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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 23, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
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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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39th, YEAR, No. 4 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 16 PAGES 10 CENTS
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1,250 BE FAMILIESTO UPROOTEDThe 4 Negroes, Jew Sue County For Bias RIGHTS FLORIDA RECORD CIVIL


AMONG BESTThe

has earmarked Miami Housing 106 acres Authority of the DISCRIMINATION BISHOP GREENE'S'WIFE SHOT IN HEADAllen 60 States Report submitted

downtown Negro section for Ita CHARGED IN to the Commission on Civil
first massive drive for slum DIES Dykes, 34, of 2114 NW Rights by the State Advisory
clearance. The area extends 56th St was shot In the head Committees, 1961, was published
from NW 14th St. to 20th St., ELECTRIC.ALDEPARTMENT Mrs.. Beatrice Greene, wife of during an argument Sunday on two weeks ago.
and from 4th court to the Sea. Bishop S. L. Greene of the 11th the corner of 20th Ave. and The 689.page report tells of
board railway, and will uproot Episcopal District of the AME 69th'' st. He was taken to Jack. the progress or lack of progress
1,250 I) families. Church, died Tuesday morning. son Hospital: In a critical condition toward civil rights In the 50
Metro Detective Capt. R. A, states during the past year, and
Electrlca1 -
,Plans for the $12 million project Dad County Board of An At'anta funeral will be McFarland said gives other valuable: Information.Each .
which may begin in Januaryare Examiners was de ten dent held at B Bethel Church Monday state advisory committee
ready, officials said, and fed this week when five suits were noon. A Little Rock funeral Clarence Coley was charged gave a documentary account
eral funds are available to carryIt filed, asking $500,000 damages. will be held Tuesday morning at with ateau'.t; with intent to mur of Its activity Some'of the records
out. The plan as outlined be. All of the suits, four of which 11 a.m. der Dykes. cover several pages, but
fore the city commission, calls were tiled by Negroes, and the Florida's was "boiled down" to
for the mass demolition of other by a Jew accused the boardof four paragraphs,
homes In the congested area, refusing to Issue unrestricted The Florida group, headed by
and replacing them with high matter electrician licenses to :Cop Cleared In Shooting of Harold Coles of Jacksonville and
rise apartments for old people, the complainants Including two South FlorIdians,
and large family unite, wide James Copeland;. 1761 NW William D. Singer and John B,
streets, a park with swimming )64th St.: Willie F, Stallworth, Longshoreman Dismissed Turner of Miami, Dr. J. R. B.Ife .
pool and a community house. 2430 NW 162nd Terr, Opa ; of Tallahassee and others,
Locka; James! D. Smith, 1722 reported, "The established pat-
It Is estimated that six thou. NW 68th St., and Andrew Carey, The City of Miami was re -- torn of relative calm in the field
sand persons now live in the section 10201 SW 170th Terr., Perrlne leased on Monday by Circuit GA. TECH MIXES of race relations has continuedIn
under consideration. These all claimed they were refused all areas
will be forced to move when the beause of their race. Judge Harold R, Vann, as a de "No complaints or charges

buildings come down, and some They ask, the court for dam fendant in a damage suit as the WITHOUT COURT ,have been filed during the past
of them will find It very ,difficult ages, and to order the board to result of the shooting of a long. year, either verbally or written,
to adjust to the 'changing issue master electrical licenses shoreman by a police ORDERFor from any individual or group.
pattern Many of them are home Harry Greenberg, of 643 NW "The committee continues! to
owners who have lived there for. 143rd St., said in his eult that Policeman Percy Rolle shot feel that Florida has progressedIn
more than 40 years. he carried his case to the State Charles Sweeting Jr., on Oct. 20, the first time In its 73. a sound and equitable program
Court and but ,the year history three Negro fresh. at both the state and local
Supreme won 1960, while the latter was fleeing
Before the
razing present man entered the infirmary of
board him only re. levels: in its efforts to review
,granted a
structures, appraisals for proper stficted license. the scene of a fight at the state.supported Georgia Tech on and assess transition problemsas
ties the city must buy will be Plantation Dar, near NW 14th Monday and took their physicals they arise from time to timein
made. This may begin next week. St. and 3rd Ave. The shooting to register. the entire spectrum of civil
BRO WARD "'
The city's: plan calla for 10"To ..rte was, called justifiable at a jus. Wearing sweaters and slacks, right
1960 Census of
13-story high apartments for the' tics of the peace Inquest, and and unescorted-by"police'or, uni The''shows that Florida Population had :a
elderly couples without childrenon STUDENTS SUE the jury exhonoratef Rolle at versity officials, they drove' up 'total population of 4,951,560.
20th St. the trial.The to the building and walked into The whites numbered 4,063,881;

Six churches in the area, the I SCHOOL BOARDThree officer believing Sweetingwas the Infirmary. Negroes 880,186 and other racial
,
Church of God of Prophecy, St.Mary's groups, running from 1290 to
a felony suspect, fired after A number of plain clothesmenand
Fort Lauderdale Negro 2,500:! made up the total.
C. W. and Mt. Calvary
he refused to Atop, the city con uniformed motorcycle police
Droward Coun. The population of Georgia
students charged was
Baptist will be directly affected
,
tended Sweeting' widow filed a were present, but there was no
School Board with operatingIts 3,943,116 There were 2,817-
because their street will be ty
suit asking "In excess" of $5,000 crowd of students or adults, and
closed Other'churcbea affected junior college in two divisIons damages. disturbance. 223 white; 1,125,893 non-wbite,
will be St. Luke and St. Mark one white, the other Negro no and 122,596 Negroes.
Baptist Churches and Matthew They asked the Federal
Chapel AME Zion* Court to end segregation in
Broward schools.
The proposed Expressway is Hattie Hall filed the complaintin
expected to slice 14 acres out of behalf of her daughter, Linda
the project: It will run parallelto : ElSie Iverson Hicks, in be.
the Seaboard Railroad, and halt of her ton, George; and
then In a southeasterly direction James Leon VIckers, over 21, in
from 17th St. to 14th St. his own behalf

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City Judge James Spencer, in
Jackson, Miss, released 13 of POLICE HUNT
the 15 Eplscopa* prie..,ts jailedon
breach of peace desegregation
WOMAN'SSLAYER
convictions Tuesday on $500
bond.

The Rev Robert Pierson, 35,
of New York, and son.in-laW.of .1
A 28-year-old woman bled to .
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New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller death late Saturday after an un. f' "<,.,... ", *
In a statement in front ot known assailant silt her throat ..y -.?\.
the city jail, raid the clergymen with| a broken bottle. > ,
were arrested because they Miami homicide detectives .r ,\r 1dP 11
have been engaged In a pllprimage Identified her as Mrs Florrie M r .
of prayer to testify to i Temple, who lived In an apart.
the nature of the Christian ment house at 1530 NW let Ct.
Church We cannot submit to Neighbors found the bleeding
the Immoral laws which demand woman on the floor of her
that we separate racially." apartment and rushed her to

Jackson: Hospital where she wa r ", ,
The Rev. V Powell Wood.. I dead on arrival. l+ '
ward of Cincinnati said In.
Doctors said broken bottle
statement appealing "to the had been used a to slash her --.-__ ,__ ... ____ r'w

United States Supreme Court., throat. Detectives said they were A few of the scenes witnessed !r t'ooer right shows Miss DeOrnff dell Wllion, I..au..III r n Mason "
It necwiary, to obtain justice.We looking for ,a. "boy friend" oft 'in/a Thursday morning at Book In another pore along with .re.,n Puyol. the queen Erica
believe that our counsel *", woman who was seen. leanIng er T Washington High School, I Mr, Hsllv Richards Morton Williams, Rot* Back! hear. Helen ,
bowed conclusively that thereIs ( the apartment shortly before when the annual Queen's coro. 1957 queen.In Davis' and Madely Squire
nn evidence to support our her body was found. held the
nation ceremonies were bottom photo are mem. i
"onvlttlon by>> the city of of Jackson .. MIll June flhflryl DeGraff was I here of the Queen's court, who FHefc! row, Freddie Holden, r
on" a breach peacecharge crowned "Mlsi TITW". nartlclpated In the coronation. JWM London Jackie ,Wllllanw,
not believe that Judge Spenceris T'pper left shows Elliott They are* kneeling In front, at Alfred Williams, Irene lfv--
Woodward. said In referring to competent to find us guilty of Pleze president of the J'I left Julius Lee Jr., and at right, some (an alumna), Robert Thomas .
Judge Spencer's comment thatthey. J violating Episcopal Church law Asxwtntton presenting the ke I Theodore R. Gibson Jr., Ar.ene Bailey and Rodney
;. violated Episcopal Church: His venture Into canon 'aw obscured to the activities of the school to Front row. left to right: Shirley Jones.-Photos by JobiHtnn of
laws well .. city law. "we do the criminal Issue." Ml** DeGraff 'I McCai; (an alumna Mau" Miami. .






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.. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA PUN :PHUN JFK Asked To Reinstate

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961

Hy PHIL OS8OKER '


.. .. Georgia Letter Carrier
When we decide to take a trip
Sii we plan for It by readying those

F E55 necessary objects, such the as other lug. NEW YORK The National month campaign "to withhold
and
gage, clothing toenjoy Association for the Advancementof patronage from, local merchants
d> things which will enable It Just us as Co'ored People has called upon because of the shabby treatment
travels. Isn't
our ourselves President John F. Kennedy to accorded Negro customers and
important to prepare rescind the dismissal of WesleyW. i the refusal to lift barriers at

for that one last sometime trip which. .we. Law from his job as a letter lunch counters and to .employ
must all make ; Savannah Ga. post Negro citizens in any except the
r b FINDER! U.XTTHE out of this world? carrier office on in Sept.the 8. most menial categories."

It seems we are afraid of this
+ one-way Journey which calls formuch In a telegram to the resident FR. GIBSON TO
dated Sept. 12 Bishop Stephen
preparation, because we ,
17th ANNIVERSARYdance ard University where she attended fathom the spiritual life, O. Spottswood, chairman of the
' of the Miami Colored Po to the walls of the Church cannot cling to the material world, NAACP's national board of directors HEAD STATEMEMBERSHIP
lice Benevolent A>sn.. last Friday of Incarnation is one way of putting we to remain here forever. cited a board resolution
had everything but the attendance it. Words of how lovely they hoping If believe the Holy protesting the firing and charged
Yet, we
as expected at Bayront were will be sponken of Marva- we will find comfortin that Mr. Law, president of the
Scriptures
Music lena Adderley and Clyde Smithas Georgia 'organization
Park audit. Semi formal. the religions teach us association's
what
for the occasion from the Trust they exchanged nuptial vows and the Savannah branch, The executive committee for
world to corns.In
Funds of the recording Indus last Sunday evening at 4:30. of this had been dismissed on "trumped. the Florida State Conference of

tries, obtained by the cooperationof The three bridemalde, Ferre. the Old Testament (Eccles- up charges." NAACP branches approved unanimously .
Local 655 American Federation cita Pinder, Joan Adderley and iates 7:1): ) we find that the day the appointments of Fr.
of Musicians, Frank Cascl- Dorothy Bendross, all are nieces of death Is better than the day The real reason for the dismissal Theodore R. Gibson as chairmanof

ola, president 27th avenue's of the bride. Her sister, Beverly of birth. In the Gospel, Jesus the NAACP leader told the the State Membership Com-
Hampton House to reopen to- I Adderley, was maid of honor. White House, was Mr. Law's role mlttee and Rutlege Pearson as
Moon, mansions in in the struggle for civil rights in chairman of the Statewide NonPartisan .
nite (Friday). Same show Her brother-in-law Henry tells us of the many
under the new opening arrangement was best man and the bride was His Father's house, and how He Georgia and particularly his voter registration drive.
The Hampton House will given away by her father. A boss! goes to prepare a place for us. leadership of a successful 16
Submitted the Rev. A. Leon
His followers by
reception followed the ceremonyat Muhammad, exhorting
continue its opening and closing
the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis to believe In the spirituallife Lowry, state conference presi
in the original plans.
time
as Adderley, brother of the said, "And for those Arrington is Vice dent, the committee also! accepted
bride. Th'departed for New who believe not in the life to the names. of Mrs. H. E.
.ROSA WELCH, mezzo soprano, York where Clyde will completehis come, we have ready a painful Chairman of Saunders as chairman of the
will appear in a benefit concertat studies at Columbia. punishment." \ State Youth Work Committee;
Miami Beach audit. Oct. 16 Housing Authority Mrs. Althea Mills, Entertainmentand
It's a Church of the Open Door DR. SARAH M. PEREIRA, Daha' 'llah, Prophet.Founder Freedom Fund; Richard W.

presentation The September Ph.D. of Nashville, Tenn., pro of the Baha'i Faith, sal.d "0 Martin Fine and Henry Ar Powell, labor' and Industry and
graduation class: of Practical fessor of romance languages, will Son of the Supreme! I have made rington have been elected Rev E. D. Lewis, co-chairman
Nurses will hold its exercises Oct. conduct the conference at the death a messenger of Joy to thee." chairman and vice chairman, respectively Church Work Committee.The .
1 at Northwestern. Class roll: Church of the Open Door Saturday Wherefore doest thou grieve? of the Miami Housing committee afcepted a
Josie B. Adams, Julia Carrol, Ida Sept. 30, entitled "The Call Authority Commission for the change in the dates of the annual
such promise, we
With
Elizabeth D. Ervin, State Convention to the
Clements, to Action, 10 to 4 p.m. coming
Cynthia Evans, Joyce Francis, George: Savitt, author of this should: Joyfully prepare our- year. week ending Nov. 16 through the
Mary King, Mildred Ethel Maura, sheet'a "Phil Ossofer" and the ielves for this most wonderful world Fine, an attorney, said t h 19. The convention will be held
Margaret McLamore, Lovenla Madam are vacationing in California. Journey. Death to this commission plants to continue its at Jacksonville.
of eternal
Moore, Doretha Parker, Ophelia His recent letter to Sepia mean the beginning progress with low-rental housing
Cornelia Sands, life, the true life; not complete those for
Bruton Peoples. Magazine is published in Octob. projects, particularly Sometimes
God is ever merci
Julia Smith, Rodine Strother, er Issue. It bears rich fruit for oblivion, for the elderly.
Francina Turner, Margaret Williamson Miami Bowling is becomingone ful, ever-loving and eer-living. BABY NEEDS A

Eloulse Lenore Wright. of our greatest pastime entertainment I see Death In the light of The MHA currenly operates 64
units for the aged, has 121 under
and sports. It's goodto what Dean Swift saw, when he contraction, including a 65- LAXATIVE] TOOFor
I AM SURE the William Dick. tee the percentage of ladies said, "It is impossible that anything for and
unit project Negroes, mothers have relied
bowling and the newcomers.Here's over 60 years,
Blvd. Rich natural, so necessary,
Insons of Lincoln so has plans for 608 other unite. "BABY EASE." Plea.
mond Heights are resting after a group that really has a and EO universal as death should on gentle
that extended vacation that took lot on the ball: Zllpha Bryant, have been designed by Providence One unit, to be located on a ant tailing, easy"BABY to give EASE"liquid brings,vef*

them from Cleveland to Philadelphia Ola Phillips, Hilda Malavet, Mildred as an evil to mankind." 10-acre tract at NW 7th St. and table.pure without binding. "BABYEASE"

and New York. They return. Phillips, M. Hudge, Juanita 14th Ave., will 'be one of the comfort doe not contain opiate or
ed the last wekend Zela Campbell, Madelene Essex, Marguerite If we prepare ourselves for the largest in the country. It will bea laxatives. druggist
and Nathaniel Morgan of Bur Williams, Carrie Bails, eternal Journey by filling our 13-story, 320 unit high rise strong for the special babes laxative
Mattie Davis. mental luggage with heavenly
lington, NJ were the house project. "BABY EASE."
attributes, such as love, justice
guests; of Mrs. Bernice Paulk in ..
[
the Heights They departed last I I THE FRAME at Mi and purity of heart, we will findas
'Thursday after an. enjoyable continues to offer top rated enter. did the Psalmist, that thoughwe

stay Did the Archie (Deloris) tainment. "Chlckle" Horne and walk through the valley of
Taylors had their house warm the Managers' Weekend celebrations the shadow of death, we will fear
have highlighted the past no evil. A
in?: Friday past? Maude Wallace
and Dorothy Eliard claim it was two weekends "Spider" New-
;a real treat bold's band is hard to beat IB
these parts The local Jayceesare
going all out in making this
WANT TO KNOW Home of the election one to be rememberedwith i ROOTIN'TOOTIN'
October Miamians to report for Kenneth Williams in the
duty under the present call to commission race is no reason we
service at Homestead Air Base? all shouldn't take the same attitude
A2C Charles Chinn, A1C and help him win.
Woodrow Carter, A3C S. E.

