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Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 1, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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; Admits KillinaA ..... TA .. R APARTMENTS LAW


part-time porter and father His day off was Saturday.: I' "" ., 3
r.j of five children was charged Mrs. Herbert Vandeland,. who 'T "GET' will be able to build only four rights, but not all the Itfefrt,"' !I
Tuesday with fatally strangling operates a grocery' ,store next I units where nine would have Brooks said. "The tenant deserve ;1..
a Miami mother''' on Saturday. door, told police that Grant; came A 'B been allowed formerly. He urged .some consideration to&" i:
Daniel Grant, 31, who was In and bought a couple of choc- .... .;;;;; I the board recommend in. :
hold' as a "material witness" olate bars 'and a coke only min A vote of confidence sent i creasing the ground coverage Stephen P. Clark, planning: ''I
since Mrs. Rebecca+' Nudel utes was from to' board chairman said, "This ; '
was before the woman's body 30 34 percent to allow may
,: killed, reportedly admitted to was found. City Commissioners by the MIami six units on the lot. be, a radical .step but, it's In the '!, I,
i>611Je at 2 a.m. Tuesday that he Grant, of 3201() Douglas Road, Planning Board on Tuesday right directions Our concern is f
their decision to require
choked the on a Luther L. Brooks of Bonded for the '
Woman at her up- told police he went to the shopto tenants 111
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minimum of 660 feet for
hblStery l sboU square Collection Agency, who' ,
2629 SW 37th see Mrs. Nudel', huaband. man .
all -bedroom in
aver one apartments ages more than 10,000 rental
Nudgl had gone on errands stead of the old minimum of 400. ; Long Holiday j.
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units
;A first degree murder warrantwas and left his wife In the store. in this section upheld the
issued against the ex-convict. Grant was picked up and held Edward Vining, representing new law. Most of the apartments The Miami Times staff will I
Apparently Mrs. Nudel, 41 was for questioning, and two lie detector some property owners In the he said are occupied by take a long holiday weekend. '.-
alone In the shop when Grant, test Police have labeled Central Negro district, protested large families and they need After completion of work on Fri
a clean-up man went to the store the case "very definitely a sex the new law. He said that more room inside day, our offices will be closed -
between 9:46 and 10:30: a.m. killing." owners of 60 by 100 foot Iota "The property owner has until Wednesday morning. '-.'
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38TH YEAR, NO. 45 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 EIGHTEEN PAGES TEN CENTS
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13 Muslims Convicted; FinedCity U.. S. Files New ''S,,



Judge Robert Zahner Orleans Airport Suit 1 1A '

,: found 13 members of the Black
Muslim cult guilty Tuesday of
'\ staging a pro-segregation paradeat Attorney Arlington Gets .suit to end alleged Taclal Fifty per cent of the funds
NW 62Md fit. and 12th court ( segregation in the New Orleans for the terminal building was..
oh June 17 without obtainingthe airport terminal was filed by the supplied by the federal government I
necessary license. Justice Deartment in Washing and the city signed con :

Charges of resisting arrest Political Appointment ton, D. C., Monday. tracts prohibiting discrimination.

f, against Algio Jbhileklfl, 19, of 'It had acted on the request of r
. 110 NW 7th at., one of them was the Civil Aeronautics Board and
H. Arrington, widely special aide, until his recent t
: dismissed.All Henry appointment the Federal Aviation Agency, I 1
known Miami attorney and Dem- as D. C. Commission the Justice Department said ingoing I ;

of the group members of ocratic leader, this week becamethe er. to court lor the flnst time
the 70,000-member national or. first Negro in the State ofFlorida In his new post Atty. Arring against airport segregation. ..
f"' ganlzatlon which preaches hatred to receive. A political appointment ton will represent the Housing dTj ,
for whites, were fined $50 and in the new Kennedy and Home Finance Agency In The complaint charged segregation -
costs. All went to Jail rather Administration.Arrington Dade County. His appointment In the restaurant facilities ,
than pay their fines, but later, was strongly points out the fart that In the new terminal build-
-e two of them, Samuel Saxon and confirmed, in the new administration continuesto lug at Molsant International Air
Benny Gibbon, were freed on Washington, D. show loyalty to those who port Negroes were served onlyIn ,I II II
appeal bonds.. .r C., as Field supported President Kennedy, a snack bar and were excluded
Counsel for the regardless of race or area In from a restaurant, a cocktail
Ten appeared in Circuit Courton Federal National which they performed. bar, and a, coffee shop,
Wednesday before Judge
\ William A. Meadows, and lost. Mortgage Association he- Those close to the presidential ,' The complaint said that among 1 I
They were represented by Atty.G. State; Director office feel that the appointmentwas those suffering from the discrimination
was
E. Graves. for Kennedy merely the key to other appointments are foreign diplo-
that will follow in mats, members of the armed
Judge Meadows said that aseparate' during the the state where Kennedy received services and government employee iI
appeal coud: ,be made campaign and support from Negro voters. *. I
of the constitutionality of. the for years has been a close associate ; .
: city ordinance which requires a I of Atty. Frank Reeves, ,
permit for a parade. who was President Kennedy'

"Hire Now Project" Urgedto w _n.li'w.1''_'n__ n__ _

Dr. William A. Patterson, Sr.,.

Metro to Collect :j Help UnemploymentA prominent died at Jackson Miami. I Memorial I pharmacist Hospital ..

campaign to 'Put hundreds ordinated with the nation-wide on Wednesday mornIng at'ter
of unemployed Miamians backon "Hire Now" Campaign which a long Illness. : .?.

Food for the job was launched by local commenced May I0i Improved Dr, Patterson was a native of
Needymonth. officers of the Florida State business outlook predicted by the East Palatka and received his.
Employment Service. Melvin R. nation's economists is expectedto pharmaceutical training at Mo-

An emergency program was I I I Jackson, manager of the Labor benefit 'business firms and harry Medical College. lie operated :,.
and Domestic office said the provide ,many of these needed the Service Drug Store on
An additional $10 In Income
set up on Wednesday to ask for Is to try to persuade laid
will be allowed: for each child. program Job, tie manager Third Ave until he retired sere /
volunteer food contributions for employers who plan to fill job :
ral ago.. r'M'; :
Concerted action by employersto year TDr .
An
Lead unemployable person reg. openings In the near future to .. j <
of Dade County. '
the needy Hire Now will mean prompt
istered with the State Employ
ing In the, movement were do so now instead. Patterson was an ardentA.M.E.
reemployment for thousands of
ment office, or any person on
church worker and pioneered -
County Manager Irvin McNayr. the* state or county relief rope The local job drive is being co our cltixens and consequent, in- ::
City Manager Melvin Reese and in the move for Improvement
Metro Welfare Director Robert of public education for Negroes j
E.. Nicholson. lie was a 33 degree Mason

R To remedy the grave situation IN lie In survived by a wife Mrs.
Metro Manager McNayr instructed QUESTIONS UNANSWERED Pearl Patterson; two eons, Dr.
the Metro Welfare Director to W. A. Patterson Jr. of Miami and
aieet with School Supt. Joe Hall the Rev. Joseph Patterson of
on Thursday to arrange for registration Winston Salem, N Carolina; a
. of the. needy at POLICE OFFICERS DOPE CASEThe sister Mrs Blanche Martin; anda
schools; to call on the Red brother Thomas. A. Patterson
Cross, Council of Churches, Wo Jr.

men's Clubs, Junior League and sensational disclosure two Then too, why did the judge Funeral services under direct-

Welfare Planning handle Council the regis for weeks ago about two Negro police take the word of convicted junkies Ion of Range Funeral Home were
volunteers to Reeves Withdrawn
held at Greater
Friday morning
officer working with the .
tration; arrange for the use of addicts and pushers as star
narcotics squad being charged Bethel AME Church with theRev.
building at 2081 NW 7th ave. witnesses against the two officers -
a distribu- with perjury in the framing of a as Kennedy Nominee S. A. Cousin officiating.
food
as a warehouse for who bad clean records up
woman on a dope charge has ,
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tion. left a lot of question marks on until this case? President Kennedy Wednesday
It Is believed that this measure the case. withdrew the nomination of Atty. creased purchasing power and
will help Metro to determine A lot of people are also asking Frank Reeve for membership on Increased profits would benefit ,
the need and teed the needy Biggest mystery is why the bow did the wrongly accused the District of Columbia Boardof our economy.
third party who took part In .
Commissioners.Reeves
food arrives woman accumulate such vast
surplus
until federal the arrest of the woman was Mr. Jackson stated that the
In about two weeks never identified. It seems to be holdings. It Is alleged she owns asked that his name be Florida State Employment Be r-

o Requirements for getting the I general knowledge that it wasa two duplexes: a rooming house, a withdrawn after a hostile Senate vice is ready to serve employees! t
food are: A single person' income prominent white detective in grocery store and a Cadillac. committee revealed that he had with experienced, competent
ti mutt not exceed $'" per the narcotics bureau who baa been late In paying his District workers. Slogan for the job
month. Two persons' total Income since been transferred to another The case, and the questions, and federal income taxes twice drive Is: "When They Work.
not more than $96 per department. are still pending. In recent years. You Profit, Hire Now." .





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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Negroes must be made to see
that the grim. determination to New Offers
:PAGE 2 SATURDAY JULY 1, 1981 eternalize the Negro's sub-citi Ship
zenship is ft legitimate offspring
: p bf .race prejudice.
Race prejudice is the mother
of segregation and segregation Service to BiminiNORTH'S .
I Between The Lines. will not be banished from the -
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land in some form until race
By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP o' -- prejudice is held up to the scornit TRAVEL SERVICE nlzed afloat.It as one. of the fastest. vessels
deserves. APPOINTED AGENT
TICKET
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Race prejudice is un-Om-itlan, carries elaborate radar
The Bimini Express was builtin
THE STRATEGY OF it is immoral, it, la silly; nobodyis equipment, as well as ship-to-
CONFLICT proud of it, even arch-Negro- New Orleans and completedJune shore telephone and all other
phobes deny they have it, it is 8, 1961. It is a 55 foot electronic device for the safety
When two football teams, one a cursed thing among mankind.Let steel hull vessell, built to CoastGuard of the passengers and ,is inter
light and the other heavy a n drugged us ,blame' race prejudice more specifications. Its 48 pes- nationally certificated.
are vying for victory on and more as a ,strategy. sengers will be seated in comfor-
the gridiron, the lighter team la Very few decent Christian tab'e, secured air foam cushioned The Bimini Express 'Is constructed -
usually at a disadvantage, for people are proud of their race seats. Cruising speed Is 30 with six water tight
football is a game where brawnis prejudice. miles an hour, and it is recog-.. compartments, similar to the

at a premium. It the lighter .--- large passenger linners, Its very
team hopes for victory it must latest General Electric diesel
depend chiefly on strategy.In UNDER NEW OWNERSHIPJoe powered engines generate over
other words, what It lacks 1,000 hosepower.The .
in strength It must .suppfry in Metz is BackSMALL'S
strategy. In his apiration to ship will depart 8 a.m.
first rate citizenship in this daily, except Mondays, from the
country, the Negro must never I and the South and the nation LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE Dupont Plaza docks, returning
tofte sight\! of the fact that he is to Miami approximately 4:30:
would be better off.
Contesting against a stronger 701 N.W. 2nd Avenue p.m. All Sunday sailings will lay
group and this makes it all the 4 Unhappily, the Negro! press has over in Bimini, leaving there at
Wore' necessary for the Negro to not developed a corresponding THE LAS VEGAS LOUNGE IS OPEN 0 A.M. TO 1 A.M. 5:30: a.m. Monday morning and
Jresort to an effective .strategy strategy. Of course the Negro SEREO MUSIC arriving in Miami at 7:30: a.m.
press Ls unanimous in its opposition
The Opposing white man has, to second rate citlzenhlp To Serve You Are There are ample parking facilities
front his position of strength, and that is as it should be. at the Dupont Plaza
developed NANCY AND TINA
a strategy calculated A fine strategem would be to docks. Round trip fare, $16.60,
tt throttle
in the Negro In the
'conflict. pull the covet off race prejudice. one way $10.50.

For instance, the Southern .
white press insists on statingthe ",,
race along with the crime. ,,"\ vr'l. .\.' .r :. .;) ;" II,;
The crime Is always committedby ", .. .....:' \ J ."j
John Doe, Negro 91though no .
authoritative sociologist has ever :

found any correlation between it's! Pepsi .
now -
crime and race, by the subtle
Aegsl "
Pc
connection of crime and the Ne PP .
gro race we find a strategy to
paint the Negro as a criminal In for those who think
spite sociologists.of the findings of top-notch young


When the Southern opponents'Of lit p. ., Our goal today is the modern, lively life. We' etlinkingyoung.

civil Negro rights advance for Negroes would they oppose do .F...Pepsi' : > This Is the life for Pepsi-light, bracing, clean-tasting

so by fighting, not against civil
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rights but for state rights. It llilllli.mnilllllll Pepsi-Cola. At stores fountains "Pepsi pleas"

would look shameful and mor ." ........... ..y ...yL ,NVL7r0'wrM; 4.",.,,,.. ,y"..,. "y", say ,
ally ugly to oppose civil rights
for Negroes, but when the fightIs ;
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made In the name of state r ,
rights thereby become "respec-
table" and this .strategy is prow *w
ing tremendously effective

There are millions of Americans t4$;4 s 4 fi
who will fight for state *
rights who would not fight
against civil rights for Negroes,
Jf they but understood :4l}}.} ; '
thestrategy. u/Y; }>'}?" {: { ,
And then Is the strategy ; ,; ; ''; .;3 .:,s';:'i:rva.x >ry 4t *yhb
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of blame used by the larger ;

segment of the press of the '$ ,:'y,}:k{,;.},,f.'tt%;
Soxilh. ,
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'There .... }, Z 7{> ,{>nk i1 v i'Y' .
is a general agreement nh: ; ;C3''fr'S.y:: ; 7' ::. ... r i %
'of this segment of the press that g
race relations in the South and
'nation are in a bady way. But
the strategy is to lay the blameat
other doors than the doors of ..

the South. :.\a:......,. .,,..,,.,\,,s\'{'r, .h\,,,,. ,t.
The reactionary press of the
South blames the NAACP, the
white and Negro agitators from
the North the pit ins, and the
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Freedom Riders and communism.We '
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have arrived at a point in k :;a P r a.};;. k, : 's
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fir;
the racial conflict that every ..
honest effort the Negro makesto .
better his lot in land Ne .
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groes have died to save, is blam- k
ed on the communist influence. : .:
And yet Negroes were strugglingfor I
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his freedom even before
Lenin had arrived in Moscow. I
What about the Nat Turner i
rebellion? What about the
Phoenix riot of 1898 where
scores and perhaps hundreds of
Negroes died trying to make'
their way to the ballot box. : :..:
There was no Communism to Inspire
them. Nothing but raw
common sense and courage And
yet the strategy is to lay a11'' a
current efforts of Negroes who
are bent on liberation on communlst -
influence.The I

cruel strategy is often :
hidden in the cruel circumstances
but it is there. And strangely \
enough this studied and well- E rK.,
planned strategy never mentions : ,,; ,r
segregation and Its humiliationsand
degradations and frustatioiut'I \ +' ,MIM..
and vexations as a cause of our '
seriously impaired race relations.: I
The exculpation of segregationand
the evils thereof have been

most complete, by that sector of ;, > .
the Southern press that so often 1.4 + w -
dep'ores the state of race relations ar
The foregoing sets forthin
a small way the studied !It rat. .'p qt
egy of the Pharaohs of the Old
South who will not let the Ne

gro go.These.

