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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 7, 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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RACIAL BOARD OPPOSES BIAS BANK*. U.S. Court Asked to Reverse -


A policy resolution
opposing

racial issued+ discrimination by the Federal baa Home been
Rev.
Gibson's
Loan Bank Board In Washing Contempt Conviction \ !

ton. D. C.. to the 4.70(1' ( savings
and'10a21 assoeiattowi
over which
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it has -
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supervision.The
major WASHINGTON Refusal ofa I t I valid reason why he should not alleged communist influence In clergyman are Robert L. Carter.
portionof, mortgage contempt conviction of Rtr. I b required to produce the rec- organizations operating in the NAACP general counsel, and
construction financing is handled for private home Theodore R. Gibson, president of ords at a committee hearing and fields with a view to ferreting him assistant Mrs. Maria L. y I
savings and loan by these the Miami NAACP, II asked in ordered him to appear again fields with a view to ferretngout Marcus, both of New York City;
Headed association a brief filed Sept. 28 with the with the records for questioningby organizations and Individuals G. E. Graves Jr., of Miami; and '
by Joseph P. IfcMur-
since I United States Supreme Court. the committee. At the second "advocating violence or a course Frank D. Reeves of Washington.
ray May, three-man board
a
Father Gibson an Episcopalian hearing on. July 27. 1960, he of conduct which would constitute i
WJM passed'! the the first resolution time June 1. It priest, was held in contempt by again refused to produce the rec a violation" of the laws of The brief they submitted to the \
inch action Supreme Court behalf of Fr.
the Florida Legislative Investigation ords. Florida.In on
was taken by a federal
agency Gibson asserts that "the record
supervising mortgage lending in. Committee because he refused On August 30. 1960, a state accord with NAACP policy, fully documents the contentionthat
stitutions. to produce the NAACP circuit court adjudged Father Father Gibson refused to Identify the public identification of
The Federal Reeerre System membership list or to identify as Gibson in contempt of the legislative association members and con. membership in the NAACP in
the Federal Deposit Insurance members of the association names committee and sentenced I tributors on the ground that such Florida results in reprisals of
System and the comptroller of of persons read to him at eom.I him to six months imprisonmentand disclosure would expose them to various proportions.: It cites Instances -
currency hare not done so let,,:I mlttee hearings Tallahassee, a fine of $1,200. economic reprisals and other of bomb threats, shootings -
although President Fla., Nov. 4-5, 1959. forms of persecution and dis '
Kennedy
I The legislative committee was dismissals from jobs, tele.
pledged such a more during his A state trial court held, on established in 1956 for the ostensible crimination. phone harassment, and threats of
S} campaign.I, I July Ii, 1960 that there wu no purpose of Investigating Representing the militant I intimidation.

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Wins Racial FightThe


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President's Committee on complaint has been filed, the wanted to maintain harmony" on ,
Equal Employment Opportunity committee reported. the job.. lie had 14 white carpenters .
upheld on Wednesday In Wash The committee was told by working at the same I
ington the Miami Carpenters' Perkins that he refused to hire time. lie employed the non

District Council's complaint of Negro carpenters "because he union worker later. I

racial discrimination In hiringfor .
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federal projects. a e1,j'v s Y, ,,y.H M
The Council charged that. Ernest .
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the United Builders of Orlando N.C. NEGRO GETS ,
j: at a 1500,000 Army reserve bar.
racks here, refused "polnt
blank" to hire 10''' Negro carpen
tars one of whom did not belongto
the union. ASYLUM IN CUBAWHITE

ti Arthur F. Stewart, business!
f representative of tbe district'

council said, "Some of our Ne Robert F. Williams, 36, of % .H
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gro members were 'refused jobs Monroe, N.C., wanted in his { ,
because of their color." hometown for the kidnapping of ATTY.
"I filed the complaint: to pro a white couple, arrived in Cuba
tect the rights of my members." last week as a fugitive, and was REPLACESTHURGOOD
Two N fgro corpenters and a granted asylum by the Castro V 1
Negro mfeonry crew have been government.In .
hired by Jhe contractor since the MARSHALLJack
\\" a news conference, Williams
called on the Monroe Negroes Greenberg. a white man,
to defend their rights in the fight ha been named chief counsel
for integration. He declared that for the National Association for
he fully supports the Cuban revolution the Advancement of Colored
: and said that he will try People. lie replaces Thurgood
to Inform the American Negro Marshall, who has been appointed
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of "the truth about Cuba.
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to the u 8. circuit court
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i.. MAt l w .It& 'was indicted, 'by 'a 'Union- Appeals, Marshall commenting I I "" ,.-, .-
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MEET YOCH CITY lk $, U6itat1.. "n
County grand jury last.,August on the appointment, said: "As .
,;.......)i::'. and accused'at helping-Bother No. those who are fighting discrimination COMMISSION CANDIDATE: business administration. 'I....:;' I i
0' ,,' groes; abduct a white :couple for we cannot afford to practice Kenneth Thomas Williams, 37, He hart taught in the schools -.' ..,;' !

several hours during a racial It." owner of Shell Service Station' of, Dado County, worked for six ,
disturbance. with the Miami Housing I
years
6195 NW 22nd Are, has quaJl-'
Williams blamed President FOR THREE SUBS Authority, and was manager of I
Kennedy for personally orderinghis fled as a candidate In the Novem. two of its largest project*-Lib-
arrest. lie said he bad freed OPEN HOUSE SETAn ber elections for the city com erty Square and the James E.

the couple, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce mission. Scott Homes. J
!' open house in three Navy
, G. Segall, from the angry Negroes submarines the USS Williams is a of World *' I
Tirante, Williams I Is a son of the late veteran '
and had protected them in Barracuda and Mackerel will Rev. Randolph Williams and War II. He served for thr<<. ymr"" ) t L
his own home. be hed: at Pier 3, Biscayne Blvd. Mrs. Caroline Roache Williams.Two two as sergeant' in the Western j
yA The Stegalls were released un. and NE 9th St. as part of Miami's of his brothers, Raphu and Pacific.: !
harmed. Mrs. Stegall reportedlysaid Salute to Servicemen Week Phlcoi, are local businessmen. !
t that Williams refused to The public will!! be able to lie Is a member qf YMCA. t
help the others who tied them tour the subs from I 9, to 11 a.m. lie is a graduate of Booker T. JESCA, American Legion. Veterans -
4iM up and criticized them for the and 1 to 4 p.m. Saturday and 1 Washington High School of this of Foreign Wars, ShrlneraKaiah
1# kidnapping. to 4 p.m. Sundar.7YEAR city, Tnskegee Institute, and I ,( Temple), Mt. Zion Bap.
II I list, Church where he sings in ,
t Mm. Alice A. Dunnigan, educational choir No.2. His hobble are
" consultant to the Presi swimming and group singing.

dent's Committee Opportunity on Equal will Employment ad.. OLD GIRL KILLED BY CARover His wife .Is the former Caroline J

dress a mass meeting on Sunday.Oct. Young Their daughters :
Dahlia, 9, and Leah, 5, are students ,
Bethel AME
8 at Greater I
Glendell Harris, sevenyearold and oTer Her left leg was tn to Baptist Hospital where she at Holy Redeemer Catholic -
Church at 4:15: p.m. daughter of Mr. and Mrs broken In two places, her left died a few minutes later. School The family lives at

.).[n. Dunnigan comes to the Ernest Harris, 17025 SW 99th arm broken and her head sever Besides her parents, she Is survived 1070 NW 63rd St.
city with a vast amount of court Perrine, was killed!! on "ly Injured. Glendell wu tak by 10 sisters and brothers. I,
knowedge: on equal opportunities U. S. 1 as she attempted to cross William is the fifth Negro to Jig
for Negroes in employmentShe In front of a speeding car Sun run for the Miami commission.
" will address the day morning.The The first was Sam B. Solomon in
1"--, meeting on the subject 'The child had slipped away 1943. O.. L. Nickerson John "
Importance of Registering andVoting. from home with her twin sister, Tampa Integrates 1 NegroTAMPA Diaz and Atty.. G. B. Graven, also
." Mrs. Dunnigan Is an experienced Blendtll, and an older sister, I
newspaper woman beIng Barbara Ann, 11, to visit Per- tried. Graves polled 2,898 votesIn
the first Negro woman to fine's shopping center. As the A small Negro boy for the Handicapped at 0 a.m. 1953 but all four candidates ,
bold a White House press pass others hesitated! she darted who can't hear brought public lie Is tbe son of the Rev A. were unsuccessful. Two years I

and the first to become a member right into the path of ft car drlv school integration to Tampa Leon Lowry, president of the ago, Williams' brother, Raphu | |t..
of'the State Department of Correspondents en by Harry Wallace who wasdriving
Thursday. Florida branch of the National was a candidate tor the Home I
Association. at 35 miles.Metro
No citizen can afford to miss Accident Investigator Benjamin Lowry, 7, walked Association for the Advancement stead city commission, but foil

this address by Mrs. Dtznnigan. Roger FIT said, "She was rolled quietly into the Bayslde School of Colored People. 14. J
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TO BE Oil NOT TO BE, that "Don't Go To Strangers," I little as $15.00 a Week
!s the question. To' be Metro or "People Will Say We're In Love" I
toot to' be Metro? Most Negroes and many others. Dinah Washington '
will vote against Metro because the Queen, did a record I Your Choice of 2 3 and 4 Bedroom Homes!
they don't want high taxes. Next business for the Glass, but I be > '..'
we ask, what h8.8'Metro done for love that Etta will crack that .
Us? And the answer is a big fat record O. K., so she's not as FEATURES IN THESE: : DELUXE HOMES
nothing! The good Jobs that well known as Dinah, but once
Metro gave out were not to' any th> tlrstnlghtera dig her they'llbe
Negroes. Metro raffle court hada back again and again. I know Terrazzo floors Awning type windows
: ball giving tickets and paying the Glass, and If she Is availableI fixtures in color All inside walls painted
Plumbing
more than sure that The *
fines. Now that there Is a move am
to' abolish Metro, the membersof Glass will want to keep her over Glass tab enclosures Gas room heater, recessed in wall
another week. If she Is avail
the Metro government are Landscaping
asking that we vote to' keep able. I don't know If she Is Tiled bathrooms in color *
Metro alive. Somebody should bringing her own musicians, but Built-in electric oren and range Paved ttettta sidewalk
tell the County Manager and the nevertheless, the Glass has Frank City water
commissioners that the Negro Duboise and Dizzy Jones and be CLOSETS CLOSETS CLOSETS *
vote can help: make or break tween them, they can really LOTS-75 ft. x 100 ft. (at least)
Metro. The Negro vote Is Important work out a swinging jazz and All closets with sliding louvrad Laundry connectIons
and from where I look, ballad group from their groups. doors *
somebody had better get over Don't miss Etta Jones, the prideof Close to schools, churches andshopping
din-
here quickly and start explainingto Brooklyn and one of my fay Sliding glass doors leading to center
the Negro people If you don't orite vocalists ing room
understand the vote, Yes or No',
for October 17, ask somebody I FOUND A New pffftce' where
or call somebody who knows Mr. you. can save money If you have
McC'oud Is going to' get most of trouble with the transmission on
the Negro votes and If he doesn't your car. Public Transmission on No Down PaymentPAY i
do' something: about this. area, he NW 64th St. between 13th and
Is going to' find himself short on 14th aves. They are very nice i
these votes. If the vote to' 'abolish people to deal with and guarantee
Metro succeed what will Mr. their work 1th reasonable
McLeod give the Negro for his prices. ONLY SMALL CLOSING COSTS !
support? If the Negro vote helps
to' defeat Metro, and returns the IT TELLS THE STORY of 'A
five-man county commission will guy who' goes into a Joint and M
be offer us better Jobs. There are sez, "Quick, a bottle of Golden y4t
plenty of qualified Negroes for Spur." One hour later the same
these Jobs that are given to guy comes in and sez "Quick,
everyone but Negroes a bottle of Golden Spur" Finally -
after the 12th bottle, the bartender
PRETTY GIRL of The Week: sez to the customer,
Barbara Dullard Sunlight Beau how come so' much Golden
ty School) Prettv Boy of Spur?" And he sez, I dig those
the Week: Kelly C. Wilson Westerns on TV, and every time
Man About. Town: Butterball. those cowboys have a drink, I do
too. Man, they Just gotta cut out
O\E OF THE WnffWa protest those Westerns, every time I lit
mimics, George Kirby is backin down I can feel those Golden
Miami and looking' good. He Spurs in my aw forget it, I
i the Butterball. Two' more pounds
and he will be as big ,as B i g THE FLAGLER Dog Track is
Maybelle. He Is appearing at open again, and is as nice as
the Playboy: Club (A Private ever. Everybody was there for '
Key Club) that la not segregat opening night and more money *
ed. passed acrose the counters} Won
der where all that money came
from. ? That big dog (Mayme
SOME OF YOU might have picks them by size) won again. I
missed this column when I wroto She doesn't remember his name,
about Kenneth Williams running but when he walks up the tracks FIVE MODELS TO CHOOSE FROM
for a seat on the city commission. she walks to' the window. Sez he's
Maybe there are those of so big he has to' run over everything Open Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday for Inspection
you who' do' not know Ken, well out there. Women! They
don't fret about that. In the com pick horses for the color of their Drive down to Goulds, Florida-Just below PerrineDIRECfIONS
ing weeks you will hear plenty tails, and dogs because of their
about him. I'm asking every Ne sizes. The Flagler its beautifuland
gro to get out and vote for Ksn- nice tho', so go out. l
neth Williams, and hope that hewill
win because we definitely THE TRAFFIC LIGHT has
StJ4 0 li
need a Negro on the city commlEslon. been approved for 62nd St. and
: Now that we've got a 16th ave., so where Is it? Do we
chance to do' something that will wait for more accidents and pos .
benefit us, let's get to it. Get sibly a death before we actuallyget
behind Kenneth Williams, and it? How busy can they be ? ?
with our vote, make him the first George Marshall, our godchild,
Negro on a city commission In had a birthday party Sunday
South Florida. The Negroes of afternoon and entertained lOaf i--
Atanlta elected who' they wantedfor his friends and his 10th birthday. OWN
mayor, etc., and we can do His parents are Owen and Queen
it too. Let's show them. Marshall of 52nd St. The kids
had a ball! His lltt'e! brother. ,
ETTA JONES, n very fine lady Kevin, was the life of the party.
that I have known for many I I
years, will be at The Knight THAT IS IT 'for this week. Till i\
.... Beat for this weekend. In fact, the next one cornea alone. Live
I gave her the first Job she had life every golden minute of it.
in show business, and she used Peace. U. S. 1 Drive south turn left at Old Cutler Road, then turn right at

to' call me her favorite booking S.W. 118th Ave. and follow the signs
agent. (I had a booking agencyIn
New York.) Now, people will TV NOT WORKING? Free esti U.S. 1 Drive south to Allapattah Road, left on Allapattah to Old Cutler .

get a chance to hear the young mate if you live in Liberty City Road, then turn right and follow the signs.
lady with a soul. Etta was at or Brownsville, we will repairon
one time with Earl "Fatha" credit. Pay weekly. Rowlnc ,..-- .'.......-...
limes, now she Is a big, big re- TV. 6962 NW 18th Av&. OX
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Named Jollivette SOCIAL 8CUf Young Democrats .........."" ........,.....-

PlazaThe fsee. Support MetroAt

a recent organization meetIng
Miami Itouslng Authority, Afffr.wiw the officers and members of Fastest Drink
this week, announced that con the Dade County Young Demo
struction Is underway on the first cratlc Association by a majorityvote in the West .
for the aged, 3y
housing project agreed to voto No on October _
which is to be built in a predom w...a.w..r 17 city wide election galnst

inately Dade County.Negro neighborhood in the McCloud Amendment.We : The Wild Drinkin

The Development which will Many people still do not know have studied both the
consist of 66 units composed of that social security benefits can Metro charter and the McCloud
30 efficiency and 36 bedroom be paid to severely disabled Amendment. 'Representatives the
eita workers and their families, Edward
located
units will be on a
between NW 63rd and 64th Sts. P. Dlonston District Man from the Miami Chamber of Bottle
Big Square
and will extend from 24th to ager of the Miami North Social Commerce have visited us per.
26th aves. in the Liberty City Security Office, said today. He taming to the charter and t ,h eammendment
Area. raid that a new booklet describing We feel that we Produced by Comstock Vintners
The name Jolllrette Plaza has the social security disability
been selected for the develop program in-now available at all are properly Informed and there San Francisco, Calif
ment in honor of Dr. C. M. Jol social security offices. are supporting Metra.
livette Sr., Miami druggist and The booklet "What if you're We recommend voting No on 20% by volumeA
prominent civic worker who was disabled," is illustrated and easy Oct. 17
to read. It tells who qualifies for
lost at sea on a fishing trip in
January, 1960. social security disability benefits Respectfully yours SMOOTH WINE
The announcement was made ; how the monthly paymentsare Elmer A. Ward president
H. Arrlngton figured and It gives the factsa
by Attorney Henry Ruby L. Thomas secretary
who has been a tireless workerIn disabled person needs to know
the field of housing in Miami. about the step that follow the -
He Is vice chairman of the Boardof filing of a disability claim.
Commissioners of the Miami The booklet also describes
Housing Authority, and more how rehabilitation services can 'A Tapestry"MIAMI
recently WIK appointed field often help' a disabled worker de SPURIt
counsel to.the Federal.Housing velop his remaining abilities so GOLDER
I Authority by. the Kenhedy Ad. thai he can,work again.

