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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: October 28, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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39TH YEAR, No. 9 MIAMI FLORIDA
1r SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961 J 10 PAGE -10 CENTS


y /, 'AFRICAN ZULU WINS





q Yt NOBEL PEACE PRIZEAlbert r


John Luthull of Jo discrimination has always' advocated
hannesburg, South Africa, has nonviolent methods.The .
r been awarded the Nobel Peace award does not set so
rI Prize for 1960, but does not well 'with South Africa's segre- 1 y
rf I know if he would be permittedto gationists. Whether Luthull will 1
go to Europe to collect the be released for the Journey to
$43,640.Thn Europe depends on the decision
f 62-year-old' Zulu ex-chief of Interior Minister Jan de n
:and former leader of the out' Klerk..
awed African National Congresshas !!
ived In virtual exile on a naMve In a telephone interview witha
rM reserve farm since the government nowa correspondent Luthul Ellr I r ,
put a ban on him and said he was proud to 'learn of
a'BO' on the congress after the the award, "not because this .
riot In SharpevlMe! last year. honor bas been done me''bt' alsp
to my country and my 'people)
Luthuli has led In the r.trugglo o peclally those who have fought
--- for freedom for the blacks In .and suffered In the struggle for '"
Miss Alpha Petite and South Africa., He has suffered the emancipation of South Africans Aramls Fouche chairman
charming Oracle Lewis. Miami imprisonment! along with others from the bonds of fear of the board ; George R. .
graced the prizewinning float but In the fight against racial I and injustice," Vaughns, president, and Rev. Lawrence Thomas, publiC' .
trimmed by the members of the II I The 1961 peace prize was affairs director, all officers of Trans-Bay Federal Savings
Beta Nu Chapter of Alpha Phi posthumously awarded to the and Loan Association Northern California's largest. Ne-
Alpha fraternity during home for 1961-62 She's a graduate late Dag Hammarskjold, Swed.
coming festivities at Fla. & and Northwestern High School In ish UN secretary-general who gro business with assets of over $20,000,000, greeted the

M University. The elementary ed-I Miami-FAMU photo by Horace was killed in a plane crash in Honorable James C. Evans, Councillor (OSD) Manpow
ucatlon major is "Miss Jones Jr. Africa recently. er, Department of Defense, Washington, D. C. on his arrival

I in San Francisco during his official. tour of Northern

California. He is escorted by ihis Naval Aide, Lt. Commander
Dennis D. Nelson




MIAMI NEEDS MORE POLICE .


.Due to many of its officers be. Doard is now accepting applicant I
? M. lug called back In the armed ,.. B from all over the- state J
forces, the Miami Police Depart I
1 R 7S r R ment is short about 25 police Application blanks may be
picked up at Dinner Key or by
men.Many local young men have writing the Miami Civil Service
been taking the examination! but Hoard, Box 33.708, Miami 33,
y r a R 1A only a few can pass. The need is 1
j Fla.Pay
so critical that the Civil Service starts at $340 a month


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Numbers Raiders Strike 1first


More than $1,000, including
II $650 stuffed in a gas heater,
-- __
___ .- : wan confiscated by state and
county police Tuesday in a bo-
lila raid at 3791 NW 34th t.
James Robert Edwards, 54.
his wife Ruth, and George Edward
Walker. 28. 'were chanted
,. .. with gambling 'aqd possessing
Gamma Zeta Omega the MIami portunity to visit the 'proJects of Clarke chairman; Alice Harrison Ickets. They were arrested when
the
officers crashed.Into the
chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha the Local chapter the centerfor co-chairman; Ruby Mizell, bedroom home. two.

Sorority, wan hostess to Eta deaf children at Floral secretary and Edna Williams I The raiders seized three adding
Eta Omega In Fort Pierce, Zeta Heights Elementary and the baslleus. machines, more than 300
Rho Omega Fort Lauderdaleand AKA room at Christian Hospital. bolita pads, and assorted gambling
Zeta Tau Omega, West Alpha Kappa Alpha florors are equipment.It .
The day was one of work,ua now looking toward to nextyear' wwi the third raid In five
Palm Deach for the second an.
nual neighborhood meeting, held and comradeship, which left a meeting in West Palm days Metro police caught up
.
with $26,000 operation in the
Oct. 21, glaem in the eyes of each fcoror. Beach with Soror Clayton Coleman city limit on Thursday and .,

IySoror Lujette Crank,..regional For such'a successful event orchids chairing the Zeta Tau cracked down On" small try
director from Atlanta, Inspired go. to Sorore Charlotte: Omega, hostess, chapter. number setup on Saturday. 1 yp
the large group with here
address which was centered
around the national theme; "As
'
eesslng The Strength of Alpha d FY i al r w
Kappa Alpha In The Sixties.: Nan Pleads Guilty to$ Murder

The Mamye workshop Williams, directed was also by Soror gear* S'py'/1Q'M' 1IY

,
ed toward the national theme I ifI I
but with emphasis on the neigh Edmund Demerltte, 35, Christie's Circuit Court In the first degree murder In the killing -
borhood. NW lit court pleaded I killing of Miss Carolyn J. Hook r which occurred on the morn*
second degree murder 112'1! er. 23, 420 NW 9th st. Demerltte lag of May 3 In an alley on NW
The visiting Borors had an op day morning in Judge was originally charged with 4th area Demerltte pleaded not
guilty to the first degree murder
charge, but upon advice of ? I
his attorneyu changed his plea: ,

USe Blasts S. Africa's Race degree rd Wednesday l'e murder.?ullty to plea.The guilty state to accept.second

Miss Vivian White of 1319 NW

Judge Christie announced that 68th St., is one of the contestants
Bias in United NationsUnited he wI 1 conduct a presentenceInvettUntlon
before sentencing vying title for in the the "Miss Faahlonetta Falh.10neUa" 1
Dermrltte. Under the lair, Demerltte
Contest. Mtas White Is now an /
Nations N.Y. The policies. It would "produce a (situation pose the policy of apartheid," car) be sentenced to a ETV aid at Northwestern High
United States accused South which would rock the en. I Plimpton said. "We believe that term of from 20 yeans to...life.,.. school. However she has done
Africa Tuesday of "deliberately tire continent of Africa." all men were created equal In .. some modeling and ki still work.
flouting" the United Nations by Plimpton spoke In the second the eyes of God and should be I lag towards the goal or becom '
continuing lbs apartheid policies. day's debate on the controversial treated as equals: In the eyes of BLANKET WEATHER? ing a professional modeL Along "
"
subject In the 101-natlon law. A cold front will be moving Into with the modeling caner she
Delegate Francis T. P. Plimp committee. Strong attacks Plimpton said the United South Florida tonight. Aftera has Interests in the field of edu
ton warned the General Allemb.j against South Africa were made States was opposed to all forms few days of re'attvely mild cation. She was one of the brat
: ;', special political committeethat by the United Arab Republic"I weather the temperature Is ex to be accepted Into the Summer
unless the South African wish to state In unmistakable of discrimination and deliberate
peeled to drop into the 60's to. Sessions at the University of W
government dropped Its racial terms that we actively op deprivation of human rights night ami.

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I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA ferencen members and already good for 60 yards and a TD. The Miami Homecoming
Inquiries are beginning to come conversion. was missed.
PAGE 2 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961 in about this game. Stanton took the lead in the TonightA
In the Dig Nine North Confer. second period on a 24-yard pass
Howard of Ocalais from Hodges to Glenn Williams.
---- ence, Academy than
40,000
leading with three conference Another pass, Hodges to Reubin crowd; of more
wins and no defeats and Northwestern Leonard added the point. will see the University of Miami
I Sports Happenings and Gilbert of Jacksonville BTW tallied, again in the third North Hurricanes Carolina battle tonlte in powerful MLamI'sHomecoming
II have two wins without a stanza when Allen Hooks broke football battle In
conference defeat. Lincoln' of over center and ran 25 yards
lly K, II. McLIN ,ore" of the state in football. Thiss hassee are close behind the for the touchdown., ending a 55 the Orange Bowl
a game that every team in the Gainesville and Lincoln of Talla- yard drive. I The stage is all set for a bitter
HIGH SCHOOL SCORES two conferences look forward to leaders of the North Conference battle. The Tar Heels are coming
North Dado 25 . Bibbs 14, playing in at the end of the *ea. The defending champions, Thunderbirds DownSt. here with one of their finest
'Carver T . . Middleton 7 Carver High .of Miami Is on top teams in four years, seeking to
Marshall 30 . . Plnellaa 6 son.The championship Play-Off of the pile at this writing with avenge stinging defeats suffered
Mays 40 . . Dunbar 0 frame is retatlv&ly-new and quitea five wins, one tie and no defeats. Pete 25-12 at the hands of the Hurricanestwo
New Stan. 13..BTW (Miami) 12 lot of ) have to be years in a row.
things wild}
:NHS 34 . . Roosevelt 0 Northwestern of Miami with The North Dade High Thunderbirds -
worked out to the satisfaction of nine conference teams schedule of Opa Locka defeated The Hurricanes, themselves
Most of the high school l, foot- both conferences before it can might overtake Carver even Glbbs High of St. Petersbug 25- will be seeking to move back in.
take its place as one of the top defeatedby the national football picture.An .
to
'ball teams of the state have though they have been 12 last Friday night in the Sun
football attractions of the coun. of upset win for Miami coulddo
reached the halfway mark in the champions, because shine City.Bulls .
their 1961 schedule and the records try, which I am certain it is des paying more conference games, just that as the Hurricaneswill
are beginning to separate tined to become. that Is should they continue to be meeting the team that
'the boys from the men. With the The West Coast Game Officials win the rest of their conference CrushRoosevelt turned in one of the year's big
numerous high school elevens Association had its regular bimonthly games. upsets by knocking off Maryland
ocr the state that are divided meeting Sunday eveningOct. 34.0 and erasing the Terps from
Into ten conferences that com 22 at the Howard Blake Stanton Noses their No. 10 ,national ranking.
prise somA 95 teams, it is almostan High School with President The Northwestern Bulls overwhe -
Impossibility to tail which is "DlJ:" Jim Williams presiding.Most "med the Maroon Devils of Hornets andMiddleton
the best! high school team in the of the evening was spent BTW 13-12 Roosevelt High School of West
state The Florida Interscholas- reviewing the handling of the 7' Palm Beach 34.0 Saturday nightat ,BattleTo
tic Athletic Association, with 7 game played last weekend be. The Stanton High Blue Devilsof Miami Stadium.It .
Wilts Alexander as executive tween the Carver Hornets, 1960 Jacksonville, nosed out the was homecoming for the 7.7 Tie
secretary, aside from groupingthe State Champions of Miami and Dooker T. Washington Tornadoes Bulls.
teams into conference have the Middleton: High Tigers of 13.12 Friday night at MIami The fasting of Querterback Ernest The Carver High Hornets and
also specified certain classes : Tampa bv association IOr lc a's. Stadium. Smith, aided the Bulls In Middleton High, Tampa battledto
that the teams are playing under. It was a very good game of Dooker T. scored first early in scoring in every period. Smith a hard fought 7.7 tie Fri.
Topping the state in class division I bail, that meant a lot to both the opening period .on a 36-yard tVllEd on three keeper plays of day night in Tampa. It was the
first blemish on the Hornets'perfect
teams in the conference. from quarterback Willie
are the Big Nine North pass 16, 14 and 55 yards each. record.
and South Conferences This does I After listening to the pros and Edwards to end Henry King,
t 66) -yard drive The point Halfback: Lawrence Long scored
ending a
not by any stretch of the imagination cons of the officials who work.
ed the game and those who witnessed was no good. on a 11 yard handoff from
mean that the best
school high same, the West Coast Later in the same period Stan- Smith and quarterback Aaron kicked four of the five conversions. .
teams In the are in the I
big, Nine- North and South Con flame Officials Association concluded ton tied the score on a pass 'Persons passed to halfback Ernest Roosevelt's deepest paneetration I
ferences. As I have watched the that the "mechanics" of from quarterback Tracey Hodgesto Hobbs for 35 yards for the into the Bulls' territorywas
teams In all sections of the state the officiating was poor and end Dernard Gregg, which was final TD. End Bobby Black down to their 38.
play the that since executive secretary -- - -- -
over I can recall
years 1<'
.. -LlJ'II
when the Union Academy teamat Wilts Alexander of the FIAA -
Bartow, Lincoln Memorial, witnessed this game too, they
Palmetto: Llnco'n Park Academy I+I requested the writer who Is dls.
Ft. Pierce; Euclid High, trlct commissioner to invite Mr. H
Deland and Carver Heights, regular meeting and express to ANOTHER "FIRST" FOR
.Leesburg had teams that were the conference his views about
better than anything in the Big this particular game.
Nine North and South Conferences Alexander, to attend their next
but since they were not in Committee reports revealed
the same classification why that preparations for the Seniorpa
there was no way of telling who Christmas Day, are Just Florida RealtyTenants
the state champion really were. t' Bowl game to be played in Tarn-
However within the last three about complete. All boys in the
years members of the Big Nine senior classes in the high
North and South have worked schools on the West Coast are
out a plan, whereby the top Invited to play in this game.Last V .
teams In their respective conferences year promotion of, this'
meet at the close of the I IVegUlar game attracted attention from V.
season for the "top, hon' several collegiate football con

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in SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961 PAGE 3

