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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 15, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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issn - 0739-0319
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38TH YEAR, NO. 47 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES

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Cops Narcotics Frame ''8 Big Companies PledgeNo .I




Trial Set For Thursday 4 ; e : Bias Policy to JFK. I


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Washington Eight companies
COLLIER '''PLEADS .
employing 760,000 people
'
Judge Wlllard set Thursday CAR HITS BOY .
signed pledges at the While
GUILTY EMSLIE July 20 for trial of all three of
fleers. House Wednesday to try to
eliminate racial discriminationin ON 62ND ST.
SAYS INNOCENT They are accussed of falsely y employment
testifying last April that they Six-year-old Keith Basden of!
found marijuana clgarets in 'a I President Kennedy saluted 1314 NW 63rd Terr., suffered',
John H. Collier pleaded guiltyto grocery tore operated by a Ne what he termed "a historic step internal: and head injuries Wednesday -
perjury Tuesday to the charge gro woman, Mrs Eloise Jack- forward in the effort to secure when he dashed Into the'
that he was one of the officers son at 561 NW 7th ave. equal employment for every street near his'' homeland wU'"truck'

accused of' framing ,a: woman on a American of overy race, color by a.....car.;drlV< >'ljJ>LCHf .
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,. Mrs. 'action'sreceivedJ a" two- :
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ariarcotice, at'1tt' and belief.". -'-"'. ford Lowery',* 4Bft>>fl44frANW*'
year prlaon term on the strengthof
68th Terr. Police said no charges
State Attorney Richard E. I
their testimony. He said it represents an effortto
were placed again Lowery.
Gerstein sat beside Judge Ben
provide a fair chance to many
.
C. Wtllard In Criminal Court as But Assistant State AttorneyH hundreds of thousands of Americans He Is still in critical condition '
.. t>et. Weston S. Emalle Jr., a police Paul Baker investigated the in Jackson Hospital.
veteran of 21 years, declared case with the cooperation of Miami Mr. and Mrs. Arthur L.

himself not guilty of perjuryIn police officers Thompson of 1746 NW 6th Ct., "I can imagine nothing that
judicial proceedings. ami police officials, and the prisoner announce the marriage of their could ''be more Important to our
was freed and the officers daughter, Elizabeth Gloria, to country at this time" Kennedy Railway Employees
William Johnson third matt I jailed. Joseph Turner Jr., son of Mr. said
in the case who pleaded guilty Gerstein has closely followedthe and Mrs. Joseph Turner Sr., on Convention MeetsThe
last week, and Collier served case, which he declared to June 29 at Huntsvllle Ala. Mr. The companies and their presidents -
under Emslle and the three ffl- I be "one of the most Important and Mrs. Turner are now at who signed the agreement International
cers are reported to have made Investigations ever conductedby home at 9414 Redstone Park, were: .Association
of Railway Employees are hold
the contested arrest together. I this office." Huntsville.
Boeing Airplane Co., W. M, ing their 17th biennial convention -
Allen; Douglas Aircraft Co., D. at the Sir John Hotel, 276
W. Douglas Jr.?; General Electric NW 6th St., July 171819.
I L Co., Ralph Corlner; Martin
: CIVIL RIGHTS VICTORY 'AROUND CORNER'Vote Co., W, B. Bergen; North Amer The Memorial Service will be
lean Aviation Inc., L. Atwood; held July 16, 7:30: p.m. at Trinity
Radio Corp. of America J. L. CME Church, 511 NW 4th
terminals: Inte- ;
NAACP operated
entire being as an
program
Drive Marks St., Rev. E. T Brown, pastor
; Burns; United Aircraft Corp.,
carried out by 1,434 units In 45 gral part of the transportation main
The feature of this
pro.
W. P. Owlnn; and Western.
states.
syetem.
Gains in 400Localities Electric Co., H. I. Romoes. gram, wll be the Candlelight
Service Local No. 60 of Miami
Of prime importance was the the Tuskegee "gerrymander"cane. f
Association's ongoing voter teg- The decision entitled Ne The first such agreement was Is host to the convention George
signed May SS with the Lockheed Poison, president. The public Ja
Istratlon drive, with special at. groes to a hearing "to prove
tention to southern states. The their claim that the gerrymander Corp. Invited
New York Persistent and I report reveals that "96 per c.ntof constitutes Invalid racial discrimination -

unrelenting, pressure will con the more than 400 cities and ,"
tinue using every kind of effective counties touched by the Associ I
strategy Including sit-ins ation's voter registration pro- 3 DIE IN CANAL PLUNGEThree

and similar demonstrations, gram in 1960 showed a decided RIDERS FREE IF
"until substantial, not token, upward trend toward political: men were killed Monday near Florida City
change (all along the line) Is action. when their 1949 car went out of
affected," asserts the NAACP In THEY ,GO HOMELittle control and plunged Into a Two were found pinned inside
Its 1960 annual report released "Negroes Invariably receive murky South Dade Canal. the car the third was discovered
simultaneously here and in better treatment and considerations Rock, Ark. Four floating face down in the can ah
Philadelphia today. from city officials In areas Freedom Riders were tined $500 The tragedy boosted Dade's
where they had political each and sentenced to six monthsin 1961 road death count to 76.
The 72-page report mirrors strength" It concluded. jail Wednesday by a municipal I
the "unrelenting forward push of judge who rejected their Dead are Frank Willis, 30, Perry ElectedW
the NAACP since its formationin The year 1960 saw school Integration contentions their arrests violated a Seminole Indian of 617 SW
1909," writes Executive Secretary come to the Deep their constitutional right 6th ave., Florida City Henry O. Perry owner, and op
,
Roy Wilkins in the Fore South and the, U. S. Supreme Alford 24, a Negro of Taver- erator of Perry' Florist WILl re- \
word. Court extend its 'ban on discrimination Municipal Judge Quinn Glover nier and another unidentified elected president of the Inter-
in transportation by requiring lectured the riders for their Negro. national Florist Association, Inc.
The report, published on the that Negroes be served : bus-riding assault on Little on Tuesday at their annual con
eve of .the Association' 52nd In. restaurants at Interstate bus Rock and those who would "Ag Police said the car apparently vention In,' St. :Louis, Mo. The ,
annual convention in Philadelphia i gravate our people and our situation out of control left the road at association will meet in MiamiIn
covers highlights from the The High Court also ruled on I here." Farm Life Road and Canal Dr., July 1962 '





I TENN. SEEKS INTER-RACIAL GAME IN ORANGE BOWL I IMisgt.



TENN. STATE vs. ball games against white teams"
said Dr. Davis. "The only white
U.S. ENTERS football team that we have ever
LOUISVILLE NEWYEAR'S played was Youngstown O.

JACKSON, MISS. State defeated Florida A and
EVE ? ?
: M In the 19C6 Orange Blossom
'la+sic 41-89 a game which '
) RACE SUIT Dr W. S. Davis, president of drew 42,000. "If wo could come
F ; r rS rY Tennessee State College of "
there In an Interracial. game,
JACKSON Miss. The federal Nashville la f In Miami negotiating said Dr. Davis, "we would out
government Monday entereda with the Orange Bowl com- draw the Orange Blossom Clas j
mittee for an Interracial football sic."
r oMM. N suit which seeks to strike game her against Louis
down Mississippi's travel segregation ville on New Year's Eve

laws It charged local authorities WILLIE MAYS'
The youthful college head said
I have gone "beyond the "This will be our first effort

scope of their lawful power" In to play a white team in the .WIFE WANTS OUTSan

te arrests of "freedom riders" south
Francisco The twice-
The state tried to 'block the "There will be 70,000 peopleIn divorced wife of Willie Maya

government from entering the Miami for the Orange Bowl filed a separate maintenance
Classic," said Dr. Davis, "An Interracial suit against the San Francisco
suit which was brought by the game on New Year's Giants star claiming be was In
NAACP and constitutes an all- Ere would draw many of those different hostile and arrogant.

sw >swi out assault on Mississippi segregation same people." Scarlett Marguerite Maya
laws. told a news conference at her at
Dr Davis said A ft I has a torney's office Willie "would

But a three-judge federal "gentleman's agreement" with I come home In the evening, have
6 panel agreed to accept the fed- Louisville for a 1961 postseason dinner In hl room and, then go
eral government Into the case as game, negotiated through out to play poo). He plays pool
and Mrs. William H. In Miami. Louisville Athletic Director Bernard -
| "a friend of the court. almost every night he Isn't playing *
Griffith son of Mr. and Mm. Sgt. Griffith Is shown receiving (Tex) Hickman. baseball."
of Retirement The panel simultaneously \ I
Lorene Griffith Bill NW 23rd his Certificate Certificate of Appreciation agreed to accept a motion by Tennesee AAI with 4.000 stu Willie has accaied his wife n( I I
and
ave., have just returned from Col John K. Da'y the state to delay bearing of the dents has If white faculty memo being extravagant spending a.*
Germany where Mr. Griffith from officer of Fort suit until Aug. 7. The trial was bers and six white students. much as $400 for a pair othoes.
completed 20 years service In commanding to have started Monday "We play 20 of our 26 basket-., .
the army. They will be residing Hamilton.-U. S, Army pnoto.



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FRIDAY SATURDAY FEEDOM nOAb is to be hoped that some of the according to Miami
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Writing further about my recent als" the editoral speaks of so Co., has the contract.The .
-5 trip to New Orleans, we sarcastically will eventually project will provide 66
PRODUCTION
COLUMBIA PICTURES P/.M.I.A JERRY BRESIER stayed overnight in Mobile, Alabama ; seep through the magnolia curtain apartments for elderly\ persons-
; I and in so doing, had an of Alabama with fresh ideas no children. Studio apartments
GOES HAWAIIAN opportunity to buy a copy of the and new hope for all the citizens ((30 of them) will contain 305
morning paper The Mobile of that state. square feet of space. The remaining
.andfi4e boys: Press. While Mobile\ Itse'f' is an 36 will be One-bedroom
0' old, interesting city, with beautiful As we came into New Orleanson apartments with 510 square feet.
r J 90 wild old homes and unbelievablyhuge Gentilly St., we were greetedby
'\ <7>' ":"':' live-oak and magnoliatrees a partial: blockade stretched

.: < :. .. .. ; ... the editorial comments in across the block. This was compose
,. ,..,.;. >. American Ass'n For
children and
the of ,
> -::-...... < ". this newspaper were same women a
.' t. diatribe against the north, liber few! men, holding containers In
.,i 'y. ....." ". >,1 .. ."..: :;: ":'.::. als, and "forced race mixing." their hands, and bearing signs, UN Seeks Members
'\>t ......'-.:;:;' _.; .."... ""._.....\.',; which read: "Keep our schoolsfor
THE SAME STOUT white children." "Give to
I ....ff'" Strell elected
I maintain..the White Schools." As B Bayard newly
The editorial I am referringto president of the Greater Miami
\' in particular appeared in the we drove quickly past this chapter, American Associationfor
husband
\ group, my remarked
a a June 9 issue, and berated Northern the United Nations, announced
with smile that If this
a
groupon'y
INDttt! liberals! for having pickedout knew whom last week that plans were In
tried
they 10
\ a ,capegoat ready for use in progress for an Intensive mem
approach for a contribution,
Democratic system collapses
case our they would have considered bership campaign to Increase the
in the cold war with me ,size and to Initiate more units
ai one of the most unlikely pros
communism the scapegoat being In the Greater Miami area. This
In the South!
pects
of course, the south. The decision came as a result of an
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY editorial goes on to say that Although the weather continued inspiring talk made by former
left-wing publications across tho quite sultry and warm, we U. S. Senator Claude Pepper,
northern part of the nation found New Orleans a most foe- who spoke recently at the annual
"aided and abetted by leaders in I meeting of the Association. Emphasizing
clnatlng and
Interesting city. We
THE GREATEST ADVENTURE STORY OF THEM M! UWALTDISNEYS "
administration,
the Kennedy toured} the city, looking at .he the urgent need for
4Y never lose an opportunity to say: marvelous od: homes and the greater support for the UN, he
",:M.,_ that racial conditions in the wonderful ironwork, and the pointed out that the United
South are jeopardizing U. S. re manv distinctive features that States government aware of the
lations abroad. apt New Orleans apart from all true aims of communism, Is
other cities In the South. strivlne to keep the UN alive
The editorial continue, hv while Russia is laboring to discredit -
saying that detractors of the We did the typical tourist I and destroy It, In order to
South never seem to realize that things walked along BourbonSt. have free rein to enslave the
) there might be other reasons for on the old stone pavements, whole world.
America's present position in took pictures on Basin St., admired He warned the free peoples of
> world politics which of courseIs the oM cemeteries and the world to take a determined
I .oy true. But then the editorial beautiful monuments shopped attitude towards communism. He
., Ih h "OPS on In typical fashion to become along Royal Street In the French I lauded the UN and said It was
I almost demagogic and old-: Quarter, saw some of the bean. vital because we must work collectively
South in its tone when it says: tiful courtyards and staircases I ; to solve our present''
Jo+a OoROTMl JAMES TCOMCOLOir>RJO ii PANAVttJO "Most Southern whites make no I visited the French Market and day problem: that of creating a

MIIISMcGUIflEMacAfllNUfl MUN O/HAY AW MIRN CDRCDfl PI'P flXffl NO O'illYlDR DolltloaMy apology for Inspired their dissent program to the to French had coffee doughnuts and the they wonderful, serve lawful Mr. Strell world., who is a director of
mix the
races Our people down there; visited Jackson Square the United Cerebral Palsy of
PLUS here have racial pride and are And saw where the Louisiana Miami Inc., also announced the
not willing to swallow the mix Purchase was signed, and of names of several new directorsfor
formula that threatens their ra course ate some pralines and the UN Association. Included
.uw.r. I cial identity. Thus the question some wonderful French food at are: Dr. H. Franklin Wl'
arises: which of the groups sup Oa'.atolres: and Tujaques.It Hams of the U. of Miami, and
'fflQDD9AOOif plies the cold war enemy with County Commissioner Charles
the greater aid and comfort was a wonderful trip and "Chuck" Hall.SUMMER.
;yyvv Southern whites who Insist on we hope to return some day. But

racial segregation or the radicals all the same-It's good to be _., ....,
of the North who clamorfor home I /
such projects as the welfare
state socialism and federal dic- Junior VACATION
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Around' MiamiBy .
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P a student, of Islam (often '
Press I
Inflamed Public
DAVE DONDU erroneously referred to as Mo ,
Issue with the young Negro
"Muslims," recently In the news,