" ministration.The The booklet also describes how
66 units brilliantly designed rehabilitation' services can often TIMES ADS
by the architect firm of help a disabled worker develop
Rader and Associates will feature work again. DON'T COST THEY PAY
such luxury features as The booklet explains provision has been proven-A dvertising Pays off!
tile baths with grab bans to ensure that many do not seem to
maximum safety for aged ,know about Mr. Dlonston stated.He uaL.DnU f\1f[()' II1I'1' 1:
persons. Each tub will be equip pointed' out that the sons
ped with a seat thus permitting and daughters of retired, disabled -
, elderly people to sit while bathing or deceased workers can receive rI
j or taking a shower All social security disability
doorways will be extra wide to checks regardless of age if they DREAMLAND ESTATESTHANKS I
accomodate those who require become diasabled before age 18. I
wheel chairs to move about, and i
Because of this provision I
pasrents
the windows will boast wider
\ can have the security of
' YOU ,
than usual built
i ledges especially
' knowing that their disabled
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to rest flower and
pots other
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adult sons and daughters will .
t\. decorative objects. -
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have some financial support
II 1.1 t Requirements for occupancy when they are gone. Our Sales Have Been Excellent
in this low rent project are one Ii,,'
If p. year residence in Florida, six Our First Section is Sold Out
.j;) months in Dade County, and an Phyllis Art, Social j
f'' income not ,jJ Jij excess of $28
1 weekly. Club MeetsThe OUR LOCATION IS: I
I Occupants must be 62 years
old or more. This project is designed Phyllis Art and Social
IJ" specifically for peoplt Club met during the month of Dade's Fastest
Area
who are supported by old ag September' with Mrs Naomi Growing
assistance, Social Security, Railroad Trotman and Mrs. Weaver at
! Veteran and other pen, their homes to begin the fall I i
I slons. Also elderly working meetings. Members present told
r people who make small incomes. of their summer experiences and
I I Day center facilities and service were happy to meet again. Buy Now $10 10 i I
1\ will also be available to both Down
A' the elderly occupants as well at On Oct. 8 the club will meetat Monthly
people In the general community Mrs Margaret Adderly, 6730
NW 13th ave. and the new president
The day center will be staffedby ( Mrs. Willie D. SparkmanIs !
members of United Fund urging all members to be J ACRES I
Agencies Senior Day Center, present when the fall program
") Inc.Community and the Association.James E.This Scott will be outlined. 4 1

,} community service department The club members wish for I
will assist families with social- Mrs. Nixon, Mrs. Saunders and
i welfare problems and will come I Mrs. Wise, who were reported FOR A LIMITED TIME $795 I Ito
.' under the direction of Mrs. Jessie 111. speedy recoveries
S. Gertman, supnrlsor and M. Daniels, reporter; Mr. W.
,D. Sparkman, prclldeot.Baker's .
Mrs. Arle Gary, home visitor.
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the
"is in
thune, Bodson ,said, The Dade 'County Real Estate
hearts of the students. I like to ,will meet this ,
Board on :Sunday
that' this Institution was
think the where the tearsof 'at" p.m.' at ., the home>ot,.. frl.
spot
built on wet Lillian Bailou,' 363 NW'14th St,
11 3 3P 3r the Mary ground McLeod with love.Bethune" All persona' .Interested In real estate -,
and related fields are Invited
to attend.' Subject for discus.
lion will be "The Relocation
Program For The City of Miami".
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Frame House Insurance for everyone Don't
II. E. SIGISMUND REHYRS, Editor and Publisher lose your license. We can help
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REEVES, Managing Editor life, home, car Special attentionto
rooms, bath room, living BH'22. Small down payment.We .
Entered aa d'rnl\ ; ;, August 0, 1027, at the Post Officeat room, Fla. room and kitchen finance. '

Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 detached garage. First ALTMAN INSURANCE
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Another artist appearing at
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKMayor the BTW auditorium on Nov. 30
in Sigma Gamma Rho's presen BARBER'WANTED
Robert King High announced 0 n Monday tation is Juanita King.
Juanita King, born in Macon,
that Miami had been selected *as one of the three citiesin Ga., attended Knoxville Collegeand

the nation for a pilot! project on solving problems of Fisk!: University, where she
juvenile. delinquency.The majored in music. Blessed witha

Federal Government is expected to provide great she voice received and burning a scholarship ambition WHO WANTS TO--

funds for the project which will be carried on over a to Stephen School of Music in
period of three years. Cleveland, Ohio. Another schol OWN A SHOP -
arship sent her to the eminent
The program would be conducted by 'the American New York vocal teachers, Es- e .
Institute of Religion The other two cities chosen are telle Lelbling, and her associate

Flint, Mich., and Kansas City. Mo. May Stone, composer and teacher. STRAIGHTEN 2 ideal locations

The project will be a good thing for' Miami and
Miss
chosen
King was by the 1490 NW 62nd St.
should meet with the approval of the whole community late Clarence: Cameron White to .<. YOUR HAIR
Juvenile delinquency is one of our major, problems. sing the lead in his opera, '
"Ouanga" at the Metropolitan It t HOME in one easy application! 1451 ,NW 3rd Ave.
House. The New York Times
In the race for the city commission seat heldby Commissioner wrote afterwards: "Miss King's hair You can the ha safe ve na easy tural-looktnratra'gM SILKY STRATB' .

B. E. Hearn, and for which Kenneth Williams soprano la rich in quality and way. Your hair stays straight for
I secure In production, she has the months won't go back even when Small down
has qualified, comes another contestant, George J. Korge, material to be an imporant sing wet. Easy-to-follow directions for paymentFor
life insurance agent. The deadline for qualifying is mid er." She has appeared at Car professional-like results.

night Saturday, October 7. negie Hall, and sang operatic ex FOR WOMEN Gentle Strength information contact
cerpts of The FOR MEN Regular Strength ,
Westcheater
$ 25
Sym

Mayor Robert King High who is serving his second phony Music Festival. Her ap Barkett
Kelly
term will probably be seeking re-election. If he does, he pearances with The De Paur Opera t line Kit tl,98 plus tllC With NtvtrillnrMONEY'BACK .
has a pretty good chance of being re-elected. Gala have taken her to all GUARANTEE '
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William J. Owens, president of the Dade County country the major and concert Canada.halls in this In every package I

Federation of Labor has qualified for Group 5 in the com

mission race, the seat n oiw occupied by Commissioner

George DuBreuil. JUST BROWSIN'By

The City Commission has under discussion minimum ?
RUPTURED
space for housing in the slum clearance project. An ar* PAUL HENRY

chitect-builder recommends cutting the space from 550 << -r Iff...... N.. ........ Offlmvm.*... Olss.rd

square feet to 400 square feet. Martin Fine, chairman of Memphis, Tenn., Integrated or Trw, .After Cern.tI. Ap.e4Sef.l.OCOST.

the Miami Housing Authority said the Federal Housing' began Integrating Its, public PilES| RECTAL DISEASES
schools
Administration will accept a 500-foot minimum. children on went Tuesday.to four Thirteen schools DR. LONG'S CLINIC_,lul_ri.!.:..ills, n.

Luther Brooks, director of Bonded Collection Agency without any trobule.

urged the commissioners to "come out and see for In Police the event offfflcers they were were on needed hand,

yourselves" what it is like for families to live in units but all was quiet as the children

smaller than 500 feet. entered school. "SOCIAL CENTER OF THE SOUTH"
Fine said if we can't go ahead on FHA terms, we We should SOOn be hearing

will have to get out of the field of housing for the elder- from the toughest Alabama of and them Mississippi all. 17lL

ly people. viii/'t HEW
Transit authorities told the

The Rev. Theodore Gibson had an anniversary last commission will on Monday that Met HAMPTON
i ro get around to bus driver
Sunday It was his 16th as rector of Christ Church.Fr. recruiting In a week or ten days. I USE
Gibson ,has been in the ministry for 19 years, his It's just about time some consideration Af
first three years were divided between North Carolinaand be given to employ L
Ing Negro bus drivers, at least (jfJJ
Hampton, Virginia.At In the Negro section. Negroes
Christ Church he recently completed and occupied -I drive buses In Jacksonville, At- ,. 4200 N.W. 27th AYE.
a new rectory, the second he built. He did not have anta and Daytona Beach and
other cities. Why not In
the pleasure of living in 'the first one ,he ''built, as the prop Miami PROUDLY PRESENTS

,erty where it was located was sold by the Diocese of At this there are 120,. -
South Florida, the rectory going with it. 000 workers In Ford plant on '. A SMART & SASSY
strike. It Is hoped a settlement
The new rectory on Williams' Ave. is much nearerto will
soon be reached. NEW REVIEW
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the 'church. t 1' l': ,
The, Defense Department has <

At the 60'th' annual convention of the Episcopal tors called, 154 up dentists for drafting and 67 495 veter doc- I ) '. "Swinging.Affairs .,,1961" 1

Church held in Detroit which closed on September 29th, inarians for military service. i ,

the Rev. Dillard H. Brown, Jr., rector of St. Luke's STARRING *
Kenneth Hahn
,
1, Church, Washington, D.C. was elected' as Bishop Co-ad- visor of Los Angeles County, has Super.suggested BROADWAY FAVORITE .
,jutor with the right of succession to the Rev. Bravid W. to the President the ap r I

Harris, Bishop of Liberia. Under pointment of Dr. Ralph Bunche NAPOLEON REED *
:
The Bishop-elect born in :Marietta, Ga. Follow Nations Secretary to fill the of the position United of I

ing his ordination' to the priesthood in 1941 he served in Secretary Dag Hammerskjold FEATURING ))4:

New York City and New Jersey before becoming rectorof SHON
St. Luke's in 1946. Gov. Farrts Bryant Is not sat .. IIMII. PACHAN" (New Dance Craze) *
isfied with the way the liquor i
The Bishop-elect was not present at the convention. Industry In Florida In handled, MONIQUE MONTEZ ...??.?,, Hottest?: ?
Other missionary bishops elected were the Very and he Intends doing something DON FONTAINE
Rev. R. Gonzalez-Agueres, Dean. of Holy Trinity Cathedral about It. .. DANSt MOD ERNE *

Havana, and the Rev. Canon Charles P. Gilson of evidence The Goveror of "price said -there fixing"was and "SATCH" ROBINSON..C.MIDY.N,

Taipei, to be Bishop Suffragan of Honolulu. favoritism within the Industry. VANILLA WILLIAMS
Six violations have been found. .. EXOTIC DANCER *

Senator George Smathers of Florida was the speakerat Bryant ald he would ask the MYRTLE JONES
the dedication of the $11 million Sugar House in Belle State. Cabinet for money to hire MUSIC BY THE ORCHESTRA
a special
Glade on Monday.The Investigate team liquor of accountants company to SHOWTIME: 11 P.M. & 2 A.M. (FRI..SAT.4UN.)

Senator said the operation will add $23,500,000to books.In ENTERTAINMENT ADMISSION ONLY $2 PER PERSON
Florida's economy.rr.his includes $10 million for agricultural NO COVER AMCRtCAN EXPRESS CREDIT ACCEPTED NO MINIMUM
Daytona Beach at Bethune YOUR CONGENIAL HOSTESs-MRS. NAPOLEAN REED
activities, $2,500,000 for harvesting and transportation Cookman College
more than 500 ATTIREt MAKE YOUR RESERVATIONS NOW OPEN TO
equipment, and $11,000,000 for grinding mill) persons paid tribute to the late I TIE-JACKET .. CALL HAROLD KEMP THE PUBLIC ,
and Mary McLeod Bethune at the
equipment. NE 30011HAMPTON
57th annual Founders
Senator Smathers said he will ask the next Congressfor I servance on Sunday, Oct.Day 1, the ob HOUSE SALUTES SERVICE MEN WEEK :
a Sugar Act change establishing increased permanent Principal speaker was Thurman WELCOME YACHT CLUB MEMBERS a FRIENDS
domestic quotas. L. Dodson, Washington attorney
who formerly headed the
The Sugar House operation will provide jobs for and Washington Bar Associa National __, OUR IOUMCE IS OPEN TV!. THRO SUN. rEATURIN9
1300 workers to cultivate 20,000 acres of land around tions and was chairman of the The MYRTLE JONES TRIO for Dancing
Lake Okeechobee and 1,200 to furnish services and supplies Comml& ion on Inquiry Into discrimination I -NO ADMISSION-NO COVER-NO MINIMUMPAGE -
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Piar i Shirley 'Harris THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, PLOftIDASATURDAY

BTW Alumni 1 1 OCTOBER 7, 1061 PAGE SMr.

-1 Queen :

I Attractive Miss Shirley Harrisa
1 member of the recent gradua
ting class of 1961 at Booker T. ,
Washington High School Vas ,
unanimously elected Alumni t
Homecoming Queen at the 'an.nua e Y ; ti tiN tir

election meeting of ,the
DTW Alumni Association held
; recently. Miss Harris expresseda
pleasant surprise at the high
honor bestowed upon her, and
i pledged to reign as the type of
r fi. queen of which her school and
community can justly 'be proud.

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Jtllss Harris elected Misses
Gerda 'Graham and Joan Harrisas
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her attendants. Miss Gloria

Whitehead was appointed as one T a" '
of the Alumni Majorettes. An /
other majorette will be appointfd -
,: next week. All of the young: + _
women selected were membersof 1 F
the '61 class.

The queen and her attendants
wile reign over the homecoming
festivities on Oct. 26. The Ma-
.. roon Devils of Roosevelt High I
will be the Tornadoes opponents .
In their game.
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'> Thanks DonorsThe


board of directors of
Christian Hospital gratefully
acknowledges cash contributionsfrom
the following people:
Walter A. White, Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Williams t'onlst' at the Bernard M. Char Iff Rufus Tribble, Miss Bernice Williams

of 3246 NW 49th St., an. Clinic. Miss Wllkenson ,is also Mr. and_ Mrs GradyChisholm .. r .
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nounce the engagement of Mies one of Miami's leading soloistsin !! Mr. and Mrs. uiarence
Rose Wilkerson to Ermant Gospel and Spiritual music. Edwards, Mr. and Mrs. K. Mun. and Mrs. Stanley Barry of at Hampton Institute, and she!
Franklin Jr. of Los Angeles, Cal. The bridegroom to be is the ford, Mr. and Mrs. R. Simms, Washington, D. C. and Brooklyn earned the M. A. degree In the
MUs Wilkerson Is a graduateof manager and musician of the Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Braynon Sr. N.Y. are shown cutting their area of health, physical education
Booker T. Washington Schoolof "Mighty Clouda of Joy" of Los wedding cake following the 1m and recreation at N. Y, U.
Nursing of Birmingham, Ala., Angeles. The couple plane. a December Many ThanksI presslve marriage ceremony In a She has pursued advanced workat
and at present Is nurse.recep. wedding.. beautiful late summer weddingIn New York U and American
August In Washington. I U. In Washington Prior to accepting .
-- take this method of thanking
our many friends for the Mrs. Darry, the former Paula an assignment as spocta?
U. Williams, Is the twin daugh. physical education teacher in tho
Welch Concert Fine Arts PTA way in which they generouslygave I
Washington school system last
their support In our Get. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles L.
year, Mrs. Barry taught in the
MeetingThe Williams of Miami and Jackson
'Promises. to be together Tea on Sunday, Oct. 1 ville. Miami school system She had
the home of Dr and Mrs
at
first PTA of 'I'
meeting the also
Charles Williams The bride chose a white lace taught extension classes for
year for Fine Arts Conservatory the Florida A and University..
Musical TreatThe Our special thanks to Dr. E. gown .of exquisite simplicity A
Tuesday, Oct. 10 at 8 p.m. at the tho She Is active In educational,
Ward Harold Francis the white orchid corsage was
A. ,
Carver YMCA Breezeway Pro church and civic affairs, and Is a
than the
Rosa Page Welch concert gram and refreshments and Progressive Club, the Poinsettia only adornment, other member of XI Omega chapter
Saving Club, Rev. Edward T, pearl necklace worn. This was a ,
sponsored by the Church of the of proposed
news new building Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority in
Open Door at the Miami Beach for school. All students, parents Graham, Kenneth Williams, gift of the groom. Her only at Washington..
Auditorium, Oct. 15, 3:30: p.m., and friends are urged to attend. I "The Boys" and all participants tendannt, twin sister, Mrs. Phyl.
promises to be the cultural and! on the program. Hs Hobbs, chose blue chiffon and The groom is well known In
religious event of the aeason The honoree, Fr. Theodore R. matching accessories. Her flow. Brooklyn circles as a community
Rarely: so many Interests con Gibson, was presented a very era were also white orchids. Mrs. leader In support of youth and
verge and provide such a broad A Tapestryof tangible gift as an expression of Williams, mother of the bride, fraternal activities lIe Is a mem
base of appeal In.a single! personality our great esteem. wore a street-length green lace, ber of the New York State
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ana event.. AS "Amoas- Thank you again, dress with machlng accessories, Guards and sales manager of the
tador of Goodwill' in Interracial I Dr. Charles Williams, and Mrs. Henry, mother of tho Montrose Pontiac Sales Co. He
and intercultural relations, Mrs Fall chairman groom chose an afternoon dress attended Tuskegee Institute.
honoredby In floral print.
Welch has been highly
her own denomination (Dill Henry Taylor, father of the The couple Is accepting teller
ciples of Christ) and by practically groom, served as beet man for,, tations at home In Washington,
every cultural and religious his son and the father of tho at COOS Hanna Place, S. E.c .
world bride gave her In marriage.
group in the country. In ar '
Out-of-town relatives present '- H ..
tours she has visited universities __ .
and Army Camps. As a mem included the bride's maternal
ber of National Board of United grandmother, Cincinnati, Ohio;
Church Women she is greatly Mrs. Marguerite Jones, New FOR SALE
esteemed. York City and Miss Albertlno Ed. r
Airs. Welch's professional mondson of New York. Close
training included study under friends from the Washingtonarea 22 Club Bar
Alexander Nakutin at Kimball and the Eastern seaboard
Hall, where she was fellow student joined the family group for the
of the late Kelsey Pharr, occasion. 339 N.W. 22nd St.
Jr., In view of this relationshipthe The bride Is a graduate of
Fine Arts Conservatory, Mrs. Booker T Washington School, Reasonable Terms
Arnold Greenfield, director, will Miami, where her father was
make a far-reaching announce. principal for 19 years. Her un
ment at the concert. dergraduate studies were done

