 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE "NAKED EDGE"
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Jaycees to MeetThe Announcement THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

'f" Building BeingDemolished There will be I .
Mortnwe. i Miami Junior a singing contest SATURDAY SEPTEMBER
2 1961 PAGE 9
:. Chamber of Commerce will hold on Sunday, Sept. 3, 4 p.m. at ,
its next meeting at the beautiful 2310 NW 68th St., featuring
Furniture for tale Hampton House on Wednesday, choir No. 1 of Union Apostolic,
Sept. 6 at 8 p.m. Temple. Come out and enjoy I
Very Cheap The, yourself.) There Is no admission ;
president would like to ;;Liiiiij; ;;
}i Bed, studio couches, tables thank all persons who were charge. Sponsored by the Young I

'!, chairs, chests, dressers present at the dinner meetingat Matron of Bethel Temple.
;, Refrigerators Stoves the Hampton House restau 4
rant. Beauticians Unit to
: No Dealers The meeting, on the 6th of
September plans to be a lively Sponsor, Benefit
1418 N.W. 7th Ave. By DAVE BONDU -
one. Rudolph
Levarlty. chair- Beautician's
Unit No. ,7 la
Miami, Florida man of the planning committee sponsoring a Dance and Hair f

will present some Interesting Style show for the benefit of, : the ........ ........ _
facts.
United Negro College Fund at TilE Dinah off
Washington Show Miami before taking for
the
King O' Hearts
I ___ ... NW 17th ave. on Club Thursday 6000 brought out many faces such at Nassau there was Goergette
Freddie Reese of West Palm Campbell of Georgette's Tourist
The 'New and night Sept 14, starting at 10 Beach, Bess Shirley from
Beautiful Interracial o'clock. Fort Home Mary Blue, owner of a
Mrs. Marion Lauderdale Fred Hanna, Mr. chain grocery in West Palm 1
ergtlc chairman Muldrow, the ,en and Mrs. Lovell Richardson, Mr Beach and white taking up
of this commit* and Mrs. Sam Rabin Dave Pro- two-thirds of the space. Flip
CLUB ANTIGUAN tee promises a great variety of
the blnsky King Coleman and leads Wilson was on the scene and
latest hair styles and spicy. of others.
entertainment in Bobby Marshall open. C;yde's staff Johnny Williams
addition to ed hla show with the the
Pattle oft Band Box Barber Shop;
,519 Pembroke Road Hallandale Fla. dancing.forth to help This reach effort the Is being Dad put Bowen Trio followed by the pop. art d Luckyyon the door.
e
ular
recording the Dells. .
County group Gloria Matthawg, had a birth.
Proudly Presents a Fun-filled Labor Day Weekend UNCF drive quota. The of this year's They opened with "My Baby. day party Mind' there were other
more money Juut Care For Me," followed by birthday parties goingon that I
SEPTEMBER 1 2 3 raised the more
4
worthy studentscan
be aided Basle's tune, "Little Darling." didn't find out about Sgt.
through scholar-
Featured in The Famous ships In one of the 33 member These boy were Just wonderful. Duty Robert Jackson Vanilla
colleges of the UNCF. Next Dinah opens and sings, William, Miami's exotic queen
TRINIDAD ROOMTHE Assisting committee chairman "Love Love" then into sports writer Leo Armbrlster
Muldrow "Don't Go To Strangers" and Sue Harris, Darnell Ward and
FABULOUS "Poet of The Hammond Organ" Mae Ceasar are, Winifred Mesdames Brook Willie I she knocked the audience out people who were lined up for a
,
Elene Scott, Elizabeth Merchant plttti: her 'red dress and red whole block. Again it proves
TERRELL Mildred Monroe Corrle Jackson sponge shoes Next came that people will go to a nlte
Washington, Opal King some nice things from her club to see big stars and pay for
and Maggie ,Henderson. "Bessie Smith Album". Then it.
PRUDE Ticket can be changed ?e r pa ..with a Cha
purchased In
,
( ; belt l"T u1" 1
advance from your. beautician Cha l 'Ldt e Walked In". A new organization is born .
And His Magnificent for $1.00 at the door fl.,25. Then ehe perched on a bar stool Ware's Private Detective Agency
Trio to blast an old standard "What located at 301 NW 19th St.
Organ featuring Will I Tell My Heart. Anywayyou suite 3, owned and operated by
The Sensational Crusade For Christ look at it Dinah la still Johnnnie Ware.IRETrY .

DAVE AIKENS .F September 7 thru 10, con. Dinah. She had Ed Cook spell-
Drums and Vibes and ducted by the "Path to the King bound. The lights go down, the GIRL of The Week:
dom Bible Circle." at 2266 house: gets quiet and Dinah Jeaste! Smith Pretty Boy of
The Wonderful Bunche Park Center. Evangelist sings "If I Loved You" and the The week: Bruce MoCord .
"Dennis The Maggie Green speaker. Singling' crowd pleaser: "Our Love Id Man about Town: McVlcar
f and praying from various I Here to Stay." Like she says at Coleman.

I Menace"Baritone L _._ __ chorus and praying bands of the end, "The Queen la Here to
Tenor Alto I II this city. Everyone la welcometo Stay." I DUG THIS New Snnrtoa.
,
attend this glorious event. 'Miss Dinah then calls King Bowling Lanes In Fort Lauder.
I Flute and Clarinet. 'Y' Missionary Bessie Jackson Coleman up and he doe dale. They have 16 lanes and
director; Rev. M. MCMS, pastor "Moody Mood For Love" and the place Is just beautiful. All
Also starring the ever breaks it up. Dinah and the bowlers are welcome Yea,
popular M.C. and 'Dells come back with a thing It's Integrated. Everybody is
Singer the one and only SHARE A HOMEIN called "00' Ahead" and the welcome Walter Poole at
PAPA TREE TOP RICHMOND HEIGHTSA bow is climaxed with Bobby Knight Beat digging Dinah and
Washington {Dinah's 9-year-old throwing a birthday party for
Also "YUMMY TINA" the Vivacious One professional man, single, son doing the hully gully. June Mllane. Guests included
Limbo Dancer is looking for any person or ..M,rltn't forget that the dance Nancy Mllane and Paul Mllane
couple who is interested in music was played by Dizzy Jones Jessie Smith, Cindy Milano and
The Best of Steaks, Chops, Chicken and Hickory and Frank DuBoi. Delores Clinton Well, it finally hap-
living in
Smoked Barbecue. Short Orders and Featuring The a place like home. Coffee, Sir John secretary did a pened. We will get a traffic )'.
Finest Souse in All Florida. Mary Ellis, Cook An opportunity for a young helluva: job handling the reservations light at 62nd St. and 16th Ave. '
person who would like a .. same as Ida Moore. Thanks to our Sepia Mayor
For Reservations Call WA 3-9181 nice room at a very reasonable Dr. W. 'A. Patter son Jr., being Charles Hadley and Asst. County -
"
Plenty of Free Parking coaxed to do the hully gully Mgr., Hoke Welch. Now that
rate. All privileges. and reneged Charlie we have that light Live life
TfillllULL rilUDK YOUR HOST AND MANAGER
[Interested? i ockhart wan there and Al Mil every golden minute of It at
WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING Call PL 1.7148ThankYouMiamil I ler spending his last night In east you have a better chance
to live now. Peace.
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Saturday, Sept. 9, at the tween the ages .of 7 and 17
Liberty Square Community Center yean from 9 a.m .to 5 p.m.
I on NW 14th ave., the memo
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rorlty,. as co-toponeon and tho parent or have written permitlon.
of business. We graciously solicit continued 1 Dade County Optometric Allocation The slip below: may be III
year your
an sponsors will give free led out and returned with your
patronage and goodwill.ANNIVERSARY. eye check-ups to children be I child If you cannot attend.
i
r..r - r r r. n.

SPECIAL My child has my permission to have a free eye

check-up on Saturday, Sept. 9, co-sponsored by the Alpha

During Our Anniversary Week We Have Put Together a Wonderful Kappa Alpha Sorority and sponsored by the Dade.Op..

Show Featuring tometric Association
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8 Guys Who Really Swing a Mean Tune Parent's Name ..,................,....................................................


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Singing, Song stylist-A Crowd Pleaser I

Signed ..................................................................... (parent)
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After 4 p.m. And Let u. Serve You
TIL 5 A.M. That Famous Bahamian Dish! Conch Salad j

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMIKFLORIDA son, Archie Taylor, Frank }: n :2::
Richburg, Colin James.

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 ROYAL DRIVE INN .
Bill Lazier, capt., Sam Perry,

I Jack Fred Jenkins Forrest,, Earl Adolph Edge., Season, ..i ,.y

LOOKING THE i AMERICAN FURNITURE & TV ..Gvg'/N t./'tli....t
J ..'..'. Walter' Johnson, capt., Stan -
.. \ ley Campbell, Arthur Witten, OX 1-7959 NW. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
.
1'-1. .,'" .',
.t.< ... Gary James, William' Clark, Ir-
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SPORTS WORLD OVER t..,' i..'err.,. ., vin Bergman. SATURDAYKIRK
EASTERN AIR LINES FRIDAY AND
GOLDEN FALCONSLeo
"";:', By LEO B. ARMBRI8TER Armbrlster, capt., Eddie BELLA GILBERT
1 Thorpe, Ben Nixon, Robert Jack
.
-!......a.. 1'. I .. son, Levlngeton Smith, William DOUGLAS.DARVI ROLAND
-. .- - - - --- Glenn.
,
VACATION WOHTII will be gunning for top honors. THE
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Q'h
", WORKING FOR 12th FRAME III HATTERS -r- A

