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 21, 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
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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: UF00028321:00288

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Heartbroken'' and disappointed of j5852 NW 12th ave., an hour Knight told police" that he and v. him, Knight secured a .22 nary Bearing.
over the breakup of their rela- after the shooting 'and. chargedhim Mrs. Burrows had been .
tionship, living rifle, went to Mrs. Burrowl''home Mrs, Burrows Is survived by
a 38.year.old
Miami '
first degreemurder in together for some time prior to about 9 o'clock Saturday thres sinters, 2tfesdajUBs Qlnnle .
man last Saturday night, shot the kl.lIng of Mrs. :
Bonnie Maq the Incident.. Mm. Burrows and
night .
following another
are Harris, Wihie! ad
and killed: hi n 'I.
com Durrows of 1261 NW 69th St. broke off their relationship and .gument, shot and killed her. Louise Ingr
mon-law wife according to the The shooting occurred. at Mrs.. told Knight that ahe did not Richard InServices tI
Homicide' Bureau of the Miami Burrow's apartment ,' V V '. want to' see him any more. Knight left the home, but was / I tI
Police Department J \ 'iv arrested by police. He is now AlllVTe held Satuft I
\ .. Mrs. Burrows waS' dead"on'.arl. Disappointed' over the turn of being held pending a combined at 3.30t'st : p 1, t New hope Ba 1
arrested Frazier Knight rival at> Jackson Hospital 1] events, which he admitted hurt- coroner's inquest and prelimi Chur/h y'nfacthe direction r
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21, 1961 16 PAGES 10 CENTS

I. Miamian Heads Natl Baptists v "-rn 8 Die in Georgia i

Young People's Department

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Of great Interest to all of tion of Mrs L. E, Thomas to the 1l
I Florida and the lower East national presidency of the Junior n;

Coast in particular is the elee.I Matrons, Young People's Departnunt In ,a bus-truck collision Tuesday .

of the Womans Convention 'POLICEOFFICERS night in east central Geor

';;1rcj Auxiliary to the National gin eight persons were kHled-
BaptLt Convention U, S. seven Instantly, and one on ar

-A:", Incl' : f Mt ,t local police officers were rival at an Augusta Hospital.

: This Is the first time in the a signally honored on Tuesday Seven others were Injured critically -
56th year history of this department ? 4e morning for distinguished and ,
that Florida has had ,
time services membersthe
the honor of having a president. ong an The crash occurred between
Mrs. Thomas L: active In district Miami Police Department. ,
and state work) of the Gen. The officers were presented ser Burnett and Norwood as the \'

oral Baptist Convention and i vice pIns at a special ceremonyat bUts was returning about 30 cotton '! I
assumes her dulled as National I : n l1 r .1
the Bayfront Park Auditorium pickers home from work
prer ident with a wealth of experience I
and capability. She is a I .. .. .
I Calvin
Goolsby driver of the
m''' mber of St. John Baptist ,
Miss! Helen Williams one ofAmerica's Officer Ernest Hayes was presented .
3 1 1I 1t church, Rev T. Johnson, pastor; most successful models a 15.year pin and certifi truck, was listed in fair condi
chairman of the T. B. committee will be the star attraction at cate. Officers Orange Hayes, tion. Apparently the truck be
Dade County TuberculosisAssociation Fashlonetta this year. Miss Williams John Westmoreland and Victor j
; Baslleua of the local Butler : longed to Bowman Transfer Co.,
( who hafts from Riverton were each presented 10-
.. a chapter .o( Zeta Phi Beta Soror.itr'andan If?, J., is widely known in the year pins and certificates. Birmingham, Ala,
i.1 active community, organizational States and Abroad for her beau. .
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ami church work ty and grace. She has modeled
er. for the word: renowned salonsof

Sha is the wife of Municipal Dior and Jean Desses whichis
Judge L. E Thomas and motherof In Itself the height of accompli I{ Ii
I MRS. L. E. THOMAS -I two children.. hment in the world of fashion
modeling.Plan V f
4n e
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now to /upond' an evening
of charm and gaiety with the Alpha
: Kappa Alpha Sorors at Bay
front Auditorium on Friday,
i Nov 3 at 8 p.m, ,

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$26,000 SEIZED IN


Vici squad agents seized J26,
7741-1 Thursday when they raid
od a "counting house" at 164,2
NW 19th st. }
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V The loot was In currency and i1 : ',
silver. Numbers tickets and the itit f }

w., records of 4G/) "writers" were I
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k '1180 stizedMetro I

__ J.: V police are checking out ? 'P VYr r I''I'
k onetime numbers boss Howard r '

.. Pinder as the possible owner + Itj
Zeta Amicae of Miami, under -- ---- Pictured are the Oblate Sistersof i
the dynamic and capable leader Providence They are the old. 11 I
ship of Mrs. Edward Braynon est community of Negro womenin ,- )
has the distinction of being; the I HIGH SCHOOL BOY KILLS GIRL the world, having been founded .
first organization of Us kind to in Baltimore In 1829,
Rive a full year scholarship to ft- Mother Augustus, Sisters M.
deserving student at the Junior ZeUs and M Thomnalne trach at
College 'In MiamL Tennyson Star Beard, 14, fireda I Hospital, hall awaiting charges Isle parents St. Francis Xavier School.
Pictured is Sheila Hamilton 38 calibre pistol at another complained that he repeatedly 16th Terr and 4th ave. Mother f
student in the crowded hallwayat Arrested about five blocks: ran away from home,
recipient of the scholarship anda Mary of Nazareth, Sliter Homana,
few members of this affiliate Morey Junior High School in from the school. Beard said, "I and was placed on probation a Sitter Concetta and Sister Clarice ,

group to the Zeta Phi Beta So- Denver Colo., Monday mf'hate," him Patrolman lIe was Steve talking Snyder about year ago. teach at Holy Redeemer Catho. ))1
lie School, 71st St. and 13th
rorlty. William F. Hachmelster. 15, said he fired a warning shot!! The victims! are white. BeardIs .
Seated: Mlle Amy McKenzie, was hit in the stomach by the when Beard drew the gun. a Negro. Av*.
The exclusive aim of the Sisters .
Mrs Mary Brown, :Miss Hamil bullet which
and hit
ton' Mrs Braynon Mrs. It o s e 14-year,0'd Deborah F. Hum The boy dropped the weapon Michael flmlth, 14, a friendof is teaching of children. j
Portler. and admitted shooting Hach Hachmolster, said Beard bad They are proud of their Missions i J
Standing: Mesdames Jame II. in phrey the, head.an innocent She died a bystander half hour, melster Snyder said Asked whyh threatened him and Hacbmeistsr In nearly 30 state in the U. S, Ito "
Drayton, J. L. Sheppard Rufus later. ? shot the girl, he replied: during the past week. The entire community Is happy
Wooten, Cliff Baker Willie Mae have the Sisters in our midst
Heastie Daniel Johnson and Hachemelster was in critical "I didn't know I shot no girl. Smith said "I bad been date and wish for them a very sue i., 1
Edward Shumake. condition. at Denver General Beard was placed in Juvenile ing a girl that Beard liked" cessful school year.-photo by ,
Johnson of Miami .l,..' ,,1):
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I Tallahassee Gives in ..toAirport.; Deseareuation "V VWill

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Not Appeal In compliance with the order of leased restaurant, waiting be removed Negroes have eaten there unmo II. '

Federal Judge d. Harold Cars- rooms and rest rooms at the air The case was brought by the listed : i
Order well. .I
Court I NAACP in behalf of three Negro Father Theodore Gibson of l
In a meeting of the city commissioners port.Under
Tallahassee said on Thursday on Wednesday, It i the court rule, signs ministers who claimed they Miami was one of the plalntirsa:

it would desegregate public fa. was decided not to appeal the I designating separate restroom were denied service In the res and 0. E. Graves was their at,*

cllltiea at the Municipal Airport order banning segregation of for whites and Negroes must .also taurant. :Since f. thejjcae, was filed ,torney. .f ,

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. Homecoming Queen,

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a ;'1I1 ELECTION 18 over and something to offer the people of
the pcop'e of this great city have Miami, In the way of entertainment .
.irr.de: the major decision to keep that we would not get
:fetro. Now that the Metro government otherwise. There are others In
: Is /sure of Itself, let's our town who bring occasional
:hope and pray that some day talent In for us, but Clyde is a'
soon there will be some decent weekly affair, and he tries so Lt'S
Jobs Open to Negroes. We have hard to bring whom we want to
many qualified men and women see and hear. Lice! this week I j 1L(11ItfA
with good backgrounds who only end, the Glass is presenting -
heed a chance to ,prove that theyMn Mary Ann Fisher (a Ray Charles SHIRLEY HARRIS JO-ANN ItAKRW
do these jobs as anyone else. Discovery). This star has one of onAlIA Attendant
Attendant The Queen
Every time pick up a newspap. the most exciting voices you
cr and look at the "help want. have ever heard and I believe .. --- ----- T I
ed" ads, what is offered the Negro she will thrill you to no end. r .
Booker The and attendants
is "colored porter with driv And, by the way, aa a reminder Pictured here are the queen .,
Misses Graham' and Harris
er's llcnve." That is two Jobs in from the Glass at all times, T. Washington High School Harris
.me for which he gets $35 aweefc besure you have your ID card. Alumni Association's Homecoming will ride atop the alumni
if he's lucky. Another You never can tell when you'llneed Y IHi Queen. attendants and majorette float which will bring up the
'p'.a.te we shine is in the "kitchen it.TWO. I +u who will reign over the rear of the spectacle
help"' department and "maid to t 5F homecoming activities on next The Maroon Devils of Roosevelt

live on," and the like. OK, so OF THE nicest people I Thursday, Oct. 26. High School, West Palm
Metro Is hre to stay and it's have had the pleasure of meet Beach, will be the Tornadoes'
about time we had some bus ing are Connie Farmer and his The majorette, Miss White. opponents in their game that
drivers, inspectors of "anything", love'y wife, who make the Famous head, will lead the giant parade night at Miami Stadium. Game
meter readers, county chauffeurs Corner a pleasant place to which will begin at 6:30: that afternoon time is 8:'16 p.m. Following the
communications clerks, visit Since Connie and his wife In front of the school, game the football dance will be
cashiers and many, many other have* been at Baker's, they have pass through the principal held at the BTW gym.-Photos
good jobs., Let's hope that Metro tried everything possible to ,\ '".- streets and end at the school. Johnson of Miami.CareCraft' .
Will show its gratitude to the make all of their customers feel i
many thousands of Negroes who at home :- '- : r : ::
believed in and supported Metro

School for Worse's;
PRETTY GIRL of the Week: our folk are complaining about s
Glenn Holmes t Pretty Boot the White and Colored signs at
the Week: Pull Harris the Orange Bowl Seems It's TEN WEEKS COURSE
Man About Town:: Frank Dubois, about time these came down.
Maybe Charlie Hadley will get w, w ENROLL NOW
SOMEBODY ASKED me, them removed I've been
"How come you always write told that the show at the Hampton LEARN BEDSIDE!: NURSING AND INFANT CARE
about the Glass?" Well, it's like House is just great. Well zr,3i
this: First Clyde Klllens is a big natch! They've got Napoleon
advertiser in our Miami Times. Reed, and a whole cast of good Have a Lifetime ProfessionFR
Secondly; I feel that he has entertainers Dottie and

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Mop Dudley are at Bill Rivers' STAR MEAT MARKET
Rockland Palace. I tagged Dot i I
tie "The Foot" because to hear
A y t her play the organ is something
Ire, but to watch her foot Inaction
1520 N.W. 62nd Street
makes you wonder if it's .
possible for a person to have so
much talent in a foot. I don't 0
want 'yall to forget about Ken THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
1, ra .dNdMh neth Williams- ; who la runningfor
a seat on the City Commls
slon come next election. Keep i
him In mind.

That's It for this week. Till the Fresh Meat-Low Prices
next one live life every golden
minute of it. Peace!


X-rays will be availableat FINANCIAL I
the following locations this
week for all Dade County residents .
18 years of age and over. RESPONSIBILITY ACT .

The Florida State Board of A MUST IN FLORIDA ,
Unit 3 will be located
Thursday and Friday, Oct. 19 '
and 20th at Orandway Discount :
Center, 1100 NW 54th St. with FOREMOSTINSURANCE j
hours 1 to 4 p.m. and 5 to 8 p.m. .
This concludes the 1961 schedule
for the Florida. State Board
of Health Unit No. 3.


2210: N. W. 62nd St.

Nov. 30B OX 6-2280..


-- AUDITORIUM Has all forms of insurance

Dr Benjamin B. Mays, president ten American Intellects. He is I
of Morehouse College Atlanta an advisor to President Ken Including

will appear in Ft. Laudrdale nedy's Freedom Core. ................................NNN..NN I 1
at the Dlllard High Assigned Risk PolicyLOW
I Ho Ls an authority on race relations
School auditorium on Nov. 5, at and has written many AKA SORORITY
3 He will be the principal DOWN PAYMENTGood
p.m. books and chapters in books on PRESENTSFASHIONETTA:
speaker for the annual "Achieve the subject as well as countless Bad No Credit?
ment Week" program being articles.
sponsored by the local chapterof LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
the Omega Psi Phi fraternity. He received his master of arts
Mays is the national chair. degree and Ph.D. from the University "A Tapestry of COME IN TODAY! TOMORROW MAY BE
man of the membership commit. of Chicago in 1935. Since I TOO LATE
tee of the National Association that time he haa had many hon. Fall Fashions"Bayfront
for the Advancement of Colored orary degrees conferred upon We are prepared to finance you! I IA"
People an internationally known 'him by some of the country's Park Auditorium
lecturer, educator, religious leading colleges and universities.Dr. .
leader and author. He la consIdered Mays will speak from the Friday Nov. 3rd -- -
by many Intellectual authorities theme "New Dimensions For De ,
as being among the top mocracy." __ l It has been proven Advertising pays off!