same old Pharaohs find
it easier to abuse and accuse and
disparage and heckle the laws
of the land than to obey them.
If massive obedience to our laws ,
took the pace: of our abortive I
massive resistance, the Negro I UOTTLED BY PEPSI-COLA co UX010' MIAMI, UNDER AP1HHXTMKNT> FROM IEI'SI'CO : -
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Miss Leonie Adams ,, I

SATURDAY JULY 1, 1961 PAGE 3 II I
Honored UponRetirement I II I

Around MiamiBy I Letter to- The- Editor newspaper's quotation of t.h..% \ '

I wonderful Investment, It's ,supposed !V
Friday evening June 16 for' Gentlemen: to bet The Herald and the ,
DAVE BON60 mer pupils, well wisher and I News exposed the worthless land ; fl
friends of Miss Leon t! Adamtf Don't you think It's time you
honored her with an elaborate also said something in your which was bought tot $40 per'I I
reception as she retired from paper about the Injustice done to acre and is selling for *,95 antS ,
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.w '.l': > followIng who is induced ;
the teaching profession, the man or woman I $996 for 2% acres.
I'DEEN going back and over $300 Watch for the many years of unselfish, to put their money into 'I II
forth to ,Nassau for the past ten ,first and only Southern Jewel useful and devoted service In worthless land and using your CONCERNED I-y
yean, and last Sunday I caught Box Revue to be held on July the classrooms of Florida. i iI
the 8 a.m. flight to the Island 17 (Monday night) at the King ----.l
And returned Sunday night. A 0' Hearts Admission will be The spacious auditorium of
tritf like that 18 a great dlaap $1.60 and tables will be 100. Liberty Square was appropriate I
itfittimejit! t, because: th fe It ed This should be one of the gayest ly decorated with palms, cut
much to and do. did roses. and glads for the occasion.
See
efle shows presented, plus the gayest A ROOTIN'TOOTIN'WINE
Marietta's Guest House she put fashion show you have ever honoree was radiant In a
on a "pot" for me something seen It is produced .by Yours dinner The dress of Ice- >lue with
that I had never had before Truly and directed fey' Phil "I trimmings and accessories of
ric e and ain't been touched" Harris.
pumpkin. never white. At the appointed hour
Shucks, I ate it, of course, and This is about the queerest Miss Adams was escorted to her DRINK
I thought the pumpkin was thing I have ever presented, so seat by her nephew, Douglas
sweet potato. I can't stand don't forget July 17 at the King Adams of Key West, who came .
pumpkin but this was real good. 0' Hearts for the Southern to witness the occasion. She
Oh, she's so nice. Now that Jewel Box Band leader up was seated at the center of a
school is out, maybe you will be Duke Jenkins had smiles all over semi.circle of palms In a cotfi
feolag to Nassau, so. stop atarietta's his face. His spouse is backin fortable chair which was drat)
M for $3.00 It is a nice Miami. Yep, Chris has re ed In soft shades of pink Mrs
fJlae. turned. Seems she has some sand Irene R. StrausMer served es
I had a dice long chat with in her shoos. mistress of ceremonies, and paid
Freddie Muttnlugs, and mad him tribute to Miss Adams for her
laugh Had cake and lemonade lOltt1IJJn.V1111e. Chapman anda years of outstanding achieve
With niy good friend and his member of the Clan (no, not ments In the classroom as wellas 4
wife, Mr. and Mrs Hamlyn the KK kind) will throw a big In the civic life of the com
Singh find Mr*. Jddfl Ferguson bash at Small's Las Vegas munity.
I went to Sooth Beach to ',see the Lounge tonight (Friday). Far
fi bar hdtel on the ocean, owned ties at >Small's are beginning to Following the Invocation Miss -.. ,
by T. W. 1. Thompson (better be the thing, because of the Adams was presented an orchid ,. .,' ,
kndwn ds Stokes) My guide coziness of the room. Joe Metz by Mrs. Mae Perry, a former
was the owner of the new dub pupil. Soloists for the occasionwere
,
sez this is the place Wanta Mrs. Bertha Sharpe Jackson .
6n Wulff toad called the tipper
Heoni, which is under the guiding surprise!? Dig the yellow pagesof and Mrs. Enid Rahmlngs.
hand of Walter (Hutch) our Miami phone book, page At the piano throughout the
HiidsoH. Sure, 1 ran into my evening were Mrs. Sylvia Rolle'
tnan, Felix Johnson and had a and Leomie Minnis. Mrs. W. O.
jbng chat.with him too. I missed Perry read a poem which .she
:r.a uts Taylor, Gerald Cash and IF IT'S FLOWERS dedicated to her former teacher.
Uasll &ands. and a heap of other You're thinking of, call us Mrs Shib Brown, another for
gotfd friends, and I'm sorryI We can help you wish. any of mer pupil, In a few well chosen
couldn't stay over, but duty words presented the gift from
firmer oRslonsPerry's'
jour former pupils, a silver bowl and
calls me back to the public .relations
Dept. of Donded Collection bun warmer. Among those pay
Agency with Director ing verbal tributes and expres-
Charles Lockhart. Anyway, Nassau sing greetings were Mrs. AleseK
Is still one of the best places 0111 and Mrs. Charlotte Ford
:n the world-next to America, Clarke, both principals in file
of course. j' school system. In charge of the ;. .
guest book was Mrs. Irma Lee i iI
Fredericks. Mrs. Lillian Davis ir
TUB GLASS is M happy R3 r
Phil Harris and Bobby MarshallIn was in charge of gifts, which
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were numerous.At
a lollypop factory after the
bowing of Mr. Dlues, Wynonnle .A. the close of the program, I ,1H
Harris. In tact the Glass had guests were Invited to partake
"Dlues", to cancel his engage *"<* of refreshments, with Mrs. Shlb
ment in Boston so that those of Drown in charge. Miss Adams
who missed the show last Florist
you has given many years of service
weekend will be able to catch
teacher community civic
as a a
him on the holdover. Dizzy 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue and Christian worker, and a > '
Jones' band never played as they Phone FR 4.1205 friend to those in need of her 1 t.,1'' h .' .
played for Wynonie. Ha worked More Than 30 Years' services. ,III!, 't1Jt'1'1r., _. .
the heck out of them. To top off < ", ". .. i
the evening, Disc Jockeys from of Satisfying Service She began her teaching career
fill AVer the United States were at early age in the .schools :', f,
a very
Fastest Drink in The West.
on hand to dig the show. Popular I I of Monroe County. She later .
DJ from New York, Jock transferred to the Dade County
Henderson and Butterbali; had School .system, where she served The Wild Drink The Big Square BottleG.OLDEH
ringside seats every night. It NOW OFFICIALLYOPEN the greater part of her time as
proves that the Glass is still a teacher of the Dunbar Elementary
Miami's best showcaster. School where Mrs.
Charlotte F.' Clarke, former deanat
THE GLASS Just told me he's Uethune Cookman College is
having a big 4th of July Breakfast WorldWideEmploymentAgancy the principal. As Miss Adams re SPUR
dance and show .starring tires the blessings and good
Wynonie Harris Monday nlte, wishes of a grateful communityare
July 3 at 11:30 p.m. til 6 a.m. following her, for enjoyable,
Oh, man, I haven't been to an restful and serene years of retirement -
old fashion breakfast dance in .
years. 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave. A SMOOTH WINE

PJIBTTY 'GIRL of the Week: FR 3.5755 nxlureil by Oonwtock Vintners, Ban Francisco, Calif. 1

Jerry Simmons (V. I. P. Lounge) 65-In the right hand corner.
Pretty Boy of The Week: I Now that's what I call adver- 20% by volume 1 1f
Al Symonette Man About s tUnIC With dat, Jest gotta say f

Town: Willie Chapman. COOKS work in New -"Y'll live "life, every golden :; : -- ----< ----- --- r -
minute of it.
QUICK NOTES DEPT. Dr. York $50 $60. Private
and Mrs. J. O. Brown, bully
gully fans. He throws a mean homes, sleep in, free room,

Ed Cook, Fiesta
eye glass board, TV, etc.
Room manager, is gonna get
another visit from the stork NO DEPOSIT AUTO LIABILITY
around his house. Mrs. sez that
the TV was out of order 'NO REGISTRATION FEE
Vanilla Williams, the exotic ,
looking dancer, throws one of Air or bus transportation r INSURANCE

the largest (birthday parties ever Advanced at Once
given a child: in this area for
her daughter. The ,bill was well

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IT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO Vanetta Lynn Williams Just

Thursday morning's news from the city of Chicago I daughter turned five of Vanilla year She Williams.Is the :.R .
made Interesting reading. It told of a fire that destroyedan Guesfs at little Lynn's birthday ;
old hotel occupied by 80 Negroes. Naturally, the Red party were: Grandmother, Mra.
Cross was present and gave assistance.Not Fannie Mae Weaver of Jackson
vine and aunt, Lucille Jackson
far from the scene of the fire is the Holy Cross of Miami, Mr. and Mrs. Napol-'
Lutheran Church, the Rev. Albert Constein, pastor, who ean Reed Phil Harris, Shon, The
played the part of the Good Samaritan, offering the refugees Butterball Dave and Mayme
shelter in Bondu John Lomelo Doris Burt,
: the church. The Red Cross volunteers
Sam Moore E. Lois Forman plusa
took the unfortunate people to the church. It is located host of other personalities.
just a few blocks from the home of Richard J. Daley,

1 Mayor of Chicago. :Fr. Gibson to SpeakFather ;
Shortly after'the! "S 'entt Ian d.;' "white mob gathered Theodore Gibson will
shouting and jeering, looking in the windows and be the Men's Day speaker at St.
threatening to destroy the church if the Negroes were James AME Church. 1845 NW FOR SALE
65th St., Sunday July 9 at the
not taken out of the building.
11 a.m. services. For a real
Chicago's public informaion director for the Red treat don't miss hearing him.
This Beautiful 3-bedroom baths
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'Cross said: "Red Cross people at the scene said there Rememlber' you are always ,
:seemed to be some chance of ugliness developing, and welcome at St. James and all day
program has been planned for Brand New Home
'the Red Cross decided that the people would be taken your enjoyment.
elsewhere. They were taken to a Negro church. Leroy Brown chairman Located at
The Rev. Mr. Constein acted his part, as a Christian, Rev. II, M. Harris, pastor
and credit is due him. Credit also goes to the American 3200 Frow Avenue, Coconut Grove
:Red Cross. Personal Mention

As to the mob, these folk have shown that they are The Rev. William C. Johnson: Designed And E/uilt For The Hard to Please

members of the part of Chicago, which, hurt, rather than formerly pastor of of St.Miami Mary's and now W. the M. .
]help that city.MIAMI Church of New York City, re
Tile Roof
0 Closets
turned to Miami on a short business l. Q Large
LOSES TWO MINISTERSTwo trip. Rev Johnson Is the I 9 Built-in Kitchen 0 Electric Range
son of Mrs. Annie Johnson of v Mr. and Mrs. Closets 0 Electric Oven
of our well known ministers died during the 1930 return NW to 6th New court York He Saturday.plans: to I: 0 Circular Driveway 0 Fully Landscaped
month of June, in fact, on the same day. While In Miami he was the I 0 Large Rooms 0 Custom Built
The Rev. William Taylor of Richmond Heights, houseguest of his uncle ThomasP. A Corner Lot 0 Terms
pastor of Hurst Chapel A.M.E. Church, Riviera Beach, Jonson, 1925 NW 66th st.
and the Rev. George F. Ponder, a former pastor of Little Edwin Eric Boyd son i GO BY AND SEE THIS

Ebenezer Methodist Church, Miami. of Mr. and Mrs. Ell Boyd of OUTSTANDING HOMEThen
Funeral services for the Rev. Mr. Taylor were heldat 1611 NW 3rd ave., apt 8 cele
Hurst Chapel and at Bethel, A.M.E. Church, Miami. brated Wednesday.his first Little birthday Edwin on last Call

He was a native of St. Kitts, B.W.I. His death was the honored with a party given was for NE 3-3408 For Details
result of an automobile accident. him by his parents and held for

The eulogy, floral and other tributes were evidence I I.their attended home.the A affair number of persons I I 1'
of the regard in which the deceased was held.
Surviving is a wife, Mrs. 0a D. Taylor.. '
The Rev. George Ponder, a native of Sylvania, Ga., --j
was a veteran pastor and a highly respected citizen.
Funeral obsequies for him were held at the ,Ebenezer
Methodist Church, Miami, where he was pastor for 11 UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTJack's

vears, and' the body was ,shipped to Savannah, where
final rites were held. .
He is survived by a wife, Mrs. Selena Ponder.
Before coming to Miami l, the Rev. Mr. Ponder serv-
ed churches in the following cities:

Bradenton, Orlando, Deland, Cocoa, New Smyrna, riven

Clearwater, Ft. Myers, Jacksonville and Tampa. I

SCHOOL FUNDS NEEDED

Dade County School Board, Joe Hall, superintendent i CORNER
has quite a problem\ solve. It's a financial prob-
lem. The board needs at least $8,000,000 more than it
will have for the fiscal year. N.W.13th Ave. & 54th St. .

Teachers salaries'' have been ordered raised by the .
state legislature, and the superintendent is against cut;
ting salaries. WILL HAVE ITS Cam'

Taxes are up to 20 mills/the ceiling set by the Flor-
ida Constitution, says Mr. Hall.
The reduced income was brought about by lower GRAND REOPENING
than anticipated state aid and a reduced cash balance
carried over from the previous year.
The superintendent said it probably will be necessary -
to give up 2.1 million dollars in state aid for school TUES. JULY 4th *
funds.construction because Dade can't raise the local matching ,

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pleasant EDITOR'S visitor to the NOTEBOOKA Times' office on Thursdaywas rlJ: Barbecue SPECIALIZING Ribs and Chicken IN

Porcher L. Taylor .Sr,, owner-editor of the Florida '
Tattler of Jacksonville. It was Editor Taylor's first visit World Famous Foot Long Hot Dog

"to Miami and he enjoyed it. He is especially thrilled over
Miami Beach where he was taken by an old friend, Dan I Fried Shrimps Delicious Sandwiches Ice Cold Beer
Open from 6 a.m. Until?