Big "N" Classic
Around Miami
Throughout the current foot
NOTES ON ORANGE BLOSSOM
ball season attention has been I
centered on the local gridiron
elevents. However most of this CLASSIC /PARADE AND FLOATSThe
attention has been directed towards By DAVE BONDU BatIT'S
the powerful Stingareea of I, I annual Orange Blossom i,ness or other group who's floator
Miami High. In the meantimethe Classic Festival and celebrationwill unit ha not been confirmed
North Dade Thunderbirds be held tills year on Saturday by Nov. 18 will not be permitted
have been moving steadily along Doc. t. The Florida A and to enter the l grade. This rule
THIS WEEK we'UlIIOrt of leave NICE TO know that therear
demolishing its opponents This H Rattlers and an outstanding will! be strictly enforced, and will
the and officials nice people still
County City some very opponent, selected on the bash not bo relaxed for ..
Saturday the Thunderbirds will anyone.All
alone and go to some of the "milling around" in Miami .
of Its record will be featured In
floats must be attractively
KO against Northwestern, another things about well, just Our good Dr. James Lindsay and
local the football game that Saturday decorated, In a first class man.
team that deserves
recognition things like the Dig Show this his lovely wife have adopted a night at Miami's Orange Bowl. ncr and must represent a worth-
ass a power weekend at the Knight Beat. lltt'e baby boy. This two-yeard while addition to the parade, In
Perhaps the only comparison The Glass will present the Hot is named Kirkland Michael CLASSIC PARADE AT 12:30 order to be.. entered In., the parade.
that cnn be drawn between the Papa Turner family in some especially Lindsay.MARIETTA'S. The giant classic parade will Any float not meeting tho
two teams would
be to look
at funny skits such as be held that afternoon at 12:30. minimum standard, in decorationand
their performance against Car "Lucy's Wedding Day", "Ooga, Guest House in The parade this year, Is expectedto attractiveness, will not be
ver, considered by many to be Ooga" (whatever that means) Nassau la making a special offer be the greatest In the historyof permitted to enter the parade.
the best local high school eleven. and on the following Friday for the Thanksgiving holidays, ; the event. All Interested' << persons are urged
Northwestern lost to the Hornet night, the Fabulous Bobby Mar. $10 for three days. of this
per person All organizations, schools, bus. to kindly take note no.
190. North Dade on the chan and his famous Clowns for Arrangements can be made at finesses'! and all other groups that tics and govern themselves ac
other hand battled Carver In three days. I'm more than sure North's Travel Bureau I've hada would like to enter floats or oth cording-. Further. Information
the flrct half: by the tune of 77. that's one show you won't miss. dozen inquiries: about Mayme er units In the parade, must re may be obtained from the ChiefParade
Neverthe'ess, because of a phy because she hasn't been seen celve official permission, and Marshall.
sisal col'apse, the Hornets came l'H)':'M'Y tL the Week around. She has been quite ill, have their float or unit confirmed Signed t
out Buccevful over the Thunder Evelyn Lyles O'De-11 Pretty but is doing, fairly well now. : << by the Chief Parade Marshall, Elliott J. Pleas
birds :3M2. Boy of The Week: Walter Poole Thanks to you who Inquired and Elliott J. Pieze, at the downtown Chief Parade Marshal
With the season a little over Man About Town: Johnny came by to see her Attention office of the Miami Times, 1112 Orange Blossom
half gone Northwestern has a Ware (Private Eye). folfers: Miami Springs Cad NW 3rd Ave., FR .2230 not Classic Pnrade
record of six wins and one lost dv, Plnetree, is in Jackson Hos later than Saturday, Nov. 18. 1112 NW 3rd Ave
while North Dade has a recordof CONNIE FARMER has Inormed pital. Send him a card or pay Any organization,, school,, bust- NJHI
five wins and two ,losses. A me that their Saturday him a visit for he needs cheeringup.
win bv North Dade would place Might Fish Fry will be moved to He will not be able to caddy
them back in the running for Wednesday nights at Baker's again b"cruse his leg was am I
the cltv crown. Therefore, North Famous Corner. All the tree fish nutated. We are all sorry to hear
Dade will go into this game witha you can eat. Connie is also this ',.,\UIIl'\ he always had a nice A
lot to Rain. North Dade also thinking of having a Twist con word for everyone.
'
hI'''' the material to come out of test where the prizes will be tall 0
this came victorious. William bottles of Paul Mas&onV Cham .THAT'S IT FOR this w ek. ;/ i
Rvan. their feet end has pagne. Like the Class, Connie is Till the next one Live life, .
rautrht an average of two touch. 'always trying to figure out every Golden Minute of it. Peace] ,
down passes per game with a something in the Lib City area
total of tpn touchdown passe for for his customers at Baker's Footbal Scores
the IIII'''"on. Of course, the other Famous Corner. No wonder
half of this combination is a Tenn. A&I 28 . Cen (O.) 13
so"edy nuirterhack by the name OVER IN THE Brown Sub arM Howard (Ala.) 20 . Delta 14
of David Dwight. These two will Napoleon Reed is still packing N.C. A&T 27 . W. Salem 20
give' Northwe"tern'a lot of the Beach crowds into 4 the Va. Tech 20 . . Virginia 0 the English'
trouble in Miami Stadium Satur Hampton House' As I am told, S.C. State 20 . Ft. Valley 6Voorhees
rtaw evening the show is wonderful There 12 . Ed. Waters 8
Freddie KInnebrew, their terrific la a new drink coming to your Ky State39 . Mor. Brown 14 cool!
linebacker who had 17 local pubs. Paul Maroon's Cham. Dlllard 28 . Texas Col. 12 keep so
tackles and seven against GIbbs agne, direct from California. Ilamp. Inst. 6 . Vt. St. 01uefte'd
High of St Petersburg ,last Fri. To get on a champagne kick Is 19 W Va. St. 0
day night will prove to be a not costly: in fact the pricesof ElIz. City 12 . St. Paul 8 sow."tt.
headache for Northwestern's Paul Masson's is II low that J. C. Smith 12 . Shaw 9
hacks I; can't even give you the figure. Southern U. 17 . Jackson 7
Del. St. 6 . Morgan St. 3
There i k! no doubt that the Right now they are making it a
Ala. A&M 40 . Knoxvllle 7
game will be an exciting on*. more or less !introductory of.
One that will provide the fans rer". Besides the Paul Masson'aChampagne Lincoln 20 . Wayne (Nb) 13
with an entertaining evening. there is the CrackIng Ark. AM&N 7 . . Wiley 7
Rose (pronounced Rose-ray)
"Home James" and tho Creme Sherry. Ask for TV NOT WORKING? Free estimate -
come next time you're buying. If you live in Liberty City
Vaughan Orders You'll like It. or Oiownsvllte, we will repairon GORiQNLED.
credit.' Pay weekly. Rowing
"Cadillac" After IIERE'B A HOT ONE Thura. TV 6962 NW 18th! Ave OX
day night Nov. 2 a group of 19426. fad
TKO in 4th Miami ,_. _.
people are gathering at the -- --
fly STANLEY SWEETING Carver Hotel around 9 p.m. v irL .t .
to form a olub called "The Ex' i 0NDRYalLw
Apparently the busiest man to Emplyees of the Sir John
enter the Sir John Arena Mon.
can at
Hotel. The only way you
day night was refereeEddie Join the club Is to have been employed -
Eclcert. nut despite his swash
at the Sir John. They are
buckling, busy evening of
planning: to hold their first club
counting out two.tlme.lnJplred dance at the Sir John. For fur.
and ambitious young fighters he
call
ther information, you may
never marred his handsome Delores Coffee at FR M6337"*' .4
looks nor ruffed his ability asa ....
fight official the ring's

third man.Thanks STRAIGHTENYOUR (mix Cordon's gin in a tall
to this ability, the life role of appeaser wnen, In the ,
of two men might have been fourth round of the main pre. HAIR
saved each after four roundsof liminary David Oator, 140, rest. iced drink-andyou will, too!)

fighting. ed on the 6th Amendment had at HOME In one May appllcitlonl!
The much.ballyhooed main go refused to answer the fifth
principal, Willie (Cadillac) round against his antagonist Or- hair You the have safo.natural-looklnretralfht SILKY STRATB MTuti IIBIM m. w MS MITM smut nmut rtoti MM N Pt00t /. '

James, succumbed early in the vllle Buchner 147, who tried to way. Your hAir stays straight for ..tssndtnwatt .t...antr...nOlllCI"t u
fourth canto of a scheduled 8* 'ncrlmlnate- Oater after 1:36: of month, won't to back even when IC II I
round tilt, after the veteran the round Unlike the Cadillac wtt. Easyto-follow direction forprofeasiooal
Isaac Vaughan his opponent, Kid Gator decided to turn "turn- -like revults. ,
smashed a vicious right cross to coat" and landed in a position FOR WOMENt Gentle Strength I Ii
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Dut the mandatory eight 134 in the opener. _.
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Eckert could tee no evidence r-- ITo I
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nAIlTIl C. REEVES, Editor .. -.
Managing Blue .. ::0.-
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TWO BISHOPS' -- ELECTED Jackie Wilson BootsSizes

Ye Editor attended the Special Convention of the
Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Florida held in to fit all feet
St. Luke's Cathedral, Orlando, October 1920. Purpose of Black Bone Green 2 9 9
this covention was to elect two Suffragan Bishops to assist Medium and EEE widths sizes 5.11 .
the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, bishop of this fast'grow Regular $5.00 Value
ing Diocese.A .
capacity congregation was present at Evensong on
Thursday and also at the Holy Communion on Friday

morning. t +
There were 27 nominees for the office of Bishop. d
Ven. John E. Culmer, D.D., rector of St. Agnes Church,
Miami, being .among them. I
Fr. Culmer's' nomination was made by the Rev. I
Theodore Gibson, rector of Christ Church, Coconut Grove. I
In nominating him Fr. Gibson said: "I hail with no small
measure of pleasure the opportunity and privilege to
place in nomination for Suffragan Bishop of the Dioceseof
South Florida the name of a dedicated priest whose
shining record is outstanding in parish, community, dio- .
cese, state and nation."
The nomination was quite an honor for Fr. Culmer
who has served the Diocese of South Florida for more
than 41 years and is now nearing retirement age. Boys & Girls Dress School Styles!
The elected bishops .are: The Rt. Rev. James Dun-
can, rector of St. Peter's Church, St. Petersburg, who is
expected to serve on the East Coast and the Rev. William
Loftin Hargrave, LL.B., executive secretary ,and actuaryof
:
the Diocese, who will probably' serve on the West Coast. 1-99 s.

One of the topics being discussed this week i IF the
news on Tuesday that the state has leased 25,313 acres of
Ift'-. ........ <,..',
land in the South '
Everglades to Aerojet General : > vRyf
at the '
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f:lt
This firm is said to .. ,. ".tit. : '. 4
be the country's leading developer ("" 'J; "'''.'S; ;
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of rocket propulsion systems. Should the company locate '
in South Dade, it will mean a boom not only for
Dade County but for Florida. sizes 81/x-3

Genuine leather. These are normally priced at $4.00
Miami has a new vice squad headed by Capt. Cau-
dell and it is seeking ito clean up bolita and some other
forms of gambling, etc. This squad was appointed during
ness the absence in Chicago.of Chief Walter Headley. who was on busi- Childrens Tennis Oxfords.

The appointment did not meet Headley's approvaland
he would like to abolish it.
The Chief said he had talked with numerous police Sizes 5.3blue 117 0
chiefs over /the/ country and it was the observation that onlyvalues '' Genuine canvas. uppers'
based on other cities that "wherever there was a vice Full foam cushion
squad, there is always more gambling."
City Manager Melvin Reese and Mayor Robert King Machine washableMens
High are in favor of the vice squad. to $3.00
Mayor High said: My concern Is the elimination of I
vice .and, :Mr. Reese as City Manager and Safety Di-
rector is charged with accomplishing this result. Dress Liens Genuine
The City Manager has called upon Chief Headley to
cooperate with his appointee Chief Detective Oran Cau- to SHOES
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SHOW ATHAMPTON
Announcement was. printed'on the ticket ha*
SPORTS WORLD OVER HOUSENapoleon I!been changed / '. Temple. 2310 NW 58th St.
The Young Matrons Of Bethel
Donation 50 cents. Public in.
t Temple are sponsoring a Har 'vited.
By LEO B. ARMBRISTER
\ I ,vest Tea Sunday Oct. 29 at 4p.m. i Sister' Wallace, president;
to 6 The address that Doris Akins..
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MIAMI U. HAS BIG HOPES to humble submission in the ..';'
ring. Ray Robinson proved that
The University of Miami restedl -
he is still above the average
but not totally recovered young pug who would dare to put
from Its multi-Injured squad up hie dukes in his face.
takes on the University of North
Carolina this Friday. Miami And aa if to underline Ray's
along with the gay splendor of victory Archie Moore shredded
homecoming activities is expect, Rademacher who is at least 15 Y
ed to be geared to win this one.' years )his junior,

Win, lose or draw the Hurri- You have two powerful exception Th
canes will be depending stronglyon to the rule.
what miracle Mira can pro \ 0. a \a .\'
duce in his role as the generalof NEW YORK METS TO GET
this squad that really has not NEW'STADIUMThe '
been getting any smiles from &
"lady luck". Winning this one Mets New York's'gift tobaseball's Reed, Broadway and I ___ ____ ax :
National's will have a
can put them back on the roadto television star, has turned his
hlny new stadium seating capacity -
the of fine
completion a
very
and directing
talenttt to producing -
; 55,000, to start their 63
season. season In. The plans for this Is the' exciting show, "Swinging ; j !} 3 \
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SOUTHERN FAMU'S taking place with ground breaking Affairs of 1961, now appearingon
STRONGEST OPPONENT ceremonies this Saturday. the stage of the redecorated
Plans: incorporate for a flip-top Hampton House Club at 4200
... FAMU Ratters winning so decisively cover In case of. inclement NW 27th Ave. .c ,
as they have been doing weather.PPLICATIONS. In addition to Reed's appear. i\ e\
have nothing to worry about unless ance, the revue features dunces
It is the act of complacency; \ FOR CITY from the islands includingthe
BO far they have not met a team TOURNEY ARE OUT new Pachanga starring
that has shown any strength of Shon, master of rhythm interpretation i
Entry forms and rules for the
sort against them. This could be. 22nd annual City Tournament of I ; Monique Moutez lovely _
come a pattern taken for granted dancer from Jamaica; Dan Fon.
the Greater Miami Bowling Association
and when they tackle the are now available. Therewl I I tame, formerly with Larry
great Southern team from Steele's show, and Vanilla Williams ,
1 be team single and doubles
Louisiana Nov. 18 they may havea calypso sensation.
events, many, prizes and
many
rude awakening this thoughwe
; Producer Reed is
'' currently
awards in each of the three'
think, could not really hap. .
scheduling top llama stars for
:lapsEs: A, D and C in all events..
Jake, being too smart to al
pen For[ complete details contact Leo guest appearances at the new
low such a situation to domi House
Hampton Club, duringthe QL
\rmbrlster 1576 NW 58th St. or ,
nate. Thomas D. Cole, 300 PalermoAve. winter season. Shows are
MICHIGAN STATE STILL ., Coral Gables. now presented at 10:30: p.m. 1
and 12:30 a.m., with Myrtle
NO. 1Michiban BIO HOWLING TOURNEY Jones and'' her orchestra providing ,, : > :
State Is still out HERE JAN -13 music for dancing.The t\ ,
front of all the nation's football club's new policy la "no ,
teams after its come from behind Bowlers may get ringside seats admission: and no cover charge."
impressive drubbing of Notre to the greatest bowling show on There is a beverage minimum.
earth, when Bowling Proprietors'Association
Dame 17.7 last Saturday. Mississippi -
Texas, Alabama: and Tournament of America to All-Star Miami ----- ---- In Fine Whiskey. ,
comes
Iowa trailers in the first
were WILSON ItKXTALH LEAD
Beach Hall
Convention Jan. 3.
flve.UOIUNSON. KA'CULSIOR
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13.
{ FLEISCHMANN'Sis
AND MOORS Wilson Rentals came throughlast
The book of season tickets Thursday winning two
ENDURANCE TEST
GIVE
valued' at $52 for all regular 20 games and taking over sole possession
The theory that the strenous sessions will be Jsold' for. $35. of the league lead. Behind i I the BIG buy /I
l /
art of boxing Is for the agile This bargain price is good until them are three teams tied ..,rn..r
, youth was met with strong re. Nov. 15, after which tickets will for second place. They are Eastern !ltl
, versals this past week, when two be to.d: on a single session basis. Air Lines, American Furniture .
ancients of the profession bat The other group of tickets under and' TV and News Realty. I
tered their younger opponent In. the same regulations are $38 for In third place: Hagan and Fon. pRlJOF why
$25. da, with 12th Frame III Hatters 90
and The Independents tied for
fourth. The Olympics, fifth the /8 0
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Mnln Office at 0740 NW. 15th AVentte-Photte OX 1-0421 ;.
Branch at 1112 N.W. Third AW., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 82230II

10.: SK2ISMUXD ttEEVES, Editor and Publisher Black
GARTH C. REEVES, Managing Editor '
BlueBone
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Entered I's Second Class;; -Matter:August 0, 1027, At thY; t OfficeAt : . Miami Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876MfiuixM
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sizes 5-11
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
OXK YtiAll $5.00 SIX MONTHS $3.00 FOREIGN: $0.00
_.
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TWO BISHOPS' ., ELECTED Wilson Boots

Ye Editor attended the Special Convention of the
Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Florida held in Sizes to fit all feet
St. Luke's Cathedral, Orlando, October 19-20. Purpose of Black Bone Green 2 9 9
this covention was to elect two Suffragan Bishops to assist Medium and EEE width sizes 5-11 .
the Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttit, bishop of this fast'grow Regular $5.00 ValueBoys
ing Diocese.A .
capacity congregation was present at Evensong on
Thursday and also at the Holy Communion on Friday
morning. If
There were 27 nominees for the office of Bishop. 4
Vent John E. Culmer, D.D., rector of St. Agnes Church,
Miami, being 'among them.
Fr. Culmer's nomination wan made by the Rev.
Theodore Gibson, rector of Christ Church, Coconut Grove.In .
nominating him Fr. Gibson said: "I hail with no small
measure of pleasure the opportunity and' privilege to
place in nomination for Suffragan Bishop of the Dioceseof
South Florida the name of a dedicated priest whose
shining record is outstanding in parish, community, dio-
cese, state and nation."
The nomination was quite an honor for Fr. Culmer
who has served the Diocese of South Florida for more
than 41 years and is now nearing retirement age. & Girls Dress School Styles
The elected bishops ,are: The Rt. Rev. James Dun-
can, rector of St. Peter's Church, St. Petersburg, who is
.
expected to serve on the East Coast and the Rev William .tk7rf
Loftin Hargrave, LL.B., executive secretary ,and actuaryof .99 ? 5a'
the Diocese, who will probably serve on the West Coast. R .+

