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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 8, 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 )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
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issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00273

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IN TREASURY GuiltlD Frame


A special Treasury Investigating Henry J. Holtzclay, directorof ,
team comprising three Ne the bureau since 1054, and a off \ '
groes Inquiring Into complaintsof veteran with the Treasury for William Johnson, 30-year-old cal r Q ge Ben Wll' : Judge Wlllard; in custody of a

widespread discrimination 44 years, said:. police officer of 240 NW 21st at. lard as his guilty plea was entered probation officer. j
against Negroes In the Federal "I hold a pretty tight rein on pleaded guilty Thursday to fram to a-Mrge of "perjury in
Bureau of Engraving and Print all ing a woman ,on narcotics I
personnel actions and I review The Woman, Mrs. Eloise Jackson
ing, Washington, ,D. C.,. is said i most of them t have never charges by giving false testimony Judicial proceedings. i 32 of 770 NW 6th St., was
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to have found no discriminationso discriminated in my life against Taking of a plea from a fel 1
convicted. and sentenced to two
far.'' anyone. j
low officer John Collier, 32,
The has been under ,
frameup
The' men are reviewing 35 Since 1952 the 'bureau's work investigation State of 2697 NW 51st Terr., also years in state prison in April ,1
complaints dealing with the bu force has dwindled from 6,500 i Qeretein by with AttorneyRichard strong charged with perjury in the case after the two officers and a white

reau's alleged discrimination to 3,000, as a result of techno hints that it may reach higher was postponed to Monday. police. sergeant testified' to find
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against Negroes in its hiring and logical progress. Treasury officials
promotional practices, especially ,believe this is the chief ranking officers. The woman who was framed ing marijuana in her grocery

in .better .paying skilled Jobs. cause of unrest. Johnson stood seemingly has already been released by store.
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38TH YEAR, NO. 46 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JU1.Y'-S, 1961 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES ,




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.. Two youths were sent to the
Kendall Wednesday
; night after Hospital a laundry owner at ,
Goulds blasted them with his U.S. FILES 2 VOTE 1 \

J 4 shotgun Ins his shop.for, allegedly burglarlz- + ApnMJ P I, 4 Ib I

1 Ben Anderson, 48, owner of 5 R" ; p
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Goulds Laundry, went to the
front of his store at 1 a.m. to SUITS IN MISS.FREEDOM { Ifi
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. investigate & noise.. He saw two v l.
( figure apparently carrying out .

.. clothes. He raised his gun and Washington Atty. Gen. 1
\. warned them to stop: They I Robert Kennedy Thursday filed
Jumped ,into the car and sped RIDERCONVICTED two suits in Mississippi charging I
. away as he sprayed, them withbuckehots. I discrimination against eligible

t IN Negro voters in that state's
, -- Metro deputies Hugh McMan- Clarke and Forest Counties
igal and Marvin Pittman, fifteen The
suits
brought under the
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_ minutes later. found Preston OCALA 1G' Fed !
1957 and 1960 Civil Rights acts, v
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= Ison, 16, of 22340 SW 112th Ct. named the state and the registrars

.'. and Johnny Carey, 19, of 3639 Wednesday night in Ocala, it of the two counties as de
Peach ave., Coconut Grove at took a six-man Marlon County fendants. They are the first vote bI
the hospital suffering from gun. Jury Just 25 minutes to convict ing rights actions in Mississippi ,4. ,,
shot wounds. i. a Freedom Rider of unlawful as Similar action have been r t
admitted being at the '
They sembly. brought In Louisiana, Alabama, ,
scene, police said but stated Georgia and Tennessee. .I
they were only hitching a ride The Rev. Leslie Smith, 35, yY
... They could not explain bow Methodist minister of Albany, n Ar' F
they "got hurt." N.Y., was found guilty by the NINA HAS POLIONew
Ison was sent to Youth Hal! Jury after a day-long trial. Pend. '
and Carey was charged with ing motions by Defense Attorney York-Nina Simone, prom IdMr
burglary Ernest Jackson of Jackson inent Jazz singer, pianist and recording -

. ville, sentence has been defer artist, Is I! n a Phlla- .. .and Mrs. .O._ A, Lloyd. _Burnsldo._ Sr. announce. .
red, ae.pnia hospital wun polio.Doctors the marriage of their daughter, Hyacinth Rebecca to Val
say her case is non Curtis O'Rouko III of Mr. and Mrs
Smith could be sentenced to contagious and for the moment son Val Curtis O'RoukoII

six months In county. Jail or $500 non paralytic, with a quick re of Tuscaloosa, Ala Mr. and Mrs. O'Rouke arc now at I

fine or both. covery expected home at 450 Fulton St., Waverly, N.Y.

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Y'a e vA I', Youth Drowns at Virginia Key BeachThe 2 GET MURDER LIFE TERMSIN PLOTTwo


body of a youngster who Coconut Grove residents
drowned at Virginia Deach on drew life sentences Thursday in

.) Tuesday, July 4, was found early the $11,000 insurance plot that
P Wednesday morning.The Pompano Track Star In caused the life of Theodora
"Tator Red" Gordon, 42
boy was identified M
Two other will be sentenced
Dave Shermon, 460 tiY7th st.
With U. S. TeamA
by his swimming companion, Europe by Circuit Judge Joe Eaton after

Walter Barnes, 21, and Roger : pre-sentence Investigations
I Mitchell 20 of 278 NW speedster from Josephine (Tina) Gordon and
both 24-year-old rookie who feel bit best years
her son Robert, no relation to
llth It. Pompano Beach will help carry are still ahead.
Tator Red, were sentenced to
the U. S. hopes as America's top
They told police that Shermon track and field stars prepare to While wearing the khakis, life for hatching the plot and
was caught in an undertow and meet the Russians and other Dupree first experimented In hiring two men to carry it out.
pulled out to sea around noon European athletes in a series of the short dashes before switching Joseph Sharp testified he was:
Tuesday. Police gave up the meets abroad to the half-mile. lie enrolledat offered $500 by Tina and Robert
Suite Eve Gresham, longtime search! at about 8 p.m. but resumed the University of New Mexico Gordon to kill Tator Red, and
Miami resident, died In Jackson it Wednesday Jim' Dupree, a sophomore at upon receiving his discharge, WM Kivon a shotgun for the
Hospital at I 6) o'clock
Memorial
Southern Illinois University won the Mountain State Con Job, lie tired, but only woundedthe
Thursday morning. She had been gained the berth by winning the ference 880-yard title In his man he told Judge Eaton
111 for several months but woe ha;mile in the recent National freshman year and then transferred John (Junior) Hayes next
last week. It's A Girl For
only hospitalized AAU meet. He turned in a 1:48.5 to SIU. took over the chore for a $1,000fee
Mrs. Gresham was for many to beat Jerry Siebert of Santa testimony showed lie puta
Davises
years a cashier at the local Wo- Sammy Clara (Cal.) Youth Village. Dupree was a member of an bundle of dynamite under Red'ft
metco Theatres. She also operated advance that left the
group
house but makeshift fuse failed -
a sundry store on 16th ave. :May Britt, Swedish actress wife Although thrilled with the opportunity United States Sunday for Helsinki a it.
tack. of Sammy Davis Jr., gave birthto to compete against to explode
few
a yearn ), Finland where two preliminary and
lat
She is survived by two sister, a 7-pound 7-ounce daughter, many of the nation's finest meets will be held priorto He wa given a pistol,
. Mrs. Beatrice Eve Hamilton and Tracy II ilia 1'1. Davis said be was middle-distance runners, he, the Rueslan-Amerlcan. meet at Easter night brain he put he a bullet admittedIn in
Tater Rrd's ,
k Mrs, Lillian Sawyer; three broth "deliriously: happy" at becominga nevertheless, is looking aheadto Moscow July 1516.
" ere Willie, Arthur and John, father for the first time. Moth the 1964 Olympic trials. court.
.. withdrew of innocence
Robert A plea
and many nieces and nephews. er and daughter are doing fine, Two White Floridians are also
Funeral service in charge of doctor in Hollywood, Calif., ,Dupree had no contact whatsoever on the U.S. team. Pole vaults- Thursday and threw
I Funeral Home are said The baby measures 20% with track until the third himself on the mercy of the
the Range
scheduled for 10 o'clock Monday Inches, and 19 1ight-complexioned : -t year of a four-year Army hitch Henry Wadsworth and John I court. His mother stood beside
Jelses of Miami. him a. sentences were passed,
morning at St. Agne Church. I In 1958. 11'.1 a comparative





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V do hop our .Boy'. Scout
THE MIAMI TIMES M Troopswtll start their plan also.
104 Scouts End Camp It's really great ,to Ibe in the
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I IN- AROUND THE Rocku PinesOne Mailman Jobs AvailableThe Clerk

., U. S. Civil Service Com

..-..............-......)--' .'--' w =31=3* hundred 'and four Scout 6 scouts. !by St. mission is taking application
and leaders carried out Troop 77, sponsored for jobs as postal clerk or let-
Randol Fawkes ( Independent) month summer camp activities Agnes Episcopal ,Church, Leroy ter carrier at a number of Florida -
presented a proposal to the reason the week of June 18-24 A. Smith, scoutmaster Frank post offices. Both regular and
louse of Assembly on June 16 was I Camp Rocky Pine, Princeton Howard, assistant, 32 scouts. substitute jobs are open.
tor the construction of a gov ,George Troop 79, sponsored, by St. Starting pay $4,345 for regular -
ernment hospital In the Southern The following adults served John's Institutional Baptist workers, $2 16 an hour for/
< District of New Prvldence. the the camp staff: W. H. Fuller, Church, Milton Flanders, scout substitutes. .
A committee comprising Fawkes, father director: ; T|Sgt. Ben S. master, Henry W. Daniels, assistant Post offices with openings are
F H, Christie, Roy Solomon, wife is assistant; Sgt. Leroy 6 scouts. In Boca Raton, ClewllOn. Delray
:Eugene Dupuch and Gerald Cash Smith, Harvey Garfleld.Her. Troop 99, sponsored by Be- Beach, Jensen Beach, Jupiter,
vas appointed to consider the Ammons, activities and thune Elementary School PTA, Stuart, Punta >Gorda, Naples,
matter Mr. craft; Phil Dixon, water Brownsville, Samuel Grant, Key West and Hallandale..
,ney of director. scoutmaster, 3 scouts. Substitutes only are needed at
Enoch Pedro Roberts+ Jr., LL.B. The following units were rep Kerr Avon Park, Sebring and V e r o
'third son of E. P. Roberts and Bristol In camp. Troop 375 sponsored by Beach.
the falft Mrs. G. L Roberts of cently. Troop 55, sponsored by Car Memorial Methodist Church, Forms for applicants who wantto
'Nassau witha London High School, Coconut Grove. Perrine, Robert Stiles, scout-
recently graduated take the civil service 4xanlina:
: B.Sc. degree from Temple UnlXrslty. I. Dunn, scoutmaster, two master, 9 scouts.sponored by Lib tioh are available from p t b s ,t
will 398,
Before leaving the Bahamas Troop
offices or from the Board of U.S.
school,
he attended the Oakes tional Troop 56, sponsored by Mt. erty )City Smith Elementary, scoutmaster Civil Service xamindrs1 Box ill
Field Training School and serv- I He Baptist Church, Miami, Arlington Miami 1, fclAiNEED -
ed as assistant science teacher College: L. 'Williams; scoutmas All attending had a wonderfultime
under K. K. Cunningham; received (going 12 scouts attended .on the new waterfront area "!-I'G'.IIJ
his Ordinary Level cer Troop 73. sponsored by Frank which has a fenced, safe swimming
tificate in chemistry and human Martin Elementary School area and boat ramp. MONEY
anatomy and the London Univer Richmond Heights, Her The Council Camp Fire programs $25 to $600
slty Certificate of Education in charge Ammons, scoutmaster, 14 were very Impressive and
Physiology. on will be long remembered by Call PL 8-3653
T4 sponsored by May's scouts and parents present.The .
He Is a member of Philadel birth Troop I
'Ph'a'8 International House, I ly School PTA, Goulds Syl camp staff is making IDEAL LOAN
Temple University's International 22. Harrington, scoutmaster, plans for next year's camp now. 6105 N.W. 7th !eve.
: House and is affiliated with latter
!the Philadelphia Council of I'.
'Churches, the American Phar-
THE NEW
maceutical Association and the 'found
Pennsylvania Pharmaceutical As I' : IMPERIAL HOTEL & MOTELThe NOW OFFICIALLY
sociation. Mr. Roberts has been
appointed to the staff of Mercy Kemp Largest in The South
OPEN
o.ut'A.4 Hospital, Philadelphia
I' 150 Rooms $8.50 a week and up
Ornery Charles Sands, wh.o WorldWideEmploymentAgency
Also Kitchenettes Available
was disqualified in 1959 from
''driving for five years, did not BEAUTIFUL LOBBY TELEVISION ROOM
fare so well with the law on year SPACIOUS CARD ROOM PHONE SERVICE
June 13. Charged with eight at
traffic crimes to which he pleaded 50 N.W. 8th Street FR 3-9417
guilty, ho was sent to prisonfor In the HOT AND COLD WATER FREE PARKING 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
18 months fined a total of ly.
$240.80 and five years further their
disqualification from driving. paid. FR 3.5755


Hayward Forbes, 22, of Blue Miss Interested in Fixing That TV or Radio Trouble? .
11111 Road, has been charged in uel
the Magistrate's Court with the June PHONE PL 1-8381 COOKS work In New
traffic death of 17-year-old Ezra Church RADIO,1, York
HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50 $50 $60. Private
Fewbold: on June 5, The boy lor
was knocked down by a car driven Misses \\'I: REPAIR BELL, EXCHANGE AND RENT homes, sleep in,' free room,
'by Forbes, and died almost ; AT REASONABLE PRICES board TV etc.
Ballot ,
Instantly. Preliminary hearingwas ONLY THING GIVEN FREE IS ADVICE NO GIMMICK BY US
: held on June 26.
A NO DEPOSIT
OUR WORK AND SETS GUARANTEED
The ,boy's mother died from a home
heart attack on the day of his Mr. KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONEY ,'NO REGISTRATION FEE

>ffnneral toasts JOE SCOTT
Air or bus transportation
AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO.
During the Queen's birthday son
arade> Dr. K. V. A. Rodgerswas 923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381 Advanced at Once
decorated with the insigniaof The

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John Sherman of the Bahamas School .. .
Police Force were decorated ( : ... :: .: .;: ,
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Miss Cherry Isaacs won the
popularity contest in the Elks d p.m.
Debutante Ball on June 10 at group
Bird Land, and was crowned zer I
queen by Dr. Jackson Burnside. II
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Runnersup were Miss Maria I II IIt IIx
Thompson Fitzgerald. and Miss Brenda


The Rev. Staney: R. Martin, Play I
pastor of the AME Zion Church, '
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patios, 2-car garage with electric eye. Many other beautiful features.