Clark, Sgt. Richard Dames, Sgt. FABULOUS FLAGLER started
Earl Lightburn, Sgt. Charles its Greyhound Schooling races
Cowan, Sgt. Garoy Ward, M Sgt. Thursday night. There will be
T. Black, M Sgt. Oaskon, S Sgt. no wagering, free admission. -
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Snider, A30 S. Moss, S Sgt. G. Sept. 30 thru Jan. 10.
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Past Illustrious

Post ,Active ,During I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 3 I

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I ALONG FREE DO AI'S ROAD ReturnPast

By JAMES E. LUCAS water. It was just a matter of Illustrious Commandresses
'., choosing your brand. No allot D. Louise Rolle and Ethel T.
>POST
l BOOS PARADES ments or amounts, Just help By RUTH PERRY -

.'It'I, ,:,,:,,, :Members of Post 5693 were case yourself.of your Cans favorite or bottles brand.or a --. .-.,- F ___ -- '-- --- - - - Johnson Daughters of of Kazah isis, Court have returned No. 111

very; proud to have been the'only; Music was furnished and featured As schools and universities NAACP can work. It is noteworthy from Cincinnati, where they; attended .
Negro post represented In the by; Ralph Flanagan, his opened for the fall term around to remember that Negroesby the 50th anniversary
'
parade during the national con. piano and orchestra. the country there appeared to ; their ballots could be largely celebration of the Imperial Court.
vention. This post had more member be ,minimum of trouble and +Instrumental in deposing certain The two Nobles from Kazah No.
I participants than any; other Again members of Post 5693 a in those which were' public officials in the south ,who 149! attending Shrine sessions
post In this district. As the Post. were treated as if they; were the turbances for the first time. have denied Negroes their citizenship were Past Recorder and Advisorto
! paraded up Washington Ave. oh Honor Post among the 10,000 or desegregating rights. It la ,your; right the Daughters, Melvin R.
Miami' Death and past.the judgesand more members, that were present. EDUCATION as well as your privilege to reg. Jackson and Chief Kaban Ezekiel -
reviewing stands, cheers Ister and vote. Exercise your Wallace. The four report
rose high in the air. Commander AUXILIARY NEWS Schools In three different geo- right and help keep our democ having enjoyed their respective
Dames led his Post with Com- LADIES graphical areas are especially; racy strong.AKA's sessions Immensely.;
:> rades Lucas and Brown as color Mrs. Emma Drown and Mrs. noteworthy; to those of us livingon
bearers, Gibson and Young as Gertrude Lemons were appoint the Southeastern seaboards:'
rifle men and R. Jacobs Jr. was ed as Information chairladies for Georgia Tech the public schoolsin Working closely with the Dade
guard. Members of the post parading the 48th national auxiliary con Atlanta, those in Miami, Flor, SponsoredEye Optometric Association as coo-
. In order were Miller, Foster vention. ida. Georgia Tech deserves a spontors in this worthwhile pro-
White' Covington, Mc- bouquet or two, because the desegregation CheckupSmashing ject, the AKA's want all to be
Cormes. These ladles wore special uniforms there was voluntary;, informed that this {la an annual
and it was a epeclal! treatto Even though the number was SuccessEighty affair.
UIERSTUBE PARTY see all the ladles of the district small three Negro ;young menIt young boys and girls The Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority

After the convention parade I dressed In the very; colorful Is a definite sign of progress with the Alpha Kappa. Alpha. Sorority applauds the efforts and
flowered dresses on dutyto ; freedom's road.
green along
I In travel ; to have their eyes exam assistance of Dr. Almond l"sd-
the U S. Brewers Association, '
assist In making this conven- tall in
As barriers continue to ined during the annual "eye to wards, local Negro optometrist,
Inc., threw a Testimonial Party
tion the huge success that It was. best of all,
and
the Deep South Sizzins and others who
at the Miami Beach Convention eye" ,check-up, conducted recent Dr Macy
Hall. On Saturday, April 19, there without any; disturbane, we to ly; at the Liberty Square Com participated in helping the-
know that we are beginning munity Center on NW 14th youth of our city.
Of course, our own Post was was a special memorial serviceat hard ave.
of the long,
there and had a ball Everyonehad ; the Veterans Hospital in Coral reap the fruits
the run of the conventionhall Gables and our Ladle were right planting season. wI
and beer was freer than there and slrving in ail; respects. Atlanta, too deserves praise

and credit fnr the admirable way
In which that city; handled the
desegregation of some of its
'
public ichoola. With An Informed
populace, a determined mayor
and an educated and resolute
t po'Ice department, desegregation
was accomplished without any;
fanfare, but better yet, withoutany
violence. In sharp contrast
to the early tries of Little Rock
!
and New Orleans to admit Negro \ I
afi" pupils to the public schools
s in these cities, Atlanta stands Mr
.I.IJ out as a classic example in desegregation Il i 1 hill{ :
preparedness. Other +

localities could profit by; the wonderful
r example! of Atlanta.In .
x!.1 F t
I ,believe l1 AN
__ our own area
there are now over 324 Negro
pupils In formerly all-whlte
schools. This fall *aw severalnew '4* MtaI
schools in this area opening
their doors to Negro students
._ While the number at ,present Is I
r not large the trend is there, ani
the pattern has been established.
We can expect steady progress
in this area, I nip certain. Only; ;;
three states In the South are '
holding out behind the magnolia I
curtain: Mii'staflppi, Alabama
and Virginia. And by the way; t- -w *, ,
things are going in the world<< : ,
It Is foolish to think anythingelro
Post 5693 was honored to standing fashion as he has al but that soon even these
have had u their convention ways done and made it knownto three diehard examples of segregationist .r ,
delegates their Post Commander the district. and national that prejudice and bigotry .
Com. Kernell Dames arrangedto there is an active Negro post in ; will fall into line along free r
have his vacation from his the South. dom's road. Ite\ not only ex.
employment during the conven Oliver Maycock\ was the alter- pected, it is Inevitable. . Registration of children for the eye-mobile clinic.
tion. The Post engaged and re. nate delegate and wife Ethel was
Dobbs standing Elizabeth -
Pictured are Sorors Gussio I
served a room at the Seville alternate for the auxiliary; POLITICS:
Hotel on Miami Deach for Com. Around midnight, August 2* that Atkinson and Charlotte Clark, seated
note
pleased to
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and Mrs. Helen Dames of 2260 Comrade Achie Foster threw a was very;
I Kenneth Williams has qualified
NW 154th St., Opa Locka. wing-ding ball for a few of the
as Dames attended the moat Im members 5693 Hospitality and their; Room wives at In the the minion in the November elec ..i. ,:.,\( i :'i ",",k:.:,':'
have been all too
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portant meetings daily; and lived Seville. The commander, hla tions. There
tried in
in splendor for the convention party; members and guests were few Negroes who have
week, dining and winelng at the well received at this noted hotel thepast for this or similar positions I
, Seville and on )liaml Deach. He and treated most cordial in every in our city; government. ''''- _..
represented his post in an out- respect. An Informed and determinedelectorate
could easily elect Mr.
Williams or any; other qualified
I
Negro who might choose to run
Over '4,000 Customer s Can't be Wrong! for office Negroes have been
elected to office in many Southern
S. R. 22' Written While You Wait etates. It la not too much to 1
expect that Negroes can be elected Y
'Service First as low a. to office in our ,.own city; of
Miami If we wish to elect
$5.40 them. A determined electoratecan

InsuranceAgency Deposit do it.Registration.
Starts your insurance 7
and voting are
Immedl. among the basic rights of citizens

ately. In our democracy. The bal-
lot is a very; powerful weapon,
Miami Opa Locka and can be used to great advantage
if citizens are determinedto
3497 'N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave. exercise their right to vote,
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Only apathy; and inertia In
matter of registering and voting .. __._.. v -,

progress can hold In back the very improvement; substantial of Sorors Edna Williams and Naomi Grant are recording

the Negro minority in the children's observation who are being tested with a telebl-


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about the necessity; and worth of
the ballot in the past, we are I
apt to neglect this basic function TVServiceCa11s1.SALL

\ ,. 1520 N.W. 62nd Street try. Now of all that citizens the voting in our climateIn coun

the Routh hu improved so MODELS PLUS .'\ 3LARRY'S
MAKES-ALL
M much It Is only personal apathyor

COURTEOUS SERVICE neglect that can cause a small
THE MARKET WITH
Negro vote at the polls these T.V.

days; The NAACP ha fought SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
long and hard to secure full suffrage WE BUY -

for southern Negroes. RADIOS, HI.FI AND STEREO REPAIRS

Fresh Meat-low Prices civil With! rights the passage law, the of first a federal such Wo Sell Used TV on Credit {

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4 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961. SHOT IN LEG,


'. WOMAN DIES

Mrs Nancy Lazier, 40, of' 1811
' NW 6th place, who was woundedIn
the leg by 'a small calibre bul
let, waft dead on Monday on arrival -
at the Jackson Hospital.
Miss Irene Lowery, 27, of I 1
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-O421 "1758 NW 6th court Is being held I

Branch at Ilia N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FH 82286 ,in, connection wLth the fatal
nbootlng. zs
II, 1C. 8IG1SMUND REKVES, Editor and Publisher The bullet could: have severedan 4c
artery In the victim's leg and
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor
,
I. led to death, Homicide Detective
Ernest Bush said. No chargeswere
Entered as Second Class Matter, August 0, 1027, at the Post: Officeat filed pending completion, of

Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 an autopsy.
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all worshipful masters,
Member of tlo Associated Negro !*re II! wardens and brethren working
Member of the National Newspaper Publisher ." o.lat1011 under the protection of the Most
Worshipful Union Grand Lodge,
'THKDO OP T1IK NEGRO PRICSS": P. H. A., Inc., this certifies that
XI110 NTuGRO; TRUSS bHIrvf. tluit America' can belt lead the world Laban G, Bode 32 degree mem ___ f'r'ISVM
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man ber of Atlantic Coast Lodge No.
regardless or rate color or creed his human and legal rights. Hating 466 has been appointed District' par*wtttMMt supply yM SHAYiNc' i' Eli" 0,
no nuns arlng: no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man Deptuy of Dade County and will SEND it tor UWM MAX TEAM MATH PO Box 3457-F2-Savannah, a.
In the linn belief that nil men are hurt as long as anyone Is held serve In that capacity indefinitely.
back. Phone PL 47726.
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKDade ADULT HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATIONSchedule

County, through its Associate Superintendentof

schools, announced this week that state funds of

$2,089,600, will be ,available for school construction un-
of Classes
der the "matching fund" program. In order to collect this

amount Dade County will have to put up $2,089,600.Dade .

County gets the largest amount from the SEPTEMBER 25 DECEMBER 15,1961 .
$11.8 million to be divided among the state's 58 counties,

because Dade had the largest pupil increase10,448.The 3 -.

state provides $200 per pupil increase in average .
daily attendance Northwestern Senior High and County-Wide Classes

j! Duval ,County comes second with $1,270,000 for a '
DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLSDivision
increase with _
pupil of 6,350 and Broward $1,203,000 a ',

pupil increase/ of 6,015. ."
Nine Florida counties which showed a decrease in of Vocational, Technical and Adult ,Education :;'. ':ki.jl.; It

enrollment are not eligible for matching fund for con- f' ,; .... '" \:
struction money. Miami, Florida :


South Dade has its eyes on a rocket plant. Aerojet-
General Corporation is on the move with this project. DAY NO. IIKO COURSE TIME ROOM LOCATIONOF

it materializes it will be an economic blessing. It is estimated CLASSES

that nearly 11,000 people would be employed. NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL

There would be new residents, new schools and new
Monday 811 4.. Clothing Construction 9 ..m. 12 noon Upholstery
houses to be built.
811.4. Clothing Construction .
12:30 8:80: p.m. Upholstery,
South Dade has high hopes of the plant coming to -, 811" Clothing Construction 7:00 10:00 p.m 49
this area. .r-.. 811" Clothing Construction 1:00 10:00: p.m. Upholstery
817" Clothing Construction 7:00 10:00: p.m. 4'1

Dade County has been successful in obtaining from Tuesday ".' 811" CJothlnJr Construction 0:00 a.m 12 noon Upholstery

the Federal Government control of the deactivated base 822 811 0 4 DMlc TaIloring 12:80: .. 3:80 p.m. Upholstery
Clothing Constnlctlon 1:00 10:00
at the Opa Locka airport and have begun work on con- 811" Clothing Construction 7:00: 10:00 p.m.p.rn. Upholstery 4.1.
verting it into a field for private aircraft. The estimatedcost 811.4 Clothing Construction '1:00 10:00: p.m. 49

of the change will be $150,000. Wodnes(tay 811.4. Clothing Construction 0:00 12:00: noon Upholstery

Navy Security guards will remain at the base for a I 822 0 nMlc Tailoring 12:30: 8 p.m. Upholstery
month or more. Transferred from the Federal Government 811' 4 Clothing Construction 1.10 p.m Upholstery
.' k ,.' 81'1 4 O'othinq Construction 7.10
p.m. 41.r1i
to Metro are 1,588 acres of the former Marine Corps 811.4. Clothlng Construction 7.10 p.m. 49
station and 272 acres of adjoining Amelia Earhart Field,
Thursday 811 4 P'othing Construction DOO: a.m. 12
noon Upholstery
There are 200 buildings erected by the governmentat 81'1 4 ('ofhlllft Construction 12:80 8:80 p.m. Upholster
a cost of $16,650,000.Port 818 3 Advance Clothing Construction 4:00: 1:00 p.m. Upholstery
:818: 3 Advance Clothing Construction 1:00. 10 p.m. Upholster
Director Alan Stewart said the county's cost I of : .

