The Miami times
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00271
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: June 24, 1961
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00271

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Miami's Needy to Vt : 9

'Government Surplus Food ;

-- Metro Commission told Coun. ,
ty Manager Irving McNayr this
week to push for quick action on

GUILTY OF MURDER IN getting needy Dade U. S.families.surplus food for t.. .

MoNayr will meet with state
and federal authorities to set up
A distribution program but .he
$11,000] INSURANCE SLAYING Indicated It probably would: take .

,. ,until 4ugsJ J-: _"':.; y.:<,
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After deliberating for itv6 Miami bfflclals t app(? hours a Circuit Court jury, Metro for immediate aid after
Tuesday midnight, found'' 61 learning from BTW High principal do.
AFRICA HOUND year-old Josephine (Aunt Tina) ,I Two Indicted in KillingI Anthony Gardiner that na
Herman Donrett, son of Mr. Gordon of Coconut Grove, guiltyof number of school children who.lad
and Mrs. Winfred W Dorsett first degree murder in the been receiving a meal a day
and the grandson of Mm. Ida M $11,000 Insurance killing of I I The Dade grand jury has re I from tho surplus program need
Dorsett of 3296 NW 43rd Terr., Theodore (Tate Red) Gordon turned a ,Orst degree murder the food badly with school out

departed from Miami on last Friday last January. Mercy was recommended against Mervia Lee Scott, 28, 5 Caught in 'or the summer. 14
by the jury. I I Metro has paid for distributionof
to spend a week In Wash as the 'IrlggeV r ,man" and Evans
ington, D.C. In an orientation Sentence was deferred by foodstuffs in the past to
program before departing for Judge Joe Eaton until a later James Hughes, 22, as his companion Cuban refugees. At the time it

Africa,, on June 22. He has been date. Three witnesses! including in the shotgun slaying of MoonshineRaids entered into the program, it began -
selected as a participant in the Aunt Tina's own son and the Cruz "Jimmy Cross" Jlminez in negotiations with state and
1961 project of Operation-Cross actual killer, testified that she federal welfare officials for surplus -
his at 2186 NW 6th ave.
roads Africa. For two and a half plotted the murder. 1 1 1 I grocery commodities for local resi
last Jan 18. The grocer was dents.UNKMI'LOYMKNT.
months during the, summer; he She was not the "real aunt"of I
will travel, work and study in Gordon, but had taken care slain when he drew a gun on HIGH
Dahomey, Nigeria, Ghana and of him from his childhood She three robbers. Scott was arreJt' d Three men and two women

Togo. He will also visit Europe had no part in the killing, she In Charleston, S.C. on a charge were arrested on moonshine Labor circles are getting very
while returning to the United said., | of armed robbery. charges by state beverage agents worried about the unemployment
States. I I and Metro police Saturday. picture, especially among
Herman, one of the two, students Negroes who are usually the-
chosen from Howard University Caught In the individual raids first to be laid off when work Is
was selected from among GETS $75,000 were Sam Brown, 35. of 417 slow.
more than 760 students from NW 7th St.; Wilbur Clark, 62, With{ the completion of the, ..Ai'ol".. "
Harvard, Yale, MIT and seven of Ojus; Salljr Mitchell, 42, of I Palmetto Expressway! and the ,\ '4,
other American and Canadian 6812A NW 10th ave.,' Tony Bell, soon to-tbe completed East-West '
colleges and universities. "'! 62r and Marie Uptgrove, 52, both Expressway; there just won't be
Herman is' president of the of 354O NW 14th St. much work about for tho laborIng -

Greek Council at Howard. He I.a is STAR RECORD BONUS crew,
member of, Omega Pal Phi Brown was also charged with An Immediate: start on tho
fraternity, Inc, of which he is possession of numbers equip North-South Expressway will
keeper of records and sea. He is Grambllng, La The Cleve j Evers said the muscular 18 in en t. alleviate: the condition greatly

a rc'-ond-year member of the Tutorial land Indians signed Tommie year old outfielder will be sent
and Advisory staff at thefreubrrcn'0
Agee Saturday to the highest I to Dubuque, Iowa of the class !
residence hall and
bonus ever paid a Negro college "D" Midwest League after
student supervisor of the registration +
program In the college of working out several days with Kennedy

liberal arts.Herman's. Agee received between $60,000 the Indians. I
activities art not, by
means, restricted to extra cur and $90,000 Cleveland officials confided ':

ricular affairs. In March of. this He was signed by Indian that they had to outbid the Chicago Reeues to High Post ,
year, he made the highest score scouts Hoot Evers and Mike I White Sox, Pittsburgh Pirates .
(of 339 students In the college McNaliy.The Chicago Cubs and New ,
of liberal arts) on the Junior York Yankees for Age*'* service. 'tv
Comprehensive Examination.A Grambllng College'Itar, a President Kennedy Thuradnamed
1958 graduate of Booker T. dead ringer for Willie Mays In.. Agee hit ,500, has seven hom Attorney Frank, .i1;.
Washington High School he is structure and baseball temperament I I ers and drove in 37 runs in 26 nf Reeve a District Commissioner'
a psychology major and allied received a class "A" con I games in the Southwestern Con m.. one of a three member board:
science minor.A tract. ference I which administers municipal af
__ fair of the District of Colum-
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Reeves' was named a special
assistant to tho president In j
I Woman Drowns in Pool January. Ills new appointment .

allows him to remain active in
his law practice of Reeves, Rob I
Leola Johnson Wilson, 36, ot inson, Rosenberg, Duncan, Sherry :
7136 NW 14th place; drownedat and Hamlln in Washington.

2:30: p.m. Wednesday while ,M wr* r Reeves was the first Negro to
CUBAN KILLED IN swimming In her employer'spool be elected Democratic National
at 1622 NE lllth St.Mrs. Committeeman for the District

of Columbia. He is also the first "
Jean Rosenberg said the
maid asked to go for a swim in Negro to hold the powerful pout
NIGHT CLUB FIGHT the pool. "She borrowed ray of District Commissioner

.I bathing suit and dived In. $became ._- .. .-.-- I
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gulttr-atrnnuning Cuban: on the phone, she went In again." \
Ask Dismissal
youth was fatally shot:>> by a Having finished her conversation
nightclub employee Wednesday Mrs. Rosenberg went outside
for allegedly attacking him witha and found the maid floating Mrs. Catherine Jones of 1228 Of "Riders"
nail file, Metro homicide detectives GAME MIXED face down in the pool. She NW 67th st., motored to Atlantaearlier

reported. reached and held the victim's this month to the graduation

Barbaro Garcia, of 1313 NW Mississippi.born Jimmy Burns, head above the water. Her of her daughter, Miss Jacqueline Charges
8th ave., died in Jackson Hospital Miami Herald sports editor, has screams brought a neighbor who
the national Shrine Com the maid from Jones. Miss Jones receiv
19 hours after be was sLot: given helped her pull
the Harlem Square. mittee some strong suggestionsfor the pool. ed the bachelor of arts defrte 'In Attorneys for the Freedom
at improving our annual Shrine social science and education Riders, arrested at the Tallahassee -
Granville: Roker, 52, the employee Game here in the Orange Bowl Jf A rescue squad, from the fire from Clark College June 6. airport last week, Toblaa
WM treated for a stab Here are his two suggestions: 'department: gave the woman respiration o Simon and Howard Dixon asked
wound In the stomach. Ho told All for almost an hour. While ul Clark Miss Jonetf Judge John Rudd Thursday' to
1. Stress on getting more
dismiss the .charges on the
police that Garcia became angry Americans In the North and The! maid .J'ad been working at worked as a member of the personnel
the head with grounds they were contrary to
and struck him, on the South lineups. This would necessitate the Rosenberg home for two staff serving as student the constitutional rights of the t
the guitar after he time. earlier extension of invitations months, and was conjldered' a assistant of the dormitories for defendants and that as Interstate
Cuban to leave at closing and co-operation the good swlmmor.Mlamlans women for two years She participated passengers they had a right, to .
After Garcia had lunged after Eait-Wost committee,- as a member of the so- free, unfettered travel. i
him with the file, Roker, said 2. Integrating the fame and ral| science club CFFA, Spanish
-'I he called for his .1% automatic. making every effort to land Ernie In the Hurricane Club, Dormitory Senate and Judge Rudd reserved a rulingon
Garcia fell after he was shot In Davis, Syracuse star for the ange game last year, would be a Council, and president of the the motion until completion
the stomach. North team. Davis: who thrilled big drawing card. Florida. Club. of testimony. ..



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Broward County Demands Christian Hospital 42nd

School Desegregation Plan Anniversary Fund Drive

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Fort Lauderdale A prompt strictly a local one and Involved r- ..A
pan! for dasegregatlon of the II other groups besides the Ah .,
Broward County school systemon NAACP. 4 r' apI
all levels from elementary!
"It has been seven years since
through Junior college was demanded
: the Supreme Court ruled that I
Friday In a federal district l-
'separate (but equal' schools were
court suit filed in Miami.
unconstitutional, said Mrs. John
The suit also asks an Injunc- son.
tion to restrain the school board
"But nothing has been doneIn
from requiring Negroes to attend
Broward County. Not
public schools:' "on the basis of one step
has been taken. The board has
their racial Identities.
not made plans for de
even any
Court action was taken by G. "
E. Graves, special counsel for the
Florida branch of the NAACP. Plaintiffs against the board I

However, Mrs, Eula Johnson, and its individual members were ,<
president of the Broward NAACP Mrs. Hattie Hall, Mrs. Essie Iv- I
chapter, said the decision was erson Hicks and James Vickers.
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Forty-two years ago Mrs. Bonnie -
Busch of Coral Gables gave
$5,000 to establish a hospital In
\':'.''''; ''' Miami accessible to Negro pa-
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20.bed frame structure at 1218
NW 1st ave., the hospital was
i moved into its present 50-bed fa'
c1ll ty.

The new Christian Hospital Is
..l fully equipped with modern
streamlined facilities in a half-
million dollar plant staffed by
well-trained nurses, service personnel
and an active courteous
staff of more than 80 physicians,
both Negro and White, provid-
y't attention ing the finest medical care and

Christian Hospital has been
made possible through the gen
L erosity of civic-mined citizens
and a $75,000 grant from the
Pick Foundation, and a $10,000

grant from the Ford Foundation Surgeons perform an emergency operation in one of

Christian Hospital is a volun the modern, fully equipped' operating rooms.. I

tary non-profit, non sectarian
hospital. It is OWNED BY YOU, 4'r
the citizens of Dade County

The hospital has been operating -
on a sound financial basis
a and meeting Its day to day obli
gatlons. But the bills for the

::4r' equipment necessary to furnishthe
new hospital still remain unpaid -
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of hardship, on the normal .operation -


We are appealing to you to

Five of Dade County's top' est possible score on the Florida LEM. rtr
students received scholarship aid State Placement Test, Price I Your hospital needs you today. 1'1'Y
from Sigma A>pha Chapter of should 'be an asset to Tennessee You may need your hospital to
the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity State University In September.Otis morrow. The life you save maybe
for meritorious achievements Warren of Mays High up- i your .own.
during their high school careers. held his school's growing. tradition I
The five students were Willie of excellence as he was honored
Campbell, Richard Davis, Vaughn for many of his past NoticeMrs.
Lorenza Price, Otis Warren and achievements. As president of

Charles Williams. the iband, Warren has provided Bertha Lewis, presidentof
Willie Campbell, a graduate of excellent leadership and worked Jolly Friends Club Invites you
Booker T. Washington received diligently for the (betterment of and your friends to its Cotton
several other awards which Included his school. Being versatile comes Dress Dansante June 23 at Elks Y
the scholarship trophyfor natural to Otis as he Is found Club, NW 18th ave. and 65th st
football, awards of honor playing the leading role. In his Reservations: OX 1.6984 and ,
from both the University of Miami community. It Is good to know FR 1-6084. A good time for all
and Florida A&M University that well rounded young men are Mrs. Frankie Glover chairman

In the area of dramatics, the "I considering God and religion .... ....
Dare You" book for leadershipand along with their achievements.Otis .
an award for exemplifying Is now serving as superintendent
excellent" :eadershlp while serv- of his Sunday School
ing as president of the Boy and very active In church work.
Counselors at Booker T. Wash Florida A&M University was the
In ton. Campbell plans to attend choice .of Otis for September.

Tuskegeo Institute next fall. Charles Williams a junior at ,
An outstanding: scholar and North Dade High School has already rw

athlete, Richard Davis of Cur- made tremendous achieve- -,..
ver High,: finished third In his ments and was honored before -
class while participating In both reaching: his senior year. Williams Extra loving care is given to all babies in this ultra-

track and football. Recently, he the recipient of a Merrill modern nursery where a constant vigil is kept..
was cited with a $25 award for Scholarship to enter Morehouse
having written the best essay at College as an early admission 1 1'1 . . 'T. __ . .