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3 Railroads Order Integration t SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1961 PAGE 3

General Robert P, Kennedy and 4I i I II

the announced Rev Martin Monday Luther night King that NEW I CLASSIC PARADE AND FLOATSThe I
three )naJor railroads have or-
dered racial desegregation of all annual Orange Dlosrom ness or other group, who's float
their' facilities In the South.. ClaMlc Festival and celebration I or unit ha not been confirmedby
will be held this year on Saturday Nov. 18 will not be permitted
The railroads are the Illinois BUILT Dec. 0. The Florida A and to enter the parade. This rule
Central, Southern, and Louis ON 20 ST. M IlatUers and an outstanding will be strictly enforced and will
ville and iNashrtlle. opponent, selected on the basisof not be relaxed for anyone.
King had held conferences Its record, will be featured In All float must be attractively
with both President Kennedy Court Clears mortar Hospital the football game that Saturday decorated( In a first class mAn.
and the attorney general. School Board officials main night at Miami's Orange Bowl. ner and must represent a worthwhile
$365,000 TractThe talned there was an urgent need addition to the parade, In
Robert Kennedy also announced for the school to relieve overcrowded CLASSIC PARADE AT 12:30 order to be.. entered In., the pa.
that two Southern airports way was cleared last classrooms!! In other Tho giant! classic parade will rado. Any float not meeting the
at Columbus, Ga., and Raleigh, week tq ease the overcrowded schools and that the NW 20th be held that afternoon at 13:30. minimum standard, In decoration
Durham, N.C. have voluntar. classroom situation at Dunbar, St. acreage was the only suitable The parade this year Is expectedto and attractiveness will not be
ily desegregated their terminals.The Phyllis Wheatley and Douglas property in that neighbor be the greatest In the history permitted to enter the i arade.All .
attorney general said the E'ementary schools when the hood. of the event interested persons are urged -
three railroads deserve great School Board won the right to The land is a large strip on All organizations, schools, bus. to kindly take note of thin no.
credit for instructing their ra. condemn the nine.acre tract of the south side of NW 20th St. finesses and all other groups that tire and govern themselves "C'cOl'tlrnA'Jy.
.ployes to desegregate Southern land on NW 20th St. for a new. between 7th and 10th avea. would like to enter floats or other Further Information
terminals.The school. The Baldwin complaint w a I units In the parade, most re. may be obtained from the Chief
Circuit Judge Hal P. Deckle brought to stop the School calve official permission, and Parade }Marshall
statement was to have ruled for the board in a com. Board from going ahead with have their float or unit confirmed Signed t
beeif Issued Tuesday after con plaint filed by owners of the condemnation proceedings on the << by the Chief Parade Marshall, Elliott J. Pieze
firmation that the plan had gone property who contended school} property Elliott J. Piece, at the downtown Chief Parade Marshal
Into effect In 10 Southern states officials abused their discretionin office of the }Miami Times, 1112 Orange IlloMomCliuwic
Louisiana, Mississippi, Ala. selecting the site for a school. Parent-Teacher NW 3rd A\'e., FH .2230 not Parade
bama, Georgia, Florida, North Protesting the condemnationwas later than Saturday, Nov. 18. 1112 NW 3rd Ave.
Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee a group known as' the Bald Conference Day Any organization,, school, busl- N18
Kentucky win heirs.
and Virginia.
October 27 is Parent-Teacher
King said tne Their attorneys argued in Conference Day in Dade County. '
action involv lengthy hearings ,that the Alpha 'Phi Alpha
acreage *
ing the railroad terminate will The administration and facultyof Register Your
was in
apply to waiting rooms, restau that was heavily an Industrialarea traveUdand all the public schools Invite MeetsBeta Talented Child
rants, eating accommodations the parents to visit the school
wag adjacent to rail.
abd all other facilities. I road crossings and Jackson Me. between the hours of 8:80 Beta Lambda Chapter of Music, Dance or Art
and :330; p.m. This is an a.m'j
Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity held
unity, for parents to confer Fine Arts Conservatory
meeting at the homeof
teachers concerning their ,child's Its Carver YMCA
Bro. Dr Nathaniel Colston on
Siler TKO' Gillatt in I welfare. Oct. 14, OX 6-0231

The meeting progressed as
folows: : The Education For
'Citizenship Week will be held
Sir John Main Bout May 6 through May 11, 1962. AKA SORORITY

.. Two schools have given us l'nrc.'UNTSFASHIONETTA
speaking dates North Dade, May
Ily STANLEY SWEETING 9 and Mays, May 10.
What was scheduled to be an President James Mathews was
8-round main attraction endedin I Tea Planned elected to represent the chapterat "A Tapestry of

1:38 of the sixth, when young On Sunday, Oct. 1, the Epls. I the Regional Meeting in At-
Herb Slier, 194, Miami, belted copal Churchwomen of ChristChurch lanta Oct. 28 and 29, 1962, Fall Fashions"

out a win over his hometowner, held their regular monthly Bros, Fletcher Paschal and
William Gillatt: 217, in a heavy, meeting and discussed and Warren Welters were asked to Bayfront Park Auditorium
weight slugfest In the Sir John made plans for their- Fall and complete plans on the Thanks-
Arena Monday night. Winter activities First on the Riving party for the Alpha wives. I Friday Nov. 3rd
While neither tighter can be agenda will be their Fall Musical ,
This affair will be given at the I
classified as astronauts, both Tea at the home of Mr. and STRAIGHTENYOUR beautiful Hampton Hou0e.
gladators kept the 400. odd cus.tomers Mrs. Walter Davis 3540 0 a k I
amused with-their unorthodox Ave., on Oct. 29. Thus will be HAIRat
effort of air-punching. It followed by a "Night of Fun" In -
waen't long, however, before the November, the exact date to be
more experienced Siler caught up announced later. The regular HOME in one quick,
with the gtant-sized Gillatt, business was conducted and Interesting EASY APPLICATIONYou
landing jarring punches to his ideas and helpful sug. A
head a promising note for a gestlons were advanced and of. have natural-looking
can -
the fered by thoee present.
trip to
straight hair the safe, easy
Best fight of the evening saw Mrs. Evelyn McKenzie I is
Do it
two fast Latins, Emil Garcia, president, Theodore R. Gibson, SILKY STRATE way.
rector. yourself at home and save time ROOTIN'TOOrIN'
120 and Armilo Acevedo, 124
fight to a sizzling semi-final and money. The asyto-follow
draw. Acevedo, the head-hunter Mars Hill to Present directions assure professional*
like results. Your hair stays
pecked out a rat-a-tat-tat on Oar.
cia's flanned-colored beak, while Musical TeaThe straight and easy-to-manage for /-f9K

Garcia, the body-snatcher, work. brotherhood of the newly month. will not go back
ed overtime on Acevedo's lithe built Mars Hill Christian wen when wet.
and lilting midriff.
WeakeningIn Church, 2466 NW 68th St. of FOR MINI Regular' Strength for short,
the latter rounds of an appointed which Elders W, T, Stricklandand coins hair
six, Acevedo threw
C. W, Preston are ministers, FOR WOMIN and Chfltfrtni GenUs
away an early to the "But
cher's" continued chop'chop to will have their first gospel musical 8lr.n0Ui for long,tine hair. iTT
the body.In program on this fourth Sunday WINEDRINK
the main preliminary Orvill night, Oct. 22 at the church. pw8T
Buckner, 141, TKO'd Ronnie Many fine local groups will ap.
Bridges, 146, in the second of a I pear, and the public is invltted tey
scheduled four. to attend.
In other prelim Dick Jospl- There is no admission. The

sel, 138, of the Golden West, program begins at 8 p.m.
won an unanimous judge's decision Bros, Bryant Linda, president; {4 error }.,..
over William Dutler, 141 Altons- Bryant, secretary; Elder
the Dlmlnl Bombshell, In four W. T. Strickland, pastor; ElderC.

round. And Freddie Baldwin, W. Preston, pastor. M ........,....,..............
134 earned the opener's nod
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1 VirnKlli'Mt 01 riur, t-olor or creod. his human And legal rlchts. Hating iii" __,.,._<.,,,,,,,,,.,,,,_..__..._.'__, ,,'_s._," ,_,>yo __ appreciate i day ot' evening.
"no 'ills" r"M?' >I., I he' firm Nti)% .i that all) men ere hurt a* IOI.IZ.* anyone Is held a banquet given by the Bahamas of the press. attending the 3rd phone ttL 4&b260.
1o.A('k. Development Board for annual convention bf the Inter*
visiting members of the Inter- American Travel Agents Society -
American Travel Agents Societyat at the British Colonial Hotelin
METRO WINSIn the British Colonial Hotel in Nassau enjoy a chat with Stafford
Tuesday's election 200,953 Dade County voters .Na'sau! are: Charles North ti. Sands (center). chairman ]
North Travel Bureau, Miami, and I of the Bahamas Develop
'went to ,the polls and 'cast votes for and against our Metro treasurer of the IT1A3: ; Cyril I ment Board. Left to right are ii
politan government. Of this number 104,573 voted :- Richardson, member of the Ba i William C. Page Pittsburgh
' (No) against an amendment /that would have put hamas Development Board; V. E. Courier; Mrs. Oerri Major, Jet
:Metro out of business. Favoring the amendment the (Yes) Chenea, general sales managerof and Ebony Magazines, New I
the Board in Miami; Basil York; Mr. Sands; H. E. S.
'vote was 96,380, a difference( of 8,193. McKinney, member of the BDB Reeves, Miami Times' rMaml.
; advisory committee, and Hilton Fla, and BUrt E. Jackson, Go
County Manager Irving McNayr and Metro sup. O HIV, president of Internatlon- Magazine, Washington, b. C. X3r'
porters were pleased with the results. Says Mr. McNayr: '!1 al Vacation Service; New York -- -- rid.
"The closeness of the vote means that Metro must continue (t and vice president 1TAS

the hard-sell ,approach centralized government"Now t Baptist CouncilTo ExtravaganzaNov.Broadway i1r

we must all pull together doing our utmost to Meet
render the services that the people expect'" ,30
The Greater Miami Baptist '
Former Commissioner John McLeod, leader of the Council will hold its weekly
amendment forces against Metro, said the fight has' just meeting next Wednesday, Oct. : AUDITORIUM r Advertise It Pays!
begun ; the people are behind bringing the governmentback 25. The meeting is scheduled to
begin 11 a.m. ,
to the
I One of the main features usually -
While Metro has won our commissioners will certainly I is the Sunday School lesson' FOOTBALL! FOOTBALL!
note 96,380 voters ,are dissatisfied with some of the which will be thoroughly discussed .-

doings of Metro and will, no doubt, seek to improve We urge all members of the
North Dade Thunderbirds
them. Council to be on time, and In''
attendance.Rev. I
The Miami Times supported Metro.. We think it's the Ernest Hutcheson Jr., VB--,

beat form of government for Miami, and we predict this Interim Rev. Thedford secretary Johnson, Northwestern Senior High Bulls
government will become more popular as it gets older. president

Miami's City Commission on Wednesday, passed a ...", ,, Sat. Oct. 28th 8:15: p.m.
resolution calling upon the Metro Commission to broaden ,

the base of ithe commitee appointed to study the Metro For SaleFive MIAMI STADIUM
charter for possible amendments.
room home, conveniently
Mayor Robert King High, sponsor of the resolution, located in the downtown area at FEATURING
said the closeness of Tuesday's election indicated that a 1653 NW 6th Avo. Completely NORTHWESTERN 110 PIECE MARCHING BAND
great many Dade voters want a "calm objective study of fenced for privacy.' Reasonably
priced Terms can be arranged -
the charter with, responsible purchasers to "
Lhat monthly ,payments will be Colorful Pre-Game Show \: "' '.
The Federal less than rent. Phone Mr: Walker I .
government anpropriated $1,250- :
owner. 'at :TU 8.4685. NORTH'tf ADE 100 PIECE MARCHNG BAND .
000 for the education of Cuban'refugee n children and N11Custom '

adults and additional funds have ':Tjeen? j>rom sed. The '1 .!III I n" ..- .;Spectacular Half-Time Show '
money comes from the President Kennedy's contingency' STUDENTS
fund. More Man 11,000 adults students and 10,000 child fi $1.00'GATES

ren are enrolled in our schools. 11 OPKX AT 7:00 P.M.

a l Big Parade Down 15th Ave at 6 p.m.
At Ft. Lauderdale Sheriff Allen Mitchell: has been I

:shaking un his, j'p epartmert. On Wednesday the Sheriff Eii- --- -, too_ ... -
-discharged 11 members of his force Including four criminal : ,

' investigators.. It's just a reorganization,,'' said, I
reulting from a 10-month study of the departmnet. But Built Duplex BUY A BOMETODAY !!
coming after Grand Jury investigation some folk believe $600 downNo
(the probe into gambling brought about the firing.of
the eleven. t'r' -,., closing costs
t outsanding, duplex, tile SEE THESE SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

The Diocesan Convention of ,the Episcopal Church roof, oak floors South of

holds a special meeting in St. Luke's Cathedral on 54th St. This must be seen HOMES/

Thursday Friday for //the purpose of electing two Suf- to appreciate. .
fragan Bishops to assist the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louittlt D. 1 ,.. 4
\ .:Move right in .- No
Open House Sunday qualifying
D., Bishop of the Diocese of South Florida
2227 Forest Street 1. 1754 :NW 76th Terr. down-$20
!&3SeS:S&S>? ; ; ;; ::;Pa ;' West Hollywood, Fla. $175 week

PROFESSIONALSDOCTORS $495 down $75 Mo. 2. 3034 NW 56th St. $150 down-$22 week

I Custom built, 3 bedroom 3. 2981 NW 69th St. $395 down-$86 month
CBS. All tile features, oak
DENTISTS LAWYERS floors. What a deal. 4. 3156 NW 56th St. $395 down-$25 week

PLEASE NOTE 5. 1489 NW 42nd St.
t ''South of 54th St. $395 down-$79 month

i i 1221 N.W. 50th Street $395 down $81 Mo. e e ,eWe -

+ Deluxe, CBS building.. Opposite Manor Park., No qualifying, no closing ha.ve over 400 others.
i+ Centrally located, air conditioned heat and cool costs. Very nice, 2 bed. We are also
+ 2,100 square feet of usable ,space, exclusive of car- room with Florida room on We open Saturday and Sundayl I :
! porte and porches. Ideally situated for combination beautiful lot. Move in to arrange all financing ",

l residence or office for professionals. day. Deal with the largest real estate office in Liberty City'Inc.