'- > ,W'):::' hammadanlsm), I'd like to take
P11n1 who claim to follow the teadhtngs Against Frank ReevesWASHINGTON
HARRIS
popular Miami mall a post card to Mayor Chas. of Muhammad.One I
M.C. and a veteran show. Hadley, care of The Miami TImes

man has come out of retirement, 6740 NW 16th Ave. With these made the claim that Is (ANP-) --
so to speak. This Monday July cards we can prove a point. This lam was the oldest. religion In Did Washington newspapers and
17 at the King O' Hearts Phil) light could stop accidents and the world This seem strange their editors slant: the news to dice" against him in its news:
will present the Southern Jewel save lives. Our children need the either Abraham, Moses or Jesus establish a prejudice against; columns
Cox Revue. tIe has written and protection of a light in that since at least 42 mentions of former White House Aide FrankD. "If it had not been for the'
will produce the entire area, too. Our'an Reeves daily: press and the fact that:
affair. are to be found In the forcing his with. "
Reeves is a Negro, the minister'contended
The showwill. star the funny (Koran.) The misinformed, drawal as a nominee for District "The public would'never I
ftlllv McAllister plus a complete IP ANY OP YOU hear of "Muslims" also overlooked the commissioner? have looked derogatorily
chorus line of "gal" danc non-existence of racial hatred In I
some company needing help, ask on Mr. Reeves' tax record."
ers. This Is the first time such them to call the Bonded Collec Islam Muhammad said "And Rev. E. Franklin Jackson, J
A show has ,been God'iO signs, the president of the local branch' of
presented In tion Agency and give them a list among: His ( are He contrasted press treatment '
Miami nhd creation of the Heavens and of the NAACP, thinks! BO.
only on a one night ing, on it. They are running a of Reeves' tax troubles wit!}-
basis. To climax this very odd free employment agency and, the Earth and your variety of In fact, Dr. Jackson, ministerof those of District Commissioner
revue, a fashion show will be have so many unemployed persons tongues and colour. Herein truly John Wesley AME Zion Robert E. McLaughlin who Le-
added and the 'best dressed "gaycat" on file that they cannot get ere signs' for all men." (Sura Church, charged in a sermon said, was "just as delinquent" us
will be crowned "Miss enough Jobs for them. These 30:21.: ) that news stories in the papers Reeves!
Queen 13<>e of 1961." All of the peope: can do all kinds Of work, As a member of the Haha'l "inflamed" the public against
advance tickets have ,been sold and if the Jobs come through Faith which stems from Islam In Reeves. The nomination was Dr. Jackson! concluded: "I
and tables! are SI.00 on a first maybe most of them can get a exactlv! the same manner that withdrawn -by President Kennedy feel no sense of shame or lost
come first served deal. Job and feed their kids and pay Phrtaltlanltv terns from Judaism after the Senate opened an Investigation hope in the withdrawal of
I hold Interest In Islam.Tt Into his tax record.
bill's.' Call PLaza 9-8733 and ask a deep Reeves' nomination. My only
I
once had the pleasure of If know le. I .believe the mOiSt misunderstood shame Is In America{ where su2b
Mildred. or
seeing one of these shows In for you religion, simply' because Dr. Jackson accused editors and a thing could hap u.'r
New York and I still haven't hear of anything. peonle prefer to accept the evil reporters of breaking promises
forgotten it Just the way spoken about It. rather than made on the' editorial pages that

these! people put on make-up Is THE GLASS soz<< people Just! study It for themselves. For ex- although the papers 'would do DAV To Install
enough to make any woman nothing to oppose the nomination -
nmole. the general belief about
don't have a lot of money, so
Jealous!, and the gowns that neither would they grant
Muhammad Is that
the that He was war
of
reasons
that is one Officers
some of them make and createis like, Instigating battle against any special favors in Reeves' be SundayThe
the Knight Beat will present a "
something to half
The
see. Southern "bonus": week, this weekend, defenseless people. In truth, He
Jewel Box will long be remembered Disabled American Veter- \
fought only those who to
arose
that customers CHEATED
which means my MOOD OPI'HKJUDICK
by those who see It; ans will hold their installation of
destroy" the religion He
proclaimed.
to the club see a
Princess Carlotta, a most popu can come ; officers Sunday, July 16, 2 p.m.,
show and there Is no HK true stand on war Is recorded
lar hair stylist and beauticianwill complete sharp at the Liberty City Com
In
2186 In which
Instead of Sure
shock of admission charge So Dr. Jackson said the
many the customers He press munity Center 6304 NW 14th
states, "And fight for the
with an exotic dance. spending a dollar and a quarterto kept Its word that It would not
Songs, dancing, comedy, funny get: In. they can have that cause fight against of God against: but those commitnot who grant Reeves any special favors, ave.The public Is Invited. n.treAh--
skits and the fabulous fashionsare much more money to do /something the you; of but created "a mood of preju ments will be .served.
Injustice
else. Next week" the Glass attacking
yours!! for the seeing Phil
them first God loveth not such
Harris has done a marvelous Job will brine the biggest woman In ":
of producing and Sam Early show business! to the Knight Injustice.
.. .. .
and his band will supply the Beat. Big: bluet belting:, blasting Another misunderstanding, 11t r- + -

background music. Monday nlte, blues singer: Big: Maybell, July this one held by Muslims them
July 17 10 til two at the King 20 thru 23. Also Monday night selves, in that Muhammad who \ '
O1 Hearts. after the fight the Glass! will called Himself, "The Seal of o.
present an bId fashioned "Blue The Prophets," was to 'be t h e
Monday Breakfast Dance." He final prophet sent by God to
uTlf} FOOT" (nettle Dudley) can convert the fight: arena Intoa earth. He dispelled this theoryby
at the MI Bowling Club played night club In 25 minutes saying, while speaking of ,
her heart out when she found and believe me, that's what I those who rejected the prophets aH

out our editor was in the house call moving. of their day, "In what other dispensation
the other night. Our editor being after this will they be fA
Garth Reeves, heard her for the THE PAn AND BIRDIE Club lIf'vet" I
first time and could only say played its monthly tournament at I The Daha'i precept states that
"great, great" 'but the most Miami Springs last Sunday with Muhammad .sealed" the Adamlc
fascinating thing about The FootIs the members playing in flights: or prophetic cycle and that we
how her educated foot can The winners In the first flight are now In the cycle of fulfil' ,rP
run a mile a minute on that i were Ira Maxwell, Al Mitchell ment and the age of universality }
bass peddle. I've heard many and Duke Jenkins In 1st, second as prophecled in all previous
organ players and I'm sure In I and Duke Jenkins In 1st, 2nd divinely revealed religions:!
accord with Garth Dottie and 3rd place In the second
Dudley is Just plain "great." flight: Frank Rivers took first I I question whether these! so-
and In a playoff between Amos I called "Muslims" have Investigate
PUBTTY i1Ri of The Week: Jenkins, Luther Wells and Dave ed the true teachings of Islam. :
Mrs. Alice Clapp Pretty Bondu, Amos took second and Perhaps it would be well for all FOR: SALEThis
boy of the week: Ira Maxwell Dave and Luther scrambled for people to study it, in order to
(The Winnahl ) Man about third Yours! Truly won out witha dispel the untrue portrayal of
Town: James! Cash (He's allover big fat 8 on the par 4 first this faith.
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Policeman of the Week: putt to get a nine. The trees got investigated: the works of
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In the third, flight Clyde Young not had to ask "What is truth?"
DID YOU know that Negro took first, Willie Miller second With open mind and with t
are being served at M&isei'a on and Charles Peterson was third heart turned towards God, we Located at
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It's true. In fact one of our most In the women's division, Chris Watts' words of wisdom, "Seize 3200 Frow Avenue, Coconut Grove
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I have suggested to tournament director Ernest I vine where'er It grows."
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Writing further about my re- als" the edltoral speaks of so struction Co., has the contract.
PRODUCTION 5! cent trip to New Orleans, we sarcastically will eventually The project will provide 66
(1 COLUMBIA PICTURES P/ stayed overnight In Mobile, Alabama ; seep through the magnolia curtain apartments for elderly persons-
is.w and In so doing, had an of Alabama with frestf Ideas no children. Studio apartments
'( .opportunity to buy a copy of the and new hope for all the citizens ((30 of them) will contain 305
? morning paper The Mobile of that state. square feet of space. The remaining
,dndOheboysgo ;' Press. While Mobile Itself' is an 36 will be One-bedrooin
with beautiful As Into New Orleanson with 510
old, Interesting city, we came apartments square feet
.. .. w'fcff old homes and unbelievablyhuge Gentllly St., we were greetedby
'\:---' ',.,.:..: live-oak and magnoliatrees a partial blockade stretched
""
: > the editorial comments In across the block. This was com
''2i<> < .. ."v.':' .. '. this newspaper were the same pond of women, children and a American Ass'n For
,, : :: ": diatribe against the north, liber few men, holding containers !In
"J. .... ., 'f.'. :.. ;J' r" '" ., als, and "forced race mixing." their hand, and bearing signs: !' UN Seeks Members
'<:J.; '., ;,..:.." ........ _: _" ......i ....... which read: "Keep our schoolsfor
THE SAME STOny white children." "Give to
"
t I' ,.!! Schools." B. Bayard Strell newly elected
The editorial I am referring maintainithe White As president of the Greater Miami
\' A. to In particular appeared In the we drove quickly. past this chapter, American Associationfor .
t\Wt'I' 1 3 e June 9 Issue, and berated Northern group, my husband remarked the United Nations, announced
with a smile that If this group
1 liberals for having pickedout last week that plans were In
\IND on'y knew whom they tried 10
a scapegoat ready for use In prepress for an intensive membership
approach for a contribution,
x case .our Democratic system col- campaign to increase the
would have
considered
they
'apses In the cold war with me .size and to initiate more unitsIn
ai one of the most unlikely prospects
communism the scapegoat being the Greater Miami area. This
In the South!
!:, of course, the south. The decision came as a result of an
SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY editorial goes on to say that Although the weather continued Inspiring talk made by former
left-wing publications across the quite sultry and warm, we U S. Senator Claude Pepper,
northern part of the nation found New Orleans a most taccinating who spoke recently at the annual
"aided and abetted by leaders In meeting of the Association. Emphasizing
and
Interesting city. We
THE GREATEST ADVENTURE STORY OF THEM A< U "
the Kennedy administration toured the city, looking athe the urgent need for
never lose an opportunity to say marvelous od: homes and the greater support for the UN, he
that racial conditions In the wonderful ironwork and the pointed out that the United
South are Jeopardizing U. S. relations manv distinctive features that States government, aware of the
abroad. spt New Orleans apart from all true aims of communism Is
other cities In the South. striving to keep the UN alive,
The editorial continues hv while Russia is laboring to discredit -
saying that detractors of the We did the typical tourist and destroy It, in order to
South never seem to realize'\ that things walked along Bourbon have free rein to enslave the
:4. there might be other reasons for St. on the old stone pavements whole world.
America's present position In took pictures on Basin St., ad. He warned the free peoples' of
world politics, which of courseIs mired the o'd cemeteries and the world to take a determined
I true. But then the editorial
beautiful monuments, shopped attitude towards communism. He
cops on in typical fashion to become along Royal Street In the French lauded the UN and said it was
! almost demagogic and old-: Quarter, saw some of the beautiful vital because we must work col
South In Its tone when It says: courtyards and stair-cases, :.ectlvely to solve our present''
Jo.+ DCROTFn JAMES T cC bcoLolr;axc a PANAvls olt "Most Southern white make no visited the French Market and day problem: that of creating a
apology for their dissent to the had coffee and lawful world.
MI SMcGUIREMacARiNOfl'MON KAW KIBNCOD OflANPI MEflNO R IDUYIORPLUS politically Inspired program to French doughnuts the they wonderful serve Mr. Strell, who is a director of
mix the races Our people down there; visited Jackson Square the United Cerebral Palsy of
here have racial pride and are end saw where the Louisiana Miami, Inc., also announced the
not willing to swallow the mix'
Purchase was signed, and of names of several new directorsfor
formula that threatens their ra course ate some pralines and the UN Association. Included
cial Identity. Thus the question !some!! wonderful French food at are: Dr. H. Franklin Wi1llanva .
arises; which of the groups sup Galatoires; and Tujaques. .of the U. of Miami and
plies the cold war enemy with County Commissioner Charles
the greater aid and comfort It was a wonderful trip and "Chuck" Hall
Southern whites who Insist on we hope to return some day. But
racial segregation .or the radicals all the same-It's good to be ..
.....t<1I1'
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o. of the North who clamorfor home!II
MURPHY'swCPsBY such projects as the welfare SUMMER
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PHIL OSSOFER I.SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 PAGE 3. fi
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Around Miami SAYS: 1'r.... "
NAACP Official : ,
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,As a student, of Islam (often r
Press Inflamed Public
w
By DAVE BONDU erroneously referred to as bio C'
Issue with the young Negro
"Muslims," recently In the news,

... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ... ....... ....... ....... !!:- .tIf,( hammadanlsm), I'd like to take
who claim to follow the teachings Against Frank Reeves
PHIL HARRIS, popular' Miami mall a post card to Mayor Chas. of Muhammad I
M.C. and a veteran showman Hadley, care of The Miami Times -
has come out of retirement, 6740 NW 15th. Ave. With these One made the claim that Islam WASHINGTON (ANP-) -
so to speak. This Monday, July cards we can prove a point. This was the oldest religion in Did Washington newspapers and
dice" against him in Its newscolumns
1? at the King 0' Hearts, Phil light could stop accidents and the word' This seem strange their editors slant the news to ,
will present the Southern Jewel save lives. Our children need the either! Abraham, Moses or Jesus establish a prejudice) against "If it had not been for the
Cox Revue. He has written and protection of a light in that inre at least 42 mentions of former White House Aide Frank daily: press and the fact that:
will produce) the entire affair. area, too. arA to be found in the Our'an D. Reeves forcing his with Reeves is a Negro," the minister
i'hhow will star' the funny (Koran.) The misinformed, drawal as a nominee for District contended, "The public would'

filllv McAllister, plus a complete IP ANY: OF YOU hear of "Muslims" also overlooked the commissioner never have looked derogatorlly
ehortts line of "gal" danc some company needing help, ask nonexistence of racial hatred in on Mr. Reeves' tax record."
era This is the first time such them to call the Bonded Collection Islam.: Muhammad said, "And Rev. E. Franklin Jackson,
a show has been presented in Agency and give them a list among His (God'iO .signs are the president of the local branch of He contrasted press treatmentof
Miami Ahd creation of the Heavens and of the NAACP, thinks so.
only on a one night ing it. They are running a Reeves' tax troubles withthose
on
baste To climax this very odd free employment agency and the Earth and your variety of In fact, Dr. Jackson, minister of District Commissioner
revue, a fashion show will be unemployed tongues and colour Herein trulyare of John Wesley AME Zlon Robert E. McLaughlin who, he
added and the best' dressed ";rev have so file many that they cannot persons get slaps' for all men" (Sura Church, charged in a sermon said, was "Just as delinquent" aa
cat" will be crowned "Miss on them These 3021; ) that news Modes in the papers I Reeves
for
Ouepn enough )Jobs As member of the Daha'i "Inflamed" the public against i iI
ne of 1961. All of the do all kinds of work, a I,
can
advance tickets have been sold people through Faith which stem from Islam In Reeves. The nomination was Dr. Jackson concluded: "I:
and if the Jobs come
and tables are $1.00 on a first them pxarUv the same manner that withdrawn .by President Kennedy feel no sense of shame or lost
come first served deal. maybe most of kids can and get a PhHuHlanltv! ,, terns from Judaism after the Senate opened an Investigation hope In the withdrawal of
Job and feed their and pay ask I' hold a deep interest in Islam.Tt into his tax record Reeves' nomination. My only'shame
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I once had the pleasure of bills Call PLaza I IP., I ,believe, the moot misun Ls in A in er lea, where aunt
seeing of for Mildred. If you know or Dr. Jackson accused editors and "
one these shows in derstood religion, slmp'y because a thing could hBp au.
New York and I still haven't hear of anything. reporters of breaking promises
pedals prefer to accept the evil
.__.__
forgotten It Just the way spoken about it. rather than made on the''' editorial pages that

these people put on makeup is THE GLASS fiez pwple )tutdon't studv it for themselves. For ex although the papers 'would do DAY To Install
enough to make nothing to oppose the nomination
any woman ample the general belief: about
have a lot of money, BO
Jealous, and the that ,' neither would they grant
gowns
that Muhammad is that He was war Officers
that is of the reasons SundayThe
one
special favors in Reeves' be
some of them make and createis like, instigating battle against any
the Knight Deat will present a "
half
something to see. The South defenceless, people. In truth, He
weekend
"bonus" week, this ,
Disabled American Veterans
ern Jewel Box will long be
remembered -
fought those who to
only arose
customerscan CREATED MOOD OP
which means that my will hold their installation of
by those who see It
come to the club see a destroy the relieion He proclaimed. PREJUDICE>i iDr .
Princess Carlotta, a most popular officers Sunday, July 16, 2 p.m.
HI true stand is
on war recorded
show and there Is no
hair stylist and beauticianwill complete sharp at the Liberty City Com
shock many of the customers admission charge. So Instead of in Surd 2:186, in which Jackson said the prose munlty Center, 6304 l NW 14th
He states "And fight for the
,
with an exotic dance. pending a dollar and a quarterto kept its word that it would not
Songs, dancing, comedy, funny get In. they can have that cause of God against those whofight grant Reeves any special favors, ave.The public is invited. Jlfmh
but commitnot
against
Skits and the fabulous fashionsare much more money to do some you; but created "a mood of pre u ments will be served .
the Injustice of attacking
the thing else Next week, the Glass
yours for seeing. Phil
---- ---- -
them first; God loveth not such
Harris has done a marvelous Job will brine the blgsrest woman in "
of producing and Sam )Early ahow business to the Knight injustice.)

and his band will supply the Dent Big blue belting, blasting Another misunderstanding,
background music. Monday nlte, blues singer, Big Maybell' July this one held by Muslims themselves ; ,
July 17 10 ill two at the King 20 thru 23 Also Monday night. I Ip, that Muhammad, who
O Hearts. after the fight the Glass will railed Himself, "The Seal of n

i_ present an old fashioned "Blue The Prophets," was to be the
Monday Breakfast Dance." He final prophet sent by Ood to .

"THE FOOT" (IVXtle Dudley) ran convert the fight arena intoa earth He dispelled this theoryby 1i 1.... 1
at the Ml Dowling Club played night club In 25 minute saying, while speaking of 4 t 4 '
her heart out when she found and believe me, that's what I those who rejected the prophetsof .t

out our editor was in the hoiwe call moving. their day, "In what other dispensation r
_._... .
the other night. Our editor being after this will they be

Garth Reeves, heard her for the THE<: PHND BIRDIE Club lieve?" .
first time and could only say, played Its monthly tournament at The IJaha'l precept states that 4 '. *'.!
"great, great" but the most Miami Springs last Sunday with Muhammad "sealed" the Adamlcor i Ma ',
fascinating thing about The Foot the members playing in flights. prophetic cycle, and that we ,
Is how her educated foot can The winners In the first flight are now In the cycle of fulfil ' .,, rCa
run a mile a minute on that were Ira Maxwell, Al Mitchell ment and the age of universal!'
bass peddle I've heard many and Duke Jenkins In tat, second ty as prophecled in all previous
organ players and I'm sure In and Duke Jenkins in 1st, 2nd divinely revealed religions.:
accord with Garth Dottie and 3rd place In the second
Dudley is Just plain "great." flight Frank Rivers took first I question whether these so-
and in a playoff between Amos called "Muslims" have Investigated .
PRETTY GIRL of The Week: Jenkins, Luther Wells and Dave the true teachings of Islam
Mrs. Alice Clapp Pretty Dondu, Amos took second and Perhaps It would be well for all FOR: SALE '
"' boy of the week: Ira Maxwell Dave and Luther scrambled for people to study !It, in order to i I
(The Wlnnah! ) .Dian about third. Yours Truly won out witha dispel the untrue portrayal of I
Town: James Cash (He's allover big fat 8 on the par 4 first this faith.
telling about his new son) hole when Wells missed a short Had Pontius Pilate Independently This Beautiful 3-bedroom, 2 baths !, l
Policeman of the Week: putt to get a nine. The trees got investigated the works of
Earnest Kirkland us both. the ,beloved Jesus, he would have Brand New Home :
In the third flight Clyde Young not had to ask "What Is truth?" I
DID YOU that Negroes took first, Willie Miller, second With open mind and with 1 Located at I
are being served at Malsel's on and Charles Peterson was third heart turned towards God, we
79th St. at Blscayne Blvd Well would do well to heed Isaac '
It's true. In fact one of our most In the women's division, Chris Watts' words of wisdom, "Seize 3200 Frow Avenue, Coconut Grove
popular disc Jockeys at WMBM Jenkins took first, Mayme Bov upon truth wherever !it is found;
< eats there all the time. I mention du second and Mrs. Odessa Wei's' amongst your friends, amongst Designed And Built For The Hard to Please
these things so that you a new comer to the golf club re your foes; On Christian and on
will know where you are welcome calved a beautiful golf cap from heathen grounds; the flower's .
I have suggested to tournament director Ernest vine where'er It grows"
our Septa Mayor Hadley to talk Hayes Tile Roof Large Closets
to one of our city commissionersabout Built-in Kitchen Electric Range

moving the traffic light IP THERE ARE any women Beautiful Home' on e Mr. and Mrs Closets Electric Oven
from 7th and who interested in learningto
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that light the city will not don't forget the Southern Jewel 5 ,
.. have to pay half: as much as get Box Revue at the King 0' OUTSTANDING HOMEThen
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r hot sure this is bfficial l, 6rjjlist charge of? criminal llbbl i involving .
are
in..aJUST 1.
: 4 SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 \ what the committee who. Arnold H. ,Hanson who is
BROWSIN' handled the matter, and., later now County Welfare Director, ofunprofessional
I dropped ,n. will do. ,However conduct In his
By PAUL HENttV: 'they have sat ,up, new fund raising former capacity as administrator
headquarters at Bf.sc&neDlvd. of the Provident Hospital.
Heights Athletic
The Richmond
Club that's building & bar Our County- Manager has sug BEAUTIFUL NEW HOME
some 450 feet from the Martin gested holding secret meetings 3 bedroom, 1 bath, carporte
Memorial AMB Church was giv- of Metro Commission and manyof Built-in and
ItfIN15t Office at 0740 N.W.: 1-Sth Arenua PBorfe OX 1-O421 fen a* temporary halt, this week the commissioners have oven range.
1 bnt+nti at :Mia N.W. Thlml ATOM Miami, Florida-Phone PU ft 2236 by County Atty. Darrey Davis agreed with him. Manager Me- ,Large lot, small down
- when an occupancy permit was Nayr said you cannot work ina payment_ Only $107 m6nln
JI. E. 8IGISMUND REEVES, Editor and Publisher denied. Seven hundred fifty public: fishbowl. The matter 2424 N.W.; 66tn( Street
community will be further considered.
this
GARTH Editor families In petitioned
O. REEVES, Managing
. against the opening of Commissioner Joseph A. Bdyd
I
Entered as Second( Chase :Matter, August O, HM27, at tie Poet Officeat ; this club. who opposes' such a move, pointed -
oUt that the prevldus county LARGE BEAUTIFUL
:Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1876 Frank Tolln (white) an officer commission held closed meetingsand CORNER
of the club, commenting dtt was much criticized for It.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES the petition said: "Colored I As Your Browser sees It onlyon Suitable for a large family
ONE YEAR $t. -SIX MONTHS fII.,' THREE MONTHS $1.70 people are like chl'dreh, you special occasions the commission 4 bedroom, 2 baths, FHA
have 760 famtlieSthat
know. It they
l1ember of the Anciated Negro Prawi signed that can will see a crowded meeting, 6601 'N.W. 29th, Avenue
petition you
]Member of the National Newspaper Publishers Association:' bet 650 don't know what they but If the general public is not
admitted, certainly the
press - -
-
-
"
Mr. Tolln
signed One can see
"CItEDO OF THE NEGRO PRESS" little about colored should be, so as the general
1MB NEGRO: PKKfcS believes that America can beat lead the world people.knows Very The latest report _Is that public will be kept informed of Fenster Realty i:
from racial and national antagonisms when it accords to every man eome 200 residents would favor what U going on. "
regardleM of race, color or creed, his human and legal rights. Hatingno having the club. I 1260 N.W 62nd Street
br. Von Mizell of Provident
mnn. towing no man-the Negro Press strives to help every man / PL 9-0511
In the arm belief that all ere arf Monday Hospital, Ft. Lauderdale, will
men hurt as long anyone is held Evangelist Billy Graham before "Buy with confidence"
back. Paul appear the Court of Record -
In St.
night speaking ,
Minn. warned the United States on July 19 to answer a ...__ ... .. ... I
that It might face a "funeral"
.
UNITED NEGRO COLLEGE FUND unless the nation turned to --..-.It.

Have you, or do you subscribe to the United Negro Christ"When soon you make decisionsfor

College Fund? If you have we are sure you will continue Christ," It Is the nation and

to do so, if this be possible. If you have not done so, we : world, through you, making Its $400 DOWN
.invite you to do so now. The campaign is now going on. decision said Billy Graham.
a I,
'
Dr: t> vid'Rb'thrb"ck of Miami
There are 32 colleges and universities
participating Shores who returned here from
!
5n the 1961 UNCF Campaign. The national goal is Ireand: to testify In a damagesuit Full Price $12,000

2250000. Of this amount Florida is asked to raise dropped dead on the witne
Btand In the Circuit Court of ONLY A Month
$45,000. In Dade County the goal is 10,000.. Judge Hal Dekle $76
I
Bethune Cookman College is one of the 32 participating Your automobile tag for 1962 Gorgeous CBS doll home, large carporte, tile root,
colleges, enrolls 95 per cent of its students from will be yellow and black In reverse .
Dade County and grants to them $15,000 annually in yellow numerals- on black lovely area. Near bus. 1 mortgageMU

;.scholarships, work aid and loans. background. 8-3923 JE 8-SOSO
State Motor Vehicle Commissioner
This information should be of interest to-Dade Coun- Arch Livingston said on Nights Sundays Weekdays

:tians. Of even greater interest, a friend of education Monday that 3.2 million of the
'(white) residing in Miami, hag agreed to match dollar tags have been ordered.

:for dollar all contributions made to the 1961 College The Atlantic Coast Baptist $650 DOWNSee

.Fund Campaign by the Negroes of Dade ,County. Association, the Rev. L. A.
Thompson, moderator, openedits
When we consider the history and contribution made Sunday School Convention on To Believe!
to our "American of Life"' Tuesday at the Temple Baptist
Way by these Negro Institutions -
Church and will: close its sessions
Beautiful 4 bedroom CBS 2 baths ((1 bedroom with
and the fact: that they receive no federal or state on Sunday One of the high. ,

.aid, we should not. hesitate to give them all the ,supportwe oratorical lights of the convention Is the private entrance and bath), Fla. room, enclosed
contest
able on Friday
are to give. night
The Nassau Gospel Harmontz-! porch. 1 mortgage. $100 a montJi.'f
NAACP CONVENTIONThis era furnished music and also
will give a concert at the Ebenezer LEGAL REALTYMU
week the National Association for the Advance- Church on Wednesday night.

ment of Colored People holds its annual national con- Cubans are appealing to 8-3923 PL 8-0290

vention in Philadelphia, known as the city of Brotherly Americans for help. The Castro Nights Sundays Weekdays
Love. There .are more than 1,200 delegates in attendance.One that prisoner Castro envoys would said this week
again settle
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visit to Washington, the nation's capital, seeking stronger -

support for civil rights legislation. The group was 1200 I' -O-WN
strong. WHY/ NOT ms TROPICAL PARADISE HOME?

The Rev. Theodore R. Gibson and fourteen other -

NAACP leaders from Florida attended a conference in R5 ?Q

the office of one of Florida's senators, Spessard Holland.Fr. ,
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Gibson presented a program asking legislationto <. ( '
desegregate all schools, equal opportunity in employ- '

ment, no segregation on interstate transportation facilities .S k
and weakening of the filibuster rule in the Senate.

Senator Holland, a known segregationist, told the
group:

"You know how I feel, I Would be less than frank If

1 didn't-tell you I cannot support such a program."

Senator John Sparkman of Alabama, another segre- 1
gationist, naturally agreed with the Florida Senator. vawisan

We must at least give these two senators credit for

being frank, while giving the NAACP credit for this visitto
Washington.