The augmented choir of The .- J .1U. -. '-. "' "'' '''- --f>rI.
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Church of the Open Door, under
the capabe: direction of William
S. Johnson, choral director at
Dorsey Junior High School, will ATTENTION !
render a group of numbers and
will also participate In a group
with Mrs. Welch as soloist.
Accompanist for Mrs. Welch Is LOT

Mrs. Margaret Harris Smith, i
Oberlln Conservatory of Music, y
and presently organist at Temple
Beth Am. Accompanist for the ,t OWNERSBEFORE
choir is Mrs. Berthenia Stephens
White. General music Instructorat -wI

Dorsey Junior High School. _
Tickets are available at audi YOU HAVE A HOME
torium box office, at office of Dr.

Almond Edwards, and by Individual AT KNIGHT BEATTONITE BUILT ON YOUR LOT SEE US
members of the church. FIRST


Cong. Fascell to
TOMORROW & SUNDAY
Because we give you .
Speak Thursday October 6-7-8
LONG TERM BANK FINANCINGLOW
Congressman Dante Fascell
will speak at Beaumont Hall, U. MONTHLY PAYMENTS
of Miami Campus, 8 p.m. Thursday ETTA JONESHear
Oct 12, at a meeting sponsored SPECIALIZED HOME PLANNING
by the Coral GablesUnlrerslty -
Chapter, American As FREE TTLE INSURANCE
her "Don't Go To
sociation for the United Nations. sings, Strangers""Sweethearts
His subject will be "The U. N. on Parade"
and the U. S." Quality Built Homes at Low Cost
Mrs. Sutcliffe of St. Petersburg "Since I Fell For You"Plus I II

president of the Florida
Chapter of the AAUN, will present many more favorites
the Coral Gables Chapter Florida Home Development Corp. I

with its charter.. The Southwest Admission: Fri. & Sun. $1.25 Sat. $1.50
High School chorus and orchestra MR. O'NEIL FR 40558.f in i\

will furnish special music When better shows presented Knight Beat will I
for this occasion. The public la are ... .. .. ,
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the most interestingnews and are Intolerant because our
of recent weeks is the nom. .I parents are, or 'because our
nation by President Kennedy of grandparents had the same feelings
Thurgood Marshall, special counsel about certain things. Someof
for the NAACP, to the U. S. us are prejudiced because we cZfl
Court of Appeals for the Second dont know any better, And some \ 9 /
Circuit. Long noted for his tear of us are prejudiced because although
lets fight against segregation, we know better, we use
Marshall has been the legal these prejudices in an 'expedient ; W44p
brains behind the school desegretlon and selfish way to gain certain
court fight in the Southern ends for ourselves. And then, too :v i ,. -
I !states It is to be hoped that Mr. tome of us have prejudices and :
Marshall's; nomination will be are intolerant because we are a f
t confirmed by Congress withoutany afraid not to break away from
delay. His confirmation custom, old habits of thought, or
would add a great legal talent to because our neighbors might not
the Judiciary of our country. like it if we acted differently 8
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INTERSTATE COMMERCE | UNDERSTANDINGSo
COMMISSION wo
while prejudice is perhaps!! '

A'though the ICC ordered an a universal human failing, andis
end to racial segregation on Interstate as old as time itself, there is
trains and passenger a very encouraging fact as we o
buses, and interstate public waiting become more civilized and edu t.
rooms. in 1955, it has taken cated, and more conscious not
the Freedom Riders to bring the only of how our neighbors act
issue of segregated interstate and thin, but of our world
eating establishments to the neighbors, also, we are going
forefront during the past months. away from old prejudices and discrimination
And as we all know, even thoughthe and traveling towarda I TWICE HONORED Miss Beverly Howell, exercises. Miss Howell, whose father is a trade
ICC ordered an end to ra more democratic way of think 20-year-old Negro girl from Ocala, Fla., not only and industrial education advisor with the U. S.

cial segregation in Interstates ing. had the distinction of being the first Americanto Point Four assistance program in Ethiopia, has
trains, buses and waiting rooms, Renan, a French theologian, be graduated from the University College of I
enrolled at Atlanta University for graduate
the South has been very hesitant studyin
once said that opinions be
our Addis Ababa, but she also received her diploma
in carrying out the decree. come fixed at the point wherewe social work.-ANPhoto.
from Emperor Halle; Selassie at commencement
Now, however, with the latest stop thinking. It would in ... _
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public restaurants and eating allowed our intellectual arteriesto
places for interstate travelers, become prematurely hardenedinto
and the heavy fine of $50 for !set patterns and thought
every breach of the law, some process-ess unfortunate and ANOTHER "FIRST" FOR
detrimental to
beneficial
steel has been put into the desegregation pro
order. This specific gress in our community and
determined order will; very ef community and country, and detrimental -
I believe hasten also to our own hopesof
fectively, the
desegregation of interstate' eat becoming mature adults.

ing establishments. Continued refusal Florida
to serve Negroes, with this Realty
economic factor in very plain White SupremacyPrejudice
view, will very probably cause
Southern restaurants owners to is something I dlsplse;
think twice before they are wil The heart of white supremacy !
ling to suffer such financial los where it lies.
SOOt I believe we' will see a great Negroes are born and not creat TenantsMOVIESThurs.
change before very long in inter edWhy H
state travel and interstate restaurants should they be dlslcrlml-
in the South because nated?
this ICC decree strikes where it Nite
God made the human
race;
hurts at the pocketbook.
Breathing breath into our birth
PREJUDICE Putting us all upon this placa. e GIFTS
To live together on the earth. -
It isn't easy to live by principles He made different countries and F 11 1I I o ELECTRICITY
; it isn't easy always to try races;
to do what we know we should. Placing us all upon this land; I IH
I And too often the words. democracy Different colors: and different WATER
Justice, equality and faces.
brotherhood come from our U1LLe GAS
mouths with too much ease and Either one of us all is man.
smoothness, and too little under. Wouldn't it be an awful sight;
standing and meaning; Wordsper If all things in the world were e EMPLOYMENT
se are sometimes meaning white
less, but words translated into Never dark but always light; SERVICE
action can have the power of Is black man wrong Or is white
atomic energy. man right?

Some time ago, Life magazine What to be, will be

tion.printed It went the following like this: conversa Trees will carry knot; ; H ;
0d! white supremacy EWLOW RATES
"See"Yes."that man over there?' Is this to be? It Is not.
So stand up black man;
"Well, I hate him." Strongly upon your feet;
"But you don't know him." Roar your voice across the land
"That's why I hate him." The word: will know you are
It is obvious then that lack of not asleep. ON FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED APTS.
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Dado County Youth to witness the Installation ot officers Wright, recording secretary; Kfrs. THE MIAMI f IMES MIAMI, FLORlb
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t The regular. meeting of the I Wright, principal of Ross, projects> ;
"" Dade County Youth' Council wa Shyer Oaks Schools graciouslyofficiated man ull Hwtcklanoa, treasurer;
,.' held Dade Tuesday, Sept. 19 at the Gabriel as president at Installing, hue Robert Withers ROT. UtQl..4oa, ehaylain president to endeavor t-o activate known; and to selUlt the help of
I A County Youth Hall. vice president; Mro Mary several committees Wert foria j themselves and make the needs I I Ute general public U making life .
good ed and
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FL6&1DA ;:; thing and tossing
ing before. Jones will be playingIn across the coal
line twice for extra
Nine North Conference points.
the Big
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1961 Sports Happenings now until Nov. 2 when they The Rattlers will

._ _., Northwestern teamin meet Lincoln
.. .. take on the
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rl4SI lY lLIYN/vY' Y'YY'w#vari i rs.r. # and Mays have : i at
By B, II. McLIN : Miami./ Dillard in confer. Tampa Saturday in, the Golden
i I won one and...lost. one Triangle ':Clasbic.NORTH .
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LOOKING THE ence piay.
I BTW of Miami, 'but dropped conference
HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL games to Jones and DADE

SCORES Northwestern. North Dad e,

,\ SPORTS WORLD OVER H Carver (Miami) 40, Dillard 0 Blake, Blanche Ely, BTW, At- MEETS, CARVER
North Dade 40, Lincoln I'ark 0 tucks, Gibbs and Roosevelt 'are
Jones 0, Blake 8 without wins In conference play.
By LEO B. ARMBRISTER Lincoln (Riviera) 20, Mays 12 TONITE,
Mathew Gilbert 12, BTW 6Northwt.8t.t'nl BIG NINE SOUTH RECORD I

_#_ _."'_''' 'J4'_ ._ ,..._.. _i_:. _#_#_ ._.-o._ .... ... .,.'.''' ;,L J,,. 12, Middleton SCHOOL GAMES' will The invade{nighty Miami Carver Stadium Hornets
r -- -- ---- -- Booker 15, Gibbs 7 W L T on
The Yankees showed them Ernest James 176 Carver (Miami) 3 0 0 Saturday, Oct, 7 with their goal
selveij off as the pros they reallyare James Mitchum 174 Almost 200 baseball fans wit Northwestern 2 1 0 being to demolish and demoral
in the first game of the 1961 Willie Nicholson 172 nessed an all star baseball gameat Jones 2 ;1 0 ize the North Dade Thunderbirds

World Series. John L. 171 Campbell Field St. Petersburg Dillard J 1 0 I North Dade lost its
Williams Sunday afternoon and sawA first game
Timothy 171 1 0
of Mays i1 25-0 against Mays, then
players
Ford who was the winningest James Terry 170 team composed 2 0 bounced
the Bradenton Nine Devils Middleton back and whipped Belle Glade
from
pitcher in the majors this season 0 1 0
winning 25 games was the master Eddie Thorpe's 234 scratch is and Sarasota Red Sox: go downIn North Dade 0 1 0 186.

craftsman dealing out a neat still a league leader as an individual defeat by the St. Petersburg Blake 0 1 0 I On the other hand
Blanche Ely Carver
2-hltter to the Redlegs, who high game; runner-ups Braves, champions of the West 010 against the Opa Locka goes
Frank Smith 226 and John Coast Baseball League, 95. Originally BTW stalwarts
took their orientation to the are 0 0 0 with a clean slate.
Attucks
pressure of World Series play, Marshall: 224. the Braves Devils and 000
Red Sox were to team againsta Gibbs I'
and the Yankee stadium like a up
High individual 3-game scratchis Roosevelt (WPB) 000
bunch of dazed men Central Fla. All Star team of
held by Ernest Hayes 601 players from. Gainesville, Ocala For Sale Rent
The Reds have at times duringthe with John Marshall 592 and and Jonesvllle, A telephone call Rattlers BopBenedict or
regular season looked much James Mitchum 560 runners-up. from Gainesville stated that play
wone than they did against the MAGIC CITY DEBS ers from the. above towns not 52-0 NEW HOME
1' Vanltees: and able ARK ROLLINGThe .
were to spring
get together for tne game wun 1900 NW 49th St.
back into contention and had Women's Bowling Leaguegot the West Coast League All Stars. Tallahassee Jake Gaither's
enough to go on and wlu. Series rolling Wedneesday night Achobatlc stunts preceeded the Florida A and M Rattlers upheld Low down
has different from' payment
pray aspects
their amazing scoring average
with a strong aggregation of game.,
season play in that a single hit women bowlers, who wasted no .-of last year by trouncing Benedict Also 3011 N.W. 52nd St.
or a timely play at the right time in showing their form as Florida State Champions Car- College: 62.0 at Columbia, S. Open Sunday 1-6
moment can be the difference applied to the game ver High of Miami has rompedto C. late Saturday night. p.m.
wins over Northwestern, Mays The Rattlers who were one of
j.. We still have high hopes for These healthy averages will and Dillard, all DIg Nine South th' neatton's leading scoring machines MO 56870Sometimes
the lower than under underdogs attest to the strong calibre of conference games. In fact their last season with a game
Cincinnati Reds, and will vote bowling which these> women. will entire schedule is made up of total of 527. chalked up their
them the series in six games. produce. conference games which indicates 42nd straight STAG conference

ELSTOX HOWARD that they are playing for keeps. victory in defeating the Tigers
High individual game: before a crowd of more than
DISPLAYS POWER BABY NEEDS A
Northwestern, after dropping
Hilda Malaret 10,000. The last time FAMU losta
Elston Howard was the only Bessie Richberg 190 193 I their opener to Carver 19-6 has conference game was in 1952.
hitter In the first game of the Arlena Williams 189 throttled Blanche Ely and Starting .off in low gear witha LAXATIVE, TOO
World Series who maintainedthe r Middleton: for two conference 16-0 lead at the end of the mothers have
For 60 relied -
fame he brought to the seriesas Individual 3-game: wins which gives them a 2-1 first half, FAMU's potent offense over gentle years"BABY EASE." Pleasant

a good hitter. Howard put the Bessie Richberg 549 record. Sporting the same kind really began to click in the third tatting on to give liquid, vege-
Yankees in front with the first Arlena Williams 523 of record is Coach Dull DogGary's Quarter with three more touchdowns table-pure easy"BABY EASE" brlngi

run of the game, his seventh Frances Morgan 500 Jones High of orlando'j comfort without binding. "BABY
home run in series play. The Orlando team The Miami combination of EASE" does not contain opiates or'
defeating both of the Tampa entries Quarterback Emory Collier and druggistfor
HURRICANES I laxatives.
Neither Marls, home run kingof to the Big Nine South I halfback Eugene White led the strong the special babes{ laxative,
the Yankees, nor Pinson or Conference for their wins, eome- Rattler: attack with Collier pas "BABY EASE/'
Robinson of the Reds, all re READY FOR _
nown hitters, were able to get a
hit; but for the Yanks there are
NAVYA
three games to play and for the
Reds there are four. '
wild football game of pas /
In the second game the Reds sing is certain to come Friday r
regained their composure behind night when Navy comes to town *
the four hit pitching of to battle Andy Gustafson's University -
Joey Jay anti\ whipped the Yanks of Miami Hurricanes. 54 .
62. Although there were not so (i !
many sparkling plays that world The: Midshipmen are aerial omgOnCS
1 aeries games produce, it was well minded. They spread all over the \\
played and bolster my contentionthat ':leld wlh end and halfback flan- *
the Reds will win it in six. ers just! like the Hurricanes and 4 1" -'-
'lave an accurate passer named ,
It's ironic, or some adjective Hon Klemlck.