'. .,
One of the topics being discussed this week i if the 1f
news on Tuesday that the state has leased 25,313 acres of
land in the South Everglades to< Aerojet..General at the
rate of $2.60 per acre.
Aerojet is also trying to acquire 50,000 acres of private -
land and is offering $1,265,650 for it. r

This firm is said to be the country's leading developer rnrr .
of rocket: propulsion systems. Should the company locate .
in South Dade, it will mean a boom not only for
Dade County but for Florida. sizes 8-3

Genuine leather. These are normally priced at $4.00
Miami has a new vice squad headed by Capt. Cau-
dell and it is seeking ito clean up bolita and some other
forms of gambling, etc. This squad was appointed during
the ness absence in Chicago.of Chief Waiter Headley who was on busi- Childrens Tennis OxfordsSizes

The appointment did not meet Headley's approvaland
he would like to abolish it. ,;
The Chief said he had talked with numerous police 5-3
chiefs over the country and it was the observation that onlyvalues Genuine canvas; uppers
based on other cities that "wherever there was a vice Full foam cushion
squad, there is always more gambling."
City Manager Melvin Reese and Mayor Robert King a Machine washableMens
High are in favor of the vice squad. to $3.00
Mayor High said: My concern is the elimination of
vice .and Mr. Reese as City Manager and Safety Di-
rector is charged with accomplishing this result. Dress Mens Genuine
The City Manager has called upon Chief Headley to
cooperate: with his appointee Chief Detective Oran Cau-
dell. Leather Slippers

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LOOKING THE : HAS SWINGING I SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961 PAGE

SHOW ATHAMPTON
Announcement --was printed on the ticket ha*
SPORTS WORLD OVER, HOUSENapoleon I':been changed 'to, Bethel Apos..
''tollo' Temple, 2310 NW 58th:Stw
The Young Matrons of Bethel
_
Donation 60 cents. Public Iln
Temple are sponsoring a liar 'ylted.i .
By LEO B. ARM BRISTER'A
I vest Tea Sunday,. Oct.: 29 at 4p.m. Sister Wallace, president;
to 6 The address that Doris Aklna.
p.m. pastor,
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MIAMI TJ. HAS DIG HOPES to humble submission in the ;-
"
ring. Ray Robinson proved that
The University of Miami rest he Is still above the average
edl! but not totally recovered
young pug who would dare to put
from its multi-injured squad up his dukes in his face.
takes on the University of North
Carolina this Friday. Miami And as if to underline Ray's
along with the gay splendor of victory Archie Moore shredded .R
homecoming activities Is expected Rademacher who is at least 16
to be geared to win this one.. years his junior,

Win, lose or draw the Hurri- You have two powerful exception y 1
canes will be depending stronglyon to the rule.
what miracle Mira can pro-
duce in hid role as the generalof NEW YORK METS TO GET
this squad that really has not NEW STADIUM
been getting any smiles' from t
luck". this The Mets New York's'gift tobaseball's
"lady Winning one Reed, Broadway and
National's will have
a
can put them back on the roadto
television star, has turned histalents
hiny new stadium seating capacity
the completion of a fine
very
to producing and directIng -
; 55,000, to start their 63
season. ; the exciting show, "Swinging
jeason in. The plans for this is "
with ground breakIng Affairs of 1961, now appearingon
SOUTIIBHN FAMU'SSTItONGFT taking place -
OPPONENT ceremonies' this Saturday. the stage of the redecorated
Pans Incorporate for a flip-top Hampton House Club at 4200
.? FAMU tattlers winning so decisively cover in case of. inclement NW 27th Ave.
as they have been doing weather. In addition to Reed's appear
have nothing to worry about unless ance, the revue it is the act of complacency; IMPLICATIONS FOR CITY from the Islands Includingthe
If o far they have not met a team TOURNEY ARE OUT new Pachanga starring _
that has shown any strength of Entry forms and rules for the Shon, master of rhythm Interpre *1i(1F2:( \ \
sort against them. This could become 22nd annual City Tournament of tation; Monlque Montez lovely
a pattern taken for granted dancer from Jamaica; Dan Fon
the Greater Miami Bowling Asjoclatlon
and when they tackle the available. .I taine, formerly with Larry .
are now There
great Southern team from Steele's show, and Vanilla Williams

wi 1 be and doubles
team single
Louisiana Nov. 18 they may havea ( calypso sensation. !
events, many, many prizes and i ii
rude awakening; this though Producer Reed is currontly
awards In each of the three
. we think, could not really hap scheduling
top name stars for
Classes: A, D and C In all events.
pen, Jake, being too smart to allow For complete details contact Leo guest appearances at the new I
such a situation to domi House.
Hampton Club, duringthe
\rmbrister, 1576 NW 58th St. or _
nate. Thomas D. Cole, 300 Palermo winter season. Shows are \
MICHIGAN STATE STILL Ave., Coral Gables. now presented at 10:30: p.m. ;
md 12r30 a.m., with Myrtle ;
;
:
NO. 1Michiban
P PIn
urn HOWLING TOURNEY Jones and' her orchestra providing t' :
State is still out HERE JAN JM3Howlers ; music for dancing.The J:

teams front of after all Its the come nation's from football behind may get ringside seats admission club's and new no cover policy charge.I is "no" i;., -i ,

impressive drubbing of Notre to the greatest bowling show on There is a beverage minimum.
earth, when Bowling Proprietors'Association
Dame 11-7 last Saturday. Mississippi -
Texas, Alabama: and Tournament of America to All-Star Miami ---- Fine Whiskey .
comes
Iowa were trailers in the first WILSON RENTALS LEAD
Beach Convention Hall Jan. 3-
five. 13. : ( EXCELSIOR FLEISCHMANN'SistheBjGbuy "j},
' ROBINSON AND MOORS Wilson Rentals came throughlast
The book of season tickets Thursday winning two
GIVE ENDURANCE TEST
valued at $52 for all regular 20 games and taking over sole possession
The theory that the strenous sessions will be Bold for. $3 6. of the league lead. Behind I '
! art of boxing Is for the agile This bargain price Is good until them are three teams tied j I
youth was met with strong reversals Nov. 16, after which tickets will for second place. They are East- !III
this past week, when two be cold: .on a single session basis. ern Air Lines, American Furniture
I ancients of the profession bat The other group of tickets under and' TV and Nee Realty =
tered their younger opponent in- the same regulations are $38 for In third place: Hagan and Fon. SpOOFiUIhi '
I $25. da, with 12th Frame Hi Hatters 90
and The Independents tied for
fourth. The Olympics, fifth, the /3 0
! Hot Shoppes sixth and in the BLENDED WHISKEY 00 PROOF 00% GRAIN NEUTRAL SPIRITS
" cellar St, Clalr's Cafeteria. I THE PLEI8CHMANN DISTILLING CORPORATION, NEW YORK OITY


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GENERAL Strict Observed Pmt Time will be the thousands who have already bought in Fabulous Col1ler

I Individual Seat County. 50 miles from Miami.

ADMISSION I

... I(1oo No

$500 $

50cFOOTBALL N A MONTH Interest






7* ACRES of Sunny Fla


FOOTBALL! :



North Dade Thunderbirds i FULL PRICE


vsNorthwestern $245 All Corner TractsAs i

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1 ( also offered in the News And Herald) I


Sat. Oct. 23th 8:15 p.m. | Compare our price Because No fancy office, no free lunch or car

i rides. We pass the savings on to you.

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PAGE 6 SATURDAY OCTOBER .3 1961 : Hospital
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j Golfer Dies Mrc. Loraine ISnrat 12720 NW
oorofltn I 18th court, bo/ OcL 8.

"" Seattle Benjamin: Trtmblt. Mrs.Lula #Uton. 1881 NW52nd I Mrs Sadie MeEUlot 423 NWBth
Mrs Dikes Takes % 'one-time ,clave 'Who'tOok up St., boy, Oct. 10. St., boy, Oct. 9.

PHIL OSSOFER Over F iemdsAip golf when he 'was 105, died Inn :Mrs.: Marjorte Alexander 1736 MTK. Minnie Lee Jones, 220$
I nursing home' 'bore at the age 1W 2nd SU, girl oct. 10.Dirs. SW 112th place tfrl, OcL 9.
SAYS : Ch 'b of 110. I Evelyn WIggins, 1268 NW Mrs. Dorine Stanley 1120 NW
15th St., boy, Oct. 12.
Oct 9.
boy
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.&.. ':t The 'i 'Prff'bdihI 'f Widen: m1dl.c.tvl Until 1557 Trimble lived in :Mrs. Vertlea Johnson 718
11Wt Club |r tlt'btr'to.' m xrelitin'ttnrt nearby Taeoma, where he took I Rw: 13th Are,, boy Oct. 13.lira. .. Neronne Wilson 2882
(trgmlm2' t.s; Yn1tr .* under the dept JMdel'Sblp his first coif lesson, from Edgar Barbara Cooks 12210 NW 44th St., girl Oct L

tenets; 9l'rri;. AftwUS 'ttBt.Ml1 it.o'ZYNt18 Irsgnc ft! Its ltew ICresid.nt. 'hers. 10Da 't:. "Eisenhower, Tacoma attorney i SW 218th St., boy, Oct. 14. Mrs. Ellen Ixrrett 243 NW
the I* t'-1f11 *trugltng .. laud hider brother At former Mrs. Tvoznie Scott, 680 JJW 6th St., boy, Oct 2.Mnu .
tit tlls a.o1'.11'4. -' '
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.. } 15th St. boy. Oct. 1*. Albertba Ea on, 5617 SW
+ncnt..'. ... With :1be'ubtimr.: lirrs, "Duknts iUttlwwlty. Vitiate bilerr .
h iNM +iftg fft Daft: 'RaznD'a1"Sk : 'Ybrk "with 'a 'Trimble. was 'born "May :10, I :Mrs. Lula Walker 545 NW 20th EL, West ILolIywood. girl,
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fbltutwgr' l+*& :Ibte "MtttliImport"betadedntmNl 'WMatte-r.! "W. .Job oabbd mt a. err auction before the 17th place, boy, Oct. St., boy, Oct. 3. ,
t'b >zi+ruid 'W 'nt' watb. : UllteC, :CVAJISThe the* )s. C1t11 War Mrs. Daze'Je Simpron, 3619
edt $1' ,bhlItititi'OC1Mb or1dasarp Perclval Ave.. boy. Oct. 16.TUrs. Mrs. Martha Jones, 6055 NW
] k Mdl'r :'tIfll r+dreT, ytrertdcmt plans to UN b 'r'many -.-- Grace Mae Smith. 2680 24th court boy, OcL 3.

"? ta.1f'Dts n ''ilfle that the ANDREWS' JEWELERS 3CW 50th Stw girl Oct. 16. Mrs. Lucille Tfcontpon, 1206
tM 'MI: What ''$'b :a rhkves !]rrtatt met'ss '' U} Mrs. Hepi Aflderly, 7126 NW NW 66th Terr boy, OcL 3.
;t1 .1_ -wa1.Wlb from btePAlatnalQk ;: I EXPERT WATCH AND'nr..rArns .
the IB.TUlre.
Its TirojtraTns Per Tau.Drojr'tts 14th pace girl. Oct. Mrs Donnie Daniel. 3774
+D at a lime wl+Pa aarest f11beMa
I CLOCK Lucile Mae Chipman. Charles Are., ciri. OcL 4.Mre. !

ftf t tt.. tat 4se e411rKr the In' 'T'f'a.te.ta.W*7 r .,care 'nUrJ&1'ID'Uatfoid dereratiem" for thefknrer .....) Tears to [iltostnrfw 15721 "NW 17th place, girl. Oct. Nancy Mae Usry C53 NW

.n hay taw 'ilAuilitr 181 '11lIclM'f 15' 22nd SL. girl Oct. 4.
i dhnv :gatdpnh g. "W8r1i111g tbit'hntq'4ta.1s : All 'work guaranteed lira. Edith Martin. 6701 NW
war": :'' Who te; :t*' l7ne: fur the &1H 11c ier4ra'ni'atkcas.'The ::un 74.W2nd: Are 23rd Court pej Oct. 6. Mrs. Lydia ManrelJL 353 NW
wxaia+rs 8f'hire lltb SL, girl, OcL 5.
hJt.UiC far 'll :FR 34)152 TUrs. :Eva X*>e Poole, 21848 SW
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.. ,. Mrs. Let McCray, 2025 NW. NW 60th St., rfrL Oct S.
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TelevisionIt OCTOBER 28, 1961 PAGE 7

was announced this week .
from the Atlanta office of SCLO
(Southern Christian Leadership tempts to secure the services of reaching import of the strugglefor
Conference) that Dr. Martin Dr. King for British TV audi. Freedom In the Deep South.
Luther King Jr., would be fly encce. "It has Just been a matterof Dr. King has been asked to discuss -
lug to London, Oct. 27 to appear scheduling. We are happy we the race relations problems
on the Brltkh Broadcasting; Co. have been abe: to work out a in the United States and colon-
network television program date mutually convenient to both Itallsm in Asia and Africa.
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"Face to Face" Wyatt Tee parties!

Walker, SCLC director Indicated Mr. Wa'ker said he felt this
that this climaxes several at- Is a clear' evidence of the far- JOIN THE NAACP !