Despite these two senators and others who see the

matter as they do, the segregation ball is rolling, the .

walls of segregation are tumbling down, and they will con- M

tinue to do so. Right will always prevail, perhaps slowly,

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
Commission Studies Virginia Beach.'
SATURDAY JULY 16, 1961 PAGE 7Between

F Fi> AF CI Jj'tf'QQ IfaTat

Revised Recreation Center Plans '

1 = The Lines I.

Strong International support Corps ,of Engineers also Is being
-By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP
given the proposed developmentof petitioned.
At Trail
a convention-recreation centeron i New Hours
the chores of Biscayne Bay Depending on the fate of
God and from Heaven and about these petitions, the City Commission
has led to a revised proposalnow Glade
things eternal. It is true we before the Miami City Com- then will determine methods Ranges
need great and powerful preach. mission. Necessary clearancesare of development.
7 ers. now sought from various The Dade County Park and
t This writer has always disputed state and federal agencies.The Sponsors of the proposal have Recreation Department announ
i with those who want to use completed preliminary engineer ces a summer schedule of open
iI the pulpit as a place to display proposal submitted last ing and construction design and, ing hours for the Trail Glade
scho;arshlp. There are too many March has been revised to locate have dancing available, to begin'' Ranges located on Tamlaml Trail
preachers today who are simply the hotel-convention center off construction immediately.: Engi just east of Krome ave., as follows -
using the Gospel as a tail to fly the northern tip of Virginia neering estimates places the 2.5 :
A their kite of holarshlp.The Key. The hotel plan is enlargedto million yard dredging Job at four ,
Include a 1700 seat conven months to completion, with all Monday through Friday,
I world Is not going to be tion hall plus fifty state suites. construction finished in about Range will open at 10:30: a.m.

saved nor considerably helped The by The western area of filled and one year. Saturday and Sunday, range will
reading canned sermons. existing land on the northern :
Gospel preached by Consecrated half of the Key would be devel, open at 9 a.m.Advertise.
and devout men full of the Holy oped into an airport for private
BILLY GRAHAM AT and MIAMI TIMES ADS '
and given to prayer
Ghost and executive aircraft. The proposed ..
1JUCK1MIAM PALACE fasting will have great power.In golf course, park and I
It !
childhood village In beach area covers the eastern DON'T COST THEY PAY Pays
News accounts of recent date our Carolina, we had anold portion of filled and existing
are aglow with reports of Billy South of William shore area. The marina and I
the name
Graham's visit with Queen Eliza- preacher by He had scarcely a fifth yacht basin would be the largest!! ,
beth at Buckingham Palace. Peterson. had soft on the Gold: Coast.
He a
Billy Graham Is currently the grade education.about him and looked ,!Central Life Insurance Co. of florida
The
most popular preacher In the spoken way the sponsors point out that ,
world and richly deserves the meek, as he moved among Miami would be able to offer the
recognition the Queen bestowed people. only center of its kind in the ANNOUNCES
would preach from o n e
him. He Western Hemisphere which Includes '
upon hour to an hour and a half. an airport, marina and
When he arose to preach his yacht basin, golf course, beach
In spite of the fact that aman' the people New Combination HospitalAnd
sermon
build up plays too greata morning and lumber aud and luxurious hotel accommodations
In his popularity and would sleep within a metropolitan city.
part nod. But our good
would
build Is a matter of dollars some Home
up Peterson would Just Policy
-Billy Graham Is doing a great Brother The huge development has
himself take his time. been the subject of negotiations
work, and Is proving
of the great ,build up. As And when he had laid out the for the past year between the Benefits
worthy hour Hospital to $15 day
perculated through plan of his sermon after an Miami City Commission and a up per
the that Graham news was having tea at he would start to "come in" and group of hotel and resort opera

Buckingham, thlm, writer somehow when Brother In Peterson all the sleepers started 'tors of New York and Florila, Home Benefits up to $20 per week
,
regretted that Billy Gra to "come The sponsors now otter the City
would wake up, for Brother Pot In of
has stolen excels $10,000,000 In !Page
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white man
ham, a
the preaching show. The greatest erson was powerful. payments for a 30-year period, ALL IN ONE POLICY

preachers of our day should be I remember as a lad of five I a big chunk of that in the form
Negro preachers. They alone went with Mama Julia, my foster of a prepayment for the development SPECIAL AMBULANCE MATERNITY AND
have had the beatings and brulsIngs mother, to hear Brother Peter of a city-owned golf
and bleedings at the heartto son. He was preaching something : course and park. MISCELLANEOUS HOSPITAL BENEFITS
break up the fountain of about seed-time and harvest
earnestness and zeal In their time. The people slumbered and Miami City Commissioners -., -
have directed that petitions be
souls. slept but when Brother Peterson made to the FAA
for airspace Agents and Branches StatewideContact
started to "come in, This writer remembers reading flood or
time, there was a
his childhood a book that Fund has been reported as of Agent Branch Offices
In tears from that great congrega favorable to the one our or
project and
a
In South America
flower
of
told a
that would only give off Its tion.When Brother Peterson waxed formal petition la I to be submit. Statewide for Additional Information
ted !by the city, Formal clear.
smell when It was trodden crying along r
sweet powerful men were ance by the Port Authority and 11lrrrl''tf'7"t"
upon and bruised. with the women. Gamblers cried,

The human heart lo like that, liars cried, drunkards cried, _r'1lUrl"I.t'Itfftlrn..r! "'1fn)4t7'\"r'r7\'t..,..,..., "" '"r'r7\"trthmIT 7'ilt7'lrro.f7'M7\I' lt7\'i1'\1N'l'.. JIfrll 'rWt"_
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there Is something sweet about peaee-breakers cried, home
a crushed and bruised and bleed. wreckers cried, adulterers cried.
Ing heart that deepens and I looked up at Mama Julia and
sweetens the soul of man It was her face was wet with tears. MARCIA JANE HOMES
even so with Jesus Christ. ThisIs I II
why Negroes ought to be the I ;looked around at a very '
world's greatest preachers for beautiful young girl who was I
only they have had the requisite sitting to my other side and she Ie
LOOK AT THIS!
suffering. was crying to break her heartI. .
when a little motherless lad of five,

done Preaching by men is of powerful deep consecra began Peterson to cry."come as I heard in" Brother talking Live in one of these brand new deluxe CBS homes for

tlon and seasoned by prayer and ,
fasting. Sorry to say, that the about harvest time. as little as $15.00 a week :

current generation of young Ne That of life's un cI
was one my :
gro preachers seem to be obsessed forgettable experiences to liuir I Your choice of 5 model ,; ..
with the Idea of being scholars a man preach who was short on 2, 3 and 4 bedroom home
rather than being great learning but long on the Holy .
preachers. Spirit and power 'fI I ... Garage or carport
They carry around too Invariably Large closet, gas heater, built-in oven and range
This writer repeats, that thy
their brief cue, with scr-
Lot 75 ft. x 100 ft.
preachers of these critical
and all they greatest
mons stuffed away, '
have to do Is to reach back and times should be Negroes.:! Fellow [ 2 block from schools, chopping, churches
Negro preachers, what about
draw out the sermon they think I
will suit the occasion. : Buckingham Palace
DOWN PAYMENTS from $200NO
It is bad enough for our belt:
prepared men to carry around
their sermons in the brief case, COMING! CLOSING COSTS
rather than in their hearts, butit
is simply deplorable to see a YMCA'SANNUAL (Pay only $5.00 per week on down payment)

man with less than a fifth grade 1 ..
education, carrying around and DIRECTIONS
reading long dissertation to Musical Soiree
people who want to hear from 1c U. S. 1 Drive couth U.S. 1 Drive south

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 orld'* great I RITZ I For Sale. by Owner0 I.

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Personal MentionAlan teacher. .. ,....
The Robbie Wrights --' STARTS SUNDAY

If you are sick 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS on
Anniversary J. Taylor of the Wisteria'/ .
Hotel, 227 NW 9th st., returned and worrieddon't "Young One"ZAClIAIir corner lot. 4821 NW 10th
from vacation trip to SCOTT
markedthe Sunday a -I
Jane 30th at 6 p.m. fail to see
20th anniversary of the. Nassau. While there he was the Plus Ave.. Open SundaY' 2:30 to
Robbie Wrights of 3165 NW houseguest of his sister, Mrs. me. Daily 0:00,
Louise Moss of West St. Mr. General"Van
52nd St. To observe the occasion "Enemy 6 or phone MU 15381.
few of their friends were Taylor is very grateful to his employers a.m. to 9 p.m.. St. Matt. 5 and 0. Johnson p.m.
a The.Leonard's Store for
,
present at a patio party. The patio Blessed are the peace maker for
colored making it possible for him to .
Ighted with 1::
was gaily make the trip. This was Mr. Taylor's they shall be called the children
lanterns and toga ------------------- -
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lights first trip to Nassau since 2 .
of God.
sticks. Center of attraction was
the long "anniversary table" 1925. He reports a pleasant stay. 1959 N.W. 59th St.REV. PEOPLES DRUG STORE -' BARBECUEAND
flowers, the special
with lovely
Miss Erma Louise LUNCHEONETTE
Mackey
with the traditional wed McINTOSHSEE
cake .. JOSIAH
daughter of Mr. and'TMrs.Har
ding inscription bells and flowers"Happy, bearingthe 20th old ':Jack y of 7.0T): SW, 6th','ave., 402 and.406 N.W. 8th Street FR 4-5874

Anniversary, Hazel and Bob." Homestead, !os a; recent graduate ,
of Virginia State College with a Drug Store BarBQue<
Soft music played In the back bachelor of arts degree In biology THE WORLD'S
ground as the guests chatted science. Miss Mackey has Specializing in prescriptions, : Featuring breakfast: lunch
among themselves or played now entered Richmond, Virginia GREAT SPIRITUAL patent medicines and sundries auJ dinner. Old Hickory Barbecue
games. Just before the delicious Medical College. She was a great from 5 p.m.
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dinner was served, the happy uate of Mays High School In the LEADER Open daily 0:30: a.m. 12 p.m.
couple asked their minister, Dr. claw of 1955. Fri. Bat. to 1:30 a.m. Open Fri. & Sat. to 2:30 a.m
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Inside the house was displayed Power to 3 p.m. SUSPENDEDWhy
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Spensarlan Rose china by Easter- READINGSl$1.OO.r can clear you and have your driver's license backin
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Their Carver High friends 3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355
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THE MIAMI TIMES FLORIDA
Dt. Elks to Celebrate MIAMI

LOOKING THE .
,' ( .. Golden Anniversary ;, SATURDAY, JULY 16, 1961 PAGE 9

SPORTS WORLD OVERBy q., 'a.: Antlers Temple No. 39 :Dt. ,- ,
occasion. AH Dills, Daughtersand
....< Elks will c'elebrateita 50th*.or At 3:30: p.m. on Sunday a the public in general are InTited .
,. LEO B. ARMBRISTER I Golden Anniversary on Sunday, special''ptogram will be present.
,... '" i ed honoring the state treuur.tDt.
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If July ,16 by .attending .
-- Q OOClClOCloo.I I. $ Vera' A. Wilson at Atlas
ALT: STAR PLAYERS GAVE ;' worship at St., Peter's African.1! Lodge-Elki" home, 329 NW 16th DON'T COST THEY PAY
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ALL EVEN WITH HUMAN I .." Orthodox Cathedral, 1725. ,NW Terr. w.: 0 Perry, state president -
ERRORS 3rd court at 11. a.m. J ,,1 I will'-be the speaker for the MIAMI TIMES ADS

The thirtieth All Star Midsummer cf; Marr Jones 3 b; Charles Gordon I. -
baseball classic made p; William Pearson If; Hen.
its debut to the west coast ry Johnson rf; James Grims IS;
Tuesday' evening. For the first and Leroy Orange 2b.

five innings it was a quiescent YMCA HOLD SUCCESSFUL ek
American League that stood de. GAME
AND TRACK DAY
fenseless against the aged and
experienced twirling of Warren The Carver Branch of YMCA \
Spahn aided and abetted by held its track and game day a

"Dob Purkey. This stellar few,, day ?ago and with,much. ac ..
:. a pinch homecuiro:: .by Harmon tivities' to fill,a' larga schedule .:. '' .. ., '
.
... performance was only marred by The place winners In the game '
\ .
Kiebrew! at the beginning 'of lepartmeut were:' '- .' 1, ,
the sixth off Mike McCormick Basketball shot! Aaron Hall,
While the American Leaguerswere Allen Offord and James Home <...
being held at bay! the Nationals in that order.Horseshoe ; ,
: were feasting not too : Marion Collier,
lavishly on pitching they would Paul Wilson and Ernest Bethune. ?
like to be going against in their '
league for the entire season. Checkers: Cam Ford, James \
Flashes of excellence with the McCray, William Lockhart. :trnr \ \ P1Y
bat came from Clemente, Mays, Table tennis: Aaron Hall, % t '.
Robinon, Aaron and the greatest Howard Jackson and Ernest Betaune. '
.' thrill was to see George Altmanof :
the Chicago Cubs send the Cards: Victor Mitchell and \ "
first pitch thrown to him in an Richard Ball; Charles Colebrouk
All Star game emitting from the and A.len Offord; Ernest Be *s
'l;:
ball park. I thune and James Horne. ''f !f..'..

