The Miami times
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 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 14, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00287

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three-year crusade to en.
Hat 12 million Protestant and
With Discrimination Orthodox church women to tight

racial, discrimination was launched

;:_ ,. Kaejal (MUrrimluauon: charges. Tuesday by the United Church
+ 4 Were filed Tuesday with the Women Assembly at Miami

wt Pres'.dent'H! Committee on Equal Beach.

'Imp.oyment Opportunity against 1 1A 1i "Assignment: RACE, 1161.64'
144+ 1 six private companies, a labor L Is :to-be a series of workshops! Insight

union and a state agency, sections of the' coastry to
teach practical war to HniatfA..
The- NAACP, which filed the racial barriers la ftwreiue?
complaints, is supported by 80 schools, housing and .,=,1.07-
affidavits signed by persons who ment.
claimed they were discriminated A F 'vyN In her address to the 2. : '&galnstbecause of their race. N, delegates at the assembly on
( AV Tuesday Mrs. Esther Peterson
In the complaints were named .' assistant secretary of labor
the Line flail the and
Atlantic Coast pratsrd project highly
road send' the St. Louis-San' "' urged the women to tackle eco
1- nomic discrimination against
Francisco Railroad Co; the Negroes

Brotherhood of Tranmen( ; the /I:'. !
Western Electric ,90., Nashville, '. Mrs. Peterson. observed that
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: Negro, maintained by restrictions
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AREA FRESHMAN AT' BENNETT Shown' here Corp, Nashville; Liggett ; on employment and promo.

.,. are some ,of the young: womenifrom'' Fla. who are among, Myers N.C.'Doulda:'\ Tobacco... .Co.,'AJreraH, Durham* Co.;' 's I tton slum, fetters neighborhood him to and segregated their

the 211 members of }this year's record breaking freshman Charlotte, NC. and the' 'North I ----....--...- segregated, schools" In which <*!.

;: class at Bennett College. They Are, left to right, Misses Carolina slon, iat Durham.State Security Commls. The Church of the Open Door: ideation, '"does not reach the level

w- Mary Palmer, Opa Lpcka.; Paujette: ",Hopkins, Miami, Lin- will .present Rosa Page Welch, of hool.that "In' .mixed or wholly white
4 da' Pearson,? Jacksonville; Aaron Robinson, Palatka, ; The complaints charge each of mezzo soprano, in a Festival of l I
the with form of Sacred Music with' combined
Juanita Jackson Jacksonville and Lias group some ; She noted, that "the proportion
Essie Winter
racial discrimination In employ.gent. Choirs of United Church of Christ ol the Negro labor force which
Park. Congregations of ,Greater Miami
unemployed I is over twice as
participating the Miami high .a* the ".. .
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neach Auditorium, Sunday, Oct.
I White labor force 12.6 per'C'fnt

;' UL Rosa 8:30 Page p.m.' Welch to an Inter. August compared 1961 "to 6,4 per cent in
Suspended for "TalkingBack" nationally known concert artist
I who has received many honors Furthermore, Negroes, ac.
for' her servlcQi' ,)-among them an count 'for 22 per cent of the
honorary doctorate from Eureka 'hard core' unemployed those
Man Kills Four College and the Distinguished unemployed for 27 weeks or
; Service ,Award from the' Nation more *f? but constitute only 11
alCpnference; of Christians. and per cent of the total labor
GARY, Ind. A steelworker :looks like you're going to get 'a Plant Guard Chewier Merlda t J8'f Ji('. .',1 f', i '., force/f"l''i\ ahe eaid"'
went beaerk'after' being suspend nw boss" after he had gunned, took dead aim from 63 yards .
ed for talking; back Tuesday and down the seven men in a reign away' and dropped Davie with a
went on a .factory killing spree, of terror at the Gary .Sheet and' ballet behind the right ear.
against. his bosses.{ Four men Mill Co.Davis. Shriners Donate
were killed and three more were died just as he leveled
shot before a plant policeman his imub.nosfd .38 revolver at ACTORSTO
killed the gunman. the guard barring his path
Police said Mile P. Davis, 29, tlirpugh the main gate of the
boasted ;to fellow workers "It plant END ALLSEGREGATION $5,000 to NAACP

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E' ':< 'l-0I1 Fund, received .a $5,000 donation
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r 'y JIMCROW .Ma V 8's Shriner contribution to the
.. Legal Research Fund.
i: AUDIENCESNew The presentation was made by
,' Charles Dargan National direc
,' York Actors of the I legitimate
theater and producers W ., tor of the flhrlner's NAACP
Foundation Drive, to outgoing
reached agreement to bring
t have director Counsel Thurmond Mar.
about the total desegregation of r
ball In the Legal Defense Fund
I the American theater within a. offices at 10 Columbus Circle.
\ year. i New York City.

L I t They hare decided upon a cut. Ot Mr Marshall cited the Shrin.
off date of June I, 1962! beyond era for their continued annual
which they will return to per. t, 1+ support of the Legal Defense and
i form in any theater which still r Us activities Mr. Marshall, who
require the segregation of Ne. : Is himself a Noble of the Mystic .
grace and Whites. L. Shrine and an active member of
Xhe agreement has just been Medina Temple No, 19 In New
reached ,between Actors' Equity York ,City resigned last week to '
and the League of New York take a federal judgeship, culminating
-- -- Theater and was made public 25, yean of service to the
Miamians will see a lot of these two halfbacks tonight Tuesday legal work of the NAACP. t

in the Orange Bowl when the University _of. Miami Wherever theaters fail to comply N. Patrick, flange 21, ion of ,
host to the University of Colorado. Ted Woods ((36) they lose bookings. They will Mrs M Athalte Range and the !
plays also face litigation from the National ;ate Oscar L. Range has taken amlnations.He
will start at left half and Ed Coleman ((46)) is at right Association for the Ad. over the managership of the Is also a 1958 graduate of
half. yancement of Colored People. Range Funeral Home. nooUer T. Washington High and
Taking note of the actor-producer earned his D. 8. degree from
Woods is the speedster who raced CO yards on a agreement, Herbert 11111, labor Young Range graduated in Vforehouse in 1961. ,
punt return against Oklahoma State. He is the National. ,secretary of the NAACP, said his September from the New England Range Is Imbued with the civic
Collegiate 40 meter champ and was a member or the!, U.s. organization "will initiate litigation Institute of Anatomy and consciousness of his parents. He
I wherever segregation Embalming in Boston and must is a member of the Frontiers In
1960 Olympic team. Both boys are from prl', !!'lvanla. statutes are Invoked against this serve three years apprenticeshipbefore ternational. Alpha Phi Alpha fnu 11 '
(see. story on page 14)). I stand." taking tils state board. ezt It', a.._' A..x.RANagliakef; :
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who left a baby girl.
I (Mrs. Ethel James, mother of ings to the Junior Red ,CrdAe

HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLSCelebrities our curriculum assistant convalescing Is at Council.director of Miss educational Margery, relation Cottfdy

.. home and Is reported CnoM
Junior Red
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remarks. This meeting was
We made
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA stay are praying at :, and wishing, for hera well attended and- 12 elementary
SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 196i speedy recovery.R schools were represented.An repast was prepared
PAGE 2 reporter enjoyable
J. Vickers,
Unlimited at Sylvia Lambert, principal and served by our cafeteria
find staff at the close' of the meet
Oct. 16
celebrities unlimited auditoroum performingIn of EAST OPA LOC A BUNCrJE 1AtC LIBERTY CITY Ing.With this very good beginning,.

the beautiful and 'Fire Prevention Week Is most are are in hoes that the Junior
Senior High School School days are here again Most of our boys and girls we
Northwestern feast evident at Bunche Park. In addition Red Cross Council will havea
studded show is head the parents and teachers of glad that National Fire Prevention
This star Remarkable Rubin Mitchell Opa Locka have begun the to periodic fire drills, a, Week is over; this comes successful rear.Elizabeth .
lined by with' Ideas. series of talks on practices to becausewe Johnson, principal
and his Trio. Along with school year hew not as a surprise to us
Rubin will be the entire ehow The PTA met on Monday, Sep prevent fires are being given by I well know how they feel; themanv Yvonne DeVeaux, reporter
the Rancher Lounge.. This tember 19 to discuss plans for Harold Mitchel and others dur Are drills that we had at
from cast Includes The Four Bits. The the year. It was decided at that ing the morning devotions.We the school. Nevertheless, we' all Debators AddressNorthwestern
Musical Madmen and' the ever. time to have Mommy Daddy are continuing to grow. 'earned from the experiences.The .
"Mr Personality" : Clubs In ,each classroom to assist Since Sept. 6 our enrollment has Elementarr
popular Wally 1179. Liberty City PTA
Futch: Added attractions will In. the teachers In any way possible.The increased from 1129 talented to Fla.A School Players, which Is led by
Edward Waiters, a two- officers for the school year Bobble Kendrick, a ,Edwards will" be here
elude winner of the TV's Dig are Albert Tressvant Sr., ,president and M graduate, has been added Irene Sunday morning. Let's Northwestern PTA sponsor*** a
time Break show and last but not ; Miss A. F. Malone, vice to, the faculty to take care again call station this WMBM as to the eX'act public debate of the current civte
least, the Hampton House prima president; Mrs. Mary A. Jenkins, of the increase. time of the program. The I issue, McLeod vs. Metro, on
star, Myrtle Jones. You cannot secretary; Mrs. Miller, assistant; Miss Christine Saunders, 11;: play this week centers around 'Thursday In the auditorium
afford to miss this two hour and Mrs. Dorothy Gibson, trea- brarlan, was in attendance at the the lives of famous composers, I with four local attorney tacklinr
show of ehows. Students 66 cents surer fall materials conference for librarians since' we are in the process of the issues.
The next meeting is Monday at convened at Fla. at
which concerts .
adults $1.00. having our annual Garth C. Reeves, managing editor
8 p.m., Oct. 16. We invite your interests A and M University on Oct. 67. Miami. i tell| of the Miami Times, sorted
RAINBOW PARK presence at this time to share Mrs. R. J. Vickers was away on Our curriculum assistant Mr*. moderator. After hearing both
and make suggestions. the same date attending the 7th I. Blue Is away for a while; as sides of this vital issue citizensare :
in the library Reme-mbeer that an organization of the
Classes began Leadereehip Conference however, Mrs. Glendena Edwards to express
lovely display of all our can be built only on value, Teachers Association better
with a Fla. State Is presently serving in that capacity at the polls next
new books. All classes came Into quality and integrity. which was held at Bethune- at our school. themselves
to view and browse 'Mary Jenkins, reporter week.
the library Cookman College. the
F. Henry
Mrs. ,
Thanks to
through the latest additions to Josephine D. Mackey, Prin. Miss Saunders and Mrs. Tick- PTA was a big success. We are Appearing on the panel for the
our collection. The librarian, ers will share the highlights of overly elated over the fact that i McLeod Amendment were Dan
Mrs. Cannon, received many DUNBAR ELEMENTARYThe these meetings with the faculty the participation has more than Chappell and Arthur Karlick. For
compliments from the faculty on Oct. 17, Robert Friedman 'andGreen
not come out to Metro were
doubled. Why
Is being
and students for her selection of Student Council The committee for American
attractive and useful books.Rainbow reactivated this ,month under Education Week, J. Fryson, see about your child?
Park started what is the guidance of the sponsoring chairman is in the process of It seems as if the name of one Northwestern' regular PTA
believed to be the first of such committee: Mre. Jollivette, Miss completing plans for A. E. Week. of our nev teachers, Mrs. Dora meeting will be held on MondayOct.
program in the county on Thursday in the cafeteria. It was Edwards, Evelyn Jones, Roslyn absent a few days due to the Illl. the news. We are so pleased to Member are asked to assemblein
School Lunch Day. A delicious Bethel and Mr. Klrne ness of her' baby girl Mrs. Rogers have her with us. the gym as there will be an-
meal was served and all children The Dunbar Family offers con. is expected back to school ,Mary F. Williams, principal auditorium. Prizes will be givento
were urged to buy a hot lunch. I gratulations to Mrs. Jollivette_..__ Dents- R. Thomas, reporter the home rooms having the
The atmosphere was excellent; and Mrs. Littles upon the soon.Mr., and Mrs. Leo Thompklns largest attendance.
soft music, flowers and beautifully cess of their daughter and IIUU-I PHYLLIS WHEATLEYThe
decorated tables. It was I Clarice Regina Jollivette
of the Ele.
successful and will be, con. freshman at Howard first meeting
tinued.very Congratulations to Mrs. who recently won a $4,000; scholarship mentary Junior Red Cross Conn STATEMENT HBQtJlHEB BYTHB
Council for this school term ACT OF AUGUST U, 101",
Louise Shorter and her staff.A as the result of 1 i ty
staff member has been examination. We were also was held at Phyllis Wheatley on I AS AMENDED BY THE ACTS
added to the family. She is Miss pleased!! to note that the late Dr. Friday, Oct. 6. OF MARCH 8, 1038, JULY 2,
Yvonne A. Puyol, a 1961 honor Cyrus Jollivette is being memo- A most interesting and enjoy 1040 AND JtTNE 11, 1960 (74
graduate of Florida A and M rialized through having the Low able program was planned and STAT. 298) SHOWING TIlE
University.; She is the new sec. Cost Housing Project for the el. supervised! by the Junior Red OWNERSHIP, MANAGEMENT,
". I lerly name for him, Jolllvetee was Cross sponsors at Phyllis AND CIRCULATION OF THE
James retar) William reading, and EI' long time member of the boardof Wheat'ey, Miss Ruby King, Miss MIAMI TIMES published weekly
The Gifted Child's Program Is JESCA and an ardent worker I Yvonne DeVeaux, Miss Albertha at Miami, Florida for Sept. 80,
being successfully .handled by with and for communltl projects. Wells and Franklin Beckwith; 1001.
Mrs. Rosa Miller, arithmetic resource (Members of the Dunbar family Mrs. Elizabeth Espy Johnson,
teachers. were much in evidenceat principal, worked diligently In I 1. The names and addresses! of

Jttrs. Ruth R. Cannon, the wedding receptionof making the program a success. the publisher, editor, managing
reporter Mr. and Mrs. Will Miller More than 30 eager students participated editors and business managers

Mrs. Rosa Fortson, Prln. (Gloria Phillip) held at her on this program. The area
mother's home on 65th Terr on students participating were from Publisher: H. E. S. Reeves,
HIGHThe ,last Friday night. 1424 NW 69th St., Miami.
NORTH DADE Our physical education depart Editor: H. E. S. Reeves, 1424

North Dade PTA meeting mpnt is presently testing 6th and NW 69th St.Managing .
Thursday, Sept. 22, was largely 6th grade pupils to determine thephysically editor: Garth C.
attended by the parents and undeveloped children STAR MEAT MARKET Reeves, 6861 NW 13th Ave.
friends of the Opa Locka community in those area. Business manager: Garth C.
The president, Anthony We offer our sympathy to Mr. Reeves, 6851 NW 13th ave., Mi
Simons, discussed Metro's pro. Smith of our physical education ami.

posal for the construction of a department whose grandfather, I \1 1520 N.W. 62nd Street 2. The owner is: H. E. S.
swimming pool in the area. Mr. Brown, of Eufaula, !
1424 NW St Miami.
Reeves. ,
The next meeting will be held will be funeralized Sunday
Thursday, Oct. 19 at the audi ,Mrs.' Love was unanimously I 3. The known bondholders,

torium. A representative from elected secretary-treasurer of MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE mortgage, and other security
to be 'present Florida State Library As. THE
Metro is expected the holders owning or holding 1 percent .
to better acquaint the citizens of sociatlon, a section of FSTA, last or more of total amount of
Opa Locka with the ,proposal of week in Tallahassee.Mr. t bonds, mortgages, or other securities -
recreational facilities for the Adams and Mrs. Hawkins are: None.
community. All interested parents are attending the fall meeting of
and friends are urged to be the Florida Council on elementary Fresh Meat-Low Prices 5. The average number of copies
present at this meeting. ; education at Bethune-Cook of each issue of this publication
Anthony Simons, presidentMrs. nan College. Mr. Adams Is chair sold or distributed throughthe
Nettie Spotford, reporter man and Mrs. Hawkins a mem. mall or otherwise, to paid
ber of the State Steering com subscribers during the 12 months

mittee. e! { E .e preceding- the date shown was' :
Register Your 11,518.
Child Gorth C. Reeves
TV NOT WORKING? Free estimate I
Music Dance or Art if you live In Liberty Cityor RESPONSIBILITY ACTA Sworn to and subscribed be.
Brownsville, we will repair fore me this 26th day of Septenv
Fine Arts ConservatoryCarver on credit. Pay weekly. Rowino per, 1961.
YMCA TV. 6952 NW 18th Are, OX MUST IN FLORIDA Mabel Daniels, Notary Public
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Around Miami
.Memphis The widow of Dr.
J. E. Walker, prominent Memphis *
.. businessman. and political
leader, "'1'1 receive more than A
-. By DAVE BONDU $200,000 from his estate in an
agreement reached in the con. .
troversial will case in Chancery

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IT'S TIME to think About what cats standing on the. corner yak Mrs. Louise Walker Tarpleywas
you are going to do so far u ing it up. One cat sea to the other the second wife of Dr. Walk
Metro is concerned. 1 am not go., "You know, I just found out er, who was president of Universal .
ing to tell you what to do, but that there is only one real white Life Insurance Co. and Trl-
whatever you do ,. get out man In the world." State Bank where he was slain
and vote! Let the poolitlciana "Yeah, who's that?" asked the July 28, 1959 by a man who was :
know that the later committed to a mental hospital. .
Negro vote ia an other. The answer was "Former
important vote: The Metro Speaker of the Houee, Sam Ray Walker's widow is now I ROOTIN'I
people and the McLeod people burn. Haven't you noticed that married to Charles H. Tarpley, i
have completely ignored the Ne. even the white folks call him science teacher at Porter Junior
grd (section of this city. ,Theydidn't 'Mr. Sam'T" High School.

even bother to come over The controversial will case was
here except at Northwestern Sr. SPEAKING of things heard: centered around Dr. Walker'
High School, as I understand it There was a beatnik cannibal grown children by a previous
from newspapers. But what hap- who was so 'ep' that he ate marriage A. Maceo Walker,
pened to the Negroes In 0 p a three 'squares' every day.. Sr and Johnetta Walker Kelso -
Locka, Hialeah, Homestead, ,Per. I who contested Mrs. Tarpley's eult DRINK I
rine, Goulds Richmond Heightsand QUICK NOTE DEPT Eddie to get a share of Dr. Walker's
Coconut Grove Dosen't any I Williams isn't at the Miami Car. estate. The court ruled that Mrs. I
one care whether these people ver any more. Seems he has his Tarpley should receive one- !
know what the issues are and own business now Former I
the pros and cons of each one? disc jockey, the beautiful June third .of, her deceased husband'sestate. ............................

