The Miami times
Full Citation
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00282
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 9, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00282

Full Text


KANSAS CITY = (Special-) Rev. A. G. Wright, 60, of D,- during the struggle and his was agreed that Rev. Dr. D. A. both claimed they were elected
Police officers had to be called trolt, died Thursday of injuries head hit the floor. He died at 3 Holmes of Kansas City should president.The .
( without regaining con preside over the election. court order enjoined the
into the National Baptist Convention suffered Wednesday after ft a.m.
The confusion came about dur. from boisterous
delegates "any
and outburst sclousneea. ,
U.S.A. Jostling
Wednesday pushing in
The 6,000 delegates are ing the 1960 convention other conduct tendingto
when the two warring factions ( between the Jackson and Taylor scheduled to elect officers undera Philadelphia when Dr. Joseph A. unruly interfere, or obstriinesa

sought control of the rostrum at supporter. court-appolnted plan designedto Jackson of Chicago and Dr. ; or
the Municipal Auditorium. Rev. Wright fell off the stage prevent further violence. It Gardner C. Taylor of Brooklyn. of the conve '

.. ".... ,

I .

r y

:z. TEMI'OItA. MUTANTUR ET NOS DtUTAMUR N ILLI$ ............... ---
-- --- -

.-- -

Interracial Group FLORIDA INTERRACIAL NEW ''PRIVATE' TO GET Fla. Negro College

Seeks Bank HereAn COLLEGEFlorida

is getting a: new liberal -
arts college the first in the

interracial group of Ml- Jr., prominent liberal who gain. Southeast ,sInce 1900 to be prim
amians are seeking a charterfor ed fame in the Florida Legislature vately endowed and controlled. 'Ot
a Savings add Loan Association ; Frank Buchanan, an in From the start it will accept students GIRL REGISTERS;
here aimed primarily at offering surance counselor Nathan Rat- without regard to race or TEACHER HIREDThe I CITY HOTEL
Negroes a better deal in ner, real estate broker; Irving religion.
securing, loans for construction, Kipnls, Investment broker; Lyle New College, as it will be first "reversed Integra. WORKERS MUST
urchase,. or repair and modernization Roberts, building contractor named after a college of Oxford tion" took place in Florida on
... of homes, and opening whose wife is chairman of the University, is being organized bya Wednesday with the enrollmentof GET I.D. CARDSThe
.* new avenues of employment in Dade School Board, and Stuart private group with assistance a white student at Gibbs Jun. city prepared Wednesdayto
the 'banking and mortgage financing L. Simon, attorney.A from the Congregational Chris. lor College in 'St. Petersburg require its thousands of employes -
fields.Proposed hearing relative to Insurance tlan churches. It will be readyfor Dr. John W. Rembert, prest- in the hotel industry to
of accounts of the association by classes by 1964, on a campus dent of the state supported Negro register with police and bo
location of the Roosevelt and Loan at Sarasota on Florida's lower
the Federal Savings school, said Mrs. Geraldine fingerprinted
Savings and Loan Association vacated I Insurance Corporation has been West Coast. B. Stevens had been accepted as The law will affect every
is the recently set for Nov. 14 at the Federal The campus will Include partof a student. He said also that a worker in a hotel motel, apartment
Commercial Bank Building at Home Loan Bank Board in the estate of the late Charles white teacher, Mrs. Marjorie I house, lodging house and
,6015 NW 7th ave. in EdisonCenter. Washington, D.C. Rlngling, owner of the famous Carter, was hired as a part-tlme trailer camp.
S circus! which' wintered at' Sarasota ,English Instructor. Passed on first reading at the- t
Negro members of the spon Death Penalty For < for'many'years. Mrs. Carter Is the wife of Dr. Miami City Commission meeting; t
coring Include Dr. E. A. Philip H. Hiss, widely.known '
group Howard Carter Sr., head of the the measure will require all
Ward, retired druggist; Mrs. architectural designer and a humanities department at Florida workers in the Industry to carrr
Dana Dorsey Chapman, presidentof Rape Upheld former chairman of the Sasasota Presbyterian College. identification card for which..)
the Dor-Cha Corporation, TALLAHASSEE The con school board, will be chairman of Rembert said the school has they'll be charged a $2 fee. *
which owns and manages the viction and death penalty Imposed the college board Dr George F. received .46 application. from Final passage of the law,
late D. A. Dorsey estate, and on Herman Jackson 'Jr., West Baugham, vice president and white teachers to Instruct and which is similar to one in effect
Garth C. Reeves, managing editor Palm Beach for the rape of a treasurer of New York University several applications from white on Miami Beach since 1936, is
of The Miami Times. 13-year-old white girl was upheld hM resigned to become students for enrollment scheduled in two weeks.

The white members of the Thursday by the Florida president.The He indicated they would be PenalltlcA for failure to comply .
group include Atty. John B. Orr Supreme Court. Congregational contributorto Churchhas passed on before registrationended will range as high as $500
been notable
a next week. and 60 days in jail.
higher education, having established -
Harvard and Yale, as I .>
well as Fisk and Howard universities

education, pioneering for Negroes in in higher the Freedom Riders File

South. IU connection with New
College will bo nominal.Residents '
of the Sarasota- :
Dradenton area have pledged $4 Suit
!Ft million toward the $16 million Montgomery

j needed for the initial capital

) outlay.foundations The remainder and will from como private Besides asking for an In-
r1ic 1) from 1- junction to prohibit any form of

: 1)a Options sources.have been obtained on In racial separation In bus terminals
Montgomery bus stations Is the suit also seeks to pre
Iir a land needed for a campus, and
9 plans are being drawn for build. scheduled! for hearing here Mon vent city, county and state authorities .
from "arresting, harassing
Ing to house an initial student day.The
'' filed intimidating, threateningand
complaint was by a
body of 1,200. The trustees have
dedicated the institution to free group of "freedom riders" as coercing" 'bus rider
ft 1'L dom from church government an outgrowth of racial violence Defendants in the anti-segre.
controls. which exploded here last May gation complaint include the
its Among those asking for the and Trallways bus
New College, says sponsors, Greyhound
t ; Is not just a new institution buta anti-segregation order are four lines and city, county and state
new idea in higher education.Dr. widely known white college pro. .' .: )
t11i' It A' Baugham said the curriculum fessors from Yale and Wesleyan authorities \
will "throw out outworn hangovers
from the 19th Century

that are slowing American, edu. Will Retire
lr cation today." Negroes


4Ys + HIGH POST Demagogues From Office

.., ..,
social changes take placeIn DETROIT (ANP) A could not afford to waste such
Dallas, Including the first efforts prominent educator last week talent.Dr. .
Negroes Wright spoke at the an
toward school Integration, predicted when Southern
: __ a Negro has been promoted from win their rights at the nual meeting of the National
polls in large numbers, they Conference for Interracial JIM-
.... clerk to field representative
;'- 1' ..'J :-i, '- _.. 'local firm would help: to retire demagogue tlce which held session at the

Booker T. Washington HighSchool' and place winner were highschools J. W. Jones, 27, was advanced from public office University of Detroit.REGISTER .
Dr. Stephen J. Wright president
famed Thespian Troupe In Unlontown, Pa., and from the post of shipping clerkto ,
job, a position previously of Flak University, Nash.
Linn Kan., respectively.Students the new NOWThe
its second nation ,
2112, has won southern
appearing in the : reserved for white, His YUle, said, "the new
al honor this year do much to
announced last Negro would also
The National Annual Drama scene are Julius Lee and Calvin promotion wag the Northwest Junior Cham-
I for the raise the economic !level of
has been week by a spokesman
Contest, sponsored by Thompson. The picture
Photo South generally He said this ber of Commerce in sponsoring
drama Hexter Title and Abstract company
Publishing Co., reeased: in the national :
Row, Paterson Leroy and viewed here as a significant would come about as Negroes a "Wake Up And Register"campaign
ha* awarded this group a cash publication Lagniappe. breakthrough in employment were given greater economic and Edward Taylor, chairman
and third place, for its Washington, drama instructor
award integration.A educational opportunities.The of the committee announce
entry of a scene from Donald" and troupe sponsor, directed the native Texan, Jones had nation will be the beneficiary that all the registration book
t"S E'scr's "Concert In The Park. play.Earlier Troupe 2112 held the clerical job for two of the talent and genius will be in the precincts within
The specific prize-winning category this year the ,National Dramatics years before landing the promo of many thousands of Negroes, the City of Miami on Sept. 12
was a group scene photographed appeared magazine In In scenes from tion. He is a graduate of Florida who/In the past have not had a thru 16. Please phone FR 7.5801
from the production by masterpiece, "Out. A and M University, Tallahassee II chance to develop Dr. Wright to determine the address of the
of the Johnson the serious
Frank Johnson Sutton Vane. said He added that the nation registration book in your area, .
Bound" toy
Miami Studio. First and sec ward

: a

-.. ./110..nnww.-rrr-.,rr..i.-, A, ,

_'" .


PAGE 2 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER' 0, 198t Jacksonville Youth War TEAM PLAYS ONThe

two Jackson, Ml a.,
coaches, Robert Barry and Willie
fltelnhouse, left tht* team ob Mdji.
on Discriminatory HiringAn day rather thin direct the Jackson
9 INDICTED IN baseball: .quad, aeralnst BihInFS -
Mont., which has a Negro
all-out war against dt0crim.. |I Indian player.
Inatory employment practices I j> man Orientation Week on Sept. The coaches of the Jackson en*
by persons doing business in. I 11. try In National American Legion
FREEDOM BUS FIREWASHINGTON predominantly Negro residential'areas I 'bnior baseball tournament, left
bf tax and Duval County The Rev.E Donaldson, Ia3 ..lu8, Nebras: on Monday
was kicked Off this week ,when pastor of St John Baptist after conferring with Legion
members of the Jax NAACP the Native Baptist Association 1 I baseball commissioner George
Genera Robert 1<'. -Kennedy Attorney announced i picket line against Berrler'a Ice I Church, Nassau, moderator of Roulon in Indianapolis, Indiana,
' Friday that nine Ed Waters Classes Youth Council! carried out a and president of the Bahamas Sunday night.
Cream located at First and Ho.gan Baptist Missionary and Educa- I Richard Lucero, the Billings
have been indicted by a federal 11 streets. cational Convention, arrived on catcher is part Indian and part
Begin Sept.
:grand Jury at Birmingham, Ala., i
Monday. He Is the leader of a Negro.
on charges of burning an inter JACKSONVILLE While the According lit a youth council I delegation enroute to the Na Members, of the Jackson team
tate t bUs near Anniston, last Admissions Committee at Ed. spokesman, the protest against tional Baptist Convention in decided to remain and completethe
May, ward Watets College la busy Derrier's became imminent Kansas ,City, Mo. tournament.
The burning was one of the meeting In last minute sessions when the company placed signsin -,
first major incidents of violence In an effort to process late applications its window announcing, "Girls -
:Involving "Freedom Riders"seeking for matriculation at Wanted." Over 4000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
: to knock down bus stab the local college, the Student When colored applicant applied :
tlofl racial ,barriers Government Association and the for the Jobs, they were re- I i
Kennedy said the grand Juryat Miltv.admlfvion committee In )ortedly told: that the jobs were Auto Liability InsuranceFor
: Birmingham returned! sealed charge of Freshmen Orientation (or whites only;
indictments against the nine Week activities met last' week to The matter was then reportedto everyone with low, low down paymentNo
'Thursday, and that FBI agents nut final touches on 'the orlenta- the youth council after some one ,turned downS.
have arrested seven of the men. Von program for the 1961-62 of its members made Job appll-
,Another Is already in Jail on term. It was announced earlierin canons' and were rebuffed R. 22's Written while you wait
burglary charges and the ninth the year; that the Student During a later meeting with
3s 'hospitalized, Kennedy said. Government Association would the owner of the company, Service-First Insurance
The indictment charged the p'av n more active role in Fresh youth council representatives Agency

**\\ne firebombed the bus "witha men Week! orientation. I tate that they failed to arriveat 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355
Kfl'y Brown, Student Govern
reckless disregard" for the a satisfactory conclusion des
ment Association president, and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4-6612
lives of its passengers.In pit* the fact that the meeting
the Incident May 16, a fire stated that this year's programis I cosumed well over an hour's -=--- Wi .......,.JUt.d
'bomb was tossed through a win. one of enrichment, Involvingsome time.
dow of the bus. Twelve of those work, study, and play. The
dormitories, according to Brown
aboard the bus were hospitalized
for make inhalation.The will open to freshmen at 5 p.m. HOUSE FOR RENT
on Tuesday, Sept. 5. Orientation Personal Mention
"Freedom Riders" included activities will begin on Wednesday
., . -- 2-BEDROOM CBS
both Negro and White Sept. 6 and classes begin -
had started from Sept. 11.Sophomores. Mrs. Syble
persons. They Phillips, formerlyof
Washington, D;'C. under sponsor- I Miami, a real estate broker of / block to school b no crossings
ship of the Congress of Racial to Aid 2019 Ca'lon ave., Baltimore, is I Why Climb Stairs Live by Yourself
Equa'lty (CORE.) vacationing in Bermuda. This Unfurnished
The Justice Department said Hurricanes happy holiday trip is a gift from
Painted Week
the men indicted are all from her hu.toand, David In memoryof Newly $17 a .
the Anniston area. Sophomore 'Inemen will playa her birthday. "
bk part on the 1961 Universityof 5238 N.W. 24th Court :
6,708 Negroes Got Miami football that is Staff Sgt Bernice Boyd of 1236 r .
depthwlse NW 60th St., who la presently
College Degrees I Several rookie linemen who stationed at Ft. Jackson, S. C.
displayed outstanding hitting with the Wacs, returned to miami 3-BEDROOM APT.
Last JuneAn talents: in the spring have moved Friday on a furlough. Sgt. 2-Family House Air from four sides
up right behind first string Boyd, who is the daughter of
NAACP spot survey_ released men and no doubt will foe in the Mrs. Willie Lee Carter of Tarn, Large Sleeping Porch
this week Indicates that thick of contention when the pa, is now serving as an operat. Hot and Cold Water Furnished
6,708 Negro youth received hurricanes open against mightyPitt ing room technicians at Ft.
bachelor degrees laet spring on Sept. 16 In the Orange Jackson Army Hospital She re-
from the 50 institutions participating Bowl ports a very pleasant tour of
in the tally. Three newcomers who will be duty, and expects to be in Mi- 2345 N.W. 56th Street-$18 a Week
Total enrollment for the par. stepping Into the line picture Ina ami for about ten days
tlclpatlng colleges and universities -
big way are Joe Smerdel and
is 68,184 according to the Dan Conners tackles, and Lee Glensa Poole: and Venda Rei
50th annual educational survey Ll'JImagl' center. Harris left Sept. 8 for Tennessee!
In the August-September issue Smerdel 1 l-s now working be. A and I University, Nashville,
of Crisis, official NAACP organ. T nn. T
hind Bill Watts at right tackle A '
The study Includes Information and Conners behind Stan Malutyat
from Negro colleges only, left tackle. Llllimagl Is workIng Miss Brenda J. Howard and :
'sInce "mixed schools" no longer 'behind center Bob Dentel. Miss Francenia D. Hall of Ml- .f'
keep official records of their More evidence that the Hurricanes ami will be among Clark Col. ;;
students by race. will be a dangerous pas- lego upperclassmen serving as ROOMTOOTIN'
. Additional graduates received ling team came In the first few Freshman Guides when the At. ;
435 I various rna(,ter's degreesand fall workouts! George Mira, and Janta institution begins Fresh-
210 doctorates. Of these, John Bennett, a couple of so A
Howard University awarded 91 phomores who came to light in
master's and 132 doctorate de. the spring drills, have been con style this fall, Coaches report.
green, tinuing their progress In fineRUI'l'URED Mira is now working at the No.
1 signal calling post, and Bennett
at No.2. c
Mira is expected to give the
Hurricanes their best passing
? T.VHaatha T. 'since the days of Jack Hackett
back in the early fifties.
N..S.rotlcal OMa Treahaaats. DlttardTiw
COST. Aft* Cwr .M... Appr v./-Saf..-LOW ,. WINEY

PILES RECTAL DISEASESDR. Gorgeous Christmas Cards distinctively -

LONG'S CLINIC mr.iT..r! ,.! designed for you.
These have to be teen to be appreciated P ;
Very moderately pric DRINK
ed. Names imprinted free on
specified designs. Ask to see ,
these beautiful Christmas cardsIn I

Preston NurserySchool! oiderb your accepted.home or office. Phone .......-..................