Lot 1S2 x 110. Underground sprinkling system, 12 parkway lights. So
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HEADACHE and cost $125,000.
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PLATTERS -- THE ,MIAMI'TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA I

PIANIST KIlLED'' SATURDAY, JULY 8, J961 PAGE" 3* ". j 1 4

Around MiamiBy BY ''ROBBERS P

Los Angeles 16eteEttves
theorized that Rupert Branktif' NEA Goes on Record ,
26, Los Angeles pianist with the I
DAVE DONDU i ____ Flatters quintet was beaten to
death In a robbery attempt Tuesday

- ; Roger night.Moore a resident In theUplversity for Integration :' 1
SEEMS LIKE of Southern California -
and
,
Metro Is 'on its way I area and told found officer Braflkef he heard' dying Atlantic City N.J. --The National pi, Georgia Louisiana Alabamaand Ir.
McLeod has finally screams had Education Association Virginia asked to have their
the ballots, 1 don't on his porch. Branket I recorded
representing more than 765,000 delegations as voting '
been slugged ,on the right temple. \ ,
Metro did everything / Nick Else said teachers went on record for the against the resolution following j
at times, they did some Branker Detective had Sgt.taken a girl homea first time Friday in support of I its adoption. ,II"
g6od, but frOm my eY the 1954 Supreme Court decision
and his locked
fieemS that they did half hour before .. -
on public school desegregation.
than} go6d. 1 ktiow fd' car was found two which blocks is I I"
that polled from1 tflaleah j i from the slaying scene the The Action was taken after
I eight blocks from girl's than two hours of debateat
tohle intb Midmi i more
area! !
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and about four miles from
but tickets.. then, you \, home the association's 99th annual
home.
to go t8 court in Iiinlei Branker'a convention. During the debate
the delegates voted down by a l lII
N&ct; there 1 is the narrow margin an amendmentto
ment for ,home owners PUN PHUNBy a proposed resolution that
were double-cposse8. I would have requested the officers II
Metro and cut taxes. Ha, i PHIL 0580141111 to "plan and initiate the
for Metro and get yo action" that would "support the at .,
doubled. I've never met United States Supreme Court decision
Leod /tout I think he A man goes to college to get on the desegregation of
the right thing. Let's a bachelor's degree. A woman public schools."
city of Miami back In goes to get a bachelor. I
of the commission and Many\ ft man figures he is the Dy a much larger majority the STANLEY SWEETING
county and (( head of iris family but he might delegates voted to insert as a
where statement of principle a pledge -7-
they were. just be a figure nead.
the of "continued support" of the "I Can Do Anything"
Thd reason? Well With Metro taking over
decision.
main part from bus lines, the drivers will lose I I court
cops The resolution originally pro Typing Letter Writing
their right to strike. Oh, well
and other areas cannot
Miami( and give you a if they like strikes 60 much let posed this year by the resolutions News Writing Advertising:; 1
committee viewed with "deep
f : them take bowling Income Tax Notary Public
spend your money I I up concern" the problems resulting -
City of Miami could use It has been said that an army from the decision on desegregation Public Relations
Sheriff Kelly travels on its stomach. No won
can run Promotions
department as he Sees der? After eating army food It's Employment !I'
The action was vigorously opposed
Voted him in charge difficult to stand on your feet.I Distribution
I I by white delegates from
stay In charge until he eat a lot of army food. At Southern states where teachers or any kind of ,
bdt. Taxes will go back least, everything I eat goes to
organizations are segregated.
mdjt J and we the people I the front. I I Representatives of white teach. Public ServiceSWEETING
ahd elect but city f Calories are something that are
,own organizations from
er Mlsslsslp-
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sioners I Negro consumed in great quantities by LAMARand
better Jobs, and, 'more waist ful people. associates
Will through our : My wife goes with me when I
Jon't pass know about buy clothing I pick the suits 1128 NW 3rd Ave. .
you 1 and ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE .
she picks the pockets.My .
All For chucking Metro, FR 9-4961 :
you know what and wife Is a stenographer (Modern Theatre Bldg.) "
chain. but I can't dictate to her. I am
not a salesman, but I often take For everyone. We specialize in
pn TTY fllRL of The I orders from her. assigned risks, with small down I In
Mrs Dickey (Ernest) payment. Financing arranged Ii .J '
Pretty Boy of the Week: Dt. Elks Night in Altman Insurance Agency, 768
Darby (Nip) Man NW 3rd St., FR 12421. Join NAACP Today
Town: Gregg Hamm.
Monte CarloThe
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TilE GLASS 1* moving Daughter Elks of Greater ;- ..:::...:::.... It 4l'
fact he is speeding. He Miami Temple No. 769 are preparing i
so well with his past for their annual night in
that he is bringing in Monte Carlo which will be heldat ANNOUNCING THE ANNUAL MID-SUMMER
plete Latin show the home of Dt. Fannie Mae
America. It is called ( Moton on NW 6th ave., Friday
Fun, starring fLos/ night July 21. A /big night all BARMAIDS BALLFor
Del Paraguay, this St."i night Is In store for fun lovers.
urday and Sunday with All Elks and Daughter Elks are
requested to Join in as well as
the show.
ful girls In
said, the Glass Is it : all; friends of the Elks. all Barmaids, Restaurant and Hotel Employees
the Knight Beat. Dts. Catherine Pedlcan, Amel
la Shavers and Bessie Harrison
SINCE have put A will be in charge of food sales SUNDAY JULY 30thIn
.
Clyde Killens as the Others on the committee are ,
one Is calling him that, I Bros. Festus Miller Thomas Rivers
plain "Glass." Well, at Rudolph Bradley Wlther-
I must tag someone else. spo'on James Isom. Dt. Sarah The Beautiful iNew-
Dottle Dudley the Smalley and Lula Mae Yancie
ganist at the Club Ml are co- halrmen. ?The public' is KNIGHT' BEAT PLAYHOUSEOf
Alley. She has just what nvited. Many attractions and
educated prizes. Be on time to win.
call an foot The Sir John Hotel
here on in Dottle Dudley
'mown as "The Foot."
lOU see her just say. Watch For DANCING STARTS AT 8tOO P.M.Of
Foot." Ask her to ,play
I'm she Mat're "D"
ly. and sure Play Boy .

THE PAH AND

will hold its monthly I ; i i} ; .I POPULARITY CONTESTWinner
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BARBECUE will receive an aJI-expeme-paid stay at the

Beautiful Home Famous Hotel Castelhaiti in Port-au-Prince

Your Lot j
FR 4-5874

7ftP adea Bar-B-Que VALUABLE PRIZES TO LUCKY VOTERS


\ Featuring breakfast lunch Vote for your favorite Barmaid, Bartender, Waiter :
& ai.J dinner. Old Hickory liarbectio or Waitress I

R from 8 p.m.

: Open' Fri. & Mat to 280! a.m
You may win a trip to Atlantic City

Complete Building Free Delivery ....

PLANNING

BUILDING Mall or bring to GOOD FOR

FINANCING Contact Headquarter*, Barmaids Ball 10 POINTS
Your New Home
Salt 225,' Sir John Hotel

Payment No Down I 270 N.W. Nth 8k, Miami, Fla.


MY VOTE GOES TO '

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: SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961 ing in detail that would tell what was wrong in the de IIII
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,partment. -. Hey Mabel,

Knox has been granted 30 days leave of absence. He BLACK .
, asks that his retirement take effect when his leave ex LABEL! "
,pires. He said he is not resigning under fire, but he is retiring -
18 months earlier than hr had planned.


Ye Editor thanks the following persons for lucious
Main Office at 0740 N.W. 15th Avenue-Phone OX 1-0421
Branch at Ilia N.W. Third Ave., Miami, Florida-Phone FR 3-2230 'mangoes received this season: Mr. and Mrs. LeonardAsh
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Styles, Gilbert Styles, Mr. and
II. K. SIGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher Mrs. Charles North; and Mr. and Mrs. William Littles AaWw,x y ir K tkT4
GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor
Thanks, too to neighbors and friends who sentFather's k $ ,
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YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKThe

National Education Association at its 99th an- AM1!
nual convention in Atlantic City last week went on rec- pHl
ord as supporting the 1954 Supreme Court decision on jjBEERI
public school desegregation. The first time this organization -
took such action. I I Ijl

s The association, represents morf than 765000.Mach, jl L Atlanta, ,Georgia.
ersrThe' questiOn'\v -'debated fo"h 1rl oreJtri1?'t'W o4ours! ., > ; <

and was vigorously opposed ,by white delegates from Mis- Burt Lancaster fights furiously in a subway car to As Advertised On
sissippi, Louisiana, Georgia, Alabama} and Virginia.The fend off an attack of The Thunderbirds, a Harlem boys
,action of the majority of this large group: of edu- gang in "The Young Savages" now playing at the Lib- WMBM
cators will help the desegregation cause. City Drive-in.
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The City Commissioners and some of our leading citi- "''n' ,k ,', .S ': '
:zens held a conference on the problem of teenage gangs
that frequent Dixie Park located at 13th street and 4th 1 gIu FOR SALEOR
and 5th avenues.Some cr 1 TRADE
suggestions' were made that should be helpfuland y {
: the committee will continue to work out a ,program Your home or lot
that could interest the gangs. For a brand new home

Chief of Police Walter Headley was on the right .
track when he said that the park did not have enough
personnel to maintain order; and was not properly lighted. What you can do 1260 N.W. 55th St.
1437 N.W. 56th St
& to fight... I
The commissioners have promised to light the whole e 839 N.W. 56th St.
area, and to enlarge the gates so that police oars could: ,\ice I(
drive through them. The park will be closed at ten p.m. C ONSTAMLY OBEY ALL LAWS 3-bedroom, 2 baths
When these improvements are made and proper sup- Garage, Florida room

ervision given, we believe better order will be maintained. + TO PROPER AUTHORITIES INFORMATION See Sunday 2.6 p.m.
REPORT HAVE ABOUT ANY CRIMINAL ACTIVITY
Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592

HIGHER POSTAL RATESThe -: I NSIST ON GOOD GOVERNMENT AT ALL lEVELSMAkE 11

Postal Authorities have announced increasein
an 7 YOUR INFLUENCE FELT IN SUPPORT OF
postal rates. Foreign mail rates will be increased from PAY, TRAINING AND FACILITIES
eight ,cents for the first ounce and five cents for second, ( LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS
to 11 cents for the first ounce and seven cents for each #
DUCAT YOUR CHILDREN TO RESPECT LAW
additional E
ounce. AND ORDER
Postal cards will cost seven cents except cards sent
to Mexico .and Canada. Hates, for these two countries will -"
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:remain at five cents. "' l Dj.J.. '
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.-. al InmiigiuonUOIKJ Director 836 N.W. 47th St.
While Pan-American Airlines is considering moving Sum Drpinmcfii olJuillt.(

'its world airways jet airframe overhaul activities from :/\lS, ROIpCT:' YQU.'; $345 Down $77 Mo.

Miami to New York, comes news that Eastern Airlines ,r'": .. w ta J:. -: 'C ('tti ivjJ, No Closing Costs
is planning a new $17,000,000 jet base for Miami. If this '
plan succeeds more than a thousand jobs will be providedat Large 2 bedroom CBS with
:Miami's International Airport. beautiful screened porch,
Plans are also being made for a cargo city on the ANNOUNCEMENT carporte, oak floors] beau
west side of the airport. New buildings will be going up tiful lot.
and this certainly will put many now unemployed to .,- -.z- ..;..;..:.Jt

work.At IT'S NOT TOO LATE TO JOIN THE 2920 N.W. 68th St.
present Eastern Airlines has some 7,000 employeeswith

a payroll of $50,000,000.HEARING $395 Down
$75 Mo.
45th Physicians Assistant ClassA -

No Closing Costs
ON TAXESThe special program of Medical Training for all Beautiful 3-bedroom CBS

Metro Commission sitting AS a Board of Equali- women (ages 17 to 45) with limited education who with screened porch, tile
zation will hold a meeting at room 1019 in the county seek more earnings and increased prestige. roof, awnings. Only 5 years
courthouse at 10 a.m. Monday, July 17 for the purposeof old. This must be seen.

hearing complaints and receiving testimony as to the Beginning Wednesday, July 5 .__ __ .._
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value of real estate and personal property. These meet-
Ings will be held daily for one week. If you are not satisfied 0 Day and Evening Classes South of 54th St.

with your taxes, personal or real, here is your oppor- Small Weekly Payments
tunity to speak your piece.BUILDING Custom built 2bedroomCBS
Air Conditioned Class Rooms with 28 x 10 Florida

room, garage, tile roof, oak
Free Lifetime
CHIEF RESIGNSEllis O Placement ServiceTo
floors
furnished kitchen,
C. Knox, head of the city's building department all graduatesNightingale air conditioned. 'No qualify
ing no closing costs. This i.a is
resigned his position, on Wednesdayafter serving the
city for 34 years. terrific deal.

City :Manager M. L. Reese who had spent six weeks CollegeFR ==- : --
Investigating the building department: made his report to We have over 500 homesto
the City Commission last week. In his report Reese said 3-1675 select from. Call us dayor .
that the department was run in a slipshod manner and night.
that ,there was lack of control by the director. 265 N.W. 5th Street Miami Fla.
PL 7-8456 283 NW 79th StPAGE'J
Knox declared that the City Manager's report was an ,

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Ministers Institute MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA.