Of course, we can't blame the McRae is back in town. Haven't
politician for everything that wen her yet Dave Probln- In an agreement to be submit
happens for the Negro in Dade sky is no longer connected with ted for approval by ChanclLor Fastest Drink
la very lax when, it comes to voting the management of the Sir John Hoffman last week Mrs. Tarpleywill
we don't seem to give and I hear tell he has opened a receive 850 shares of Universal !
4 the
: in West
A hoot who or what happens. We how promotion office there Lift1 stock with a book _ .
feel that whatever those politic- Clinton Moon has the prestige of va'ue of $125 per share (It's
ians decide to do, they are goingto being the first booking agent: worth more), for a total of
do it anyway. It eeems to some working directly out of the Gold $106,250; $30,000 In time de. The Wild Drinkin
of us that regardless of who Coast Agency on Miami Beach posits and certificates; $6,000 in
wins, we still will have jobs as Ethel Waters, star of stage, cash and the Walker home at
Janitors and running errands, screen and records, did a won. 1846 S. Parkway E., valued at the
etc., and no ,white collar jobs derful piece of acting on Houte $30,000 and other consideration
will be open for us, so why both. 66 last week. If you missed it, I Attorneys Wallace Lopeex and Big Square Bottle
er. But if wo get out and rote, am indeed sorry.LAST Robert E. Joyner, who represent
and show the world that we can ed Mrs., Tarpley, said the settlements .
put into office whomever we SUNDAY. the PAr and was also for the benefitof Produced by Comstock Vintner
choose, then we can demand bet Rirdle Club of Miami held., Its her minor child, Leon Esk
ter thing. Oh, well, that's the semiannual tourney at Orange ridge, 6., San Francisco, Calif.
way the cookie crumbles. Unlesswe Brook Country Club' in Holly. volumeA
do this, we will never make wood. WInners of the big trophies 20" by
these cadldates come around to were: Ira Maxwell Clyde
,us and at least meet us half. Young, James Miller, Willie La.
tier and Eugene Clapp. First to SMOOTH.WINE
way.We've fifth places, respectively. O
got Kenneth Williams
Runner up was Earnest Hayes
running for a seat on the tty Trophies were awarded at the
commission/ The only Negro In Club MI, where owner Charlie
the race, and believe me, he will Hayek presented the flret place
need every vote. from everybody trophy, which his club donatedto
to get it. He was the first to file Maxwel. The 2nd place trophy I
'and now there are nine men. tryIng was donated by Jack Eck.,
for the seat that means, stein of Carling Black Label GOLDEN SPUlt
that Kenneth has a. to 1 Beer Companies; and third
chance, and we will have to be through fifth place trophieswere
with him 10 percent to make the presented ,by the club.
grade. I sometimes wish I could
get some place where I could In the women's division, Odessa .
talk to every Negro In Dade .! Wells was leading almost all It has been proven-Advertising Pays off!
County lust once! Impossible! the way' but fell short to take
However, we had better wake up. third place; Grace Maxwell won ..
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second place and
Let's not have that "I don't Mayme '
gave a dam attitude" Let*.Tote drat
TOte vote. Make your The big first place beauty was
own decisions, but VOTE donated by John Williams Trophies .
PRETTY GIRL of The Weeks the Sir John Hotel donated second
Lillie Black Pretty Roy of and third. Bruce McCord,
The Week Ernest Hayes "the golf instructor" received a
Man About Town; Clinton Moon. trophy from Earnest Hayes, the I r YOU
tournament director, for the I
THE GLASS' want to know If highest score Bruce has a ball
you like birthday parties If 10, in every creek; hit every tree and I ;.4..i .? .
he's throwing one of the biggest went out of bounds on every I ,
bashe'i Miami has ever had, hole on Orange Brook that day. Our Sales Have Been Excellent ; I ':"* ,
honoring "Rastus" M played by Orange Brook ,pro, Sam Frost i
Hot Papa Turner and the Turn. donated a box of golf ball,
er Family; essie Ferguson, Bob! which were handed out to the Our First Section is Sold Out
by Marshall and a host of other four runner ups. We are happyto
outstanding performer, Rastua report that the Par and Birdie OUR LOCATION IS
birthday party is one of the fun. Club is a most I successful club. :
meat bits you could see.
HUFF SAID for this week.
CONNIE FARMER at Raker Till the next one, Live Life Dade's fastest Growing Area
Famous Corner is thinking about Every Golden Minute of it.
throwing a Saturday Night Fish Peace.
Fry, but before he doe. he wants

OK.his customers These fish to give fries him would the be Alphas to MeetThe $

free every Saturday night.If Alpha Phi Alpha Fratern.ity Boy NOW $10 IV
you think he should tell will hold its regular meetingat Down Monthly
him. the home of Dr. Nathaniel
\ Colston, 1101 NW 60th St., Sat
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PAGE 4 SATURDAY OCfOBEfc 14> 196i !music} arid dancing. Credit for this.q ,ting' oesto:'Clarence ,......'"
I ain ,who made the arrangements. ,, Insurance tor everyone Don't
another cocktail HThis at the lose,,,your license. We .;lari'tielp
At,6:30: party. one was yaw, 'we cover:' hospitAlization,
B&lch' Lodger: given ,by ,the .Development! Board, Stafford Ule.'hom1:cad,.,Special attention
'board all out, ?in ''to'sn-fiiialt down payment.We .
Sand's, JOt.A,' chairman. Ttys went ,., '
s* '
finance& "*
'helping to 'make the, convention' success: '
I v 'J fAt 'J' .ALTMAN. KiSIIRANCB .,,,.......

.. .._ .__ J. I .:' ." ".10., ;''p.m..ithere was a dance. aiythe Cat, and" Fiddle 709 FR N7W.; '1.2421 8rd St." l:
-Main officeyat 740 N.W. HUh Av..nlle-Phon. OX 1-O421 Cl "' I jq' j\
Urnnrh nt 1112 \\V. Third' AVB., !Miami, ,li"1orJda-Pbon FR 82230 iSaturday:;: morning's session 'was Held ,with'' :the Baha- :.;. .' ) .,..,
'fmasHotel| 'Association, the'Tours Operators and the Taxi- .. .
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II. I 1C. SHHMIUM IU2KVK8: Editor and Publisher. ,, ',. !iCab Association.: D..F Johnson commercial. i manager. \f .t t;. : ": WANTED; s .4"' ":
tlARTH C. ItltJ .
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ICntur<'Ni &* Second O'AS' Mattel, August" 0, 1027, at the Pot Office r .' Topics discussed Included specific activities of the I* '" :
at :Miami Dot'Ida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Bahamas Development; Board. in promotion of the ,Negro "POOL
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-r I .. rr1l. ,, ... -- j_ market; large ,group movements: to Nassau and the, Good; opportunity for right
i 'iiK-i \.I.l ltt"rPr4r '
( attendant hotel problem ,and policy, of the DevelopmentBoard
(II the National .Ne\vo| a(")r lnlllh 'j' I>* ... -.------.- ----...*"'.- regarding, referral of inquiries$ that, came as a result -
SUUSlTuiTION! KATESW" of the Board as developed by the Moss, Kendrick or- Pot information contact
OM; VHAU $.1.00 six MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN 90.00 ganization. Kelly' BarkettPL

y mi", M.iiiui' ;- 1ih.w" :I: iHllMrs that America' can best lead the world Following! this meeting there was ,an informal con- 1-3331
Vim" imiil: 1 Mini Aril tonal HiiiauJnnl when It accords to every man ference with some members Of the press on improving the
t ? RidleftA,01 rAce, color or creed, his human and legal.rlghta. Mating status of 'the 'organization in doing business With Negro .
u". in "M, ,..,ttlll6t flU matt-tlkleffra Press strives to help every man Travel agents .
id, 'firm l P' 'Hf< ihat all hurt
in men lire as long as anyone II heldIwrK .

._...--_. .------ -.- ,. Joining the Society Were Happy Tours, owned by
--- the ,Bahamas Taxi-Citb: Union Sun arfd FUn'Tours, Phillip 0i

VOTE NO Collymore and Jeff Thompson, oWn rs. and Caribbean
Tours, owned by Ivan Alexander .
At the closing session discussions were engaged in
Next' Tuesday October 17 Dade Countians
will go the Peter ,Pan Tours
Society's joint tour promotions the
< Open House
to the polls to exercise ,their right of franchise. They will
representative the Pittsburgh Courier's travel editor,
vote on an amendment to the :Metro Charter known as the 1 760 NW 47th St.
I Clyde Page and Mrs. Gerri Major, representing toe John-
McLeod Amendment. Voting for the amendment will
Publications. $295 down $69 Mo.
mean the death of the charter. To keep Metro going'we :) -
must vote NO. Speakers were Hilton Hill Jac Henderson, Charles i' No closing coats; Very nice
bedroom CBS enclosed
We have had Metro for the past three years, still North, Freddie ,Henderson and Bert Jackson of "Go" 2 ,
Florida This
quite an infant as a government. Not everything that magazine.As, garage, room.
Metro did was done the way we wanted it, Metro has customary President: Earl Kennedy presented a i ifc, a one day special.

made some mistakes, but just where do you find perfection letter of greetings 'from the Mayor of Detroit to His Excellency $345 down $67 Mo.
? Governor Stapleton of the Bahamas. -
Beautiful 2 bedroom CDS.
There certainly has been many improvements made, Winding up the major social event of activities was Large corner lot, carporte,
and under our new ,County Manager Irving McNayr there the banquet at the new British Colonial Hotel This was tile roof, oak floors, air
seems to be a progressive program mapped out.' .' I also sponsored by the Development Board, whose chair conditioned, furnished kit-
One of the biggest issues was reassessment. That has man, ,the Hon. Stafford Sands, was principal, speaker. The chen.
been settled for the present, but certainly there will be Hon., Clarence Bain, followed Mr. Sands and PresidentEarl

another reassessment of property, it is the state ,law., However ,Kennedy, made the response.On $495 down
we believe the next reassessment will be more in Sunday convention members attended the, churchof 'No qualifying, large 3 bed-
keeping with the wishes of the people. their choice. They also enjpyed an outing at Paradise. room, 2 bath CBS. Carporte,

The McLeod Amendment would do away with a Beach. tile roof, terrazzo floors,

county manager. It would reduce the number of commis- Members of the, Travel Society were pleased with one mortgage.
sioners from 13 to 5. In five their visit to Nassau and desire
our opinion would be too few. expressed a to r9turn at We will help with
Suppose a commissioner was out of the city, another was some future time.Attending financing ,when you buying your
ill. Can you imagine /two or three men running a govern- the convention were Mr. and Mrs. Jacob home. Call or visit day a
ment as big as Metro? There should be at least 10 com- Henderson, Miss Mattie Dimery( Dr. and Mrs. Henry or 'night. us
missioners.We Shorter, Dr.. and Mrs. Charles Shorter, Mrs. Virginia
believe the operating of the bus system by Metrois Dickerson, Mrs. Clara Wilson, Miss :Deloris Skinner, all PL7-8456 283 NW 79th It.DN .
a good ,thing for the public. from Atlanta. '

Home rule which we now have should appeal to our From New York: Mrs. Gerri Major, Joseph De Lain

voters.The and daughter; Hilton Hill, Mr. and .Mrs. Mitchell, Mrs. I
Miami Times supports, a NO vote and 'hopes its Roberta Barnes.

readers will vote NO on the amendment. } ,, u : From Washington: Mrs.: Charlotte, ,Coffield, Bert
( 'i
,. : 'JacKsonj; Moss Kendrlx. '.
There are many other reasons whY' 'Metro should be I k
supported. }< Pittsburgh: Mrs. Sarah Stanley and Clyde Page 1l i 7I

:Detroit: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kennedy.

YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKYe ',f' ', Miami: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Markowitz, Mrs. L.
Pearlman, C. C. North'' .and H. E. S. Reeves.
Editor attended the third ,annual convention pt>
the Inter-American Travel Agents Society held Nassau,
Bahamas on October 58. The convention was a success Broadway '1" ,'" -: I

from every angle.Activities Extravaganza I
began in :Miami Thursday morning with a A Tapestry

breakfast at the Hampton House, with Manager Kemp as Nov. 30

host. D). T. WASHINGTON' for Fall BEJtrt"

At Nassau a warm welcome was given the visitorsby AUDITORIUM

local, travel agents and the Taxi-Cab Union and they e"tstp
were housed in four outstanding hotels, the British Colonial iN1 ,
headquarters for the convention, the Fort Montague OR RADIO TROUBLE n sll u st

the Emerald Beach and the Beach Lodge. J TV PHONE PL 1-8381
During the afternoon 'there was a sight-seeing tour a
and a visit. to the well known Flamingo bird show at the House Service Calls $1.50

Ardastra Gardens, Headley Edwards, owner. r Repair and Sales Free Delivery

At 7 p.m. ''the Bahamas Hotel Association was host All work guaranteedKNOW

at an elaborate cocktail party in the Marine Grill of the YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY:
Montague Hotel. JOE SCOTT

Friday morning sea-bathing' and an early breakfast Authorized Factory TV Repair Co., Inc.
with Mr. and Mrs. Urban Bostick as hosts. This was a 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381 SiZEAS
very enjoyable affair.

At 9:30: the first business session was held, with ::
: _
Clarence Bain, M. H. as chairman. He welcomed the con- : -
vention and introduced President Earl Kennedy who de- SHOES FOR CHILDREN? I

livered his ,annual address. .
Best Shoe Best ,Fit Best Buy
Mrs. Freddye Henderson of Atlanta, Ga., secretary I
of the Society made her report and spoke of the plans Child Guide Shoe Co. Inc. ADVERTISED
and accomplishments of the Society. Other speakers Included j ,
Mrs. Gerri Major of the Johnson Publications; REGULAR AND CORRECTIVE

Hilton Hill of New York and Bermuda, and Charles C. Footwear For Children ONWMBM'
North of Miami.
Phone MO 7-0544 ,5852 .Sunset Drive
Several of the many greetings received from more (next to bus, station)

than 70 countries were read. PHILLIP II. SCHWARTZ ,' MIAMI 43, FLA. I
During) ,, !thafterno9n\ ,,ther j i wasa ,v three-' our 'bestride J ,,aip'Nassai;, ,,1t r qr.wi i:.1a1ypso. 1!.,' :: t C1 ) : (EVERY RADIO' ,

