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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 30, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TH.- YEAR No. 5 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1D61 18 PAGES 10 CENTS




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OFFICIALS FACE Negro. district for vacant units. pay more than $100 a month and' :
5.4 per cent pay between $90< t
TOUGH PROBLEM IlKNTS SKY HIGH and $99' a month.
Citing a study of Miami made

f Officials of the Miami Housing by the National Bureau of the The Id'a01utlon\ he said, I
Authority came face to face Census at the housing authori would be to build suitable housing I
t this week with the, first and most ty's request he said that the planned' and built in such
fI :Dotty problem in the slum : median rent paid by non-white a way as not to 'be likely ever to J
clearance project. residents in substandard units is produce slums, for the peope: ,
Homes for the more than $68 a month; that 7.8 percent who will have to move.

ttk 5.000 Negroes who will be ,displaced
M w'U! have to be found

J." before the would project give the its federal final approval government to 'Jax Citizens Protest .


Haley: Sofge, director of the
I Miami Housing Authority, said,
"It's tough, but we believe it
ft. -ic4 can be dpne." Schools in Churches

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f SOLVE RELOCATION FIRST -
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tt He said that preliminary appraisal : An NAACP spokesman in Jack a
f 5h will begin ,this week and I sonville has reported that hun

1 R final appraltal in January, The dred, of Negro ,school childrenIn
S agency cannot begin to buy or Duval County attend school
condemn the property until the in. churches with Inadequate facillttes <
relocation problem Is'eolved. although there is room
,.P for them in white school.
w Sofge said, "I don't knoW'when
JI J\- we'll get the first bull The Rev, J. B. Williams,
1Lr" dozer in It probably won't ,be president of the Jacksonville
before early in ,,10 62." branch of the NAACP said thata '
.' F. He suggested that semiprivate group or Negro parents is pro
organizations and private testing to the school board and I 1 tl
also asked the NAACP to Investigate. .
I enterprises could help: in relo.
Yvonne Spotford, who waa interest, the good reputation the
awarded one of the WMBM college enjoys and to become a cation housing, "once private .
scholarship awards is now a atn part of the favorable statistics in contractors are aware of the He said that a survey showed
toilet lighting and lunchroom
,
11" '' dent at Warren Wilson College the integration program. problem.
located In the beautiful. mountains : She is majoring English The 'housing authority will facilities: are Inadequate, and w
.. of Northwestern Carolina, and is desorous of' becoming. an make a survey of the downtown there, are .no blackboards In >
Swannanoa ; of English teacher. many room J
Valley, a uuperb ,
u:', "It is our opinion that theboard's
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Ashville. When at home she live with action
in placing Negro
She graduated from North mother and four sisters at 1840 ,
children in churches rather thanIn
Dade High in June and with the NW 157th St. r
schools having adequate
capable guidance of her school Yvonne (center) is shown with space 1Mrs.
Is simply a continuation of the
counselor Mrs. Juanita Ham her mother, Mrs. Nettle Spotford
of racial discrimination
berry, selected Warren Wilson (left) and Blanche Galloway, executive pattern "
existing in Duval County, he
because of the strong courses it director of WMDM Community k, ,;
raid
offered her in her field of special Services Foundation.
County School Supt. Ish Brant
said some white children also at Edna Sims Hall, pioneer
J
tend classes In churches, and Miami school teacher, died on
that the system in used to avoid Wednesday In Jackson Memorial
TWO MIAMIANS GET more double lesslons which effect Hospital. Mrs. Hall was a mem- I
about 18,000 of the 105,000 her of the Lily C Evans Elemen
pupils In the county tary School faculty
HOWARD SCHOLARSHIPS Services will be held Saturday

FLA. KKK HEAD morning, 10 o'clock: from St. ,.
Luke Baptist Church, Rev. P. W.

4r Northwestern Tills year's High.scholarship winners FILES SUIT TO Williams, pastor :

were selected from 3,452 CLOSE SCHOOLS .
t at seniors representing 359 high mandamus ordering the State

schools who took the Univer Tallahassee A law suit seek* Cabinet and Board of Educationto
alt,'* competitive examination t 1 Ing to shut down Florida' pub. close the achoo's! was filed\ by
during the 1960-61 school year. lic schools pending a statewide Dill Hendrix of Clearwater, one
The examination was administered vote on race-mixing was filed time grand dragon of the Florida
In 92 cities, located in 27 i7 Monday In the state Supreme Ku Klux Klan.
states and the District of Colum. -,- Court. No immediate hearing was;
bia. Examinations for scholarships The suit, asking for a writ of let. ,
for the 1962-63, school M. Athalle Range, owner and
year begin next month.. manager of the Oscar L. Range
r .
Funeral Home will leave Miami,
'
Fifty of this wnlners '.
.' Saturday, Sept. 30 enroute to
.. enrolled: in the College of Liberal rF: rit I I.c
111N Boston, Mass., where she will en. ,
Arts, 11 in the School oC( En
roll at the New England Instituteof t.r t.\.,
.... gineering and Architecture, two Anatomy and Embalming for r,
:
" in Ute College''of Fine Arts, and
the ensuing term ,
lr y ult one In the College of Pharmacy Mrs. Range though reluctant '\

1' to leave feels the necessity of
",," *...: MOTHEL ETHEL broadening her knowledge in
{ this field in order to complete t
1 DIES IN BAHAMASThe qualifications to tern in a more .1 ,

t I'f Rev. Ethel Hunter (Mother efficient wishes manner.to have Upon the' community leavingshe a

Ethel) died on Wednesday at know that she I 4e grateful for I II'If
Port Howe Cat Inland Bahamas.
CltAHICK R. JOLUmSTTEWASHINGTON the generous support affordedher
Funeral service were held and the entire organizationsince
Howard UnIvenlty Thursday at St. Peter's Baptist Its beginning in 1953.
officials this. week: announced Church of which she was pastor. She plans to Return to Miamiat

..-... the awarding of $79,000 Mother Ethel as she wa affectionately :least once a month to observe
.. in scholarships' to 04 winner in called, w'u convert and assist In the continued rendition
to. Its 1960-61 National Competitive ed at the age of 14 and dedicated of courteous and efficient
Scholarship Examinations her life to the Gospel ministry services of her staff
r' program. Seven of the winners and mission work among the During her absence, her son, (/
:: have received $1,000 a year for telnand In March of this year Patrick, a business administration \
a four years, nine $500 a year tor rne celebrated her 60th anniversary graduate of the class of 1960
four yeans, 11, $1,000 for one in the pulpit. of Morehouie College and more
year, and 37, $500 for one year She wa president of the Worn recently a graduate of the New
Io'j, .4., The students, representing 16 an'u Auxiliary$ to the Baptist England: Institute of Anatomyand : r
states and the District of Columbia Missionary and Educational Con Embalming will assume the .
enrolled last week as freshmen vention of the Bahamas, and ofa management of the business
in four undergraduate district convention embracing along with the able assistance. of W. O. Perry third from right), tinge UuHeorn Hotel Association
schools at Howard. several Island the present staff. Miami florist, I* honored for out. of Miami. With him are member
...' Among the winner were two Iier life was one of love and Mm.' Range assure us that I standing service to the commun. of tho association. Left to right,
Mlamlans, Clarke Regina Jolll- sacrifice, consecrated to the tier punctuality, courteousness, efficiency Ity at a luncheon Sept. 81 at the fUun Rabin, A. L. Symonette
vette, who was a $4,000 scholarship vice of God and her fellowmen.She and sympathetic understanding Sir John TotL Perry w** given harry MaxkowiU, chairman of
winner, and Langston )fc- faced peril on land and sea, will, as always be the a plaque with the key to the the group, Perry, Luther Ilrook
Kinney who won a $500 schol but none of them daunted her outstanding factors of all tran city of Miami and a desk pen an4J'ndl antI Al Horrow,-Miami-Metro
arship. Both are graduates of (continued on page 4) I sactions. ( set by member' of the Or- New llnrcau' Photo. _

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1 r f THE MIAMIVlMES MIAMI, FLORIDA ''Daughter Elks Coffee Y-Teens A 1

: RAGE ;Zr % skl RDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1961 ''And Style Show Doorway to The FOR everyday THE FINESTIn need

By WILIIEUIEXlA JOItNlOJf World Join! Including countries
fs &ZSf&&fifiSS &fieiff&f&f&*! candies

The Daughter Elks of Greater school supplies, etc;
Miami Temple 769 are preparing Teen-age members of Murrell Visit .
t
Riciimond Heights Flashes for their annual Coffee and Style Branch YWCA will launch an In.
tensive membership drive during
Show which was quite a hit in JAMES
Call Oct.
yesteryears. This fabulous affair National Y-Teen Roll ,
ORA D. TAYLOR was introduced ''by Mrs. Ellen 8-14, according to Mrs. Willie 5 & 10 Cents Store
By M. James chairman of the Group
Dt. Ruler. Dt. Fannie M. ,
Taylor, Ave.
NW 3rd
1200 .
- ----- ........ Work Committee of Murrell
II 6 1ii; '>;ifT 4. WW. .V W Moton and Dt. Pinkie Lowe were
mentioned co-chairmen, witha Branch I YWCA. The event, a time (Corner 12th St.)
as
VISITORS greater than this one. Congratu- committed composed I I when the association gives COMMON SENSE PRICES
lations to all who participated in general I I special recognition to its teenage
of Dt. Amelia Shavers, Dt. Lula .
Mrs Maud McCullough of 14201 to help our boys and dally 7:80: t *
any way Mae Yancle, Dt. Sarah Smalley, members, is celebrated annuallythe Open a.m. Mrs.
Bessie Boggs Smith Drive and entertained brother, Uula, tion.girls to help get a higher educa Dt. Hattie McCrlllon, Dt. Bryant second week in October Sat. to b p.m. Closed Bud.

of Pittsburgh, on Thursday, and Dr. Clabourne. Dts. Bessie' I'I This year, National Roll Call .......-.....................................
Sept. 14 at a luncheon. They had DID YOU FORGET Harrison and Alfreda Scott will Week, will launch a new method
attended the funeral of their SOMETHING? assist in arranging the usual program of work in the YWCA, that of
brother, Willie, who was ''burned that will be given. This community clubs. Y-Teen groups Why Mothers Use
In Estelle, S. C. on Sept. 10. Did you forget to give us a affair will be glamorous. I i I will be based in churches, centers -
call: about that new or old home Daughters were urged to drop and other agencies in the SPECIAL LAXATIVE
TUB OPEN DOOR you need? This is the time to by and. pay a visit to Dt. Alice various communities and will

We truly with authenticity buy, you know, or do you needa Dean. Much is still being said of be supervised by YWCA staff FOR BABY'You
can
say large lot and a builder to and volunteers.
the
the royal reception given
that the doors of our great
build that dream home for you? Daughter and Brother Elks by. donl want to take chancel with
sand beautiful University of Mimi Do you have notary papers to Dt. Arlean Miller at her palatial Program in the Y-Teen clubs (,strong laxatiTW. That's why for over
& one of the cleanest and file or do you need plain ad. home which is a thing of beauty, will be geared to the theme. It 60 years mothers have relied on vela
most beautiful spots In Dad e vise about your realestate probe will offer activities for fun, lablap ure "BABY EASE." Made e..
County, has Indeed open doors lems, mortgages, appraisals? Dt. Sarah Smalley was unableto friendship and afford opportunities edall1 mild and gentle for Infanta
for all people, regardless of race, Whatever it Is, our office has attend the council meeting be- for service, personality development ,aeD.itlYI stomach You can rely on
'color or creed. I note the evenIng :this pleasant tasting comfort when
your answer or help. You may cause of illness. and self-expression,
classes are attended well by call CE 5-4246 or CE 53971. as well as a wider knowledge and l'your child needs laxative.Ask your
our group, yet there Is room for 'Many blunders have been acquaintance of many peoples in 'mlilat br "BABY EASE."
many others. To you who have CD PROGRAMWe made, but much has been accomplished many lands.
longed and prayed for the "Open in 1961. The a.nnlver.I BE 2.
Door," there don't stop work are now confronted with sary dance was numerical and I When the teen-agers Join the
yet. There are thousands of us one of the most decisive Issues financial success, so was the 500 YWCA as Y-Teens, they become
who need to enter there, day or ever the Berlin Crisis. We Tea, also Night in Monte Carlo. members of an organization that Beautiful Home on
evening, to further prepare for must not turn deaf ears or blind Who said leaders are born and Is at work in 170 countries
complete living In the future. eyes to what is going on in the you just can't make them? .around the world. To be a YTeen Your LotCompl.te
The environment, the faculties, world today. Read the news and I j Is to have truly a "doorway to
the workers, the students are I digest it with meaning. Our A large number of daughterswere 'the world." 7w aXde1&xtt.
most congenial. You would never safety is at stake in many ways. present at the last meeting I I
think or know that segregationever I Learn all you can about what to Dt. Blanche Dean and others I Meeting schedules and placesof ..
existed there. Only peace, do in case of a bombing. Survl- were recommended for past Y-Teen clubs: will be an o
contentment, and happiness prevail al will be by the prepared people. daughters rulers honors. Dt. Marie I nounced next week.
throughout the campus. My Answer this one questions, then White is booked for several v
greatest respect and that of our 'you will know whether or not speaking engagements for the '
community is for each group, or you will survive the "fall out" or rest of the year. So from now until DON'T COST THEY PAY
individuals who had a part in bombing. What ,must I do before the 22nd of October, it will I Building Servlo
making this place of learning a and after a bombing if I am be the "Coffee." MIAMI TIMES ADS
beauty, "a Joy forever." More of alive? If you don't know either o PLANNING
our citizens need to visit the or' only one, call the Cllltan Defense I BUILDING
campus and make expressions of now for information to be
appreciation. See what God has sent to your community. I : :-= : :r FINANCINGYour

wrought was a message sent New Home
... .
)long ago. It is true today when --- 'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's Aids

doors.we come" to so many "open Our Past This Week No Down

TEN WEEKS COURSE PaymentOver
UABY OLIVER ARRIVES

'SEPTEMBER 24, 1817 ENROLL NOW Twenty Years of
:Mr. and Mrs. Roger Oliver of American Colonization society,
Fillmore St., new comer to the which conceived the idea of establishing LEARN BEDSIDE!: NURSING AND Construction Experience
INFANT CARE
Heights, by the way of Ora D. Liberia on west coast Guaranteed Satisfaction
'Taylor Realty, are the proud parents of Africa as a new home for
of a fine baby girl. Mother freed Negro slaves, was foundedin Have a Lifetime Profession 'il& (]
and baby are in excellent health. New York City. This year Liberia .
observed the 114th anni IDmV I})
\WELCOME AGONThe ersary of its Independence. FR 9.5857 1. 1.71.E iJ

Welcoem Wagon, a group SEPTEMBER 25, 1788 : : : -( _- PL 1-3604
who, like to help our community The first African Baptist Mlam
grow, has a new president, Church was founded in Savannah, a 2 ?
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Mrs. L. Ruth Freeman. Mrs. Ga., by Rev. A. Marshall, white, 888 N.E. 79th St.
Freeman is one of our first citizens Rev. Jesse Peters.3EPTEMBER. PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
of Richmond Heights and is
not a stranger in Dade County. 26, 1866 LUNCHEONETTE
She is active in Bethel Baptist Slavery abolished in Cuba.
Church, Rev. I.. R. Ross, pastor, 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4.5874 jjj4STRAIGHTEN
local civic ,clubs, and is manage SEPTEMBER 28, 1936
The late Jauies Weldon Johnson Drug Store
ing efficiently a Dade Care and Bar-B-Que ,
Training Center at her home, became a regular lecturer at
14035 Jackson St. If you are interested New York University. Specializing in prescriptions, featuring; breakfast lunch
in patent medicines And sundries auj dinner. Ohl
doing a fine service SEPTEMBER 28 1895 Hickory Barbecue
for our vast new comers. Call Booker T. from 5 p.m.Open .
Washington serves Open dally 0:30: a.m. 12 p.mFrl. .
Mrs. Freeman at CE 5-0373. She as Judge at the Atlanta Exposition ., Sat. to 1:30 a.m. Frl. & Sat. to 2:30: a.m a
will welcome you and discuss the where he delivered the ad.

first full meeting dress that rocketed him into na Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery

NEGRO COLLEGE FUND tional prominence.
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BENEFIT SEPTEMBER 29, 1784
First African lodge of Free
We wish to congratulate Mrs.
Masons I
was established in the
Marton Muldrow, Unit Seven) U. S. at Boston with Prince Hallas I where
Beauticians, Madam Caesar, Mr. leader. i'
Julius and all cooperating local
and county 'beauticians whop ar. SEPTEMBER 30, 1893 YOUR HAIR ,
ticipated in the benefit-fashion Booker T. Washington marries there's life \01
show given at the King 0' Hearts Miss Maggie James Murray, a '
Club. The hair styles were BO graduate of Fisk University his at HOME In one quick,
unique that the judges were put third wife. EASY APPLICATIONYou

to a test. Awards were given for .there'sBudweiser.' .
various areas. Among them, letters Register Your can have natural-looking )
of merit to Mrs. Muldrowand straight hair the safe, easy
her helpers. The scholarshipfund Talented Child SILKY STRATE way. Do it

was for benefit of Dade Music, Dance or Art yourself at home and save time
students to attend Bethune '
and The easy-to-follow
Cookman College. Dr. lager and Fine Arts Conservatory directions money.assure professional' .

others were precent to concludethe Carver YMCA like results. Your hair stays
drive. We are hoping that OX 6.0231BARKLEY'S straight and eaeyto-manage for
the next drive will be even -. months. will not go back

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HARCORD THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA '

RATTLERS SEEK 42 !RAHMING IN SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1961 PAGE 3

RECITAL

:terrine Club laU, commended for his Interest
I to Begin
CONFERENCE WIN and many efforts that he has

Cleanup CampaignThe organized made in spearheading organization.this newly Also

By D. O. OOLLINGTON w flr Perrine Improvement Association thanks to all members of the
I $ Inc., is launching an
Perrine Associationfor
Improvement
Columbia, S. C. The Florida all out cleanup program begin
VfW HighlightsKernell A and M University Rattlers I nlng October 2 through October the splendid zeal and en
roll off the launching pads here 6. We urge the full cooperationof thusiasm that they are showing.
Dames, commander of against the Benedict College the citizens In the area of _
VPW' Post 6693 was the happy Tigers Saturday night Sept. 30, West Perrine to help make this u
recipient of the Ira Hopper seeking their 42nd straight con. project a success. Quality .
Award for 196061. ference victory. We are asking that you cleanup
This award comes in the formof in and around your yards,
a beautiful wood plaque witha his Head associates Coach Jake Gaither and. pile your rubbish in front of your Photography I
large cross of Malta in bronze have been smoothing place, near the street, eo that it
and with an engraved bronze out klnka since Sept. 1. "We can be remoTed.Arrangements. DONE BY
name plate. It is presented to the are dished serving the same ingredientswe have been made
out last fall
warned
most outstanding commander in with the trash department to
Gaither. "We'll slot, pass, and go at requesteddate.
the District each year. make pick ups our
to the outside more than we have You may be assured that : ;
Dames also received a Nation done in the past," he said "Now your pilings will be removed at
al i Distinguished: Service Citation don't get me wrong, we'll keep once.
ahd the National Post Coniman. them honest by sending out full
ders Citation for membership for' backs up the middle." This organization has proceeded :.
three year 1960.61.. This. Post The fullback pursuing steps In the right
commander also wears the All position is the direction for many of the need ,,.
State commanders diamond cross strongest in the Rattlers' back. Harcord ed Improvements of West Per.
field. Bruce Wilkins, Allquippa, Rahmlng, an out.
of Malta pin presented to him Pa., and Charles ,Sutton, Jacksonville standing literature and musicale line "
by the Dept. of Florida. are converted to half* van Relist, will be featured in a On Saturday, Sept. 10, Robert ,
tacits.: Sutton was named the relaxful afternoon of music jampkln, president, Frank Reed, ,"' '". ..:'".
VFW POST 5003 BLOOD DANK "mOt t outstanding freshman," :Sunday, 4:30: p.m. The beautiful vice; and Mr. Bruton met with f:. )L, .. .I'
Post chaplain Emory Gibson and Wilkins, the "most out :TMCA breezeway, 6770 NW 15th County Manager McNayr to discuss 'to:";.,' "
,Ave. will be the setting for this and find possible solutionsto
had standing
a pet project. A Dade Coun player" during spring
ty Dlood Bank for the purpose training. (talented display of local selecitlons many of the exiting problems Johnson of Miami
of supplying needed blood donations I nil coming from Mr. and community needs.
for members and their Halfback Robert Hayes, Jacksonville Rahmlng'i versatile repertoire. Thanks to Mr. McNayr for !m. 409 N.W. 17th Street
families Last Christmas while is showing well in pass Many of the scheduled sixteen mediate action on the mowing of
out in the community donating receiving and blocking. Hayes I!masterpiece will be connected the West Perrine Park, which Phone FR 7.2294
Christmas baskets to the needy ran a 9.3 in the NAIA finals last with great figures like Handel, was badly needed.
spring to tie what Malotte Frank Reed should be -- ....
Chaplain Gibson found out one was then the Mana Zucca, Rodgers, espec Iii
Of the needy families needed a world's record for the 100-yard Durleigh, Boutner, Youman and
blbod transfusion due to a car dash Eugene White, a 9.4a others.
accident. That started the great season Quarterbacks This soloist has traveled exten.
thought and pans: for his work. sprinter from Miami, is expecting sively throughout the Southeastthe I
He contacted members of the Emory Collier: and Jim Tullis of border states and the Mid STAR MEAT MARKET
post and the needed blood was Miami are more seasoned.. Signal west lie Is a graduate of Oak
donated in short time. caller Napoleon Johnson, wood College, Huntsville, Ala.,
Raleigh, N.C. it bidding for more. were he participated in the male
Next Mrs. Joann Gibson who is action. He was used only as a chorus. This eent promises to be 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
the president of the ladles aux '
punter Jn 60.Tallahassee's. quite an affair You will not dare .
iliary needed a donation. Now it Robert Pare. ture and enjoyment
was certain to Chaplain Gibson more and William Wilson are miss this evening of musical cul- I 0
that a bank must be establish dangerous threats to the outside. Mrs. Annie ,E.-- Russell!'. dun nf THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICES
this
ed
by post.
Fullback Jordan Pope of Fort girls, Doreey Jr. High School l:
Gibson contacted the Dade Lauderdale has three letters behind will ,accompany this tenor solo.
County Blood Bank and made all him. 1st. The building fund drive of
necessary arrangements and thatis the Bethany S. D. A. Church,
the birth of the 6693 Blood Curt Miranda of Jacksonvillea Elder C. D. Rock, pastor, will
Bank, dedicated to the needy per. two-time All-America, anchors profit from the proceeds of this Fresh Meat-Low Prices
sons who contact thla VFW post the Rattlers line, which Is said concert. Donation fl.OO adults,
to be weak in the interior. The 26 cents children
POST AWARDAt agile center is also a two time

the last District meeting AP Little All-America. Mirandahas SPECIAL
earned letters at end, tackle
Pod 6693 was surprised to have
and center.
received so many citations.
Among them: Guards Wendell Logan, Thorn Ladies' Heels
son, Ga. Charles Hobbs, Miami,
District of Florida all Florida
tackles Roosevelt Coleman An.
Team award which is presentedfor A
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To Miami Nov. 30A


native of Roanoke Va., Mr.
Turner was/ a "boy soprano" and
continued in the music field after
winning a scholarship to the Glr- __
vln School of Music In Chicago.
Office- at (J7"N.'V.-15th Arenne-Phofle OTC 1-O121 During his four years in the
Armed Forces he made a two
Dranch .at 1112 N.W. Third Ave, Miami, Hokida-Phone FR 8-2230 year tour around the world with

If. K. 8IOISMUND IlEKVKS: Editor ami Publisher "This is the Army." While In
the movie
GARtH C., REEVES, Managing, Editor version Hollywood of this making production he

conducted the 80-voice "This is
Entered it*S-:;; Crass WtA.r, August 0, 1027, at the Post Office; the Army" chorus at the Holly.

tit Miami. Florida) under the act of March ft, 1870 wood Bowl.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES .Mr. Turner also appeared in
the American and European
ONn YEAR, $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN fO.OO companies1 of "Porgy and Bess"
Member of the Associated Negro Press and for two seasons sang with ,
Mrmbor ,of thu National Newspaper Publisher AssociationDo the New York City Center Opera
-- Company in "Carmen Jones,"
delay "Flnlan's Rainbow" and "Show
not : tho golden moments Longfellow& Boat"
Wv s.
Education And The Negro In addition to conducting his
own 31-voice choir in New York
Dr. Walton Manning, education professor at the Uni- City, Mr. Turner has taken time l.y

versity of :Miami and regular Sunday education columnist -
exhaustive ----.---
of the Miami\ News who completed an

study of the status of Negro education' in the United ,.. Pictured above is Dr. H. Sweeting of Ft. Lauderdale

States, has given us the benefit of what he found in that being greeted by Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt just before the

on-the-spot study in four articles published in the Miami -'F' opening of the 16th Annual General Assembly of the

News. If you have not read those articles count yourselfas ; "! United Nations. Dr. Sweeting was also present when

having missed something you should know about edu- President Kennedy addressed the General Assembly His

cation and the Negro, especially as it applies to the South. : comments on the President's speech, "It was outstanding."
: j Dr. Sweeting felt certain that something will be settled
The controversial articles dealt with the sensitive on the Berlin crisis that will make World peace

question of the relative intelligence of Negroes and '" i'. _
whites, and no doubt many Negroes were pretty shocked '

'at what they read. We think the series should serve as a : }.!iji\;: \ J Masons to Celebrate Holmes PTA
challenge to all in solving the immediate problem at "j

hand. ,"}"." ":'"",,',,,,,'".,, Zerubbabel Day To MeetThe
Here are a few excerpts from Dr. Manning's articles: ',, October 8 Holmes! Elementary PTA
) ,; will hold Its first meeting of the
"Not only fc. the Negro educational achievement a disgrace, "'j': ('I Hear Ye, Hear Ye, Hear Ye. year Monday night at 8 o'clock
thore Is evidence that with whites the typical Negro -I ICLYDE AH cafetoriurn.
<< compared ';': Master Masons, Knight In the
graduate' is less prepim for equality than he was in 1054-and Templars Jlustrlous Shriners. Mrs. 1 E. Espy Johnson, principal
perhaps even than it 1803." .X members of he Female Dept. of of Phyllis Wiheatley School
Masonary, and all other mem will Install the new officers
"In one of the finest county school fljK-tenis' in Florida, a survey bers of the Masonic Family, as after which a short ETV demonstration .
of scores earned on state.wide<< Oth grade\ and 12th grade tests I
TURNER well as all other fraternal organizations will be held Parents
Showed students farther behind the white than
Negro
\ now they were
are most cordially will meet the teachers In their
in 104In this county, only one Negro high school senior earned a off to appear as a feature singer invited to celebrate the annual I classrooms and a social hour will
score as high as 50 per cent of the white seniors, and on the ninth with the De Paur Infantry
Zerubbabel Day, along with the end the evening.
tests half of the earned less than of the
grade Negroes scores all
Chorus and De Paur Opera Gala.
Royal Arch Masons of district Garth C. Reeves, presidentMrs.
white. Recently he was seen on the four, on Sunday afternoon Oct. Thena Crowder, Prln.
"Anyone who has studied the records of Southern Negro colleges Steve Allen: and The Bell Telephone 8, at 2:30 at St. Paul AME
1*. not surprised! at the low level of attainment there. Hour TV shows with Church, corner Thomas Ave. and
IN AND AROUND
Harry Belafonte and Louis Arm Douglas Road in
"What is PO discouraging Is the fact that out of colleges like strong During August, Mr. Tur Coconut Grove.A .
this come graduates who become teachers and go but Into the ner toured New England states been very significant program has THE BAHAMASThe
schools to continue another crop of low level' graduates. with the famous Broadway and planned and will be presented
the
movie star, Henry Hull, in "An on occasion. Rev. Kenneth Huggins of
"Officials In Florida, Mississippi/ and Alabama have estimated Evening with Mark Twain." District four comprises Brew Jamaica arrived in Nassau on
that fewer than 10 per cent of the Negro teachers now teaching ard. Dade and Monroe counties.! August 29. He has been appointed
could qualify for a teaching certificate if a score of 500 on the The local chapter of Sigma Funds raised on this day will go to the South Eleuthera Circuit
National Teacher examination were required."If Gamma Rho Sorority is bringing I to support the educational program of the Methodist Church,
this magnificent attraction to I of the Most Excellent Union with
headquarters at Governor'sHarbor
there Is a Last Great Scorer who comes to write Against the Miami for your entertainment. Grand Chapter of Royal Arch .
name of nations Ho will have many Shameful entries which must They are soliciting the Masons of the State of Florida
be marked against the United States for Its treatment of Negroes.Nor of all cooperation I and its Jurisdiction,
loyal Miamians in working un "He is
will they be confined to the! Southern section of our nation, for der the protection of the always running away. Icouldn't
making this a huge success Most
In the North and South, East and West, the Negro misses the equal' I Worshipful Union Free and Accepted stay to" mind him, so I
kept him tied, Arlington Butler
Ity and (acceptance that Americans grant other citizens. Masons, Grand
Lodge of
told the Judge recently when he
the State
of
"It is this lack of equality, opimrtnnlty, and acceptance which Williams Grand Florida. R. Reche was hailed Into court, as he
rob the Negro of qualities needed for success and, perhaps, accounts A, Hawkins Master; James pleaded guilty to the charge of
for his appearing to be leas<< Intelligent than whites. All grand secretary. cruelty to his six-year-old son,
members of the Masonic
Wellington.
Having been tipped
"Tomorrow's world will have no place for any Individual not Family and other fraternal oft by a neighbor, a policeman
educated to 'A" point beyond that of many of our high school graduates tii groups are urged to be present. found the ; today." ; Carey P. Bentley' district depu behind his back lying on the
tv
Alfred
I ; Coakley, state deputy floor. Butler
"No decent American can excuse (some things done to NegroesIn John S. Williams was sent to prison
secretary of
parts of the South. No concerned American, however, should fail district four Royal Arch I for three months and the moth
erless
to note the evidence of discrimination everywhere." !Masons. furley child Homes.was sent to the Ran-

"If the Negro has hoi*?, It lies in education. A concerned. I
tion must recognize that it will do little good to nave other nations
if our own is destroyed by cancerous Internal problems.

"The educational status, of Negroes in the South is A black MATURE WOMEN
blight which can )become cancerous The light that is so typically
American as we nee. it in our tradition, our religion, and our surging
concern for human persons, is", a light that needs to focus on this Your age is not a handicap. If you have four hour a
dark shadow which lies astride our national soul."
day and are able and willing
to work, Avon has a
The International Travel Agents Society will hold wonderful earning
its third annual meet in Nassau, Bahamas, with (head opportunity for you. For inter-

quarters at the British Colonial Hotel, opening on Octoiber view at your home phone Mr. Thelma Harris, NA

12 and closing on the 14th. Arriving in :Miami next Thurs- Licentiate Harold Brown will 1.3840 or FR 1-6407. '
day morning will be representatives from California, be ordained to the ministry Sun ; o7

Mexico, Michigan, Illinois, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania day, 3 p.m. and will ,be installedas

New Jersey, Washington, and Georgia. Church pastor, Perrlne.of Spiritual Baptist I .. ... .
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The group will have breakfast at the Hampton Brother Brown has served In

House and leave for Nassau during the day. the under St.the Matthew's pastorate Baptist of the Church Rev.!I SEE TO BELIEVE!

Ye Editor who has travelled with the Society' for the N. F. Clark for more than 30 I Gorgeous CBS tile roof
years. carporte, convenient to
Bermuda and the Haiti meets has accepted an invitationfor everything
lie was! unanimously elected to One rtgage-
the Nassau meet. the leadership of Spiritual Baptist month. No closing Only $400 down, $69 a
recently, to succeed the Rer. costs

The 60th General Convention of the ,Episcopal Church Earnest Hutcheson. .
which opened in Detroit on September 17 closed its ses- -

sions on September 29. Mother Ethel Dies Open 12-5 p.m. Sunday

One of the highlights of the convention was the (continued from page 1) 1391. .

agreement to go ahead with talks for reunion of Presbyterians tplrlt. She was a fine example of NW 42nd street Malt beautiful CBS 3 bedroom

Methodists\ the Polish National Catholic Church Christian her life to leadership.the cause. She gave on double corner lots. Many extras. Air condition,

and some others with the Episcopal Church. Rev Hunter visited Miami occasionally fence, awnings, enclosed work shop, and etc.