,.:*r.',: Taking a vacation from the Dennij: Peaks, capt., Bille Ray to, FightRay .
RA'CERS.In
daily routine of one's activities Johnson, Johnnie White, Clyde Roblnton: signed to fight
I
vls delightful experience Young, Duke Jenkins, Willie Willie Greaves in Detroit's new
;
a very Mumford. Arena, Sept. 25. _
and certainly it is a period that Convention ONsMAScope
we look forward to with great OLYMPICS Greaves is 25 and holds the Ca- Color b O. ", s ;,
anticipation and expectation. ,Willie Fenderson, capt., Willie nadian middleweight crown.ATTENTION XIJIjaa +
Looking the Sports Over for Nixon, Dardeen Baker, Ear. j jPLUS
r
the past few weeks has been en nest Hayes, Cyril Miller
joying thlfl wonderful session of WILSON RENTAL _
laxity even though it has tak James Mitchum, capt., Ted
en us on many jaunts to big Potter, John L. Edwards, 8 I m -
Business and professional -
sports attractions in many places. Williams, Bruce McCord, John
The Initial stop on our com Marshall. Families. Opportunity to

bined vacation-sport gazing ST. CLAIR CAFETERIA own the Our Wonderful
travels was Fenway Park Boston -
to witness this year's sec. Perry Duhart, capt., Sidney World Encyclopedia on s. 1 1 1 I
ond All-Star game It was here Duhart, C. Cooper, T. Graham, special offer direct from ; fi

we were treated to a baseball H. Turner. publishers. This set is being

same odd enough, to be printedin NEWS REALTY used in hundreds of Dade
bold type in the record books, Chuck Bridges capt., Dave
a 1.1 tie (between the Nationalsand Fu& rell, Frank Smith, James County School classrooms.
the Americans.We Terry, Eddie Johnson, Wilfred For free information writeor 1 / 1 I

skipped back home long Cox. .call. Cal Biehl.,
enough to1 join'' the Little, Wov .. HOT ySlIOIU'E'" '1' I v 1 / 1
man, who was packed and ready Sam McDaniel, capt., Charlie 3825 NW 193rd St.
to Jet to Pittsburgh to get to. Morgan, Earl Washington, Alfred .
gether with her sorors from allover Lewis, Otis Burns.
the nation at a convention. IIAGAN AND FONZATERRAZZO Opa Locka
This afforded us a wonderful SUNDAY WEDNESDAY
opportunity to scan this revolu- NA 4-9022
Jefferson! Hagan, capt., Fred '
tionized cjty, which 1 la the proud die L. Mason, Solomon Fergu- <' 3 BIG HITS
potuessor of the World's

Champions weak effort Pittsburgh to stay out Pirates.of the Iii *
The Pirates were making a GIRLS STATE SWIM CHAMPS I <

cellar and we saw St. Louis add METRO- i S'
to their misery by dropping "'", ::' '.) : ..:"'!. COLDWYNMAYER .'. .\
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them three straight times. They + ::;
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may not have looked like champions ;
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but the ardent supportof SHIRLEY IUAINEl 1 terribly'EEl
the Pittsburgh tans left no : # p II CAUM
doubt in your mind how they a ti + > l'b it him ktwtdrond the
felt about their team. x l 11RENCE HARVEY w*

As an added attraction, the
Pittsburgh Steelers and Detroit JACK HAWKINS
Lions, pro-football exhibition
was kicked off during our visit. r Ii
This was a good chance to sea Anwt
what the bolstering power of Big 'BtAUSTUN I
Daddy Liscomb has brought to PnxIudxxI
the Steeers.: Thii to W.WJwho
The Lions
getting M I In tM undbox
\ off to a fast first half won 21-17 U D and hi tov -a tvMi I
Pittsburgh la a city of very the lame llmel.NOOU
hospitable folks, and I had the
good fortune of meeting some
of the most; Wilson Allen, Gene UcCMTH't .........BOt MADOOrY..::.::. ........awus IIAI1EiS '
Baldwin, Frank Dorsey, Nor ClMfittco00 Aft4 MfTOOCOCO&d, 1
man Farrish and Percy Garland
SHOWN AT 9:00
gave us a big portion of Pittsburgh 1,____, ... ,
n :w: UWA.wrizg ..
to bring home with us;
and wouldn't you know Percy Tho HallandnJe Vikings Girls STARE!: INTO|\ THESE EYES

i Garland: who is a golf fiend of Swim Team motored to St.
our own calibre, made it pOSe Petersburg to compete In the J /f r
cilble for us to play the McKEes- Orange State Recreation Assoc -
port course, a very appreciated Intlon State Swim meet August RITZTHEATRE
gesture and a testing experiencewith 25.20 mid won state championship
the handicaps of the rolling honors. They qualified by You WIu
I hills as fairways finishing' first in the 4th and 6th
Rushing home with just along I district swim meet which w a 8 NOW SHOWING"Spartacus" BE DEADTOMAN
weekend left, we were re held at Dixie Park Pool in Hal- "
solved to really rest for a few landale July 20. They finishedthe
season with a perfect record In Color
hours', when the Missus suggestrd -
a hop to Nassau to completethe competing in seven meets during Starring ,,,BUT ALIVE
circle no ,persuasion was the summer undefeated ...... .... KIIIK DOUGLAS o ;,,
WOODY STRODE IN!
DEATH!
necessary and there we were in Left to right: Ida Scott, 011. TONY CURTIS
Nassau rushing with the crowdto bara Drown. Sandra Jones, Oil Continuous Showing Daily auj"P,' '
the Cat 'N' Fiddle, to hear ver Davit/ coach; Carolyn Pratt, With Features Starting at
and we, Dinah Washingtonreign Jennet Brown and Luevenla 2:00: 5:30: &; 0:00: p.m. .
as the official queen of Brown. '
y 'y i

song.We were intrigued by the is. I I
land's answer to our baseball I
rrlcket matches. We saw a i r
match 'between St. Albans and Preston
Nursery School
I
St. George and learned that :
much of the art and skill of
bowling (pitching) and battingand REGISTRATION IN PROGRESS : SHOWN AT
fielding that we have in I II 10:50
baseball) are alto utilized In I
cricket. We had a wonderful OPENS SEPT. 5, 1961 :
climaxing weekend. Vacationsare
good, and I have my doubts ANY
If there could be one better 2135 N.W,158th St. Phone NA 1-6109 I
than the one we just had.MAJOR II I

III AGUE HOWLING Mrs. Elodia M. Preston in charge :

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In recent: days the Mi Bowling I II II I I

Lanes have been a busy '"
place; the reason la the Excel : OLORSCOPESHOWN
sior League is about to get rolling Over 400 Customers Can't be Wrong! :
and the: sharpening up their strikes Auto t
Liability :Insurance :
and spares for what will be tho

ami greatest has season. ever seen.of bowling The Mi.ten For everyone with low, low down payment :

teams are polled and ready each No one ,turned downS.

with the endeavor to be on top R. 22's Written while you wait AT 7:20
when the season ends next June. -- -
The league opens on Thursday, NEXT ATTRACTION
Sept. 14 and the public IB Invited Serv/ce-F/rsf Insurance Agency "NAKED
to come and see major EDGE"
league +'bowling every Thursday 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355 : "MORGAN THE
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BeingDemolished iMortnwe Miami Junior will be a singing contest I
"::;' Chamber of Commerce will hold on Sunday, Sept. 3, 4 p.m. at I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 PAGE 9
its next 2310 NW 68th St., .. ..
meeting at the beautiful featuring ",.-ot, _
Furniture for tale Hampton House on Wednesday! choir No. 1 of Union Apostolla
Very Cheap Sept. 6 at 8 p.m. Temple. Come out and enjoy!:
The, president would like to yourself.) There Is no admission
il Bfsd, studio couches, tables thank all persona who were charge. Sponsored by the Young
chairs, chests, dresser present at the dinner meeting Matron of Bethel Temple. Around Miami
;ti. Refrigerators, Stoves at the Hampton House restau
rant. Beauticians Unit
: No Dealers The meeting, on the 6th of to
September plans to be Sponsor, BenefitBeautician'
a lively
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N.W. 7th Ave. one. Rudolph Lerarlty, chair- By DAVE BONDU -
Unit No. 7 Is
Miami, Florida man of the planning committee, sponsoring a' Dance and'Hair
will present some interesting Style show for ...
facts. the benefit of the ,._
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..... II the'United King Negro O' Hearts College Club Fund, '6000 at THE Dinah Washington Show Miami before taking oft for
-r- NW 17th brought out many faces such at Nassau there was Goergette
ave.
on Thursday
Freddie Reese of West Palm Campbell of Georgette's Tourist.
The 'New and Beautiful night Sept. 14, starting at 10 Beach, Bess
Interracial o'clock. Shirley from Fort Home, Mary Blue owner of a
Mrs. Marlon Muldrow Lauderdale Fred Hanna, Mr. chain grocery in West Palm
ergtic chairman of this, the ,en and Mrs. Lovell Richardson, Mr, Beach and whites taking up
CLUB tee promises commit and Mrs. Sam Rabin, Dave Pro- two.thirds of the space. Flip
ANTI.GUANp19 a great variety of
the latest hair styles and spicy blnaky, King Coleman and scadsof Wilson was on the scene and
entertainment in addition to others. Bobby Marshall open. Clyde's staff, Johnny Williamsof
ed his show with the Pattie the Band Box Barber Shop
Pembroke Road Hallandale, Fla. dancing.forth to help This reach effort the is being D a d put e Bowen ular Trio followed by the pop and Lucky' on the door. ;
County recording group, the Dells. Gloria Matthaw, had a birth.
quota of this
Proudly Presents a Fun-filled Labor Day Weekend UNCF drive. The year's They opened with "My Baby day party'and there were other
SEPTEMBER 1,2,3,4 raised the more worthy more studentscan money' Juwt Care For Me," followed by birthday parties going on that I
be aided through scholar- Basle's. tune, "Little Darling" didn't find out about Sgt.
Featured in The Famous ships in one of the 33 member These boya were Just wonderful.Next Duty, Robert Jackson, Vanilla
college of the UNCF. Dinah opens and sings, Williams, Miami's exotic queen,
TRINIDAD ROOMTHE Assisting committee chairman "Love Love" then Into sports writer Leo Armbrister,
FABULOUS Muldrow are Mesdames Willie "Don't Go To Strangers" and Sue Harris, Darnell Ward and
"Poet of The
Hammond Organ" she knocked the audience out,
who lined
Mae Ceasar, Winifred Brook, people were up for a
Elene Scott, Elizabeth Merchant,, 'p'.obi: her 'red dress and red whole block. Again it proves
TERRELL Mildred Monroe, Corrie Jackson, aponge shoes Next came that people will go to a nlte
Eloulae Washington, Opal King some nice things from her club to see big stars and pay for
and Maggie. Henderson "Bessie Smith Album". Then it.
1 it< ,. ...PRUDE Tlcketa cab be purchased, 1 in changed er' pag ..'with a Cha ,
advance from your. beautician Cha bell AM1"L ive Walked In". Anew organization is born .
And His Magnificent for $1.00, at the door fl.,25. Then she perched on a bar stool Ware's Private Detective Agen'
Organ Trio featuring to blast an old standard, "What cy, located at 301 NW 19th St.
Will I Tell My Heart." Anyway suite 3, owned and operated by
The Sensational _-* Crusade For Christ you look. at it Dinah Is still I Johnnnle Ware.ITTY .
DAVE AIKENS September 7 thru 10. conducted Dinah. She had Ed Cook spell. _
-Drums and- -Vibes d. and foy the "Path to the King bound. The lights go down the GIRL of The Week