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'( B.roward on Nov. 2, and the game with Announcement THE MJAM1 TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDASATURDAY
North Dade on Nov. 9wUl\ ,end
the Eagles' 1961 schedule Mrs. Velderla Sawyer wishes to OCTOBER 14 1061
announce the
a I pun y marriage of her
y rsX The Business ana Professional daughter, Connie; to J :Men's League meets Tuesday Camrldgti,. son :of Mr
"" .giyrNeWBWI.IIJ ...t'II\,'" 'nigJit. Game time 9:30 at the and Mrs. James Cambridge; of OES Chapter to at the regular: meeting place
,. ,),;..,., ; Sunrise.' Bowling Lanes Eight I Coconut tlroye. 1I student Meet Sunday Business of vital importance
I ""ne.....Uy... ,. teams i ar>3 ,swinging 'Tuesday.:. at Morris Brown CM1ege, !u' :At: *. Mrs., Aurelia Major, W. M
'flatter lIo'e"J.t. ,: "Mays'Chevrolet,' Fort Lauder* I lanta majtifing in 'eociologyY The Worthy) ,Matron of, S a'n Mrs. Yvonne Jackson
''dale,, first place, won'9, lost' 0, Salvador Chapter No 120, OES Sec'yJOIN
,;/",-. '- ..,... .--. :ahead in pins.Bowe's '.' On Saturday, Oct. 7, a' shower requests that al4|. members be
}I was given lor
her at the,home
present at
merce The will CWH.:, Chamber of Com Brothers Grocery Barbershop West and Holly Three 1331 of Mr.NW and SOth Mrs.; Wesley Brown, this Sunday a, special Oct. 16 meeting at 4 p.m.I on I THE NAACP!
meet Monday, Oct. wood and St. The following
16. 830- are sec.
pan at persons shared In this
and,place, won 9, lost 0., festive
: .av.and21flt str All occasion: Miss Julia,),&\wy/er/ ,, I
members are askedJo, be pres. Dorothy Richardson,. Mr, and,
.ent. Men of..,4hfe area are asked Frontiers Sponsoring Mr,' Hamilton; Mr. 'and Mrs.,
+-* -w-*-*e- -- ',.Jimmie JordA'. ) .UP..1.. .......' .u..J i I
MM* V very *AUU7JMtV --" .4. u III.
socialize and have recreation, Benefit DinnerEver William Evans, Mrs. Learline
and acquaint themselves with Edythe, Mr. and Mrs. Nathan i. .
the activities' that are going on .mindful that.a community GI son, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas ; r
in the community. We will ape becomes strong through' the efTorte Payne, William, Evans Jr., Chas. ._
predate! your attendance. C. 'B. of its citizens to ,aid those Wl.cbx, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Nel- _
Blount, president: E. K. Hardy, who are ,weakest' the Frontiersof ton, Mrs. Betty Newbold and I
secretary.The America International, is Mrs. Eunice Saunders. _
making} its initial fund raising _
South Broward VFW effort in the form of a "Buffet Mr. and Mrs. Donald Cam.
Post No. 8195 will have a big Dinner" on the evening of bridge Atlanta.: will make their home in T
fish fry and barbecue party Thursday Oct. 19 at the James
Saturday night, Oct. 14 at the I E. Scott Community Center. An
home""of. Mr.: and' Mrs. George appetizing menu is being prepared RANGE
PIn er,- 4007 SW ,26th St. All through the volunteer service
comrades from neighboring posts of ladies of the James. E. 'Scott Continued from ,page 1
are invited. Homes. ternlty and
The prpceeds from this dinner
Church. He Is also
Christie Palmer will sponsor a wi'l' be. used to purchase learn mother's unexplred serving his
tea Sunday, Oct. 15, from 4 to lag materials\ for mentally\ and board of the Carver term YMCA.on the He
6 p.m. at his home, corner of physically hadicapped children was a part of the Atlanta Stu. et'i
54th ave. and 22nd st., Carver In various special classes: of the I dent' Sit-In movement
Ranches,",,.,.... _. ,"for__,,_the_. .benefit..._u.. of_.Men's. Dade Is County School system.- This arrested in a sit.In at the City was I
IH "' UU1U uapt1stiDurcn.. an urgent need, for in as much Hall- Catptprlll__nn.... al...n....._... 'U._ '_. I :
an materials are provided to I960 AVa-U
The beauticians of Broward train these children, in the same ,
County attended the beauty proportion their lives can be Range assumed managership I
clinic in Miami on Monday and mad Into one of self sufficiency of. the business when his mother ,
Turrdav at Bayfront Auditorium. in their economic efforts to maintain w nt to Baton: to study.
Beauticians! came from all over abundant living as adults. Mrs. Range's daughter, Myrna
the state and out of state by Tcost of these dinners are and youngest son, Gary, accom .
special: train. $1.50 each panted ; ?
and may be purchased their mother. The other
I from Hpecla'' education teachers son Oscar Jr., is a senior at
ThFEver.Perm Beauty Clinic 'n schools of Brownsville and Northwestern high ,,
will meet at Eleanor's Salon of Vberty! City areas 'and George
Beauty in West! Ho'lywood. 4444 TCllpatrick' ,. Splc and, Span Mar.
SW 17th st., Pembroke Road (ft. Brownsville. '

Tuesday, Oct. 17 at 1 p.m. All f Home For Sale ;
beauticians are Invited. Those Birth :
from Miami may travel State
Road 7 and turn right at Pern Mr. ''and Mrs. James Marshall $2,700 Cash I& k '
bnokp.. Road, one mile to' Bowe's would like to announce the arrival
Modernistic Barber Shop on the of their new daughter,
corner and Eleanor' next doom Krystal Genlse, born Oct. 3, at Save $1,200
From Pompano and Fort Laud- Mt. Sinai Hospital. Mother and In Fine Whiskey. ,
rrdale, turn left on Pembroke daughter are well.Broadway. 3 bedroom
Road. large corner lot.

Patio, carport garage, fur FLEISCHMANN'S

Dinners will: be sold Saturday nished bedroom apartment. .
Oct. 14 at the home of Mr. and Extravaganza Lot of extras Alto available .
Mrs. Chas. Henderson, 3840 SW Nov. 30 under FHA. is the BIG buy I "
26th st, for the benefit of1 the
T. 1 i ,.. ...M M 1 'II"i
senior and junior usher boards BJ WASHINGTON 1' iii !
/if New Macedonia Baptist $1,000 down
Church, Rev. N. H. Phillips, AUDITORIUM a 1 =
pastor: Phone YU 3.2856 for de8PORT8 Plus closing owner
H.... __....... .. .. PRfJOF I Wl1)1e >$i"i:
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champions again. Many Cincinnati NEW YORK CITY
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Reds' fans In West Holly --
wood and Hallandale are not .::::, -:=--=

feeling good this week after that Tapestry of
13.5 victory to take three
straight in their home town. Fall Fashions" FOR.
Attucks Eagles downed West Bayfront Park Auditorium
Palm Beach 14 to 6 Thursday

night Pompano last,,Oct.we k.13 They In will Pompano meet Friday, Nov; -3rd Better Zoning-Just Law EnforcementFair

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I I Rededication Rally NAACP STATECONVENTION The youth and senior branch
sessions will convene on Friday
PAGE 6 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1961 I Sunday inBandshell and continue throughout Saturday -
Nov 17 and 18. All sesslo s
TO MEET AT JAX day, Nov. 17 and 18. All session

Temple, 410, Broad Street. .
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.:.cc: : 'Q = I-otj".l A call to join the American Tampa The 23rd annual eon The state office for NAACP an
Revolution for Freedom Forever vention of the Florida State nounoed that two of the 'speakers .
The Lines. under God is going out to .all Conference .of 'branches, NAACP will be Rev. Lowry who will
Between Dade citizens. will convene in Jacksonville "keynote" the conference on
The Rededication to God and on November 16 and will last for Friday night and Clarence Mitchell
-By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP Country is backed by prominent three days, Rev. A. Leon Lowry, director of the Washing

_,L----1'-1.-.J.L-. J"jI..lL-'L-.I..l; \.j't.J.-'I..l ......HJIo..s. 'Q residents and headed Miami by Mrs.general E. 'state president announced this ton Bureau. Mr. Mitchell will
--- -- - B. Elliott of ,,.... week. speak on Sunday at 3:30 p.m.
"' IA.tr .,
If this fighting, divining Ne chairman of the uci. I*UD u.5ervance. --
National Baptists' Troubles _____ ._.______
gro Baptist denon|nation can The convention will begin witha --.-uhhUuuu.......-- .. --
Exhibit Number Two produce such men as Mordecai Climaxing the ,program. Is a special meeting of ministers ANDREWS' JEWELERS
Johnson. giant In the field of education rally at Bayfront Bandshell at and lay religious leaders from EXPERT WATCH AND
The Negro Baptists among denominations Oct. 15. the state discussing the
Martin Luther King, 7:30 p.m. Sunday across CLOCK REPAIRS
are like the Negro giant In the field: of social reform Main speaker will be Dr. James various ways in which the churchcan
the races of mankind and aid in bringing complete 40 Years in Business
among A. Clayton Powell, giant Parrish, former pastor of Riverside
all too often stereotyped by the in the field of political action, It Baptist Church in Miami, freedom to all Americans. All work guaranteed
unwitting public Into a maaa of can produce and has already now vice president of Stetson Chairman of the church com- '303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
emotional, numericaland for Florida during 1961
ignorant, produced numerous others who College. The program's Yankee mittee
too often misguided crea of U the Rev. B. F. Williams, Rev. FR 3-0152
tures. are equally too, it powerful.And must not be forgetful Doodle North Miami Boy,, also Rene will be at the Williams is also 'president of the.H.........................................-
Like the Negro race in his second that Morehouse College and rally.
rate citizenship whatever be Virginia Union university are
Representatives of all faithsare
does right is minimized and under the auspices of the Negro
expected to be on hand as
whatever he does wrong Is mag- denomination and what
Baptists well as a choral group and or CASH BENEfITS
nlfled. schools In this country can match and '
ganizations such as the Boy _" _
often would picture
The preBlitoo!
their production of college presidents
Girl Scouts and -
kind of step- '
the Negro as a
? All Americans are urged to at- for .
citizen, just as the Negro Baptist you every 1
denomination is too often Just as Virginia has been long tend and to carry flags to wave M Ak
known as the mother of presi during the event.
imaged as a step-denomination, dents, Morehouse College can Also participating in the Re- Sickness or Accident ;
famed only by its overwhelming with equal pride be known as 4
dedication to God and Countryis
numbers. What happened in I the mother of college presidents, the Village Grove community ; To Replace Your Salary + y p'p,4T, w
Philadelphia in 1960 and what And Virginia Union University is near Homestead. They will hold' When Hospitalized
In 1961
happened in Kansas City
following: a parade at 4:30: p.m. Saturday,
did not help matters.
Oct. 14 and also will have a To
What happened there was lamentable There must be great spiritual the For Men Up
motorcade to Bayfront
deplorable and regrettable potential in a denomination that week
Bandshell rally Sunday $100
and not a little shameful, can boast of the records of these on per
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but not disgraceful. two institutions in affording V __ ---
Certain sectors of our press presidents for the colleges of the For Women and ChildrenUp
have seized upon the unhappy nation Mordecai Johnson lifted NEED MONEY 4 f
doings of the Negro Baptists Howard University from the $25 to $600
within the last year to make level of a backward college, into #tA/
Call PL 8.3653 $50 week
them look terrible in the eyes of the realms of the mighty univer per _
the world, and the unfortunate slUes of the nation. J. H. CUUUUiTll, MQR
death of a fellow minister In an Johnson made history at Howard IDEAL LOAN Hospitalizations From Birth to Age 85

accident has drawn the attention and to succeed him, the trustees 6105 N.W. 7th Are. Up to $200': Surgical BenefitsUp
it would have merited if he had chose Dr. James Nabrltt, an
been shot down In cold blood In other Morehouse man, who is .0 oo CI 04'G D Q aCID CI 0 00 CI Q D D Q to $24 First 3 day*-$12 Next 97 Days

some hidden found. also a Baptist and his father. Educational Policy-Endowment at Age 18
Neither my former release on Virginia Union University's Why Mothers Use Grandpa and Grandma Special- Ages up to 88
this unhappy Incident, nor this graduates are presidents of six Retirement
Income at 65
one, must be construed ae an at colleges and universities in Vir SPECIAL LAXATIVE
tempt to exculpate the leadership ginia, North Carolina and South The Company With The
of the Negro National Baptist Carolina with others scattered FOR BABY GOLDEN SHIELD POLICY

hope forces it will of this serve country to straightenout but we the copiously nation.here and there about JT.. fart want U take chance for with No Vi or III Benefit Full protection from application
That'why over
the .overdone newspaper at In the very nature of things' 49 anon lean.o&Mri hart relied n ege. INSURANCE COMPANY
tempt to make the Negro Baptists this release ,JLPolpgetfc"and defensive UtabWwBABY EASE." Made e* LI F t OF FLORIDAHome
look bad In the eyes of the but being a defender of cialJy ml4 and pads for infants

world. other denominations. In their etukire .....da.. Yo. can rely anUda Office-2546 S.W. 8th St. HI 8-2516
Other Negro denominationshave troubles for many years, this pteaaant taking aoafert when
had their troubles and thiscolumn writer feels called upon to speaka Mnr Uld..*ddi laxativa...A.k YOU District 2-708 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-6528
has taken the-, same position word in the,defense of his own dmitlM far MBABY EASEaa ."
that are taking here
we denomination inasmuch as t h. e
I that denominational mistakes Negro Baptists troubles are being
of the program. of
are a part overplayed as we see it.
I progress, and must not be construed ,
For it ..must not be forgottenthat
degeneracy.as an Irreparable moral the NegroB aPtlaU among For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
the denomination are cast very
Negro Baptists of this country much in the pattern of the Negro
will recover from their present among the races of mankind.
troubles even as they survived Don't sell the Negro Baptists
the split in Chicago in 1906 and. short. Straighten up Negro Bap- T.LJ71 BONDEDCOLLECTION
had left sufficient moral energies tists!
to produce three such moral
giants as Mordecai Johnson. ,
11 Adam Clayton Powell and Martin
Luther King A denominationthat
can produce such men has
no right to hang its head forever FOR SALE I
for the sorry enactments of

recent months. 22 Club Bar

The Baptist church trying to "

operate within principles the framework must be ex ofdemocratic 339 N.W. 22nd St. AGENCY Inc.

j pected to make unhappy blun .t ,
ders and especially so is true of Reasonable Terms

: Negro Baptists who are comparatively I --.. I : The largest collection and rental
newcomers on the stage of ,
I denominational action. lLl h

t agency in the South; operating in

Dade and Broward Counties'George

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To enjoy your favorite drinks in ,
Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.
a pleasant and distinguished atmoa'W'.

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ORDER TO BAN HOUSING BIAS Opa LockaCommissioner SpeaksOn school ization.This will was long an occasion remember.that the

Washington The Civil
nights Commission has urged Spt. 29 the organizationsof
I President Kennedy to issue an ,, Ptfrgtfa'rf! >tfs'tfigia= Citizens Launch Rainbow Park showed off
executive order banning racial their colors during the lovely
discrimination in federally aided PHIL OSSOFER Anti'McLeodCampaign ceremony that installed them Into 1
I housing and by federally super their various clubs.
I vised mortgage lenders. SAYS: The program read as follows:
; Dy including private lenders Devotions; solo, Charles Fort.
such as' banks and savings and I A powerful antl-McLeod Char son; occasion, Patricia Shellman; mm
loan associations, in its suggest 'I do not believe In evolution ter campaign, combining news. captain of school patrol; Intro ,
:: ed order, the. commission went In' its deepest sense; that man I paper ads with radio spots using duction of speaker' Mrs. Alma
:< .., beyond its 1969 proposals to has literally evolved from the McLeod's own voice, was launch DeVaughn; guest speaker, Law. s
.' President Eisenhower and even ape, .as is at times inferred. I ed this week by the Citizens' rence Bowers, commlseoner of
r..(' ,. beyond the 'recent recommenda' don't believe, either, in the lit Committee for Good Government. the city of Opa Locka. Installa
tions of private civil right eral interpretation of Genesis, Purpose of the campaign, said tion of officers and presentationof CAPfTOi
groups. that man was created in one day Citizens' cochairman Hugh club members, Moses Perry;
Deri I. Bernhard, the commis out of the ,dust of the ground. I Emerson, is to "show the voters : acceptance speech, Jessie Cow
sion's staff director, conceded do acknowledge, however, .that exactly what government under Ins, lieutenant school patrol;
that the administration And Con.. had God so willed, it would hare McLeod would mean, by letting piano solos, -ohnny Wooten and
gress would have to work out happened that way. them read his own words and Ernest Stewart. Remarks and ob. .
the rules and sanctions. He,said What then do I believe I be. listen to his own voice on a variety servatlons by Mr, R. L. Fortson,
the panel's lengthy report lleye in evolution to the extent of subjects, during com. principal DON'T COST THEY PAY
"broke new ground" that the human anatomy ''was mission meetings while he wasa Commissioner Bowers gave a
If all its recommendationswere primordially different from its commissioner." challenging address to the lead MIAMI TIMES ADS
Implemented, the commission present form and that it was The campaign features Mc.Leod's era and members of each organ'
estimated, they would af gradually transformed from one salty comments on
fect 90 percent of privately stage to another until it attainedIts "churches gambling, veterans,
financed home sales, as well as present likeness. It may have conflict of interest, causeway
all existing public been deals and other subjects," Em
housing, ur at one time similar to a fish
ban renewal projects and housing and later an invertebrate before erson said."There .
for the elderly. finally reaching its present human are 200,000 more per IIIC
However, Bernhard emphasis form. sons now living in Dade County
ed that the reported regulations Is this belief a denial of Genesis than were here four years ago.
would not affect the right of in. ? I think not, Man, as he may These people have a right to
dividual homeowners to sell his have appeared in his earlier know the caliber of ,the man ask*
house to whomever he chose. He stages of development, was always Ing them to give him a blank
also stressed that the housing destined to become what check to Dade's future, with no
bias problem was not confinedto he is. The image of God, which is chance to vote the McLeod Char.
the South, but had "particu a spiritual, not a physical, attribute ter out once they vote it in,
lar significance and impact in was always within him Emerson said.
the, large urban canters of the no matter how he appeared phy
North and West." sically. .
Administration officials said Recorded history does' not go who claim to accept the Biblical
they expected considerable oppo back far ,enough to conclusively teachings on the dignity of man
sition to the commission's proposals ) prove my point, but it dow reach I and who, at the same time deny FAEE DELIVERY DRUG
from segments of the real back to a stage the cave man), that dignity and respect to manyof .
estate, building and home finance In ,which a difference of appear their fellowmen because of a \. Hj ei
industries. ance is apparent. superficial difference of color, "
The Kennedy administration Evolution, as I accept it, ,does nationality or religious belief. HAROLD JOLLJVETTB, Manager
has been considering an executive not lower the concept_ of the,.dignity I .
order on discrimination in of man, or reflect on God,
housing. During his campaignlast his Creator, nor dies it alter my ." r' -
fall, the President promised acceptance of the Bible .and It II .
to !Issue! such an order. But the wonderful teachings. '
details, timing and scope of the What does lower the conceptof : \: HamelesstlECTfi/C Cooking '
order have yet to be 'decided man to ',the opinion of those .
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NAACP to Check ICC Ban heats the food

on Segregated TravelNEW f. not the hitcheD

YORK NAACP bran. but 'rail and air travel as ..well... \
ches have been called upon to "The ruling," he said, 'will be
press for 'full implementation of only as effective as we make it
the Interstate Commerce Com* Please urge Negroes not to submit .
to Jim Crow travel In ,
mission's new ruling banning 'racial any
segregation on Interstate form whatsoever and notify us .
buses and in terminals.In of any and all infractions which x a
come to your attention." X00 4S44F;
a memorandum dispatched ?
this week to all local units of ; :
the association, NAACP executive
secretary Roy Wilkins called for For Sale or Rent
educational programs to Informall
travelers about the ICC regulations NEW HOME
inspection of buses and
terminals to see if the orders 1900 NW 49th St.
have been publicly posted as required b4I*
Insistence by passengers Low down payment
on the right to use facilities ona srrL-
Also 3011 N.W. 52nd St. -- f yhN
non-segregated basis, and reports
to the national, regional or Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. !,JJU _,, _- .- _;
state offices of the NAACP of III JiiiJ)
infractions of the ICC's ruling MO 5.6870
Mr. Wilkins' memorandum in
eluded not only bus transporta- cooking ,means there'a CLAMS cooking mean heat spills j
direct contact between utensil and up around utensil heats up your
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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1961 I Dy William Henry Huff for ANP