Fastest Drink J
Miami 36, Fla.
FR 7.4863

OPENS SEPT. 5, 1961 -.. t t t d in the West i iI


2135 N.W. 158th St. Phone NA 1-6109 QualityPhotography The Wild Drink :

Mrs. Elodia M. Preston in charge r I
89 in the

Big Square Bottle

Prod need by Comstock Vintners

, STAR MEAT MARKETXSgSg 'a' San Francisco Calif.

20% bf volumeA
r- -

1XL N.W. 62nd Street ,


Johnson of Miami

Fresh Meat-low Prices I 409 Phone N.W.FR 17th 7.2294 Street GOLDER SPUR


.... '" -. ,
VI' ,

..41 11 J fI __.._._.__.. _. -, -- .-. -. ---. .
"'--- -- -


1, ,t" Miss Thelma Butler bride, was the matron of honor.
t Bridesmaids were Misses Shirley
Is Bride of Butler, a sister of the bride;
Roberta Thompon and Emily
Burley Knowles Sweeting, all of Miami, and MI,.
In another Miami wedding MI'dred Washington of Baton
which attracted considerable attention Rouge, La. The matron of honor
Miss Thelma Butler, I I and the bridesmaids were all attired '
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phillip: in a variety of rainbow
Butler of 2175 NW 69th Lane,
became the bride of Durley Beril Knowles, a brother of
,{Ii.... -, Knowlea of Nassau, Bahamas in the.bridegroom, was the bestman
r v marriage ceremonies held Sun. and ushers were James Harrison1,
day afternoon at,,;St. James Baptist Reginald Walker, George Atwill
:' 7 Church, with the Rev. JoelL. Irving Edwards and Willard Butler
5'a!CIIQIC Johnson, pastor, officiating. a brother of the bride
Attractively attired in a pret. The marriage was performedIn
.-f" ty floor length white gown, with a rainbow setting and was
a cathedra'' length white train. witnessed by a large number of:
ONSDC.QlliCJIONAGEHCV a white veil with a rhinestone I persons.
i tiara white satin slipper, and A special reception in honor
carrying the Holy Bible with a of the newlyweds was held at;
white flower attached thereto, the home of the bride.
the bride was given in marriageby The bride is a 1959 graduate'
EMIWLQkEESsv her father. of Booker T. Washington High
The bride was attended by a School, and now a student at
.".,., .. matron of honor and four brides. Southern University, Baton
malda. Mrs. Lula Gray Cole Rouge, and the bridegroom Is a-
brooke, a long time friend of the technical engineer in Nassau.PEOPLES .

*3M! S&SS55S! "' "" /''' '/ A.'A


402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874 :

Drug Store Bar-B-Que

Specializing In prescriptions, I"eaturing brrnkfnAt lunch
talent( medicine and sumlrir a,. dinner. Old Hickory liar

r1i Open dally OUIO a.m. 12 p.m. beetle from B p.m.

{P IVI., Bat to 1180 a.m. Open I"rt. &t Bat to 2tO:: a.m
aloe w. Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery


,4 cotucnijcucy },
EMPLOYEES t. >, '" ----'"

You Asked for Itt! We Built It!



This Custom-Built Luxury Home

At the Bonded Collection Agency's an- ment service for Bonded Tenants and is 1075 N. W. 55th Terr.

nual Employees Picnic at Virginia Beach efficiently staffed. Hundreds of tenants

just before chow time this goup looks have been placed on jobs in the last A 3 Bedrooms, all with walk-in closets
over one of the barbecue pits, and from month and many more are being placed
their facial expressions you can, hear daily free of charge. These costly services 2 Tiled bathrooms with vanitie & tub

them saying yu-yum. Let's eat. along with many other generous gifts and enclousures

In photo No. 2 you see a portion of the donations to the public is made possible I,
All formica kitchen with and
lineup for chow. Everyman is on his own through the generosity of a most unusualman oven range

and hundreds of pounds of delicious baby L. L. Brooks, president of Bonded. Hood and vent to take away cooking odor
ribs, .chicken, franks, potato salad and His motto is:
slaw with soft drinks in abundance was "If I am to live a better life, Glass sliding doors to patio-gas heat
enjoyed by the crowd that participated in Others must live better to."
this annual outdoor affair given by Bond- Call Bonded for all your housing needs. Many more beautiful features

ed for the employees. -Photos by Johnson of Miami.

Bonded also furnishes a free employ- Public Relation Dept. Open Sun. 2-6 p.m. MO 5-3592


r her" NOTICEAll
Receiving permission, the ser
PHIL OSSOFER vent rode off. His master wentto matrons of the North '
the market place and found' Eastern OES Matrons Councilare
SAYS: Death still there. "How dare aiked to be present on Sun.
day, Sept. 10 at 3 p.m. at the
frighten servant? he
r you my Masonic Temple on NW 3rd ave. WIN PRIZESBy i
= = cried. Death, astonished, answer off 17th 4t.
My wife and I plan to fly to ed, "I did not intend to frightenhim. W. M. Catherene Dillard, president
San Francisco late this month I only stared at him in ,, W. M. Lillian S. Plea
for a short vacation. Since the sure, acting secretary,
surprise at seeing him here be-
recent disastrous plane crash in
Chicago I have been asked if I cause I have an appointmentwith ATTENTION! Listening To
had any fears of flying. My an- him tonight in Samaria' Business and Professional I
swer la emphatically, "NO!I" Men's Special i
I nrmy: believe that at all Dest built home in the neighbor
times I am under the protectionof MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T hood. On double corner lot. Underground WMBMWhen
God and subject to His will.If sprinkler system. CDS .
it be Hi. will that I should tile roof, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, !
die In the sky that's bow it will COST THEY PAY 801 NW 47th It. ;
be even if I make no plans to do Brokers CorporatePL your favorite WMBM disc jockey call you,

so. 7-0684 I answer your phone by saying "WMBM" and identifythe ,J
I recall the case of a neighborin
Chicago some years ago. lie i disc jockey If you are listening to WMBM. If ,

received a telegram informinghim iI you do this, you will have won $12.20, and if you are
that his wife was dying ina
hospital In Texas where ebe I able to name the last commercial, you will win a

was visiting friends. A healthy special prize Remember, say WMBM and ides !
man wo had no desire to fly, he
Immediately made reeservatlons : tify the disc jockey.
for flight to his wife's bedside.
I Enroute, the plane crashed, and CALLS MADE ALL DAY LONG
: my neighbor, who had never .
been ill, died before his ailing
I wife. She died a few hour later. E.r
Such Is God's will.

I I am not in a hurry to go, 9 :SPECIAL PRIZES$122 -:
: since there is much I want to do
to grow spiritually: in prepara
tion for the next world, and also CashWashing $12.20 Cash
to work for the betterment of
humanity, However as the bee. Machine TV large screen, worth
loved Jesus Mid, "Not as I will, over $250
but as Thou wilt." Room Full of Furniture

Each of us has an appoint. Refrigerator $312.20 Cash
m< nt in Samaria. In case yon
don't recall the story, it goes $412.20 Hi Fi SetTransistor
like this: A servant In the mar.
ket place of Bagdad spied Death Air Conditioner
staring at him. lIe rushed home RadioAM
and begged his master to lend and FM Radio
him a horse to ride to Samaria, $512.20 Cash
ilitliassaa sHavlf4o Clock Radio
laying "I saw Death In the
market place and she looked at CDOtl far ttest Mae TEAM IUTU I Box 8457-P2 Savannah, G*.

me strangely. I must nee from ..- -

.. -.. ----.-_... ,,...., ..--.---. .- --.....,. ., A>..._ resat o- ,

..-... .- ...,.,,' ,

PAGE 4 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 9SSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS3SSSXSKS& P+ 'sdnal Mention .1 C.flees Evans,and Elementary now secretary school of ,Lilllo.was

------ JUST BROWSIN' only home from vacation in New
Beatrice L. Miller, formerly of York City and New Jenefey i
By PAUL HENRY Christian Hospital admitting of. week when hit by a car Friday,
,. August 25'. Mrs. Millar U recUtUeratlng
.... ls:: ;f----- at home and wishes. td

Mr. and Mrs. Harry i Marko- daughter, V rat of etrolt, left thank the principal and faculty l
wits of the Hampton House and Wednesday morning. Mrs. Eva for the ,''beautiful flowers ? and
Villas are quite pleased because Mae Roberts, Linesta Black, all friends who have visited her
the five boys they sponsored at Carene Manning and son, all of
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421 the Carver YMCA Lake Placid Miami' reported a, veryl\ enjoy Miss Patricia Ann Campbell,
Uranch at 1112 N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2238 Camp were thoughtful enough to able visit to Sarasota. Carolyn Campbell and Saundra
s send them "Thank You" carols. Kaye Brown of Tallahassee have
II. E. SIGISMUM REEVES, Editor and,Publisher The lucky boys were Hubert Hen Mrs. Gertrude Haven of Nassau returned home after spendinga
derson, Alexander .tJravea, Elven who apent two weeks with most enjoyable summer in the
Managing Editor Johnson, Leon Jenkins and Paul relatives in Miami, returned to city with their aunt and uncle,
Gauss Horn Nassau on Thursday. While In Mr. and Mrs. ''Willie Garvina and
Entered Second
August 0, 1027, at thetPost Officeat Miami she visited her -alster-In- cousin, 786 NW 58th St. They
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 Despite all the recent hassling law, Mrs. Florence Haven Grayat i left Saturday morning ,by bus.
over the Fort Lauderdale wade. Delray Beach. It was her first I
ins recently, Negroes' are using visit to Florida in 31 years.
Mrs. Alma F. Brooks of 2307
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the downtown white beaches
Bunche Park School Drive, re.
ONE YEAR $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN $0.00 without incident. It seems the Joseph Cooper left on Wed- turned home after a six weeks
the whites mad
only thing got
nesday after a week's visit with vacation with her dater, Mrs
Member of the Associated NeJP"oI'C8A about was when someone organ. relatives. Mr. Cooper, not a Eloise Combs of Tallahassee.
ized motorcade and 300 Negro
stranger to our city, has been
Brooks who motoredto
Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association: bathers converged on the beach living in Philadelphia for more
Savannah visiting his mother
at once. than 35 ,
r years.Brenvllle returned home also with Mrs.

"CIU DO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" Metro police called on Sunday Roberts and Cyril Brooks, her sluter and daughter,
''Till NKCItO; PHESS believes that America can belt lead the world morning to Investigate a robberyran Roberts, eons of Mrs. Henrietta Pamela.
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man upon a bolita operation with Sweeting, after a week's enjoy. Mrs. Combs and daughter
regardless, 01 race, color or creed, his human and legal rights Hating I adding machines and other nee able visit with their mother and spent ten days here and motor
no man fearing. no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man eseary: equipment at 3196 NW brother, Stanley Sweeting, re ed back with her husband, W. B.
'in the firm belief that all men ore hurt as long as anyone Is held I 48th Terr. Hubert Gordon was turned to their respective homesin Combs, who is specialist in secondary *
back. 'arrested in front of the apart- New York and Youngstown, education for Negroes in
ment,. Police said Gordon told Ohio on Tuesday. Florida.
them that his three partners got
He who endures with patience is a conqueror-Latin. away in another car. .--- .__ __ ___ ___----.o....

PUBLIC WELFAREA Better not put your money under MR SANDY HALL, Manager of the

your mattress. In Chicago, a
special report released this week showed that I seven year old boy found a roll Imperial Hotel, 50 N.W. 8th St.