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Simplicity marked both the the bridal party was held at the .
wedding and the reception of well-appointed home of Principal .
the Will Howard Millers: who Neson: Adams and Mrs. (
were married on Wednesday Adams. :!
evening at 8 o'clock' at the St. ,
Paul AME Church, Coconut A small reception was held
Grove. In the presence of a few ''ast Friday at the 55th Terrace
friends, the Rev. T. S. Kelley home of the bride's mother. Re-
read the services. Soft back. delving, with Mr. and Mre. Miller
ground music was played on the were their mothers and the
organ by Rychard Cook II bridesmaid. For the occasion, the '+
few Mrs. Miller wore a gold and ,
The youthful bride wa givenIn white short evening frock made
marriage by Principal Nelson with fitted bodice, scooped neck-
J... Adams, family friend. She ine and dome shaped skirt.
wore a ballerina-length weddinggown L ; S k 1i --
of white chantllly )lace and The! tiered bridal cake encircled ,
tulle styled with a fitted lace by maidenhair fern was the '
bodice (featuring a bateau center of attraction of the J
neckline and long sleeves endingIn ')rlde'u, table done In white with
calla points) and a full skirt white lace and linen cloth
with lace panels and a- tulle
oversklrt. A rhln&?tone tiara Mrs. Millar: Is the second
held her veil of illusion net. Her I daughter of Mrs. Tultt-Philllp
Jewelry consisted of a strand of ,f Miami and Vernon Phillip of
pearl beads and pearl earrings. Coconut Grove. A native of
The bridal bouquet was of white Trinidad, she Is a graduate of
carnations ehowered!! with white Carver High School and of
" satin ribbons. Her slippers were the Edward Waters College. She The family of physicist Charles E. Harrington. All the Harrington children were
of white pearlized kid. \Is office supervisor and secretary I Carnation babies. "My doctor recommended Carnation," Mrs. Harrington explain
to Principal Nelson Adams This milk in the red.and.white can is the world's leader for infant feeding.
The bride's only attendantwas
her sister, Miss Daphne The groom Is the only son of I
Phillip who wore a street Mrs. Wooten Miller of Miami and Five little Harringtons-and how they do !
length sheath dress of citron colored Major Miller He attended the. grow
taffeta styled with a draped public schools of Augusta Oat (Their doctor recommended Carnation) 1
bodice, square neckline and and is a graduate of Paine Collegef
small sleeves. The symetrlcally that city Mr. Miller la 'fm' r----- --1I -
draped overskirt ended in a f Daddy is a government physicist. RECIPE-;
flat pane: at the side-back. Her ployed as an Instructor at Dor- Mother is active in PTA, church and I (Makti 9 nrvigi) L....__________.
Junior High The Millers ,
corsage was of white carnations sey are community projects. "And I'm busiest !.
laced with citron colored ribbon. it home at 6445 NW 12th ave. of all at home," Mrs. Harrington CARNATION'S stoy-moltt BUN BURGERS

Lace and pumps elbow-length, interlaced gloves,headband admits, "with five little Harringtons. % cup (small cm) undiluted

were all dyed to watch the dress. They all got started on a Carnation CARNATION EVAPORATED MILK( ==_
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The groom and hi* attendant, I formula." 1 egg

Walter Horton, wore dinner Eight out of 10 mothers who feed I 1 IVi pounds around beef
Vi fine cracker crumbs
cup
clothes. Pome I
their babies a Carnation formula say: 1 Itt teaspoons salt
The mother of the bride was I "My doctor recommended it." Carnation I V teaspoon pepper I
regaled in a shell pink sheath !is the safest most
with r nourishingand I 1 teaspoon dry mustard )
of embroidered a
floating back panel organza and wide s digestible form of milk for baby'sbottle. V cup finely chopped onion
crushed cummerbund.. Her half I Ask your doctor about Carna Vi cup finely chopped green pepper I
hat with small; veil, slipper and tion-the milk every doctor knows. American process cheese slices I
EVAPORATED
accessories were also shell pink. This milk that's best for babies is Blend Ingredients. Form meat mixture
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The mother of the groom was Into 12 thin I
Place each
patties.
best patty on
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charming in a pastel blue silk coffee, cereals and cooking, '''ItIC.IA"O'I 'QOI I
linen frock with a deep V neck too! Carnation is the milk you can hamburger bun half, covering completely, I
Broil about 5 minutes ((6 to 7 Inches from
line with ribbon to match their use like cream-with % the fat calories I "/rtt&tl/IfI/4 CDw,"
heat Top each with
Bunburger cheese
respective dress colors. and at 1the cost of a
cream. Try i slice Broil until cheese bubbles
Immediately following the Bunburger recipe, shown at right L I IJ
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI.. FLORIDA BEDROOM .:, ;. .
mation TU 84296. "': you looking for a new place to live? : :
PAGE 8 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961 .
\ 3-BEDROOM HOUSE. 1351 NW live at ,
Smart people t.,
75th Terr. Call OX 92214. ,.
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I A LAROE 1 bedroom apt. Partly BARRY MANOR' APARTMENTS;

furnished, 1 bedroom apt. fur-
Street .
47th
nished. Adults, small! baby. MU, ? .., 3200 N.W. ,.i.t<.I;
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10325. Rent to suit budget :
r, your ?; ;i4.) ;.'
LOVELY HOUSE. $22.00 per FURNISHED 2-BEDROOM APTS. 1, .
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week. Will apply rent to pur r\ > '.r'\ '.'; ,.11; ,,,'
chase. Own your home, no down Stove refrigerator and furniture. All for just" '
payment. NE 55566. Excellent :,;
location. Smaller- house $20. $21.00 A WEEK "
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FOR SALENO That's right, just $21 a week

QUALIFYINU. Modern CBS Lowest rent in town f
2,750 down. Fla. 3 baths,
room
.. large lot, etc. 1350 NW 45th St. .. ...........L. ow-. RTf. In. Ir- _T_ ......J
CIIILD CARE E.;. PICARD 021

Rental Agency .... .
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Wl'l take care of children my -- "
Rental collections; property LOVELY HOME In Coconut
home. Pick at 7 a.m. and deliver -
up
Management, real estate Grove. Good location. Altman
at 5 p.m. $4.50 per week. 1226 N.W. 3rd Ave.. FR 7-2-303 Real Estate, 768 NW 3rd St.,
PL 73325. FR 1-2421. ACRES $ f.OO

2-BEDROOM APT. 6300 NW 5 i

WANTED 15th Ave. $65 per month. Call FRIGIDAIRE, A-l condition with Of LAND DOWNCollier
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EXPERIENCED real estate OX 15247. freezer across top and shelveson
door. $35.00. For Informationcall
salesmen or women. 20 percent
P. O. Box 4134 Miami 3 ROOMS and bath. Duplex OX 11619.
commission. County
weekly. $ i
Water IB furnished. $12.50
Beach Fla. Ph. PL 7-8434. $100
Call E. Picard Rental Agency.FR NICE ,CBS house with garage,
WANTED 72902. porch oak floors, on large corner Near The
lot. 1451 NW 43rd St. Owner. Month
Party with private telephone FURNISHED, 2-bedroom house. Reduced.
to take business calls. Must have Living room dining room. See 40 Mile Bend (Total Price $796))

pleasant voice. Mail your name It at 727 NW 64th St. PL 80792. BEAUTIFUL CBS house, corner
and phone number on post cardto lot 3 bedrooms, Florida room, Get in on the South Florida land boom. This land is
J. Moore Dox 792 Miami 48,
Fla. APARTMENT. One bedroom. $16 2 baths. 1444 NW 44th St. going to go up, up, up
4190 NW 32nd ave. NE 66943.

BUY !NOW FOR YOUR FUTURE
SALESMAN. Earning capacity
FURNISHED Bungalow. Stove NICE 2 BEDROOM CBS house,
$500 weekly. Live leads furnish refrigerator hot and cold water, garage, porch oak floors, on
ed. No Call Miss
Rutledge,canvassing WI 5-4601 or YU suitable for one. $10 per week, large corner lot. 1461 NW 43rd NO TAXES UNTIL LAND IS PAID FOR
utilities Included. Inspect at
St. NE 36167.
3-2456. between 10 a.m. and 4p.m. 1401 NW 58th Terr. Call OX I NO CLOSING COST I.

62392. 2 HOUSES person with small or NO INTEREST
medium steady Income can
FOR RENT APT. 618 NW 23rd St., $14 a qualify. Will make terms to suit
w.eeC.: Hot water. Two entrances. buyer. Call or contact owner at Located in an area known for its rich farming,
3-ROOM cottages stoves and See Sun. after 10 a.m. 1385 NW 75th Terr. PL 73336. cattle industry, hunting and oil
water furnished. $10 weekly.
569 NW 8th St. FR 72902. 4-BEDROOM furnished apt., 1329\ Nl This offer for limited time only!

NW 1st place. Front apt. 2nd
LARGE BEDROOM CBS. Newly
ROOM HOUSE. Furnished. $14 floor, near Miami Beach bus line. decorated. $10,200. $500 CALL WRITE COME BY
weekly. Call E. Picard Rental Adults only. Reasonable to right down and $68 a month. FHA.
Agency, FR 72902. party. Call FR 4-8398, Carey. 2940 NW 67th St. OX 1-8748. FORD REALTY Inc.

FURNISHED Efficiency. $14. LOWEST RENT in town. 2- ,
Free gas, water and electrlcty bedroom. apartment. $14. 3200 TV NOT WORKING? Free estimate
4190 NW 32nd ave. NW 47th St.COMPLETELY. If you live In Liberty City 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559
or Brownsville we will repairon
3-ROOM DUPLEX. 1837 NW furnished 2bed. credit. Pay weekly. Rowinc __ -- .
4.f'DON'T
6th ave. Newly painted. $10 per room house. For further Information TV. 6952 NW 18th Ave. OX > .
week. Call: Picard Rental Agency come to 1867 NW 58tl 19426. Indf
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Seasonal Tea It THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA '

SATURDAY OCTOBER 28 1961 PAGE 9'
The James E. Scott Commun ,
tty Church Choir Invites you to
House For Sale sip with them at their first seasonal ;- : : : : -----,
tea on Sunday Oct. 29, 4
to 6' p.m. at the Scott Homes for
Auditorium 7200 NW 22nd ave. Tare-Craft' School Nurse's AidsTEN
3 bedroom CBS with Florida room, in Steven' Donation accepted. This tea Is
for the benefit of the organ WEEKS COURSE
Manor. Near NW 7th Ave. Hardwood floors, gar- fund. Come out and enjoy your
self at the: table of your choice:
age, fenced in. Fully landscaped, jalou&ied windows. Autumn, Winter Spring, Sum ENROLL NOW

.Like new mer. LEARN BED IDE NURSING AND INFANT CARE
Sis. Josephine Carr, president;
Sis. Montgomery secretary. ; Bro. Have a Lifetime Profession ,
James Stafford organ1at.Announcing
$400 DOWN .
FR 9-7357 t
The

$79 a month Total $13,500 Opening : : : .

Graddy's Beauty ShopMrs.
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Fannie Caddy formerlyMrs.
Fannie Spry is this week
McNICHOLAS REALTY announcing the opening of FOR SALE .,.
Oraddyta Beauty Shop, 1131 NW
AvenuePL First Court, FR 7-4097 or WI
7927 N.W. 7th
73009. She thanks all patronsand Alabama, Georgia sweet potatoes, red
friends for their past patronage hr s
1-7592 PL 4-8853 and solicits the same at her ribbon sugar cane. Your specification
present (shop

NOTICE UNDER Write .

FICTITIOUS NAME LAW
2 to 6 IS HEREBY GIVEN that J. MOORE
Open p.m. NOTICE
the undersigned desiring to en Box 792 Miami 48, Fla.
Low Down Payments gage In business under the fictitious -
name of: EEn.n lrU J.rl.r.l."IrlrJ.rn IrK lr.lrJ.rEE.lrlrJrJ.r.lrIlrII"'lrn IT'lrlrrlrJ.rn IrlrlrJ.rII"'IrEIrJr.lr1

5695 SNACK NW 17th WAY Ave. .1 UDRAPE 5..

1115 N.W. 51 st TERRACE Miami, Florida
intend to register the said name BRUCE DECORATORSFREE
$400 down. Owner will pay closing costs. Large 2 with the Clerk of the Circuit
bedroom home, 2 Fla. rooms, full dining room, car- Court of Dade County, Florida. ESTIMATES
porte. Near Grand Way Market. Winston and Norman Foster
Owners PRE-XMAS SALE
--0 Oct. 28, Nov. 4-11-18, 1961
TERRACE DllAl'US CAnl'I ING SLIP COVERS HKUIMIOLSTEHLNGPhono
1445 N.W. 51st
$400 down. 2-bedroom CBS, Fla. room, dining room, I INSTRUCTIONSPREPARE for decorator' to help you in your homo

large kitchen, carporte. Many extra.0 NOW FOR
Phone NA 4-5738
Civil Service Jobs '
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Term ArrangedDRAPES
AND ASSURE YOURSELF
1221 N.W. 50th STREET
Deluxe CBS duplex. 2 bedrooms each side. (One side Lifetime SecurityStart -
could be 3 bedrooms, 2 bath.) Centrally* air con- as high as $4,490 first year. -
ditioned and heated. One side completely furnished. Grammar sufficient.School U. S.education citizens only.usually fft $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ 4',

Opposite Manor Park.REDUCED. Men and women age 1850. Keep ...
FOR SALE present job while training For NEED MONEY ?
QUICK full information including list of U)
salaries and positions write:
EDISON REALTY Key Training Service WE MAKE AND REFINANCE MORTGAGES
Federal Bldg., Miami Beach, Fla. <*. WE BUY LOTS AND HOMES .ofJ't' ,'

175 NW 62nd STREET PL 1-2441 CALL

to- Ronald I. Baron IE .2-4343 .fit i
Mortgage Broker
mm :220: SUNNY ISM: nI4\')), 7 QFf/
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MIAMI I1KACII /"
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LV1s <* $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ *

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People!
$450 DOWN! NO CLOSING COSTS
\\SMFiU.Na*:
3 bedroom CBS 70x115 corner lot. Jalousied front ."
If you want a beautiful home, see these Ford Realty 1 .'
exclusive listings then come by our office porch. A beauty! Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. '
t
See 800 NW 75th St. I
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1. 2830 NW 66th St.-$1,300 down including We have many other terrific buys I '
: i 1ft
closing costs
((2-bedroom home patio) $63.30 month FHA terms .L SPITZER REALTY, Realtors ., I ,:',

HOUSE FOR SALE 8201 Biscayne Blvd. PL 0-8741 l
Open Every Day 0 a.m. to 0 >.m.
2. 3055 NW 68th St.-$2,500 down $72.57 month | i

((3bedrooms 2 baths with swimming pool) Beautiful CBS house cox =1':: :::: }

Open Sunday 1-5 J.I. . . . . 111 II 11
3. 7021 NW 29th Ave.-$1,500 down Incl. FHA 2 large bedroom, porch,
closing costs spacious living room, utili- HOMES FOR SALE
(3-bedrooms 2 baths carport $83.52 month) ty room, large corner lot,
75x157. $80 a month full o

4. 1800 NW 49thSt., -$1,000 down move right In price. $10,500. 3061 N.W. 70th Terrace
((3-bedrooms, 2 baths, Fla. room)" 3100 NW 70th St.
., Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. t
Beautiful 3-bedroom 2 bath built in kitchen 1
5. 1360 NW 42nd St-$1,500 dn.-Make on offer! year
2-bedrooms Enclosed carport-Screened patio) 3 bedroom house on large young',- small cash down. FHA terms.

lot, spacious living rooms,
6. 4100 NW 11th Court $2,500 down utility room, full price 1424 N.W. 55th Terrace ,

((3-bedroom home-corner lot 120 x 124) $8,900. Down payment Open Sunday 1-6 p.m.

Plus an extra house to rent out-See this beauty I $500, monthly payments Large 2-bedroom, 2 bath, large Florida room, low
$80. down payment.
2386 NW 63rd St. -0- I'I

We have over 400 others to choose from For Rent I

We are open Saturday and Sunday, too We can finance your auto
mobile liability insurance 2-bedroom home, new, Northwest area ,
I We will trade your lot or old house
on small monthly payments.Goodman's 4,
Beer Bar"Very Nice ,

FORD REALTY Inc. Real I Beer and Wine Bar. Located in the new NW area. \

Sale or lease. Low down payment. Call Harry Denny I ;b

5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559 Estate & Insurance .
Action Inc.
The Largest Real Estate Office in Liberty City 2688 N.W. 62nd St. Realty ,: :
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Church of The Open Door tin Luther led In the reform of

the Christian Church. About 80
(Congregational '
Rev H. C. ) 'million Lutherans around the
McDowell pastor
world will so praise God Oct
on
A. E. McNeal
meta reporter 29, for the spiritual and p'J.ltI.