The Deputies passed a resolution on racial discrimination and was well known $1,800 down. No qualifying
'ocally. Her last visit was from no dosing coats
which the House of Bishops was expected to approve March to May this year, when I LEGAL
The resolution said : she preached in some of the REALTY
Prejudice was "inconsistent with the Gospel of Jesus churches.She MU 8-3923

Christ, and noted that God in his providence is leading ers In is Florida survived, many by two nieces broth and NIGHTS SUNDAYS WEEK DAYS PL 8-0290
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this country toward & desegregated society. nephews. I

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tHE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
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7c CLAIMS

RE55 SOLUTION TO

SLUM HOUSING

Charles L. DeCarlo of DeCarlo -

ARCHIE Homes, Inc., In a letter to the -
editor referring to the slum ,
FINDER Ox c.earance project of the city, t d
states that' his company Is ready .
to help. 4'
.. Said he: "We would like to
bring to the attention of the
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KEY WEST SPECIAL .. ._.. when Traveling,consulting could be North's made so Travel easy; public,known that we Lincoln have a Estates.subdivision ;:

IT'S A WO Weekend 'In Key Bureau; whether it's by bus, as
This subdivision was set up
West for the Progressors a cine plane or boat. This 3rd ave., and
originally with the main Idea of
and social organization striving 11th st. agency will pick-up and We
to uplift and create greater In- deliver. Just call North when helping displaced persons.
have 130 lots upon which we
terett in community welfare. going South or anywhere ctoall' construct desirable
Eloise Reynolds is organizer and very
dwellings all with FHA Section
counselor; Ronah Edwards president SEPT. OCT. Birthday greet.
221 which is for displaced
Miami chapter of the Ings to you: 2nd, Fredericka financing
Frontiers International Benefit, Wanza, Carmetta Lyons Shavawn persons, 40 year mort-
with prices ranging from
rages
Dinner for handicapped childrenis Rene Peterton; 29, Mildred
$9,300 to $11,000, and the
Oct. 19, at James E. Scott Armbrister Lewis Stokes, "
: from
monthy payments $62.
The Social Nln- "fi
auditorium Cluade Adside Jr., Theophllus The down ,payment on these
ers Record Hop at 6410 NW Edward Hammock. Osborn O.
homes is only $200 the mini
15th Ave. Friday, Oct. 20 at 9 Carey; 30, Louise Thomas, Rosa. mum required under FHA fi.
p.m. is a date.GKOIIGE !lyn Smith Willie Mae Hamilton nancing.

Lydia Robinson, Alonzo Jackson. Lincoln Estates Is located
BAV1TT, Miami Oct. 1, Darren Howard Dora south of Perrtne.Northwest .
Times' Phil Ossofer, post carded Eacron; 2nd Vickie E. Johnson, :
Tommye Doss, Doris Newton,
the gang from Calif., where he
and the Madam are vacationingPhil Alice Harrison; 4th, Eugene Jaycees
says the city is beautiful but Kemp, Garth Reeves Jr. Function AgainThe
the transportation is old fash -
loned Melzle Coleman chap rHACnEItS PET Northwest Miami Junior
ter No. 24 OES Is staging Its I AM GQING to start pickingup Chamber of Commerce is again
Hair Stye: and Fashion Show pop 'bottles after students are ready to serve the Greater Miami .
Oc.t 16 at 329 NW 16th Terr in classes and evening. They Community as it has served
The Daughter Elks of Greater take a de.lght in walking the i in the past. _
Miami 769's annual Coffee and street sipping pop and eating The organization Is dedicatedto
Hair Style Show will be at the cookies. Not only the smaller promote civic Interest among x
styles when the Dt. Elks strut ones but students in high school. young ,men; train, young men for --,- .. -.-
Mary Eliz Fiesta Room Oct. 22.You'll membership In the civic, religious ENGAGED Mr. and Mrs. tional High School of Buffalo,
W. Gore of and Industrial life of the
President
see the Daughters strut George Willie F. Wiggins of 189 Walker and at present Is a prominenthair
their stuff. FAMU will call his first meeting community; to promote fellowship St., Buffalo, NY announcethe stylist in that city. She la
of the Orange Blossom Classic among young men; to foster
engagement of their niece, alto the owner of Gery's Beauty
Committee Monday night at the the democratic principles as Mine Gerlean Gatewood to Alfred Salon
THE MIAMI Beauticians Association set forth In the Constitution
Biscayne Terrace Hotel. That of
Joseph of 6113 SW 66th St., The bridegroom to be is the
Hair Style Show Ex- was a real swinging housewarming the United States; to encourage South Miami. don of Mrs. Nellie L. Joseph, a
travaganza and Dance at Mary Juanita Matthews had last acquaintanceship, good will and well known citizen of South Ml.
D.izabeth: Oct. 10 is an Acme Saturday night Dr. Clarence fellowship among young business Miss Gatewood Is a graduateof ami. The couple plans IJune
Trade 'Show presentation "Pete" Hogan is serving as campaign and professional men; to assist Fasteck Master Girls' Voca wedding.
Charlie Anderson Jr., report manager for City Com, in developing community spirit; .
.
from overseas (Nassau) that he's mission Candidate Kenneth Wllol to encourage and assist young .I> ''' 0
making it home. His barber liams. And Louie W. : men to cooperate with these associations
shop Is the only one In the campaign treasurer' Sincere and among themselvesat TV OR RADIO TROUBLE?
Sears Addition. Charlie did a sympathy to Wilbur "Jackson all times; to interest young PHONE PL 1.8381
little shopping. here Monday and vllle" Pigford who lost his ulster men in Increasing their personal
returned to Nassau the same this week. efficiency; to harness and mobilize HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50
day Tommy Pittman return the young manpower of the
ed to these parts over the week .MIAMI'S OLIf ST nonprofit city of Miami and by so doing to Clearance tale going on, need space. TV, radio,
end. quality music-dance.art school, I assist in building of a better and stereo, record players. Price reasonable. All purchases -

the Fine Arts Conservatory,>which bigger Greater Miami.A and repairs guaranteed.. Free Delivery.
has been an "orphan" since its membership campaign will
MAny ALICE WILLIAMS and beginning is buying its own begin soon All Interested young KNOW YOUR TV MAN! AND SAVE MONEY!

Samuel Strong's nuptials last building. It will be located on I men are requested to make application JOE SCOTT
Sun. at Antioch Baptist Church with of the listed
6Ut St. near Shell's Mkt. Thanks any AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR
van Impressive. The bride was to ,Mrs. Ruth Greenfield for active membership.
given In wedlock by her father, sticking with hu brainchild thus Active members Include Henry 923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1.8381
Donlchua Williams.. Bridesmaids bringing a little: more culture In. W Daniels, Moses L. Perry Mos-
were her sisters, Barbara and to our community. ley E. Doles. Calvin Marks, William -
Marva, Moses Barr was best W. McBride, Daniel J. ,
man. The wedding party' celebrated Johnson, Carl Williams: G. W.
that evening at the King Kllpatrlck, John Williams, Sam. Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong!

0' Hearts William "Musso HOMES FOR SALEA uel J, Moncur, Edward Taylor S. R. 22's Written While You Wait
lini" Cloare who had been mak BARGAIN Kenneth T. Williams Rudolph
ing trips from N. Y. to Miamito Levarlty, Freeman Johnson
see his ailing mother duringthe Home and pool on two lots. Louis H. Portlock Jr., D. W. Service First as low as

years has our sympathy. She 135 :x 112 corner. 1011 NW Wilson, Howard Rollins, Dr. Almond : $5.40
died Thursday, services will be 44th St. Price $18,600. Edwards, Garth 0. Reeves, I
held Saturday. Terms First Federal FHAI. Robert Dozeman, Franklin D. InsuranceAgency Deposit
or Rods! Hagen E. Eason FrederickL. Start your insurance

., D. MattingleyBroker Martin, John R. Marks Dan Itmuodi.atoly. .
YOU JUST GOT to give all due lei A. Cox and William :Miles.
Phil Harris, still "Untouchable", .
Jimmie Wilson and Margaret 1059 N.W. 54th St.

Green, recent additions to last PL 7.7018 A TAPESTRY Miami Opa Locka
wekend show. Miss Green'sunique 3497 -N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.
way of singing "Funny"won NE 4.6612
Wednesday's amateur Hour 5.6355 NA

audience and Jimmie Wilson

styling Is bound to take them on. RUPTURED ? Tf&ZKe&a: ....... .. / &"" /
. Sammy Moore and Dave

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THE FABULOUS Hampton ALES RECTAL DISEASESDR. RESPONSIBILITY ACTA

House Club will present anew '
show starting Oct. 6, Monique LONG'S CLINIC tI.-.I: Itt n.I MUST IN FLORIDA

Montez, Don Fontaine (remember .. ._._
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the Fontaine Brother) and
Shawn McGown, the show will be FOREMOSTINSURANCE I
,produced by Napoleon: Reed, who JACKSON & JACKSON
will also be featured. It's the
kickoff to a gala season of en. I
tertainment and pleasure at "the Construction CompanyAll
South's finest show spot. AGENCY


DOREEN WILCOX and Wayne Types of Construction

Bass invites are to mailing friends for Wedding their Bell Oct. ROBERT JACKSON. OWNER 2210 N. W. 62nd St.

7 Holy Redeemer nuptial .
The LPN's are planning their
October Sip at the Opa Locka -- e -'
House of Albert site. Dr. George OX 6-2280
BANK INSURANCE
Simpson, the speaker. Mrs. Car e FHA

men Ross, director of nurses at TITLE ONE FINANCING
o Has all forms of insurance
Mt Sinai Hosp. will elaborate !
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59th St., girl. ANDREWS' JEWELERS
THE MIAMI tlMES MIAMI, FLORIDA September BirthsAt I Theresa Taggart, 268 NW 11th EXPERT WATCH AND

I St., boy. CLOCK REPAIRS
I PAGE 6 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1861I'j Christian Hospital Daisy Mu: Williams, 14)9 NW 40 Years In Btulne

Alone Smith, S128 NW 59th (GIrd At., girl.
St., girl. Mary D.!ore* Bryant, 219SO All work guaranteed
Ethel l Grant, 426 NW 6th St., SW 112th Art., Ctrl.
Miamian Signed By >, girl. Bertha Gtyton, 921 NW 2nd 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
SOCIAL SECURITY
I'j ,Annie Ruth McClain, 1401 NW Ct., girl FR 3-0152
I Columbia 'Records f e 58th Terr., boy. ''Mary Alice Mitchell, 460 NW
Delores Roberts, 458 NW 7th 16th St., boy.Ernestine ,'##" l" " '#"
I St.. apt.- 3, <'boy. Kirkland, 624 NW
''Mamie Lou Davis, 1654 NW 9th St., boy.Eleanor Meet Your Friend at
-or- 75th St., boy. Edwards, 2151 NW
Anna Mae Allen, 2320 NW 70th St., girl. LITTLE CAL'S
r..w.r..a..,u.ww..w 53rd St., boy. Emma Wright, 715 NW 1st St. '
Alma Oxford, 12150 SW 213th boy. *w ?,, 2955 N.. W. 54th St.

Q. Is It true that all widows Terr., girl.Theadora. Marie DeGraf, 5120 NWf22nd
received raise in their check Foxworth, 2357 NW Ave., boy
a .
Carrie Oliver, 1410 NW 1st
early In September 51st St., girl.
Ave.
boy
A. No, It Isn't,Only widows age Annie Ruth Whipple, 4225 NW Cold Beer and Wine
Doria Brown, 926 NW 58th St.,
62 and over drawing on their deceased 29th Ave., boy.
husband's account got Rosa Lee Wells, 545 NW 11th boy. Hot Sandwiches
this raise. St.. girl. Bernice Sellers, 2525 NW 47th

Rore Bell Laidler, 360 NW St., boy. HAROLD YOUNGBLOOD, I'rop.
What's this I hear about
Q. retiring at age62 How llth St., girl. Arthurine Shepard, 1742 NW ..',','...'..............." ...
men Shirley Reed. 152 NW 10th 4th Ct.. girl._
soon can I put in my claim? St.. girl or
A You may file your claim as
Carrie Bell Mitchell, 14325
early as three months before you NW 22nd Ave., boy. CASH BENEFITS
reach 62.
age Irma Lowe, 1864 NW 53rd St., _ _
Q. I am the widow of a minister girl.
who died last year. I have Leona' Emerald Cook, 1217 NW for you every day! '
w four children. Is there somethingin 2nd' Ave., girl.

I the new law which permits me Annie Lee Harris, 3147 NW For Sickness or AccidentTo zj
to file a claim now? My husband 57th St., boy.
didn't come under social secur Marv Janet Smith, 311 NW Replace Your Salary :: '
John McArthur Jr., a 1954 llth Terr., boy.
graduate of Booker T. Washington ity.A.. I'm glad to tell you there Is. Elizabeth Days, 3360 NW 51st When HospitalizedFor
( High School who graduated Widows of clergymen who died St., girl.
I from Knoxvllle College in 1961. after September 12, 1960, may Nola Mae Laughlln, 245 NW Men Up To
was recently tlgned as a memberof elect social security coverage. In NW 11th St., girl.
the Columbia. Recording Co.'s the clergyman's! name. I suggestyou Irma Jean Holmes, 10715 Old $100 per week .

staff of New York City come see us at once. Cutler Road, girl.
; "Mac," as he Is known among Marie McCoy, 235 NW 6th St., For Women and ChildrenUp
r his school friends, has been sing Q. Please tell me about the girl.
I ing in Miami and other points changes in credits needed to Retha Mae Shannon, 7152 NW To It -
: around the country for the past qualify for benefits.A. 14th ave., boy.
;, nine years.. He was billed as the YOU now need onlY one Ola Pearl Taylor, 2023 NW $50 per week :n'J.