Francis.We talked over the. old days when newpaper men BREAKFAST LUNCH AND
DINNER
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mot twice annually at the opening and commencementat
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THE MIAMI TIMES ,- MIAMI, FLORIDA of the Student Body of North Real Estate Broker :.
I western. James made the trip hy
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 PAGE 5ARCHIE National Airlines and is planning t
to do Meet Here
r some sight-seeing in the
J I ?Z Capitol City before returning ,
home. The Dade County Real-.Estate! I I

Brokers and its auxiliary will : I

meet Sunday, July, 2 at ,the residence .
Watch For of J. R. Taylor, 579Q NW
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Play Boy Mat're "D" 19th ave1., at 4 p.m. I

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TilE FINE ARTS Conservatory which they did in 1961, he was IN AIR CONDITIONED, RECLINING SEATED r r

a non-profit educational In* requested to change the title. STREAMLINED
stitution for the creative arts, IB Having already} changed the
coming your way with Its "Sunv "Badlands" title once, he obligingly
mer Adventure. la Arts." This changed "Soldier's 3" to GREYHOUND & TRAILWAYSBUSES !
seven week "tour" of the arts Soldiers 4 and Soldiers 5. ..w .sal ,.qy
for $16 will give you or the
youngster In the family a chanceto SIDNEY POITIER and Ills James Dowena Jr., son of Mr.
take part In singing instru pretty wife Juanita, have named and Mrs. James Bowena of 2214
Cental music or arts and crafts. their Infant daughter Gena, after West 6th court, Hlaleah, and a
The program begins Saturday their good friend, beautiful senior at Northwestern High .
July 17 on Wednesday and Sat- Gena Rowlands, the actress School Is attending the Eastern
urday so clip ,this and save and Andrew Jackson 70-year-old retired Area Junior Red Cross Leader ASK ABOUT OUR
In and hod carrier, hit ship Training Center held at
the meantime contact the FAC 'Porter
at 5770 NW 15th ave. The the Hollywood Park daily double Hood College, Frederick, Md., SPECIAL RATES FOR GROUP TRAVELWe
Hampton House and Villas real last 'week for 3,760 smackers on from June 25 through July 2, .
fr came on with a gala opening. a $2 ticket. This was the fourth He will undergo an intensive Reserve Your Seats, When You Purchase Your
of training in both Junior
They certainly aren't wastingany largest pay off for two bucks in period
time In making this the the history ol the race track and Senior Red Cross services TicketsNORTH'S
In Middletown, Ohio, Sgt. Carl and activities together with over
show place of Miami. In order to
Ennis of the Trenton out 126 carefully selected leaders .
help police
you recognize Its beauty, a
from all the Eastern states.
weekend package tour is offeredsee walking with his son, Chris, 6,
( the brochure) and believe stopped ,to buy an ice cream bar Emphasla win' be placed on TRAVEL BUREAUFR
013 it's one that will 'convince and handed it to the boys to training for leadership. James
,onayuho'a seeking'pbTafortbeau; lake a..iblt. As the,sergeant took has.been. elected to the vice 9-8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave..,
ty 8kW* \wfiraiwfwra': .fh&i idibltbatk' ndl'swallowed. pr ald ncy oft the Junior lied, 7 Charles North Manager''
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home. a: b"ig"'chunk, the boy cried: Cross secondary county council.He .
"Walt, Daddy!" Asked what was to also the incoming president .
wrong, Chris grinned and Bald:
THEY'RE BOWLING at Ml swallowed
.It's too late you
12-lane bowling alley and playing my loose tooth!I"

in the lounge is Dottie Dud- I Best Care Offered at St. John Tot Center ,M
ley and her Spouse Combo. It is A QUIET MOVEMENT U ,on
about the best entertainment in foot in the Los Angeles area to (
these parts. Dottle's organ play. boycott the approaching Los
Ing is tagged the swingingest In Angeles Rams-Washington Redskins
the land WEDDINGS: FLora annual charity football
Wllteon: and Benjamin Mat-
game because of the man who
.chett exchange nuptial vows makes no bones about' his ,lack of
June 26 at the First Baptist interest in hiring Negroes -
Church in Opa Locka Also George Preston Marshall .
planning for a June splicing are Four Pacific Coast tars are ex
Julia Gray and Stafford Smith. I pected to shoo-ins for places on
That's on the 24th Juanita the National League's all-star:
exchanged nuptial vows June 18. team They are Orlando Cepeda,
1st 'base and Willie Mays, cen
IT WAS Al Mile of American ter fielder and Maury Wills' at
Tobacco Co., who' accompanied shortstop and John Roseboro,
Vlck Coleman along his promo catcher.
tions in this area the recent
weekend MJSgt. Samuel JmHn.IIIlSCO'rI' (former
"Red" Holmes has married Payne's Conch Shell' waitress)
,Katherine Jeter of Bessemer starts her vacation this week. A
.A'a.; Holmes, who had "his trip home (Alabama) then to
Times" follow him around the visit relatives in Ohio, from .
globe, completes 20 years military there to N.y, for an indefinite
service in June Garth stay Irene Burns Brown's t ;1f, V .. J rJi
Reeves Jr., thinks he's a man recent visit by Sir Stork was a
now. He took off for Nassau last 10 Ib. 6 oz. son during June ,
week, all by his lonesome Archie Taylor, a member of i T
Capt. Felton Hemp has gone to the Duke Jenkins orch. (six mos. 4.
Fort Sill, Oklahoma after a brief at the Eden Rock) was nice

visit Ing three here years with his in Germany family follow. acquaintance took time out when to bowl the and group tab -,."- ,,.... ,..A A A S. .'. : < -' ..... _. ,.......-..-

The H.' Allen Wheatleys have a it the best recreation in town. The St. John Tot Center offers the best Pick up and delivery service in the
Born when Why on
Father's new son.Day, of course. In year-round care for the pre-school age downtown and the Liberty City area I

child. Supervised play on spacious grounds
services
For the offered our prices are
I10XJNG TIlE NEWS 1791 N.W. 53rd St. I II I delicious warm meals, fruit juices and the lowest in town Call FR 1-3212 for

ENTERTAINER Lil milk, served in an air-cooled area. further information visit at the St.
FORMER Open 1-5, $1,000 handles. or us
Richard and Joe Lutcher, now $85 monthly FHA, 2-bed- Each child is allowed to relax or sleepin John Baptist Church, 1328 NW 3rd Ave.
the of soft music and hos
win tour
turned evangelists, an atmosphere I
The Tot is the church.
roof attic fan Center operated by
tile
East this year Richard will room, pital cleanliness, in individual beds under
work with D. C. evangelist E. E. jalousie, Florida room, the watchful of certified personnel. Rev. Thedford Johnson is the minister
eyes
Cleveland in Los Angeles and I
Lutcher will prepare for his trip hardwood floors, awnings, ________.___ L "_

to Washington oon It Is like new.
amusing to follow the changing FINK BROKERFR
title of Frank Sinatra's "Bad .
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has a leading part. Due to Rud-
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I 1400 Dade Teachers Fellowship DayThe awarded.

Annual Fellowship Day teachers: Mrs Ellen Pierce, librarian Make. it your business to
Floral Heights; Mrs L.
program of the Dade Count; for out one or more of the
E Thomas received plaque which
voting you
Association was held coupons
Teachers Mrs! Daisy Benson Phyllis find on these pages. Or
Monday. June 12 at 9 a.m. in Wheatley; Mrs. Samuel Payne your favorite barmaid,
the auditorium of Northwestern received plaque for her husband, er, waiter or waitress for a
Senior High School. "Bettei Northwestern; Charles L. Wil ing coupon. Let's see who
Teacher Relations, the Key toSurvival" Hams BTW; Mrs. Minnie James, be the Moat Popular of
was the theme. Pine Villa; Mrs. Cecile McCart who will bo crowned at the
ney: received plaque for her maid's Bull on July 30
Fourteen hundred teachers great aunt Miss Leonie Adams will be held at the beautiful
and administrators heard Dr. Joe Douglas. Knight Beat Club of the Sir
Hall compliment the group or Hotel. Oet those vote in > /
the work that they had done
this past year and on their fine
spirit of cooperation. He also Miss Betty Gray, MIAMI TIMES ADS ;
the period'through
characterized
of Hearts Club !
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which we are passing as one oi King DON'T COST THEY P
hypercriticism. Since a good public I

school system IB essential foe 1960 Popularity ;....;--- _. ---- ;.-o.7r .-=--=- ______ r r0 -.. -- ----
the proper administration oi
government on all levels, he Winner Why Not Own The Best in Dade County?

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Intelligent approach. He asked :'!Ii.?:-" v I ..", J'J'--'".:Jf, .4tt., '. :>,.'-,t',
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plan for Dade County and gavea 9 1
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board member brought greetings tea w
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to the Association

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deceased members were conducted j
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Pauline Willis, secretary of research :.
served as chairman foe -
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Florida State Teachers Association Miss Betty Gray barmaid at I I
Retired teachers receiving the King 0' Hearts Club was
plaques Included Miss Leonie the winner of the 1960 Popularity I
Adams Mrs. Daisy Denson, Mrs Contest who received an all ,
Minnie James, Mrs. Ellen Pierce trip to Nassau as '
eX'Ven.e.pald :.f
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and the top prize last year. Betty .. '': '; :
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Mrs. Mallie Hunter. again this year, will be a top I
Mrs. Annette McNeil first) favorite to repeat. However she A SHOWPLACE
vice president presided over the says that she. will be very happyto
program: Emanuel Fryar Jr.,. "crown" the winner of the 7530 N. WI' 10th Avenue
president conducted the business 1961 "most popular" contest In
session at which reports were the event that she is defeated
Full Tile Baths
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given and proposals offered. A for the title. -

relatively smooth session was Top prize this :year will be the With showers Large living room dining room and kitchen. Wall to

achieved meetings due that to had the various been held area choice of a paid vacation at the wall carpeting. Indirect, lighting, front and rear Florida rooms, 2 large

during the spring semester, appraising Hotel. Castelbaltl in exciting roundtrip 1 patios, 2-cnr garage with electric eye. Many other beautiful feature
the membership as a Port au air-Prince transportation, Haiti with by Pan Lot 192 x 110. Underground sprinkling system, 12 parkway light. So '

whole of. the activities of the as American Airways, the World's 1 much it will fill a book. Owner will trade for other real estate. Original

sociation.The most experienced airlines. Or if cot $125,000. SHOWN BY APPOINTMENT ONLY
bottom photo shows plat- the winner prefers, there I Is a Term* Can
form guests. Left to right: Mrs. week's paid vacation In Atlantic PRICE $75,000
Maedon Dullard, corresponding City at the fabulous Jamaica j arranged
secretary; Mrs. Marmetta Brown, Motel during the time of the with FHA financing bank financing
financial secretary: T. S. Oreer Miss America Beauty Pageant. We also have many small home ,
Mrs. Annette Me- and private financing in good locations.
Sr., treasurer; Lucky voters casting their
:Neal vice president; Emanuel rotes for the contestant of their 'I CHAS. H. PYKE, Realtor l w l.I .
Dr. Joe
Jr.. president:
Fryar choice, will have an opportunityto
Hall and Mrs. Anna Brenner Meyfirs. -I obtain the same top prize, a 409 E. 9th Street, Hialeah TU 5-1589. .. I

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The newly decorated Imperial June 9 at 3 p.m. me on
We're going to miss seeingthe not being able to play at Miami Hotel at 50 NW 8th street, ia mortal .services will be held at
blimps cruising over Miami. Springs Golf Course It Miami now under the capable manage the St. John Baptist Church for The Midget Chorus of Rich- ,
The Navy announced on Monday leases It to the city of Miami ment of Sandy Hall. Mr. Hall the late Dr. Nannie Helen Burroughs mond Heights is planning a tour IA
that It was retiring the blimp Springs. Mayor High and Com halls from LaGrange, Oa. andis 1 president of the Wo- thru Georgia, South Carolinaand
fleet. Eight of the 10 active missioner Dalaban have promised an ardent church and' com man's Convention, auxiliary; to North Carolina about the
ships will ,be deflated and put In 'to avoid any deal that would munity worker. He is being as* the National Baptist Convention, 5th'"' of Auguat. It will run about \
storage by mid-November. The I try to circumvent the court's action. sisted by Mrs Florence Wash- U. S. A., Inc. 10 days. Persons desiring to Join I
decision was made ,because It ington who Is also in charge of Mrs. A. O. Parker, president ofF the group are welcome. A spec
costs $5,794,054 a year to operate the house keeping department. E. C. Association has been ial bus will be chartered to ac-
the ships and the money the women's department of theF. o comodate all. For further Information
Is not. now available. Hampton House E. C. Association has been I phone CE 5-1132. Mrs. \t ,
Cocktail Lounge selected as the speaker. Ethel Edwards. J29 h
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Carl T. Rowan' deputy assistant -
secretary of state for pub. Opens SaturdayThe FOR SALE
lie affairs fired a ''broadside at
Hampton House Motel
former President
having cal'ed the Truman"Freedom for o and Villas 4200 NW' 27th ave.,
.J Riders" meddlers and purveyorsof will hold the grand opening festivities $490 Down NOW '
nonsense. I of its beautiful cocktail
f lounge Saturday at 9 p.m. The a
$65 month
Rowan said ,
Mr. Truman
was doors will open at 6 p.m. and
' : "chief purveyor of an extremely
the music and entertainmentwill
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nonsense. kick off at 9.

I ,' Riders Violence In the against South the Is Freedom evidenceof For < your the pleasure Myrtle Jones'and entertainment Trio. Very nice 1-bedroom home 3 LOCATIONS

I I of a mass emotional sickness, will be featured at the opening.The with large carporte, or
some Americans have criticized trio include Myrtle Jones at large room newly decorated -
I'' Individuals who deliberately test bass the piano.fiddle Grechan and Rufus Moncur"Turnip on extra large lot. Total
I constitutional rights and othea Green" Cleare drums. price $7,950. Open
t "Justify their softness" on the on Sunday TO SERVE YOU
i J race Issue by referring to action 1 to 5 p.m.
i takers as extremists. Star Social Club "
I Rowan said he had the highest .
l. regard for Mr. Truman's actionsas Sponsors DanceThe
president but he wishes all For sale with low down Liberty City
presidents 0 0Ii. Star'' Social Saving Club Is
might retain payment
the
.. wise advisers of their tenure in ,sponsoring a dance at the Ml 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661
office or that newspapermen Club 19th ave. and 75th St., DUPLEX HOUSE
i r would give them the special Monday, July 3. All tables $1.00. I
I- courtesy of retirement and of Advance 75 cents at door $1.00. $9,500 Full Price Opa Locka
crowing old without The committee is Nona Dillard
t incite unthoughtful questionsthat replies. Ethel Oliphant, Doleatha Foster Balance like rent 2530 Service Road MU 8.3311
and Muriel Curtiss.Summer .