Dade County spends $34V million dollars a year for of $375 under his mother's mat-
trees and he had a big time with announces the leasing of the dining to of
welfare. room one
public Not
all of this comes from Dade citizens. The Federal Government and the State to $20. When the little chap's the city's foremost caterers

help contribute quite a ,bit toward this $34 million. The escapade was discovered he had
given away $256 and had $119In MR.
State puts up an average of $541,705 per month for old his pocket.In .

age assistance, aid to dependent children, aid ,to the who Is well known here in the food business

blind and totally disabled. Half of this comes from the Moscow an American tour. _
1st has been arrested convictedof .
Federal government, but is administered under state welfare being a spy and sentenced, to

The Federal government spends $700,000 per eight years imprisonment. The restaurant will be open 24 hours daily special.

month for Cuban refugee relief. Dade County spends an izing in barbecue ribs and chicken. Special consid-
average of $181,000 a month for general assistance med Opera Singer Eddie Ruhl of eration to and
New York refused to use the groups organizations. Be our guests!

ical and placement, transportation of the ill and indigent, dressing room used by Charles -.-.- -.--.... ...,-.-.....,-.-.-.-.-,..............-..... ".... -..
foster home payments to TB for Holland, an American Negro
care, hospital county ._._ _._,_, _. ...,..
patients and aid given supplementing or pending statewelf.are tenor, because of his race. The u .._.v-. l .. .......,..10..J"V"I'''-
manager of the Opera, Odd

aid. tenor Gruener singer.A Hegge. fired the white JACKSON & JACKSON

The Health Department operates under a $1,000,730 capacity audience Holland
budget and hospitals $15,355,983.Last an ovation after he sang Construction
the title role in Gounod's CompanyAll
year 11,053 families and 3,698 individuals received "Faust" with the Norwegian
direct assistance from the county. Opera. The audience respondedwith Types of Construction'
thunderous applause at the
Only $600,000 per year of the total welfare budgetof end of his first scene and an ex
million tra hearty round after the final ROBERT JACKSON. OWNER
$2.7 is dispensed in direct relief. The federal
curtain. It all happened in Oslo
government spends more than $600,000 in one month on Tuesday. .
for Cuban refugee relief. Holland is now a resident of
Amsterdam, Netherlands.A 0 FHA BANK INSURANCE

free trip to Nassau by the TITLE ONE FINANCING

While everything pertaining to the desegregation of cruise ship Bahama Star, and it |, 0 LICENSED INSURED
public schools in Atlanta went could be two of you. Who pays
on smoothly and that
for It? Miami Chamber of Commerce
city has been receiving congratulations from President will pick up the tab. You and Second Mortgages

Kennedy, the press and other prominent Americans, will also have free use of a .
comes J. B. Stoner of Atlanta, an avowed segregationist, Cadillac for a week. Wow!

attacking FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover, United States To get, all of this you must be Additional Florida Room Close in Carport
Attorney Robert Kennedy. All of this happened at a the millionth resident of Greater
Miami. Contest entries are being WILL BUILD ON YOUR LOT
meeting of the National State
Rights Party at Alliston, accepted at the Chamber of
Ala. on Tuesday night. Commerce offices, 345 NE 2nd
Ave. It is open to all newcomers NO MONEY DOWN
Following the meeting Hoover and Attorney Gen. moving here between Sept. 1 and

Kennedy were hanged in effigy. Also hanged were James Oct. 19 Entries close at 5 p.m. 5240 N.W. 29th Avenue NE 5-0260

Farmer of COKE; ; Clay Slate and Joe Landers, two FBI will Oct. be 19 named The millionth on Oct. 2 O.resident .. "'. .--.....- r .-. 1 I. DO "'. ...
Alabama agents.A To enter you must submit your

name, address, age, occupation,
collection was taken ;to defend the nine men indicted where employed, a picture of the

in connection with ,burning of a Freedom Riders' family and their ages. Beauticians' Unit No. 7
It's the first time your Brow SPONSORS
ser has mentioned It this season
but as usual, he is expect.
Schools opened this week in Dade and other counties ing his favorite team to win the DANCE AND HAIR STYLE SHOWFOR

in and out of the state. Integration is moving ,along pennant. Maybe you'll remember
the Los Angeles Dodg
somothly, even in Little Rock where the most trouble took ers UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND

place. Governor Faubus and his followers who tried so Bill Littles can't see Yankee

hard to defy the courts of the country, have undoubtedly star Roger Marls reaching DabeRuth's KING 0' HEARTS CLUB
record 60 home I
learned how hard it is ,to kick against the decision of the believe he is wrong this runs.time. 6000 N.W. 7th Avenue

Supreme Court.Mississippi. I'm looking for Marls to hit 60
or 61. Maybe I am too optimis o
< and some others know ,they are fightinga tic, but there's only fire more to

losing battle.. They too, will soon fall in line, even if it tie the record. Thursday
takes the NAACP to Sept. 14th
hustle them along. Seniors !Dade County Schools ,
will learn something about the
Dade County now has more than 350 students in United Fund this year and they 10 O'CLOCK TIL??

mixed schools including the junior college which now has will have the opportunity of con.
mixed classrooms. Integrated schools are Allapattah Elementary ducting campaigns with their MASTER OF CEREMONIES '

, Coconut Grove Elementary, Fulford Elementary, That own teenage should be chairmen interesting and to staff.the Phil "The Untouchable"' Harris

Vineland Elementary, Gladeview Elementary, Earlington youngsters.The STARRING

Heights Elementary, Riverside!' Elementary, Air Base
Elementary, and North Miami Beach Junior High. City agreed Commission to extend on Wednesday the Sammy Moore and Dave Prater

closing time for liquor store
salesmen from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Co-Starring SAM EARLY, His Hammond. Organ
The ordinance) was read for the
Last week Ye Editor made his second appeal to the first time on Wednesday., And Band

County Commissioners to get rid of signs designatingrace h Houston Adv. Donation $1.00 At Door $1.25
in the courthouse. Ho has had several calls about it. Mrs. and For Reservations
four daughters have returned Call PL 8.2339
But there are no such signs. They have been removedsome from Sarasota where they visited Tickets cnn be purchased from
time ago. Ye Editor made a check and now he has with her brother, James Frank your beauticianMrs.
Gaines and Alfred Houston. : :Marlon Muldrow, Committee
son Chairman
to again congratulate those officials responsible for this I

.. .
improvement. Mrs. Advela Black and little :; ,/.
",, .. . "

a "....... JII?! 1 .J '!WIll __.


Sensational 'Double AttractionTwo j

A.T Tomorrow_ & Sunday

KNI HT BEAT September 8, 9,10

,:;:' Two For The Price of One "

7wctr : :, ," ,.t'i' -.t:,; ,1'.f.n.k :-' .t."..,''' .H'it"<<:: \,: ,',#.t.'
", a., 5. >,"
:J" ;< .. '::
;:" }., ...: ,;
J ,. of. ,,>> t. -; :
t"'.,',: .t L "'' ','n'>, ,. ,:t,<," "' prs

1k '{'I' '!\}'' : :'\1-
\ fI S %

A' F r a
I AlJr: 1 V 4J



I rS11J x

: p .j r f. '

.5 S S Ji/.54\\/ : t
i 1 ,
I tY 'IS !
'ti rk tix, J"r t r. E r..

S _4''! t' /

S Y.:: a Larry DarneD

..R .a. .A-..ww... nwiw.r.- nrar.are ...ni.w..ar .a .. Crowd pleasing, sweet singer who needs

no introduction to lovers of good,
popular music. Hear him sing your all-

The quartette that sings, entertains and pleases Hear them sing time favorites-There's. only one LARRY
"Big Boy Pete1' and their famous bully gully numbers-Plus many '
others-As only the Olympics can sing. DARNELL.

r ao .r.o sa .a+c"'A''zsoso aorroe.oooaao aaoo

2 Attractions For The Price of One Admission Only $L50

iry ley, ANNOUNCESA rti

f fE
Clyde Killens "The Glass", popular manager of
the Knight Beat Club at the Sir John Hotel, is an.
E nouncing this week another significant enlargement '
.of his popular club-in order to accomodate more H
people. :

The 535 Club, which formerly was located at .,
the south end of the Knight Beat, has been moved to
its new home in the VIP Lounge in the Sir John rr
Hotel 'thus giving more space to the Knight Beat.
Clan, one of Miami's popular clubs of men I
about-town, who made their headquarters at the 535 I
have also moved over with the club. Donald Hyloris I Ii. *
/ MrP'
the president of the Clan. I IS !
BE**. ........
Ladies' nite at the Knight Beat, which is held "The Glass"
every Thursday nite, is fast becoming one of the CLYDE KILLENS

leading midweek attractions at the club. "The Glass" said this week, ,
it is approaching his Tuesday nite Amateur Show in attendance. Valu '
able prizes are always given on Ladies' nite.


FRL, SAT., SUN., SEPT. 14 1516 The Monday nite boxing shows at the Sir John have now become ',,

THE ONE AND ONLY P;7, a "must" on the list of things to ae and places to go. ;.,.'Ji'ry ryh ,
MARIE KNIGHT ..'"l''-,.. There's never a dull moment at the Knight Beat at the Sir John
555 t AEI i;)4.:"Ar
t :i.. Hotel, N.W. Third Avenue and 6th Street, in Miami. '.rrn.
You'll Love Songs

-S ._. .... ,.. .,

I ; .

began the three-year taskof
: MiAMI TIMES !MlAMi. FLORIDA FLA. NORMAL Miamian Returns group building: a model village
which will be used by the Social
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, loot REGISTRATIONSEPT. From AfricaTwo Welfare Department of the

hundred students, teach. Ghana Government as a pilot
11 and project for the Improvement of
en, architects, engineers
ST. AUGUSTINE The traditional their university leaders, of th1year's village life. included the
Crossroads Other projects
Where to Go. Faculty Planning Institute returned Operation this week from construction of village !Schools In
will 'be conducted at Florl.
Memorial I two months In 14 countries of Dahoney, Togo, Senegal, Ivory
da Normal and Industrial and Central Africa. Coast, and Southern Cameroons,
West East
College Sept. 56.to. officially centers In Guinea and the
with youth
begin the 1961.62 college Crossroads, begun In 12 1958 leaders, Republic of the Congo; a mu
What DoMiami 60 participants and
and old
to year at this nearly 70 years
Baptist institution. I is perhaps the widest and best seum in the Gabon; an erosion
service projectin prevention project, access a
known voluntary
This special announcement was
village water supply, and 1m
Calendar of mit, Mies. made by Dr. R. W. Puryear, 'both the United States and provement of an island vilage'inNigeria :
president, who Is currently serving Africa.
SEPTEMBER 12, 1861 Among them was Herman Dor- and a playground and
his 12th consecutive year.
EventsMany American Missionary Association and Mrs. Win- school parking lot in Sierra
He stated that a record breaking ett, son of :Mr.
opens first school for Ne. number of freshmen students fred Dorsett of 3295 NW 43rd Leone.
of our readers have been groes at Fortress Monroe, Va. It this Terr.
heard to say, "What Is there to later became known at Hampton would week in arrive order on to the take campus art in the In Kenya, they helped build a Hully Gully Party
do. Well, in Miami Institute. free medlca: clinic, cleared the
plenty to do and much to special orelntation program. for children's library You are invited to attend a
ground a
do ia take SEPTEMBER 18 1038 Hully Gully Party Saturday, Sep.
be seen. All you need General registration activities and began construction of a
the time and look around you. Henry Armstrong, only fighter will begin on Sept. 11 and in YWCA Camp.In tember 9 at Jackson Toddle
In this day of Integration so to hold three world's titles at the structions' will begin on the following Northern Rhodesia, they Inn, 3038 NW 48th Terr., 8:30
many avenues of opportunity, :same time, surrenders feather day. The last day for registration /ibullt an outdoor theatre for a until. Free admission and refreshments -
social, cultural, sport and other weight crown because of Inability for the semester will be conference ground. In Liberia, a will be seved.
wise, have opened up to us that to make the weight.SEPTEMBER on Sept. 25. staff of teachers conducted educational Mrs. Ada Williams, sponsor

we "can't see the woods for the 14, 1012 Some eight persons on the faculty refresher courses for

trees." Popular singer Billy Danielswas have doctorate degrees and 1,551, or 80 per cent of the
Just to name a few of the born In Jacksonville, Fla. several others are in the process schoolteachers/ and another Advertise It Pays!
where you are welcome of completing the doctorate degree -
her e: Vlscaya, Crandon Park Zoo, SEPTEMBER IB, 1847 within the near future, according a : e'"e.ellln' .-r:;..". !!&iiIJ!
Clyde Beatty's Jungle Land, Quinn Chapel AME Church, to Dean Chao.
MuEa Isle Indian Village, Parrot oldest Negro congregation in 'Persons Interested In course
Jungle, Rare Bird Farm, Serpen-. Chicago, was founded.SEPTE'lDER offerings should contact the office TV Service Calls sl-5
tarlum, Monkey Jungle Hauler.r of the Registrar for same.
Beach, Greynoldi Park. Mathe- 16, 1889 and M soon as possible.'
son Hammock and of court Virginia Claude A. Barnett, founder ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS ".u* 1',UtT8LARRY'S
Beach. and director of the Associated
This week we begin publishing Negro Press, was born In Sanford 3,000 Students T.V.

a special calendar of events PIng Fla. Expected at FAMU

on in Miami. We hare checked I I WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
them all out and guaranteeyour I
enrollment of 3,000 students is
.of our readers BrowardCounty
any any discourtesy or discrimi- expected at Florida A and M Sell Used TVs on Credit

natory treatment, we would appreciate University when school begins 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
a phone call to Managing this fall, according to Dr. GeorgeW.
Editor Garth C. Reeves, OX Gore Jr., president. 1 ? I ? I1IiP a
10421. NewsBy Althou h."the 3,000 enrollment'

SEPT. 1 MAY 31 ART EX. ,., will establish a record for the
HIBIT. Permanent and rotat-- .. 75-year old school, Dr. Gore'
ing collections. Miami Museumof "'< said it does not represent a substantial -
Modern Art. 381 NE 20th Walter Howe '. 'I. Increase from last
year's mark of 2,961 students NOW IN FT. LAUDERDALEIT'S
St. 10 a.m. 6 p.m. dally. Sunday .
noon to 5 p.m. Closed I because' of two Important fac
Mondays. The Broward County Schools
SEPT. 1 MAY 31 EXHIBIT. started their first semester term two factors are more OPENSUNRISE
Museum of Science and Natural Tuesday, this week. Two elementary strict rules governing off-campus
History. 3280 S. Miami Ave. schools have been added In housing facilities and entrance .
Free movies Saturdays and Hallandale. Chester A. Moore, requirements, and an increase of
Sunday. Observatory and and B. F. James, Professor the registration fee from $76
planetarium. Educational pro. Horne, reported, that he Is. the each to $90.Although BOWLING
grams for children and adluts. principal at B. F. James in Hal. A and M begins its .