to explain the situation better In two games, Navy has tos ej M
that the regular season power hitters the football 62 times, and there \
who go into a series, fail al is every reason to believe they ..
most dismally: and the so called will go into space Friday night IF TOO MANY BILLS HAVE YOU
weaker hitters become stars. In an attempt to whip the Hurricanes r
Take Marls, Blanchard, Kubeck, who last Friday night wal. TIED IN A FINANCIAL '
etc. of the Yanks, and Vada Pin. loped Penn State 258. KNOT. -
ton, Robinson, etc of the Reds. -:
They can hardly buy a hit so far. I' Miami has its own dangerous
I We won't mention Yogi Berra, passing attack, the famous "M'
!I He's always good in the clutch.PATTERSON boys, George Mira and All-
I American Bill Miller. Miller Is
FIGHTS greater than over this fall. Last
CANADA week, he caught seven passes for
i'' 114 yards and set up Miami's
!'
I Canada will get its first heavyweight first two TD's against Penn State
fight December 4 when with his aerial catches."
F.oyd Patterson and Tom Neely
stage their championship bout in Miami has not one, but two'
Toronto. crack passers to shoot at the
Navy Friday night Mira and
The bout will be telecast ex Bobby Weaver. Mira, while seek. /
copt for a 100 miles radius ing only limited action against To Pay Off Your Debts plus/
around Toronto. Penn State :last week due to the

WILSON RENTALS Injury he sustained against Ken 2. Give You Extra Cash and
LI1AGUE' LEADER tucky the week before, appears to
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Wilson Rentals continues to again, which means that the Reduce Your Mortgage Payment
1 lead the pack In the Excelsior football could fly on the Miami To Fit Your Budget
side of the field aplenty also ,,:'::"' '
1 Bowling League, losing .only 2 Fri. : .z'With ; _
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pursuit are Royal Drive In and will be set in throwing the I. A Low Cost
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I
Eastern Air Lines Falcons tied
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and three losses each. The run. HORNETS MORTGAGE
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smothered the Dillard HOMI ADD M+n+kdbh hr
Frame High Hatters 1 and 8. Panthers -ORINISH I TO IT by comoftdatlon with your
40.6 Thursday at Miami IUILDINO YOU "'ortvogt Imo one smell
Stadium. \ ,, HOMI
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( < : : ; :: porin s.LO .
As the weeks roll by the averages Carver scored 7 points> in the
'"""
are becoming more difficultto opening period, 14 in the second .' a
maintain. Here are the bowl. 6 in the third and 13 in the appROVE
ers who. are still holding on to a final to amass its total. S

170 or better average after six Dillard tallied late In the_ final. DQy MIAMI
games or more. chapter. '- m --- 021 FR 9.2676

Scoring touchdowns /itt!
for tue
Ted Potter 183 ity, ROYVARDCOUNTY
Hornets were: Fullback Theo T
Ernest John Marshall Hayes 177 181 dore Taylor ((2)) ; halfback Rudy JA 4-7225

Cambridge; end Willie Bell;
Fredericks, and halfback Carlton
Bethel Bell also kicked two
points' after touchdown. Carver Mortgage Co
A Tapestry scored a safety in the second NO OILIOATION ,
period. NO INSMCTION fill S I I i ; ,

Scoring for Dillard was Geo. NO DIPOSITSitCIHIIO '

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AROUND THE BAHAMASMore Appear at Knight I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1981 PAGE 9

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........ ............ Beat ClubEtta -
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Jones, born in Aiken, 8.
than 545 farm workers Rawson Square by James Major C., calls New York City home.
have left Nassau for the United Sept. 23. The victim was stabbed She made her debut in the musical
States since recruitment began in the chest and back with an world when she appeared in
'iff
last month. The Labor office re ice pick, it Is reported. Major is the famed Harlem Amateur Hourat ."TY
ports that 3,000 are wanted forth being held in custody, and po the Apollo Theatre. Althoughshe
will season continue, and until that, recruitment lice are investigating.The loot out to the winner, and ..wt, '" .....
December.The .
even though still quite 'a young-

decomposed body of William Licensing Authority, Mag. orchestra star, she so leader impressed the great OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
Buddy Johnson-
Istrate' M. J. Thompson, chair. I
LaFJeau 84
was found on with her work she hired '
was to'1
Sept. 16 in the South, Beach District man"over-soaked", feels that Nassau is already sing with the band. The varied 'i$-FRIDAY 'AND SATURDAY
: Mr. LaFleau was last seen so it denied lesu-
experiences of traveling with a
on Frederick St. on, Sept. 4, and ing more licenses on Sept. 20. name band helped considerably 3 BIG HTS
Magistrate
was reported missing Thompson said there .
by his
in her
shaping career as a voca
family. An autopsy was perform are more than 600 liquor INGRID BERGMAN

ed Hospital.at the Princess Margaret timated in New Providence.population With of l1cen94S'I.'I. list.At the time, the Jazz movement i'*-", YVES fONTAND

that ..means a bar to each In New York City was get U ANTHONY PERKINS
ting under way. Various clubs .
Alton: Kenneth Best, 27, was dred persons. along 52nd St. were getting 1'e... s.a Mw'c-ru.hwlnl
fatally shot on Sept. 14 and world-wide: attention with the nmANAWLEUTVAK

Thomas William Talbot "Stokes" Nathaniel J. Cambridge, 86, presentation of new Jazz artists t
Thompson was charged in the died Sept. 19 at his home. Mr. who are "greats" today. Etta is MOOUCnM"GOODBYS ,
Magistrate's Court on Sept. 16 Cambridge is survived by his not a newcomer to this Jazz ...
with his murder. wife, Florence; two sons, Bert, World. AGAIN"This t .
Best was employed as chauf a former member of the House I She found a place in this ear
feur for Thompson, who is being of Assembly and widely known ly movement with employmentat
held in custody. Police decline musician; and James; two the famous Onyx Club and enjoyed
to make any comment in regards grandson, Addington, City Editor a lengthy stay there,
to the circumstances of the Nassau Guardian and bringing herself to the attention
surrounding
r
the murder. Arnold, an architect; tour grand of jazz lovers the world over.
The victim is survived by his daughters, Dr. Florinda Domon Etta returned to band vocalizing
wife, Daisy. of Philadelphia; Mr Winifred when she joined the great
Kilpatrlck of Miami, Churene and Earl "Fatha" Hines orchestra as
Ingrid, 12 featured singer.
'Wenzol great grandchildren
Maycock was found Her booking this weekend at dyfrtt W WNV Ny'' ''"-"--
Central dead Sept.Police 15 in a cell of the Necessity is still the mother of the Knight Beat marks her first is how love island always will be...
Station late
that appearance in Miami.. Show
invention.
Julian
McKenzie and
afternoon. He was drunk Shown at 8:55
,
police times scheduled at 10:30 and
Harold
Nairn, both
said, when he young carpenter
was arrested earl. 12:30: on Friday and
Saturday
helpers, looked
ier that day. at the PLUS
.
j prices of guitars in a showcase Sunday.TOOTHACHE
rate's about two months ago, and decided "-
13 In 70 the Haitians Court Sept. to make some guitars. One of their souls!
charged with en. luststripped women
of them carved his
terlng the Colony without out of two One man's 1
per- pieces of wood
and the
mission of the Immigration Department other 'Don't tufftr nttdlcssly. Cd ipitdy r.. ,
made his from several pieces of throbblfii toothich '.IJ&.
pleaded guilty. Each with tilt JELlPeln
I plywood. In ten days they had acting ORA- \ ">
was sent to prison for six months IOU In Mcondi. Guarantied: S1Mr J
completed the
with recommendation for earlier work, and the ,or. monty back.All drug stont.Dtmw (
Tribune reported that there is Momey I II
deportation. Two
boys, 14 and
not "any thInk amateurish about
15, were sent to the Industrial the two guitars." IJ

School.nine women.The number .included J


Sixty-five-year-old Emanuel
Rolle, ex-serviceman, died at the _o I

Princess Sept. 10.Margaret He served Hospital in World on I' &cf,67 UI/ I1 \ A l S Ec NCO Yo

War I with the British West Indies )d' oa/ 1. i
Regiment in France from .
1916 to 1918, and was a memberof :
the Bahamas Ex-Servicemen's Shown at 11.00
Association until the Bahamas SIDNEY POITIER Nfo f

Branch of the British Legionwas PLUS
organized. He was a member CMROILlOffS SWitl6/N6ESTCHICK
-IN 61fOPE
and standard bearer until he .became
sick last year. Service YOU MUST SEE
were held from Demeritte'e Fun ARMSTRONG
eral Home.

Mrs. Annie -Marie- Burrows,

daughter of Mrs. Effie Burrows 131 A'Peluf thi FIRSJ NEW. LOOK Jn phitdripfty tttftet tht invintlonif thl camera.A .
and the late Michael l Burrows of
South End, Long Island, was
married to George Knowes! of

Culmervlllo at Our Lady's Newman .'JoanneWoodwand J7VMVOHlWPAQCfSS
Church on Sept. 13 A receptionwas } A.N ADVENTURE INTO THE HIH DIMINJION
held at the home of Roland
Burrows, the bride's brother. .
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Classroom shortage In the 'They play their hearts out I Shown only at 7t09
public schools of Nassau has developed
into a full-grown crisis. in story of young 1 lovers-.
It Is reported that Southern SUNDAY.MONDAY.TU
Prep. No. 1 has an enrolment: of NOW DAY
607 pupils, eight classrooms for I
16 classes and 12 teachers. PLAYING I I
Southern Senior has 1060 students '
The
25 teachers including the : only

principal and specialists. One : motion picture
t
teacher has a class of 98, and
others run 60, 70 and 80. Teach. 1r I withFRIGHT. '
ers are at their wits' end, and ,
the addition of hundreds of : BREAK, icuss
children who entered school tor
the first time in September makes
the headache worse. The Board i 6 yr.
of Education is hastily construct.
ing a prefabricated school on
Nassau St. to ease the situation. ,
Second feature: laatad durtnf tnt 'lait IS minutes
,Ivan McIntosh of Sears Addition nusJ not show Venn of ptrformancttlmm

was stabbed to death at "PICK UP ALLEY" with Victor Mature I -

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

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Day At Mt. Tabor to Present

Mt. ZionThe Drama SundayThe

$ tOC&fltBAHA'I annual observation of Wo. Willing Workers Club of

man's Day at Mt. Zion Baptist Mt. Tabor Baptist ,Church will
/.jn Church will be held on Oct. 15. present a dramatization, "Twelve
Mrs. Louventa Knox, dedicated Keys to God's Resources," Sun
church worker, has been apolnt- day night, Oct. 8, after service.
ed as chairman for this renowned You are invited to witness!! this
--- occasion. rare and inspirational drama,
tribute to the late Dr. Nannie H.
Mrs. Knox promises that this .
FAITH GREATER
BETHEL A.M.E. FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTISTRe. Burroughs.
Woman's
Day celebration will be
The Daha'la of Miami will present Rev. S. A. Cousin pastor W. E. Slew, pastor one that will leave a distinct impression Come out and help us raise
[ their regular weekly discus- Mrs. Jenette Faison, reporter Sis. Ruby Lee Carr, reporter on all members and our quota for the Woman's Day

lesion at the Baha'i Center, 137 Sunday School .._NNN-..-.w 9:30 Sunday School . . 9:30 friends who plan to attend this drive.
NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Morning Worship ..........._.*... 11:00 Morning worship . 11:00 memorable affair she further Sis. Alyce Washington, presi
Oct. 8. The subject for this dlaIcuaston Evening Worship .._..__?_.. 7:00 Evening worship . 7:00 states that the featured speakerfor dent; Rev. P. S. Brown, pastor.
will be: "Man One BTU . . . . 15:10 the Sunday morning service
[Family." The public is cordially Sunday morning services at beginning at 11 o'clock will be ST. STEPHENS BAPTIST

invited to attend. Phone Secre- Greater New Bethel was a glorious ST. MATTHEWSRev. Florida A and M's gracious first 1781 N.W. 73rd Street
tary FR 1-6420, for further In experience as the pastor lady, Mrs. George W. Gore
Rev. James P. Waldoa
formation. held the congregation spellbound- M. F. Clark, pastor Plan to join your friends at palter
Sunday School ,. . . 9:80
while he delivered a soul stirring Rev. J. E. Munroe reporterOn Mt. Zion on SundAY Oct. 16;
Morning Service . . 11:00
from the theme
message plan now to see and hear an
MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. "Wake up, Get up Pull off Sunday afternoon, Oct. 8, citing speaker, Mrs. George ex-W. BTU . . . . 6:00
P. S. Brown, pastor Clean up, Dress up and Walk at 3 o'clock there will be a tea Gore; plan to gain much inspi Evening Service . 7:30

Sunday School ...*...._..-... 9:45 Out in Jesus Name." on the lawn of the Range Funeral ration and stimulation from the
Morning worship ..,..._ 11:00 Home sponsored by theWoman's Woman's day celebration for
Evening worship ......__....... 7:30 Monday night Oct. 2 was thepastor's Day committee. T he which you have been long await. DO YOU HAVE A
annual AppreciationNight public is invited to attend this ing. PROBLEM?
The Willing Workers Club la with Rev. D. A. Bradley great tea and partake in all of
[ presenting "Twelve Keys to Ood'a and congregation helping us to the proceedings. Those who are Miss Carrie Johnson, family and
Resources," a dramatization celebrate. Let us continue to on the program please be on ST. JAMES A. M. E. personal consultant can help

| paying tribute to the late Dr. pray that God will forever watch time because we cannot retrace. Rev. M. McNeal Harris, minister you. For a personal reply to your I

i Nannie H. Burroughs, Sunday, over him. Sunday School . . 9:30 problems, send a 1 addressed
Oct. 8 after service. You are also invited to attend Morning worship . 11:80
to Miss John-
SALTER'S CHAPEL our morning and evening services stamped envelope
Come out and enjoy this inspirational at our church. This Sunday I The 14th annual Woman's Day son, p; O. Box 0143, Pittsburgh
program. N.W. 48th St. and 27th Are. will be a special one. Rev. J. E. observance will be Sunday, Oct. 12, Pa. Consultation fee .OO.
Rev. H. J. Benson, pastorSalter's Munroe will preach two special 16.

/NEW MT. CALVARY Chapel invite to sermons, one in the morning and Mesdames Ethel Grice and 07
you one in the evelg.
Martha Nicholson chairman and
,
7103 N.W. 22nd Are. attend its annual Woman's Day The morning subject will be chairman
assisted by 48
cap.
Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor program Sunday, Oct. 8. The "The Regulation Concerning The tame, and committee workers.
Sle. Ernestine Hart, reporter morning speaker will be the dynamic Bank of Eternal Life." An .
outstanding epeaker will deliver
Sunday School . . 9:30 Mrs. Eugenia L. Thomas. We ask you please don't miss a most Inspiring address SEE THE SOUTH'S

Morning Service . . 11:00 There will be a youth these eermons. during the 11 a.m. service LEADING COLORED
Service . . 7:30 programat
Evening Sunday Oct. 8 11 soul
3:30: p.m. sponsored by the a.m PSYCHIC READER
Last Sunday morning our pastor young women of various NEW BETHEL BAPTIST inspiring music will be rendered '
churches.The by choir No. 1 and our ministerwill -CONSULT HER-
who had been very ill, came 1671 N.W. 68th Terrace deliver the :
back with The wordof message.
a sermon. evening service will be Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Evening services at 7 p.m.
God is and
quick powerful musical with selections renderedby 'Deacon Fred Williams, reporter Music by choir No. 2, a most cordial
Sunday evening he talked from the Brownsville Antioch Baptist Sunday School . . 9:30 invitation is extended to
the subject, "I am The Bread of I Church choir, beginning at Morning worship . 11:00 strangers and friends to worship a
Life." 7 o'clockq. Evening worship . . 7:80 with us.CHRISTIAN. "
Clara Alexander, chairman;
October 8 our junior church Georgia L. Jones, cochairman.MT The church will celebrate Its FELLOWSHIP ,
23rd anniversary Oct. 11 throughthe .
will sponsor an appreciation pro
Mrfp '
gram for the pastor, also his an. TAHOH 16th, On October. 11 Rev.L. 220 N.W. 20th Street t1
niversary begins Oct., 18 with .' A. Thompson and congregation Elder G. G. Fann, pastor I
Rev. W. K. Smith. Thursday, As the 12th hour Woman's will lead oft this celebration. Sister Mary Browder, reporterWe
19th, Rev. C. J. Burney. Day approaches the executive Thursday a musical program invite you to come and
The 3rd Sunday In Oct. Bro. J. committee is pleaeed to note the will be presented. worship with ut. Let her year, of experIence guide