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Jacksonville Two of the 1...,,<......':' ..
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greatest events of the year will .:,. ..,... :
be held on the Edward Waters '' .
College campus, beginning ,Mon <.i
day, July 10.21: Ministers' In- ;' .
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stitute from July 10-16 and Tri .
u Institute beginning July 1721. :''L..r... :: 1t 1'I'A'

FR These two meetings'' will bring to ''..::..*, .
the campus scores of out-.of-city ,, : '
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celebrities which include Come of

Any the top educators of the country, .' .. .'>"T" 1 1IJ 1f
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The Institute this year pre
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sents a different approach to
many of they trends. eraployfd in
previous years. At least 2,600 Dr. Marjorie H. Parker of

Joseph Hornsby, director of ministers, missionary workers be, I Washington, D. C. la supreme
and delegates are expected to
Mo'ar System of Beauty Culture baslleua of the 25,000-raeuiber
July
Cincinnati, who is one of an in in attendance from Monday
21. Alpha: Kappa Alpha sorority
17 until Friday July
terraclal group which will participate
in the National Beauty If you have not already sent in which will send delegates from
Culturists League's national the name of your choir ,to sing its 276 chapters in 36 states to
convention in Chicago, July 30- with the 600-Voice' Chorus of its annual convention to be heldin 1
August 11 at the Sherman Hotel. the Tri-Institute Meeting pleasedo Chicago, August 1319 Com r
-ANP photo.Masonic. so promptly.
ing the longest distance will bea

Youth Day atMetropolitan delegate from the sorority'sonly
African chapter in Monrovia -
Heads Liberia. Founded at Howard IJ

university in 11)08) the so
Return
From
All roads will:! lead to Metro rorlty's second chapter was organized *
politan AME Church on July 9, in Chicago in 1913. ,
Orlando when the church observes Youth ANP
I Day. A most interesting and en-
Numerous Miamians motoredto joyable program, \ 1$ being prepared photo.ffi&tfft
Orlando for the Memorial' and will .1>& .presented ; ,
A special treat is in store at
Services held for the late GrandMaster
C. H. Henry on Tuesday the morning's service when the SUMMER VACATION
afternoon. The following were dynamic youthful Christian DELUXE SPECIALNASSAU
in attendance. leader Miss Del ores E. Harte, II I I
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA prepared a master plan for the
future development of the coun I II

Father Gibson to be SATURDAY JULY 8, 1961 PAGE 7 I ty: ''fj




Cited at NAACP Meeting League of Women Voters You're IF can thinking IT'S help you FLOWERS with of, call any of IMWe 1 i-


flower occasions
jour
son's branch has filed 40 student -
l
assignment cases. He led

the successful light to desegre Oppose Amendment rf
gate all county-owned beaches,

parks and hospitals: in Dad e .. .. Ii:
County (Miami.) The League of Women Voter. be deprived of the opportunity

of Metroplltan Dade County opposes of obtaining many countywide ...
The Freedom Riders the adoption of the Me service which they had anticipated -
Leod amendment to the Dade receiving. iPerry's i
Hy Andy Razaf for ANP I
County Home Rule Charter for
Ride you Freedom Riders the following reasons: 3. It would prevent effective ,
And hold your brave heads high, 1. It would be a backwardstep : planning. It has been the convic
As you face prison even death, In form of government. The tion of the LWV for 'many years 1aH a
That freedom shall not diet I Commission-Manager form, exist that one of the most crucial :
*: ing under the present charter, is needs of Dade County is a com-
Yours is not Lip-Service the same form as that used in I 1 prehenslve long.range plan.I Florist :
You prove your stand with deedsAs most of the municipalities in I> Every year which passes, with
you rode forth together, Dade County. Almost 2,000 local its attendant phenomenal growthin i 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue
Forgetting race and creeds. governments in the United States population makes more critical -' Phone FR 4-1205
a have adopted the commission' the need for such planning.
+ local laws and customs '' More Than 30 Years ( ;
Y' bW Shall manager form as [being the most Our metropolitan form of gov
Continue to prevail honest, efficient and democratic eminent, under the present char of Satisfying Service
Is our a land united, form of local government. ter, has established an outstanding -
Shall Right and Justice fail? 2. It would prevent the fur- Planning Department. After

The whole world's eyes are on nishing !by the county of area over two years of studies and Advertise It Pays!
wide services. The citizens would surveys this department had
us,
__ __n_ _._ Is what we preach a lie?
1Pl1lI1UlllL1W.uauw.1JUUIlLWl! u; tfl\.t!rnl )JIfQ1IL
Philadelphia Father Theo- If we are judged unfit to lead; ---
dore R. Gibson, whose freedomnow What shall be our reply?

rests in the hands of the U. You noble Freedom Riders I

S. Supreme Court, will be honor Could: mean the golden dawn; ADULT HOME ECONOMICS EDUCATION
j ed during the NAACP's 52nd annual When all Americans close ranksIf
convention here July 13. so-Ride oat! Ride on! f
1. The Miami clergyman faces six
months in jail and $1,200 fine for FOR ADULTS
Units Give Chest
3
refusing to turn over the names .

of the Miami.Florida NAACP Legislative members Investi-to Free Chest X-Rays Northwestern Senior High School and County-Wide

gating Committee.
Three Mobile Chest X-Ray DADE COUNTY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Florida's high court upheld a units will be offering free chest .
circuit court ruling penalizingthe x-rays this week in Dade County -
Eplscopanllan minister for Division of Vocational, Technical and Adult

also refusing to testify from The Christmas Seal Mobile Education
NAACP membership lists. Father Chest X-Ray unit will be stationed
Gibson has been president of the at the Florida State Office
Miami NAACP for six years. Building //beginning Wednesday,
He will be cited at the con July 5 and staying through Fri. FIRST QUARTER JULY 3. SEPT. 22
vention's annual ministers' day July 28. Hours will be 8 ,
breakfast slated to be held a.m. to 11 a.m. and 12 noon to
Thursday morning, July 13 in 3 p.m. each day. 1961
the East Ballroom i
Pennsylvania
Unit No. 3 also on loan from .
of the Sheraton Hotel Doard'of --
the Florida State
Health, will offer free chest x-
The militant pastor will be
NORTHWESTERN SENIOR HIGH ADULT HOMEMAKING
honored for his "distinctive con rays at the following locations:

tributlon to church and commun SCHEDULE
Homestead Ace Theater in
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ity through effective social ac
the center. r
tion activities.
DAY NO. COURSE TIME
The citation further lauds Fr. Saturday July 8, Homestead,
Gibson's "lndomlt lble/ courage, Blue Moon SW 4th st. and 6th Monday IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction WOO a.m. 12:00: : 'Noon
Christian dedication and sense ave. Hours for these locationsare IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 12'IO:: p.m. n:80: p.m.
of social responsibility" and ends 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and 6 p.m. IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7OO: ,p.m. 10100 ...m.
terming him "a symbol of the to 8 p.m.Tuesday. IIEO 4 Iteglnnlng Clothing Construction tOO: p.m. 10100 p.m.
type of religious leadership need IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7100 p.m. 10100 p.m.
ed in these challenging and July 11, Naranja
changing times." Elementary School, 13990 SW Tuesday IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction fJIOO: a.m 12100: Noon
Father Gibson is also a plain' 264th St. from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. IIKO 0 Manic Tailoring 12130 II.m. 3180 p.m.
tiff in case tiled that challenges From 6 pm. to 8 pm. at Sunny IIEO 10 Intermediate Cloth. ,Construction 7100 I.m. 10100 I.m.
a Haven, ,Moody Drive, between
in
segregated eating facilities 137th ave. and 139th ave. Wednesday IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 9sOO A.m. 12100 Noon
the Tallahassee: Fla. airport. .
IIEO 0 11Ic Tailoring 12180 I.m. 8180 p.m
Rev. Edward J. Odom Jr., Wednesday, July 12, Prince IIEO 4 Beginning. Clothing Construction 1100 II.m. 10100: p.m.
NAACP national church secre ton General Store street IIEO 4 Beginning
across Clothing Construction 1100 II.m. 10100: p.m
tary announced that 200 clergymen from P O.
mostly from the Greater Thursday.July. 13, Princeton Thursday IIEO 10 Intermediate Cloth. Construction 0:00: a.m. 12100: Noon
Philadelphia area, are expectedat Pearl's Bar on Day St. IIEO 10 Intermediate Cloth. Construction 12HJO I.m. :1:110: p.m
the breakfast. \ IIEO fi Advanced Clothing Construction "ZOO I.m. 7100 11.1n.
., They will also hear a report Friday, July 14, Gould's Grocery HBO 0 chanced Clothing Construction 1100 10100: I.m.
' of the successful selective buy just south of Hamlin Dr.

ing drive 'by local church groups Saturday July 15, Goulds, SCHEDULE FOR COUNTYWIDE HOMEMAKING CENTERSNO.
against bread and gasoline comp west side of highway Silver

anies, which led to Increased job Palm ((232nd St.,) Club Down COURSE TIME CENTER
opportunities for Negroes. beat.
I The hours for these days will MONDAY

Dut Father Gibson's appearance I be 1 p.m. to 4 pm and 5 p.m. IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction lOtOO ft.ni.1OO: pan J. IC. Scott home
and citation will be the to 8 p.m.NOTICE. IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 0:00: a.m.12tOO: p.m. Orchard Vllln

highlight.The I IIKO 4 Beginning. Clothing Construction 7lOO: p.m.10OO: p.m. Orchard Vlll
association's attorneys ar I 111:0 5 Advanced Clothing Construction 0(80( p.m.OHIO p.m.. North Dado
gue that 'disclousure of the UNDER: FICTITIOUS III:O 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 0:80: p.m.OUU p.m. J, II. E. Leo
names of members of the NAACP NAME LAW I IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Contraction 7:00: p.m.' 10:00: p.m.. J. I', Scott Home
would constitute a deterrent up NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN IIEO ,I Beginning Clothing Construction 7tOO: p.m.10OO: p.m. North Dado
on the exercise of rights of free that the undersigned desiring to I
dom of association of the the engage in business under the TUESDAY

rank and file members of the fictitious name ofSHERMAN IIKO: 4 Beginning Clothing Contraction 7:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m. Mays High School
NAACP." HOTEL IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7:00 p.m lOiOO p.m. Frank O. Martin
465 N.W. 4th Street Imo 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7:00: p.m.10:00: p.m. B. T. Washington
Florida began Its "lnv08t1gatlon" -
of the association Immediately Miami, Florida IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7:00: p.m. 10:00 p.m. Dorney<< High
intends! to register the said name IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 4:00: p.m.. '1100> p.m. North Dade
after the Miami branch Initiated i
with the Clerk of the Circuit
the state's first school !integration I WEDNESDAY
Court of Dade County'orJda..
suit. A. L. Symonette, Owner IIEO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 10:00: a.m. II:,)() p.m. Bethel Church
Father Gibson's son, TheodoreJr. 440 N.W. 16th Terrace i 111X3 4 Beginning Clothing Construction. 0:00: p.m. Oioo p.m. J. W. Johnson
., was one of the plaintiffs. June 24, July 1, 8, 15, 1961 I IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing' Construction 7:00: p.m. 10:00: p.m.12OO II. T. WashingtonOrchard
Although his life has been IIKO 10 Intermediate Clothing Construction 0:00: ..m.- : p.m. Villa
threatened 11 times Father Gib* IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing Contraction 7:00 p.m..IfIOO pan Dorney High
IIKO 10 Intermediate Clothing Contraction 4100: p.m. 7oo: p.m. North Dade
I IIIX3 10 Intermediate Clothing Construction 7:00 p.m. 10:00: p.m. North Dade
IIIXJ 4 Beginning Clothing. Construction 7100: p.m.10:00: p.m Liberty Square

STAR MEAT MARKET I THURSDAY

Ij IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing Construction 7:00: p.m.- 10:04): p.m Orchard Villa
j IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing:' Construction 10:00 a.m. llOO p.m. J. Jo;. Scott Homes
IIKO 4. Beginning Clothing Construction 7:00: p.m.10100: p.m. North Dade
1520 N.W. 62nd Street IIKO 4 Beginning Clothing. Construction 8:80: p.m. 0130: pan North Dade

FRIDAY


THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE IIKO 21 Home Furnishing 7100: p.m10100: p.m. North Dade


For further information call PLaza 4-5491_Northwestern Senior

High School. Registration will be accepted at all centers according to

the above schedule during the week beginning' July 3. The reglitra' *

Fresh Meat-Low Prices tration fee for each course of 12 lessons U $2.00 payable upon entrance. r


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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI NEED MONEY

PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1981 I On Sale Here :. .: Join NAACP Today $25 to $600


-- Down MIAMI Town I:;$: r ::fI Call PL 8.3653

Ilamos Grocery, 302 NW 14th St. !
CORE Leader to 'Economy Drug, 1101 NW 3rd Av. I MIAMI TIMES: ADS IDEAL LOAN
Paik's Sun., 1201 NW 3rd Ave. 6105 N.W. 7th Ave
I Berkley's, 1201 NW 3rd Ave. I DON'T COST THEY PAY .
Service Drug, 1240 NW 3rd Av. I fit. yr&
Churchmen I Walk.Inn, 1042 NW 2nd Ave. I
Address Harlem Drug, 1400 NW 3rd Av.
Nick's, 1522 NW 3rd Ave.
Charles Mkt._ 340 NW 10th Ter. '
Lenny's Drug, 1700 NW 3rd 'A v. ,
Y. /
q C'eare' the most lifelike.In J Buddy's Gro., 1030 NW 3rd Av.

y the girls softball Arch's Gro., 1700 NW 3rd Ave.
us sports Jay's Drug, 427 NW 20th St. wf
has 1, tied 1 and lost
team won
Stanley's Gro., 100O NW 4th Ct.M"t'I1'8 .
softball team has won
2 boys
575 NW 20th St.
1, tied 9.and, lost 3. The mites
20th St.
NW
Dixie Drug, 505
I team won the one game :
boys
Hillside, 1842 !NW Oth Ave.
y t they played. Person's Sundries, 1501 5th Ct. f

In the library program 54 \ Eddie's Drug, 801 NW 3rd Ave.
pupils have enrolled in the book Barkett's, 708 NW 2nd Ave.
t. reading contest. Story record :P. L. T., 714 NW 2nd Ave.
sessions as well as regular I Alex Sundries, 715l/2 2nd Ave.
browsing and word 'games? are 818 Shoe Shine, 818 2nd Ave...
dally activities. Harlem Sweet Shop, 208 10 St.Carrie's i' :, c
Gro., 155 NW 17th St.
.,....,'4'.q Tucker Gro., 1400 NW 1st Ct.
Southern Gro., 1701 NW 1st PI. : 4
< Broward People's Drug, 402 8th St.
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LIBERTY CITYY
County Comm. Drug, 0750 15th Ave.
Little Super Mkt., 582O 17th St.

News Bethel Sundries, 0828 18th Ave. ......."".... 4t '" -
Smith Sundries, 0704 18th Ave.

,___ .__..-_.... ...-- 18th Ave. Gro., 0307 18th
"OJ HyWalter Uallas Gro., 0700 15th Ave.Ave.\\ At KNIGHT .BEATHOLIDAYNFUN
Dr. J. O. Brown project chairman Howe Betty's Gro.. OO04 NW 15th
for CORE, will be the morn Newton's Sundries, 032O 18th
Ing speaker Sunday, July 23 at '*a*&4r*&& i Lib. Beauty Salon, 0707 15th Av.
the St. Luke Baptist Church* Dr. Star Light 'Lodge. No. 542 will Griffin Gro.t, O572 15th Ave. : REVUE
Brown la sponsored by the Men's meet Friday night, July 7, 8 Bannister's, 0200 NW 15th Ave.J .
Day Committee of that church.Dr. I o'clock at the Masonic Temple.All and J Drug, 1410 02nd St. Pictured above are members of the
members are asked to be Seymour's, 1304 NW 02nd St.
Brown Is a graduate of present. Jackson's, 0000 NW 12th Ave. cast of the internationally famous Holi-
the University of Wisconsin, Me- Matthew's Gro., 0081 15th Ave. day-N-Fun Revue, which i stars Los
the
harry Medical College and I The Star Light Commandery Convenient Gro., 5804 22nd Av.
University of Illinois Eye and meets Sunday July 9, 3 p.m. at Lerner's, 2000 NW 75th St. Troubadours del Paraguay, which will
Ear Infirmary Among the numerous the Temple. Thomas Gro., 2350 75th St. open at Clyde Killens' popular Knight

organizations with whichDr. Llncolnfleld's Drug 2001 02 St. Beat Club tonight (Friday, ) July 7
the
is affiliated are
Drown South Brow-
Members of the
Flash Gro., 5552 NW 17th Ave.
board of directors of the NAACP ard VFW Post No. 8195 will Midway Drug 2208 02nd St. and will appear three nights tonight,

Dade County Academy of Medi- leave West Hollywood Sunday, Cecil Cleaners, 223O 02nd St. tomorrow and Sunday, July 7, 8, and 9.
cine, Dade Medical Association, July 9, 8 a.m. to attend church
Florida Medical Association, services with the disabled veterans CARVER RANCHESHowe's The Revue also features the famous

American Medical Association.He at Coral Gables. The Post MWTH Barber MIAMI Shop, JtUACII Pembroke Lopez Sisters, Elvirita and Mary. Inter-
is an Episcopalian. will meet Tuesday, July 11 at Mrs. MUler national dancers.