-Carver Force entitled for Democracy."AdvertisementA He ed student superior next scholarship term: has maintain and high STANLEY SWEETING Enclosed you will find check ( ) or money order ( ) in

was also nominated for the Miami test He Is SATS
Herald Silver Knight Awardin Junior scores.class and president honor society of the, the amount of $........,.................., as a contribution to the

mathematics and plans. to at- champion speller and a winnerIn 1 Can Do Anything"Typing Christian Hospital. .
tend Morehouse College in Sep the essay contest "Advertise
tember. ment A Force for Democracy." Letter Writing

From Northwestern High, Williams has also been selectedby News Writing Advertising Name ..............,...........,................,.,......,::....... ..." ...,................
Vaughn; Price, an active and the University of Miami to Income Tax Notary Public ,,' f

popular recognition student from received the Omega special Pet participate and In science Its summer program mathematics cosponsored Public Relations Address .......................,......................................,...................

Phi fraternity because of his by the National Science Promotions Employment

scholastic achievements and par Foundation. Distributionor Phone ............................
In extra curricular ac These five men were
ticipation young
kind of
tivities. Price was head photo- honored because of their achievements any . . --...... I I .rr.
grapher for the yearbook staff and the desire of the fraternity Public Service
and cited also by the Links In to recognize young men
Ebony magazine among "Bright who possess outstanding qualities SWEETING LAMAR RUPTURED ?
Youth." lie has excelled in science f of scholarship, manhood' and associates
having studied ,for nine perseverance and uplift. Each AiMarlgwia1r
weeks at Knoxville College on a student will receive ay fifty dol. 1128 NW 3rd Av. Qn ,
science grant and selected as the lee scholarship aid award towardhis PIT3
nominee for the Silver Knight college expenses. Bro. T. S. I -
Award In science from North Greer Jr., Is chairman of the (Modern Theatre Bldg.) I l6l n aia ,
western. Having made, the high' scholarship committee.

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A significant part of the an- r
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nual alumni reunion celebration
which was .recently held at Booker
'JIR8 T. Washington High School
r was the graduating class of 1941
: which observed its second reunion -
nrounamiamiBy Pictured are members of
the class which was also. well rep- Hattie Smith, honor student 6717 SW 73rd st., South Miami
resented at the celebration. at G. W. Carver High receives and will attend Clark College
the Gamma Delta Sigma where she will pursue a major in
DAVE BONDU During the late 1930's and Chapter of Sigma Gamma Rho English Miss Smith was also: editor
early 1940's three classes graduated
annual scholarship award of $160
of the Carver Clarion and
each year from Booker T.. from Soror Verneka Silva, guid
'fl." the mid-term class in January ance counselor at O, W. Carver. member of the Student Council,
the June class and the summer Miss Smith is the daughter of Athletic Association and Oratorical
ONE OF TIlE nicest things to Tenderly it's a pistol class: in August. Mr. and Mrs Roosevelt Smith, I Society.
happen' Is the service now being
rendered by L. L. Brooks and his A LOT OF TIIE REGULARSgave Seated, left to right: first r
Bonded Collection Agency. I no. Donald: "Scooter" Hylor a row: Doris Albury, Katie Outlaw .
ticed last week that there was going away party in the Las Ve Robert Clark, Ruth Par- -"" s

an ad In the paper, placed by gas Lounge in Smalls. As I rington, Vernell Wallace. Your Watch Cleaned Oiled, Adjusted
the public relations head, Charlie got It, they had 14 chickens and
Lockhart notifying all of the you know what, to drink. I have Second row: Elsie Farrington, Guaranteed .......""..."...."" '..".." $4,75
people who rent from Donded /been in Smalls to talk to J o e Annie Mae Davis, Arlene Tlllraan Watson Ma-, Your Portrait-Only ,...."..."..." $1.00
Vera Helen :
and are not working to take advantage Metz and he sex the place Is now role Raye Bynoe, Leroy Miller. Class Rings, Luggage Watches Radios t
of the free employment open for parties, banquets and Guaranteed'! Watches
....".... from $6.95
service. This service Is only for get together Next time you Third row: Ida Melvin, Luella 4"
persons renting apartments and plan a little something, try the Deleveaux, Willie Finlayson, Edward DAVID JEWELERS fi ,, II
houses from Bonded who are Las Vegas Lounge it's on the Wake, Prince Farrington. r m r *
not working. They have gathereda corner of 7th st and 2nd ave. 1188 N.W,3.d Ave. FR 4-1522 > //'<( /
listing of jobs to be had and where the big red sign over the Fourth row: Archibald Carey ,
are offering them, free to their door sez, "Smalls." Hider DavIe, Emmett McGill,
tenants who qualify for the different Lemuel Kemp, Harold Thompson
types of Job available FROM ALL INDICATIONS, it Clark was president of the
looks like the Barmaids Ball 'is class, McGill was valedictorianand WE LOAN MONEY !
Miss Raye, the saJutatorlan.
PRETTY GIRL OF The Week: going to be the thing for July
Joan Burton (Mary Elizabeth 30 at the Sir John Knight Beat. ON FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES
Hotel Switchboard.) Pretty Beautiful Dolores; Coffee (III one I
Boy of the Week Hozelle Flor of the contestants, selling votes EXPERT WATCH AND HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS
ence Man About Town: Mc- at the VIP Lounge tryln to
Vicar Coleman Policeman: of top all of the other barmaids.The CLOCK REPAIRS Free Inspection Reasonable Costs i
the Week: Big Nick. first prize is a trip to Haiti Andrew Jewelers
So come on y'all and help your And Interest Fast and Efficient Service I Ii
favorite barmaid win the 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
THE GLASS WR telling about trip by
the Urban League affair last making her the most popular bar- All work guaranteed i ABC MORTGAGE CO. FR 1-1493 !
Sunday at the Knight Beat. maid in Miami. 40 Year* In ButlnM
Clyde told me of Napoleon Reed FR 8-0162 703 Seybold Bldg. Evening Phone UN 6-6886
captivating the entire audience. NEXT THURSDAY, Phil Harris I
Mr. Reed was the star of Car wil present the finest stage
men on Broadway and the voice show at the Capitol Theatre -
of Joey Adam in the movie), that he has ever produced. Phil
Naturally the Glass had to put will present!! Joan Burton, ,enattonat -
on some of his show as well ballad and Jazz singer;
and the ofays went wild. The Sam Early and his band; a battle .._
club. is Integrated and everyoneis )f shake dancers and maybe Mrl! -
welcome Clyde Ls having the Blues Wynonnle Harris, with *
show of shows this week when Clyde Klllens's permission Wy I
director from the Apollo: Theatre oonle Is appearing at the Knight L ::] r : ( "
comes Mr. Wynonnle Harris, Beat so we must have the 01 ,, ,
whose new rendition of "Don't from the Glass. I
Roll Those Bloodshot Eyes at r fswM..w
Me" is a big hit all over 'the II
country. I think this Is one Life, Every Golden Minute of I*. I

show you won't want to miss. --- -

Enroll Your Child Now
SPEAKING of tAlent, yon
must see and hear Dottie Dud "Adventure in the ArU" ,

ley and her spouse, Mop. Sheis Fine Arts Conservatory
appearing at the Ml Bowling 'A
(Carver YMCA)
and plays the swlnglngest organI ii / _
have ever heard. Next time you June 17 August 1 g'r.

are at the MI, ask Dot to play Music Dance Art



1520 N.W. 62nd Street

, 0 Q. What do they mean CLEAN CLEAN, CLEAN? R&358A: ** s$ M

A. They mean that the crispest, driest martini TOIM

under the sun Is made with cleantastingFLEISCHMANN'S '' -- .

Fresh Meat-Low Prices GIN ; '

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For all ,
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:.Main Office at 0740 N.W. pith Avenue-Phone OX 1.0421 _,' I' '

ranch at 1112 N.W. Third Are., Miami, 'orJda.-Phone FR 8-2230 o' .e. SUNDAY, JULY 30thIn

II. K. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and l>> r 9
GARTII C. REEVES, Managing Editor : '
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Entered as Second Class Matter, AugUst 0, 11)27, at the Post Officeat I I
Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870 KNIGHT BEAT PLAYHOUSE. .
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES ',,,1> Of The Sir.John Hotel
O\U YKAR 94.50-SIX MONTHS 2.1li-TllREE MONTHS $1.:0 ) "; -

114W: NKUUO PRESS believes" that America can: bet lead the world -
(rum racial I and national antagonisms when it accords to every man KNIGHT BEAT'S MGR. J
regardless! nt rare, color or treed: his human and legal rights Hating
no IUHI*. fui'nm no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man Clyde Killens ; POPULARITY CONTEST
In the firm bMef that all men are hurt .a* loi.g as tui)one U held ':\
back. Popular manager of the Knight Winner will receive aJl-expense-paid star at the I
Kent Club, NW Oth St. and 3rd
Ave., who continues to pack 'em Famous Hotel Castelhaiti in Port-au-Prince
BAR THE BAR in at all of his Attractions. I
Richmond Heights 12-year-old growing subdivi Killens, whose favorite Is
'sion has become somewhat disturbed and is appealing to holding a {glass as shown, when I VALUABLE PRIZES TO LUCKY VOTERS I

the County authorities to help it settle its problem. Whatis directing activities at his club, I .
boasts of class entertainment
always top ,
the problem? The citizens do' not want a bar in their at popular prices. Ills Vote for your favorite, Barmaid, .Bartender. Waiteror I

midst. So far the Heights, has had no liquor dealers. Sunday matinee show, which Waitress. ..' : ,,....
Members .of the Richmon 1ltle Jthtct"Citizens Com- kicks off at 4 p.m. every Sunday 't! ..5;:, .'t" qL" : r ,:. ._ :L. -. ;: ..w: ,'...?. ;4gYoulina ;
:. and runs! until 0, is, immediate !
Jl abut
homfeownersrdp'ortHhat C. I miSlarvey y.wjn'fJ+ ftrip'i lA'\l.tl titiSOb: ;
mitt /an association of ly followed by his Sunday night < .
subdivision supervisor' for Metro Building and show. Other attractions are: .- I "
Zoning Department; John J. Adamick, administrative director Monday night, fight night; Tuesday
night, Amateur alto; Thursday -
of the Building and Zoning Department, and nlte, Ladies nits, and Fri Mail or bring to GOOD FOR
:Frank Tolin, North Miami Beach building contractor, are day and Saturday, show time.There's Contest Headquarters, Barmaids Ball ;, JO POINTS
backing plans to start a bar in this community.J. i never a dull moment at : ,
Clyde Kill ens' Knight Beat Club, Suite 223, Sir John Hotel 'v"" "
for the 700 members of the :
M. Reed, spokesman where you are always welcome. \ '
organization, said : "We want to keep our community' 270 N.W. Oth St., Miami, Fla. ,

quiet and decent, like any other.
"These three men seem to think that where Negroeslive NoticeThe MY VOTE GOES TO

there has to be a bar. Well, they don't stop to think ;: w. I
the reason behind our moving here was to get away from Usher's Union Association ," ," ,
that sort of thinking." will meet on Sunday at 3 p.m.
I St. Matthew's Free Will Baptist .
Harvey and Adamick claim that the bar will be op- at Church, NW 6th court be In The Popularity Contest ",r..'
erated by the Richmond Heights' Athletic Club, a nonprofit I tween 20th st. and 20th Terr. I r'.'

group which is constructing the ,club and will over. : The program will be rendered Voter .1..N1.......11..1111111111111.11111..11...............?,.............":.......................
between St. Matthew's Free Will
the running of it. officers of the club.
see They are I Seniors and Mt. Zion's Juniors.All .

R. F. Cook, head of Metro's zoning and building department members are asked to be Address .................................................................. Phone ...?..............
said .he sees nothing wrong.,with the operation. ; present! and on time.
County Attorney Darry Davis, in an oral opinion also sees David Hudson, president; Miss ( Winners will be announced Sunday, .JulJ.ao
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nothing wrong with it. Dorothy ;. '
Adamick said that the the citizens committeeis
reason _
u.(JIIIIL Ul! lUll UIU 1JIl: nI 1 rB7\1J7\'rfl\1li1! JIDfmUmL1tJTI't'JI'f!" 4JU.1Bl wmt'mi.-- --
trying to block the club is due to their fear that lower

class people and migrant workers from Goulds and Per-

surburb.rine will come into the high class Richmond Heights MARCIA JANE HOMES

This reason seems to be a very good one.