I The Wonderful dom Bible Circle." at 2266 house gets quiet and Dinah Jessie Smith Pretty Boy of
: Bunche Park Center. Evangelist sings flIt I Loved You" and the The week: Bruce MoCord .
"Dennis The Maggie Green, speaker. Singlingand crowd pleaser: "Our Love .la Man about Town: McVlcar
praying from various I Here to Stay." Like she says at Coleman.I .
Menace"Baritone chorus and praying bands of the end "The Queen Is Here to

Tenor, Alto, this city. Everyone is welcome Stay." DUO TilE New Sunrise
Flute and Clarinet. to attend this glorious event. 'Miss Dinah then calls King Bowling Lanes in Fort Lauder-
r ,,, Missionary Bessie Jackson, Coleman up and he does dale. They have 16 lanes and
Also starring the ever ? lllKfett BI director; Rev. M. MMS, pastor "Moody Mood For Love" and the place is Just beautiful. All
| breaks it Dinah and the
up. bowlers are welcome .Yes,
popular M.C. and HVfel H Dells come back with a thing it's integrated. Everybody is
Singer the one and only flb PKihk lMHHHHH SHARE A HOME called "Go Ahead" and the welcome Walter Poole at
PAPA TREE TOP : IN RICHMOND HEIGHTSA how Is climaxed with Bobby Knight Beat digging Dinah and
Washington, {Dinah's' 9-year-old throwing a birthday party for
Also "YUMMY TINA" the Vivacious One professional man, single, son doing the hully gully. June Milane. Guests included\
Limbo Dancer is looking for any person or Iurltn't forget that the dance Nancy Milane and Paul Milane,
couple who is interested in music was played by Dizzy Jones Jessie Smith Cindy Milane and
The Best of Steaks Chicken and
Chops, Hickory and Frank DuDolae. Clinton .
I living in Delores Well, It finally hap
a place like home.
.. Smoked Barbecue. Short Orders and Featuring The An Coffee, Sir John secretary did a pened. We will get a traffic ).|
Finest Souse in All Florida. Mary Ellis, Cook. opportunity for a young helluva: job handling the reservatlon light at 62nd St. and 15th Ave f
: person who would like a *, same as Ida Moore. Thanks to our Sepia Mayor. ,
For Reservations Call WA 3.9181 nice room at a very reasonable : Dr. W. 'A. Pattereson Jr., being Charles Hartley and Asst. County -
": Plenty of Free Parking rate. All coaxed to do the ,hully gully Mgr., Hoke Welch. Now that
M, TEIU LL PRUDE, YOUR HOST AND MAXAGKIl Interested privileges. and reneged Charlie we have that light Live life
''' ? Lockhart wan there and Al Mil every golden minute of it at
WATCH FOR GRAND OPENING Call PL, 1-7148 ,ler spending his last night in east you have a better chance
tq live now. Peace.
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Thank You Miami Saturday, Sept. 9, at the tween the ages ..of.7 and 17
Liberty Square Community Cent years from 9 am .to 5 p.m.
I ''t.-r: on NW 14th ave., the mem I
We are grateful for your patronage during our first : ben of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority Children must come with a
as co-feponeon and tho parent or have written perm!,-
year of business. We graciously solicit your continued I Dade County Optometric AMOCatlon Ion, The slip beow: may be filled
aa sponsors will give free out and returned with your
patronage and goodwill.ANNIVERSARY. eye checkups to children be I child if you cannot attend.

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check-up on Saturday, Sept. 9, cosponsored by the Alpha
Our Anniversary Week We Have Put Together a Wonderful Kappa Alpha Sorority and sponsored by the Dado .Op-

Show Featuring tometric Association. ,
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SAYS:


81st ME ETING = 4Zor
BAPTIST I understand there Is a campaign -
the-wiv-
out-
by to eliminate
who have refused to accept their National Baptist Contention the bal low waste disposal on our roads. the best In;
N.Y. In answerto l denying to Ito members ?
Brooklyn, defeat. Pray for us and pray for I ot this war to curb
I
of grow I: approve '
various indications reuniting of I those men who would wreck our lot. aotoriats low ways on the high- lair weev visit'r

ing sentiment forces In a the National rays. The cluttering up of park call the ModTntstic -i

Baptist Convention, U.S.A.,, Inc. rays Is litter-ly taking money Beauty-
Baptist claimants TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA of our .Dockets, since It costs
two mt
be seen. One of the THE MIAMI Salon. II a i r' <
can -
dollars, an unidy .
came nllllone of tax
to ,the presldescy '
forth with a ssatement when PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 sum, to clean up the mes covers.ald .1

questioned .by a national news- The waste, which must be t .
here this hazard. Trash thickens ,and :'
correspondent safety
paper erased, Is a : :.II
I the :
week. a crash, creating more lengthens ,
may cause nothing' of thelangers hair and the s <'.,".\,' .
Dr. Gardner Taylor, pastor of of Omegas Ask Extensionof debris, to to life say Itself. It is alsot hair can be'

Concord Baptist Church fire hazard. When I see the styled beautifully.
Brooklyn indicated that he was debris In this land of the free,
SALE
ready to abide by the majority I turn, and do d flow COMMERCIAL HAIR FOR
to anger
opinion of the 5,000,000 memberbody Commissionand burnt! COLLINS, Technician
at the convention in Kansas 'Rights' SALLIE
City, Mo. Labor Day week. J think I have a solution to ELMYUA E. FANNIN Prop.
of the highways
his car-ruption Salon
Modernistic Beauty
The Omega training.In be given a one-
WASHINGTON jitterbugs should
Brooklyn Phi
from Psi
The president addition, Omega
stated: Psi Phi Fraternity, Inc., on the Fraternity decided to serve as lay's sentence cleaning up the 826 N.W. 3rd Ave.
final day of its 50th anniversary national organizations rash left by other litterbugs
several FR 4.9944
ot
Park one will
the Sheraton road. Thus they
thank the pastors conclave at a long the
"I want to which will sponsor pro
here this week, asked not to dispose of their
convention for the countless Hotel million dollarsfor earn
of our Ject to raise one
messages of support and encouragement President Kennedy and Congressional the construction of a Medical waste in haste.
extend the U.
during the past leaders to Research Center in W e s t
expressedthe S. Commission on Civil nights
You have rightly Africa.
year. least five
at
our for a period of
Issue of keeping
true
convention in the hands of all years, it was announced today by The sponsors of the resolution RUPTURED ?
of the delegates Instead of in the H. Carl Moultrie I, National executive stated that the project will be a '

hands of a few who stand to gain secretary of the fratern "contribution by America, designed IlWotflve No.Sw.!.al Offl. ',..M..h.<.DUeorjJTram UOW
Jo -
bond of affinity CtvrwMoa.. Appr t<-
financially and otherwise. to serve as a After
ity.The 871 delegates at the convention between our country Add COST.' DISEASESDR.
lament with all my being represent some 22,000 the peoples of Africa." The center PILES RECTAL

the"I Valley of Sorrow and shame college men and graduates will serve aa a research LONG'S CLINIC 1I./.:&?.n..! tr '
denomination for the "utilization of
through which our throughout the United States. workshop
is now passing. I h a v o the raw and natural health resources -.--...&>> _...""-II. '_-- ..,
honorable means at The fraternity's resolution said of Africa," and will open
Bought every Phi Fraternity, Incorporated
con. "Omega Psl tremendous new area for
our a
negotiate up
my flitting disposal claims to as to the presidency considers that the experiments; provide the means BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
National Baptist United States Commission on for ferreting out the cause: and

Convention of ,the U.December S. A., Inc.to I sug-the Civil Rights contribution has made to the an pro invaluable cure serve to of raise tropical health diseases standards., and Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

gested last of civil rights in this coun
other contender for the presi- gress 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
meet and try to try and its continued existence 1201 N.W.
dency that we to further realization
devise a formula of harmony. ij: indispensable through the Federal EXPERT WATCH AND BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
In
My request' received that no reply.neitherthe Government of the national goalof CLOCK REPAIRS Binders 85* to 1.40 Nifty Binders
March, I suggested
would equal opportunity for all. 5 to tae
other contender nor I Sheets Composition
at Kansas "Therefore, be it resolved that Andrews' Jeweler .
attempt to preside Ballpoint Pens 10* 08* Books 25$ 40@PoKoNo
City until an election is held. I the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity: 303 N.W. 2nd Ave
; ggetedthe names of Dr. Inc., recommends to the President Seta 2.08 Gifts
Adam Powell, pastor of the I and Congress that the life All work guarantee. I Straightening Bridge Keno Sets 1.08

Abyssinian Baptist Church, Dr. of I the Commission on Civil 40 V..... In Busln M Combs 70* 2.08 Irons sc. 2.08
Benjamin Mays, president of nights be extended for a periodof FR 30152

Morehouse College or Dr. Mor- at least five years." OPEN DAILY 4. SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

decal Johnson, presidentemeritus The fraternity officially com
of Howard University be mended the Commissioners of JOHN A. McMINN. Owner

asked to preside until an election the District of Columbia "for JOIN THE NAACP! --... 4. ""iM ..EJ _
I could be held. No reply was their dauntless efforts in promo I

I made to this suggestion. I am ting fair employment practicesby .._ _- _4. ------ - __ .a
! still open to any honorable proposal firms engaged In business iu
I and prior to the opening Washington," and for making an <
I I of the convention I will ask a I offer of services to the Metropolitan ',:' For The 'Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

deputation to wait on the llcv. Board of Trade, fisancial Institutions
Mr. ,Jackson with a proposalthat and other business organizations .
'we have an election ba3ed ,and firms to help institute .
I I on mutually acceptable and merit employment programs t B'ONDED s"
1 proper rules of voting."I "In recognition of the Inherent -
problems of increased
I
call on all Baptist to pray and welfare \

fervently Father may that be the set House In order of Our for costs crime,resulting delinquency" from discriminatory :

its great Kingdom possibilities. practices. COLLECTION iv
of Omega joined
To that end, I am willing to do The men Lambda Sorority
Phi
honorable thing, either as with Iota .
isy of business "
organization
follower of any man a national
leader or as
women, In urging the Commissioners
the people say they want. and the D. C. Commls-

