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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: September 16, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Cleveland,Ohio,lawyer was named Nft
Officials elected at CORE'S 19th anSt. Louis ; Henry Hodge, 2nd vice chair by President John F. Kennedy last

nual convention meeting in Washington, man, Los Angeles ; Daniel Garriso/f, reg week as United States* Attorney

D.C. are Randolph Lombard, 1st vice tonal representative, Lexington Ky. and for Northern Ohio. McCordy beoodies -
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chairman; New Orleans; Julius Hobson, the second Negro In history.
A. D Moore
regional representative, Washington; Anna treasurer, :Miami. Not shown to be appointed 17. 8. .Attorney.
are regional I I'representatives I Diavid Dennis President Kennedy named the 1
Holden, secretary, Ann Arbor; James ._- _...
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first Cecil Poole of San JI'raD-
Farmer, national director, New York ; of Shreveport, La., and Wester Sweet of shoo,*, two months ago McCurdy Kenneth Wllllama service station

Charles R. Oldham, national chairman, San Jose, Cal. must be confirmed by>> the U. 8 owner and former managerof
Sen&lA James E Scott Homes has
qualified as a candidate for the
city commission in the November


Robinson Guilty in Slaving Register Today! elections.Williams, 37, owns the Shell

Books in Precincts I, station at NW 62nd St. and 22nd
ave lie is a Tuakegee graduateand
was an Army sergeant In
Nathaniel Robinson former ..witnesses for the state. Clifford I World War II. \
teacher at Northwestern Senior Thompson, who was parked
I High School warn found guiltyof across! the street at the time of lie is the fourth Negro to try
second degree murder Wednesday I the shooting, saw the defendant for the Miami commission Sam

------ _._ .._._----_._- snatch his wife off the porch of B. Solomon was the first in 1943,
I her home and pulled her throughthe then O. L. Nlckerson and Atty.
shrubbery leading to the backof 0 E. Graves were unsuccessful
the house. After hearing the candidates. In 1953 Graves polled
shooting and seeing Robinson 2,898 votes. Willams' brother -
running from the back of the Raphu, was an unsuccessful
house getting Into his car and candidate for the Homestead city ,
driving away at high speed commission two years ago. ,
Thompson went to investigateand 1
found Mrs. Robinson Registration books came into
stretched out with part of her the precincts this week and reg.
+''I body on the porch and part on istration has been brisk Books

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The Phllos of the local chapter were Langaton McKinney Edward
in Dade County Circuit of Sigma Gamma Rho Sorority Blocker Henry Young Previously two Negroes had
Court for the fatal shooting of entertained a group of collegianson Daniel Johnson and Anthony been odmtted to Lake Worth
his wife Edith Do racy Junior Sept. 2 at the home of Mrs. Jones. High School and one to Palm
High teacher on April 8. Idella Simmons, Carol Johnson Sponsors of this affair present Reach Junior College.
The defendent was represented Mamie Montgomery.This were Mesdames Ethel Blocker,
by the :aw firm of Carr and t Alice .Butler Virginia Bennett 1
Carr. The atate attorneys were group of civic social and Essie. Hudson Etta Mitchell
Jones and Kogen. W K community workers considersthis Marie Price, Marie Taylor, Marie 1 M1
affair one of its most interesting Wareham Mattie Squires, the a z ,
After selecting a jury of 12 projects; another'. Is aid energetic president and '!'Mamie Alw
white men, the state called Its tnrthe sorority's scholarshipcommittee Montgomery, treasurer and hostess.
first witness who was the mother Y in making Its annual -
,: of: Edith. award Sigma Sorors present! were Ma
who bet Barlow, Sarah Alice Cherry,
Officer Pyles, was the EDITIiR01IINSONThompson ,I A
first t polceman at the scene after t As the 26 guests sat around Eunice Liberty and Hazel Lucas '} *;
the killing was a key witnessfor ran across the the attractive table enjoying the Grant, the chapter's beslleus.Phllos b:*.
the tate. street to hb car and got a pillow i I very appetizing meal they presented collegians and Slgmas I
Atty. Kogen said that the to rest the woman's bead on. a beautiful picture-the spent a very enjoyable morning
training Officer Pyles received When he returned he found the i :leaders of tomorrow and In fellowship. m
at the Police Academy didn't go husband bending over his wife truly they looked talked and
acted if they were aware ef d I It
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with a "shiny object" in hit
to waste. Before the ambulance .
".removed the body of Mrs. Robinson band. the challenge confronting them.
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Singing, dancing, making pictures
Officer Pyles took a pieceof
Robinson told Thompson he and exchanging campus t .
chalk and made an outline of was going to call a doctor and I i! chatter was the morning's agen. FEDERAL JUDGE
the body in the manner that he left. But Instead of doing so, he ,, da.
found it. This was a vital point 4
worth of at.
bought $1.00 gas
because there was no time for a fl service station and went to a :I i f'n I:.. ta1w enjoying the hospUl W WASHINGTON President s i' ,
photographer to take a picture. friend in Opa Locka, and told l i.dIty| of the Phllos were Misses Kennedy is considering: naming
''jUrilyu Butler Naomi Shorter, Tliurxrood Marshall general conn
him what he had done. This
The defendant! claimed that I Hocella]] Fortson, Alena Mae Mar set of the National Association
friend told him to give himself I
> his wife was tussling with him for the Advancement of Colored
'I tin, Betty Daniels. Mary Ash .
to the
the weapon -- a .38 pistol up police. I ford Gwendolyn Galloway: Re- People, to a federal judgcshlp.
rover time during the trial did I ; : An Informed source said this
The other witness Mrs Vic. ; ciao Jolllvette, Roslta Butler,
take the stand In his week: Marshall Is under consideration Mrs Radio Nairn, wife of the
t toria Johnson, lived across the Dorothy Ellen Jenkins, K e r a
behalf. The statement he madeto Street from Mrs. Robinson. Her Carey Joyce Johnson Patricia for one of three new late Bishop Daniel Nairn, left
Metro Homicide detectiveswas evidence was the same as Worthy, Francenla Hall, Arbe. judgeships for the U. fl. Second this week for Cleveland Tenn..
produced and put Into the Thompson's.The Barbara Williams Addle Mae Circuit Court of Appeals. to attend the annual National
court records as evidence. and Hesterine Pittman. Marshall 63, has played a Convention of the Church of God
1 There were two other witnesses judge deferred the sen leading role In moves to end of Prophecy Sept. 12-16 She
.( that may be called star tence until Sept. 27. The young men in attendance segregation In the South. will return to Miami next week.

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Miami Hurricanes and mighty It's virtually a cinch that Mira Bill Miller\ :" Larry Wilson. Frank this fall with hewccmiers Martha rp1 r1 it
UM vs Pitt on Pitt Panthers open up UM'IItootball will be Miami's quarterback He Reinhart and Ben Rlzzd, plus and Lehner in there aloha; if, '
season on Saturday, Sep led the squad at this position 'In some touch t.hal b .ck. pa tember 16 in the Orange Bowlin spring practice and has 'held i geri. Nick. Splnftlli, John Bahen The latter has been handclapped
National TVIt a natLonally televised game. down the. post this fill.. He 'a ''ex and Ron Frltzsche. this fall with injuries .
Miami Is going with two pected to give the\ Hurricanes The game could wind up, into; The Miami-Pitt game and halftime
rookies, George Mira and Jghh;) some of the nest passing they one of the wildest passing games festivities by UM's famous
will be sophomore Quart r- Bennett, and Pitt has tw'd red hot have had in a number of years. seen in the Orange Bowl In sometime band of the hour. eti\ P
backs against sophomore Quarter. passing sophomores, Paul Martha Mira has some glue-fingered Pitt also has indicated thatit The game will be Miami's only
backs when the University of and Glehn Lehner., ends to throw to in All-America ie I going to the air lanes more daytime game this fall. nIoJ.q.1' !, .














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f) him. Smart huh T T T Jimmy

i', .: MiamiBy and"Salt Ing by cussed Pork"the Cafe me Reeves out Society.for missed not I com dug me Rosa Page Welch to Sing at

Dr. and Mrs. Shirley and Mrs

i Hank Arrington enjoying the Miami Beach Auditorium
DAVE BONDU Larry Darnell Show while Hank ,
was baby< sitting If you saw p
Robert Jackson riding in a heaphe The Church of the Open Door bers of the Church of the Open I

.- .-. -. ... .,,....... has not lost his Cadillac.My presents Rosa Page Welch mez- Door. Prices are: Orchestra re*
That's the served $2.50, balcony, adults!
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I DIDN'T WRITE a column first thing I heard, and I'm aura I Music; with combined 11.60, and balcony, students and'children .
lad ,week because there wasn't OF COURSE, golf has to ,get If I had said yes, somebody choirs of United Church of $1.00. The proceeds
anything to write about. This In the act. Lad Sunday, the Par would have jumped for joy. Do Christ Congregations of Greater from this concert is to be used:
Week the picture has changed. and Birdie Club held its 6th you think ,we'll ever learn to rejoice Miami participating at the Miami for the building: fund of then
Charlie Iladley our Unofficial monthly tournament at the when something good hap Beach Auditorium, Sunday Oct. Church of the Open Door. leals!
Sepia Mayor, is going to try to Springs and believe me it was a pens to someone? As for me, I 15 at 3:30 p.m. put this as a must on your eaten
talk. the transit people into hir( beautiful day. Eugene Clapp took hope Robert shows up with a '62 Rosa Page Welch is variously dar of events
lug Negro bus drivers oh the first place in the first flight witha Caddy and a gross of tissue to referred_ to, as mezzo
city buses, Jacksonville and tarn 75; Ernest Hayes had a cool pass out to his so called friends. Goodwill Ambassador In
pa Have Integrated .their bus 77 for second place and Willie I Relations, Spiritual soprano\\
staffs as have many cities. In the Lazltir ad 83 for 3rd place In the in song: and sooken :
soUth, and with ,Miami the size second flight, Yours 'I'i Ii Is, ours .should be the same an 84 for first place atid a playoff hlay I say you can have voice, a superb speaking voice ,
,way. between Dr. James Lindsay sdme of the things some of the and deep spirituality which she A t tI
and Frank Rivers and Luther time, but you can't have all the somehow shares with her audi -
Wells brought Lindsay in for things all of the time, so w h y ence.
SINCE Norman Durbin, the second with a par4; Fank Rivers not be ha ppy with what you At Northwestern Universityshe s-
new manager of the Miami second with a bogey 5, and have; be happy to see the other Wall a fellow student in voice
Springs Golf Course, has taken Wells took a double bogey elx to fellow with what he has, and with the late Kelsey Pharr Jr.,
over, the course is just beaut lose out on the ,trophy. The third try to better your own condition son of Miami's revered, retired
ful. The high grass has been cut flight winners were Charlie Pet. instead of bringing him down ,t. mortician.
the greens are looking better terson In first place; Willie MUter then we'll all live life every
and par aids with new brushes second and Luther "Sleepy" go den minute of It Peacel! As "Ambassador of Goodwill"in
and clorox have been eet up. Holmes treked off with third.In interracial and intercultural
Sand traps have been added and relations she has sung before
water has been placed at better the women's flight, Maymewon national and International
positions. Congratulations to Mr. her sixth trophy in first PUN PHUNn groups of all denominations In
James Hilton for his choice ofa place and Mrs. Odessa Wells won November, Mrs.: 'Welch will makea
new manager as well ate second. The thrill of the day was PHIL OSSOHSH" tour of the colleges in Nigeriaand
the starters, who are very nice had by James Lindsay when he Ghana.
fellows had his first eagle 3 on number I I Tickets! will be on sale at, the
5 hole: After the tournament we Miami Beach Auditorium and
all ,met at MI Bowling lane In It is now 1961 A.D. (After I other .places in town which will
PRETTY GIRL of The Week the llth frame which be. Donna) an despite all our scientific be announced next week. They IP''.
Nickle Riggins. Pretty Doy of came the 19th hole ,, and knowledge we're still can. I can also be obtained from mem. I ROSA PAGE WELCH I
,The Week: Dave Prather awarded our trophies, and hada not control the fury of a hurri
Man ,About Town: Sam Moncur. natural taste.. The membershad cane's blustery, storming, devas.11| "__ "" """' ''''A_
a good day of golf and plenty tatlng power. A hurricane causes
grief on a reef, takes a toll on
of fun. If there is anythinghere
THE CLASS keeps his promise. that you non-golfers don't atoll and marks its brand on the 'York
He said, that he'd bring Marie understand, just ask a Par and land Work In New