"Root Man" credit each year since 1950 up 74th Terr., boy. E. CULBRETII, 1\I0R.
reach 65 ((62 for Joyce King, 5820 NW 13th
t to the year you Hospitalization From Birth
"MR. SOUL" to Age 85
women) or death, to Qualify for I Ave., girl.Gladys .
Bell Jones 10351 SW Up to $200 Surgical Benefits
benefits. The minimum require. ,
I As a recording artist for Co-
t lumbia Records, McArthur will ments of six credits, however, 183rd St., boy. Up to $24 First 3 day- $12 Next 97 Days

be -billed as "Mr. Soul." He will ,remain the same. 48th Martha Terr.Kay, boy.O'Field, 3330 NW Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18
begin In the popular and blues
I field. His first release will be Q. Do men take the same reduction Thelma Lee Jones, 2987 NW Grandpa and Grandma Special-Ages up to 85
If they file 44th St.' girl. Retirement
as women Income at 65
out In either :ate October or
claim before 65? Dorothy. Eloise Pittman 2132
their age The
early November of this year. He Company With The
do. NW 48th St.
A. Yes, they boy.
has redone the old R and B
Ruby Mae Baptlste, 2080 NW GOLDEN SHIELD POLICY
standard "Long Tall 'Sally, anda Q. I filed: a claim for disability 167th St., boy.Earnestine No
Vi
or l/z Benefit Full
new"number, "I Can Make a benefits last year when I was 61. Lane, 1854 NW protection from application

Home. I was turned down as not being 64th St., girl. INSURANCE COMPANY
LIFE I
McArthur was discovered whileon totally disabled. Now that I'm 62 Mildred Holsendolph, 1835 NW OF FLORIDAHome
vacation in New York this couldn't I file for retirement 4th Ave., girl.

summer by John Hammond, one benefits since the age has been Juanita Johnson, 1231 NW Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 5-2516 \
for ? 61st
lowered men St., boy.
of the great names In jazz.
A. Yes, even It you have been Earcile Robinson, 2170 NW District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-6528

I, A native of Miami, McArthur turned down several times in the 3rd Ave., girl.
,,' I in the grandson of Mrs. Lizzie past, you. may certainly file a lona DeLaughter, 1351 NW
| Leroy of 761 NW 64th St. He new claim and draw benefits If ..
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Leila R. Williams. NAFAD MEET For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
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,During his stay In New
On Friday" Sept. 1 a groupof
this summer he appeared at the I
Village Gate, Small'a Paradise, ladies met again to further
I Noble Slsaie's: and a number of discuss purposes, plans and activities -
of the National Association BONDED
I others. He was also auditionedfor .
the Count Basle Band. of Fashion Accessory And "
\, McArthur has also 'been signedby Deilgners." r .' : e __
the Wlllard Alexander Book The meeting was highly Inter' e ,. .
ing Agency of New York, which eating with informal chatting of
handles the bookings. of the Glen the purposes of the organization.Mrs. COLLECTION t
I Miller Band, Ahmad Jamal, V. Tinker gave an Inspiring t
Count Bade and many other talented talk on making yourself
artiists.Benefit. interesting by doing. )
She also showed the group a
piece of work she had done In j
Dinner for making "mats" which the group AGENCY Inc.
was interesting in knowing howIt

Handicapped Kids was done. Mrs. Tinker ex ,
1 plained graciously Mrs. Nelson .
explained to the group a dress _
I The Miami chapter of the Fron ensemble with matching hat she The largest collection _
and
tiers International, one of thecountry's had made. I rental'
foremost service organizations iM ICI
tM l
will hold a benefit The meeting concluded with : in the South
warm expressions from each lady \ agency ; operating in
dinner for handicapped children hoping our next meeting, Friday
I attending Brownsville High Sept. 22 at 7 o'clock: at 1110 NW s Dade and Broward
The affair will be held
School.
I 65th St. will be just as interest I Counties'L.
Thursday evening, Oct. 19 at
L. BROOKS
I II ing. Negro : President
the James E. Scott Community Housing areas.
I Association Center No.2, 7200 6.' '4' mss! I
NW 22nd ave. at 7 o'clock. The
Is invited. NEED MONEY MANAGING
public AND
$25 to $600 MAINTAINING MORE THAN
For Information contact O.
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He also urged units
Boy Scout Council Lion f in,-the.South Florida parttcin.COUn'

Hurricanes Take on Penn State Tonitel MeetsThe I the ell Exposition Dinner Key Oct.auditorium.20 and 21 at


South Florida Council Divisional Members present
Football fans who trek to the its regular I ; .: expressed a
Committee held desire to have more
: dinner
Orange Bowl Friday night for meeting in the restaurant meetings.
I' ( MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA the Penn State Miami football' monthly of the Hampton House,
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will of the most
game see one ,
I PAGE 8 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1961 powerful gridiron offenses In the 4200 NW 27th Ave. Thursday
meal wasserved.
I Sept. 14. A very tasty
,,,,, ,, ,, nation. Job Opportunities
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I That's the word from University Alexander W. Brooks, chairman Greater Miami Urban \
of Miami coach and scout carried out an orderly business 805 NW First St., H. Allen
LOOKING THE II I Ed Kensler who scouted the unbeaten meeting. Each Institutional Wheattejr Jr., vocational services
I Penn State team against representative gave a verbal re secretary. Phone FR 1-O470.
Navy last Saturday.The port on activities of their Scout
Nittany Lions rolled up ing is on an upward trend. Thereis Playground Instructor (female)
SPORTS WORLD OVER nearly 400 yards against Navy, however a need for more Recreation Supervisor I (female)
with 328 of those ,
yards comingon adut: participation. Police Matron
a blasting running attack. Auditor I
t By LEO 43. ARMBRISTER "They run over you and blash .:Scouting has 1313 Cubs Typist Clerk I (male)
i you out of the way," Kensler Scouts, and Explorers registered Tree Trimmer

... ,, .._ .- said. "They have one of the most throughout our service area to Addressograph Operator I
-.-.-.-.- -----.- ..lit-[oil 1oI"W'W-"'-. ww '-'-........- is to make Scouting -
powerful running attacks I've date. The goal Automotive Equipment Operator
Cincinnati! Will has* run Into a contract legality seen in football," the UM tackle available to at least 1650 11Mecha.nlcal
snag. coach said. "And don't think boy members by the end of this Engineer II
Take The Yanks Promoter Tom Bolan ot New they were playing against a weak year Chemist (starting salary 1
York anson's Navy team you'll hear a lot Ralph Mozo, Council Scout $7,000)
The Ciactuaattt Reds &N the manager, both Insisted in : about Navy this year." Executive, gave some timely remarks -
new chomp of the National tie contract that the referee be While quarterback George on the growth of Summer
lM.H.. These Reds who started a non-resident: of Massachusetts Camp at Rocky Pine. There is a
Mlra was injured against Kentucky
til s atArefc. to the top. perch lathe Atty. Gen. McCormack Jr., ruled in the first few plays of the need for more institutions to A TAPESTRYLINTON '
Nattea League from the that the State law forbids sucha ball game, it's virtually a cinch take advantage of the Scouting
tixth: sot cto.-u. deserve the dls- contract. II he will be Miami's starting program here in South Florida.
tinguUfeed honor: of being
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quarterback against Penn State.
AT THE BOWLING ALLEY I
champs. Nick Ryder once again will openat I
Their hard fought uphill battle ,Eddie Thorpe of Eastern Airlines left halfback and is expectedto
In a :league a* strong as theirs Golden Falcons showed play equal time with John BERRIEN'SPiano
proves" them to be a worthy representative good form in bowling his 2S4 Bennett, who played so well i
to take on the Yanks scratch, which was good enoughfor again Kentucky despite the & Voice Studio
In the 1961 World Series. the higest score in this two fact that he had only three daysof
Looking the Sports World week old league. practice after switching from
Over has to nod In their favorto quarterback to l left half. The Voice Piano
retain the championship for Hot Shoppes, who lingered in right halfback will be Nick Spl- Theory Sight Singing Ear Training
the Nationals. This we be- the cellar of the league all last nelll and the fullback James Vol-
lieve the Reds would accomplish season is surprisingly the cur lenwelder. Coaching for advance singers in opera, oratorio
by !showing the same will to win 'rent leader, having won 5 tied 1 '
and elf confidence in play as out of a possible six. Tornadoes Bow church soloists 1 concert repertoireAlso t,It
they have done all season long.
We predict a 4 to 2 series in Carver Downs To Middleton 40-0 coaching for church organists, pianists and
favor of the Reds.non'x choir directors
Mays 256The Middleton High School of
X SURE TORK Tampa, defeated the Booker T.

SIVP Carver Hornets defeatedthe Washington Tornadoes 400 Fri 260 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-1645
Frank Robinson self made Mays Rams of Goulds, %6.6 day night in Tampa. It was theTornadoes'
leader of the champion Reds Is Friday night at Miami Stadium. worst defeat in a
first game in the history of the
a !sure bet to win the Most Valuable
Player Award; If there Following a scoreless opening school
was any doubt as to his value to period. Carver scored in the eec-
his team it was all diminished ond stanza, when Halfback Carl. North Dade Romps
ton Bethel plunged. over from NEW CUSTOM
Tuesday night when he poked BUILT HOMESSold
the home run that brought the the 2, climaxing a sustained drive 18-6 Over L. S.
Reds the pennant. As during the that covered 88 yard The try for
point Halfback T. C. Terry 35 already-Demand
regular season play how the was no good. ripped so great
off touchdowns of 26 and 10
Reds fair against the Yankees In the same period the Hornets yards last Friday night to carry We have built more i
depends largely on Robinson'soutput. scored on a 9-yard pass the North Dade Thunderbirds to
from Billy Fredericks to Bethel. an 18-6 victory over Lakeshore See 3062 N.W. 60th Street
$3,000 FOR 61ST HOME RUN End Willie Bell added thepolntMidway High of Belle Glade.

11AL.L In the third period, Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m.
Carver scored again this time Bulls 40, Ely 6
The lucky fan who retrieves
Rudy Cambridge smashed off The Northwestern High School $1,000 CASH-$100
Roger Marls' Gist home run ballif PER MONTH
tackle for four yards, ending
a Bulla crushed the
there is a nst one, will be gridders of
the possessor of a $5,000 pieceof 99 yard drive. Blanche Ely High of Pompano -+-
cowhide. That Is the price be. Late in the final chapter the by 40-6 Friday night in the
ing,: offered by Yankees for the j Hornets added to their score on Broward County city Milton Rothman
ball when retrieved. an 18 yard pass, Fredericks to

NOTES: OFF A BOXING GLOVE Bethel. TV NOT WORKING? Free estimate 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue

Sugar Ray Robinson with his With two minutes to play If you live In Liberty Cityor Phones MO 7.2561
Mays
finally
moved
the MO
into
scoring or 6-8407
k sights set on another middle column Brownsville, we will repair
on a from Lee
pass
weight title bout, came off the on credit. Pay
Bonier to Otis Armstrong which weekly. Rowinc I
canvas and gained split decision .
a
over Willie Greaves in 10 was good for 47 yards The TV. 6952 NW 18th Av. OX .
rounds Monday night. placement was missed. 1-9426, tndf

Robimon, 41, and 10 years .. T 1.. m..m 1
Greaves' senior was floored In I I
the eighth round which referee
Lou Harder: called a low blow; FOOTBALLMAYS HAMPTON
but said it counted as a knock Club
down.
Prospects of heavyweight title MOUSE i
bout between champion Floyd HIGH RAMSVS. :
a
Patterson
and Tom McNeely

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I T Tt. 1, glr FINE ARTS Palm Beach ?. ,.,J. #

MARKS NINTHANNIVERSARY Integrates 2 More
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Scouts Take Part in SchoolsWest

This month the Fine Arts Con.
Round-up Kickoff servatory started Its 9th year la Palm Beach Two more
Palm Beach County schools were
the community, as Miami's old .
were racially integrated Monday.One
eat integrated music-dance art
Hundreds of Dade County Boy
Negro pupil each was
Scouts took part In the South school bringing quality training be
admitted to Seacrest High,
Florida Council Division District to children and adults at econ
8 annual Roundup Kickoff last omy fees. Under the direction oi tween Boynton Beach and Del.
Saturday. its founder, Ruth Greenfield ray Beach and Jupiter High.
I pianist, composer and teacher The children were the fourth
fir
Sections Institutions and lead. the school is currently in reel- and fifth Negroes sent by the
ers ,participating the YMCA County school board to previous
were: 1 dente at Carver or
ly all-white schools.Announcement. t
I Saturdays and several afternoons
SOLTII BADE a week.,

Frank C. Martin Elementary Those who attended last :

School Richmond Heights, Pack !< { / Spring's concert at Northwestern On Sunday night the Rev. Er
and Troop. 'Sing-Out Dance In" will not nest HutchesoiK Jr., associate
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forget the sparkling dancing of
chaplain and houseparent (Di-
William B. Evans Jr. and Her.
bert Ammons. Balet-Jazz teacher, Susan Stad- Tision B), Dade County Child.
ler and her pupils in the Conservatory's I ren's Home at Kendall, will be
Kerr
Memorial Methodist
Dance Dept. the guest speaker at Greater
Church, Perrlne Pack and Troop.
Instruction in all Instruments Bethel AME Church. The Rev.S. .
Charlie Foster and Robert Stiles. art and dance can be obtained by
Rev. George H. Mitchell, Wore A. Cousin, pastor.
Mays High School Troop and ihlpful Master of the newly organized registering on Saturdays at the Rev. Mr. Hutcheson has also
Pack. Sylvester Harrington and : St. Nicholas Lodge, of school, 5770 NW 16th ave. or recently been appointed to serve
James Wilson. the International Free and Ac- calling OX 60231. as a volunteer chaplain at Kendal -
Pine Villa Elementary, Cub Mrs. Beatrice A. Black, ac epted Modern Masons announc.ces hospital
Pack. counting department secretary at that the lodge will sponsor a
Mt. Calvary Baptist Church, Central Life Insurance Co., of Get Acquainted Tea on Sunday
Homestead, Troop. Charlie Bell. Florida, receives Life Office Man. afternoon Oct. 1 at 4 o'clock at For Sale
Coconut Grove and South Miami agement Association :Institute the Atlas Lodge Elks' Home 329 Four one-bedroom apartments TN THE GROVE
St. Paul AME Church, <\soclateshlp Diploma from NW 16th Terr. All members of
Troop Explorer Post. Robert Joseph A. Henry, FLMI, comp the Masonic Family are Invited to in a CBS building in 3-bedroomt 1 bath CBS. Lo-
Dawkins. troller. She is the first female come out, get acquainted with Brown Subdivision 4825 cation, Hibiscus Ave. Let's

t Carver Elementary and High employee to earn this distinction the members of the new lodge. 4827 4829 4831 NW make a deal on this one.
based (successful completionof
upon
School, Pack and Troop. Clinton. prescribed examinations. "Behold how good and how 30th Ave. This property is
1 Williams and Arthur Dunn. pleasant It Is for brethren to well located in an excellent Beautiful 2-bedroom and
J. R. E. Lee Elementary: Troop dwell together In unity." Psalm
John Holloway. condition. Terms to responsible Florida room CBS. $1,500
Personal Mention 133. buyer. Phone Mr. down. Completely furnished
f Let make the International
us
DOWNTOWN MIAMI
Michael Lee Johnson, the Infant Masons a better organization for\ Walker at TU 84585. Location, Plaza Ave.
" Mt. Zion Baptist Church, Pack I son of Mrs. Mattie Ruth everyone to be a part of. -
and Troop. Will Miller Milton. aarle Johnson of Birmingham Brother Jasper, G, M. 1U IN LIBERT CITY AREA
J. Flanders and Henry Darnels. Ala., spent two months. August Near 21st Ave. Big 8-room
St. Agnes Episcopal Church, and September, with his great CBS mansion. $2,000 down.
Troop. Leroy Smith. grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee I
,Phyllis Wheatley Elementary, Carte, 3628 Thomas Ave., Coco N 'MONEY ?
Pack and Troop. Lemuel Wash nut Grove. He brought sunshineand r Near 10th Ave. 3-bedroom
ington and Roger PaschaL happiness to the family and 2 bath CBS. Has 2 air con-

IIROWNSVILLB week.returned, to his parents last If you own your own property, we can ditioned units. $1,500 down.


Floral Height Elementary, Miss Patricia Taylor arrived loan you money on it. We have first and Commercial 50 x 100 homeon
Pack and Troop. Roland Rolle last Sunday from Nassau for
second available lot. Location 22nd Ave.
and John Call 0 waT. mortgage money now.
two weeks vacation. She is living
Bethune Elementary, Pack and with her unc'e, J. Hartman Low monthly $13,000.
payments.Fre .
Troop. William McGee and Sam. Taylor and family 3160 NW
uel B. Grant 50th St. She is employed in the New CBS Homes

OPA LOCKA office of the I3OAC Airline. Her Inspections-Call Nat Stern From $225 to $350 down "
father, L. V. Taylor is assistant

Bunche Park Eelementary, Pack. superintendent of the Industrial Open Sat. and Sun. Too -
Samuel E. Stephen, School, Nassau
Rainbow Park Elementary, Percy Johnson \

Pack. Willie Nelson.. Ford Mortgage Co. Keg. Heal Estate Broker
East Opa Locka Elementary.:
Pack and Troop. Leonard Ivey 3781 Grand Ave.

SOUTH and Anthony DKOWARD Simon. Own Your j 5524 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 7.2559 Phone HI 0-0334


Gethsemane Baptist Church. Own HomeSave
Troop. Ellis King. _,mf"fc'\mTn! nu1DLmLuauIIL: : )l1C !t7\'j I 'fl\l 1J'l\iI! --c-
Starlight Masonic Lodge No.
542, Troop. Aaron Lamar.
Carver Ranches Elementary Q I!
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14 houses to choose from

Our First Section. is Sold Out

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Very nice 2-bedroom CBS. J. A. Stone, RealtorPL I

Large corner lot, carporte, Dade's fastest Area
tile roof, oak floors, air 4-2648 ,Growing !

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$695 Down CBS $90 Cash :
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$89 MONTH
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$495 Down $70 Mo. losed porch, huge living, ...._......-.....

Custom built, 2 bedroomCBS. room, full dining room, car P.S.-We are sorry we had to disappoint so many people who wanted ,'
Large Florida room, porte. Near NW 46th St. to go down. Our new schedule is Thursday, Saturday and r I

enclosed porch, garage. -- ''Sunday (after church.)

Many extras. 1491 N.W. 44th St. FOR APPOINTMENTS CALL FR 4-3297 I

Open Sunday 2-6 p.m. BE OUR GUEST FOR LUNCH

Visit us day or night. Over $500 Down Duplex .