I'm grateful! to each loyal l.friend !
woo handed me a crust 01 breadWhen IThitvI!
I I was down and out
Linda Jean Coleman (II I Cleveland .Elects My gratitude shall never bend
Tis blessed with one eternal ,
8 Negro CouncilmenCLEVELAND '. .
Entertained thread : t .9"

Last Saturday afternoon, Sept. (ANP) In That's what it le about. : 'OX 1.7959 N.W. 22nd,Ave., & 69thSt.,

\ 30 Dolores Hayes and Diane an off-yeajr primary: election here A chicken :foot in early years ,, .' ,
I' Reed were junior hostesses at a last week :Clevelanders went Was just like .manna from on .
about the .business of electing high' .
lawn party at the home of Mrs.A. "
of her its councilmen when eight. Negroes On such feet I was fed. .' .
M Coleman In honor "
daughter. retained their seats for an- 'rhey .wiped away my childish : FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. ,. .
grand other two years, and come the tears .:', .....J ,i')
Linda Jean Coleman of East election Nor. 7 two more may And left no need for me to sigh I I "
Orcn?<>, N. J. She is the raughter be added to the number. Twas ,chicken feet and bread. 1'J
of Mr. and Mrs. James E. !
Coleman Jr. The mother is the This wss a strange day in the er
former Maxine Dunn, the fatherh annals of primaries, accordingto
the Eon of the late Rev. J. E. o.d timers.; The weather was BroadwayExtravaganza mffDiSNEtf
Coleman Mrs. Mamie Gill, was most disagreeable, rainy, damp, I r
the senior hootess for the after dlmjsal, all of which accountedfor
noon. First, she appointed four the poor turnout. There were '
girls to brief Linda Jean on the no proposals, amendments, bond Nov. 30
climate, different flowers, Issues, not even the mayoralty
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shrubs and palms of Florida and candidates were listed as only
I this area. Then on with games two, one from each party, have AUDITORIUM
been nominated or filed.
I Mrs. Lucile Reed, Mrs. Emma
I Swneting and Mrs. Ola Williams
assisted during the whole after j
noon, Mrs. Sarah Yaeger sere
ed at the guest book. 1 1I 1I

Those present were Dora M. ,'i : +
Hurbert, Alicia Jackson, Mary '" I
Styles, Lula Mae Campbell, De. 6
)ores Campbell, Patricia Russell, meet Paul Newman :
Dorothy Portlock and Llzette .
Johnson ,; t ..,'6rianI

serve The adults were Mrs.that Frances came In to Sum ob 'j .; THE HUSTLER : @jlmY6rnf1lffi\ {)

mons Packson, Mrs Lucretia : M1 R.wrM MM NT'........Ca.1I& .M.Owl t.rlwiw
CoVman, Mrs. Sadie Vincent, v' Pool-shark ruthlessly fighting for the 1 I
Mrs. Ola Willis, Louis H. Port- perfect game and the championship -
lock and J, W Dunn. I
The honored guest was presented f Meet "Minnesota Fats" : PLUS

a souvenir folder by Mrs. .". :.;:. Jackie Gleajon I '
Gill, which has the names of The champion he has to beat in the nerve I I
guests and other interesting features II I

of Miami. grinding battle : DRIVING FOR GLORVDown ...
Linda Jean is attending Carver
High School this term and is Capitol a thousand miles of

the house guest of her aunt, Mrs. Armored Command Theatre Oct. 22nd :HIGHWAY .DANGER!
Willie Fairley of Richmond
_he racM It.trOtchaIenee -.
Heights. ... 01"-'
Held Over ,.....for Iha pIze they A ''r w C .
Ladies Prepare laid he couldn't win.. E a ;"'
.nd' IA.OH..hs if ,
I I toddnl howl ''t r ax.

To Model For I .. :
Style Show (1"j I .
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Much I is being:' said concerning :I

f Miami the Daughter annual Elks coffee of and Greater. sty'e I SIDNEY POIT/lR NiEfJfto W' I I I I I.. i iawr

.1 show which will,take place on I'I
Oct. 22 at the Mary Elizabeth .ftI H "",It..IUIII switlfTIN6EST I
Hotel. Tickets are being sold 1IIIIIMIf" WUIftN 61KOPE Li I I
rapirdly and this affair will surpass I

There all other will,?be. a. musical pre.. IJJQIS MMST1iO M1M-,iAuiiLbiLt'

ceding the models by Miami's CURTIS PIPER LAURIE DON TAYLOR
musical talent, No one can affordto
miss this great treat. \ PAUL KEUY-ILKA CHASE'StDNEY BIACKMER
Dt. Lula Mae Yancey and
others state that you may sip 2 THEATU
coffee and tea throughout the MAT No.203A jj
evening Dt. Pinkie Lowe and Dt.
Vera McCrlllLon is in charge of 'Paul Newman.JoanneWoodward UNIVERSAL INTERHADONAL PICTURE
fashions. Mm. Bessie Harrison
will sing also model. Dt. Ann
i Bryant and her committee on
hopitality is on the ball. All are.
C teaming for a great affair 'They play their hearts out STARTS SUNDAY

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Housewives I Zion_ _Woman's Day I SATURDAY' OCTOBER 14,. 1961 1 1I :

I Speaker I f

Make Money With Avon 1__ ._ __=_______ Sorority. observing their annual Woman's |
This distinguished lady has re Day Oct. 16. The morning f peak* '
Only 10 Week Left of Christmas Selling ceived special awards for meritorious er will be Mrs. Leenette Penning
service as teacher of the ton, a graduate of Morgan State
.' 40 percent commission Sunday School by the Mt. Olive College, a social worker for the
Baptist Church Nashville, Tenn State Welfare Department of Ml-

DO,UT WAIT ANOTHER DAY, CALL Meritorious 1950; the Service Sarah D.Award Blocker for ami.For the evening program a

FR 1-6407 or NA 1-3840 civic work from Florida N. andI. unique musical program has
College 1955; the YMCA been planned by the committee
014 Adult Citizenship Award presented .....- 4111 f.ll-! .III NI
by the FAMU Chapter
"> YMCA, 1956, and the AmericanRed 4bn "
Cross and FAMU Hospital a
Award tor Grey Lady service,
1957. I
'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's Aids The above citations and honorsare
but a few of the many distinctions

TEN WEEKS COURSE *, Gore In recognition bestowed of upon her outstanding Mrs.. L
r service in the of
ENROLL NOW human relations. It Is
wonder then, that Mt. Zion, and
LEARN BEDSIDE NURSING AND INFANT CARE all her friends inn Miami, eager. .
ly await the coming of Mrs.
Have a Lifetime ProfessionFR George W. Gore, a woman of
great respect and fame
9.7357 Of great Interest to the womenof
I Miami is the coming event of Woman's Day at
the year Woman's Day at
-- Mt. Zion Church Oct. '
-, Baptist on '
15. To further enhance this observance Ebenezer SundayLEKNETTA
I will ''be the presence of
the first lady of Florida A and -- c 4rJ
M College, Mrs. George W. Gore
Jr., who will be the guest speak _'.... ,_. _..lIf _
House For Sale er'at the 11 a.m. service.
Mrs. Gore Is widely known for H3NKVA' MURRAY
her great charm and enthusiasm Mrs. Geneva Murray, Mrs.
as well as for her kneen Interest Margaret Clark and :Mrs Emma
3 bedroom CBS with Florida room, in Steven's and participation In 'civic and Caldwell have Inspired the great
community activities. membership with much enthusiasm
Manor. Near NW 7th Ave. Hardwood floors, gar to share with our visiting
She holds a bachelor's degree friends, the public is Invited to
age, fenced in. Fully landscaped, jalousied windows. from Tennessee State Universityand come and share in the fellowship.
an M. S. degree from Florida .
Like new A and M University She has VALlCnm TAYLOR WINS
also studied at Northwestern U. DAllY CONTESTThe

:Airs. Gore holds membership women of Ebenexer spon
$400; DOWN in many widely known organizations HM cored a very successful baby
; some of which are Kappa contest last Tuesday night fur
the benefit of Woman's Day.
Delyta PI Honor Society In Edu.
$79 a month Total $13,500 cation, Alpha Kappa Mu Honor The winners were: First prize
Valeria Taylor daughter of Mrs.
Society; National Council of Negro I
Women, Inc., Past Daslleus, E. Taylor sponsored by Mrs
Alpha Delta Omega Chapter of 'Evelyn Drown. Second, Frederic.ka .
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority A. Carter, daughter of Mrs.
The Links, Inc., (chairman Louise Johnson, sponsored b,
McNICHOLAS REALTY women's committee for the National -' Mrs. Valerie Wllborn.
Foundation for Infantile PENNINQTON Runners up: Thomasane E.
Paralysis ,In Leon County, 1957) Johnson, daughter of Mr. and
7927 N.W. 7th AvenuePL !and Iota Alpha Theta Service The women of Ebenezer are Mrs. Oscar Johnson, sponsored
by J. L. Dixon.
.1-7592 PL 4-8853 ::: :::::: !:: .... -,.::;,.-- Sallie June Burden, sponsored ..
I by Mrs. Maggie Lumpkins.
"II' '1For CBS HOMEr Wanda Farrlngton, daughterof
Mrs. Debris Farrington, sponsored -
.$500 Down $9,500 Full Price by Mrs. Catherine Smith.

No qualifying, no closing cost. One mortgage. $85a ROCK OF AGES M. B.

Business And month. Sparkling clean. Hurry on this one. 67th St. and 18th Ave
Rev. J. W. King, pastor
_______ i Morning service 11:00:
Sunday School . 10:0:
LEGAL REALTYMU Evening service 7:30:
Professional People! Come one, come all, you are
8-3923 PL 8-0290 welcome to worship with us.ANNOUNCEMENT.

}' Ford Realty Beautiful Exclusive Buys/ : .; .. All interested persons who

I I are members of the graduation
I I I. 3055 N.W. 68th St. class of 1952 Dorsey(

$2,500 Down, $77.57 Month CBS HOMES-Open 2.6 p.m., High School) are asked to
'' be present at 4 p.mi., Sunday .
3 bedroom:- 2' bath -- Swimming pool and patio
r..j FHA Financed MortgageLow Oct. 15 _t. tho residence
{' ,' 2.. 3091 N.W. 70th Terr._ of;OIHe Stalling* Lee,
i $1,500 Down Down Payments 900 NW 64th St. Businessof

3 bedroom, 2 baths patio fenced yard -0- extreme importance. F-
,. additional information call
3. 1139 N.W. 45th, St. 761 N.W. 48TH STREET PL 15256. Refreshmentsafter

$1,500 Down 2 Bedrooms, hardwood floors, tile, bath, large dining. meeting will be serv
room, large Fla. porch. $400 down ed.
i 3 bedrooms, 2 baths Florida room garage
4.4500 N.W. 8th Ave.

$1,500 Down $90.10 Month 1445 N.W. 51st TERRACE FOR SALEIN

Florida 2 bedrooms, Fla. room, hardwood floors, tile bath.
3 bedrooms garage room $400 down. THE GROVE

5. 1020 N.W. Slat St. Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS
-0- home, with carport and

$2,000 Down 1448 N.W. 42nd STREET sprinkler system. HibiscusSt.
3 bedrooms 2 baths Huge Florida room down. $85
$1,000 per
fenced yard Duplex. Could easily be used as a 3 bedroom, 2 bath
';1 home. Corner lot, hardwood floors. $450 down. month.

r. 6.4100 N.W. 11th Court -0- Cute 2 bedroom CBS home,

7\ 3 bedroom home corner home with extra house Fla. room, completely fur
1221 N.W. 50th STREET nished. Plaza St. $1,500
Lot size 120 x 124
Deluxe duplex. 2 bedrooms each side. Air condition down.
.. ed. Reduced $5,000. e

We are open Saturday and SundayWe -0- IN LIBERTY CITY

have over 300 others to choose from 1095 N.W. 50th STREET 8-room CBS mansion
N.W. 51st Terrace
Beautiful 2 bedroom, Fla. room, double corner, $1,500 down handles

FORD REALTY Inc1 fenced lot, sprinkler system, FHA terms. -

Percy L. Johnson
5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559 REALTY Ileg. Heal Estate choker

.. 3781 Grand Ave.
.,,:, ... .'',0- .. .. f 175 NW 62nd STREET PL 1.2441 Phone HI 60334Attention

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if you live in Liberty City Broadway
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1961 Hello Housewife0 or Brownsville, we will repairon
credit. Pay weekly. Rowlnc Extravaganza
j TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave OX
I 19426. indf Nov. 30B.

Volunteers Needed Now Washing every week but T. WASHINGTON
never get to iron? Keep AUDITORIUM

your family up to date with

r for United Fund DriveThis us their do favorite it for you.garment.Reasonable Let 1r FOR SALEA

price. Call OX 15175.

year your United Fund Have you signed yet Real Steal
needs 20,000 volunteers to help Your United Fund needs your
Saints and Sinners
Club doing
help now Help continue the
raise money for 40 health, welfare
countup. beat business in town.
and character-building Business OpportunityBeauty
agencies The United Fund now Fill out the blank below and $3,000 down, handles.
has some 650 volunteers on record mall it to United Fund, 395 NW shop, N.W. section. nhlM:
NW 22nd Ave.
19,400 more are needed. 1st St., Miami.
5 complete stations,

UNITED FUND OF DA DE COUNTY ing electric outlets, 4 dryers OX 1-8009

front and rear entrances .
895 N.W. First Street
I parking in rear. On bus tiM8F4'jtRNOIONOR

Miami 86, FloridaI lines. Very reasonable rent.

Call Saturday evening or all
believe in the purpose of our United Fund of Dade Coun- day Sunday. FR 16520.

ty and I volunteer my services in support of this Fall's

neighborhood or nearby business area. Reduced Rent .7.A.w eiSuw ,
Jtl;), .'tol.
CBS 3 bedroom house.

Name ................................................ Home Ph..................... Large living room and front ... ..I to)':","
porch. One-half block to '; P' W"

I Address .................................................................................. school.5238 N.W. 24th Ct. y c
I 0i Seen Saturday' or Sunday N OW'' "
i morning 9:30 to 12 t 0:

"WE HUMANS" ON I Personal Mention UN 6-7577 0\ o.' ,
Airman Paul T. Thompson ,son Before 9:30 a.m. any day "
CHANNEL 2 THUR.Three of Mr. and Mrs. Jeremiah T. .. ., :
McPhee of 2980 51st st., has J
community education completed: United States Air
forces have pooled their talentsto Force basic military training at .
bring to the Dade County Lackland AFB, Tex., and is be
public an unusual television ing reassigned to be an engineering
program. On Thureday, Oct. IP scientific aide at Brooks ApartmentFor TO SERVE YOU.
at 8:30: p.m. TV channel 2 will AFB, Tex. Rent r
present a show based upon a human -
relations exhibit, "We Hu- 3 bedrooms, porch. Entire
mans sociate" professor Dr. Jack of Kapchan psychologyand as. Why Board? upstairs, 2 family house,

social science at the University Efficiency Apt. for 1 or 2 like living in house.
of Miami, will be narrator people. Private entrance, 2345 N.W. 56th St.
for the program. The project is private bath, hot water fur o L ERT
Seen Sunday or call
being coordinated by the Greater --.
Miami Chapter of the American, nish stove, refrigerator fur UN 6.7577
Jewish Committee. nished. Seen Saturday or any morning before 9:30

,Ii i The display of eight, three dimensional Sunday, 9:30 to 12 o'clock. a.m. any day -m
: panels, draws upon 5238 NW 24th court. $10 a $16 a week _'
I: anthropology, sociology: and biology week.
I to explode misunderstand. .-
( ing about differences among UN 6-7577 any morning be- -
peoples. Produced by the Carnegie fore 9:30 a.m. any day.
Museum for the United Drive Carefully
Steel W or k era, .t h a exhibit; is 011
loan to the local chapter of the o OPA LOCKA
American Jewish
2530 Service Road MU 8-3311

HOUSE FOR SALE 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661


I $70 per month No Down PaymentPay 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7-9771

I 3101 NW 60th St.

furnished 2 bedroom houseon I ( only small closing costs) Regardless of how much or how !
corner lot. This
house is
little the family decides to
in very good condition andA pay
for the funeral service there is
real 0 good buy at only ,
$5,900. Open Sunday 1.5 See These Liberty City Specials only one standard of quality at ...

p.m. the House of Albert--the very <'<
1. 1380 NW 51st Terr. $6 .69 month highest I

Income Property 2. 2997 NW 64th St. $59.02 month

3 CBS units 3. 1111 NW 55th Terr. $77.87 month

$500 Down Complete Funerals 1
4. 1299 NW 51st Terr. $66.73 month
Total price $12,500. Very
good condition. A good op 5. 1058 NW 47th Terr. $76.00 month from
portunity to live rent free by $150Your
6. 1177 NW 50th St. $77.20 month
I renting out 2 apts. If you
are interesteed in good income 7. 2920 NW 70th Terr. $66.73 month Social Security can bury you; call us
property see this be-
for further informationMEP14it.
you buy. You can qualify for one of these
If you have a steady jobIf
We can finance your auto
have good credit ratingIf
you a
mobile liability insurance -
on efcsy monthly payments. you have,lived in Florida two years

'I f Goodman's Real We arrange all financingWe

are also open Saturday and SundayWe ,

Estate & Insurance will take your old house or lot in trade

;i 2688 N.W. 62nd St. Deal with the largest real estate office in Liberty City -== .

r OX 1-0380 FORD REALTY Inc. ..