In the track events
for 60
All this time the natural handicap ,
and 76 Richard Williams .I
yds: ;
of Candlestick Park ,11a'd,
tot yet made its appearance; Howard'' 'Jackson' and Willie' ". : :;

this make wind, that ordinary is a humans factor usedto of w.ark.100 yds: Richard Williams, fIJ .. 'Q. What do them a'n CLEAN..ClEAN. : C 1EA'N H (I

these Mars who phenominallyenough Willie Clark and Howard. Jack- pi S1'I 1.LZaWLI Oll'l'
don't seem to !be able to on.
do anything wrong, came with 14-16 yrs. group _::::- Ms They mean that the.crlspestb r'ghlest gin 'n tonic

all its force, fury and power to 60 yds. Charles Cokibrook, Alien I Iks'r under the sun is made with "'
upset all the apple carts in its Hooks, James Horne. cleantastingFLEISCHMANN'S

path. It was Instrumental in 100 yds: Allen Offord, Charles '
;
setting a new record for errorsin Co.ebrook and James Horne ; GINI!
this supposed' to be
perfectly 220 .
yds: James Horne, Ernest
played game. It blew long enuoghfor Bethune Curtis Hunter. DISTILLED[ FROM AMERICAN GRAIN 90 PROOF m nsstmm DIJTIUINB coar..N1W m air
the Nationals to juggle a ;
Victor Mitchell, Larry
440
yds:
win from the Americans, this
Hall and Curtis Hunter.
: the little
closing gap a tighter
between the two. Now the standings "3OLFKIIS OFF TO JAX I
are 16.14 in favor of the
Americans. The next contest, Miami will be well representedat
July 31 in Boston, will have the Jacksonville 'Gate City
these same teams enjoying the Open Golf Tournament wich tees
honor they so well deserve as off next Thursday. Many playersare '
being the best who play the deciding to take thU one in p:
game of ,baseball as a warm-up to the many tourneys .
that will follow. Extensive
LITTLE LEAGUERS TO preparations have been made to ? S 4c
PLAY LVTEJl.RACIAL GAME
accommodate all those who aren
t.me to tegUUr Thursday
Little
League Baseball has
20., Total cash of
prize
been tu.y
taking on good form in the
past weeks, under the dutiful $500 and trophies for all ama- y

and patient guidance of Charles O'itr winners. :, v k Ii
Hill and Frank Spark of the HOWLIXU AVKKAtiKS
YMCA; James Lynes of James E.
Scott; Frank Brown of Opa The ludMUual high scores of 1q
Locka and Charles Green of the Mixed Uowling League at the
Carver's Ranch, these young aspirants Ml Bowling alleys were unchanged '
are grooming themselves by last week's bowling;
into shape to vie for a spot on but several averaged went up c
the Little League All Star team and down. Here are the leaders:
which will play a similar chosen Five top men "are Eddie Thorpe .. s
white All Star team. 174; T. White 166; Ted Potter ;
165; James Mitchum 163 and
These are some or the playersthe Dennis Peak 161.
team most likely will be
comprised: Monroe Jackson c; The women leaders are Kathy '
James MCCray u; Walter liar Rockwell 147;' Jerry King 126; if r :i
dennon ib; Oliver Williams 2b; Dot McIntosh 126; Juanita I I
Richard Mac p; Leonard Majorp Campbell 126 and Mary Mayo
; John Rango Ib; John White 121. (
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA
ROSETTA SMITH ,
Citizens
Senior
I PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961

STILL LEADING

Enjoy Lawn Party BARMAIDS' POLLThe Opa Locka t Kids Win '" z .,. ,

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Broward

THEIR LAWN PARTY AND I dress, still another and prize Popularity Contest Is now DAR HonorThe r. .,

GREEN THUMB CLUB second in place was an Island running at fever pitch as It County : .
headpiece of flowers In the top moves Into the final weeks be highest award given to ; .
The Golden Age Club of the of the crown, created and mod- fore the winner la selected. The Junior American Citizens, a pa- NewsBy '. 7..
Association at the triotic and educatonal project of .
James E. Scott Community contestants, all1 of them .
eled by Mrs. Lorinda Albury.Mrs. the Daughters of the American .. .
of :Mrs. moment being barmaids, are
was guest Isadore Kump claimed the gathering votes rapidly In com Revolution, Is the Thatcher
Eunice Liberty at a lawn partyon first prize with a Robin Hood peting for the fabulous top Award pin with citation. The Walter Bone ..jfWI

Thursday, July 6 on her creation, Mrs. Maria Natteal prize of an all-expense vacation pin Is a miniature replica of the .. __
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beautiful and spacious lawn at modelled a creation that bad a trip. Have you voted for your JAtC pennant In full color, ena
Russian look that appeared professional favorite yet? mel on gold. The citation notes
NW 52nd st. at 5
1793 p.m. The 'CWH Chamber of Commerce -
Mrs. E. Williams this pin Is presented to those
; Mary Top prize Is the choice of a ,_
More than 50 club membersand claimed that her creation week In Atlantic City during who have "demonstrated distinctive will meet Monday, July
hailed from China, with a bunchof Miss America Beauty Pageant qualities of dependability 12 at 8:30: p.m. All members are
guests gathered for a pleas pink flowers .on each side time, first week In September, ,and leadership to the satisfaction asked to be present and on time.
ant afternoon of outdoor fun I and the student C. B. mount, president.Miss .
:complimenting the pink flowers or should you prefer, a visit to. of the faculty
and festivity. A well rounded 'n her dress. the enchanting Island of Haiti. body, and In recognition of sere
program. was presented by the vices rendered for the promotion Victoria Roker of 5165
program committee of which Mrs. T. C. Kelly's creation One of these trips will also be of Justice, Americanism and SW 19th St., celebrated her
Mrs. Arabella Foster Is chair showed skill and taste with a offered to one of the lucky vot- character among fellow studentsand birthday at her home Sunday.
man, and under the direction of draping effect of palm leaves In ers who cast their ballot for one for worthy participation in Many of her friends and relativeswere '
Mrs. Mamie M Gill, program director strips. There were other out- of the candidates, plus a chance 'the activities of a junior American at the party and enjoyed a
of Adult and Senior CHI- standing models such as the for a U. S. Savings Bond. All Citizens' club." lovely evening with plenty of fun
Izens Department of the JamesE. chef's cap, the nurse's cap, all that Is necessary Is fill out the and refreshments.The .
Scott Community Association, of which showed enthusiasm and coupon for the purpose. Your John MacDonald Chapter DAR
a United Fund Agency. Interest. vote will count and may be the sponsors Junior American Citi- South Broward VFW Post
vote that could win the contest zens clubs in the elementary No. 8195 escorted Veterans to
The hostess Mrs. Eunice Lib Other activities during the for your favorite, Find the cou schools in Opa Locka, Hialeah, the Church services Sunday,
erty Is the daughter of the late narty were the matching game, pon and fill It out now! and Miami Springs, and it was July 9, who were able to go.
Mrs. Carrie Gilbert, a Golden find your partner by matchingthe The announcement of the final : very proud and happy to provide. Services took place at the audi
Age Club member to whose mem other half of the picture In winer will be made at the annual Thatcher Awards pins, with accompanying torium .of the Veterans Hospital.
ory this evening of fellowship) your kit, and fruit ibasket. Paper Mid-Summer Barmaids Ball citations, for these Accompanying Comm. Counts
was a tribute. The prevailing at I plate toss was a game of action which is being held this year at boys and girls selected for this were Alfred Watkins, Walter A.
mosphere during the entire evening -: :and interest. the beautiful new Knight Beat distinctive honor. Bowe, Robert Brayboy, Joan
had the charm and serene I Club of the Sir John Hotel on Hughley and president of ladies
ity that comes at the close of a The climax of the party was Sunday night, July 30. Namesof Karen Forbes, Addison Sweet auxiliary, Cora Hughley, Leola
beautiful summer day. It was In reached upon the sight of the the Lucky Voters. win' be announced Ing from Bunche Park. Brayboy: and Mrs. Bertha Miller.
this setting that Mrs. Libertywas refreshment table. It was the object at that time also. Irene Harris, Albert Foster
presented to the club toy Mrs. of oh's and ah's, the center James W. Johnson. ,. .. ,\ --- .-
M. Gill as their hostess. Mrs. niece being a huge white cake As of Wednesday night, the s3stst lwil
Liberty gave a warm and friend with yellow roses, and Inscribedfor voting of the leaders Is- as follows Carolyn Hooks. James Miller,
ly welcome to the club and the Golden Age Ladies of : East Opa Locka. FOR SALEOR

time, the club knew that the oc- .T SCA. Around this cake were Uo!'etta Smith Clarence Myers of Bunche

friends. Although she made no delicious sandwiches, candy, for Savoy Satellite . 6,000 Park won first place in the TRADE
reference to her mother at that senior citizens), mints that Is, a Irma Clarke .
state JAC contest for his
casion was for her mother's I colorful fruit punch, a home Tiny's 7th Ave. . 4,000 "Builded on a Rock;" this poster entry Your home or lot
sake. Thus the occasion was un made cake and Ice cream.
Jerry Williams For brand
home
went on to win first place in the a new
spoken, but deeply felt, with a Mary Elizabeth . 3,100
Members forgot their diets national contest also. This is an
sense of admiration for their
Queen Esther .
and indigestion and gathered outstanding achievement.
former club member.A table. Tiny's 7th Ave. . 3,000
around the
Debris Taylor Laura Adams of East Opa 1437 N.W. 56th St

presented"Thank to the You"hostess.card It was wasa Members enjoying the treat Baker's Bar . . 3,000 Locka won first place in the 839 N.W. 56th St.
Lorean Carr state
were Mesdames Arabella Foster, JAC contest for her essayon
jumbo sized card bearing the 636 Club . . "Our
names of the club members Helena Slfontes, our club queen, . 2,500 Charters of Freedom." 3-bedroom, 2 baths
Ida
Moore ,Is noteworthy for a school in
its
Mamie Gassantana, Spero Co-
present, the cover of which was kine, Mary E. Williams Eliza. Sir John Lounge . 2,100 initial year of organization. Garage, Florida room
the smiling face of a clock, say- Betty Gray

Ing "Thank." you for. a wonderfultime. Alma beth Houston Outlaw,, Mary Lorinda A. Williams Albury,, King 0' Hearts . .'. 2,000 Twin Lakes Elementary named See Sunday 2-6 p.m.,
Eunice Nelson Mattie Butler Erma Matthews Miss Julia S. John of John Mac-
Each guest was given a Merry birthday honoree Allle Red; ,, 635 Club . . . 2,000 Donald Chapter "Citizen of The Harmar, Inc. MO 5-3592
Makers Kit, which consisted of Ella Lampkin, Irene Rahmlngs, Others with less than 2,000 Year" for her extensive Junior
a barge sheet of newspaper, a Florence Wilson, Isadore Kumo.. points not listed. American Citizens activities. .
magazine picture torn In half, an Ella Wilson, Henrietta Chlpman, ,------ --1:1
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old! Christmas card, and the Amelia Taylor, Mrs. Clara Ennis, I :
name of a fruit. From the news I Clotee Barnett, Mable McFadden, S '
paper the members were askedto Louise Moore, Lucy Larkin Maria For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call :
create and design a summer Natteal, Mrs. J. L. Dixon,
chapeaux to 'be modeled duringthe senior citizens committee mem
evening. The Christmas card ber, Mrs. Odessa James, club : :
was given to make a colorfulfan president, Mr. Sam Wiggins, \\B.O NDED
and the picture to be match. Miss Olive Alexander, executive
ed with another guest for getting director of the James E Scott
acquainted, the name of a Community Association.
fruit for. the game fruit basket.
Other guests were Mrs. Alta
The background music for the Screen, who helped make the ,COLLECTION o
fashion show was recordings of party enjoyable. Mrs. Elizabeth :
songs .of the island, interpretedby Wilson, Mrs. Mary E. Brown,
Lawrence \Velk. Each model Mr. and Mrs. George Members,
stepped lively before the guest Mrs. Henrietta Miles, Mrs. Clem
passing the judges to presenther Gandy, Mrs. E. O, Saunders, Mrs.
creation. Outstanding among Susie McKandes, Mrs. W. Rawl, AGENCY{ Inc.
them were: the first model, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. W. Wade, Cheater
Minnie Grier, whose hat was a Trapp, Mrs. Birdie Fayson. ,
creation of simplicity that was Friends assisting the hostess .{ '
matching her cool white dotted were Mrs. Marie Price, Mrs
swiss dress. Another attractive Mamie Montgomery Mrs. Marie The largest collection and rental

model was Mrs. Spero Parker Co. House, Mrs. Mary McCoy, Miss
kine whose creation was a tall !Mable Barlow, Mrs. Nina Simons, agency in the South; operating in '
crown of summer hisblscua Mrs. Caretha Bawl and Mrs. _
blossoms, pink matching her Amy Joiner. Dade and Broward Counties'


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Rev. Ira McCall to Nassau Singers To
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,.,.. Present Gospel Appear Here
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-"., CaravanThe
The Nassau Gospel Hannon.eltes *
WMBM Fund
Scholarship of Bethel Baptist Churchare
will present Rev. Ira McCal)
now In our city attendingthe
and his gospel at North
> caravan
'Sunday School and BTU
western Senior High School
Congress of the Atlantic Coast
auditorium Friday July 13, 8 to
met Baptist Association. They will be
1 p.m. Contribution 100. All
directed by their pastor, the
proceeds will go toward the
Rev. II. W. Brown.
WMBM\ : scholarship fund.

All your favorite gospel On Monday July 17 at '8 p.m.
groups will appear to entertainyou they will be appearing at St.
and help this most worthy James Baptist Church on 14th st.
MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA cause. Will you be there? near 3rd ave. Rev. J. L. John.
I ST. MATTHEWS Blanche Galloway executive eon pastor.
SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 PAGE 11 director, says she will be look-
Rev. N. F. Clark, pastor' ing for you. Tuesday, July 18 at 8 p.m.,
Rev. J. E. Munroe reporter New Providence. Baptist Church,

Youth Day At Dr. H. W. Brown This Is the Sunday. The Sunday ST. PAUL A. M. E. 5770 NW 15th ave., Rev. J. C.
when we are having the Durney, pastor.Wednesday .
Antioch"Youth greatest Homecoming Reunionof RIT. M. J. Fayson pastor
Speaks Here SundaySunday all times. The line-up singing, Mn. Lee Cray, reporter July 19 at 8 p.m.

with swift feet walks a host of choirs and singing Sunday School . . 9:30: New Bethel Baptist Church, 68th
onward In the way; the, land of morning the. Rev. Dr. groups> speakers'', the Honorable Morning Worship . 11:00: Terr near 17th ave., Rev. Er
joy lies all before his eyes. H. W. Brown pastor of Bethel Mayor Robert King High Rev. Evening Worship . . 7:0'0Sunday : nest Williams, pastor.