Monday through Saturday, 9 landale, Lanier Jr. High, has a school year Sept. 8 when, dormitories
a.m. 6 p.m.; Monday evening. new school building.The will be opened to freshmen
7:30 10; Sunday, 2 p.m. 6 and initial faculty meetingswill
p.m.; clewed Tuesdays. C. W. H. Chamber of Com. be scheduled, the first day LANES '
1 SEPT. 1 MAY 1 EXHIBIT. merce will meet Monday night, of clashes will not begin until .
Bulldorama. Architects Sept. 12 at the Chamber Building Sept. 18.

national Bureau of Inter-j at 8:30.: All members are askedto Two special occasions also will 16 AMF Modern Lanes
Products. Dupont be present.
mark the school year. They are
Monday and Friday, 9 the Diamond Anniversary observance .
9 a.m.; Tuesday, Wednesday, The South Broward ViFW Post ,beginning in January of 977 N.W. 17th Ave. Ft. Lauderdale"The
Thursday, 9 a.m. 6 p.m.; No. 8195 will give a Night of 1962 and the year-long celebra.
Saturday 9 a.m. noon; Sun. Games and Lawn Party at the tlon of the Land-Grant Centen
day, closed until Oct. 1, then home of Comrade Roosevelt nial that begins in November, Start of Better Things to Come"
noon 5 p.m. (Buddy) Walker at 24th st. and 1961.
SEPT. 1 9 DRAMA. "Inferno 48th ave. on the next to E s.1e's
..... .... ... ..
," an original play by Rich Grocery Store. Come out and --- --- --- It's All New Just For You!
ard Paul Janaro Actors' Stu. employ yourself this Saturday
dio M Playhouse. 8:15: p.m., night, Sept. 9. HEADQUARTERS FOR

208 Bird Road, Coral Gables. School SuppliesAt LEAGUES ORGANIZED fort Sororities, Fraternities,
SEPT. 8 STOCK CAR RAC. The VFW Post N 8195 will
ING. Palmetto Speedway, 7200 hold Its regular meeting Sept. IS common sense prices Civic Clubs, Youth Organizations, Men Clubs,
NW 74th St. 8:15: p.m. at 8:30 p.m.
SEPT. 9 STOCK CAR RAC JAMES Women Clubs and Churches.

ING. Hialeah Speedway. 3300 5 & 10 Cents Store !
Okeechobee Road. 8:15: p.m.
Arena. 276 NW 6th St. 8:30: (Corner 12th St.)
Open dally 7:30: a.m. to 7 p.m.
.._ ._. .
i L. I JJ ITV- IL.I Monday, Sept. 11-16 Sat. to 0 p.m. Closed Sun. --------- -- ------

Our Past This Week Qooks will be in the .........<......*...*.>.....*.ri......_.......

1.111.I 1_._.....-I U a.I....._.-"- I .1 precinctsREGISTER MIAMI TIMES ADS CASH BENEFITS ,

John R. Lynch, Negro congressman I for you every day! f
from Mississippi. during the I i5if S
Reconstruction, was born near
Ferriday" La.SEPTEMBER. Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller For Sickness or AccidentTo

11, 1007 Not a Rootman Not God Either But Replace Your Salary '
Dr. Joseph H. Jackson, president .
of National Baptist Con JUST ,A GOD' SENT MAN When Hospitalized ;a 3.

vention, USA, Inc., born In Sum.
Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors For Men Up To "b

Do havn ? Up To
you A problem
llualnesa Bad, Marriage $100 weekFor
You're thinking of call us
.Falling, Can't win the manor
\\., cnn help you with any or 3
.. woman you love, Been Women and Children )
your flower occasionsPerry's ,
r Crossed, Need Money,
: Ito <
$50 per week .11
everything Going Wrong?
; HICKTII.{ : MflR
Health Dad? Can't Satisfy Hospitalizations
< t Birth to Age 85
lour Husband or Wife? Up to $200 Surgical Benefits

S \ Up to $24 First 3 days $12 Next 97
Want Days
) a New Home or Car?
Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18
=r -
Grandpa and Grandma
Special-Ages up to 85
SEE ME TODAY Retirement Income at 65

Vfvrr before In the history The Company With The

t4 -. ur )Miami have BO many GOLDEN SHIELD POLICY

people been helped by this No lit or H Benefit Full protection from application

Florist great wonder man. LI I F F INSURANCE COMPANY

It costs nothing to OF FLORIDAHome
1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue

Phone FR 4-t 205 E come in and talk Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 5-2510

More Satisfying Than 80 Service Yenrsof 627 N.W. 9th SiApt. 1 FR 1-3363 District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 16S28tHE

-." - .
.... -- 11. -, -

..... .. ...... .
.. ., ,. "- ,.. 1"u'

r .' ; j. ':" COMPLETE .. ,:, ',


27th Ave. at 54th St.

' :. t Good thru September 9th, teller's AG Store Only
Franks 29

Georgia; Grade "A" C
LB. cutup Ib


CHUNK Bologna 290AUNT LB. HAM 490 ONES 15 t

_- ...
'c' -'-
Corn Meal 290 CORN 2 for 390

with order*5 29c Peaches 3 for 690

ROYAL"R"-46 OZ. 2 FOR JE.Wt.LiSkortening
Pineapple Juice 49CLIPTON'S100 3 Ib 590

JIFFY-9 oz.Cake
TEA BAGS 99c Mix 3 for 29c! .
Cranberry 190 II' FOR SALE HOUSECan $450.00 I bleach 39cFANCY
Sauce be moved on your lot. Check At
,- this store- for-more,, .details, '." :.. -
PEAS 2for39l ( LB. CURES 3 for 19t
Ground BEEF 29
Coffee 234 DAD'S /GAL. Peppers 19 ,

PETER PAN 12 OZ. Root Beer 394BEST DOZ.

Peanut Butter 370! Lemons 290Sweet '
BORDEN'S TALL CAN and Juicy Bartlett lb.
YAMS' 94 Pears 190I

Milk?394 .... ,' M";':' .. ..... p- .. .' ,. ,', '
We Cash Payroll Checks Cold Beer At All Times Open 24 Hours A DIYAG
I j j



8 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 Opener AgainstThunderbirds

' AME Schedule of Returns
From Spain The Mays High Rams are 1W1TJ
diligently getting ready for .
Annual Conferences .Friends of Miss Edna DeVeaux their 1961 opener with "Bo"Arnold's ..
entertained her upon her return North Dade Thunderbirds -
from Madrid; Spain, after attending Sept. 16 at Dorsey Park.
Announced the University'. of Madrid for The Rams' will be out to avengea OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd Ave.. & 69th St.
six weeks. .Miss DeVeaux was 12.4 loss in the 1960 opener I. '
Bishop S. L. Greene, presiding one of the three Negroes attend. handed them by the Birds. \ ii ,
bishop of the llth Episcopal ing the summer. session. En. Key holdovers from last season
District announces the scheduleof route to the states' she stoppedfor (5-4) team are veteran
annual conferences for the a few day,. at Portugal. It linemen Sam Spivey, Corlls STARTS FRIDAYm'
conference year, 1961 was delightful to hear her tell Jones, "Homeroom" Jackson,
the story of her trip, Movies I Willie Weston, Van Birts, Horace
The Annual Conferences will were also shown.TAMPA "The Animal" Graham and

not convene worship for services formal openingand .until Henry The Mitchell.quarterbacking chores GRRY COOPER 'DEOOOAII HERB

Thursday morning of week.
FLORIDA will be handled by senior Howard -
Schedule of Conferences: Convenes at Payne Chapel, Knight, and sophomore sen
Sarasota, Wednesday, 9 a.m. sation "Wee" Lee Bohler. Sea.
GREATER. FLORIDA Oct. 18. Her, D. B. Mack, host soned ball carriers on hand are
Convenes at Mt. Pisgah, Lake pastor, 513 Central Ave. "Duke" Armstrong, and -"Race
Wales, Wednesday, 9 a.m., Sept Horee" Bates. Promising backsare
20. Rev. A. M White, host pas. SOUTH FLORIDA "Handy Andy" Green, Clarence
tor. 519 E. Washington St. Convenes, Allen Chapel, Lake Martin, Charles Richardson -
WEST FLORIDA Wales, Wednesday, 9 a.m. Oct. and Chuck Carey.
25. Rev W. II. Zanders, host
Church, Mariana In St., Wednesday James AME 9 natter, 39. Lincoln _St._ ---- ., f
a.m. Sept. 27, Rev. H. L. Smith CITYWIDEREGISTRATION
Convenes at Bethel Church
pastor, 430 Orange St.
ORLANDO FLORIDA Palatka, Wednesday 9 a.m., November DRIVE
Convenes 1. Rev. S. Andrews, host
Mt. Morlah Church
Cocoa, Wednesday, 9 a.m. Oct. pastor 115 'West 8th St. \
Monday Sept. 11-16
4, Rev. T. E. Wright, host pas BAHAMAS CONFERENCE !I @lli'S'F) PI!
tor, 304 Magnolia St. Convenes 10 a.m. Thursday, Rfooks will be in the
CENTRAL FLORIDA Dec. 7, Benjamin Memorial ULJ\liJ M1i\1i'\U U vy o r2nn r5 rUSHMQREOUCHT
Convenes In St. Mark, Orlando Church City of Nassau, Bahamas precinctsREGISTER Lr MEANS NO ONE SEATED
Wednesday 9 a.m., Oct. 11. Rer. Edward Benjamin, host pastor n2 DURINS LAST 13 MINUTES
Rev. J. D. Washington host: pan- Post Office Box 2283, G. T. NOW I A
tor, 814 Avondale St. Nassau.OPEN -- ....- THE Niki EDCiPLUS


Kindergarten in the rear of

Metropolitan B apt i s t .. ,. ,. .. "..
Church 1778 NW 69th St. ..... >.i>O{'r: r _____--
$4.50 per week. Ages 2-6 I HIS .___

Give us a trial r Pick up and deliveryMU AND NAME '
All work guaranteed Teachers: FAME
M rs. lUrkley ME Hicks RAGE ,
Rev. J. Williams SEAS OF ____
2184 N.W. 7th Avenue pastor I: THE WORLD! ____ MJOSEPN

####".###.#..,##,#".,###***####,####,#,#" #######,,,,##" '#'#4 I I I EIEYINEMotmiQ


Corner lot, near 74th St. and 7th Ave.

1 $350 Down-$75 Month. STARTS SUN. T1

Total Price $11,250 "Thief Of I

Baghdad"Steve ,..rw I


7927 N.W. 7th Ave. "Warrior Empress" I REt101p If ffYE Y filEU6R 1l16ftG V9lI II f IO II U 1)I )

''PL 1.7592 I I NDIIE Iit :; +M

##" " ,#" "
" " " '" " ,

..._ :::: ::: ::: '. ......... ,... ::


.. .
-- -

I rRWiyAl!
P '
No Down Paymentlow ,


Low Closing Costs I 1 .

Gorgeous 3-bedroom CBS 2 baths beautiful corner. I

Tile roof, one mortgage. Only $435 cash-no extras STRAIGHTENYOUR ...fHE'I

Lovely CBS, tile roof, carporte, one mortgage. Only HAIRat -
$71 a month. $375 cash-no extras. c:...-'Ic. l''DLuii<<
LEGAL REALTY HOME in one quick, taw p ( jJL

MU 8-3923 JE 8-5050 PL 8-0290
NIGIITS can have natural-looking PLUS
straight hair the safe
.!! easy
;; ; 5 ;; :: J SILKY STRATE way. Do it
: yourself at home and save time I
To enjoy favorite directions money.assure easy-to-follow professional- -........-.......................................,. .......................EVER.. Ic1N I
your drinks ina
like results. Your hair stays I l I'
dOP' I
pleasant and distinguished atmosphere straight and easy-to-manage for 11: es .A
months will not go back "or 'H.,
even when wet. y :;: ft" I

VISIT THE FOR coarM MCNi hair.WOMEN R 0xilar. Strength for short ......, 4 lt! '" !ft"WldcyI't'He', I

FOR and ChHdrtn Gtnti
Strength for long,fine heir.STATB. 1
r.'adIV ,*, .

"MIAMI'S MOST BEAUTIFUL LOUNGE" s : M.Dl?? ,t .': .::' '
r : : :I
Air-Conditioned ... ,.
Cut-rate .u .
Package Goods a "'" ., .
Yes, we deliver 4 -8 p.m. Call PL 9-9400 '
: > ti'
WILBUIl J. RHASSFICLD, MANAGER .. .vrii ........ .......
Md HARRY JAMES i4 Mt tad Produced' '*HncM by KKIY LEWIS WrittM ky Jmy LMd
PLENTY OF PARKING IN TIlE REAR lid 6 J ftdunrt Aaotiiti rrnhxir im t a GtakimM KM rTHE ..b.errrprw W k..... .
.1 ,..."*'

6222. N.W. 7th Ave. (In Jackson's Store Bid .) .- ---_-- .,-. -- 7 chnIcolor'j
In every package
bT M'Y.f-
: : X a'.

,ji':,. 1iJ// ..