H. Martin will be ordained to the mounting competition among the Friday, Rev. I. C. Mlckins and Sunday School . 10:00 and protect you throughout life
ministry.Let organization, captains and members his congregation will be present. Morning worship . 11:10See as a lighthouse guide the, ships In
us keep praying for the of the church as is obvious Sunday at 3 p.m. will be the a storm. For SUCCSN In busln*a
sick. from a variety of activities goingon crowning of the King and Queen. and love.DON'T .
In the community and at the Sunday morning the pastor STAY IN THE RUT. alT
ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. church.In will dedicate his new born t h eworld' OUT NOW, BY THE HELP OF
behalf of the Woman's Day daughter to Ood and the church. great GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
P. W. Williams, pastor Drive we are asking that our
Mrs. Burnesta Green ,reporter members as well as our friends ANTIOCH BAPTIST healer and xy Office' Hours:

Sunday School . . 9:20 take part In these activities. On teacher. 9 a.m. 0 p.m.
Morning Worship . lltOO Thursday evening, Oct. 5, at 8 Rev. 0. W. Foster, pastor There 9 a.m. to
BTU . . . . .5:30 p.m. Mrs. Roberts and her group Rachel B. Pratt, reporter U yon are sick 1 p.m.
Evening Worship . 7:00: ire sponsoring a musical pro Sunday School . . 9:30: and worried DAILYSundlyl
,ram. Dinners, pies and barbecue Morning Worship . 11:00
The fourth Sunday in this will be sold at the church BTU . . . . 8:30 don't fail to see
month is Woman's Day at St. Friday and Saturday evening. Evening Worship . 7:00: me. Daily 8 p.m.
Luke. Each member Is asked to The number 2 usher board is to 10 a.m. > 8 p.m.READING .
The president and members of 0 p.m.Wednesday.
pay his assessment when your sponsoring an afternoon service '
calls Pleu.don't Oct. 8. the Deaconess Board extend a
captain on you. at 3 p.m. Sunday,
cordial invitation to their annual special healing service
4 turn her down. This is for
The Willing Workers Club Is 11.00 UP
the new St. Luke. Please do your pleased to present a play, Calendar Tea on Sunday, Oct. 8, 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. 8t. Matt.
4.6 at the church.
p.m.
part! "Twelve Keys to The Kingdom"on The No 2 choir will sponsor 0 and 0. Blessed are the peace i 23 Years Experience
There will be a musical pro- Sunday evening, Oct. 8 after a special program on Wednes makers for they shall be called
gram Sunday, Oct. 8 at 3 p.m., the regular srvlce. day night, Oct. 11 at 8 o'clock the children of God. MADAMHUNTER
sponsored by Mrs. Lillie Lllllton Since Installment buying Is a There will be many outstanding
in behalf of the Woman's Day part of the American way of singing groups to participate on NB 8020
There will be some of Miami's life, let us again be remindedthat the You and
most outstanding singers. Don't many of the members of the friends program.are Invited to attend your this 1959 N.W. 59th St. 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.

miss it. church are using this plan to special affair.GRACE MIAMI, FLA.
pay their assessment and we REV. JOSIAH McINTOSH Don't Write-Call In PersonNot
SPIRITUAL BAPTIST would like to encourage others PRESBYTERIAN
to join In doing the same. I
10250 S.W. 176th St. We take great pleasure In beIng 6805 N.W. 14th Ave.
Perrine, Fla. able to present such out Rev W. F. Savoy, pastor

Rev. Harold Brown, pastor standing personalities as Mrs. Sunday School . . .8:10: a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller

On Sunday our newly ordainedand Athalie Funeral Range Home, owner and Mrs.of Range Haze. Morning service . . 11:00: Not a Rootman Not God Either But
. 7:00
service
Evening ,
Installed pastor will deliver I
principal of George Wash. JUST A GOD SENT MAN
Troy
,
the morning and night sermons. Wed. night study . 8:11.
ington Carver Elementary, as w'
Last Sunday at the ordination celebrate our Woman's Day or Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors

service the Rev. Joseph Smith Oct. 25. So won't you let you We invite our members to at
delivered the sermon. The Rev. road lead to Mt. TazorT tend church faithfully as we approach IX you have a problem?
A. J. Stuart offered prayer, and Who will be "Miss Mt. Taber?" our Church Anniversary y RuslneM Dad, Marriage

the Rev. N. F. Clark gave the Which organization, captain or Week in November The themeof (Palling, Can't win the manor
charge. Elder Elizabeth Gray members will make the greatest our morning message this
congratulated: the pastor. The woman you love, Ueen
sacrifice at the altar Sunday will be "God's Honor
ordination and Installation ,or' Roll,' from Hebrews 11:6. IWflllff ;r- Crowed Need<< Money,

vice were conducted by Rev L. ST. PAUL A. M. E. The United Presbyterian Wo Everything doing Wrong?
A. Thompson. will have their monthly '
men '
R.,. M. J. Fayion, pastor Ii I Health Dad? Can't Satisfy
the
The number 1 and 2 choirs of meeting at 6 p.m. Sunday at t
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
St. Matthews Baptist Church fur Sunday School . . 9:30 church. four Husband or Wife?
nished music. Rev. Robert Ingra Condolences to Mr*. Olive Mil.
. 11:00
ham represented the clergy, and Evening Morning worship worship . . 7:30 ler at the death of her brother __ Want New Horn or Car?
refreshments were served after David. The service will beheld
-
wards. The pastor delivered a timely Sunday in Hallandale.
message Sunday morning after The pastor will conduct Son y r SEE ME TODAY
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. which the Holy Communion was day devotion on Radio Station
administered With choir No.. 2 WMBM at 615 a.m. on Oct. R. M1 : r Never before In the history
Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor furnishing the music. Rev. Matthews The message will be "Jesus and '7 of Miami, have so many
Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter delivered the evening Persuasive Power." people been helped by thJgreat .
Sunday School . . 9:30: r
Morning Service . . 11:00 message. Grice and Mrs. wonder man.
Mrs. Audry BAPTIST
BTU . . . . I 6:00: Ruth Mack are still In Jackson MT. SINAI It cost nothing to
;
Evening service . . 7:00: Hospital. Please visit and cheer Rev S. A. Thomas, pastor

the change in our ser them up. Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter come in and talk
Note services The pastor is asking everyone Sunday School . . 9:30
will vices.begin Our at first 6:30.Sunday to help in the last effort to raise Morning worship . 11:00 627 N. 9th St:, Apt. 1 FR 1-3363.,

Continue in prayer for our our budget. Please visit the sick BTU . . . . .:00
Evening worship 7(09
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County NOTICEArthur One bedroom
Eastern Star ..- -. ., Beauticians UNCF Florence, formerly of .. Apts.

NewsBy Opal'a Vogue Beauty Fair, is now Adults only

Queens: Contest. Benefit Success operating at La Charm Beauty 5815 N.W. 12th Avenue
fi Palace, 6245 NW 17th Ave. For
:Hills Chapter No. 48 Order of The Dante and. Hair* Style appointment call OX 1.9868 '""-
Eastern Stars will close the an Show, 'sponsored recently by the Walter liowe hours 4-10 p.m.

nyaj. Queens Contest on Monday Deautlciana Unit',!.No.. '!;T.for,,the, -- -" --.
1 N<,v.>"> 20, 8 p.m. at the Masonic benefit of the United Negro' College
; ", Hall 'on NW 3rd ave., between Fund was a great success. Star Light Lodge No. 542
f f" 8th"'and 10th eta. A capacity crowd attended this meets Friday, Oct. 6, 8 wI affair at the King 0' Hearts, in the Masonic Temple on Pembroke -
t Four young babies are contesting spite' of. the heavy downpour of Road. All members are
( for the crown, which is worn rain the earlier part of the 'night asked to ,be present. If '
f by ,the incumbent, Miss Ida Mae you own your own property, we can
and witnessed 'a' bevy of lovely
Fuller. They are Mrs. Justina. ladles who displayed some most The CWH Fire Department 'loan you money on it. We have first and
Jackson, Earnestlne Larry, Ann
attractive hair styles, after which: I will meet at the Chamber of
Grace Williams and Miss Ida M. Phil Harris and his group put on Cemmocre building. All membersare second mortgage money available now.
Fuller, who is fighting to retain a % hour show that brought urged to ,be present.

1 It.Please. help your favorite co_. continuous applause. Low monthly payments.
Prizes were awarded as follows A big barbecue will be on the
testant to win. Membership in Models Yvonne grounds of the St. Luke Primi-

the chapter is still open. to the Brunson: First styled: by Mrs. Martha tive Baptist Church Friday and Fre Inspections-Call ,Nat Stern
daughters wives and IIII ler3 ofa
and
Saturday Come out enjoy
Shop
Beauty ;
Elder of Maggie's

Muon.Free and Accepted Master Mrs.2nd, Winfred Coretha Brooks Brooks,of styled Brook's by yourself. Rev. Ellis King, pastor. Open Sat. and Sun. Too

Beauty. Shop; 3rd, Ann Taylor! __The _Rev. N. Sears! pastor of
Latest Styles to styled by Miss Alice Jannaon or Westminster Baptist Church,
/ Sunlight Beauty School; 4th left Saturday morning, Sept. 30 Ford Mortgage Co.
; Feature Elks Coffee Francena Ross, styled Mm. Mar for Nassau, to attend the funeralof
heria: McCray of LaPetlte Beauty his sister, Mrs. Elizabeth
1 Great preparations are being I Salon, Perrine. Barr 5524 N.W. 7th Avenue PL 7-2559

made for the annual Dt. Elka The first three prizes were do- Rev. Sears also wishes to
Coffee and Style Show on Sun William J. O'Brien
day, Oct. 22, Mary Elizabeth nated by the 4th do thank the president of Ministersand . . . .1. . . . . . . .
and Co., the prize was Deacons' Union for the wonderful -
Hotel. Many young women have nated by the Hampton House tea'given at the home of
volunteered to model the latest and Perry's Florist donated orchids HOMES
Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor. He hopesto FOR SALE
fall fashions. The price is in the
to each member of Unit 7. stay in the city a few weeks
reach of everyones pocketbookand The King 0' Hearts donated the for a much needed rest.
tickets are on sale. Dt. prize for the owner of the shopof 1424 N.W. 55th TerraceOpen
Amelia Shavers is expecting 60
1st prize winner. Christie Palmer will sponsora
guests and is Dt. Ann Bryant.
so The County Committee of the tea at his home on 54th Ave. Sunday 2.6 p.m.
The temple not Informed
was UNCF congratulates Unit 7 for and 22nd St., Carver Ranches, ONLY $350 DOWN
of the illness of Dt. Leanna An-
detson who !is a great contributor this noble gesture; committee for Men's Day at Central Baptist Large CBS 2-bedrooms, 2 baths, large Fla. room, low
members of Unit 7 for this benefit Church. All are Invited.
and always sticks with her monthly payments.
were Mesdames Marion Mill-
temple remaining neutral at all
Brow[ chairman; Willie Mae The ,public is invited to a mus-
times. However, it is to
pleasing Caesar, Winifred Brooks, Elene ical program Saturday, Oct. 78
know that she is
and the
up on New Northwest Area
Scott, Elizabeth Merchant, Mildred p.m. at the New MacedonU Baptist
job. An apology is due Dt. An
Monroe, Carrie Jackson Church, 22U1 SW 48tn Ave.
derson.Dt. CBS like 3 bedrooms 2 baths Fla.
Amelia Shavers, vice Dt. Elouise Washington, Opal King The Gospel Stars will be thel' new, and utility
and Maggie Henderson.Miss room. Payment only $81 month.
ruler and chairman of sick:: and Dinners will be sold at the per
distress daughters, is advistng Blanche Calloway de- home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie'
the daughters to look in the 'erves great praise for the excellent Henderson on Oct. 17. Both of CBS 2-bedroom HomeOn
phone directory and call her in job she did of emceeing these efforts are in behalf of the

case of sickness. This is law that the show. building fund drive, sponsored large corner lot. Near everything. 79th St. bus to
she be notified the vice daughter by the junior and senior 'usher
ruler states. boards. There will be singing Beach. One FHA mortgage
Dt. Maud Glass is ill at home Drive each Saturday night throughNov.
suffering from a broken foot. Carefully 4. Deacon J. W. Wilson Sr.,
Sorry it was not announced in .._ _. Beer Bar Very Nice
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the last Issue. Daughters are re. -1NNW " "-" "-"-"--"--##'#-#'#'"-"-#N
Beer and Wine Bar. Located in the N.W.
minded to call and see hor or WHEN new area.
EATING
OUT
TRY THE
send a get well card. Remember. Sale or lease. Low down payment. Call Harry
"I was sick and ye visited me."
CLIPPER RESTAURANTServing


Men's and Boys' I delicious home cooking and homemade Denny.Action Realty Inc.

Apparel Club of Fla. pastries

Sponsors "Dress 253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7.4544
6:30 10 weekdays and 7:30 to 11 SundayFree

Right" T . . 1..1. . . .
Birthday Cake With Birthday .
Party -
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School Dade',"Dress Junior participated Right"and program in Senior the national High dur. 745 N.W. 62nd St. PL 19123LOT Be A Home Owner In


ing Oct. their 0 at 9:60 morning: o'clock.assembly on ,,###,##" '#" ##," " '#" " ',',II" '" The Liberty City Area

The program is currently in -
progress in .secondary schools
throughout the country and has LOOK AT THIS!
the endorsement of the Dade
County Board of Public Instruc FOR SALESuitable

tion. It is sponsored locally by No Down
the Men's and Boys' Apparel Payment
I
Club of Florida.
The morning program consisted for 4 or more units

of a slide film, "The 90% of
You," and a fashion show de. 1732 ALl BABA AVENUEOF Homes
signed to show the teenage male .
students the proper dress for all 17th AVE., OPA LOCKA I

occasions.Sid (Pay only small closing costs)
Lewis, chairman of the ALSO

club's "Dress Right" program Only limited number to sell Hurry J
who has been working with both
Charles Wyche principal- of the We will build for you,

school and Mrs. Alice Harrison, You can qualify for one of these
a guidance counselor there, was Bank
financing Good
I quick to add, "We all hope that. terms If, you have a steady jobIf
the will aid the teenage
program boy in winning verbal bouquets you have a good credit rating
I CALL HR. ROY FR 9-2676
I from his parents and If you have lived in Florida two years
friends as won as the school au
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thorities. The boy who takes
pride in his dress is less likely DRIVE BY THESE TODAY!

f' II to wjnd up in juvenile court
than the "smart. aleck" who 1. 2920 NW 70th Terr. $66.73 Month

carries his "badge of belonging", ,BRAND NEW APARTMENT BUILDINGNOW 2.2997 NW 64th Street $59.02 Month
the:blue jeans and the leather
N jacket. 3. 1299 INW 51st Terr. $66.73 Month

; ... RENTING 4. 1380 NW 51st Terr. $63.69 Month

FOR THE FINEST 0 2 STORIES 5. 1301 NW 53rd Street $79.00 Month
J, QUIET RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD
: In everyday need 6. 1111 NW 55th Terr. $77.87 Month
BEAUTIFUL KITCHENS
O
-1 1f i' Including. cosmetics, candies O BEAUTIFUL SHRUBBERY We arrange all financingWe
.school supplies etc.
,
I VIsit O OAK FLOORS are also open Saturday and Sunday

O BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM We will take your old house or lot in trade
.
,
JAMES WITH SHOWER AND TUB

I j :.5 & 10 Cents Store AN APARTMENT TO BE PROUD OF AND ENJOY 1 Deal with the largest real estate office in Liberty' City


.:i 1200 NW 3rd Ave. 754 N.W. 70th Street
FORD REALTY
; Inc.
(Corner 12th St.)
COMMON SENSE PRICES King Cole Apts. 6511 N.W. 12th Ave. ,


r .Open dolly TlSO a.m. to 7 p.m. For Information Phone HI 4-3673 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559

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I CARD OF THANKS THE MIAMI TIMES -.MIAMI, FLORIDA j.j*'.' I


MEMORIALS The family of the late SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1961 PAGE 13". ".

P- .. ,

by a sister, Mrs Willie Mae Pat..

IN MEMORIAMIn CARD OF THANKSThe terson, and a brother, Alfred'

I DEATHS Lampkins. The b.ody.w.as.. sent JO
memory of our dear mother family of the late Tampa for final, rites. .