At a mass meeting at Martin's Memorial Church LOOK
600 Richmond Heights residents voiced their oppositionand .

voted to take every possible step to halt the club. Live in one of these brand new deluxe CBS homes foras
Both Harvey and Adamick resigned their positions
after County Manager Irving McNayr criticized their little as $15.00 a week :

venture. Harvey was employed by the county for 12 years. Your choice of 5 models 1, )?"",'',-

Adamick served as a county employee for three years. 2, 3 and 4 bedroom homes V .. .
Salary attached to these offices were $9,000 and $8,668
respectively.Will Garages or carports

their voices be heard? Will their plea be denied? Large closets, gas heaters, built-in oven and ranges
Lots 75 ft. 100 ft.
We must wait and see. ** x
2 blocks from schools, shopping, churches

Attorney RIGHT General Robert TO TRAVEL Kennedy, testifying beforea DOWN PAYMENTS from $200

Senate appropriations sub-committee on Monday in

support of a $294,239,900 appropriation for the Justice NO CLOSING COSTS
Department had a little run-in with Southern Senators &
only $5.00 per week on down payment)
Ellender of Louisiana and John McClellan of Arkansasover

the freedom riders and the U. S. Marshalls he sent, DIRECTIONS
into Alabama to protect them. Replying to questions
about the riders, Kennedy told them: "Whether you like Open Saturday U. S. 1 Drive south U.S. 1 Drive south

them pr not they had a right to travel, and when the law turn left at Old Cutto Allapattah Road,

broke down, I believe that anybody on this committee. t And Sunday ler Road, then turn left on Allapattah to
would have done exactly what I did." right at S.W. 118th Old Cutler Road,

Senator Ellender said the riders .were looking for For Inspection Ave and follow the then turn right and

trouble by advertising in advance exactly what they were signs follow the signs. ....

going to do. "It strikes me they were deserving of the reception .....---.......--.....
and got what was to be expected."
The Attorney General said he would have a tough SALES REPRESENTATIVE

time reaching a decision that the issue be decided on in FORD REALTY INC.
the streets and by the beating of people. ,
5524 N.W. 7th Avenue -:- Phone: PL 7.2559 Miami, Florida. "


that the undersigned, desiring to
engage in business: under the NAACP Youth Council is sponsoring
fictitious name ofSHERMAN a dance Tuesday night, 376 N.W. 25th STREET
HOTEL June 27 at the Mary Elizabeth MIAMI, FLORIDA
465 N.W. 4th Street Hotel Fiesta Room. Music will be 1
Miami Florida by Wally Futch and his band. FR 9-4267
intends to register the said name Admission SOc stag and 75c
Court of Dade County, Florida.A. I
L. Symonette, Owner I HARRY MARKOWITZ, President

June 440 24,N.W.July 1 16th, 8, Terrace 15, 1961 I Advertise It Pays! .
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LEO B. ARM&RI STEP k The Dade County Bar ,Associate er who commissioner succeeded in John having McLeod 80,000 :i 1476 N.W. 58th Terrace" '

... fir. f': ... ..;;."+" ............ _........ ... rs and their loyalty. Monday of peope: sign it. Only 14,000 was Lawrence Heduick, pastor !:
-- #''''#' tlon is checking up on its memothis '
1 : necessary to force an election. Frank Bryant, .A S. M/cia1 j
MIAMI ,NEEDS TO GIVE TO *. week the association, (by a Sunday School....................... I 10:00: I'
j GET MAJOR LEAGUE BALL unanimous vote, decided to expel Mae Dawn Rahmlng, a recent Morning worship M.............. UOJ, '1
tbed any member who takes the Fifth, graduate of Booker T Washington Evangelistic service ................ Juu: ,
Miami has fanned the rumor Amendment to avoid testifying :
fire of getting another shot at base baa.: The other was concerning Communist party af High School has bean nomi __ J
Big League (baseball, but it does Nate Moreland, who piloted the filiation. I nated for the Miami Herald
:hot seem &s If the flames could Calexlco team In the Arizona Award by a committee .of faculty NEW MT. ZION BAPTIST )
,be made to flicker, it. ,was once Mexico league a few years ago. Members who have taken such and students from the school.
She expects to enter In. Rev. W. M. Mason, pkator
considered a disgrace to a town oath action in the past will not Tuskegee
If _JAX TOURNEY JULY 20 23 be put out of, the association. stltute in the fall.Personal Rose and Mary Minter, reporter
it was not able to maintain a ,. Sunday School: ........................ >>::30
baseball _team. It was felt although All golfers In the South Flor Morning worship ... ... 11:00:
attending the University
there was a lack of public ida area are extended an invita Negroes of are Miami and report that MentionMrs. BTU ...?..?....,.?...............?.......... 5:30:

spirit tion to the Jacksonville Gate they are being treated just like Catherine Peterson left Evening worship .................... 7:00:
A town with baseball City Open Tournament
no team
July 20- other students and everything Is June 21 for Johnston, S. C. to
23. .
was a reflection its citizens
on ,
going on nicely. The UniversityIs visit her parenU Mr. and Mrs. --- -
sports writers and the commun Practice rounds will be played Merry Genn. She
a private institution and integrated accompanied by
ity as a whole, but Miami does Thursday 20 the Lincoln
July at
; without pressure of any her son, Phillip Jr., plan a 2-
not seem to have this feeling of Golf Course. Professional entry kind. This is certainly a boost week stay. Advertise It Pays!Iu"
pride which is an absolute fee is and fee
necessity $20 amateur entry
for Miami, but then Miami is far
to become the is
proud pos $12.
ahead of most southern cities In
sessor of a good baseball team. Cash prizes and trophies will race relations.We .
George Storer and Bill McDon total $1,600 with professionalcash

aId did all they could using prizes t9talling ,$500. are 'not going to have pub. u"

their great wealth ,to keep base Any of these men will give lie kindergartens In Dade County SKIPPTSNM "
bal in Miami, but got no coop complete details of the tourna for the present school term, II
atlon other cities San Franccisco
ment If contacted In Jackson anyway. The cost is too much,
Los Angeles Houston and vllle at 1492 W. State or call EL- says the school authorities. It
Minneapolis, in their effort to gin 41873. would run into more than 37th ST AT NM. 27rti Aye;
nail down baseball
major league J. E. Hutchins, chairman and $12,000,000.For .
were given free rent or concessions treasurer; George Harris, business -
or even million-dollar single sessions 547 class
manager; Al Joyner, secretary
bond issues but not Miami- rooms would be needed at
; J. R. Burris, director; J.
thinking it has too much to offer $16,000 each; 708 teachers at

If New York had taken this NAACP LOOKS DOWN ON There are some class rooms
attitude there would not be anew PGA'S DECISION now available, but for single
national league team being sessions there must be 135
born there in '62. Wake up MI- 'rhe NAACP was shocked to teachers at a total cost of $736,'
,ami' see yourself as others see learn that the pressure broughton 695. '
you with great potentialities; but by the decision to permit $
needing much more productive Charlie Slfford to play In the Under the present law the state _
power. 1962 Professional Golf Tourna would pay 2% million dollars
ment in Los Angeles has forced and Dade County 9tf million. Star of WMBM
the playing from Los Angeles to -
TAKING SHAPE Arnlmlnk Golf Course, Penn.In Bahamians are about to explore

The ingenious craftsmanshipthat a letter to Aronlmlnk prexy, for oil. Announcement has been Here In Person
goes into the long and tedious W K. Miller the NAACP stated made by Sir Roland Symonette,
job of building a good baseball "We are extremely unhappythat head of the Bahamas Petroleum
team over the is be Aronlmlnk has decided to Board, that beginning July 5 SUNDAY ''
JUNE 25TH 2 5 P.M.
will begin at the -
ginning to show off in both major : make Itself a party to the con explorations ,
tinuing un-American practices of Southwest Bahama Hank area
leagues. In the national the
Cincinnati Reds are flexing their the Professional Golfers Assoc just 15 miles from Cuban territorial FREE PRIZES 1 I FREE RECORDS
boyish muscles and showing the iation." waters. Operations will go J
until 2.
the how to stayon on
top. Cincinnati has had for ,
bowers! are making a mad
From Jerusalem news
several seasons now the power comes
scramble for the top positions In SENSATIONAL
ban. been found
and team to be counted from the a stone"
the league after four weeks of
top (but hat not been able to coordinate bearing the; name Pontius Pilate.
bowling. The ten best averagesare lines the stone read SAVINGS
into action now they are The on : CASH '
held by Eddie Thorpe 168; "
"Tiberlum, the second line,
clicking although they may
James Mitchum 160; Dennis "Pontius Pilate" The third had
tall short with experience r
just a bit
Peak 159 Robert Jackson 159
will be 'mentioned ; ; I not yet been deciphered. Pilate
highly when the final count II J. Hagen 168- A. Beason 165: J. was governor of Judea from 26 -
White 151 Chuck Bridges 148
; >: ; to 36 A.D.October .
made. Earl Edge 148; Sam McDaniel
The Detroit Tigers have sound
ed its warning ,roar in the Amerl 148.High individaul score; Robert 17 l is the date fixed
can league and those mid-eeaaon Jackson, 220: Darden Baker, tor a special election on a plano
leaders went scurrying for refugeIq 203; James Mltchum 202. abolish our Metropolitan formof "EEE"
second, third and even eighth High individual 3-game scorf government and go back to
and ninth place in the league. Darden _Baker 554; Earl Edge ,he o.d: order of things with a Widths I
The way the Tigers have been 637; Robert Jackson 527. live-man county commission. The'CareCraft'
shedding the pressure the Yanks Colon.* Sizes 1
and Indians have been puttingon lilnrkfiat. Il! i
with no aparent ill elects, 0-12
who knows, they may be there White
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week, was this week named non-

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Batavia N.Y. club in the clan D 9-5857 ,
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Baker, 35, is the second Negro ROOT BEER, Personal Chats
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1 SAYS : (

--.. -.---- Kids Making Discove ry in Phases of Art I.;

The charges made by segregationists '
that the NAACP is '
controlled or Infiltrated receiveda .1 : I F1I
deathblow from FBI directorJ. a ,
Edgar Hoover in his excellent e PCB td t I e 't'J
''book, "Masters of Deceit." He
tells how NAACP's national lead

ershlp has vigorously denounced ;

I communist tion. attempts at infiltra

He said, "In 1951",,. In the Prayer -
.;. J JLJ Pilgrimage: for Freedom In
Washington, the Communist
Party attempted to move in to
exploit. the pilgrimage as a rally.
ing point for unity. NAACP
leaders publicly told the corn
munlsts that they were not welcome
and steps were taken to
The metropolitan character of Pastor Bouman shown in the keep them oft the platform. One I''I iia 'I'
Miami is shown, in part ,by the picture with the youngest Sun outstanding Negro leader even
organizing of churches of various day School member Is the Inter tried to cancel the pilgrimage to : ;I7 : c
denominations. Such a im pastor. Rev. Dade, a young prevent communists from propogandlzlng -
church is the Liberty City Luth man who has served several the event.",

eran Church (Missouri Synod) years as a missionary in Nigeria, .. _, __..wa__........--........ .... -,a.; .. e'_.
Organized in February of this will become the regular pastor Mr. Hoover went on to tell of
year with a group of 35 members next month. one of the most effective anti- Pictured are a group of Dab .lervatory, In the Carver YMCA
and a Sunday School of 30 All Lutherans in the Greater communist measures, he had let-Jazz dancers from Miss Su building 6770 N\V ICth ave.
children the congregation is Miami area and all interested seen. This concerned an NAACP san Startler's class at the Fine This program begins June 17 and
currently holding services at the persons are cordially invited to meeting in Norfolk Va., in which Arts Conservatory: Eunice Ho runs twice weekly Wednes
Carver Branch of the YMCA, attend the services of the Lib- the clergyman presiding openedthe Ran Dlna Page, Sheila Austin day and Saturdays for ,seven
16th ave. at 58th St. Sunday erty City Lutheran Church, meeting stating that if there Wanda Page, Lizette Johnson weeks.
School is at 2 o'clock; church which a warm welcome awaits were any members of the Com Janice Morning Juanita Deahaz- This is the last week of registration ; -
services at 3 o'clock. you. munist Party present, they would: lor and Miss Stadler. They will be for the present class. For
be excused.. When no one left continuing the fun of learningthis Information phone OX 6-0231
:nc =..............p n csx c w.......= w t zs>a>: 1 the chairman asked each individual .summer at the school's "Ad or Fr 4-7053

attending if they were par. venture in the Arts" a big
ty members. Only one tried to seven week ,program designed
Between The Lines
I evade answering and he and his especially for your child. This is
: companion were asked to leave. a discovery for him In all phasesof ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
By GORDON HANCOCK for : He was a known communist. the art including music,
dance and art for only $15 Now
===:::1 >;;;;;'=:::1 ];;t7rwcand ; ;,; i Mr. Hoover, in my estimation that school is out and your childis For everyone. We specialize in
is the greatest American author-
SHALL FREEDOM RING? degredatlon. communism. beginning to be bored or too assigned risks with small down
ity on Segregationists
I There is not in all this landa should read his book and much on the street corner get payment. Financing arranged.
More than a hundred years ago :I white person who knows as him over to the healthiest pro Altman: Insurance Agency, 768
get acquainted with truth.
Samuel Francis Smith glowing; I these young Negroes know the gram of the summer the NW 3rd St., FR 2421..
with a vibrant patriotism, wrqte: 1 humiliation: and degredatlon that I recommend this book to all "Summer Adventures In the

My country 'tis of thee, I go along with segregation, and Americans; those who recognize Arts camp at the Fine Arts Con ",.,y