", County officials will get a real 1937 N.W. 51st Terr.
{ 'break this weekend, July 4th Jazz Homestead
comes on Tuesday, so Metro has Open Sunday 1 to 5
i. decided that Monday too should Smash Hit p.m. 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7-9771
be a holiday. So there she goes, Jazz at its sensational best .
Saturday Sunday, Monday and with a touch of Storyvllle and ....--.-....
.. Tuesday, report for work on Randalls Island! invaded Miami WE HAVE RENTALS
Wednesday. Nice holiday, Isn't 1 last Sunday In the fabulous Fl- .
It? Bata Room of the Mary Elizabeth Complete Funerals :
Hotel to a near capacity audi BE SAFE NOT SORRY I
,Metro has taken over the ence. This the first in a aeries of
zoning appeals ,board that would summer Jazz shows and from all Auto Liability Insurance .I
hear and review cases after the indications this will be the top
If: the county zoning director had Sunday event throughout the Financed on Small from $150 {
,', made his decision. summer. Monthly PaymentsGoodman's ;' w ,
.Members attending meetingsof Sunday's bill of fare will be
.... ....
the board -.-
receive
will $15 a o just ns exciting with the return
..... meetings. The commissioners be- I of Wally Futch with Jerry ,
Your Social Security bury Call for
us
believe the public should have a Mack and his big band plus the Real can you.
direct appeal to elected officials Remarkable Rubin who drew a further information
rather than to an appointed standing ovation from the audi
board, ence. Estate & Insurance
Also featured will be the exciting THE HOUSE OF ALBERTDignified
In England a new Primate was ,vocalist Harold Frazier 2688 N.W. 62nd St.
installed on Tuesday. He is Dr. and the Myrtle Jones Trio.
Arthur Michael Ramsay who This series is being presented OX 1-0380 Funeral Service
became the 100th Archblsop of under the auspices of the Jazz
Cantebury. He succeeds Arch- Limited Society of Miami '

bishop Geoffrey Francis Fisher I,tt .. :!:..:!:.,:!:" :!",, ...-." .:!... ..:!:..:!:.. .. .. .. .. .. ..:!:..:!:.t;!.... ...!:'.. .:!...r.s.... ....
who retired on May 31 and became FOR SALEIf I I .!! ..9C.. .?C... iC"...r ...OC.aC...: 3 C.r%.Y V..!OC..LC:<..T%.! ...K..W.,r.o!<.,!?. ;%.AC; ..!OC<.,f:;:...o-.e;:... :::',"'D: % .

a baron.. I you are planning on buyinga ;Ic DON'T MISS THE 2ND EDITION
Metro detectives moved into a house In Carver Ranches don't I
swank residential section Wed. buy until you see our new Z-bed' t OF I '
nesday and found a huge still room house extra large ,living-
and 70 gallons of moonshine. room with large '''picture window I:jt:! ,:
Melvin and Jefferson William and carporte, all formica =
and Alvin Chance were arrested kitchen. Small down payment, SUMMER JAZZ
,. In the still at 1775 NW 58th st. reasonable monthly payment. Ii:: ;
Sold by owner at 5240 SW 23rd :
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E MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA remarked to Mr. Perry that Gov. _'llti\lti-.mr\1IU_.....1MLUIU,nIL muIIIr{ ]\ilh

,, Patterson might not have beenas
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 cordial It he had met us in
person I The scenery changednow
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and the orange groves and
pine forests of Florida were giving 8 TY

way to pecan groves, live-
oaks and magnolia trees. The eAIv'i !eN tf.SZ**
hugeness and age of the live-

oaks and magnolias of the Gulf OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd.Ave. .& 69th St.
Coast are almost awe-Inspiring
Their beauty only makes the
4y'i contrast greater that such
64t
things can be marred by' the FRIDAY AND SATURDAY '
prejudice and Intolerance of
t teE some of the people living In the
midst of such natural beauty. 3 HITSRETURN

Next week I will finish telling
you about our trip and an Inter-
esting editorial I saw In a Mobile \ -
Ala. paper until then, remember -
9. N ,ve rrE. EN4t
that whether we walk
or ride along freedom's road, we
are nearing our goal of democ
/ :4 1 1ae' racy' for all Americans. .
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,, ;R t:;T= CII' .MAScOpe Y'
THERESA REDDEN .
Jly .:' : COLOR by .DE LUXE ::

: What price did you pay for life
I IIz Or rather why' are'' you living?

Have you not tasted the bitter Shown at 9:00
strife
That the Black Man has been
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given "" """"''''''',.",. ,.'''''' """,+ \'

Have you .stood up bravely' and 0 SUrprise ctstl Surprit storyl f rte*| ekaft com I ,
spoke your pieceSo
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H N heard? 'fc S ,
MnzmYNOft NOEL WWW
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Or did you Just say-"It soon will \' ,"
i r 1 cease," ,S "SURPRISE PACKAGE"
Then sat down without a word?

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Did you hang your head In Borrow CRfI1M M WIRY KURPNR I w.....oa Nrr woMw 1___iMM,...STANLEY OONEN I
?
Did you hold your tongue fa fear? '
Think you then t'wJll end tomorrow Shown at 11:00
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Hji I Dottie the female half of the
Lovely Dudley, When tomorrow's never near?
swinging duo of Dottie and Mop now appearing at the COLUMBIA n NO Olt!'!tnINO5
Mi Club' Lounge. Dottie is the mistress of the organ and Just look at your hands all PI.PICTURES.. ilJW' t'e'' IN WARSOW TOMMWIShown

Mop plays a real sweet trumpet. Just calloused look at !your sweaty face '1'0 draAL ... I

_.. ._ _._ It fills not heart with W4It8OW' I. I
------------------- --------- ------------ your
malice
This Injustice of your race? _PHIL CAREY h TECHNICOLOR.
ALONG FREEDOM'S ROAD
I. The years are marching swiftly
With 'an accent placed on time *t 7:37
By RUTH PERRYMr. It you use your time not wisely
'
= = r'ls the same as any crime. ., I I
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Perry and I have recently J.I.YISO: FLORIDA Stand up Black Man and fleht- STARTS SUNDAY
torus
returned from a motor tripto As we neared the border of Then all the world will Bay
New Orleans, La. Although Florida, we passed great masses "Freedom will always be a must 3 HITSA
the weather was warm, It"was of 'pine trees, standing''tall and It the Black Man has his way."
at no time too uncomfortable riven. In the hot midday sun'; riotous, happy time
We took route 27 through And we could not doubt that we 'V -
up when four U.S. sailors take
Florida to Tallahassee, then were in the South, because that
west to the Gulf Coast. hot, resinous sme'l of pine treeson RITZ; r over a geisha house !
Is ,
a warm summer day a peculiar
OUR SOUTH IS IlKAUXTFUL characteristic of this region
It was our first trip along THEATRE ';
I have said before" In this the Gulf Coast, and It Is truly a ? j
column that I live the South beautiful drive, red clay and hot NOW SHOWING COLUMB TURFS !'

the climate: the ocean, the land' weather: notwithstanding. As we A WILLIAM GOETia
scape, the tree,, fruits and vegetables approached the Alabama border, "BY LOVEPOSSESSED" a PRODUCTION E""
growing in the earth, and there was road building In pro
the animal, luliabitatlng the gress, and it was quite a sightto .' i'i .id wb
farmlands and forests.. see sections of hills, banks IS I
With Lana Turner
and unfinished stretches of road
The birds of the South are especially
cut out of the orange-red : Kfrcintmballst Jr. sf f
c'I1y. i t t I I I
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beautiful, I think, and Itarbara Hell CteddenHr
on a trip! .:uch as we recently As we crossed the Alabama
took, one sees all kinds in abun border there was a huge sign ,ns BHIBIHHBBBBHHHIDrive 0
dance. There is onCy one fault- welcoming us to Alabama, and poltHAPP!!
the prejudice of some Southerners signed by Governor Patterson, I Carefully
; and it is only when this .*,'.* JAMES SHIQETAMO
TH fVMUWll S'HKl nott"MTOMMTAKA .4
prejudice and bigotry come Into
the picture that the natural ; ,,, rtMliK MIYOSHIOM UMEKI\
sm _. IRVING 6RECNER/.rtra..wwawtcwnt
beauty and resources of the w
South and become clouded *GEORGE MARSHALL
suffer Excursion To NASSAU !
over in a haze of intoleranceand
Shown at 9:05
racial hatred. The South, I
with her varied landscapes and
FOR I
fertlJe' fields\ and forests is
beautiful. hut all the citizens of
the South should enjoy this August 1st Emancipation Day I THE NEVER BEFORE SHOWN TRUTHABOUMlTLER'S.RElCH
beauty in equal measure with
full privileges as rightfully !
theirs, and this is the sharp con Celebration I
trast, the dilemna and the problem r F rA \ Filmed By
that we are trying to solve 'Go to Nassau this summer. Our big excursion leaving The NazisThemselves

today, Miami July 31st by Pan American, British Overseas !

Driving through Florida once and Cunard Eagle Airways. This tour gives you (3)

more, from the bottom of the I glorious days and ((3) gala nights in this tropical .c
state on to the top, and then ME! PP
across westward, Ae were again paradise. This promises to be the trip of the year. 'H

Impressed with the many facesof Come to Nassau on this $125 package tour that will

Florida. First we passed be sold to you at the low, low price of only t TERRIFYING TRUE STORY OF I HITLER'S REICH!
through the more familiar flat,
marshy ;and' around Miami; thenon $75 Round Trip from MiamiThis Shown at 10:55

through the sugar cane dis- gives you your hotel accomodations for 3 days
trict around Clewlston, gradurjly -
seeing more and more cattle and 3 nights with breakfast. A $15 deposit will hold
grazing country; going further your reservation until July 20. ACT NOW! Reserva- OflIGNLM4E fBR Sr >> ,

north Into hidden country, tions are coming in daily and we expect this tour LARRYs d CURLY VV

watching the orange and seeing groves the begin will be a sellout. For information and reservationscall *

fresh to water appear lakes start to dot YUkon 9-7724 or write 3999, Hallandale Beach .t@1bl11)LCOKII) ) u GR i!

the landscape, and then lookingat Blvd., West Hollywood, Fla. MSS
changing terrain the lumbering \\\
districts and forests of Your host and public relations representative, rwJqllN 1 JJiH MARQU\S\

upper Florida. It takes a long James Cooper Jr., Mgr. for Goodwill Tours
time to get out of Florida" bycar _I A HARRY ROMM PRODUCTION COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE 1wr
Patrick Hotel Owner
and there! is something dif Charles ,
ferent to flee almost every mile Goodwill Tours representative for the Delray and Shown at 7:37T
or BO. Floridians surely) live In Boynton Beach areas
V.:' wonderfully: naturally-endow ,
.ed part of the United States. .. ," ". I ,'-!:..,-\'1'J: '" ..., ,\.'1'j ., .1'f,," 1'" ," 'I -,' .." ,./ r'I"1J !'/ '.






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SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 PAGE 9
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SPORTS WORLD OVER I All signs designating segregated

rest rooms in the Miami City
By LEO B. ARMBRISTER Hall at Dinner Key have been
removed,
o CI 0000 O a O ceo 1:1: GOO ..a 0 C4.4'.h
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\ a Officials said today that signs
NEGRO BALL PLAYERS KEEP I' reading "white men" and "whitewomen"
TEAMS UP FRONT
I
were changed early this

It Is commendable to note the 9 '- week to "men" and 'women."
:
strides to stardom Negro ballplayers Bon22(); iJ. Hagan 216.
have made In t.Jngh'l individual 3-game set: It was the last step in a seriesof
baseball: since Branch organized Rickey i Darden Baker 554; Earl Edge gradual changes made over
had the flreslght Ingenuity and 5"37?: Robert Jackson 527. the past few months. '

guts to Insert Jackie Robinson I Five top men averages: Eddie Downstairs rest robins previously
In the lineup.Subsequently. I. Thorpe 165; James Mitch-urn designated "colored" were
baseball has en i 160; Dennis Peak 159T: Dobert changed several months ago.
Joyed some of its brightest, sea Jackson 158; J. Hagan 166. Property Manager C. Y. Yelver-
sons; stellar performances, by ton said. At about the same
Negro players have filled the Five top women averages\ time, "colored" and "white"
pages of the record books; hun- Kathy Rockwell 149; Bessy signs were removed from the
dreds of diamond feats have Rlchbury 132; Mary Mayo 121; water fountains.
thrilled millions.of spectators, E. Moss 119|,' M. Edgecomb 116.

and so the mythical bubble that __________ ____ ___ Assistant City Manager ",.Rob
Negroes and Whites could ert Laytou&said: he ordered'thefinal
not
be a team i great team was Sweeting Heads Richard Hamilton, son of Mr. change made this week be-
bust. and Mrs. Charlie Hamilton of cause the'remaining signs
N. Miami Beach La Feria, Texas and nephew of "didn't realy mean anything.
Every baseball team that has Shriners Again Mrs. Rosa Lee Mobley of Miami We've had no rest rooms designated
had a taste of fame In the last Club NotesOn recently graduated from La 'colored' for some time."
decade -------------
was auxlllarled by Negroes Feria High School.
; and their outstanding Saturday night June 17 Richard was the only Negroin
qualifications as an asset to the school to graduate from
the North Miami Beach Civic Your Congenial Host
their teams this While attending La
are currently being year.
Club held an old fashion fish fry
shown on teams he participated in football and
that are jockey-
on the lawn of Mrs. Henry CLYDE KILLENS
Ing for choir and member tit
position track
In both leagues Crawford 1620 NE 152nd Terr. a <
in this '61 season. the Mass Valley choir and all
An enjoyable evening was spent
The National League Is look. : : by all. district track team and Letter.-. Proudly PresentsA
ing up at the Cincinnati Reds man Club. Presenting him his

and the Reds are Jo klnc.; to The club,, held its regular, diplomats! .Ralph C. -Brooks'president : .. SPECIAL gj
:to Vada Pinson aadJlh'iank Robinson -, ittdeting ,Tuesday, June 20"ttl 6f the'school board.
i
for their torrid'' playing.The the home of Mrs. W. R Craw 4th of JULYATTRACTION

Dodgers and Giants who ford. The meeting was called(
are In hot pursuit of the Reds to order by the president, Mrs. served.
are depending on their Negro h Castel ow. I The hostess was warmly
stars to shine and how them After a very successful business thanked ,by Mrs. Henry Craw I An Old FashionBreakfast
the way to victory.In soalon refrehments were ford for wonderful evening.

theAmerican League the ; Dance
j'
phenominal White Sox In makingIts I
record breaking 'run from AndMidnite

the cellar; winning 12 straights .
and moving into contention in Ramble
the first division has been pro-
pealed by the hefty bats of Al AT KNIGHT BEAT
Smith and Minnie MJnoso. P
Baseball is now the nation's .it'.......:...--- i$ ',a ir CLUB

pastime and the players are Kazah Temple No. 149, Ancient .

Americans, whether their skins Egyptian Arabic Order Starting 11:30 p.m. Mon.

be dark or light. Noble Mystic Shrine of North % July 3, running until 5 a.m.

NATIONAL LEAGUE and South America and its Jurisdiction .
EXPANSION MAY CANCEL Inc., he'd its annual : : Tues., July 4
ALL-STAR GAMES Mectlon on June 27. Noble
Featuring
Samuel l Sweeting was re-elected >
The National League Is benefiting Potentate for his second term a P_
from the-expansion of'the Noble Ezekiel WaL'aco, chief Wynonie Harris

American League In its own ex Rahan;. Noble not ert M. Wilcox, Plus AII-Star Show
pansion program which will see :assistant; Noble John S. Williams
them field ten-teams in '62. recorder; Noble John Admission $1.00
The two new team will give Taylor! treasurer; Noble Benjamin -
Houston a major eague and Ole R. Clark, High Priest and 1 _; TABLES FREE
New York will again wave the Prophet; Noble David Nealy, I Io Iv
banner of the National League. oriental guide.

Although the National League ....
The Nobles are presenting a '- .,
wllF try to have
a more maneuverable J
bang bang pre-Fourth of July
schedule than the one Hully Gully Ball at the Fiesta ,
the American is
struggling with Ballroom Monday, July 3 from '' '.;:
a 6
at present; it is believed that
10 until Come out and
p.m.
the All-Star games may have to have fun. n
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be dropped because of the I
schedule shuffle.
p.
YOUNG GOLFERS SHOULD ,
EYE PRO BANKS :.t

With all the golfing facilities r- Held Over by Popular Demand 1460 N.W. 44th St.

being laid to our disposal, it Is JI',
the right time now that we lookat .; $395 Down $75 Mo.
this sport with more of a ." r At KNIGHT SEA
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professional, look. ...r. ... --, Beautiful custom built 2-
Charlie' Sifford is alone in the .
bedroom CDS| large Florida

cannot ranks of carry the pros the and load obviously for all room, carport, kitchen
Harris
Negroes on his shoulder much !L Wynonie equipped, tile roof, oak

longer.In .'.; ........ ... floors, 1 FHA mortgage.
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many sports Negroes are at __
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the top of the list in salaries \ "MR. BLUES"
and should soon be making a way .
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to fame and fortune in golf. Crowd-pleaaing vocalist and entertainer, who is being

LOCAL GOLFERS LOOKINGTO held over by popular demand at Clyde Killens' Knight No Closing Costs

JAX TOURNEY. Beat Club tonight, tomorrow and Sunday, June 30, July $395 Down $75 Mo.