MR. ROY STEWARTwish -

to thank the many friends F -- Kent Wilson ,son of Mr. an'd.
and neighbors for the many ex-' Mrs. Leroy Wilson, 2170 NW

'estiona; ,of kindness and sympathy Stone 74th St., died Oct. 4. Arrange.,
shown them during their ments are incomplete:
:
Graveside services for Stephen
bereavement. The cards letters, Hall 'Jr,, 2751 NW 46th at.. will,' 2114
flowers, telegrams, food and include Allen Dykes NW 66th
be held Oct. 6. Survivors
cars, these services will be fond. 1r his parents Mr. and Mrs., Stephen, St., died Oct. 4. He came to MIami U J
'r
ly remembered. To the membersof more than' 6 years ago from
Sr. :
Hall
>' .+' choir No. 2 of Mt.. Sinai Baptist Plnevlew, Ga., and was an em
Church and the entire mem. ployee of the City of Miami

bershlp, a special thanks. To the Francis Shores. His survivors Include hU
-
Range Funeral Home and staff wife, Mrs. Minnie Lee Dykes,
Arthur Lee Broadnex, 1133 NW
for untiring servcies. May God 1st ,place was DOA at Jackson his .father, Jim Dyke and two
bless all. sisters, Mesdames Beatrice and
27. Services
Hospital on Sept
I Mrs. Amelia Phelie Dykes. Arrangements
Brown are
were held on Oct. 1 in the chapelof
The Stewart Family,' Incomplete.
SA 7 .a Gibson Funeral Home, Fort
Pierce with Rev. E. S. Dullard, ,'
Eugene McNabb of 1235 NW
CARD OF THANKS pastor of Mt. Moriah Primitive
LIGHTBOURNE
1EV. WILLIAM
71st Terr., was dead upon arrival .
their thanks to Baptist Church officiating. Survivors
to
wish express at Memorial Hospital Hoi.
The family of the late ,
Include his wife, four
the neighbors and friendsfor
COSTELLA PEDICANtake many lywood. Mr. McNabb came to
their thoughtfulness In the brothers, two sisters.
this means, of thanking the Miami four years ago from his
hour of their bereavement.. home, Clayton Ala. He Is
many friends for their kindness curvived
P Mrs. Gladys Blades Dotson of
Special thanks to the Apostolic
by his wife Ollie his
shown her short illness ,
us during
Temple and Mother Akina for 1918 NW 4th ave., apt. 2, diedat
mother, Mrs. Laura Lee McOrlf-
and sudden passing. Special
her home 29. Ser.
the splendid service they rendered on Sept.
tIn, five sisters and two. brothers
thanks to the donors of to ,
cars,
held 4 the
the vices were on Oct. at
and many thanks to
ESTELLE RICHARDSON the Pall Bearers, to those who Range Funeral Hlme. bhapel with Rev. I. C. Mlcklnt Including Robert McNabb of Mi..
who departed this life October '. sent lovely floral pieces- cards God bless officiating. Survivors include hei ami. Final rites will be conduct..

1968.Isere. and telegrams, to her priest, the May The Family everyone. husband, two sisters, a brother. ed In Clayton_ on Sunday.
Rev. Fr. John H. Reece and to a stepmother. -
bring your wounded heart the Key West Undertaking Co. Mrs. Cora Glover Jackson, 6150
Here tell your anguish, May God bless each one of you CARD OF THANKSThe NW 22nd ave., died Oct. 1. A
has Richardson native of Gay, Georgia, Mrs.
Earth no sorrow Venora P. Mingo and Family of the late .
family ,
That heaven cannot heal. Key WestCARD Mrs. Loraine Walatlne and Jackson lived in Miami for 22
Rosa Drown, daughter years and was a member of the
baby of 430 NW 9th St., died
Essie M. Adams, daughter OF THANKS Sept. 29. Services were held House of Prayer For All People.
Esther Nathan, daughter She is survived by her husband
Wednesday at 8 p m. from the
Sevenell Downs, son Mrs. Agnes Seymour chapel. Mrs. Waistine was ship- John, two sons, eight daughters,
sister and four brothers. Services .
James Downs, son a
wife of the late pod to Deland for burial. She
Timothy Downs, son I will be held Saturday at 1
JOSEPH M. SEYMOUR leaves to mourn, her parents Mr.
Dolly Jackson, sister and p.m. at a place to be announced.The .
I who died September 8, wishes Mrs. Edward Christopher,
I to thank Rev. H McNeal Harris two sons, Mikel and Clifford Leroy body Is on view at the

IN MEMORIAMIn and members of St.. James AME a daughter. June Eltdabeth. family residence.
'
Church. Sincere thanks and appreciation a stepdaughter r, Edna Glover,
loving memory of the late to Rev. J. H. Johnsonof S. two sisters, Mrs. June Allen and Edmond Williams of 1337 NW
Miss Harriet 65th Terr., died Oct. 4. 'lie wasa
: : West Palm Beach Mrs. Lenora Christopher, two
re'i:i_ Ti Johnson, Mrs. Dorothy f r brothers, Edmond and James former resident of South Ml

Sawyer, Mrs. Valdez Murray Christopher two cousins, Ester ami, having lived there for 35
Leonard Williams, Rev. ThomasA. and Walter Kelly. years, and was a deacon of Mt.
I Rolle, Bishop George A. Walt Olive Baptist Church of that

i oTf lace, the neighbors of 71st Terr. Mrs. Eliza Robinson. 2041 NW city. lIe is survived by two
and 72nd St. and all the friends I 4 6th place died Sept. 28. Serviceswill brothers, Herbert and Bob Williams

and relatives for the cards, tele be held Saturday, Oct. 7 and a sister, Mrs. Lockie
grams, floral piece, cars donated from St. Paul AME Church. Mrs. McNalr. Arrangements are in

and the many other gestures of Robinson Is survived by a husband complete.

j sympathy shown in the hour of Linoufl, a brother, Thomas
grief. Thanks, sincerely, to Mr. Panchel of Georgia, a niece, Mrs. The Passing of
and Mrs. Morris Brice, the sister t Beatrice Thomas of Detroit.
and brother.In-law of Mrs. Seymour A Winnie Marie Cleare

I for their untiring services. Joseph din James Dy MARIE M. WHITE '"+
They returned to Nassau, Bahamas ATKINS Johnson of 415 E. 85th St. New
MRS. RUDY
on Sept. 25 York, died Sept. 29 in New York. On Saturday morning, Septem
I M Thanks to Range Funeral takes this method of expressingIts Services will be held Saturday, ber 30, 1961, one of the largest
IL Home for loyal and efficient ser sincere thanks and apprecia Oct. 7 from the chapel at 11 a.m. funerals in the history of Miami

.. vice. tion to all friends and neighborswho consider Mr. Waldln is survived by his proceeded to the Church of The < '
J! ,Mrs. Agnes Seymour were so kind and mother, Mrs. Eatelle Waldin Incarnation It was hi funeralof
r And Family ate during its hour of bereave.to Davis of 157E NW 5th ave, Winnie Marie Clears A

ment. Words are Insufficient three: sisters, Mrs. Lucille Green, gentle, kind, and loving woman .
IN MEMORIAMIn exepress! the deep appreciationand tele. Mrs.! Hattie Johnson and Mrs. What a tribute was demonstrat. .
cards
gratitude for floral Marie Broomfleld of Newark, N. ed by people in every walk of
of our beloved eon grams and beautiful J, aunt Mrs. Ruth Hannah life. What privilege it was to,
_.........,....- r. ,emu memory pieces. Special thanks to the employees an a
and brother, know her. On Friday afternooaa
,JAMES LAWRENCE BARNETTE KENNETH "Porky" PARKS of the Algiers Hotel, Rev Albert group of Nuns knelt at her
Houfte of
who passed from this life Octo who departed this life October 7, S. A. Cousin and the members Richard,of bier with rosaries In their hands

.ber 10, 1967. 1960 at Madison, Wisconsin. Greater Bethel and the God Willie I Mitchell Jr.. 1451 NE and a prayer in their hearts at. :
Mr. and Mrs. James son Funeral Home. May 151st Terr., North Miami Beach the House of Albert
Sleep on and take thy rest, we Parks Sr., and Family bless you all. lied Sept. 25. Surviving are his This woman who spent much

loved you but God loved you Mrs. Ocle Drown, sister widow, Dora daughter, Mrs. of her time visiting the a I o k

best. IN MEMORIAMIn .Mrs. Leola Tidier, sister f Lottie Mae Thomas of Bronx and comforting those in distress'
i';. Edward, mother Eddie and Earl, brothers VY: two brothers. Services were and doing whatever she could to

And Family loving memory of our dear Rev. W. J. Allen "ondncted Oct. 3 at Antloch make others happy, was: widely

mother, Ollie and noJUe0: Baptist....Church'.. West Palm !'tnown Tor her acts of kindness

IN MEMORIAMIn ---.......--...... ---- Children: *' %. leach Her name was not annouced on
'. tI radios or appeared on of
pages
Willie Jlmmle Larry..
but of "
sad loving
memory
Steve and Linda Samuel Floyd of 2031 NW newspapers, but the service that
our dear daughter. and mother, I 7th; Terr., died Sept 27 HI* she rendered left an imprint In

survivors are wife, Mary Frances, the hearts of many.
4 IN MEMORIAMIn \ daughter, four son, Ms mother People came in large numbers

sad but loving memory of a sister and two brothers. He from Key West, her birth place,
4 et my dear father, was sent to. Cairo, (Oa for eer- to attend the funeral. The Household

ARCHIE 11. PERRY ekes and burial. of Ruth led the funeral cor

who pawed to the great beyond tege in bus that was crowded
September 27 1960. Mrs. Rebecca E. Miller. 2156 The cars were numerous. Her
VW 6th nve. died Sept 29. She five sons and a close relative

t e, Gone, but not forgotten. May u survived by her mother Mrs served a* pallbearers and lifted
he rest In peace and may light Ifaudn Anderson Arrangemeents the heavy casket of the woman
perpetual shine upon him. 'ro incomplete. who gave them birth. The churchwas
:Mrs. Mildred Williams, far too small for the large'

daughterAnd Glendell Harrl. 7yearold'Unirhter crowd who. attended, and It was
d 7. Family of Mr. and Mrs. Earnest stated that the high order of

Harris, 17925 RW 99th Ct. Per- service given by the church was
IN MEMORIAMIn vine, and a student at R. R. Mo-. one for kings and bishops.' No I
( ton Elementary School, died greater Mass could have b o e n'

li memory of : Oct. 1. as a remit of Injurle held. Her husband, children and
( GLADYS ALEXANDER nnfltalned when hit by a car. Services family: knelt at the altar and ro.
who departed this life October will: be conducted flatur1av ceived Holy Communion, then

;, J.t< \ t4WVh< 6, 1930. at 1-30: p.m. at Mt. Moriah came the Altar Guild in spotless
d thY) 4MR. Mable Golden and Family TUptUt Church, Rer. W. C. Ed- white all kneeling in communion
;
-- gar. pastor Besides her parents together. Father Ellsha Clarke,
ELENORE F. STUARTwho IN MEMORIAMIn IIIIhf Is survived ,by six sisters and the priest, delivered the eulogy

departed this life on Oct. 9, loving memory of the late 1ve brothers. using" as his subject, "Well
Done. The bespectacled priest
1960.
-- MRS. LILLIAN FARRINGTON
Mrs. Mildred Atephene of 1337 admonished those of us who
My God, my father who departed this life October 6,
MRS. BIRDIE MOSS JONES While I stray NW hit Ct., died Oct. 3. She Is heard him to choose now Father
who departed this life October Far from my homeIn 1969 survived by five daughters in. Clarke paid a glowing tribute to.

4, 1958. life's rough way It's hard to break the tender eluding Mrs. Betty Dancy; three the memory of the deceased. As
sons, mother, Mrs. Pearlle write we have a feeling of
May she rest in peace and may 0, teach me from my heart cord we ,
Stephens, a brother and four and satisfaction that It was
light perpetual shine upon her. to say When love baa bound the heart; joy
Mrs. Maude Moss, mother Thy will be done. It's hard to speak the word randchlldren. Arrangements are ours to know and admire the life

Mrs. Myrtle Jones Harrell Gone, but not forgotten We must forever part. Incomplete. of Winnie Cleare.
daughter Left to mourn Mrs. Dorothy Patterson,

Myrtle Herrell, Mrs. Mary A. Tynes, Dghc. daughterAnd Range .
granddaughter Alphonso Tynes, sonin-law The Rolle Brothers A Tapestry
Preston and Cleveland ,MlnnU Richardson of 1185 NW

Stuart, sons 2nd ave., died Oct. 3. She came for Fall
: Four sisters, one brother to. Miami more than 22 years
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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1961 \ Doorway to The Conference at B-CC 40 CLOCK Yean in REPAIRS Basinets


World JoinIn The Seventh Annual sponsored Leader-Joint All work guaranteed
Conference
Sunlight Beauty Not Ample Notice the National YWOA, Con. ship ly by the Florida State Teachers 303 N.W. 2nd Are.ttt .
Y- Association, Inc., the State Department 34)152
this
vention at Denver year
On Slum RemovalTo
School News for themselves to all of Education and the
Teens spoke
Associationwill
the Editor National Education
YWCA. They
i members of the
I ..
the Be-
Oct. 6.7 at
Miami TimesIn > > convene
:'Last week was an eventful one regards to slum clearance in said teenagers need: thune-Cookman College In Ger SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
Sunlight 'We were eorry to the Negro area, I think that If To be approached in a real trude Hotchkiss Heyn Memorial SPIRITUAL
Bee the following students leave: the officials had given the peopleIn istically honest manner.Understandable Chapel, with the first general AND PSYCHIC READER
but on the other hand, TO are at 9 a.m.
that area at least a year's notice communication assembly beginning
grateful for the strides thev madeIn that the buildings in that with adults. The theme of the conferenceis BISHOP HUNTER
the wonderful field of the pro section would be demolished after
Programs to help break down : sick or worried, don'tfail
If
are
fesslon Monday, Sept. 18, in yon
on
" the expiration of a year moat artificial barriers between teen- "Let's Take an Honest Look.
the State Board Examination.These to see me today. Office hours
I of the people would have locat and parents. The conference will feature
include: Mr. M Mcteroy,. ed themselves into other places agers speakers prominent In educationand I daily 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
Mrs. E. Edwards, Mri. T. Manuel and would've had time to make Meaningful responsibility. national affairs. 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 am.
Mrs. C. Ingraham, Miss W. M. selections to their liking. An awakening or deepening of
Lockhart, Miss M. Alarcon, MissA. to U p.m.
As it is now on such short notice their own spiritual understand- Democrats
Johnson and Miss Hattie Com. it leaves the people confused Young
mings. We wish them much sue- and frustrated. ing."Activity.." To Meet MondayThe HEADINGS '

cess. Marty don't know where to turnor These are aims of the Y-Teen
Mr. Cornell Crews Sr. of Alaska what to do. Some still owe club program in the YWCA. All Dade County Young Demo $1.00
'his been visiting his wife money on loans they have gottento school girls, age 12-17 years are cratic Association will hold an up
Dorothy and son Cornell. Mr. repair their homes.I Invited to become a part of this Important call meeting Monday,
Peter Cornell Jackson of Vero think it's a shame for 5,000 program. See the following Oct. 9, 8 p.m. at 636 NW 2nd 5417 8W17 St.
Beach, Fla., spent sometime here people to be put out of their schedule for the informational ,
with his wife, Doretha. Mrs. homes with such short notice meeting nearest you and plan to ave.The agenda will include: VIsit WESTHOLLYWOOD s
,1, Claudine Newkirk spent a short and no place to go. attend. with Kenneth Williams, cadldate
while with her husband In Paho- It's a problem the officials October 9, Roberts' Nursery for Miami City Commission. FLA. 1NTEU
kee. Miss Patricia Price is In have made for themselves as Building, 4 p.m., 3350 Douglas Report on "Night of Games."
Springfield, Ohio, visiting her well as the people in question, Head, Coconut Grove. Analysis of coming elections.
sick mother. Mrs. Minerva :Martin because of the way they handledthe 1 !
is matter. I hope that the time
taking a course in teach.
Building, 4 p.m. 1763 NW 4th
ers' training. Mrs. E. Moncur is set for clearing the area will be Ct.
back from New York City where exended to give our people time BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
she demonstrated at a beauty to settle elsewhere. They will be October 11, Liberty Square
clinic. She also visited her moth (satisfied, particularly old home Housing Project, 4 p.m. 6306
er, Mrs. Hilda Hamilton of Ne-w owners. NW 14th ave. Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
ark. N. J. Lena Irving Oct. 12, Bethany Academy,
A CitizenGeorgia 5001 NW 25th Ave., 4 p.m. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
The Sunlight Beauty School Oct. 13, North Dade School,
wishes to express its deepest Town 4 p.m. BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
sympathy in the hour of sorrow Binders 35 to 1.40
to Mrs. Merlan Hannah in the We urge parents to come also Nifty Binders
Honors Slave CoupleA
lost of her grandmother, Mrs and learn a ,bit of the type of Sheets Si to 25* Composition
Florence C. Smith. Negro couple born into sla program the YWCA plans with Ballpoint Pens 10* 08* Books 28* 49f
yery were honored an "shining your daughter
We were all! hapPy to we Miss ample of good citizens" in Po-Ke-No Seta 2.08 Gift
Betty Dullard back in school ceremonies at Tallapoosa, Ga., To the Business, Professional Straightening Bridge Keno Seta 1.08
after a 'brief Illness. Also many last Saturday. and Industrial girl in the community Combs 70* 2.08 Irons 00* 2.08
other students who were away Overwhelmed by "all the fuss" if you are interested In
from school for the summer. We fire John Collins, 100, and his fellowship with other young OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY- ft A.M. to 10 P.M.
are now looking forward to the 10g-year-old wife, Elizabeth women in the community, ages
annual Prom which will be held Friends and neighbors l of the 21.35 years, you will want to bea JOHN A. MeMlNN. Owner
on Nov. 10 at the Harlem ouple in the northwest!! Georgia part of the Business and Pro.
Square Ballroom. town of 4,000 bedecked them in fessional Women's Club of Mur-
new clothes and took them in a rell Branch YWCA. A varied
cussion Mrs Brown gave a brief dis convertible to the town square program is planned for the club
on manicuring to the for a special ceremony. year of 1961.62 and includes
class several on Monday.visitors We are having Mrs. Collins was born in 1853 projects for education, service, See America The Beautiful !
Manuel dally. Mrs. A. as a slave In Dandolph County, worship, learning skills and just
stopped in and said hel. Her husband
Ala. was born fun.
on
lo to the class. pure IN AIR CONDITIONED RECLINING SEATED
B nearby plantation. They were The B&P Club meets regularlyat ,
Mrs. Elizabeth El, reporter married 80 years ago the YMCA Building the second .
STREAMLINED
.. '9 tS'f. T6M and fourth Tuesdays, 8 p.m.
October is membership month, so
Free Chest X-Rays NEED MONEY plan to attend the next meetingon GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYS
$25 to $600 Oct.