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, MIAMI TIMES ADS 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559
/ LESTER C. ALBERT. Funeral Director
M D 1ifIIMW O.N'T,; COST,0 THEY PAY 0',0: ,0 '. i.,: It, : ".' 63 42 NW. 15th Artau-OX 17S61THE



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h is very good news that Jack different methods have been em. World" was. the. .theme, of ,the H\\
Greenberg has been chosen by ployed to keep Negroes away first Countywide ACE meeting Announces the of his offices' ?'1{
the NAACP to' bcome the Assoc from the polls in Southern states. held on ,Wednesday afternoon in opening ;
iation's chief counsel, a job The devices are all too familiar: the cafetria of the Dunbar 'Elementary .' .: foruihe 1 :}
made ,vacant when Thurgood the white primary, Intimidation School. Mrs GradY, Lee -:: general practice of dentistry *.
Marshal was appointed to theU. and threats of violence, econom Dinkins, president, grave,.the, occasion / <,!.'._ Hf\l\? '
S. Circuit Court of Appeals. I I .o reprisals and fraudulent after a short devotional. ,,1 u T''at 3678 Grand Avenue \ ;,,;$,:""
think it is a very good choice on "qualifications' for the Negro service. ., ,jOn 'I "',>. I ;' .i
two counts: first, Mr. Greenberg voter, but not for the white. asking'the' new teachdra to' .. Miami 33, Florida ,
is a white man who has been actively However, In this year of 1961, introduce themselves giving edit* \I.,!' '
fighting discrimination as treat progress has been made In catlonal background and present Hours: 10 to 2 and 4 to 8 Phone 444.3146 :
an NAACP staff member for the area of registration and voting place of employment, Mr. Adams :
many years, and secondly, he is : for Negroee. Perhaps we commented, "One never knows .
a keen and -brilliant lawyer who might say that in most Southern when teaching a child, where :: .. $-::: I
knows the pack ground of ..pre.Judice states at present, Negroes can eternity stops." ,
well its vote -- -- -- - -
as as present with not too many excep
manifestations I Remember! tions. The. fact remains, notwithstanding Mrs. Myrtle Davis of Coconut
meeting him some years ago that even 'where Negroes Grove, former Carver teacher,
when he visited Miami*'concernIng ., can vote without coercion'or held the attention of the audience BRAND NEW APARTMENT BUILDING
discriminatory' labpr practices fear in the south an apathet.tc as she developed: her sub-
in this area. I believe the and indifferent attitude toward Jcet "Frontiers For ACEI in This NOW RENTING
NAACP has made a fine choicein this basic constitutionalright Changing Society."
selecting Mr. Greenberg to be keeps many of them away Some pertinent statements 2 STORIES ff
counsel the from the polls.: In true democ
chief of organization. A made were: "Our purpose is to e QUIET RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOOD
the citizen must give to his
racy ,
work for the education and well- BEAUTIFUL KITCHENS
ountry, as well aa take from it. to
being of children from 2.12
Democracy is like two- years BEAUTIFUL SHRUBBERY
often think of Justice Harlan's way and to promote desirable conditions 0
road It and is strengh.
famous dissenting opinion in the grows from nursery school thru I OAK FLOORS
Plessy vs. Ferguson case in 1896 and!ened in proportion to the love the eementary! grades raise BEAUTIFUL BATHROOM
respect Its citizens give it.
argued before the U. S. Supreme Registration and voting Is one the standards for training courageous WITH SHOWER AND TUB
Court. Justice Harlan was from leaders of universal h
Kentucky, but he realized the sure and certain way to help vision We regard the building AN APARTMENT TO BE PROUD OF AND ENJOY
maintain our freedom. When thepo'ls
grave danger inherent in the of strong character in o u r
are open be glad and proudyou 754 N.W. 70th Street
boys and girls
majority opinion that state leg as our most lofty
American citizen.
are an
islatures could enforce the 'sep Take your place in line and exercise objective and Join friendly partnership King Cole Apia. 6511 N.W. 12th Ave.
arate but equal' theory in segregation. ballot. with the home, the
your hurch and all other constructive '
His dissenting opinionread
in part as follows: "Our community agencies For Information Phone HI 4.3673
Constitution is color blind, and Letter to The EditorEditor ADULTS
The November meeting will beheld
neither knows nor tolerates
Miami Times at Douglas ;
Elementary on
classes citizens. The thin
among Perhaps you find the answerto November 30.
disguise of 'equal' accommodations this question! Why after be. Mrs Grady Lee Dlnklns, president I I
will not mislead anyone, or ''ng to'd that they would be al- ; Amanda Cato Franklin,
atone' for the wrong this day owE done. |l 1 .11' e Ht Curtlt Park were the Nero
How right Justice Harlan was, w'mmers from Dixie Park -
because subsequent American 'ool suildi nly to'd they couldn't '4'r.__. _. '. ,
history has proved that segrega I I
ntrr. I'm a mother of one of the I
Lion in the years that followedthe wlnuners and would like to $75 Cash
,Supreme Court's decision in mow the answer to this questions $50 Month
1896, became the cornerstone of '. would my 10-year-old daughter a
the. elaborate structure of discrimination Betty 1 bedroom near NW 54th
against some American Sincerely, St. Partly furnished Movein
citizens. And one of the most Mrs. 0. Planning today. TO PREVENT
vicious denials of constitutional .
rights in the years following the
Plessy vs. Ferguson decision was $500 Down

In the realm of voting. BroadwayExtravaganza $85 a Month MORE OF THIS..

] OF Large 3 bedrooms. With

In a democracy such as ours, Nov. 30 porch, full dining room, Disrespect For Churches
it foliowa that '&'ferJ'lmature.' and : fenced yard, nicely land
responsible person must be ableto IIV'T. WASHINGTON' scaped. Near NW' 46th St .' : When _Commission was discussing space for a
enjoy full citizenship and AUDITORIUMAKA Immediate chapel At new' International"Airport, Commissioner I
have an equal voice in his gov -,...occupancy.-- .- McLeod said, "I'd like to amend the motion, that it
ernment. Because the right to
participate In the political pro $490 Down be put out to bid to see who runs the church." (The ,

cess is customarily limited to citizens implication was that tho best moneymaker would get
there can be no denial of SORORITY $75 a Month the chapel.) .
access to citizenship based upon 2 bedrooms, nicely furnished Nov 1958
race, color: creed or national I'UKHK.NTSFASHIONETTA fruit trees galore on ,
origin. In the Report of the 129 foot lot. Near NW 62ndSt.
Committee on Civil Rights set up Calls Veterans "Drunk Stumblebums"'During

by former President Truman, It See today. Commission discussion of space in court.
stated that "denial of citizenship -
was for the above reasons "A Tapestry of We arrange financing also house for a Veterans' Service office, McLeod said,

cheapens the personality of those Fall Fashions" "If you do this, you are going to have every drunk
who are confined to this Inter TRIO REALTY stumblebum Veteran in the world in this court.

whole lor status concept and of endangers a democratic the Bayfront Park Auditorium 801 N.W. 54th St. house."

society I4t.t\ PL 9.8372 NE 5-8745 June, 1958
"In a democracy, the whole Friday, Nov. 3rd
principle of freedom and equalityIs Pleads For Gambling Casinos
when qualified
citizens are denied the right to I I 1 "This is purely a money deal I plead with you all
vote while other citizens exercise to do this one thing. Consider it personal or any way

that right. Also without the you want it. I ask you all to please pats this ordi-

right his voice to vote in the, the group individual effort,loses and Work In New YorkMaids nance on a first reading today."

la thus subjected to rule by a Sept., 1958
body from which he has been excluded
"a very undemocratic and Mother's Helpers, Cooks $500,000 \Purchase For His BenefitOn
purchase of Biscayne Arena, a $500,000 white
THE nIGHT TO VOTE Housekeepers, etc.Excellent elephant now on county hands, "I'm, all for buyingthe

In the past, the denial of the arena, because I own the property next to it."
vote because of race wae one of 4 Aug., 1958
the most difficult problems besetting :
Negroes; and only until Live-in Positions, Year Round Another BenefitOn
$29,000 Survey
very recently American Negro ,
citizens in moat southern states Private Homes :,$ why he wanted a $29,000 survey made for a
found It difficult to vote. Many .",; Causeway to Elliott Key, "We decided since we own
IT 'Or'! L TOP SALARIES : :, the island, we want the survey made."
Jan., 1958

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.>11 ..1/iII..JfI,1JiI' ." SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 1961 PAGE 11
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Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor
National Truth of Life and Mrs. Durnesta Green reporter :

to Light Spiritualist Science Church Sunday School . . 9:30 '
and Association will hold its 19th Morning Worship . 11:00

me annual convention Oct. 15-22 at BTU . . . . .1. 6:30
St. James Baptist Church 328 Evening Worship . . 7tOO
NW 14th St.
There will be three sessions The Woman's Day musical
each daly and the public .. in committee sponsors a Fashion
vlted. Show Sunday, Oct. 15, 3.6 p.m.
NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. MT. HERMON A. M. E. BAHA'I FAITHMiss at the James E. Scott Community

Sunday School . . 9:30: Olive Alexander executive ST. JAMES A. M. E. Center, The public Is Invited.
Rev. C. J. Burner pastor Morning Worship . 11:00 director of James E. Scott Com ,
Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter ftventng Worship . . 7:00 munlty Association, will conducta Rev. M. McNeal Harris minister
Sunday School . . 9:30 Rev S. L. Gay pastor review on William Sear'a book Sunday School . . 9:30 GREATER BETHEL A.M.E.Rev. .
Morning Service . . 11:00 "Thief In The Night at the I Morning worship . 11:00, S. A. Cousin pastor
BTU . . . . 5:00 The women of Mt. Hermon are Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th ave. I Mrs. Jenette Falson reporter
Evening service . . 7:00 getting ready to observe their 8 p.m. Sunday Oct. 15. "ThiefIn : man's Sunday Day, October at St. James 15 is AME Wo Sunday School .............._...... 9:30

The pastor will deliver the 4th annual Woman's Day Sun. The Night" is a commentaryon Church. Miss Ethel Once chair Morning Worship ...............*... 11:00JEvpnlng
day Oct. 15. Mra. Letha Gamble Biblical prophesy and fulfill and Mrs. Martha Nichol Worship ..............._.. 7:00
message for the Pastors Aid _, [ o._. n ,_... '. ment to the present day. The man
Union the third Sunday the male son, co-chairman.
: subject for this session will be, Mrs. Gloria B. Robinson was
chorus will render the music. ,At
the Triumph Church Elder D. fi "The Promises of Christ." The educated In the Dade County FOR THE FINEST

Williams, pastor 3 p.m.. On Oct. r public Is cordially invited to at public schools and received her In everyday needs
17 the Nightingale Singers will ',l'i tend. Phone secretary, FR 1-5420 B. A. degree in romance langu Including cosmetics
for further information. can-
from Talladega College.She .
render a musical program at the 1l ages
church after prayer service. The n has done further study at diet, school supplies, eta

Southern Trumpets will render a 1I C + NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Florida A and M University Visit .
program after service on the S Georgetown University studied
third Sunday night. On Oct. 19 I Mt 1671 N.W. 68th Terrace French at the Sarbonne in Paris JAMES

the pastor and congregatlan will ro a l ly Rev Erneet Williams, pastor She has done extensive travelIng

5 & 10 Cents Store
Deacon Fred Williams reporter
render services at New Mt. Cal. Y l in the following places: Eng
v+v School . . 9:30
vary, Rev. W. P. Tarpley pastor ., Sunday land Holland, Belgium, Italy, 1200 NW 3rd Ave. ,.
7 ; YY Morning worship . 11:00
8 0r 1 l1 *
p.m.Take Canada Switzerland and Mar- (Corner 12th St.)
Evening worship . . 7:30
note of these announce- tinque in the French West In. COMMON SENSE PRICES
mens. Pray for the sick. t' .: 1 I Ii The church will celebrate lib dies. At present she la a teacherof I
23rd anniversary Oct. 11 through romance languages at Booker Open daily 7t80 am. to 7 p.m.
'" \
GRACE PRESBYTERIAN W i .: program on Thusday night. Sun T. Washington High School. Sat. to 0 p.m. Closed Bon.
will be musical She is a member of Delta Sigma
6895 N.W. 14th Ave. day the at 17.3 There p.m. will be the a crown Theta Sorority treasurer of -...........-.......-.........--.-

Rev. W. F. Savoy pastor ing of the King and Queen. On the Business and Professional

Sunday School . . 9:10 Sunday the three choirs will fur- Women's Club of the YWCA and
Morning service . . 11:00 w nish the mUBlc.FRIENDSHIP. an active member of St. Paul SEE THE SOUTH'S
Evening service . . TaO AME Church.
Wed. night study . . 1:11 M. BAPTISTRe. The "Deltaliea" who are mem LEADING COLORED
... ....
Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. -- -- bers of Delta Sigma Theta SororIty PSYCHIC READER
.MRS. LKTIIA GAMDLH W. E. Sims, pastor will render a. selection on the
This Sunday Laymen's Sun. Sis. Ruby Lee Carr reporter morning program. CONSULT HER-
day, laymen will be In charge of chairman and Mrs. Dorothy Sunday School . . 9:30 A debating team composed ofa
the morning and evening ser Green, chairman along with the Morning worship . 11:00 group of young people from
vices. Elder J. D. Fanlel chair members are busy engaged in Evening worship . . 7:00 Temple Baptist Church will der
man of the morning program many and various activities. In BTU . s . . . &:30 bate on: Reseolve: That The
will give the morning address. order that this Woman's Daymay The city wide Missionary will Church is Meeting the needs of.
Mra. Spero Cokine will give the be the best ever. The pro- meet at Friendship October 15 youth ,,
evening address, and Elder Ro- at 3 p.m. The public is invited. The guest soloists will be
ena Parlin is chairman of the : We also invite you to worship Misses Gloria Mitchell and
evening ,program. The pastor will M with ua in our regular church Theresa Lewis. Y a I
sit with his family In the con Lr services. The church that lives \Y +
gregation for both services. In. f y up to the ,meaning of- Its name) GIBBS CHAPEL A.M.E.
rite your relatives and friendsto Friendship.
come. I North Miami Beach Fla.
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Rev. O. E. Turner, pastor Let her years of experience guld.
The pastor will present a radio Sunday School . . 0:30 and protect you throughout life
sermon on station 1220 this YJ Rev. E. M. Thomas pastor Morning Service . . 11:00 as a lighthouse guide the ships In
Sunday at 6:16: a.m. The topic Phyllis Myers, reporter a storm For succes In business
will be "After Death, What?" Sunday School . . 9:45 and love.DONT .
Morning service . . 11:00 See the STAY IN THE RUT. oaT
This Is the time of year when BTU ..... .....' ...... . 5:30: OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
we make it a custom to visit all Evening service . . 7:00 world's great GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
church members active and In.
active. Anniversary Week Is approaching We are praying for the sick to healer and Office Hours:

and also Every Member have a speedy recovery. teacher.If 9 a.m. B p.m.
Canvass Week for renewing Visitors are always welcome to Thurs. 9 i.m. to
our pledges as well as Carl tma. come and worship with us at any yon are sickand 7 p.m.

and the end of the year. If there J: ::tiF time. worrieddon't DAILVSunday
is any time to show faithfulnessto r :
the church, It Is now! i St. Matthew Freewill fall to see
me. Dally 8 p.m. :
NEW MT. CALVARY 2014 N. W. 6th Court to 0 Il.m.VednMday. 10 a.m. 8 p.m.READING .
Rev. J, B. Woodley pastor f
7103 N.W. 22nd Ave. Bro. Nathaniel Thomas reporter
Rev. W. P. Tarpley, pastor Homecoming Day is to be observed special healing service -
81*. Ernestine Hart reporter MRS. DOROTHY GREEN on Sunday Oct. 15. 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. St. Matt 11.00 UP

Sunday School . . 9:80 All pioneers are welcome hometo 5 and P. Blessed are the
Morning Service . . 11:00 gram committee Is planning a visit their father, sisters and peacemakers 88 Years Experience
Evening Service . . 7:80 very unique and interesting pro. brothers In the Lord. for they shall be called
gram and hope that you will Choir No. 1 and 2 will render the children of God. MADAMHUNTER
Sunday morning we had a look forward to the date, Oct. 15. the music for the morning and
wonderful message coming from The morning speaker will be For the venlng' program a NI3 4.8023 ,

our pastor. At 3 p.m. we had a Mrs. Serena Allen, wife of our Rev. T. Steen will deliver the. 1959 N.W. 59th St I 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
wonderful time with our apprect presiding elder, Rer. F. A. Al messages.
iation program for Rev. E. Mll len. The evening speaker Mrs. The Revs. C. West and R. L. REV. JOSIAH McINTOSH MIAMI, FLA.
ton. We wish to thank Oak i Lewis will deliver the afternoon Don't Write-Call In Ptraon
Grove pastor for that sermon, messages.
also the choir singing, "Come on, The feast of the Lord will be
In This House." i" ",'" :. ,
'' served during 1.3:30 p.m.