Last Sunday marked the sec. cal freedoms which are the fruit.
ond anniversary of our formal of the Reformation.

recognition as a church. It was
called Loyalty Sunday as we had TEMPLE BAPTIST
Individual member roll call ,'1
re.
MT. ZION BAPTISTThe ST. dedication Rev. .1.1. A. Thompson, pastor
PAUL and
A. M. E. consecration of
women of ML I NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. commitments. A large numberof Sunday School .........._.._..... 9:31
Zion
their Woman's observed < lt+v. M. J. Fayson. pastor Rev. C. J. Burney, pastor members were present to answer Morning Worship ................ 11:00,
grandeur Oct Day in Mrs. Lee Cray, ,reporter Sis. Claudia Wilson reporter to their names. Evening Worship .................... 7:31: '
on 16. Mrs. George Sunday School . B. T. U, .......... .. .
W. Gore Jr., waa the dynamic 0'. 9:30 Sunday School . . 9:30 -- ........ 6:3'
speaker who charmed her audience Morning worship .1., 11:00 Morning Service . 11:00 Sunday Rev. McDowell will ,Sunday services will beas

as she spoke on "What Evening worship < . '7:30 BTU . . . . .5:00. preach a sermon about his friend i usual. Members not attending

Women Can Do To Help The Both morning and evening ser Evening service . . 7:00 ''a product of the Congregational the Union meeting at New

Church Save The World." Music vices were well attended Sunday Sister Sussie Burney expressesher Church Mission in Africa. The Bethel are expected to worship

for the occasion was rendered including a visiting minister. thanks to the Missionary Society 'Nobel Peace Prize winner, Zula at their own church.
during the morning service by The pastor will be Looking for and members of the church Professor and Chief Albert Luthull The Social Savings Club will

the Northwestern Senior High all of the members that 'can to for joining in to help her celebrate a Christian leader in South celebrate its anniversary at
School GirV Glee Club with Miss accompany him to the annual her birthday. After ser. Africa for his efforts to alleviate Temple Sunday at 3 p.m. An

Cassandra Hanna as guest or. conference at Lake Wales Oct. vices on this Sunday night there racial discrimination. I'm interesting program has been
xanlat. Mrs. Maxie (Marguerite) '26 thru the 29th. :Mrs. Audrey will be a program rendered by sure it will be very interesting prepared for the occasion.

t Miller, presided over the morn Grlce Is at home and :Mrs. Sabrina Deacon Joe White's relatives to hear about this man from The Woman's Day committee
ing services and Mrs. lama Cook is ill In Jackson Hos someone who worked with him will sponsor a bazaar on the
i (Maud( Reid, introduced the pital. Miss Wllhelmenla Gray Is Come out and witness this and helped him to be worthy of church ground Monday evennlg
I speaker. Mrs. J. Henry (Louven In Jackson Memorial Hospital. program On Monday night after this great award. Oct. 30. The public Invited..

la) Knox guided the day activities Let us remember the sick and the 5th Sunday. Rev. Bradley and The annual Woman's

both spiritual and financial. take a friend to church Sunday. congregation of Mt. Carmel Bap. Friday night Oct. 29 the Youth key Dinner is slated for Day Satur Tur.

ly. The evening services were tilt Church will render services Pilgrim Fellowship will sponsora day, Nov. 4. Donation
With the 12th of November for the No. 1 usher board. pre-Hallowe'en $1.00. All
culminated with a musical treat We ,Party on the the extras 'will be
featuring Mrs. Mary Washington, fast approaching, which marks expect your presence. Pray for church grounds. delivery will be made served if and
desired.
the 17th annual Woman's the sick.
The Chordettes and Mrs. Willie Day, The chairman
(,Dora) Wright accompanied by each committee Is rounding up During the past week, Nathan wish to remind and co-chairman
their reports for the great day. i Zeal, treasurer and Mrs. Ada Me- their- captains
Mt. Zion Women's choir. EBENEZER METHODISTSunday and members
Chairmen Call, financial that Sunday, Nov.
of the various committees secretary, along 12 is the
BAHA'I are: finance Mrs Jose School . . 9:30 with Rev. McDowell, conferred thinking about day they have been
FAITH phine Champion; program, Miss Morning worship . 11:00 at our State Conference Center Help to make for one year.

George Savitt, treasurer of Mildred Gay; souvenir, Mrs Evening worship . . 7:00: room park with state superin ONE! It another BIG
the Daha'l Faith of Miami, will Johnnie Mason; decoration, Mrs. Rev. Aaron D. Hall, Sr., pastor tendent Robbine Ralph and Dr.
review a portion of the book, Henrietta White; boosters, Mrs E. Ingram, reporter Ira Black from our New York
"Thief in The Night" at the \Iad; 1. Draynon; hospitality, office
Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th ave. '.frll. Eva Richardson; music, The 'pastor will leave Monday A group of Sunday Schoo'! SEE THE SOUTH'S

8 p.m. Oct. 29. The subject for Mrs. Ruth Scott; treasurer, Mrs. enroute to Ocala to attend the teachers will attend a workshop LEADING COLORED
this session will be "The Mouthpiece I /uanlta Fisher; secretary, Mrs. 91st, session of the Florida An. at Avon Park Center during the
of God." The public is In. [q tut.hbrAn1.. neat Conference of the Methodist weekend. PSYCHIC READER

vlted to attend. Phone secretary Thpch lady. Mrs. Clarice Church. This concludes ReT.HaU' CONSULT HER-
FR 1-6420 for further Informa. Carnegie Is asking all captains sixth year as pastor of MT. CALVARY BAPTIST
tion. to male contact with each mem Ebenezer Methodist Church. Dur .
!her on their club so us not to re. ing the weekend many members Rev. H. oM. Thomas pastor y

NEW I ort; lees: than the minimum ask. of Ebenezer will be In attei Phyllis Myers, reporter
BETHEL BAPTIST d for from each club. I dance. Sunday School . .0. 9:45

1571 N.W. 68th Terrace Morning service . 11:00: !L r'CRY ::
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor :AH ladlrs of the three choirs The Pastor's Aid Hoard Is BTU ..... 0".0' '..... . 5:30:
Deacon Fred Williams, reporter I ftl nfked to meet In rehearsal sponsoring a chartered bus for Evening service . . 7:00:

Sunday Schqol . . 1:30 m Thursday, Oct. 26, all who wish to attend the Sun. Sunday
day services in Ocala. morning a visiting min.
Morning worship . 11:00 OMINO: EVENTS inter Rev. McGriff brought
,
Evening worship . 7:30 Usher Board No. 1 will have a very inspiring message. Sun us

The Ministers and D. A eon.' Oct 2.0 -- Stay at home tea, charge; of class meeting Tuesday day night everyone was happy
'uniM/iied by the Stewards night. to hear from Rev. Stephens.
Union of the Atlantic Coast Bap. Uoaid. Let her year of experience guide
We, have
dedicated
list 'Association will convene I.ft us not 'forget to visit and this entire and protect you throughout life
month
for
Oct. 26 through the 29th. Oct. 30 An old fashioned I pray for the sick and shut-ins: I to ", an appreciation month as a lighthouse guide the shin Ir
On Sunday morning the pastor fish try at 1028 NW 64th St. Sisters Josephine Cartwrlght appreciation our' actor The closing the a storm. For SUCCCM in business

delivered a great sermon which at 8 p.m.frs.: Hazel\ Wallace, Isabella: Hopkins and Alice Curtis The will end Oct. 30. and lovi.DON'T.8TAV.
program will:
was Inspirational and enjoyableto sponsor. Jackson Hospital; Janie Tay with Rev start at 8 p.m. IN THE RUT. OBT
Pridgen
as the '
everyone. lor, 1725 NW 4th Ct., Remllda speaker. His guest' OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
Sunday morning Rev. L. A. Oct. 30 -- .\ :Mo"k Conferenceat Dame, 1747 NW 6th ave. bo there with congregation will GOO, SHE CA HELP YOU.
the church at 8 p.m. him. Refreshment!
Thompson will deliver the message spon
cored by the Missionaries and will be served after the program. Office Hour:
at 11 o'clock. At the evening ANTIOCH BAPTIST
Pastor's Aid 0 .
Club. .m. 9 p."
worship Rev. I. C. Mlckins
will de'lver the sermon and his Rev. O. W. .Foster pastor Libert? City Lutheran THurs. 9 a.m. t' .

choir will: furnish the music. Nov. 4 A Masquerade Ball Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Sunday School . 7 p.m .
.
at the home of Mrs Jessie 2:00
Sunday School . . 9:30 DAILVSunday '
ANTIOCH BAPTIST Smith, 3071 NW 68th St sponsored Morning Worship . 11:00 Worship Service Carver . . 3:00

by Mrs. J. Reddlck and BTU . . . . 5:30 Rev. John Dede YMCA

Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastorM. Mrs. Smith. Evening Worship . . 7 00 pastor 10 ..m. 3: a.
p.mREADING
T. Copeland, reporterS After the regular Sunday al r
Nov. 6 The Jr. Stewardsare The program committee of
unda) Sch, ol l ................ ..? 0:49: : giving a tea from 4 to 6 Choir No. 1 Is ,planning Inter School the entire congregation ."..
BTU .................................--..._. 6:30 p.m. at the home of .Jkir and Mrs. eating for the an will travel by bus and car to "
Morning worship . 11:00 Wooten. program 23rd an Ho'y Cross Lutheran Church, 11.00 UP
nlveruary observance
Evening worship . . 7:00 beginning NE 7th ave. at 135th St. North
Friday night Oct. 27
at 8
Nov 6 There will be a sale with p.m. Miami The worship service will II Yeare Rxporltnc t
Let us come out Sunday to a musical program and end. bw hold at
at 2962 NW 50th St sponsored 3:30: p.m. Members
morning and evening worships.We by Mrs. Mary Branham and Mrs. Ing Sunday, Oct. :9 at 3 p.m. from all the Lutheran churches MADAMHUNTER
feel you will be benefited Stringer. The Hflv. J. W. Stephenson, pas. of the area will worship together
thereby.A tor of Antioch, Brownsville, will at the annual Reformation 'j;

special Invitation Is givento ST. MATTHEWSRev. A deliver: cordial the Invitation anniversary la extendedto sermon. Rally 1857 N.W. 73rd ST. 1'.

you to come to our evening
worship. The Missionary Societyof \. F. Clark pastor the public. Once a year it Is the custom MIAMI FLA

the Deaconess Board is spon. Rev. J. E. Munroe reporterOn of Lutherans to remember in Don't Wrlt -Call In P ron
this way the time when
will be Mrs. Miller, an outstand- Sunday evening, Oct. 29 at i THE HOUSE OF GOD Dr. Mar --

soring a program. Our speaker 3 o'clock there will be a great .--
Ing lady and other talented wo dedication HAI.VT8 IN CHRIST ,
program at !
ence In advance. church. We our 1612 N.W. 62nd St. Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller
are
men. Thank you for your pros our members to expecting attend and all be of Mother E. L. Orange, pastor Not a Rootman Not God Either But j
Joseph W Covlngton
Continue in prayer 'for our ready to play their part as they reporterSunday JUST A GOD SENT MAN
sick and shutlns. i School . . 10:00
have been asked to. We also ex. Mornln Service . 11:00 Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors
tend a special Invitation to the Y. P. W. W. U . 6:30 I' /

NEW MT. CALVARY pub 'ic and our many friends. We Evening Service . . 7:30 Do you ham A problem?
7103 N.W. 22nd Are. beg you to please be on time so, Business
Rev. as not to miss any of this great 1 Bail, Marrl/tic
W. P. Tarpley, pastor
Come and let Palling t+ Can't win the
SI*. Ernestine Hart reporter program. us re. SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT mart
Sunday School . . .:10 dedicate our heart and our lives 'I or woman you love HernCroMod
Morning Service . 11:00 to our God so that our faith in SPIRITUALAND r, Nred Ilourl.t ,
Him may be rendered in Him. PSYCHIC READER f .,,
We wish to thank all of yon Come singing and come praying "t't everything Going \Vron? Iflealth

who cooperated with us on oar so that we all coud receive a BISHOP HUNTER had? ('"n't Antitfy"Y
pastor's anniversary.Choir blessing from our Lord and
If are sick or ,,worried don't lour
No 1 will be celebraU Saviour Jesus Christ. yon Husband or Wife?

ting its sixth anniversary start tall to lee me today. Office hour Want a New Home
'lag November 9th to the 12th. tally 1 p.m. to U p.m. Thursday or Car?

Wish you would come out and AKA SORORITY I p.m. to' fl p.m. Sunday 11 jn. -
help us to make it a success. to >8 .
p.m.READINGS
On Nov. 17 we will be spon PRESENTS SEE ME TODAY

coring a play, "How a Gambler 't Never ,
before .
in the history
Found Peace. I think each and FASHIONETTA of
Siljunl
have
so
every woman should tee this many .'
wonderful play. It will enlighten 1. '1.00 profile" been helped by this

us on how to slop a gambling "A Tapestry of up treat womler man.

Sis. Mary Tarpley, sponsor Fall Fashions" It
cost
nothing
husband. M17 SW 17 St. to

Bayfront Park Auditorium WESTHOLLYWOOD come in and talk

MIAMI TIMES ADS NOW AT MY NEW ADDRESS _
Friday Nov. 3rd
FLA. PROP HUNTER
827 N.W.
DON'T COST THEY PAY 48th Street 751'::3978,

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Prince Pool died Oct. 26... Services -17. . .. fiiITv
Francis :
,. will be Friday in the chapel ,
E* Mr. Pool is survived by a IN AND AROUND S
Ilou Asson Orjuna of 1623 NW brother, ,Charles, a cousin Rutherford .
I ijst pace died::Oct.. 19. Services Pool.Range THE BAHAMAS I Ox 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.

will be held Oct., 29, 3 p.m. In .1 'I. '

thd chapel The. body will_be on ..
VJ"W'j ,,'rl(1a1.afternOOn.. Sunv'or8 FRIDAY AND SATURDAY
''nclude'two Ions, Rudolphand Mrs. Labor shortage at the 1600-
Anthony, a*' daughter, 5th Ruby Baker of 1621 NW acre farm at Mastic Point, An- I BIG TRIPLE BILL
Yvonne O juna, a brother' Isaac place died Oct. 23. Mrs dros, may force the closing: of a r S In Color
Baker
Williams aunt, Mr*. Rowena lived in Miami for 22 two million dollar investment; it' ." ..
years. She is survived by her VF
Ferguson. was reported recently. A representative x n-
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'.. husband, James three sons, two of the SNH Growers,
-''Mrs. Louise Clark of 461 daughters, her mother, Mrs. Fannie Golden Acre Farms, Franklin
NW
9th.st., died wall at work OcU Streeter four brothers, -.-Na Farms and Abaco Farms flew to NIKKI 55
21.' The than Streeter Russell Peake, Haiti to investigate the possibility .
body va* thtpptti"' to
Tlfton. Gau Fidel and Edward Sakers two of importing laborers. The was half-dog, : .
oa TutJjqr far final
rites. Surrhror sisters, Bertha Peake. and Immigration Committee will have.
aN hear MrenU Ophelia Sakers, her grand to make the final decision. half-wolf..his
a Ion, ftr brothers, three sis
parents and three uncles. Services .
ters. will be held In the Memorial The Mastic Point farm l' gU. I and
chapel! Monday at 3 larly employs 350 men, and during courage M
p.m.
Baby Boy fleas son of Mr. Friends may call after 1 the peak of the harvestingseason
p.m. made
Mrs James Boos of 22110 SW Sunday. an additional 300 men cunning
115th ave. died Oct. 15. Grave are nooriod. Over J2flO.060 if
side services were held on Friday) spent on picking the cucumbei him a legend :
Oct. 20.H Mrs. Florlne'Hubbard of 2269 crop annually}: The Labor Office
/
NW 60th St., died'' Oct. 22. Mrs. In Nassau at the same time, It in a vastuntamed '
Hubbard Is survived by her hus recruiting farm workers for the