Sweet land of liberty, there is all the more credit due the threat of communism and -- -- -- ..-
Of thee I sing. to those few whites who try to those who are uncertain about
Land where our fathers died I understand and thus hold up the Red alms It is time we were all
Land of the pilgrim's pride, hands of the Negroes who are awakened and united in the
From every mountain side fighting for the cause of free battle against the Red menace.
Let freedom ring. dome You might be interested to know
that copies of "Masters of De-
Freedom's song is being raised It is as true to day as when celt" are being distributed by
by the peoples throughout the some great mind conceived and Alan Courtney of radio station A
earth. From Greenland's icy spoke, "He who would be free WQAM as a community serviceof
mountains, to India's coral himself must strike the blow" the Florida Power and Light
strand, Where Africa's sunny It was William Lloyd Garrison Co. Congratulations to both! In
fountains roll down their golden who was mobbed in the streets this patriotic service, the power
sand." Freedom is in the air of of Boston; it was John Brown company Is shedding greater
the nations and the humblest who was hanged high at Charleston light than all of its power plants
peoples of the earth are talking for the Negro's freedom; it put together.
about freedom. Is it any wonder was thousands and tens of thou

then that the Negroes of America sands of whites who fell on the ....+-.-----.---.----.-------------.--.IIII...-#-.. .
have joined in this cry of battlefields, for the Negro's freedom -
freedom. Meet Your Friends at

The immortal Franklin Delano If we have bred a generationof
Roosevelt started the current Negroes who themselves are LITTLE CAL'S
wave of talk about freedom. lie i willing to die for their own free
summed up four freedoms and dom, we need to thank God for 2955 N. W. 54th St.
the freedom chant is being them and their raw courage.
swept around the earth. These young Negroes who are be-
One of President Kennedy's ing beaten here and there about 0
strongest pleas today is his freedom the South are in very truth the
plea; and it is this plea heroes of this generation. Cold Beer and Wine I

that overmatches the shrewd and And what is most slgnfllcant, qurrr
calculating Khrushchev who not a Negro has raised his handin Hot Sandwiches H.wta "t dllbsN"bb
r+1tgtwMt r7N ,
must peddle the slavery that is the fight back act. It is this
IIAIIOLI) YOUMHILOOD Prop. 1U1111Aip0 cox 34b7-F2 Savannah, Ra
communism. Christ-1lkeness that makes this i f rtNI Mil01Q

When Kennedy talks about young militant Negro so power .," ," " " "

freedom he has the backing, the fu!'. We have at last produced a -- -- -
moral backing, It you please of generation of young Negroes
the Bible and of Jesus Christ who are willing to get hurt for
and of God Himself. I I the cause of their freedom

There is strength in this freedom
When the new president of the
cause. It is therefore most Southern Baptist Convention
gratifying to see these young recently taking over, he urged was THE
Negroes ,stand up to be countedfor "patience" in this matter of -f: JJlagtefti1Ifrt \ /
the cause of freedom. This race relations. I should have nCOMe(

writer was wrought up with inspiration been more inspired had he urged ,
to see in one of our not only patience but perserverance. '
Negro newspapers the picture ofa .
young Negro who declared 4 MASTER BEDROOMS TILE BATHS
The English also the
that he was ready to die for the -
cause. Colonists to be patient. England ::
urged the Irish for hundreds of \ 7
of freedom for the
The plot
years to be patient They urged NO MONEY DOWN
Is ripening when
Negro young I upon the Indians and Gandhi to
Negroes are not only willing togo be patient.
through with their sit-ins, NO CLOSING COSTS
But the time came when Gand
their kneel-ins, and their freedom # A
hi did
not mind dying. The time #
rides, bat ure willing to die came when the IrLsh cried for a :
for the cause of freedom.It Free State and Patrick Henry T ON YOUR LOTNO

is true these young Negroesare spoke at Old St. Johns. Shall
'being censured by a segmentof freedom ring? ___
the nation's press, but these
young Negroes have the moral roo I r _.........
backing of a large segment of
the thinking public of the world. Operation Clean up
And the thing that makes 'ho n
current struggle so powerful Js Collection of rubbish and refuse n
non-violence tenet.
its in front of premises
,Much fault Is currently beta? MONTHLY

found with all that these cleaning of walk-ways, gutters PAYMENTSwhen
struggling young Negroes are
doing to attain unto the freedom and side walks in you follow the
that doth become full-fledged magic finance plan
citizens, but these hecklers fail front of premises. SEETHE

to that find make fault these with young the Negroes things PLEASE DO NOT PLACE a $HCOme (jUttSte/t\ /( MODEL

alt in, and kneel in and take
these freedom rides. WATERMELON RIND ON

There is an underlying cause 5724 PEMBROKE RD., HOLLYWOOD Just one block east of Route 441 TODAY !
that needs examination. And that \
is race prejudice with its
segregation cause with its humiliation ....--........-........................



PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1961 19thThe $350.Down
Contest July Meeting .
Opa Locka Health Club No closing cost

will present a Miss Body Beau The annual meeting of the $73.51'a' month
tlful and Mr. Miami Physique i Miami Chapter of the
contest at the Northwestern High American Association for the. One mortgage

1 I School auditorium, Wednesday, United Nations will be held 8:00: fiamutlful bedroom, modern
July 19 at 8:30: p.m. Monday, June 26 In the
This affair offers the oppor- Vlscaya p.m. Room of the Columbus CBS building. AU til. : feature
tunity to everyone In and aroundthe Hotel. Former U. S. Senator LARGE LOT
South Florida area to com
Claude Pepper will speak.
pete for the titles of Miss Body
Phillip Yagman BrokerPL
Beautiful and Mr. Miami Phy Originally scheduled for June ,
sique. 12, this meeting was postponed 4-4484
'I ,Contestants will use their because of the death of Senator ,
beauty or their muscles; to vie Pepper's mother.
for these titles.
I Clubs and organizations are The pubic is invited to att '1d.
Invited to sponsor contestants. Phone JE 8.4685 or PL 8.7878
I I This is particularly true of young for reservations. Refreshments,
ladles who feel that they can $1.00.
i ., 1 I
"s. I Quality for the Miss Body Beautiful
r a r 1 contest. All deslr
; i I persons
" ; I ous of participating can cantact
I, Ezekiel Poitier by calling MU NOW OFFICIALLY
1.3667 or by visiting his residence
at 1995 NW 152nd St.
Deadline for all entries Is OPEN 844 N.W. 51st St.

.....flM., __' -4'-- -,...-____........."'" ... _......___ ..-,... k_'_ attend Tuesday this, July contest 18. .will Persons be awed who
Reigning as NorthwesternHigh by the contestants and amazedby MtortoHtofefmpoymenMgency; $495 Down $75 Mo.
School Prom Queen during the demonstrations of physical No qualifying
the recent end of school activities feats accomplished ''by the I no closing
was charming Joan Adder students of physical culture. / costs: Beautiful fe bedroom
ley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ju15 with large Florida room and
Lawrence K. Adderley Jr., 1371 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. front porch. Plus wash

NW 66th St. Fashion FlairThe house. Only $10,500..
The queen's court looks on aa
Baldwin Hepburn sings, "A Crusaders of the NAACP -
"ANY MAN'S Pretty Girl Is Like a Melody" will present the fabulous: Continental .
WOMAN" Models In a benefit fash $395 Down$78 Mo.
Ion,flair Sunday, June 25 at the MAIDS ,- work.,, ,in ,New .
PLUS The Winner! ", .4, I II Dixie..Park-Youth center. fr9ai'5' York' = $35 to $55 South of 54th Street
I "Riff Raff" I until 8 p.m. An Enjoyable after
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$1.25. Mary Lou Brown is president
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-- and Etta Mae Jones, chair' room, etc. ,

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AL May we say thanks again to ; Air
bus transportation
those who helped us make this or Near 8th Ave. and
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Clara B. Hilton, presidentRev.
M. J. Fayson, pastor $345 Down $73 Mo.

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Harold Kemp, Res. Mgr. RealtyNE CelebrationGo
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NE 3-0611 3,2036JACKSON'S Nassau' this summer. Our big excursion leaving room. Owner sells very

., .I Miami July 31st by Pan American, British Overseas cheap. Make offer.

and Cunard Eagle Airways. This tour gives you (3)
"- glorious days and ((3)) gala nights in this tropical 4715 N.W.) '10th Ave.

paradise. This promises to be the trip of the year. Custom built -
TODDLE Come to Nassau on this $125 package tour that will $750 Down

be sold to you at the low low
price only .
IS NOW CONDUCTING' ITS $75 Round Trip from Miami 1125 N.W. 74th St.
$400 Down 'Month
This gives you your hotel accomodations for 3 days
SUMMER SESSIONJune and 3 nights with breakfast. A $15 deposit will hold (Drive by Call us)

your reservation until July 20. ACT NOW! Reservations OPEN SUNDAY
19th through July 21st are coming in daily and we expect this tour

Grades Kindergarten thru 7th will be a sellout. For information and reservations NEWS REALTYPL

call YUkon S-7724 or write! 3999, Hallandale Beach 4-0655
REGISTER NOW Blvd., West Hollywood, Fla.

... .. %. Your host and public relations representative 4600 N. W. 7th Ave.
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James Cooper Jr., Mgr for Goodwill Tours
Charles Patrick
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EIDIT ; --- aunt, Mrs. Cora Martin, and THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
4A Rev II. C. Samuel, who Is president !
FOR SALE of the 'convention. SATURDAY JUNE 24, 1961 PAGE 9
Other contestants were Bar
bara Harris of Jacksonville and
1101 N.W, 65th St.
Alton Duller of Delray. The
:$690 DOWN Judges were Rev T.V.. Samuelof
Eustla. Prof. Stanback of Be- .
Payments less than rent. thune Cookman College and w .',
.,' .. 2-bedrooms, CBS, garage, +W Nurse Beavh. Weaver of West Palm

enclosed porch, on large Miss Smith Is a 1961 graduateof
corner lot, awnings, nicely Booker T. Washington where
landscaped. See she was a member of the Future
today and
a Rwav
Teachers of America and the v
call. j chorus. She plans to enter Be-
thune Cookman in September.
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I I of' Mrs. Virginia Haddock and
WHAT A BUY granddaughter of Mrs. Jane E.
Herout and the late Rev P. D.
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1781 NW. 73rd Street
Stat Youth Congress of
Rev. James P. Waldon, pastor
Sunday School . . 9:30: the Church of God in Christ of
Florida will at
Morning Service . 11:00 Eastern convene

BTU . . . . .6:00: Delray June 21-25,. Elder A.
Evening Service . . 7:30 Ridley, host pastor.

Main theme: ""Judgement
Women of The Preparation.." Everyone is invited

it Is participated in by every.
body. Monopolized by nobody.
Baptist DenominationThe There everybody is somebody.

Elder William Atkins, State
time is fast approaching president, presiding. Missionary,
for the World Fellowship dinnerto Mary L. Davis, state chairlady.
be held at Mt. Zion Baptist jun24

Church on Monday evening, July


I Weekly meetings pertaining to <5340< N.W. 18th Ave.
PAGE 10 this affair are being held every Rev. C. W. Scott, pastor
Thursday at 8 p.m. at St. John Dea. Earl Golden clerk

Baptist Church and the cause Sunday School....................... 9:3C:
Bright Morning Star CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP needs your presence. If you are Morning Worship ................ 11OC:

1r Interested in kingdom building BTU .......................................... > 8:00
360 N.W. 14th Terrace 220 N.W. 20th Street please come. Evening; Worship .... ............, 7:00:
Rev. R. S. Smith Elder G, G. Fann, pastor Praper meeting Tuesday... 8:OU
The women of Bright MorningStar Sister Mary Browder, reporterWe There is a chairman of ticket

are looking forward to Sun invite you to come and sales in every church. If your CHRISTIAN SCIENCE
day when their first annual Wo worship with us. church does not have tickets

man's Day will be observed. An Sunday School . . 10:00 please contact the area chair' I Christian Science Society, NW
inspiring program has been planned Morning worship . .11:30: man, Miss Marie White or the Miami, holds its services every
and we are asking and ex Evening worship . . 7:30: area treasurer, Mrs. Thedford Sunday at 11 a.m. Booker T.
pecting all of our friends and Johnson who will be delighted'o Washington School. Testimonial

visitors to come out and help to GRACE PRESBYTERIAN serve you.President meetings are held once a month,
make this day a success. Evening the last Wednesday in each
services begin at 7:30 p.m. 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. Finlayson and President month at 8 p.m. Indt
Mrs. Eilla M. Davis, I Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor Susie Holley, both of the
chairmanBAHA'I : Sunday School . . 9:30 I General Baptist. State Convention
Morning service . . 11:00: I have made appeals to the
FAITH Evening service . . 7:00 I entire membership and friends SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING

Wed. night study . g:16: ,I as well as the public to support COLORED
Allan Perlman of Palm Island Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m. I this movement which sole pur PSYCHIC READER