We will help you with your '

1 'EDISON REALTY \: home. Call or visit us. I I I' .

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The Northwestern Bulls defeated ,
trI'iy'I'IYYYYVY Lincoln High of, Riviera
Beach, ,12-0 Saturday night in

North Dade Wallops HO.USEFiiR '.fALE'

'.._ ,By B. ARMBRISTER r
: Carver, Delray, 266The .. ... ..'
-s-;.- -_ - -_- -. ...-. ."-'#,._."_...,....--. "'.. ....--... ., North Dade High School '> $250 Dodwn 'rJ '
KATTLEKS PACING LAST \ I'I I Thunderblrds of Opa Locka defeated
RICASON'$ RECORD to make mince meat of Me. the grlddera of Carver of ; $70 A MONTH T f "
Dclray Beach 26-6 Saturday Afternoon j jI
Neely. but yet his manager is
FAMU's Rattlers, the nation's playing it safe and Is baying a at the North Dade Field. I 3101 NW ,60thtS'1'REET
top scoring aggregation last sea million do'lar return bout guar 'N'NVAL .
son, are off to a repeat season antee in 90 days in event he DAY BLUE AND WHITE I $6,900 total price. Real value. '2'.,j bedroom, furnished I II
once more. shoud: falter in hi* attempt to I home. 'Nice cotter lot. '
Humiliating Morris Drown retain his title.EXCELSIOR The occasion was the annual
52-0 In full: view of a record. b'ue and 'white day at North ';Open Sunday 1-5 p.m:
breaking crowd of over 10,000 IN; TRIANGE TIE Dade, and charming Betty Jane y;
they hiked their average points The Excelsior: bowling league Percell, a 7th grader, was | S | ._.. ._.- .
scored a fraction better than the came up with a three.way tie for crowned "Miss Blue and White"
52 points per game they used in first place last week, when the for the day. Her attendants were 1 $350 Down
striking down the opposition strong Independents team and Beverly Y. Edwards und Shirley
last season. i the high flying'' Eastern Airlines S. Mllllgan. $50 A MONTH
We are proud to believe that GrOlden Falcons surged to the The Thunderblrds scored early 3075 NW 45th STREET
this FAMU team is not in re. top to share the coveted spot in the opening period on a 9-
allty a team at all, but a well with Wilson Rental Agency, I yard pas from QB David Wrightto $4,500 total price. 3 bedroom house in very good
precisloned machine, that Ls op end Bill Evans ending a 66.
erated: by a master of the art, Team standings: yard drlvThe try for point condition, ready to move into. Stove and refrigerator
Ja'ce! Galther, and his most able 1. Wilson Rental 9-6 'was no good. Open Sunday 1-5
assistants.The 2. The Independents 9-6 Dade increased Its lead twicein p.m.

Rattlers have always been 3. E. At L. Falcons' : 9-6 the second stanza on a lyd.p.unge .. --- .'.--...
the main-stay for Florida to 4. Hagan and.,Fonda 8\4 -5% over center by halfback
take its share of honors, when 5. American'(, .urn. TV 8-7 Leonard Phillips and an -yard Automobile liability insurance as low AS $40.90 for
good football teams are up for 6. New Realty. 7-8 pass from Dwight to Phillips. Another
the spotlight. 7. Olympics 7-8 pass Dwight to fullbackT. six months to careful driver.Goodman's .
Year after year they have been 8. 12th Frame III Hatters' 6-9 C. Terry added the point after .
consistenly good which In 9. St. Clair's Cafeteria 6-:9 the latter touchodwn.
turn Is good for the state. 10. Hot Shoppe 5%-9% The Thunderbirds scored againin Realty
As if to serve as a reminder the third period on another
where the best footballers hall High individual game: Eddie pass Dwight to Evans which ESTATE AND INSURANCE
Thorps 234"Wlllitt: Laaler 233
from, Galloping: Galimore of the ; was good for 10 yards and a TD,
Chicago Bears, formerly of the Smith 226. and the came Evans booted the 2688 NW 62nd Street OX 1-0380

Rattlers, were snatching pig. Hlh individual 3-game: Er. PAT
skins and headlines simultaneously nest Hays 601; Clyde Young, Carver's lone score came In _NItiI..iSitiA
as the Dears outmaneuvered 597; John Marshall 592 the opening period on a 45-yard
the Colts 24.10. pass from. Sam Kendrlcks to end
LEADERS WITH 170 UPTed Jimmy AUE'n. It has been proven Advertising pays off!

.MICHIGAN' RATED NO. 1 Potter 179 .. ... .. .. .
Michigan State went to the top Gary James 174<< -- -- --- -----
of the football totem pole with John Marshall) 177
its decisive defeat of Michigan I James Mitchum 173J.
28.0. Michigan, by so doing, has L. Edwards 4 172
displaced Ole Miss and made the Druce McCord 172
road much harder to travel for James Terry 170 I FIRST TIME OFFERED !
Notre Dame, who is fighting ona Cyril Miller 170
comeback trail for. its preeminence .

in football Dillard Runs by BTW
11'. 8. CHECKS
The 1961( World Series mellon
The Dillard High Panthers of'
was worth $7,289 to each of the
Ft. Lauderdale downed the BTW
33 Yanks who received full
Tornadoes 12-0 Friday night In
shares; the losing Cincinnati
Reds' 0-man squad received Ft. Lauderdale. <.'

smallest$5,356 per take man.the This Yanks was received the Hornets 40, -- SPECIAL LOW PRICE! SPECIAL OFFER!

in a winning role since they
defeated the Cubs in 1952.N. .
eoO $ 'IfiOO No
L. EXPANSION+ The rampaging Carver Hornets $
PROGRESSING defeated the Maroon Devils of -
The National League; Is busying West Palm Beach 40.12 Friday ammP DOWN */ MONTH Interest
itself to give a big, receptionto I night in WPD .
the two new teams that are en -
tering its fo'd next season. Houston Mays Rams Lincoln
and New York are the home
towns of the teams respectively' Park 33.0
This major league type ball will ACRES of Sunny Fk
be new to Houston, but to New The Maya High Hams crushedthe
York, another National league game but badly outclassed
wi.l be returning home. This grldders of Lincoln; Park Academy
!ime under new auspices with of Ft. Pierce 33.0 Friday
new actors. Should. prove inter night In Homestead.
estlng to watch. FULL PRICE
Eddie Machen superbly out All Corner Tracts
classed Brian London and scored -
a TKO in the 5th round London (A. also offered in the New and Herald)
badly cut, wa unable to
answer the sixth round. This
gives Machen another step up No Taxes Free Deed 30-day Money Back
the ladder to the heavyweight
championship bout Guarantee

McNEELY PATTERSON SIGN AND mm Florida is Booming Buy Now

Neely Floyd made Patterson clear and to the Tom world Me- Ski iu.Nor.3v Within 50 Miles of Miami's Growth Area

that there will be a heavyweight
championship tight In Toronto, Join the 10,000 who have already bought in Famous
Dec. 4. They signed a contra'cfagreeing
to this. match. rf&tSfa Fabulous Collier County. Within 3 miles: of Tamiami
Patterson Is odds-on favorite


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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Births at Christian oo-ooaoCloo NEED MONEY

$25 to $600

aranc racuat: c Call PL 8-3653
QtQ"Q: ;nucrantiLac; ; for SeptemberEleanor

Between The Lines. > Joan Edwards, 2161 Dorothy Gatlln, 10500 SW 6105 N.W. 7th Are.Sometimes .

NW 70th St., girl. 170th St., boy. ooo oo oc
By GORDON HANCOCK for ANPOur Emma Dean Wright, 715 NW I Edna Johnson, 6221 NW 21st

.___ _....._...- "C .........J""" """' '''''' ).ooof'1..J 1st St., Dania, boy Ave., girl.
Marie DeGraff, 5120 NW 2nd Ann Pond, 2260 ,NW 62nd St.,
. International Appeasement ,PolicyThe I. Ave., boy, : girl. BABY NEEDS A
Carrie Oliver, 1410 NW 1st Lizzie Lee Steward, 1785 NW'

the 87th ious living with its waving Ave., boy. 55th St., boy.Quarterman. LAXATIVE, TOO
legislation of Doris Dean, 826 5th St., boy Beverly, V14379
was too profuse, and palms and Its humming birds, 22nd Ave., girl. V.r .Ye!' 60 Jean, mothers have re.llod .
Congress and its dreamy lullabies at even. Bernice Sellers, 2525 NW 47th ..i gentle-BABY EASE."PIe.
Errneral in its nature. One could Ing. And when the Negroes, four St., boy Lalla Williams, 2026 NW 3rd ant tasting on easy to.liYe iqui yel"
easily surmise that cause of civ. million of them, were freed, the Arthurine Shepard, 1742 NW Ave., girl.Bernice. 'abl..pure BABY EASE" bring
1 rights was thrown for a loss. South still had In the Negro a 4th Ct., girl. Tucker, 16230 NW comfort without binding. "BABY
which reservoir of cheap labor ,Retha Mae McKenzie, 2303 18th Ave boy. EASE" does not contain opiates or
The summary way in NW 71st Lane, girl. Edwina Prime, 141 Fla., Ave., luat es. Ask Your druggist
the feeble measures to curb the The' Negro has had to do 0.111 Lillie Mae Nelson, 910 NW boy. strong ipeeUl hah laxative,

filibuster was dismissed else Indicatesas does the of the South's heavyi work, build I 2nd Ct., girl.Marjorie i Georgia Mae Jones, 329 NW 'BABY EASE/'
perhaps nothing its railroads and for the most Mitchell, 601 NW 1st 8th St., girl.
toward the
attitude of Congress part its highways and at the Ct., girl. I
Lutha Mae Sumpter,
vital matter of the liberation of lowest\; wages.The- nation has Lula Mae Martin, 6815 NW 60th Ave., girl. SViI JOIN THE NAACP!
Negroes in thelq struggle against looked on but appeased the Old 7th Ct., boy.
second class citizenship. It means South by letting It have its way Vera Canty, 1361 NW 61st St., I
the fight is far from won. with Negroes and the Old South's girl.

way was the way of hard labor Bernice Bryant, 4800 SW
utterly reject
While the Negroes OR RADIO TROUBLE
the principles of gradualism and lowest wages. 105th St., Richmond Heights, J
I the Congress of the United boy.. Tf V PHONE PL 1-8381
1 thoroughly committedto ,Because of the South's low Erma Duffy, 550 NW 8th St., ,
States Is
wage levels: it is proving profitable girl.
its practice., Nor are we too for northern industry to House Service; Calls $1.50
encouraged by the skimmingaway Rosa Koonce, 11600 SW 138th
move South. The economists have
and Sales Free DeliveryAll
Repair -
of our most militant Negroes long since concluded that cheap Terr., boy.Charlotte.
who have led us with a wages 1 It* highly advantageous to 'Walters, 5145 NW work guaranteedKNOW
positive hand as we groped for those able to exploit It and the 29th Ave., girl.
the light. Elizabeth Albury,
current moving of industry Is a

Within the past few months case in point. 31st Dorothy Ave., girl Sawyer, 1411 NW JOE SCOTT

I some of the ablest fighters The Old South has been appeased 71st St., girl. Authorized Factory TV Repair Co., Inc.
I among Negroes have been "call. with free labor, with Leola George, 3112 42nd St., 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381
ed up" to places! of lucrative remuneration cheap labor and with Its race boy.

and wherein these prejudice and diffenential treatment Sallle Deal, 7412 NW 22nd

calls have more been and due more to the evident Negroes' of the Negro. Ave., boy. !'t:,....,w..-- -- .. .....,.... -..-
;Paulette: Smith, 3616 Fla. Ave.
abilities these appointment are When' therefore we hear
so well and so good. i whites harp on the little taxes boy Aquilla, Newsome, 2260 Bunche I BARKLEY'S CUT-RATE STOREThe
that Negroes pay, we reply that
Park W. Drive., girl I
But wherein they were designed
the Negroes do not
a"though pay
Gloria Harrell, 1245 NW 60th
to appease the Negro In much in the way of taxes' as Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
St.. boy.
his drive for full citizenship, compared with the whites, the
they arq downright affronts to A Negroes by their free labor and ave.Oralea, girl.Dorwtine.Judge, 608 SW' 8th 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
reople who after a hundred their cheap labor have made the
years of emancipation are lab. white man's heavier taxes pos Stevens, 3341 Margaret BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
outing under great legal and so sible. St., boy.
Binders 35 to 1.40
cial and economic disabilities. Susan Sipplo, 3761 CharlesTerrace Nifty Hinder
Labor is one of the four fac. girl.Beatrice Sheets 8* to 25* Composition
Spotswood. Robinson, Oliver W. tors of production and the Negro Garmon, 5101A NW Ballpoint Pens 10$ 08* Books 25* 40*
Hill and Thurgood Marshall has not ony: furnished the Old 27th Ave., girl.
have been called up In quick South with free and cheap labor, Po-KeNo Sets 2.08 (lifts
succession and wherein thl'mf'an but has borne its burden of differential Evelyn Ramsey, 5920 NW Straightening Bridge Keno Set 1.08
19th Ave., girl.
a silencing of their voices
effectively lifted In behalf of treatment which has Annie Cromer, 1943 NW 52nd Combs 70* 2.08 Irons 50* 2.08OPEN
so been in the nature of an ap
the struggling Negro race, It Is St., boy.
a racial tragedy, although a per. peasement.But' t 'Mattie Eva Clark, 2176 NW DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

\ advantage when viewed In spite of the appeasement 71st St., boy.Kathaleen JOHN A. McMINN. Owner
from their point of view.It of the Old South, It la still Smith, 3131 NW
I awaybehind the more liberal 213th St., girl. I

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these potent voices stilled or the late Neville Chamberlain's
even muffled. This writer re- appeasement at Munich did not
members quite well about 30 pay off, our nation's appeasementof For The Finest Apartments at Moderate RatesCallI
years ago a brilliant young Ne- the Old South Is not paying
pro emerged from one of our otto The Old South is this natlorvj -
line northern universities with a i greatest threat.
Ph.D. degree and he was hit as BONDED
fire on the interracial issues. He The O'd South's race prejudicehas I I
fought like mad and fought all not paid off.
the time and everywhere.And .

then he was given a lucra.
tive position by the governmentand COLLECTION
nothing furtherhas been
heard from. him, so far as the
fight for full citizenship is con-
cerned. We dot\ not conjecturewhy POITIEKKflMSW
but he perhaps. is stickingby :; !
his swivel chair. AGENCY Inc.