Bulwer. Baptist Church Nassau, Bahamas Edward T. Graham and others. School,.....*,........... 9:30:
On Sunday July 16, the pastor will be the guest speaker at All families will be represented Morning Worship, ............... 11:00 Thursday July 20 at 8 p.m.
and members will observe their Brownsville Baptist Church, 29th in groups also all of our vis Evening Worship ................. 7:30B. : Mt. Olivet Baptist Church 1450 ,
annual Youth Day. A cordial In ave. and 60th st., the Rev. Randolph itors. Please do us a favor and T. ..................... 8:30: NW 1st court, Rev. I. C. Mlcklns,
vitation is extended to the public Thompson Is the pastor.On come early so you can be seated The North Miami District pastor.
to come out and enjoy the in order. Thanks In advance for closed one of our best Sunday Friday July 21 at 8 p.m.,
morning afternoon and evening Sunday morning at 7:15: coming and we will see you Sunday School conventions Saturday I. Israel Bethel Baptist, 160 NW
he will be delivering a short evening for with 18th St. Rev. P. D.
services. at 3 p.m., July 16 many years Brantley,
Allen message over WMBM and will Rev. M.\ J. Fayson of St. Paul pastor.
Turner a member of St.
be heard 'over this station from I
James AME Church, who is wMe-'! MT. SINAI BAPTISTRev. bringing the message Friday
Friday of next
Monday through
ly known in the religious circle\ night. His subject was "The Sunday July 23 at 7:30: p.m.
will deliver the Poring message week. These devotional mes S. A. Thomas, pastor Lord is my Shepherd." Temple Baptist, 1723 NW 3rd
He is a graduate of North- sages will 'be broadcast at the Mra. J. S. Walker, reporter The congregation was well ave., Rev. L. A. Thompson, pas!

western High School and a stu usual periods during the morn Sunday School . . 9:30 pleased with the reports from I tor.A
dent at Edward Waters Collage. ing hour. Morning worship . 11:00 the delegates. The spirit was cordial invitation is extend

A special treat is In stora at Dr. Brown is attending the BTU . . . . 6500 I high in our morning service. ed to one and all to attend these
the afternoon program when Sunday School Congress of the Evening worship . . 7:00 Choir No. one was at its best. programs of classical and spiritual
the Atlantic Coast Baptist Association Sinai The missionaries program was a music.
young people> will dramatize The members .of Mt.
the "Twelve Keys to God's Re. which started Wednesday have launched out a new project, success. The Excelsior 0 1 u b
sources! morning. Rev. L. A. Thompson renovating the church the entire wishes to thank everyone who FRIENDSHIP M. BAPTIST
Our evening speaker will be Is the moderator. building has .been painted and helped to make their program a
huge success. Our sick membersare Rev. W. E. Sims
another young man Franklin the pews have been polished. pastor
Clark. He is a very Interesting ANTIOCH BAPTIST These deacons have certainly on the mend. Mrs. L. Baker SLat Ruby Lee Carr, reporter

speaker> and is widely known In added to the beauty and comfortof is in Mt. Sinai Hospital, Please Sunday School ...........?....... 9:30:
the religious social and educational J. W. Stepherson pastorM the church. visit our sick and shut-ins. Morning worship .,.?........... 11:00:
circles. Mr. Clark Is a iRev. The members of Ward No. 1 Evening "service .................... 7:00:
graduate T. Copeland, reporter LUKE BAPTIST BTU . . . 5:30:
of meetingand ST.
Booker T. Washing. enjoyed a delightful "
Sunday School ............. ... 9:45
ton High School and Florida BTU ...................?....................... 8:30: refreshments at the home of Rev. P. W. Williams, pastor Our revival services 'began
Normal and Industrial Memorial Horning worship . 11:00 Mrs. Alice ,Hart Sunday July 8, Mrs. Burnesta Green, reporter this week, July 10 with one
College. He Is an active memberof . 7:00 All who attended had a lovely
Evening worship week
the St. John Sunday School . . 9:30: prayer meeting followed on
Baptist Church Vacation Bible School will begin evening. July 17 with nine nights of
Morning Worship . 11:00
and a teacher in the the passing of our
We regret
school sys- Monday July 17 We are member Bro. DTU . . . . 5:30: preaching by the Rev. J, E. Me-
and faithful
tem.Make 'ooking for your child dear evening Worship . 7:00: Creary of Ocala. He is a God
plans to visit us on this Wiley Spence who died on Tuesday -
There will:! be a box supper sent revivalist Come and hear
day. The Rev. 0.' W. Foster is sponsored by the No. 1 usher July 4. The fourth Sunday July 23rdis him and harts will rejoice
your
Men's Day at St. Luke. Each
the minister. Mrs. Rachel B. Funeral services will be held
21. The la invited
board July public while this man of God preach to
member is asked to his
Pratt Is the reporter. for Mrs. Ruth Martin Saturday, pay assegment. -
Come
you out and have
Your cooperation is your
July 15. Mrs. Martin was a memo
Sunday night July 16 after faith lifted. You are always welcome
MT. TABOR BAPTISTRev. service there will be a musical ber of choir No. 1 and a true expected. The committee has selected at Friendship
usher and faithful servant of God. two outstanding speakersfor
sponsored by
P. S. Brown pastor program board> No.1. At this time you -The public Is invited to wor the day Their names will be

Sunday School ...*............... 0:45: will see and hear the Trumpet ship with us at all times and mentioned later. The cofmittee
Morning worship ....._.?.?. 11:00 Kings and the Christian Ayers know that you are welcome. Is sponsoring a barbecue. sale at
Evening worship .......__ 7&0 Specialist the church Saturday July 16 at ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
12 until.
Since the beginning of time No. 1 usher board of Invites GRACE PRESBYTERIAN
man has devised a means to ac you to I lift 20th anniversary
quire funds to meet his financial Sunday July 23 at 3 p.m. 6895 N.W. 14th Ave. COMING! For everyone We specialize in
needs. Thus in the church a va Our sick and shut ins are: Bro. Rev. W. F. Savoy, pastor assigned risks, with small down

riety of fund raising activitieswere Joe Bryant Bro C S. Culver, Sunday School . . 9:30 YMCA'S payment. Financing arranged
born. $I is. Marlah Washington tie Morning service . 11:00 Altman Insurance Agency, 768
ANNUAL
The membership of the Mt. Lula Williams Sis. Estella AcV Evening service . . 7:00 NW 3rd St., FR 12421.

Tabor Baptist Chursh is now In hlaon Sis Precious Perry, Bro Wed. night; study . . 8:16 Musical Soiree
the process of formulating plans Bryant Fisher, Christian Hos Youth Fellowship Friday 7 p.m.

for their annual Women's Day pital room 22, Let us pray for The congregation has elected .
Drive. and visit them. elders to -- -------- -
the following serve as I
This drive Is, again being trustees of our church: J. D.

spearheaded by Mrs. Ethel Wll- MT. CALVARY BAPTIST Faniel George Baldwin and
kerson serving as general chair- Johnnie Patten. Mr. Faniel was

man and Mrs. Angelina Pinkney Rev. E. M. Thofas pastor also selected to serve as chairman PRIZES
serving as chairman. Phyllis Myers, reporter of the church anniversary WIN !

Women the builders of a firm Sunday School . . 9:30: program in November.
Foudatlon has been chosen as Morning Service . 11:00: Herschel Peterson representing >

the theme for the drive. BTU . . . .5:30: the deacon ,board performedhis
Our goal has ,been set for Evening Service . . 7:00 duties very well in leading ToW
$7,000. To achieve this goal the Sunday morning our pastor evening devotions last Sunday. By Listening

membership has been organized delivered a great message to us. Vespers this Sunday eveningwill
Into three categories: Organiza It was very inspirational and be sponsored by the choir.
tions captains> with workers and everyone enjoyed his sermon. There will be an Important
individual workers.On meeting; of the elders and deacons M B M 1220When
October 26, 1961 all ac Sunday at 3:30: p.m. the Wil following the Sunday morn
tivities will culminate with the ling Workers had a tea in the ing service
members making their behalf of their
sacrifice anniversary on
at the altar. the fourth Sunday In July. The your favorite WMBM: Disc Jockey calls you,

We are asking for the prayers guest speaker was MUs Emily Church of The Open Door answer your phone by saying "WMDM 1-2-2-0". If

and support of our friends to Bernard. They had a wonderfultime (Congregational)
help us to make our Woman's and their tea was a suc Rev H. C. McDowell pastorA. you are listening to WMBM. If you do this, you will

Day drive a success. cess. E. McNael. reporter have won $12.20, and if you are able to identify the
Again Sunday night the
pastor
BAHA'I FAITH delivered another great message. Everyone enjoyed the reports Disc Jockey and answer a simple question, you will
given by Julius Lee and James
Ervin who attended the Senior win a special prize. Remember, say WMBM 1220.
George Savitt publicity chairman FIRST BAPTIST CHURCHOpa High Conference at Lake Byrd

tor the Greater Miami Chapter Avon Park. Darnella Smith and CALLS MADE ALL DAY LONG
Locka
American Association for Anita Brown left Thursday for
the United Nations and Miami Rev. W. J. Macon, pastor .

Times columnist "Phil Ossofer," Mrs. Sara E. McRae, Sec', camp.We are now an integrated part
will conduct the regular weekly We are looking forward to of the United Church of ChrLst. -
discussion to be held at the our visit from the Sunday Our own Mrs. Marie F. Brown SPECIAL PRIZES -:

Baha'i Center, 137 NW 11th ave., School and BTU Congress to attended the final meeting of
8 p.m. Sunday July 16. Ills sub convene here on July 17. This is the general council of Congregational
$122 Cash $212.20 Ca.hWa.hlng
ject will: be "The Purpose of Re the first time we have been so Christian Churches and
ligion." The public is cordially honored and we are sure we will witnessed a step forward in
Machine TV large worth
Invited to attend. Phone secretary have a successful session. church history. She shared some screen,

formation., PL 1-5213 for further In- Sunday our deacons and dea of her impressions In her reportto Room Full of Furniture over $250Fishing

conesses celebrated their 11th the church Sunday morning.Our .
anniversary. Chairman of deacons church has hlstrolcally beenIn $312.20 Cash equipment and
NEW BETHEL BAPTIST W. J. Armstrong and the foreground in all areas of boat worth $500Refrigerator
president of deaconesses, Evelyn significant advance and now in
1571 N. W. 68th Terrace Ramsey expressed their grati- the area of church union It leads $412.20 Cash

Rev Ernest Williams, astor tude for the fine showing.Our the way. We are not in an ec Hi Fi Set
))
eeon Fred Williams, reporter clesiastical straight jacket we
3-day trip to Nassau for
Sunday School . . 9:10 pastor beamed with pride are free to exercise our witness. .
Morning worship . 11:00 over the whole affair Rev. A. And here in Miami we are the Air Conditioner 2 worth $150 plus $100

(Evening Service . . 7:08 M. Griffin his choir and congregation Open Door. A cordial welcometo
Transitor Radio worth in cash.
The children's choir will render attended him well. Many all visitors and friends to our
service Sunday A choral other visiting deacons and deaconesses services. Sunday School, Women's over $100. $512.20 C..hTHE

[group from Nassau will be athe from churches of the Fellowship: Men's Classes and
church on July 19. Come out city worshipped with us on this youth groups meet at 9:45.
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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 CJLAKL1K AOKT1I and Dan. I Attend WorldFellowship ; "

iel Lang are still raving about Dinner
their boat ride to, Blmlnl. The

.. ride wasn't the highlight. f Many dignitaries will attend Ia
H. Daniel and C. C. N. went World Fellowship Dinner at Mt.
fishing for the big 'uns and Zion Baptist Church Monday,
rsL' came ,back with a 20-lb. grouper ,July 17, 8 p.m. Final plans have,
and a huge margret fish. But' I been made by the Baptist Wo >s
North had the hard luck story. I men of local area from Hollywood
He hooked into a tarpon and to Homestead for' the
fought ,the behemoth for several World Fellowship Dinner which STRAIGHTEN
A"f minutes before his line went proceeds will go towards the
I-f I EPINDER
iI
limp. That's disheateningt liquidation of the National YOUR HAIRat
OXTIlE I Youth Camp which was founded
-- : and established by the late Dr. HOME In one easy application!
JULY :BIRTHDAYS Nannie Burroughs '.
: July IB,
You can ha v.natural-looJdngstralght
Leading Baptists will attend
Ida B. .
Jackson Rachel Pratt
I ; hair tM safe SILKY STRATE
NEW HAMPTON Lounge I Moon who owns' apartments at 16, Annette. McNeal; 17, Helen this event. Arrangements have way. Your hair; stays straight for
continues to hold to its policy: 242 NW 12th St., 242.48 NW I Jones, Miselene Yvette Nicholson been made to take care of the months, won't go back even when
Men, coat and tie; ladies, In 8th st. and 432 NW 7th st. P.D. ; 18,. Gladys Session; 19, capacity crowd that is expected: wet. Easy-to-follow directions for
their dressy attire. I recall the Mangus owns duplexes on 73rd, Leatha --Williams Warren Eu The committee on finance con profeeaional-like resulta.
time when every outing fpr me 74th and 75th sts. from 18th to gene Butler, Hezekiah Pratt. tinues to 'ask that all persons FOR WOMENi Gentle Strength
was this policy. It's bond to 20th aves. Gina Jollivette who are responsible for the sale FOR MENi Regular Strength
maintain the purpose of the had .surgery in Mt. Sinai Hospital of tickets report immediately as $125
Hampton Lounge. The facilities Thursday for torn ligamentIn an account of every ticket
her knee. She suffered the in- must be made. Mow Kit 11.98 plus Ux With N.utr ll:.r
at this beautiful, colorful luxurious EXPERT WATCH AND .
entertainment center are Jury while dancing The MONEY-BACK GUARANTEEIn
yours for an evening's outing. crowded St. Agnes Church on CLOCK REPAIRS every package
You'll enjoy It The G. W. Monday proved that Susie Eve Andrews' Jewelers I
Car v e r Branch YMCA Is Gresham was a well-liked person NEED MONEY
I in this city. She and sister, I
annual
busy planning that $25 to $600 .
303 N.W.
evening of Instrumental entertainment Lillian really did a good Job In 2nd Ave.
and talent. It's their bringing up and educating theif All work guarantee Call PL 8-3653
6th such .musical soiree. Sunday I nieces and nephews. They don't'come 40 Year In Business NOW OFFICIALLYOPEN
August 13 at their Breezeway like Susie everyday. FR 30182 IDEAL LOAN _.

on 15th ave. I MARVA ADDKRLY returned 6105 N.W. 7th Ave.