Chest X.Rays will be avail.
able at the following locations Call PL 8-3653
this week for all Dade County 10.Tapestry' BUSES
IDEAL LOAN
residents 18 years of age and 'A

over. 6105 N.W. 7th !..ve.fiGti .

The Florida State Board of I OOOOOO O OQCaOa ASK ABOUT OUR
Health Unit 3 will be located

Thursday, Oct. I 6) at NW 14th SPECIAL RATES FOR GROUP TRAVELWe
ave. and 60th st., from 12 noon. (PARADISE HOTELa

3 p.m. and 4 to 7 p.m. modern hotel at reasonable rates Reserve Your Seats. Pick up Your Tickets Here

Friday, Oct. 6, NW 20th ave. I
and 64th st, 1 to 4 p.m. and 5 ROOMS $12.00 UP WEEKLY At Our OfficeNORTH'S

to 8 p.m.Monday. Quiet Clean Comfortable

Tuesday and Wednes Modern kitchen for tenants use TRAVEL BUREAUFR

4 day the location will be at Stevens 363 N.W. 17th Street FR 4-9395
9.8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
Market, 6209 NW 27th ave. MRS SARAH 8MALl Y. Owner
Hours will be 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. i
and 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday and Charles North, Manager
Friday, the unit will be at Shell
City, 5941 NW 7th ave. with
hours for both daya 12 to 3 p.m.
and 4 to 7 p.m.Beautiful.

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TEMPLE BAPTIST By PHIL OSSOFEU

Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor

r Sunday School ...................... 9:31 The wife and I had a wonderful *
.......' 'I Morning Worship ................ 11:00 though short vacation tripto
< Evening Worship .................... 1:3GB. San Francisco last week. Fly
..i '' T. U. -_.....,.,........................ 0:31 ing :west, we. had an Electra
The Missionary 'Society Mrs. flying time going over Boulder e.
f'4' ,
<: .:, Dam, La* Vegas, and Yosemite
,, ., ;: ,jDf Florence Hepburn president,,
'..!iiN''iw' ,.,: will celebrate its National Park.
": anniversarywith
... : A We returned on a jet. I won.
> a spicy Sunday, at
program
.. hear
couldn't
dered why I my
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< 3:30: p.m. The public is invited. wife on the return trip until I
< ,\ .....n.4 The Woman's Day committeewill recalled that ,jets can fly faster FREE DEL1V>:AY D R U GIIAROLD
; \ serve "apeclal" dinner on the than sound. This ,should be a
) church grounds Saturday after selling point to husbands whose
noon. Donation 11.00. wives have overactive lungs.
.." 9.'f Mrs. Eva Lawrence will sponsor Both flights reminded me of ZOLLIVE'rr1( o'_r. \ ,tii 14:M,
1'-" a dinner Sunday at her home my old <49 Dodge ear. The
.. .;",:/ 423 NW 9th St.. ,apt. ,6,.. in toe-- planes, too, had float-ing power .
.-' half of the Training, Union. and flew-id drive. After reachingour ;,- ,
d' C Woman's Day chairman and cruising level of 29,000 feet
co-chairman Mrs. A. Newboldand the stewardess brought us a
Mrs. M. Hall, say that the liquor list. I said, "No thanks,
I'm high enough! We were ,
.1. ladles may use the AmericanPlan .
so much down, and so served coffee a number of times. AM
MRS. LENA LEWIS I much a week. No ,one will be I guess it was that airplane coffee
left behind they say, if that is that's suppose to be good to 4'
The women of Mt. Zion AMU done. the last drop. Later we' were UNA Mo j1CANe
Church, ,,22nd ave. and 152nd Sunday services! will be as served dinner. I expected stew 0, .
.1,
Terr., cordially Invite the public usual. from the ,stewardess, but Instead
to attend their 8th annual Wo had a good steak and mush .:z.zaM.Vi :iI't.!
men's Day Program Sunday, rooms. Looking out the windowI Sow'NOW .' '.l.'I '
Lutheran .
October 8.Sunday. Liberty City rem"rked,1o, the, good wife that < \'
School will be at 9 Sunday Schdol ..-, ,.. ... 2:00: we were paying for' high steaks.
Worship Service . . 3:00: She said ,I. was a card, but, I
a.m.Mrs.. Clora M. Pearsall will be Carver YMCA didn't poker. I just passed ".
guest speaker at 11 a.m.. Rev 8. Rev, John Dede, pastor to the next. course. Incidentally,
II. Cousin and his congregation The theme of the sermon will the meals were out of this :
will be present at 3 p.m. be, "The 'Church ,Built ,on T h. t world They were served on flying !
At 7 p.m. service Mrs. Ales Rock." This Sunday will mark saucers.
Qlll will be guest speaker. the 150th anniversary of Dr. C. After dinner, I went back to "
F. W. Walther'e birth. He is one admiring the scenery. We flew ,
There will be plenty of refreshments of the founding fathers of the over a blanket of clouds, obscuring :,
for your enjoyment. Lutheran Church. here in the the ground, and the thought
Mrs. Lena Lewis, chairman; United States.National came to me ,that when the pilot
Mrs. Louis L. Blandford, co- files through clouds he could get
chairman. Laymen'sDay in cirrus trouble. He might even 3 LOCATIONS (
develop strattus-fear. I was hopIng -
WOMAN'S DAY AT October 8 our pilot was a philosopher,
i. as they think' on a higher plane. TO SERVE YOU.
ST. MARY'S The public is invited to attenda It was an exciting jaunt. I .
program to be given by the recommend air travel. If you
Laymen's League of Mt. Zion want to go fancy '. go plane!
SUNDAY Baptist Church on Sunday, Oct.
.. .., 8 at 4:30: p.m. A very fine pro. Fashion TeaIt's
w' pram has been planned with Mr.
"+, :) _.y I Otis D. James, manager of the happening Sunday, Oct. 8
} Afro-Amerlcan Insurance Co., as Where At Bethany Jr. Academ}
I the principal speaker. The 6001 NW 25th Ave. at 4:30 p.m. ...
;
r
,. theme for ,the day is "You are a A big fashion tea at which the
jra' Witness." All laymen of the very, latest In fashion will be
.I church are asked to be present portrayed. There will be fashions ...
and bring a. guest.. Please make for both teenagers .and : : .I Io
this a "must date" on your Sunday adults, and the very best of en. : .
,program. tertainment. This tea will benefit .
+ ? Aleander Brooks Pres. Bethany 8. D. A. Church -.
$6Ja N k Rev E. T, Graham pastor building fund. Don't miss Itt! I

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TV Service CallsALL $1.50 OPA 2530 LOCKA Service Road MU 8-3311


MAKES-ALL MODELS rl"us PARTSLARRY'S LIBERTY CITY

6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1.7661

:: T.V.

WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS HOMESTEAD

w_ RADIOS HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7.9771

MIIS. GLORIA D. ROBINSON Sell Used TV on Credit f II,

1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024
The women of St. Mary's. W. Regardless of how much or how J"
M. Church are observing their 111TIlllIlIIIIUIIIIIIIIBITJTfi IT' 1 TII Illrl
annual Woman's Day program I little the family decides to pay

Oct. 8. for the funeral service, there is

A unique program has been Over 4,000 Customers Can't be Wrong! only one standard of quality at

planned by the commute, S. R. 22' Written While You 'Wait the House of Albert-the very

The morning speaker will be '
Mrs Gloria Draynon Robinson. Service First as low as highest!
Guest soloist, Mrs. Harolean S.
Stoir. $5.40

Mrs Lona Simmons will be InsuranceAgency Deposit
the evening speaker. Guest soloist Starts your insurance Complete Funerals
Miss Thereea ,Lewis Immedl.

The church is not the largest, ntely.
but we can assure you It Is one from $150Your
of the most friendly in o u r Miami Opa Locka
community. 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave'

Committee: Miss Dorothy MaJor NE 5-6355 NA 4-6612 Social Security can bury your call us

chairman; Mrs. Bertha Ad-
for further information
derly, co-chairman; Mrs. Marie
Boykln and Mrs Sophia Daw
kins, co-chairmen.

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST NEW CUSTOM BUILT HOMESSold p

Rer. E. M. Thomas, pastor -Ill erl
Phyllis Myers, reporter 35 already-Demand so great
Sunday School I'.! 9:45
Morning service . 11:00 We have built more

DTU .?. ...... ..w. . 6:30:
Evening service . . 7:00 See 3062 N.W. 60th Street

Sunday both morning and 12 5 .
Open Sunday noon to p.m. -'i
delivered
night our pastor won.
derful They were en
joyed by messages.everyone present. $1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH -;:.

Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clockthe -+-
Willing Workers had a dem ,
onstration. They had a wonderful Milton Rothman
time.
LESTER C. ALBERT, Funwol! Director
After service Sunday night the 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue
administered.We 6942 N.W. ISih A..nu. -OX 1-7661
Lord's Supper was
Phones MO 7.2561 or MO 6.8407
are praying for all our sick
ery.members to have a speedy recov I Advertise It Pays!

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\.,' I ,- ,.'r SALE AnnouncementMrs.
I'' r II HOMES FOR

I FOR SALEA Hattie Jackon, beauticianIs
II IIJ Sale Trade Rent now at a new location, Thel-
J Real Steal ma Troy's Beauty Salon, 738
NW 3rd ave., where her customers -
Saints and Sinners Club doing may see her.Personal .

2-bedrooms, Florida room, best business in town.

CBS. All tile features. 2227 $3,000 down, handles. Mention

Forest St., Liberia, also
5425 NW 22nd Ave. Mrs. Evelyn Floyd returned
5550 S.W. 24th St., Carver last weekend from California,

Ranches. Small down pay OX 1.8009CRAWFORD visiting friends. In San Francis.
n fr W>1 ; co. Oakland Sacramento:: ; and
2 bedroom house. ment, balance like rent. Richmond ahe was the houseguest
. WANTED LOVELY living room. See it in Oakland with Mr. and
i room
Dining
" ." CALYPSO BAND for November at 727 NW 64th St. PL 80792. A .Mrs. Cecil Henderson of Win.
CE 5-8168. 01. stad St. While In Sacramento,
4 appearance. STORE. 1601 NW 64th St. B-3, HI 3-1983 HI 3-8412 she also was guest of Mr. and
CARE front 10' alley PARK Mrs. George. Mrs. Floyd arrived
CHILD 20x96, glass
For' children In my home, lIlt AAA, overhead loading door. $200a YU 35815HOUSE and returned by National Super
NW 66th St. PL 73326. Pick up month lease. OX 1-8532 or TU Electra Jet.
07
and delivery. 81962.
4-unit apartment lots
CHILD CARE BEDROOM HOUSE, 1783% NW
Will take care of children in 61st St. $18 a week. bedroom NOW ON SALE New Home For Sale
my home. 1328 NW 66th Terr., house, 6233 NW 20th ave. $11a FOR SALE

PL 93840. week. 75 x 101 Feet 5625 SW 15th St.

RENT3ROOM TWO BEDROOM apartment.. $250 Down CARVER RANCHES
Reasonablerates
FOR
clean, quiet location.
down
.J1 cottages, stoves and stove and refrigerator $70 per month, $200
62nd St. or
water furnished. $10 weekly. furnished. 3020 NW NW 50th St. MonthlyThe
3101 $45
569 NW 8th St. FR 72902. call NE 43259. Worth $11,000
furnished 2 bedroom house

3-ROOM DUPLEXES. 1835-1837 FOR SALECOZY on corner lot. This house is investment that is sure Price $8,900
painted.
Newly
NW 5th Ave.
anda
condition
$1 0 per week. Call Picard Rental CBS home, fence, awnings, in very good only to pay you big dividends Owner PL 4.5105
real good buy at
Agency, FR 7-2902. real bargain, by owner. 3147 I
bedroom apts. NW 58th St. 07 6900.. Open Sunday 1-5 ePercy -
FURNISHED 1
free. $16.60 to $20 aar CBS p.m.
utilities NO QUALIFYING. Modern L. Johnson
week. Good neighborhood. 137 down. Fla. room, 3 baths, .
NW 26th St. Phone day FR $2,750 large lot, etc. 1350 NW 45th St. Reg. Real Estate Broker I We have many lovely 2-

7.2196, evening FR 93530.Indf 021 Income Property 3781 Grand Ave. bedroom, 3 bedroom, du

NO QUALIFYING. Vacant, nice 3 CBS units Phone HI 64)334 plexes. Homes with income,

FURNISHED APT. Free lights CBS. Fla. room. $795 down, $500 Down units, at terrific sacrifice
and water. 709 NW 65th St. PL that's it. Move in Nov. 1, ,p a y Very prices. Also many beautiful
__ $12,500.
Total price
7-9594 or OX 1-6073. realtor. .
month uen-Kon, Park
187 a homes in Manor or
2644 NW 62nd St. OX 19372. good condition. A good opportunity -
APARTMENT. Nice clean place. to live rent free by Stephens Manor. Close to
6306 NW 16th ave. FR 19797. old, schools shopping. As
Indt BUSINESS building, 3 years renting out 2 apts. If you pool, ,
or NE 41886. B3, AAA, 1601 1603 NW 54th interesteed in good in- $90 Cash low as $350 down, $400
20x95 vacant and air. are
St. Store ,
FURNISHED APT. Nice big yard. condition office. 20x105. Owner come property see this be- $50 A MONTH down, $500 down. Beauties 1
12426.
OX
Reasonable price Call occupied. 132,500, OX 1-8532 or fore you buy. Partly furnished. Near NW Mr. George will help you to get

INDIVIDUAL single houses, TU 8-1962 54th St. Call to see. Jtust' the horn e yoanJJv8 yVlJ....
children play area, parking, quiet Small cottage, just the home you are looking
and peaceful. $10 and up. Mrs. $195 DOWN month. Total We can finance your automobile for, at the right price. And with
but nice. $69 a
Donovan, Mgr, FR 14620. 617 $7,000. That's it. Move in. Ben- liability insuranceon $490 .Down the right financing. Call PL
07 0.8741 for his valuable free advice
NW 8th St. Kori Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd monthly payments.Goodman's .
easy
2.DEDROOM apartment. 1980 St., OX 1-9372. LIVE RENT FREE

NW 55th St. NE 39908. Real 2 Houses on 1 Lot SPECIAL!
home. $150 I
NICE $50 2-bedroom month. OX 1.8371 Live in one house, let the This Sunday' See Mr. George
FURNISHED ApartmentAll' down, per

utilities week. 620 furnished.NW 8th$12.60 St., per FR INCOME property. Live cost one, Estate & Insurance other payments.make''No your qualifying.monthly 1159 NW at 48th St.

in Apt. 1. rent one. $500 down, you
Caretaker
72902. about $40 a month Move in. Ben- 2688 N.W. 62nd St. I Open 1-5 p.m.