Knight back to the night Beat Birdie memfbers. It lays waste to a city as it
and that is just what he is doing and
makes haste without pity,
this weekend. Last week though its reign may be brief, Maids and Mother's Helpers Cooks
,.Larry Darnell and the Olympicstore HERE IS A IIOT ONE! In Its rains bring much grief. Our ,
the houte down and the Little River, the Miami Grotto only hope now is that seeding
glass has promised to bring them Club has a fight arena, and they may turn the tide, so it will avoid Housekeepers, etc.
back later in the season. Must'nt are presenting boxing bouts the low lands and hit the high
'forget Frank Duboise and his bouts every Thursday night, Instead. The results of seeding --
boys. They are rocking the place with White and Negro boxers AsI will determine whether our
and :Prank's singing is getting am told by Rocky Beckham, ,weather will be calm or not. Excellent Live-in ;Positions Year Round
better as he goes along. Dizzy who went to the fight as a cus ,
Jones and his band rock the Beat tomer he was told that no Until we do succeed in over-
equally as well l, but 'Dizzy doesn't Negroes were admitted. Yet coming our tropical disturbances, Private Homes
sing as much as the people would there are Negro fighters on the (Castro Included! ) I'm going to I
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like him to. ''Most of the bully card. If Negroes go to the fight, keep my eye on each hurricane, TOP SALARIES '
gully singing is done by drum. they must go with the boxer and especially when its has its eye .
mar 'man, Freddie Scott, and he secondly, if the boxer It a Negrohe on me. ,. 1
doM 'sing a good song. Neverthe must enter the back door. If \ : All Jobs Guaranteed "
less, the Glass has the only I were a fighter I wouldn't fight Climatically speaking, I say it I
place In town that has two bands anywhere my people could not this way: Free Medical '.

and out of :town ,attractions I come nor would: I fight where I Sunny 'day, I smile;
big name .each and every had to go in the back door Skies of gray, I'm vile! NO DEPOSIT!
week end, and that's good. From the looks of things, the Drenched by rain, mutter, NO REGISTRATION FEE I
fight promoters want to see the Comes hurricane, I shutter!
Negroes: bat their !ihmln. out TRANSPORTATION ADVANCED!
AT THE SUNRISE Bowling making money for them to an all i
Lanes in Lauderdale, the owner] white audience. DROP IN-PHONE OR WRITE. NO RED TAPE
Mr. Koch, has a "Little Fry' CITYWIDEREGISTRATIO'N
Clinic that is Instructed by Joe Just suppose Joe Louis or
Carter. He teaches a group of Floyd Patterson had done this? DRIVE '
between They are champs in the WORLDWIDEEMPLOYMENT ,
boys and girls: the ages true
of 7 and 13 to bowl. Their sense of the word, and we all Monday, Sept. 11-16
Little Fry League has about 150 remember the interracial con. Hook will be in the
kids and it Is a wonderful sightto tract that Floyd signed beforehe AGENCY
tee. The lanes are open to would fight here. If you know precinctsREGISTER
children from 3:30: to 6 p.m. these fighters, ak them to let
Monday thru Friday and on Saturday these clubs keep their fights and NOW 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 3.5755
from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. at club lily white and do not fight
35c per lane plus 10 for there until everybody I is well --
shoes. The instruction is free for come regardless of race.
the children. Once again, Fort \ I
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Bowling Lanes have moved for QUICKIES OFF THE CUFF
ward in community life. Somebody stole: Larry Darnell's
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suit and some of his shorts 7 'LW 1L1
HAVE YOU HEARD the bandat the 636 is now the VIP Lounge
Baker's Famous Corner Well, and the Glass Is enlarging the 4iGT1jlIfrT/ 'WIt
if you haven't you've missed Knight Beat .Jerri Nobody Simmons seems
to know where
some mighty good music. I stopped -
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Bonded
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naturally he wasn't there lection Agency has a new em t :
he's never there when I stop by I ployment agency on the cornerof \ ) r.s .
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JUST BROWSIN'By w.
Sunday, Sept. 17 at 3:30:
PAUL HENRYHurricane p.m. the House of Albert' will
'; dedicate its Opa Locka Chapel,
i -&a 2 i << 2530 Service Road. Elaborate
Carla certainly hit pans: have ,been made for this
hardWinds occasion and a cumulating program
Texas and Louisiana .
with several outstanding
,. up to 175 miles and tornadoes 4 arranged well
,. choirs and other
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lashed both states overflowing r
Main Office at. 6740 NY\V. IBth Avenue-Phone OX 1-O421 many cities. Considering the in known persons of that area par

llranch at 1112 N.W. Third Aye., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 82230 tensity of the hurricane, loss of s, ticipating. Rev. W. J. Macon,
Churchof
life was low ((17)) but property pastor of First Baptist
II. K.. SIGISMUXD REEVES, Editor and Publisher damage run into millions of dollars .,: Bunche Park will deliver and the the
dedicatorial message
GARTH O.'UEEVBS, Managing Editor Following Carla comes Es ..
is invited.Benefit
ther who la now being traced. public
w.
She is with winds at
Entered as Second Otas' Matter, August O, 1027, At the Post Officeat dangerous
10 miles an hour. At this writing
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Esther Is 2,150 miles east, south' Dinner for
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SUBSCRIPTION: RATES Handicapped KidsThe

ONE YEAR $ .OO SIX MONTHS 93.00 FOREIGN $0.00 City Commissioner 13. E. Hearn 4
Member. of the Associated Negro Pre* has asked City Manager Melvin s Miami chapter of the Frontiers
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher Association Reese and the City Engineering i International, one of the
Dept. to check on the possibility -.-- _..,--- country's foremost service organizations -
"TlREDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" of getting Federal funds to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Squire will hold a benefit
TIIR ;;(mO PRESS believes<< that America can heR lead the world build a bomb shelter for the dinner for handicapped children
Cron' rnrlnl and nnllnnnl antagonisms when It accords to every manmmnll west end of the Orange Bowl. have the pleasure of announcingthe attending Brownsville High
....!* or rare, color or creed, hi!* human and legal rI hts. Hating marriage of their daughter, School. The affair will be held
The city seems to be Barbara to Freddie Cross
manager on
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n .tI. rf': 'Ina no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man in favor of the shelter
Monday, Sept. 4, 1961 in Daytona
the James E. Scott Community
In thr firm 'tw1t..f that all men are hurt, as long: as anyone IB held
t.,. t Beach Mr. Cross is an elemen- Association Center No.2, 7200
The Grand Jury could not get tary teacher In Pork County. NW 22nd ave. at 7 o'clock The
Parking Authority Director Travis public Is Invited.
1961 Tax Roll Questioned Phll'lps' to testify about al For information contact G.
'egpd politicking on the parking Kilpatrlck, NE 4-8121 or G.
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Jay G. Glynn, a former deputy tax collector, asked I the default of the prime contractor .
the Florida Supreme' Court on Monday to make Dade I on a $1,000,000 package ;

County use the disputed 1961 tax roll, based on full garage. Adult French
'Value. He tonIc the Fifth Amendment.

Because of so much opposition to the reassessment w Class at NHS
the Metro Commissioners decided to use the 1960 roll M'amPs' Orange Bowl Stadium
which is based on 47.42 per cent of the true value. 'nn"na the season' Saturday ful'ytPTafrt a Adults, you can learn to speak
for the UM-Pitt
game. French. Now, as never before,
Attorney Marion Sibley representing Glynn, asked inn r."n' buy a, ticket to sit ti there Is need to understand other -

(the Supreme Court to reverse the ruling of Dade County's wherever you please. i peop'es and to evaluate their

Circuit Judge Phillip Goldman and force use of the 1961 < } ways of living and thinking the
Enipcopnlian in the Dioceseof language rtudy provides
full cash valuations. South Florida answered the ,I: means. A practical command of

County Attorney Darrey Davis said that if the lower "all of the Rt. Rev Henry I. French is a window on the world
court's ruling is reversed, the county would be compelledto Louttlt, bishop of the Diocese for next ,to English, it is the language .

accept a tax 'assessment which did not comply with for a special convention on 4i3/ most widely understoodand
Sept. 14 to request by resolution 7fl used In dealing between
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clerical work and and Bishop to succeed the late Northwestern adult school has
re-appraising several monthsof
more Tit. Rev William Francis Moses ".J., ; added "French for the Begin
equalization hearings for the thousands who have chal- alto to consider a formal requestof :1:,: ners" to its evening program.
lenged this reassessment.The the Bishop of the Diocese fora ,,Jfr,:tf: : The course will be given two
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high court did not make a ruling on Monday. second Suffragan, and If approved M .X '- nights a week. Registration fee Is
Taxes become to make financial provisions STEVEN BENNETTGroup 200.
due
October 1.
on for the support thereof, If you are in need of a second
e and to request br resolution the 1 of the Deaconess language for the masters degree

Governor Farris Bryant's 30 million university expansion consent of the General Convention Board of Anttoch Baptist Church here's your chance. Even if you
to elect said Suffragan. recently sponsored a baby con- have never studied a' language
program was approved by the Cabinet on Tues- test. Steven Bennett, son of Mr. before you can sign up for the

day. Your Browser notes and Mrs. Bennett, sponsored by course now by registering at
Opposing legislators said it is unconstitutional. They that from one yard, this the John-week Mrs. Lillie Roes, won first prize. Northwestern or !by calling

have challenged the idea of borrowing half of :the $30 Sons at 5325 NW 29th Ct., sent and Rosetta Mrs.Ivery Ivery daughter, sponsored of Rev by Madame Robinson at NE 5-6205.

million against future appropriations by the legislature. lib to col'ege. Two at Spelman, Mrs. R. B. Pratt, won second Personal) Mention
The two at Hampton and two at How
governor said the courts will decide whether it's ard. prize.
constitutional: or not. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Stewart
This contest was one of the
were pleased to have weekend
as a
If the plan goes through :the University of Boca :Hiss Euphrates Abbltt of New fund-raising activities held to guest the brother of Mr.

Raton will get $5.2 million, Uiversity of Florida will get Jersey has 'been visiting with help Mrs. Ross raise funds toward Stewart, Emanuel, who 1 is principal
her aunt, Mrs. Marguerite Johnson the Deacon and Deaconess of Gibbs Schools
$4.6 ; Florida State University will get $1.9 million and High in
ps popularity contest.
-before returning as a seniorat St. He
Petersburg. was here as
University of South Fla., $1.8 million. Apparently Gov. Florida A and M University. a delegate: and member of the
Mrs. Ross crowned
Bryant figures that' our Negro university will not playa the Deaconess was Board and queenof Deacon board of directors of Pinellas

major part in Florida's expansive scientific space program Roland Donathan and two eons WtlHe( Strange king of the County Teachers Credit Union,
because Florida A and M was entirely overlooked : Fred and Kenneth of Nassau Deacon"Board. Rev. O. W. FosterIs the to attend Florida the 27th meeting of
Credit
Union
League.
were! weekend visitors in Miami. the minister.
when the
money was appropriated. I Meetings were held in the Deau-
-.. r vine Hotel Sept. 8 and 9.
Comptroller E.
Ray Green said the state is not in a

position to release a dime until he sees :how fall .tax collections -I This week Ye Editor visited the Booker T. Washington I Stephen L. Bogle, dining room

run. High School, mainly to offer personal congratulations captain at the Nassau Beach

to the ,principal, Anthony Gardiner. Lodge Hotel, is spending a week
vacation in Miami. He is ,
stopping
In Liberia on Monday 15,000 striking workers rioted It was a real pleasure to chat with this young man. at the Carver Hotel.

with soldiers who used bayonets and tear gas grenades I Gardiner, a graduate of Booker T. Washington, is no _

to break up the riot. The trouble grew out of refusal to stranger Ye Editor since he was a member of the :Miami Miss, Bahamas Patricia, Haven of Nassau -

recognize the union -as a bargaining agent for the workers. Times staff in his boyhood days. It was a pleasing thoughtto Florence Cooper is niece visiting of relatives Mrs.