Miami Beach will conductthe Vacation Bible School has hada Women's Day will be celebrated pose Is to invest in the youth of

final of a series of discussion satisfying opening week. We at Mt. Calvary Baptist Church our country. -CONSULT HER-

based on the book, "Pres- have just one more week to go. Sunday, June 25. The doors will
cription For Living" at the All children, come and Join us 'be open all day. Mrs. Beatrice This area represents three distract

Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th from 9 a.m. to noon. You will Waldron will be the morning associations, the Seaboard,
Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, June 26. have fun. speaker and Mrs. Mary McLen- Atlantic Coast and Florida East

The theme for this session will The Youth Fellowship Spring don will be the evening speaker. Coast.
be "What Is the Big Scheme?" Dance will be held on the resi Mrs. Vivilora Gainey will be the
The public La cordially invitedto dence lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Earl 3 p.m. speaker. There will also MT. HERMON A. M. E.

attend. Phone secretary, FR Edwards, 1370 NW 72nd St. this be a baby contest There will be
Sunday School . . 9:30: i
1-6420, for further Information. Friday evening, from 7:30 to dinners after the morning ser Morning Worship . 11:00 '
10:30: vice.
p.m.There "Uveivlng Worship . .7:00
Church of The Open Door will be an Education Rev. S. L. Gay, pastor
Planning Conference this Sundayon I ST. PAUL A. M. E.
(Congregational) the church lawn from 5 to This week we are having a fine
Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. 7:30: p.m. The purpose of this Rev. M. J. Fayson, pastor time at our church. Every heartis Let her years of experience guide
E. McNael, reporterOn conference Is to take a critical I Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter made to feel glad as Rev. and protect you throughout life
'took at !Sunday School . . 9:30 Daniel as a lighthouse guide the ships Ina
last 'Saturday evening, un our past program, and a great evangelist, storm. For success In business
to decide Morning Worship . 11$$00 preaches to
der gaily colored lights, more upon ways of improve us in our revival and love.DON'T .
members and friends ment for our coming program Evening Worship . . 7:00 meetings.The .
than 200
shared an evening filled with from would September like to have to each June.church We Rev. Daniels, our guest minister crowning point will come OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF

fun, music and delicious food organization well 'brought us the Father's Day Sunday, June 25 when there will GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
laden tables, on the spacious message.. His subject was, "Fath be a triple event
There will be : Quarterly conference
grounds of the Church of The no evening service ers' Duties to Their Children.'.' Office Hour:
this cornerstone laying and
Open Door. The Father's Day tea was a huge dedication of the church. Invitations 9 a.m. 9 p.m.
The variety of foods, desserts Thur 9 ..m. to
success We wish to thank everyone have been sent to all of
and drinks made it extra difficult ST. LUKE BAPTISTRev. who participated.Rev. 7 p.m.
the South Florida area to friends
for us to decide which ones P. W. Williams Albert from the Houseof well DAILYSunday
to choose. This festive affair pastor Albert, and wishers that they may:
brought us the even
honored our pastor and his wife Mrs.. Burneata Green, reporter come to this great event. Cor
withus. Sunday School . . 9:30: ing message. i nerstone laying will begin at 3p.m. :
their second anniversary
on gift Morning Worship ,-. 11:00 Don't forget the sick and shut- after which we will proceedto 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING .
They were presented Marsh's a BTU . . . . 5:30: in. the Inside of the church for
from Jordon
certificate Evening Worship . .7:00: the dedication services. The
with which to buy a gift of their
choice. Sunday, June 25 is Youth Dayat Youth Day at message will 'be brought by the $1.00 UP
Presiding Elder of the North Miami '
for St. Luke. The youth will be
This. weekend
our camp
in charge of morning and First District, Rev. Frank A.1-
senior boys and girls will be held even BaptistSunday len. 23 Years Experience
at Avon Park ,at Byrd Lodge. ing services. They have selectedtwo

Two of our senior boys, James outstanding speakers. The June 25 has been designated Dinner will be served on the MADAMHUNTER
Erwin and Julius Lee will at- morning speaker will be Lang. as Youth Day at First grounds. Please try to be with us
tend. ston McKinney.: The public is in Baptist Church, Brownsville. at the biggest little church in

Our church school, includingthe i vited. town.
Men's Bible Class and the The Men's Day committee is The speaker for the morning 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.

adult women's class, is growing sponsoring. a barbecue sale at will ,be Melba Outler, member of MIAMI, FLA.
nicely. This begins at 9:46.: 2021 NW 63rd St., Saturday be- New Hope Baptist Church and a Don't \'rlte-Call In Person
Morning service begins at 11:00: ginning at 12 noon. Deacon Floyd Junior at Dade County Junior JOIN THE NAACP

Friends and visitors are always Davis, chairman, College
welcome. The preparation and effort beIng -

MT. CALVARY BAPTIST put forth by the youth should
make this morning one of the
Woman's Day at Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor most enjoyed yet. k.PAl
Phyllis Myers, reporter L$

Central BaptistSunday Morning Service . 11:00: 'I All the young people are

Sunday School . . 9:30 I asked to attend our youth day
the the
day womenof The church locatedat
program. s
Central Missionary Baptist Sunday morning we had a via
23 ave. and 46th St.
Church have looked forward to iting minister, Rev. Hendersonwho
Bettye L. Johnson s ,
for one We have a 'preached a stirring sermon.
year. program Rev. E. P. Drown, pastor. ra h
Sunday night Rev. Brown delivered
to offer you, please come ,
and the message. Everyonewas
over help us.
Sunday morning at 11 a.m. the happy to hear and see him i Memorial Service
speaker will be Mrs. O. A. Hen since he had a been away so

derson, Macedonia Baptist long. For Dr. BurroughsDoctor
Chuurch. At 3 p.m. Is young Sunday evening at 3:00 the

people hour. Miss Jacqueline deacons had their day. The guest Nannie H. Burroughs

People, chairman; Miss Sarah speaker was Rev. J. W. Stephens. gave the last ounce of her FREE DELIVERY D R U GCARR.d
Joyce, cochairman. Everyone enjoyed the program. strength for the Women Nation'
At the 7 p.m service there will Next Sunday is the big day for al Baptist Convention planningand
be the crowning of the Queen of the women. It's Woman's Day. serving over a half century. 1,1 ,,}. VR dc' 11 ? 1

the auxiliary contest, and the The guest speaker for the morning This, famed author and lecturer HAROLD
baby contest will come off. is Mrs. B Waldon of West toured countries and was JOLLIVETTE, Manager
The theme for the day will be Palm Beach She is the annual known as an international char -- \0BARKLEY'S

"Onward, Not Backward, On speaker and am sure everyone and believer In
ward to Invade, Upward, Not will be happy to ,see her. The public acter, a lover
friend to
and great
her race a CUT.RATE
Downward." is invited to come help
humanity. On the .second SundayIn
Mrs. E. J. Clark, chairman; the women out so they can raise
which Is the 9th. at 3 .
Mrs. E. Kelly, co-chairman; Rev. more money than they did last p.m.July. the, women will attire in The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome t
E. J. Clark year.
white as a gestureot love 1201 N.W. '3rd Ave.
and respect to her memory. Mrs.A. Phone FR 4-2376 j
O. Parker has been selected Tweed Cologne '2.00 StrfDe
Heights as the speaker. The service will Medicated< J .08
Rev 0. W. Foster, pastor Richmond
Rachel B. Pratt, reporter Rev. L. 'R. Ross Pastor be held at St. John Baptist Toilet Water 2.00 New Yodora Cream 1.08

Sunday School . . 9:30: Jean E. Scott, reporter i church. Noxiema Lotion
Morning Worship . . 11:00 Sunday School....................... 9:30: Deep I Made Skin .57
BTU . . . . 6:30 Morning service .......?......?.? 11:00: ST. MARK'S,BAPTIST CondJUoner.oo Artra Skin Cream .05

Evening Worship . . 7:00: BTU ...................................?.....? 5:30 N.W. 62nd St. Bleach and Glow Jergens Lotion .54
Evening: service ......._............... 7:00: 801 Cream .75 with
Rev. Joseph Smith, pastor ( 1 Tree Deodorant)
Mt Pleasant Methodist SMYRNA BAPTIST Sunday School . . 9:30 Th. finest products at Cut Rate Prices

2010 Lincoln Ave. Morning worship . 10:00
Opa Locka Fla. 1772 N.W. 62nd St. BTU . . . E. 6:00 OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY 8 A.M. to 10 P.M.

Sunday School ...................... 10:00: Morning worship . 11:00 Preaching . . . 7:30 JOHN A. McMINN Owner
Morning worship ................ 11:00: Evening worship . . 7:30 All are cordially Invited to our

Evening worship ................... 7:30 Rev. J. A. Swain, pastor serviced ..;,,&

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I Richmond Rebels ,UN..P'PERIODIC
SATURDAY JUNE 24, 1961 PAGE 11 Heights ,

Against Private ClubThe INVESTMt1C PLANSoffer 3T I I

Investment unitsIn
Richmond Heights com ers Association and not a single you with
of $2,500
munity has declared an all-out resident of Richmond Heightswas multiples I
war against the establishment ofa a member of the Incorporators' Investments M.tow M_ I
liquor club in the South Dade and further, the same officers -
residential section by a group of of the private, non-profit $125 Initially*4
TD white men at a mass meeting last group which is building and operating LII $25 Periodically
Tuesday night at Martin Memo the club. .- ir-
rial AME Church, wdich is only You Invest In
The mass meeting ,decided to AccumulativeFund
460 feet from the club, the residents United
petition the Metro Commission to Shares
voiced their opposition and halt construction of the club, !
diversified, continuous/
decided to take posslbestep. : a
failing In that, to institute- a managed mutual fund with;
to halt the construction. and court suit to enjoin the club. If Investments In.ef
t Ig1 operation, the no called private
> all measures fait, the community
club. will ,boycott the club 'because It 100 American

The club is billed as the Rich- offers no benefits. Corporationsrot'NaNctul

1 3yc< mpnd Heights Athletic Club, a
rod tlrtrriprivt Ilicrtur -
nonprofit organization, for the *. without ohlnmimi Ml, <. MMRlTUIN
purpose of bringing recreationto NEED MONEY THU ABV1HIUM1NT
Richmond Heights. It was or- $25 to $600 WADDELL & REED, INC
: : ganized by Frank Tolin, a .build
Call PL 8.3653
ing contractor of North Miami Box 1120
Beach! C. F. Harvey, an officialof
Girl Scout Troop 696 of Poln- I eluded a choral'' reading "Our Metro building and zoning IDEAL LOAN COJIAL GABLES, FLA.

ciana Park Elementary School Girl Scout Story," which told of, Dept. and John J. Adabick, a 6105 N.W. 7th I ve. MAUfADDRl -
held Its first Court of Awards on the heritage of Girl Scouts and CPA from Coral Gables. _.-.. I
Monday, June 6 In the school the activities of Troop 696. The oossosoecoooooooooosoThe ,CITY_
library. During the ceremony: 13 Scouts who received the Second The protest mass meeting was v-
GIrl Scouts ,received _badges for Class Badge have been In the called by the Bethel Baptist Royaltons Club .
having completed the require program since they were Brownies l Church, Martin Memorial, the I
ments for Second Class Rank in and are planning, to remainas Catholic Mission, the Women's THE BERMUDA
Scouting. Those receiving three- a Junior High Intermediates. Club', The Men's Club and the SEE THE WORLD'S
year membership stars and Sec. This challenge, continuing in Young Business and Professional SHORT BALLAT ,
ond Class badges were Sonya scouting, was presented to the Men's Club. Spokesman for GREAT SPIRITUAL
Bethel, Alva Brown, Cherry! scouts by Mrs.: Mildred Clarke, the groups was James Reid, who CAFE SOCIETY
Dullard, Oulda English, Owen- director, Ixora District. Com charged that private club was a Thursday, June 29, 1961 LEADER
dolyn Gaiter, Carolyn Garard, uiendatlon! ;was given in,, the remarks subterfuge to legalize a bar and 10 unti!
Zondrla Moore, Judy Seymour,' made !by Mrs. B. N. Pitt iQunge which could not otherwise p.m. AND PHYCHIC READER
Anna Gean Stevenson, Barbara man, ,principal of the" school be established in Richmond Advance 75c
Williams, LJnda Williams, Ruth Ampng the guesta present, Heights. I Special Reservation BISHOP HUNTERIf
Williams, Rosa Wright. which included parents, were Mr Reid pointed out that the
There were five girls who be- Girl Scout Troop 409, Miss Eliz- Richmond Heights Club was organized Call Cafe Society FR 1.2063 you arc sick or worried don't
came Tenderfoot Scouts and abeth Jones leader, Mrs. M. under a revised charter Jun24 fall to BOO me today. Office hours
were welcomed into the troop Fields, troop committee chairman issued to the Plumbers Employ !!.q-,9..o.o ,dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
by older scouts. They Sheila I 1 pun. to 0 1...... Sunday 11 A.IU.
are llJ' .. ------------------------
Fairbanks, Deborah Graham, The leaders and assistant leaders to 3 p.m.I1HADINQB.
Janie Sconiers, Marcella Tillman, are ,Edna J. Williams, Lenora -
Gloria Zeigler. n: Smith and Ora N. Hay. TV Service Calls *!" ,
,Highlights of the program in wood. '1.00u.