operating the field will be 80,000 a ,year, but he hopesto COUNTY-WIDE CLASSES
collect this amount in rental of the buildings and han- ,;

gar facilities. Monday ,,0 817 4 Clothing Construction 10 ,an. 1:00 p.m. JKS Homes
I .. 817 "OJothlll''; ConIJtMlction! 7:00: 10:00: p.m. Orchard Villa
Floridians were quite disappointed on Tuesday when ... 817 4 Clothlng Construction 6:8O 9:30 p.m. JRE Lee
announcement was made that Houston, Texas, was the .- 811" Clothing Construction 7:00 10:00 p.m. JE8 Homes

site chosen for the Federal Government's 1,000-acre $60 !:: ',' 811"811" Crothlng C'otblng Construction Construction 7:00.10 7.10 p.m. North Dade
m. n.T.
.. p Washington
million laboratory command center the mastermindof + 817 4..
!., OJothlng Constriction 7:00 10 p.m. A. L. Lewis
America's efforts to get a man to the moon. The space
TuesdayWednesday 817 4 Clothlng Constriction
1:00 10 p.DI. Maya high
craft will be built in Texas. e'
..' 811" ClothIng Construction 7:00 to p.DI. Frank Martin
Tampa and Green Cove Springs went all out for this r 817 4 Clothing Construction 7:00 10 p.rn. BTW

rich plum However, Senators George Smathers, Spes- r 817 817 "Clothln"CJothll1J; Construction Constnlctton 1:00 4:00 ._7 10 p.m. DoI'8C1 high
p.m. North Dade
sard Holland -and other Florida representatives were not p 817 4 OJothlng Construction 1:00'. 10 p.m Bit
able to turn the deal. After all, Texas is the home of our

Vice President, Lyndon Johnson.Property ,,:., .. :' 817 4 Clothing Construction 10 a.m to 1 p.m. Bethel A MEJ.
., :- .w. ?:; ,\;.; 817 4 Clothing Construction 0:00 9 p.m. W. Johnson
'
>- : 817 4 Clothing Construction .
owners in the downtown area: are some ''lt' : i p ....4 w -, "' 817 "Clothln" ConstMldlon '7oo 7:00 10 10 pan. BTW

what upset over the announcement on :Monday by the 817 4 Clothlng, Construction 4:00: 7 p.m.pan. Dorsey North Dade High

Miami Housing Authority that it is ready to start a slum 817 4 ClothIng Construction 7.1O pan. North Dade

clearance pilot project in the heart of the congested Ne- 4,,;' 817 141'1''' 4 4 Clothlng ClothIng Construction Construction 7:00 7:00: .10:00 10:00 !).m. Lib. Square
gro district. p.m. BTW

The 106-acre site mentioned takes in the area be- Thursday 811" rJothlnJ{ Construction 7:00 10 IKIII. Orchard Villa
tween 14th and 20th streets 817 4 (1othlnJ Construction 10 aau.1:00 JES Homes
and N.W. 7th and 5th aves. 817 4 Clothing Construction p.m.
7OO 10:00
p.m. North Dade
The Authority proposes to build high-rise apartmentsfor 817 "ClothlnK Construction 7:00 10:00 p.m. BTW

elderly people and two-storey garden apartments for Friday 884 17 Home' Decoration 7:00 10
p.m. North Dade
large families.

Director of Housing Haley Sofge said appraisingwill .
.{ For further information; call PL 4.5491
begin next week and if everything goes smoothly, ,r
work will begin on January 1. ) -
Northwestern
Senior High School
While we cannot stand in the way of progress, we .

must sympathize with people who have spent most of )
their lives trying to own a home and maintain it decently. Registration will be accepted at all centers according to the above w

Now that they can enjoy it, they must give it up and schedules during the week beginning September 25. Th. registration

go elsewhere, perhaps not even able to purchase another.Let fee for each course of 12 lessons is $2.00 payable upon entrance.

us hope that at least the appraisers will see to it

that these home owners fir given a square deal I\ 4 'tf 1tJjfJIT..l JIA
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Personal Mention SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 6

K I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI,. FLORIDA
The Rev. Bertram E. Collie of ..
Dallas, Texas, arrived in Miami
Around Miami lat,t Sunday night o n a short NOTICEThe I SPECIAL

business trip Rev. Collie, who
'I
., formerly operated a funeral home' Usher Union Association Ladies' Heels ,

,' ':. ..... and a number of other businessesin will meet at. Mt. Olivette Baptist :,
,' Miami, before moving to Dallas 1
,:
l.\\ Church between 14th and 16th
DAVE
( By. BONDU
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", .;'.. is now the pastor of St. John
J'I
I P. : ':;.j,;; ': Baptist Church. The Rev. was on Sts. and 1st court., Sept. 24 at 300
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;" :I' .i: A his way from the recent National 3 p.m. The program n will be be-
a.t f tween Mt. Olivette Juniors and _
J -: 7".' - Baptist Convention in Kansas
BY NOW most of you' bow much longer. Ills record of "Call City, Mo. lie made a short tripto 'Friendship seniors' SEABOARD SHOE

that Kenneth WlKtama Is a candidate Me Darling" is turning out to Na/'sau, Bahamas during the 'David Hudson r president
for the. City Commission. be a hit, again, and soon peopleall middle of the week and returnedIn ; I REPAIRS
On the other hand, there are a over the country will wan\ time to preach at :Mt. Zion Dorothy Major, reporter; Rev. I.
lot of our people who do not to see and hear Bobby In per* Baptist Church last Sunday. C, .MIcklna,. pastor. I,I 2186 N.W. 7th Ave.

know that a Negro is running eon who deserves every break
While in Miami he the
for ; was
the commission. There Is
houseguest of his brother, Edgar
where we come In. We must advertise
IT IS SO ODD how a bar can Collie, 2021 NW 62nd St.
Kenneth Williams' name "catch on." I stopped in at
from mouth to mouth phoneto Baker's Famous Corner the other -
Hubert A. Wong, plant super. ;
,\
phone and other ti
9 any way morning, and the place was intendent of the Nassau Guar : \ 7 ,
we can spread the news. Aek &;
with the boys '
loaded-mostly dlan of Na sau, Bahamas, arrived -
yourself why we need Kenneth from downtown. I'd say Baker'sis 0 rt ,
Williams ;ast week on a vacation trip. b
The as a city commissioner. the A.M. Liberty City Precinct Mr. Wong, who is a regular visitor .
answer has to be that we all the Cats gather there fora
to Miami is now stopping at
need him ,,
and how Wheneverthe
late taste and a conversatlou the home of his aunt, Mrs. Lilla ;
city commissioners have a piece of current events. Now,
Nairn, 1338 NW Bth court. lie
meeting, they do what
they even I stop in morning
think is every reports that the Guardian is 'y i
.vrJght for the people. But just to see who Is on the scene. now making wonderful R v
there is a catch In that. What following its fire two years progress ago. a 5\\t'\ \a 1
they Think is Right For The
QUICK NOTH DKPT: "Car
Whites Is not always right for the 54, where are you?" Mayme andI Little Elaine Coney, daughterof
asked
Negroes. Negroes are never *
watched the new show on TV
Mr. and
how these things would af Mrs. Mercer D. Co
Sunday at 8:30 p.m. Believe me, of
ney 1611 NW 3rd Ave., apt.
feet them taken for
they are
it is the funniest: show we'veten 5 celebrated her third birthday
that if it is for /
granted right
.
In a long time. Nlpsey Russell at
a
party given at her home
on
them, it is right for us. But we
has a permanent part as
in Sunday afternoon, Many jolly
mutt have someone
Anderson, a NYC cop stationed
young people wished Elaine
there who Knows and explain a
can
at headquarters. Don't mics tt happy birthday and enjoyed the
the difference in the situations -
this Sunday, and you'll laugh delicious refreshments Assist 1
of the average know Negro.0 what yourself elck As usual the ax ing Mrs. Coney In serving were % 'r %
these people who only
has fallen at the Sir
John. This her bitter! Mrs. WIle: Mae Boyd ,
they see not what we feel.
time it was on Pretty Delorca and a friend, Miss Ruth Ferguson
That Is one of the reasons that Caffee Ttk, tsk, tak Whereis s"
we need Kenneth Williams. AWe, Dave Burns! lie ha!n't been + I
si'en on the scene for a month Archer
Mrs.
as third class citizens (the Cubans deputy
are 2nd class; and most of Dr. Von MIze.l of Ft. Laud Daughter Ruler of the Elka of a at

'em can't even vote) must get behind erdale plans a new expansion pro the Bahamas. la visiting relatives .
Kenneth William.} and give Maui for his newspaper, TheF and friends in Miami and ieA

him our voters In November. We orlda Spur. I Itlin house guest of her niece,
must have someone to tpeuk up -- Miss Beatrice: !Ito'le. She attendod -
for us, and the time Is right fer TILL NEXT WICKK, keep the Elks National Convene
our city is really large enoughto .Cenneth Williams in mind for tlon In New York City In August. ; 'k AVS

have two Negroes on the city our vote and. tell your friends Mrs. Archer is founder and pro*.
commission seats. We will be about him, then we can begin h'.ent: of the Girls Lydia Club. "1i"

happy to see one, but we must .0 live life every golden minute +" ,,' .
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all support him. We can all Mrs. 1. G. Pratt-Wllder, after \

hully gul y together, and we can attending the National Baptist ;
vote together, If we will get up \ \\'f! KXClTINfl! A FIIISTI Convention In Kan.as City, Mo., IWL-,,
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went to Denver -
from our seats and get in one Colo., to Join
line that Is not the hully gully Broadway, her husband, William She re.
line. We are bashful about going I !ports having a very enjoyable
AT KNIGHT BEAT
to the dance floor alone, ao U I time and a number of receptions.
you cannot take a friend with Coming to MiamiMiami

you go alone and vote for
Kenneth Wllllame, and show scores another first in :Mm.! Cleomie Dean Watkins Tonite Tomorrow & Sunday
Florida that we are citizens that bringing to you 10 Broadwaystars and :Mrs.! Maude Dean Hunter, ,

must be heard because we vats with renown personalities. both formerly of Miami and
for what. we want. Stars from Porgy and Bess, now of New York City, sisters of SEPTEMBER 22 23 and 24
Finlan's Rainbow, Show Boat, Mrs. Vloa: Dean Warfield of

PRETTY GIRL of the Week The King and I, Carmen Jones 15635 NW 27th ave., Opa Lock
!
and others will thrill with arrived in Miami on Monday in
Darbara Roberts Pretty Doy you
of the Week: Harry Martin their superb performanoes. order to attend the graduation CHRIS KENNERVocalist

(Knight Beat Host) Man Because .there .has been a tremendous niece from beauty Mrs. school of their
About Town: Bill Brown (Bud demand for a touring Cynthia Evans,
welser production which daughter of Mrs. Warfield. Mrs.
Rep.) brings to Amer
can audience featured players Watkins was accompanied by her and Entertainer
son, Clendenen Clyde. The party
and featured
parts from the best
IT'S HUMOKEI that th* I)+ule is stopping at the home of
of the great New York
Federal Bank at NW 7th Ave productions, Sigma Gamma stage Rho Mr., Warfield, who is popularly AND HIS ORCHESTRAHear
and 68th St. is so afraid of los known as "Mother Dear."
ing customers to the proposed sorority spectacle is to proud Mlamlans to bring for this the him sing your favorites-"I Like it Like That,"

interracial Roosevelt Savings and tint time. Mr. and Mrs. Thaddeus aced "Make No Noise," and many others
next
Loan scheduled to
open
inond (Bertha) and three child.
Sales offices '
for tickets will be
in the old Commercial
year Bank Building: that they plan announced later. ren families are visiting and friends their Mr.respective Good Plus : Frank DuBoise and His Band

hiring their first two Negroes in mond
will be remembered
"white collar" jobs. More than by
many aa singer with some of Dizzy Jones and His Band
70 percent of the deposits at this
CES Woman's DayThe our well known gospel groups
branch are by Negroes.! They are visiting from New York Admission Friday and Sunday $1,25

T A. Rolle Chapter No. City Saturday $1.50
TilE GLASS line gone And 137 OES, Bessie Bethune, W.M.,
done It again. ThUs week be has John Taylor, Worthy Patron; Mt. TABLES FREE FRIDAY AND SUNDAY
three bands. Ills star attractionis Sinai Chapter No. 189 OES Bell
Advertise It Pays!
RESERVATIONS SATURDAY
Chris Kenner of "I Like It White, Worthy Matron, Rev T. -

Like That" fame, plus the regu A. Rolle, Worthy Patron, present
lar show and swinging Frank their initial Woman's Day on

Dubois along with Dizzy Jones Sunday, Sept. 24, at New Bethel f I
and his band. The Glass is beau- Baptist Church, 68th Terr near ,
SCHOOLING RACES
ing with Joy because this Sun 17th Ave.
day afternoon he II going to

present a special surprise for the Mrs Irene Harrison I Is the I 7$3Om I
early birds, Bobby Marshall speaker. She I is worthy matron MvtttmltU** rfllarI TQWGBT *

handles the M. C. honors as a of St. Arthur's Chapter No. 141, <.trick, CtwbheuMml J

pro should, but from the looks OES. The oldest and youngest Rtt.wr.nt '
of things he may not be around i matrons will also be presented I



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Anytime after 4 p.m. and let us serve you FREE : ,

That Famous"Island Bahamian Style"Have Dish, Conch Salad GRAND/ OPENING SEPT. 30th i


Fun! You Hearl! L

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NEVER CLOSEDPrices
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: I GROUND Jack Sprat qn; .0 Good thru September 23rd, Weller's AG Store Only

! I BEEF G7 Ib

LB. Chuck Roast 35CFULL

I Short Ribs 29: CUT LB

Ir I II I I LB. RoundSteak 5 90 BONE Cgs
: r Sirloin Steak 59 I STEAK

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21b 98C Tomatoes f r 390MANOR
GOLDEN HARVEST-303 CAN HOUSE %GAL.
; Green Beans f 3 r 39 Ice Cream .' 49C
SUNSHINE SWEET-With$5.00 Order 5 LBS. CEDAR ROCK FREESTONE212Peaches '
_: SUGAR 29c :I :; '. 194

ROMAY-WITH SNAPS 303 CAN GEORGIA LBS.

Field,'Peas-""" for 3 39 I INS g'c
BIRDS EYE
BIRDS' EYEFRENCH
POT A TOE PATTIES 191 I FRIES. 19PEPPERIDGE
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BAKE RITE Peanut 2 Ib
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Lemon Turnovers 49 .: "Shortening' 3' Ib 69 Butter. 59c r
McINTOSH 3 LB.BAG
: DOLE>S-46 OZ.CANPineapple
TURNO'VERSi., ( Apples I 39"M
'I Juice 250EACH
RASBERRY i SUNKIST DOZ.
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i Lemons 29*
if <' BLUEBERRY Can'talopes 1ge. 3 LBS.orthern .