300 homes to choose from. I-bedroom CBS, furnished.
We will help you with fie DREAMLAND ESTATES

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II WANTEDWE MT. CALVARY BAPTIST ST. MARY'S C. W. M. FRANCES S. TUCKEROur
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SPECIALIZE in ironing. Rev. E. II. Thomas, pastor Rev E. A. Culmer, pastor school has gotten off to a
Why knock yourself out?. Leave Phyllis Myers, reporter Mrs S. Dawkins, reporter wonderful start with the hope of.
the ironing to us. Call OX 1-5176. Sunday School . . 9:46 Sunday School . .i ':45 doing a bigger and better job.
Morning service . . 11:00 Evening worship . . 7:30
COUNTER GIRLS, Mi Bowling, BTU ....' ...... ...... . 5:30: Morning worship . . 11:00 first Starting with the school year the for following the
experienced, night work. See Ir- Evening service . . 7:00 time us are
WANTED win 5:30: Friday evening. First Sunday serlees will be as individuals: Mrs. J. Stinson,
CALYPSO BAND for November Sunday morning a visiting min usual with testimonial meetingin Miss M. Johnson, Mrs. Rolle,
4 appearance. CE 68662. 07 FOR RENTE. ister, Rev. Lester Albert, rendered the morning. There will be Mr. Bethel and Mr. Stewart. We
the message. preaching during evening are happy to welcome them to
EXPERIENCED beauty operator and the Lord's Supper will, be the Tucker family and hope that
PICARD Sunday afternoon at 3:00: the administered. You are welcometo they will be an asset to our
at once at Fran's Beauty Shop. Rental Agency male chorus celebrated its 2nd come and worship with us. echool.
938 NW 2nd Ave. FR 9.6367.
Rental collections; property anniversary. There were many
I Management ',real estate different churched taking parton Sunday, October S will be Our Self-Study Practicum officially
POSITION WANTED 1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7-2902 their program.. The programwas Woman's Dar. The morning started In the area of
WILL KEEP a few small child a big success. speaker will be Mrs. Gloria Robinson reading. Working with us in our
ren in my home by day or week. APARTMENTS from $10, per and the evening speaker, study, are Dr. Manning, professor -
OX 1-9346, 2060 NW 66th St., week. Unfurnished and from $18 i Our sick are: Sis. Ozio Hooks, Mrs. Lorna Simmons. You will of education at the University
apt. 11. S30 per week fully furnlahed. Free Sis. Clara Sheffield and Jerome miss a; treat if yoti don't come of Miami; Mrs. Hale, super
utilities. 834 NW 70th St. Deckett. Ws pray that they will and hear these talented :young visor of zone 6 and. our principal .
KINDERGARTEN NOW OPEN recover very soon.TEMPLE ladles. Mr. Meares.
For working mothers, GreaterSt. 3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex.: Let us Visit and pray for our
Mark's Kidergarten is now Water Is furnished. $12.60 week BAPTIST ahut-lna. We have also initiated an Extended :
open throughout the summer ly. Call E. Picard Rental Agency.FR Skills program under the
Special rates, clean wholesome 72902. Rev L. A. Thompson pastor Masonic Family To direction of Franklin Clark, whois

atmosphere for service your child., 1465 Hot NW Sunday School ......._............... 9:30 a a regular member of our
meals, pick up REAL NICE furnlahed{ apt. down Morning Worship ................ 11:00 Celebrate Prince staff. The program is designed to
CHILD CARE town area. $15. NE 40500.. 028 Evening Worship ..........._..?... 7:3C develop potentials the pupils to their fullest
Attention working mothers. B. T. U. ..........................,_....... 6:3t: Hall Day on their grade levels
APARTMENT. One bedroom. $16 within the year. It is hoped
Chi'd! care by motherly woman. 4190 NW 32nd ave. Youth Emphasis Day at that the parents of these pupils:
Fenced yard, all agee. 2119 NW Temple on Sunday was quite in Sunday, Sept. 24 will be cele will encourage them and coop
64th St. Phone OX 18741. LOWEST RENT in town. 2- spiring and impressive. All the brated as Prince Hall Day erate fully with the program
bedroom apartment. 3200 throughout the State of Florida] fully with the
: $14. participants desrve credit for a program.
For children in my home, 1219 NW 47th St. Job well done. Thanks to Miss by the Masonic family, working
NW' 66th St. PL 73325. Pick up Theodoria J. Williams under the Protection of the Our PTA met for the first
and de:Ivery. 07 SMALL HOUSE, furnished. 1318 speaker, for her challenging, guest Most Worshipful Union Grand time and we were grateful for
mes.
NW 77th St. $35 a month rent. sage; and Larry King, guest Lodge, Inc., (PHA) M. W. R. the attendance of the many parents .

FOR RENT Corner FR 1.0221.APARTMENT .soloist. Miss D. L. Hart is commended Reche Grand Master.Williams, 33 degree ,

DUPLEXES, unfurnished. as director of the group.
ROOM I. J. Meares
principalF.
1 bedroom. $10 This day is being observed to
$13 weekly, 1836 and 1837 The Mrs.A. .
recognition honoring commemorate Prince Hall the Murray and
per week.. 1457 NW 6th court. ,
NW 6th ave. Call E. Picard Rental I Inquire within. I Newbold was as touching as founder and first Grand Masterof Miss H. Balsden, reporters
Agency. FR 72902. it was deserving.
I Negro Masons in the United
BEDROOM HOUSE with Fla. I Sunday at 11 a.m. there will States by all lodges (PHA)
NW 8th
ROOMING HOUSE. 174
be Joint baptismal services for
room, throughout the United States,
owner. Electricity, hot
St.73745.12 rooms. $50 weekly. FR and cold water. Will also, keep candidates of Temple and St.Mark's Liberia, Africa and the Provinceof SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
lawn. Baptist Church, Rev. Ontario Canada.
$26 per week. 2258 NW
58th St. NE 43759. Joseph Smith, pastor, and The celebration le held annually SPIRITUALAND
3-ROOM cottages, stoves and
I speaker. however this is the
I first PHYCHIC READER
water furnished. $10 weekly. I
The Rev. Enoch Dackford of
FURNISHED annual affair held in the Stateof
COTTAGE. Also
569 NW 8th St. FR 72902.
(Union Baptist Church, Nassau, '
room in private home for refined I Florida and Grand Master BISHOP HUNTER
person, PL 7-3566. Bahamas will preach at 7 p.m. Williams is expecting all Grand
3-bedroom CBS. $25 a week. The choirs will sing Jointly and
Lodge officers to play: a major
7776 NW 14th court. PL 4-4484. I the Lord's Supper will be ad I role in helping to make the daya It yon are sick or worried, don'tfall
Move right in.FURNISHED, FOR SALECOZY ministered at both seivices. success. to Bee me today. Office hours

I Activities for Woman's Day The proceeds realized the 1
from dally p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
bedroom apts. CBS home, fence awnings, I are moving into high gear. Mrs Affair will be used for charity
utilities free. $16.60 to $20 per real bargain, by owner 3147 II Lula M. CoiPbrook: chairman of scholarships and defense. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. nnday 11 a.m.
week. Good neighborhood 137 NW 58th St. 07 the social committee, with the Grand Master Williams has to 3 p.m.
NW 25th St., Phone day FR I
support .of all the women, sent a Proclamation to all lodges
7.2196, evening FR 98530.Indf HOUSE. bedrooms, 2 baths, I promises Chairman A. Newbold throughout the Jurisdiction HEADINGS
urg
Fla. room, garage, beautiful i. and chairman M Hall bigger ing full attendance for this occa.
landscaping. 1012 NW 74th St. I things. ;lon.PARADISE 1.00
FURNISHED Efficiency unit, .
1829 NW 50th St. Call NB up

I 41263. 07 $900 DOWN, lovely bedroom '
f home, tile: porch, Fla. room, HOTEL: 5417 ,SW 17 St.
APARTMENT. Nice clean place.. fence. Must qualify FHA. ,
garage modern
hotel
a at reasonable rates WESTHOLLYWOOD .1
6306 NW 16th ave. FR 19797. 4830 NW 16th ave.
I or NE 41886.. Indf ROOMS $12.00 UP WEEKLY

DUPLEX. Low down payment FLA. PROP.
IIUNTKK
Quiet Clean
' Comfortable
FURNISHED APT. Yard. Reason
only and continue paying low
't able price. Call OX 12426. monthly payment. Call owner Modern kitchen for tenants use

III 37809. 363 N.W. 17th Street
FR
4-9395
INDIVIDUAL single houses, DON'T
COST
MRS. SARAH SMALLKY.: Owner THEY PAY
children play area, parking, quiet
RENT ONE, live in one. 2 story
and peaceful. $10 and up. Mrs. apt. Best cash offer above mort. MIAMI TIMES ADS
Donovan, Mgr. FR 14620. 617 gage. Open Saturday and Sun
NW 8th St 07 day 1457 NW 42nd St. NE
5-4317 or PL 84862.
2-BEDROOM duplex. For information
: call TU 84296. NO QUALIFYING. Modern CBS

$2,750 down. I FURNISHED Apartments. All large lot, etc. 1350 NW 45th St.
utilities furnished. $12.60 per 021 1900 N.W.75th
week. 620 NW 8th St., FR .
r 7-2902. Caretaker In Apt. 1. M I CLUB

FURNISHED Efficiency. $14. DON'T COST THEY PAY St.

Free 4190 NW gas, 32nd water av.and. electricty MIAMI TIMES ADS



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THE GLASS SAYS:

Tri-1I1.Y, Wednesday 7:30-0
Carver YMCAAnnounces
Dizzy Jones has made new )girls 15-18)).
raS Fall and Phalanx Fraternity Thursday
r- changes in his band. Mau. 7:30-8:30: : (young men 18-25).
Winter Program Y's Men International Satur.
: 1, rice is now on organ, James day (men 26.40)).
wa
r aw "Bring Your Family Circle Into Participation In these activities
ic\ r, Williams now on guitar. the YMCA Triangle." Thla U I will require a membership
tho request of the Carver YMCA tee for all Individuals desirousof
r Both Dizzy and Frank In Its Fall and Winter program taking an active part.
P, r vr i 'A of 1961.62. The afternoon activities for
ws DuBoise have great surprises According to Franklin D, young people will Include: Arts
Ross, program director of tht and crafts including ceramics,
in store for you in association, "Families do not Wednesday, 4306.: (This ached.
,. take advantage of the opportunities ule is for grade school young-
"The Big Show." ''So come offered by agencies concern stem. and teenagers.) Judo
Jw ed with providing activities for clans: Monday and }Friday 4:30-:
early and get a;;good seat. every member of the family." 8. This class, under the Instruction
of John Brantley is a
The George Washington Carver *
p YMCA It* offering this type "first" for the Carver Branch
of activity in its Fall and Winter and offers both youngster* and
200 Guests at., program which commences as of adults the opportunity to learn
: Matthews October 2, at the YMCA building. skllln In the popular class.
The facilities arc open Mon Ll
Housewarming day through Friday 3:30 thru Study the physical surround.
8 p.m. for general indoor and
ings. Location highly desir
outdoor activities, offering thefollowing
I.
The housewarming of Juanita able.
schedule for Its membership -
daughter of Mr, and
Matthews : Basketball touch football 3 large bedrooms, 2 baths,
Mrs. Carlton took
FInley place
tennis, table tennis.
pool
partly furnished including
;
Saturday Sept. 23 at 1516 NW
arts and crafts each
69th Terr. The gala affair was Family refrigerator and hot water
: Monday 7 to 8:30 p.m. Including
L attended by more than 200' well ceramics Family Fun Night heater.
wisher* and friends.
Tuesday 7 to 9:00 p.m., Family
The ladies were beautifully at Dean Supper, Month of Novem
Efficiency apt>> attached in rear.
KNIGHT BEAT tired and the men mont; handsomely ber Family Swim Night, to be For Additional Income. Largo lot
F-AT dressed The hostess was announced. GO x 112. (jrapvfrult, orange and
Club activities will be follow
charmingly drested In a white mango tree*. Ideal for A family
and lavender eyelet caprl suit. A ed as scheduled: looking for A home of distinction.
October 6-7-8 delicious assortment of horsd'oeuvres Ora-Y, Monday 4:30-5:30: : Asking
; prices $16,500
and cocktails was (boys 8-12))
served The guests brought many Tri.Gra-Y, Tuesday 4:30.5:30: Term arranged. For Inspectionand
lovely and useful gifts. girls 8-12.) further Information, ask for
EllA JONES'Hear Jr..Ill-Y, Friday .7-8t30 (boys Mr. Alexander.
J" ,' /
12-16)Jr.f) H. H. Trice & Co., Realtors
i: ". Trl-HI-Yr 7.8:30 girls '
MIAMI TIMES ADS 12-16). 144 N.E. 2nd Ave.
her sing "Don't Go To Strangers"Plus 'I FR 4-0578
Ifl-Y, Wednesday 7:309 (boy
DON'T COST THEY PAY .
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k' E R S 234 BEEF

SWIFT PREMIUM-BUTT HALVES LB. WHOLE OR SHANK LB. LB.

i HAM S 43C 39C Short Ribs 29

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' CUBE LB.t OSCAR MAYER SMOKIES .

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House-Va Gal. MISS MARGIE King Size
Ice Cream 291 JEWEL. BREAD 191
I (With$3.00 Order) Shortening 3 /ft 690
I LIBBY'S 14 OZ.
SUPER COLA CANNED 6 For
i SODAS 6 for 49' BLUE PLATE. QUART Catsup 5 for$1.a0
Mayonnalse 590
LIE\BY'S 303 Can-CUT
,, LIBBY'S DEEP BROWN 14 oz.
) BORDEN Tall Can Beets s for $1.00
1 BEANS for $1.001 '
MIL I K 3 cans 39 + Libby's Garden Sweet-303 Can
Libby Golden Cream Style-303 can
CORN 5 for $1.00 KRAFTY QUART | HEiNZ ASSORTED Peas 5 for $1.00OIL

Libby's.Slices or Halves-2 Va canPeaches4or$1.00 59c 8 Soups Cans Asst. Vegetable 99cLlBBV'S 46 OZ. 4 FOR i

.f 7 Cns...,Asst..Meats. 99c Tomato Juice $1
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Adjoining AG Store

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Agents to Bethel Usher Board THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

[Hold Convention Celebrates llthAnniversary PHIL
OSSOFER
/ SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1961 PAGE 11

I In Nassau SAYS:

DETROIT Member of the
i Inter-Amerlcftn Travel Agents Society The, No. S ushers board ot dark-sklnntd humanity but all I'
an organization of author. Greater Bethel AYE Church humanity. Those who tried to I's.
(zed Negro travel agents In the celebrated Its 11th annual Tea One of the curses of prejudiceIs degreda him because of the colorof .. t h eJ
U. S., will meet In their third annual I Sunday, Sept. 24 with the larg the indiscriminate use of derogatory his skin were so far below world'. great'
convention October 5 thru est attendance during its 11 terms In reference to him as to be out of sight.
8 at, Nassau, Bahamas. years. They wish to thank the minorities and their members. I healer and
Clarence Daln, member of the many friends for their coopera. The use of these terms Indicatesa By contrast, Douglas was one teacher
tlon given in lack of intelligence mat- of the degraders of his day. An
House of Assembly, Is scheduledto helping to make It no ..
welcome the group during the a success. ter how learned the users may Interesting etory is told revealing It you MO sick
first business session. The Baha. be. Can one be intelligent who the fultillty of' his derogatory
mas Development Board and r Special thanks to our own tries to degrade his fellowmen terms against Negroes. a nd worried

Nassau Hotel Association will Daniel Francis, guest speaker, I eay "tries" because it seems to It don't fall to **
i seems that Douglas had been
[for a wonderful message, our assistant me that the degrader is really
the
host group me. Dally 8
indulging, on the floor: of the p.m.
pastor, Rev. Hicks, our degrading himself, and not in-
honorary member senate, in a tirade against to 0 p.m.Wednesday.
L. H. Port- tended victims. Those who belittle
I I lock Jr., master of ceremony will always be little, while "nigger-worshippers.! After the