The Old South has been ,
abundantly appeased. It was al ii itt l MtfMM
lowed to hold slaves for hun
dreds of years but this did not
The largest collection and rental
avert the War of Rebellion Ne-
gro labor-free Negro labor If fitf.fi/oifi
vou please, was put at the s agency in the South; operating in
South's disposal CHARLES A. LOCIUIAIVT
Dade and Broward CountIes
This free labor made of the Public Relations Director
Old South a synonmyn for luxur
Negro Housing areas.


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News From Delta Delta Sigma Theta Sorority. The Williams.The THE MIAMI tiMES MIAMI.. FLORIDA I
Special Projects Committee, three Mental Health Cen
chaired by Cora Culver, present. ten In South Florida will be the I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1961 PAGE 7
Sigma ThetaMental ed the report at the October aras In which the sorority will
I Institute to acquaint the general The increase in the numbers of
meeting of the group at her work. Mrs. Lois Parks, long
Health "Let's examine time executive secretary of the I public with the problems facingour I mentally ill Individuals, children
horn NW 33rd Committee '
on ave.
Its many aspects is the theme South Florida Mental community and way ofworking '
Health I
4 well as adults, made the
for the 1961.62 year's project of members' included Dorothy Society I Is planning with the with as mell aa preven I pro
the Miami Alumnae Chapter, Culmer, Marie Roberta l and B. J. chapter to prepare for a one.day tive ill. measures for the mentally ) ject needed one where our services ure



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I PAGE 8 SATURDAY OCTOBER 21, 1961 Meeting SaturdayAlpha

Kappa Alpha Sonera got '
together Saturday at Floral !-"M!!

Dt. Elks Coffee and NOTICE Heights four South Elementary Florida School.Chapters The, e .

I I A.I members of the New Hope Gamma Zeta Omega, Miami;
Style Show SundayS Missionary Baptist Church are Zeta Rho Omega, Ft. Lauderdale.) ; & 69th
22nd Ave. St.
Oct. 22 1-7959
asked to meet Sunday, I Zeta Tau, W. P. D.; and Eta OX
at 2:,30 p.m. at the Masonic Hall, Omega, Fort Pierce, will renew
15th ave..and 64th et. business the bonds of Oreekdom and .."
of vital importance. Sisterhood. .J
Signed: 'iRev. James E. BrownJohnson '" J.LAST TIME TONITE '
Mrs. Roosevelt to ... ::: J '."." ." ... ": .
and Jones \:' 'J. Both In Color .. .

Sign For Miami Speak HereMrs. ; ,. AUDIE MURPHY .5 'j

Eleanor Roosevelt will 5
S Bout
Title speak at the Miami Beach Auditorium "TO HELL AND BACK"PLUS ,
will Thurcday, Oct. 26. 8
Miami get one of the
p m at a meeting which will
ves r'B brrt, boxing matches when highlight the celebration of :

Harold Johnson defends his United Nation Week, Oct, 2228i -
NBA HHH ,heavyweight champ. and climax an all-Florida
''rnshlp aealnst: New York's un r
drive for increased membershipIn STRICTLY A...4 WALT !
beaten Doug JSNEVoii1
Association for *
The 15.round title match, the American .LAUGH H8YI< mirk In? Johnson's third defense, the is United sponsored Nations.by This the Greater meeting I' ." .. rt'AUU MlLlSuMI N.
will be staged Dec. 2 in the /
Miami Chapter of the AAUN. ;. rii t
Convention Hall at Miami Beach, 1 N :
Mrs Roosevelt, who is chair 1 :: :>
: scene of three previous 1961 ewwww r4w
1 championship bouts. man of the AAUN committee on .............
a chapters, will announce the win.
'S F Johnson, 33, and Jones, 24, ning chapter and present the
y y signed contracts for the fight inNew .' award at this evnt. All about Father's 'Second Marriage
York's Madison Garden
b t'4 .Square_
boxing office.. The Garden is
and fashionable Dt.Vrra Foundation
not a part of the promotion, but Sweeting
McCrlmmon Williams, has purchased the television STARTS SATURDAYA
chili'mnii of the Dt. Elks annual Says ThanksThe
match of
rights to the as part
Coffee and Style Show, Sunday,
the regular Saturday night home FoundationFund
Oct. 22 4.0 p.m. Sweeting's G
TV series I
The Daughter Elks of Greater Inc., wish to take this
Miami Temple will entertain According to the contracts the method to thank the many peoplewho
their friends with a musical and champion will receive a $20,000 have given scholarships: BAND OF FORGOTTEN MEN. '.: .
rtvle Show on Sunday while guarantee from the TV fee and through the Sweeting Foundation could'f/
they elp coffee and tea Linton 40 per cent of the gate; the Fund Any gifts may be and a woman no man

Eerrlf wi 1 preside at the musllea1 challenger $10,000 guaranteefrom given to the foundation tax free. forge/// Metro.Goldwyn.Mayer presents rL < .
Appearing also will be the TV and 20 percent of the All checks should be made out .,.

accomp fished M I s a Cassandra I gate. to Fund the and Sweeting's addressed to Foundation 2148 NW .Richard BOONE George HAMILTON'.: .';. .; ,!"
Hanna( Arthur King and Ulysses .
4th St Fort Lauderdale, Fla. '' "
Morris! will sing. Miss Barbara JEWISH liiara PATTEN Arthur O'CONNELL
Dr. H. Sweeting, is president,

:Ne-'e.ly'ly,, will daughter give a of selection Mrs. Annie, and CONGRESS and tary. II. Meredith Mosley, secre ,u J=ns ti1mt NI'}::.# ::; O'l\(

others whose names were not In ,

given the writer, I SCORES DR. .A.... ,._._ i CImm.Soop.MRTROCOL0R* i'.Jr. J 0
-=-aI.IlAO; ;D 4i .J..I'J 1I ;:J 'QI
Dt. Vera McCrimmon W1U CONANT"Socially -S-----
:'ams Is working untiringly to Insurance for everyone.
Fen that this popular affair exc unwarranted and 4 PLUS _
ed nP others. Dt. Williams' psychologically unsound" are the Don't lose your license. We
charm and personality will enable help We cover hospitalization -
erm the American Jewish Congress can you.
Her her chairman to do Just this.la the well used in taking. Dr. James life home, car. "The Sundowners"ROBERT
D. Conant to task for his recom. attention SR-22.
known, fashionable Dt. Pinkie mendation against artificial in Special to

Lowe tegration of schools in Northern Small down payment.. We

It is believed that seats will be slum, areas. finance. MITCHUM IN COLOR
at a premium. In his new book, "Slums and
Mrs, Lona, Drown Simmons, Instructor Suburbs: A Commentary on ALTMAN INSURANCE
at Northwestern high Sch6o B In Metropolitan Areas," 768 N.W. 3rd St BIG TRIPLE BILL COMING : .
will give a brief eynopsia on the Conant said that more moneybe FR 1.2421 '
value and attraction of a well spent to improve Negro
schools rather than effect token .. ''--
dressed woman.Dt. .. :I '-"'- ; ''
Sarah Smalley, mistress of integration.
J\ .1'''
finance, is requesting that all The eongrrs said, 1n New NIKKI, J _
Yor"racial* segregation In S "
tickets and money be reportednot
later than Sunday, 3:30 p.m, public schoo'e!! whether it re was half-dog,
stilts from statute or from residential .
patterns, has a damaging half-wolf..his .
City Has OpeningsFor >
effect on the level! of aspirationand
educational attainment of and ,
Pre School TotsThe minority children." courage 'tt

cunning made !
City of Miami Recreation
Division he'd its preschool registration Broadway him a legend "
on ThurEday, Oct. 5
and began classes on Monday, Extravaganza sf >riu,N 3 in a vastuntamed \
Oct. 9. The playgrounds at Dixie
t Park and Liberty Park had onlya : Nov. 30 land! ""'y t tc

few registrations and unless q. T. WASHINGTON' } !
these areas increase their registration I ...1" ...1-
within the next week I AUDITORIUM iW 7 SS s :i. ,,
these; pre-schools will be closed.
Children who will reach their ,
fifth birthday on or before Jan
uary 1, 1962 are eligible. A fee wctuDiAner&W1
of $40 a year will be charged A SEARCHING LOOK INTO
Parents may pay at the rate ol!'
$1.25 per week THE INNERMOST DEPTHS ;

r. ,Iw Ny ..-I ,

$75 Cash I'
I ; + j
$7,000 Total Md'W M MYTECHNICOLOR'
completely furnished, 2-bed. 1,,, {t ?r. ,'::1 Aiaf

room on 70 x 110 lot. Near .-WW t 1 '
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$490 down .
kr MOM MT C..b.U.M QMi.1' D4ntv PK.HIM

$79 A MONTH f F I
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Beautiful Beautifulcan

be used as 3bedroomswith
porch. Nicely landscaped 2CX ROBERT ROBERT RICHARD! MAY irr

I $490 down s

\ $80 A MONTH

I t 3-bedroom CBS with Fla. --
Midnight Show Sat,
Newly painted in and
j room. / / I with Regular Performance
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County Slayers of Grocer in prison. '
Circuit: Judge Irving Cypen
meted .out the sentence! to Mer-
NewsI Get Life TermsTwo yen. Leo Scott. 2* and: Evan
James Hughes, 22, for the hold,
men who pleaded 'guiltyto up slaying or Cruz Jlmlnez, 62,
killing an elderly Miami gro at his grocery on NW 6th aye
I Walter Ito+'ei cer' Were sentenced today to life land 22nd et, Jut Jan. 18.

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i The own Fire1 Departmentmeets
Monday, Oct. 23, at the
Chamber of Commerce Building.
All members are asked' to be

The South Broward VFW No.
819 will have a big fish try at
the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Roosevelt (Buddy) Walker, 24th
St. and 42nd Ave., on Saturday
night Everyone is asked to come
out and have a good time.
Neighboring VFW's; are invited.
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NEWLYWEDS Mr. and Mrs. Ing. is. I and Thomas James
Richard Dorsey of Richmond Mrs at
Dorsey a junior
Dawson will be thl-i Sunday, Oct.
Heights, are shown cutting their Tennea.ee A&I University, Nashville
22, 8 p.m. at the Mt. Zion AME
wedding cake, following their majoring in speech and
Church. 18th St. and 52nd Ave.,
marriage held
ceremony on Sept.
17 at Greater Israel Bethel drama. Mr, Dorsey is a senior at West Hollywood The Rev F, D.
Primitive Baptist Church, with A&T College, Greensboro, majoring Wright will perform the care
the Rev. P. D. Brantley official- "in mechanical enginering. mony.

Misses Mae and Hester Me
Kinney of Nassau, were recent
Benefit Tea to Real Estate Board guestj of Mrs. Angene Marsh,
5225 SW 21st St., West Holly.
Feature Rubin ComboThe wood. Many dinner parties were
To Meet
given for them, including one
Sigma Omicron chapter of by Mrs Rosa Harvey. The ladles &
the Alpha Chi PI Omega sorority Tl e Dade County Real Estate returned home on Oct. 8, accompanied I
has as Its featured guest Sunday Board will meet on Sunday at 4 by Miss Faye E. Marsh.
afternoon, Remarkable p.m. at the home of Mr. and
Mn. Cliff Baker, 3162 NW
Rubin, who was recently pro-
moted to the position of director 47th St. All persons interestedIn Broadway __ ::1S\ : .
of music of the Rancher Lounge. leal estate and allied fields : : :
There will be some of Miami's are Invited. ExtravaganzaNov. 5 ..l
.outstanding musical talents also.
Tea time Is 4.6 at the Liberty Myrna BainGraduates 30
Square Community Center NW BT.\ WASHINGTON :. ,>
14th ave. and 64th St.