'We also wish to thank Rev. ,,1.Jr> '''< Not a Palm Reader .- Not Fortune Teller
Gallon and his congregation. '! 1>, : TRIUMPH CHURCH Not a Rootman Not God Either But
Sunday Oct. 15 Rev J. H. I .p, .."'..."... Jt.
,' ..:r' '. "''\J i Prince C. Moblay, pastorSis. JUST A GOD SENT MAN
Martin will be ordained. Rev. A. :{Jjf' '
:!,,.:: ;,
C. McKinney reporter
T. King from Ft. Lauderdale will' JiI. J 0 10:00 Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora
School of Wisdom . :
preach ordination sermon. . . .830
., Y. P. E. Band Do have
'ffI. Evening worship . ..... 8:00 v yon a problem'DUiIDeM
Woman's Day at : ;// I Bad, Marriage
Palling C n't( win the man

r St. James ( ; f' .,,; ; SEE THE WORLD'S L_____ ; .- tr woman you love Ween
Crossed, Need
i The women of St. James will\ "rt. j GREAT SPIRITUAL
$! observe their 13th annual Woman'a i .. I j9TIw : .t. AND' PSYCHIC READER Everything Going Wrong
Day program Sunday, 0<.t. .: ,} '11"t1.: :, t! Health Ilad Can't Satisfy

15. The public is Invited. i i'L.". ;' ,,,.. :I II BISHOP HUNTERIf I n f
The theme for thla occasion is :f"i'l" .':"'f. t:. ,', ,'i..,. ;;: :,J yon are sick or worried, don't ;.t_ long Husband or Wife
J :
"Passport to Christianity. This ;\:l,1
I ,: .1. : fan to !sea me today. Office hour Want a New Home or Car?
theme will be developed the ,
by ,
: : 'f. ".....;, .1
morning speaker dynamic Mrs.; "," ,,rMRS. : ;. ",'.,"':' ., .,' dolly 1 i>.m. (o 0 |>.ni. Thursday
Gloria B. Robinson. A debate ,Is .d,,\ .f;,... ,. ( .). 'If\. .,. ... .. ..> c 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m. -e-
planned for the evening service. ; ').; 'I:' ,1.. ,r ,.. wJ ( : 3 IIt.-a SEE ME TODAY
"' .... "., ''' "_._ ._ ,. ...... .r to p.m.READINGS ,
A timely question "Is the church '. .\_ ;."',,.., .' .. '" .. 0 0' .
meeting the needs of youth?'* Never before In the history
will be debated by a panel of out SERENA ALLEN "." of Miami, have so many
standing citizens. principal of ,N13Y people been helped by thUre.t
The pastor for the day will be Sylvia Bunche Park Elementary. ,..00 IR ( wonder man.
Mrs. Rosetta H. Harris.
There will also be an afternoon up
Mrs. Ethel Once and Mrs service rendered in the Interestof It costs nothing to
Martha Nicholson are co-chair. our Woman's Day by the Rev.C. 6417 BW 17 Bt. ,

men. J. Jenkins and his congrega WESTHOLLYWOOD :.___ J come In and ,talk
tion. That service will be held at '
3 p.m. and there will be refresh NOW AT MY NEW ADDRESS

.. MIAMI TIMES ADS ments served. We look forwardto FLA. PROP IIUNTEH 827 N.W. 48th Street 751-3978
I seeing you Sunday at the biggest
DON'T COST THEY PAY little church In town. ",


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memory of our dear mother
PAGE 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1961 \ CARDS-MEMORIALS and grandmother,

.._ "'-- ...._._---- -
If .n
L 2315, N W60th St., died" Oct. 7. 1 IN MEMORIAM / '. .
He had lived in Miami for a CARD. OF :
number of coming',> here: 'j. .,:1
years .. : .
DEATHS : late In sad but loving memory: of,. :
the ,
from Unedllla, Ga. He is survived I 1'b family of '' '. < ..
by, his wife,' Mrs I"IlUeBell MR. llOW: AnD 'JOHNSON i my dear' 'friend, -
James, wishes 'w' express its sincere I MRS; FRANCIS ,GRAHAM 1
Hender&on,, ,, a er" *
1960 in;
former- Servites. were"hed' Friday< 'in the thanks find appreciation to the who passed October *14.'. ,
L roy Henderson Sr, Memorial Chapel Afhe- funeralhome many friends ,and neighbors who Brunswick, Georgia
t Ijf'of ,"Miami and for a number' ofyearn ,, i. were so' kind during Its hours ofereavement. Gone, but not forgotten. May
: of Atlanta, died suddenly : >- Thanks for your she rest In peace.

1 i Sundayin an Atlanta hospital. Eugene Hollman of 16ff01 NW; cards, telegrams, letters, flowers, Mrs,, Lucy McKenzie. '
Mr. Henderson is survived by his 19th ct., died Oct. 8. Mr.-IIoll ./ caN and all other kind gestures a dear friend
wife, Mrs Aileen Pol tier Hen. man lived, in Miami for 30 year*,. |of sympathy.; Mrs. Lizzie Waltour, sister- y
deffion; who ia also: a former- Ml.am Services were conducted Ito\ the- Special thanks to the Rev. T. Mr. Mary Miller, sister "

'Ian, a daughter, Marsha, a son Memorial Chapel, He Js, survived C,, Kelley Jr., choirs and mem. of Brunswick
Leroy,. a sister, Mrs. Mlllls By by his wife, Frances, two eons, '( beN of' St. Pau: Church and the
njonette of Miami a brother Miller, croy and Eugene Jr., a brother, ('j House' of Albert and its staff for IN MEMORIAMIn
James, an aunt, Mrs. Ida '
Oscar Middleton and three sis* fine services rendered. Our
asppf Miami. ;ers, Mesdames Nancy Kelly, An., den Is lighter, and these sad but loving memory of
SeVvicea were held Tuesday in na Sheppard and Celicia King. thoughts shall remain with us at. our dear sister and my sweet.
Atlanta. Condolences may be all: times. loving aunt
I s nr in care of his wife at 1049 Theodore Carnegay of 5253 NW May God bless and keep you.
MaysonTurner Road, N.W., At. 24th place died Oct. 9. Mr. Car The Family

hin ..:. aegay was a native of Madison, J I
?. .. T.a, and lived in Miami for a CARD OF THANKS u--c -. _
number of He is survived
House of Albert. by his wife years., dance a son, Er. j r The family of the late, MRS. ANGELINA BURNS
who departed this life October
;nest, a daughter, Barbara Gene,
.WII'fe"'Fred Cannady of 10366 two brothers and Revs J. J. Car 12, 1954.
SW! 152nd St., Richmond Heights ncgay: and a sister, Mrs. Wilma I "And will the judge descend,
Oct. 4, will be held and must all the dead arise. Nota
died in Kendal Hospital Manney. Services ,. .
Services were conducted Oct. 9 Monday in St. Paul AME Church single soul"escape his all discerning
in his home with Rev. 0. Mundy with Rev. M. J. Fayson, offlcia.ting. 11kI eyes. May she rest in
officiating. Hi* survivors are his Friends may call at the peace.
widow, Annie Pearl, father, four funeral home after 2pm. Sun. h p 1 "RFJ < ,1 f A The Family
brothers. day. k

Calvin Hill Foster of 1642 NW J. D. Blackman of 1613 NW !''} ". ,r ,. ';4
& .4" .' ti. ",J;
died Oct. 7 Ills survlv 55th Terr. died Oct. 11. He : "' memory of our beloved son
5tb Ct., i, ,. 1' .,. ':if, .JJ.. !
ore include his widow, mother came to Miami six years ago from ::1 ;{ "r ; >" .""" <'. .. ("I ,' 11 and brother,
and father of Flttgerald, Ga., 3 Clinton, N.C. lie is survived by r q} +. ,.1 H., "" .M"'''''' ___
children. He was sent to Fitzgerald his wife, Leona Blackman, two 1\ \ M .," ;t: ::
Friday for final rites. daughters. Sharon and Margie, ; ? :, >- { ,
our brothers, and four sisters. 'f' : '-1f ',:' .'-" ,:,';, *.. ....
James Wyche Jr.., who residedat Services will 'be conducted Sun. .t ; < :
4427 NR 32nd ave., died Oct. Jay in Clinton Friends desiring I : :( ::f ..: tt1: fl1il [ :
9. He was sent to Thomasvllle, .o send cards or messages may ....'.....'..1-.,,,:',..,,,......*.:. i:.t ,>. (,.,,.:.::..c. ,'.,.:".,:
a "
is c "-' .' "'-:.
Ga,.. Thursday for services. He send them to Robinson Funeral .N 'f' ',:.; ':< ::... -

survived by his parents. Home, Clinton, N. C. .# MRS. JESSIE W. THOMPSON, w,

who departed this life October .
Services for Mrs. Rebecca Miller Mrs. Lucy Larkins of 6508 NW 13, 1957.'IUleased. -- __ _
Dowleg of 2166 NW 6th ave. 14th ct., died Oct. 11. She was a '. -
were conducted Oct. 7 at Temple cnftnber of Greater Bethel AME ,;- from earthly toll and
Baptist Church, Rev.. L. A. Church and lived here for a number .J strife,

Thompson, pastor. Surviving are of years. She is survived by MRS. EDNA S. HALL With thee is hidden still their
her mother and step father, hus i brother, William Frazier, and wish to express their sincere ap life,
band, .five children, three broth. :'our sisters, Mesdames Lyla Pet. preciation for the many kindness, rhino are their thoughts, their
era. arson, Minnie McDonald, Cora cards, telegrams, floral tributes, works, their ,powers,
Wyche and Juanita Wyche Ar- contributions and many other ex. Ah; thine, and yet moat truly
Mrs. Mildred Stephens of 1337 angements are incomplete. sire'lions of sympathy shown ours,

NW 1st court was funeralized during her, illness and death. For well we know, where'er they.
Bethel AMB: Baby Boy Ruellen; of 2310 be
Oct; 9 from Greater Special thanks are extended to o A Sy
Church,:Rev S. A. Cousin, pas. NW 153rd St., died Oct. 6. He !Mrs.\ Alese Gill, principal of Our dead are living unto thee.
tor, She leaves her ,,mother, five Wtthe son of Mr. and Mrs. S. Lily C. Evans Elementary who Jacob and Anthony Webb,
daughters, three sons, a brother tV Fluellen. was with us constantly during brothers

t and.:four, grandchildren. her Illness and giving her ser Mrs. Euturpie Newsome, ,. fi
niece -- --
vices wherever needed.

Stone We also wish to thank Mw. KENNETH "Pork v" PARKS
Range Mary\ Ford Williams, principal of IN MEMORIAMIn who departed this :life October 7,
Services for Mrs. Hattie Gil. Liberty City Elementary School; 1960 at Madison, Wisconsin
Edmond Williams, a deacon at bert of 601 Summit St., who died the faculties of Lily C. Evans sad but loving, memory of Mr. and Mrs. James
Mt." Olive Baptist Church of Oct. 8 witl be held from the St. and Liberty' City Elementary, and our dear wife, mother and grand. Parks,. Sr., and Family
South Miami, died Oct. 14. He James Methodist Church of 'tie/ student bodies. ,mother,

was,,ta native of Miller, Ga., and ntusville with the pastor, Rev, We are sincerely grateful to. ........... .... ',"-A' __"""' ''_
lived in South Miami for 35 3rr officiating. Mrs. Gilbert wasA Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor of i
will; be held this pioneer Floridian and citrus st, Luke Baptist Church and hit yxt $350 DOWN
Saturday at 4:30: p.m. in Mt. producer. She atao was a civic ongregatlon; Rev. O. E. Tur.nC'f TOTAL PRICE $10,500
Olive 'with the pastor officiating. ind community worker. She and his family; Postal Em.iloyees > Nice 2 bedroom CBS home
Burial will be In Paradtee. The leaves her liepheew, Dr. Childs of of Biscayne Annex ..:with
body is now on view at the Jacksonvil: three nieces, Alta 'esale W Martin as leader; the $67 Month
church.: mese, Elouse and Fereda Childs neighbors of 66th St. and the Pays all
-_ )f St. Petersburg and other relatives Disabled American Veterans with 8S d
Allen Dykes 2114 NW 66th Arrangements are incom ;pedal, thanks to Chapter No. 39 I' See 900 :N.W. 76th St.
St., died Oct. 4. Services were Mete nd its auxiliary.We Open Sat. and Sun.
conducted this past Thursday are also grateful to Mrs. 1-6
from Walker's: Temple with Richardson of Richardson's Fun. p.m.

burial In Evergreen. Richardson oral Home for. her kind, off!. I Penn Realty
:lent and thoughtful services I 6

I, Louis Y of 2366 NW Joe Brlmfleld of 936 NW 3rd The Family i PL 7-8548

.74th St., died Oct. 6 in Oaklyn, Ave died, Oct. 5. Services were James H.. Hall, husband
N. J. A native of Barney, Oa. he held Wednesday, Oct. 11 from
lived in Miami for 8 years. He the chapel. Mr. Brlmfleld leaves CARD OF THANKSThe
is survived 'by his wife, Willie a wife, Rosetta and other rela MEN .
Mae, six sons, two daughters, his cl\es.Mrs.. 'family of the late in"MENERGY
mother, Mrs. Willie Causby, a ROSA B. CRANE Lacking
sister, Mrs. Endria Mobley and Clarice Glover, 936 NW wish to extend profound gratitude ?"
two brothers, R. C. and Kenneth. 3rd ave., died Oct. 4. Mrs. Glo. ,and appreciation to the
Services will be held Saturday at ver's ,body was shipped to Dub. 'nany frienda and neighbors for Don't despair' amazingnew
noon in New Mt. Calvary Baptist .in, Ga. for Interment. She their, kindness shown during our high potency formula
Church, Rev. Tarpley, pastor. leaves a husband, Prentice, seven bereavement. Thanks for your brings new\ hope to men
Mr Yearby is now on view In children flowers, cards, telegrams, dona. MRS. OLIVIA DAVIS why energy has been sagglng .
the chapel. tlons and other kind acts of con ;vho died October 11, 1959. Sagging, SAGGING.Kxclushe .
Frank Ford, 240 NW 21st St., :sideration. May she rest in peace, and new combinationof
Napoleon Dias and 1761 NW died Oct. 11. lIe will be shipped ,Mrs,. Savannah Youngblood, may light ,perpetual snine upon lime tested" Ingredient
62nd St., died Oct. 6. A pioneer to Freeman Mortuary In Pompa.no niece her. make* it poiwlble for us to
Miamian, he came to Miami In on Monday. Mr Ford leaves Rev. P. E. Davis, husband guarantee that TONE
1898. lie Is survived by three five brothers, Eddie, Willie, How. IN MEMORIAMIn Eleven children and Ill's" will help restore that
sisters, Mrs. Josephine Powell of ard, Ivlson and Zeda Ford, two 13 grandchildrenIN confidence of old.
Miami, Mrs Lucille Johnson of daters, Mrs. Palma Lee Curry I sad but loving memory of Exciting new "TONE UPS"
I I Tampa and Mrs. Corrine Lauray and Mrs;; Emma Lou Drown, a our dear wife, mother and MEMORIAMIn revitalize bring bock
I of Hartford, Conn.; three broth on, Willie Sherman. randraother, power release tense\ ,
; era, James, Leo and William, MRS. ALEXZINA PINKNEYwho sad but loving of taut neriea relieve ten. ,
and in. died on October 13, 1943. memory along that
i o several nieces nephews, our dear husband and father have made you
Richard Powell May she rest In ,peace and old before
4 eluding FOR SALE may MR. ARCHIE ROLLE SR. your time!
of Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. light perpetual shine upon her.
who departed this life October Definitely NOT A traiuftiiHier -
Services were held Thursday at Coin Laundry Harrison Pinkney Sr., 16, 1959. but a harmless tunu.
Mt. Tabor. husband laut that I
Harrison Pinkney Jr. Gone, but not forgotten May will help you get \
421 N.W. 22nd St. son the job .
Vernell Pinkney Walker be rest in peace and may light done make life
Mrs. Esther Sharpe of 794 NW perpetual shine worth again I
F' 47th St.. died ,Oct. 7. She was a 19 washers and 6 dryers, daughter "Father upon him. Send todny for
coin Marjorie P Hart, daughter in thy gracious keeping, fntroductol'J'Dlonth'
Miamian and was a mem. changers etc
native And four grands'Broadway Leave we nowthy servant supply of
ber of Greater Bethel AME Price Reasonable sleeping." ATONE UPS"
"' Church. She survived by her Mrs. Idell Rolle To
Cash or Terms rap the climax
husband, Rev. Percy Sharpe, two
And Family'' only '::.()()
children, an aunt, Mrs. CevaDavis For InformationCall I
two uncles, Harold and MO 6-8904 ExtravaganzaNov. Ilemember, "TO\E UPS"
or must satisfy or t
Cornelius Hannah and two sis your money
ters. Services will be held Sat. MO 7-6376 MIAMITIMES ADS refunded a r

urday from Greater Bethel. She B1- T. W NELROV LABORATORIES
;:,1s now on view In the chapel. 30'I I DON'T COST THEY PAY 00 Itaacom: Blvd

r* Anthony t Charlie Henderson-. of Advertise It Pays! : Miami, Fla.