,. .
:/' -

i!-I .. .

r n-ft-n-tnra: r h r rIN. I THE, MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


--........... .......'--' .... .... .., -....................... : ......." Nite' club entertainers
.Miss Jerona Smith, graduatedlast In a double-ring ceremony at- Singers, dancers comedians Baker's Famous Corner
June from Charles Evans St. ,
Margaret's' Church .
Hugbeia School, New York, witha Road on August 16, Miss Verna Work weekends good pay
diploma of General Education Llghtbourne' daughter of MOB. /' 6901. .'.N.W., 15th Avenue
with i Regents and Academic Florle Llghtbourne and the late STARLITE LOUNGE *''
credit, and was awarded with Mr. Llghtbourne, was married to s. Open.. 7'a.m. to 5 a.m.
the General Organization's Service Franklyn Knowles, son of Mae ';.' ..
Gold Pin at graduation.Miss Archer. The Rev. Father Michael 20 S.W.17th Ave. w- : PACKAGE GOODS
Smith, 18, Is a daughter of Eldon, assisted by the Rev. Fr.
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Smith of John Reeves'' of Key West, performed 'Phone FR 9-9430 "MUSICAL". ENTERTAINMENT
Ernest St., Nassau, and a for. the ceremony. \ '.
mer student at Eastern Senior Early' Morning Get-Together Session
School. She will take a laboratory Wellington
Ferguson of George Main Topic Everything
technician's course at the town, Exuma, returned to Nas-
It !
Mandel School Pays
for Medical As :au recently after completing a
slstants. course in education at the University t' .:='. ..:='..:..:.. .:..:..:..,:.r....:....:...:..:.. .....::..}t.-;..=..:....... .::.. .. ..:..:... .-t... ,. .w.-Jtr. ':!:'''.!. ''....
of Oxford, England. Mr. .r : : .
//.w16w//.ML d6.d6wv..lAwaw/.w/6 .n.wl6wlr.Mr..1M.R A .ILw16w M .O .w 6. w
.._. _
Ralph, Ferguson was awarded a Com.
Whltfleld: Knowles, 38,
monwealth '
scholarship. His studies -
was charged In the Magistrate's '
took him to Moscow and
Court with
falsifying accounts many other European cities. He iccX31
at the ,
sub.postoffice Is the son of Mr. and Mrs.
and stealing money to the Stafford Ferguson, and was n.
amount of $1,892.80. \
The of. principal of the public school at ;
committed fences were sometime said to have been mght.MUe.lRock, Grand Bahama ;! \ \ CLUBPresents y11f'J
between ')etore he went to England.
January and July while Knowleswas I
was clerk allowed at,ball the post ofllo& He Miss Telsenla Balfour, daughfer :J J!
$1,400 with of Pearl Bode and Cyril
one or more sureties; Daker, son of Mrs. Marla Baker, t tin uJnl
vere married at St. Joseph's
Harold Scott, who has been ''hurch on Aug. 20. ': : ;:j
: fi
living at Fort Pierce, Fla. for ANDREWS' JEWELERS ; In9-In9I
the past 63 years, arrived in .
Nassau on August CLOCK REPAIRS =* : I Ii"f
weeks' visit. He was the guest 40 Years in Business I K C. SMITH, Mgr."MANAGER'S t tI
of his brother, Herbert Scott of All work guaranteed :.nt t

West ed at place Street.the,changes but Mr.said Scott that he was have can amaz still taken 303 N.W.FR 3-0152 2nd Ave. !;:!!: WEEKEND"Yours ;i h["1

remember a few places. EXPERT WATCH AND I itj 1
;: }

I i'1u'! -- I
KELSAN presents another hit I



Queen of Shake "KOLOA"Plus ;1t t .
The Comic Sensation P n Presents. #
Madam Ticklepuss \ b 1" Mi#1


;I jf __
FIESTA CLUB i Featuring 1

Admission Free Tables Free iH 1 r 1
Maxie Newbold and
MONA LISA, M.C. !: ,1
I ,
Carlos Clarke, Your Congenial Host J l!'F'V ''
$'II His Combo u ; tl
"'; I Ija

.. i
: ;: ---.0- : : :
;'1; Extra Added ,,2:4
B Attraction: :,, f j ,I 4

ifiug (@ llIpart fi 1 e :' ItU1

=u; THE STEREOS Int1 #

6000 N.W. 7th Avenue ?'; !

Ei' PlusBlues lIlt r:
21 t
I ':1 Singing :1 1i

Recording Artists b#i "RITA" CHICKIE HORNS 1:1i #::

WILL APPEAR | #ff"i J1 i t1 t1I. 1 1cc 1

MONDA, SEPT. 11thIo r 1:1 1 George Douglas, H.G. i#


3 BSg 'Shows 10:30, 12:30, 2:30 h tit I I. t!

p: Admission .. -. 50 1i1
PHIL "The Untouchable" HARRIS I c

Advance $1.25 Door $1.50 #8 1900 N. W. 75th Street r

For Reservation: PL 8-2339 Iu ll c

& tr&r&i t&t&tr&&' &w* tisy' '1: 'r4r
: :i : VA& jMVjHyA& yjujt yj MK *
.. .

-. .. $; ,. .

[ I

Liberty City in VoterRegistration See t h e.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 world' great k

II 1 healer and .Ai

Drive teacher. I
i .I
y If yon are sick :. '
fly O. G.. nOI LE' be able to throw the objection. and worrieddon't '
I abler out and replace them with Mt'
fall to see
Rudolph Levarity of Rudy'sTV representatives of your views :
and Record Center of Liberty and your community nie Daily 3 pan. '
City has been designated as to 0 p.m.Wednesday. '
? r. + general chairman of a citywide THIS ELECTIONDirFEIlENT

: : Miami voters' registration in drive.the The Mary special healing ser
1f r heaquarters No community representationin
vice, 8 '' to 10 St. Matt.
Elizabeth Hotel, Liberty City the past, we have known littleor p.m. p.m.
headquarter will be on 15th nothing about candidates in 5 and 0. Blessed are the peacemakers

Ave. in 6900 block on the east the past, other than paid political for they shall be called
side of the street. The buildingis advertisefent, and his name
the children of God.
being prepared to serve as
appearing on the ballot, this is
campaign headquarters for a shocking that in this day and NE 8020:
prospective Negro city commit
time we permit thisll
d slon candidate also. 1959 N.W. 59th St.
Ali x 79r g [ s

The registration! book will be Jealousy and hate, envy and
on 15th me., for six days, during selfishness: has left our ances-
September 11-16" For further de- tors in the position of the powerful
tais: call OX 16821. When this crabs In the barrel. It is -
: g :g.LY.2u. m1The I L 1Ir:3I : Is will have to
UIJa tff < period up you Just as important to secure your Beautiful Home on
register downtown, 116 Flagler child's future politically as wellas
E. Scott the well planned educational
doors of James I I
St. The deadline for the downtown Your Lot
Community, Association DayCare i program for parents with young your
office is Oct. 21.
Centers will swing wide 'I children After school care is son cannot register neither can
I also provided at both centers for your daughter unless they are
open on Tuesday morning, Sept. HOW YOU QUALIFY TO There" 7ew
21 of Is false
years age. a
and children of elementary school
5 at 7.30: a.m. to greet new REGISTER;
children. Centers ape! Parents who have not yet notion being bandied around a
old arc located pre-cchool at 6306 NW 14th I enrohed their children may do You must be a citizen of the Negro will only sell us out, if
United States of America. he gets in, any Negro we elect
and James E. Scott so at the Centers Tuesday, Sept.
ave. (rear)
I You must be 21 years of age, works for us or when his termIs
Homes 7200 NW 22nd ave. 5. and In the State of Florida youdon't up we repace him! The
'I Remember to bring the child's
well known
JESCA Centers are
have to read and write. sooner we stop fighting
health certificate when making
,1 and training
for the excellent care
I' You must be a resident in the ourselves and recognize that the Complete Building Service
child and application. .
given the young
county one year and 6 monthsin difference between one Negro
the city. and another is very insignificant PLANNING
The areas of Liberty City, and Its the difference between the
Miami is open for chairmanshipof I kind of community we live in e BUILDING
the respective areas, the Co. and the kind of community life e FINANCINGYour
City of Atlanta Sets conut Grove section is shapingup 'I others have learned to develop New home

I we understand Mr. Arthur ,for themselves, whether they
Dunn of Dew Drop Inn Phar were born in Augusta, Georgiaor No Down
I macy is scheduled to lead the Blmlni, Bahamas No man is
for the drive there.Volunteer. an island. What effects one ef
Example South I workers are neededIn fects all! No Negro can rise PaymentOver
other categories men women above the problems of his people.
and teenagers. IIINI .. ,.,, Twenty Year of
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., II N/I" 6 # tH
I Construction ExperleneeGuaranteed .
president of the Atlanta"based YOU MUST REGISTER TO Meet Your Friend. at
Southern Christian Leadership VOTE Satisfaction
Conference I Issued the following LITTLE CAL'S
statement early today throughhis CITY STAFF When you have you will then QQ aQ L7mmv
be able
to carry out your obligation
Atlanta office 2955 N. W. 54th St
and privilege as an
After two days of peaceful de JACKSONVILLE Edward J. American citizen. You will be (V@ru
Norman and Rev. Richard L. able
actively as a a
segregation of its public schools, '
Atlanta gives the nation and the Wilson, wore the two top men part of the community, as a partof PL 1-3604
world a magnificent demonstration recently as the result of competitive the state, and as a part of the Cold Beer and Wine Mlam
examinations for selectionsof
nation, will be
you equal to
of good faith, good sense, two expediters, The two men man or woman regardless any of Hot 888 N.E. 79th St
and good planning. The orderly Sandwiches
work with City CommissionerLouis
race creed
or color, financial
lvq) desegregation of our public Ritter's department and eitlon po.
your vote is equally as HAROLD YOUNUn.ooD.
schools: evidences that "It can Prop
act in an advisory capacity betwaen powerful, and counts! You will .JOIN THE
I be done" In the Deep South. It : neighborhood groups and' r ##" #" ,#,,. NAACP!
is the result of planning, wis. their department
-"" -- --- -
dom, patience and a lot of hard - ---- --- --- :7' _
work by both Negro and the d

I 14 white accomplishment community This may significant well The YWCA Goes For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call

: serve as a stimulus and guide
I'"I for other communities in the CampingSeptember
Deep South to move down the BONDED w N
; real peaceful compliance Organizations 15.17 are the dates
'' like HOPE and OASIS for the weekend Camp Owalssa
I a are to be commended for their Bauer with Murrell YWCA.
positive cooperative action in Girls and boys 8-17 are invited
solving a difficult problem The to come and take part in a fun
I I efforts of Mayor Hartsfield, weekend The fee is $8.00 for '
Chief Jenkins, Mr. Letson and members and $8.75 for non- COLLECTIONa
I the constructive editorials of members.. This covers transportation
I the local press have all contrlbut-I insurance, meals and lodg
\ ed to this significant ing. Provision will be made for
ward in actualizing the demo Catholic campers to go to mass'
cratic principles on which our and a camp service to go to mass AGENCY Inca
great nation was founded The for Protestant youngsters. Reg-
Negro students and parents are iitration may be sent in or tak ,
to be commended for their courage en to Mrs. Carolyn D. McDon.

perserverance and commit aId, program director, 114 S. E. M
ment to the American Dream. 4th et.Dugie's. The largest collection and rental >>

8CLC sincerely commends the agency in the South operating in
city of Atlanta in this epochal
I moment of our nation's history. Guest House
Dade and Broward Counties'

I The House of Clean Rooms

I EXPERT WATCH AND Overnight Rooms Negro Housing areas

CLOCK REPAIRS Clean rooms cost less L C 9ROOK8 PresidentMANAGING '
Andrews' Jewelers
i Phone NE 4-3851 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
303 N.W. 2nd Ave. IN DADE AND

r' All work Quaranteei 2941 N.W. 47th St. BROWARD COUNTIES

Miami 42 Fla.
40 Years In Business ,

FR 30152 ,Jamaica Dugle, always a friend S
j S23 lof

h, I ,, A

4 _._-_ ......... ...--/JflJl': rRARKLEYS __. R 0.
I ;


j -
I The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376 .J


Binders 35* to 1.40 Hinders k 206 N.W. 76th 8T .........._ PL 8-9827 i 1019 N.W. eth 8T
Sheets 5* to 23* Compositionballpoint ". 1801 GRAND AVE ..........._ HI| 5-1381 Ft. Lauderdale _..._._. JA 4.ut7

Pens 10* OH*. Books 25* .a0. I t 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. ?-_ NE 1.14. e 339 HAMMONDVILL1 RD.

FoKe-No Sets 2.08
Gifts S 1675 N.W. 82nd St. OK '.'44fJ Pompano ...,.. ? WH I-1235
Straightening: Bridge Keno Sots 1.08

Combs 70* :2.08 Irons BO* 2.08 e 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE. Opc Locks MU t-017

I'1', I pe"'ne' ..,?.._ CI 5-1853 14460 N.W. Und AVE.
4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 98733I
"" -'ilW"--- _
"" fI

"" JI J- .. ., .
I J ml ). .. .. ,. .". '.I !'!ti "

.' .. to,'.' SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 PAGE 11

BETHANY S. D. A. Liberty City Lutheran

Elder C. B. Rock, pastor Sunday School . . 2:00

airs Evelyn W. Tynes, reporter Worship Service . . 3:00
6001 NW 25th Avenue Carver YMCA

Rev. John Dede, pastor
Bethany Invites you to Us

Men's Day program on Saturday, Rev. Dede will speak: on the

............. ......... Sept. 9. topic, "Unquestioning Faith."
The men of the church will be Mrr. Carolyn McDonald will
MARTIN MEMORIAL NEW BETHEL BAPTIST featured In the Sabbath School again accompany the congregalonal -
FAITHThe beginning at 9:15: a.m. and at .
; singing since she has returned
Richmond HeightsThe 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace
the Divine Worship Hour, 11
Baha'is of Miami will from her vacation.
pre. women of Martin AMH Rev. Ernest Williams pastor Elder Matthew Greene of
sent their regular weeekly discussion are making plans for their 2nd Deacon Fred Williams, reporter St. Petw&bug will be the guest

at the Daha'i Center 137 annuual Woman's Day program Sunday School . . 9:30 Highlighting the activities .
speaker. ST. JAMES A. M. E.
NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sept. 10. Sunday Oct. 8 been selected 11 UO
has Morning worship . : of the day will be special
The subject for this session will as the day which Mrs. Prince . 7:30
be "Progressive Revelation." Evening worship muck provided by the church's Rev. M. McNeal Harris, minister
Hepburn as chairman. We will Male Chorus under the directionof Sunday School . . 9:30
The public is cordially invitedto ne-' support to help us. The No. 2 choir will furnish
Richard Strachan. Morning worship . 11:00
attend. Phone secretary FR M Betty Walker chairman music during our Sunday ser-
Evening worship . . 7:00
1-5420 for further information. o, ibllclty: committee will keep vices. Happenings of the day will be

you reminded of the day. led by Herbert Long, chairmanof Services for Sunday Sept. 10
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN Our pastor an insplr. the Men's Day program and I will occur In the following order:
all It.
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. ng message. We enjoyed Elder C. B. Rock. ,Choir No. 2 will furnish music
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. We invite you to come and spend
at the 11 service.
This special event la one of a.m.
Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor P. W. Williams, pastor a Sunday with us. Our services several which will be presented

Sunday School . . 9:10 Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter are open to all.ANTIOCH. throughout the year leading up The sermon will be deliveredby

Morning service . . 11:00 Sunday School . . 9:30 to the ground breaking ceremon- the pastor, subject, "God
Evening service . . 7:00 Morning Worship . 11:00 BAPTISTRev. 118S of the new worship edifice location Fills The Center of The Stage."