WANTEDMANAGER Mrs Vlo'.a: Robinson Bain and ,--- --_. _.
toseph Benjamin Bain, both
or couple to managenew .ormtr Miamians, who are now
rooming houjfe downtown residing In New York City an In Fine Whiskey ,
$40 security necessary. PhoneJE lounci: the recent graduation
1-3184 or FR M906, :cm Hunter College of then
taur-hter, Myrna Delort-s. Mist MCNEIL1HESHM FLEISCHMANN'Sis j.
For Sale tin( rrco-ive.1 a II. A. degree It :
lit national Affairs and hope '''I '
Complete furniture for 4- 'o f do graduate wor'c: at John 1 BIG
room apartment, with fully Hopkins' University in Wash. 1 the buy 1 ;
equipped beauty shoppe in front ington, D. C. in the not too dls.tant .... .JIII!
room.. Good opportunity for future. At present she i.
right 'person. 'Price reasonable: employed at the George Braxi? 1131 NW lit court. FR 74097. Publishing firm in New York. wM f/uMwi 90 poo14'I

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THE INCARNATION I choirs are asked to meet In re.
hearsal on Oct. 26.
1836 NW 64th St.
Father Ellsha Clarke. Jr., vicar CALENDAR OF EVENTS

to Winter Schedule Oct. 22 Fall surprise tea
me SUNDAY: sponsored by the Excelsior Clubat

Low Mass . . . 7:30 2140 NW 6th ave., 4 p.m.
I Church School .'. . 9:30 Miss Lucille Timmons, presi
#, oIJ. Sung Mass . . . 10:45 dent.
'I! :" Junior EYC . . .6:00 Oct. 29 Stay at home tea

TRIUMPH CHURCHPrince Women's Day"at'Mt. :NEW MT. CALVARY Senior EYC . ...... 6:00 sponsored by the Stewards
v- Evensong . . . 7:00i board.
C. Mobl jy, pastor 7103 N.W. 22nd Ave i
HR| C. McKinney reporter TaborThe Rev. W. P. Tarpley: pastor WEDNESDAY: Oct. 30 An old fashion fish
School of Wisdom . 10:00Y Sis. Ernestine Hart reporter Low Mass . . . 6:30: fry at 1028 NW 64th St. at 8
P. E. Band . . 6:30 women of Mt. Tabor Dap. Sunday School . . 9:30 Acolyte Rehearsal , 4:45: p.m. Mrs Hazel Wallace spon.
Evening worship . ..... 8:00 tist Church will observe their I'I'Woman's 'i I Morning Service . 11:00 sor.
Day on Sunday Oct. Evening Service . . 7:30 Sacrament of Holy Baptism Oct. 30 A mock conferenceat
Thursday Oct. 19 thru Oct. 22. The speaker for the morningwill every fourth Sunday, 10:46 a.m. the
22, our quarterly Religious Con. be church, 8 p.m., sponsoredby
Mrs. Athalle
Range. We are grateful to our own the
SPECIAL EVENTSThe Missionaries and Pastor'sAid
gress will convene in Lockaat
son, Rev. T. L. Evans for that
the Triumph Church 14901 Mrs. Range is well known for soul stirring message Sunday Episcopal Churchmen are Club.
NW 22nd ave., Prince H. Mob. her interest in civic work which morning sponsoring Charles Rogers In an Nov 4 a masquerade ball
ley tho host pastor and Prince H. led to her being selected as Wo organ recital at the church on at the home of Mrs. Jessie
William!, the presiding prince. man of the Year by the Zeta Phi Sunday afternoon New Mt. Sunday, Oct. 22 at 4 p.m. Smith 3071 NW 68th st, sponsored
All members and friends are urged Beta Sorority and the Iota Phi Calvary Is sponsoring the closingof by Mrs. J. Reddick and
to attend and enjoy yourself Lambda Sororities. our pastor's anniversarywhich The Episcopal Churchwomenwill Mrs. Smith.
with us. On Sunday morning is the 2nd. On Nov 9.12
Special guest at the evening have their monthly meeting Nov. 5 I The Jr. Stewards are
the Us
subject of the
School of WLs- choir No. 1 will celebrate
dom lesson will be "Growth In service will be Mrs. Hazel Wll- alversary. On Nov. 17 there will an on Sunday at 6:30: p.m. All women giving a tea from 4 to 6 at the
Christian Hams Troy. of the church are urged to home of Mr. and Mrs, Wooten.
Relationship be a play "How a Gambler
Sunday evening there is a Mrs. Troy is a graduate of Found Peace" We think that be present.. Business of vital Nov. I 5 Club 25 of which
wonderful .program planned for Spelman College and Atlanta U. every man and woman shouldsee Importance. Mrs. Clara Hilton Is captain,
your enjoyment. She holds an M. S. degree from I this play. You are welcome.On will have a tea at the home of
Don't forget to tune in Sun. Indiana University.She Th Junior Episcopal Young Mrs. Nettle Stringer on the tat
day at 8:45 a.m. to hear "The is a former assistant read the 23rd which Is Thanks Churchmen are sponsoring a Sunday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
Words of Eternal Life" radio ing supervisor of Dade County giving there will be a fashion "Paint The Church Campaign." 2962 NW GOth St.
station WMM 1220. and If you and is now principal of the show Please come out and helpus In connection with this, they are
are enjoying the program write George Washington Carter Elementary judge. having a Hallowe'en Carnival on
and let ua hear from you. Send School. the church grounds Saturday
all mall to Prince D. Williams Let's continue to pray for our Oct. ,28.Sts. SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING
1660 NW 67th St. Mrs. Troy is a member of the love ones.
Antioch Baptist Church and Ann-Margaret, chapter'sCotton COLORED
holds In the BAPTIST Dress Ball Nor 2. Invi
membership Sigma ST. LUKE PSYCHIC READER
Women of Mt. I. Gamma Rho Sorority. tational.
We are asking our communi Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Beginning this fourth Sunday -CONSULT HER-
Hermon Raise ty friends and members to put Mrs. Burnesta Green reporter there will be a special children's
their forces behind us and helpus Sunday School . . 9:30: Instructional mass at 9:30 a.m.
$2,150Every Morning Worship . 11:00)DTU )I.
to make this event a great All parents are urged to send or
success. . . . . 5:30: bring their children.
person that entered Mt. Evening Worship . . 7UOMItS. :
Hermon on last Sunday (and BAHA'I FAITH ST. PAUL A. M. E.
even those who could not enter I
because of the Jack of space) George Savitt publicity chair In. M. J, Faynon, pastor
breathed a sigh of amen when man for the American Aasocla* Mrn LAP Crny reporter

they saw the determination of tlon for the United Nations Sunday School . to 9:30 ,
the many fine women who made Greater Miami Chapter, will Morning worship . 11:00:
up the schedule of the day. speak at the Baha'l Center 137 Evening worship . . 7:80:
Great credit Is due to the NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sunday
chairman Mrs. Letha Gamble Oct. 22 in a celebration of Unit. I Choir No, 2 furnished the Let her years of experience guide
and Mrs. Dorothy Greene co- ed Nations Week sponsored by music for (the day. Stewardess and protect you throughout life
chairman who went to their limIts the Baha'is of Miami. Dedicated board No 4 held its regu as a lighthouse guide the ships In
to set everything In order. to |the principles of the oneness l .. ( lar meeting, The ,laymen met at a storm. For suoceN In business
The personnel that was elect of mankind: and the developmentof .... Ft. Lauderdale for their monthly and love.DON'T .
ed to participate on the pro. an international tribunal to meeting Rev Henderson our STAY IN THE RUT. GET
gram: must have been touchedby make and keep universal peace .. guest minister, brought the mes. OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
a divine hand because every nndancles of the world are cele- sage Sunday night. Mrs. A. Once GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
one of them did their part with Baha'l In 137 countries and d.. is still In Jackson Hospital room
out fear. brattag this event. 6233.. James Leo Is ill in the Office .Hours:
The morning speaker Mrs. Veterans Hospital In'Coral 9 a.m. "9 p.m
Serena B. Allen seemingly was Mr. Savttt's subject will be Gables room 331 Let us pray Thurs. 9 s.m. t'
let down from the main sourceof "Prelude to a New Age." A re. for and visit our sick, 7 p.m.

wisdom. Her choice of words cording with Dag Hammarskjold .... .
and Adlai Stevenson With the 12th of November
as guestspeakers
and connection of thoughts en
tered Into every heart. will be played. The pub- ';.',*" "..: ll:., fast approaching which marks the DAILYSunday
The choir, under the supervision 'Ic Is Invited. 17th annual Woman's Day, each
of Mrs. Mildred Drown (at committee Is rounding up their 10 s.m. S p.m.READING .
ANTIOCH BAPTISTRev. work for the great! day Phalr.man .
the Hammond organ) was at Its --
aith ;;
various committees
best all day.
J. W. Stepherson pastorM SUSIE 1IOLLKY ,
The morning pawed and we are: finance Mrs. Josephine $1.00 UP
said amen. This is It. Dut In the T. Copeland, reporter Sunday Oct. 22 is Woman's Champion; program Miss Mil.
ending _at 7 p.m. the music Sunday School ..._.......... .... 0:45: Day. The women will be in dred Gay; souvenir Mr! John
Bounded again and we were off BTU;.......................................... 5:30: charge of the cervices The nie Mason; decoration, Mrs.. Hen. M Years experience
Into another spiritual realm. Mrs. Morning worship . 11:00 morning speaker will be Mrs rletta White; boosters Mrs.
Sylvia Lambert raised us againto Evening worship . . 7:00 Susie C. Holley a member of Maydell Braynon; hospitality, MADAMHUNTER

the heights of enthusiasm and We Invite to our morningand Pine Grove Baptist Church of Mrs. Eva Richardson; music,
when all was cleared we had a you The Fort Lauderdale. Mrs. Ruth Scott; treasurer Mrs.
evening worship. junior
sum of 12,150 on the table. choir and junior ushers will There will be evening song Juanita Fisher; secretary, Mrs. 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
Bo our hats off to the ladies render services for tie morning service and all reports will be Ruth Abram MIAMI FLA.
of Mt. Hermon. made after the service. You and
:worship. The chairlady Mrs Clarice Don't Write-Call In Person
At 3 o'clock on Sunday, Appreciation yours are Invited to come and
Day will be held for We now have five new Deacons worship with us on this Sunday. Carnogay make is asking all captainsto "1
the pastor. The public is invited added to our deacon board. The theme for the day: "Chris ber their contact with each mem
club MIAMI
so as not to
to come out. Refreshments will They are Deacons James Ready, tian Women Working Together.We port less than the minimum re.for
be served. 'Phillip Campbell Ned Owens, can, we Will we Must" each club. All ladles of the three DON'T COST THEY PAY
The pastor, Rev. S. L. Gay and ,Ernest Pierce and Charles Bush The public Is always invited.
wife will leave next week on the
25th for Lake Wales where the Special thanks to the Rev. P. I ST. STEPHENS BAPTIST : -
general conference of the AME S. Brown of Mt. Tabor who delivered Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
Church Is to be held. The mem an Inspiring ordination 1781 N.W. 73rd Street Not a Rootman Not God Either But
bers of Mt. Hermon are expressing message and gave the charge to Rev James P. Waldon pastor JUST A GOD SENT
a sincere desire of hay them. Sunday School f..i. . 9:30 MAN
Ing Rev. and Mrs. Gay return to Our sick: and shutlns are Sit. Morning Service . 11:00 Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora
Mt. Hermon Sidney M. Stroiter Bis. Eliza. DTU . . . . I:00
beth Lee. Sis. Clara Thomas and Evening Service . . 7:30 Do you have a problem
NEW JERUSALEM Sis. Marlah Washington. Let us Business Dad, MarriageFalling <<

The House of God Saint in Christ pray for and visit them. ) can't win the man

1612 N.W. 62nd St. GREATER NEW BETHELOpa SEE THE WORLD'S + .r woman you love, Hewn
Mother E. L. Orange, minister GREAT SPIRITUAL Crossed, Need Money
Deacon Sawyer reporter Locks Fla.
Sunday School . . 10:00 Rev W. K. Smith, pastor AND t c4il Everything Going Wrong
Morning service . . 11:30 Wllene C. Robinson, secretary BISHOP HUNTER t Health Had? Can't Satisfy
Evening service . . 8:00 Sunday School . . 930
Tuesday Bible Study . 8:00 Morning worship . 11:00 If you are sick or worried don't fi lour Husband or Wife?

Friday service . . 8:00 Evening worship . . 7:30 fall to see me today. Office hours ,.',;4 Want a New Home or Car?

We are preparing for the sick dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
and they are healed. 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday 11 sun. ,

Visitors are always welcometo Rev C. J. Burnsy pastor to 3 p.m. 4 SEE ME TODAY
come and bring the sick to be Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter

healed. Sunday School . . .:30 READINGS Never before In the historyof
Morning Service . 11:00 Miami, have so many
Mt. Olive Missionary BTU . . . . ....5:00 ,1.00 people been helped by this
Evening: service . . 7:00 I great wonder man.
Rev. Benjamin Franklin, pastor d up
2nd Ave.. Hallandale, FU. /The fourth Sunday afternoonthe It cost nothing to
Jacks-n, reporter
pastor and congregation will St.
Sunday School __....... 9:45 render services along with the 0417 SW 17 come In and talk
Morning service ..__ 10:45 number two choir for the usher 'VEST1I0LLYWOOD
Evening serviceAdvertise __ 1:30 board anniversary at the MU NOW AT MY NEW ADDRESS

Carmel Baptist Church. FLA. PROP. HUNTER 827 N.W. 48th Street 7513978'i
Pray for the sick those who
It Pays! .are grieved over the loss ones. 11



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THE MIAM! TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 3rd Ave., died Oct. 16. Surviving

PAGE are his widow, Gladys, a sister
I 12 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1061 i l and a brother. He will be on
F view in the chapel from 4 p.m.

Thursday: until 6 p.m. Friday

1 when he will be sent to Darieu,
CARDSMEMORIALS: Ga.' for' services and burial. .