The committee's goal is $4,000 8:30: p.m. Maxie Sands 1020 NIC 155 St.
toward a $80,000 building pro OPA LOCKA Coming direct from Casino Tabaris,
gram. The church Is located at The of pastor Central, officers Baptist and Church memo Magnolia Sun., 14570 22nd Ave. Buenos Aires, Argentina, the attractionwill
bers
1809 NW 6th ave. The public is wish to thank everyone for cooperation Lowe's Gro., 1734 All Baba Av. be the first all-White Revue ever to
cordially Invited. Any public Miller's Sun., 15110 2nd Ave.
on Woman's Day. The appear at a night club in the'local area.
contribution toward this pro Bunche Drug, 2280 Bun. Park
gram may be made in the nameof women were at their best. Mrs. David Lawrence: 15OI 20th Ave.I A sensationally talented group of top en-
Ed. Helld crowned of
was
queen
the church.Summer Esther's Gro., 1710 AU DabaSamu..l
'tertainers Los Troubadours are
the Deaconess Board for raising among
Stanley! 1R281 18th Ave!
the highest amount.. vice Michael Sanders, 250O 100th St.: the leading stars of RCA Records, TV
Recreation president. Mabel lIe burn, princess t BROWNSVILLE and film artists. Exponents of songs, in-

I I .Bpic & Span 4801 NW 27th Ave. strumentals, harmony, dancing, variety
Program at Dunbar All babies reported i nthe con '}Weal's Mkt, 4825 27 th Ave. comedy ,and novelty, they boast a sure
I Ir Brownsville Drug, 4034 27th Av.
test. The winners were: Little :
Going Great GunsWith r fda Seymour, first prize; Monica Elnora's Sundries, 4320 27 Ave. hit attraction. Los Troubadours Revue is
Seymour, second; William Bowleg Tracy's Gro., 5010 NW 32nd Av. a "must" on list of things to see. Be sure
the third week of the third. All the conestants received Jet Drug, 2000 NW 54th St. to see and enjoy them at the Knight Beat
Summer Recreation Programnow gifts. Mrs. E. J. Clark Jlmmle's Gro., 2000 NW 54th St.
completed, here are the results chairman; Mrs. E. Kelly, co- RICHMOND HEIGHTS tonite, tomorrow and Sunday.
of some of our contests: Richmond Heights Drugs
chairman; Rev. E. J. Clark, pas

One hundred seventy-six crayon tor. Saturday at 6 p.m. the BTU '-.." ... .-.... .........................t;!;.... ..........'.....................................................,..................... ............. .1t'..
posters and 30 'marine' of Central will give a sale on L.....6.r.' .Il./a../w..u..u.lr..b..u......_........ .........h...................................c........................................_...........................
the church patio. Come and helpus.
watercolor) posterswere
and
(crayon hung in our cafeteria art DON'T MISS THE 2ND EDITION ;

gallery 16 participants Ellis I 11 iUI
brought entries for the doll contest Mrs. Hattle Bostic a OFSUMMER ut
:
restident of Hallandale since
: Geneae Bellen, Paulette
Cleare and Judith Rolle had thearge.t 1921 died at her home on July ; '
collections: Claudetteand 2. Mrs. Bostic Is survived by a
) t i
Paulette Cleare owned the sister, Mrs. Julia Mae Denson of
largest sized dolls; Judith Rolle, Boynton Beach; three brothers, j: JAZZ J
the smallest: while Sabrina Lewis Israel Ellis of Hallandale, Thomas
doll was voted the tuost beau of Moore Haven and John H 11 I
of Philadelphia; a niece, Mrs.
tiful. Frances Nash of Miami. .THIS:: SUNDAY AFTERNOON tl
the -
Glenda Foster wore prettiest I
costume on last Friday at Services will be held at 1:30 Ini 4 P.M.
the costume contest Orlenta I p.m. July 8 at Ebenezer Baptist EI
Crumlty, the ugliest; Phillip Church, Rev. O. W. Foster pas STARRING
Cleare, the funniest; Veronica tor. Thompson Funeral Home J
Wilson the silliest, and Eugene in charge.: u THE FABULOUS t


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BUilT
ANrnjijR CONVENTION OF TilE THE ''MIAMI TIMES --' MIA FLORIDA :1'1
CHUKCH OF GOD IN CHRIST .
Invade the world of."HAROLD HECHTS Ply MIIS O. GAMBLE SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961 PAGE 9

ha The assembly convened in the
young gve All-American city of Oakland, fJ
Cal, May 9-14 1961. From -the dream .a reality. Mrs. Willie Primary Class, Mrs. Julia Port
Miami we went to Chicago, 111., Morris. Church-Mother, Mrs. I ter the M. C.,' Mrs. Madell Mc-
eo-i atarMoDINA MERRILL S-S-E SHEllEY WINTERS to Join the hundreds of delegated I Marie Hepburn Shepherd, mother Swain, gave to us an interest
from east, west, north were eo Instrumental, !in seeIng1 tng program
.,' WcastdtlmiQBunitcdArtutsMv. > and south. .Journeying.with m, that each auxiliary paid I
'4 ; ;\ .: vs*' : 4 .I JA U t ;v. I were _Mrs.t Oleglna uLawWacfti.i.UJbut: { (wUhii*),'baiwwri imarch! i., Outstanding ladles appeared' ,
PLUS Mrs. Lula M. Bowman, Mrs.; I The Sunday School by Supt. T' from the connected church;
Edna Thompson, Mrs. Louise Harris; the Ministers' Class El. namely: A. M Cohen Temple,
Dosey. der John Truesdell; the dea Walker'a Temple, Richmond
cons' board, Dro. James Sim Heights, Hialeah Temple, South I
Leadership conferences were mon; the Hospitality, Mrs. Miami. Ft. Lauderdale, First
held daily where the women Marie Hepburn; YPWW, Pres. Deliverance Opa Locka Church,
A LOST LEGEND LIVES AGAIN! \\ '> discussed what we oppose: Fanaticism George Washington; the Young Perrine Church, Brownsville
Modernism, False Doc People's Spiritual Hour. Elder Church
M-G-M presents A GEORGE PAL PRODUCTION trine, Ungodliness Rom.' 1:18; Dan Coats; the Bible Band,
l Titus 211.12: ; Communism and Mrs Lulu Bertha Drown; the H, Each speaker was at his best,
Disloyalty to our Government. and V M., Mrs. Eliza Howard; as old memories were recalled
ATLAHTIITHE j We must say our mission the senior usher board, Bro. to our minds of the great work
work is growing by leaps and the this pastor's wife had done. Mrs
George Washington
ii LOST tfCONTINENT bounds in America and the usher board, Mrs. Virginia; junior Simmons Eva Smith spoke of her as "A
isles of the sea. Flower and its Beauty;" Mrs
; the S. S. Band, Mrs.
Yours for the Master's service. Savarlse Perkins
as "Ambassa'
Isabel MoCall the Class, !
Purity
;
Supervisor of the Women's dor Without Portfolio "
II M start,! ANTHONY HALL Mrs Emma Cobb; the YPWW I ; Mrs. E.
R Dept., Eastern Fla. Jackson, Mm. L1llo
3' 'V JOYCE TAYLOR JOHN OAHL C0"0 Mrs Oussle Gamble teacher senior ,choir Mrs., Mrs.Annie Savarlso Leo; Perkins the- as a friend In trouble M. Anderson ; Mrs.- .j\
Ann Coats, ItMo
IU POnT FROM THE PASTOR ; the Junior choir, Mrs. I Know Her hcr Gamble as
; Mw. May Cox of
Rose Washington, the Young
AND MEMIiKRSChurch the Church of
God
of
Christian Council Prophecy
Women Mrs.
of God in Christ, 1800 "Great Woman." Mrs. Athalie
Luchle Lewis the local etew-
N.W. Oth Ave., Miami ; Range also brought
ardess board, Mrs. Beatrice Jordan and greetings
April 30, 1961 marked one of ; the mothers board, Mrs. O.I lasting words of encouragement of
the greatest honors that was Morrison; the cradle roll, Mrs memory.
STARTS TUESDAY ever witnessed in the Church of I Ira L. Hunt; the Young Men's President' Ann Coleman of the
God in Christ. We honored our Class Bro. David Richardson; Friendship Garden and Civic
-._ late pastor Rev. Willie Gamble's the liusy Bee, Mrs. I.... Washington Club, Mr*. Ruby Dallau, Miss
-: widow, Mrs. Gussie Gamble, ; the* Sewing Circle: Mrs. Mable Parlow'. wero among the
State 'Supervisor of Eastern Lulu Thomas; the Young Wo outstanding ladle who witness-
COIUMOIA PICTURE* .. 'A jew westtn PRODUCTION Florida, for 29 years of active men's Class, Mrs. Ola M. Jackson ed the great affair. Those who
I service along with her husband. chairman of the floral attended and paid tribute are
The dreamer Mrs. Lorene Washington committee, Mrs Ethel Avant, too numerous to mention.
4If GOES I1AWAUAN" an ardent worker in the also was responsible for the Please accept our thanks to you
church for many years, made making of each banner. The also.

and>'e boys ____n ____ _____ The AIIYI1l."I.... .. ... ", e..... A..A\o
--- -- y. ""'U''''
presented Mrs. Gamble with a
9lowild
plaque for 20 yeans of active
service. The pastor and mem
bers presented her with a tokenof

THE FIESTAIn appreciation composed by Mrs.
\, Loraine Washington; Mrs. Eliza-
both Nelson presented her witha
lovely trophy. The children
save her a financial token of
Jove; the Young Women Chris-
4 The MARY ELIZABETH HOTEL I Ian Council and friends gave hera
I Totem Pole decorated with
green bills. !Mrs. Albertha Jamison -
PROUDLY PRESENTS gave her a beautiful doll to
w '9nF' break the silent! looks of the
ate paitor'is bed, and many other
'
y h RAINBOW COLOR By Popular Demand gifts.

3wESDAJ N MKmCAllAN D( ORAU( t Y to The forget Garden a beautiful Club Will sure summer not

"""' CmREINffi PECCYCASS' EDDIEFQYz JtFFDONNEII) Screaming Jay HawkinsAND bag to use for the safety of all
.rVIG01Tbam'JOgY, Mec..1.i monies.

Mother Gamble pledged her
__ THE life of service to Rev. Julius
h rLPPOl ..da PAUL.wU0c03 Jackson and Church Mother NorrIs *
PpducdI w it PAT NEWBORN REVUE lives.and members as long as she

Humbly Submitted,
STARRING Church of God in ChrLtt
1809 NW 6th Ave.. Miami

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': Theodore Gibson will NOW OFFICIALLY

I be the Men's Day speaker at St.
James AME 'Church 1845 NW OPEN

66th St., Sunday July 9 at the

11 a.m. services. For a real

treat don't miss hearing him. WorldWide.EmploymentAgency.
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Remember you are .always
to -, welcome at St. James and all day

/ me program has been planned for

1 your enjoyment. Ave.
3rd
Leroy Brown chairman 1307 N.W.

Rev. H. M. Harris, pastor
FR 3.5755e .
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'. SHILOH BAPTIST Memorial Service

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA \ Homestead For Pres. BurroughsSunday
I
I Rev. (Wm. McWesley, pastor MAIDS work in New
PAGE SATURDAY JULY 8 1961 Mrs. M. B. Snack reporterWe
10 I June 9 at 3 p.m. memorial York $35 to $55

the officers and membersof services will be held at

-I Shiloh wish to thank all our the St. John Baptist Church for Private home deep in free
TEMPLE BAPTIST ST. MATTHEWS Christian friends of. this vicinityfor the late Dr. Nannie Helen Bur ,
roughs, president of the Wo- room, board, TV, etc.
during our
their cooperation
Rev. ?l I. F. Clark, pastor '
Rev L. A. Thompson, pastor man's Convention, auxiliary to
three weeks of revival. The
930{ Rev. J. E. Munroe reporterOn
Sunday School NO DEPOSIT
the National Baptist Convention,
11:00 Rev W. F. Tanner Sr. preached
Morning worship :
QTU 6:30: July 16 at 3 p.m. there will for ten nights. U. S. A., Inc. 'WO REGISTRATION FEE

Evening worship 7:00 be a great homecoming reunionat Mrs. A. O. Parker president ofF
The meeting closed on Friday ,
our church 361 NW 17th St.
E C. Association has been Air or bus transportation
The Men's Chorus will have Every member of the church is night, June 30. Added to the
rehearsal Saturday evening. All expected to foe there along with church were 22 members; two the women's department of the Advanced at Once

members and captains for Men's the many churches who will be by restoration, four !by Christian F. E. C. Association has been

Day are requested by the chairman there to help us celebrate this experience and 16 iby baptism. selected as the speaker.

to be present. day. One of the speakers will be The amount of money raided
Mayor Robert King High and during the meeting was $366,
.
The number two choir, Mrs.M.
Hall Ambrose choirs from the various churches.All .
president C.
,
,
families ,will alt together as ST. JAMES BAPTIST
director, will render service on
Sunday. The Rev. I. Hepburn this is a reunion. 323 N.W. 14th Street ,

will (be .the speaker at 11 a.m. All ushers of the city are Invited ReV J. L. Johnson, pastor

to be the guests of our Sunday School...,....?......?..?. 9:30 I
Deacon A. J. Hanna returned usher boards and will sit togeth Morning Worship .,.,.......,.... 11:00: I CLEs

from his visit to Nassau on Sunday er. A special invitation to the B. T. U. ...........?,1,1....1,?........... 5:30: RECTAL DISEASE

Ushers Union Association and Evening!: Worship .................... 7:30: n t.RARiLEY'S .tnN .