President William Tubman said, "subversives and see the success he has made and to know that we in Miami. Patricia spent 8
traitors" touched his life in a small way. days with her aunt, Mrs. Florence
are plotting to overthrow the
government. He in
Grey
Delray Beach.ANXOUNCEkIENT.
asked for emergency powers. We recalled 'another member of the Times staff,

I Fred Aranha, who was with us until he left for West Virginia

I State College. Fred is now principal of the Randall !

Metro Court CriticizedMetro I Junior High School in Washington.Ye Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Damn, 1219

Editor wishes for these young men continued NW 65th Terr., announce the
Commissioner Joseph Boyd is not satisfied success. marriage of their daughter, Cyn
with the way the Metro Court is being carried on and he thia Debris Bain to Milton C.
Congratulations, also, to Principal :Manatee Banner- Newbold of
wants to do something about it. Have Nassau Bahamas, on
On some changes made. man of the Carver High School, ,Coconut Grove. Banner- August 30 in Nassau. Mr. New-
Tuesday Commissioner Boyd introduced Bill bold Is detective
a on the Bahamas
is fine He executive
which man a man. was secretary of the
shifting would it to the take away most of the power of the court, Carver Branch of the YMCA&or some time while Ye Po'ice Force. .'"
County
Manager's Department. Editor was chairman of the Board of Directors. Register Your
Commissioner Boyd wants the practice of hauling
people into court for minor infractions like five-mile-an Talented Child
a Last week I found two of my grandchildren, Cleo,
hour violation of the speed limit and then keeping them seven years old, and Jeffrey, six, busy at work digging a Music, Dance or Art

two or three hours in the court for their turn to come up, hole in our yard. Cleo was using a spade and Jeffrey a Fine Arts Conservatory

stopped. hoe. Jeff worked bareback. "What Carver YMCA
are you doing, I
Senior Judge Jack Turner is against the ordinance, asked. OX 60231Beauticians
he said he is quite satisfied with the administration of I l 'l'
"Digging a hole, was the reply. "We are going to
Court Clerk Richard Brinker. put concrete in it and make a shelter."

All persons who get tickets for speeding should have "What kind of a shelter?"! asked.

to go to court. Few policemen hand out tickets for five- "Why, you haven't heard about shelters?" Get Your

mile-an-hour infractions, and if any such turn up in court, "Yes, I have." EVER-PERM l :

the case is dismissed, said the judge. The following day I found the hole full of water and

The ordinance comes up for its first reading on Tues it hadn't rained They had filled it and were testing the From

day, September 19. depth.Well Rudolph McCartney

There will probably be many people agreeing with they are TV fans. Nuff Bed. I am sorry to disappoint -

the commissioner, however, we must wait and see how them, but I now have the trouble of filling in that Call Neil Distributor

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nual Woman's Day program will again; ,be the scene of the
Sunday, Sept. 17 The public is Northwest Miami Junior Cham
County I. I invited. Mrs. Ida D. Orr, public. her of Commerce's regular meet.
ity committee chairman. Rev. I. Ing. The meeting will take placeon
1 Wednesday night, Sept 20 at
News .\ S. Clark, pastor 8 p.m. t

The "regUter to vote" commit'tee
The Star Light Lodge No. 542
fly11'alter under the able leadership of
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will meet Friday, Sept.
Edward Taylor, plans to makethl.a
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.. I of 1961, Troop No. 392, of t'st, Church, 2201 SW 48th are vote, now is the time to do it,
The books
are in precinctnow.
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a I West Hollywood this Saturday Sept. 16 at 8:30: .
r i at the Carver Ranches There will hear the
program p.m. you
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; Hrayboy 1 k the master of cere. Routh nroward Choir Union at Jaycees now I
v,. M mony. Rev J. GaKon: speaker, 3 p.m. You are cordlaly invited.
and Mrs, Pauline Walker. STOP! LOOK! LISTEN!

i 4 :. The parade takes place .at 1:30: I Ushers UnionAnniversary Registration for Dethel Nursery
t The troop will also hav track!
fl School is still in
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t. dash, 440 relay, 880 dash, 880 If you want your childto
relay and rope pulling: have the best of care call
Weiner roast at 6:15: p.m. The Usher. Union Associationwill NE 4.9150 or OX 10446.
Camp fire at 7 p.m. These are ce'ebrate Its 29th anniversary .
the closing: event Sunday SPpt. 17 at 3 p.m. Mrs. Doris Akins, manager
to fit. Mary's Church located be Pick up and delivery. 2310
S The Day Scouts parade will
unique program has been arranged NW 58th St. 7
a.m. to 4
c .r tI begin at the Masonic Temple on by fitter Adderly. The
I Pembroke Road. president Is asking all ushers to p.m.
___ __ __ n This Division No. 8 Division be at Alt Zion Church at 1:30:
executive, Willie Fuller. Troop p.m. leaving Mt. Zion at 2 p.m.
392 Scout Master, Aaron LamarJr. on 9th St., marching to 6th ave. STOP I LOOK! LISTEN!
I CHRIS KENNERI ., Roosevelt Walker, Jr. assistant to 14th 8t. to 5th court and thento
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and Entertainer 167. After the program the proces* 1778 NW 69th St.
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l And His Orchestra Mrs. Wilma Pinder, Troop 188. move to 17th St. to 3rd Ave. and per
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September 22 23 and 24 cession. U.... Iterklejr Mrs nicks
Troop 149, Danla, Scout Master David Hudson, president; D.
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Cyril SmithAddresses THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, Fi.
Mary W. Belcher

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16 1961 PAGE 7
Young


Bride of Mr. G. AdamsA \\ DemocratsOn SCLU Sees Deep South In'

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Monday evening Sept. 4
marriage of interest to rest A and M College and of Western Cyril Smith, representing the
dents of South Florida took placeon Reserve and the Elizabeth Kar- Miami Chamber of Commerceand Great Social RevolutionThe
I, last Sunday at 8:30 a.m. dos: School of Design of Cleve Citizens' Committee for Good
when the former Mary Lou Wes. and, Ohio, Mrs. Adams Is an In. Government, addressed the Dade annual meeting of the tinued by the violence at Annta I
ton Belcher became the bride of structor In the adult education County Young Democrats on Southern Christian Leadership ton and Birmingham. A mammoth
. Garland Brooks Adams. The division: of the Northwestern Vocational the pros and cons of Metro, Gov citywide Freedom Rally will be
double ring service was read by School. ernment present charter and Conference, headed by Dr. Mar' held at the War Memorial Audi
the. Rev. Mr. S A. Cousin, pastorof McCloud Amendment to be votedon tin Luther King Jr., made publicIts torium with Dr. King as principal -
for its annual meeting
Greater Bethel AME Church. Mr. Adams Is the son of John Oct. 17. He gave a clear and program speaker. He will be joinedby
The ceremony was held in the Adams and Mrs. Elthon Adams concise, analysis of both sides of in Nashville, Tenn., Sept. 27- other nationally known fig
29. The general theme of the
spacious living room of the Maul, both deceased. From Little the question so that we may be ures in the civil rights struggle
annual conference will be "The
bride's home, 783 NW 66th St., Rock, Ark., he Is a graduate of better informed to vote. The South in Social Revolution." such as Ralph Abernathy of
under an archway tastefully Southern University of Louisiana meeting was spirited and well The Deep featured speakers will be Montgomery; Fred Shuttlesworthof
decorated with baldenshalr fern and has been an employeeof attended. Birmingham, and C. K. Steeleof
the Rev. James M. Lawson of
and white mums. A small groupof the Atlantic Coast Railroad Mr. Sumner Hutcheson Jr. was Tallahassee.
Nashville Tenn., who served as
relatives and close friends attended for the past 21 year elected again to represent us on
the quiet wedding. The the 4th Congressional Districtin chief architect of the nonviolent The Rev Miller Smith, presi
attendants were Mr. and 'Mrs. Out of town guests were Mrs. the Florida Voters League protest in that city; James dent of the Nashville Christian
Leroy Alexander of West Palm Alice Mickens, godmother of the which meets in Orlando Sunday, Farmer, National director of Leadership Council, the host organization
Beach. oride; Thomas Baldwin, uncle of Sept. 17.TIckets. Congress of Racial Equality; Is general coordinatorfor
.he: bride, and Alice Moore, all of were issued to the John Siegenthaler, special assis the meeting that is expectedto
The stunning Ice blue Brussels West Palm Beach. Local guests membership iby Samuel Moncur, tant to the attorney general of attract actionists in the civil
lace wedding frock was the crea. included Dean David Dobbs of chairman for A Night of Games the United States. The three day rights field all over the South''
tlon of the bride, a well known the Dade Junior College and I to be given by the association on meeting will 'be highlighted by a
and
from the East and far
designer for Palm Beach Mrs. Dobbs Dr. and Mrs. benefit concert which will fea many
social. George Friday, Sept. 29 at the home or
I ites, an interesting use of the Green, Mr. and Mrs. John Max.. I Dr and Mrs. E. 'A. Ward, 6841 ture Harry Belafonte and theBelafonte West.
scalloped lace was made to accentuate well Mr. and Mrs. Alphonso NW 9th ave. Folk Singers at the
the deep square neck Lowery and daughter; and Mes- Several new members Joined. Ryman' Auditorium on Wednes-
line the edges of small sleeves dames William Chapman Sr., Refreshments-' served at 10 day evening. The concert will MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T
were matching lace mitss, Ice. Wil.iarn Jr., Muriel Williams, p.m.The serve as a tribute to Freedom
blue glace kid opera pumps with Dillle Pits and Tom Amos. ,next meeting will be held Riders who picked up the Free.
lace appliques; small blue feathered Monday, Sept. 25. dom Ride after it was discon COST THEY PAY
chapeau. IIer Jewelry consisted The Adamses are presently at Dr. E. A. Ward, president;
of a short strand of tiny home at the 66th St. address.' Ruby Thomas! secretary.
pearls and matching earrings.She I
carried a nosegay of white
rosebuds and .blue ribbons. Her
single attendant wore a sheath Mrs. CoEeman' Entertains
dress of white sheer linen em

broidered with sprays of flowersin A small group stopped in to High School. Many friends of
pastel shades. Rose-red cloth visit with Mrs. Coleman to see both Mrs. Coleman and Mrs.
pumps and a carnation corsageof how she weathered the summer Glenn motored over to share in
matching hue accented the after retirement from the club the entertaining.Those .
rose shades. The bride's motherwas she served as president for 25
charming in white silk Mrs Coleman entertained
a
I years. Although the club
gave
on her lawn during the \?
summer
sheer printed with blue flowers
; her awful let down after serving
her corsage was of white orchids. them long and well were Mr. and Mrs. Elieha \
so to we
Manning brother
and sister-in-
found her in the best of i Wir
spirits.
Both the groom and his attendant law of Mrs. Coleman and their
Yet
we know much is because
wore midnight blue silk guest; Mrs. Lacey of Virginia
single-breasted business suits. many of the organiatlons and individuals State College; Mrs. McFall and ,
joined forces to see niece from Charleston
S. C.; E.
The bride's table was covered that she would not feel the hurt V. Kemp of New York and Mr.
with an imported handmade, by giving luncheons, dinners and and Mrs. MoClarey of Valdosta: }r
sheer embroidered linen and lace three citations. They were: Woman Go., mother'law of Mrs. Rangeof .
cloth. A wreath of ferns and of the Month of March by Range Funeral Home. A .
blue-centered mums encircled the Unlimited Magazine; Mother of
tiered wedding cake decorated the Year by the InterracialMother's Those who came to meet the
guests were Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Association of Miami
with sprays of lily of the valley.
The wedding buffet breakfastwas and Miami Beach and the Orange Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Gill
served immediately following Height Art and Social Club and mother, Mrs. Motts of Atlanta. -
Mrs. J, A. Smnons Mrs. Sadie
'the ceremony.Mrs. (Woman of the Year.) There
Vincent, Mrs. Ruth Arthur
were other counties shown too Mrs.
Adams is the daughter of numerous to menton. Evelyn Thomas, Mrs. M. A.
Mrs. Lulu Baldwin Weston, re Thompson Mrs. Ola Willis and
tired Palm Beach County teacher Then too, Mrs. Coleman did a Sgt. C. E. Williams. ''
and the late Samuel C. Wes good bit of entertaining herself.