Little Willie ,5117 BW 17 St.
John PledgesAid LARRY'S T.V. WEST



to NAACP Sell Used TVs on Credit

1551 N.W. 62nd Street, OX 1. Q24 .M r4.
Little Willie John, popular Advertise It Pays I
".' 11111.1 !!III III Iii I !i EII I"I.I Ee 11 } ll' -
young King recording'artist, Willie John announced that
announced this week that be will the'first date he wl 1 play in this 1.1:: r: __
begin Immediately to devote a series will be for the NAACP in
considerable amount of his time Tampa, July 4. The occasion will For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-CallBONDED
to,, playing benefit shows and be the 'annual 'breakfast dance
concerts throughout the SouthIn for the Fla. State Conference of
an effort to raise funds to aid the NAACP.
the NAACP and other organizations
protesting segregation, and
working for the freedom of t t
colored people.

Following an appearance on _
the "Jazz for Freedom" program ,
here the youthful singer advisedthe COLLECTION
overflow audience of his i
w tl
plans. "The NAACP needs the
aid of everyone here," he said,
and issued a call to all people of '
color and goodwill to roll up their A G'E'NCY Inc.
sleeves and go to work for free- ; ,
dom. I t ,

"For too long we have been STRAIGHTENYOUR
sitting Idle allowing the other
fellow to do the work," he said, HAIR The largest collection and rental _
"now It's our turn.

hope Willie that John other also entertainers expressed In tt HOME In one Msy ippllcitlonl agency in the South; operating in

the blues and rock and roll field You" ctn be v.Datuil-looUiirtralfht
would Join him In this endeavor. hair U.M/lush...,SILKY &TRATB Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
friendsof way. Your stays sUraliht for
"I'm sending telegrams to
month, won't to back .vs Mh.awet.
mine, Sam Cook, D. D. King Kiayto-follow directions. for Housing areas .". ,.. ... w
and others, urging them to join prof iooaI-Uk rtwulU.- L. L. BROOKS, Pr..ld.nt
me In this sing for freedom cru FOR WOttfNi 6fltft SUingMi

sade.lives to If those ride the kids freedom can risk buses their foil MINI lUfiulw Strength $|25 MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

through Alabama ,and do Is MUsUslp-lift. our ....Ut...">*..!.. WI"N.vttlllllr 10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND
pi, the least we can
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CARDS.iORIALSThanks House of Albert floors, carporte, barbecuepit 'Lovely Furniture

Nathaniel Johnson Jr., 18 and patio, tile roof, Open for inspection daily

months old son of Mr. and Mrs. fence, FHA financing. $350 -' $16,400'II
IN MEMORIAMIn Nathaniel Johnson of 2440 NW ,
47th *t., died in Jackson Hospital down, $69 a month. Total ,, Low ,down Payment

The Hill and Brown families, sad ,but, loving memory of June 15. Chapel services price 11000. OX 17107. : Call Mr. Rodriguez
'wish to express their deepest our dear father and grandfather, were conducted June 20 at 4 p.m.
Cordero RealtyNE
gratitude to their many friends MR. A. L. WILKINS SR.

and neighbors, who rendered who departed this life one year Infant Drayton, son of Mr. and 4-7008
kind deeds and expressions of ago, June 23, 1960 Mrs. Chris Drayton of 2664 NW NE 3.2036
the death of May he rest In peace.
sympathy during 14 and
49th Terr., died June was
their loved one, Earth to earth and dust to dust; laid to rest June 21. Good Business
MRS. CELESTE HILL Calmly now the words we say, I
BENJAMINMay Left behind we wait In trust, Income

God continue to shower For the Resurrection day; John Davis ,of 2154% NW 6th CEJS guest house end cot
you with HLs blessings. The blow was hard, the shock court died June 18. A native of NOW OFFICIALLY
most with
The Hill, Jeffery Brown Revere! but only those who lost North Carolina and long time tage. 14 rooms, I
and Jackson FamiliesCARD can tell the pain of parting. employee of the Seaboard Railroad housekeeping} also suitable : OPEN
Sadly missed by the family.A. I he Is survived by his wife; for doctor. :Commercial, Bon-
OF THANKS, L. Wilkins Jr., son 2 nieces; 3 nephews. Serviceswere mg
Ronald Wilkins, son conducted June 21 In the WorldWideEmpl.ym.nrAg.ncy
Mrs. Esellne Morgan, Dght. Down
chapel. $7,500
The family of the late
Mrs. Myrtle Green, Dght:
MRS. JULIA ARMESTER And Grandchildren 418 N.W. 5th St.FR .
wish to take this method of ex
1355 NW 4th 3.6758TRADE
pressing heartfelt thanks and Tim Pinder
sincere gratitude to the many IN MEMORIAMIn place died June 13. He is survived
and daughter 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
friends who came to their rescueIn by his wife, a son
their hour of sorrow. Special memory of our dear mother of the Bahamas, .several
thanks to the pastor and congre and: sister, cousins, Including James Russell FR 3-5755
gation of Trinity CME Church MRS. LILLIAN McKENZIEwho and Mrs. Rowena Hleld. Services
and to the House of Albert. May departed this life June 25, will be conducted June 24 at, 2 0
God ,bless all of you. 1941. p.m. in the chapel, Rev. P. W.
The Family "Although you may be In a Williams officiating. He will lie YOUR HOME OR LOTon COOKS work in New
strand in repose in the chape, from 1 ,I
Beyond all human view, 'c I p.m. Friday. A brad ': York $50 $60. Private
new luxury''homeSee
IN MEMORIAMIn Our hearts spirits' utuler &i I ; "
and '
home In free
sleep room
diem ,
stand I Milton Anthony'Houser, son of Sunday 26'p.m.. ,

memory of our daughterand They keep our kinship true, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Houser, who board, TV, etc.
granddaughter The future never will derido reside at 240 NW 11th St., died\ 1260 N.W.. 55th St.
The linkage of our hearts; June. 14. Chapel services were 1437 N.W. 56th St NO DEPOSIT
-- Our bound shall stand, our love held June 16.
abide, 839 N.W. 56th St.
Till all of time departs." Services for Albert L. Lamp-
The Family kins of 1826 NW '55th St. wore:" 3-bedroom, 2 baths Air or bus transportation

held June 22 in the chapel at 4 Garage, Florida room. Advance at once
I IN MEMORIAMIn p.m. His survivors are his widow

mother, two sons, a sister. Harmar, Inc. MO 53592I

of dearbon I
loving memory our
brother, uncle and father, Johnnie Turner who lived at Advertise! It Pays''
2754 NW 55th St. died June 16.
Services will be held June 24 at ------ -=-.
Antioch Baptist Church at 4 p.m.

Rev. J. W. Stephenson, pantor. TV and Radio RepairSALES
His survivors are his widow, Mrs.
Sallie Turner; father, Robert
r Turner, two sons, three daugh AND EXCHANGEALL
ters, five sisters, five brothers. GUARANTEED
He will lie in repoe in the chapel

from 10 a.m. Friday. Home Service Calls $1.50KNOW

Range (
Authorized: Factory TV Repair

Mrs. Alice West Ford, 6380
NW 20th ave., apt. 5 died June 923 N.W. 62nd Street PL 1-8381

20. Mrs. Ford was a native of
JUANITA MARSHALLwho Forsythe, Oa. and lived here for .. .
'passed June 24, 1947. 38 years. Services will be held << ;)
Gone, but not forgotten. We Saturday, 1 p.m. in St. J o h n
loved you, but Jesus loves you Baptist Church. She is survivedby Business Men
beat. her husband, Daniel, a daughter .
'Mrs. Cestina Dames, Mrs. Minnie Blake, a grand
grandmotherAnd F daughter, Mrs. Esterlene Cole- INCREASE YOUR PROFITS IN YOUR BUSINESSLET
Family brook ,ft sister, Mrs. Daisy Rag
__, _
-n-; land, five great Brands USINSTALL A VENDING MACHINE

"crossed the bar" June
on James Price, 1441 NW 6th
26, 1960. .... .....
sad but loving memory of died June 17. Re came to Miami -@-
our loved one, Sunset and evening star, ten years ago from Lake Butter.
And one clear call for met Services will be held in Jackson- Prompt' Service. PL 8-7036 and PL 7-2813

And may there be no moaningof ville June 26. He is survived by
AJ the bar his wife Roxie, a mother, Mrs. FULL LINE VENDING, Inc.
When I put out to sea Nellie Price, ,four sisters, a Boa
E For tho' from out our bourneof and a brother. 1 .
Time and Place .ter 11'11I
The flood may ,bear me far,
I hope to see my pilot face to John Henry Bailey Sr.. 4701
face NW 31st court died June 17. He NEAR 40 MILE BEND COLLIER COUNTY
When I have crossed tho bar.: was a native of Buena Vista, Ga.
Tennyaon and lived here 25 years Chapel]
The Family services were conduct June 21. $11100
He is survived by; two sons, 5 Acres -
)\ ri+o+o+wKo+v Down
I John H. Jr. and Louis, two
IF IT'S FLOWERS daughters, Mrs. laest: Ivory and

You're thinking of, call us Miss Idella Bailey, Total Price $795 $10.00 Month
\Vo with of
- cnn help you any

_.. & your flower occasions NW Baby 1st boy court Ttflrls: died Daniels June 18., 1325 The HOW BIG IS 5 ACRES??

,\ ,o body was shipped to Abbyville, IT'S BIG REAL BIG
;< Ala. for final rites. He Is survived ,
by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. EQUAL TO' 16 CITY LOTS
Richard Lee Daniels and a sister

Buy your share of South Florida today!

...< '.. ,..,. :n<"'" "".....,. Mrs Annie E. Clark, 2440
r NW 162nd Terr. No Interest
daughter of
MINGO Rev. N F. Clarke, pastor of St. t No Closing Costs

who departed this life June 21, Matthews June Church, died, Thursday 1 I' No taxes until property is paid for
22. Mrs. Clark
1955 in Key West. was a native i I'

Six years has passed since you { lived of her Nassau for 50, years.Bahamas and I This high, dry land just went up i in price and is going
left us. It seems as if it was
: to go up, up, up in value
yesterday. Now the old home.is Florist Services for Mrs. Clark will bo
vacant, no one to take your place. held July 1 at 2 p.m. at St. Mat ONLY A LIMITED AMOUNT LEFT
Some day we hope to meet you, thews Church. She is survived
1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
in that city bright and fair and
by her husband, Sadus, two
loved ones will be all together Phone FR 4-1205 daughters, Jeleta and Lula Mae,
and it will be no parting there. More Than 30 Years two sons, Vincent and Leon her FOR FURTHER INFORMATION
_ Mrs. Julia Mingo, wife of Satisfying Service father and stepmother, four sisters
Vanderlene !
Edwards, two brothers, 16 grand -
daughter children, a -daughter-in-law.
Mrs. Ernestine Mingo
'L '.' Welters, daughter Join NAACP Today FORD REALTY

Rosebud Hall, .sister Mrs. Mary H, Jackson, 1JOO
_ .- Larry Mingo, brother Membership Drive NW 108th ave., Truman City t 5524 .N.W. 7th Ave. PL 72559THE
':; ,' ,.,Mrs. Geraldine Lastres died Thursday. Funeral arrangements .
Ends June I
I 26
'I' grand daughter are Incomplete. I ---. _

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.. Y Roy B. A. Culmer, pastor
24 1961
Mr*. S. Dawkins reporter PAGE 13

Sunday School . . 9:45: I
Morning worship . 11:00: .
Men's Day At New
Sunday School was opened by
John Bullard who also reviewed Hope Sunday
the lesson.!