'band, Hezzle, two daughters, United States. land! '
,
Mrs. Queen Ester Watts and I rJ'X"
I Lucille Hubbard, I ."..
a son, Roose. >4. "
I District Deputy '
Exalted
velt; her mother, Mrs. Chrlsla llulei
Ivan Wallace
Bonds, a brother, Edgar Fields, Elk dignitaries, from accompanied Nassau by
setup
and sister/ Mrs.
Mary
Bradley. a new Elk lodge at Eight
i Services will be held Saturday at Mile Rock, Grand
Bahama, on !
3 p.m. in the 5th Avenue Churchof Oct. 1. The name is Northern Txteg
God in Christ.
Star, and Raymond Jones is Ex. ,
alted Ruler. ,
__ Mrs. Minnie Lee Gaugh of 449 I II
NW 8th St., died Oct. 24. She is I II I

survived by a daughter, Mrs. Warren Lavarlty and A. Leon rmwif
Estela: : Wright and a grandson McKinney. representatives of the gvlSYUUD y fwA: '' 'a dX'.b$ xXRi: apex :i.tY: .
Robert Lee Churches. Services I Labor Board, have been sent to
ffill be held In Waynesboro Ga. I make the annual inspection of DOG OF THE NORTH
Sunday.Mrs. Bahamian workers in the United
States. The purpose is to insure W-
that "a x rRLr +e r rM
high standard of
safety,
Bessie flute of 1218 NW health and welfare facilities and ---TECHNICOLOR' s a alp
62nd Terr was dead upon ar. amenities exist and are main. '
I Viva at Jackson Hospital Oct. tamed at, places where Bahamians S "'AANNl..EMIlE 6f1 S1.U URIll.LUFT ROBERT RNARD
20. She
is
survived by a daugh work and also in residential
SCREENPlAY BY PRODUCED BY DIRECTED eYIIUI1l6I1
and ter, Mrs.two Brownie Mae Walker, camps wi mIDK T BIBlU mOHTOIDONHAiOmuUCKCflUFFEimu !/ T

sisters, Mesdames Co- ._ .....
I I rine M \WA OK C* OwAl.T MKY>sd.c"
Peterson and Ethel Thorn
Mrs ,Ozie Hooks of 2948 NW ton. Services will be held Saturday "You have no previous convictions Shown at 9:10
60th St., died Oct. 23. Arrangements at 1 p.m. in the Church of but on the other hand you
God. are a policeman." That is PLUS
are incomplete. Mrs. Buie is now vie what -
on
w
In the chapel. the Chief Justice told 22-year-

House of Albert. Fred Cambridge of 4028 old Oct. 6 Locksley as he sent A. Finlayson him to 15 on -2G ROBERT ROBERT RICHARD MAY LEE

,Mrs. Louise Gatewood died on 22nd St., West Hollywood, died SW months' imprisonment for for- ": _MITCHUM'WAGNER'EGAN BRITT PHILIPS
Oct. 21. Survivors Oct. 22 at Juliet gery. Finlaysou attempted by
are husband, Ill He is
Co'etnan, Mrs. Catherine Wash vived by several relatives sur including false pretences to forge a check vi/!l'" )
ington, daughter: four a brother against the account of a fellow. /Is jSl
sons, Ernest of W. ?
policeman Michael > #"
j Charlie, Johnnie, Willie and Ernest Hollywood. Arrangements are June 22. Thompson on
with whom she lived at Incomplete.
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lUlU&&> 8W 170th Terr.. Perrine. ---- ,-. .-- -
Services will be conducted Saturday At the 6th Annnal -
Shown
Coiffure
Clinton at 7:00
Phillip
2:30: at the of 1865 NW
I p.m. First 70th Competition of the National As
St., died Oct.
20. He is
Born Church. She will be on view sur aoclatlou of Bahamian
vived Cosme. Plus
in the chapel from 12 noon Fri. sons, by his wife, Emma, four tologist, held at the Cat and
day and in the church Brantley, Leonard, Clinton Fiddle .
7 a.m. on October 13, Mrs. Pat-
and
Leander "WILD
; 4 daughters, Mesdames RIVER"
in
Saturday. rick Carey was crowned Beau color
Carrie
Kelly, Gil Hardey, tlclan of the Year by Mrs.
Thelma Ayris
Daniel W. Owens of 1605 NW Ferguson. Edward Services and Flossie Mortlmer-Neilly, winner of the MONTGOMERY CLIFF
6th court died Oct. 21. His survivors will be held 1960 contest. Mrs. Carey's hair Shown
Saturday at 4 at 10:30
include his widow Doro Temple. p.m. in Walker's I styling Was modelled by Miss

thy three sisters, a brother, a Leanora Rodgers.I1flN1.
daughter his father, Chapel services .
will be held at 4:30: p.m. SUNDAY TUESDAY
Saturday. He will be on view in
the \chapel from 4 I
p.m. Friday.
I ..
I i ''Mrs. Olivia J. Adderly died in A 4J

her home, 15820 NW 17th place wlara JOSHUA.1 'j i
Oct. 26. she is survived by a zag I

daughter a sister, a brother, 'a t 4. "
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son-in
-law and brother-in-law, Rnn"
two aunts and an uncle. Ar 2 VEI4
rangements are incomplete. f isfU i


Richardson Life.Fanny r

Cary Anderson of 812 I .
NW .r
66th St., died Oct. 22. Services ike,4fru1o, << 6
wlll'.be held :
Oct. 31 at Bethel

AME will be:Church shipped at 2 to p.m.St.The George body, Ii W the 114py is


son S. C. leaves for interment.to mourn Mr. a Ander wife IIo Ssedwoken1' ( 1 1I 4 LOve.

Anderson Margaret, a brother, Rev. Grant
of
Boga Grande a
nephew, Sherman Anderson,
a fr
niece' Mrs. Ruby Clarle of Port Y: NEVER
Orange Fla. a ti :
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Mrs. Pearl Young of 30 ON SUNDAY

, ,,f Service Ave., Princeton, died Oct.Day 25. CARON-CHB/AUER-BOYER-BUCHHOLZ/ @
will be Oct. 28 at Mt.
,
MMCOUHI MMM4 MW
Pleasant MELINA -
Baptist Church at 1 \
p.m. She will be on view in the '.
PLUS _
church
Friday. She leaves to
mourn a daughter Mrs.

ence Rogers, four brothers, Flor Wil! '
lie, Eugene and James Ken. ift "The Big Gamble"STARTS
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located in the downtown conveniently area at ''BRIDGE TO THE
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fenced for privacy. Reasonably

priced. Terms can be arranged i TREE"
with' responsible purchasers so I r WH k : THe '- "
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,- owner, at TU 8.4585.
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cpsMEMORIALS 1 MR.The THOMAS family of BELLAMY the i late, I SATURDAY- OCTOBER 28, 1961 PAGE 13 :Y V

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CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSJr :'neighbors to Its,who I' many were friends so hepful and I CARD OF THANKSThe I

',land kind during its hours of' be- family of the late, .
family of the late The family of the late :pavement. Thanks for your
MR. FRANCIS HUYLER HENRY WILLIAMS" cards, telegrams, flowers, cars
wishes to express its appreciation wishes to express Its appreciation .. :and all other kind gestures of .r.{ t. ,
to friends and neighborswho to its many friends and\. .(ympalhy.We .
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were so kind during our neighbors who were so kind during wish to express special> NWT
hours of bereavement. Thanksfor its hours of bereavement. Especially :thanks to.Rv Edward T. drd
your cards telegrams flow thanks to Rev. A. L. hams the member. and auxiliaries I:1:
era, cam and all other kind gestures Shipp, pastor of New Mt. Morlah of. Mt. Zion, Baptist Church,
of sympathy. Special thanksto Daptlst Church and its members, the faculties of Holmes Ele }
the staff of Jackson Memorial Manker Funeral Home. Thanks mentary and Nurthwestern Senior ,.
Hospital and House of Albert for your cards, telegrams, flower, High Schools, The Hampton r.k .
Funeral Home for efficient ser cars and all other kind gesturesof Alumni Association and the
vice rendered sympathy. Richardson ,Funeral Home. ,
,Miss J. A.
Bellamy
Jt
>:eph Dames nephew
Again, thanks to everyone for Mm. Estelle Jones
everything.Mrs. And Family
CARD OF THANKSThe Lizzie Williams wife

And Family CARD OF THANKSThe
lath .
the
family of .. '
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MRS. ROBERTA
MORELAND family of the late
wish to thank their many friends CARD OF THANKS ,
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for kindness I
shown during het
i.lness and death. -;-
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The '
FamilyCARD r.Pa
: Mrs. Agatha Johnson Cole departed ..

OF THANKSThe : .; 7,- 1; this life Saturday, Oct. 21,
.
.LM..., 1.. ',' at 8:45: o'clock in Jackson Memorial
Hospital after a short
family of the late Mr, WINSTON, HAMMOND
Illness. She was a teacher at
Theodore R. Carnegay elhcerely wish to express their sincere George Washington Carver High
a
thanks and appreciation to the
take this method of thanking t4h School. She is survived by her
everyone for their many ways of many friends and neighbors who husband, Preston, mother, Mrs.
were so kind during its hour of
showing their sympathy duringthe 4 Anna Johnson; ,sisters Mrs.
I Illness and parsing of our bereavement. Thanks for your Ruth J, Culmer, Mrs. Valencia J.
, loved one. Special thanks to our cards, telegrams, floral tributes, Williams, Miss Joyce Johnson,
, rielghbdra, the International r4 _. contribution and many other Lloyd Johnson, brother and other
Firemahs Assn., International expressions of sympathy shown relatives. Services will beheld
Auxiliary, Progressive Chapter ;r during his illness and death. Saturday 9:30: a.m. at St.
No. 29, OES, Rev. M.. J. Fayson, Special thanks are extended to Agnes Episcopal Church with
pastor, Stewards, Trustees, the North Dade Jr. Sr. High Francis Funeral Home in
Stewards Boards, all choirs, School and Bunche Park Elementary charge.
ushers and member of St. Paul School

AME Church and our many, j4t We a>o wish to thank the
many friends for cards, florals House of Albert and its staff for IN MEMORIAMIn
and other tokens. Also the the fine services rendered.
Range Funeral Home for their May God be with you. .
untiring and efficient service. 'Mrs. Alma Hammond ever loving memory of our
dear sister and aunt
Again thank you. mother
LOUIS YEARBY MARY S. DAVIS
MR.
Mrs. Clarice M. Carnegay, The Family .
wife, and family The family of the late Mrs. wishes to express their sincere who departed to the land of peace.
Winnie Cleare wishes to express appreciation for the many kind and joy.
their thanks to Father Elisha nesses, cards, floral tributes, IN MEMORIAMIn
CARD OF THANKSThe Clarke, the Guilds, members and contribution and other expres We have not said a last goodbye'
friends of the Incarnation Churchfor .elena of 'sympathy shown us dur loving memory of our dear We've only said good night,
family of the late, their thoughtfulness duringour ing our hour of bereavement. mother, grandmother and sister, Our loved one's fallen fast asleep
MRS PATIENCE CASH PINDER hour of bereavement, also a Special thanks to Rev. Brown MRS. LILLIAN TAYLORwho In God's protective eight.
wish to thank the neighbors and special thanks, to Miss Marie M. choir ,aUd usher hoard of New departed this life October God guarded our dear one with
friends for kindness shown during Mt. Calvary Church and to 26, 1950. His love,
its hours of bereavement. White.Harry Cleare husband Range Funeral Home for fine Gone, but not forgottenNo And from His throne on high '
Thanks for your cards, letters Sons: Services rendered. one knows how much we He has made us brave enough '
telegrams; flowers and the use William, Clifford, Frank The family miss you but God knows all to say
of your cars, and all other kind Harry Jr., Samuel Willie :Mae Yearby, wife thin3 We love you but Jesus Good night, but not goodbye. 1

gestures of sympathy. Elizabeth Peoples: daughter loves you beat. Sleep on and take Your devoted sisters, .W I'
Special thanks to Rev. A. F. IN MEMORIAMIn your rest. Nephew and
Hooper and choir of AME Zion Rebecca Taylor, daughter nieces'f'
Church. The Key West UndertakIng Nathaniel Taylor, son .
Co., the florists, Mrs. Ernes IN MEMORIAMIn loving memory of our dear Hester Letherwood, sister
tine Welters and Mrs Kathleen husband, father and brother, and grand children
Whyms, and the lodge QUO of of dear JAMES 2. PEDICANwho Z
loving: memory our For Sale by Owner \
departed this life Oct. 21, :
Pallbearers, and the Good Sa. mother, grandmother and great IN MEMORIAMIn :
1956.
maritans.Mrs. '
grandmother,
"Down road that' calm and GORGEOUS HOME
a ,
Dertha Bowe
Dght. MRS. CLEMENTINE (SIS) sad but loving memory of
James Knowles, eon JOHNSONwho peaceful Spacious Fla. room, hard. 'r
Thomas Finder, husband departed this life October Guided by God's loving hand our dear one'W wood floors tile roof Sea-
fie has a journeyTo ,
gone upon __. ,
Key West, Fla. 27, 1955. J
a distant brighter land view awnings, double car-
May she rest in
peace.
IN MEMORIAMIn The Family And although your heart! is ry porte, brick barbecue. Many

\-,' With heavy the ,sorrow you must bear fruit trees ''See to appreci '

memory of my' dear fatherin IN MEMORIAMIn May it help to bring you comfort ate day or evening FHA
.law, Knowing he is happy there." terms.

MR. WADE SINCLAIR sad but of The Family
loving memory 7764 N.W. 10th AvenueOR
who
died October 28, 1960.
our husband, father son and PHONE PL 4-9260
Gone, but not forgotten, I brother, IN .MEMORIAM

loved you dad but God loved In ,loving memory of the lateR
you best. Your place can never .
be refilled, for you were a Y wE
sweet father-in-law to me. So,
sleep on and take your rest.
Some sweet day I'll meet you
In heaven r
Your daughter.in-law
Irene Sinclair


IN MEMORIAMIn a hr

$345 down $60 Mo.
loving memory of my F

'daughter, Very nice 2 bedroom CDS

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tile roof, oak floors, furnished 0'
i -1 4 RUTH ADDERLY STUARTwho kitchen. No closing costs
departed this life on Oct.

24, 1958t bedroom Duplex
that's left its moor-
I "Like a ship
c log $595 down $78 Mo.
And sails bravely out to sea,
__ 1' So someone dear ha* sailed Furnished CBS duplex,

i awayIn ; south of 54th St. No closing

_. K W calm serenity; 1 costs. Why pay rent? Whata I
I But there's promise of greater
.c deal.
WILLIAM "Bill" ALLEN I Joy
who died October 24, 1960., I Than earth could have in store .
ELDER JAMES D. ETHRIDOE For God has planned a richer Completely Furnished
M You are not forgotten loved one i who departed this life October lifeBeyond Mo. I
Nor will you ever be 31, 1958. the unseen shore. $545 down $60

Aii long as life and memory last God of the living, in whose eyes Harold Stuart son 1 Beautiful 2 bedroom CBS on II
We will remember thee. Unveiled Thy whole: creation lies, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin
We miss you now our hearts are All touts are thine: Adderly and Family large lot. No closing costs. )

BOrG ThY spirit never dies. Tile roof, oak floors, fur. ..1 )
As time goes by, we miss you You are one of the precious nished. 1
more stones the Lord' has chosen for
Your loving smile, your gentle the beautifying of His Kingdom. BroadwayExtravaganza
voice Your presence lives in the hearts Why pay rent? Own your L

No one can fill your vacant and minds of your loved ones. We home. We will help
own
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place, Nov. 30
with financing.
MRS. MERLINE MATTHEWS The Family you your
who departd this life October 29, Mns. Florence: D. Allen wife Lillian :M Ethrldge, wife B. T. WASHINGTON PL7-845G 283 NW 79th at.