ton, pioneer West Palm Beach She and Mrs. Cornelia Glenn en ANDREWS' JEWELERS Nfi
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homerun record has 'been so cap North Dade Thunderbirds and Terrazzo floors Awning type window

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chances for Ruth'sseason paces and expect a season much
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the upcoming World Series, county's most southernmost teamis
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record world series output of cir he is bringing a team thatis
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CINCINNATI ON WAY TOll dirts, le; Clifford Jackson Ig;
Horace Graham c; David Jones,
) NNANT
rg; Collis Jones rt; Willie Wes
al,, The Cincinnati Reds are making ton, rei; Howard Knight qb; An
t a dogged stand to cop the drew Green ,fb; Otis Armstrong,
National league pennant, while rh; Wallace Bates rh; will play
the Dodgers their, nearest' challengers 60 minutes of rough football and
are falling flat on their will :be trying every minute to
faces, and unless there are some improve on their last season rec- ::-Lj::
great reverses on the part of the )rd of five victories four losses.
Reds, the Dodgers: have ,blown 1,
their chances. The cellar teams IAGIC CITY BOWLING DEBS t k,8.,
as always is the situation, have IEOKOANIZES
i been playing havoc with the
The
Magic City Bowling Debs,
carefree leaders and pressureless have shown team what can a cess a woman's of reorganizing league Is in and the pro has FIVE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM

do to one that is in contentionfor elected officers. The officers are

the flag.rOOTIJALL. Arlene Williams, president; Ola Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Inspection
PUTS SQUEEZEON Philips, vice; Zilpha Bryant,
BASEBALL secretary; Mary Mayo, assistant; Drive down to Goulds, Florida-Just below Perrine
Lilla Allen a
treasurer; Dorothy
The time of season has come McIntosh, Sgt. at arms.
upon us when a sportscaster may
make such statements as: ",Marls The league is anxious to bring tiNiti
just hit a 340 ft. field goal' together all of the female bowlIng .
or "Unitas completed another ta.ent in the area; so that SC 0 lS
pass to first baseman Frank Rob they can stand behind their boastas
inson." This is the time of year the best female bowlers in
when baseball is reluctantly these parts.EXCELSIOIt. .
making its exit and football is IS ROLLING 0 D p -
emerging upon the scene; withus
in Miami football is leaping The Excelsior, league opened
Thursday night. Results of this
In this weekend with the highly
match will be
touted reported next
game between the Uni
week. L-J luWe n
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DUNBAR, BETHUNE ELEMENTARY"All Florida Normal Eddie Peters, a Tuskegee Institute *
I Plans Tea' senior and the son of
Death struck the Dunbar Family that begins well, ends Extension SchoolFlorida 1816 NW 5th
for the third time since June well," best describes the sentiments The' Brownsville Baptist Church Mrs. Ruby Peters,
with the passing of Mr. Nelson place, was among the 70 under
of the entire Bethune Elementary Industrial will,observe its annual Tea' Sun
'I' Adams Sr., father of our principal at the beginningof Normal and The graduate members of Kappa Alpha .
I last Sunday at his home in family school term. College at St. Augustine has announced day, Sept. 24 at 4.6 p.m. Psi fraternity participatingin
the 1961.62
I .. Mobile, Ala. A' man full of years84 return each teacher an extension school at Church, of which the Rev. Ran the organization's first annual
Upon our
\: d he lived an exemplary shared with his, coworkers his the First Baptist Church of dolph Thompson is pastor, is located Undergraduate Leadership Conference .
life in his family relations; in Brownsville, 4600 NW 23rd ave. 29th
jummer. experiences.. These. were on 60th St. at NW held at Bloomington,
his church, where he served as, rich and varied in topic and The school will run from Sept. Ave. An excellent musical pro Ind prior to the fraternity's Golden .
I t, and In business. Father Mrs. Gloria Nelson, formerlyjf the use of ministers of all denominations artiste and exceptional talent ended August 30.
of six children whom be saw Bunche Park Elementary is licientlate preacher from the various high schools is
grow into useful citizens and treat to the Peters is presently holding the
now working in the first grade l, Sunday School superinten planned as a special
fields .office of polemarch of the Gam-
leaders In their respective it Bethune. Mrs. Sylvia R. Roll dents, Sunday School teachers, audience and friends.
endeavor. His 25 grandchildtin who formerly served as a, music ;lay-workers in the church. and ma Epsilon chapter of the fra
were' an added source of joy Consultant for Dade County Pub missionary workers.. *te. Mrs. Neola Mason, chairman ternity.

Lie Schools, is now working in
him.
to Berrien
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Linton
Our principal left Wednesdayto the third grade. Mrs. Flo Hawkins The Rev. Randolph Thompson, chairman of music program
attend the funeral which YirK will formerly of the first grades B. A., B. D., dean. S23 JOIN THE:- NAACP: !
the
at additional S23
be held Saturday now serving as our
town Baptist Church. .eacher in special education.
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) Hawkins, curriculum assistant Other additions Include a eon
Mrs. Bethune. The family
with the weeks at PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
collaboration WhUp.Mrs.
In of jf Air. and Mrs. Jennings. wishes for her success through
announcement
principal made Jennings is on maternal out the remainder of her college LUNCHEONETTE
the follo.wlng curriculum improve eave, Mrs. Ida Davis is, serving
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went t1yides:at, Dunbar: The a<9 the. teacher for her class in career. Street FR 4-5874
N.W. 8th
activities 402 and 406
beginning of OUt spelling special ,education It's a daughteror Deepest sympathy is extendedMrs.
for the year under the chairmanship Mr. and Mrs. Wilder. Mrs. Thelma North during the
of Ry hard Cook II; I Franclel King is serving as teach. death of her aunt, Mm Leila Drug Store BarBQueFeaturing
the opening of, the year-long er for this fourth grade class Walker of New York. breakfast, lunch
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arithmetic teachers;' the first faculty' Mrs. Jacquelyn H. Crosby, one Walter C. Cogdell, principal patent medicines and sundries auj dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue
grade workshop; to open on of the second grade teachers, is Gwendolyn Welters ,and from 5 p.m.
\ library 28 under the 111 at home.. Her co-workers are Elliott Scavella, Open daily 0:30 a.m. 12 p.m
Sept Fri. & Sat. to 2:30 nm
Thursday Fri. Sat. to 1:80 a.m. Open
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ETV Speech. classes*

The Arithmetic Workshop will' I OR RADIO TROUBLE?
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every Wednesday and will rotate F a..
among the three schools. Clearance sale going on, need space. TV, radio, tl

.Mrs. Eula M. Allen is the new stereo, record players. Prices reasonable. All purchases 0

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We hope that you will like back our to KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY y
Dunbar family. Welcome
Mrs. Rosa Lee Reese Johnson. JOESCOITAUTHORIZED
'We wish much success to Mrs FACTORY TV REPAIR .
Francene Thompson and Mrs AiC Q
Rose Hines, the former is now a 923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381 '
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Mrs. Bernice Sutton, one of our :
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rently in Jackson Hospital.!! ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS rLU8 PARTSLARRY'S

First PTA meeting, Monday,
Oct. 1 at 7:30. Remember, this T.V.
Membership Month.
i is Remember the kick-oft Moth WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

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Thursday, Sept. 28 at noon. An.
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Nelson,, Adame, principal 1 31 e. IiI.R: ill.IITI j, a r bq.

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me. to Election, at Convention :




KANSAS CITY Mo. (ANP) Detroit clergyman was not pushed
,
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........... or struck, conflicting with
Dr. Joseph H. Jackson of Chicago I earlier'reports..

n's Day atBethany 930 Witnesses AtAssembly ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. election, following here, was an returned all-night to.I. Under an order of the Jackson

the County Court, all delegates
J. W. Stepherson, pastorM. the office of president of
Convention, pleaded to the Rev. Mr. Taylorhad
a Success T. Copeland reporter National Baptist .
to reregister with the credentials
religious
Sunday School ................ NN 9:49: U.S.A., Inc. But the committee. There were

en' Day at Bethany, Satur- "Man's destiny depends on BTU .......................................... 6:30 body's 81st Annual Session Detroit was about 2,000 Taylor delegates.
Sept. 9, climaxed a !Dur- Bible prophecy rather than on Morning worship . 11:00 marred toy the death of a
ek fund raising drive with ail scientific achievement." These Evening worship . . 7:00 minister who suffered a head Injury DELEGATES IN DISPUTEThe
of $1,200 raised for the i were the words of Mr. Henry; L. during a riot involving sup.
.
On 17 there will of Jackson and the Rev riot was triggered by disputing
church that we hope to be- Brlssett, district supervisor of Sunday, Sept. porters
early In next year. the Watchtower Bible and Tract be a musical program after ser Gardner C. Taylor of New York. delegates of the convention
vice. At this time will see largest Negro religious or
Society as he spoke to some 930 you
Iro. Herbert Long chairmanthe Arthur Garfield
delegates attending a three-day and hear Willie Blue and his The Rev. ganization In the world with five
entire day planned with Wright, 64, a promlent businessman
singers sponsored by Deacon J. million members.
seminar held at Northwestern Sr.
men of the church partlcl.lng. I. plunged fivefeet
Detroit
In ,
and Bro. Woodrow Wil the
| The highlight of the High School. Phillip from the podium i to the Police swarmed through

Ing was our guest speaker lIe went on to aay, "It is no liams. floor landing on his head. auditorium after the disturbance
|er Matthew Green of St. Pet longer a matter of rule or ruin, Sunday afternoon there will bea of Mt. Harmony Baptist Church, broke'out, In an effort to restrainthe
burgh and the male chorus, but a matter of being ruled byGod.s Men's Day Tea given at the factions. Mayor Bartle fin
ler the direction of Bro. Sam. kingdom or ruined by home of Deacon E. D. Walker, The Rev. Mr.the Wright second, richest pastor ally quelled the hubbub."If .

Adolphus that rendered God's war against rebelliousones. 2980 NW 50th St. There will be was reputedly Detroit.He you came to Kansas Cityto

sic for the morning senrlce. ." In these critical times man an elegant program of singing Negro In raise hell, you should go
and speaking. Refreshments will owned a mortuary, and an "
seek knowledge of the future. home.
he church Is appreciative to
community and our friends Instead of turning to God's word I. be served. This tea, we are sure, insurance and loan firm bearing Other injuries were averted

their support In making this of prophecy, they seek Information you will enjoy. his name. when 80 policemen formed a cordon .
from occult Baptism will be held Saturday, I
gram a success.e sources. ELECTION DELAYED around the speaker's plat
look forward to further Some highlights of the convention at 5 p.m. form and held shouting delegates

tlvltles' and bigger event as were the baptism of 15 min.Isters We invite you to our Men's The election observed across at bay.

work toward the construction and a series of demonstrations .- Day program Sept. 24. the nation because of the year-
showing how to help per- long dispute between Jackson STAIRCASE COLLAPSESA
|our new church for the good
[the entire community. .:.on> take an active part In the PRESBYTERIAN and Taylor over the title of. wooden staircase leading to
GRACE was delayed for several
presidency,
ministry of Jehovah's Witnesses. the platform collapsed under the
CALVARY BAPTIST These Included Willie Daniels, hours by the credentials
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. weight of about ten rioters
Dr. D. A. Holmes,
committee.
Willie Thomas Scott
Hardy ,
W. F Savoy, pastor by delivering a twenty-minute
Rev
Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor of Paseo Baptist Church
Duke Rains, L. V. Yards, Mable pastor
Phyllis Myers reporter MoCulIough, Mamie Moss, Gus- Sunday School . . 9:10: here, was appointed election Bartle finally eased the tension

day School . . 1MBknlng I) sle Lee Daniels, Ernestine Jor. Morning service . . 11:00 monitor by the Jackson county speech calling upon delegates to

service . . 11;00, don, ssoin'ScoU, and Patience Evening service . . 7:00 court. settle their differences peaceful.