Wed. night study . . 8:16 BTU . . . . I 5:30 across from the Bethany
O. W. Foster, pastor At the evening service music
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Evening Worship . . 7:00: Junior Academy at NW 25th ave.
Rachel B. Pratt, reporterSunday will be furnished by the No. 2
The Savoys are happy to be The general chairman of theWoman's School . . 9:30: and 60th st., in January, 19621 choir, and a sermonette will be
committee is ask.
back in Miami after a wonderful Day Morning Worship . . 11:00 Again we extend an invitation delivered.The .
Ing each let'e.
vacation during August. The woman carry out BTU . . . . IS:30 to you.
pastor and congregation are our responsibilities" : "I ought, I Evening Worship . . 1:00 14th Annual Woman's
can, I will Day observance 1&1 in
Jordan Grove M. Bkptut now pro.
deeply grateful to the Rev. J. C
There will be a lemon squeeze The members of the Junior gress. Mesdames Ethel Once
Thompson for his preaching and party Saturday night at the homeof Choir cordially Invite you to at. 1 5946 N.W. 12th Ave. chairman, Martha Nicholsou, cochairman -
leading in public worship dur Sister Idella Jackson, 1710 tend a special program on Sun Rev. C. 11. Smith pastor supported by 8 ene4r-
ing the month.
NW 68th st. Come one, come all. day afternoon at 3 o'clock. The I getlo captains. The program com
This Sunday after morning Sponsored by the hospitality and rogram committee is making. Revival service will begin mittee, Mrs. Lugusta Colton,

service there will be a congregational treasure cominltttees. plans for an enjoyable after Monday night, Sept. 11 running chairman, supported by 48 ener-

meetin, to elect the nomi. On Sunday night, Sept. 10th noon. through Thursday, Sept.Davis 21. nteresting program. Termination
Rev. W. D
natlng committee for 1961. there will be a musical program Preaching by day, Sunday, Oct. 15.
of Albany. Ga. also the No. 1
after service at the church, 1809 TEMPLE BAPTIST

This Sunday evening at 7:30,, general chairman and decoration choir will celebrate its 3rd an G 000 00 0 0 CI 000 C;0 C ra: 0 .i
8 8 ending
the devotional will be led by NW 6th ave., sponsored by the Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor nlversary Sept. p.m.

the Golden Age Club, whom we committee given just for you. Sunday School...................... 9:30: Sept. 10, 3 p.m. featuring some NEED MONEY

are happy to have as our guests Mrs. Annie B. Sullivan, gener. Morning Worship ................ 11:00: of Miami's ibest lingers. The
for the evening. al chairman; Mrs. Matilda Williams Evening!: Worship ..........._....... 7:3: I public is Invited. $25 to $600

'We urge our members to re. ( publicity chairman.ST. B. T. U. .......?.......................... fl:3t Herman Thomas, president; Call PL 8.3653
Rev.C. .
I Annie M. Paris secretary;
turn to the "swing of things'
The No. 1 choir of Temple II, Smith
and numbers.begin our fall season In large PAUL A. M. E. Baptist Church will hold its 28th IDEAL LOAN

ft tiv, M. J. Fayson, Castor annual aanlvereary on the sec. THE CHURCH 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
ond Sunday In September at
ST. MATTHEWS Mrs. lee Cray, reporter I
Temple at 2:45: p.m. '0000000 OODOOOOOXI! A
Sunday School . 0 0 9:30:
Rev. N. F. Clark pastor Morning worship 0 0 11:00: The speaker for the evening Bishop Lillle J.G, Robinson Hall reporter, pastor

Rev. J. E. Munroe, reporter Evening worship . . 7:30 I will be our own Miss Delorls Sunday School . . 10:00:

Next Monday night, Sept. 11 ,Sunday being the first SundayIn Harte. Morning Worship . 11:30 SEE THE WORLD'S
the pastor, officers and members the month, our services were There will be an elegant pro YPCW . . ...... 5:00:
of St. Matthews extend a special well attended. Our pastor delivered gram of singing and speaking Evening Worship . . 7:30: GREAT SPIRITUAL
invitation to all our many the morning message. or different churches and organ. LEADER
friends and to the public to come The Izatlons. It's a program we are The pastor and members ex
budget rally is still in
cordial Invitation to the AND PHYCHIC READER
will enjoy. a
and celebrate with with us our will sure you
progress and terminate the
anniversary. It will be a o n e fourth Sunday in September -- .. ... ".. _.. second week of their 8th anniversary
services. The
night affair. So let everybodycome The pastor Is ask'ng those that be as follows: programwill BISHOP HUNTER

and have a good time. have not ptld to please pay their CITYWIDEREGISTRATION Monday night: Bethel ApostolIc

The many ministers and various budget. Ulshop Sim deliveredthe DRIVE Temple D. Aklns, pastor and If you are sick or worried don't
evening He and his
message. congregation. fall to see me today. Office: hoursdaily
organizations" will be on the
same night. We also ask all wife were visiting after eight Monday, Sept. 11-16 Tuesday: The Triumph Church 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday
members of the church and the months of his four years servicein I Homestead, Elder Griffin, pastor 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 A.UI.
various departments to be press Africa lie spoke on the pro. I Pjoaks will be in the and congregation. In:1 .111.
greta of our church in West Wednesday: New Testament
ent. Africa. Please visit the sick and precinctsREGISTER Church of Apostolic Faith, v.&
shut-in and bring a friend to KKADING8
Farmer pastor and con
Bishop ,
gregation. '..00

S. A. Thomas, pastor __ r Thursday: Pentecost Bethel up
Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. Holiness, Elder Carter, pastor

Sunday School . . I UU E. M. Thomas, pastor and congregation. 5417 SW 17 Bt.
Morning worship . 11:00 Phyllis Myers, reporter THE SOUTH'S Friday: Shining Light Spiritual .

DTU . . . 5:00: Sunday School . . 9:45 Church of Christ, Inc., WEST
COLORED Mother Smith and
Evening worship . 7:00 Morning service . 11:00 LEADING gregation. overseer con HOLLYWOOD

Many members and friesds of BTU ..... '..... ...... . 5:30 PSYCHIC DEADERCONSULT Sunday: The Church, Opa FLA. PROP l I UNTIL l t
. 7:00
Mt. Sinai gathered at the train Evening HER- Locks, Elder Ponder, pastor and

citation Sunday night, Sept. 3 to Sunday both morning and _.-._-- congregation.
wish the pastor bon voyage a* night our pastor delivered the '
he and other ministers of the message. Both messages were ':

city left for Kansas City, Mo. to very inspirational and enjoyable.

attend the National Baptist Con Sunday night after service the

ventlon. Lord's Supper was administeredto Work In New YorkMaids

those who wish to be fed.
Sunday afternoon 10
Sept. Next Sunday at 3 p.m. the No.
the choral of the church
groups 2 usher board will give a tea at
will combine in presenting a de. and Mother's Helpers Cooks
llghtful program in the Interestof the Dixie Park Auditorium. The ,
public Is Invited.
the church
financially. Bro. Wlnfield is sick at home. etc
On the 3rd Sunday the Young All the other member who are Let her year of experience guide ,

Women' League will offer its 111 are doing nicely. and protect you throughout lift

afternoon tea at the home of as a lighthouse guide' th. ship' "Ir ..
Sister Bertha Williams, 776 NW TRINITY C. M. a storm For UCC.N 'In butlntM'

65th St. This promises to be a Trinity l II observing it annualMen' and toys.DON'T -.-- --- Excellent Live-in Positions, Year Round
gala entertainment with an in. IN THE UIo-:
Day program Sunday, STAY RUT.p
teresting program for your en. Sept. 10. This Men's Day promises OUT NOW BY THE OP Private Homes

joyment. to be one of the belt In GOO SHE CAN HELP YOU.

Revival services will get un' Trinity's history,
Office' TOP
committee has
der way Monday after the first The program 9 p.m.
Sunday In October to last for 10 obtained two dynamic speakersfor
d a'a. the morning and evening Thurs. 9 ..."'. to

worrtilp. Rev. T. C. Kelley, pastor 7 p.m. *

The Sunday School Depart. of St. Paul AME Church will DAILYSunday

has chote "Reaching The be the morning speaker. The
People," as the theme for September I speaker for the evening will be : NO DEPOSIT!

to guide the workers in I Father Lorenzo Wooten, pastor 3 .
winning souls for Christ. A of the Church of the Transfigu

Dedicatory Service was held last ration.
Sunday for all officers and work, Another delight planned by TRANSPORTATION

ers of the school. The youth will the committee for this program $1.00 UP
enhance the student and teach. will be the rendering of music

ers on the second Sunday with a for the morning worship by the 23 Years Exptrltnes WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT
skit entitled "Youth Ambassadors Northwestern Senior High Men'sChorus.
For Christ" Breakfast and dinner I MADAMHUNTER
wilt also be served in the kit.

Let every member plan now to chen of the church. I AGENCY
attend and support all of these
programs and event both In 16K7 N.W. 73rd ST. FR 35755BAHA'I
contribution and presence. MIAMI TIMES ADS MIAMI I FLA.Don' 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.

The public Is cordially invitedto Write-Call In Person

visit us at all times and know DON'T COST THEY PAY

that you are welcome.

ole ", _'" =::'::'_ _'0' ).,=',}I< ",,"-,,,,, ,'"'",," '--m' ,__" .



.....:Lo_."" -..... ""' 31. 3-bedroom CBS Home
the I' Drive by these

CARDS MEMORIALS a Move Right in. No Qualifying

__ _J__"_ la, 3035 N.W. 68th St. $500 Down

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD' OF 3045 N.W. 68th St. PaymentWe
l and
sad but loving memory of The family of the late also have 500 others
our dear wife and daughter, I MR. EZEKIEL MONCUR ,
take this opportunity to Inc.
: J' our sincere thanks and I ,
', Patton to the friends and .
r bom for kindness shown 5524 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 7-2559
our hours of 6th
I Many thanks for flowers,
ia W grams, cards, cars and .
means of sympathy. of
thanks to the Range
Home and Fr. Elisha Clarke
Incarnation Church. NOW !
Mrs. Maude Moncur, wife
a'r Mrs. Eunice Thomas, the
., .
V Cantwell Moncur, son
Bernard Moncur, son
Everette Moncur, son
Everlena Moncur, sister 3.
Mrs. Mary Hepburn, of
Errol Moncur, brother of
i Vincent Moncur, 'brother 2

o J Arnold Cherryl Hamilton Thomas grand,, TO SERVE YOU

Of' 0' 4", ,' tt" .t""f'I<"<<
who departed this life September The family of the late :, 'i.lt!; ;: >, \) ; ,',
8, 1956 '"' ;(I't);\ (,
Gone, but not forgotten ELMIRA ROMER ,,":''< >:' ;' ,': ": .' < :
take this opportunity to ) : \/
May she rest In peace our sincere thanks and Mr. I ;; ; ,* :
Milton Poltier, husband friends : '. '
tion to the many
Mrs. Marie Curry, mother '
neighbors who were so kind j
in ; jof
ng our bereavement. ;
IN MEMORIAMIn thanks for your flowers, I
and cars. Special thanks to
loving memory of Range Funeral Home for
courteous services and
Be lard of Holy

Church.Elroy Romer, eon
Caroline, Seymour, Dght.
Essie Edwards sister :
Emerald Murray Gardner,
; ;.r B / .
.. *
Muriel Davis, sister -

., "" ..- _. ,,

DEATHS Me'I r Opa Locka

Y r ..:": 2530 Service Road MU 8.3311

House of Albert. .
Liberty City
s Flanders of
Mrs. Virginia
NW 4th ave., died Aug. 31. 6942 N.W.15th Ave. OX 1-7661
t3 survivors are her husband,
mother, nine children, two
teN, five brothers. Services Homestead
be conducted Saturday at :
p.m. in the chapel. She will 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7.9771
in repose in her home
RUDOLPH W. GLOVER p.m. Friday until funeral
who departed this life Ssrtemebr ...._---..-..-....
5, 1959. Willie Green who resided Mc-
lIe Is not dead, he is just 18201 Homestead ave.,
away. Sleep on, we miss you. died Aug. 31. Services will the Complete understanding and sincere service to
Mrs. Frankie Glover, wife held Saturday at 1 p.m. at {
Rudolph Glover Jr., eon Memorial, Church, Perrine. families of all financial means are cardinal rules at
Mrs. Albertha Drooks, Dght. Green, well known in that a
Mrs Algie' Glover Newton, having operated a grocery the House of Albert.
sister I there for many years, is
ed by several cousins
IN MEMORIAMIn Henry Green of Danla. He The BEST needn't cost more. The question of
be on view in the chapel the
loving memory of my dear 4 'p.m. Friday and in the quality needn't be price. We give the same unstinting
wife, from 7 a.m. Saturday. ,
service and personal attention to every bereaved
Chapel services for
Elaine Beck, 5 month old family, regardless of the amount spent. I
ter of Mr. and Mrs. 611
Beck of 5009 NW 27th .
were conducted Thursday, Mt.

7 Hosea at 11 am.Trapp pioneer T.at Complete Funerals Y

an, died Sept. 2 at 1639 NW
court where he lived in the in
i of Mrs. Alice Murray. from $150
: will be conducted Sept 9 at
a.m. in the chapel. He will

in repose from 1pm. ; ....-.....-....

I Stones Mr. Your Social
Security can bury you. Call us for

Mrs. Henrietta Jane further information
well known citizen and
tician who resided at 1715
59th St., died Thursday. She / 1
,'! I a member of the Love and of I
I 1 I ity, the Faith Society and .
MRS. DIANA PINDER i Agnes Episcopal Church. at
vivors Include a daughter,
who departed this life September ,
Susie B. Outten Aahe, a son ..
5, 1952. Ga.
i O. Outten, a sister,
fervent ascend -r
May our prayers
Sargent, two brothers, .
Ing, and Harvey Sargent," son-In-
Move thee for our souls to
John Ashe three
plead, John, Richard and Michael '
May, thy ing smile, of peace descend and two great grands.Arrangements are 1

Benedictions on us shed. .
Through this life, 0 watch
around us, Richardson .
Pill with love our every I i
I ; breath Miss Ruth Williams of I I LESTER C. ALBERT, Funwol Director ii
And then parting fears surround NW 1st place died Aug. 29. 6942 N.W, 15th Avnu OX lasatjjjbjjnrovejAdvertisinPasjjjJ i
us, vices were held Wednesday a
]1 Guide us through the tolls of 6 from the chapel. She Is a
I 1 death. vived by a mother, Mrs a
William PInder Sr., Williams, a stepfather. ,
And Family Ij velt 'Williams, a son, Larry !
i il



and delivery service, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1961 PAGE 13
NOT WORKING Free estl September 6, 1961. Call OX I" . . ...
mate It you live In :Liberty Cityor 1-2350. S9
Brownsville, we will repair F01tiA
6h. credjt.. Pay weekly. Rowlnc HOMES LE
TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave OX
1161 N.W. 49th Street
4821 NW 8th Ave.
( Open Sunday 1.6
utilities furnished. $12.50 per furniture. 116 3rd Terr. Dl Lido Open daily 10-6 p.m. p.m.

week. 620 NW 8th St., FR Island, Miami Beach. First' big family gets bar 3 large bedrooms, utility room, Florida room,

72902. Caretaker In Apt. 1. 1963 BUICK Convertible Needs gain. Large 3-bedroom, oak Enclosed garage. FHA small down payment

3-room cottages, stove and re minor work done. 1882 NW 70th floors, 2 air conditioners,
frigerator and water furnished. std tile roof, newly decorated NEW NORTHWEST AREACBS

$10 weekly. 569 NW 8th St. FR no qualifying, FHA one like new, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Florida and
72902. 5240 SW 23rd St. It you are
planning to buy arouse in West mortgage. Move in today Utility room. Payment only $81 per month
E. PICARD Hollywood, don't buy until you $995 Down
Rental Agency see our bedroom large living
Rental collections; property room with large picture win- $96 Monthly Pays All $350 DOWNCBS
Management, real estate dow. All modern formica,kitchen, FR 94215FOR
1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7.2902 carporte. Sold by owner. Call 2 bedroom home on large corner lot, near
OX 15453. S16 I. everything. 79th St. bus to Beach. One FHA mortgageFor

3 ROOMS and bath. Wine
Water Is furnished. $12.60 week. and Beer Bar $2,300 SALE these and others call Harry Denny
takes it. WI 7.4083 until 3 p.m.
ly. Call E. Picard Rental
Agency. 921 NW 62nd St., 4 p.m. NEW HOME
FR 72902.
Action Realty Inc.