I and who also introduced the the belittled ones usually hold a> debate he walked home with special healing service -
s aAccording speaker, Mrs. Lelia Williams at much higher spiritual station [William H. Seward( later Lin. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. St. Matt.
the piano. Allen Williams, Uly than they.A coin's Secretary of State). Mr.
S and 0. Blessed the
Mea Morris, Mrs. Leila Williams, Seward, having in mind Douglas' are peacemakers
Mrs. Anna Collins, Miss Gloria comparison may be made expectation of a nomination from for they shall be called
Mitchell for their wonderful between two well known Americans the Democratic Party for the the children of God.
solos; Mrs. Evelyn Coxum, Miss : George Washington Car presidency, said, "Douglas, no
Rosa Collins, Rosalyn McQruder, ver and Stephen A. Douglass, man will ever be president who NB 4-8020
reading; Miss Shorter who was Lincoln's adversary In "
Green, spells Negrowith two g's.
,Mahoneytrlo; ushers from St. politics and the human side of Seward'iprophetic statement 1959 N.W. 59th St.
Agnes Church who served life. Mr. Carver led a Christ-
us so
foretold the degradation of this
REV. JOSIAH McINTOSH
beautifully. like life, working for the betterment man who lowered himself in the

Little Bernice Shorter for her of humanity not onlymnflJt11rrnmnflnmnmrni I eyes of both Black and White.

welcome address; utshers board
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No. 1 of Ebenezer M. E. Church; r.
usher board No. 2 of Mt. Car-
mel Baptist Church, New Mt.
Moriah Baptist ushers board;
ADULT ECONOMICS EDUCATIONSchedule
Greater Ward Chapel, Hallan. ROME
dale; St. James Baptist Church;
Wayside Guild of St. Agnes; St.
Monica Guild of St. Peter's Or
of Classes
to Earl Kennedy, 'Ithodox; Thunder Bird Club;

IATA president, Detroit, the organization Gardenia Circle, Pall Bearer
is composed of agents I I Lodge No. 15, Women Guild of

authorized to write and validate St. Agnes. To Prof. Williams, SEPTEMBER 25 rite DECEMBER. 15 1961
tickets of all airlines. The Society our ex-speaker, for a telgramsof ,
was organized in Mexico and congratulations and good

presently ha s membership in wishes. .. j"

Mexico and Middle, Bermuda East., the Carrlbbean Robert Stokes for his wonderful Northwestern Senior High and County-Wide Classes \, t

The convention agenda includes services; the president wishesto
a proposal for discussionof thank her committees, chairmen DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS ,
activities of the Bahamas De Mrs. Alice Clark, program; ,:
Mrs. Belle: Hesikiah social, for
velopment Board in the promotion
of the Negro market and beet trying in to talent bring, and you refreshments some of the Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult Education ..
study of means to improve the
public; image of the Negro travel and to all the members for their Miami Florida
,
agent. support. Mrs. Washington was
lected president In February,
Other IATAS officers are Hil
ton C. Hill. Hill, Inc., New York, 1954, and it was your prayers
and cooperation that helped her
vice Mrs.
Henderson president Atlanta; Freddye to carry on. We wish to thank DAY NO. IIEO COtmBE TDIE ROOM LOCATION'
,
secretary;
Charles C. North, Miami treasurer. Mrs. A. Cousin wife of our OF CLASSES
pastor for her encouraging re.
marks. All Bethelites, again we NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL
say thanks to everyone.
Scouts Ready For Mrs. Florence Washington, Monday 811 4 Clothing Construction 0 a.m. 1m noon Upholstery
president 811 &., Clothing Construction 12:00 8:80 p.m. Upholstery
Exposition Orltha Allen, reporter 811 4.. Clothing Construction 7':00 10:00 I.m. 40
811 4.. Clothing Construction 7':00 10:00 p.m. Upholstery
Approximately 200 Scouts 811 4 Clouting CoI"tnICtion 1:00: 10:00 p.m. 4.7.
from this area are already sign
ed up and ready to go to the 1961 Ing, they will wear some of the Tuesday 811 4.. Clothing Construction 0:00 a.m. 1m noon Upholstery
Scout Exposition to be held at costumlg' at the Expsltlon which 822 0 Basic Tailoring 12:80: 8:80 p.m. Upholstery
the Dinner Key Auditorium in brought them second place title 811 4 Clothing Construction 1100 10:00: p.m. Upholstery
Miami, October 20 and 21. nationally In "Exposition." 811 4.. Clothing Construction 1100: 10:00: p.m. 47
Alexander W. Brooks, chair- Mr. Brooks state that tickets 811 &, Clothing Construction 7':00 10:00 p.m. 40
man of District 8 Division announced
which have
that enthusiasm is been on sale since Wednesday 811 4 Clothing Construction OrOO UIIOO noon Upholstery
September 14
are now availablen 822 El haste Tailoring BU80: 8
"much higher this year" among all scouting units. p.m. Upholstery
the adult volunteers as well as 817 "Olothlng Construction 740 p.m. Upholstery
the ,boys. One of the things the Those wishing more information 811 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. 41
Scouts are Looktng forward to about the 1961 Exposition 817 4 Clothing Construction 7.10 pm. 40
is the personal ofWCKT's to be held at Dinner
appearance
Key in October
Thursday 817 4 Clothing Con.tn.ctloa 0100: a.m. 1m noon Upholstery
Charlie Baxter the can phone NA 1-8075
after
811 4 Clothing Construction 12:80 8180:
p.rn. Upholstery
Dungeon's M. T. Graves lie will 6 the
p.m. or Scout Service Cen
.
818 IS Advance Clothing Construction 4rOO 1rOO I.m. Upholstery
emcee a portion of the program. ter NE 3-6363. 9
a.m. to 5 p.m.TOOTHACHE 818 6 Advance Clothing Construction 7'00 10 p.rn. UpholsteryCOUNTYWIDE
Another one of the 1961
Scout Exposition highlights will
be the appearance of the Orderof CLASSES
the Arrow dance team. The
Florida Council's O-Shot-
South Caw team tot lufftr/ RMdltitly. bt speedy '.. Monday 811 4 Clothing Construction 10 A.m. liOO p.m. JES Home
Lodge will present
Jut from ttirobbint piln of toothwbs 817 4.. Clothing! ; Construction 7too 10:00: p.m. Orchard Villa
several authenlc Indian dances. with fast acting ORA-JCU fain 811 4.. Clothing Construction 0:30: 0:80: p.m. JRB Lee
They the recent winner at ki itcondi. Cuarintttdir I''
the National are meet held in Bloom lOll MOM?ftaclu Alt' drug .toft.. u.= 811 4.. Clothing Construction 7:00: 10:00 p.m. JE8 Homes
o
811 4.. CJothln.c Construction 7:00.10: p.m. North Dade
Ington, Ind. Winning first place 811 4.. Clothing Construction 7.10 p.m. Il.T. Washington
trophy for their precision danc- I 811 4.. Clothing Construction 7 lOO 10 p.m. A. L. Lewis

Tuesday 811 4.. OInthln" Construction 7"00. 10 p.m Maya high
811 4.. Clothing! Construction 7"00: 10 IJ.lD. Frank Martin
811 4 Clothing! Construction 7,00 10 p.m. IITW
811 4 Clothhlll Construction 1100 10 p.m. Done, ugh
811 4.. Clothing Construction 4'00 1 I.m. North Dade
811 4.. OJotlllng Construction 1100: 10 p.m. DTW


Wednesday 811 4 Clothing Construction 10 am tn 1 1.lu. Bethel AIm
811 4 Clothing; Construction fIOO 0 II.m. I. \V. Johnson
811 4.. Clothing Construction 7"00 10 II.m. DTW
\ 811 4.. Clothln.c Construction 1100 10 p.rn. Dorsey IlIgh
811 4 Clothing Construction 4:00 1 p.m. North Dade
811 4 Clothing Corwmctlon 1.10 1J.rn. North Dade
.rt11g.w > 811 4 Clothing Construction 1100 10:00 p.m. Lib. Square
1d 811 4 Clothing Co'l8tmctJon 7"00 10'00' p.m. DTW

Thursday 811 4 Clothing Construction 7:00 10 p.m. Orchard Villa
,V S1.lA 811 4 "othInK Construction 10 a.m. 1:00 p.m. lEa Home
811 oj Clothing Construction 7OO 10:00: p.m. North Dade
01AN0 1YA A 1 811 4 Clothing Construction 7:00: 10:00: p.m. BTW

l Friday 834 17 Home Decoration 7:00: 10 pan. North Dade



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Registration will be accepted at all centers according to the above I ft

schedules during the week beginning September' 25. The registrationfee

for each course of 12 lessons is $2.00 payable<: upon entrance.
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA beautician of 6043 NW 29th aYe., ria, father Julius Sr.* a slater,
died Sept. :5. She Is survived bya Mr. Beatrice Lawrence. DO YOU HAVE A
PAGE 12 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1961
daughter, Mrs. Barbara Jean PROBLEM?
Campbell l, a brother, Wilbur Service for William Henry
Plgford, three sisters Mesdames Meeks of 3128 NW 56th St.,!who Miss Carrie Johnson, family and
Lllllo Baker, Cora Lee Brlnsoa died as a result of a fatal wound personal consultant, am' help
CARDS U.- MEMORIALS and Inez Newkirk; six grand inflicted at his home, will be you. For a personal reply to your
4:30 OctL, 2 from the chap
children. Arrangementst are incomplete held : problems send a self-addressed
-- el with the Rev., O. E. Turner ,
officiating. The body will be on stamped' envelope to Miss John.

I CARD OF 'THANKS I IN MEMORIAMIn Willberry 11111 of 135 NW view from Monday 4 p.m. son,. ''p:. O. Box 0143, Pittsburgh
I II
The family of the late 14th St., died Sept. 26. He Is Survivors are a, wife', Doris 12; Pa. Consultation too $2.00.
memory of other father,' ''Cain, a brother, John
and
survived by his widow
_..,..... .. .. aTT .LILLIAN LENORA 'WATKINS relatives. Services were held of Tallahassee, three sisters of 07
who departed this life September Thursday in the chapel. New Syrmna Beach.
30, 1952.
May\ she rest In peace and Hodge Jenkins who resided at
light perpetual shine upon her. 2740 NW 44th St., died Sept. 26. :j[.
1 Y The Family Surviving are a sister two nieces.

zY<;r rn, Services will be held Friday at NO DOWN PAYMENT
w 2:30: p.m. In the chapel.

trI DEATHS CBS HOUSE .

Range .

I .t S3KBB3ESS999RflHHHIHI Mrs Rosa Crane, 4400 NW Two bedroom, tile bath, living room, dining room,

House 'of Albert 33rd ave., died Sept. 21. She wasa kitchen, 'enclosed garage, plenty storage space.
Board
member of Stewardess
I -- : :{.: No. 4 of Greater Bethel AME Hardwood floors. Perfect condition, refined neighbor
Church. Her survivors include

q' rj ,> two brothers, 'Walter Campbelland hood. Beautifully landscaped. Price $12,500. One,
Jobie Ryals and a niece,
...
1 ppayment $100 month.
Mrs. Savannah Youngblood. Ser per
vices were conducted this past

Tuesday See 920 .75th St.

e Elder William Lightbourn,
5009 SW 18th St., West Holly-
j I _. wood, died Sept. 23. He was a first then call PL 9-8824
I
MRS. HELEN POITIER REED native of Nassau and had livedIn

take this method of expressing !. West Hollywood for 10 years.
thanks and appreciation to the '1 lIe is survived by his wife, Belle,

many friends and neighbors who five !sons, Erie, Ernest, Henry,
i were so kind during our hour of Nathaniel and Richard; four
,i bereavement. Thanks for your daughters Mesdames Pearl John- Edw. W. Stone's Funeral

I: cards, letters, flowers', telegramsand son, Louise Lightbourn, Vernell
cars. Special thanks to Wells and Dorothy Lightbourn.
Temple Baptist Church, the Services will be held Saturday at
: neighbors of Brownsville; the 1 p.m. In Bethel Apostolic Temple
a neighbors of 17th court, 0 p a located at 2310 NW 68th St.. Home
Locka, the Range Funeral Home. The body is now on view at the
\I Mrs. Margaret Poltler, ;' ." home of his daughter, Mrs.
mother Johnson, 1858 NF 69th Terr.
i Edward Reid, son I ;.,; !...'.,.f...,...- .:..' 2936 N. W. 46th St.
I Mrs. Ethel Brown, sister Wlneon Hammond, 16 old Mrs. Aleph Whitehead of 15955 .
!! year
Kenneth Poltler, brother died Sept. 24. A native of Jack
student at North Dade Junior
t sonville, ,Ga., she had lived in MIAMI, FLORIDA
High School died in Mt. Sinai
Miami since 1932 and was a
f IN MEMORIAM Hospital, Sept. 21 He Is survived
member of Greater Bethel AME Conveniently located to serve the Greater Metropolitan -
his Mr. and Mrs.
( parents
by
In sad but loving of
1 memory Church She is survived ''by two
dear son brother, Henry Hammond, 16300 E. sons, Adam and Levi; two area of Miami in a dignified and courteous
: : Bunche Park Drive, a brother, a
daughters, Mesdames Mattie manner.
: sister and a grandmother. lIe
?' Rawlins and Eva Edwards her
will be view In the Locka ;
is chapel on 2 Friday Opa with Rosary father, Adam Graham and a sin For those who have relations and friends out of
p.m.
ter, Mrs. Mamie Culver. Local
services at 8 p.m. following services were conducted in Great.er the Greater Metropolitan area of Miami, you will
which he will be at home until
funeral scrvcles Saturday at 10 Bethel Thursday. Final rites find a Stone's Funeral Home in .
will be held In Jacksonville, Ga.
I a.m. at St. Phillips Catholic I TAMPA A MELBOURNEFORT
II NCO P Church, Fr. Doderty in charge.
I Mrs. Mamie Lou Lee 1755 NW PIERCE COCOA
6th place died Sept. 25. She
Mrs. Winnie Marie Cleare diedin came to Miami 17 years ago from GIFFORD TITUSVILLE

her home 1533 NW 73rd St. I Quitman Ga. She is survived by "A service as inexpensive as desired; as impressive
Sept. 21. A native of Key West her husband John, her mother,
she is survived 'by her husband, Missouri Cook and a sister, Mrs. as required"In
: Harry Sr., a daughter, Mrs. Ethel Small. Services will be shipping your beloved one home, our servicesare
Elizabeth Peoples; five sons, : conducted Saturday at 4 p.m. In the same
William, Clifford, Frank, Harry Greater New Israel Bethel
and Samuel; a brother, three Primitive Baptist Church with Phone NE 3.0793
sisters and 14
grandchildren. I Rev. Brantley officiating She is
Services will be conducted Saturday now on view in the chapel. EDWARD
at 10 a.m. at the Churchof W. STONE, Licensed Funeral Director

the Incarnation. She will be Edward Dardy, 2309 NW 7Ut 330
on view in the chapel Friday St., died Sept. 26 at Para Villa
afternoon until 9 when she
p.m. Convalescent Home. lie was a
will be taken home and remain native of Waycross, Ga., and had
until service time 'ived In Miami for 24 years lIe
Is survived by five sisters, Mes
LEROY ARMSTER Mrs. -ITuyler, Miamian dames Leola Coney and Elnora "Cream of The Crop"CBS

who departed this life September for more than 38 years and who Roberta, Mamie Edwards, Daisy
30, 1959. resided, at 314 NW 14th St., McCloud and Alice Hubbard. Ar- I
May he rest in peace. died Sept. 22 Her survivors Include rangements are incomplete. Homes Open 2.6 p.m.FHA .
I Sleep on dear one, we loved a daughter, Mrs. Marie
you but God loved you best, Arthur; two sons, a sister, two APPROVED MORTGAGELOW
'The:: Armster Family brothers, a nephew and relatives Richardson DOWN PAYMENT
of Alice Town, Bahamas. Ser-
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mother loving memory of our dear p.m. died Sept. 27. Mrs. Hall leaves to Con., garage, huge Fla. room. $400 down I
m o urn a husband, James, a
t .'. -..l. & William Douglaa of 575 NW brother, Andrew two foster $72 a month. :
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14th St., died ept. 16. lIe was brothers, John and Phillip Moah ----
sent to Thomasvllle, Oa. for ser of West Palm Beach, five aunts, 911 N.W. 47JH TERRACE I
vices. His survivors are wife, Mrs. Margaret Hampton, Mrs.
fence Fla.
y"" a t sa. Emma, a son, two brothers and Delia Thompson, Mrs. Mary awnings, room, large rooms, $450 down
three sisters Pierce, Mrs. Nellie Humphrey, No closing cost. i .
: all of Atlanta, and Mrs. Sarah ............--.... ,
service for Carol Whiley of Philadelphia cousins 944 N.W. 47TH TERR. i
Jean Quarterman, infant daughter Ira Mae Jones, Annie Brown
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Elizabeth Williams, Gertna Williams. 3 bedrooms, Fla. room, custom built, air con. Huge J
Quarterman of 14370'NW 22nd pantry. $600 down.
p Ave were conducted in Ever- -rr N ----...
green Sept. 19. Joseph B. of 21241 SW 4820 N.W. '15TH AVENUE
12th St., died Sept. 22. Services
Mrs. Elizabeth Sinclair, nurse's will be held Saturday at New Huge 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, like new FHA. $18,000.
aide at Variety Children's Hosp. Bethel AME Church at 2 p.m. He Make offer.