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LlqJlld' Starch 39c Toilet-A*.t. 3 For
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The Lines NewsA I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1061 PAGE 7


By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP -- committee from the Miami
Atlas ; Initiates
\ ..-.- Beauticians Association was Lodge: Program
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'''' '"'''''-II.Ot = '"""'-I A] Il p luncheon guests Hampton I
House Monday Sept. 11 at 1p.m.
on
,
He has been jailed about eight with Harold Kemp as host. '
times four times during the For 63: Elk's. Convention

Freedom Rides. He has sentences In the cool relaxed atmosphereof I
totaling three and a halt yearsin the dining room and quiet,
f Atlas and Antlers Sanford for
Lodge Fla., the Ora.nd'Florida.
time and fines totaling $5,000. efficient service, plans were completed *
t for the gala entertainment Temple are meeting extra sessions State Presidential Gall.
i He is being currently sued for of the visitors and friendsof in order to oil the machln. For reservations on bus, FR
$3,000,000 and with three other the Ecme: Trade Show Oct. 8 ery with harmony and effective 0-8451.
Negro ministers has lost, a car thru 10th. The committee unanimously planning for the promised. 1963 December 1. Baby Contest
and property. Mrs. Shuttles- agreed Hampton House annual convention of Elks in Mi sponsored by Antlers Temple.

worth once stabbed in the hip as the entertainment center. ami. December 5, 9 p.m. Loyalty
during a mob, has developed a Pledge and joint meeting.
nervous stomach disorder.The Every facility at Hampton House Monday night Exalted Ruler Popularity contest between
has been extended to the committee Harold Hlggs and Daughter Exalted Ruler and Daughter
three older children were by the management, to Ruler Candy Solomon, called to. Ruler.
arrested In Gadden, Ala., and cooperate with the committee in gether their respective herds fora Dance follows.Florida .
convicted on delinquency chargesin making this one of the greatest joint meeting rededicated to to
ABOLITIONISM AMONG August-September, 1960 and in social variety in the historyof getherness and the cardinal Elks Normal
are now under !bond. His driver's the Trade Shows ever In the principles of Charity, Justice,
NEGROES license has been suspended fora United States., There will be Brotherly Love, and Fidelity.
whole year. magic in the magic city. Mem- Extension School
Those Northern Abolitionists Hard hitting "pep" talks were
'bers of the committee were Mrs.
whose activities stirred the con- The foregoing describes the Marion Muldrow, president, delivered to ,the mixed gather Florida Normal and Industrial
science of the nation until the tribulations of a Negro who Unit No. 7; Mrs. Blllie Pitts, pres- ing by Deputy Grand Exalted College at St. Augustine has an.
Emancipation Proclamation was spurns the safety.flrst type of ident Unit 42; Mrs. Louise Riley Ruler Charles Illggs and W. O. nounced an extension school at
brought forth rendered their leadership and is willing to lay president, Unit 55 and Mrs. Perry, Florida; State president the First Baptist Church of
nation nxj less than the Negro all on the altar of freedom. When Lucille Moore, vice presidentUnit and assistant to the Grand Exalted Brownsville, 4600 NW 23rd ave.
race a service that will become the Shuttleswortha multiply In 49. Others were MesdamesAda Ruler. The theme of the The school will run from Sept.
more sacred aa the years pass on. the land we are going to have a Williams Melonee Goodman, meeting was, "Facing the fu 11 to April 15, 1962. It Is for
These new day in which the ture of Elkdom with a Purpose" the of ministers
Abolitionists will go down coming Unit 49; Cumle Drown, Reatha use of all denominations
In history among the Immortals.No generation of Negroes can come Knight and Dorothy MoRae, Committees were formed and all llclentlate preach.
into full ciltizenshlp. present pledged to work. era, Sunday School superintendents -
Unit 42; Arlene Jones Lucille
less Immortality is deserved Sunday School teachers
,
by those early Christian missionaries Hats oft to Rev. F. L. West, Unit 55 and Bertha Perry, Tuesday, Charles Geter, chair. ;lay-worlcers In the church and

who came South at the Shuttlesworthl j Here is a man Unit 7 P.R. man of the over-all planning missionary workers, etc.
close of the War of Rebellion to who can take IU! Our safety first committee reported the following
lay the foundations upon which leaders could at least give Rev. Thanks Elk activities for the Elks' The Rev. Randolph: Thompson,

the Negroes' present educational Mr. Shuttlesworth a hand home 329 NW 16th Terr. D, A., B. D., dean. S23
The Board of Directors
of
promises rest. This writer has October 3, 9 p.m. Night of
often wondered We thank God for those white Christian Hospital wish to thank Games, prizes and refreshments.
why our Negro
writers Abolitionists of* yesteryear who the following persons for their ANDREWS' JEWELERS
have
been
so In
stingy
their attention to these worked In the North and we cash contributions. October 14, sale of dinners at EXPERT AND
missionaries. early thank God for ,those Negro Abo- Elks' home( call FR 9.8451 or
Mrs. Catherine Chlsholm Mr.
CLOCK REPAIRS
olltlonUts of today who work in
and Mrs. Rufus Triable. Mr. and FR 3-9169 for delivery,)
This the South. 40 Yeans in Dullness
nation has not produced a Mrs. Clarence Edwards, WalterA. November 17, 9:30: p.m. Japa

sertational greater breed.writers Just why our dls- Abolitionism' among Negroes Is White, Mrs. Noral Brown, Mr. nese Party and tour. All work guaranteed

slight these seemingly missionaries studiously next on the agenda of things demanded and Mrs Robert H, Slmms, Mr. November 18. Calling all Dade I 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.

and their labours of love remainsto In the current crisis. and Mrs Edgecomb. Elks to join In the 'bus ride to FR 30152Kathlyn

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literary treatment of this
phase of American Christianity

would easily make one of the f rr
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great volumes In the history of u Ct 'A h
our nation. But back to the Ne
gro abolitionist of the South.

They are currently wrltng one fa .
of the most substantial and dra-
matic histories' of the Negro's
struggle for full liberation. The
rise here and there about the
South of Negroes who are not
only willing to contend but to .r

suffer to achieve our fuller emancipation
is one of the healthiest r S
signs that Negroes are rising. '

The safety.first type of leadership r % Y xr
Is fast passing and giving I !R3
rUe to a leadership that dares and :
does things hitherto imagined
beyond the realms of possibility. '

In appraising current Negro
leadership in the South we must ?

judge them just as much by J Y
what they are attempting as by

what they are achieving. and relax after roundof
;z,* l 4 Irttt HenryTave a
When Negroes are willing to f olf. "Carnation .is our 'cream'-for coffee,
suffer for the elimination of segregation cereals sod whipping.' We a.1ll1ke it better
as weh as ask for it, than cream-and it costs only Vi as much,"
the race is rising. M,..Tave explains. She is past president of
Cosmopolitan Golf Club, and of Tau GSJQ
The sit-inners and the freedom ma Delta sorority, Mu chapter.
riders did not get all they went
after but they got considerably i r----: -

more than they had before and recipe:
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what Is more, they showed to the

world that Negroes are no longer Macaroni and Cheese with
afraid and this is an Important
matter CARNATION 3-MINUTE

There came to my desk a few I CHEESE SAUCE
days ago a newsletter of the Ala
(Maket 4 to 9 ",vl",.)
bama Christian movement for

human rights, it originated inS IVs undiluted
cups (large can)
Birmingham and was dated Aug. S I
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1961. ; j : 1/2 CARNATION teaspoon salt EVAPORATED MILK'I I

The tribulations of Rev. F. L. ;, I 2 teaspoons dry mustard I
Shuttleworth were set forth at
some length and ,marked him as Holding her brand new granddaughter, Kathlyn Tav. Instructs daushterin-law' Barbara In 2 cups (about 8 ounces) grated
a current Negro abolitionist who formula preparation while son Clayton looks on.Eight out of 10 mothers who feed their babies' process American cheese)
deserves a place along side of a Carnation formula My: "My doctor recommended it." Showing young mothers how to prepare 4 cups cooked macaroni
William: Lloyd Garrison whowas the formula at home is one of Mrs.Tave'a activities M s Carnation Market Consultant /. cup chopped pimiento
mobbed in the streets of
Boston and with John Drown Kathlyn Tave, career woman, mother and grandmother / cup chopped green pepper
who hanged at Charlestown
was
I 1. Simmer Carnation with salt and mustard
near Harper's Ferry.Of "Best cook in the world" reveals her In saucepan over low heat to just I.

course he has not yet be- below boiling (about 2 minutes). Add I
come a martyr like John Drown, I cheese and stir constantly until melted
Carnation cooking secretsIt
but he has offered himself to the (1 minute longer). -- -.. '
mobbist of Alabama. In recounting i 3>5

the tribulations of Rev F- L.Shuttlesworth is Henry.Tave who Instate his wife to "Macaroni and cheese,example. Youdon't 2.macaroni Pour sauce over

we read: "He has the world's best cook."Atleastl'moneof need a cream sauce. You just make I and pimiento
been bombed twice, and beaten green pepper I
by mobsters he Is currently Involved the busiest/'Kathlyn a minute cheese sauce that's as easyas I mixed together In 1
melting the cheese in Carnatlonl"RecIpe buttered
in 27 criminal actions, 2-quart
Tave admits. She Is a Market Consul. ( at right) casserole Bake In
seven of which came as a result
Carnation in theLos
tant for the Company
moderate -
oven ,.
of Freedom Rides. The creamy consistency of Carnation is
Angeles area. (350-.) 23-30 .
the secret of casserole I
many a superior minutes./
"I couldn't ask for a more satisfyingcareer. meat loaf, and potato pie. Even when I

Free estimate Carnation is everybody's favor. mix Carnation with equal
TV NOT WORKING? you an L.... EVAPORATED
if you live In Liberty City He-for baby formulas, for drinking, amount of water, it's as rich as state -----

.a' or, Brownsville, we will repairon for cooking. And how I love to tell my standards for whole milk-for smoother "from Conttnt Cw AL 'I'e

credit. Pay weekly. Rowinc Carnation cooking secrets 1 cooking results at far leas cost!

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Shown are two scenes, typical of activities 3 p.m. at Mt. Zion Baptist Church. Approximately -
at the Sunlight School of Beauty 90 students will receive diplomas PLUS
Culture, 1011 NW 2nd Ave. The top on the occasion. .- -- u .-- -. ._._ _-----
photo shows a portion of the Class l of Juliuses Express Thanks I Y t3 1
1961 at a clinic session, and the lower Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Julius, presidentand :IT'S REALLY THE
photo shows a portion of the Class at a vice president of Sunlight extend ex- .
lecture session. pressions of many thanks to all of the BEST: BECAUSE: IT'S'REALLY i
many friends who have been so kind to
Sunlight will hold its 25th annual grad- them during their 25 years of service in i : THE WEST!
uation exercises on Sunday, Nov. 12, at .. a.--l'J1 tos by Johnson of Miami.

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IthettYe No.S.r.t.o1 Offl. TN........ DUtard Baptist ConventionMost
Tr... After C.rr"Ho.. Appnv.d-3 f -LOW 'Y
COST.PILES. of the Baptist Churchesof .
RECTAL DISEASESDR. Dade County were represent
LONG'S CLINIC lul:. .I : IT.CBY ed at the National Baptist; Con- S
vention held in Kansas City re
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Thedford. A. F. Finlayson Johnson Rev., Rev.and Mrs.and :" 6lfNN[ N IlIAD D JACK K 1ON[ N N'and
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IILOUSES. ALL BAUTIFULLY CLEANED W. Donaldson, Rev. and Mrs.R. .
AND PRESSED. o. Adderley, Reverends Enoch
Backford, L. COY, W. L.' Cole PLUS
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Carver PTA NewsThe DUNBAR ELEMENTARYThe
Marcia Jane HomesLOOK
George Washington:. Car Dunbar family happily
ver High PTA held: Its initial welcomed back its principal who
meeting zt; the year on Monday, returned this week from Mobile,
Sept. 8, Roy Bentley, president Ala., where he went to funeral
of the PTA welcomed ManateeBannerman ize his father, the Senior Mr.
principal of a. W. Adams. He was accompanied AT THIS! ,ONLY. 9 HOMES LEFT
Carver. home by his wife, Naomi, and
Mr. Bannerman, after an In. his son Nelson III. They were Live in one of these brand new deluxe CBS homes for
spiring message to the parents, Joined in Mobile by their
introduced the members of the daughter, Scevia, a sophomore at as little as $15.00 a week
The
faculty. new teachers Intro. Tuskegee Institute.
duced included Miss LaDemia
Mrs. Dorothy Sanford Love, li
Flakes Bailey, physical, math education and science; Wilbur .; brarian, is away this week at. Your Choice of 2, 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes!
tending the Triennial
of
meeting
Alexander Wake, mathematics.
the
Episcopal
Church
Women In
Various by the committees president were to serve appointed during I Detroit.along with This the meeting regular Is Church held FEATURES IN THESE DELUXE HOMES

the year 6162. Mrs. Kate S. invention.
Dean, assistant principal for Terrazzo floors Awning windowru
type
guidance, gave remarks regard Mrs. Bessie Dennis, sister- ?
Ing emergency contact carder taw of one of our substitutes, Plumbing fixtures in color All inside walls paintedGas ; '::.

She tire also for students.explained the proper at. Jackson Mrs. Bernice Memorial Sutton, ,gave who Is us In a Glass tub enclosures room heater, recessed in wall

The parents present realizeda 'good, progress" report on her. *j Tiled bathrooms in color Landscaping
need for various activities to For this, we' are thankful, and
improve the interest in the PTA. along with her family and *| Built-in electric oven and range *] Paved streets sidewalls

Panel discussions, socio-drama friends, wish her a speedy re CLOSETS CLOSETS CLOSETS City water

and forums were considered covery. LOTS-7S ft. x 100 ft. (at least)
among the activities for initiat Remember! Remebber! The All closets with sliding louvred
ing 'better Parent-Teacher relationship "Klk-off" Mothers' Club Lun- doors .* Laundry connections
'heon of the PTA will be given
to schools churches and
Congratulations to Mr. and in Thursday, Sept. 28 at 12 Sliding glass doors leading to dinClo.e ,
Mrs. Simmons for having such a toon. Annual dues will be accepted ing room shopping center
lovely daughter, Blanche Dan at this time. Also note
leLs. Blanche was crowned Miss hat the first meeting will be
Carver High for the 1961.62 leld on Monday, Oct. 1 at 7:30. I
year by Ronald Thompson, Student This Is membership month ande DOWN PAYMENTS
Council president, on last are urging all parents to at- only $200NO
Thursday night in a colorful and tend.
impressive ceremony. CLOSING COSTS
J. W. JOHNSONThe
BUNCHE PARK SCHOOLThe (Pay only $5.00 week down
school is going into its per on payment)
PTA ,turned out In full third week, finds students and
force to the call meeting on the school program rounding
Sept. 18 The cafetorlum was /rll Into high gear. This year
filled to capacity with interested for the first time there are two
parents and friends. st rrade clas.es. This Increase
Upon entering the building had not been anticipated. Two
each person received a brochure new. teachers have been added w
containing a message from our Jo faculty Miss Wllhel- : :
principal and a calendar of theyear's mena Other Johnson and James Red L .m.. ;
activities. faculty members are: Miss r :
The meeting was timely and Sarah Obborne, Miss Elnora ,
informative and showed evidences Dean, Mrs. Carry Arnold. Mrs.
of excellent planning: by Edna Starks, and Mrs. Lrnora
our PTA president, Howard I Foster Our special area teachers
Coachman and his executive com r. Mrs Long Dukes, art; Mrs.
mittee. Pauline Dunn, mule; !Mrs Mar
Mrs. I. B. Lowe is at home tha Anderson, librarian Our sec.
resting with her first born-baby retary is Mrs. Attille Thurston
girl Kim. Congratulations The regular meeting of the
Orchids to Mrs. Annie Grant PTA will be he.d Monday, Sept
and Mrs. Willye Blue who re. 25 at 730 p.m. In the library
ocived their M. S. degrees this I. R Bowens, president, Is ask
summer. Mrs. Grant received ,hers ing all parents and members to ,' .
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from Florida A and M University be present and on time. w ',
and Mrs. Blue from Indiana I Mrs. Ethel Grlce principal;
University. James II. Reddlck, reporter.
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I r ST. JAMES A. M. E. ANTIOCH BAPTIST

Rev M McNeal Harris, minister Rev O. W. Foster, pastor

Sunday School . . 9:30 Rachel B. Pratt, reporter

Morning, worship . 11:00 Sunday School . . 930;
to Evening. worship .,. .'. 7:0: Morning Worship . . 11:00

ntC 'BTU . . . . 5:30
the youth
: Sunday morning Evening Worship . . 7:00:
choir will render the music dur

ing the morning services. The< Our services on Sunday were
gospel chorus will sing during most inspiring. As this month

GRACE PRESBYTERIAN the evening service. The pastor was set aside for our pastor's
will speak at both services. vacation time, the Rev. J. W.