The young people are busy the /Choir Union. All officers of The Sunday School and Train- I
preparing for the Sunday School the various churches are askedto
ing Union Convention of the At
and Training Union Congress come and be the guests of the antic Coast Association meets atSt. ., .... -.

which meets at St. James Baptist officers of our church. Please James, 323 NW 14th St.,
Church next week. come early tb avoid complication
Wednesday, July 12 through CUT-RATE STOREThe
''I !' July 16.
This Sunday we are asking all
ANTIOCH BAPTIST The welcome program will be
I
members to be out because the
on Tuesday evening at 8, when Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome
Rev. J. W. Stepherson, pastor pastor is going to preach his I all the local choirs of the district

M. T. Copeland, reporter first sermon in six months. As will participate. A goodly 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

Sunday School ................ .... 0:45 you know he was very ill and number of from Nassau

BTU ............................................ 5:30 thank God he Is just about all Bahamas messengers headed by Dr. H. Tweed Cologne 82.00 Stri-Dex Medicated .08
Morning worship . 11:00: right now. So I ,know you will W. will
Brown arrive Monday Countess Maritza
Evening worship . 7:00 be there to hear him. The public is invited on, Toilet Water 2.00 New Yodora Cream 1.08

Mr. and Mrs. John McMlnns Liberty City LutheranN. Deep Magic SJdnConditioner Noxzema Lotion .57

Invite you to a musical tea Sunday .00 Artra Skin Cream ..63lUea.ch
July 9 at 4.6 p.m., 4867 W. 68th St. and 16th Ave.S. from his pist as professor at Con _
NW 29th av. This tea is (being S. and Bible Class . 2:00 cordia College Wilwaukee, Wis- and Glow Jergens Lotion .54
Cream
Divine services . 3:00 They ,will also Good .75 (with 1 Free Deodorant)
-sponsored- In the ibehalt. of the : I ""' ,, L ." ....._ I'n.serve...__.... /_ ......Shop-_ Th I: t d t at C n" D.e_ P'e ___
No. 1 usher board's anniversary. l .v'r vi u.u.'uuuunu;: m ij.<" o r t med pro uc s a
There will be an after service h Lauderdale. ;o"M.;"
1 OPEN DAILY & SUNDAY 8 A.M. .
program Sunday night. The i. I _
Southland Singers will .be with JOHN A. McMINN. Owner

us. Let us turn out and hear JOIN THE NAACP! -

them. T '"

Baptism will be held Saturday, .. 10 ___ ___ .
July 8 at 6 p.m. Come out and I =
witness this service. : ; !
Our sick and shutins are Bro. For The Finest Apartments Moderate Rates-Call .

Joe Bryant, Bro. C. S. Culver,
Sisters Marlah Washington, Pre

cious Perry In Mt. Sinai Hospitaland BONDED
:
..Lula Williams, 2702 NW
46th St. Let us pray for them a

speedy recovery.

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OAK GROVE BAPTIST
The Rev John Dede former : COLLECTION
.1403 N.E. 164th Terr missionary to Nigeria, West

Rev. W. Henderson, pastor Africa, will be installed this

Sunday ,School . . 9:30: Sunday, July 9, at 3 p.m. as the
Morning .Worship . . 1:00: first pastor of the Liberty City t + d "q, "lr

B. T. U . . . 6:30: Lutheran Church. The' service
Evening Worship . 7:30: will take place at the auditoriumof i AGENCY loc.The

the Carver YMCA NW 68th
To the parents of North Miami .
St. at 16th ave. The preacher
t
Beach, we the co-workers of the
will be the Rev. James Bouman,
BTU extend a hearty welcometo
,
who together with the Rev.
you and your children to Walter Plnnt founded the largest collection and rental .1. W "
come and worship with us. A
church and conducted services
program of special effort is pre in the South in
for the first five months. Rev. agency ; operating
pared for each second Sunday
Plnnt will serve as liturgist, and I
which Is youth day. Our guest the Rev. Harold Llndeke, coun Dade and Broward Counties'Negro
for Sunday, July 9 will be the selor of the Miami Circuit will

youth club of all denominations perform the rite of installation

Saturday, July 8, 8:30: p.m. Pastors of neighboring Lutheran Housing areas

will be a WOlUanl ss Wedding, Churches with their congregations L. L. BROOKS, President
also a contest sponsored !by Faith
have ''been invited to par
ful Chapter No. 93 and St. Mat ticlpate. A social hour in the MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

thews Lodge No. 96. breezeway will follow the service.
10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

ST. PAUL A. M. E. Rer. Dedo a 1966 graduate of BROWARD
Concordia Lutheran Seminary, COUNTIES

Rev M. J. Fayson, pastor St Louis Mo., taught for one I
Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter roar at the, Alabama Lutheran

Sunday School . ; . 9:30 College and Academy at Selma,

Morning Worship . 11:00 Ala, after which came his three
Evening Worship . . 7:00: fears in Nigeria. His duties there

Included the care and
Our pastor has returned from respon-
clblllty of 21 churches with 1200
Indlannapolis Ind., where he
CY INC.a
communicants 12 schools en I .
attended the Bishop's Council
rolling 3600 children and teach
He successful .,
reports a very trip '
Ing of religion in high school
and wishes to thank the memo
Pastor Dede is married and has
bers for helping to make It
an. two children. 12 CONVENIENT LOCATION! ,
enjoyable one.
The first service of the Liberty
Holy Communion was largely
MAIN OFFICE
City Lutheran Church was ,
attended and our pastor (broughtus I
hed: Feb. 6 at the YMCA. It II
a soul stirring message. on I 2080 N.W. 78th aT. ................ PL 89827 1019 N.W. 6th ST.
Is open to all people, and is al.
The Pastor's Aid program wasa ways glad to answer questions 1801 ,GRAND AVE. ..........._,? HI 5.1881 Ft Lauderdale ?.?._. JA 45587
success. The missionaries held
about Its teachings and beliefs.
their meeting Sunday evening. 4240 N.W. 27th AVE. NE 6.846I ..
Sunday School has been held 839 HAMMONDVILLE RD.
Our sick members
are: Mrs. Ma
., rie Kelsey, .Mt. Sinai ,Hospital; every Sunday at 2 p.m., with the e 1675 N.W. 2nd St. OX 1.4428 Pompano TT1 ..._ WE 1-1238
service at 3 p.m. It is hoped that
Mrs. Mildred Sands JacksonHospital
; Mr. Keel, Mt. Sinai. services can soon instead.toe held Pas on 17828 HOMESTEAD AVE. Opa Lock MU 1.0617
Sunday morning
tor Dode will 'be assisted in his P.rrln. _-_ CE 6.8658 14460 N.W. 22nd AVE.

' 'J'"J' work by his father, the Rev.

MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T Albert Dede, who haa helped 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 3-8416
many churches in the'area since
THEY PAY
COST
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BETHUNE CALLS versities Is not shortage of. classrooms .
TO LAUNCH and low pay but shortage
ATTACK ON I ,FOR MORAL of character and low living.

America need an ideology. It laMRA. ,
IDEOLOGY ."

I CAUX, Switzerland Albert ..,.. _..." ,'..',.',I," ,
DISCRIMINATION AT STATIONSTampa Bethune Jr., of Daytona Beach,
i Fla. said last week. "America Meet Your Friends at
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- - - needs a global ideology If It Is to
The Florida State I answer its own national prob LITTLE CAL'S
Conference of NAACP branche lems. 'Sit-ins' and 'freedom riders .
today launched a statewide pro open doors that are shut, 2955 N. W. 54th St.
,, gram aimed at elimination of f Episcopal Ministers to but we must give all our backIng *
racial discrimination at Service to the fight for moral change
Stations operated S
by major oil and the cleaning up of corrup
companies.The' tion In the whole nation. We
need to give an Ideology to the Cold Beer and Wine
NAACP action came after Stage Prayer world."
a report that three .women traveling Pilgrimage Hot Sandwiches
: on U. highway 441 wereattacked Dethune, a member of the faculty -

,by a group of white of the Dethune Cookman IIAROLD YOUNG WOD, Prop.
men following Atlanta, Ga. The Prayer College,' who has himself taken
an effort
rest room at a Gulf 011 to Stationat use a Pilgrimage planned by the Episcopal -' part in 'sit down' demonstrations, rll.,..." " ,." "
Society for From addressing the Moral Re-
the Intersection of 441 and Cultural and Returning was .
State Road 192 Racial Unity of Atlanta, which I Armafent World Assembly. .wr.- -N.N.-
will Journey from New Orleans
The women, Mrs. Lorene Johnson to Detroit and scheduled to depart -I Germany He said, "Through Dr. Buch- Operation Clean up
Mrs. J P. Wyatt and Mrs. Sept. 12, will mark a fur man I found the ideology we
M. D. Cameron were enroute to ther step forward in the efforts need, the Insight to face my previous Collection of rubbish and refuse -
Atlanta when they by those Americans working to way of life, to change and
stopped at to take the challenge to the in front
the station about 9:30: p.m. on ward the creation of racial unity of premises,
June 17. The within the moral and world. He said it was the same
attendant religious
began challenge that was ,being glvfm'I I cleaning of walkways, gutters
tilling the car with gas but re concepts basic to our national
by the film "The Experience
Crowning
rest fused room.to allow them to use the heritage. I ." Made by MRA, "The and side walks in

The travellers on the Prayer i-f "Crowning Experience" is' based front of premises.
The attendant removed the ,Pilgrimage will visit by charter I on the life of his grandmother,
gas from the car at the demand bus colleges and secondary Mary McLeod Dethune.
of the women. At another filling schools and other Institutions Jerry Nelson of Chicago, who'' PLEASE DO NOT PLACE
station nearer to Klsslmmee operated 'by the Episcopal was a student leader at the Unlrerslty -
they were told that no gas was Church. They will offer prayers of California and helpedIn WATERMELON RIND ON
available./ Later, after running of thanks for those institutions the production of "The STREET.
out of gas, /sour or five white which do n6t practice racial discrimination Crowning Experience," added, I
men, one of them wearing a and separation and "The problem In American uni H..__......I............................
Gulf service attendants uniform will offer prayers for enlightenment }
attacked them.In and greater fulfillment of
religious purpose at those which
a report to Mrs. Ruby Hur have .barriers preventing' full
ley, S. E. Regional Secretary at participation because of race.
Atlanta, Ga., they reported thata

Florida Highway patrolmanwho Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., ,
came on the scene refused president of the Southern Christian V A
to give aid and prevented a Leadership Conference said
truck driver from helping the "The Episcopal clergymen who

stranded trio.Protesting will ride on this pilgrimage, using Mrs Estella 1 l\!. Williams, former
t terminal facilities at the
principal in the Dade .x o '
this
act, Rev. A. bus stations enroute will implement t
Leon Lowry, president of the the spirit of the Freedom County School system, who is
Florida Conference wired Com Rides fully since they will use returning from a tour of duty In ,
mander II. N Kirkman of the restroom, eating and other facilities the Educational Teaching Department ,.
Florida Highway patrol at Tal without regard to race. I
lahassee of the United States
asking that
tion be conducted to Identify investiga the The misguided opinions of i Army. Her sister, ,Mrs. L. Gaskin
those who urge stopping the ,
and family as well as a numberof
trooper and to reprimand him
so '
that there could be no reoccurrence Freedom_..._,,____ .Rides... ___Lu.because u__. they_ friends are anxiously await
uaileug urn uujum systems 01
Ing her return.
of the incident.
segregation and expose the e+
The NAACP is preparing let breaking of federal laws by merchants Mrs. Williams .served in the '
ters to 'be mailed to each Major and oflclals in the South, school system for more than 30 ''
a-
will be shown against the absolute S
OH Company requesting audi- years. She served as both a
ences to discuss the eliminationof necessity to continue thecha'lenge teacher and principal. Mrs. Williams py p I ey

all forms of discrimination at if customs practices, left Munich, Germany on
public service stations. people and institutions i are to be June 14 and arrived in New
changed to conform to democratic ,
York City June 30. She was met
and moral principles." by members of her family including
Body Beautiful
I a brother, Charles Dow- i
ens and his wife of Portsmouth,
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Contest July 19thThe EXPERT WATCH AND Va.

During her stay abroad
Opa Locka Health Club CLOCK REPAIRS she visited such places as Jeru,
will present a Miss Body Beautiful Andrews' Jeweler salem, Lebanon, Cairo, Egypt,
and Mr. Miami Physique Kiev, Leningrad and Moscow,
303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
contest at the Northwestern High DrusselLs, Belgium, Greece,
School auditorium, Wednesday, All work guarantees Bombay, India as various' Scan- r 1
July 19 at 8:30: p.m. 40 Years In eusineee dana vlan countries.
..
This affair offers the oppor- FR 3.0162sa In Miami, Mrs. Williams will dL
tunity to everyone in and around live at 1171 NW 66th St
the South Florida area to compete
for the titles of Miss Body -
Deautlful and Mr. Miami Phy
sique. IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE

4r't Contestants will use their SUSPENDEDWhy I

for beauty these or titles.their muscles to vie wait up to six weeks to clear your record whenwe '

can clear you and have your driver's license backin A alQ, ':"

Clubs and organizations are your wallet in ONE DAY at N 11 '
invited to ..sponsor contestants. f11
This Is particularly true of young
ladle who feel that they can Service-First Insurance Agency

qualify for the Miss Body Beautiful 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355 be Fashionable
contest. All persons desirous where
of participating can cantact and 16300 N.W. 27th Avenue NA 4.6612 (J1'!JOlt go

Ezekiel Poltier by calling MU Open Saturdays until 3 p.m.
1-3667 or by visiting his resl
;w. with light Royal Crown
dence at 1995 NW 162nd St. bright

,
Deadline for all entries Is I
Tuesday, July 18. Persons who
attend this contest will be awed Wherever you go, good grooming is easy with

by the contestants and amazedby Royal Crown Hair Dressing- tho light, bright

the feats demonstrations of physical modern way to keep your hair in style.
accomplished by the
students of physical culture.
Royal Crown Hair Dressing helps flatter your

Tickets are on sale at North's 1i hair with an ever-so.light softness brightens
Travel Bureau, Neal's Market, -
Grant's Drivein, Community your hair with a smooth, glossy }beniitv RIVPH!

Drug, Toback's Drug and Pratt your hair tho very best of care. ,
Cleaners.