JU ..... ...... ...... . &':30 ,Raines.. Wed. night study . . 8:15 Starting Thursday night, the ly, "through "the love of God and

suing service . . 7:00 The: purpose of the three-day Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. election ended Friday at ,4:30: not by force.
An hour after the riot began,
a.m. with Jackson receiving 2,732,
convention was stimulate the the Golden
to
unday morning everyone was We are grateful restored
Voting a semblance of order was
1,519.
votes to Taylor's
:;preaching methods as used by the Club for the beautiful devo-
to hear Rev. Stephens Age
happy several
states after clearing the front as a gospel singer gave
by ,
Witnesses and, to trains them to conduct
liver the ; His subject tional service that they
message address
the public
hymns over
of the hall, the delegates
take' care'of' the expansion workbeing' church last Sunday area
b "Bad Associates Spoil Uee- ed in our
asked to stand in favor of system
Minds" done.About evening. Thee highlight of th were

afternoon at 4 the 150 person attending program was their installation of their candidate.Rev. CHEERS AND I1OOS
unday p.m.
volunteered their time' to do the officers. We hope that this in. Jackson continued to Ignore -
,). 2 usher board sponsored Dixie a various Jobs' necessary to make spiring Christian organizationwill claims to the office by Rev. This year's convention set out
which held at the I
was the convention a success. Such worship with us again soon. Taylor and delivered the president's to resolve the dispute and the
Their tea
was
irk successful.Auditorium.. volunteers were: electricians, On Monday, Sept. 18 at 8 p.m. annual report. He col fight began when the Jackson

.ry de- cooks, carpenters, typists and choir No. 2 of the New Providence lapsed after his one.hour speechbut 'I group had the floor and was trying -
unday night our pastor convince delegates that
general laborers. Church was revived quickly. to
Baptist ,
Missionary
eyed another of his great ser- he was the rightful president.At .
Rev. Burney, pastor, will presenta
CLAIMED TITLE
Everyone enjoyed him TAYLOIl
3ns. delightful and worshipful 'program this point, as rival factions
|ry much. Mt. Pleasant Methodist at Grace. We ask membersand Dr. Taylor pastor of Concord alternately cheered and booed,

[On Sept. 22 the No. 2 choir is Rev. William Mack, pastor visitors to come and enjoy Baptist Church in New York, had the Taylor group tried to escort
maoring a musical program.e this memorable occasion. maintained that he was rightful their candidate to the platform.But .
2010 Lincoln Ave.
public Is invited to come. Opa Lcka, Fla. Let us remember that our Sundays president of the convention and the ,platform was loaded

Sunday School..................... 10:00 should be reserved for wor- was BO' elected at the 1960 con with about 100 Jackson backers

MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. Morning worship ................ 11:00 ship. Let us be in reverent and vention in Philadelphia.Last and they stood their ground. The

Evening worship .................... 7:30 faithful attendance. year's meeting also carried stairway collapsed as the Taylor
P. 8. Brown, pastor Women's Day will be observed out in chaotic suit filed by group stormed It.

mday School ...*..._ ?:45 on Sunday, August 17. both sides in the dispute Fists began flying as tempers
loralng worship .._._ .__ 11)00reninf NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. flared.
Include Mrs. the
Guest speakers The Rev Mr. Wright was
worship .......___ 1:10
Elizabeth E. Johnson at 11 a.m. Rev. C. 'J. Burney, pastor only victim of the 10-minue riot The police moved In and at

The energetic members of the and Mrs. Manatee Bannerman for Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter which was broken up by police least two brawlers were escortedout

It. Tabor Baptist Church are the 8 p.m. service; Sunday School . . 9:30: and a fervent plea from Kansas of the hall

rorklng diligently to make It You are invited to attend. Morning Service . . 11:00 City Mayor H. Ree Bartle Taylor said he wanted the convention .

omen's Day Drive a great sue- Mrs R. S. Jackson chairman; B. T. U . . . 6:00 DKAT1I RULED ACCIDENTALThe "to decide this matter
{ess. Mrs. D. Foster, co-chairman; Evening Service . . 7:80 once and for all." Jackson argued -

"Women, the Builders of a Mrs. E. Knaggs, secretary; death was ruled accidentaland that the Taylor group was
rm Foundation" has been The Mothers Board will rendera no one was held responsible.Four not entitled to attend the conven

hoten as the theme for the program Tuesday night, Sept. ministers were questioned Lion lie said that he had rented
Irlve. The theme will be very BAHA'I' FAITHMrs. 18, also the number one choir earlier. Some spectator said the the auditorium.

described by Mrs. Ath. will render a program Thursday
forcefully
Frances Baumgartner,
I Sept. 21. These auxiliaries are
lie Range, as the guest speaker
Baha'l teacher of North Miami expecting your presence to help
tor the morning service. I will speak at the World Peace make a great success. I
At the evening service, Mrs. observance to be held at the
Hazel Troy, principal of George Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th Continue In prayer for wel.the 1 CASH BENEFITSfor '
Visitors always
sick. are
Carver will eerie as 17.
Elementary, Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Sept.
|narrator as the organization co- Believing that America will be come in our services. t

)rdlnator, captains and members the first nation' to establish the !
{go to the altar to make their foundation of international BETHEL BAPTIST you every day

{sacrifices. agreement, to proclaim the unityof

Because of the enthusiasm and mankind, and to take the Bethel is observing Its annual For Sickness, or Accident KK

competition among the organizations lead In promoting world peace, I Woman's Day program Sun-
captains and members and recognllzng the Importanceof day, Sept. 24. Our program committee 1 To Replace Your Salary

(everyone is anxiously! awaitingthe education in fostering world has made plans for It to When Hospitalized

[ great day, Oct. 25, when all peace Baha'is In some 1600 communities be an Inspirational and enjoyableday.
fund raising activities will cul- in the nation will gather The event of the day will 1, For Mea Up To
[mlnate. to discuss this vital theme. begin with Sunday School at 9. !
For the 11 a.m. service speakerbe To
Since there Is strength in num. Mrs. Baumgartner's subject i Up
Mrs. O. W. Foster. Music by
[ bers, we are asking that all will be "World Peace Through weekFor
the First Baptist Church of $100
friends of Mt. Tabor family let Education." The public Is cordially per
the
Brownsville. At 5:30
young
all roads lead to 1701 NW C8th invited.
people will conduct BTU. For Women and Children : :
et on Oct. 25 to help us cele-
MI
the 7 p.m. services the speaker L I'
tlon and member will be
captain
brate and to see which organlza. ST. PAUL A. M. E. will be Mrs. Oscar L. Range. $50 per week .,
Music by the Mt. Olive Baptist
J. K. CULIIIlETlf. MOIL
the beautiful tro
winner of the
R.,.. M. J. Fayson, pastor Church, South Miami. We Invite From Birth 85
phies is to be awarded. Hospitalization to Ago
reporter i this
Mrs. Lee Cray, you to come and spend day
Sunday School . . t:30 with us. Our services are open to Up to $200 Surgical Benefits

NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Morning worship . 11:00 all.Mrs. Up to $24 First 3 day*-$12 Next 97 Days

Evening worship . . 7:30 Cora Jackson, chairman; Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18
Terrace Rev. L. R. Ross, pastor
1571 N.W. Uth
The presiding elder held our Grandpa and Grandma Special-Ages up to 85
Rev. Ernest Williams pastor
last quarter beginning Friday Retirement Income at 65
Deacon Fred Williams, reporter delivered a soul-stir-
Sunday School . . ':10 night He Sunday morning. CITYWIDEREGISTRATION The Company With The

Morning worship . 11:00 ring message visited Mt. Tabor GOLDEN SHIELD POLICYNo
Evening worship . . 7:20 Our pastor The budget DRIVE
Sunday afternoon. Benefit Full from application
Vi or protection
and tHe e
The junior choir will furnishthe drive Is still In progress
music for Sunday services. pastor Is asking everyone to do Monday, Sept. 11-16 INSURANCE COMPANY
be- LI t F E
contest
Our pastor delivered an inspiring their best. The baby OF FLORIDAHome
message which we all enjoy tween stewardess board 3 and 4 Bfcxxks will be In the

ed. We Invite you to come and will terminate Sunday evening Office-2548 S.W. 8th St. HI 5-2516
with ns. 0 u r 3:30. Please vote for the baby precinctsREGISTER
spend a Sunday to all. of your choice. District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-6828
services are open

There will be a sale in the kit. Sunday night we enjoyed a NOW .' ,. .. '
visit -
chen of the church. Come and powerful sermon. Please ,- . .- ," ,
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1901 from Gainesville. H, w-a. a
I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA MEMORIAMIn
IN
Range. member of long standing of

,PAGE ,12 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1961 loving memory of Mrs.;''Iran* Pratt, of 16101 NW Greater Bethel AME Church He
RALPHLETTA EVANS 19th ave., died In the South is survived by three cousins, C.
who departed this life September Florida' State Hospital. A nativeof F. Brooks, Amos and James

CARDS MEMORIALS 6, 1964. Rlchland, Ga., Mrs. Pratt had Brooks. Arrangements are incomplete
But we believe. a day shall come lived In Miami since 1953 and .
When all the dead shall rise was a member of First Baptist
I When, they who sleep down. In Church of Opa Locka. Survivors ooo ooooo ooOG

CARD OF THANKSThe Expression ofGratitude the grave *m i? I i include a son, Henry Jackson. NEED MONEY
Will again their eyes.
open
Services will be held this Saturday
family' of the late V\ Mother, sisters, brothers at- First Baptist, with the $25 to $600

MRS. BESSIE MAE JACKSON pastor, Rev. Macon officiating. Call PL 8.3653
M'' who died September 6 and was We, the family of the late, CARD OF THANKSMrs. Mrs. Pratt is now in repose at

I laid to rest on September 11, '.. Pleasant Strapp wishes to the funeral_home. IDEAL LOAN
i I take this method of expressing ':titVii.> >, .
1218 NW 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
I thanks and appreciation to the 1Wl h who thoughtful to, her Joseph Seymour
were
j ,many friends for kindnesses {, < during her recent illness. A very 72nd St., died Sept. 8. He wasa
I shown during its hours of be. special thanks to the Rev. McDowell pioneer having come here in OOCOCf.:
;
reavement. Thanks for your cards, of the Church of the 1910 from Nassau, Bahamas,
letters, telegrams, flowers, cars i'r Open Door for his visits and kind and was a member' of the Elks
and all other kind gestures of words. God bless each and everyone Lodge. He Is survived by his SEE THE WORLD'S
sympathy. Your kindnesses will of wife Agnes. Services will be
nev-r be forgotten. r Mrs.you.Pleasant Strapp held this Saturday in St. James GREAT SPIRITUAL
Joe Jackson, husband AME Church. Burial will be in LEADER
''Mrs. Patience Scipio, sister 5 y' Lincoln. He is now o'n. view in
And Family tod. CARD OF THANKS the chapel. AND PHYCHIC READER
'
The family of the late,
IN MEMORIAM MRS. ALBERTA CALLOWAY Little Susan L. Stallworth, BISHOP HUNTERIf

1 wish to thank their many friends daughter of David and Gather you are sick or worried don't
1t I dear husband m ine Stallworth of 1781 NW 60th fail to see me today. Office hours
t i In memory of my and neighbors for their kind
St., died Sept. 12. Services were daily 1 to 0
I p.m. p.m.
ness in their hour of bereavement Thursday
SAMUEL H. MURRAY r for cards, telegrams, flor- conducted Tuesday evening'n! 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 ...W.to .
the chapel. Commltal
.; who departed this life on September al tributes and food. Special services 3
were conducted
j 15, 1960. thanks to Elder J. C. Jackson in Lincoln.Wednesday afternoon p.m.'S
"Like, a ship that has left its and members of the 6th Ave READINGS S
mooring Church of God in Christ. To Mrs.
And sailed bravely out to sea; Bethune and Mrs. Bagley for Baby Boy Rodgers, son of $1.00
So someone dear has sailed awayIn their hospitality. and the Rich. Chester and Magnolia Rodgers, up
calm ,..1 :wJIMMY\. ardson of 6133A NW
serenity Funeral Home. Special 27th ave., died
But there is a promise of a DOUGLAS thanks to everyone from the Sept. 10. Graveside services 5417 SW 17 St.' 'I, '
grater Joy family were conducted In Lincoln. y.
Wish to say: <. Z'' 'yw
Than earth can have In store Our beloved friends at this Mrs. Victoria Johnson, sister WESTUOLLYWOOD :
For God has planned a richer time, we pause to thank the Mrs. Lorraine Washington, Matthew W. Williams of 257'
I lifeBeyond multitude of kind hearted peoplefor niece NW 7th St., died Sept. 14 at his
f the unseen shore." helping to make our burden Horace Muse, nephew residence. A pioneer Miamian, FLA. PROP. 11UNTEU
I Mrs. Mickey Murray, wife easier to bear. It's heartwarming Eugene Pipkin, nephew Mr. Williams; came to Miami I in I

to know that you were avail ,
IN MEMORIAMIn able to make our wishes known, .vsac tirlii1"

sad but loving memory of ,' by using your cars, sending us
DEATHSw
our dear husband, brother and 'I cards and telegrams and so very
uncle, many floral tributes. The memo