,197. .Robert, Calvin. Frederick AUDITORIUM

May she rest in peace. son* Advertise It Pays! / '.. : .1
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I"' visited all third grades on

I t HAPPENINGS IN OUR SCHOOLS last Monday.,, FOR RENT

; ''A gala pre-1Uowe'en Party .' -,

., -........ .. .. -"' ""--J'<: ...... .. -: will be held on Monday afternoon FINEST
Oct. 30 from the close of school

'. THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA DUNBAR day until 6 o'clock. At this time One bedroom Apt..
all pupils will be able to enjoy
I PAGE 14 SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961 Mr. Adams and Mrs. Hawkins the traditional games and treats Adults only '
fine meeting of
I reported a very
_. ol the season. 5815 N.W. 12th
'on Elementary Avenue
I the Florida Council) "Mrs, D. S. Love, reporter _

; BETHUNE ELEMENTARY EAST OPA LOCKA Cookman Education College. The flt Council Bethune, of Nelson, L. Adams, principal
I
'' Group Scout Troop 218 held its The East Opa Locka Elementary which Mr Adams is associate
F Initial meeting on Oct; 2. The School PTA had as its guest chairman, provides for group and
: first order of business was the for .the regular October meeting I individual participation in implementing
\ ; election of officers for the school Mayor Dennis, Commissioner plans of working. RUPTURED ?
term. Dowers, Mr. Himes and Anthony committees, discussing study procedures >,
The following persons were Simons of the Opa Locka community seeking and doing re ........... 0ffIee .. ,..
.... l" .-s...-LOW
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elected: to serve in the respective search work for providing a Afttr iwr errr.
positions: quality program for elmentary rilEs> DISEASES
Denise Burnside, president; Mayor Dennis and Commissioner schools. RECTAL

Georgiana Brown, vice; Donna Dowers discussed the financial Mr. Adams will give tile reporton DR. LONG'S CLINIC w,':.: IT.
Anderson, secretary; Mary Alice aspects of a sewage disposal the conference this weekendat
Powell, assistant; Deborah Jones, system for the city; enter FAMU when the Principalsand a aa !?2'.
talned questions from the floor
treasurer Georgia White,
; pro. Supervisors hold their An.
and urged full support of the I
gram chairman, Antoinette nual State Meeting.Mrs. FINANCIALRESPONSIBILITY
Doo'[er. plan. Hawkins was appointed to
The Bethune family will enjoya Mr. Himes explained various the Council's committee on new I ACTA
Halowe'en! Carnival in observance and projects.The .
projects he'lt J working on i
of Hallowe'en: next week. nlans to undertake It he is or !snot American Education '
Parents of pupils attending De; elected on Oct 24 Week committee was called by MUST IN FLORIDA
thune are also invited to par. the principals on last
Anthony Simon! urged the parents Tuesday
take of this affair. to vote on the Issue of to draw up a tentative program
!
The family is happy to learn abolishing or maintaining the tor the weeklong observance, FOREMOSTINSURANCE i
that our cafeteria manager, Mrs. !Metro form of government. Nev. 6-11, Progress reports were
Loving, is now at home after a ,A portion of a letter to The made on Thursday by the chairman
recent illness in Christian Hospital. .
Editor of the Miami Herald on Mrs. Bullard. Committee
Mrs. Davis is serving as the subject "What I Can Do For members include PTA president,
manager during the absence of America" was published in a recent Leon Kelly, Mrs. Oussle Hamll- AGENCY
Mrs. Loving. edition of that paper. The ton, president, Mothers' Club,
Our principal's wife, Mrs. 'etter was written by Brenda (Mrs. Cornelia Glenn, cafeteria
Walter C Cogdell is also 111 at 'manager, and the
Jones of following faculty
one our sixth graders.Mrs.
home. members:, 2210 N. W 62nd St.
Mrs. Evelyn S., Williams has H. Matthews and L. Ivy Ceaophas: Allgood, Mathew : ,
been ill. at home for the past two serving as chairman and cochairman Lawrence and Medames
Dean
,
weeks. Mrs. Williams experienced the committee for I
I on Flowers, Jollivette
Love and
an injury while at work. American Education Week have Gates. Hychard OX 6-2280
II !is
Bethune is making plane for completed the plans for this Cook cochairman -
the observance of American Education servance. Among the plans I
Week. Patrons and this week Nov. 6-12, are: Ob-I I Congratulations to Mrs. Boy. Has all forms of insurance
I friends are urged to visit withus intra-School Visitation, (2)) Hon. ers whose daughter Cherrye A.
during this observance. Mrs. orlng Good Teachers in the com. Mills, a student at Paul Quinn '
Mazie Edge and Mrs. Susan B. munity, and (3)) an assembly College, Waco, Texas, was heardin Including .
Williams are serving as co. program to be presented by several recital recently at Baylor Col. '
chairmen. parents. lege also in Waco. Assigned Risk Policy v

Walter C. 'Cogdell, principal An invitation is extended to Thursday afternoon has been LOW DOWN PAYMENTGood
designated as Extra-Curricu'lar
Gwendolyn Welters, ill to come out and participate
Elliott Scavella, reporters In the activities panned: for Day at which tiwe all pupil activities Bad No Credit?
and organizations will
American Education Week meet after the close of the reg. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS
LIBERTY CITYWe Remember a man may be happy ular school day.

were hosts again to Mils without a fortune, but he can COME IN TODAY! TOMORROW MAY BE
never be happy without a friend. Paul
Joseuh represented Dun.
TOO LATE
last morning.
Flenberg Tuesday
Mary' A Jenkins, reporter
bar at the
meeting of the Class.
And as ,,usual her visit was quite Mrs J, D. Mackey, principal I We finance
prepared
rewarding one. room Department of District 10R3'l'A are to you! \
of the schools on last Saturday morningat
Like most we
I
SUNLIGHT SCHOOL Northwestern u
High.
are in the midst of our Stanford
Fall testing began. thls week
Achievement Tests. This is beginning tp be the : .
i Friday, Oct. 27 is PTA Con biggest and bulkiest season of under the guidance of Mrs. Clara It
has
ference Day Why not give your I the year. ''We are now in the progress Knight, testing chairman. Mrs been proven Advertising pays off!

child a chance. Remember that of preparing for our annual .--- .I/ ........ .. ..0:5": - - -
the eventful success of any prom and graduation exercises .
teacher's work is dependent, in on Nov. 10 and 12
part, upon you. Please! come out. It was a pleasure to have several For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
Due to technical difficulties, of the manufacturers dem
The Liberty City Players will not onstrators to visit our schools the
be heard this week; however, past week. We are striving to
please listen for the group next make our lives successful by BONDEDCOLLECTION
week over station WMBM at the these demonstrations.Mrs. i M

regular. hour, 5:30: p.m. Betty P. Llghtsey and
.lit was brought to my attention son of Ocllla, (la. were the house a
that many students In the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. P. "if'a
Liberty City area were followingthe Llghtsey and family during the
parade last week Parents, PMt week Miss Betty L. Bennett -
please try to keep the childrenout and Winston! Walker were
of the streets; it is from tho i recently married. Congratula
streets that they hear of things lions to both.
that are not wholesome i The school expresses its deep. ,,
Let's not forget United Nations est sympathy to the family of
Week. the late Angelo Brooks, who i AGENCY Inc.The
Denis n. Thomas, reporter died in Baltimore a few days 1B
Mary F. Williams: principal ago, Mlas Irene Wilcox is backin 1 I .
school after a brief Illness,
also, Miss! Marilyn Peterson We
Cox Kindergarten were happy to see them both. largest collection and rental

News Mrs. Elizabeth El, reporter
agency in the South>< operating in
;
The PTA of Cox Kindergarten CIIAIILKS A. LOCKIIAUT

started first activity off with of this a bang.school Their year For Sale or Rent Public Reiauons Director Dade and Broward Counties

.. will be our annual Hallowe'en
";' Party on Oct. 28. There will be NEW HOME Negro Housing areas.
pony rides from 2 p.m.. to 5:30:
j .f, p.m., And lots of goodies to eaton 935 NW 49th St. MANAGING ':
sale. All children are' invited AND MAINTAINING
i II MORE
Low down payment t THAN
to come and have fun with us.

ti j" I The children; of the klndergar. Also 3011 N.W. 52nd St. 10,000 HOUSING UNITS
I ten were delighted with the bananas
donated by Miami businessman Open Sunday 1-5 p.m.
t "Baby" Combs. Thanksto Bonded also has FREE
I a wonderful gesture. MO 5.6870 employment service for

J James Reeves, reporter Bonded's Tenants, at main office, 4150 NW 7th Ave.


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Kappa Delta Pi, and Honor Society I
THE LICENSED Practical in Education this past :, WINEDRINK
uI'i5es' Club Fall Tea Sunday month. Both are doing graduate
i afternoon. Oct. 29 at 6 p.m. at work at A and T College, N.C.
the House .of Albert's Opa Loc- A :local chapter !established at d
ka site. Dr. George Simpson, the University' of Miami If 4
speaker The Railroaders' you haven't seen Napoleon. .
Luau, loaded with. entertainment Reed'e production at the Hampton I Little Brenda Rivers, daughter -
I at 1080 NW 66th St. Sat. House, you're missing a of Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. :
,, ; Oct. 28 Down Homestead Broadway treat tagged "Swlng- I Rivers is a 6th grade student at rr
"" at A. L. Lewis Cafetorium that !lg Affairs of '61" (and broth. Bethune Elementary School.
'j Gospel Extravaganza, featured er it is) loaded with beauty and Brenda, whose hobbles are read
", Uosetta Tharpe and Mother Katie talent like Monique Monies and ing and singing," desires to be a ............................
Dell Nubln, Nov 19 at 3 Don Fontaine, along with Vanlal nurse once she becomes a "big"
p.m. It's a PTA presentation Williams, Flip Wilson and the Miss.
put Opa Locka way Rev. Gay master, Shon McGowan, rates. ; Fastest Drink
and Mt. Hermon congregationare your vifilt. t
making pans: for Wings Support the Fight for

Over Jordan. Choir at North MIAMI TIMES ADS Freedom t in the West .
Dade Nov. 9; from there to Mt.
r Zion on the 13th. DON'T COST THEY PAY Join Your NAACP
.
; The Wild Drink
GAMMA CHAPTER of Alpha
Gamma Chi Sorority Southeast '
Regional Ball will be at Harlem in the
'"\i) Square. It's the event of the
; ':: season, come November NEW CUSTOM/ BUILT HOMESSold Big Square Bottle
AKA's Faehionetta will take you
t; to the land of fashions. This 35 already-Demand
so great
.:.. fall the gals are inviting you to Produced by Comstock Vlntnern.
their "Tapestry of Fall" We have built more
While the Egellocs are mailing San Francisco: Calif.
invites to their annual Costume See
HarveEt Moon Dance Nov. 22 3062 N.W. 60th Street j 20% by volumeA
Ceasor University of Cosmetology
annual prom was last nits at Open Sunday 12 noon to 5 p.m. SMOOTH WINE
the King 0' Hearts and graduation
Sunday at St. ohn. It's Con $1,000 CASH $100 PER MONTH
:. Brats to another large class for
Ceasor's Club MI started its
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Monday night Amateur Hour last
wee'(. Smiling "Sickle" Staten is
emceeing the weekly affair. Milton Rothman
Plenty In store for winning con GOLDER SPUR
.. come.testants. Celebrity guest wel. 7287 S.W. 57th Avenue

Phones MO 7-2561 or MO 6-8407
i\\ JAMES REESE:, popular Carllug's -
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'T representative, samples busy of '_>#.JI_.,",.,,,.,. ,...____ __ _ ..
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playing "
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I ". mv broT?) and Hilda Ferguson,
\ will be mailing theirs (wedding t' M't
,' Invites)' from Nassau. It's Dec. 1.k'k'of NO MONEY NEEDED

1 .private. Nick eye Ferguson's license gives renewal him M

much to smile about I met ....
the serenaded ca- :.H.
Steve De Pass
lyp)30) balladier. His brief visit t I To Buy A Beautiful LOT In y1t

among to Club the MI. and things friends Steve, was did ? LUCKYTOWN i;I t!

.! most while in these parts ;2 1 GREENVILLE COUNTY'S MOST BEAUTIFUL
COLORED
Mrs. Florence Allen, wife of the RESORT SUBDIVISION, IN THE FOOT- eu ts tstt
i n HILLS OF THE
i BLUE RIDGE
MOUNTAINS
:ate Dill Allen is recovering (just 12 miles North of Greenville, S. C. and 26 miles South ;
., nicely at home after her recent s of Hendersonville, N.C.) The perfect location for summer or winter vacation 'U:
.. or year round living. Park ;
-' in Mt. Sinai with n
trailer
3-day etay
your pitch
your tent, or build cabin if wish.
pneumonia.KING m l a you You can really "beat the landlord here and ,tN
enjoy nature at its best still !
O'HEARTS' Jimmy ; you are only minutes away from the luxuries of city life. d,

d Wilson will bo doing his stuff in .u.
}) the Army (medic corp) Bernard .,t WE WILL ACCEPT ANYTHING AS DOWN .n.
English !is planning to enter PAYMENT ON THESE LOTS I
\ FAMU to advance his knowledge ,"We will H
allow
from
'. in hair styling TheWomen's : I you $25.00 up for any goldpiece; $3.00 up for any old sliver dollars $2.00 forhalfpennies
,. Union of Holy Re- any old quarters or half dollars; $1.00 up for any old dimes, : UP
deemer are staging their Initial =tt''i or any kind of old coins. We will take .your old Confllr.fianjlflad pennies' large pennies' 11t
Fall Variety Show, Oct. 29 at =i''tt payment or more. or paper money as down ;:I tt
4:30: p.m. in the Church hall.
;i'' WHATEVER YOU HAVE MIGHT fi;
/ 1Jt.. AND !MRS.Isaac With. EVEN PAY FOR ALL OF YOUR LOT!
.. ers of 48th Terrace received a'< Yes, we will allow you highest prices for your old ewelry, such as rings S
Ii sterling silver, teeth fillings bridgework, old guns rifles, old metal SEing8' watches, diamonds .J lt

2'i tiques of any kind-In fact we will allow you a $5.0 down toys gflasswaj-e' old an t
payment for
$95 Cash t{i anymore, from a common pin to a monkey wrench. anything you 't want |u;|

I $69 A MO. 1 OR t. fi i
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2-bedrooms furnished, on i .
I YOU DON'T HAVE TO TRADE AT II t
ALL!
I large lot near NW 62nd St. M:

I JUST NO INTEREST! f
\, r DOWN TOTAL PRICE, ONLY
$395 Down "i: $5 NO TAXES 1 $295 -n''

$69 A MO. PAY NO CLOSING COSTS I GOOD #
b: i HUNTING AND FISHNG I
100/0 DISCOUNT
bedrooms, partly furnished =tt i MONTHLY CASH! FOR ELECTRICITY & TELEPHONE ,,2 1

near NW 54th St. See ON PROPERTY .sr
Phone
15 MO 6-6853-0r mall the r
cOupon-and I will
today.
J Day or night ,pictures of Lucky town: estates Come to your home and show you, beautiful colored '

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$75 A MO. 1 LUCKYTOWN ESTATES Jr'

$6,000 TOTAL PRICE tt P. O. Box 588 ( ) Please call at my home and tell PHONE MO 6-6853 It;
'4-bedrooms on NW 17th me more about Luckytown.STIUHTT .
( ) Enclosed is
:Ave. and 51.t St. No other n'ti ''South Miami 43, Fla I Ie am interested In. $5.00 .for my lot reservatlon., Send papers and map. ..
[cost. Move in today. ,'i owning a lot at Luck ytown. My address i.. k23.i.