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Go on TourThe


Midget Chorus of Rich
mond Heights planning a tour
thru Georgia, South Carolina
and North Carolina about the

5th of August. It will run about .
h FA&ivDU c *!.J thrifty,
10 days. Persons desiring to Join tool Royal l Crown Hair' Drmlng/ for rt
the group are welcome. A special women o.lux. Pomade 'for man 111 "
bus will be chartered to ac- iwt= ==. ,; !1 s 4Lvtd YDl[ 13e and MeAMBRICA'0 ,. _.
comodate all. For further Information HAM TIAM MATO /U. Box 3457 FY Savannah, Oa '
phone CE 5-1132. Mrs. tea H lit ttttt LAROB8T 88ULINO HAIR DRB80IN9JNAACP

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAMIn I IN MEMORIAMIn


DEATHS PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961 very sad memory of our sad but loving memory of
: dear brother, uncle and cousin, our dear father' and grandfather

ROBERT (Bob Fighter) ,

RUSSELLwho "'
f CARDSMEMORIALSncomplete. departed this life for the
Dies in St. AugustineMrs. great beyond July 4, 1958. May

Allie Grant, formerly of -- .. ...,- ,..- he rest in peace.
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Miami and recently of St. Aug- Mrs. Florida Mingo, sister L far;
ustine, died on June 11 in St I ed. He is survived by his wife, Miss Eleanor Haverly, nleca

I Augustine. Mrs. Grant is survived Mildred and Children, Jeannette. and
'by two daughters, Mrs. Thel- Mrs. Sarah Myers of 1437 NW Ronald Jefferies
ma Tripp of Atlanta, and Mrs. 73rd St., died June 29. Serices I Saffel Huggs 24 Gray fit., Miss Clara B. Mingo, niece .
Mrs. Mellovise Phillips of Miami, were held July 6 at Zion Hope' :Montclair, N.J. died June 29 Mrs. Blondeve Gaiter, niece

a sister, Mrs. Ethel Carter of Baptist Church. She was sent to while attending the Teamsters And host of relatives

Miami, a brother James Floyd 'alatka for final rites. Her survivors 4 convention. He is survived by

also of Miami, a.grandson, Sgt. are an adopted son, Olen J his wife, Martha, and a daughter. IN MEMORIAMIn
1 William Robinson, now stationed \Vhltted; a sister, Mrs. Beulah I Final rites will 'be conducted

in Korea; two great Brands, Hudson of Clewiston, a brother, I in Montclair.Mrs. sad but loving memory of
Michael and Pamala Robinson of
Mae Holmes 320 my dear husband,
Hattie of
Ocean City, N.J., two nephews,
Curtis and Arnold Williams. SW 11th ave., apt. 1, Home-
stead, died June 28 at the South
Florida State Hospital She Is

Range survived by her daughter, Mrs. ,
Clara Davis and a sister. Final

Acomie Phillips, 2310 NW 59th rites were conducted in Qultinan, ,
St., died June 27. Funeral ser 3a, x erR

vices were held Monday at the
Church of God in Christ. He Is Titus Williams of 2523 Douglas -

survived by his widow, Josephine, Road, died July 1. A native I

four sons, five daughters, one of Savannah, Ga., he lived in the
brothers. Coconut Grove area for 14
grandchild, five years.
REV. S. SAMPSONwho
Final rites will be conducted in I
passed to the Great Beyondon
Mrs. Nettie Huff, 11280% SW savannah July 4, 1949.

216th St., Goulds, was found Gone, but not forgotten.
June 29. Mrs. Carrie Johnson of 418 S.
dead at her homo on
May he rest in peace, and light
chapel services were held July Railroad Ave;, Homestead, died perpetual shine him.
PC A upon
3, Rev. Samuel Gay officiating. July 3. Mrs. Johnson had livedIn The Family
Mrs. Huff is survived by her Homestead for 12 years, comIng -

niece, Mrs Bernice Warren of here from Armond. Fla. She
Tl"usville, and Mr. and Mrs. I I survived by a dear friend, MEMORIAM

Leroy 'Brown. of ."Liberty City. Joseph Incomplete.Taylor. Arrangements are 1I"(

In of darling
memory my
Rev. Nathan McCray, SW

216th St., Goulds, died in Kendall CARD OF THANKSI mother MRS. ,BEAULAH C. BRADLEYwho
July 2. Serviceswere
Hospital conducted Wednesday at Emmett P, Braxton, 1215 NW \ passed away July 6, 1960
wish to thank the Rev. L. A. I often sit and think of you
Morning, Star Baptist Church 62nd Terr., died while at work Thompson, pastor of Temple FRED S. LARKINSvho And how died
is survived by his June 30. He Is survived by his died 5 1960. you
Rev. McCray Baptist Church, for the kind ser July To think could not. iood
you say
mother, Mrs. Rosa McCray; four widow, an aunt of Fredericks' vices at the funeral of my daughter Gone but not forgotten. byeBefore

sons; three daughters; ; three burg, Va. Services were conduct- Mrs Annie E. Clark; also Lucy Larkins, wife closed
brothers slater four grand Jd in the chapel July 5 at 7:30 the you your eyes
a Rev. J. L. Johnson, pastor of The blow was hard, the pain
children. .,jJA'' D.m. and the body was sent to St. James Baptist (Church and severe.
Fredericksburg final rites. IN MEMORIAMIn
his
ushers board. Even though I know your death
Glnlack 901 NW 3rd
AVe.James apt. 102 died, July 2. Ser- Infant Bell, son of Mr. and ; Thanks to the No. 1 and No. 2 loving memory of was so near
held Thursday at Mrs Willie Bell of 4829 NW choirs and ushers' boards of St. Only those who lost can tell.
vices were
:Macedonia Baptist Church. Mr. 15th ave., died June 30. Grave Matthew's Baptist Church for The pain of parting

Glnlack Is survived by his side services were held July 7. their services, and to the many Without a farewell
friends Sadly missed by daughters
Ginlack one and neighbors for con
Viola ,
mother Mrs.
Malcom Jr., his grandparents dolences, to Mrs. Edna Stall- I Rosetta B. Jackson
brother,, Rev and Mrs. G. E. Francis . I worth and Mrs. Linnie M Jones Corell Darns
Orlando. and all who helped to lighten Bertha Po'ite
McKinney of Charles V. Tisby of 1136 NW I our sorrow by words and deeds. Ella M, Reddick
5th ave., died June 27. Funeral Solomon Edythe, son
Wilson Seymour, 6717 NW 'Under the wide and starry sky,
services will be held July 8, 2 I
llth ave., died at home July 4. p.m. at the Church of God in Dig the grave and let me lie; ,

He was a native of the Bahamas Christ. The body will be on Glad did I live and gladly die, \,. MEMORIAM
having lived here for 40 years. view In the chapel Friday afternoon And I laid me down with a will 4
Funeral services will ibe held This be the verse you gave for Y
Survivors include his wife, I In sad but loving memory of
Saturday, July 8, 2 p.m. at the. me,
Evelyn, a daughter, Jotta, three our darling mother
Church of God True Holiness. uncles. Here she lies where shu longedto *
MRS. LEONIA MINGO
Mr. Seymour Is survived by his I I be, ROBERTS
wife Dora sister, Arlmentha Home is the sailor home from Aye
a of 148 ,
four Mrs. Nellie M. Green who departed this life In Key
Seymour, a brother John, St. 5 died at Com the sea, West June 30 1953.
relatives, NW 7th apt. ,
stepchildren and other And the hunter, home from the
munity Hospital June 30. The hill God saw fit to take you home to

NW 6th body was shipped to Quincy July rest
Paul Williams, 129 Rev. N. F. Clark
final riles. Survivors include We loved but God loved
4. He is 6 for you
St., died Tuesday, July And Family
Leo two sons best
his mother, Mrs. her husband, you
survived by
sisters John Henry Baker and Henry The things you taught us and
Williams six ,,
Minnie brothers. Arrangements Jones, a daughter, Nellie Lee, CARD OF THANKSThe I; the wonderful things you did for
three two sisters, Mrs. Annie Haynesof us still linger in our memory.
are Incomplete. Quincy, Mrs. Hattle D. Lee of family of the late Sleep on mother,' we will meet

Hollywood, a brother, John MATHIAS ALEXANDER beyond the Great Divide.
MRS CARRIE McCAUL
of St. Petersburg; a FERMENTwho Your Children
Thomas
House 'of Albert nice, Mrs. Ruby Lee Ferguson of passed away on June 9, who 1960.departed this life July 4, Miss Mervert Roberts

Dania. wishes to express its sincere Miss Mary Roberts
George Reid, 1603 NW 1st Pl. i : thanks and appreciation to the THE COMFORTINGI And Family

died July 1. He is survived by Leon Rackard of Tavernier many relatives, neighbors and would not have you back on

his widow, Rose. Funeral ser died at Para Villa Convalescent friends who were kind during its earth, IN
MEMORIAMIn
vices were conducted July 6 at 2 Home on July 2. Arrangementsare hours of bereavement. Thanksfor Your body racked with pain-

p.m. at Mt. Olivette Baptist Incomplete. Survivors In' your cards, letters, tele- I know that longing for your
Church. elude his wife, a sister.. : grams, flowers, cars and all mirth loving memory of our darl
,other kind gestures of sympathy. Your comradeship Is vain. ing son, brother and grandson,

Hansel J. Boothe died July 2 Miss Elva Mae Rolle of 1810 ;I I And yet, when I sit wondering,, HENRY LYLES JR.
His survivors Include his moth NW 3rd ave., apt. 8 died July 3. I I I Special thanks go to Rev E. As night is merged with day, who left us 12 years ago, July 6.
A. Culmer and the
er, Mrs. Annie Boothe with She was a student at Gooker T. entire memo It seems your spirit comes to 1949.
whom he lived at 2020 NW 63rd Washington High School. Ser bership of St. Mary Wesleyan ,bring "Just 12 years ago you left us
brothers. I Methodist Church, to the Rich. The words cannot And God took you by the hand
St., two sisters, seven vices were held at St. Agnes you say. ,
Services will be conducted in the Episcopal Church July 7 at 10:30 ardson Funeral Home for untiring Jn memory of our mother, To live on high with the angels

chapel July 8 at 11 a.m. He will a.m. Survivors are her parents, service. May God's richest Mrs. Carrie McCaul. In His blessed promise land.
lie in repose in the chapel from Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rolle two I blessing abide with you all. Susan Holt, daughter Henry Lyles Sr., father

12 noon Friday. I grandmothers, Mrs. Idell Rolle I Edward Ferment, son Joseph. Melton, son Lula Lyles. mother
And Family Albertha Llyes, sister
and Mrs. Maybelle Ware.
I
Wiley Spence, died in the homeof II Sandra Lyles, sister

his son, Wiley Jr. 16241 NW Baby Boy Petereson, son of I IN MEMORIAM Nolan Lyles, brother
18th ave., where he. moved. He I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Petersonof I Advertise It Pays! Anthony Lyles, brother
Is also survived by two other Mrs. Louise Seymour Delavoe
1430 NW 6th court died on In memory of mother, I
sons, Clarence and John, a June 30. Graveside services CHRISTINE NATHAN DORSEY grandmother

daughter, Mrs. Minnie B. Mc- were held July 5.Richardson. (I who passed July 3, 1960.
Burroughs, a brother. Services
will be conducted July 8, 3 p.m. I i The loved ones that she left !

at Mt. Sinai Baptist Church, Rev. behind> might not appear to sight NEW SHIP SERVICE

S. A. Thomas, pastor. He will lie yet she must know some way,
in repose In the chapel from 1 Bonnie Jackson of 14820'I some how we think of her each BIMINI EXPRESS

p.m. Friday. I I Buchanan St., Richmond Heightswas day. We might not hear, we
funernlized from New (48 passenger capacity)
might not see her Just as yesterday -
Charlie Jones of 6900 NW Bethel Baptist Church. Burial\ yet still she seem to be at TO BIMINI
17th ave., died in the VA Hos t was in Paradise Memorial Gar hand to cheer our tears away.
pital July 3. He Is survived by dens. Mr. Jackson Js survived by This dear one lives not here 'tis

his wife, Elizabeth. Arrangements his wife, Roberta, a daughter, a true but if we skyward gaze, ROUND TRIP $15.50
are incomplete. son and his parents, Mr. and we'll find up there a bright star

Mrs. Thomas Jackson. : shines and know joy fill her ((2 hours each way) ;
Mrs Mattie Baker, pioneer citizen days.
died June 28. Her survivors Mrs. Hannah Bowlcks of 2337 I Family LEAVES MIAMI 8 A.M. DAILY
Include a daughter, Mrs. Viola j: NW 57th St., died June 27 at l I II
Allphonso with whom she lived her residence. A native of Tal-I (Except Monday)

at 1301 NW 68th at., two brothers !. lahassee, she lived here for 10'' IN MEMORIAMIn LEAVES BIMINI 2:30 p.m. DAILY t,

three sisters. Services were I years. Final rites were conducted (Except Sunday)
held July 5 at Mt. Zion Baptist I. in Tallahassee. She is survived loving remembrance: of our .
Church. by a son, Colonel Gervln. dear mother and grandmother, Secure tickets and reservations at
; MRS. JESSIE S. ALBURY NORTH'S TRAVEL BUREAUFR

Sam HarrIsj f 1188 NW 6th I James Evans, a former Mlamlan I who passed away July 8. 1955 (
Ave., /une27iHV'is survlvi died June 27 In Metropolitan Gone but not forgotten. 9-8451 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue

$*Dy several relatives" of Madl- Hospital, New York I Mrs. Lillian Smith CHARLES NORTH MANAGERj"

eon,and a ;dear friend Mrs. Lu- City. Final rites will be held in Mrs. Oliver Neely, ._. .. c _, '. ,
ella Wheeler'\ Arrangements are Miami at a date to be announc Daughters and Family "' 0 'or" .




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Job OpportunitiesGreater THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA '

Miami Urban League. I SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961 ," PAGE 13 1
805, NW Pint St., II. Alien u
aA Wheatley Jr., vocational service. I
secretary Phone FR 10470. .

Girl Scout Camp Married. Couple I New Deluxe Home 4815 N.W. 21st Ave. f
as Caretakers.. "
<
; Open 1.5
Walters Experienced 3-bedroom 2 baths !
2 carports -
Treatment' Plant Operator 3 bedrooms, 2 baths ,
screened porch Hardwood ,
Typist-Clerk floor ':
Steam Plant Operator Florida Room
Handles
$1,500
Engineering Office Mgr. 80 x 100 corner lot -;
(Jab basis) Also 1995 NW 48th Street
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Constru t! i DOWN $1,595
on Equ pment: (next door)
FOR RENT KINDEItGARTEN OPEN OperatorSalesmenneeded 6090 N.W. 9th Ave.JE $1,000 Handles
For working mothers. Greater Immediately
St. Mark Kindergarten will be 1.5973 FINK BROKERFR
LOWEST RENT in town 1 and Indf
2 bedroom Apts. Adults only., $7 open thruout the summer. Special 9-2647
week and up. 3200 NW 47th at.Indf. rates clean, wholesome at- FOR SALEA
mosphere for your child Hot
meals pickup service. 1455 NW new 3-bedroom
CBS
53rd St. Call OX 1-7556 or OX .-
APARTMENT. One bedroom,
6-1637.
4196 NW 32nd aVe. I Indf Ju29 home Large living room,

FURNISHED APT. 2 bedroom 'And, IlIPGEWAr Kindergarten NURSERY summer school dining room, tile bath. All NOW
duplex. Adults will take a small
opens Monday, July 3. Half
dayor
formica kitchen.
baby. MU 1-0325. 729 NW 65th Electric
all day. Hot meals and trans.
Terr. portation. PL 82062. I I6ooo stove

UNFURNISHED: APT. Nice 1 992 I
quiet place 6306 NW 15th ave. Wanted at Once I 2971 N.W. 56th St. 3 LOCATIONS

FR 1-9797 or NE 4.1886.-1ndt. BEAUTY OPERATORAt L-.