"In your name and for tho sloers' Council of Human Relations : AGENCY Inc.The ,
motivate certain private y
sake of the denomination we to .. s
In Washingtonto ,
schools
love, those of us whom you buslneess f
"their racially restrictive -
elected at Philadelphia have cease
the ugliest, policies" due to the interrelationship -
faced and endured
employmentCareCraftf collection and rental
between
most slanderous charges by those largest


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Negro Housing areas
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Get Your Free Cheat THE MIAMI TIMES -,- MIAMI, FLORIDA


X-Ray NowDr. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961


T. E. Cato, director Dade
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Health County, announced Department today of Public that Florida Normal to Make
chest x-rays will be available at
the following locations for all
persons 18 years of age and over,

Florida State Board of Health Alumni Survey
Unit No. 3 on loan to the Dade
County Tuberculosis Association -
will be located at Service Drug, ST. AUGUSTINE A very intensive progress being made by
1240 NW 3rd Ave. on Thursday, survey will be conducted students andjor
August 31 from 1 p.m. to p.m. this year by the executive Florida Normal.Mr. .
and 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. A Vacant secretary of the Florida Normal Jackson alo stated
Lot on NW 14th st. at 4th are. and Industrial .Memorial College
very large percentage of
will be the location on Friday, Alumni in order to help determIne teachers and educators
Sept. 1 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. the role graduates of this institution state of Florida has made
and G p.m. to 8 p.m. of higher learning are professional contact with
playing in the field of
education
George's Grocery, 1520 'NW in the state of Florida. ida "Normal and Industrial
5th Court on Tuesday, Sept. 5 mortal College during the
from 1 to 4 p.m. Also on Tues- This special announcementwas years and that great efforts
day the unit will be located from made today by John L. be made to re-establish a :
5 to 8 p.m. at NW 5th place be. Jackson, executive secretary of fessional relationship with
the Florida Normal National
tween 15th ;
and 17th sts. persons.
Alumni Association, who stated
Wednesday. Sept. 6 Charles that he along with other memo An estimated 50,000 or
Market, 340 NW 16th Terrace bers of the college's public rela. persons have received Jndt:1
from 1 to 4 p.m. Also on Wednesday tions staff would visit some Associate of Arts and
from 5 to 8 p.m. on NW eight major areas of the state of Arts degrees from this rY
15th st. between 3rd and 4th during the 'first six months of'' 70-year-old church-related
avea. the 19 61-62 college year as a tution, whose history
means of receiving first hand information an existence in Live Oak,
Thursday, Sept. 7 at National as to the work and sonville and St. Augustlse.
Freezer, 1849 NW 1st ave. with f
hours from 12 noon to 3 p.m. ;
and 4 p.m. to 7 pan.
Friday, Sept 8 Ritz Tower
Apts., NW 3rd ave. at 19th st. Miami ROTC Cadets
with 5to8p.m.hours from 1 to 4 p.m. and



Assemble Witnesses atNorthwestern to Complete- TrainingTALLAHASSEE -

Twentyseven
Reserve Officers' Training
Corps cadets from Florida A&M
The Watchtower Bible and University recenty: completed a $1,000 DOWN
Tract Society of New 'York, re slx-week ROTC summer training Open Sunday
cently announced its plans to program at Ft. Benning, Ga.
sponsor a three-day circuit assembly Cadets ranking number one and NEW HOMEIf
for Jehovah's Witnesses two among FAMU cadets were
in Miami, Sept. 8-10. Roland Carey of Miami and you are looking for .
Upwards of 800 delegates from Jesse V. Meyers of Tampa. thing different in a 3-

are South expected Florida's to circuit attend sessions No. 20 I I The 27 FAMU cadets participated room, 2 bath, Florida

to be held at Northwestern Sen. I in six weeks of intensive garage, come to
for High School. general military training which
According to Bennie Crump, permitted them to put into prac 3011 N.W. 52nd
tice the military theory taughtin
spokesman for the group, assem the I. GORDONMO
classroom. The entire
bates of this
type are held eemi-
annually and the purpose is to training period was designed so 5.6870
that
each cadet was afforded
train
Jehovah's Witnesses In I
I maximum oportunity to participate
their ministry in
; fact, the in individual
and small
theme set for the
convention is,
unit tactical
problems and to
"Walking in the Name of Jehovah
develop traits of
Forever." leadership necessary
to function effectively in
The program will include the role of a leader.
morning, afternoon and evening Northwestern Senior
sessions devoted to Bible talks, Cadets who successfully com High
discussions and demonstrations pleted the. summer camp and
on conducting home Bible stu who otherwise qualify\ will be
dies. There will be a baptism of commissioned second lieutenantsin
new ministers on Saturday. the Army upon completion of Adult Education Center
Henry L. Brissett, from world their second 'year
headquarters in Brooklyn, New
Miami cadets successfully
York will be 7007 N.W. Twelfth Avenue
the key speakeron completing summer camp train
the program. Mr. Brissett has ing were Eugene F. Scott, Em. PLaza 4.5491Announces
been in the ministry for the past ory C. Collier, Perrine; Walter
41 years and is now the district Markham (selected as outstanding
supervisor for Jehovah's Witnesses cadet at Co. Guard Mount Registration For The Fall Term
in southeastern United Ceremony); Roland Carey,
States. His public. talk will climax George L. Campbell. REGISTRATION BEGINS AT ONCEC'lasses
the assembly of ministersat
3 p.m., Sunday the 10th. The 5 1961
subject will be, "Uniting Men in Begin September ,
a Split-up World." Fairy LandKindergarten
Reginald H. General, circuit Adult High and Evening Trade School
director for congregations in OFFICES OPEN. Hours, Full Time and
Florida circuit No. 20 will also !. now open for registration.Six Adult Business Part Time
be a featured speaker. Mr. Gen
eral directs the ministry work of months to 5 years of age School Hours AT 2tOO P.M. 3:30.10100 p.m.
the congregations'' to be repre Pick up and delivery 3:30.6130 p.m.
sented. Hot,meals,milk served daily
7:00 10:00 7100.10:00
The last convention for this p.m. pm.
circuit was held in Miami'.
New Hope Church
Booker T. Washington High MOST COURSES APPROVED FOR VETERANS
School. Some 900 person were 6600 N.W. 15th Avenue
in attendance. General Academic and Business Courses
Call OX 1-8832 or

FR 4-4039 American History English Typewriting

DON'T COST THEY PAY Mrs. Scott American Government Algebra Bookkeeping

MIAMI TIMES ADS General] Science GeometryRfology Shorthand
Trigonometry Reading Improvement
Physics Public Speaking General Mathematics

Chemistry Creative Writing Pre-High School,

NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMES" Grades 1 through 8

Vocational and Trade Training Courses

Sold 35 already-Demand so great
Tailoring Dry Cleaning
We have built more Cabinet and Millwork TV and Radio Service .--

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CERTIFICATES OF PROFICIENCY AWARDED UPON
Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m. r
SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF TRADE COURSES

$1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH High School Diplomas Awarded on The Basis of Sixteen (16)

....- Units of Earned Credits

Rothman Registration fee $2.00 for each course A nominal fee is charged for
Milton Business Machine and 'Shop courses for supplies used.

7287 S.W. 57th Avenue .CAFETERIA COUNSELING SERVICES LIBRARY

Phones MO 7.2561 or MO 6-8407 PADB COUNTY rUIJUO SCHOOLfl

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Mt. Olivette Matrons' SPIRITUAL along with the excutive director,

1 10250 S.W. 176th St. Don Swanson and the assistant

PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 Observe Anniversary, Perrine, Fla. director, Mrs. Martinet, and the
president, Rev. E. T. Graham
-- Rev. Ernest Hutcheson, pastorFAREWELL and members of the Greater Miami
You are invited to join in with SERMONOn Ministerial Alliance for

CARDSMEMORIALSMEMORIAM the Young Matrons of Mt. Oli Sunday morning Rev. Hut- their support in the apPoInt.

vette Baptist Church in observing chetion Jr., who has servedthe ment.

___ ."-J.t... _;:J_ _' their 6th anniversary, Friday church as pastor farewell since July sermon.He 1959. 'Mr., Hutcheson solicits the
.::4 night, Sept. 1 ,at 7:30, at will deliver his
continued
and goodwillof
CARD OF THANKSMrs. has tendered his resignationas prayers
IN he church, 1450 NW 1st Ct.
pastor to serve as an associ his many friends in this new

of Marie Miller ate chaplain and houseparent at endeavor to serve God and our
In sad ''but loving memory Home for Boys dear country the United
and wife of the late, the Dade County
our mother, grandmother HERBERT MILLER jvlll be at Dade County Cemeteryon and Girls (Division B) at Ken. States, of America.

aunt, JOSEPH wishes to thank the neighborsand Sept. 1.
who;MRS.\departed WYENIA this life August 26, friends for kindness shown dall.The Rev. Mr. Hutcheson was: ST. JAMES A. M. E.
bereave trained for the ministry at the
of
1959. during those hours Range Baptist Theological Rev. M. McNeal Harris, minister
American
Gone, but not forgotten. May ments. Thanks for your sympathy NaJhville, Tenn., and Sunday School . . 9:30:
she rest in peace.. messages and flowers'. Mrs. Eula Conway of 16721 Seminary, with the bachelor of Morning worship . 11:00

Mrs. Llllle M. Allen, Dght. Thanks again. NW 17th Ct., died Aug. 25. A graduated In 1948. Evening worship . 7:00:
8 nieces, 1 nephew, Marie Miller native of Lyons, Ga., she livedin I Theology degree
And Family Miami since 1960 and was a He wishes to express appreciation Sunday, Sept. 3, will be observed -
grandchildrenAnd
6
to the Dade County author-
as Monthly Holy Com.
Church,
Mr. Charlie Brice, member of First Baptist

A Friend CARD OF THANKSWe Opa Locka. She id survived by JCJCXX: : ;} ;QOC'Q'Fairy munlon Day.
her husband, Larren, a son, At the morning worship choir
parents, Josh Baker No 2 will: render the music. Thepastor's
+ IN MEMORIAM the family of the late and Carlton Mrs., her Emma Rogers, nine Land Nursery subject "Go and: Pre.
MRS. MIRIAM PRATT
sisters and four brothers. Services pare.
In memory of our dear sister, would like to take, this oppor were held. Wednesday in And KindergartenOPENS In the evening service there

niece and aunt, tunity to express our sincere First Baptist Church. will be sermonette by the pastor
MISS DARLENA STRICKLAND .hanks and appreciation to the SEPT. 5 Music by choir No. 1.