FURNISHED Efficiency. $14. 935 NW 49th St.
Free gas!, water and electrlcty Help Wanted 253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-4544
4190 NW 32ttd ave.
MOTHER'S helper .to care for Low down payment 1 . . . . . 1"
APARTM N' +. One bedroom. $16 children in the afternoon. Phone
4190 NW 32nd ave. FR 9.5367 or PL 96062. Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.

bedroom apartment. $14. 3200 night NE 4.7200, day OX 1-9541 MO 5.6870 Ford Real Estate Specials!
NW 47th St.
Need a good apprentice bar . . . .
APT. 2 Bedrooms, living room, ber. Full time. 64th St. Barber See these homes today. Drive by, then come by our

kitchen, bath, hot water, re. Shop. 3066 NW 54th St. 11 office. We will help you with the financing.
frigerator and stove furnished,
quiet neighborhood NE 4-3269, Hostesses Attention! $80 Cash
We will pay you $2 on transportation 1. 2997 N.W. 64th St.-$300 Down $59.02 Mo.
FURNISHED tot any live-in girl we $65 a month. 2-bedroom
2129 NW 67th garage St. apartment place. Come early a.m. with with porch, near 54th St. 2. 1177 N.W. 50th St.-$300 Down $77.20 Mo.
change of uniform. Also, available
3.R00M DUPLEXES, unfurnlsh to local residence. Live-out Beautiful 3. 1830 N.W. 52nd St. $995 Down
ed. $13 weekly, 1835 and 1837 cook. Housekeeper job $50 week. Lovely (Brand New 3-bedroom Baths)
NW Eth ave. Call E. PIckard Reliable Employment and Nursing $500 Down
Rental Agency. FR 72902. Service: 432 Espanola, M.B. :$75 a month. 4bedroomswith 4. 825 N.W. 75th St.-$3.50 Down $76.16 Mo.

OFFICE SPACE In desirable lo- jalousied porch, near 5. 5621 N.W. 15th Ave. $1,500 Down

cation, 1111 NW 3rd ave., up NOTICEMrs. Allapattah School and (This is a large 3.bedroom CBS home on a double
stairs. Call Levi Johnson, FR Manor Park Pool.
9.2343. 830 corner lot, across the street from Orchard Villa
Marie Wareham is no uo School)
DUPLEX APT., 2 bedroom, B937 longer in business at the Liberty Chance of a lifetime -
NW 32nd Ave. NE 58018.FURNISHED. Beauty Salon, 6707 NW 16th Imagine live rent free. Pay -.-
Ave. She wants to thank all who

Private efficiency patronized her during the years $490 DownNo We have over 500 others to choose from
apt. In the heart of Edteon Center I The was in business at the Salon other cost. Live in one
Shopping Center. Free light, let the other house make We are open Saturday and Sunday too

gas, for water your and car.phone.6BOO Also NW parkIng 8th- your payments. This won't We will take your lot, home or acreage in on a trade

FURNISHED Ave. Adults only. PL 80792. Apartments For last. Call today. We are the largest real estate office in Liberty City I

Cottage, quiet, secluded We arrangee financing
] and convenient. 748 and
746 NW 69th St. Adults. Rent TRIO REALTY FORD REALTY, Inc.

FURNISHED 1 bedroom 801 N.W. 54th St.
apts. New building 2 stories 10
Utilities free. $16.50 to $20 per NE 5-8745 PL 9-8372 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559

week. Good neighborhood. 137 units, grass and shrubbery, .. .
NW 25th St. Phone day FR _-. ;;'f"'!. ',)-= "f .Y:"__:: ."',:' '.
72196. Evening FR 93530.
beautiful kitchen, oak ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ....... ....... ........ ....... ....... ........ ............... ....... ...... ........ -- _....:. ....... ""':. ....... ....... ....... ....... .......
I. .---- : ::: -: : :f
DUPLEX furnished, near Grand ,
Way and buses, reasonable. 1276 Floors, beautiful bathroom Why Not Own The Best in Dade County?

NW 55th St. with shower and tub. Quiet .....,......;..
APTS. New building, 2 stories, residential ,-
10 units, grass and shrubbery, neighborhood. -. '.. .
beautiful kitchen, oak floors,
beautiful bathroom with shower f ...
754 N.W. 70th St. ... ,"1'1 '
and tub, quiet neighborhood. ?
754 NW 70th St. HI 43673.2DEDROOM rafa

HI 4.3673
unfurnished apt.
1980 NW 65th St. NE 39908. -,. rth
I ..,, .. ,
FURNISHED APT. Private bath. 'li:. 1"'. _.. ', ot. Y .1Y ,
Couple or one person, utilities.
$16 a week. 6552 NW 9th ave.

A HOUSE. 1783, NW 61st St.
James. Smith OX 13625. O Y YY YY

'77th St. Suitable for 2. $35 :, i}
monthly rent. Phone owner.' FR
10221. $695 Down
LOVELYBDiALL house.- $20 Beautiful custom built 3*

week. Will apply rent to pur bedroom, 2 bath CBS, ''largelot I

chase. Own your home, no carporte, tile roof. No
payment. Also: large house
$25. NE 5-556(5. closing costs. No qualifying

ROOM. $10 per week. 2531 NW South of 54th St.2.bedroom :
55th St.. NE 45744.

'POSITION WANTED $595 Down $78 Mo. 1 7530 N. W 10th Avenue

Completely furnished, 2- I ,
v Take care of the aged motheror bedroom CBS duplex. No I Full Tile Baths
father In my home by day or 4-bedrooms CBS 3
permanently. 1012 NW 75th St. closing costs. Live rent free. I
PL 84925. With showers. Largo living room, dining room and kitchen. Wall to
:: I wall carpeting. Indirect lighting, front and rear Florida rooms, 2 large
Seller closing costs
Care-taker for children In my pays patios, 2-car garage with electric eye. Many other beautiful features.Lot .
home. 1219 NW 66th St. PL $345 Dn. $63.30 Mo. So
73325. Pick I 192 x 110. Underground sprinkling system, 12 parkway lights.
up and delivery. Outstanding 2-bedroom CBS I much it will fill a book. Owner will trade for other real estate. Origi-

PIANO INSTRUCTION. My stu Tile roof, hardwood floors, I nal cost $125,000. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
dio. Adults or children. Privateor furnished kitchen. One
class. Master's degree. NE Price Reduced :
50509. mortgage payment. to $65,000
: -. __ __ __ ._ i iI arrangedWe
WILL KEEP a few small child I I We have many homes to i also have many small homes with FHA financing, bank financing

ren in my home by day or week. choose from. Call us or visit and private financing in good locations.

apt.OX 1.9346 11. 2050 NW 66th St., our office day or night. \ CHAS. H. PYKE, Realtor

t PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th Si I
409 E. 9th Street, Hialeah TU 51589Classified I
Advertise It Pays! .'. -. --\" r"'i' :
: "
\ _' .. ,_ __ !!! - -

, .. .

. ', '. '- .

." .. ,
--- -


THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA .Ai UIU UJU''UJIUIIl UIILW i1h1) !tL\mrmu ITmntlU4r'UlU'mow .)W.mhwm.cW': !zowmL.wu1ml: ultn_,



Dunbar Elementary opened the August 28, the Bunche
year with 1,387 pupils for the Park School faculty began a weekof
first day. Dy the time that you I preparation for what la hoped I
read this most, likely many more to be the most successful school
will be registering.Our year of its history.We AT THIS!
four debutantes are on

their Clarice respective Regina' ways Jolllvette to college-left > express to our our utmost community appreciation Live in. one of these brand new deluxe CBS homes for

Wednesday morning for Washington leaders who helped u& begin the "
and Howard University year right by paying tribute to as little as $15.00 a week

where E'he' has a four-year scholarship our creator. Our daily devotions
I were very inspiring and beautifully
scholarship.as well Jacqueline as the local Robin AKA I portrayed our theme Your Choice of 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes!
son remained In Philadelphia after "Helping School Growth. Our
having taken the Temple Un. devotional leaders were as follows
IversJty entrance examination : Monday, August 28, ev. W. FEATURES IN THESE DELUXE HOMES
and, having made a "B" average. J. Macon; Tuesday, Aug. 29,
She will make her home with an Father Monslnger Berry; Wed
aunt. Doris McAllister will leave nesday, Aug. 30, Rev. S. L. Gay; Terrazzo floors Awning type windows
dreams next week- for Clark the College.college Sharon of her Thursday Smith and, Aug.his 31 assistant, Rev. W.Rev.K. Plumbing fixtures in color All inside walls painted

Dean leaves on Sunday for St.Augustine's McCrary, and Friday, Sept. 1, Glass tub enclosures Gas room heater, recessed in wall

Raleigh. She is a I Rev. Wooten. Tiled bathrooms in color Landscaping
second generation of the McKinney -
family to attend this church- having Special prepared thanks and to our served PTA such for *| Built-in electric oven and range Paved streets sidewalls .,

related school. Best wishes to delicious refreshments on Sept. City water
all of you from all of us at Dun- 28. CLOSETS.CLOSETS CLOSETS *,

bar. All closets with sliding louvred LOTS-7S ft. :x: 100 ft. (at least)
Congratulations to the EJestus The week's planning was graced .
Richardson and Richard Smith with the presence of our supervisors I doors Laundry connections

who have acquired new homes who gave enjoyable as Sliding glass doors leading to din-* Close to schools, churches and
the The Richard well
over summer. as Informational talks. On
eons are on 61st st.; the Smiths, Sept. 28, Mrs. A. Sturma, supervisor ing room shopping center
on 76th. zone 1, gave a dynamictalk
Mrs. Myrtle Bullard worked on "Helping the Teachers
with the Girl Scout Day Camp Grow." On August 29, Mrs. M.
program this summer Mrs. Laura Portier, assistant arithmetic sup- DOWN PAYMENTS only $200NO
Bethel taught Bible School and ervisor, demonstrated many new
was ako on the staff of the Fla. methods of making arithmeticmore
East Coast Baptist Sunday meaningful to the child. CLOSING COSTS
School Convention held in Opa And Mrs. D. Adside, assistant

Locka. reading supervisor, gave Invaluable (Pay only $5.00 per week on down payment)
,Mrs. Seldon also taught Bible tips on planning and grgup-
Schoo and revisited her home In Ing in reading.
Alabama. Clara Alexander had a '
wonderful time In Mobile during I Congratulations to our music r
her vacation. -eacher, Mrs. A. Martin, who 4"p ga : ""
las added to posterity with a a9N'z .a' 'o -
Two of our teachers are answering a n ,
to new names this year, baby girl Marshelle Denise -
Carolyn: Bain I la now Mrs. Wale I. W. Valentine is with us during
ter Miller, while Mr. Evelyn { her leave. Miss C. E. Richardson -
Lakes Is now Mrs. Robert Jones. has Mrs. E. Jones' class.
Some time before Thanksgivingwe Miss C. Smith has Mrs. I, B.
will add a third Miller to our ..owe's class1. Mrs. Jones and
staff when Mary Gloria Phillip Mrs. Lowe are on leave await.
becomes Mrs. Robert Miller ing the arrival of the stork.
Returning to their native
In addition to .
homes for summer vacations our three subttitute
were: Mr. Roundtree, Savan. teachers we have a new
.>art time
physical education
nah; Mrs. Burroughs Riviera
Beach; Mrs. Towns, St. Augus teacher In the pereon of F.
tine. Lynch. Best wishes, to each ,of

Amanda Franklin spent the you.On
summer in Aberdeen, Miss., with September 5, boys and
her mother who is still convalescing girls were greeted, welcomednd
from a stroke suffered 18 began regular class Instruc-
months ago. tion with their teachers. The
Mrs. Janie Flowers toured pupils bubbled with smile as
Georgia, North Carolina, South they met their new teachers. Parents .
Carolina and Virginia. One comment and teachers, let's keep
I that she made was that in our children smiling by doingour
stopping at 'both types of motel share.S. FIVE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
the Bible was, always found in I Lambert, principal; R, J.
motels owned by the other group. Vickers, reporter.

the Our recovery prayers of are the continuing father of our for Open Friday, Saturday. Sunday and Monday for Inspection

principal who also suffered Drive down to Goulds Florida
strokes In mid-July. CITYWIDE -Just below Perrine


BEAUTY SALON Books will be in the ,

: cots]
at 6707 NW 16th Ave., has been precincts --
changed to Center Beauty Chest, J
Monday Sept. 11-16
phone OX 19453. We have a : '
back,to-flchool special hair-do DODo ,
for $2.00 and $2.75 thru Sep REGISTER NOW
tember 9. Open on Labor Day.
""" I rC I
: ... ]

Tare-Graff' School for Nurse's AidsTEN



LEARN BEDSIDE NURSING AND INFANT CARE U. S. 1 Drive south turn left at Old Cutler Road, then turn right at

S.W. 118th Ave. and follow the signs
Have Lifetime 'Profession
a U.S.1- Drive south to Allapattah Road, left on Allapattah to Old Cut-

FR 9-5857 ler Road, then turn right and follow the signs.