Interest in the .JacksonvilleGate a 1 and 2.Admillion.

City Open Golf Tournament. Large bedroom CBS beAutiful
Ls reaching up high in local 'r, Friday and Sunday $1.00-SAturday $1,25 Florida enclosed
circles. room,

The Par and Birdie 1 refrigerator
Club is i xKNIGHT garage, ,

panning strong __representation, stove, tile roof, oak floors.
wun Have ana Mayme Bondu, BEAT'S MGR. To this home is
see to buy
Charles Miller, Ernest Hayes NEW SHIP SERVICE
and others sharpening their Clyde Killena it.

game for the competition.This BIMINI EXPRESS .
the &-A ---= -x- :
tournament can do muchto Popular manager of Knight
get the golfers of the state Rent Club, NW Oth St. and OrdAvf (48 passenger capacity) South of 54th St.
together and consolidate their "., who continues to pack 'em TO BIMINI
efforts behind any promising In at all of his attractions.
golfer, who has the ability to $345 Down $73 Mo.
Killens whose favorite Is
make the grade In big time. ROUND TRIP $15.50
holding a glass an ahown, when
activities at his club, Gorgeous 2-bedroom CBS,
STANDINGS OF MIXED directing
HOWLING LEAGUE always boast of top class enter ((2 hours each way) carporte, large screened

talnment at popular price Ills porch tile roof oak floors
LEAVES MIAMI 8 A.M. DAILY ,
1. Kathy Sunday matinee show, which
2. EAL Golden Falcon kicks oft at 4 pan every Sundayand (Hxcej Monday) 1 FHA mortgage.

L 3. Cecil's Radio-TV run until 0, Li Immediately LEAVES BIMINI 2:30 p.m. DAILY .. eWe -- .
4. Zipha Bryant followed by his Sunday night (Except Sunday) --
5. Royal Drive Inn how. Other attraction are t have over 500 homes
6. Spare Masters Monday night fight nights Tne> Secure tickets and reservations at to select from. Call dayor
us
T. Karlllion Beauty Salon day night Amateur niter; Thursday NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAU
I. Metropolitan Dry Cleaners nit, Ladle nice, and Friday night.
9. EAL Silver Falcon and Saturday, show time. FR 9-8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue
10. Earl Edge There' never a dull moment at CIIARLK8 NORTH, MANAGER PL 7-845 283 NW 79th St.

High individual game: Leo Clyde KllleiM Knight Itaat Club, I . .
Armbrister, 227; Robert Jack- where you are always welcome. i ;_ r.., _. .. .. ''- '.' ', : ".e'" ," ", ", :JLOOKING



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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
School Patrol Take .
PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961

Nassau Cruise I ; '

Rainbow Park Elementary
sed and exemplified a keen interest way.
school of Opa Locka sent 21
in building the friendship
members of the patrol on their between the youngsters of Miami Those making the trip Included -
annual cruise to Nassau June 16, :
and Nassau told of the hopes '
on the luxury cruise ship Baha
/ ma Star. and ambitions of the Nassau Mrs. Delores Perez, Larry
youngsters to visit Miami in a Wade, Lewis Tyler, Elbert John
The group was met by Mrs. group and mentioned that they son, Bruce Major, Dwight Tay-
Mildred Sawyer, teacher at Eastern
are working in that direction. son, Arthur Edwards, Bary Shel-
Senior School, head of the :
man, Winifred 'Sand, Debora
Eastern Girl Guide Troop, along Members of the bost group Bass, Dean Tyler, Anna J. Stevenson
with more than 40 of her enquired about Mrs. Bernice Danielle Soils, Coretha
Guides and troop leaders. Johnson and the Dethune Elementary Best, Josephine Holloway, oyce
The Nassau contingent of patrols who was absent Tanksley, Patricia Shellman,
youngsters, boys and girls, came this year and asked that their Florence Battle, Ann Bass, EJ- e-e- i> !' i 2@
aboard the ship and extended greetings be extended to them. lenna Ervin, Patricia Johnson
cordial greetings to the visitors Bethune patrols were the first and Rhonda Thomas. PEOPLES DRUG STORE BARBECUEAND
and volunteered as escorts to group to initiate the trip. Chap
show their Miami friends the eroning the patrol was Herbert All arrangements for the tour LUNCHEONETTE
places of interest in Nassau. I Day, Mrs. Martha Dan Willie were made through the North's'
Mrs. Sawyer, who has expres- Nelson and Mrs. Florence Hollo- Travel Bureau 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874

. Photo above: Patrols and seabathers. Below, Nassau hostesses. I Drug Store Bar-B-Que

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IN AND AROUND YMCA Executive Puts SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 PAGE 11 I


THE BAHAMAS
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of Franklin D, "Uncle" Ross.
.....:......................................... Stress on Outdoor Life The assistant director will be

A civic minded group, of citizens Bob( M. Mox'ey! a graduate of
at West End, Grand Ba Florida State University with
best in -
"Boys develop a proper
hama is working hard to erect a seven years of camp experience. \
environmentseparated -
summer Waterfront director is A E."Sonny" .
community center for the child "
Fellowship and ties. This
from family ,
Overton, and head
ren. The center is to be locatedon
was the advice given by an ex
counselor is Jefford Smith, who
a five-acre tract at the Cross
Roads. A formal dinner dance Social TeaThe pert on youth programming. Ina has served in that capacity at
.
statement made on early camp '.,'.
camp for a number of
years.
was given recently in the Abaco
Room of the Grand Bahama Pulpit Aid Club of Mt. planning, Moses L. Perry, execu Other jsaff will consist of a nurse,
Zion Baptist Church is sponsoring the of the Carver Branch, dietician, counselors and other
Hotel to raise funds for this pro
YMCA expressed the view that
ject. Approximately $3,000 was a beautiful Fellowship and swimming and program experts.
taken. The goal is $10,000.The Social Tea at the home of Dea a I there are certain I
con and Mr. Robert J. Nelson Jr., essential The week of camp is scheduledfor

construction ,business has of Liberty City on Sunday, June [things parents August 26 through Septem STANLEY SWEETING
d '
25. 'and relatives 2. Complete information and a
fa;'len oft nearly $2,800,000from J t ,. II just cannot give camp folder wl.l be mailed upun says
five
the first
what It was Mrs. make to the YMCA
Mamie Gill will request by writing
children
their "I Can Do Anything"Typing
months of last year. During the the key remarks. Mrs. Georgia* ,"Resident YMCA 6770 NW 15th ave., or by calling

same period last year Issued.B65 building This McMahon Ls president and Rev.' Camp, which begins the camp office, OX 60231. Letter Writing
permits were Edward T. Graham, pastor. j I News
Advertising
the figure Ls 471. Most of August 26, Writing -
year There will be
from I
guests
Issued for supplies many' "######## #'##" #" '# '#' Income Tax Public
the permits were Brownsville Baptist Church,' .. needs"he Notary
these
smaller homes. Grace Presbyterian and St. John of declared. The I Meet Your Friends at Public Relations
Baptist Church. M Promotions
Bernice of Red Lion "Y" executive further stated that Employment'Distribution

Bar Corner was dead on arrivalat i the boys, attending a YMCA LITTLE CAL'S
the Princess Margaret Hos Residential Camp derive practical or any kind of }
pital on the night of June 6. and spiritual values that 2955 N. W. 54th St.
r S SBC
The 26-year-old woman who was cannot be duplicated in any Public Service
taken to the hospital by Welt other way." o

lington Burrows, a taxi driver f . "At the YMC/ Lake Placid SWEETING LAMAR
died from unknown causes. A Camp, camping I it, a back-to.nature Cold Beer and Wine and associates
post mortem was conducted but experience designed specifically 1128 NW 3rd Ave.
the report has not been releaed. :! for the young boy and di- Hot Sandwiches
The police are making investi rected at his Interest and needs." FR. 9-4961
gation. She was a waitress at the M ilr}r M I It IIAIIOLD YOUNQI1LOOD, Prop. (Modern Theatre Dldg,)
"The mere fact that a young-
Horse Shoe Restaurant.
1 ster is more than 100 miles ,#,#" ####'#" '##.,'###,"
who social
Everyone pays security
Vincent L. Ferguson, son of I taxes should check his away from home also helps
Mrs. Maude Saunders of Coco social security account regular start him on the road to"Independence -':
nut Grove Nassau, graduated ly. People who don't someUme.sfind. and self-reliance. Perry I
with the B. A. degree from St.Anaelm's ,, too late, that some of their added. "The reason? Simplicity It's Never too late to have
College, Manchester, word: hasn't been reported cor- itself. The young camper enjoys
N.H., on June 8. A major in rectly or hasn't been reported at activity and acting on his own.
for three solid and sensible
English, Ferguson graduatedfrom all. In many cases the record reasons Graduation PicturesMADE
St. Augustine's College, can't ,be corrected 'because the :
Fox Hill, before he went abroadin time limit; for corrections has 1. lie lives out of doors in sur-
1957. He was slgsed to a run out. lu. other cases the employer roundings that naturally fascinate
professional contract this ,springby has moved away or died every boy. The best kind of doing AT
the Milwaukee Braves and his records are not available.To learning come when Interest r

is high. JOHNSON OF MIAMIWe
Arnold Dean, son of Mr. and prevent this, a worker 2. lie lives with children his I
Mrs. Jack 13. Dean of Market St. should check his account once own age on around-the.clock ba ;

has graduated from Oakwood every three years. Any errors I sis. Status depends on helpingrun have caps and gowns for' kindergarten and high
College Huntsville, Ala., with a can be corrected and benefits camp affairs, and pitching
BSc. He majored !in mathematicsand paid at retirement, disability or in to do one's share school, with all the schools colors
physics. He was president of death will be the highest 3. He lives in a world where
the senior class and won the cultural possible amount.A character, not competition is Im COME IN ANYTIME
award for contributions In
portant.
available: at ,
music, writing and teaching. He card form is Perry, who is a veterun
attended the Bahamas Seventh any social security office for at 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 7-2294 t
account. A worker camp direction himself, an-
Day Adventist Academy before checking your nounces that the interracialstaff
leaving Nassau. Mr. Dean will who sends to the social secur will be under the direction' : :ow >- : = (.
which it !Is
ity home office to
enter Boston University in Sep
tember. pre-addressed will pet, in return, --- J.e.: --"'-.. 'P ."' _.._ ... I':! _.....- ., L.L ,,.._ ., _..>T-i O rfft ill)flf- It
a statement of his last three
credits In addition, a new
Ezra Newbold fatally, 17 Injured, of Panza in a booklet years' printed especially for For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
Corner was
his -
who checks account
the worker
traffic accident on Blue Hill Rd.,
June 5. The ,boy was walking will be Included. This i
yI
booklet explains how social security
when he was hit by a car drivenby records are kept and how BONDED

Hayward Borbes. to read the statement. It also

tells what payments are made,
.
Twenty nine Bahamians were how much the payments are, the
awarded the Queen's Certificateand needed and
amount of work '
Badge of Honor on the where the money comes from to a r
Queen's birthday. The list in ,benefits COLLECTION
pay 1
eludes persons on most of the
Out Islands as well as the city,
who have served as Justices of Job Opportunities _

the Peace or aj community lead _
ore Greeter Miami Urban League,
n 805 NW Flnrt St., II. Allen AGENCY Inc.
Wheatley Jr., vocational services
Seven Week of secretary Phone FR 1-0470.' n

"Adventure in The Arts" Girl Scout Camp Married Coupleas R'4.J;

Beginning June 17 Walters Caretakers.- Experienced The largest collection and rental 4 _

Fine Art Conservatory Treatment Typist-Clerk Plant Operator agency in the South; operating in

(Carver YMCA) Steam Plant Operator l t
Engineering Office Mgr. Dade and Broward Counties'Negro

Call OX 6-0231 or job basis)

FR 4.7053 Construction Equipment Housing areas
Operator L. L. BROOKS, President
R Salesmen-needed Immediately
MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDAPAGE IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn I ;j:

Watch For
12 SATURDAY, JULY 1> 1961 loving memory of our dear loving memory of

son and WALTER brother, WILSONwho MRS. CARROL BRYANTwho SYMONETTE: Play '''Boy MatVe' "D"

departed this life July 4, departed this life on June
I CARDSMEMORIALSCARD 1958. 29, 1960."Asleep \I:- -
You are not forgotten loved one In Jesus; far from thee
.. Nor will you ever be Thy kindred and their graves,
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As long as life and memory last may be}
OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe We. will remember thee. Dut there Is still a 'blessed sleep FOR, SALEOR
Jack Witeon, father From which none ever wakes to
family of the late family of the late Mrs. Claudia Wilson, mother weep." TRADE
MRS. BERTHA STALEY PHILLIP CURTISSCANTLEBURY Haywood Wilson, brother Mrs. Willis SymonetteAnd

takes this method of expressing *- Mrs. Laura Jones, sister Family kIN .*..1.* Your home or lot
1 heartfelt thanks and sincere takes this method of thankingall For a brand new home .
gratitude to the many friends of those who rendered their IN MEMORIAMIn MEMORIAM i
who came to its rescue duringIts services in so many ways to Mr. .

hours of sorrow. Special Scantlebury!: during his illnes at loving memory of our loved In sad, tout/ loving memory of
Para Villa Heights and at Jack- 1260 N.W. 55th St. .
thanks to the Rev. D. A. Brad one, our dear mother, ;
ley and the House of Albert for son Memorial Hospital, as wellas MR. TILL KEY MARY WEMYSS 1437 N.W. 56th St
their very fine service. Again,. those who were so kind during who departed this life July 4, who departed this life, June 29,
thanks to everyone for everything its bereavement followinghis 1959. 1957, in Nassau, Bahamas. 839 N.W. 56th St.3bedroom .