.., L James Nelson,of 2261 NW
49th, St., died Oct* 16. He leaves;'
cQF" 'THANKS I his dear .friends, Mr. and Mrs.:

", tJmtl>\ Of"theFfate. Mac Colden. Graveside services'. 3
The )" will 'be :conducted' Friday at 1
wishes to express Its apprecla.

tionto..itssux.:..:friends and Infants: .
neighbors who were so kind dur. I Elizabeth Nairn, ,daughter of .

ing it's": hourT: at ',l1S' re vement. I Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nairn of Liberty City Detective Bureau of BOOKS, POEMS. ($2.00)) by
.... .
Thanks .
for'"youi r 'cards, telegrams dr 1 : 2190 .NW 4th. St.. died Oct. 18. 'Investigation Lucille Gladys Roper, 2927 NW
; -tlobversL cars!' 'and all oth -J J ,
I '' r: : CHIEF NICK FEIUJUSON"And 67th St. French, English, Span-
er1"kind gestures' of sympathy. Baby Boy Nolan of 1525 NW Associatea Ish. '

"II I Agiln, 4hanks''to. everyone, foreverything. 1st place died Oct. 15. Home phone ,OX 1-0670

I Office OX 1.1234 INFANT CARE
E "Mrs/' :' Carrle Lavall!, wife Baby Boy Splvey was stillborn Call OX 1.2134
t 'And Family to Mrs. Andrew
; L. Spivey of
I 1320 NW 61st St., Oct. 18. FOR, RENT CHANGE OF ADDRESS
'SN .
MEMORIAM Mnna. er of Cultivator Spiritual
: IN :3-ROOM cottages, stoves and
In sad but MEMORIAMIn Singers mal oe contacted ai
loving memory of water furnished ,
t10 .weekly.;
: 1440 IfW 52nd St. Phone
my dear mother, father and Y OX
brother, loving memory of 569 NW 8th'St.. FR 72902.STUDIO 1.5597.
:' Mother who departed, this life October 9, APARTMENT. Furnish WANTED
Y 1956. ed. 1815 NW 48th Street.. NE
October 17 1951 1 '
Gone, but J0074. MANAGER or couple to
:' not, forgotten. manage
MR.: ISAAC CARNEGIE, father 1n
I Darling we all new rooming house downtown.
are so lonely,
1\i\ February 24, 1954 LookIng at your empty chair, BEAUTIFUL: unfurnished apt. $80 security necessary. Phone
AIR; ROBERT CARNEGIE i Remembering all the happy Quiet. shady, yard No children: FR 1.1905 or JE 13184.
Brother | momentsThat 1321 NW 6'8th "Terr.

April 26, 1935 .' we shared .. YOUNG SINGLE working
when girl
.. May they rest in and you were
here. ROOM DUPLEXES.. 1835-1837 to share nice duplex apt. with
may light perpetual shine upon r From The Children NW 6th Ave.. Newly painted. same. Inquire after 4:30 p.m

I. them.Thelma ___ $10! per week. Call Picard Rental 1732 NW 60th St.
Carnegie ,
Agency FR
i IN MEMORIAM 72902.
Deacon Henry Williams
2288 FOR
IN MEMORIAM NW 62nd St., died at 6:01 In sad, but loving memory of FURNISHED ROOM. Private en. SALE

o'clock Tuesday, Oct. 17. 'Services I our mother and grandmother, I trance 1700 NW 58th St., No. 1 I NO QUALIFYINU. Modern CBS

I mother In loving, memory of our dear New Mt.will Morlah be held Oct. 25 at .",. ".. ." 5, OX 13693. $2,750 down. Fla. room, 3 baths,
Baptist Church '
t large lot, etc. 1350 NW
45th St.
: Rev.
: MRS MELIA Shipp officiating, Manker 10: 3 ROOM APT.:: Furnished. For'nform.atlon 021
Funeral Home '
who departed this life Oct. 18 charge. ... .. call FR 1.1137.
", .
., ,. 1673 NW 5th place. Also REFRIGERATOR
1957. .. .. s private In good condition .
To those who have a mother, Richardson >. .'. ,... .";'".,".' .... ",' '. '. ... room for rent., Phone WI 5-0212 or
: call
Treat'her kindly while she's here : at 1428 NE 153rd Terr.,
., ,; ) ,. 3-ROOM APT. and bath' North
; For with Miami
you'll know : Beach.
Thomas .
value .
'I, Bellamy, a well ..;... ;-I! .j:'' \" hot
:,' : cold water. Adults
Till .
you see her vacant chair. known '
f; Sleep. oh dear plumber and electrican, ; 467% NW 14th St.; ,.PJioneiQX] BEDROOM
mother. was buried Wednesday after .) ; HOME. Tile! fea
bi i Gone, but not 10914. tunes, fence.
forgotten. noon. Services were held at Mt. \ 2227 Forest St.,
I I Walter, Richmond and Zion Baptist Church. }:: FURNISHED Liberia, also 6550 SW 24th St.,
Burnell Branch, sons Apartments. All Carver Ranches. Small down
Vernell Lofton, daughter Simon Lee McQill of "wrf'H' utilities 'furDl hf'd. $12.50 'per payment, balance like rent. No

I ,Gaynell. Blatch, Beach, died Oct. 19. His Daytona body ." ; : ", ..::" ". ... week, 620 NW 8th St., ,FP, closing coat. No qualifying. HI

and:'... daughter-in-law was shipped to Daytona Oct. 19 ->. ;;f'/o\; t; 'j >. ::. :: 72902. Caretaker In Apt 1. 3.1983 HI 3-8412 YU
'. r for final rites. ;.-', ,...I1c, '. .t... .
1/:. ,i' extra large
IN MEMORIAM Lee Bottle Dixon of 2190 NW ''.. .';..,'.;!/ o;>:; : ,df.o/',It' house. 3 room 'nouses, real dean. BEAUTIFUL CBS house, corner

. 68th Lane died Oct. 19 at the ; ;" 1 1809 Very low rent. 1817, 1805 lot, 3 bedrooms, F.orlda: room,
'In loving memory of our dear V. A. hospital. Services will be .i' :..: For Information and 1811', NW 6th court. 2 baths. 1444 NW 44th St.
daughter and held ask at 18.21 NW, NE 5-6943.
I sister, Oct. 23 'at West Holly < ;0 t"" 6th ,court. -
wood New Macedonia Church ;..'t,
with the Rev. Phillips officiat ,"... '\. FURNISHED NICE 2 BEDROOM CBS house;

I ing at 1 p.m.. Mr. Dixon leavesa j' .. Free gas, water Efficiency.and $14. garage, porch, oak floors, on

wife, Louise, three sons, a --- _I 4190' NW ,32nd ave, electrlcty" large corner lot. 1461 NW 43rd
"- father, aunt, five uncles, a grandmother MRS. KATIE : St :.NE 36167.

,a .brother and a sister.Mrs. who CRAWFORD SMALL HOUSE
this life on Oct. conveniently Io' 3 BEDROOM HOUSE.
17, 1967. Gated, furnished or unfurnfehed, Partly
Roberta Moreland of 319 The 2161 NW 58th St.E. furnished. $500 down. 1351 NW ;
NW 9th St., apt. 1 died at Para Family 75th Terr. Open all day Sunday.

Villa Convalescent Home Oct. .
'19. Funeral will be Saturday at IN MEMORIAMIn Rental Agency '_I.LI. _
2 p,m. at Bethel AME Church.
j ty 'ovlng memory of our dear Rental collections;, property

t mother and grandmother, Management, real estate NURTI-BIO
ai MRS. ROSETTA SANDS 1226 N.W, 3rd Ave,,, FR 7.:'O'
Range 4. *".. who .departed this life October
17, 1949. -DEDHOO HOUSE with large Better NUTRLtion
Mrs. Bennle Mae Burrows of I Gone but not forgotten. .iving room'" } dining room, front Through

1261 NW 59th St.-apt; 13, was No one' knows how much we porch. Owne. pays utili tiel._ $25
:dead upon arrival::Oct. 13 at miss you in our hearts. Your week Phone'. E 4-3759, 2272 BlO-Chemistry
Jackson Hospital' Mrs. Burrows memory lingers sweet, and ten. NW 58th St. OX 1.5078
'was a native, of Key West, and deny We love you but Jesus Complete Scientifically Balanced,
1 1I I 'lived in Miami for' 29 years. She loves you best.. Sleep on and take 3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex Natural or Organic Food 1 Supple

I it survived by ,her husband, your' rest.. Water is furnished. $12.50 ''week' ment*. Vitamin & Mineral Pro.
i I Richard, three' sisters, Mesdames bertha, Sands .Pettier ly. Call E. Picard Rental Agency: tein.
Winnie Harris, .Willie Johnson, daughter FR 72902. Also Baby DloCPor

__ .9_ 'and Louis In2'ra.hAm 11ft". w '
n --" I !be _IlAh\__
brother, Richard. Services will TWO BEDROOM n '"
MRS. JULIA HEPBURN be held Saturday clean apartment Watch "Ixne That Bob" on
at 3:30: p.m. quiet location. Reasonable Channel
SAUNDERSwho In New 10, 11:30: a.m. week.
Hope rates
Baptist Church stove and refrigerator days.
departed this life October Interment will be in FOR furnished.
20, 1952. Evergreen SALEIN 3020 NW 62nd St. or
Cemetery Mrs., Burrows is now call NE 4.3259.APARTMENT. DISTRIBUTOR
Sleep on dear sister, and take in repose in the chapel. THE GROVE Richard
your rest, West
We love you, but Jesus love Robert Reed of Beautiful. 3-bedroom CBS One bedroom. $16 1776 NW 51st Terr.
you best. 1212 NW home with I 1190 NW 32nd ave.
The Family 57th ''St., died Oct. 15 at Miami carport and .

Sandra, Emily International ,Airport. He was a sprinkler system Hibiscus FURNISHED ROOM. Private
Wendell member of St. John Baptist St. $1,000 down $85 home. PL 7-3565.
Church, and had lived in Miami month. per '
for 15 years doming here from 2BEDROOMIiuplex ""'' 1nfo.. !
Zion Hope to Charlotte, N.. C." He Is survived Cute 2 bedroom CBS home oration TU 84296. FOR SALE
by his wife, Charline and two ,

Observe WomL\n', sons Robert and Johnny.. Services > Fla. room, completely furnished HOUSE. Lovely 2 bedroom Jn OR RENT

Day were conducted from. St. Plaza St. $1,500 Coconut. Grove, ,reasonable lovely

... John Thursday.,.*. ) ".. .'. '-LJI? down. NW section.3rd Altman Insurance 768 .
This Sunday will be ''Woman's George Lee Carter of n -
833 W, wIN
Day/, at Zion Hope Baptist 7th St.,. Winston Salem: N. C., LIBERTY CITY Corner building with four
Cburcp,. The women of the died Oct. 17. He Is' survived by bedroom RENT in town. 2. stores on ground floor.

church will have complete charge' a nephew, ,John nradsh w.. The 8-room CBS mansion .Yw 47th St.apartment $14. 3200
of the ,
services throughout the body wa sent to Winston Sa. N.W. 51st Terrace conditioned hall (24x
day. The occasion will mark the lem for final rtts. $1,500 down 85) on second floor.
third annual observance. handles LOOKING! FOR a furnished

.Mia*; Beatrice Waldron,. a well. House of Albert i IN BROWNSVILLE- a room clean with, quiet kitchen place. privileges? Call OX in Ideal for doctor's office,
known school teacher In the 1.4864.
i Palm, Beach County School system Johnnie B. Tolbert of 2S19 W. Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS estate office, drug

will be the, speaker at the 5th Ave., Hialeah, was a drown. home. NW 48th St. $400 REAL NICE furnished efficien store or any business.
mornlhg service, and Un. Ing victim while fishing Oct. 14. down balance cies. Downtown area. $13 per
trt Madeline Williams, a local .fraternal He will be on view in New Mt. like rent. week. Utilities. included, ,NE Plenty of parking space
leader, will speak at the 'Zion Baptist Church, Hialeah, I --- O 40500. t4'A

evening service. The public Is from 6:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. Percy L. .
invited to both services. Friday when he will be sent to JohnsonReg. ARE ROOM for single man
-II Lumpkin, Ga., for final rites. Real Estate Broker or nice couple. Private entrance. 5598 N.W. 7th Ave.
(Mrs. Ernestine Collins, chairman Hid survivors include his wife, a 18-31 NW 49th St. NB 38746.
; Mrs. Katie Simons cochairman daughter, father, a sister and a 3781 Grand Ave. CASH OR TERMS

; Mrs, GladytuMltchell, brother. .,. Phone HI 6-0334 LARGE bedroom apt. Partly
chairmanM program committee; furnished. 10 bedroom apt. fur Phone 758-4405

Rev..l, ,Paul. Freeman., _,, pastor.,. Robert Cooper Jr., of 1415 NW nished. Adults, small baby. MU,
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The heirs of Enoch: Farrington and dam Roll t\ Sr., get In touch ,\ .1 .I." j"'"
with Taylor ,, .
UNNECESSARY.. .tI\>l: / '
II 1 {I' /11) '" I .' 1" ,'K < A delegation. qf<< BLP and. repTesentatlTcs -
.. ... : of -tp9u PTA of,. the
: 'Ca1I'FR' Southern sel\IPfJ ,and iJunlar.
:1 1-6407 NA 1-3840 :
t..il.I.L.JJII.:: .>Y"'I..II.A 1TJI..II..JJ.JI: }T...I.IjT..IIJI.J D'I..II.I..lI.B....I..A..}T..Ir.'I III' JT..II..II II'...... I '' .; or _" .. schools calledon!lUs; Excellency,,
FOR 'r ", O18 the 'Gori f\o.n\ ept.::3$, to.dtijAcuss
SALE BRAND NEWt! the classroom crleis..;The.Seventh .' .
.. Day Adventist
Drive by and See This Beauty t ... ':::"J: r: IJr.: ... ,... .....' : ..J$:._ S near one of the schools .,baa
100% financing, no qualifying. Move right in made It possible for some of the
$450. DOWN! NO CLOSING COSTS pupils to use Its tent. The Royal
EASY TERMS ; ; f *" : Hampshire Regiment has con