who departed this life August 28, many neighbors, and friends Mrs. Miller of 2505 NW 5:30 Our annual Woman's Day observance
1960.A who were so kind and understanding 160th' St. died Aug. 25. She lived 6:30 a.m. p.m. will be October 15. Mesdames

light B from our householdgone during our hours of be- in Miami for 13 years and All ages' to 5% years Ethel Grice, general chair-

reavement. Many thanks for was a native of Walterboro, S.C. man; Martha Nicholson, co-
A voice we loved Is stilled, your flowers, telegrams, cards She is survived by a daughter, Free pickup and delivery chairman.
is vacant in home. and cars from friends. Special Simmons, a brother
A place our Mrs. Dorothy Meals served daily
.
thanks to the Bethel Williams
Which never can be filled John White, three grand
We have mourn the loss of one, Funeral Home and Father Theodore children and two sisters, Mes- New Church CorrectionIn
We did our best to save, R. Gibson of Christ Episcopal dames Martha White and Re- Hope
Beloved on earth, regrettedstill Church. May the Lord becca Johnson. Final rites will 6600 NW. 15th Ave. the list of teachers who' received -

I Bless' everyone of ,you. be, held; Sunday ''In Walterboro. .. Mrs ,Scott matter' degrees ;'at -FAMU
in the Marguerlta Whittle, which appeared in the Times'la
Remembered grave.
daughter I.. Tucker of 2466 t week the name of Annie M.
Mrs. Mary
Twas hard to part with one eo Call OX 1-8832 FR 4-4039
omit
dear, Joseph Pratt, eon NW 61st St., died August 27. Grant was inadvertently

We little thought the time was Fred Pratt, son She came to Miami more than s---- ':14,.: ::' : ted.
Edwin Pratt, son 40 from- Coleman- _. -
near, years ago -- -- --------- -.e---- ---- e"e"
Farewell dear one, your life to Harry Pratt, son She Is survived ,by three ua'i

past, ers, Homer, Julius and GUARANTEEDTV
Our love for you till the end Slnquefleld. Services will
will last. hed Saturday at 1 p.m. In St.
,DEATHSFrancis Paul AME Church. REPAIRSBIG
Elva M. Strickland, sister ,

Ruth Smart, sister
Leila Blackwell, aunt .....'" ""' ...I..",..... Mrs. Emma Clark of 2255 NW TRADE INS
48th St., died Aug. 27. She

Marlon Thelma,Mary Sims Sims Strickland, ,niece nephew-ln-law, niece . same from Americus to Miami, Ga.six She years is survived ago- CALL PL 4-0917

by two daughters, Mes.
Larry Sims, grand nephew Robert Miller Campbell of dames Sarah Moses and Florence Between 9 a.m. 6 p.m.
Edward Sims, grand nephew 1459 NW 6th place died at the
Paschal and
six
eons,
Kathy Sims, grand niece boro, Ga., Aug. 24 for final rites. James Eldridge Willie, Eddie SHELLEY SALES AND TV
The body was (shipped to Waynes- .
and Addison Carter, 26 grandchildren
CARD OF THANKS boro, Ga. Aug. 2 f4or final rites. 37 great grandchild 5601 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4.0917
: Survivors Include his father,
ren and one great great grand
Mrs1. Jessie L. Wynn, formerlyof Charlie: mother, Mrs. Lucy Mae child. The body was sent to

Moultrie, Ga., died in Atlanta Campbell and other relatives. Americus, Ga., Wednesday for

on August 22 and was laid final rites.
to rest In Atlanta on August 26. Baby Boy Nlckerson, son of
The family wish to thank the Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Nicker Arthur Stephens of 1661 NW TIRED! RUNDOWN!
many friends and neighbors for son of 2642 NW 49th St. died 63rd St., died Aug. 28. He came
condolenoes, telegrams and other Aug. 29. Graveside services will to Miami in 1929 from Mariana
means of sympathy. : be held in Paradise Cemetery lie is survived by his wife, Lulaa FEELING LOW! NERVOUS

Mrs. Bertha Waldon sister and two brothers. Services -

Mrs. Leona Duncan, Miami House of Albert will be held Saturday at 4 ..
Mrs. Izola Williams, P.m in the Church of Christ.
He is now in repose in the
West Hollywood
Mrs. Rose Neal, Liberty Carter of 330 NW chapel. Science has discovered this is due in most cases to
14th St., died August 21. Services '
Newark, N.J. were held Aug. 31 at 2 of
Mrs. Helen Reid 4701 NW vitamin and mineral deficiency.
Goinfi AtlantaMr.
Mr. Russell ,
p.m. In the chapel, Rev. Otis
24th Ct., died Aug. 28. She is
Oscar Coins
MunkJy officiated.I. survived by a son, Edward, her
Mr. Tyson Golns, Miami
mother. Mrs. Margaret Pol tier. ONE-TO-DAY Vitamins can bring you back to your
I. J. Outlaw died Aug. 26 !In a brother, Kenneth, a sister:
CARD OF THANKSThe .I the home of his daugher, Mrs. I Mrs. Ethel Brown and six aunts. old self again. You will lose that tired feeling, have

Annie M. Ward, 2176 NW 76thSt. Services will be held Monday at

family of the late Other survivors are a .son, 10 a.m. in Temple Baptist more strength, lose your nervousness.

....... ... Raymond, of Detroit, two broth. Church. Friend may call at the
I ers, five sisters and several grand chapel after 1 p.m. Sunday. .
and great grand children. He

L I was tent to Soperton, Ga., Aug. Roy Steward of 327 NW 14th TAKE THIS AD TO YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

30 for final rites. Terr. died Aug. 31. lie is survived
4 4 w by four brothers, Johnny, DRUG STORE AND GET A BOTTLE OF

Mrs. Lelar Benson of 10290 Troy, David and T. J.: five 'sisters

177th St., Perrlne, died Aug. 27, Mesdames Amelia Brown, I ONE-TO-DAY VITAMINSFor
Her survivors Include. 2 sons, a Amsle Laster, Clara Whittaker, I
daughter, four sisters, and three Bomon Lee Price and Ruby I
.
Only $1.25
brothers. Services will be con- Bishop and a friend, Mrs. Mercedes

ducted Saturday at 2 p.m. at Davis. Arrangements are
Mt. Morlah Baptist Church, Rev. Incomplete.Mrs. During this special offer

W. C. Edcar, pastor. She will ell
be on view, in the chapel from 12 Rebecca of 34 NW
\ noon Friday* 8th St., died Aug. 30. She had
lived !in Miami for 20 years,
Bradley of coming here from Indlapauolis,
I James 2145 NW Ind. She is survived by a sister,
'i# I Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida
:.; I .: "r'r GOth St., died suddenly at home Mrs. Elizabeth LaRue. The body
be sent to
August 29. He will
will be sent to Indianapolis for
I. f
,
I' t I
< Thomasvllle, Ga. Friday for ser.
,' '>10 final rites. ANNOUNCES
"'I.f, ', I I't vices. He will be on view at 1

1a > : .,:. t Ij'! .4 p.m. Friday. His survivors are Infant Girl Morgan, daughterof
; mother three sisters, six broth
) Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Morgan, New Combination
_ ., ers including Robert Bradley, 2 of 2132 NW 70th St., died Aug. HospitalAnd
1 ..}:*tl4..1 grandmothers and two aunts, 25. Graveside services were heldin

including, Mrs. Bessie Deal. Lincoln Memorial Cemetery.
SAMUEL L. HODGE Home Policy
of Richmond Heights take this
Janet Louise Hubbert daughter -
method of expressing thanks:
Richardson of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hub. Benefits
and appreciation to the Hospital to $15 day
many bert of 3101 NW 42nd St., died up per
friends who were so kind durIng
Al- Aug. 28. Graveside services were
Funeral serices for Mrs.
its hours of bereavement.
Thanks for your cards, letters bertha Calloway of 118 NW 1st conducted at Lincoln Cemetery. Home Benefits up to $20 per week

flowers, telegrams cars ave., who died Aug. 25 was held ....-..-....-....--
and all other kind gestures of Sept. 2 at 2 p.m. from the chapel
ALL IN ONE
sympathy. Mrs. Calloway Is survived by a HEADQUARTERS FOR POLICY

Special thanks to the pastor sister, Mrs. Victoria Johnsos. School SuppliesAt
members' and the Bethel Williams SPECIAL AMBULANCE, MATERNITY AND
Funeral Home for its sympathetic Funeral services for Stoy Petty common sense prices
and efficient service. of 247 NW 16th Terr., who MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL BENEFITS

Again thanks to everyone for died' Aug. 26. Mr. Petty is surviv JAMES
ed by a wife, Llthonla, a daughter ---f--
Your kindnesses
everything.
one grandson, Derrick WIN! 5 & 10 Cents Store
will never be forgotten.Mrs. .
Rutha Mae Hodge son, an adopted son, Larry. The 1200 NW 3rd Ave. Agents and Branches Statewide
body was shipped to Gainesville,
And FamilyAdvertise Corner 12th St.
( )
Ga. for final rites.
Contact one of our Agents or Branch Offices
Open dally 7:30 n.m. to 7 p.m.
Services for Infant Boy McRaeson
Sat. Closed Sun. Statewide for Additional
to 0
p.m. Information
of Mr. and Mrs. Willie James

It Pays! I McRae, who died August 30, -.NNNNM W....... ".-................






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CLASSIFIEDJUANITA'S THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA \ : { 1I{{ jJ 1 t-{ i'ta[ f\{;

KINDERGARTEN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1561 PAGE 13 REGISTRATION TIME AT
Pick up And delivery service'
September 6, 1961. Call OX COX KINDERGARTEN

12360. 89 HOUSE FOR RENT2BEDROOM jR
Caretaker for children at Registration Is now in progress. Parents, let5 us train

home. Pick up and,delivery, 1219 CBS your child while you work. We are licensed with,.:ce*&
NW 66th St. PL 73325. '
king Va block to school no crossings fled teachers, and o well planned program to meeVyourchild's
care of working moth- Why Climb Stairs Live by Yourself needs. School begrns September 5. For Informa-
ers'
children.
2831 NW 66th Phone St. OX 11569. Unfurnished tion call FR 1-8488 or OX 1-1834. B. .E. Cox, supervisor,

Newly Painted $17 a Week W. 0., Cox, manager.
Care for children. 6939 NW
20th Ave OX 1-7694. 5238 N.W. 24th Court 1- I\ } f 1 I\ >>J} }}

IF YOU ARE looking for a .
place for your child' health and
comfort, Little Folk Play 3-BEDROOM APT. MICHAEL'S KINDERGARTENIS
School, 3290 NW 45th St., NE .
2-F amil, House Air from four sides '
55283. Darena Davis, 2 to 6 'NOW OPEN FOR REGISTRATIONDaily
years. Large Sleeping Porch
S2
9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Hot and Cold Water Furnished
Pre-School Training Certified Teachers
Notice X.
ENOUGH
EJIG FOR TWO FAMILIES
School Begins September 5
,Miss Esther Southerland,
please call PL 7-7359 Monday or 2346 N.W. 56th Street $18 a Week 14140 N.W. 23RD COURT
Tuesday. Opa Locka

WANTED = 1J' .::::;: : ft S. v.,. MU 8.8141, School MU 1-4060, Residence

or Loving week In cars my baby home.sitter OX 1.9345 by day, See These Homes Today Mrs. Dorothy Gibson, R.N., owner
2060.NW 66th St. Apt. 1. 82


hours Servlc Station attendant: 8 No Down PaymentLow --.....-.--.....................__... 111 UI ........................
a day, six days a week. ,
Star Service Station, 1199 NW

62nd St. Low Closing Costs LIBERTY THEATRECOR.