DON STRACHAN's ,School of from Howard U. and Washington ,i
Dance continues building pres. on Wednesday "Unlimit
WorldWideEmploymentAgency
tige in the .social cicrles. His ed" goes Bowling. You're really <
Intrepretive,. paranga and Afro missing a treat If you haven'tbowled
American oesiThmH. recently. Special Instruction
Cuban dance are featured and class free dally. See who's FREE DRINKS FREE
in big demand among all groups bowling in "Unlimited" due on
An evening of dramatic en- the newsstands this weekendand 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
tertainment Sunday, July 30 at lots Sunday From 4 to 5 p.m. '

the Church of the Incarnation The former Alice Reynoldsand FR 3-5755
awaits you Barbara Jean bubble (he's a musician) IT'S ALL ON THE HOUSE
Speights and Milton Flemingare are our neighbors (The Times)
.
mailing invites to their Aug. Dave Bondu and Phil Harris COME OVER AND ENJOY SOME-AT 0
at the Starlight Roofof
6 nuptial teamed to
have presentthe
up
the Carver Hotel Jessie MAIDS work in New
Box Revue (
Jewel Queersvllle -

Mae(dght.Davis of the and Lowe James Griffins Shelton), Hearts top Monday artists,) July at the 17.King 0' Dixie Bar & Package Store York $35 to $55

dated theirs for Aug. 12.

BOXING TilE NEWS 1454 N.W. 7th Avenue FR 3-9590 Private home sleep in, free
VERNALD BURROUGHS mot room board TV
From Hollywood comes news etc.
ored to Dee Cee in his
up new that Nat (King) Cole has sign The Finest Beverages at Popular Prices
Olds to visit son Roland and NO DEPOSIT
ed a new 1O- contract with
year
daughter-in-law George Kll- Capitol Records and is currently Whiskies Wines Ueers Soft Drinks
Patrick surprised Winnie on her 'NO REGISTRATION FEE
completing work on a three-
birthday Tuesday with a little record album which will Incor Open 8 o.m. tot 1 a.m.Sunday 1 to 7 p.m.
shindig In their Brownsville
porate most of the hit tunes he Air or bus transportation
home Bill Thurston of the
has recorded. He has been with Arthur Shelton
Manager
Advanced at Once
Midway Barber Shop is ill at
home The Club Royale is on the company 17 years.
the limb for lack of business.
The July broadcast of "Negro -Hi
The once flourishing bar business .. ... __. _. __ _,,, "
College Choirs" the ABC Radio n' ''' ''' '' '"" .. .. ...
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tn :!: ,, ,
has vanished and the placeis ,, ,,
Network's weekly series, fea ..... .. ..:.?.. ............... .. .. "lw ::
little more than a package tures choruses of five of the 32- :.2t fSUBBBSEB3Kn .t. ..t..t..t t.Ut..t....t.........t..t.... .......t....t..t......,'.......
store not even opening un
now. member Institutions of the Unit N r13
til 5
p.m.N1LGltO ed Negro College Fund. ::

: 1'AlNTtfRS and carpenters The Bishop College choir in N BETTY
are sore at'a couple of Marshall, Tex. will be heard LEE APTS El
White rental unit owners in this July 16. Next will be the Paine ft; ,
section who refuse to
use Negro College choir, Augusta, Ga.,
labor in keeping their buildingsIn July 23. The choir of :Fisk Univ.,
repair. The two are Charlie Nashville, will be presented July

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'Tuesday, July 18. Persons who ,= ou. ....... ....
July 19thThe attend this contest will be awed fm
by the contestants and amazed :; : DAILY GARBAGE -.
Locks Health Club yt COLLECTION !c
Opa by the demonstrations of physical .f
will present a MU Body Beautiful feats accomplished by the N ,'''or
and Mr. Miami Physique students of physical culture. jr CONVENIENT TO
contest at the Northwestern High BUS 26 & 24
School auditorium, Wednesday Deadline for all entries is Lu3
July 19 at 8:30: p.m. qualify for the Miss Body Beau
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tiful contest. All persons desirous ;1 See manager in Apt. 105 or care taker: Apt. 106 j jei
This affair offers the oppor- of participating can cantact : ,*
tunity to everyone in and around Ezekiel Poltier by calling MU
the South Florida area to compete 1-3667 or by visiting his residence I
for the titles of Miss Body at 1995'NW 152nd St. 1i Ji: BONDEOCOLLECTION
AGENCY
Beautiful and Mr. Miami Phy f i
siaue.'Contestants. Tickets are on sale at North'sTravel !
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Bureau, Neat's Market n 3'
will use their rant's Drlveln. CommunityDrug :u 1163 NW3rd Avenue M
beauty or their muscles to vie Toback's Drug and Pratt FR 3-8416
for these titles. Cleaners. :u, HTHE

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t 1 .M Job OpportunitiesGreater THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
.'....
:f Miami Urban League, I SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961 PAGE 13
: 805 ir\V First St., II. Allen
Wheatley I..., vocational services
secretary Phone FH 1-C470.
1I
.Mathematician

Steno Clerk I House For Rent $150 Cash $65 a Mo.
Motor Vehicle Examiner

Clerk 2-bedroom house, hot water 2-bedroom with porch, oa

'. large lot, near NW 54th St.,
,' supplied, one half block to no qualifying.Live .

I elementary school. Unfur Rent Free
r 2 houses on 1 lot
KINDERGARTEN OPEN FOR RENT OR LEASE niah d. 5238 NW 24th Ct. I

For working mothers. GreaterSt. NICE, well equipped restaurant.
Mark Kindergarten will be Deer and wine l1cense- available Open any time. $500 Down $100 Mo.
thruout the 4404 Pembroke Road, West
open" summer. Spec
lal rates, clean, wholesome at- Hollywood. Phone YU 9-5139, 4 bedroom home, plus a 2
mosphere for your child. Rot Mrs. Eva Roberts, Prop. Open Sun. 1-3 bedroom for rental to make

meals, pick up service. 1455 NW your monthly payments.See .
53rd St. Call, OX 1-755 or OX 836 N.W. 47th St.
MS37. ., Ju29 FOR SALEIF FOR SALE today.
--- -
1392 N.W. 52nd St.
YOU ARE Planning on buy $345 Down $77 Mo. Frozen custard and snack Home and income
FOR I RENt ing a horde in Carver Ranches,
don't buy until you eee our two No bar. All out for quick
Closing Costs; carry ,
bedroom, .
large living room with
LOWEST RENT In town. 1 and large picture window, all formica $1,500 Dn. $30 Mo.
2 bedroom Apts. ,Adults ale, $1,350. Equipment
only. $7 kitchen and carports at 6240 Large 2-bedroom CBS with
week and up. 3200 NW 47th at.Indf. i I Lovely 2 bedroom CBS witha
SW 23rd St. Call OX 1-5453. I screened porch, carporte, worth more than asking
Jul6 oak floors, partly furnish- 1 bedroom apt. as rental

APARTMENT One' bedroom, FOOT "'ss lot, Pembroke ed. FHA mortgage I price. 1401 NW 3rd Ave. unit, fence, corner lot. Call
4190 NW 32nd ave Indf for appointment.
Rd between 40th and 42nd ayes
CA 17533.
=-u I
W. Hollywood. Reasonable terms.
APARTMENT. TWO bedrooms, Call S. Slowin, PL Open Sunday 1-5 TRIO REALTY
4190 NW 32nd ate. Indf 7.U12.Ju12 2
801 N.W. 54th St.
FURNISHED or unfurnished etflclefacj7 BUILDINO -- three 2 bedroom 784 N.W. 47th Terr. MIAMI TIMES: ADS
t* 'bedroom 1 kltcheti i,' "' NE 6-8745 LI19-8372,
< apartment. Eftcellent cc nditlon.* :t Ih 4'.k l ,
1 bath> Quiet and secluded tn 4821 NW, 15th court, Jul6 $595 Dn. No' closing costs DON'T COST THEY PAY ,.,
fenced-In yard. 3020 NW 52nd
St. NE! 4-3725 or NE .. LOVELY HOME Beautiful 2-bedroom CBS
.3259.juU to responsibleprice. ,
with screened porch, tile
Choice location close to ---- -------- ---
bus line and swimming pool roof, carporte, extra large
FURNISHED Efficiency Free FHA terms. 935 NW 48th St.. utility room, stove, refrigerator. -
gas, water and electricity. 4190 call PL 'T7969. Jul5 2 CORNER HOMESMANOR
NW 32nd are. Indf Many extras. FHA

BEDROOM CBS. Tile roof, mortgage. PARK AREA
BEAUTIFUL bedroom apt. In
hardwood floors, FHA mortgage.
Opa Locka, area. Low rent. NE ..
4.0500, OX 1-5453. indf 1321 NW 44th St. NE 6-5634, Each 3-bedroom and 3 baths with garage and large
Call for appointment. Open Sun. 1-5
HOUSE furnished unfurnish corner lot. Choice location plus low down payment
or
FOUR YEAR OLD CBS In
house
ed. Reasonable. 2949 NW 47th,Liberty City, on large lot, tile 1327 N.W. 43rd St. makes this a MUST SEE.SUNGLOW.
St. Phone PL 89717. roof, two ''bed-rooms, Fla. room,
hardwood floors low down pay REALTY
NICE ROOMS for nice people at ment. PL 41207. : $345 Down $68 Mo.
534 NW 8th St. Apply at 490 I
1741 S.W. 8th Street FR 1-5489
NW 8th St. Louise's Beauty I i Very nice 2-bedroom CBS.
YOU WILL have to look inside
Shop. to appreciate the spaciousness Furnished kitchen, car

3-BEDROOM of this' bedroom CBS porte, awnings, oak floors. I .
HOUSE
room, large play with 1383 Fla.NW home. Two Fla. rooms, luclously . . I . ._. ..-.... ._..... I I I . I I I I I
area landscaped, fenced back yard.
FHA mortgage. No closing
55th St.
Call 71089. ((1380 NW 53rd St. PL 81549. costs. HOMES FOR SALE :

LOVELY SMALL HOUSE. $22 I$350 DOWN, 1 mortgage $79 a. -. -- ... NEW N.W. AREA

fined per week.family.Will$100 sell to down clean, ,bal re !month cost No, 2 qualifying bedroom,CBS.no closing Oak We have many more homesto CBS 3 bedroom, 2 bath, Florida room, utility room,

ance like rent. Near 32nd aye. I floors, awnings, carporte. See select from. Call us dayor one mortgage. Low down payment, only $81 per
and 68th st. Owner, NE 5-5566. month.
owner on property 2981 NW' night.PL .
I 66th St. or call OX 1-4695 I
COMPLETELY FURNISHED 2- LIVE FOR FREECBS

bedroom apt. Utilities Included 7-8456 283 NW 79th Si duplex Rent one side, live free in the other, 2
Adults
only. 1235 NW 68th Ter.
Advertise It Pays! ... -.. .!'fiiI1I1'1 a bedroom apartment. Only $11,950, $400 down pay
3-BEDROOM HOUSE unfur ment.

nished. Enclosed porch 7119 BUY ONE OR BOTHTwo
NW 20th ave. OX 1-6676. I
I Sunlight Beauty School beautiful CBS duplex buildings on separatelots

1BEDROOMHOUSE, furnished only 2 years old, like new. Completely furnish
utilities paid, ,quiet. Adults. Sat.
f:.. and Sun. 807 NW 51st St. Give yourself a life-long profession ed and equipped. This can't be beat. Low price, good
terms. Call Harry Denny, now. Office open.
ENROLL NOW
FURNISHED APT. for couple,,
6820 NW 17th Aye OX M690.
Action Inc.
Special Low Down PaymentCALL Realty
FURNISHED ROOM. PL 17718.
4/
FR 4-9998 253 N.W. 79th St. PL 7-4544

ROOM in private home with 4 I I I . I ... . . . . I I I . I I I .
. kitchen privileges. Quiet, single
'. or couple preferred 2123 NW
63rd St.LARGE.

HOUSE. Completely fur WHY SPECULATE?

nlthed 56th St.BEAUTIFUL. or rooms, 2114 NW Buy Tour Home Today !

i NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A BEAUTIFUL

ROOM In private" See These Ford Realty Exclusive Listings And Then HOMESITE IN A FINE DEVELOPED SUBDIVI-
home. Home-like; I atmosphere.
1826 NW 55th St., NE 32740. SION ON FLORIDA'S BOOMING WEST COASTMARLEE
Come by Our Office!

3-BEDROOM house with stove 3045 N.W. 68th Bedrooms Down
and refrigerator, 1382 NW 55th St.-(3 ) $995

St., PL 7.1089.3.nEDROOM 2921 N.W. ACRESat
-70th Terr.-(2 bedroom CBS) $350 Dn.

HOUSE on b u f 1757 NW. 52nd St.-$300 Down $68,82 Week
line. Reasonable 2135 NW 72nd

St. 1951 NW. 52nd .-(no closing costs) $395 Down PALMETTOAbout

$75 Month

Help Wanted
1066 N.W. 47th Terr.-$450 Down (large home) ( 35 mi. south of Tampa, near newly announce

ATTRACTIVE WOMEN 18 to :30
interested in advertisement 2997 N.W* 64th St.-$300 Down $59 Month ed 35,000 home retirement development. .

sales for directory. Apply 11-3,
COMMUNITY UNITY (In Ar .
cade) Northslde Shopping Center. -
79th and 27th ave. A5
0 We help with financing
you your FOR YOUR RETIREMENT HOME OR FOR INVEST-

OPERATOR to manage beauty 0 We have 300 others
shop and also additional opera over MENT. (CERTAIN TO DOUBLE IN VALUE.)
tor. Call OX 1-9845!) NE 56692. O We are open Saturday and Sunday .

SALESMEN. Unlimited oppor PRICED AS LOW AS $395.00

tunities for salesmen and saleswomen -

train career with for program.a leadership long-range Phone abilityto lucrative FR FORD REALTY, Inc. $25.00 Down $10 MonthFOR

4-1561 for an appointment.:

5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7.2559 t INFORMATION PHONE MO
82872'I
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA IN MEMORIAMIn

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 1'5,1961 mother loving, memory of our dear I I L CARDS MEMORIALS

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CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKSThe
family of the late I CARD OF THANKSThe CARD OF THANKS'Swt''k 1
the late
family of SEDGWICH "Train" ROKER
MRS. MATTIE BAKER who passed away June 5, 1961 family of the late,
who was laid to rest on July 6, wishes, to thank the. many r MRS. MARGARET A. GIBSON
1961 takes this, method of expressing neighbors and friends for kind i J JLehEA who passed away on June 16
thanks and appreciation nesses, and sympathy shown during J 1 and was laid to rest on June 22,
to the many friends who its hours of bereavement. 1961, takes this method of ex
were so kind during its hours of Thanks for your cards letters pressing thanks and appreciationto
bereavement. Thanks, for your flowers telegrams cars and aliother the many friends, who were
cards letters telegrams, cars, kind gestures of sympathy. so kind during its hours of bereavement
flowers and all other kind ges Special thanks to the Rev. O. M '4) Thanks for your
tures of sympathy. Again, E. Turner for his kindness and cards, letters telegrams: cars
thanks to everyone for every the House ot Albert for Its ser flowers and all other kind gee
thing. vices. Again thanks to everyonefor tures of sympathy. Special
everything. thanks} to Dr. J, K. Johnson and
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. t Mrs. Lauretta Sands Drs.: Levee, Katz and. Chambersof
Johnson and Family I And Family Jackson Memorial Hospital,
Fr. Elisha Clark, the local police
!r precinct, and the staff of theM
S. Allan Funeral Home.
Again thanks to eVer)' l1e for

NOW I everything.The Family.