""" ]11 .. ory wl.l:l forever live in our w,,*,"-:1M\___.. L
n hearts. A very warm thank you
to our pastor, Rev. W. F. Tan. 'of Albert. .
ner, and our funera 1 director,
V. J, Bain and his moat able Mrs. Lolia Braswell of 15655
staff for their untiring services. NW 167th St. Rd., died Sept. 7.
M May God's richest blessings be Her survivors are a son, a sister,

yours.Mr.. Mrs. Evelyn Washington of ID I
and Mrs. HenryJ Hendersonville, S.C. and a I
Dauglas brother, R. H. Creswell ,of Wll- ;
And Family liamston, S.C. She was sent to
I Hendersonvllle for final rite.
: M IN MEMORIAMloved

Matthew Toombs, 2 year'old
mother.In con of Mr. and Mrs. Willie
loving memory of our be- I Toombs of 339 NW 13th St.,
MRS. REBECCA SAUNDERSwho died In Kendall Hospital Sept.
departed this life on September
I 7. Chapel services were conduct
II
I 14, 1959. ed Sept. 11.
Each day while we are thinking The HOUSE OF

t Heaven is meant for you, Mrs. Gladys Slaughter of 3247
Our hearts keep on saying NW 46th St., died Sept. 7. She
1 Mother, mother we love you. was sent to Buena Vista, Ga.
Sadly missed by children. Sept. 13 for services. Survivingare ALBERT

J Mrs. Gladys Sands, daughter her husband, Seble, seven
Jf,+f Mrs. Louise Roberts, Dght. children
Mrs. Elsadia Merdlth, Dght. 6942 N.W. 15th AvenueIt

r BOOKER T, DUNN Eugene Duncombe, son ,Mrs Anna Bennett, a native of

/: who departed this life, September Lincoln Couty, Ga., died in the Is with, great pride and pleas-
It t' 10, 1960. IN MEMORIAMIn home of her daughter, Miss
f. May he rest In peace and may Marie Bennett with whom she ure that we present and recommend
;, light perpetual shine upon him. memory of our dear daugh lived at 16301 NW 162nd St.,
t Mrs. Josephine Dunn wife ter, Rd., Sept. 10. Three other families in this community the a-

Leon Dunn, brother daughters, Mesdames Lizzie bove named firm which has passed
!MIss Gladys Dunn, sister Walton, Ida. Lee Cason and Ruby ,
John H. Leggett, Smith .survive along with two all the strict requirements demanded

brother-in-law, .eons, Timothy and Henry West for membership in the International
Mrs. Elizabeth L. Brusard, Bennett; seven grandchildrenand

,". niece 12 great grandchildren. Services Association of Morticians.This .
I And Family will 'be held Saturday at 2

p.m. at Greater New Bethel announcement is of
vital
importance
Baptist Church -
IN MEMORIAMIn Rev. W. K.
Smith, pastor. She will be on to residents of this com
loving memory of my dear view in the Opa Locka chapel 5
.wife, p.m. Friday. munity because it identifies a funeral

.... 1, k
firm
t5I' Graveside services for Willie whichmaybe relied upon at the

Edward McCray, Infant son of time of need to provide truly pro-
Mrs| Leetta McCray, 2236 NW
fessional
51st Terr., were conducted Sept. service of the finest and

R 13 at Evergreen Cemetery. most modern type, always at a price

Tyrone Hudson that is within the means of those
'
\ young son )f
Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hudson, 721 served.As .
1.I 1.\) NW 6th ave., died in his home

Sept. 10. Chapel services were :this
held Sept. 13. community's only mem-

ber, this firm is authorized to dis-
.. David f!!.. T.naw .nt.. ann .vm?
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r MRS. MATTIE BALDWINwho 4th ave., died In his home Sept. play the symbol which appears below -
: departed this life 11. lIe is ,survived by two
September sons --- a symbol which identifies it
i 12, 1960. and other relatives Serlces will
/ Gone, but not forgotten. May be conducted Saturday, 11 a.m. as one having the ability to comfort
she rest in in the chapel. He will lie in
I peace. re-
to honor
. to serve outstand-
pore In the chapel 1
Mrs. Blanche Collins, mother p.m. Fri ;
Harry Collins, stepfather day. ingly well. : '
"f
', Regina Hardln of 6149 SW 1Mti f
Il CARD OF THANKSWe 64th St., South Miami, died Sept. B FR
he family of the late 11 and was laid to rest Sept. 14. f;

CHARLES L. MAJOR
"
would like to take this oppor Graveside services for baby
MRS. CATHERINE DELAVOE tunity to express our sincere girl McIntosh, daughter of Mr.
N, who departed this life September thanks and appreciation to the and Mrs. Hozle Lee McIntosh of INTERNATIONAL
18, 1960. many friends and neighbors who 2172 NW 70th Terr., were con .
; Gone, but not forgotten.No were so kind and understanding ducted Sept. 14. ASSOCIATION (
one knows how much I during our hour of bereavement.
mlsa you, Many thanks for cards, flowers, Stones. o
a In my heart, your memory ling telegrams and cars from friends. .G t MORTICIANS
ers, sweet and tenderly Special thanks to Francis Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Hen. g
I loved you, but Jesus loved you Home, Rev. Jackson of Mt. rietta J. Carey were held Thurs
best, Zion and the friends and neigh- day, Sept. 12 from St. Agnes
Sleep on and take your rest. :bora of 6th, 7th and 8th S..... Episcopal Church with Father
t'' Austin Delavoe, husband The Family John E. Culmer officiating TO COMFORT'TO HONOfUTO SERVE

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FOR SALE Register Your THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA


ClassifiedFOR 5240 SW 23rd St. It you are Talented Child SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1961 PAGE :13
planning to buy a house la West Music, Dance or Art ...' ... '
Hollywood, don't buy until you Fine Art Conservatory
see our 2-bedroom large' living ;
;
room with large picture win Carver YMCA STUDY THE BIBLE .r

RENT dow. All modern formica kltChenf OX 6-0231 and .,....,.. ", ,,",
carporte. Sold by
ROOM 1081 NW 61st St. Call OX 1-5453. 816 r .: (PREPARE YOURSELF. I Nt.
"'
[after 4:30: p.m. PL 84164. Man "
To Teach Preach The Word of God
| only. MANOR PARK area. 2 bedroom or :. .'I! ,1':
house. $850 down, $57 a month Classes taught by competent and .. to'
[APARTMENT. Nice clean place. pays all. Owner NE 52922.: Consecrated teachers for credit J i,
6306 NW 15th ave. FR 19797. .
or NE 4.1886. Indf DUPLEX. Only $2,000 cash Monday and: Thursday Evenings-7:30 9:20At p.m...1 <,
Continue payments and It Is all 5184 N.W. 15th Ave.
! 3-D RED OOM HOUSE. 1783% yours. For more information call
NW 61st St.1DEDROOM. owner at HI 37809. Cost of Tuition for 18 weeks-$6.00
$695 Down For information call NE 5.2610

HOUSE. 6233 NW COMPLETE equipment to operate Beautiful custom built 3-
Ave.LOVELY
20th skating rink. 180 pairs of bedroom, 2 bath CBS, large

HOUSE for small family. ,able.skates CA probable 6-082.. location avail lot, carporte, tile roof. No Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!
$20 a week. 1489 NW 54thSt. closing costs. No qualifying
Open dally until 7 p.m. COZY
_ CBS home, fence, awnings, Service First as low as
real 'bargain. South of 54th St.
UNFURNISHED 2-b e d r o o m by owner. 3147 $5.40
house. Large fenced In yard. NW 68th St. 07 2-bedroom Duplex
2907 NW 51sl Terr. NE 46064. InsuranceAgency
INCOME PROPERTY. NW 79thSt. $595 Down $78 Mo. Starepot Insurance .

A NICE ROOM In a private Near 17th ave. Can be used Completely furnished, 2- immediately. .
home. Middle age gentleman pre. for beer and wine bar. OX 1-5559 bedroom CBS duplex. No .
ferred. OX 1.0425. 823
SOFA CHAIR rugs: table, closing costs. Live rent free.
PARTIALLY Furnlahed cottage. 'amps and drapery. 900 NW 47th Miami Opa Locka

Live rent free for about five Terr. 'Seller pays closing coats 3497 'N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
weeks in exchange for repair NA 4.6612
work. OX 1.5659.DOWNTOWN WINE AND BEER BAR Reason. $345 Dn. $63.30 Mo. NE 5.6355
'ble terms. WI 7.4083 until 31.m. Outstanding 2-bedroom CBS
921 NW 62nd St. 4
furnished apt. $15 p.m. -
Tile roof hardwood floors,
a week. Call NE 40500. .1-
RAFT BEER BOX. Holds two furnished kitchen. One
FURNISHED ROOM, near bus I "' t>lI's.: Really a good, cold box. mortgage payment.We I BRAND NEW APARTMENT BUILDINGNOW
stop. 1986 NW 67th St. Cooking old water attachment. Lomelo,
facilities NE 3-6203 or FR King 0' Hearts. I
94922. have many homes to RENTING

WANTED choose from. Call us or visit 2 STORIES
LOVELY bedroom house, our office day or night. e RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD
dining room, living room, kit. BARBER to manage shop. 6207 e QUIET
chen, bath, Florida room. See it VW 22nd Ave. For Information PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th St BEAUTIFUL KITCHENS
at 790 NW 66th St. PL 80792. all! HI 42661. Dave's Barber BEAUTIFUL SHRUBBERY

INDIVIDUAL single houses, Shop. e OAK FLOORS

children play area parking, quiet __ 'l"l' , . , .J tt BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM
and peaceful. $10 and up. Mrs. WITH SHOWER AND TUB/

Donovan, Mgr. FR 14620. 617 PROUD OF AND ENJOY
NW 8th St. 07 HOMES FOR SALE AN APARTMENT TO BE

754 N.W. 70th Street
A NICE quiet room In private
home. 3230 NW 45th St. NE 1424 N.W. 55th TerraceOpen King Cole Apts. 6511 ,N.W. 12th Ave.
43656.
Sunday 2.6 p.m.
For Information Phone HI 43673ADULTS
FURNISHED Apartment All ONLY $350 DOWN

utilities furnished. $12.50 per Large CBS 2-bedrooms, 2 baths, large Fla. room, low
week. 620 NW 8th St., FR
72902. Caretaker In Apt. 1. monthly payments.
; :::!: ::
3-room cottages, stove and refrigerator New Northwest Area '

$10 weekly.and 569 water NW 8th furnished.St. FR CBS like new, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. and utility Homes Move In To-Day!

room. Payment only $81 per month.
72902.'E. No qualifying No closing costs
PICARD CBS 2-bedroom HomeOn
Rental Agency Low down paymentEZ terms
Rental collections; property large corner lot. Near everything. 79th St. bus to
Management real estate 41 4721 N.W. 16th Avenue
FHA
Beach.
One
1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7.2902 mortgage.