Father's Day and Men's Day ;ls y P. 1
were observed on Sunday. The I w
morning devotion was led by,
Albert Bain and Harold Stuart ,
Jr., was master :\ ;,1( ,d;,
of ceremonies.
I Appearing on the abort but spicy ,i
SURE DEAL BEAUTY SALON FOR SALE OR RENT program were Messrs Hunter "i, i .
Come In and get good styles and THREE-I3EDROOM CBS at J. Pieze, E. Albnry.: Rev; H. V. ; ';', '
tight curls.; Stuart gave an Ins1'lrlng''ser
1841 NW 62nd Terr. I. Gordon.
6830 N.W. 18th Aye. mon. The famous Male Chorus
MO 66870.
JU&24W. furnished music ''both morningand : .
night with A. Carey direct- 'tJr I .
IlAimON IlEUPHOLSTEnY FOR SALE Ing and 1rs. H. Higga at the or "

Couches and chairs at a reasonable gan. "-. .. ,

Pick up price.and First delivery.class job.' Brpwn THE MOST Sub New._ Beautiful 3011 NW home 52nd in We are happy that our pastoris .. .. ",.' ,.
Phone Improving. May God keep him ..
FR 42320. !r St. MO 66870. I. Gordon .. .
under the shadows of HU wings.
BEDROOM CBS. Hardwood We pray for his wife who is de-
,Help Wanted floors carporte, barbecue pit and I cuperating, and hope she ,will
patio, tile roof, fence. FHA fi-. soon be out again. We miss her. ,
ATTENTIONI! Sub contractors nancing. $350 down $69 a Let us visit and pray for our
from ground to roof. Pleue in month. Total price $11,000. OX I sick and shut-ins. RKV. O. W. FOSTER REV. R. JACKSON
quire 9201 MY 27th to 17107.
give estimate. Statewide ave.build Sunday will mark the fifth an speaker and Rev. R. Jackson will
nual observance of Men's Day at deliver the evening message.
ers. See Mrs. Watkins Mr. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST
Virgin. or Jull $12,000 Down New Hope Baptist Church, 6600 Officers for the day are: Dea
$13,400 income possible. Priceless 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace NW 15th Ave., the Rev. J. E. son II. Jefferson, chairman}
SALES GIRL. Some than four times possible Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor Drown, pastor. Deacon J. Wright, co-chairman;
drug store
beacon Fred' Deacon D. Williams,
Williams reporter recording
come. Twelve units 12
experience. ,
2206 NW 62nd Midway St. ,Park Drug. and showers, solid CBS In-I Sunday Scfcosl .,. . 9:30 secretary; Deacon E. Scott,. financial -
Apply after . Deacon A.
5 '. struction. *Yerr clean and nicely Morning womhlp 11:00: I Rh secretary;
p.m. tuvnlhedull, Evening Service ,.?. ., 7:00 Black, treasurer.
M "yowar notua.abux' ,aa'Y
FOR RENT er please do not contact. By No. 1 and 2" choirs will render t : VTEMPt.ITIS l
owner going North. FR 97326. the music on Sunday. There

LOWEST RENT in town. 1 and LOT will be a sale at Sister Meadows' + novo L. A, Thompson, pastor
two houses In down
home, 1697 NW 73rd st. The
2 bedroom Apts. Adults only. Sunday School 9:30:
town area. Call PL 9-3546 after
public is invited to all
week and up. 3200 NW 47th at.indf. 3:30 p.m. our servic'ee. Morning worship 11:00:
1 rM BTU: 5:3.;
Evening worship 7:00
BY OWNER. 5 bedroom home,
BEAUTIFUL 1 bedroom apart air conditioned, 3 rooms separate : The men will meet at 8 p.m
ment. Furnished or unfurnished. for renting. Shuters, nice Saturday to omplete_ plans for
Large rooms shady yard. quiet, yard, fruit trees screened porch, I New Deluxe Home Men's Day Tho chairman'' and
no children, 1323 NW 68th Terr. tool'room '
completely furnished. cochairman have big plans in
By appointment. PL 16807. 3-bedroom, 2 baths, 2 carports mind and they expect the cooperation
COOL, AIRY ROOM In a private of
home, quiet neighborhood. BRAND NEW screened porch everyone.
beautiful home, The Missionary Society will
i Middle aged 'gentleman with nice 2424 NW 66th St. 3 bedrooms 2 Florida Room sponsor a tea at the home of
morals preferred. PL 8.8603. baths carporte, very reasonable 80 x 100 corner lot Mrs Beatrice Hudson, 1521 NW
terms. JE 16902. 1st court, Sunday at 4 ,p.m. All
APARTMENT. One bedroom, i DOWN $1,595 are invited.
4190 NW 32nd ave. Indf A child's bicycle, also scooter 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.
bike $9.00 for
LOVELY both. Twin beds,
HOME for single man complete $15. Bottle gas range JE 1-5973 .- Enroll Your Child Now
woman. All privileges. NA like new $800. Mrs. Hall 3450
10428. NW, 95th St. "Adventure in the ArU"

CLEAN furnished The Rev, O. W. Foster, pastorof Fine Arts Conservatory
room with
Antioch Baptist Church and
fan 14864., cooking privileges. OX Announcing The Opening t tFAMIL vice moderator of the East Coast (Carver YMCA)

Baptist Association will be the June 17 August 1
speaker at 11 a.m. antI the Rev
APARTMENT. Two bedrooms ANOTHER \V C. Edcar will be the 3 p.m. Music Dance Art
4190 NW 32nd ave. indfJl&AUTIFUL
I -

furnished room,
private entrance. Wall to wall
carpet private bath, big closet. IMPERIAL HOTEL & MOTELThe
2 doors, 1869 NW 69th St. Rear
alter 12 noon Saturday. 7509 N.W. 22nd Ave. PL 9.8651 Largest in The South

FURNISHED APT. 2 bedroom Other Location: 150 Rooms $8.50 a week and up
duplex. Adults will take a small
baby. MU 1-0325, PL M754, 729 905 N.W. 2nd Ave. FR 9.5769 Also Kitchenette Available

Efficiency. Free Two Convenient Locations SPACIOUS CARD ROOM 1'IIONH SERVICE

gas, water and electricity. 4190 Director Dr. Emanuel Orfas 50 N.W. 8th Street FR 39417rIIOT

NW 32nd ave. indf Associate Dr. M. Radin AND COJJDVA1'I n FKKM: PARKING

FURNISHED ROOM with cookIng -
facilities. 1986 NW 67th St. Convenient morning and evening hours

Phone NE 36203.

NICE 2-ROOM furnished apt. STOP LOOK READ!

for couple. Semi-kitchen and
Dedicated to tho honor and praises of the Divine Creator of
bath, 1226 NW 66th St. NE
36167. I : tho new heaven and tho now earth, far tho blowing of mankind
of all nation, tribe, lxrpleN! and languages
'FURNISHED APT, with yard ,
:and porch. Reasonoble price
'Call OX 1.2US.FURNISHED Drive by These and Take a Look Service Mondays and Fridays, 9:30 p.m.

or unfurnished ef 1023 N.W. 46th St-$350 Down $67.95 Month Starting June 23
ficiency. 3024 NW'\ 2nd St. NE
4.3726 or NE 43269. 4741 N.W. 10th Ave.400 Down $75.56 Month Holy Spiritual Church of God

ONE BEDROOM Apartment in 1066 N.W. 47th Tenr; -$400 Down FHA Terms 1720 N.W. 69th TERRACE f
duplex. Attractively furnished.
Sleeps: four. Near buses and jit 2997 N.W. 64th St.-$300 Down $59.02 Month '
ney. All tile kitchen and bath. Pastor Rev. Sam Presents
Residential area. Parking facili 7615 N.W. 14th Place-$200 Down $69.00 Month
ties. Prince James J. Rollins, Jr.
1460 N.W.-51st Terr.-$500 Down FHA Terms
EFFICIENCY private bath and Of St. Peter's Spiritual House of Prayer
Infanta utility. Adults. $16 a .
week. 5652 NW 9th ave. Many have been bit*ed through tho ministry of Dr. Rollins}
You Can Rent These Houses i also tho nick healed, and lou should see this man of God

2-BEDROOM CBS bouse. 1961 1301 N.W. 60th Street $17.50 Week today, for tomorrow may be too late. You may also see him
NW 65th St. NE 36203. Partially -
furnished. 3110 N.W. 55th Street $20.00 Week dally at.. 17SO' :' NW COtta Terrace. Hours 7 a.m... to 0 p.m. or

call OX 1,21'7lor' appointment. Prayer Is the key and faith unlocks .

A tho door. You have tried everything else and failed. Bo

PRIVATE HOUSE FOR We have over 200 others 1 1e now try God through this Gal-anointed man. Freely you give

RENT We are open Saturday and Sunday! I and freely you receive the blcMlngs tho Lord Jesus ha In

For 1 or 2 people 0 We'will trade your lot or house for down payment I store for you, for In unity there Is strength. May God blew
Quiet, clean, furnished. 1371 I you and keep )'ou. Read Vn. USI:to-U. There are no charges.

NW 58th St. $14.00 week t We thank you for jour donation.

2-bedroom house, unfurnished PRINCE JAMES J. ROLLINS '

quiet, hot water furnished 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559 6901 /a N.W. 15th Ave., Miami, Fla.
5238 NW 24th Ct. lot "
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MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA Moss Outpoints Attention All Vets free take whist game. Go out and
'j I your friends and have a

PAGE SATURDAY JUNE 24 1961 American William good time. All members are asked -
14 The Legion, j
i to attend their
meetings. For
Henry Bethel Post No. 281 of J I further information
Richmond Heights, 1s still urging contact
somewhat of a surprising Joseph! Steward post commander
l all veterans to join them in
Summer Recreation upset, Joe Moss 162% of Per making' their community a CE 5-1456 at 14660 FilmoreSt.
rlne gained a split decision over strong one. Join now we are or Edward Hanna Jr,-CE
Broward Andy Mayfield 6-1283, 14780 Tyler St., Murray
Program DunbarThe the more experienced waiting. There's a lot in store
167, Miami In the round for James Jr., CE 5-0966, 14380
County second Summer Activities man event at the Sir John Arena The you.Post also has affairs on Carver Drive !tutu
Monday night. Mayfield was a Saturday night on the corner of
program began on Monday with
last minute substitute for Jimmy Polk St. and Perry Drive. Bar
News large enrollments for both recreation Drive
Robinson, who was originally with a'' Carefully
and library aspects of the becue is on sale along !
Moss In the
scheduled to
I program.
ByWalter main go. Robinson ,suffered a severe .
I Howe Four softball teams were organized cut over his right eye during -
n -three for boys (Mites i training on Monday and was
Midgets and Teenagers or Jun- unable to fight. College Students Teachers Housewives
Arthur Abrams and Miss Mary lors), plus one girls' team. Despite his lesser experience
Scott are announcing the christening Moss carried the bout moat of
of their son little Gary Today Friday, a poster contest the way, and at no time did he $ $ NEED VACATION MONEY? $ $
Abrams which was held on June will be held at 1 p.m. Next take any more than he was ableto
18 at Mt. Zion AME Church Thursday at 9:30: a.m. there will give In! return. Mayfield was
Rev P. W. Wright, pastor. The be a Doll Show followed by a definitely not at hh best. SELL ADVERTISED AVON PRODUCTSIn
godparents are Mr. and Mrs. Costume Show on Friday afternoon In what was probably the best
Fred Craig and Leonard Johnson at 2:00. Awards will 'be match of the evening, Al Owens your community. 40% commission Earn $3.00 an hour
presented for winners in various 175%, Miami, won a unanlim ds
Mrs. Eloise Gray Is announcingthe dhows categories for all contests and decision over Levy Fort 177 working part time. For Information call Mrs Harris FR
marriage of her daughter scheduled for this sum Eugala, Ala. in the round semifinal *
Julia Ann to Stafford Smith i mer. The public Is always welcome ) contest. Doth young men 1-0407 or NA 18840. Jun24
which will be held June 24 at 8 I to attend, In fact we urge gave excellent account of them
p.m. The wedding will take place. you vities.to come out for these act selves and the difference be : It: : :
at Mrs. Gray's home 6417 SW tween the two was very slight

22nd at., West Hollywood.Mr. 12 The and library from 1 Is to open.3:30: from for story 8 to In other bouts on the card, the 1 } 1\ 1 J):}} }1tJt) >>

and Mrs. Walter A. Bowe, telling; browsing, book circula following were the results:
of 4444 SW 17th St., celebrated tion (with parent's written permission Frank Hollovuy, 142, won a
their 22nd anniversary Thursday, ); small group1 viewing of unanimous decision over Charlie :
June 22 at their home In West film .strips and small listening Simpson !in the second round. ROOMSNEW

Hollywood. groups using our Callphone Lis Dewey Simpson 145, Opa Loc
tenlng Corner.Mr. ka, scored a TKO over Billy Shelly

The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dullard sixth grade teach 142, Cuthbert, Ga., when
Porter Cooper 24th ave. SW er and Scout Leader is Referee Eddie Eckbert, stoppedthe
18t fit.. West Hollywood, wall with the Girl Scout Camping working scheduled rounder in 40 LOW RATES
seconds of the 3rd round
married Sunday June 18 to Primus \ rogram this summer.
Glover of Hardysville S. C the advice of ring physician Dr.
< Mrs. Carmetta Brown and Mrs. James McCormick. Shelly was
The groom's father was down to
Callle Dr dwell will be touring bleeding profusely from a cut
wedding. They also left for Per Week
Hardysville Monday where they the country from Jacksonville to opened in his nose in the second
will live. The wedding ceremon Los. Angeles as members of a round. $7.00
ies were officiated by Bro. Wil YMCA-sponsored! "See America And
Tlrst" tour Curley Allen, 130 gained a Up
son, pastor of the Church of unanimous decision over Roose
Christ in Hallandale. Receptioncame Mrs. Cherrye Boyer will attend velt Stringer, 128 In the third .
after the wedding at the the high school graduation of j fourth rounder. ....-.. ....
bride's mother and father's homein her grandson in the East. Lonnie Hyler, 166 and Gilt
West Hollywood. Lumpklns 152 battled to a draw Also several apartments and efficiencies
!in the finale.