6895 N.W. 14th Ave. Jones, member of the Ebenezer
New Baptist Convention The women of St. James are Church of Hallandalewas
Rev W F. Savoy, pastor observe their Baptist
getting ready to
Sunday School . . 9:10 13th annual Woman's Day, Sun. in charge of the morningand
Morning service . 11:00 evening services. During the
Miss Ethel Grice
Evening service . . 7:0U day, Oct. 15 morning worship, Rev. Jones
- To Organize In November Wed. night study . 8:1 chairman, Mrs. Martha Nicholson spoke on the subject, "God Design
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.tt. cochairman, together with for the Home" (Proverb 22:
the group captains and their 6). At the evening worship his
This Sunday Is Christian Education members, are busily engaged In subject was "The Appealing
A Volunteer Committee for th,. to Rev. L. V. Booth at the above Sunday The church many and varied activities in Christ" ((1st John 5:12): Both

Formation of a New National address and indicate whether a :: school teachers will rededicate order that this woman's day maybe messages were inspirational and

Baptist Convention announces Hotel or Home is desired. This themselves In the morning ear the 'best ever. The program informative.

I this week through its chairmanRev. movement is in no way connected vice, and they will sponsor an: committee is planning a very
Group No. 1 of choir No. 2
L. V. Booth, pastor of Zion with the past effort of "The enjoyamle evening program at Unique and interesting programand
will
,Baptist Church, Cincinnati, Taylor, Team." No officer of the 7:30. will present the Midget Choruson
It Is hoped that
'' you Friday, Sept. 22 at 8 An
p.m.
Ohio that a meeting' willibe'' held former movement Is either directly .
forward to the date Sunday
look ,
Nov. 14, 15 at Zion Baptist or indirectly involved. It To the Rev. C. J, Durnej, Oct. 15. The speakers for Invitation is extended to the pub

Church, 630 Glenwood Ave, Cin Is an entirely new movement under choir No. 2 and Mack Graves occasion will be announcedlater. lic.
cinnati, Ohio. new leadership. Persons who who is the president .of the choir, tabs Won't you take time from

are conerned with redeeming the we at Grace Presbyterian thank! your -busy chores of the week

/ The two day session will be Baptist Initiative and restoringa you and all the members of the St. James is the "Friendly and visit the sick? They are as

devoted to discussion on Howto democratic Thrust are invited. New Providence Missionary Bap ,Ouurch and you are welcome at fbllows: Mrs. Mildred Pinckney,

Build a Democratic Conven. list Church for the outstandingand an times" to wor&hlp with us. Mrs. Eva Mae Brown, Mrs. Lo-
1/ tion Dedicated to Christian Ob memorable choral program ralne Jones and Mrs. Hattie Col.

jectives? The keynote speaker that you presented in our sancl Church of The Open Door llns.
Bible Classees
will be Dr. William H. Borders, uary last Monday night. You

pastor of Wheat St. Baptist have a missionary spirit that Is (Congregational

Church, Atlanta. Dr. Borders falIi Offered For Credit a challenge and a standard for Hev. 11. C. MaDowfaii, pastorA. THE CHURCH

t one of the ten outstanding pastors all; our churches.We E., McNeal, reporter
I I expelled from the Nations
(Undenominational)
Bible' classes for credit are '
\ Baptist Convention, Inc., follow. urge our members to attend Monday' night a group of young Bishop J. Robinson pastor
) now being offered the people of ,
; ing its notorious session at Louis church faithfully for the< women met in the church loungeana Lillie G. Hall, reporter
Greater Miam I who desire to
vllle, Ky. In 1957, when President rest of the year.. In rapid succession organized Circle II by the
I "I know and teach the Word of Sunday School . . 10:00
Joseph H. Jackson ruled we will be Involved in the< Women Fellowship. Miss Enid
God. Registration for the classes Morning Worship . 11:30
I tenure unconstitutional. Then will be Monday at 7:30 p.m. at following: Curtis: president, Miss Bennie YPCW . . ..... . 5:00:

has been great! dissatisfaction 5184 NW 15th ave. All students Anniversary Week, Every White, vice president. Mrs. El- Evening Worship . . 7:30:
since. siautr Anders, secretary, Mrs.
must be 17 years old or older, Member Canvass' We are thanking the many
All freedom loving, indepen. Thanksgiving fhelma Green, treasurer and
dent and peace loving Baptists and must have the recommenda. Time, Election of Officers, Mrs. Lucretia Coleman, chaplain. visitors and friends who came
are Invited. Those who do not tlon of -their pastor and one oth Christmas and then the New out to worship with us the past

wish to form a new convention er friend. Year. Come and Join us, and Circle No. I of the Women Fel. two weeks to help us make our

are requested not to attend, The Fall semester will offer i a catch the spirit of working for Low nip met at the home of Miss church and pastor anniversary
the Kingdom!. Nellie Moore Tuesday night. A a success.
Both men and women are Invlted study of the Gospel of John, P r.
Persons who are Interested sonal Evangelism and Child large group of ladles were present. Our tervlces for Sunday morn.

in attending this meeting are Evangelism:! Classes will be held ,They made pians for the ing will be the same, but Sunday

urged to write in for reservationsST. Monday and Thursday evenings ST. PAUL A. M. E. coming year. Mrs. Thena Crow night, Missionary V. Lofton will

from 7:30: to 9:20: Complete Rtv. M. J. Fayson, pastor uer i_ president, and Miss Nellie deliver the message and we shall

LUKE BAPTIST notes on each subject will be offered Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter Moore, vice president. Both of be featured with a concert sing

Rev. P. W. William pastor each student, and a library Sunday School . . 9:31 tnese are under the Women's ing. by Deacon the choral group of Miami
G. W. Smith direc
of selected religious books Fellowship of the church and ,
Morning worship . 11:00: <
Mrs Burnesta Green tor. You
\ reporter are cordially invited to
will be made available. Miss Marie Roberts Is the presluent
Evening worship . . 7:30: < -
Sunday School . . 9:30: come:
of the Fellowship.
Morning Worship . ii:00 Teachers for the Fall semester Sunday's service was one t.' "Have you chosen this day the

BTU . . . . B:3i: that lasts until the end of January be remembered, beginning with Everyone connected with the Cod you serve?", Seek good, and

Evening Worship . . 7:00: < include: Rev. William H. the Sunday School. The lessor church and their friends are all not evil, that ye may live; and

Saturday night, Sept. 23 then Walker; dean of the Miami Bible was discussed thoroughly and talking about and planning to so that the Lord, the God of

will be a weight party at the< Institute, Rev. William M. Gra. everyone was benefltted. Our attend the Ro.a Page Welch if hosts, shall be with you, as ye
home of Sister Evelyn Banks, ham, Rev. Elmer Anderson and pastor delivered the message Cltal Oct. 15 at the Miami Beach have spoken."
Mrs. Frank Puffer, Auditorium. Tickets are $2.60
FRIENDSHIP
6110 NW 30th ave. beginning at M. BAPTISTRev.
.
Sunday evening the baby contest floor adult balcony
8 until main $1.50
p.m. sponsored the
by < Local ministers who
are co
Woman's Day committee. The sponsored by Stewards uuu $1.00 balcony students and W. E. Sims, pastor
operating as directors of this
Board No. 3 and 4
to
cam
a chlldien SU. Ruby Lee Carr
public is invited. reporter
work are: Rev Charles Smith,
Rev Paul Freeman, Rev. Clex close with a lovely program :Sunday: School ...............""' 9:30
I A Feast In The Wilderness", Albury and Rev. Floyd Smith. They wish to thank everyone AL members are sailing tic. :Horning worship ................ 11:00:
who .vets also they are on sale at box
sponsored by the Woman's Day helped to make the contesta Evening service .........'.......... 7-00
finance and and publicity committee Tuition for the semester, huge success. Little Avon To. ouice at the auditorium. So get BTU . . . . 5:30
Sunday, Sept. 24, 4.6 p.m. which includes two classes twicea < paze Murphy was the winner your, tickets early to avoid the The deacons and trustees are

at the home of Mr. and Mrs! ; week for 18 weeks, will be a raising a total of $170.06. Little rush. observing Deacons' Day on Tues.

James Williams, 421 NW 22nd nominal charge of $6. Partial Cheryl Eileen Chipman was the day, Sept. 26 at 8 p.m. with the
Star
Terr. Donation $1.00. The pub, scholarships( will be offered to second winner raising $95.70 Bright Morning Rev. M. J, Fayson and congrega.

lie is invited. Mrs. Annie B. Sul deserving students who cannot The trustees sponsored a short tion of St. Paul AME Church in
360 NW 14th Terrace
liven, general chairman, Rev. P. afford the entire amount. but spicy program after service harge of preaching services.

W. Williams, pastor, Mrs. B,, Sunday night. (FREEWILL BAPTIST) Services as usual on Sunday.
Green, reporter. According to Rev. Walker,, Please visit the sick and shut- Rev. R. Smith, pastor
everyone who desires to increasehis ns.
understanding of the Bible On Sunday, Sept 24 all roads EBENEZER METHODISTSunday

'NEW MT. CALVARY and wants to serve the Lord asa I will lead to Bright Marnlng Start
School . . 9:30
Sunday School teacher or min. MT,' TABOR BAPTIST < Will Baptist Church when
7103 N.W. 22nd Ave. liter of the Gospel Is invited to the men of the church will ce.e. Morning worship . 11:00

Rev W. P. Tarpley take advantage of this opportunity Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor brate their first Men's Day ob Evening worship . . 7-00)
pastor
Rev. Aaron D.
to study the Book oi Sunday School ................_... :43 .ervance. Lester C. Albert, a Hall, Sr., pastorE.

Sunday School,. . . 9:30: books. Morning worship ..._._...M 11:00) highly regarded speaker will be Ingram, reporterWe
are in the
Morning Service . 11:00 Evening worship t......???..?... 7:30 the speaker at the 11 a.m. ser. midst of preparation
Evening Service . . 7:30 vices. The male choruses of Mt. for our Woman's Day
There will be a dinner sale at Tabor and St. Matthew Baptist Which will terminate Oct. 15.

Women's Day will be observed BAHA'I FAITHThe Mt. Tabor church, Saturday, Churches will serve as guest Mrs Geneva Murray has been

on Sunday, Sept. 24 Theme, Baha'is of Miami will Sept. 3, benefit of the Woman's choirs and guest ushers will chosen chairman, along with
If "The need of Christian women pre Day Drive. Call your orders in at come from Friendship Baptist Mrs. Margaret Clark and Mrs.
sent their regular weekly discus
,; v.. OX 17562. Rosa Emma Caldwell
f rebuilding walls of church. Munlin co-chairman.
Church. Other participants on
sion at the Baha'i Center 137
'I chairman; Rev P. S. Brown, Leading up to the date of termination
11 ", Morning speaker, Mrs. Lllllam NW 11th Ave:, 8 p.m. Sept. pastor. the morning program will in- many projects have been
24. The for this session elude several visiting ministersand
subject
Muse Doles
a member of Mt. injeced, such as our
I,:I Zion and a teacher of Douglas will be: "The Day of God." The friends as well as the'South inner sales. Now, previous
public' is cordially invited to attend Florida Spiritual Singers Union, comes Friday,
Elementary School. The evening MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Sept. 29, the chairmen
are sponsoring -
headed by Bro. Serch' .
Phone secretary, FR 1-5420 Crapp. Another
will be Mrs. Claudie
I j speaker a baby contest. Each captain -
for further information. fine will be
program rendered
'j Wilson, a well known member of Rev E. M. Thomas, pastor at 3 is sponsoring or supportinga
with Deacon
;'.1 New Providence M B. Church. ANTIOCH BAPTIST Phyllis Myers, reporter Scott of Florida p.m. J. baby. Monies received in the

You are Invited to attend. Sunday School . . 9:45 City as guest contest will benefit the captains
nevi J, W Stepherson, pastor Morning service . . 11:00 speaker and music furnished by In their reports for Woman's

Mrs. O. J. Smith, chairman, M T. Copeland, reporter BTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30 the Spirituals of Joy. Day. A war bond will be given

Mrs. Odam Laird, chairman, Sunday School ................ .... 9:43BTU Evening service . . 7:00 Bro Winston McCray, chairman to the winning baby. The captain

............................................ 5:30: ; Bra Bradford, co-chair- reporting the highest amount
Morning worship . 11:00: Sunday both morning and man. above $100 will| get a free trip

: t, BETHEL BAPTIST Evening worship . . 7:00 I night our pastor delivered two to the Florida Annual Confer
t Men's Day Sunday, Sept. 24 at great messages They were very ence, which will convene in
'r ff Richmond Heights Antioch. The morning speaker Inspirational and enjoyable. SALTER'S CHAPEL Ocala Nov. 1.5.

:: Rev. L R. Ross, pastor will be Clifford Mathews, an In. Friday night, Sept. 22 the choir The Pastor's Aid Board will
structor at North Dade. The No. 2 is sponsoring musical
a
NW. have
48th St. and 27th Ave. charge of clan meeting
/The women of Bethel are ob. evening speaker will be Isaac program. There will be many Tuesday night.

serving their annual Woman's Meares, principal of Francis different churches taking a part Rev. H J. Benson, pastor Sunday, Sept. 24
to
Day program Sunday, Sept. 24. Tucker Elementary, Coconut In this program. Anyone who Salter's Chapel will present worship in an after we service are at

We hope our program will be asuccess. o rove. misses it will miss a treat. the play "The Hell Bound Kerr Memorial Methodist Church

We are asking everyone The men ask the cooperationof Train" on Saturday, Sept. 23 at with the Rev. Eugene
to come to witness this great the entire church, friends and Sunday Sept. 24, the male 8 P.m. at the church. The publics To Sheppard.
event. We have two very' promi visitors to help us make this day chorus will be celebrating Its an.Iversary. invited to come out and :withers congregation accompany our pastor and
will be choir No.
On their
nent speakers for our morning a i. day to remember. program area the most exciting play of 2 and usher board
: : and eight services. They art Deacon E. D. Walker is genera many number of churches appearing the year. October No.1.
1
%tl', ? Mrs. O. W. Foster and Mrs. Oscar chairman and Deacon J. H. The public is invited. Sunday., World-Wide In which Communion
Jerome Beckett is In the hoaItal. Methodism
; Range. Please come out. You Copeland is co-chairman. shares. The

;;: ;; .will" wish you had. Mrs. Cora Continue In prayer for our We are all praying for him Advertise It Pays! for a great Increase pastor of appeals church
sick and ahutlns..I' to have a speedy
: recovery
'\"''', Jackson, chairman. I attendance on this day.