SALESMEN 15TII AVE. AND aTTn STREET
.
-- .
Unlimited opportunities for "YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD THEATRE"
salesman and saleswomen with Lovely CBS'tile'foof, carporte, one mortgage. Only
leadership ability to train fora $71 a month. SUNDAY MONDAY
long-range lucrative career SEPTEMBER 8 4
_
program Phone FR 4-1561 for .
an appointment. GORGEOUS 3 BEDROOM CBS "THE APART DENT" i

TIIASH HAULING 2 baths, beautiful corner, tile roof. One mortgage. -
JA JACK LEMMON
Edwards' dependable trash I
Call hauling anytime.and transfer. OX 16264. LEGAL"REALTY" SHIRLEY HSaoLAINE I

MU 8-3923 PL 8-0290 1w7 Lfl1t FRED MaoRWRRAYMUAMO I
TMW\>""'I MTMTt !
FOR RENT NIGHTS SUNDAYS WEEK DAYSSALE __..__ _.__ _-w-- I
... .
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FURNISHED Apartment All :: :: :: ::;; 1 Plus "FRONTIER WOMAN"Announcing
utilities furnished. $12.50 per .
week. 620 NW 8th St., FR r ......--..............................................N.........- NN.MM.N.y
72902. Caretaker In Apt. 1.

:l-room cottages stove and refrigerator
and water furnished. SPECIAL The ReOpeningOf

72902.$10 weekly 669 NW 8th St. FR The Former

ATLINCOLN MAE'S BEAUTY CHESTSTEEN'S
E. PICARD
Rental Agency BEAUTY SALONErnestine
Rental collections; property ESTATESWHY
Management real estate
1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7.2902 Swain Holland, Prop.

3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex. RENT WHEN THERE ARE Matalie Grant, Manager Operator
Water is furnished. $12.50 week.
Mikel
ly. Call E. Picard Rental Agency 2 & 3 Bedroom Homes Yvette Operator
FR 72902. 6833 N.W, 15th Ave. OX 1-9924
With Many Special Features
DUPLEX APT. Large, 2 bedroom -
NOW AVAILABLE
beautiful Inside and out.
1128 NW 76th St. Adults only. WITH FHA MORTGAGES
Call PL 72726.FURNISHED TV OR RADIO TROUBLE?

Efficiency. $14. From $225 Down and $63 MonthlyModels PHONE PL 1-8381

Free gas water and electrlcty open daily at 10740 Old Cutler Rd., Gould HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50
4190 NW 32nd av..
Clearance sale going need TV radio
For Information Call on, space. ,
APARTMENT. One bedroom. $15 stereo, record players. Prices reasonable. All purchases -
4190 NW 32nd ave. DeCARLO AND JENNINGSHI and repairs guaranteed.. Free Delivery.

LOWEST RENT In town. 2> 4-4681 HI 6.0334TODAY KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVH MONEY

'bedroom apartment. $14. 3200 JOE SCOTT
-
NW 47th St. ,. AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR

A NICE ROOM Miami PL 1-8381
In a private : 923 N.W. 62nd Street,
home. Gentlemen over 30 years .. .
old. 1435 NW 67th St. : -

Bedroom, living room, B'DY A HO'.r.M" I
kitchen, bath, hot water, re. We Have Homes For Every Pocketbook"TELL
frlgerator and stove furnished,
pulet neighborhood NE-4.3259. Drive by these FORD REAL ESTATE BARGAINSand US WHAT YOU NEED"

.,
FOR SALE see these beauties. Then come by our office so 2-3-4 Bedroom Homes

"* that we can help you with the financing
PROPERTY FOR SALE. Deslr Low FHA Down Payments
able 25 foot business lot. Pem 1. 2997 N.W. 64th St:-$300 down $59.02 Mo. ,
broke Rd, between 40th and Come in or call us _
2. 1111 N.W. 55th Terr.-$650 down (includingclosing I.
-42nd aves. Carver Ranches. Reasonable
!! terms. S. Slavln PL costs) 'FENSTER REALTY PL 9-osii
83653. 82 3. 1177 N.W. 50th St.-$300 down $77.20 Mo.

NOT ? Free estimate 4. 1380 N.W. 51st Terr.-$400 down $63.69 Mo. 1260 N.W. 62nd Street "Buy With Confidence"

If you live In Liberty Cityor 5. 1830 ''N.W. 52nd St. $995 down

credit.Brownsville Pay,weekly.we will Rowlnc repairon (3 bedrooms 2 baths. Brand New) -. I ...._1 1 .1 IIr. v- Ll ,

TV 19426.6952 NW 18th Aye. Indf OX 6. 1510 N.W. 44th St.--$500 down (No closing ST. JAMES AME KINDERGARTEN
I II I costs)

4815 NW 21st Ave. Open 1-5 1845 N.W. 65TH STREET
,__ .___
Sunday. Only $400 down, $75 .
monthly. CBS, In
fenced corner
have 500 others to choose from. We
2 bedroom home and 1 bedroom We over are
apt. Franden's Real Estate, NE open Saturdays and Sundays too. We will take your REGISTER YOUR CHILD WITH US NOW
5-2405.
old house, lot or acreage in on a trade for a new TRANSPORTATION AND HOT LUNCH
I SMALL DOWN payment, nocLodng home.
cost, 1 FHA mortgage PRE-SCHOOL TRAINING
em SBJ 89 'snjoojpeq gJUno
roof, hardwood floor!. redwood HOURS 7 A.M. UNTIL 4l80: P.M.
awnings open all day, by FORD BEALTY Inc.
[owner 1754 NW 49th St. I FOR INFORMATION CALL OX 1.4212.OX 1-8184

DEER AND WINE DAR. Must : 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559 BCJIOOL BEGINS SEPTEMBER 5
ell. Reasonable. WI 7-4083 82
until 3 921 NW 62nd St. ,
ron_ ) 4 p.m.p.m. I .,. '."'-. .,_'" __.- ':"_:_(."_" .11 ',-.I..' _. or. -_, -. f' _' ._ 'd._. _- .TO. ,..... rll" ,_"rl ll 'II





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA DUNBAR ELEMENTARY HURRICANES BEGINGRID
returned
Tho Dunbar faculty
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 2, 1961 \ to ''begin a new year of teaching "
boys and girls. We received our
.'Welcome Back" letter from our
principal and an agenda of the PRACTICE
activities of this week\ of pre
NAACP Critic Charged; planning.

Miami Huraw -. however, will have a big jumpon
welcome of
We are happy to 'Th University\ the Hurricanes practlcewlse.
,
Ethelene Evan as our new ; >canes ready to go. started their fall drills on
Bethune graduatewho before, Aug. 30, was They
teacher. A The' day
22.
in KidnappingMONROE did her Internship with us tttute taking day The players Aug.
.. field at dalle Miami's first
and shared our Self-Study Iractlcum and coaches were on the Quftafson
we are pleaded to remem S<45 a.m. Wednesday for press three games brutely tough. Pitta-
N.C. A contro ber her as a little girl here at and television' pictures. burg, Kentucky and Penn State
leader was Indicted ,; Edwards come In that order. "We know
versial race Dunbar. Mrs. Hanna: Smith 'Then on Thursday, the team
State are two of
Monday on charges of kidnapping whose baby eon 18 now & down to Its moat extensive Pitt and Penn
a white couple and holding Broward months old has! returned looking buckled. practice eched- I the; three best teams In the
ttre-season said. And he
during a race riot horned East, Oustafson
them hostage Welcome of the
fine and happy. history
ole In the 8* year
"Miami l1evei'been
1 -\0'\ recalled that, has}
i
started
here. worklua -
County \ ., ; Mrs. Hawkins our curriculum school, Two.a.day, condition of able to. hatidle Kentucky*
Law enforcement. officers armed .y,: assistant who attended the 'L n1. off the physical tiuttafaeon
with rifles and aubmachtne- News versity of Miami this summer .a the squad", Coach Andy 17" -
guns searched the home of Rob- ft l sharing with us the information rt Ortld, commence :
Williams but found that The morning workoUt Quality
ert W. hat; she garnered. for
ByWalter will run
he had fled, apparently takinghis at 930! and
wife and two children with Bowe tJ Bragg Turner and Richard an hour and. a half. The.after- PhotographyDONE
Cook spent an enjoyable second noon workouts are scheduled at
him.The summer( Cook the first session; 3:30 and will go for two hours, BY
Union County Grand Jury Lodge will second session) squad threeand. a
The Star Light the giving the
Turner
session, and __ Thl will... be __ : "'t "" ..
HOV.
which was In regular meet Friday Sept. 1 at the Masonic at the. University of Denver. nan nouro per u..,. *u o MJ .
returned the Indictment shortlyafter Temple. the actual time they will spendon
hearing testimony from Mrs. Roslyn Bethel was en- the field. More time' will be-
Mr. and Mrs.. O. Bruce Stegall of !, Ben Watson of Tampa was huslastlc over her first summer spent In the movie and. black. .
nearby Marshallvllle. They said here In Hallandale this weekend at Boston University and thrilld boards rooms .> ,....
they had been held captive In visiting his children.Mrs. at seeing President Kennedy "We don't have too much timeto .t
Williams' home Sunday night for at his Hyannis Port summer get ready for Pitt," Gustaf- .' ,
2Vfe hours. Sylvia Higgs and two home. Also attending B. U. was son said, "so we'll have to press ,.
Police said William had pro sons from Nassau, Bahamas are Mrs. Boyer, ETV Aide who participated the men hard every second we
series of segregation here In West Hollywood visiting In a week.long workshop have"
moted demonstrations a In this town of Mrs. Beatrice Cash Williams In Jazz, drama and script The team actually will have
some 25 miles I Mrs. Higgs' two daughters are writing. Mrs. Boyar also toured only- 15 daye- to get ready for
out 10,000 east persons of Charlotte. in Miami with their grandmother. New England with the Mitchell- \the powerful, t ltt Panthers. .Pitt
Ruff Trio and visited daughtersIn
Racial animosity aroused during New York, New Haven and
the picketing of the Union All schools In Broward started Washington. advantage of our Dade CountyWorksh.op Miami
Courthouse Sunday led their registration Aug. 30. Regular were Meat Johnson of
County
1,000 classes will begin Sept. 5, Mra. Ann Smith, our other program
some
between Jordan
to a clash toured, the dames Bessie Dennis, Ida ,
ETV Aide,
talented Street
N.W. 17th
409
Cash
whites and Negroes Frances McNeil, Carmetta
East with the Southland Sing.
A policeman' was shot In thethigh Job OpportunitiesGreater ers. Drown Richard and Mathew Cook Lawrenceand Phone FR 7.2294WHY