I ....-..-.... ,
I I. ----



5524 N.W. 7th Avenue Phone i PL 7.2659I Miami, Florida


'I. K MAR K E L INC. Builders



1 Its i HARRY MARKOWITZ, President

--ll'ILU.UIIUJR1IIQII" ni'lr\1lll)1'n .1R[ ) illU uu mrl'.Il: '
: : _:

-. .-



DR. WARD ON i David Hume, president of the
\ Council of Churches; Rabbi IrI .
HERITAGE I I ving Lehrman of the Rabbinical
Association; Dr. Elmer Ward,
COMMITTEEDade ': representing the Negro community
; Anthony Abraham, Maurice
citizens will be asked to Ferre, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott

ytt A C Y, "Join The American Revolution"
; I In a 2-day observalce In October. :; ;;;> ;; :;;:
I A committee representing major Special for business people. Best
'I' : segments of the community
built home in
neighborhood; 9
will petition the Metro Commis
sion and all city commissionersto lots on corner with underground
b' declare Oct. 14 and 15 "Days sprinkler system, private well
of Rededication to God and
and pump, CDS tile roof, solar
Country. I
: Many churches and synagogues *)'stemVith booster, 3 bedrooms,
e will observe the theme on that I a tile baths, best oak floors, sell.
r c Satrday and Sunday.The .
iiiff for FIIA appraisal
committee, headed by I
Mr. E D. Elliott of 4145 Poin- BROKERS PROTECTED BY
ciana Ave., Is preparing an Illustrated j AGENT
brochure, explaining: I PL 7.9684
the Dill of Rights, which will t>e
available for distribution. I I 801 NW 47th St.
Leader of the project include
7L .:... :::::: :: :::::: :!:: ::: :::
.". ." "''' '. ." .WI"" ..... "", .... .p', I

For Sale 4815 NW 21st Ave.

L f /j'U_ r Four one-bedroom apart. Income Property

ments in a CBS building in
Brown Subdivision. 4825 $400 DOWN

4827 4829 4831 $75 Monthly
... I CBS, fenced in corner lot,
30th Ave This is

I 85 Boys Return From YMCA Summer Camp 1 condition.well located Terms in an to excellent respon 2 bedroom bedroom apt.home Garage.FRANDSEN'S, plus. 1

r sible buyer. Phone Mr.
I More than 85 boys returned :ontrlbutlng to the camp pro- Hotel, Harry's Apartment, 900 Walker at TU 84585. REAL ESTATE
recent'y from varied activities tram includes: Properties, Mlramar, Karen
of swimming, archery, rifle Court, George Griley, Jo Aland, 30 NE 5.2405
shooting, arts and crafts, 'boat Louis H. Portlock Jr., Miss Nos. 1, 2, 3, 4, Ro and De .
ing and many other programs at Helen M. Dortett, Mrs. Susan F. Apartments, Carolyn Apartments, ."" "" ., '' '''I'\. 4 ;, -.. .- ,
the YMA Residence Camp. Harris Atty. Henry H. Arring. Donlm Enterprise No. 1 and 2,
ton, W. C. Cogdell, Dr. George Rose Garden Nos. 1 ,2, and, Mar.
The staff, under the leader Simpson, Dr Edwin S. Shirley: garet Price, W Cecil Watson,
i hip of Camp Director Franklin Miss Judy a Jerkins, Mrs. Ethel Edward Butler, Roger E. Davis, SchoolGive
D. "Uncle" Roes, Included Mlrs Felts, Mrs. Neva Bennett, Mrs. Freida Markowitz. Lenel Incorporation Sunlight Beauty
Hatt'e Butler, nurse Jefford Ruth Greenfield, Pepsi-Cola Co., Edwards Apartments,
Smith, head counselor; Robert I Victory Lodge, Sphinx Civic Lottie Wheeler, Anna B. Dreyer, yourself a life-long profession
Moxley, assistant camp director; Club, Mt. Zion Baptist Church E. Earl Wilson and Frank Her ENROLL NOW
A. T. Overton Jr., waterfront I and C, B. Blnkow, old.
director; Phillip Dixon, assistant
waterfront director; Frank II, Through the Bonded Collection The Carver YMCA wished to Special Low Down PaymentCALL
Sparks, counselor In charge tf Agency, L. L. Brooks, president thank all contributors and parents
nrchery; Tom Trotter, canteen the following apartment for helping to provide FR 4-9998
and business and William Brown, owners contributed: Cecil B. youngsters with a wholesome
senior counselor Price, D; W. Pollock, Dr. J. O. camp experience.
Edmunds Third Ave. Apart :::::: ::::::; :::::: :; ::: ::: :::
Mrs. Susie M. Jernigan, dietitian ments, Markel Irving, J. W. The Rev. Edward T. Graham, I
made certain that campers Hawthorne, Mats Eleanor Kloe- ;vice chairman of board of man WHY PAY MORE FOR YOUR
and supervisors stayed strong; ber; Mrs F, S. Markowitz, Flo- agement of the Carver Branch, AUTO LIABILITY INSURANCEIF
with a well-balanced' dally diet.co.JUnUTOnS mar Corporation, Hilda Marko. gave campers and supervisors
wltz, Mr. and Mrs B. Lelchner, thought provoking comments on YOU ARE A GOOD DRIVER?
: Harry Orleans, Al Levine, Marie Wednesday whle: returning from
Organizations and indlvldua Larkin, Evelyn Larleck, Olcott his vacation. For lower rates call

Mobile Insurance Agency Inc.
II. : 2255 N.W. 167th St. Opa Locka, Fla.
Haiti Revolt Plot FoiledPORT
The Friendly GroupKindergarten Save $20 $30 $35 per year
Phone NA 4-8433-0pen 8:30 a.m. to 7:30 p.m.

AU PRINCE, HaitiA Including Saturday

Francois new plot to Duvalier asslsinate and President over. Dade County Real I 10 205| LIABILITY $69 to $76 PER YEAR

throw his ;; ::: ;;;>.;;'"' ;; ::: ;; ::: ;;; ;; ::: s
four-year-old govern. Estate Board Opened at St. Paul AME
ment has been smashed, a gov.
eminent spokesman said Mon ; To MeetThe Church, 4th Court and __ ._ ._ aa: ___ w.\-- ..-

day. 19th St. on Tuesday, Sept.'
Dade County Real Estate
was The of spokesman international said origin the pint but Hoard and its auxiliary will 5, 1961. Pick up and deliv
meet Sunday .Sept. 10 at 4 p.m.
did not Implicate Cuba's Prime 6903 !NW 15th ave., upstairs, ery. AT THE
Minister Fidel Castro regime t'lr
OX 19521. Hot meals
the neighboring Dominican R"
Those Interested In real es
public. tate and related fields are cor. For further inforation CARVERDrop
Police raided the dially Invited to attend this
home of one
potter and found a' store of i i meeting. call FR 1.3048 or FR 1.5750 : in at The
dynamite and grenades. Chenon Dade County representatives!
Michel, a former army captain, win make their report on the Mrs. Vera B. Moorman CELEBRITY LOUNGEIN
National Convention of Real Estate
and his twq tons were arrested SupervisorREGISTRATION
the spokesman said. Broker, which was held in THE CARVER HOTEL
Boston, August 18 thru the 23rd. sr 'J& I"
Anytinme After 4 p.m. And Let us Serve You Free
{ :\ f\\I i :t11 -{ \I -t That Famous Bahamian Dish, Conch Salad
2,000 To ConveneThe "Island Style"Have
Churches of God In Christ Funl! You Heart! .t

Is meeting expected in to Miami attract, Sept.2,000 21.24 dele, COX KINDERGARTENRegistration 3rd Avenue at 9th Street :

gates. The A. M. Cohen Temple Parents let train .. -
1747 NW 3rd ave., will be the is now in progress. us -;:.. '\J1' n
scene of the gathering. your child while you work. We are licensed with certified -

teachers, and a well planned program to meet your

"'';,:. .";': -4 :" child's needs. School begins September 6. For informa

St. Stephen Day Care tion call FR 1-8488 or OX 11834. B, E. Cox, supervisor, NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold

'v. 0. Cox, manager.
35 already-Demand so great

Center 1\ 1i 1\ We have built more

<: 1781 N.W. 73rd Street "fft 11I'4 See 3062 N.W. 60th Street

SERVICE Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
PHONE PL 1-8381 fM
H CALL PL 8-6067 $1,000 C'ASH$100 PER MONTH

\\ Officially Opens Sept. 5 Clearance sale going on, need space. TV, radio, -+-

"Splendid care andSupervision" stereo, record players. Prices reasonable. All purchases
and repair guaranteed.. Free Delivery. Milton Rothman

7287 S.W. 57th Avenue

7 A.M. to 4 P.M. FACTORY TV REPAIR Phones MO 7.2561 or MO 68407I

923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381

:'';'''C!' .".." :' q.--' I __.._.....--" ;.. __]iiIII'.

., .. .

-- -.. ... ---"'- '
-- ----- -- """
.r..a -
I".. J' .
.. ...._---..- .. ....-.. -..-- _. T

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Registration !Precinct; day School, and tho morning
services were very nice. The
PAGE 16 SATURDAY 'I Rev. Jones delivered the meetjbge -
74 on 15th Ave.The and the evening messagewas FOR SALE
delivered by Rev. Ferguson.
MURDER SUSPECT 21 ADMITTEDIN City of Miami has opened -
precinct No. 74 of 6820 NW

:TRIES ESCAPE' ; BROWARDFt I 16th. This ave.,precinct Mable Daniels is opened, deputy for .Portugal that its on eight Monday oversea announced province $495 Down

RECAPTUREDA )};iiuderdale) A total of residents registered who and have for not those previously who- will have freedom. Every full FHA, 1 mortgage, 3-bed-*
ibecome a
nat1v, will now
28 Negroes entered previously have changed their names, ad. of Portugal "without room, 2 bath CBS. Carport,
South Carolina convict wanted all.whlte'public. -, schools In dresses, freeholder status or distinction cltlxen of race, religion or fenced! awnings, quiet area.
in Miami for investigationinto Broward this week. paxty: affiliation since they last Culture.. Terrific!
a shotgun slaying of a gro. Rosamond Pappy, 14, of 856 registered. -
cer broke away from a Metro NW 16tlr Tex,,' became the first In Portugal ,.African provincesonly
detective at the Charlotte, N. 0. Negro to enter St. Thomas Ac- Negroes with a certain level 2 Houses on 1 Lot
airport Friday and fled. quinaa-High' School BETHEL BAPTIST of education had full cltizenrights.
(formerly '.
Central Catholic. Now it has been given to ,$890( Down
Charlotte police recaptured the ) Richmond Heigttw all citizens, It la a step In the $99 Month
convict Mervin Lee Scott, 29, Integration! in the public Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor right direction.
after he had gone only a few schools continued to take place On the 4th Sunday in Septenv CBS, close to NW 17th Ave,
blocks and he was turned back smoothly officials said. tar Woman's ,Day will be hf.ld Bus, shopping stin6bli;
over to Detective Frank ellen No additional Negroes regis at Bethel Baptist Church. awnings carport rio qualifying
ceone who was bringing him toy tered at Everglades Junior High There were 267 attending fiun. Drive
,y I Miami. School where six enrolled Tues one mortgage. Move
Scott was charged here last day.School right in. Hurry!
May with the shotgun killing of officials said 10 applications
._ .
for transfer OPEN
have --
Cruz Gonzales Jiminez during a HOMES
from white studenta at
holdup at Jimtnez's grocery Rock 2-bedroom CBS.
Island Elementary whodon't Carport,
store Jan. 18. For the past four
months Scott had been servingan I schools.want The to requests attend are integrated subjectto Low down payment-1. mortgage landscaped, )city water, ,
armed' robbery 'sentence at School Board approval partly furnished, close to
Charlotte, S. C. 5 BEDROOMS 2 BfATHS NW 7th Ave. bus. 1 FHA

$750 Down No closing costs mortgage. $68 month. Only

FAMU AlumniTo FOR SALELUXURY 1136 N.W. 46th St. $395 Down

Meet - '
total. 3-bedroomi
*own payment on your lot $9,700 ,
FAMU Alumni will meet Wed or home DOLL HOUSE MANY EXTRAS ll/z baths, kitchen equip
nesday nlte at YMCA, 7:30. ,All Open Sun. 3-5 $450 Down No Closing Colts ped, awnings, garage, nice
meetings will be held on Wed. p.m. 911 N.W. 47th'Terr. area. $81 month. Priced
nesday, during football season. low for quick sale.
Watch for information concerning 1430 NW 59th St.
chartered ,bus to FAMU- ..... -
$50 Month
Southern game on Nov 18. 2161 NW 59th St.
1426 NW 58th Ter. CORNER DOUBLE LOT $195 Down

$500 Down No closing costs .Partly furnished, oak floors
WANTEDA 1232 NW 55th St. Huge 3 bedroom I porch. Good for couples.

\ 7320 N.W. Ave. : Close to stores bus. Movein.
swinging musical combo 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, *
No qualifying.Fair .
Florida room, kitchen all
Rhythm, blues and electric. r 1 I 0 _

Rock 'n' Roll I Corner lots for tale terms FULLY FURNISHED..- MOVE RIGHT IN ,
$595 Down No qualifying j i
Good pay steady work We build on your lot RealtyFor
4721 N.W. 16th Ave.

Cash paid for your lot I NEWS REALTY Fair Deals
20 S.W. 17th Ave. |
BARON 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.
1 4600 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 4-0655
Phone FR 9.9430 JE 8-1840 JB 2-4848 ,PL 7-1645

) .
- ------ I '
- - - -
- -
- - - - -
- - - - - - - - - -


This is. THE FENSTERS Ben & Jean

ty '
; -T /J- i gj| Ql } op i11M! OMP eau noif toI a 0 solo ja punj oip In \nat\ 'sn '{IM>< 'f1'U1 puu ui OUIOQ


< A11V3V: SM31SN3d

HSO-6 Id 1 I H Ha

'IS PUZ9 M N 09ZIanO ,& 1 i\ *i;;if

1o15 .tno ut! 1q8H! st aai13O! .
-' .

I :: IcBM'pu>Q.sD ., ,, .M

;. puncut putt .ut sauioxi XUBUI :Suifsn! ana uo.--.aAXJti. S j O- A\:
I b) .

: D13 'S.LM INAVd AVO1 a ., ,. .

i 3DVD. HOW 3NO .
V' J Y



:S alDIS) ID9H r a ui1

.",, 4 NI 3DIAH3S 3131JWOD. :: V j J






---_._--- -