May God bless each and parsing. Now the labourer's. task is o'er "Friends may think we have
everyone of you. Words are inadequate to express Now the Battle day is past forgotten, 2 baths
L. B. Kirk, daughter the gratitude that It feels Now upon the farther shore When at times they see us smile Garage, Florida room
Corrine Jones. daughter toward the people of Miami and Lands the voyager at last. But they little know the achingof .
Alice Bass, daughter vicinity. May God bless each and Father in Thy gracious keeping i our hearts." See Sunday 2-6 p.m.
Willie B, Robertson, son everyone and crown their labors Leave us now thy servant sleepIng Sadly missed' 'by children
with success. Rosa Wallace, daughter Harmar, Inc. MO 5.3592
CARD OF THANKSThe Special thanks to the nursesat Mrs. Nettie Key and Family Olivia W. Bullard, .laughter

Para Villa Heights, the M. S. Grace Miller, daughter
family of the late, IN MEMORIAMIn Vera M. Monroe, daughter
Aaen Funeral Home, Canon
Joseph Wemyss, sonlIewltte'
Charles F. Cooper, and the choir
and members of St. Peter's A sad but loving memory of Monroe, eon

0. Cathedral and many otherstoo my husband and our brother,
numerous to mention FRANK PERKINSwho IN MEMORIAMIn
Mrs. Rosa LouiseScantlebury departed this life June 22,
wife 1960 at Key West. sad 'but loving memory of
Clyde Reid, nephewMrs. Sunset and evening star :our father, !brother and grandfather
Ena Williams, And one clear call for me, ,

M sister-in-law And may there be no moaning ._--...,. _'-'!'r'2 c{

Ivan Parker, nephew of ,j i'4.ofWhen... tbe.._' .bar h ...-_"'I- ........ ..."6L7." X
Mrs. ScantleburyrMrs. I I put out to sea.
Medora Brown and For tho' from out our bourneof
Mrs. Pearl Richardson, all time and place
from New York and Brooklyn The flood may bear me farI
hope to see my pilot face to
,IIfVJ' face
J' CARD OF THANKS When I have crossed the bar I -
Perkins wife t t STRAIGHTENYOUR
Mrs. Gladys ,
The family of the late
I And Family
J'y HAIRat i

IN MEMORIAMIn

HOME In one quick,
sad but loving memory of
our dear husband and father, EASY APPLICATIONYou
q"4t
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can ,
MRS ALICE WEST FORD k looking, straight hair the safe,
take this method to express our easy SILKY STRATE way. Do
sincere gratitude for the many it yourself at home and saver .
card" telegrams, floral pieces time and money. The easy-to-.
and ail other kind expressions A follow directions assure profess
shown us during our bereave- .
slonal-like results. Your hair-

ment. : 1 '.' stays straight for months .
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-- lets comb dress
4 Special thanks to the pastor you or style- .
and members' of the St. John JEFF BRIDGESwho your hair any way you wish .
Baptist Church, also special died on July 1, 1959. will not go back even when wet.
thanks to the No. 3 Pallbearers For God has marked each sor-
and the entire Pallbear "J FOR WOMEN and Chlldrtni Gentle
Society I
rowing
a day, Strength for long,tine hair.
ers family. And numbered secret
every
The Blake, Colcbrook and !r I tear FOR MEN Regular Strength for.hort.;
Ford Family And heavn's long age of bliss coarse hair.MONEY.BACK.
: shall pay

CARD OF THANKSThe l' For here.all' His children suffer SILKY

family of the late MRS RHODA COX Mrs. Inez K. Williams, IzI'Qw?
daughter
wish to thank our many friends Mrs Eula
M. Williams, sister
and neighbors for their acts of Mrs. Juel Bruce, +
kindness and services rendered
grand daughter p 4r? RV
during our hour of bereavement,
Theresa
Anthony, Gene,
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Marva Holllngsworth, Dght. -I Timmy, great grandchildren
Herman Rolle, cousin HENRY HAZELHURSTwho Walter and Clifford
And other relativesExpression died July 3, 1960. Bridges, brothers
Gone, but not forgotten.
of ThanksThe Rosa Lee Hazelhurst, wife
And Six Children MIAMI TIMES ADS

family of the late Mrs. DON'T
COST THEY PAY GUARANTEEIn
Lelar Lemon of Albany, Ga., who IN MEMORIAMIn I II every package
died June 6 wish to thank all
who were so kind and nice In loving of dear I
memory our BK HBaUB BaHnBH>BmBHBHaBBagaHBBai M
their hour of bereavement. wife, mother and grandmother,

Edward Special T. thanks Graham to of the Mt. Zion Rey. lily Your Home !
ISee
Rev.Baptist and Church Mrs. ,Emory Choir Jackson No.2,, I ,''''. -" ..'' ,, '" ... ";":I',,,", Today

Antlers Temple Daughters No. ri,.' .'
39, Camp No 37 of American / ...... .J/I these Ford Real Estate Specials
Woodmen, the officers of the
police department and so many Drive by, then come to our office!
others.
Thanks also for the many 1019 N.W. 49th St.450 Down ((3 bedrooms)
cards, telegrams and flowers.
MISS LORENA ASHB Mrs. Frankle Mae Dunn 1757 N.W. 52nd St.300 Down $62.82 Month
who died on June 9, and was laid .Mr. Jesse L. Nash
to rest on June 17, take this 2997 N.W. 64th St.300 Down $59.02 Month
method of expressing thanks and at aw

appreciation to its many friendsfor IN MEMORIAMIn 1023 N.W. 46th St.-$350 Down $67.95 Month
kindnesses shown during Its
hours of bereavement. Thanksfor sad but loving memory of 1821 ''N.W. 49th St.-$250 Down $68.71 Month
our loved one,
your cards, letters, telegrams,
flowers, cars and all other gestures GEORGE WILSON JOHNSONwho 1165 N.W. 47th Terr.-$450' Down ((3 bedrooms)
of sympathy. Special departed this life July 3,
thanks to Fr. Theodore R. Gibson 1960 in Key West. .
the Bain's Funeral Home One year we missed a step we
and the Miami Master Sinters loved-a; voice, a smile so loved 0 We have over 300 other
by us all, meant more. than pen
Again, thank to everyone for could write or tongue can ever ,. A We will take your lot or old house in on a trade
everything.The. tell. Sleep on dear one and take ... .. for a new one
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Ache Family your rest.
Augusta Johnson, wife MS. MARY E. SEYMOURwho O We are open Saturday and Sunday!
Eugenia J. Hepburn, departed this life June 30,
IN MEMORIAMIn daughter 1959.

Hilda Perpal, daughter Gone, but not forgotten. .
sad but loving memory of Rebecca J. Gibson, sister Dearest mother, thou hast leftus

my dear husband, Wilson, Richard, Robert, ,
ROBERT LAMBERT Williams, sons Here thy loss we deeply feel; FORD REALTY .
:who departed this life June 30, Lewis H. Johnson Sr. Bro. But' tie God that has bereft us, Inc.
1957. .Grandchildren ., He can all our sorrows heal. ,
'
Gone, but not forgotten. Maybe M C. Seymour, husband
5524
rest in peace P Seymour, son N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559

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DEATHS 'Mrs. Mary Ja'cksori, ifl66 w SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 PAGE 13 i

108th Ave., Truman. City died 1082 N.W. 47th Terr.

... June 22. Services were held $350 DOWN
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Thursday at "The Church" with MONTH2bedfoom ,., }.
$82.
&
Rev. Robinson!!
officiating. She
Francis . .'' '
la 'survived by three brothers CB$ p

Barbaro Garcia Valds of 1313 Joseph a sister, Floyd. and Richard Hall., Carportc, fence, awftirlgi I ,

NW' 8th Ave., died June 21. Services ; __ I :.a
,
,were in the chapel on Saturday .

June 24. Survivors Include 1101 N.W. 55th St. I
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II
his 'wife and mother of I
Havana, Cuba. $690 DOWN

Payments less tan rent. 2- ,
SugarJonesrot :
B193 NW 27th bedroom CBS with enclosed
6.te'1 died June 27., Services will
be July. 1, 2:36: p.m.. in the garage, awnings, large corner

chapBl. The body: will be.on view lot. ,.
in the chapel Friday afternoon FOR RENT FOIl SALE OR RENT
Survivors Include his wife
Evelyn
a sister, Mrs.. Irene Davisof THREE.BEDROOM CBS, new, at
F rsythe., Ga., two sfsters-lnl MANOR PARK POOL LOWEST RENT in town 1 and 1841 NW 62nd Terr. I. Gordon.MO .
2 bedroom Adults only $7
l law, Mrs. Bessie dr ffith AREA Apts. 5-6870
/ and
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week and up. 3200 NW 47th At.
Mrs. Julia P.. Jacobs, a brother- $850 Down indf
in-law, James Dixon. nIDGI WAY NURSERYAnd
$85 A MONTH Kindergarten summer school
BEAUTIFUL 2-bedroom In
Charles V. Tisby of 1136 NW ,.2-badroom CBS, enclosed Opa Locka area. Low rent.apt indf opens Monday, July 3. Half day
5th ave., died June 27. Funeral or all day. Hot meals and trans
garage, near Grandwayand
arrangements portatlon. PL 82062.
are incomplete,
APARTMENT. One bedroom
,
pool. See
today.
Survivors include his wife, Eve
4190 NW 32nd ave. Indf
lyn, a daughter, Totta; three We arrange financing Help Wanted
uncltes, Matthew Hamilton
and
ROOM for respectable couple' in
Thomas Hamilton of New York TRIO REALTY new home. PL 17718. ATTENTION! Sub contractors
and Arthur Small of Opa LbckA.Theophllus1 .
I from ground to roof. Please InQuire *
....-...- 801 N.W. 54th St. FURNISHED Efficiency Private 9201 NW 27th ave. to.
146
Sands Oak
of
Ave DOA Wilford Holland, 1801 NW NE 5-8745 PL 9-8372 entrance. Light and water free. give estimate Statewide build
was at Jackson hose .
65th St., died June 24 in Magnolia PL 84273. ers. See Mrs. Watkins or Mr.
pital June 28. Arrangements
are
Virgin Jull
IbConi1>lete; Survivors General Hospital. Services
Include will be held Saturday at 11 a.m. -I ,$8.50 WEEKLY UP. Beautiful
five daughters hirer Vernacha Salesman
: ;
Dawson at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church. rooms, largest, newest hotel in ; no llc nse frreqnlr d?
Mrs. Sarah Rowland, I I the South. Hot water Northern Building or Real Estate
Mrs. Mr. Holland Is survived by hi* in every i
Mackey Lucy and Wooten Mrs. Miriam, Mrs. Bonaparte Ellen mother, Mrs. Jessie Holland, a Open Sunday 2 to 6 p.m. room Cpme! 50 NW 8th St. FR OX 18932.experience preferred. Call
son, Bernard daughter 39417.
a Sandra
three; sons, Aaron, William
a sister SEE THESE BEAUTIFUL
Dorothy Holland
and Alfred, a sister, Mrs. APARTMENT. Two bedrooms, DANCE TEACHER (inexperienced

Sarah Sands, 21 grandchildren. AJ3C Robert Montgomery, 6723 HOMES 4190 NW 32nd ave. indf P. O,. Box 1421, Miami.
NEW N.W. AREA
NW 24th Beach, Ha. J8 '
Ave. and son of Mr.
I and Mrs. Bennie Lee Montgomery 1063 N.W. 75th St. HOUSE Newly painted, tile
died as a result of drowningat bath, fruit trees, nice yard, good FOR SALE
Fort Peck, Montana June 25. Open 2.6 p.m. location $16 a week. 5520 NW

Services will be held Monday at Stop looking, see this CBS 7th court. Open House Friday evening.

3 p.m. in St. Paul AME Church. 3 bedroom, 2 bath home, Moving. Desk and chair, corner h
Ele is survived by his parents, BB2. Hardwood floors tile FURRISHED.. Private efficiencyapt. cabinet, chest drawers, lamp,
two sisters, Lottie Mae and roof In the heart of Edison glass top small table and mirror,
Sheila Montgomery; two broth- beautifully' landscape shopping center. Free light, gas, 2 washing machines. All cheap,
era Henry and Bennie Lee Jr., ed. One mortgage, low water and phone. Also parkingfor and other items. 1044 NW 64thSt.
I Mrs. Money! McDonald and Mrs. 'down payment. your car. 6500 NW 8th ave. .
I Sarah Mordica; five aunts two Adults only. PL 80792.
I uncles. rUE MOST Beautiful home in
FURNISHED Efficiency. Free Drown Sub. New. 3011 NW Und
William F Lomas, 1831 NW 7605 N.W. 11th Ave. gas, water and electricity. 4190 St MO 56870. I. Gordon.

73rd St., died Saturday. Chapel) Open 2.6 NW 32nd ave. Indf
services were held Wednesday. p.m. BEDROOM CBS Hardwood ,
He leaves to mourn his passing CBS home on large corner UNFURNISHED ROOM 2441 floors, carporte, barbecue pit and

his widow, Mary, a son William, lot near everything. 79th St. NW 65th St. |8.00 a week' patio, tile roof, fence. FHA fi

a brother, Clarence and three bus to Beach. One FHA nancing. $350 down, $69 a
grandchildren. FURNSIIED One bedroom apt. month. Total price $11,000. OX
mortgage only $67.95 per with yard and porch. Reasonable 17107.

,;; Acomble Phillips 2310 NW month. Low down paymentSee price. Call OX 12426.

59th St., died June 27. He is it Sunday.We NICE RA
survived by his widow, Jose' furnished apt. 25-FOOT business lot, Pembroke
for couple. Semi-kitchen and Rd. between 40th and 42nd
aves.
,
phone, four eons, five daughters,
bath 1225 NW 66th st. NE W.
Hollywood. Reasonable terms.
one grandchild, a sister and five
Charles: Winston Tisby, 44, brothers Arrangements are in have many more nice 36167. Call S. Slowin, PL 76412.
l1U NW 5th ave., died in Jackson complete. homes for sale. For our !I Jul22
BEAUTIFUL ROOM In private
Hospital Tuesday.
complete list in the north.
home. Homelike atmosphere.
Cash work
Dr. W. A. Patterson Sr., 359 terms, 3 lovely
He is survived by his wife, NW 15th St. died June 28. He west area call 1826 NW 55th St. NE 32740. homes from expressway, 3 bedrooms .

Evelyn and a daughter, Jotta. was a longtime resident of the 2 baths, tile roof, oak
Miami which time HARRY DENNY COOL, QUIET and secluded. floors See these homes at 4901
Services ,in charge of Francis area during Furnished apartments, 746 and SW 20th St. Carver Ranches, W.
he owned and operated the Ser-
Funeral Home, will be held Saturday 748 NW 59th St Close to bus, Hollywood. Sunday 10 a.m. to 5
July 8 at' Church of God vice Drug Store until four' years ACTION/ REALTY banks, businesses and Shells. p.m. MU E-19S1.
in Christ Temple. ago when his health began to
fail. Ho was also a member of INC. FURNISHED
ROOM in private LOT OWNERS business
TI6tby was a popular fight train. Greater Bethel AME Church, oppor
home, 1464 NW 71st St. OX tunity for 2 North Dade and 1
er for many years in Miami. lie Masonic Lodge and the D a d e 253 N.W. 79th St.
14183. South Dade
county owners interested
,
was a member of San Salvador County Medical Academy. Ser

Lodge and Kazah Temple 149. vices will be held Friday at 10 PL 7-4544 BEAUTIFUL bedroom apartment OX 8932.in. real estate field. Call
in Greater Bethel AME
a.m
Unfurnished. Large rooms,

House 'of Albert Church. .. .. .. shady yard, quiet, no children GAS RANGE. Like new $20 Inquire .

f}>J fJ J\V r} t } ,l\ f }. 1323 NW 68th Terr. at 3381 NW 50th St.
Mrs: Leola Wilson of 7136
NW 14th place was a drowning 1-BEDROOM HOUSE, furnishedor HOb I Completely furnished
victim June 21. She is survivedby unfurnished. Conveniently TV and air conditioner. Tile
her husband, father, a broth located. Large front yard. 2161 roof, garage and sprinkler: system '
per, two sisters, three aunt*, two ROOMSNEW NW 58th St.FURNISHED. $80 month. 2910 NW 65th
uncles. Services were conducted St.
June 27 at New Hope Baptist APT. with utilities

Church. 'Li in residential section. Suitablefor 1955 V-8 FORD Station wagon,
sharing Adults only. 1235 Stick shift, nice and clean.
Mrs. Hattie Byrd of 262 NW LOW RATES NW 68th Terr.APARTMENT $395. Phone NK 42768. Private
10th St. died June 21. Survivingare Owner.

a husband, Jessie, a sister, 6 private bed
two brothers. Services were con rooms, 2 baths, kitchen, living J-BEDROOM CBS HOME. Two
ducted June 27 at Jordan Grove Per Week room. Overtown. Call FR 4.8398 baths built.In kitchen, carport
Baptist Church. or OX 16851.FURNISHEDD. mod sprinkler system A corner
$7.00 home. 3001 NW 70th Terr. For

Mrs. Berate.White residedat And Up APT. 2 bedroom Information contact owner at

2211 Rutland St., Opa Locka duplex. Adults, will take a small same address
and who paused away June 23 baby. MU 1-0326, PL 1-1764,
was sent to Vidalia Ga. June 28 ....-.----.... 729 NW 66th Terr. DUPLEX.: $600 down. No closing

for funeral services. She is sure costs, 2 bedrooms, one side
vived by eight daughters Mea FURNISHED ROOM or house. furnished, oak floor, tile roof,
dames Je! le Turner, Maude Williams Also several apartments and efficienciesAt 1986 NW 67th St. Call NE I low price. Owner, 3384 Shipping

( Minnie L. Phillips Ida 36203. Ave. HI 3-5885.