Court Turns Down Jacksonville Golf Job OpportunitiesGreater At Low Rates

Suit Dismissed Miami Urban League,
Jax 'Parents Plea 305 NW First St., II. Allen ....-. ....
Jacksonville Wheatley Jr., vocational services
U. S. District
Washington The Supreme
Court Monday refused to order Judge Bryan Simpson Friday secretary. Phone FB 1-O470. SEE MANAGER IN'ROOM 30

that a special three-Judge federal threw out a suit by a group of Girt Scout Camp Married Couple
tribunal be set up to hear a Negro golfers who sought! to in as Caretakers. AT 241 N.W. 15th STREET
protest by parents of 14 children validate the sale of Jacksonville's! I Walters Experienced
of Duval, County, Fla., two municipal golf courses. Treatment Plant Operator (After 6 p.m.)

against Florida's- new pupil assignment The .suit which claimed the Typlst Clerk
law. Steam Plant Operator MONDAY FRIDAY
city's disposition of the courses -
The last year was a subterfuge to Engineering Office Mgr.
county school board de
(job basis
fended the law as a constitutional avoid Integration under a federal Construction AND ALL DAY SATURDAY
and orderly plan for desegrega court order, also ,sought to stop Operator Equipment
Lion of public'' schools. the new owners from barring Negro -
Parents of the children began play on them. Salesmen-needed immediately' t t Y t{ i 3fI{ {f {
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the litigation by asking U. S. n ---- -

District Judge Bryan Simpson of Seven Week of I Why Not Own The Best
Jacksonville for an Injunction in Dade County?
against enforcement of adminis I ., ... ..' --....--,..,..- -, ,-- '''''-: '
trative orders made by the "Adventure in The Art*" l' ,. ...... '\ :f '
school obard. The parents con : ; WIW' ,
tended the orders and state law Beginning June 17 ,
resulted in a "
compulsory racial '
ly ,segregated school system. Fine Arts Conservatory f

(Carver YMCA) .
Notice. : '
Call OX 6.0231 or a

The Friendly Group
Klndergar.ten FR 4y
presents Its first graduation 4.7053
exercise on Thursday June :
29, at 8 p.m. at St. Paul AME -
Church, corner of 4th court and ,
19th St.. Mrs. Vera B. Morman, DON'T COST THEY PAY r
supervisor; Mrs. Ethel Lee Jam
icon teacher. MIAMI TIMES: ADS I

Not a Palm Reader I
Not a Fortune Teller

Not a Rootman Not God Either But


Rev. Shepherd Bogaetors

Do you have a problem? y

Business Bad, Marriage
Palling, Can't win the man ... .... .
-- -'- -- :
or wonian you love Been A SHOWPLACE

+r Crossed, Need Money,

frI Everything Health Bad?Going Can't Wrong Satisfy? 7530 N. W.10th Avenue

MIt a.k S t four Husband or Wife? 4-bedrooms CBS 3 Full Tile Baths

Want a New Home or Car? With shower Large living room, dining room and kitchen. Wall to

wall carpeting. Indirect lighting, front and rear Florida rooms, 2 large
patio, 2-car garage with electric eye. Many other beautiful features.

SEE ME TODAY Lot 192 x 110. Underground sprinkling system, 12 parkway lights. So

Never before much it will fill a book. Owner will trade for other real ettate. Original -
__ in the history
_ _
of cost $125,000.
,. Miami have so many
people been helped by this
& 7 Kintl
great wonder man. I Be arranged

? It costs nothing to We also have many email homes with FHA financing, bank financingand

come in and talk : private financing in good location

CHAS. H. PYKE Realtor

627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 9-9138 I I 409 E. 9th Street, Hialeah TU 5.1589

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I I Girl Scout Troop 503 in the
I I Hibiscus District held a Court of SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1961 PAGE 15
Awards June 10 at
the home of
their leader, Mrs, James Crawford I
Mesdames Crawford and II Wheatley Club NewsThe the last meeting for the year
Jesse Tribble have done a splendid and the annual picnic at Virginia
} >w SI I job. of helping those girls to I Phyllis Wheatley Art and Beach were made.
obtain their second class rank Social Club met at the home of The last meeting of the year
t I plus profeclency badges in the Mrs. Annettee McNeal on May will be June 27 at the homeof
: homemaking program field. 22 for annual election of officers Mrs. M. White, 3078 NW ht
I Following a program of music Terr.
and election of delegates to
and ,a skit the awards were I
the .state convention of Colored
former by District Mrs. Harry Adviser Wheatley to Hi, Women's Clubs. Mrs. Althea Stop! Look' Read!
Range held the election and the
biscus and Ixora. Miss Dempsey Choir No. 2 of ,Salters Chapel
following persons were :
Creary, executive director of the AME Church extends a cordial
Mesdames Willie Sparkman
1s. Girl Scout Council of Dade gave Invitation to you to attend an
president; Mable I. Daniels, first
Inspiring remarks that were well "Afternoon of Music" to be presented
vice; Mildred Monroe, 2nd vice;
taken by 'both the girls and their June 25
Harvin Hicks, chaplain, Marie from 3:30: to
guests the girls' parents, Sun Taylor, financial secretary; Ma 4:30: p.m.
ny Pine Neighborhood chairman, lie Price, secretary, M. White This program is designed to
Mrs. Miriam Pratt, and represent corresponding: secretary; Eunice bring you a pleasant afternoonof
atives from Senior Troop 579 Clements, parliamentarian; E. O. joyous singing by the choir
and Intermediate Troop 405. Saunders, treasurer. No. 2 and- the male chorus of St.

_......., .. Mrs. Wheatley was surprisingly The newly elected president, Matthews Baptist Church, C. C.
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8KiI presented with a gold trefoil Mrs. Sparkman and Mrs. Marie Miller of Mt. Zion Church, and
St. Augustine -- Rev J. A. F. Finlayson pastor of I, from the Hibiscus district lead Price, the retiring president will Mr. Ware of St. Luke Baptist
era who felt that her work has Church along with, others will be
be delegates to the state's
the Macedonia Baptist Church of Coconut Grove is seen been that nrecious to them. vention of C. W. Clubs which con featured guests. Rev Ira Mo-
being congratulated by President R W. Puryear of Flori- Refreshments prepared and met In Bradenton June 17-18 Call of WMBM will be the master -
da Normal and Iudustrial Memorial College after he received served by the girls added just Also attending the conventionwere of ceremonies.
the right spark to an afternoon members: Mesdames An. Salters' Chapel is located at
an honorary doctorate of divinity degree at the recent well spent hese Girl Scouts are: nette McNeal, state art chair NW 27th ave. and 48th St.

commencement program. Dr. Finlayson is presidentof Gloria Allen, Phyllis Albury, man, Mrs. Harvin Hicks, Mable .._
the General State Baptist Convention and a member of Linda Blair, Barbara Faison, McFadden Margaret Everhartand -- --
the college's Board of Trustees. Looking on is Dr. SankeyC. Josephine Holloway, 'Margaret M. Monroe. DON'T COST THEY PAY
Jones, Lawanza Lassiter, Geraldine -
On June 13 the club met at
Chao, dean of the college. and :Mrs. D. F. Tillman, registrar. Pinnacle, Dorothy Portlock, the home of Mrs. Flora Strachan, MIAMI TIMES ADS
.-Weems, photo. Sandra Jennings and Sharon 1937 NW 5th place. Plans for.
Young "

District Deputy


District Deputy Jessie Giles
made her official visit to Antlers
Temple No. 39 for the electionof
officers. All officers 'Present
have been reelected for the en- .
,suing term, and all vacancies I
were filled.
Deputy Giles was very happyto
know that the Daughters are
making plans to celebrate our COLLECTION AGENCY Inc.
;50th) anniversary. We are also
honoring our state treasurer, Dt. ,
Vera A. Wilson.

Friday, June 30 a dinner will

be 329 on NW sale 16th at Terr.the Elks'Dinners Home will Announces Another FIRST in Service for Tenants

be 100.

Temple meetings are neld first
and third Friday. Council meet
Ing third Sunday of each month;
Juvenile department meets every

Thursday.Georgie Cambridge, reporter A FREE EmploymentAgency

Club CampThe Sends 3 YouthsTo

Sunshine Community Clubis
fortunate this club year to send
three boys to summer camr with
the aid of Mrs. Georgia Rawl
ings who La a loyal and promt'
nent member.
Mrs. Odessa James presidedat
her first meeting June 13 at
her homo. She served old fashion .
,southern hospitality on tho
platted with shoes off.
Mrs. M. E. Summers and Mrs.

Association Annette delegates McNeal to of the Colored Florida were Women's elected State Exclusive for Bonded's Tenants

Club in Pa'.atka.; They will re
turn Tuesday night.Beautiful .



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888 N.E. 79th St.
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I $450 Down ,$79 Mo. Your ., ,
Lot or Home ", II
) 1 FHA mortgage, no closing i, l '
..#.iI A I 1.4301V.W. 59th Sh
costs, 3 bedrooms, 2 .

.. baths, oven and range, car bedroom,' '2 baths,' garage,
port. 1 year new. Close to oak floors, built-In electric

I '. .,f.} bus, shopping, let depositwill ,; kitchen, Florida room.

t. ". hold. '
,". ./ I 1232 N.W. 55th St.
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'!. f\ $595 Down ; + ,,,, 1426 N.W. 58th Terr.

'. ._I Includes closing costs for 3 J _i Y-.r. .
this clean 2bedroomCBS.
ti very' Mrs. Evelyn Davis, beamed BARON. .i_' JE 8-1340.
FHA $62 monthly. -
a 1 proudly as she attended the It'
Nice, quiet area. Hardwood graduation of her son, Clarence NO MONEY DOWN ..
'' .'" I, floors. Only $9,800 total. E. Doyklna, who graduated from :
North Dade High School nn We build on your lot
:,' ._._. a _..._ June 12. Doyklns leaves for the
; Air Force on June 26 and will. Cash paid for lot
I your
II stationed at Lackland Air
I Down Mo.
$195 $65 I Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.. .

No closing coati Move I -
right in. 2-bcdroom, Brown

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Eight-year-old Robert Zeigler of 3050 NW 52nd St., I
and six-year-old :Mary Moore of 1524 NW 2nd Ave., were Brand new, gorgeous, 3- DUMAS I I MILNER ,r".
bedroom CBS Locke
crowned King and Queen on the night of June 6, at ", .
Triumph The Church And Kingdom of God in Christ, 1 mortgage, no closing ,
costs. Move in. Florida
1752 NW 1st Court.
Robert has reigned as "king" for three consecutiveyears room, carport, oven and .
Open Sunday 1.6 a
and he wishes! "good luck" to little :Mary. range. '' $$$
p.m. See 1941 NW 153rdSt. ; : $

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\ Spirituals ,of Joy Kindergarten HoldsCommencement -- 1961 1 CHEVROLETS I nl' .,

r To Go on Tour 3bedroom, 2 bath mansion. AT SAViMG$; QF HUNDREDS Of DOLLARS

!$2,000 down. For particular
The popular Spirituals of Joy The Dora Kiddy Kollegei buyer. 6090 NW 9th .
gospel singers of Miami, will i Ulndergarten! ) heM Its commencement
leave the city on June 30 on a exercises Tuesday Ave. /
16-day tour of various places, evening. June 13 at North Dade ,
where they will appear In concert High School auditorium, 0 p a
The group will visit such i.ocka. ? .
BE t j'r
places as: Sylvester, (la., Sump Fair t
ter, S. C., and Youngstown, Ohio. A very Interesting program wan! Realty
They plan to return to )Miami< on carried out by the students!! with
July 15. Johnny B. Turner !Is the Mrs. Ruth Davis one of the tf >RL V :uC btA ,:"> >f
teachers mistress of For Fair Deals
manager of the group. Other as cere
members are: Winston McCray, mony. N.W. I
6200 2nd Ave.
James Gibson, Oscar Houser and
David Wilks.IPallbearers. The Rev. Cleo ,Albury Jr.,
speaker for the occasion, made PL 7-1645
a very thoughtful and practical
'' to message He was Introduced by .
Mr. Cason. Rev. L. A. Thomuson
offered the Invocation and pronounced $*rvbcpti/ Qp nr 'lit MWrtlffht
Dedicate HallThe the benediction. JOIN THE NAACP!

A large number of parents and
No. 1 Pallbearers Association ----
of America will, have the friends were present to see the .:!fJJrfrJ.nTl'r'J7\1lT\1JfI\ITr'jT\fi17\.lff\1.7\.l\nl\117\1! ! !)7\1h- !!Tin71II711JII1.UI.iltUlWU! UBI u.J''''
dedication of the Hall at 801 22 youngsters receive their di
NW 62nd St., Sunday, June 25, plomas. Closing'remarks were I
The You've Waited
Opportunity For
at 3 p.m. The public is invited made by the principal, Mrs. a
Dora Rhodes.
Rev. Joseph Smith, chairman :;iis) Is NOW Yours-In BeautifulESTATES
of building committee; Bro C. I .'U;
II Ross, grand president; Sister
Advertise.It Pays! h.llg
C Porter, reporter I

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