4811 N.W. 15th Avenue ...
3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex. 1161 N.W. 49th Street
Water I* furnished. $12.50 week. 41 4995 N.W. 15th Avenues
ly. Call E. Picard Rental Agency.FR Open Sunday 1.6 p.m.
72902. 3 large bedrooms 1269 N.W. 44th Street

FURNISHED Efficiency. $14. Utility room, Fla. room, enclosed garage, FHA. (All open Sunday)

Free 4190 NW gas 32nd water ave.and electrlcty Small down payment NEWS REALTY PL' 4.0655


APARTMENT. One bedroom. $15 Action Realty Inc. 5 _"

_4190 NW 32nd ave. .........:..; :: !. !: :!::-<<' "'
EST 253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-4544

NW bedroom apartment.RENT In $14.town.3200 2- I ,1' . I HURRY/ HURRY! HURRY
47th St.
,
APT. 2 Bedrooms, living room, DON'T MISS THESE HOMES
kitchen bath, hot
water, re.
frigerator and stove furnished, BE A HOMEOWNERBUY
quiet neighborhood NE 43269. e e e _


'FURNISHED garage apartment' A HOME FROM FORD TODAY! $500 down qualifying
2129 NW 57th St.
_ I Look at these beautiful homes, then ride by our Move right in, no closing costs, gorgeous CBS, lovely

:3.ROOM. $13 weekly DUPLEXES 1835 unfurnished. and 1837 office and let us help you to finance it. Deal I with the Florida room. Immaculately clean. Convenient to

NW 5th ave. Call E. Plf ard largest ''real estate office in Liberty City. everything. One mortgage. $80 per month.
Rental Agency. FR 72902.
1. 2997 N.W. 64th St.-$300 down $59.02 Mo. $400 down No closing costs
OFFICE SPACE In desirable location CPS tile roof carporte one mortgage. $69a
/ ,
1111 NW 3rd are, up 2. 3035 N.W. 68th St.) Your choice of these Special sale
talrs. Call LevI Johnson, FR 3-bedroom'homes Dn. month. Personal problems force quick -owner
3045 N.W. 68th St.) $500
9.2343.
830JUANITA'S will cooperate in every way.
3. 1311 N.W. 50th St.-$350 down $86.74 Mo.
KINDKROAItTRN Sunday 1.5
Pick up and delivery service 4. 1830 N.W. 52nd St. $995 Down Open p.m.
September 5, 1961. Call OX (Brand new 3-bedroom home) 1000 N.W. 75th St. Beautiful CBS 3 bedrooms, 2
1-2350. 89 baths, corner lot, top location. Only $500 down, one
5. 5621 N.W. 13th Ave. $1,500 Down
POSITION mortgage.
WILL KEEP a few amall children (3-bedroom, large home on a double corner lot
In my home by day or week. Cross street from school) For Rent ReasonableLovely
OX 1-9345, 2050 NW 66th St., CBS cottage. See at 1012 NW 75th St. or call
apt. 11. 6. 1380 N.W. 51st Terr.-$500 down $63.69 Mo.
furnished.
Mr. Badger at PL 84925. Completely
KINDERGARTEN NOW OPEN 1. We have over 500 others to choose from! Cleanest in town, no children or pets, please.

For working mothers, GreaterSt. 2. We are open Saturday and Sunday tool!

Mark's Kldergarten Is now 3. We take your old house or lot in on a trade! LEGAL REALTYMU
open throughout the summer.
Special rates clean wholesome 8.3923 PL 8.0290

atmosphere for your child. Hot FORD REALTY Inc. MOUTH SUNDAYS WEEK DAYS
meals, pick up service 1455 NW
53rd St. Call OX 1-7556 or OX ,
61637. 07
5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559
It has been proven-Advertising Pays off!
.
h Jyertise It Pays! ", : ,1,.,"_,. __,.I.!': .'. J ,. ',:



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Otillle and, her. charming little ( << \l :t<
PAGE 14 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1961RichmondlleightsFlashes grand daughter.The club meeting was double REGISTRATION TIME AT
i feature for Mrs Irene Rabmlngi
whose birthday was Sept. 7 and COX KINDERGARTEN
she had just returned from Nassau
;I visiting ,relatives: ",and friend 'Registration Is now 'in (progress. Parents, let us train
For her honor on ,her natal day
.work. We are licensed with certi-
Mrs. Helena Slfontes gracefully your child while you (

rendered the birthday song at -fled teachers, and a well planned program to meet your
added the flowery
the piano. She
touches as only Mrs. Slfontes can child's needs. School begins September 5. For information

By ORA D. TAYLOR do, for the club and the Instru I call FR 1.8488 or OX 11834. B. E. Cox, supervisor,
ment. Mrs. Florine Williams was
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I I 1' w --J also honored for her birthday on W. 0. Cox, manager.

and charming .Barbara were cultural ,in a cultural historic Sept. 6. Mrs. Mable McFaddon '
Cook Petite of Entaw, Ala., Is the house city, Boston, Mass. The was also a September honoree. } 1) f} 1 t}}>.1)1Th J!

guest of Rosalind ,Wilburn ,of the president ably presided. There The September hostesses for ..- 1 .. IM.!
Heights. They became friends at i were separate group meetings for this delightful party and round.
Knoxvllle College. Miss Wilburn appraisers, builders, mortgages, up were Mrs. 'Ella Williams,
and friends ',hare spared and loans and bankers. membership chairman, and Mrs. BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOW
shared to make her visit an en. Eunice Nelson. The lovely arrangement -
joyable one. She has long antici The sessions were full each of cut flowers placed
pated this trip and Is so Impressed day with top that she would like to call over the states including was a club conversation piece,
Phone Ffc 4-2376
Miami and Richmond Heights Washington, D.C. The social affairs with oh's and ah's. 1201 N.W 3rd Ave.
sightseeing and visits gavea
home. let-up after many Long hours The home made cake, furnish BACK i tO SCHOOL SPECIALS
hostesses added the
ed by the
I MRS. GREEN :ILL ment of business.was informative However each and hap.mo- yum-yum ,flavor during the re nhulota 85* to 1.40 Nifty Binders
: I We received ,a message that pily sent. The Sheraton-Plaza 'reshment hour. This colorful Sheets B* to SB* Composition
1 Mrs. P. Beatrice Greene, wife of cake with green icing was sefv .
Hotel spread the red carpet plus Books 25 -9.
Ballpoint Pens 10* 08* *
la 111
Senior Bishop S. L. (Greene luxury and courtesy. We to ed with delicious peach ice cream.
In a local Atlanta hospital. Mrs. Dallas, Texas next August go to be The two charming hostesseswere Po-Ke-No Seta 2.08 Gifts
Greene Is noted for her pleasing guests at the Sheraton Plaza distinguished as they busied Straightening Bridge Keno Sets 1.08
personality and her great workas themselves in dainty attrac--
there.
Combs 70 2.08 Irons 80* 2.98
workIn *
a leader of missionary tive hostess aprons.
the 11th ;(Episcopal District of It has been pleasure visiting
a The roundup: party set the tone OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
the African Methodist Church. Boston and other New England for the club installation programon
Let us ,send our prayers, letters scenes and then, finally a stop. Sunday, Sept. 10 at Grace JOHN A. McMINN. OwnerROOTIN'
and get-well cards as a token of New
over In York visiting relatives Presbyterian ,Church. Members
our love and respect for this beloved and friends and a much attended the services in a body
woman whose life has beena needed rest for Your Scribe. and witnessed a very impressive
beaming light for God and man. ceremony presided over by Mrs.
Mamie M. GUI, program director
HOUSE Mr. and GUESTS Mrs. Jamas Patillo and Golden Agers Have I who introduced Mrs. J. L. DIxon

'I their adopted Korean son, .8, vis.I to install officers.
ited Your Scribe and hen sons, Round-up PartyOn Greetings were brought to the
ited Your Scribe and her sons, congregation by Miss Olive Alex
four days. Mrs. Patillo Is a niece Sept. 7 a round-up party ander.
and also director ,of recreationof for the members of the Golden Officers installed were Mrs.
j Annlston, Ala. Mr. Patillo Age Club of the James E. Scott Odessa James president; Mrs. 9 o
r heads his own insurance agency Community Association was heldIn Arabella Foster, who is attendingthe
I and is one of Anniston's prosper. the Senior Citizen's Clubroom. cosventlon in St. Louis Mrs.
ous citizens. While here they Mary E. Williams (stand-in),
were also entertained by Mrs. After a brief vacation of club Mrs. Spero Cokine, secretary; .
I Andrew Green. This is .their sec activities, members! were Jubilant Mrs. Pearl Houston, assistant;
ond visit with the Taylors. They over meeting together againto Rev. Sam Wiggins, treasurer;
I stopped at Crystal River on the discuss the vacation trips and Mrs. Louise Moore, chaplain.
way home to do some Gulf fish house guests vacationing with l'R>+> niLt>i>rAY R U G
\ ing. Their visit brought much them. U

: happiness. Mrs. Louise Moore reported a ,
MRS. MILLS MOTHER DIES delightful trip to New York with
We received ,a letter)' from ,Mrs. her daughter and son, Mr. and For Sale HAROLD JOLLlVEtTfc, Mrnsrt
I Rebecca Mills bringing the sad Mrs. Harold HIggs; Mrs. Mary
I news of the death of her mother E. Williams spent two weeks in Four one-bedroom apartments
s in Long View, Texas. Mrs. Hawklnsvllle, Ga.; Warner Rob. in a CBS building in
R Mills is the wife of the late Rev. bins and Macon, visiting a sister Brown Subdivision. 4825 -
I B. A. Mills who was drowned ina Mrs. Minnie Scott and a brother,
South Dade canal In May. Ephraim Murph. She also re 4827 4829 4831 NW A
The family now lives in their treshed her memory of school 30th ,Ave. This property is
native Longview Texas. Our sym days by visiting old Gallard Normal well located in an ,excellent
pathy goes to the bereaved family now Ballad Hudson In Ma-
condition. Terms to responsible -

con.Mrs.. Elizabeth Houston visited buyer. Phone Mr.

FASHION The beautiful PATIO patio TEA-lawn of the a brother in Sarasota who was Walker at TU 84585. ,

home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ill Mrs. Spero Coklne had vaca 80

Edmonson was the scene of a tion houee guest, the Prathers ,of '
rare treat on Sunday afternoon. Cuthbert, Ga., her daughter
Beautiful costumes were modelled I i TOOTIN'WINE
by Mrs. Plnkey Lowe, Miss
Wlllena Faison, Theresa Jackson, r ,
Etta Knox and Valencia Ruth
Knox, Gwendolyn Smith, Theresa
Jackson. The children models STAR MEAT MARKET y
were beautiful in their dainty
dresses. Several exquisite hair.
dos were displayed by Mrs. H. .
Edmonson and Mrs. Roberta a.jL\ 1520 .N.W. 62nd Street t
Jackson.

I A spicy program followed, in. s DRINK
eluding words of wisdom by Miss THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE .--i -
Marie Wilson, Rev. E. R. Fergu.
son and Mrs. Ora Taylor. Mrs.
Andrew Greene rendered a beau. 0
tiful solo, reading, Mrs. I. D. -.............-.........
Benbow, Mrs. Ruth Freeman and
Mrs. H. Knox gave inspiring remarks Fresh Meat-Low Prices

climaxed and with welcome.a delicious All'repast.was Fastest Drink


WELCOMEThe .1:,4 in the West. .

I welcome wagon la callingto ... "' .P'W ....... 1 L J ._..... l'w .
see: the Roger Olivers who
have purchased the split-level The Wild Drinkin
c home on Flllmore St. The Ora JACKSON & JACKSON
r, D. Taylor Realty handled the
sale. The Olivers are large scale : the
contractors for farm labor ,and Construction CompanyAll -:
a most progressive couple. We
bid you a hardy welcome to the Big Square Bottle
'
Heights. Types Construction

NEW BUILDINGS SOON Produced by Comstock Vintners,
ROBERT JACKSON. OWNER
{ Armstrong Manor will .begin San Francisco, Calif
new buildings , --- ----
Sunday afternoon or before and 20% bjr volumeA i
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"V select your type home and lot. s FHA BANK INSURANCE -

I O TITLE ONE FINANCING r SMOOTH WINE
Mrs. Maud Reid, adult education I
supervisor and her grand. O LICENSED INSURED
., daughter, visited her mother in I
I ill''I South Carolina. They reported a First and Second Mortgages
pleasant visit. Mrs. Reid also

,\'I visited the National Urban .
League meeting in Dayton Ohio.

Mrs. Reid reports progress in Additional Florida Room Close in Carport
Urban Renewal program for the GOLDEN SPURMIAMI
future. Lester Granger was fetedas
retiring president. The new WILL BUILD, ON YOUR LOT

president Is Whitney Young. .