L. McCloud, Mattie Woods Low Rates ----------- --- ... -- -,- -
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Louise -
Brown Clara McCray and

Carrie B. McKinney, a son Raymond ... ....
four sisters and a broth ---.- Business Men
er.

Mrs. LllMe Mae Whittle, 2146 -- SEE MANAGER IN ROOM 30 INCREASE YOUR PROFITS IN YOUR BUSINESSLET

All Baba Ave, Opa Locka, died US INSTALL A VENDING MACHINE
June 23 In Mt. Sinai Hospital AT 241 N.W. 15th STREETAfter

Her survivors include husband, ( 6 ) CANDY, CIGARETTES AND SUNDRIES
George; two daughters, an p.m.
..... ....'
adopted daughter, a son, three -----
brothers, two sisters. Services MONDAY FRIDAY
will be held Saturday July 1 at Prompt Service. PL 8-7038 and PL 7.2813

2 p.m. at New Bethel Baptist AND ALL DAY SATURDAY AND SUNDAY

church, Opa Locka She will bon .. FULL LINE VENDING, Inc.Jnl1
view in the chapel 9 a.m. Fri-
/la/, .then at 2161 All Baba Ave. -t { \l <<\ -t I ,S8&a&&S i



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/. :' -1" ,. ". .r ,,,"" .Tt.. ;0, I I 6895 N.W. I4lh AVe. raised
308
We
-: ". '?: .Lew 0 I neVI W.11k.. SAVby, pastblrBund&y $
.. j; w1 -.. .- .' Behbdi) 1 i. i o i ?.30!! Starting with Sunday Bchfadl l i
#' Morning service . 11:00 on to il ( pr8-
Evening' study .i.:15 siding elder ready iiceached dui
Wed. night of his heart. We had dinner on
Youth FeUBW hip Friday 7 p.m. the church grounds right otter

to Vou are Invited to a "Japa the 11 a.m. service. At 3 p.m.
; \ I me nese Party and Country Tour," we'had our dedication and laying .

Friday, June 30, at 8:30 p.m.. at of our cornerstone. Our
l the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har presiding elder preached another -
...II' old Hlees.. 1340 NW 70th St. one of those inspiring sermons
.
The program is being spon.oredby i I
our board of deacons.
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Sunday School . . B130: The Evaluation-Planning last Conference SEE THE SOUTH'
I'I'I Sunday evening w&a
Morning Service . . HtOO:
and LEADING COLORED
PAGE 14 a great success we Maps' tfl
SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 BTU . . . . BJ30 t I have such ebnfBreilCes; m3re% .df-
Evening Service , . TtOO: tad< tb) increase1 the effectiveness iS''ClIc READER

k Sunday \ 6f oUr church organization -CONSULT HER-
BAHA'I FAITH TEMPLE BAPTIST was a big day tOt Ihl
women because it WAs Wohian's. and planning.

Mrs. Alice Evans, a teacher at ,I I Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Day. The guest Speaker for the
Phyllis! Wheatley Elementary Sunday School !9:30' : morning was Mrs. Beatrice We. have had an Industriousand
School will conduct the regular Morning worship, 11:00: Waldron of West Palm Death enjoyable two weeks of Vacation
weekly discussion to be held at BTU 6:30: The topic was "The Journey." Bible School, with over

the Baha'l Center, 137 NW 11th Evening worship 7:00: Sunday night's speaker was 60 children attending regularly.The t y ,r v
ave., 8 p.m. Sunday July 2. Her I Mrs. Mary McClendon, also a pastor expresses his appreciation v
subject will be "A Sign From I. The Land 0' Nod Kindergar member of our church. Her i to the following teachers
God." The public is cordially invited ten, Mrs. Eloise Barret-Kemp, topic' was "Love." who have done an outstanding
to attend. Phone Miss Solomon principal, will hold its com Mrs. Emma Jackson is ill at Job !In the program, Mr, ttatt
secretary, FR 1.5420 for mencement exercises at Temple home. We are praying for her to nah Williams, Mr*. Viola fltra
further information about this this evening (Friday) at 8 have a speedy recovery. chan, Mrs. Olean Roberts, Mrs.
o'clock. Louise Faniel, Mrs Glenda
meeting. The Men's Day committee Stalk, and Miss Johnnie Mae Let her' yiara, .f experience fluid
NEW BETHEL
BAPTIST ind proU6t YOu throughout life
meets Saturday evening at 8:00.: Strachan.
Liberty City Lutheran The male chorus will have its 1571 N. W. 68th Terrace a* a llflhthoule guide the ships! ih
N. W. 68th St. and 16th Ave.S. rehearsal immediately following. Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor This Sunday evening there a storm for success In buslrte.
S. and Bible Class . 2:00: The Sunday School' will sponsor >eacon Fred Williams, reporter will be ft "} atniIY; and faletit" And love...

Divine services . . 3:00: a dinner Sunday at 1810 NW Sunday School . . 9:30: Night," presented by the Children out'NOW.' tk tH| Aut.. lf
3rd ave. Meals will be served Morning worship 11:00: ? of VACatlon Bible Bchdol, BY THE HELP OF
Services at the church are from 1 p.m. until? Donation evening Service > . 7:00: and sponsored by the V. B. S. GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
held every Sunday at the Carver $1.00. staff and the Sunday School
YMCA. Sunday School and Bible First Sunday services will be No. 1 choir will render music staff Office Hours: t
Class begins at 2 p.m. with the as usual. The Lord's Supper on Sunday. Baptism will be held 9, a.m. 9 p.m.
,I worship service at 3 p.m. Holy will be administered both mornIng also. MT. MERM5N A. M. I E. Thurs. 9 a.m. to
I Communion will be celebrated' I and There will be dinner 7 p.m.
and
evening, the choirs a sale at
J. this Sunday School\ . . .
Sunday. The Rev. Walter will serve jointly. the home of Bro. sears 1726 9:30 DAILYSunday
Pinnt will speak the Morning Wetshlp . 11
on 5th Deacon A. J. Hanna left Sat NW 69th Terr. :00 ,
Commandment, using the theme urday for Nassau TJveivlng: Worship . . 7:00
to
see a sick Deacon Williams will have fate :
"Sanctity of Life." Rev. S. L. lay, pastor
sister. It was good to see Deacon sale on July 8 at 1620 NW 67th 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING .
John Next Dede Sunday former, July 9, the Rev. F. E, Dawkins out on Sun- St. The public Is invited We held our third quarterly
,
missionary day after
having been absent conference
to Nigeria, will be installed starting Friday night.
the first pastor of the church.as ness.for two Dro.months A. Dean because Is home of m.I I NEW PROVIDENCE M. B. Mt. Hermon AME of North Miami $1.00 UP
at district
The. service will be held at 3p.m. ter undergoing surgery at Jack Rev. C. J. Durney, pastor A. Allen. presiding elder, F
in the YMCA auditorium, .on Hospital.ST. Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter 23 Years Experience
with refreshments to be servedat Sunday School . . 9:30 The quarter was opened with
Mrs.a Dede reception for Pastor and PAUL A. M. E. Morning Service . . 11:00 our pastor in charge. Scripture MADAMHUNTER
following the service. B. T. U. . .6:00 was read from the 8th chapter
The public is Invited. Rev M, J. Fayson, pastor Evening Service . . 7:30 : of Matthew, let through the 7th
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter verse.
MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. Sunday School . . 9:30: The chairman and co-chairman 1657 N.W. 73rd ST.
Morning Worship . 11:00: of the Men's Day program want Due to weather condition the MIAMI, FLA.
S. A, Thomas, pastor Evening Worship . . 7:00: to thank the pastor, officers atid presiding elder was unable to Don't Write-Call In Person
Mrs. J. S. Walker, reporter members also attend conference Friday
our friends night. I
many
.y. Sunday School . . .9:30 Sunday was a full day. Beginning for their cooperation, toward the Rev. A. Smith was right there
Morning worship . 11 :0 0 at Sunday School with a Through Christ in to lend a helping hand as acting
BTU . . . . 6:00 large attendance. Our assistant we program.were blessed to raise the sum you presiding elder MIAMI TIMES ADS
Evening worship . . 7OC pastor, Rev. \f ..tthews brought of $5,376.34. The quarter was quite
the a sites -
This week culminated a two I celebrated message. The No. 2 choir The church wish to thank th cess. They seem! to be getting DON'T COST THEY PAY
its
week vacation Bible School These 29th anniversary chairman and cochairman for a
with various choirs participating. _. ..
weeks have been job well done.CHRISTIAN. -
filled with The --- -
work and play for president, officers and memobers
our youth.
Those who attended enjoyed wish to thank those who FELLOWSHIP Announcing The OpeningOF
discussions, Bible stories, sing helped make the program a sue
ing and arts and crafts. cess. Total raised was $224 The 220 N.W. 20th Street ANOTHERFAMILY
The leaders of the school are: Sunday School ,sponsored an after Elder G. G. Fann, pastor
Mrs. A. L. Blackshear, chairman service program In the interest Sister Mary brawler, reporterWe
; Mrs. H. Storr, principal of the Sunday School Con Invite you to come and
Mrs. E. Mack, directress of arts vention which will convene at worship with nee CLINIC
and crafts and other members Metropolitan AME Church, July Sunday School . . 10:00(
and friends. 5-9. Morning worship . 11:30(
\ Friday night June 30 will be Evening worship . . 7:30 I I 7509 N.W. 22nd Ave.
commencement night. At this ST. JAMES AME CHURCH II I PL 9-8651

time the department, nursery Rev. H. McNeal Harris, pastor. ST. MARK'S BAPTIST : Other Location
thru seniors will be in charge. Mrs. Sadie F. I :
Dean
reporter 801 N.W. 62nd St. I
They are planning ,to give illustrations Sunday School 905 N.W.
1:30 Rev. Joseph Smith, pastor : 2nd Ave.
and FR
exhibits of the. Morning worship 11:00 Sunday School . . 9:3: ( 9.5769
many learning experiences gained Morning worship . 10:00 Two
during the school weeks. Sunday, July 2 services will be BTU . . . . 6:00 : Convenient Locations
Let us show interest. in our on a high order, 'beginning with Preaching . . . 7:30 Director: Dr. Emanuel Orfa
youth by attending this commencement the Sunday School. Mrs. Mar All are cordially invited to our
..service Friday night, garet Reynolds, superintendent! services. I Associate: Dr. M. Radin
June 30, 7:30: p.m. 11 a.m. music by choir No.2. Convenient
Our minister will deliver the morning and evening hours
Church of The Open Door message, "A Safe Deposit." Beautiful Home .
At the evening .service choir on
(Congregational) No.1 will render the music. Ser- Your Lot
Rev. II. C.
McDowell, pastor MH
I mon and
administration
A. B. McNael, reporter of the Not a Palm Render'
Not
Holy Communion a Fortune
I will be completed Teller
Sunday is the first Sunday and I for the day. 7(9(4' aoeacComplete Not a Rootman Not God
we will have Either But
our regular Holy
The 13th
annual Men's Day
JUST
Communion and reception of A GOD SENT
observance will be July 9. A MAN
new members.Our .
most interesting and enjoyable Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora
second group of young program is being prepared and
people returned from the campat will HA nrAaAnterl. Dr. N. D 0
Or! >1. ;Jon have,
a
Avon Park. Another .....,.,. a.:. ;.aoaaw c problem?
group ston is the-p-ro-iram committee Business Bd
will be going next week. chairman. Leroy Brown, general Building 8.rvlo. Palling, Can't Marriage
We are all on our vacations, chairman; Henry Lawrence, co- win the man
but let's not take a vacation chairman; Willie Scott, chairman PLANNING or woman ;you love, Been
from church. Our church school of the steering committee.An BUILDING Crossed, Need Money,
starts at 9:45 with classes for
outstanding speaker will deliver ;
children, Juniors and adults. the message on this day. FINANCINGYour 1 t Everything; Going Wrong

Regular morning services startat Prepare to visit St. James on New Home k t p Health Bad? Can't Satisfy
11 o'clock. Friends and visitors this day. Music will be rendered I four
I are always welcome. by the male chorus. No Down Husband or Wife

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Body Beautiful Ezeklel Poitier by calling MU I OPEN :

1-366 or by visiting his residence '

Meeting in Riviera Contest July 19thThe at 1996 NW 152nd St. WorldWideEmploymentAgucy ,

Deadline for all entries is \
18. Persons who
'tuesday, July
Opa Locka Health Club
By O. W. SENIORS
will attend this contest will be awed
present a Miss Body Beau
Meeting in Riviera Beach June Rev. L. Wooden tiful and Mr. Miami Physique by the contestants and amazedby
1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
the demonstrations of physical
20.22 the Florida Morticians As- contest at the Northwestern High
soclatlon held its 37th conven- School auditorium, Wednesday, feats accomplished by the
tion at the Ebony Motel. Veteran Ordained Priest July 19 at 8:30: p.m. students of physical culture. FR 3-5755 ''l,
members termed it one of the julS ,
most successful state meetings In very colorful and impres This affair offers the oppor- .
in the history of the organiza slve services, held at St. Agnes tunity to everyone in and around At ROTC Camp
tion. Episcopal Church, June 17 the the South Florida area to com MAIDS work in New
Rev. Lorentha for the titles of Miss
Wooden, vicar of pete Body
By unanimous vote the assoc the Church of the Transfigura Beautiful and Mr. Miami Phy Tallahassee Lt. Col. Albert York $35 to $55
iation re-elected David T. Lar- tlon of Opa Locka, was ordainedto sique. J Parker, professor of military
pins of Clearwater president; 0. the Secred Priesthood by the science, Florida A&M University Private home deep in, free
H. clause Dartow, secretary; Rt. Rev. Henry I. Louttlt, bishop Contestants will: use their recently announced that room, board, TV, etc.
beauty or their muscles to vie three Reserve Officers' Training
Samuel Davis, Jacksonville, of the Diocese of South Fla.
treasurer* Rev. Wooden for these titles. Corps cadets from Miami are
D. R. Gibson, Ft. was presented by NO DEPOSIT
Pierce, parliamentarian; Eugene the Rev. John Frederick Dick- Clubs and organizations are attending at Ft.the Bennlng ROTC Ga.summer from 'NO REGISTRATION FEE
,
camp ,
Stevens, West Palm Deach, man, candidate for the Ph.D. degree invited to sponsor contestants.This .
June 17 to July 28.
jsargeant at at the University of Flori,
arms; Albert Cunningham is particularly true of young
Ocala, chaplain; J, da, and the Rev. H. Littleton ladles who feel that they can Cadets receiving orders for Air or bus transportation
Maxwell Charlow, Pant City, Zimmerman, rector of :!It. Mar qualify for the Miss Body Beau summer training camp are Advanced at Once
editor of the Florida Mortician tin's Church, Pompano Beach, tlful contest. All persons desir George L. Campbell, Roland
Journal delivered a stirring sermon on ous of participating can cantact Carey and Emory C. Collier. I-
the occasion.
Newly elected officers were ..lfJ'T'T'f"r'7\ 'tnT1r'UTfJ! '\1'I7'7'n1! '\ 'tT7 SfWWJft"i7,7'Yfl! !f7\'h i I,7'n7''I,7'7'li71t7i7' : h7\"r'\_ _
Monroe McCrae, St. PeterSbUg! Other participants in the ser r -- --
auditor and C. W. Seniors, Sara Vice were the Rev. Austin Cooper
eota, director of public relations. of Delray Beach, prefacer; the
Elected to serve on the board Of I Rev. James H. Hall of Daytona. ADULT HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATIONFOR
directors along with the officers Beach, lltanist; the Secred MinIsters
and past presidents were W. C. I of the Mass were: the
Taylor of Delle Glade: Clarence Bishop, celeprant; and the Rev.
Wilson of Tampa, Leo Sears of Fr. Clarke of the Church of the ADULTS
Ft. Myers; Eugene Hickson of Incarnation, subdeacon. The Ven.
Arcadia E. Marion Evans John E. Culmer, rector of St.
; ,
DrooksviHe; G. Duncan, Gainesville Agnes' was the assistant priest Northwestern Senior High School County-Wide.
and was actually celebrant of
; Samuel Dobard of Holly
wood; Rev. W, H. Gordon, Tam the Mass. The Rev. Fr. Gurneyof DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
St. Phillips, Coral Gables and
pa; Ray Williams, Tampa andJ.
Dolton the Rev. Fr. Atkins of St. Chris
Orlando. topher's. Fort. Lauderdale were Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult

Social activities began with a the Bishop's chaplains. Stanley Education
cocktail and buffet called "\ Newbold served as master of
Night In Nassau," held on thb ceremonies. Arthur Evans was
lawn of Mr. and Mrs. George P. at the pipe organ and St. Agnes'
Coleman. From then on,. both choir sang the Mass: "The Mlssa FIRST QUARTER JULY 3. SEPT. 22
the delegates and their wives Sancti Paul!". Harold E. Brown, ,
were entertained with a seriesof I Mrs. Lenora Smith and Elliott
activities that left few idle Scavella were soloists. 1961

moments. There were two
I
CLASS OP 70 CONFIRMEDOn
breakfast forums, conducted by .
Mrs. Louise Taylor of Belle Sunday at 10:30 a.m. Bishop .
Glade, president of the ladles Louttit confirmed & class of NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH ADULT HOMEMAKING
auxiliary. The panel featured 79 candidates. The class was
Atty. I. C. Smith, Miss M. A. presented by the Ven. John E. SCHEDULEDAY
Williams, Mrs. E. Smith and Mrs. Culmer. The class received Its
Daisy Murrell. first communion at 7 a.m. on NO. COURSE TIME
Sunday. A (reception was held
A fashion show and luncheon for the newly confirmed In the Monday IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing; Construction WOO: A.m. 12:00 'Moon
was held for the ladles at the social hall immediately follow IIKO 4 Beginning; Clothing; Construction 12:30: p.m. 8:30p.m.
home of and Mrs. F. M.
Atty. ing the confirmation service IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7oo p.m. 10:00: p.m.
'Cunningham.A nEO 4 Beginning; Clothing Construction 7:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m.

banquet was held at P a 1 m NOTICE UNDER FICTITIOUS IIKO 4 Beginning; Clothing Construction 7:00 p.m. 10:00 p.m.

View Elementary School, followed NAME LAW Construction OiOO 12OO: Noon'
Tuesday IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing : a.m.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
by the president'. ball at
lim! 3:30
HKG 0 Bowie Tailoring : p.m. p.m.
the Sunset Auditorium. The old that the undersigned, desiring to .
IIEO 10 Intermediate, Cloth. Coantructlon. 7:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m.
fashioned barbecue, Thursday engage in business under the
evening brought the program to fictitious name .ofSHERMAN Wednesday IWO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 0100 a.m. 12:00: Noon
a close. HOTEL IIEO 0 Basic Tailoring 12:30: p.m. 3:30: p.m.
465 N.W. 4th Street .. IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m.
Credit for the fast moving Miami, Florida t IIEO 4 ItcKliining Clothing Construction 7oo: p.m. 10:00 p.m.
program goes to George P. Cole intends to register the said name
man, chairman of the local com with the Clerk of the Circuit Thursday IIEO 10 Intermoillato Cloth. Construction f:0: a.m. 12:00 Noon
mittee, and to his fellow committeemen Court of Dade County, Florida.A. IIEO 10 Intermodlato Cloth. Construction' 12:30: p.m. 3:30 p.m.
: The Stevens and L. Symonette, Owner IIEO Advanced Clothing Construction 4!MM) p.m. 7:00 p.m.
The Bonners, all of West Palm 440 N.W. 16th Terrace IIEO A Advanced Clothing Construction 7oo p.m. 10:00: p.m.
Beach I June 24, July 1, 8, 15, 1981

SCHEDULE FOR COUNTY-WIDE HOMEMAKING CENTERSNO.

COURSE TIME CENTER

RUP1UREDJoPsIT MONDAY

11 EC 4 Beginning Clothing ConllltMu'tlon 10:00: a.m.. 1100: p.m. J, J<:. Scott Home
IIEOIIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Con"tn.ctlon 0:00 A.m.' 12100: p.m Orchard Villa
4 Beginning Clothhl") Con8tn.cUon 7:00: I.m.. H :lfH) p.m. Orchard Villa
-.ItBCTAL Dt3tASn IIEO A Advanced lathing ConllltnJctlon 3:30: p.m. 0n0 p.m North Iade
tne 11 EC 4 Beginning Clothing Oonllltnictloll 0:30 p.m.1):80: I..n. J. II. E. Lee
I IIEOIIEO 4 Beginning ClnthlnjC COIultMJctlon 7:00: p.rn. 101fH: p.m. J. 1?. Scott Homes'
4 ileginnhng Clothll1lC' COlllltnlctlon 7:00: II.m.. tolOO I..m. North Dade

TUESDAY

THE NEW IEC 4 Beginning C'lo'hlnJC' Cculllltr'lrtlOI1 7:00: p.m. .10100: IMn. Mays High School
IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Conflltnlctfon 7100: p.m 10100: prn Frank C. Martin
IMPERIAL HOTEL & MOTELThe IIEOIIEC 4 Beginning Clothll1jC' onllltnictfon 7100: I..m. 'Iono: pnr II. T. Washington
4 Beginning (''lathing Con".tnJctfon. 7WO I.m. toOO p.m. Dontey High
Largest in The South IIEC 4 UegtnnJng Clothing Construction 4:00 lun.. 1100 p.m. North Dade

150 Rooms $8.50 a week and up WEDNESDAY
IIEC 4 Beginning Clothing COhHtMJction 10:00: A.m.. 1100: I.m. Bethel Church
Also Kitchenettes Available IIEG 4 Beginning Clothing, ('onstnrction 0100: I.m. 1)100: p.n.. J. W. Johnson
BEAUTIFUL ABBY TELEVISION ROOM IIKC 4 Beginning Clotll'l1"' eon.tn.ctfon 7100 p.n WIOO: I.m. B. T. WashingtonOrchard
SPACIOUS CARD HOOM PHONE SERVICE IIEO 10 intermediate Clothing' OOIlH'mftiou' 9100 a.m.. 12100: 1'.10. Villa
IIEC 4 Beginning Clothlrt"' Ocmlltn.rtfon 7:00 .I.m.wIno: I.m. Dorey High
50 N.W. 8th Street FR 3-9417 IIEO 10 IntennccU.ate Clothing Construction 4:00: ...m.' 711H I.an. North Dade
\ HOT AND COLD WATER FREE PARKING IIKO 10 lote.nnedlAte Clothing Construction 7:00 I.m.' 10:00: I.m. North Dade
HKC 4 lk'g1nnJng Clothll1jC Construction 7WO p.m.' 10100: p.m. Liberty Square

TJlURSD.\

HKC 4 Beginning Nothing Construction: 7:00 p.m.' 10100: IJom. Orchard Villa
IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing. Construction 10:00: a.",. I :no p.m J. E. Scott Home I
WE LOAN MONEY IIEC 4 glnnlnlC 'lothing.: COflAtnJctfon 7:00 p.m.IOIOn: p.m. North Dado
IIEC 4 Beginning Clothing. Construction 3:110: 0:80: I.m. North Dade
ON FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES
FRIDAY

HOME IMPROVEMENT LOANS IIEC 21 Home Furnishing 7100: p.m', towo I'.m. North Dade

Free Inspection Reasonable Costa
For further information call PLaza 4-5491_Northwestern Senior
And Interest Fast and Efficient Service High School. Registration will be accepted at all center according to

ABC MORTGAGE CO. FR 1-1493 the above schedules during the week beginning July 3. The registra

tration fee for each course* of 12 lessons is $2.00 payable upon entrance.

703 Seybold Bldg. Evening Phone UN 6-6886
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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 1, 1961 Broward ':'...:. .. I Rodriguez, At Sir' ;
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County .f, .
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News !.. .. .
Carrying the fight all the way; I '
'';<' Down
I. 4 and defending himself well In $350
I 01Walter ,' the clutches, Ludlow,
'W' < No closing costa. FHA 2-
Bowe '' 128of Miami, won a, 'miajilmous t-
Rodriguez bedroom CBS. Stove and refrigerator -
_. decision over Hector
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124, of San Juan, itt"' tbe, 60x130 lot. ,Close

, The South Broward VFW round main attraction at" the. :to bus, shopping Terrific!
Post 8195 will have its 4th of Sir John Arena Monday Titght
'/1 July Dance at the Bahama ClubIn Both boys gavd good ftccdttnta '? .. -. -.- ,
Hallandale: on Pembroke Rd. of themselves tout Ludlow proved
Dance starts July 3 from 0:30: to be itt command all the way, $80 Down
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; :For tickets and i I
i iVp pm., to 2 a.m.
table reservation call Dowe'B In a bout which tOQk a surprising $80 Monthly
1t r k turn In the later rounds,
39613.
Barber Shop YU Move right in 2bedrpomCHS
;y a Emil Garcia, 121, Puerto Rico, ,
Milton Hepburn of 5229 SW won a unanimous decision over one mortgage. Closeto
21st St., left on June 23 tor Sammy Mackey, 123; Homestead' bus, schools, Liberty City.
semi final,. Mack
in the round
I. Island. He will
Nassau, and Cat
Hurry!
before I ey jumped into the lead in the,
returningto
spend six weeks
opening round and Irematn .
West Hollywood. .
there until the third stanza.

Walter Thompson, better Garcia took over and carried' the .'
fight the rest of the way. It ,wasa $395 Down
., known as (PA) of 4623 SW
t
r dw 19th St., West Hollywood, will good contest., Includes closing costs,. for

leave this weekend for Detroit Duane Simpson,. 138%,. Opa this lovely bedroom CBS
for two weeks. lie will be accompanied
w Locka, gained a unanimous count carport, bus, shopping,
his sister and
by a
i 136 in ,the
over Al Walker Lai'
:ousin from Miami rounder FHA one mortgage d
opening .lot. Quiet area. See ji bii I
Star Light Commandery No, Jimmy Vaughn, lib, :'Home:
38 meets Sunday, July 2, 3 p.hi stead, battled his way to, a' de- .'
at the Masonic Temple All dawn over Willie Boland, 147, I
members are asked to b@ preseht. Miami, Brand new 3-bedroom CBS,

Wendell Newton,. 196. Nassau. Opa Lock One mortgage.
::1 gained an;'unpopular split decision Beauty. See 2230 NW 154thSt.
in Ind.
University Lafayette, ,
were Patricia Beeman, Willie over Big Jim TllJman- ,' I Open Sunday 1-6 p.m.
Miss Cassandra Hortense Hanna Kappa Sorority, a member of the ,Williams and Willie Boule. :Miss 220 In the 4th bout. $595 Down
of Mr. and Mrs. Canterbury Club, and Music Educators
daughter Beeman will extend her vacation Johnny Hightower, i2' .,
William H Hanna, is a recent National Conference. visiting irlends: in Baltimore Homestead and Santo' FJor _
'raduate of St. Augustine's College Miss Hanna received three : .
Rica battled to
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Raleigh, N Cwith a cash awards: The President's I
I bachelor of arts degree in music. I award for outstanding scholastic JOIN THE NAACP draw r 1',. I 'bedroom, new CBS, Opa

While a student at St. Augusi achievements and contribu '. 'Locka, gorgeous, carport,
i line's, she participated in the tions to the life .of the college; a Florida room. See this.
,r ollowing organizations- : President musical1' award for maintainingthe
of Phi Kappa Alpha Honor highest average and best COMING TO KNIGHT BEAT. Open Sunday 1-6 p m.

Society, president of the College performance in applied music; $695 Down
(choir, vice president of Alpha the Dean of Women's award for
N.W. 163rd St
I character and leadership. 1941

L Those attending her graduation _; : a -=_;

New Bargains! were her parents, a sister,
brother and an uncle Miss Hanna $195 DoWn
is a ,graduate of NorthwesternHigh
MAKE OFFER School. 2.bedroom, Brown Sub.

L'k $65 monthly. Move right in.
Open 3.5 p.m. c
Graduates t 8 "u"",.

Down Payment: _
FEUNLI3Y jrUKRAY\ FROM _
Your Lot or Home INDIANA UNIVERSITY

1430 N.W. 59th St. Fernley Murray graduated ,, irii t.A t.I t. Fair RealtyFor

from Indiana University on June
3-bedroom, 2 baths, garage, 7 with the A. D. degree in
speech and theatre.At Fair Deals
oak floors, built-in electric the school he was vice
kitchen, Florida room. president of the Kappa Alpha ; 6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.

Psi fraternity, member .of the PL 7.1645
Cosmopolitan Club and
1232 N.W. 55th St. honor-
ary member of Theta Alpha Phi ._A
Mr. 1 __---j
Murray was a pre-Jaw student -

1426 N.W. 58th Terr. at Howard University. He -. .._ '---.. ._.. ---_.. .. ------------"
is continuing his studies toward
-e- the master's degree at Indiana.
His mother, Mrs, Emerald
f' BARON JE 8.1340 Murray Gardiner was in atten .
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dance at the graduation exer- :J' '
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MONEY DOWN "ises, Etoroute home, she stop '
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ped in Atlanta to visit another t-
I We'*build on your lot on, Earl and his family.

lot The three: Knoxvllle College
Cash paid for your .
students
accompanying the Cole-
ridge Taylor Choir' to Purdue

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tI Pictured above are members of the appear at a night club in the local area.

cast of the internationally famous Holl- A sensationally talented group of top entertainers -

day-N-Fun Revue, which stars the Los Los Troubadours are among

Troubadours del Paraguay, which will the leading stars of RCA Records, TV

DUMAS I I MILNER open at Clyde Killens popular Knight and film artists. Exponents of songs, instrumentals -

Beat Club on next Friday night, July 7, harmony, dancing, variety

and will appear three nights' Friday, comedy and novelty, they boast a sure

: Saturday and Sunday, July 7, 8 and 9. hit attraction. Los Troubadours Revue is

Coming direct from Casino Tabaris, a "must"' on lis$ of things to see. Be sure

Buenos Aires, Argentina, the attraction to see and enjoy them at the Knight Beat

will be the first all-'V hite Revue ever to Club, July 7, 8 and 9.,
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