ROOM. Nice neighborhood. One Kori Realtor 2644 NW 62ndSt. $490 Down 2 bedroom, 1 bath, CBS, hardwood .
1-9372.
block to bus and Jitney. 55th St. OX OX 10380A floors screened front

use of kitchen, NE 46310. BY OWNER. $399 down. $61.52 $89 A MONTH porch BO x 100 lot, closed gar

month. 2 bedrooms CBS. FHA 4 bedrooms, Fla. room, age, Bill tiled roof, separate
FURNISHED Efficiency. $14.Fre.e cost. 2980 NW 67th near dining room, no closing costs,
gas, water and electrlcty No closing TAPESTRY front porch, carporte, lilA, $450 down.
4190 NW 32nd ave. St. NW 46th St. Do not have

--- I I to qualify. See today. For Mr. "George" Call
:
LOVELY HOUSE. $22 per i : :
Will apply rent to pur- 1 I Realty
week.
payment.chase. Own NE your 5-6566.home, Excellent no down "Core-Graff' School for Nurse's AidsTEN TRIO REALTY 8201 Spitzer Biscayne Blvd.

location. WEEKS COURSE 801 N.W. 54th St. PL 9-8741

Open dally. O turn to 6 p.m.
E. PICARD PL 9-8372 NE 5-8745 IncludingWHOME Sundays
Rental Agency ENROLL NOW
A Rental collections; property I
Management, real estate LEARN BEDSIDE: NURSING AND INFANT CARE
1 1226 N.W. 3rd Ave.,' FR 7.2902FURNISHED .

I Cottage. Suitable Have a Lifetime ProfessionFR SERVICE

for one or two. Private. Stove $150
water. Inspect
and refrigerator. Hot 95857MATURE
at 1401 NW 68th Terr. 1-8381

e Call OX 62392.APARTMENTS :
: TV SALE! SAME DAY FREE DELIVERYSee
$10 per
from Series
World
The
week. Unfurnished and from $18
I per week fully furnished. Free REPAIRS AND SALES GUARANTEEDKNOW
'-' utilities. 834 NW 70th St. WOMENYour YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONET
u
NICE LARGE ROOM. Couple or JOESCOTl'AUTHORIZED
either a single man. 831 NW FACTORY TV REPAIR
58th St. age is not a handicap. If you have four hours a 923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381

3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex. day and are able and willing to work, Avon has a ..
y $12.50week :
"
furnished. -- -
Water Is interview :!: :
r Rental Agency. earning opportunity for you. For
ly. Call E. Picard wonderful

I j !I FR 72902. ai your home phone Mrs. Thelma Harris, NA | No Closing Costs No QualifyingOpen

ROOM for a nice lady. 6710 NW 12.5 p.m. Sunday
; 19th Ave. NE 4-8495. 1.3840 or FR 16407. o7
J 1391 N.W. 42nd St. Gorgeous CBS 3 bedroom homeon

i REAL NICE furnished apt. down 028 double corner lot. Air condition, fence, awnings,
40500.
$16. NE
town area.
? enclosed work shop. Many extras. $1,800 down.
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IN OUR SCHOOLS SATURDAY OCTOBER 7, 1961 PAGE 15


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LIBERTY CITY SUNCHE PARK I J. W. JOHNSONOn NORTHWESTERN HIGH I Dade Schools Begin

, Thanks to Mrs. Madeline The PTA met Monday night, your passing ,by James W. The PTA was off to a of good the : Fall Recreation
first meeting
start at the
Poltlcr, zone supervisor, arithmetic Oct. 2 at 8 p.m. with the presU Johnson school see If the grounds
the third and fourth dent, Howard Coachman presid have not taken a different look year. The officers elected were: ProgramThree

grade teachers were able to attend ing.The from that of the first day. If -Mrs. Gladys Had ley, president; elementary school sites
their regular monthly devotion was open with you have not, we can say It has Mrs. Elizabeth White, first vice and two high school sites in
Arithmetic Practicum on MondayOct. the reading of the 21st Psalm. and everyone 1* very elated over president; Mrs. Eliza Smith Dullard Dade County have launched *
2 in the curriculum labora U. parliamentarian. diversified fall and winter rec.
tory. As exemplified by Mrs. The minutes of the previous It was through the generosityof reatlon program conducted un
Peltier, there Is a volume of ex meeting were read by the secretary our mayor, Henry Mllander These officers will serve for der the supervision of the Metro
perienced know-how planned for Mrs. Catherine Wells. who donated these many beautl- one year as regular election is Dade County Park and Recreation
the group. There will be a talent show ful shrubberies (a thousand scheduled for next year. Parents, Department, according to an
Last week we forgot to men. Nov. 10. The> committee consists thanks from all of us); R. K.' keep up the good work and con announcement ,by A. D Bares di
tion the names of a few of our of Mrs. Speights, Mrs. Bird and Tally, supervisor of maintenancewho tlnue to come out each third rector.
new teachers: Mrs. Mozell Turner other assisted with his technical Monday at 8 p.m. A well planned I The program is similar to a six

Roberts, Mrs. Dora Pattersonand There will be a baby conteston know how by placing the shrubsin agenda la awaiting your careful !weeklong summer recreation
Mr. Rogers (music.) We aro Dec. 4. These youngsters are their right places for replant. attention throughout the term. program, Just concluded, which

glad to be able to welcome them able to perform with such dignity ing; Oswald, manager of the Please observe our football had youngsters an attendance of 62,000
into LCE family HIaleah Nursery, was also
our enthusiasm and skill. Tho very ,
schedule. Remember that North.estern from
The activities range
helpful. We cannot overlook the
,We were so glad to have Mrs. demonstration was enjoyed by fact that the manpower of the is your senior high school crafts, story telling and games
Dobbs with us again and may we all.Mrs. Daddys Club of J. W. Johnson and we are depending upon you for first and second graders to
say thank you for rememberingone Sylvia Lambert also ex' was Instrumental in getting to be a booster Please put forth organized dances and gym
of our co-workers in timesof pressed thanks for a remarkable these plants in the ground. every effort to support your nights for teenagers.
darkness; likewise we are job, our one aim is to help our We Dulls: Several adult: programs are also
happy to have Mrs. Insley Parker boys and girls to Improve them. are still accepting plantsfor Included. The following
back home who has been lick selves 6O they can become men ed in our grounds. Thoee Interest... I October 6, Mays schools are involved: Elementary .
for several weeks. and women of tomorrow, and we helping us foster this project October 21, Roosevelt (Homo- Frank C, Martin, Bunche
are asked to call the
will be very proud of them. I prin coming) Park and Polnclana. High
Albert Dixon and his etiff: ciple. The project chairman will
Mrs. M Williams, Mrs. L. Clay.. I would like to express my have the plants picked up or if October 28, North Dade I schools Further, North information Dade and on Maya.these
ton, T. Johnson and II. Howardas sincere appreciation to each and you desire you may bring them November 4, Jones recreational activities
fall may
per usual have been more everyone for being here tonight yourself
November 10, Dillard be obtained through the Recretlon -
The meeting was adjourned.Our Mrs. E. O. Primus
than helpful during these first principalJ.
November 23, B. T. Washing Division of the Metro Dade
next meeting will be Nov. 6. H. Reddick
few weeks of school. reporterJ. ton. County Park Dept. at FR 36385.

The Girl Scouts and Brownies The following persons consented R. E. LEE ELEMENTARYSouth The Miss Contestis
Homecoming
to their babies in
at our school have already been sponsor Benefit Dinner for
well
ladies
the contest: Mn. Florence Jack. Miami underway.. Young
organized; but any parent wanting son, Mrs. Housln and Mrs. Rog- from all homerooms are vying for Handicapped KidsThe
her daughter to become
a era, Our PTA had Its first meeting the queenehip which will terminate
member of this organization may Miami chapter of the Frontiers
and we i October 16. Feel free to
I were grateful for the
still have her join by contactingthe Vernon Miller, ETV teacher attendance of the many parents I help the candidate of your International, one of the
sponsors: Mrs. Sands, Mrs.C. and four choice will to the country's' foremost service organizations
pupils gave a wonder. derful start, with the hope of do. as proceeds go
Johnson, Miss Hudson, Mrs. benefit
will hold a
ful
demonstration. This gave usa we have Athletic Association. ,
I gotten off to
M. Thompon or Mrs. McFadgon. a won-
clear dinner for handicapped children
understanding and a bet. ing a bigger and better Job. We
Along with our science practicum ter insight of the ETV programas also have several Congratulations are in {order attending Brownsville High
and its theme, the whole I a whole. We wish to thank our staff this new teacherson for the two gents of the staff School. The affair will be held
school is aglow with studies centered Mr. Miller for doing such a mar I Holmes and Mr. Starks.year: Miss who received master degrees: Thursday evening, Oct. 19 at
We
around the solar system. velous job In helping to prepareour also glad to have Mrs. Holton'are I j I Theodore Blue and Thomas Pa. the James E. Scott Community

,We have become more tolerantof children to become finer and back with us again this term. She Association Center No.3, 7200
pino.We
other cultures at LCE-thanks better human beings. wasn't with us last year. i I are proud to announce that NW 22nd ave. at 7 o'clock The
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is invited.
to the fact that we have students '1 public
The Resource Class is doing three of our boy have been For information contact O
from varying culural back. DUNBARELEMENTARY just wonderful. Thanks to Mr. ,, awarded scholarships to attend Kilpatrick, NE 4.8121 or O
grounds. It's always rewardingto Higgs for euch a splendid job he the Introduction to Engineering
learn One of the largest PTA meet. Reeves, OX 1.0421.
about
other lands.
is doing, planning enriched ac. course at the University of MI.
ings
on record
Mary F. Williams, principal was held Monday
tlvltles. I I nail George Green John Shepard -
night. An
Denis R. Thomas IV, reporter expanded "First i and Vorry Moon attend this
Americans" skit I For these Your
Register
developed high
by ability pupilswe
class at the University from 5 to
,
the 6th .
DORSEY JUNIOR HIGHThe culminating and activity 6th grades for the as first they'1! rents are of also our ,meeting reminding the our fourth pa1 6 p.m. each Thursday. Talented Child

second regular meeting of ETV; Social Studies Unit w ft a Monday in every month. We are Music, Dance or Art
our PTA will be held Monday, favorably received.Mr. preparing our PTA calendar for Fine Arts ConservatoryCarver
Oct. 9 at 8 p.m. in the auditor Allgood, publicity chair. '> the year which will be ready at for this term
lum. All are most cordially in. man, made announcements of our next meeting. 'We have some ''Mrs. Sarah Anderson, Pres.; YMCA
vited to attend. The meeting will general school standards and re. very interesting things planned Miss W. C. Bawl, principal. OX 6-0231

be held one hour only. qulrements, such as tees, atten ,I or- .M. .. I! ..tr_ JtI gl!! 11. ..
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You will have the opportunityto trips, conduct, grades, I
meet the school faculty and etc.
principal and learn of your Mrs. Glenn spoke on Cafeteria For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallBONDED
child's educational opportunitiesat Procedures and how the nutritional
Dorsey. The PTA'e programfor needs of children and
the year will be presented as adults are met through balanced
well as some of our plans for this lunches.
year. The School Curriculum Council z '
Please attend. Plan on joiningour Mrs. Hawkins, C. A. chair. 8 y xyl % '
PTA this year; the member man also held Its first meetingon
ship committee will have a table the past Monday.
where you can sign up if you Discussion was based on the
rare to join at Monday's meet guidance services bulletin and COLLECTIONET(4f
bulletin No. 1.F, Procedures

ing.Willie Scott, president, E. K. Manuel for elementary grades
Lockhart, principal.DON'T and grade seven.
Mrs. Love, librarian, will participate
on the "Focus on You"
program at the State Materials AGENCY Inc.
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money to your upset pocket.
J Write him today, enclose a $3.00
Y donation. For reply he will send If 1WII
FIE 55ARtlfiE prayers that have helped others.
Why not you? ,

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FINDER! O.X"THEY 'GENERAL i Observed
I Individual Seats
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,: TELL \ffi that the II'' 10)) last week
,i Bunche Theatre Is being con Dave were out 50
'. verted Into a bowling alley. Woo Chance, dig this
metco' lost Its lease and when sing my _
the group owning the building Break Sunday. '
I found out what they were buckIng .
(they wanted to operate the The FAMU k ,
""I I theatre) plans were changed to lined up deluxe -r---
a, bowling alley and lounge to take the 'I' '
Napolean Reed favorite of Tallahassee
Beautiful
Broadway In Swinging Affairs of Southern game. In Stephen'sManor
61, opened at the Hampton ray now and
House Club this weekend. The vation. The
show is loaded with top talent for the round
i JA Pretty Monique Montez, formerly Joan Shaw?
:,. of Broadway smash hit, Ja. who sang We urge you to ,see our bonanza of values
r{I"11'\ malca, Don Fontane, modern the early' 60's is
-I" dance stylist, Vanilla Williams, time now with Open Sunday 2-6 p.m.
\w exotic dancer the best In these "Squeeze Me",
I: parts, and many others along Noble Sissle'e 832 N.W. 76th Street ', : $12,400
I with the ever popular Myrtle
Jones orchestra. If you haven't 833 N.W. 76th Street 13,000
'
I'; seen Shon., you will in this stella
event. I 1021 N.W. 76th Street 10,900 '
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I SIGMA OMICRON Alpha Chi : 1083 'W.W.' 77th Street 14,990
Pi Omega is mailing invites to
Its autumn tea, Sunday, Oct. 22 Low Down PaymentsWe
j at Liberty Square audit Dt.
Elks of Greater Miami
I will be seen in their Temple annual invite you to inspect these excellent value to
style show and coffee at the Mary see for yourselves and be convinced.
Elizabeth Oct.. 22 Charlie
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I Anderson's Fair Deal Grocery e r.
.. and Market, Richmond Heights,
,( may take in additional space any SEE MISS RUSSELL AT 632 N.W. 76th ST
day. The way "Chuck" is dealIng -
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nothing can stop him. KAISER & LEE REALTORSPL
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I REMEBER that sweet, soft 7.4588 MU 1-6062
voice on radio some time ago '
that answered to the name of ,
June? She's back home and to .
stay They are talking about: : I '
The one hour PTA meeting at .
Dorsey Jr. High Monday, Oct. 9. ---- "Cream of The Crop"CBS
Willie Scott, president, and E. Spltzer
K. Lockhart, principal St. the Board '
James' male chorus to celebrate pleasure in Homes Open 2-6 p.m.FHA .
its third anniversary Sunday. George
Rev. H. McNeal Harris, you so well
pastor; APPROVED 1 MORTGAGELOW
1\\ Willie Scott is president The I as sales m
I ,; Sts. Ann-Margaret Episcopal Wo. Realty Is now DOWN PAYMENT
men had to change the date of finding homes r e e e r i
their fall dance at the King O' or friends as
Hearts to Nov. 2."CELEBRITIES. Mr. "George" ((3 BEDROOMS)
maliarly known 1140 N.W. 46th STREET

Unlimited" is offers in you his 1'I Fla. room, carporte, beautifully decorated, awnings,
coming your way. Remarkable the ence right price built in .stove and oven. $850 down. No closing cost.
Ruben Trio, the Four Bits and ment-and the ....-....--....
Mr. Personality, Wally Futch, payments
direct from Julian Marco's The 4628 N.W. 8th AVENUE

Rancher Lounge, Monday, Oct. 21ots, mansion type, huge rooms, Fla. room, A.I
II 16 at Northwestern audit. Extra shape, corner.

added, recent attraction TV Edward 'Waiters I Advertise. ....-......-....
I Big Break win. ... .
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ner If you didn't dig TV's 4820 N.W.15th AVENUE
Big Break (Sun. noon channel 2 baths, 3 years new, built in stove-oven. Can be

used a* duplex.

BROWNSVILLE P. T. A. ....-.-....
771 N.W. 47th STREET
,To the parents! and friends of
Brownsville Junldri-ntb( .,'.School, ,;; ", > .",trj ., 2 baths, A-l shape, only $14,350, $500. down, $$Z ...
Itf is ,our :pleasure tJ'-'a noiince.. <:. .FOR':: ; : per month.. Hurry on this.; ?' *v.,oIP, '*.'._ -;: ,.; ':',
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new term on Thurs Beautiful ;
day night, 'Oct. 12 at 8 o'clock.A 1071 N.W. 77th STREET
t well ,planned and informa and den. ; $600 down, $70 per month. Carporte, partly furnish.
tive evening has been arranged. overhead ed, stove, refrigerator, tile roof, hardwood floors.
We are expecting you. shop, vine .... .... ....

Mrs. Charlotte Wright, presi area, ((2 BEDROOMS)
dent: Mrs. Ida T. Ratcliffe, prin 911 cipal. $103 a
NE 5-4933 Fence, awnings, Fla. room, stove, refrigerator, large
rooms, $450 down, no closing cost.'

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Duplex Corner $400 down $77 a month, corner, garage, hardwood
To enjoy floors, tile roof. ,

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1430 NW 59th St. phere- 2 Fla. rooms, partly furnished, carporte, lovely, $350
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$67 a month.

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Corner, asking $10,000, only $56 a month, A-l
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