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oath Emphasis Week At Midget Chorus andBrother. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 11

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mole- Baptist Church \ Successful TourThe I \.


youthful members of the Bethel Choir Midget Chorus and Zeig-
Greater
from touring
Baptist Church Trill ler Brothers returned
enhance all services on Raises $1',608Thursday Florida Georgia and North
Sept. 24 when the Carolina. The tour lasted threeweeks
14
Sept.
night
cumulatlvee Youth Em- :
Beginning with marked beginning' of the 13th programs In
Week. rendered
No. 2 with They
of choir
School, when the anniversary Valdosta Ga., at St. John AME
Services will be the climax Sunday at 3 p.m. pastor;
Day Rev. Duncan
of Church
and president
until th celoslng service The pastor Mason Chapel Rev. Drown, pas
with
the: choir are well pleased heard. over
will take over. They also were
; tor.
the program
of
the success
WVOC In Valdosta M
Lord, a freshman at Much honor is due to the president radio station 16. They appeared .
Junior College Edward Brown and members on Aug.
County Zion
Lenora Campbell are serv for their combined efforts in Church Aug. 18 in at Augusta Greater Aug.Young 23; Rose FREE DELIVERY DRUG

I co-chairmen and ably as. working and planning for this Hill Baptist Church, Kannapolls

by Carolyn Butler, Mae. glorious occasion. The fulfilledby musical N. C. with Rev. J. W. Wallace,
Rahming and Cossetta Data program was beautifully pastor, Aug. 24, Zion Baptist
and other
on the steering commit- > participating choirs churches Church in York, N.C.; Aug. 27

religious groups the from at 2:30 and 7:30: p.m., Williams ; W5E9
city.
throughout Rev. Brown, pastor I
The Hope of The This wonderful occasion will Tabernacle Temple,
[ will be the theme of the long 'be remembered by all who and Aug. 30 Elder Gray's Gray .pas
[ and: will be used as the ba attended. The pastor and president Daytona Beach,
the keynote address de wishes to thank everyone tor.

at the morning service who helped to make this their They were hosted in Valdoeta Augusta A..M'NrffNA ., ,
Parker in
outstanding high school 13th anniversary a most by Mrs. Evelyn '
Theodoria J Williams, ful[ one. success-I by Mr. and Mrs. Smalls; IOJcs'jU ,'. 'f
student body of by Mrs. Dorothy Tan. I
of the Rev. W. K. Smith, Charlotte o .
T. Washington High ward Drown, president; Mrs. ner( the former pianist for Mrs.J. the. .. .. ._ ".,.;..'."..'.:,._
Rev. and .,
Wlilene C. Robinson, church Midget Chorus) ,'"" \
W. Wallace, Mrs. L. Reddlck. i
Miss Williams was selected secretary I In Daytona, by Mr., and Mrs p
because of the dynamic leadership Thomas Macon.
ability that she has display Guest Speaker 1 1II I

ed not only to her school but In The tour was under the super
religious as well as community ll vision of Mrs. Vernlce Ross (the pNOSY
activities. To these ends ehe now directress of the chorus) assist

serves as president of the Episcopal ed by Mrs. Roberta Teemer, Mrs. i
*a,
Young Churchwomen of St. Mary S. Webb, Mrs. Laverne !

Agnes, member of the Inter- Nixon, Miss Barbara Fisher pianist ,
group Youth Council member of { d and sister of the Zeigler

the Athletic Association member e_ 'r 4 v Brothers Miss Barbara Dlone
of the NAACP Youth Council assistant pianist of the Chorus.

member of the Honor Society 4' fa McCall pianist for
Ira
Rev.
president of the Student the Chorus, was unable to make
Council and also holds honorary LOCATIONS:
membership in the Girl. Councel- I the tour. satisfactory 3
reported a very
It was
ors. During the past summer' she 1 tour and they will return \
attended the 26th annual Stu-

dent Council in Oklahoma' City, next year. T O' SERVE, : YOU. .
leaving
Oklahoma. I1 a A 4vY On August 4 before
Miami the Chorus and Zelgler
Many outstanding teen-agers ;. Brothers rendered a program at
will on the program. Anthony Mi
appear the First Baptist Church of
.
Sweeting, Theresha Lew.is j a ami Beach, Rev M. Fain, pastor.
Brenda Benebee, and many
was rendered to a
This
program
others will lend their time and audience with Rev. Ira
I mixed
talents to make this program an ceremonies T
fJ \ McCall as master of ...
outstanding one. !
;
,
During the evening a debate The Midget Chorus Is the

entitled: Resolved: That The Francis, coordinatorof youngest gospel singing .group .
Church is Meeting The Needs of Daniel Diversified R. Cooperative known. Their ages are from 4 to -u
will be the feature : \
The Youth Training at North Dade High 7 years. ;.
attraction. Well trained affirmative of the Steward The Zeigler Brothers are ono _' I
member
and negative teams will: and a at Greater Bethel AME of the greatest twosomes Their .-.
Board
hold you spell bound as they ex Church will be guest speaker ages are 8 and 12.
timely subject. 'A surprise
plore this Usher Board No. 3 on Sun-
treat will also highlight for
the day, Sept. 24
the evening program. Cirle 11th an.
occasion is the BAPTIST
The BETHEL
and plan to NEW
time and date board and it
of the
the day at Temple on Sun nual tea church e OPA LOCKA
spend Terrace
will take place at the 1571 N.W. 68th MU 8.3311
. day. from 4 to 6 p.m. where the pub- Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor 2530 Service Road
Newbold will be lic is cordially invited. Deacon Fred Williams, reporterSunday
Mrs. Augusta Florence Washington Is School . . 1:30
as
22 Mrs.
given recognition for years president and Rev S. A. Morning worship . 11OC I LIBERTY CITY

Sunday School superintendent. board Cousin is pastor of GreaterBethel Evening worship . . 7:20The 6942 N.W. 15th Ave.HOMESTEAD OX 1.7661

! located at 245 NW 8th No. 2 choir furnished the
\I
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. music tor Sunday services. We
: I enjoyed soul stirring messagesby .

Rev. C. J. Burney, putor'I' I I I St.TOOTHACHE our pastor. S.W. 7th Ave. CI 79771Albertdirected
. Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter We invite you to come and 447

Sunday School . . 9:3 I Cat ipttdy ,.. spend a Sunday with us. Our
) Morning Service . . 11:00 Don't from Mrfftr throbo ntidUttly.! ef tooth.ch eervlea! are open to all.
. B. T. U. . . . IS:0 0 flit with fast acting *f.Jlt.I'I ln There will be a sale in the services are now

I Evening Service . . 7:30The lOll monty'In back.seconds All 1 drug Cuirinttcd storss.M riI kitchen of the church. Come available from three locations.
or
was a Damn is in
Pastor's Aid Union 2 and help us. Mr.
success on Sunday afternoon.The charge.ANNOUNCEMENT. Choose the one most convenientto

pastor has said thank you I family and friends. The
. and stated that he will .co tII your
to say thanks for what the same outstanding, comforting

I church did for him In the union. assistance is available, no matter
for
Let us continue in prayer {
)I I the sick and those that are I which location is preferred.
their
. loved greaved ones.fliPT over. the lost of

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I PAGE 12 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 DEATHS BARKLEY'S

Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
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I I CARDS MEMORIALS 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
-- of 1320
Palmer
John "Handy"
time employee Binders 85$ to 1.ti9 Nifty Hinders
NW 70th St., a long
1 IN MEMORIAMIn CARD ,OF THANKS of the Wometco Theatres, Sheets. to 25* Composition
I '. especially the Ritz, died Wednesday Hooks 2 St 40
08
$
10 $
The 'family of the late Conva Ballpoint Pens $
memory of our loving son Sept. 20 at Paravllla
1 and brother, MRS. EMMA 'CLARK lescent Home. He Is survived by Po-Ke-No Sets 2.08 Gifts
wishes to express their sincere his foster mother, Mrs. Essie Straightening Bridge Keno Sets l.OS
I thanks and appreciation to all Wright, and a stepbrother, Bus Combs 70$, 2.08 Irons 00$ 2.08
: services will
Corken. Chapel
of their very kind friends and ter
neighbors for their kindness be he'd Saturday at 12 p.m. OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.
shown them during their hourof with Rev. A. C. Mozell officiat
bereavement.. May we expressour ing. Friends may call at the JOHN A. McMINN. OwnerrMl'
special thanks to Rev. L. A. chapel until funeral time. .
.
.,.
Shlpp and to the officers and ..- ygsaNlpsua: k+ .tl""lt"fl'lt/flt .ftf.JtII,1'i -'"
members of Corinth Missionary Mrs. Edith A. Jenkins of 6955 -
Baptist Church, and for the NW 18th ave., died Monday,
many cards, telegrams, flowers Sept. 18. She Is survived by one
and other tokens of assistance. son, Clive, two daughters, Enlde BUILT HOMESSold
There thoughts ehall remain with' Jenkins and Thelma Estraughter NEW CUSTOM
I us always; to Mrs. Oscar Range ; three sisters Olive Babb,
and her efficient staff for out of Violet: Lang, and Eethena King; 35 already-Demand so great
line of duty services. three brothers, Elwin, Walter
I May God bless and keep you. and Edward Lang. Chapel ser We have built more
Mrs. Florence Paschal, vices will be conducted Saturday

,0 daughter Mozell-at officiating.10 a.m. with Mrs.Rev.JenkinsIs A. C. See 3062 N.W. 60th Street

I e now In repose In the chapel.
IN MEMORIAMFor Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Frank Harris of 726 NW 5th
The Late Ave., died Sept. 15. He Is survived $1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH
j by a daughter, Mrs. Ernes
tine H. Johnson of Trenton, N. -+-
J. and two 'brothers, Louis and

PRINCE A. SIMMS Walter Harris. Chapel services Milton Rothman
were conducted Thursday at 3
who died September 24, 1952. p.m. with Rev. Mozell In charge.
May he rest In peace. 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
"Can a woman's tender care Mrs. Viola Moore of 1554 NW
cease towards the child she bore. 68th Terr., died Sept. 14. She Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407
Though she may forgetful be, yet, had been a resident of Miami for
will I remember thee." some 20 years She Is survivedby :
.
Mrs. Rlmllda Simms, mother her daughter, Mrs. Gussie --
I Miss Ruby Simms, sister Dobbs, and ,two sisters, Mes- -
Mrs. Valda Simms Bethel, dames Melodle Lawrence and
sister w{ Eliza Lightsey. Services were : FINANCIAL I

George Simms, brother conducted Tuesday from St.

Thedford John Baptist Johnson Church officiating.with Rev. f RESPONSIBILITY ACTA I

Many Thanks
1\G\ MUST IN FLORIDA I II
: I wish to take this method of ABRAHAM J. THOMAS, SR. Richardson .

expressing thanks and appreciation who departed this life Sept. 23,
: to the members of St. Ther 1957. Mrs. Ruby Forbes Atkins of FOREMOSTINSURANCE I
esa's Guild of Christ Episcopal "Re t In Jehovah, and wait 1137 NW 1st place, died Sept.
Church, for the unique surprise, patiently for him." 15. Services were held Friday, I
which they rendered me on my Sept. 22 from Bethel AME
birthday, Sunday, Sept. 17. My presence hall go with Church. She Is survived ;
thee, and I will give thee rest." by a
Thanks also to my family, god Sleep on now, and take your husband, Willie, of New York, AGENCY
children and all other friends' rest. four sons, Willie Jr., New York,
who helped to make the surprise .Mary Louise Thomas, wife Jimmie, Larry and Steve, one
mdre God's daughter, Linda Diane ,
enjoyable. May light Abraham J. Thomas Jr., two sisters
I shine on each of you always. Mrs. Leola Fuller and Mrs.
and Alfred N. Thomas, sons
2210: N W. 62nd St.
I Mrs. Miriam Peavy Ossle Lee Brown of Los Ange .
I 3547 Plaza St. les, five brothers, Rev. W. J. Allen
I i Coconut Grove IN MEMORIAMIn of Brookfield, Fla., Ollie Al
len, Miami, Holly Allen, Winter OX 6-2280
Garden, Edle Allen, Opa Locka
IN MEMORIAM memory of our mother, and Earl, Patterson, N. J.
grandmother and sister, Has all forms of insurance
In loving of dear ,
j memory a Long time nurse Mrs. Flor.
devoted husband. sT'y } ,b I I ence C. Smith of 2026 NW 4th
----.-----...-... t ek Ct., died Sept. 15. Mrs. Smith Including
w came to Miami 42
years
ago
klr from Long Island, Bahamas. Ser Assigned Risk PolicyLOW
vices will -be held Sept. 23 from
,; St. James Baptist Church. She DOWN PAYMENT
leaves to mourn a husband, Good Bad Credit
No ?
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Thomas six
,
sons, George, Thomas
James of Homestead, Os- LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
borne of Sarasota, Lincoln, Miami
and Allen, Nassau; two COME IN TODAY! TOMORROW MAY BE
daughters, Mrs. Catherine San TOO LATE
ders and Mrs. Louise Mobley.'
Twenty grandchildren, 29 great We are prepared to finance you!II
grands, six great great grands. I,
A f SKSSSSS&c! Sf SSS SSSSiS8S
dA .
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Francis .

Morris Smiley of 4900 SW Edw. W. Stone's Funeral
80th St., South Miami, died on
Sept. 16. The body was shipped
GENEVA FORBES to Arlington, Va., for final rites.
who entered eternal life on Sep Survivors Include his wife, Mary
tember 18, 1959. and other relatives. Home
d "Rest In Jehovah and wait
I patiently for him. The eternal Baby Boy Barrett, son of Mr.
God is thy dwelling place, under. and Mrs. Solomon Barrett of 611
neath are the everlasting arms." W. 24th st was still born .
ROBERT DAVIS on 2936 N.W.
who departed this life September The Family Sept.held Sept 12. Graveside 14. services were 46th St.

1 25, 1960. #'f
But we realized hid work on MIAMI, FLORIDA
earth was done, so Jesus called SEE THE WORLD'S Stones. ..
\ him to his reward. GREAT SPIRITUAL Conveniently located to serve the Greater Metropolitan

May he rest in peace. Sleep on. Services for John Robinson Of area of Miami in a dignified and courteous
'We love you, but Jesus lovesyou LEADER 712 Short St., were held from
best. AND PSYCHIC READER the Bethlehem Baptist Church Of manner. .
From a loving wife and nieces. Tit UIS vllle, Sept. 19. Mr.
Sexa Davis, wife BISHOP son 7na3ififlbrn > BIrmingham Robin- For those who have relations and friends out of

Cecil, King, nephew HUNTER In Ala;An. came to Miami the Greater Metropolitan area of Miami, you will
Doris Thurston, niece 1922.
Survivors
If you are sick or worried don't Include a wife
Edris Mortimer, niece fall to see me today. Office hours Mattie four sons John Stanley, find a Stone's Funeral Home in .
dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday Henry and William McPhail 4 TAMPA MELBOURNEFORT
1 p.m. to u p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. sisters, Viola, Seely, Sparkley
IN MEMORIAM to 3 p.m. and Alice McPhaU, two brothers PIERCE COCOA

Lockhart and LolJey, two sisters GIFFORD TITUSVILLE
In loving memory of our dear Wandra and Lou Robinson
mother, READINGS "A service as inexpensive desired; as impressiveas

MRS. ANGELINE O. DAVIS $1.00 ;C ....... required1'
who departed this life, September NEED
up MONEY In shipping beloved home servicesare
23, }947. your one our
Gone but not forgotten. Wft $25 to $600 the same
loved her, but God loved her 5117BW17St.WEST .
Call PL Phone NE 3-0793
best. May she rest In peace. 8-3653
Luslous Davis, husband
Mrs. Marjorie Gilliard HOLLYWOOD IDEAL LOAN EDWARD W. STONE, Licensed Funeral Director

Rhodes daughter FLA. PROF. 1IUNTKK 6105 N.W. 7th Aye. 830
f:1:I Gilliard
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Agency. FR 72902. Will sell furnace on time. Pri Home and Income dies, school supplies,' etc.
vate party, OX 1.7987.* Visit CONSULT HER-
3-ROOM cottages, stoves and Only $55 a month to carry

water furnished $10 weekly. HOUSE. 3-bedrooms, 2 baths, this attractive 2 bedroom JAMES
669 NW 8th St. FR 72902. Fla. room CBS home
garage beautiful plus rental, cot- 5 & 10 Cents un Ei.1LiS
Store
landscaping. 1012 NW 74th St. tage. No closing costs. No,
SMALL HOUSE, furnished, 1318' 1200 NW 3rd Ave.
NW 77th St. $35 .month rent. DUPLEX. Only small down pay., qualifying. (Comer 12th fit.
Owner FR 10221. meat and continue "J n-c xRT
paying reasonable COMMON SENSE PRICES
monthly, payment. Call $450 Cash
FURNISHED 1-bedroom apta owner at III 37809. Open dally 7:80
One a.m. to 7 .
FHA Beau p.m.'sat.
utilities free. $16.60 to $20 Der mortgage.
week. Good nelghborhood.1113' FREE *? Lumber demolishing tiful 2 bedroom, lj/a bath to 0 p.m. Closed Sun.