APARTMENT. Two bedrooms


FURNISHED 4190 NW 32nd or ave.unfurnished Ind eflclency I 365 Terry'N.W.Beauty 17th Street Shop ,$150 Cash TO SERVE YOU

1 bedroom 1 kitchen
1 bath. Quiet and secluded 1 In FR 4-6872 $65 a month. Only $8,250
fenced-in"' yard", 3020 NW '62h full. price. !.2 ,bedrooms on
St. NE 4-3725 or NE 43259. Must be 'f near
ju15 dependable and large lot, NW 54th St.

want to work3Bedroom
FURNISHED Efficiency F r e e
. ._ ,
NW gas 32nd water ave.and electricity. 4190 Ind I .l1 1082 N.W. 47th Terr. I4I.

$350 cash, $80 a month, 2
FURNISHED APT. Very cheap, CBS bedroom CBS with carporte,

4-0450.In downtown section. I )NE on. I Hardwood floors, like new. fence, awnings, kitchen
furnished call for
appoint.
Lots of closet space, utility .
FURNISHED ROOM for nice ment. ?
sing'e' or couple. Small child ac room 20 x 7. Large Florida .
cepted. Near buses. 1831 NW : iftft'illliui'
20 15. All aluminum !
49th 8t. NE 38746. room x IsrTrTT +
awnings, child's 8x8 out. 1101 N.W. 55th St.
BEAUTIFUL 2-4 edroom In
> apt.
Opa Locka area. Low rent. NE door CBS playhouse. Can $590 cash, $22.50 a week,
-0500., OX 15453. Ind I be used for additional ator.I 2 bedrooms with enclosed

I age. CBS barbecue, 6 fruit garage, awnings, corner lot

FOR SALE i trees. We arrange financing .: ,
I

'25-FOOT business lot, Pembroke FHA Total $13,500Small TRIO REALTY Opa Locka
Rd. between 40th and 42nd aves
W. Hollywood.; Reasonable terms. Down Payment 801 N.W. 54th St. 2530 Service Road MU 8-3311
Call S. Slowln, PL 76412.
NE 5.8745 PL 9.8372
Jul 2 23DEDROOMS
2910 N.W. 67th St.
Liberty City
2 baths home. ... .. ..
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Beautifully landscaped, corner 6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661
lot. One FHA mortgage, built-in
kitchen, drapes, sprinkler sys
tern and many extras Contact ,A BEAUTIFUL DREAM HOME Homestead
owner at 3001 NW 70th Terr.

CHURCH RUMMAGE SALE on 2931 N.W. 69th TerraceSee 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7.9771

lawn, 1212 NW 79th St. Saturday -
July 8. If raining come in this 2-bedroom CBS home. Completely furnished, ....--.....--.-....

store next door. stove, refrigerator, washing machine, TV, etc., on a I

HOUSE. Come and see. 1380 large lot. For only $70 month. Small down payment. Complete understanding and sincere! service to
:'NW 53rd St.BEAUTIFUL.
families of all financial means are cardinal rule at
CDS home. Com Fentter's Realty 1266 N.W. 62nd St.-PL 9-0511

pletely furnished hardwood "BUY WITH CO.VFIDDRNCR" the House of Albert.
,floors all tile features large

garage no qualifying, no clos ... ...
-- "1"1--- The BEST needn't cost The question of
'ing (',ost,. Low down paymentand more.
: $80 a month. 2910 NW 66th
'St. quality needn't, be price. We give the same unstinting

DUPLEX $600 down. No closing service and personal attention to every bereaved
FOR
SALECOCONUT
costs, 2 bedrooms, one side
furnished oak floors, tile roof, family, regardless of the amount spent.
low price. Owner 3384 Shipping
Ave. III 36886. GROVE

If you are planning on buyinga 3521 FROW AVENUE Complete Funerals
house in Carver Ranches don't
buy until you see our new 2-bed I 4-bedroom, 2 bath home, oak floors, separate dining
room house!, extra large living' room, fenced in yard, sliding door closets, 3 linen
room with large picture win. closets, large front porch. PRICE REDUCED. from
dow and carports all formica $150
kitchen. Small down payment $17,000, $1,300 cash payment balance one FHA
reasonable monthly payment. mortgage, $15,700. OPEN FOR INSPECTION. Call

Sold by owner at 5240 SW 23rd D&H Construction Co. HI 81119.PERRINE ....-.-----...

St. OX 16453. ....-.......-...
Your Social Security can bury you. Call us for
FOR SALEA
further information
BUS. Suitable for church, FOR RENT! 2 bedroom duplexes with built in oven
lodge organization also piano
and other or church furnishings. and range, large lot, prices reduced to $16 per week.

Call OX 17556. Call HI 81119. I I

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RICHMOND HEIGHTSFOR
ATTENTION! Sub contractorsfrom
ground to roof. Pleue Inquire SALE! New 3-bedroom home, one bath, CBS
9201 NW 27th ave. to Home, Carport, built in oven and range. I.a. -:;
glre estimate. Statewide builder -
13701 JACKSON STREET
See Mrs. Watkins or Mr. .

Virgin. Jull $200 down and $100 per month. Move right in, no

EXPERIENCED Beauty shop closing costs. Total price $12,750.
operator. Will explain working

' OX conditions.1.2073. or Good OX business 10825. Call D& H Construction Co. \\L.L.: LESTtR C ALBERT, Funwol D .etor

69 ft N W 15 h Avwiu. OK 176611jI ....
DANCE TEACHER (inexperienced HI 8-1119 a ..
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Schafer Decisions Attention All Vets Woman Stabbed


PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY8,1961 Powers in Sir John The American Legion, William In Street Brawl -

Henry ntJePOlt No. 481,OfRichmond A 4d ar.-otci .woman: 1".M"
might!, is still urging found stabbed .to..,death at *, ,,
I N Feature all veUran to join them in 17th ave. arid 70th st., few
LOOKING THE making their community a blocks from her home last '
Jumping into the lead early in strong one. Join now we are Thursday night.
the bout and carrying the fight waiting. There's a lot In store She was Identified as Mrs.
SPORTS WORLD OVER all the way, Tommy Schafer, 186 for you. Sarah M.' Meyers of 1437 NW
of Pittsburgh, won a unanimous The Post also has affairs on 73rd St. Witnesses told police ,
decision over Jerry Powers, 133, Saturday night on the corner of t they saw the woman "in an ar "
t By LEO B. ARMBRISTERr'S Homestead, in the 6-round main Polk St. and Perry Drive. Barbecue gument" with a man and "then

.o ., attraction Monday night at the t is on sale along with a she fell down
.. ns Sir John Arena. Powers proved free whist game.. Cio.o. t and Police held William fl. Ford,
lIE UIING'V A DEATH J J.' to be a good counter.puncher take your friends and have a 29 of 1250 NW 62nd St., as "a
HFX3KKTTED BY ALL r ,' I but could not overcome the lead good time. All members are asked material witness.
SPORTSMEN i. .'J. established by Schafer. to attend their meettn s. For

Although Ernest Hemmlngway over Eddie Machen Monday gained Willie a James unanimous, 146 count Greenville over, further information contactJoseph Natidnal l S.Ss 8l< U.
night certainly Steward, post) commander
was known does
best through the not make
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him shine Willie Fluney, 146, Miami in the CE 5-148G at 14660 FilmoreSt.
years for his literary contribu as a likely challenger ,
round dive
semi-final bout. James FO
for br Edward $5,500 r
tions to the publicity worldhewas Floyd Patterson's crown. Hanna Jr., CE
; proved to be in command Of the
one of those multiple char. There are many angles to mak action all the 6-1283, 14780 Tyler St., Murray

acters headlined that may just as easily be paid ing a fight attendance successful which; one !is the Tomas Arcy,ways 136, San JUan, James Carver Jr.Drive, CE 5-0956, 14380 indff i Fr et(jbirl, Struggle
across the sports page only acoied a TKO over Cliff Tomlin-
comes Atlanta ll wad j disclosed!
if the -
tor a successful contest is likely to
hunting expedition : son, 136, Tampa in the 3rd
be a good ---- today by Dr. Martin Luther
action ,
in Africa or for mastering match. Conceiv round of the opening 4 rounder. King;
a bull in a bullfight in Mexico, ably. Johnson cannot furnish and Rose Bud Woods from Miami Jr., president of the Souttiertt
or for landing a prize: sailfish this type of action.nOWI.XG Grady McLendort, 125, Dublin, ; Mattie Pope from Talla Christian Leadership Conference
off the Florida keys. Ga., earned a unanimous decis hassee and Annie Bell Thomas that $5,500 was turned over to
Hemmlngway was endeared by AT THE MI LANES ion over Jose Gonzalez in the from Jacksonville. Accompanying hisanizaa rgo. J lye

all sportsmen the world over and Bowling by the ladies in the second 4-rounder. them were members of the various his organization to aid the Free
sportswriters who worshipped an Mixed League last Lonnie Hylor, 163, Miami guilds throughout the state. dom struggle in the South. The
active and adventurous sportsman night was consistant Wednesday captured a unanimous count overJack gift came from Dr. O. K. Max.
will miss the many oppor l leave them unchanged enough in to Daniels, 149, Miami in the well, president of the National
tunities Hemmlngway's death one, two, three positions. their 3rd three rounder. Sunday School and BTU Con-
will cease to give them to exploit Karrillion Beauty Salon Vincent Parker, 145, Tampa, t ; gress which convened in St
this great adventurer's ac ever came on with a bang,, leap how I won a split decision over Chan Louis, Mo. recently,
tivities. Tomlinson, 142 Tampa
ing from the seventh spot to the 5 Dr. King, In response to the

REDS AM TIGERS CLING laws fourth. The standings are as fol- "'""' .....-, M ._!1'" .... .. gift, remarked to 1>1'. Maxwell,
TO RESPECTIVE LEADS : "This is one of the most genera
1. Kathy ous offerings We have ever received ,
The old baseball idom that 2. EAL Golden Falcons in a single meeting which
the leaders of the respective 3. Cecil's Radio and TV w reflects a sincere cbncern of the
leagues when April 4 roll 4. Karrillion Beauty Salon Congress for the freedom
around put those teams in the 5. Royal Drive Inn Struggle In the South,"

drivers seat to win the champ 6. Zipha Bryant L42 .
ionship in late September, must 7. Spare Masters --

have been well-studied In the 8. Metropolitan Cleaners I a ..
camps of both the Tigers of the 9. Earl Edge ., SEE THE SdUf H'3
American and Cincinnati of the 10. EAL Silver Falcons LEADING CdLOREft
National leagues. High individual
game remained -
The Tigers desperately fought unchallenged with Leo STRAIGHTENYOUR PSYCHIC READER

off the assault of the Yankees Armbrister; 227; Robert Jacks -CONSULT HER .
and when the dust of battle had ,?, 220 J. Hagan 216. -
cleared they were still perched Ted Potter took over first'I HAIRat I
a bit precariously, but at the place in the Individual 3-game
top of the heap. ; high score with 663; Darden I HOME in
one quick
The Reds found their Job a Baker held on to second with 554
little easier giving Pittsburgh and Ben Nixon erased Earl EASY APPLICATIONYou
the kind of treatment a leader Edge's 537 and Robert Jackson's
would dish out to a team strug 527 from the board with a third can have natural-looking
gling to stay In the first division.STAR place 544.Better, straight hair the safe, easy
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themselves together into two opposing princess! captain of the Hattie .C. i like results. Your hair stays and her years of experience guide
teams next Tuesday and I Dandridge Grand Guild of Flori< straight and easyto- for protect you throughout lift
give the American public College Now da, returned manage as a lighthouse guide the ships. In
a early Thursday months will not go back a storm. For
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crop alone can give. The Students who are thinking attended memorial services for
occasion is the first of two All- about attending Dade County the late Grandmaster Charles FOR MENl Regular Strength for short STAY IN THE RUT. GET
star games this one being played Junior College this fall find Haywood Henry and recognition coarse hair OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF
in San Francisco. that may ceremonies for GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU.
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that each player is indeed lege and officials expect a waiting -
to be endowed with. proud list of applicants to. develop :
Ernie very soon. 10 a.m.' 3 p.m.
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Since admission is granted in
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Fellowship' ANTIOCH BAPTIST CHRISTIAN FELLOWSHIP THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Rev O. W.. Foster, pastor 320 N.W. 20th Street II ,
SATURDAY JULY 8 1961 PAGE 15
Dinner July 17 Rachel B. ,
Pratt, reporter Elder G. G. Fann, pastor
Sunday School . . t:80 Sister Mary lirowder, reporterWe
Monday. evening, July 17, Is Morning Worship . . 11:00 Invite yoii td come and -
the time set by the Baptist BTU . . . . 6:30. worship with us. Father Gibson is
Women of Miami for the World Evening, Worship . . 7:00 Sunday School . . 10:00'
Fellowship Dinner at Mt. Zion Morning worship . 11:30 Men's Day SpeakerThe SEE THE WORLD'SGREAT
Baptist Church. On Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the Evening worship . . 7:30 SPIRITUAL
Deaconess Board, under the
Meetings have been held at leadership of Mrs Dora Lundy, men of St. James will ob-
NEW PROVIDENCE LEADER
M. B.
the St. John Institutional Bap will sponsor a special program. serve their 13th annual Men'sDay I
tist Church Mrs. Llllle Ross and Rev. C. at which time Father Theo-
J.
every Thursday group Burney, pastor
dore Gibson rector of Christ AND PHYCHIC READER
evening, and all plans are being members are planning an inter Sis. Claudia Wilson, reporter ,
whipped Into shape for the ,oc esting and enjoyable afternoon.The Sunday School . . 9:30 Episcopal Church, will be the
casion. members of choir No. 2 Morning Service . . 11:00 guest speaker at 11 a.m. BISHOP HUNTER,

The ticket chairman of the cordially invite you to attend a B. T. U. . . . .6:00: Father Gibson, well known In If sick worried
musical Evening Service . . you are or don'tfail
7:30
various churches are urged to be program on July 14 at religious and civic activities attended to BOO mo today. Office hours
present at the final weekly meet 8:15 o'clock. There will be : the public schools here. dally 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Thursday
choirs from various churches in MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. tie graduated from St.
AugusUne's
-
ing on Thursday. July 13, to. the 1 p.m. to 0 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.
community to appear on the College, Raleigh, N. C.
make their.reports.. Miss Marie to 3 p.m.READINGS.
E. M. Thofas
castor
program. where he received his B. A. degree
White Is chairman and Mrs. Phyllis Myers reporter
I lIe also attended Bishop
Thedfbrd Johnson, treasurer. I The anhual Youth Day will! be Sunday School . . 9:30: Payne Divinity School where he