2-drooms, 2 baths, Florida' r opt: '"!oak,.. bor.t %'l, .. I' 3 bedroom CBS 70x115 corner:" lot. Jalousied front sented the school to erect yard four for more the child.tentsIn

tile roof: porch A beauty!L Open Sunday 1.6 p.m. .ren
Open .Sunday 12-6 p.m.' '.', :,
*. x ,' See 800 NW 75th St. Edward Watson of Odle Corner *
C. C. WYNNE told police he "was following
We have"many other terrific buys, his girl.friend" when they pick'
JE 1.6902 ed him up on Elizabeth Ave at
SPITZER: REALTY Realtors 4:25: a.m on Sept 26 But Wat
Fnir""Ir".lr1rr.I.'n b. 11'1tt'tlr "". .D".i'I"k1 ,
Tr" ":JI..II: son also had on his person a
.. .. ."'- -'- Open Every Day 0 a.m, to 0 p.m. Magistrate's Court he was fined
HOMES $140 or six months. .
The Progressive Liberal Party

$400 Cash Down ,; FOR RENT closed Thursday Its night seventh, Sept. convention 28, at St.

t .. Agnes Auditorium. A Fair on
4 t JUST COMPLETED Friday at the Southern Recrea
1 1f 1i tlon Grounds marked the closing
: Lovely i ; clean, close in 2 kedfoOhi CBS. home HaifJ- Luxury, large 2 bedroom apartments in new duplexes activity. A number of delegateswere
.., from the Out Island: A
{ wood (loon, tile root; carpdrie, encloied Fla. room. 1533 N.W. 52nd Street resolution was adopted to revise

Furniture optional IHA financing. See today.j .' _,. 5592 '!'N.W. 12th Court the constitution.-

*. Mrs. Rosamond Levarity filed
t j 744 N.W. 44th Street. BLAC'KSTONE REALTY, Inc. at Dlmini on Sept. 24, She wasa
midwife for more than 30
t Open Sunday 12-4 for inspection< 5908 N.W. 7th Ave.PL years, and wee principal of the, .
I 8.7407 Holy Name Catholic School far:
j! BROKER PL 82151 more than 20 years. She was respected

r 1 ." ""' ..... r.. ....... ., L" '..J r ity. by the entire commun.',_, ,

COLORED RESIDENTIAL LOTS John Clarke 102, dIed'" at
Mastic Point Andros, Sept 28
CBS HOMES 2.6 p.m. 'Washington Park, North Miami Beach Mr. Clarko was one of the old.
est citizens of the Dhamaa, HeIs

FHA Financed MortgageLow Close, to' 163rd St. shopping center, city water, three survived daughters.by one Services son and
Down Payments police and fire protectionPrice conducted at the St. Peter's
AME Zion Church by the
1448 NW 42nd STREET $3,750 L $100 down $44 a month 11. W. Hanna.

Call or write owner
-' William d Harcourt
$450 down. No closing costs. Exceptionally >clean 1785 Biarritz Drive Miami BeachS. Johnson, charged with operating
a I lottery, were given 'a "*H,ht
CBS duplex. Would make ideal
reduction" In their
M. Sherman UN 6-4488 jail sentences
3 BEDROOM, 2 BATH HOME by the court on Sept. 28. Wai
For only $13,500. Corner lot -- --------- lace was fined $1,400, but his

_._ v..11..._._......_.. 1P _.___....._._1- -.- ... .... three years sentence was reduCe
ed to six months.
0 John-son's fine
was $840 and his sentence was
1445 NW 51st TERRACE "Living Service for the Living" reduced from two years to. : six

CBS 2 bedrooms, Florida room, tile bath. Large months.

I kitchen, full dining room. Wall to'wall carpeting, air The Junkanooe are getting

conditioner, carporte. Only $450 down. ready for the Orange Blossom
Classic in Miami. They are belnl'i
0NEAR'GRAND trained by David Kemp, and will .;1
WAY MARKET. 'r be accompanied by Clarence Bat '
,I Winston (Tappy) Davis, and
$400 down. No closing,,costs. 2 bedrooms, 2 Florida Wilfred Do we, The group "'HJ),,
; rooms, full dining room. Beautjful hardwoodifloorso be larger than ever. .*
fI:'Pi "":"
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WE HAVE OTHERS. $400 DOWN| New Providence Court No. 129" ,".
take this method to thank you
.. .
for all the support given In our
effort of a pleasure tour last
EDISON REALTY Oscar L. Range Funeral HomeM. Saturday evening. Through your
help part of our goal has been '
Athalie Range, Owner N. ''Patrick Range, Mgr. reached. .,
175 NW 62nd'.STREET PL 1-2441 Johnnie Mae Hill: chairman
5727 :N.W:17th: Ave. Wilhelmena Johnson, Boc',

OX 1.0131

HOMES: R :,SALE, ....4'.."'" A._........... .-. ". Rev. 1415 George Sunday N.W.E. Woman's Johnson 2nd Ave., pastorOn Day

will be ob erYedi at our church.
o Slater Pyhllls Andrews, the
chairman of the drlv and SUUf'c' J
842 N.W47th Street House For Sale Jennie Knowles, co-chairman,
will direct the morning and
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. evening services.
3 bedrooms 2 baths Florida room, carport, garage, The speaker for the evening
3 bedroom CBS with Florida room, 'in. Steven's services will be Mrs. Corrlne
| hardwood floors, FHA terms. Benson The service will be ender
Manor. Near NW 7th Ave. Hardwood floors, garage the auspices of the Pulpit
1424 N.W. 55th Terrace Aid Club.
fenced in.. Fully landscaped, Jalousied windows. We urge the members and
Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. friends of the church to come
Like new. out at both services in good
Large 2 bedroom, 2 bath, large Florida'room, low ; numbers Your presence will be
down payment. greatly appreciated.

$350 Down; _.:' $400 DOWN .

2 bedrooms, large corner lot,. FJHA : terms, perfect i WHY BOARD? '
condition. ... I $79 a month Total $13,500 l.e -j+ ..
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Beer Bar Very Nice,.. efficiency, private entrance .

; and bath rooms Refrigerator
Beer and Wine far Located in the new NW area.

Sale or lease. Low down payment. Call Harry Denny j McNICHOLAS REALTY store furnished. Newly i
painted. For 1 or 2 people.
7927 N.W. 7th AvenuePL
Action Realty Inc. $10 a week or $11 w I t h

; 1-7592 PL 4-8853 electric furnished. 5238
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HIGH Mrs. Barbara Miller Charlie
Williams Jr., Mrs. Ida Mackay,
PTA is sponsoring Queen E. Armstrong, secretary.
Mays High Sunday, We are glad to be able to welcome .
Tea on
... Pre-Halloween
them into our FCM fami
... : : .= October 22 In the auditorlum.Hours I
IITW TIIKSPIANS TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA are 4 to ''6 p.m., Donationsare Iy.
50 cents (or more If you desire //Walter A. White, principal
NATIONAL I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 21, 1961 *) Ernestine' Doyle, reporter
Leroy Washington. Come out to an evening of fine
coach at Booker T musical talent. Help our PTA,
High School and his BETHUNE ELEMENTARY help our football 'team, our TOOTHACHEtit"
actors (Troupe 2112)) j' school and our community.We .
ceived national acclaim: for the year All parents of, pupils attending are looking forward to see. suffer nodlessly.*' Get speedy toothache re.
This time It comes In the We were very Bethune Elementary, are urgedto lag you! fiat.tlirobbll'f.JEL.Pals
an Invitation from Leon parents attend the regular meeting of 1ios iicondi. GuiranUidor
which will be held Oct. MARTINThe t Mclu All drug ttyti. !!
ler executive efficient, dy the PTA FRANK C. '
er of the National president, 24 at 8 p.m. In the cafetorlum.I .
clety whose office la in welcomed 'I Report cards for the first six physical education department
natl. and I I weeks period will be distributed conducted a three day

and ask. at the close of ,the' meeting. workshop for the first and sec- ...-.H................................
The invitation In part meet and be I I I I The third graders presented. a .I. gradeteachers, under the
"In recognition of your the teachers most Interesting assembly last :leadership of Mrs. Anita Gray. ANDREWS' JEWELERS
high school theatre with this Thursday. Inasmuch as this was The workshop was held on Oct. EXPERT WATCH AND
the National Thespian our principal Fire Prevention Week, the 4 through 6.. CLOCK REPAIRS
invites your school to was served boys and girls shared with the The purpose of the workshop 40 Yean in Business
one-act play or a cutting meeting. entire family, good and bad fire was to review and familiarize
full length play at its Mrs Andel practices. Mrs. Lucia Harris, first and second grade teachers All work guaranteed
coming Ninth National ] Mr. Mick- chairman, Mrs. Viola Higg, Mrs. with basic skills that should be 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Arts Conference"This parents of Hazel Cunningham, Mrs. Anther- taught to first and second grad FR 3.0152
event will be held I ine Strapp and William McGeeare and activities that aid In the
diana University' still at home the teachers of the third development ers of ,these skills .n............................................
the entire week of June
automobile i grade. The Frank C. Martin family
Only eight high schools Henny and Penny are the
to have Mr.
I was also privileged
country invitation have is been national Miss Jeanette I names given the two white rats Chester Trost' supervisor of ele- For Sale or Rent
died on which are being studied by the mentary physical education at
the school. fourth grade class of Mrs. Na. its last faculty meeting. Mr. NEW HOME
The National Thespian attended oml Symonette in the area of Trost lectured briefly, on the Importance
ty which Is devoted to ference at health and science. These names of a well organized 935 NW 49th St.
vancement of dramatic College, Oct. were presented by the second physical education program In
the secondary schools, Mrs. Pecke grade class of Mrs. Gwendolyn the elementary school. Low down payment
and Welters. These rats, which were
vide report
Board a of nationally Critiques to to become given this group for this purpose, New teachers and staff mem- Also 3011 N.W. 52nd St.
bens that were added to our
structive criticisms and, if pos can be seen by the student body Mra. Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.
family are: Lester and Mrs.
General Assembly at of the each Friday as the various tests
Linton cafeteria workers Mrs.
elusions of the dally Association. are made by the class
MO 5.6870rir'
Shirley maid
Kendrick, Carol
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I Since Sept. 19, the faculty and
f mances. 200. Daniels, Miss Janice Aranha,
the year is administrative staff have been
LIBERTY CITY Usage," enrolled In a practicum, "Teach
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to cooperate ing Science in The Elementary
Their faces shone to Improve. School." This class is held each
they had had another principal ; Thursday afternoon In the library .
of a lifetime: Miss with Dr. Hendricks of the :
berg, zone supervisor, reporter University of Miami as Instruc
again awaken in them a tor. Everyone is anxiously 7Wue
I awaiting the climax of this ;
insight into the art of HIGH
They were grateful: the course, when others will be able
to share the knowledge techniques e

at Liberty City of the
formal tete a tete and methods gained thereby
8, 8 p.m. ,
Fienberg was again Mrs. Florence
the devotion The boys and girls were thrilled ,
On Monday morning, by Sallye Ed- last Tuesday, when Denny
marveled at the Kid Paret and his wife and son.
a few of our boys and over the along with his manager, Mr.
scheduled to work with Various com- Torrelra visited with us. Every
nell in his reading I appointed: one seemed quite pleased: in .
,Mrs. Irene I will serve having met the welterweight ? ;
steerman for the to 'champion Mr. Torrelra is the
the United Nations at Council; Mrs. I father of Samuel Torrelra, a 6th
is busy again. Let's represent grade pupil.
that United Nations St.:1. Walter
Exceptional Cogdell, principal
drawing near. The PTA has Gwendolyn Welters,
Our play this week: for E. J. Scavella, Pub. Relations -
Little Boy Who Was where sped :
written by the director
LCD Players, Denis R. I president University served as chairman of
Its theme parallels with called to the committee. ;::

last week's observance I i I executive 1
tional Fire Prevention name some
message: children I How. FOR RENT 4
play with matches, Mr. Para. a :e% u ,
dramatized by the FINEST

( The play can be Carver i _____
'. Sunday 9:30: p.m.over station Individuals Monday One bedroom Apt t4 :t. ;

Com Adults only

The school's C. Rhaney, 5815 N.W. 12th Avenue "Nf 1
that on October 27, the of Arts and s '
will have its first PTA A and M
/ and on Nov. 14 at 7
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Professional Committee,

Thomas the direction, will ,present of Mrs Its Customer s Can't' be Wrong!

gram for the year 22's Written While You Wait
Mary F Williams a.

Denis R, Thomas IV, First at low at >
$5.40 :t

Beautiful Home
Starts insurance
Your Lot your

d ately. Immedl. k FashionaHe... at km '.

Ave. 16300 N.W.Opa 27th Locka Ave. with tight bright Royal Orown ;

NA 4-6612 j

.,/ Good grooming begins in the home with Royal !