and a number or persons Miami Urban League,
Hence, Lula Jen.
dames Mary
received lesser Injuries. Local S05! NW First St., IL Allen Earl Finley, Emma McKenzie l
officers, aided by about 75 state vocational services Sarah Miller and Cora Culver = = = = = f --= = = ';:; .:0= = ;:; =
Wheatley Jr., ------ -- - - -
troopers, brought the mob under secretary Phone FR 10470.' spent rewarding vacations In PAY MORE FOR YOUR I
were but Geneva Bethel
control. Forty-eight persons Nassau;
female)
Instructor (
I Playground travelled to Jamaica where she
arrested. AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCEIF
Recreation Supervisor I (female) visited\ In Kingston and Monte-
Williams, a bearded partisanof Police Matron go Day YOU ARE A GOOD DRIVER?
Cuban Premier Fidel Castro Auditor I
has publicly advocated violence I Typist Clerk I (male) "See America First" was the For lower rates call
as a means of ending racial restrictions Tree Trimmer Slogan of Mesdames Cash-Brown
Addresaograph Operator I and Callle Bradwell who toured Mobile Insurance Agency Inc
,
Automotive Equipment Operator the Pacific
17 states out to
In the July 10 Issue of his 11Mechanical Coast. 2255 N.W.167th St. Opa Locka, Fla.
mimeographed publication, The Engineer II
Crusader, he told Monroe Negroes Chemist (starting salary Studying at FAMU were Mes- Save $20 $30 $3'5 per year
: $7,000) kina and Dorothy Ward. Taking Phone NA.. 4-8433-0pen 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

Is safe and Including Saturday
secure"No colored In this person outlaw land. Our "" "' ....':<<' b' I 10 205| LIABILITY $69 to $76 PER YEAR

Is to arm and defend Your Watch Cleaned Oiled Adjusted .? :;
best bet '!:: =: .. :. : :

ourselves. When the streets be Guaranteed .................................... $4.75;t.' .t...r. i

only come then rivers will of the blood state, then and and the Your Portrait-Only ,. .................. $1.00}, :. DOWNTOWNAT
WHY NOT LIVE
national government show an Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios. v' .

Interest Americans.in, the" welfare of colored Guaranteed!) Watches .......... from $6.95 >. ), I 3 A CLEAN HOTEL
T '
DAVID JEWELERS .' I
Williams was ousted by the \ IMPERIAL HOTEL
NAACP several years ago for 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4-1522 it... l <' I
voicing similar sentiments. I

50 N.W. 8th Street FR 3.9417

150 ROOMS
SEE THE SOUTH'S
LEADING COLORED HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES $6.00 and up weekly

PSYCHIC READER Also private and semiprivate rooms

. CONSULT HER..- NEED MONEY TO GO TO COLLEGE ? Cooking facilities also. No worry, we pay all utilities

MR. SANDY HALL MGR.Work .
Work evenings near home.. Earn $30-$40 per week ,

commission serving Avon customers in your neigh.

591 MI' borhood. We will train you. For information call


Mrs. Thelma Harris FR 1.6407 or NA 1-3840 s2 In New YorkMaids



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BROWNSVILLE BAPTIST SUNRISE M. B. CHURCH ''JI

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Rev. n. Thompson, pastor 3087 .['III.w. ouin 01. _
Annie Pratt, reporter Rev. II. DeLaughter, pastor ,
SUnday. School......-............... 9:3t: 81s. Clara Carter secretary
meta Morning worship ................ 11OC: Sunday School . . 9:30 1
Evening worship................?... 7:00: Morning service . . 11:00
Evening service . 7:30 1

MT. AARON BAPTIST
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
6340 NAV. lath Ave.
BAHA'i FAITH ST. LUKE BAPTIST TEMPLE BAPTIST Rev C. W. Scott pastor Christian Science Society, NW
I Oea. Earl Colden, clerk.Miami, holds its services every
The Baha'ls of Miami will pre- Rev. P. W. Williams pastor Rer. L. A. Thompson pastor, Sunday School....................... 9:3C Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
sent their regular weekly discussion Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter Sunday School...................... 9:3: C Morning Worship ................ llrOC Washington School. TestimonialBTU
at the Baha'i Center 137 I Sunday School . . 9:30 Morning Worship ................ 11:00 .....................................?... 5:00 meetings are held once a month
NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Morning Worship . 11:00 Evening Worship ................. 7:30: Evening: Worship .... ......_... 7:00: the last Wednesday In each
Sept 3. The subject for this discussion BTU . . . . G:30 **. T. U. ...*...?...........*.....?....... 8:3': Praiper meeting Tuesday... 8.00: month at 8 p.m. Indt
will be: ."The Spirit of Evening Worship . . 7:00
Truth." The public is invited to The women met on Sundayand
attend. Phone Secretary, Fit The fourth Sunday, October selected some of the leaders
1-5420 for further information. 22 Is Woman's Day. All commit- for Woman's Day. The followingwere
tees and all women of St. Luke elected: :Mrs. Augusta
MARTIN MEMORIALThe are asked to let's pull togetherand Newbold, chairman; Mrs. Matil NOW
do our best. Let's make this da Hall, cochairman; Mrs. L.
day a day to remember. If each Williams, secretary; Mrs. F. De-
women of Martin Memo- of us do our best it can be done. lancy, treasurer. Captains and
rial AME Church are making There will be a chicken dinner committees will be apolnted at
pans: for their second annualWoman's sale at the home of Mrs. Ethel a meeting next Wednesday ev
Day program Sunday Parker, 2170 NW 66th St., OX ening. 3 LOCATIONSTO
Oct. 8, has been selected as the 1.3212 for free delivery. The
day with Mrs. Prince Hepburn public is invited. Mrs. Annie B. First Sunday services will be
as chairman.We Sullivan, chairman.Our I as usual. The choirs will serve
jointly and the Lord's Supper
will need your support pastor is leaving Sundayfor will be administered at bot h
please help us. Mrs. Benjamin the convention. Pray for services SERVE YOU
Walker chairman of publicity him. Also pray for the sick and
will keep you reminded of the shut-ins. Thee baby contest sponsored ,
date. by the No. 2 choir on Sundaywas
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. quite a success. The first
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. prize winner was Angelee Mar-
0. W. Foster pastor shall; second Marvin W. Harris;
J. W. Stepherson pastor Rachel B. Pratt reporter third Jeesamy Aranha; S.
M. T Copeland reporter Sunday School . . .9:30 Roundtree Cleotonla Jackson
Sunday School ................ .... 0:45: Morning Worship . 11:00 and Frank Ferguson President
BTU ......,?................................... 6:3n: BTU . . . . 6:30 Hall wishes to thank all the pa
Morning worship . 11:00 Evening Worship . . 7:00 rents, members and friends for
Evening worship . . 7:00 their help and No. 1 choir for
Our services on Sunday were the fine cooperation.
Sunday 'being the First Sun most Inspiring. The Junior Usher -
day in the month and our Communion Board and the No. 3 choir .
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at night our pastor will rendered service during the 2ND ST. LUKE M. B. *' 't

deliver inspiring messages.! We morning worship. The service at 3261 NW 51st Terrace (I :
Invite you to come out and the evening worship was render. Rev James C. Nelson, pastor I
spend the day with us. i ed by the No. 2 usher board and Sunday School . . 9:30: f M
Enroll your children at the I the No. 2 choir. Morning worship . 11:00:

Antioch Kindergarten. Hot Evening worship . 7:30: %&" u
lunches and transportation. Registration The pastor met with the young JU
l daily 9 a.m. 12 noon, people on Tuesday afternoon to
2799 NW 46th St., NE 4-0300 reorganize the Junior Church.It CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP yS7.
TU 7-6572 or NE 48084. was encouraging to see* a large 220 N.W. 20th Street >r I

There will be a Building Fund number of young people present. Elder G. G. Fann, pastor
Tea at Antioch Sept. 10 at 4 to Gwendolyn Jones was elected to Sister Mary Browder reporterWe
6 p.m. sponsored by Bro. Ear- serve as secretary Mae Linda invite you to come and Opa Locka
nest Pierce Deacon J. H. Cope Jones, assistant secretary, Walt worship with us.
land and Rev. J. W. Stepherson. ton Pearl Miller, treasurer and Sunday School ,.. . 10:00: 2530, Service Road MU 8-3311
They ask all the members Zera Mae Floyd, pianist Rev. Morning worship . 11:30
friends and well wishers to come Foster appointed Thaddeus Evening worship . . 7:30:
and sip with them on this day. Pinckney Hezeklah Pratt Bob. Liberty City
bie Walton and Fred Williams to
Our sick and shut-ins are Sisters
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
Marlah Washington, Lula serve as junior deacons. 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661

Precious 6895 N.W. 14th Ave.
Gist Perry
Mary The pastor Is making plans to
Preston and Elizabeth Lee. Rev. W. F.
Pray : Savoy pastor
attend
eave Sunday night to the
for them. Sunday School . . 9:80: Homestead
National Convention. In
Baptist Morning service . . 11:00
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST order the regular for him communion to leave on service time, Evening service . . 7:00: 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7-9771

Wed night study . . 8:16:
will be
held on Sunday after-
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m.
Rev. Erne Williams pastor noon at 3 p.m. ....----......-....