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I died Sept. 17. Her survivors Include daughters. 5300 20 30 N.W. 9TH AVENUE
husband, Davie, parents,
41 Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Smith, seven Jessie Gas kin, 934 NW 2nd ct. 3 to choose from. Near Grand Way and buses
w brothers and two sisters. Serviceswere died Sept. 19. Services will be ..---...-... :
I ,j. conducted at Triumph held Oct. 2 from the chapel. He 2983 N.W. 69th TERRACE 1
Church Sept. 23, Prince Mobleyin Is survived by his wife, Janie
charge. and other relatives. 3 bedrooms, fence, excellent shape, lovely kitchen.
$450 down.

Mrs. Mell Temple of Stones I. .e.--...
Florry
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nn.n 543 NW 8th St., died Sept. 16. 7605 N.W. 11TH AVENUE
IRENE FORBES Surviving are husband her parents Funeral services for Julius
who departed this life September Mr. and Mrs. Ben SmallJr. Lawrence of 2705 NW 47th St., Lovely corner, hardwood floors, carporte. $350 down'
26, 1958 ., four sisters and a brother. who died Sept. 25 will be held $66 a month.
No heart so pure; Services will be held Oct. 1 at Saturday at 4 p.m. from Mt. Moriah ... _.. _
No need too great; 2 p.m. at Chattle Grove Baptist Primitive Baptist Church
No care must wait. Church, Ojus, Rev. Otis Williams with the Rer. J. B. Bryant offi NEWS REALTYThe
No faith so firm; officiating with burial In lIallan. ciating. Mr. Lawrence was a pioneer I ( Broker That Works
No duty left undone. dale. She will 1 be on view from 12 In the funeral business and For You)
God's own true child noon Saturday. associate of the Stone's Funeral 4600 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 40655THE _

Gone to rest for awhile. Home of Tampa for 35 yean. I
The Family Mrs. Thelma Louise Bradley, Survivors Include a wife Glo. < .'




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See these beautiful homes, then come by our office

and let us help you to finance it. .',

1. 7552 N.W.. 13th Ave. '.$995 down-$65 month
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et 2. 2997 N.W. 64th 'St. $300 down-FHA .
r 4 + 4wa \ Term. $59 month

3. 1380 N.w;, 51st Terr. $500 .down-$63.69 1o.
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4. 2929 N.W. 70th Terr. $350 down--466.73 Mo.

5. 7021 N.W. 29th Ave. $83.52 Mo.
3 bedroom, 2 bath

6. 839 N.W. 56th St. $995 down
New 3-bedroom, 2 bath.eee *

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, The five year old group of Cox. Kinder. Mrs. B. E. Cox, visited Southern Bakeryon
garten had their first of many trips plan N.W. 20th St., in amazement a* they We are open Saturday and Sunday too!

ned by1 their teachers and supervisor, Mrs. watched bread being made. Refreshmentsof ..-.. I ," '
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Beatrice Cox. The
group, accompanied by'their
teachers, Miss Cleora Albury, Mr. hot sliced bread, donuts and soft Deal with the largest real estate office in Liberty' CityInc.
Albertha. Steward, Mrs. Joy Haxton and drinks were served.Are .

I FORD REALTY, .

e- a you registered eo as to : 0
vote In the Nov. 21 election On 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559
JUST BROWSIN'By that date we will be voting for Advertise It Pays!
two city commissioners. Then .
PAUL HENRY too, Kenneth Williams is a can. .. ..... tJ; ::._____ /I' ... .
didate for one of those positions.
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Negro Business and Professional gambler who had $80,146 seized .
Women Clubs, Inc., Mrs. Florence in a raid on a floating crap
Holmes, president, will game in September, 1959, had
meet in Philadelphia October 12. it returned to him last ,week. ANOTHER "FIRST" FORFlorida I IH
14 The organization has 6,000 I The Illinois Supreme Court
members. found that the State Attorney's
office failed to file a record of I
the county court proceedingswith i
As expected President Kennedy its appeal. The case was
has nominated the well known dismissed.
Thurgood Marshall, prominent Realty
NAACP legal counsel for a Judge Owners of $150,000 in bogus
of the United States Court of currency who were figuring on
.
Appeals: for the Second Circuit. i filching Floridians with these ,
The NAACP has lost one of its i counterfeit bills, were not only
beet counselors, but the appointment : disappointed, but found that the
is being met with general package sent by Railway Express Tenants I
approval of our people. landed in the hands of the U. ,
S. Secret Service agents and the '..
Mrs. Eva Lou Russell, mother senders were arrested. ,
of Arlee Russell Jr., a More- _ _ __ MOVIES V' '"
hoiue college freshman who was There's a lot of talk going on -- - - '
drowned while taking part In a about the McLeod Amendmentto GIFTSELECTRICITY! .
physical education swimmingclass the Metro Charter to be votedon ; : .
has filed a $100,000 suit October 17. It you have not
against the school and its 24 as yet made up your mind, read o ,
trustees.In both sides and don't forget to
vote. Your Browser is voting WATER
against the amendment.The HH H
Somervllle, Tenn., the Na H S
tional Baptist Convention, Inc., National Business League, o GAS
H
ha? purchased a 400-acre "Free. Dr. F. D. Patterson, former president H
dom Farm" to resettle Negro of Tuskegee Institute and EMPLOYMENT
families evicted from their ten director of the Phel Stokes
ant farms last winter, allegedly I Fund, president, holds Its 61st SERVICE
because they had registered to convention in New York City on

vote.It is the Cincinnati Reds and Oct... iI 1214.. -:::
the New York Yankees for the Register Your H
World Rood for Series.baseball.This It makes was the it Talented Child ;EwLOW RATE H HON

Pirates last year and they beat Music, Dance or Art
the Yankees. Now we are pull. Fine Arts Conservatory
ing for the Reds, and If they
do not win, we predict they will I Carver YMCA
give a good account of them OX 6-0231 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED APTS.
selves. .
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HOMESI FOR SALE Efficiencies, completely furnished, with free $1| tOO

utilities. As low as weekly JLU

1424 N.W. 55th Terrace

Open"Sunday 2-6 p.m. 1-bedroom apartments. Completely furnished $91 so

ONLY $350 DOWN I with free utilities. As low as .weekly
Large CBS 2-bedrooms, 2 bath,.large Fla. room, low

monthly payments. I I 2.bedroom apartments, completely furnished: $2650

New Northwest Area with free utilities. As low as weekly

CBS like new, 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. and utility _
; room. Payment only $81 per month.
UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS WITH 1 ftflO

CBS 2.bedroom HomeOn FREE UTILITIES. AS LOW AS weekly 10

large corner lot. Near everything. 79th St., bus to

Beach. One FHA mortgage. Manager lives on premises to keep place orderly and

clean
Beer Bar Very Nice

Beer and Wine Bar. Located in the new N.W. area. 329 N.W. 22nd St.-Rent office Apt. 116

Sale or lease. Low down payment. Call Harry < 2101 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rent office Apt. 4


Denny.Action Realty Inc. FLORIDA REALTY FH 1.4554 I

253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-4544

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HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS Hence We share family the over concern the illness of the of tin Then in Congress.write your Listed reprewnta beloware

their names. We
to
urge yoU
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roughs. We trust that Mrs. Bur
FRANK C. MARTINThe THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA roughs will recover her health. pending your thoughts legislation with and respectto im.

enlarged Frank C. Martin PAGE 14 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 30, 1961 Our first PTA meeting for the portant national issues.
,
is again headed by the able year will be held on Monday Senators may b6 addressed at:
and astute Walter A. White. The Oct. 4 at 7:30 p.m. at which time U. S. Senate, Washington, D.C.
unofficial enrollment, as of 19thof better new members of the family will Spessard L. Holland, George A.
become
September, stands at 980, compared LIBERTY CITYWe I. ested parents can be Introduced. An outline of the Smathem.
the structureand
with
to last year's 880. The to have acquainted and year's activities will be present. Representatives by District
were so pleased I. policies of the school, may
faculty ,ham grown to 31 teacher had two fluperlsors visit with us learn of the progress of their ed jointly by president Leon Kel be addressed at U. S. House of
In ly of the Dunbar Unit and by
excluding special personnel during th past two weeks: Miss children.. Representatives, Washington, D.
art, music physical education and Nelson Adams. Remember, this Is 0.
Eleanor Flnedberg (tone super The installation services of
I PTA membership' month! We will
j special education. visor) and Mrs. Dorothy Adside the Safety Patrol force were District 1. William C. Cramer

The physical plant has been (reading.) held last Thursday during our be looking for you and you. District 2, Charles E. Bennett.

expanded by the addition of a Our first PTA meeting last regular assembly period. Officer D. Love, reporter District 3, Robert L. Sikes.
new south wing his wing is beIng week was a big success. Thanks John Ne'e on, representing the Nelson L. Adams, principal District 4, Dante B. Fascell.
occupied by the intermediate goes to Mrs. Bertha Sneed, presS Metro police department, instal District 5, A. Sydney Herlong.
department.Mrs. ident, for the year. The Informaltete led the officers. Elvis W. Pas District 6, Paul O. Rogers.
a tete was quite informative chal, was Installed major of this Advertise It District 7, James A. Haley.
Hilda Kennedy receivedthe both instructional and socially. 60 member force. The student Pays District 8, Donald R. Matthews

M. A. deree from Florida A. As an aftermath, the group enjoyed body was reminded of the cooperation
and M. Unln 1ty. Congreula snacks in the school's which is expected of I

tione! cafetorlum. them towards the Safety Patrol. 1gM6FRA.M

Just in case you didn't know, This year the patrols! will en
Advance studies were done by we have several new teachers this tertain the Girl Guides of Nassau
the following; Mrs. Helen Dean, year on our staff. Mr. Sergeantand the end of the
Bahamas near
Barry College; W. A. White, Columbia our regulars, Mrs. Elmer term., Mrs. Bernice T. Johnson is
University; Miss O. Ward, and Mra. B. Parks. of the
Campbell Quebec Mrs. Terrell, chairman group.
; Teachers Arlington Smith and
Mrs. Ammons, Mrs. McKinnon Elry Sands received their M. A.'s The Family regrets the loss of IA 1
and Mrs. K. Sanders, University over the summer. Good luck.If Samuel N. McPhee, formerly of EERNAiIOMiICtANS0M0'
of Miami. your science Isn't to the fifth grade, who is now employed
up par,
Junior High.Mrs. .
or if you want to refresh your. at Dorsey 'J.;
WEST HOMESTEAD self, why not visit with us one Sylvia R. Rolle', formerly .,pJ_ -, '
I third grade Is now a
of the ,
Wednesday evening? Dr. Ken. .7I S.w .
Teachers and students are en Brick, University of Miami, our teacher In the fifth grade replac. "
thusiastically beginning this science teacher, would be pleas. ing Mr. McPhee.
year with common goals of train. ed to have you. While Mrs. Jacqueline H. Crosby
ing and achievement of plans for is ill at home, Mrs. Barbara '"
Mrs. Grace Wynn and her R. Burrows replaces her in the 'i"
developing our school's program.To
"
staff and Mrs. Moon deserves :
these ends our steering committee a second grade. ; wt.,
bouquet of roses for being so Mrs. Barbara Howell Allen was ,;
has selected the areas of
kind to us during our teacher welcomed by her coworkers NOV% '
English and Science to be explored orientation
I as our school wide Instructional Our week. when she returned to work this :: .
secretaries
I Improvement project. Love and Mrs. Margaret: Mrs. Mary Cruz to week after an illness. :" "

be Walter C. Cogdell, principal .
The eighth grade has been complimented for the coop. Gwendolyn Welter* and
added to our school which has erative, yet professional spirit
ElliLott Scavella P. R.
t in which ,
hiked our enrollment tremendous. they have accepted and
Iv. New teachers joining the performed their recently-accrued 3 LOCATIONSTO
I faculty are Mrs. Ruth Abrams, duties. j DUNBAR ELEMENTARYA

Mrs. Martha Clarke, Mrs. Carole The resource class Is well on
r, Raskin and Mies Mary Francis the way thanks to Darnell, representative group of parents *
Baldwin, secretaries. William reading specialist, and D. Thomas enjoyed a typical school SERVE YOU.
Belle, arts and crafts, Tommie the teacher, Invite your at lunch with their children on last
Whipple and Willie McIntosh, tention to the work and experience Thursday. This Is the second of
physical education teachers, Ma. planned for the group. such annual aalrr.

jor Balsden, special adjustment ,Mary F. Williams, principal The Dunbar Mothers Club,
education and Miss Martha Col. Denis R. Thomas, IV, Rep. under the leadership of Mrs.
lins. Gussie Hamilton met briefly after
lunch period for a tentative
Debra Ferguson, a seventh BETHUNE ELEMENTARY organization of this year's activ- U L ERt

grade pupil has been choosen to Wednesday, Sept. 20, the curriculum ties and the payment of dues. .-.
narrate the morning devotionsfor
j the assistant, Mrs. M. Edge, The joint third grade arithmetic
year.
Luther began classroom visitations with workshop Is meeting with
Johnson custodian
Mrs.
I the first teachers much enthusiasm
Barbara J. Thomas and Mrs. Mar grade on the part of .ffiI
tha J. Roker are absent from During this time, pupils are third and visiting fourth grade
their posts due to illness. being carried through the teachers at 'Dunbar. Special em. .-.

N. L. Bethel, principal "Readiness Stage" of their edu phasis is being placed on the --.
cation. The main activities basic cohcepts
Thelma S. King, reporter being of arithmetic.Mrs. .
carried out now are visual and Hawkins, curriculum as
I auditory discrimination, which sistant and Mr. Adams are workIng -
RAINBOW PARKA help the pupils to see and hear cooperatively with grade
4 the likenesses or differences in and individual classroom
series of events enriched our groups O OPA LOCKA
words and objects. teachers to Improve class group

) preplanning.greatly from a special We telecast benefitted by The resource teacher, third ings to provide optimum placement 2530 Service Road MU 8-3311
I
Dr. Joe Hall, superintendent of grade teachers and the curriculum of children.
public Instruction of Dade. Mrs. assistant visited Poinciana Mrs. Love, our librarian, who LIBERTY CITY
Alma Brooks, retired principal of Park Elementary on Sept. 20 to returned on Monday from a
Bunche Park School and Mrs. begin an service program in week's meeting in Detroit, took 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.7661

Dorothy Adside, reading arithmetic. We hope to get much off one day to visit some Detroit
supervisor
participated with members Information In order to better elementary schools using ETV
of the faculty in a discussion on help our pupils In this area of program to see what effect this s HOMESTEAD
"Earmarks of a Quality Teacher" study. First and second! grade program had on the library program 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7.9771
East Opa Locka Elementary teachers will begin their In- in those schools. She
School was Invited to share withus service arithmetic program Oct. brought back two gifts to the
the 4 via telecasts from channel 2, school library a book "In.
"Highlights of the New
the Albert-directed services are now
Arithmetic Program" educational channel. dians of Today, biographical

presented by Mrs. Madge as Portier was, Approximately 160 parentswere iketchse of outstanding Indiana available from three locations.
Arithmetic Supervisor. An present for our first PTA In America, and a large, colorful
nble time was had by all aa enjoy.the meeting last Tuesday evening in map of the locations of Indian Choose the one most convenientto

teachers shared their summer the cafetorlum. Mrs. D. Wllcox, tribes in America. your family and friends. The
l experiences. Refreshments president, had members of the Dunbar now has a trio of like
were
''I perved by the principal. faculty and staff highlights for surnames to add to Its quartet of same outstanding, comforting
the school term. Bethels. Our quiet, shy but
capable
I The High Achiever' Commit. assistance is available, no matter
tee la as "busy as a hive of Patrons are reminded of the secretary, the former Mary
bees" planning challenging enrichment regular meeting of the PTA each Gloria Philip, has been Mrs. Will which location is preferred.
activities for our high third Tuesday of the month. It Howard Miller for the past ten
ability pupils. is through the PTA that Inter. days. Our very best wishes to her

Our family continues to grow.
Mrs. Edna Stallworth, Miss Bar. Complete Funerals
hara Farmer and S. Frank Me-
''fl Koy are the newest additions. We See America The Beautiful !

are looking forward to a banner from $150Your
year of quality teaching.Mrs. .
R. L. Fortson, principal IN AIR CONDITIONED, RECLINING SEATED

IJ Mra. R. C. Cannon, reporter
I STREAMLINED Social Security can bury you call us

I, ;; ORCHARD VILLA for further information

The faculty begins a series of GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYS

I eventful educational projects for
the year. A special class for the
high ability is underway with BUSES
I stimulating guidance of Miss Jo

!. Ann Grolatt, o n e of our sixth DU5711Jerl.
grade teachers.
A self: study
I practicum in the, language arts ASK ABOUT OUR
,I Is being spear headed by Dr.