Complete Building Crown Han Dressing-the light, bright modern I

1: PLANNING way to keep your hair In style.:

I FINANCING Royal Crown Hair Dressing helps flatter your

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S. A. Thomas, pastor I ... Rev. W. P. Savoy pastor
Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter -- 1 Sunday School . . 9:30 '
Sunday School .i. ,. . 9:30 I Morning service . . 11:00 TEMPLE BAPTIST Woman's Day at
Morning worship . 11:00 I' Evening service . 7:00Wed
BTU . . . . 5:00 night study . . 8:15 Rev. L. A. Thompson pastor
Evening worship . . 7:00The Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. Sunday School....................... 9:31 TrinityThe

Sinai Morning Worship ..........._.. 11:00:
members of Mt.October ( We witnessed a highly Inspirational Evening Worship .................... 7i3 Women of Trinity CME
Baptist Church revival observed Membersand + w Js. day last Sunday when B. T. U. ......................_........... 631: Church are observing Woman'sDay
9.13 as week. the. laymen took complete chargeof Sunday, Oct. 22.
friends as well were inspired morning and evening ser Interest continues to mount In
by the potent remarks delivered the Woman's Day N. Maxwell will
vices. It is good to see the laymen the approaching Mrs. Dorothy
by Rev. A. C. McQueen, guest in action, concerning the at Temple. This week the COMmIttee be the morning speaker. She is
minister for revival service To worship of Almighty God. met to arrange the' program a native Mlamian, a graduate of
cu'minate these services Sunday, : .. and to further plans for South Carolina State where she
Oct. 15 was observed as Baptismal This Sunday we will hear the bazaar on Monday, Oct. 30, received an A. B. degree. She
Day tor the 8 converts. The ;:;- brief reports from the: following tind for the annual dinner on received her M. A. degree from

revival and baptismal services persona, concrnlng recent educa Saturday, Nov. 4. The ladles are Boston University.
were far reaching approaches in tional and Interracial meetings: putting forth every effort to
adeeming, the souls of those Elder G. Galdwlns: Elder J. Pat make this a memorable occasion .Mrs, Maxwell is a member' of

who attended. ten, Deacon H. Higgs, Johnnie and the men have promised to Mt. Zion Baptist Church a
'. Strachan, and Henry WilliamsJr. back them all the day. member of Delta Sigma Theta
The congregation la now look .. She has taught at Douglas Elementary
ing ahead to the Men's Day I Members of the Order of school, Dorsey and at

drive that will end in November. .1 t..i" j The morning sermon will be, Love and Charity will hold their 'I present she is head of the Eng
Everyone ia urged to cooperate II' 1", "For Those Who Witness a Memorial Services 2:30 p.m. lish department at Northwestern
with the men as they launch out .. Love That Suffers For Others." Sunday at Temple.Ebenezer High school, Mrs. Maxwell will
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into this financial campaign I -- The E'ders will have their speak on, "New Dimensions in

Sunday School officers im I Mm.. Jessie Giles, popular and I monthly meeting after the morning Women Womanhood."
Th active president of the No. service. Let every Elder be
friends to very be
all members and speaker will
plore 2 auxiliary board of Greater present.All Raise $5,051 The evening
attend the Sunday School science teacherat
as often a* possible for it is Bethel\ AME Church and memberof I. members are urged to attend I I i Mrs.Maya N. Dove High. Mrs. Dove will
other clubs and organ commit
through Christian training that many church faithfully during Thanks to all of "Crystaiuing ana
in the tation to the city and especiallythe tees, captains, members a n dfriends. speak on of
adequately Status
we can grow to attend this time of year, as we emphasize Making Concrete The
various groups who
Also participants
knowledge of God and abolish during the anniversary in a Changing Societe"Mre
annoying perplexities in our her board's annual Harvest our loyalty Elder J. D. Fan. had a part in making our Wo. Women
Tea. The date is Sunday, Nov drive success the Wo.
chairman man's Day program a Louise Culver,
lives 12, from 4 to 6 p.m. in the lei Is doing a fine and Job aa he Is re Special thanks and congratulations man's.Day chairman, has shown
BAPTIST beautiful church basement. During of the drive, from to our guest speaker, I her ardent zeal in making this

NEW BETHEL I the tea Mrs. Auxiliary Board celving exclent assistance Keep>> it upl I Mrs. Leenette Pennington! for one of the greatest Woman's
1571 N.W. 68th Terrace No. 2 will: be crowned. Contestants the fellow that wonderful address, "The Day at Trinity
Rev. Ernest Williams pastor are Mrs. Alice Jones and M. Role of Women in a Changing
Deacon Fred Williams reporter Mrs. bona Bucholtz, Mrs. SusieW ST. MARY'S C. W. World."

Sunday School . . 9:30: Francis is toa and contest E. A. Culmer, pastor I am deeply grateful to every. UnionThe
Morning worship . 11:00 chairman. Baldwin Hepburn, S. Dawklns, reporter one for the cooperation shownin Ushers'
Evening worship . . 7:30 along with many of the city tal Sunday Mrs. School . . 9:45 order to make this a success Union Association
zatlons, extends a cordial Invl- Morning worship . . 11:00 ful event. Ushers' Baptist
The Ministers' and Deacons'Union ent'ed will appear on program. Mrs. Eve. will meet at New Hope
Evening worship . T5SO: Congratulations to 13th St. and let
of the Atlantic Coast Baptist lyn; Brown who was crowned Church, corner
Association will convene at Church of The Open Door Sunday, Oct. 8. St. Mary's had "Miss Ebenezer, for 1961." place, Oct. 22 at 3 p.m.
New Bethel, Oct. 26 through the Woman's Day pro-
its annual Total receipt was will be between
27th. You and friends are inn. ,..Y. (Congregational) Mrs Lucille Milton was In The program Senior
vited to attend all our services. '- Rfty. H. C. McDowell pastor gram. the morning service. Thanks again for the oppor New Hope and St Luke
of ( Js asking
A. E. McNeal, reporterThe Mrs. Gloria M. tunity to serve you. May God ushers The president
Please visit the sick and shut The speaker was inspiringand bless you all. all members to be out.
members of Robinson who gave an
Ins. pastor and Mrs. Geneva Murray,
I The Church of The Open Door timely address. chairman David Hudson, president
wish to thank all friends who Mrs. Myrl Gibson was In Dorothy Major, reporter
ST. JAMES A. M. E. service Rev. Frank Cambridge, our
helped' to make the Rosa Page charge of the evening district superlntendant, will hold Rev Samuel, pastor
Rev M. McNeal Harris, minister Welch concert a huge success. Mrs. Lona Simmons, guest speaker quarterly conference ---"-" -,.
Sunday School . . .:10 Those who bought tickets and delivered a dynamic message his fourth business meeting
Morning worship . 11:00 those who joined with our choirto which was well received. Oct.will be 22.held The at 6 p.m. All members BroadwayExtravaganza

Last Sunday the 13th annual form the chorus for the af The pastor, officers and mem. of the conference are askedto

Woman's Day Observance was fair.Miss Welch was pleasedwith beN wish to thank both speakers have their reports ready
held with Miss' Ethel Grice, gen the response given her by and all the participants on the Choir No. 2 will have charge
rral chairman, Mrs. Martha the audience.' She wag church presented and program, and pray that God of class meeting Tuesday night. Nov. 30B.
flowers from the showered on
Nicholson, co-chairman. richest blessings
Gamma -Hho:Sorority WASHINGTON
I Blgniar T.
The program was one of the ThA clubs of the church arezoing all.Let us pray for and visit our I DON'T COST THEY PAY
\best in the historyof the church. in full blast Circle No. II, I shut-ins. AUDITORIUM I

Mrs. Gloria D. Robinson, delivered Miss Enid Curtis, met in the MIAMI TIMES ADS --
a most Inspiring addressand church lounge Monday night. CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP -- J.I J.
the total program was a Circle No. 1, Mrs, Thena Crow II J i H !r1!" iN U JI 111 SlJ'WWr'1----- ---
grand IUCCe818. er, president, met at the home of 220 N.W. 20th Street I
Sunday, Oct. 22 will mark the Mrs. Ann Lindsey Rackard Elder G. U. Fann, pastorSister Jl-50
close of another conference Tuesday night. Mary Browder, reporter and I TV Service Calls
leadership will have its to come
year's work under the The Couples Club We invite you
of Rev. and Mrs. II. McNeal Initial meeting of the year in worship with o..
recreation room of the Educational Sunday School 'i" 10:00: ALL MODELS rLUS PAnTS
Harris. the MAKES-
Building. All couples Morning worship . 11:30Pilgrim ALL
At 11 a m., music will be rendered are invited 7 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. LARRY'S T.V.
by the Youth Choir, directed Timothy Williams, president. -
by Mrs. Ann Smith. The pastor Fellowship will! sponsor WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS
will speak from the subject Sunday, October 22, 11 a.m. I'arty for the REPAIRSWe
"Paul Moves Toward Jerusa la Loyalty Day with annual roll a Pre-Halloween and members on the RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO
lem." call. All members are asked to youth Sell Used TVs on Credit
Monday night the church will be present The service to answer opportunities to your I church 62nd Street OX 1-8024
name. N.W.
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and wife
honor the pastor be consecrated
Mem commitments will .. J TI rr I IT
Service }
I Appreciation I Drive Carefully A _illr Ui't1fiTri::
bers friends and strangers
requested to worship with us Friday, Oct. 27, 7 p.m. the .

Sunday and attend th appreciation ,

service. BENEFITSfor

Work In New
Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor you every day 1'-'i

Phyllis Myers, reporter
Sunday School . . 9:45 and Mother's Helpers, Cooks AccidentTo P? fir
Morning service . . 11:00 For Sickness or

BTU ..... ...... ...... . 5:30 Housekeepers etc. Replace Your Salary
Evening service . . 7:00 ,
When Hospitalized

We are praying for all the sick -

to have a speedy recovery. Round For Men Up To
Visitors are always welcometo Excellent Live-in Positions, Year week
come and worship with us at $100 per

any time. Private Homes
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healer and .- Hospitalizations From Birth to Age 85

teacher Free Medical! Up to $200 Surgical BenefitsUp

If yon are sick ,r to $24 First 3 days-$12 Next 97 Day
NO DEPOSIT! Endowment at Age 18
a n d worried Educational Policy-

don't fan to see NO REGISTRATION! j Grandpa and Grandma Special-Ages up to 85

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MARY ANN FISHERThe Personal Mention INVITE: .' .

Airman Vincent R. Cooper, son
of Mrs. Dorothy V. Cooper, 1445 YOUR COMPARISONSparkling
\ Ray Charles "Find"You'll NW 69th St., is an air policemanat

thrill to her sweet voice on "I Can't Take It," Francis E. Warren AFB, -

f "Forever More", "Only Yesterday," 'Traveling Light. Wyo. clean CEfS home, top location. Only

Plus many more favorites Airman Jeesie L. Fussell, $9,500 full price. $500 down, no closing costs.-No
i whose wife, Evelyn, and mother qualifying
Admission: Friday and Sunday $1.25 Mrs. F'.orine: W. Fussell, resideat
Saturday $1.50 6320 NW 13th court, and
Airman Jesse J. Jenkins son of
Make Table Reservations NOW Mr. and Mrs Sol Jenkins of OPEN 1.5 P.M. SUNDAY
14225 Jefferson, Richmond Hts., 1068 NW 77th STREET

recently completed basic military Gorgeous CBS home beautiful to $400 down
.. .. training at Lackland AFB, Tex see.
i/ Fussell Is being assigned to Elgin 'Only $69 a month No closing costs.

t ') !: AFB, Fla., and Jenkins to
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Airman Fussell is a graduate NIGHTS SUNDAYS WEEK DAYS
of Northwestern High.

FINDER The fetter was ,iljjned I "Red."
,I Red Is Master Sgt. Samuel S. H.
I Holmes. If you have any kids
i \ I clothes, don't throw them away, "Cream of The Crop"
1. ERIC mall them to Sgt Holmes, RA
: SIMPSON, managing The affair was grand.
If I editor of the Florida Star, took 34057145, Det. K (Prov) KMAG
I time out between editions to do APO 31 San Francisco, Cal 2-6
IT HAS OFTEN; been said, do CBS HomesOpen.. p.m.FHA ..
;, the night spots last weekend something bad, print a story Or if they are left at the Miami
'1 The King 0' Hearts' floor show concerning an affair or person Times I will personally see that APPROVED MORTGAGE
{, ..I' acclaimed much attention last and let one statement be false, they are mailed at my expense. %
r weekend. A petite vocalist from LOW DOWN PAYMENT
brother, will hear from It
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Delldo Club, with her special CWr.4---4 I
for some time. Out of the many
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show card of Sammy Moore, received a letter saying
and Dave Prater Betty Ad. thanks" for the first time In many Duplex, new 2 large bed 771 NW 47th STREET

ger and Bernard English, were moon It was from June McRae. rooms, 1540 N.W. 55th Ter. 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, A-l shape. Can be used for in.
host to Carol Brice, popular She !said thanks, and glad to be :
down Mo.
singer from Cat and Fiddle ClubIn home. FOR SALE come. $14,350, $500 $82 per

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TUB JIMMY BARLYS' party DO GOOD DKPT: Wo are in 1430 NW 59th St. 4601 NW 8th AVENUE
was In full
swing. Among the gay
receipt of a letter that tells of the
group at King 0' Hearts were hardships caused by the Korean 2161 Lovely corner home. Garage, hardwood floors, tile
NW 59th St.
Vivian Spivey, Lottie Phillips, War on many thousands of boys roof, $400 down. 'No extras.
Mr. and Mrs. Richmond Cherry, and girls who ;lost their parentsas 1426 NW 58th Ter.
Betty Moye, the Earnest Williams a result of this tragic war. ....--. --.
( and Beatrice Mayes A group of American servicemen 1232 NW 55th St.
Rosetta Smith, popular barmaidat stationed there have banded together 5330 NW 9th AVENUE

7th her Ave.birthday Satellite: there Bar, Tues celebrated and are trying to make 3 bedroom, 2 baths, garage, Gorgeous, Fla. room, garage, owner just reduced

day evening. They say It was for this the Christmas children,a little merrier Florida room, kitchen all price. ,$81 per month. .

swinging all nlte long. Congrats electric. ..... ....
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ern Star chapter 24 Hair Style putting forth lo help these poor Corner lots for sale terms 1786 NW 47th TERRACEA
I and Fashion Show at Liberty kids, our big problem is to find'I
,, Square auditorium were Matalle clothing to keep them warm We build on your lot real beauty, 2 Fla. rooms, carporte, partly furn.,
Grant's model, Debris Trappial, So, I'm asking you to help us In NO MONEY DOWN $350 down, $67 per month.
from Steen's 15th Ave. Beauty thlj worthwhile cause. Believe
Salon winning: first prize: 2nd me some of these kids look like Cash paid for your lot ....----.--..
to Earnestlne Wilson of Wilson's little ragged dolls. Please, BARON
Beauty Salon and 3rd to Stylist don't send money. We need 743 NW 77th STREET
Effle at Catherine Beauty Salon. clothing: and shoes more than JK 8-1340 JE 2-4848
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