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MANAGER or couple to Wriag (SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1961 PAGlb3"'t
new rooming house downtown
$80 security necessary. Phone<
FR 1-1905 or JE 13184. ,

WILL :\ "' elderly mei.
i In my" home, 10n'NW 75th St., I
PL 8-4925 .

I Unlimited opportunities foi
(alesmen and saleswomen w.tth
leadership ability to' train for 8,'
r9\ ;;fI'r' -:.' .,- "", ong-range lucrative career pro. .
gram. Phone FR 4.1561 for ai,
RENT3ROOM I BEDROOM furnished apartment .appointment: '
FOR lines.Water and I
3 hue
on .... .... .
gas free. $20 a 'week or $76 a:: -:-----
stoves and
cottages, month. 1076A NW 54th. St.BEAUTIFUWjunfurnlshed f
water furnished. $10 weekly. KNOW THE
NW 8th St. FR 7.2902.
569 -;s apt
:J. QuIet, shady'.a.rd-Noehltdren. TROTH.ABOUT
2 BEDROOM HOUSE with lnrg<| 3 .1.NW:,8th,. : Tern, >'< '\ VJflJ1jft [
:wing room large dining rpdni l METRO
and front porch. ,All utilities A LARGE 1 bedroom apt. Partly
pa'd by owner. $25 week. 2272; furnished, 1 bedroom apt.- fufnlshed. Mass meeting Monday, Oct'
NW 58th St. NE 4.3759 and small baby. MU
owner takes care of yard. 10325. 16, 8 p.m, ''Zion' Hope Missionary -_____u
l Baptist Church

ROOM DUPLEXES. 1835-1837' NICE Z2 bedrooms, furnished 17th Ave.. and 69th St.,, Jewels Install,

NW 5th Ave.. Newly painted. with cooking privileges. Reason Hear, Commissioner Wynn.
$10 per week. Call Picard Rental able rent respectable people.

Agency FR 7.2902; 1130 NW 65th St. ... ..
--:- a recent meeting of the .
Furnished. For Jewels of the Murrell Branch
3 ROOM APT.call, 1673 NW 5th YWCA at the Range Fun '
information FOR SALENO I
Home, the 1961.62 officers
place. FR 11137. Also private For Sale
for rent.FURNISHED QUALIFYINU. Modern CBS installed. I
room $2,750 down Fla. room 3 baths from left to right are ,
Apartment All large lot, etc. 1350 NW 45th St. t Sarah Mobey! Mrs. Willie
utilities furnished $12.50 'psi r 021 Bargain for owner. CBS 2 Mrs. Beatrice Cox,
week. 620 NW 8th ,St., FR I Mrs. Mary Llghtfoot.
7-2902. Caretaker in Apt.. 1. 1950 CHEVROLET CAR. $66 >Bedrooms, fence, awnings,, are Mrs Carolyn Mc "
cash. Excelent: engine almostnew I 4 Mrs. Cherry Boyer, Mrs
HOUSE. 3 'ropnu and bath. tires, good running condl- arporte, large lot, pay like f Range, Miss Enid Curtis,

Front and aide porches, nice tion. PL 45689. rent, Price $7,900. 16400( fA Edith Washington and Mists. ,

yard, good neighborhood. 1324 NW, 19th Ct., Opa Locka I Bennett were Mrs. Pauline Sut.
NW 1st Court. $12 per week. WIDOW selling cheap living
For Information call at 143 NW roon furniture, dinette, double Call for appointment.HI I' t' Mrs. Ida Barkley and' Mrs.' ''
7th St. FR 37990.TURNISHED bed, chest of drawers, etc. 1489 *; a. and"Y lnla Smith. welcomed
NW 54th St. (rear house.) 8.9889 and FR 3-8721 Bennett waa 'as
I member In the Jewels -
Efficiency. $14. ,
Free gas, water and electrlcty 2 LOTS, corner. 60x145. NE ; 4y > photo. "
4190 NW 32nd aye. 3-6784 or MO 15771. '
Deveaux /;
LOVELY HOUSE. $22 lei 2 BEDROOMS and Fla. room ,-
week Will apply rent to purchace. CBS. Central location Good deal FREE .t.

Own your home, no down by owner to responsible party. carpeting slipovers Jollivette, manager oftt .
payment. NE 56566. Excellent Phone OX 60607. Drapes, Community Drug. Store,' 'and.

location Smaller house $20.E. : "Iiw011rSE and reupholstering Deveaux were quietly :.
NW section. 7764 October 12.
PICARD NW 10th ave. $600 down, low Phone for decorator to come ___n..mn. bride and groom celebrated

Rental Agency 'losing/ coots Lovely home at to your home their gettogetheer at the,
Rental collections; property PL 49260. Resplendent Mattiwllda Roo, Miami Beach. Are.
Management, real estate Bruce DecoratorsNA Internationally famous is planned for Monday
1226 N.W. 3rd Ave., FR 7-2902 $99 down. $60 a month 2 beds singer and Metropolitan: ,.
&om frame house. OX 18371. star, strikes an interesting '

? ROOMS and bath. Duplex. 4.5738 in this picture. Currently ( broadcasts of the British i
Water l\6 furnished. $12.60 weekly 4 BEDROOMS, 2 baths, $9,400 foreign tour, the coloratura Co.'s Home Service ',/
Call E. Picard Rental Agency. total. Very nice home. $496 Bank terms prano has sung at .- ANP photo.
lown. Make offer. BenKorl,, and Convent Garden, London
FR 72902. Realtor, 2644 NW 62nd St. OX __ ___________ 1v
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FURNISH APT. $15 ,per week 1.9372. ;
and up. Room $10 and up FR FOR RENT ., :,
':3BS 3 BEDROOM home In down '
1-3217. 'own section. For' Informationall JUST COMPLETED ; ; ;1

:STUDIO APARTMENT. Furnished :: FR 4-8512 or FR 11909.; FOR SALEThe '
duplexes : I"
. 1815 NW 18th Are. NE Luxury, large 2 bedroom apartments in new '.
'3.007 4. 54 CUSTOM, FORD. Very good '
>ran&portatLon.' '$260.-OX 1-6690 buy of the year I 1533 N.W. 52nd Street :
2 BEDROOM HOUSE.' |10 per (evenings.)". 1 ( \
week. NE 61530. l i. Completely' furnished, 3 BLAC'KSTONE REALTY, Inc.. J
$77( month total. aGO down.
edroom CBS home. Corner,, ,
APARTMENT.'One bedroom. $16 OBS, cute as a button, near '
4190 NW 32nd are. ,! Manor Park, buy now. Den. Front and rear Flag room"1carporte 590 N.W. 7th Ave. ,
t *> ,* 'tort, Realtor 2644 NW 62nd : and garage, patio

1 BEDROOM HOUSE.. 1159 NW 3t, OX J.if'U: I \n extra $4,000 duplex lot PL 8-7407 .
'65th St. PL 9-990&. or TU
make equity profit
'72030. DUPLEX. 'Extra large living $5,000

poom, 2 bedrooms. Jalouaied I it once I All this for only. ., ..I T .........I .. II U-.I1-
BEDROOM Duplex. For information norch each side. Special garage. 12990.; $61.21 monthly I u..u.
, TU 84296. 22x28, consider car for part
town payment. 1053 NW 53rd with substantial cash to first I
1 BEDROOM COTTAGE, furnlsh- nortgage. No closing costs. :
"d utilities Included. $23 awe St.UO Slot FHA. Move right in! NOW! YOU CAN HAVE'
-k. 1342 NW' 63rd St. HI '; a month. Total $6,990. Dig
3-3729 lot, very nlre cottage. Move in. -0-
Hen.Korl, Realtor: 2644 NW '
LOWEST RENT In town. 2bfdroora 2nd',St. OX 19372. 5450 down $83.69 aronth. LONGER-LOOKING HAIR .

apartment. $14. liOOVW 9 No closing cost.
47th St. \ 2 bedroom, 1 bath
"HS with Jaloualed Fla room, Corner 3 bedroom
PRIVATE room. 1464W ,orcti'facln rbote 9, Opa Locka. Tile roof, clean, 70 x 115lot.
71st St. OX 1.4183, all Mr. Smith at JE 13473. Front closed porch, city .

REAL NICE furnished. efficiencies. \ LARGE ROOM for single manu vater. See this! Open Sunday a.1 h

Downtown area. $13 per nlcp coupler Private entrance. 1.6 p.m. 'See "Mr. softy shining, I'
we"k, Utilities Included. NE 1831 NW 49th St. NB 38746. I George at so naturally Illu1tLkiI: j

4.0500. N4 BOO N.W. 75th St. fotautlful

2 BEDROOMS unfurnished. 1980 .k 'fie !
NW 55th St. NE 39908. For Sale

$350 ,down $67.95 a Yours
FRONT ROOM privilege Manor Modern duplex in beautiful month s. Easily

lady 1027 NW 65th St. Coconut: Grove. Income Lovely corner 2 bedroom withWITH h .

LARGE 8 room house and 3 from large two bedroom CBS, tile roof, hardwood d o

rom house 1817 NW 6th court. \pt. cover payments. You loors, front jalousied porch f n rI'j:

1811% NW 5th court. Insulre occupy front one, rent free. larporte, kitchen equipped. <4'.awlMj rrN
Low next rent.door. 1821 NW 5th court. Near schools, churches, hily $11,500 total price. ,: :

hopping, park with swimming rHA mortgage S1/ per cent ;

1 00 furnished cottage. pool. Tile bath, tile i nterest.9PITZER. '-7 .J
Stove and refrigerator. Suitablefor kitchen; lots of closets, "i

[included one. $10 Inspect per week.at 1401 Utilities NW large yards. All new con AS ADVERTISED ON I ;.

|58th Terr. Call OX 62393. dition. Can be bought with REALTY
(450' down. FHA, or real
1 VERY NICE room. 6820 NW food deal. Bank mortgage Realtors b

rth Pl, with $1,900 cash. All offers 8201 Biscayne Blvd. WMBM

; considered. HI' 60656. 9-8741
home for PL
ICE ROOM In private

tlng'.e man. p".JIr'1-042S.. '", .. p 31'44 'Elizabeth St. Open Including daily 0 turn Sundays, to 6 p.m. 1220 ON EVERY RADIO .

OTAGEPT.. 1 bedroom. J J r .., ..... .-J'
o I f .NW lpatd, ;_zt..1. .L'#'.9U4" .1.;? ms. ..,; ffj+v "9t

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PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 14,1961 Notes on Orange Mays 12-0

The Northwestern High School
Bulls turned a blocked punt and
Classic Parade and FloatsThe an Intercepted pass into touch.

Two Sepia Stars to Lead downs last Friday night for a 12-
the 0 victory over the Mays Rams at
float not meeting
rade. Any
annual Orange Blossom Miami Stadium. The victory was
celebration minimum standard, in decorationand Bulls' third against
Classic Festival and the one de.
will be held this year on Satur I. attractiveness will, not be feat.
Colorado Against 'CanesWhen day, Dec. 0. The Florida A andM I permitted to enter the parade.
RatUers and an outstanding All interested persons are UI'I'ed Following a blocked punt In
.., opponent, selected on the basisof to kindly take note of this no. the opening period, Northwesternmoved
When the University ot Miami Its record, will be featured in tics and govern themselves Ac the ball on the ground to
I I Hurricanes take on the Buff aloes the football game that Saturday cordtngly. Further information the one-boot line, from where
of the University of Colorada BETHUNE DOWNS night at :Miami's Orange Bowl. Parade be obtained from the Chief Willie Dunwoody plunged over.
tonight (Friday) at Miami's Marshall.
Orange Bowl, two outstanding MORRIS BROWN CLASSIC PARADE AT 12:80 Signed: In the third period the Bulls
Negro halfbacks will be in the .,..Tme giant Classic Parade will Elliott J. Pieze recovered a Mays fumble' on the
starting lineup. 12-8 UPSET be held that afternoon at 12:80. Chief Parade Marshal Rams 37. Halfback John Rolle
Left half Ted Woods, 196 Ib. The parade this year, is expectedto Class Blossom !skirted! his own left end for the
senior from Pittsburgh, Pa., and DAYTONA BEACH The be the greatest In the historyof Parade TD.The
right half Ed Coleman, 180 lb. scrppay Bethune- Cookman Col. the event. 1112 NW Bed Ave. Rams suffered from a Be l *
Junior from Carnegie, Pa., are legs Wildcats stunned hitherto All organizations, schools, bus. 'J18 vere case of fumbleitis. Several
J the two .septa stars with which undefeated Morris Brown, Satur- messes And all other groups that times they drove inside the
+ the Hurricanes will have to con. day night in Memorial Stadium, would like to enter floats or oth Bulls' 10 only to lose the ball
upsetting the Atlantans 12-8 on er unite in the parade, must re Advertise It Pays! i on fumbles.
rated the fastest backin a spectacular pass play. eive official permission, and I
the United States, is also What proved to be the winning have their float "or unit confirm ,###" '#" ###" " " " " " ,.
known as an Olympic sprinter. tochdown for the Daytontans ed by the Chief Parade :Marshall,
Coleman, while not quite as fastas came in the third quarter when Elliott J. Pieze, at the downtown WHEN EATING OUT -TRY THE
Woods, is nevertheless, one quarterback Bobby Frazier of office of the :Miami Times, 1112
of the most elusive broken field Wauohula passed to John Wil- NW 3rd Ave., FR .2280 not CLIPPER RESTAURANTServing
runners in the game. Together kins on the Brown 10. later than Saturday, Nov. 18.
Woods and Coleman form thestarting Bethune scored first in the sec organization,, school,, busi delicious home cooking and homemade
nsle"L and major ond quarter.. King; Davis took a lADY or other group, who's floator
scoring: threat 01 me buffaloes.Both : punt and raced it 22 yards to his unit has not been confirmedby pastries
will see plenty of action In (0 and fumbled. Teammate Tom- Nov. 18 will not be permittedto
tonight's game. Woods. can be my Holtz grabbed the ball in I enter the parade. This rule 6:30.10 weekdays and 7:30 to 11 SundayFree
identified by No. 35 while Cole- midair and continued to the will be strictly enforced, and will
man is 46.Undefeated. Brown'h 23. Frazier hit Davis on not be relaxed for anyone. Birthday Cake With Birthday Party
so far this season, the 10. On a fourth down play MR. AND MRS. LEROY CtJLWfiWJ&t, PltOJPS.,
Colorado goes into the game from the three, Frazier passed to AU floats must be attractively
fresh from a 20.19 victory over Davis in the end zone. decorated, in a first class man.
Kansas, the team that was picked In the third period Calvin ner, and must represent a worth. 745 N.W. 62nd St. PL 1-9123
to win the Big Eight title Bull Thomas, Brown fullback, while addition to the parade in
this year, and come to the January fumbled and tackle Pat Sanders l order to be., entered in., the pa. ," ,#" " ,#" #" ,##" #" " " ,,,," " ,

1, 1962 Orange Bowl clas recovered for BCC on the 39. .- - .-. .-. .-. - - - ,
sic. Colorado's victory over Kansas Frazier passed to Wilkins on the M W _ _ _ _
places the Buffaloes in a 10.
Morris Brown got back in the
commanding position for the Big
Eight crown this year and thereis came late in the third quarter.
a .strong chance' that Colorado End Simon Hubbard recovered a ANOTHER "FIRST"! FOR
will represent the Big Eightin fumble by Holt on a punt to the
the January 1 Orange Bowl. Cats' 41. Led by Thomas
charges, the Wolverines advanced
to the three yard line. Quar
Hornets Keep terback John Davis connected to

North Rolling Dade 31-12 Over end Hubbard zone.on a Jump pass into the Florida Realty'

Tornadoes Wins
Halfback Rudy Cambridge led
the Carver High School Hornetsto One 6.0
a hard fought 31.12 victoryover TenantsMOVIESThurs.
M the North Dade Thunderbirds The Booker T. Washington
last Thursday night at Miami Tornadoes scored a touchdown
Stadium before approimately early in the second period, stop.
2,200 fans.Cam'brldge. ped several serious threats by Nite
scored three td's on B'ake! and defeated the Yellow
,,6 and 5 yard end runs and a 2- Jackets 6-0 Saturday night at
yard leap over center. Also !scoring Miami Stadium before 2,600 fans. e GIFTS
for the Hornets were end The Tornadoes tallied on a 16
James Hannah on a 20 y a r d yard pass from quarterback ELECTRICITY
I pass from QB Billy Fredericks, Robert Thomas to end Henry
i ., and halfback Theodore Taylor on King. The: ,play ended an 81 E
a 73 yard pass from Fredericks. yard drive by the Tornadoes. I F R E I o WATER
End Willie Bell booted the only ''Blake's deepest penetrationwas

point game Scoring for after the for touchdown Hornets.North Dade of were the yard down line. to the Tornadoes' 8 GAS

quarterback David Dwight on a EMPLOYMENT
sneak from the one foot line,
ending! a 73 yard drive, and end SERVICE
I Will Evans on a beautiful 67
yard pass from Dwight. Both 0I1
points were missed. i

Take a TripTake H'wLOW: RITE
Providence a trip Court with 129 the Heroines New

of Jericho Saturaday, Oct. 14. We
are leaving 10th st. and 3rd ave.
at 8:30: p.m. Refreshments will
be at the destination which is ON FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED APTS.
10710 SW 149th St.
Heroine Johnnie Hill is chairman e
; Fostina Horton, M. A. M.;
Bro. C. W. Simpson, W. J., and I: furnished with free
I. Lula Moore, reporter. Efficiencies, completely 4J flf)
) -- utilities. As low weekly JUJ
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AND LUNCHEONETTE 1-bedroom apartments. Completely furnished $2150

with free utilities. As low as weekly'
402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874

:f I Ii I Drug Store Bar-B-Que 2-bedroom apartments, completely furnished, $5Owith

i .r Specializing In prescriptions, Featuring breakfast, lunch free utilities. As low as weekly
I j, patent medicine and sundries a. '. dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue
I.' from 5
I Open dully 6:80 a.m. 12 p.m. p.m. e _
FrI., Sat. to 1:80 tun. Open Fri. & Sat to 2:80 a.m.

Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery UNFURNISHED APARTMENTS WITH


HOME SERVICE Manager lives on premises to keep place orderly and

TV H clean
','" CALLS $1-50

PL 1-8381 329 N.W. 22nd St.-Rent office Apt. 116

TV SALE! SAME DAY FREE DELIVERY 2101 N.W. 3rd Ave. Rent office Apt. 4

See The World Series For other locations in Liberty City, Grove, Downtown, Call


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

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Laymen St. PAUL A. M. EneT. Happy BirthdayTenants THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA .

To Celebrate! M. J. fttyson, pastor of Liberty Square SATURDAY OCTOBER 14 1961 PAGE 15 ,I
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter I housing Project, 6306 NW 14th ,
HomecomingThe Sunday School . . 9:30 Ave., gave a surprise birthday
Morning worship . 11:00 I party for Eugene Kemp housing The school also wishes Dr. Katie .
Daymen's' organizations oj Evening worship . . 1:so manager Oct. 4. SUNLIGHT SCHOOLThis I
Greater Bethel AME Church will .Refreshment, which were pre I Wicklow, president of the I'
celebrate their annual homecomV In the absence of choir No. 1, pared by tenants, were served. week was one of the most National Beauty CuUurlsts:
ing on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 6 who worshipped l with Mt. Zion< Our sincere thanks and apprec unusual weeks at Sunlight. We League a pleasant and enjoyablestay
p.m. at the church. The Rev. M. of Opa Locka during its Woman's iation to everyone who helped to had the pleasure of seeing students in our fair city. The school
j. Fayaon pastor of St. Paul Day, the Cathedral choir fUrnished make the party a success. from various places who also extends best wishes to the
AME Church will be the speak the music for our Sunday a.ld I Special thanks to Meedames finished Sunlight several years officers, members and guests of
er. The public is Invited. Mrs. service. The sermon was one td Tommie L. Lynch, Alstine Lynch, ago, visit with us. We were hap. the Eastern Manufacturing Co.,
Ann Smith, president. remember delivered by the pas. Evelyn Itlnchen, Wllhelmenia py to have them. Also a surprise who are in Miami for their an.
tor. The pastor is urging everyone Wallace, Delia Sawyer, Carolyn visitor was a ,member of the nual trade show. Mrs. Grrtrude
MT. TABOR BAPTIST to attend church conference Wallace, Ernestine Jackson, Robert State Board. We are having new Shipp, and several students of
Tuesday night, Nov. 17. The Terry, Mattie Jackson Willie students enrolling every day. fte'ray Beach stopped by on Mon
Her. P. S. Drown, pastor main topic of discussion will be Mae Denson, Inez H. Cooper Ira Mrs. Elizabeth El, a student of day.Visitors,
Sunday School....... .... ,?. 9:49 the building of our church which .Wilson,.Vivian Irby, Arte J. Gary, Sunlight, and her brother, Eph- are always welcome at
Morning worship ...__ 11:00 will take place in the near future. Miss Maxine Walker Rev and riam Llghtsey and family have Sunlight.Mrs. .
Evening worship ........_ ':30 Mrs. Audrey Grice is still ill Mrs. s. M. Wiggins Chrlspin Romero moved to their new location, Elizabeth El, reporter
'n Jackson Memorial Hospital Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence 6831 NW 29th Ave. After spending ,
Did you remember to mark Rufus Wooten is convalescing at Adderley Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Alonto two weeks here with his wife Civic' Club TeaThe
vour calendar for October 25 BO home. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Amos and son, Cornell Crews left Fri
that your schedule will includeat Gibson Jr., Robert Arrington, day where he will be stationedat Sweetheart of Roses, Civic
least one of the Women's Day The women of St. Paul are Mr. and Mrs. Carmichael, Elijah Ft. Richardson, Alaska. Club cordially Invites the publicto
activities at Mt. Tabor Baptist busy making plans for what Is Hepburn, assistant manager, ing at the school tonight (Frl-! attend' its first tea a t the
Church, 1701 NW 66th St. expected to be the greatest Wo.man's Henry Rolle, James Colson Jr., There will be a social gather. home of Mrs. Clara Love 1889
The women of the church are Day in the history of the Rodney Albury Ralph Hardnett, day,) Everyone is invited to NW 56th St., on Sunday, Oct. 29
delighted to be able to bring to church with a $12,000 goal set. William Cox. help make this a success. from 4 to 6 p.m. Miss Marie
you such outstanding local talentM Each member Is working to makeit The prom is just around the White will be the speaker. Mrs.
our two talented guest speak a realization. Mrs. Clarice Car corner. Wake up girls and start Cara: Love la president.Beauticians .
era Mrs. Athalle Range, who negay, chairlady with Mrs. Ear working.
will speak from the subject, nestine Robinson, co.chalrlady, A Tapestryfor
"Women The Builders of a Firm are working very closely with all '\'Mrs. Mildred Trahan wishes to to Give
Foundation," and Mrs. Hazel committees and captains to see express her gratitude and thanksto Benefit Tea
Troy who will eerve as narratorfor that all plans are carried out. Fall Mrs. Neva 0. Dennett, who
the evening service.We Many activities are plannedand formerly lived in Coral Gables, Sigma, Omicron Alpha Chi Pi
members and friends are expected and is now residing in Honolulu, Omega invites you to Ita AutumnTea
would like to thank our to cooperate with the Hawaii, for giving her the opportunity benefit JESCA Day Care
many friends and members for many efforts, eo dot your caledar Beautiful Home on to attend Sunlight. Center featuring some of the
their splendid cooperation with for the big day at St. Paul, November Your Lot 'Miss Patricia Price Is b a o k most noted musical talents of
the various activities, during the 12.CALENDAR. from Springfield, Ohio, where she Miami in an afternoon entertain.
past week for the benefit of the spent quite some time with her ment, Sunday Oct. 22,, 4 to 6
Woman's Day drive.In OP EVENTS ?bw aa mother. Miss F. Fisher is backin p.m., Liberty Square Auditorium
school after a brief illness 6S06 NW 14th ave.
the race for the swift, le the October 22 Fall SurpriseTea .

battle to the strong, is the breadto sponsored by the Excelsiorlub S&-- ., ) ___._._._._._........... llT" 1 ..N-NN..NN........ 11............ rnn
the wise, are the riches to at 2140 NW 6th ave., 4 ,4
men of understanding, or favourto p.m. Miss Lucille Timmons, I\ 1
men of skill or Is it 'but time president.
and chance happenth to them October 29 Stay at Home e
all? Tea, sponsored by The Stewards Complete Building B.rvlo mr;
I Board. 0
TEMPLE BAPTIST October 30 An Old Fashioned e PLANNING
Fish at 1028 NW 64th St.
Rev. L A. Thompson, pastor Fry e BUILDINGS
at 8 Mrs. Hazel Wallace, BEER
Sunday School ....................... 9:30 p.m. FINANCING PREMIUM
!! .
Morning Worship ................ 11 KM* sponsor.October 16 An after service Your New Home
Evening: Worship .............?.., 7tS: the
musical by junior
B. T U. ....................._......... 63 Stewards,program William Ford, chair No Down AS ADVERTISED ONWMBM

The Rev. O. A. Pratt associate I man.October
minister at Mt. Olivette, will 30 A Mock Con. PaymentOver '
be the preacher at the 11 a.m. ference at, the church 8 p.m.,
service at Temple on Sunday. sponsored by the Missionariesind Twenty Yore of
The Rev. I. Hepburn will speak Pastor's Aid Club. Construction Experience
during the evening. You are invitPd November 4 A Masquerade
to worship with UB. Dall at the home of Mrs. ''Jessie Guaranteed Satisfaction 1220 ON EVERY RADIO
Smith, 3071 NW 68th St., epos
The Woman's Day social"RegisterTea" committee Bored by Mrs; J. Reddick and aaaQ 7mmV IT T lli HiHIM..M >.I.MM........_...u.......__.... tl..M.N/
Is sponsoring a ,
at 3:30 p.m. at the church.An Mrs. Smith* Jllnl i.Be.DUII.! J..I lmllllJJII LJI.I[ liJI

inspiring musical and literary Mrs., Jessie Smith is now reigning tffi
program Is promised for the as "Mrs. St. Paul." The big >
occasion. Friends are most cordially question is. "Will she maintainIt PL 1-3604 TV Service Calls $1.50ALL
invited. "
or will she be dethroned? Miami
Our annual conference con.
THE INCARNATIONWinter venes on he 25th of October' In 888 N.E. 79th St. MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS PARTS

Lake Wales. The pastor is askingthe
Sunday Schedule cooperation of the member LARRY'S T.V.

1835 NW 54th St. ship.Let' us remember to visit and WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
Father Ellsha Clarke, Jr., vicar rcN
pray for our sick. They are: Vet'eran's rVSTRAIGHTEN RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRSWe
Winter schedule of services: Hospital, Rufus Wooten, ,,
Sundays: room 587; Jamie Lee, room 331. 0 Sell Used TV. on Credit

Low Mass . . . 7:80 Tackson Hospital Mrs. Audry 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024 t
Church School . . 9:30 Grice, room 5233; Mrs. Ruth
Sung Mass . . . 10:45 Mack, at home. '!i .I[ I.Iiilllllil II.ln.1I l lrr .11111..
Junior EYC . . .5:00 ..-
Senior EYC . . . 6:00
Evensong . . . .7:00 ,1BARIfLEY'S
Wednesday: : COT-Mff STOREThe

Low Mass: . . . 6:30 1I11tt suffer M. Acolyte Rehearsal . .:.5 wttk.' fast from OlLt..l*nfwt \.., tooUuclw Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Sacrament of Holy Baptism M Mcondt. CuarintettfMoney
every This fourth Sunday, 10:45 a.m. ,er back.All drug itortt.Pf 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4.2376
Sunday the Episcopal
Church Women will haTe their BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
Corporate communion at the
10:45 a.m. maes. All women are i YOUR HAIR BiDden 80* to 1.40 Nifty Binder
requested to wear white dresseesand Sheets 0* to 25* Composition

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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA At this writing the >o0t',U busy,
PAGE116' \. ':" SATURDAY OCTOBER' 14 Nov. 2 ef eoraoa the awaited. negotiating to pufchaWHwo.
Auxiliary Sunday
b. : VfW HighlightsDuring Ladles Iness lots for their'hotoe.: Chairman .
.,, tea. Proceed. "will go toward Henry Covfa haijfthe;:totu
the .KhaoliBg and support tracts prices! toning-and-:
f. : ina.! .. charged' that Roman and Protes.tant .. ,. '
; .p 2- e '
tbat"the business in .
.. I of the girl, student La, ? ,':paperohave
churches. In New York have .,.
our' l last regular' meet. been signed for the .
t JUST' BROWSIN'Dy I Ii fallen-victim to some system that ing W. C* Covington of 15910<< dies AuxllUry are )keeping in one' 'Of' the seller 'ah condones morality In 'politics and the ectyoots. -
NW 2Oth ave., was.appointed the of locjil J waiting id celebrate.
i: 9 PAUL HENRY business: Youth: Activities chairman of
f' .. .
;Y 1 = .Jaill... :\1' crude workings: ': of 4t Jt ld I jVFW Post; 5693., He will be assisted I .. :. .
I. yem by Allan Miller of 16410 '
.. have been revealed during
Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 15- NW' 21st ave. Comrade Coving- '
: the present political cam Cream of The .
i days t.j
been proclaimed as
16 have pilgn forthe. 'control: o't. New ton."VSll .start his new assignment
f I of rededication to God and York,! said the clergyman. by'contacting' the schools:
*, Country In the Ureater Miami in, this area and forming a .
area. Climaxing the two days ''Three more candidates *.rhlJ.Y' Marble: ,Tournament., Winners of CBS Homes Open 2-6; pirt}
observance will be a rededication;: ;j.hUd for the election:')fur this .Area.' will receive medals and .
,i ceremony on Sunday, Oct. 15 at ray S. Meyreon city, attorney, wants compete with the winners of the '.' FHA APPROVED MORTGAGE'
7:30: p.m. In the Dayfront Park VFW' District. District! winners : .
tIe( seat vacated by C6mmlssionat : LOW ,DOWN PAYMENT .
Band shell. statewide "
and thenon
will compete
B. .
Mrs. E. D. Elliott is general 'Stephen Clark chairman of. the to the National '''Tournament., :. ';1: .' : ; 4 ,...... ...:. .
chairman of and Mrs James All expenses will ,be paid for the ..,. ,.:td: I. ,
chairman of rededication :?:(ty Planning) Board and Murray winner and the-adult\ chairman .: .4820 .
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ceremonies. {Jeln will contest the seat of wherever tournaments 'are held. v: N.W. l th 'AV&ExtraL
ramlseloner George. DuDreull, } '
.?roup 5. DuBreull is not running\ I. This tournament is open to. all ? large .3 bedrooms, :,8 baths, 2'kitchens,. ,Fla. .
/ Miami attorney school children'regardle- .of
Arthur C. Massey, a ,
\ has been appointed spec 'or re-election.: There are now race:' room, 31'years new, huge. rooms andclosets,'Central
2? contestants, 12 trying for the '" .
LI tal assistant to Florida's Attorney heat $800 down.: j I '
for the I : .
General, Richard Erwin. Group 4 seat, six trying I HOATHIDROn .,
I r' seat in Grpup 5 and five Feekingdhe"Mayor's' ". ... .
t, ''seat, now held by the night of Nor;; 11 whichis ', '' .
The Supreme Court Monday Robert King High. Veterans Day, our post will r 771 NtW. rEET' .
refused to hear an appeal case sponsor a moonlight sail on the .
involving 'TV channel 10 In Miami ''Thursday Columbus Day. s.e Dreamboat. We have had 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, separate entrance for income '

,I: Television!,, operated, Inc. by Refusal Public Service of the F&e 10th-, annual celebration took many ride and requests so the for members a repeat decid boat. or in-laws. A-l shape $500 flown $82,per month '
'ace at : p.m. Dayfront
appeal means that the channel rirk".Bandshell. Atty. Gen. Rich. ed to have two this year. Ticketscan .... .... ... .
will 'now 'go to the' Wilson Co. of be obtained from any memo ,
Cincinnati. i iijd. Erwin waa speaker. .
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1786 W.W.47JH ; ;

i'; Medical reports show that venereal [instead of the 'local Kiwanis 2 'Fla, rooms partly lumishe ,-carporte; : lovely,.'$350 .
roup looking all over the coun FOR SALE
disease is the Increase.
;j Miami's ratio per on 100,000 pop. try. tora fine high school team down, $67 per month.. ,, $10,800 t total price.

ulation last August was the highest 'q face Miami High or Edison in Duplex Corner 'h...-...1.. .....
.helr l annual bowl not
In the nation. This year 159 game
I cases of syphilis have already ""i')lect the Carver High Hornets 1210 N.W. 57th St. 1071 N.W. 771 :STREET
i Powell has real good
been reported, one less than last raz a
I year's total of 160. Of these 112 cam, champs of their confer. Open Sun. 3.5 p.m. $600,down, $70 per month. Carporte; partly furnish.
j r- I are males and 47. females, 127 nce and winners of 16 straight
II I ed, stove, refrigerator,. tile roof, hardwood floors.
'A like this should
were adults and 31 teenagers. games. game :1430 NW 59th St.
,. Here is the bad part. 129 were eally draw Well, how about it? ....-.fop-.. .
Negroes and 30 were whites. Let's talk: it up. :2161 NW 59th St.

1129 N.W. 77th! STREET
The latest Public Health Ser William Drown and .associates, 1426 NW 58th Ter. '
; vice bulletin gives New Orleans local gardeners, volunteeredtheir Custom; built, J Jarge Fla..room. $400 down. No closing .
the highest number; of cases. services this week and man 1232 NW 55th St. cost, extra lot on EZ terms.
icured the grounds of the Christian I
The Rev. Dr. C. Kilmer .... ....
Episcopal Hospital as a community 3 ,bedroom 2 baths, garage, .; ---
prleet in New York has service. room
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