: observed on the third Sunday, Morning Service . 11:00 received tho BID degree. Father
All monies; and tickets will be 'I July 16. They haVe selected for BTU . .,. . . .-.'. 5:30: Gibson is an outstanding char- $1.00up
Mrs. Irene G. Pratt-
checked.Wilder of Mt. Olivette Baptist Twelve their general theme, "The Evening Service .... . 7:00 acter in our city, and is doing
Keys to God's Resources.
Church is chairman of the finance ." Sunday morning much to help make our community
The everyone was
young people of ourchurch 5417 SW 17 St.
a better place in whichto
committee. :Mrs. A. E, and in the city will be happy to hear the pastor deliver live.
Tinlay&on of Macedonia and in charge of the day's services. the message. It was very inspi WESTHOLLYWOOD

Mrs. Addle, Pierce of Mt. Zion The morning speaker will be rational. At the evening service, an Interesting *
will assist. There will also be a Bro. Allen Turner and the has been
even- program
reception. Mrs. Helen Jones and Ing speaker will be Bro. Franklin Again Sunday night the pastor fanned: for your enjoyment. FLA.MIAMI. (l'itop IlUNTKIt
Mrs. Irene Dukes are co-chait- I delivered another great message
Clark. They will speak from The Lord's The male chorus will render the
men, assisted by a large com the above theme. Come out and I Supper was administered music throughout the day
mlttee., All ministers are invit hear these dynamic speakers. after the service.
ed. President Finlayson and We Invite you to come and TIMES ADSDONT
President Susie Holly will be Next Sunday at 3:30: the Wil worship with us this the best
Youth Day ObservedJAMES ling Workers are giving a tea
Men's
day in the
present. All persons Wh.av history of our
is In behalf COST
at the church. This tea church. THEY PAY
tiCKets are requested to this last
of the Willing Workers' anniversary
minute call in order that partial
on July 23. The guest
report may be rendered by every .
speaker will be Miss Emily Bernard -
church.
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The sick and shut Ins are Sla. !1
Church of The Open Door Emma Jackson and Bro. Noble

(Congregational) Bush

Rev. II. C. McDowell, pastorA.

E. McNael. reporterOur BAHA'I FAITHThe

youth continue to enjoy Miami Community of the
the camping experiences. Julius Baha'J World Faith will gatherat
Lee and James Ervin have re noon Sunday, July 9 in the
turned from senior high confer garden of the home of Mr. and
ences. Carleen Bush, Sandra Y
Mrs. Wm. Bethel, 545 NW 26th
Fox and William Brown
arc St., to observe the anniversaryof
presently at camp in Avon Park the martyrdom of the Dab '

There is an appropriate recreation .. forerunner of the Baha'i Faith, : _
in the educational!
room
In His
The Dab wan a prophet
building, we would be hoping to
Founder of
own right, and was ,
have It used for small
parties the Dahl religion, but His chief
especially by the youth of the F
for
to the
duty was prepare way
church with our facilities and
One greater than Himself Who
our grounds there is always ,
followed after The Bab'sexecution
:some place to go. u_______ soon
in 1850 and the perse

Mrs. Marie Faulkner Brown is CALVIN FERGUSON. cution of His followers were FOR SALEThis
in Phl'adelphia! attending the Morning\ Speaker meant to suppress this new re
general conference of the Con ligion but they failed. Instead,
gregational representing all Sunday, July 9 will be observed in 1863 the sable turned to the
churches in Florida of which the as Youth Day at New Dethel Promised! One, Baha'u'llah, Pro. Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 baths
Church of the Open Door is a Daptlst Church. The public is phet-Founder of the Baha'i
member. invited to come out and enjoyour World Faith. Brand New Home
morning and evening ser
Something very special is In vices. I I The title, Dab, moans "gate.
store for way" in Persian. Many people Located at
you next Sunday, July
Our speaker for the morning
throughout the world feel that
9. Plan to be Our
lar morning worship present.starts at regu-11 will be James Calvin Ferguson, a His coming fulfilled prophesiesIn 3200 Frow Avenue, Coconut Grove

a.m. Church School, Men's Bible 57 graduate of NorthwesternSenior the Bible and Koran. He was

Class and Women Fellowshipstarts High School. born in Persia, which the Blb'.e: Designed And Built For The Hard to Please
called Elam. The year of His
at 9:45. Friends and vial.I
I There will be ,
a program of
tors are always welcome. declaration, 1844, was thoughtby o
talents at our evening service. many groups in America and

Sponsors are Mrs Inez Ferguson Europe to be the year of the 0 Tile Roof Large Closets
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST and Mrs Hazel Levan. ,:'promised second coming of
Built-in Kitchen Electric
There will be a sale at Deacon Christ. The Baha'ls are those Range
1571 N. W. fiith Terrace Fred Williams' home, 1620 NW'who have recognized the findingsof Mr. and Mrs. Closet Electric Oven

leacon RPV. Ernest Fred Williams Williams, pastor 7th St., July R. Come and help biblical experts who have Circular Driveway Fully Landscaped
,
Sunday School . . reporter. 9:30 us. named 1844 as the time of the Large Rooms Custom Built

Morning worship . 11:00 ST. MARK PRIMITIVE return of Christ. Corner Lot Terms

Hvenlne Service . . 7:00 The public is cordially invitedto
1455 NW. 53rd St. attend this observance.Mt. GO BY AND SEE THIS
SI*. Sarah Williams secretaryRev

Men's Day at F T.. Johnson pastor Olive MissionaryRev OUTSTANDING HOMEThen

iMirtnv School ........................ 9d1) Ebenezer *fom'n* Worhlt' ................ Itrftfl"Venln Benjamin Franklin, pastor Call
SundaySunday Worship .................... Ttffl 2nd Ave., Hallandale, Fla.
R. T U. .......................-.......... 8-so: Yvonne Jackscn, reporter NE 3-3408 For DetailsArranged
July 9 II! Men'. Day Sunday School ........................ 843;
at Ebenezer .Meth dlst Church. W. welcome you to attend all Morning service .................... 10:45:
James E. Huyler administrative of our service, also take advantage Evening service ...*............... 7:30:
assistant at Beth une-Cookman___.__ L.our. kindergarten service.
College will' be the morning ior working parent.A .
speaker A. D. Moore, district 'barbecue sale will be held
manager of the Central Life Insurance for our church at Doris. Grocery
Co., win be the evening Store on 17th Ave. and fifith St.
speaker. The public is invited tar Friday and Saturday of every
come out and hear these out. 'week. We have Just returned AUTO LIABILITY

standing speakers and a well from a successful Sunday School
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, r PAGE, 16 SATURDAY, JULY 8, 1961 I Rosetta Smith Leads in : YOU ARE Planning on buying .
I a home in Carver Ranches,
It. Poll don't buy until you eta our two-
Barmaids Popularity ? bedroom, large living room with
large picture window, all form!
The Popularity Contest is now vote that could win the' contestfor ca kitchen and carports at I 6240)
running at fever pitch as it your favorite. Find the coupon Sw 23rd St. Call OX 15453.
moves into the final weeks be and fill it out nowl ',' jutS
fore the winner is selected. The final
the
The announcement of
contestants, all of them at the ,
winner will be made'at the an
moment being barmaids, are Barmaids Ball. EXPERT WATCH AND
nual Mid-Summer
gathering votes rapidly In 'com.
petlng for the fabulous top which is being held this year at. CLOCK REPAIRS
prize of an all-expense vacation the beautiful new Knight Beat Andrews'
x voted for Club of the Sir John Hotel on, Jeweler
Have
trip. you your
'r R 'kpS" }. faorite yet? Sunday night, July 30. Namesof 303 ,N.W. 2nd Ave.
ar the Lucky Voters will .be an
k' > ., ) \ Top prize is the choice of a nounced at that time also .Musiofor All work guarantees
will be 40 Years In Buslneae
week in Atlantic City during continuous dancing ?
Miss America Beauty Pageant supplied by two bands, the orchestra FR 3-0162
time, first week in September. of Dizzy Jones and the
\ a t;; There yqu will be a guest at ,the versatile stylings of the Frank
beautiful new Jamaica Motel, Dubotse Combo. Bobby Marshall
your hast. Ueggis Edghill. will MC. a complete floor show
Round trip air transportation and there will be a raft of guest',
The Boardwalk the A. C. stars who will make I on-the-spot New Bargains!
Race Track Club Harlem appetn,'ance. Plan now' to attend!

t and the Larry Steely Show As of Wednesday 'night, the. MAKE OFFER
a 'trdly glorious week. Or, voting of the leaders is as folio
should you prefer, a visit to the wi: i Open 3.5 p.m.
enchanting Island of Haiti,
town: there by Pan AmericanJEt Rosetta Smith ,Down Payments
Clipper and a stay at the Savoy Satellite , 4,000
new and modern 10-story Hotel Lorean Carr Your Lot or Home
k } s I Castelhaiti. Cockfighting 535 Club . .. t.. 2,000
Voodoo Dancing Native Jerry Williams 1430 N.W. 59th St.
Singer Sarah Vaughn and her the Illinois Children's Home and Ploor Shows French and Mary Elizabeth . 3,000.
husband, Clyde D. Atkins, of Aid Society and many social' Creole cuisine In fabulous, exciting Ida Moore bedroom, 2 baths, garage,
Englewood, N.J., are shown as agencies like it, adoption is Haiti Sir John Lounge . 2,000 oak floors built-in electric
they took their newly adopted available to childless couples of One of these trips will also be Debris Taylor ,
baby home from the Illinois all racial groups and nationalities. offered to one of the lucky voters Baker's Bar . 2.000. kitchen, Florida room.
Children's Home and Aid Society Cooperating with the agencyin who cast their ballot for one Betty Gray
in Chicago. Like many other the placement of an Infant of the candidates, plus a chance King O'Hearts . 2,000, 1232 N.W. 55th St.
couples. Mr. and Mrs. Atkins with the Atkins was the Child for a U. S. Savings Bond All Erma Matthews I
turned to an adoption agency to ren's Aid and Adoption Societyof that is necessary is fill out the 535 Club . .. 2,000:
help them realize their wish to East Orange. N.J. ANP coupon for the purpose. Your Others with less than 2,000. 1426 N.W. 58th Terr.
be parents to a child.- Through photo. vote will count and. may be the points not listed.

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JUST BROWSIN', longshoremen returnedto NO MONEY DOWN
work unloading ships that Mr. Muhammad's Radio Program
By PAUL HENRY were tied up because' of the na We build on your lot
tion's maritime ..strike.
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a EVERY SUNDAY MORNING-6:30 A.M.
I Cash paid for your lotFORSALE
Food stations for Miami's
needy have been set up at the County Manager Irving McNayron I Radio Station: WMIE-1140 on Your Dial
Booker '1". Washington, Northwestern Wednesday suspended JamesL. .
School. O'Shea, a property adjustment
and Carver High VISIT MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE
More than 475 persons have officer and Charles Taylor, _
registered for free food, while Metro abstractor, and ordered
1210 N.W. 62nd Street
State Attorney Richard Gersteinto I
225 were rejected. This pro
investigate' their activities to just
gram has been set up by Metro'sWelfare
Dept. 'The public Is ask see if any conflict of interest
ed to furnish the food and all laws were violated _

help will be volunteers. These two officials have parlayed

If you earn as much as $75 a $100 worth of. deed purchases .$80 Down $80 Mo.
into 'a $606,000"lawsuit..
month, you are not eligible. At Are GratefulRAYS
the time of this writing, no foodIs They 2-bedroom CBS home. Lib

as yet available. erty City. One mortgage,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Williams
OF PRAISE! close to bus and shopping.
Jr., and four children of Berke-
The Glorious Fourth Is over. ly, Calif., motored to Miami this THANK YOU GOD ENTERS Move' right in. Why pay
This year we had a long holiday
week for. their annual visit with
rent?
to' There I want to thank for
from Friday Tuesday, relatives and friends. Mr. Williams yon
were the usual crowds at Vir ( a supervisor at the Naval Helper Incense and your Kver since 1 usol Helper .
ginia Beach and other picnic prayers. God has truly blessed r
Air Station in Derkely, is the son Incense- 1 found the Answer
places, also a drowning at the us in abundance since I
of Dr. Charles Williams Miami
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beach. Too bad. This holiday optometrist. used it and Its instruction. to my problem. When I pray $395 'Down.
chalked up a record for ace! Just wouldn't be without it. with the /use of Helper In
dents. More than 900 people Bless you.Mrs. cense and its instruction I No closing costs. FHA.
died during, the holidays.The II. Pinnon
Lovely 2-bedroom CBS
t ; BO N.E. 17th Terrace rend the chapter of my Bible

big nationwide strike is MIAMI TIMES ADS Miami Florida and it brings mo closer to home; carport, close to 2

over for awhile at any rate. The God in faith and his blessings bus lines. Hurry, will sell
government had to .step in with DON'T COST r THEY PAY LIFE WAS LONELY are .received. Proud to use It. fast!
the Taft-tIartley. Act that will
Thank you for your prayers Mrs. Randolph
keep things going for at least 80 and Helper Incense I was Pecan Street .

!so alone "I had no one," life Sanford Florida
was almost useless! $195 Down
One day a neighbor saw
my plight and told me about HOME UNPLEASANT Move right in. 2-bedroom,
$350 DOWN
incense I doubted,
Helper !
When I heard about Helper Brown Sub. Total price
yet I ordered a box and used
Incense and I ordered a box
it with instruction It taughtand $6,995. $65 monthly. No
Full Price $10,300 me certain verses to asked you to help me "I closing costs. Buses
the Bible, this 1 did and It was in doubt" Now I can

gave mo more faith in God. tell the world I was truly ._
Only $65 a Month Within a few days, I became Messed God was in the plan
acquainted with a stranger and home Is now happy and Brand new 3-bedroom CBS
Beautiful CBS doll home Florida years who prune! to me for a room. home. Circular drive
room. Eight We are together and happy. i pleasant. My husband seems to car
new. One mortgage. No more loneliness so changed and kind to mil, port. Built G.E. oven and

Please send me another box of us, and stays home at range, all rear jalousie r"la.
LEGAL REALTYMU of Helper Incense Enclosed
to order night. Relieve me, I'm grate room, Opa Locka beauty.
8-3923 PL 8-0290 money Thank you cover$o much. ful. Only $695 down. 'No closing

Mrs Mattie Kilo DoreatliA Miller costs. See model, 1941
Nights Sundays Weekdays 8th Avenue Jordan Parks NW 153rd St.
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