NW 25th St. Phone day FR house. Take: and carry away. I' CBS, with garage and Fla. -..................................-.......
7-2196, evening FR 8949 SW 38th St. FR
9.3530.Indf 30937. room. Lovely ground. $13- Let her yearn, of experience guide
SALE 400. Extra lot optional. and protect you throughout life
SEPT. 28 IF IT'S FLOWERS
lighthouse
as a guide the shies In
NICE, PRIVATE ROOM. 4783 There will be a sale at the You're
thinking of a storm For In buslneeaand
NW llth Ave. Near bus line. home of Mrs. Rachelle Long, Many other homes to choose We can help with, call of us love.DON'T success
1918A NW 2nd court on Thurs you any
FURNISHED ROOM, 1859 NW day, Sept. 28 after 10 a.m. On fromSPITZER jour flower occasionsPerry's STAY IN THE RUT. GET
69th St. Private bath and en. sage will be used manglers, ro. REALTY OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
trance, reasonable rate. tlsserlee, clothing, shoes (men QOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
and women.) Come early for REALTORS
Office Hours:
BEDROOM Apt. completely best selections.
8201 Biscayne Blvd. 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
furnished. Residential section. A
PL 9.8741 Thurs. 9 a.m. to
Utilities furnished. 1235 NW WANTED
68th Terr.2DEDROOM. CALYPSO BAND for November 7 p.m.
4 appearance. CE 5-8562. 07 DAILYSunday
HOUSE contain! For Sale or Rent
stove and refrigerator. Large POSITION WANTED a; t :
fenced in yard. Located at 1868 WILL KEEP a few small child NEW HOME 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING .
NW 62nd Terr. Inquire at 1211 ren in my home by day or week.
NW ClBt St. PL 96043. OX 1-9345, 2050 NW 66th St., 1900 NW 49th St.
I apt. 11. S30 tag : .
APARTMENT, furnished or un .., Low down $1.00 UP
payment
furnished. PL 89717. FOR SALE Florist
Also 3011 N.W. 52nd St. 23 Years Experience
FURNISHED ROOM in private 4821 N.W. 8th Ave. 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Open Sunday 1 -5
home. One block to buses and p.m. Phone FR 4-1205 MADAMHUNTER
jitneys. Privileges just like Open daily 10-6 p.m. MO 5-6870 More Than SO Years

home. NE 46310. Large CBS, 3 bedroom, tile of Satisfying Service

NEW Apartment build roof, awnings, oak floors, 2 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.

ing now renting, 2 stories quiet air conditioners, newly dec DO YOU HAVE A MIAMI, FLA.Don't .

residential neighborhood. Beautiful orated, no qualifying. Low PROBLEM? .Advertise It Pays! Y'rlte-Call In Person
kitchens, beautiful shrubbery,
down( payment. Quiet neigh- :Miss Carrie Johnson, family and
oak floors, beautiful bathroom,
borhood. Move in today. personal consultant can help
with shower and tub. An apart.
ment to be proud of and enjoy. $96 monthly pays all you. For a personal reply to your FOR RENT
754 NW 70th St.. King Cole problems, send a addressed I
Apts. 6511 NW 12th Ave.. For FR 94215FOR'SALE stamped envelope to Mien John.
Information phone HI 4.3673. Just Completed
Can supply stove and refrigerator son, P. O. Box 0143, Pittsburgh
if desired. .. I 12, Fa. Consultation fee >$2.00. Luxury, large 2 bedroom apartments in new duplexes

91 07 1531 1541 N.W. 52nd STREET
ROOM. One girl. 727 NW 65th
St. PL 76672.
22 Club Bar Free Decoration BLACKSTONE REALTY, Inc.
RENT OR SALE. Rooming house

or nursery. Large older home. 5908 N.W. 7th Ave.PL .
11 rooms, extra lot, % block to 339 N.W. 22nd St. AdviceCustom
school and bus. 2145 NW 47th
8.7407
Terr. Call after 5:30 p.m. PL Reasonable Terms
8-5869. draperies, carpet, I

furnishings, covers and upholstery. -
-
APARTMENT. Nice clean place.
6306 NW 15th ave. FR 19797. .

or NE 41886. Indf f ,Bruce DecoratorsNA NO DOWN PAYMENTCBS

A NICE For Sale
ROOM in a private
4.5738
home. Middle age gentleman pre. i Four one-bedroom apartments -
rerred. OX 10426. S23 HOUSETwo
in a CBS building in

FURNISHED ROOM, near bus Brown Subdivision. 4825 -
bedroom tile bath living dining
; room, room,
stop. 1986 NW 57th St. Cooking 4827 4829 4831 NW

'facilities.94922. NE 3-6203 or FR 30th Ave. This property is kitchen, enclosed garage, plenty storage space.

r well located in an excellent Hardwood floors. Perfect condition, refined neighbor
INDIVIDUAL single houses condition. Terms to
responsible -
children play area parking quiet buyer. Phone Mr. hood. Beautifully landscaped. Price $12,500. One

Donovan and peaceful., Mgr.$10 FR and 14620.up. Mrs.617 Walker at TU 84585. e6r rSouth ppayment, $100 per month.

NW 8th St. 07 30

of 54th St. See 920 N.W. 75th St.
"
utilities FURNISHED Apartments. All c .... .4" $495 Down $76 Mo.
furnished. $12.50
week. 620 NW 8th St., FR per Cash Very nice 3 bedroom CBS.
$90 first then call PL 9-8824
72902. Caretaker in Apt. 1. Screened porch, tile roof,

$59 A MONTH oak floors, awnings, fur-

Rental E. PICARD Agency 2 bedrooms with porch on nished kitchen. No closing ,...A ..J L_. J'UII an .T' ,I V'O I I...,J'" I.. .... I 1_
Rental collections; property large lot. Only one mort- costs.

Management, real estate 'JI gage. Move in today. JACKSON & JACKSON
1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7.2902 -
No Closing Costs

Water 3 ROOMS k furnished.and bath.$12.50 Duplex.week. $500 Down $445 Down $77 Mo. Construction CompanyAll

17. Call E. PIcard Rental Agency. $85 A MONTH Custom built 2 bedroom

:FR 7.2902. $10,500 Total CBS, large Florida room, Types of Construction

FURNISHED Efficiency. 4 bedrooms, Fla. room, enclosed plus enclosed porch, gar'age

Free gas, water and electricty$14. front porch, huge tile roof. Many extras. ROBERT JACKSON. OWNER
4190 NW 32nd ave. kitchen, also a carporte. This must be seen.
Call to see. e e eo

APARTMENT. One bedroom. $15 '-I...............
4190 NW 32nd ave.LOWESTRENT No QualifyingNo FHA BANK INSURANCEs
Open Sun. Only 2-6 p.m. Closing Costs
TITLE ONE FINANCING
in town. 2- 1491 N.W. 44th St.
bedroom apartment. $14. 3200 $695 Down o LICENSED INSURED F'

NW 47th fit. $500 Down Duplex Large 3 bedroom, 2 bath

OFFICE SPACE In desirable lo- 1 bedroom each side. CBS, CBS, carporte, tile roof, First and Second Mortgages

ca'ton mi NW 3rd ave., up both completely furnished. terrazzo floors. Only one I
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stairs. e e
Ca 1 LevI Johnson, FR
9..3343. 330KI.VDKROARTKN Shown by appointmentonly. mortgage.We .
Additional Florida Room Close in Carport
NOW OPEN have the best deals in
For BUILD ON YOUR LOT
WILL
working mothers. Greater
Sr Mark', Kldergarten is now We arrange financing also town. Call or visit us any
Ten throughout the summer. time. Over 500 homes to
"eclal rates, clean" wholesome TRIO REALTY. choose from.PL7.8456 NO MONEY DOWN f
Htnosphcre for child. Hot oi.
rr .AI. :; Pick up service your 1455 NW 801 N.W,' 54th St. 283 " :<1 St. Call OX 1.7556 or OX .
asy 07 PL 9-8372 JYE 5-9745/ ",' -. II ,J 'TT 'II -" .....J.V'O '''-.11 J>..



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Barber Shop and Three Broth Garden Club MeetsThe

( ,THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDAPAGE i era' Grocery will sponsor the

14 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 \ reward West Hollywood Broward.and Haliandale Sun- Civic Club Friendship { learns of South
locatedat the season at the home of
4 County J ; rise Bowling Boulevard Lanes are and 17th Mrs. Flossie Gibson, 1748 NW
I Sunrise
IBeauticiana
Ave., Ft. Lauderdale.A 65th It wa St. s largely attended and

Dade Junior College Opens NewsBy I quite enjoyable. After vacation
I echoes of all the members they
benefit tea will be given on went into the business meeting.
afternoon at the ,homeof
25thThe Sunday
Adult Classes Sept. Walter Bowe I Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor on, SW Everybody seemed happy and
21st St., in behalf of the Rev.N. eager to work. A delicious tur
Dade County Junior College These classes will be open to Unit No. 36 will Sears and church. The one key dinner was served by the
announces opening of adult the general public and to Dade a Fall Fashion Show bringing the most guests will host and hostess. The next meetIng -
education classes for non-credit County Junlof College students sponsor and Dance at the Paradise Clubin receive a prize. This tea la sponsored will be held at the home of
starting Sept. 26. enrolled in both Central and Liberia, Monday, Sept. 25 at by Mrs. E. J. Clark, president Mrs. Dena Goodman, 765 West
Northwestern Centers. 9 p.m. The public is Invited. Do of .the woman's departmentof 23rd St.. Hialeah.
These college-level offerings 'Registration will start on Sept. nation $1.25. For reservationscall ,the Deacons and Ministers'
for adults of the greater Miami 25 and late registration will end YU 39259. Union of the Atlantic Coast Association Jona Dukes, president; Eartha
area are for adults who wish to on Oct. 6. ; Rev. H. W. Moss, Styles, reporter.
Improve themselves through or For additional information call Post No. Union president: Mrs. I. G.
Broward
ganized study and are largely OX 6-3231 or go to the office of The South Pratt Wilder, district president;
,
VFW will meet Tuesday
County Jr. 8195
intellectual Dad
directed toward the the registrar,
at the Rev. L. A. Thompson, moderator
26 at 9:30 p.m Drive
St. Sept. Carefully
and cultural develoment of the College, 1895 NW 96th buildingIn
individual. Also, there will be Chamber of Commerce ,
special non-credit classes offeredon Carver Ranches.
the vocational level which I
will assist individuals in their Fisk Club Meets Alt. ,Zion AME Church is observing CASH BENEfiTS
daily occupational pursuits in its annual Woman's
business and industry.The SundayAll Day program Sunday, Sept. 24.
The events of the day will b...
class offerings will Include requested to gin with the Sunday School at for you every day! .r
Music appreciation, reading Fiskltes are 9 a.m. The speaker at the a.m. .
skills, community chorus, creative meet this Sunday, ,Sept.Barnett 24 at will be Mrs. Ruth Smith of Mt. For Sickness Accident'
Span;, the home of Gwendolyn or ,
writing, psychology, Olive ,Baptist Church, Fort ,
ish, French, Russian, public : Cherry, 2545 NW 46th St., Lauderdale. Music by Martin To Replace Your Salary
book reviews. i promptly at 5:30: p.m. Clifford _
speaking, Memorial AME Church of Rich.
El, Matthews, president, is most When HospitalizedFor
Special adult education classes, anxious that the club get off to mond Heights.At }f
the Seven SUps
3:30
non state.aided, will include. a good start this year. The executive : p.m. Men Up To ,
i Playlet. Music by Greater Ward
secretary, W, Dickerson
Investment securities, art sem Dennell, will be present to dis, Chapel Gospel Choir. Up To '

1 inar, program planning for kindergarten cuss some very vital .business For 7:30: p.m. the speaker '$100 weekFor
and nurseries.! per
pertaining to Flak University
\will :be Mrs. Viola Symonette.
t and its program for the Centennial -
Celebration in 1966. Along We Invite you to come. Mrs. Women and Children I
Adult EveningClasses with other Ideas that our club Sarah Days, ,chairman; Rev F. _I_
may use to enhance its leader, D. .Wright, pastor. :$50 per week

I ship in this area. Sunrise Bowling Lanes started J. E. CULBRETII, MGR.
Now Open
Hospitalization From Birth 85
to Age
the winter league Tuesday night,
I
At BTW I Call Out For Calypso Sept. 19 with 16 teams. Bowe's, Up to $200 Surgical BenefitsUp
to $24 First 3 day*--$12 Next 97 Days

New adult evening classes in I Band LeadersOn Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18

\ typing, citizenship and sewing T.: Dugie's Guest HouseThe Grandpa and Grandma Special-Ages up to 85
at Booker I
are now open November "at Cutler .Retirement Income at 65
Washington High School. House of Clean Rooms
Ridge Regional Shopping Centera
I The Company With The
I The typing class is held each mammoth Calypso and Contest Overnight Rooms
Monday and Wednesday evenS will be staged with many prizesto Clean GOLDEN SHIELD POLICY
Ings from 7 to 10 o'clock. The fee the groups that come out win. rooms cost lest 'No V4 or ya Benefit Full ,protection from application
$4.00 for registration! ners. It will ''be all part of a big Seeing is Believing
is now
St. Faith's Eplsopal Church Bazaar INSURANCE,, COMPANY
Estelle Wale
Miss
and materials LI I F E
ler Is the instructor in charge, with tens of thousands of Phone NE 4-3851 OF FLORIDAHome
and all interested persons may South Dade residents turning out, 2941 N.W..47th. St.
register on any evening that the for the annual event. Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 5-2516

class is held. Any calypso band leader may Miami 42, Fla. District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-6528
get In touch with Strauss Gantz Jamaica Bugle, always a friend
The class in citizenship is held now so suitable arrangementsmay S23
each Tuesday and Thursday be made for particulars..
evenings from 7 to 9 o'clock. The Call him at CE 5.8562.
.. _
fee is onlv S2.00.. Theodore Johnson !I! y. J:!_" or -- -- 7 TT w -
is the instructor in charge,

come and all American aliens who citizens desire are to urg-be See the y For The Finest Apartments ,at Moderate. Rates-Call

ed to register for this class in world great
citizenship on any evenings that
&"
healer and
I; it is held.
teacher. BONDED tint;
The class in sewing is held
each Monday, Tuesday and Wed. If you are sick
nesday evening from 7 to 10
o'clock. Mrs. H. Culmer is the instructor and worried TI.