Richard Chambers and zone sup. SPECIAL RATES FOR GROUP TRAVELWe '
ervlsor, Miss Eleanor Fienberg. ?

The faculty continues review, re- Reserve Your Seats. Pick up Your Tickets Here
teach and to motivate the pupilsof

Orchard Villa. This year's .,
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Our OfficeNORTH'S
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tertaining and quite constructive
for school and community. Mr. TRAVEL BUREAUFR

Strachan'e class entertained the
PTA with a creative play for the 9.8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
month of September entitled,

"The,1.p'!1 Safety School." Charles North, Manager 8t LESTER: C. ALBERT Funeral Director
I Clora Pearsall, principal
X. Strachan, reporter i. 342 N.W. ISth Artou OX 1-7681






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EBENEZER School .METHODISTSunday . . 9:30

Morning worship . . 11:00 SEE THE SOUTH'S

I i Evening worship . . 7:00 LEADING COLORED
metaBAHA'i Rev Aaron D. Hall 'Sr., pastor

E. Ingram, reporter -CONSULT PSYCHIC READER HER-

Sunday, Oct. 1, is Worldwide
Communion Sunday, in which
Methodism shares. The pastor

FAItH appeals for a great Increase of
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
Liberty City Lutheran church attendance on this day

Dr. Sarah Martin Pereira, mem.. 1571 N.W. 68th Terrace Sunday School 1. . 2:00: and also the program of the
ber of the National Spiritual Assembly Rev. Ernest Williams pastor Worship Service . . 3:00 chorus. This event promises to be
of the Baha'Is of the Deacon Fred Williams, reporter Carver YMCA church.

United States, will direct a teach Sunday School . . 9:30: Rev. John Dede. pastor The date
of the
baby contest
Ing conference for the Baha'ls of Morning worship . t 11:00:
Greater Miami Saturday, Sept. 30 Evening worship . . 7:30: The Rev John Dede will speak has been changed from Friday,
at the Church of the Open Door on the theme "In King Solo. Sept. 29 to Tuesday, Oct. 3. This
786 NW 61st St. We invite you to come out and mon's Shoes." Hoy Communionwill Is being given for the benefit ofWoman'a

spend a Sunday with us. Our be celebrated in the worship Day. Let of
The theme for this conference friends are always welcome. service. her year experience guide
and
which will be held from 10:30 2ND ST. LUKE M. B. protect you throughout life
We enjoyed the four 10-mlnute Along with its sister Lutheran ss a lighthouse guide the ships In
a.m. to 4 p.m. will be "The Callto
Action" sermonettes last Sunday night. churches the Liberty City con 3261 NW 51st Terrace a storm. For success In business
gregation will celebrate this and love.
Rev. James C. Nelson, pastor
Dr. Pereira Is a professor of THE INCARNATIONWinter Sunday, Oct. 1, the 10th anniversary Sunday School . . 9:30 DON'T STAY IN THE RUT. GET
Romance Languages at Tennessee year of the "This Is theLite" Morning worship . 11:00 OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF

State University She earned Schedule TV program. On the air Evening worship . . 7:30 GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU
the Ph.D. degree at Ohio State Sunday ,. every week without interruptionsince
University. She has traveled In 1835 NW 54th St. the fall of 1951, the Luth Office Hours:
Haiti Jamaica and Puerto Ricoto Father Elisha Clarke, Jr., vicar eran program now has enough CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
programs on film to round out 9 to
develop the Baha'l Thur. a.m.
220 N.W. 20th
In these teaching Low Mae . . . 7:30: Its 10th year of telecasting Street 7
program areas. Elder G. G. Fann, pastor p.m.
Church School . 9:30:
.i.
The regular weekly discussionwill High Mass . . . 10:45: This is the longest unbrokenrun Sister Mary Browder, reporterWe DAILVSunday
Invite to come and
for
30-mlnute you
be held at the Baha'l Center Special guest at this service will dramatic any filmed worship with us.
8 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 1. The subject be the president faculty and staff program. About 300 :
stations this Sunday School . . 10:00:
carry popular series 10 3 .
for this session will be "The of the Dade Junior College.Jr. a.m. p.m.READING
not Morning worship . 11:30:
only throughout the
Promised Day Is Come" EYC . . 6:00: p.m. United
Sr. EYC . . . 6:00: p.m. States and Canada, but
'INEW MT. CALVARY Evensong with sacrament 7 p.m. also to our armed forces overseas SUNRISE M. B. CHURCH 1.00 UP
well
as as in Puerto Rico,
WednesdayLow Bermuda and 3087 N.W. 60th St.
7103 N.W. 22nd Ave. Mass . . . 6:30: been Australia. It has Rev. II. DeLaughter
Rev. W. P. estimated that 10,000,000 pastor S3 Years Experience
Tarpley
pastor ThursdaySt.
viewers Sis. Clara Carter
Sunday School . . 9:30: Bernard's Jr. Choir 6 p.m. tune In the program secretary
every week. Sunday School . . 9:30: MADAMHUNTER
Morning Service . .
11:00 8-14 Girls and boys
Ages years.
Locally, the program can be Morning service . . 11:00:
Evening Service .
.
,
7:30 FridaySt. seen on channel 5 every morn. Evening service . 7:30
Cecella's Choir . 8 p.m.
We wish to thank the many SaturdaySt. ing at 9:30 a.m. 1657! N.W. 73rd ST.

visitors and friends who came to Vincent's Acolyte . 6 p.m. ST. MARK'S BAPTIST MIAMI, FLA.
help us this past Sunday to make GREATER NEW BETHELOpa
our Woman's Day a success. 801 N.W.' 62nd St. Don't Writs-Csll In Person

Our pastor's anniversary starts SALTER'S CHAPEL Locka, Fla Rev. Joseph Smith, pastor
Rev. W. K. Smith School . .
pastor Sunday . 9:30
Rev. W. K. Smith
Oct. 18 with St. and 27th Ave. .
N.W. 48th
Wllene C. Robinson, secretary Morning worship . 10:00
and Thursday his congregation.night, Rev. C. J. Rev. II. J. Benson, pastor Sunday School . . 930 BTU . . . . 6:00 MIAMI TIMES ADS

Burney. You are Invited. There will 'be a lovely trip to Morning worship . . 11:00 Preaching . . . 7:30
Hawaii Saturday, Sept. 30. Leaving Evening worship . . 7:30 All are cordially Invited to our
DON'T
Let us continue in prayer for services. COST THEY PAY
the sick and those that are the church at 7:30 p.m. by Serlces at Greater New

greived over the loss of their Pan American Airline. Bethel began with a Promotion .. ---

loved ones.GRACE. Dinner will be served after Day program in Sunday School, Teller
Not Palm Render Not
Fortune
rendered a a
you arrive. Price $1.00. For further by the youth of the
PRESRYTERIAN Information call Mrs. Nellie church, which proved to be a Not a Rootman Not God Either But

Byars at PL 92084. Sponsored huge success as these youths rep-
JUST A GOD SENT
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. by Mrs. Byars.FRIENDSHIP. resenting the church of tomorrow MAN

Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor carried out this program Rev. Sh *nh' rd Bogaetora

Sunday School . . 9:80 M. BAPTISTRe. with adult like efficiency.

Morning service . . 11:00 Rev. L. W. Garam of Pensa- Do have
Evening service . . 7:00 W. E. Sims, pastor cola was the guest speaker at yon a problem?
Wed. night study . 8:15 Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter the morning services as ho Business Dad, Marriage

Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Sunday School . . 9:30 brought a most beautiful and in Falling, Can't win the manor

Morning worship . 11:00 spirational message from the woman you love, Been
Every member should be In Evening worship . .1:00: theme "Heaven's Insurance." Crossed, Need Money,

faithful attendance this Sunday, BTU . . . . 5:30: The message was enjoyed by all .
as we have the celebration of broaden. ; ICverythlng Going Wrong?
and
World-Wide Communion. In the Usher Board No. 3 is sponsor with enlightening tf t '
this divine Health Had? Can't Satisfy
morning sermon, "God's Fam Ing the Six Trumpets on Tues lug facts concerning

ines", we will explore the biblical day Oct. 3, 8 p.m. The public is insurance. A dynamic speaker who ''a lour Husband or Wife?
significance of the many invited. We will also have our his message left everyone
famines, which occur time and monthly obserance of our Com heard it spiritually filled. Want A New Homo or Car?

again among God's people in the munlon service on Sunday. Rev. Garam 1 II pastor of John
tOld Testament.The The Baptist Church of Pensacoaand : -

Church School staff pre THE CHURCH third vice president of the 4' SEE ME TODAY
rented an enjoyable programlast General Baptist State Conventionof
Sunday evening highlightedby (Undenominational) Florida.At Never before In the history
a skit that greatly amused Bishop 1 J. Robinson, pastor 3 o'clock the junior choir ?' of Afianii, have so many
both the youth alike. This Sunday Llllle O. Hall, reporter No. 2 celebrated its auxiliary day people been helped by this

evening we will begin a series Sunday School . . 10:00: program and a wonderful time. great wonder man.
of evening devotions and Bible Morning Worship . 11:30 was had by all. Visitors are always

discussions. YPCW . . ...... .1:00: welcome to worship with V'1 It costs nothing to
Evening Worship . . 7:30: us. Jk.- V V

MT. HERMON A. M. E. come in and talk
We enjoyed a most inspiring ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev.

Sunday School . . .:10 day in our service on Sunday.The 627 N.W. 9th St. Apt. 1 FR 1-3363
Morning Worship . 11:00 Lord poured out his spirit J. W Stepherson, pastor ,

Rvetring Worship . . 7:00 upon us in the fulnell.I M T. Copeland, reporter
Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor Sunday School ................ .... v'ASBTU :
I I God Is calling his people over ..............-........................... 5:30 I
Our fourth quarter was held' one by one. Through his calling Morning worship . 11:00
Friday night with our presiding he has moved from our midst our Evening worship . 7:00
elder, F. A. Allen Jn charge :, beloved mother Venle"Lee Hut- Central Life Insurance Co. of Florida
The opening service were con chlnson of Hallandale.: She was Men's Day at Antioch Sept.

ducted by our pastor, Rev. S. L. I funerallzed on Sunday. 24 climaxed a fund raising drive
ANNOUNCES
Gay Our junior choir was in with the sum of 2660.44 rain
charge of music. after which our Sunday evening, Oct. 1, 3:30 ed for the new church. We hopeto
chapter of the Book of Acts. o'clock we will be In divine wor- complete it soon.
ship with Bethel Apostolic The chairman, Deacon E. D. New Combination HospitalAnd
The house was then opened for Temple. Pastor D. Aklns. Walker and chairman Deacon

business first in order was reelection J. II. Copeland say many thanks
of officers. All board and MARTIN MEMORIAL to everyone who took a part in Home Policy

club members made very nice this program.
reports. .Money reported was Richmond HeightsAll Services Sunday will follow

$100. plans have been made for the usual procedure.Let Hospital Benefits up to $15 per day

a great day on Sunday Oct. 8, us pray for and visit the

ST. PAUL A. M. E. the observance Martin Memorial.of Woman'sDay A grand sick. Home Benefits up to $20 per week

R.v. M. J. Parson, pastor I at Olive Missionary
Is planned. The womtnare Mt.
program .
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
cordial invitation POLICY
Sunday School . . 9:30 extending a Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor ALL IN ONE
their guest.
Morning worship . 11:00 to be 2nd Ave., Hallandale. Fla.

Evening worship . . 7:30 I Mn. Elizabeth Espy Johnson Yvonne Jacksn, reporter SPECIAL AMBULANCE, MATERNITY AND

principal of Phyllis Wheatiey: Sunday School ..........._.._.. 0:43:
Our visiting minister Rev. Elementary School will be the Morning service .............._. 10:45 MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL BENEFITS
Dukes from Hialeah brought us morning speaker accompanying Evening service ..___ 7:30
the morning message Mrs. Braynon's her will be ,her thrilling faculty .

program was a success. I chorus. The night speaker will ST. STEPHENS BAPTIST Branches StatewideContact
and
is be Mrs. Wllbelmlna Rhetta a. Agents
Everyone preparing themselves
1781 N.W. 73rd Street
Booker T. Washington -
of
member
for Woman's Our
sick members are Mn.Day. AudryGrace High School faculty and a. Rev. James P Waldon, pastor one of our Agent or Branch Office
of our community. You Sunday School . 9:30
resident
,. Mrs.Rev. Ford Ruth Mack Mrs.Carey. a cannot afford to miss this treat. Morning Service . . 11:00 Statewide for Additional Information

inspiring brought for us the I I Dorothy Hepburn, chairman BTU . . . . GOO
"ft'Y.enfng. message Doric Walker reporter Evening Service . . 7:30







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their daughter, Martha. Edythe -IIP'I'II/
; Her. Fred D. Wright, pastor -
and Shealy son of Mr. and Mrs. FOR SALE "LEGION OF THE LOST"IN
Theodore II. Crumel!, Saturday
K A tea will be given Sunday afternoon. Oct. 17 at 6 p.m., 26 Corner COLOR
Duplex
Custer Ave., Newark, N.J.
t Oct. 1 from 3 to 6 p.m. at the
home of Mrs. Emily Williams, f John WJayne Sophia Loren
in behalf of the St. Luke Baptist Crusaders to HonorFr. 1210 N.W. 57th St.
Church, Rev. Ellis King,
pastor. The public !Is Invited. .- GibsonThe Open Sun. 3-5 p.m.

Crusaders of the NAACP 1430 NW 59th St. .
The CWH Chamber of Com will honor Father Theodore R. SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY
merce meets Monday, Oct. 2 at Gibson, Sunday Oct. 1, from 4 2161 NW 59th St.
its building. All members are til 6pm. with a get-together The rlbald.lmpudenf, ,
asked to be present. tea at the home of Dr. and Mrs. 1426 NW 58th Ter. moving
but always
Charles Williams, 1370 NW 6th ))1- .4'a
\ Friday at p.m. Big Wed- Ave. All friends are welcome to 1232 NW 55th St. account of the: encounter
ding will come off at Central join us In the celebration. Dr. I between a glrl-of-
naptist Church, when Ben Hart Williams' Is chairman of this af 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, :: .., the-streets In a Grecian
will be married to Miss Eleanor fair.
Florida kitchen all ..
Clear of Nassau. There will be room, seaport town.
I representatives from "foreign -. electric. and the Americanwho
countries." This will be a treat, wants to rescue
Corner lots for sale terms
FINEST -
(, sponsored by Mrs. E. J, Clark. her from her desperate

NOTICEArthur One bedroom Apts. We build on your lot (or }sit?)

Adults only NO MONEY DOWN situation.**
Florence, formerly of
Opal's Vogue Beauty Fair, is now 5815 N.W. 12th Avenue Cash paid for your lot
operating at La Charm Beauty BARON NAd
Palace, 6245 NW 17th Ave. For "" MHHK
appointment call OX 1-9858? JH 8-1340 JO 2-4348
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