Deacon Fred Williams, reporter 'Won't you take time from your MT. HERMON A. M. E.
Sunday School . . 9:30: busy chores of the week and
. . Complete understanding and sincere service to
Morning worship . 11:00: visit the sick? Sunday School 9:30:
Evening worship . . 7:30: Morning Worship . 11:00:
Cven4ng Worship . . 7:00: families of all financial means are cardinal rules at
We are thanking the many MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
visitors and friends who came the House of Albert.
E. M. Thomas, pastor
out last Sunday to help make Phyllis Myers, reporter TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince

our Men's Day celebration a Sunday School . . 9:45
The BEST needn't cost The question of
The C. more.
success. day was a glorious MobUy, pastor
Morning service . . 11:00
one and in their the addresses speakers were May God superb BTU ..... ...... ...... . 6:30 School Sis. C.of McKinney Wisdom ,. .reporter. 10:00Y : quality needn't, be price. We give the same unstinting
Evening service . . .
7:00
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bless all of you. Deacon G. La. P. E. Band . 6:30:
coda was general chairman.The Sunday morning everyone was Evening worship . ..... 8:00: service and personal attention to every bereaved

happy to hear our 'pastor render
No. one choir will take the message. It was very inspi EBENEZER METHODISTSunday family, regardless of the amount spent.
the stand this Sunday. Won'tyou
be with us? rational. School . . 9:30
Sunday afternoon at 3:00 the Morning worship . . 11:00:
THE CHURCH Ushers Union was held at our Evening worship . . 7:00: Funerals
church Rev. Aaron D. Hall Sr., pastorE. Complete
(Undenominational The sick and shut-Ins are Sis. Ingram, reporter
Bishop J. Robinson pastor Hooks Sis. Jackson, Bro. John
LIllie G. Hall, reporter son and Deacon Nelson We are
Sunday School . .10:00: praying for them to have a from $150
Morning Worship . 11:30: I SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
YPCW . ." ." .. ._ ._ ._ ._ K.flft speedy recovery SPIRITUAL

Evening Worship .:: . 7:30:: ST. PAUL A. M. E. LEADER ....----......-....

"O give thanks unto the Lord; Rv. M. J. Fayson, pastor AND PHYCHIC READER
for he is good: for his mercy Mrs. Lee Cray reporter Your Social Security can bury you. Call us for

endureth forever."-Psalm 136: Sunday School . . 9:30 BISHOP HUNTER
1. Morning worship . 11:00 further information
The 'pastor and members ex Evening worship . . 7:30
tend a cordial Invitation to their If you are lick or worried don'l.
8th anniversary service, beginning The assistant pastor, Rer., fall to see me today. Office hours
Se-pt. 719. The program Slayton Matthews brought the daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
will be as follows: morning message. His subject I 1 pjn. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
Monday night: Mother'sBoard. was "Remember Now Thou Cre-, to, 3 p.m.READINGS.
ator In the Days of Thy Youth". ,,
Tuesday night: Mother Hicks Rer. Brown and congregation Y
and the Spiritual of Joy The from New Hope Baptist Church '
Church, Hallandale and congre- rendered the service Sunday '1.00 .
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gation. night The budget rally has been up I5-&. ;
Wednesday night: Mother extended and the pastor !la ask -
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Gunther Apostolic Church of ing everyone to do their duty. 0417 8W 17 St. .
Jesus and congregation. Friday night is Love Feast and
Thursday night: Bishop Lock the pastor will be expecting WEST i
ett and congregation* I everyone to attend to prepareour HOLLYWOODu
Friday night: Evangelist selves for the Holy Common.
Johnson. Ion. Stewardess Board No. 1 FLA. CROP.IIVNThu .
Saturday night: Mother Cobbs, celebrated Us anniversary the LESTER C ALBERT, Fungal Dli.ctor

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MIAMI FLORIDA The Arthur 0. Blatch family is I
THE MIAMI TIMES ,
and happy to have with
proud FOR SALELUXURY
I SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 2 1961 them their eon and brother, At- $45 Down $22 Week
16 ,
PAGE ; torney Leo V. Blatch and his HOMES Buys a 3-bedroom partly
'H..m lovely wife, Rita. The couple furnished home. Move in
motored down from Washington loto
payment on
your
own
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; D.C., where Atty. Blatch 18 -cur. today.
.'TEEN CONFERENCE rently employed In the Depart ? home

ment of Labor. They spent the Open Sun, 3-5 p.m. Hurry! Hurry
By PAUL WYCHEJ, JR. --- past weekend In Nassau and re.
I. port having a wondertut..ttm.; 1430 NW 59th St. Live rent free. $590 down ... '
V 6 6 ----I.181111"I.'III".tl"IIIIII"'I"IIIII. On Tuesday night they were the for 2 houses. and 1 lot* Ltv :',\
. ond Deborah Plessy, surprised guests of honor at a NW 59th St. .
Hi tee'ntlmers, here we are year are 'second 2161 in one and let other house -It
their
'; with a new edition of the Carlotta Rhetta and Sandra Les- party celebrating ..
Teens'again ; Conference. In three days ter. In their first year are Lona' wedding anniversary On Sept. 1426 NW 58th Ter. make your monthly pay- :
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schools in the area will Bethel, Selina .Dean, Ingrid Dove, 2 they will return to Washing ments. Call now to see.
, ten high their doors to start a new Janice Fisher, Grail Jones and ton after having spent a- pleas 1232 NW 55th St. I
open
school year. Sharon Smith, all freshmen. ant vacation. with family andfriends Big Family
" '!1. George Washington Carver, Notre Dame will have the same ;' 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, I
.Coconut Grove. Over 1,985 students schedule as Archbishop Curleythe Florida room, kitchen all 5 bedrooms, 2 baths. $590
I t' i will be enrolled in Carver first week. electric. down. Pay like rent. May
'\ In the first week oftf Well that about completes the
this year. house.
be used rooming
Brownsville Jr.
rundown of the the high schools High as
school claEaee will end at 2:00: Corner Jots for sale terms
The next week, classes In the Miami area. Whicheveryou i Near NW 17th Ave.
p.m.
tf 1 will begin as usual. attend, the best of luck this Pre-Planning GoodAfter We build on your lot
coming See in school,
year. you We arranged financing '
Goulds. Maya
2. Mays High for
Tuesday, OKrPerlonal a week of planning NO MONEY DOWN
has not reported Its enrollmentfor Brownsville's anticipated most
REALTY
f the coming year. Clafeises!! will successful term the Parent- Cash paid for your lot TRIO
be the same as George W. Car Mention Teacher Association Is climaxingthe BARON 801 N.W. 54th St.
\\1 1' ver. period with a luncheon on
3. North Dade Opa Locka. Mro. Hilma Kemp is home recuperating Friday. Mrs. Charlotte Wright, JE 8-1840 JB 04848 NE 5.8745 PL ,9-8372
s North Dade will have an en. following surgery at the president with her committeeis
rollment of 1300 high school stu Jackson Memorial Hospital. making elaborate preparations. -
dents. Classes will be the eame Well wishers may visit at the for this event..
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as Carver and Mays. North Dad residence during the hours of 2. The Frontiersmen of Browns I I I I I 1'1 I' I I I I I I I' I" I 'I I 1'1" 'I' &

has one of the largest enrollments p.m. to 8 p.m., telephone calls ville at their meeting on, Tues
in this area. are accepted 10 a.l. to 8 p.m. day night had 'a* their guest, HOMES FOR SALE
r 4. Northwestern. This year, education teacher. Mrs. Murray
Northwestern will also have one .MrsEvelyn Floyd spent last presented an exhibit 'of '''articles
of the largest enrollments in weekend with her aunt Mrs. made by members of her class. 1161 N.W. 49th Street

'. this area. Northwestern has en- Lena Lee and uncle, David Lat The Frontiersmen, E., N. Taylor
rolled 1500 thus far this year. timer of St. Augustine. While president, is sponsoring this Open Sunday 1-6 p.m.

All classes are the same as Car. there they motored to Clearwater class. ,
s Mrs. Ratcllffe is expecting the 3 large bedrooms utility room, Florida room,
friends they
visited
and
I' ver.
': 5. Booker T. Washington will haven't seen for a number of enrollment for the 1961.62 Enclosed garage. FHA small down payment
.
: enrollment In school term will exceed others of,
house
; have the largest years\ They were the
&. this area. It will have a total of Kuesta; of Mrs. Cecil Joseph Herman previous years. NEW NORTHWEST AREACBS
2200. Classes run the- same aa back
and family. Arriving
If. like 3 bedrooms 2 'baths Florida and
the other four schools. :Monday. Mrs. Floyd reported a new, ,
b". 6. St. Thomas Aquinas High, very enjoyable weekend.Mrs. ATTENTION! Utility room. Payment only $81 per month
Ft. Lauderdale. Rosamond Pappy
will enter her first year at St. of Business and Professional
Martha E. Covington
Men's Special
Thomas. She will attend into Nashville, Tenn., spent a ten- Jest built home in the- nelghbor- $350 DOWNCBS
grated classes. St. Thomas will day vacation with her brother. hood. On double corner lot. Un-
have half day sessions the first "nd sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. derground sprinkler system. CBS 2 bedroom home on large corner lot, near

week of school. Miss Pappy will Thomas L. Sanders and son, of tile roof, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, everything. 79th St. bus to Beach. One FHA mortgageFor
be a freshman ((9th grade.)
Elmira Fannin
Opa Locka. Miss 801 NW 47th St.
7. Archbishop Curley High has xtended a barbecue lawn partyat Brokers CorporatePL these and others call Harry Denny
three students entering their her home for Mrs. Covingtonand 7-9684
second year. They are Cornelius other guests of Atlanta.
James and Carroll Williams will Action Realty Inc.
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vette, sophomore; Donald Raye, lay $195 Down $50 Mo.
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Tuesday for an hour and a NW 15th Ave.

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integrated classes.* atmosphere use of kitchen.
Only sophomores will attend Couple only. NA 16925. $195 ,Down
classes on Wednesday for an
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Thursday for an hour and a half. For Sale Miami Beach. One mort-
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8. Immaculate High. In their finest neighborhood for the ance and taxes. City water
first year at Immaculate are close to 163rd St. Shopping a Command Performance
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Berry, Center. No closing coats.
Lynda Clark, and Sharon Clark. NW 52nd St. Open 1-5 p.m. Move in. Featuring
There will be half day sessions Saturday and Sunday. 3. M

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9. Madonna Academy, Holly
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Murray will attend Integrated JE 16902. 2315 Pinetree $890 Down $99 Mo. Madame
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