I in charge, and all interested don't fall to see COLLECTION .
persons may register on me. DAlly 8 p.m.

j held.It any.evening that the class

is necessary that a certain special healing ser

minimum number of persons register vice, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. St. Matt. AGENCY Inc.!
1
for and take these courses ,
in order for the same' to, continue I 5 and 0. Blessed are the peace I
to be offered. It Is therefore ad. makers for they shall be called ,
vised that anyone who can and the children of God.
would like to is to __
urged regis-
ter for either of these classes at NE 48026 The .largest?collection and rental

once. The classes are vitally 1959 N.W. 59th St.
needed in this community, for the ,agency in the South; operating in
training of those persons for any REV. JOSIAH McINTOSHNot

while reason going did not to regular get such school.training Dade and .Broward Counties'


Negro Housing. areas ..

a Palm Readier Not a Fortune Teller L. L. BROOKS, President

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

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

Rev. Sh *nti rd Bogaetors j BROWARD COUNTIES


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215. I SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 PAGE 15
High 3-game individual score:
THE Ernest Hayes 601; John Marshall -


SPORTS 'WORLD 'OVER I: TEAM 592, James STANDINGS Mitchum 560 W L (Carver Tops NHS Bulls 19-6 I


\ ,1 Wilson/ 'Rentals 3 0 Fleetfooted Halfback Rudy
2 Hagan and Fonda 3 0 Cambridge led the Carver High Mays Routs North
By LEO :B. ARMBRISTER r Lr 3 Royal Drive-In 3 0 School Hornets to a 19-6 victoryover
4 Tot Shoppes 3 0 the Northwestern Bulls Fri.

..,.. .. ,______ 5 EAL Falcons 2 1 Miami Stadium In Dade 25.0
t'._"*f*+lflf<*Hl-ff>1H #<#t."_" ... .. -"" day night at
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6 News Realty 1 2 the opening game of the high
The Yankees won the pennantin 'as Frank Robinson swings hla 7 Olympics 0 3 school football season. Approximately Led by Halfback Andy Green,
the 154.game limit 154 potent bat; when was the former schedule number did the Reds, but that does not 9 American Furn. TV 0 3 the contest. Dade Thunderblrds 25-0 Satur.
before the expansion of the give Robinson a clear field in 10 St. Clalra Cafe 0 3 day night at Dorsey Park.
American League Roger Marts this department. There is a young Following a scoreless opening Green scored two touchdownsand
was unsuccessful in his bid for man at Pittsburgh, Roberto Cle- period, Carver tallied in the sec set up a third. Early In the
the Babe's record in the pre mente, who is making a popular Register Your ond stanza when Quarterback second period ,Green took a .I
scribed number' of games but showing, and Robinson's, team Talented Child Billy Fredericks, who oppears to handoff, broke off right, tackle
his 69 ,homers was a feat excit mate, Vada Pinson will get a be fast filling last year's pilot, and ran 25 yards for ,the first
ing enough to demand the atten. Earnest Hart's shoes, faked and
vote or two. Music, Dance or Art tally.
pitched out to Cambridge, who
tion of the entire
scored the
sports world QB Lee Bohler sec.
and carried ,the coverage compar Joey Jay will be a standout Fine Arts Conservatory skirted his own right end, shook and touchdown in the third per
able to a presidential!! campaign. with a 20-game win, tucked Carver YMCA off two tacklers and ran 19 yds. lod on a two yard plunge. The ...
away. He will rate high on the OX 60231Beautiful to the TD. Point was missed. score was set up by a 68 yard \
Maria, who has his list to make it little difficult .
proven excellence a Midway in the third period the punt return by Halfback Otis f
as a ball player, was to decide, however, there Is Hornets increased their score Armstrong.In .
marvellous as a celebrity, never Sphan no hit and all, who is when the invincible Cambride the final quarter Green took
wilting under the tremendous sure to snag some votes for the Home on took a quick hand off from Fred a pttchout from Bohler and ran
pressure of the on-rushing pub National league pitching depart Your Lot Bricks on the 14, broke over 12 yards for the ,third score.
lic day after day through the ment.
right tackle and ran 86 yards ,In the closing chapter, Green
long season much credit must r Bowling for the longest and most sensa. rolled 57 yards to the three then
be given to him for mustering up The Excelsior League Ybw
tional touchdown of the game. Wallace Bates plunged over.
69 homers under such terrific got rolling last Thursday night
pressure. and first night was indicative of Again the attempted conversionwas Green booted 'the point after
His 59 homers In 154 gamesis the vast Improvement bowlers of missed touchdown following the first
worth honorable mention since the league have made over last Early in ,the final stanza, NHS score, the other three were missed -
he and Babe Ruth are the only season this is truly major moved into the win column when .
two to ever hit that many, league 'bowling and the bowlersare Halfback William Porter pickedup
endeavoring to get to the top a Carver punt on the Hornets'
WHO WILL BE TOP HONOR and make themselves eligible to Complete Building Sorvlo 30, caught the Carver defense ver scored again on a 17-yard
MEN? compete against the top bowlersof napping and moved down the pass from Fredericks to Theodore I
Baseball has been so perplexingly the nation. Evidence of the PLANNING sideline for the TD. Taylor. Ronald Thompson
good this season, that it is type bowling you will see when BUILDING Late in the fourth period, Car. added the point.

quite a problem for those who you come to the Ml Dowling on FINANCINGYour .. ..._....__._ uuuh______
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Judge the Most Valuable: Playerto ,Thursday nights are in these av. New Home
finger the honored gentleman I erages that follow for three
without a deep search of their I game eats: FOOTBALLMAYS
reasoning. No Down
Ernest Hayes (601) 200
'Luis Arroyo and Whitey John Marshall (592)) 197 PaymentOver
Ford are front running conten. James Mitchum (560) 186 HIGH RAMS
ders for pltohllng nominees In Ted Potter
(556)) 185 Twenty Yean of
the American league, while Perry Duhart
i (535)( 178
Mantle with his all around hit Willie Nicholson 535)) 178 Construction hxperUnoo VS. -
I I ting and Cash who has led the I John L. Edwards (531) 177 Guaranteed Satisfaction
American league all year (fIgur- Wilton Cox (525)) 175 CARVER HORNETS
ing eligible times at bat) are the Eddie Johnson 520)) 173 l& V'I
stick men to decide upon-even

then the whole Marls, ,world who, with has electrified his driveat William Den Frank Nixon RIchburg Clark'((517)(518)(520)) ) 172 173 172 I aoaor(! ( Q 9Jo 'FRIDAY SEPT. 22nd 8 o.m.

the 60 cannot be counted out. Solomon Ferguson (616) 171 PL 1.3604I MIAMI STADIUM

The National James Ernest (512)) 170
Jeague
poses a I Miami'
different type problem-the Eddie Thorpe (611)) 170
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I TV OR RADIO TROUBLE? ,
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1961 SingersFrom PHONE PL 1-8381

,
. a !e.la i a 2. Boy Scout Annual HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50

'" JUST BROWSIN' Clearance tale going on, need space. TV, radio,

'{ By PAUL HENRY Roundup SaturdayThe stereo, record player Prices reasonable. All purchases -

South Florida Council I' DIvision and repairs guaranteed.. Free Delivery.

Isn't it about time the Orange District 8, is having its KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE. MONEY
Bowl Committee drop its lily, annual Roundup Kickoff for JOESCOTTAUTHORIZED
white policy and let some of our new members throughout Dade
Negro high school bands into and South Broward ',Counties 3 FACTORY TV REPAIR

the parade T T f And shouldn't' p.m. Saturday, SepUi,23.; 923 N.W.: 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381
a tore like the Edison Center '
branch of Jackson Byron's The program consists' of field .-- -
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:where the patronage is about 75 events, parades; picnics and ?

",percent Negro, be "urged" to campfires by sections:, The Luckle'e Tailor Shop STORE _, BARBECUEAND
sec DRUG
,hire Negro sales help ? ? T ", 6510 NW 18th Ave., Miami Fla., PEOPLES
tions l"d
institutions leaders phne OX 1-1262, comes this important LUNCHEONETTE
Some talk going about that a will be published next week. message!

law suit may be filed against Why 'not save 10 percent on 402 And 40fi N.W.. 8th Street FR 4.5874. .
bond --- ---- -- --- -- -- -
Gov., Bryant' $16,000,000 your Fall robes by placing your
issue for Florida's space age ed' order before September 27,
FOR RENT Drug Store Bar-B-Que
ucatlonal program because Flor 1961, now. Don't delay, time Is ,
ida A and M was left out of the BEDROOM, HOME with car. passing. Remember you cannot Specializing In prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch
j appropriation. port and jalousied porch. Corner 'beat our prices If you can buy patent medicines And sundries; auj dinner. Old Hickory .Barbecue
( lot. Stove and refrigerator fur the same robe In materials, from 0 p.m.
Property owners along 16th nished. $22 a week. 799 NW workmanship and fit for less, Open daily 6:30 a.m. 12 pan,
Ave between 62nd and 71st Sts. 45th St. PL 82731. we will refund the difference. Fri., Sat ,to 1:80 a.m. Open, Fri. & Sat. to 2:30: a.m
got their tax bills this 'week for Call OX 1-1262 or write
the recently rebuilt thoroughfore. Satisfaction Guaranteed: _. Free delivery
Luckie's Tailor Shop, 6510 NW m w,I ma
Everyone owning a 26-foot front FOR SALE 18th Ave., Miami "47, ;Fla. and
lot was billed $244. It might -2 2 2' .a-
we will send our style cards and
eeem like a lot of money but if prefer
samples or you we
property values along 15th went Duplex Corner will call in penson with ready
at least $600 a lot since the
up made robes
sample so you can
street was completed. 1210 N.W. 57th St. see.what. you' are buying. Robes Buy Home, Today! ,
and accessories are made In our
The Orange Bowl Stadium Open Sun. 3-5 p.m. shop and you have the privilegeof
looked democratic last Sat. See these Ford Real Estate specials then ,by.
very 1430 NW 59th St. selecting any style you may : come
Negroes sat all over the
, urday.place, but most still stayed in find in any catalog. We re-deeign our office and let us help;you with the financing.
2161 NW 59th St. any style you want or we make
the east end zone seats.
your own design. Customers in 1 7552 NW 13th Ave. $99 down $65 month
1426 NW 58th Ter. South Florida have a great ad-
Well, slum clearance eeems lI!! to vantage since you are In our ((1 bedroom)
be on the way in Miami. It's go- 1232 NW 55th St. zone, we will deliver without,
Ing to begin in an area where charge and you must be satis 2 1544 NW 51st Street $199 down

there are some worthwhile fied. So call today Luckie's'Tailor ((2 bedroom home)
homes. Kind of tough' on these 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage,
folk, but It will probably benefit Florida room, kitchen all Shop Shop, or 6510 write NW to 18th Luckie'sTailor Ave. 3 2997, NW 64th Street $300 down $59.02 Mo.

the greatest number. Now what lectric. Miami 47, Fla. Repeating the (plus closing costs)
about below 14th st? "Good
Bread Alley 11th st. down to Corner lots for tale terms phone number OX 1-1262. 4 1177 NW 50th St. ((3 bedrooms) $77.20 Mo.

6th st., Seems as if there's a lot
: In that area that should be eon j We build on your lot 5 1299. NW 51st Terr. $350 down $66.73 Mo.

: demned. I NO MONEY DOWN Real Estate BoardTo $300 downs plus closing costs

The sad news of the death of Cash paid for lot 6 Ask to see our brand new 3 bedroom
Dag Hammarskjold, United Na- your MeetDade CBS homes Only $995 down
Ions Secretary, In an airplane
crash while on a peace missionto BARON County Real Estate 7 3116 NW 58th St. Fully, furnished $500 down
the Congo, has added to the Doard and its auxiliary will meetat
problems of the United Nations JO 8-1840 JB 24843FORSALE the residence of John Bark- We are also open Saturday and SundaysWe
The new president oT the UN ley, 3095 NW 52nd St., Sept. 24 have
over 500 others to choose from
at 4
is Mongl Slim of Tunisia p.m.
Memberships are now open to We will take your lot or old home in on a trade

Gov. Farris Bryant has warn allied and associated members in Deal with the largest real estate office in City
ed Dade County Aerojet Corporation Dade Real Estate Doard. Liberty
has not finally decided to Men and women now engagedin
come Into Dade with their roc rental collection, property
ket plant: so not, to count our management, builders, cbntrac. FORD REALTY Inc.
industrial chickens until the tors, mortgage brokers, real estate ,
eggs have hatched. dealers, are now eligible for
$15 Week Pays All membership 5524 'N.W.' 7th Ave. PL 7.2559
President Kennedy ordered Subject for discussion: The
another 73,000 military reserva- ,$195 Down new FHA title No 1 loan. ,
ists Including two National Move right in. Why pay
Guard Divisions to active dutyon rent?
Partly furnished
oak
Oct, 15. The president believes ,

case? in being prepared, just in floors no closing, porch.. costs''No qualifying Close to, LOT 0 OWNERS-PLANNING I A HOME?


bus, shopping.
City Commissioner' Henrys
Balaban has called for a quick! A ,M-

cleanup of the polluted Miami 3 bedrooms, 1 % baths, very
'River. Balaban suggests that closing costs Oak floors
city and county attorneys get together Hyde Park Estates
; and draw up an ordinance kitchen equipped, awnings,
creating a Miami River Author- garage, close to NW 17th
'
ity. :< '. ; ';. '. .V' -." '> -- ''''' ''' N''' '" "'' ".. .; .' <:'W> ;:"<; -"VVvft'l
Ave.
Bus
city water. Only
$9,700 : iMillSMDriy .
The Metro Commission by I \ < I ;

unanimous vote on Tuesday decided $495 Down

to make continuous studyof s .
Home Rule In Dade County. .
The ordinance passed its first FHA.
$395 Down $68
reading and will become effective a
on Oct. 3. month. 2 bedroom CBS car-

porte, large landscaped lot.
Too Bad|, Your Browser sure Close to NW 7th Ave. bus. r
ly among Roger Marls' fans,
however Marls miMed Babe's rec City water, partly furnish.

ord by one. Maybe he'll break it ed, priced low. Bargain 1 e I /

next time. r 0-
Then, too, I'm almost ready to
give the Reds the pennant. My Only 2 left of these brand e ss-
Dodgers seem to be looking for new 3 bedroom CBS homes.

second place. I North Miami, Beach. ,One
s s s ea s
More bus purchase problems. mortgage only. Includes' insurance

The City of Miami on Wednesdayasked taxes. Move in to. l .
a Circuit Court to halt
morrow .
Metro's purchase of William D.
Pawley's Miami Transit Co. $195 Down
You see the city believes If the
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0-
purchase is made. Miami will

i .,:"stand to lose $592,085 In back 2 houses on 1 lot. Bbth CBS
!bus franchise taxes, and that's
a
$790 down month. Park Estates
I : lot of dough. The city wants to $99 Hyde
know who will pay the claims Rear house pays all. Live I 4340 S.W. 27th Street

that Miami Transit owes for operations free in yours. Modern, 2
West
Hollywood Florida
1960. In the fiscal year of bedroom, one mortgage. No .t 1.;.

closing costs. Move inl I
a
;
I would like know
', to more about 'r
Jamaica, BWI, has decided to
.quit the West Indian Federation. S "Hyde Park Estates."
That's bad for the Federation. Fair eallyFor .
Jamaica IP the :largest of '

he Irlands, nnd the wealthiest. Nam ..................................__.__ *
J' their biggest! sister gone, Fair Deals "" ''J.:.' ., ,,"
wl'l be interesting to see I
Trinidad. Barbados, Grana. 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave. Address ...M..M.M...-.-M NN....-N --_...

fda, St, Lucia, St. Vincent, Do. PL 7.1645 J.

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