NO MONEY DOWN
The National Association of
RealEstate Brokers was largely 6240 NwW. 29th Avenue NE 5-0260
attended with representatives : TIME AP5 DONT COST THEM 1'JkY
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plications for benefits can onlygo THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
SOCIAL SECURITY back as far as 12 months from
the month of filing. He urgedall SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER' 16, 1961 PAGE ItirY" Dugie's Guest HouseThe
disabled workers to contact
ii. .. the social 1 security office right House of Clean Rooms
away, especially! ; those who hare Overnight Rooms
been disabled fbr mOre than one
year, to avoid the loss of pay Jewels Elect Officers Clean rooms cost less

ments which, may be dust"the Seeing I BelievingPhone
r a.aw.. office for the North Miami areais The 'Y' Jewels of the Murrell *
Located at 234 NE 79th St. Branch of the YWCA held its NE 4-3851
,". Approximately 860,000 disabled first meeting for 1961.62 at the Citizenship Day
2941 N.W. 47th St
workers their wives and Range :Funeral Home, Saturday
their children are now receiving Alpha Phi Alpha Sept. 9, At 8:30: p.m. Ceremony Sept. 18 Miami 42, Fla.
monthly social security payments The group welcomed a new Jamaica Dugie, always a friend
Edward P. BLonston, manager of Meets person into membership Mrs! More than 1,800Greater ''Ml. 823
the Miami District Office of the Pauline Sutton. amians who have become natur. ,
Social Security Administration Interesting! lan5 were discussed I alized citizens, as well as those
itated today, Beta Beta Lambda Chapter of sed for this ye'ar'o program who have reached voting age in
Alpha Phi held
Alpha Fraternity
Officers re-elected for 1961-52 the past year, will be guests of
Its first
of the at
Many other disabled workers meeting year
honor at the annual CitizenshipDay
are: SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
the home of Bro. Carl A. Williams
their
and families, however
,
are Sept. 18 at
Bay
Hot receiving payments because I : on Saturday, Sept. 9. The Mrs. Willie F. Williams, president ceremony COLORED
front Auditorium.
budget for the ; Mrs. Beatrice Cox, viCdpresident
an application has hot been filed year was presented -
with the social security office fay by Bro. Samuel Ford and it ; Mrs. Sarah Mobley, "We emphasize to our new PSYCHIC READER
the disabled person or by sotde- was unanlmduflly adopted. The secretary; Mrs. Mary Lightfdot, citizens the responsibilities as -CONSULT HERa -
one on his behalf.Mr. program cotdmlttee guided by treasurer; Mrs. Virginia Smith rights of being an American -
Bro. Fletcher Paschal! presented chaplain; Mrs. Leila Williams, especially in these troubled > .
Dlonston pointed out that the Proposed Program for 1961 program chairman; Mrs. Ida times" explained Federal Judge
one posstble reason for disabled 62. Barkley, Sunshine chairman. New Emett Choate.
persons not filing for cash officers are:
payments a lack of understandingof The following Brothers wet lord Pauline Sutton serganU The theme of the program
the social security law. Present: James Mathews president at-afrria} Mrs. Edith W. Washington according to Judge Choate, is
; Samuel Ford, vice; Isaac .publicity chairman; Mrs. I Meeting The Test of Citizenshp.
Before November, 1960 a disabled Meares secretary; Dr. N. Col Ollie Hepburn, CO-chairman.All .
worker and his family ston treasurer; Warren W. Welters persons interested in 'becoming 'Mayor Robert King High has
could not receive monthly bene- reporter; Franklin Clarke, members are asked to ,proclaimed Sept. 17.18 as Citizenship
fits unless the worker
years of age or, older. Mr.was Dion-60 Walter C. Cogdell, Emanuel Fry come to the meeting on Sept. 23 Period in Miami follow

stoL hastened to add that the law ar, James Gay, Fletcher Paschal, at the Range Funeral Home, ing the national lead of President Let her year* of experience guide
was changed last year and that Clinton Stinson Walter Tanner, 6727 NW 17th ave. at 8 p.m. Kennedy.It and protect you throughout life
this requirement for payments Jonathan Thurston, Carl A. WIl. as a lighthouse guide the 'ships In
was removed 'frtim the law. tils llama, Henry Finley and George a storm For succe* In bualnew
abled workers under 60 years of Littlefield has been proven-Advertising Pays off! and love.DON'T .
age and their families have been STAY IN THE RUT. GET
receiving disability benefits slnda!
I OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OP
November 1960, under the new GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
law.Mr. I Advertise It Pays !

Dlon&toh also: said that ap! I NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold 9 Office a.m. .Hours 9 p.m.: IThurl.

9 a.m. to
35 already-Demand so great 7 p.m.
DAILYSunday
We have built more


See 3062 N.W. 60th Street 10 a.m. 3:p.m.READING '

Open Sunday 12 noon to'5 p.m.

,'.00 UP
$1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH
k't
23 Years Experience
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____ 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue 16P7 N.W. 73rd ST.

MIAMI, FLA.
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Linton Berrlen announces the Coaching for the Church organist
opening of his piano and voice I I I pianist choir director. ,
studio at the Berrien Hotel 2C$ Choral repertoire for Junior and
NW 8th St. Voice senior choir arranging for t '
piano theory, t
sight singing, ear training. children's choir, etc. The largest collection and rental
Coaching for advance singersIn Class piano for elementary
opera oratorio or church solo. teachers! who desire to learn to agency in the South; operating in
late concert repertoire, early I play accompaniments to elemen-
Italian songs, modern French I tar" songs. For appointment and Dade and reward Counties'
songs and German Lled<
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Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller i. U BROOKS, Pr..ld,nt

Not a Rootman Not God Either But MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

JUST A GOD SENT MAN 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

Rpv. ShPnt rd Bogaetors BROWARD COUNTIESelf.

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.w....M Do you bar a problem?
Business Had .MarriageFnllinR. '

Can't win the man

r or woman you love, Itoeu fi N
s +' CroUt'41. NYtxl Monr,

a Everything Going Wrong / :,
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Want a New Home or Cur?

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SEE ME TODAY S 2060 N.W. nth ST. ........._... PL 8.9827 > 1019 N.W. 6th ST.

1801 RAND AVE. .._........_ HI S-U81 PL Lauderdale ....._...... JA 4-W7
1111 Never before In the history
'. of Sllanil, nave to many ,1 4240 ".W. 27th AVE. ..___ NE I.14M Sap HAMMONDVILLS RD.
people been helped by thl* IX
'' !t great wonder man. I IIt 1679 N.W. (2nd St. OX 1.44M Pompano ,?I.NNNNNN.MN WI '..1231Ope

till Lock. MU .0117?
costs nothing to 17325 HOMESTEAD AVE.
14460 N.W. Und AVE.
$ come in and talk I D'I"/ ..._..L CE 5188)

4150 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 9.8733
| 627 N.W. 9th St Apt. 1 FR 1.3363
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' THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
TEMPLE BAPTIST
.... ; House FOR SALE
Lounge Reopens Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1961

t t NEW HOME Sunday School..................... 9:30:
I Sept. 22 1900 NW 49th St. Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
................... 7:30:
I..1< ': sponge Due given to the the tremendous recently open.re Low down payment !D.evening T. U.Worship......_......_................. ::3' OPEN FOR
: ed Hampton House cocktail
r lounge the management has had 1-5 Youth Day, which was scheduled : BUSINESS'
R I. to revamp the old 'setup and Open Sunday p.m. for this Sunday, has been ..". ,
M make several changes In order postponed to Sunday, September "
\ to handle the overflowing 3- MO 56870FORSALE 24, 'when It will "be observed .. .. -e-
r.. wands of the guests. with i Give" trial
t' The 'cocktail lounge will be along Promotion and Rec. t\ \ ui a 1
?
; operated beginning Friday, Sep- ognition Day. The young peopleare l\ 111
All work
tember 22 aa a supper club. urged to attend;];;; rehearsalnext guaranteed'
Hours will be from 6 p.m. to' week so as to'I'be properly '
; : ,, 4:30: a.m.Greek. prepared " parts. Parents are asked to co 2184 N.W. 7th Avenue,
Bowling? operate.

\ ,, Charlie Hayek out at Ml $15 Week. pays all ..'.:!:.".:!:'':!:.. .. ..:.=t...........................,....-........_.....-....._..._.................................................n.........................................................._._.
'I Bowling Lanes is trying to forma :$195 Down : .. .:. V Y .V -y: -.-y YJ--:; ; ':; '41 ::: M: ":.;".V.""::.:""::.:f-:.:;'"::.: "::.:"-::.:--::.:.".-V..-.y..-.-V. tf'I .::.:.::.: *-V
I P a a Greek Bowling League. He :1t Mttw'tt- ttn'& !...'.......:.*..,.:..,..:.......,...*..../..:.. ... .. ..,......... .... ..,. .. .. ,. ; ... ..eoA, .ti"..
I plans a special party later this Partly furnished. Oak i1
.n.
: month to kick the idea around floors, porch, near stores
I with the sorority and fraternity in. I; w
school bus. Move right
members. No qualifying, no closing 4 t

t", $400 DOWN costs. Hurry-! o ]g'' MI.I'CLUB =t A If;,

No closing costs, FHA, 2. 2 Houses on 1 lot!II! < )t;.
bedroom, 1 bath CBS. Jal- $690 Down ) tJ''. N
r ousied porch, tile roof, oak
m
$89 month. 'No closing costs, i
.. floors, Seaview awnings, no qualifying, move rightin Presents luj)t}
i Westinghouse refrigerator. 2 bedroom, oak floors, :$t 1 )
r, and stove blinds, ceiling, fan, venetian porch, plus a separate bed :i n
$13,000. drapes. Only room cottage for income. j "N'ANAGER'S WEEKEND"iM
:4 close in location. $8,500 1
4700 N.W. 15th Ct. total. Furnished.

f, No qualifying, no closing -5- I m
,
";, costs, 2 bedroom, 1 bath $195 DownNew
CBS, plus Fla. room, plus Your Host For The Week-End N

,: rent extra helps cottage.pay$75 mortgage.month homes 3, and one 4 mortgage bedroom, CBS includes >!:! ,i L1t rt::
insurance and
Furnished$2,950 completely.will handle Close to 163rd St. shopping taxes. ):J i
center. No qualifying. Move I J "SCHOOl BOr ii
Redwood Realty right in. Hurry!
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9566 N.W. 7th Ave. -
!y PL 8.1654 FHA ;"i"i t (JULIUS WILSON) IU3!t f

f.i its

f. ,: ..:! FOR SALE $68 month.$395 2 Down bedroom CBS. ho Presenting for your Entertainment Pleasure' I:;
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Carport, close to NW 7th
,

tr ;' Duplex Corner Ave.water,bus.partly Landscaped furnished., city HER HIGHNESS I ... > < ,._'.,:; \J ,i:.,,. g
; 1210 N.W. 57th St. Nice!11! ,u a ,. .- .'.... ,,''....""'I.I'
it' ,I .: Open Sun. 3.5 p.m. I i g J. :
; / 1430 NW 59th St. $9,700 Total MME. EFFIE )I t

:' ; 2161 NW 59th St. newly 3 bedrooms decorated., 1% Kitchen baths, tl I:

i f:" 1426 NW 58th Ter. equipped, oak floors, separate 8

f: 1232 NW 55th St. barbecue dining, garage.room, awnings Don't, t THROCKBOTTON 11 11Ui s

f.f'f'' ." 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, miss this.
/ Florida room, kitchen all $890 DownNo
''I'J electric. Featuring Eu,;
qualifying. No
closing
,: f I Corner lots for sale terms costs. ij::# Maxie Newbold and bHIS

\ We build on your lot .
', NO' MONEY DOWN Fair RealtyFor : ( : .4
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Cash paid for your lot 11 Combo t i"at IK IKI nl
Fair Deals
l .u.
BARON 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave. ) i. Extra Added Attraction *\ !uJ

I JE 8-1840 JB :2-4343 PL 7.1645 ::i; 1 llBOBB ; tl t t2t
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HOMES 1' . IT )t
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OPEN SUNDAY! .
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I $600 down Many extras ,- I fUi)t tt
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t 4628 N.W. 8th Avenue

: '3 bedrooms double lot *' i dt t! [ Celebrity Guest t
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N.W. 47th Street
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..' 7320-- N.W.- 11th- Avenue- .I t

3 bedrooms $500 down t
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;' $400 down extra lot 4 ,

_:. ; NEWS REALTY i H=)t 7900 N. W. 75JH STREET :)211:
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