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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961 PAGE 16 j Want to BuyA

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gro" by the late Dr. A. P. ttolly.
ALONG I FREEDOM'S I lOAD!) Must be In good condition. $6.00
for the first copy. Call CE 2.0981 _
or'write Theodore Floyd. 932 W. / 1520 N.W. *2nd Street
I -- By RUTH PERRY Edgely St., Philadelphia: ''22, Pa. : '
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fo".....#.'.''. '. '?' .. ., or send COD. !": "
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. t remember the first time I read sometime ago by Selma THE MARKET WITH COUR1EOUS StTHvU:
fnvf the airport at Tallahassee; Hirsch entitled, "The Fears Men 1
I ,was rather surprised at finding Live Dy." There are many Inter. TOOTHACHE .1 f
it the way it is, rather reminiscent a t'ng facts in this book, butane Boot suffer "'dl'..',. Cst spttdy r..
of a small Southern town : of the .outstanding is Jltf' from throb ln. piln' of toothaclM
and not at all what one would th; statement that it is very important with lOll fat.ta Meomts.actlni ORA-jfu Ciurantttdr Pain ME Fresh Meat Low Prices
expert to find in a state capital to all Americans that Monty tock.All'drug storts. a *
However insignificant and lack- minorities understand and rejpect IOARI,--ets.
in? in impressive facilities it themselves. It is certainly :::

might be, it was not too insig. true that at least one outstanding hi _,,\... _,,;#rM, "' r ., ...JLet's
nlficant to be sgregated. That member of the Negro minor-
particular aspect of Southernlife Ity in Florida understands and _
co'ors the insiginficant as respects himself. For Father
well as the impressive; the unimportant Gibson understood a long time
as well as the more ago that he could noti-respect
noteworthy. himself, or expect others to re. keep ourTTGT
spect him, if he did not fight for
TALLAHASSEE what he thought was democratic

Father Theodore Gibson was and right.

one of the plaintiffs (one of The United States is a peculiarly P
three Negro ministers) who and most unusually constituted
brought a suit against the city government; it is made up
council of Tallahassee claiming from representatives from perhaps i
thAt the public facilities at the all the nations on earth.
airport were segregated. The la. And its strength as well as ita
test news is that the city council nlqueness comes from the fact
cf Tallahassee, voted recently that it is so constituted. Never
not to appeal the order of before was there such a nation
Federal Judge G. Harold Carswell or such a government made up _
banning segregation of leased of BO many varieties of races,
restaurants, waiting rooms and cu'tures, national origin or re.
reel rooms at the airport. Under llgions. Dut because America is LEVEL
the Federal order, signs designating unique in Its made-up, there is
separate facilities for an added responsibility placed
whites and Negroes must also upon each one of its citizens -
be removed.It that of respecting the rights and
is very significant that the privileges of every other American OF GOOD GOVERNMENT
capital of Florida has bowed to no matter the race, national .
dfsegregation, at least in the In. origin or religion.: And to do
stance of its airport, because this successfully, each citizen ," .""..
upper\ Florida is very near the must of necessity respect him :
diehard elements in Alabama, jelf first of all. .
Georgia and Mississippi. It is
also significant I think, that the For by so respecting one'snational
name of Father Theodore Gibson origin, whether it Is
appeared' in this suit, as it Africa, Europe or the Middle
ha. in so many desegregation East, the Individual will come
cases during the last few years. jo respect these same character- M
Whl'e there have been many istics in other American citizens.
others who have shown their For this is the United States;
courage and determination in ;itill an experiment) In democracy.And .
bringing litigation against old the ultimate success of this I t rO '
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prejudices and intolerance, the experiment lies within all of ui. 5. p ,
name of Father Theodore Gibson !f we rspect ourselves: and other ,
; ha become known through. americans, we will perpetuatethe
out the State of Florida for his democratic principle. And If ,, .
unswerving militancy and fight Are fight for American principles ;rtrt if ddt
for freedom.I'HKJUniCE, )f freedom and justice, we are {
Ightlng not just for ourselves,
ANDUNDERSTANDING jut for all Americans.

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I feel that Negroes and :
Whites, too, in the State of AKA SORORITY
Florida, should be very thank
ful that there is a man named 1MIK.SKNTS
Theodore R. Gibson who is willing
to sacrifice!! everything he FASHIONETTA"A
h'8 for the sake of freedom. For
whether everyone realizes this Tapestry of
fact or not Father Gibson's!! fightis
not just for himself, but for Fall Fashions"
everyone who is held under the
yoke of prejudice and Intoler. Bayfront Park Auditorium
ance. And' by a strange colncidence -
those people who try to
hold others in bondage throughthe Friday, Nov. 3rd

evil of segregation, are .............-..............M..M .NM.r
themselves held in bondage by
their prejudice and bigotry.
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Attends Hair BROADWAY rlous roles at the New York
City Center Opera House: flgt.
I Weev ConventionMrs. SHOW IN MIAMI Brown, in "Carmen Jones," Jbfe
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in "Show Boat
NOV. 30Walter "Annie Get Your Giln' atid one
of the Gospelalrs in "Finian's
Rainbow."
TV audiences saw him ill the
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I' "Green Pastures" in 1867 and
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N Gala performing in "Porgy and
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House jf f
3092 N.W. 60th St.
Tile bath, hardwood floors. t
:Lot 40 x 129. A bargain for

.cash.
P. Brown la one of the
Price $6,50'0JOE
theatrical stars who will J be seen
here on Nov. 30 when the Sigma WARNER
I Gamma Rho Sorority presentsthe :Phone FR 3-5791
Broadway Theatrical Extra-
Sallie Collins attended the
vaganza at BTW.
Hair Weev Convention. in New
\ York City. She learned the lat- After being named All-StaLe
: ) I : tiet techniques In hair weev styl Soloist from his home town at
Belleville New Jersey, Walter RUBY DK
ing. If you have a hair weev P. Brown entered the Brooklyn
problem call her at the ModernIstic Conservatory of Music. Later he
Beauty Salon, 826 NW 3rd studied at the Trinity College; of
ave. She will be happy to serve Music in London. England. Returning LJtEiitEyis
to the United States', his I
you. Phone FR 4-9044. concert bookings have taken him'
to all but one of the 60 states.

He made his broadway debutin ;
See the ,., 1961 with "Porgy and Bess"and
I world's great toured Vienna, Berlin, Lon
1)L.t'I don and Paris with this production
I II II healer and s prior to Its long and suc I
I teacher. cessful New York run. Broadwaj
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and worried a ,
COt-RATf: STORE
don't fall to see :

: me.to 0 Dally p.m.Wednesday.3 p.m.' The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome

< 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376
special healing service
( : 8 p.m. to :10 p.m. St. Matt. BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIALS
3 IUIf l 0. Blessed are the peace Binders 85f to 1.40 Nifty Binders
makers for they shall be called Sheets &t to 28* Composition|
(, the children of God. Ballpoint Pens 10* 08* Books 25* 40*
I NE 8020 I>o.Ke-No Sets 2.08 ;, Gifts
: Straightening ', Bridge Keno Seta 1.03
1959 N.W. 59th St.
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, osts 30 Billion a Year I I Egelloc Club BeginsIts themae yet able;vea.to accept the I. flowers ,,>:

SeasonThe This year our annual book review .,-it
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ployment Bias ----. J will be held at the beautiful Ir
home of Mrs.Welhelmena
Members of the Egelloc
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Main Charge Club officially began the season Jennings. More information con .
Key West America's with Mesdames Cldomie W, corning this date will appear in
our local weekly paper.
Bloomfield and Mary Edwards
IIICAGO Chicago Public .
lfare Director Raymond Hit Southernmost City entertaining club members. Each year a \scholarship awardis
rd said Monday racial dlecrlm.Ulon By FRANCES B. PALMER The club, is incorporated given a seniorfrom one of our
costs the city 70 million civic and social club, interestedIn ocal high (lCh oll. This year's s
lars a year. the general welfare of the recipient was a young lady from ''j l
jlilllard, testifying before a CHORUS RECOGNIZEDThe ful member of Bethel AME community. We sincerely believe D. T. W. High School. She is
that wholesome .
fuse /Subcommittee on labor I' Church Is a patient at Monroe recreation plays now enrolled; in our own Junior I
Senior Chorus of Doug. Hospital. an important part In our busy College.
education
placed the anil
cost of racial discriminationthe .lass 'High School, under the direction I I lives. The club worshipped in a body -:
nation at 30 billion dol. of Mrs. Mercedes Wildroosp 1 (Mrs. Beatrice McIntosh of 106 Our agenda\ is chock full of at the Church of the Open Door .Jon
has been reorganized for Olivia St. is still sick at her plans which we hope, will be to Sept. 24. The Rev. II. C. McDowell .
the school term.Fnllnwing i home. your liking. Some of the proposed delivered an Inspirational *
II& said the cost is represent. are the officers: I plans include an annual book sermon.

by welfare payments to Nee Levi! James, president; Sala. I Mrs. Julia Rolle died last review during American Education
363 and members of other Milfl Hrndfrson vice; Glenda week at Monroe hospital Ser Week. During this affair, Specific information concern
ups who cannot obtain em Bennett secretary; Brenda 'Wll- vices will be conducted Oct. 29 many of our citizens have been, ing the annual Harvest Darn
yment because of discrmiina 'lam, assistant; Peggy Ward and from Cornish Memorial AMEZ i and will continue to be, recognized Dance will be given at a later
date stating place, time and
> Church, for outstanding service in ;
onla Evans, reporters. Salathlel Rev A. Franklin Hoop
[n.Many Chicago Negroes, fill. I the community. We are always other particulars. Until then
Henderson and William Ashe, er, pastor, Survivors are a I
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believe that .
proud to be able pease we are
jrd said "must pay Inordinatet to pay respect,
Aletlta But Mrs. Irene Gary one'
business managers! daughter ,
t the and show gratitude to outstanding our brother's keeper.
for worst housing In the our -
ter, chaplain' ; Willie Butts, bus. son-in.law, Howard Gary, a
\\yh Chicago we'fare depart. 'nessmanager. grand son, Maxwell McCartney. citizens while they are Jane L, Lewis president

?nt pays 60 million. a monthor .,. ., ..
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on relief he said. Africans Integrate
month of October: Mrs. Olevora PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND

'Discrimination began in the Lopez, Mrs. Marie Green, Mrs. Swimming Pool LUNCHEONETTE
juth but It doesn't exist onlyere 'mess manager. Northern Rhodes
Livingstone,
[ ," Hllllard said. Mercedes Wlldgoose, Mrs. Louise la Scores of white persons 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4.5874
Robinson, Miss Geraldine Welters -
(Chicago Mayor Richard J. Alfredo Sands and swam In the crocodile-Infested
Prof.
Icy cald the city has long reef Howard, Lopez Zambesi River here over the Drug Store Bar-B-Que
Inlzed that discrimination rep weekend rather than use the
Lsents Sands and Howard Lopez. Specializing In prescription!, Featuring' breakfast lunch
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a tragic waste of human municipal pool, now open to Africans
sources." and Asians.A patent medicines' and sundries a. dinner. Old Hickory liarbecue
The South Florida Conferenceof from 5 p.m.
at Livingstone
sign posted
Open dally ItrtO n.m. 13 p.m.
!EV. KING NIXES Bishop the llth S. L. Episcopal Greene, presiding District,, toria Beach,Falls about, warm a mile that above"bathingis Vic Fri, Sat. to It80: a.m. Open Frl. ft Sat to 1I30: ..m

wIM meet! in Lake Wales, Oct. 26- suicidal because of crocodiles"but 1 Satisfaction Guaranteed Free Delivery
OVIE ROLE I 29 at Rev. W. H. Zanders church. about 100 .Europeans. swam
Rev. Zanders was the former there. &&-
Atlanta nastor. of Bethel AMD Church of
[ A spokesman tore 'Multlraclsm at the municipal r
Rev Martin Luther KinK this city, pool has driven us to the
Ivs the integration leader had river," said one swimmer "We COLORED RESIDENTIAL LOTS
tided against accepting the Rev and Mrs. K. D. White Sr. would rather take a chance on
Ip he was offered in the movie left the city to attend the South "
dvise and Consent." Florida Conference in L a k e the The crocs.municipal pool war full of Washington Park, North Miami Beach
The Rev Wyatt T. Walker said Wales and the friends of this Asian swimmers during the week.
|ing made the decision today Community are hoping that they end but only three Africans usedit. Close to 163rd St. shopping center, city water,
ortly before boarding a planer will return to us for another ; police and fire protection
i> New York. year.
Walker said King bad author. Price $3,750 $100 down $44 a month
led the Issuance of this state. Mrs. Dorothy Mlldllan is 1m.
lent: proving nicely after her recent Register Your Call or write owner
Illness. Relatives and friends
"Well: are Talented Child 1755 Biarritz Drive Miami BeachS.
meaning associates of very happy to see her out again.
Inc felt a positive contribution Music Dance or Art
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light be made by my appearance Mrs. t Chlpchase is now Fine Arts Conservatory M. Sherman UN 6-4488
In a film as a Negro senator and at home. Friends wish her a
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Jhe producers of the film were speedy recovery.
ware of these deliberations OX 6-0231

"However, I had not given my Mrs. Estelle Johnson, a faith Over 4,000 Customer Can't be Wrong!
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nat content nor signed any .J L-- .,.....dII 1 I L 'lJ 1l1! : C !!.... .1!....-..
greement."In S. R. 22' Written While You Wait

ho other considering factors I it feel in the addition brief TV Service Calls $1.50 Service First as low as

j role could not be of any significant .
[' value In advancing civil $5.40
rl?ht.8 and therefore have not acr ALL MAKES-ALL MODELS PLUS PANTS InsuranceAgency Deposit
pted the proposal." Starts your Insnrance .

LARRY'S T.V. Immedl.
Nurses Fall Tea
TV SETS Ately,
WE BUY SELL AND TRADE

The Licensed Practical Nurses REPAIRSWe
RADIOS HI-FI AND STEREO
Miami Locka
Club cordially; invite, you to at. Opa
tend its fall tea, Sunday after Sell Used TV' on Credit 3497 N.W. 7th Ave. 16300 N.W. 27th Ave.

noon, Oct. 29 from 4 to 6 at the 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX 1-8024 NE 5.6355 NA 4-6612 I
House of Albert adultorlum, 2530
Service ltd., Opa Locka. tgaasagaggaggggggggsiCASH t ll.l! l if!" t J I 1ft r-N -
Mrs. R. D. Dickinson, president .
? Mrs. L. Perpall recording
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guest speaker for the occasion BENEFITS/ J1
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$100 per week Private Homes

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new duties.

Killens is now general man

ager of the Sir John Lounge

I and the 535 Club, in addition -

to his regular Knight AT KNIGHT BEATNovember

Beat. Killens is announcing

II a brand new policy for the 3-4-5
Lounge, effective immedi '

V 1 ately, including:
BOBBY MARGHAN
Entertainment 6 nit e s

weekly, featuring A house rocker direct from Celebrity Club, Detroit, Mich.

GONZALEZ BLIND Hear him ting,,. .

BOYS TRIO "Something on my Mind"
HOT PAPA TURNER
Package goods on sale 7:00 Plus many other favorite

4 ",' f.., And His Talented Family a.m. to 5 am. at packagestore King Coleman "says: "Bobby Marchan is really someone
,,*$';< <' i' prices. well worth your hearing.'' ;you'll love his songs.Don't .
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I, 7FRI.i SA T. SUN. Popular prices on. all be a Freeloader 1 NEED$25 to MONEY$600

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Join Your NAACP 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.
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CBS Homes Open p.m,
I HURRICANE BOYS .
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Hallowe'en Ball M>W DOWN PAYMENT
J,, Masquerade, Show and
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4601 NW 8th AVENUE "
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Come dressed in Hallowe'en costumes
/ Lovely, corner, Fla. room, garage, hardwood floors,
.:Costumes may be purchased or rented at A. M. Costume $400 down. Ax

Wear, 1150 W. Flagler St. Sf fi FiuNox ....-... -.....
Prizes for the beat costume
771'' N.W. 47th STREET
10 Best Amateurs and The Play' Boys will be Featured 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Fla. room, large backyard, hardwood .
l floors, large rooms, $450 down. .
The Glass, Bobby Marshall and many others will wear '

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Admission Advance $1.25 i t, "' Door, $1.50 FOR SALE Terms 1445 N.W. 44th STREET

Easy Gorgeous, 2 Fla. rooms, lovely landscaping, must see''
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Open Sun. 8-8 p.m. inside Corner, $400 down.

TWO DOLL HOUSES 1430 NW 59th St. ..-. -....

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---- 1232 NW 55th St. 3 bedrooms, carporte, hardwood floors, tile' 'roof,
SPARKLING CLEAN CBS partly* furnished, $400 down. ""o.J*
3 bedroom 2 baths
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$500 down, no qualifying, no closing costs. $85 a garage, Florida room,, ....-....-......
month. One mortgageBEAUTIFUL kitchen all electric.
5300 N.W. 9th AVENUE
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4SIJIW. i 9 Corner lots for sale
Large corner home, asking $9,500, owner may sell
G CBS terms today for $9,000. $57 per month.

Seller pays closing costs. $400 down, $69 a month We build on your lot .
NO MONEY DOWN r
LEGAL REALTY NEWS REALTYThe
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( Broker That Works For You)
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