._
."'___!;."r........._
Mr. Otis Wise departed this
EVA KELLY IN MEMORIAMIn
life 'Jul 3 p.m. in, the Vet-
who departed this life July 15, sad but loving memory bt crane Hospital. He leaves to
1960. our dear mother at1dr l1t1moth. mourn his passing hits wife Mrs.
3 LOCATIONS: I often sit and think of you er, ,Pearl Wise a son Theodore Gil-
And how you died lard a daughter-in-law, Mrs.
To think you could not Bay 'IW"f Sallie Gillard.
good-bye but Jesus loves
We love you
Before you closed your eyes you best. So may you rest for
TO SERVE YOU The blow was hard the pain evermore.
severe He was funeralized Saturdayfrom
Even though I know your death New Bethel Baptist Churchat
was &o near 2 p.m. with the Rev. W. K,
a3 Smith officiating and Manker'!
:Only those who lost can tell.
I The pain of parting Funeral Home conducting.
Without a farewell rr Son and daughter:
Sadly missed by children Mr. and Mrs. Gillard

Grandchildren .
.rr
Brother IN MEMORIAMIn

loving memory of the late

IN MEMORIAM ,,

In sad but loving memory of a
I
our dear son and brother,

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MRS. DAISY RAIN I

who passed to the great beyond
July 12, 1956.
Gone but not forgotten. May
Opa Locka she rest in'peace.
wt ', II
, Alice Bain daughter
2530 Service Road MU 8.3311 Gwendolyn Hudson,
GranddaughterIN "
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Liberty City MEMORIAMIn tr.x !.

6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661 dear sad but loving memory of h Is. y td
husband
my ._ h... _.._. ...__..._.. __ 06:


Homestead ..n ............m'"..m___._._

447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7.9771 r CHARLES A. COX

who died on July 13, 1956

....-.-.... '+1 alk + It's hard to break the tender
cord
I GEORGE L. DELANCYwho When love has bound the heart; ,
Complete understanding and sincere service to departed this life on July 3 It's hard, so hard to speak .the
15. 1960. words:!
families of all financial means are cardinal rules at I In the cross of Christ I glory / 4, %.. We must forever part.
towering on the sands of time. 'Sg We loved you dear one,
the House of Albert: Sleep on dear one and take your ln' + r S, r.! But God loved you best
rest we love you but God loves Sleep on and take your rest.
you best. Mrs. Maggie Roberts and
The BEST needn't cost more. The question of Mrs Euterpie Delaney, .

quality needn't be price. We give the same unstinting mother + S I CARD OF THANKSThe
Mrs. Eva M. Williams, sister
service and Mrs. Mary L. Higgs, sister family of the late,
personal attention. to bereaved
every Mrs. Elizabeth Delancy MISS ELVA MAE ROLLE

family, regardless of the amount spent. Perry sister who pased away on July 3,
Freddie Delancy, brother wishes to express its sincere
thanks and appreciation to the
relatives, neighbors and friends
IN MEMORIAMIn who were kind during Us hoursof

Complete, Funerals sad but loving memory of ISAAC MOSS bereavement. Thanks for your
our dear friend, who departed this life July 14, cards letters telegrams flowers
1960. cars and all other gestures of
,., Sweet be thy rest, and peacefulthy sympathy. Special thanks to Fr.
from $130 sleeping, John E. Culmer and membersof
O blessed sleep where ills ne'er St. Agnes Episcopal Church
molest thee. and Guilds to Rev. N. F. Clark

....-.-----.... !> Why should we weep for hea and members of St. Matthew's
a. ven hath blessed thee, Baptist Church including choirs
Sweet be thy rest No. 1 and 2, to the Mary Elizabeth -
r Your Social Security can bury you. Call us for Your loving wife, Hotel staff guests and
s"S.: tw Mrs Maude Moss friends to friends of North Mi.
further information Mrs. Myrtle Jones Harrell ami Beach and to the Francis
granddaughterMyrtle Funeral Home and its staff.
Harrell, Again thanks to everyone for
great granddaughter. everything.Mr. .
1 I ; ; And many relatives and Mrs. Harry L. Rolle,
Parents and Family


.. IN MEMORIAMIn IN MEMORIAMIn

sad but loving memory of loving memory of my dear
r+ my dear wife nusband
:
-; MRS SUSAN ADAMS MR. CHARLES DEAN

who departed this life July 13, who departed this life July 12,
I960, Gone but not forgotten, 19 5 S.
may she rest In peace and may I Beyond the gate our loved one
light perpetual shine upon her i has found happiness and rest
i Herbert Taylor: son and there is
------- comfort in the
JOHN (DAN) WILLIAMSwho r! Myrtle Preston, thought that a loving God.
LESTER C. ALBERT. Funnel Director granddaughter knows best. The Family.
departed this life
July 17
Richard
Taylor, grandson Mrs. Mae Dean
wife
6942 N.W. 15th Ar.nut OX 1.7661 1958 In Kingston Jamaica May Connie Brooks, Mrs. C.
Davis sister
he rest in
peace.
granddaughterJ. Mr.
Willford Dean
brother
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of ThanksMiss ''G'ARD OF THANKSThe I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

Charlie Mae Robinson PAGE 15
DEATHS SATURDAY, JULY 15, 1961
of thelate
family
Royal has returned home from

Jackson Memorial Hospital. She
wishes to extend her sincere T eA I

thanks to the many friends for y Junior College Dean Crandon Zoo

their cards, flowers and dOnations Range .

during her Illness :rK .
.
To Animals Await-
Miss Eileen Dorsett, teenage Speak

.: J1 daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Win-
CARD OF THANKSThe fred Dorsett of 3295 NW 43rd St. Luke Baptist Church has Young Artists ,"j

family of the late, Terr, died In Chicago on July set Its Men's Day for July 23. I 1

5 where she was residing with The theme Is to be, "The Roleof I
The Christian Man In a This Is the week CrandonPark's
her aunt. She was a former student animals have been
Zoo
v I at Booker T Washington Changing World.
\
The evening speaker Is to be waiting.
High School and also a memberof
Friday, July 14 from early
Dean David H. Dobbs of the
St. John BaMlst Church Services -
morning to noon local kid artists
Mr.
Dade County Jr. College.;
conducted Monday at
were will descend the zoo to ,
Dobbs was formerly assistant director upon .;
St John Baptist Church. BeMdes of vocational educationfor paint and sketch the animals
her parents she Is survived by a
.; Dade County. He also served against zoo settings In Metro
sister, Beverly Jean: two brothers -
Dade County Parks' first "YoungArtists'
the of
for 16 years (vs principal
Herman And Ke'sev: prand- "
K q 1k rI School. Day at The Zoo.
mother Ida Dorsett and Lillian Dorsey High

eN Holllsj; and a grandfather, Sylvester Dean Dobbs Is a graduate cf The Gibbons have been awing

Simmons; Florida A and M College, attended ing madly In their cage In anti
:'. : cipation. The polar bear cubs are
:. Columbia University receivingthe
Mrs. Susie Ev Gresham 5720 all set for some classic swimmingpool
',. M. A. degree. He since has
\.-, d NW 18th ave. died July 16. Mrs done advance study at Columbia, poises The giraffe is takingit
'r Orrsham was a member of one all In lordly fashion.
i I U. of Miami and FAMU.Mr. .
of Miami' pioneer families having Dobbfl- holds membershipand
SILEEN ELIZABETH DORSETT Any youngsters may partici
resided
here since 1921. She
is active in local
,
many do
pate. All you have to labring
wishes to thank the Rev. Thed-
will also be remembered as chief
state and national organizations.
materials and
ford Johnson and St. John's cashier, at the RItz Theatre for your own
,Among them are Dade Teachers
sketch in the A
zoo. judging
: family, the Elder C. D. Rock of many years. Services were conducted I I
Association state and national
will be conducted at noon and a
lit. Bethany Seventh Day Adventist Monday at St. Agnes Teachers Association, Fla. Technical clothesline hanging of the zoo
'Church and Dr. W. A. Patter
Episcopal! Church.
Survivor!
in-I and Industrial Ass'n., Adel- art works is scheduled from 1
son Jr., the Range Funeral clude two sisters Mrs
!
;
phian Club and Democratic Assn. to 3 No painting will be of.
...-, ---'\t'., ._---,' Home, and friends for the many Sawyer and Mrs. Beatrice Hamilton I Mr. Dobbs is a member of the fered p.m.for sale It's for the ama

MR. JAMES W. GINLACK cards, telegrams and all other : three brothers, Arthur, Mt. Zion Baptist Church teurs only 1 to 16:
who died July 2, and was laid acts of kindnesses during their Willie and John Eve and several

to rest on July 6, 1961, takes recent bereavement. nieces and nephews.Mrs. The goal of the Men'a, Day activities Register at the too Friday

this method of expressing Winfred Dorsett, ,father is $4,000 toward a 10 a.m. The rest Is up to talent

thanks and appreciation to the Lillie P. Dorsett, mother Willie Ruth Martin, 226 planned $80,000 building pro- and the cooperation of the zoo's

many friends who were so kind Herman, Kelsey, Beverly NW 16th St., died July 8. She gram. 700 creatures
during its hours of bereavement. brothers and sisters was a resident Miami for 25 The church Is located at 1809

Thanks for your cards, letters, years Services will be conduct. NW 6th ave. The public is invited

telegrams, flowers, cars and all ed Saturday, July IB at 1 pm. at to attend DOUBLE OFFERFAMOUS
other kind gestures; of sympathy. IN MEMORIAMIn Mt Sinai Baptist Church. She Is ,

Again thanks to everyone for survived by a daughter, Mrs.
You now
everything. Ruth Spann, a brother Arthur THIS UNIVERSAL AQUARIAN may

Mrs. Viola Glnlack, mother I sad but loving memory of Dixon and six grands. SPIRITUALIST TEMPLE NO. 1 get my real

Malcolm Ginlack Jr., Dro. our dear huband, father and IS STATIC CIIAHTERKI FORTUNATEIIAND

:Miss Edith M. Ginlack, niece brother, ,s'I Ir I II II Emanuel Haynes!, who formerly which so,

ltev. and Mrs G. E. I lived in Miami for. many years, Know thyself." St. John 4:24-: I
"McKlnney, grandparents died in New York City July 5th 1412.: many have been

where he had been residing fur Tho great dynamite coast to asking for. It

I 18 years. Services were held roast spiritualist, divine reader' can be wo r n
CARD OF THANKSThe Thursday at the Church of and healer, Miss P. A. Barnes is
Christ He a native of South Carolina Vhlt around the neckor
is survived by three
family of the late I
carried In the
sisters, Mesdames Mary Ct this little Godsent woman God
._ ) a-
"'t. -- .
> A 1 oBInT.iCAL
y ';) man and Ctodace Stevens of 81- through me will help you on allaft pocket *

l bring, Mrs Llllle: Davis of New ffairs. ( ( .INS
Rev
ENSE
York City; two brothers, Willie 1, I will read you like an op3n =4) containing Hoc Anderson

\ and Jacob Haynos of Miami. book. with suggested prayers
2. I will heal you of any sick blessing
This DOUBLIJ OFFER can

James Lawson, 2601 NW 47th fleas 3, I will solve any problems, be had for $7.00 cash plus 60
I St., died July 8. The body was within 21 days postage or send $1.00 and J pay;

441 sent to Abel, Ga., for final rites 4. I will make you lucky daily postman $0.00 plus postal
and burial. He Is survived by When you write be sure to charges to DOC R, C, ANDERSON

his widow, Mrs. Janie Lawson, a .send ten cents for handling and 302 W. Gordon Ave., Ross-

mother, Mrs. Gertrude Lawson, I elf addressed envelope to: vllle, Ga,

three children.Mrs. .
t MISS P. A. BARNES I

?.; ,. Annie Williams, 1350 NW Gen Tampa Del' ,Main Fla P.O. Advertise It Pays!
1st court, died July 10. Mrs I

Williams was a long time -rest-

dent of the Miami area having
SAMUEL JESSE WILLIAMSwho lived here for 35 years. Funeral FOR TUNE-TELLER IUy

passed away July 15, 1958. services will be held Saturday, \ .

Mrs. Leila Williams, wife July 15, 3:30: p.m. at Mt. Carmel WAI/ritll O. ItOIIINBON, I'M' Ik l >r, Chattnnxua Obm-rvrr
And FamifyCARD Baptist Church. She is survivedby

a daughter, Mrs. Lucille Mil Have you ever wondered about

ler. those: rare persons who are gifted

and Inspired through the s1

OF THANKS Earnest Orr of Cutler Road: In rower of God to foresee the fu
REV W E. TAYLOR and able to work miracles
Goulds, died July 10. Funeral ture
most graciously thank the Rev. "1' services will be conducted 10 here on earth? When I think of

9. A Cousin and members ofGreater 11f a.m. Saturday, July 15 Morning nne certain man I do not think

Bethel AME Church, Star Baptist Church (Princeton) that prophecy and the perfor-

our home church, Rev. Edwards a Rev. W. H. Fayson officiating, formanco! of miracles ended withthe

of the West Palm Beach He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Bible era.

trio who conducted funeral DlS',1 Viola Orr; four daughters, one Through faith and power of

vices In absence of Presiding ,.on, one granddaughter. God this man according to theirown
der A. A. Williams, the minis statements, has restored

t"'>rs, churches, officers of local "Ight of Marv King, Flint, lflch"ftn.
William Shepherd Jr., 1861
district and annual conferenceof .' Cleve Corbln, Chattanooga,
Rutland died
St., Opa Locka at
llth Episcopal District, to I State In Lantana Tenn., when they were blind
Hospital July
thousands of friends who has helped thou,
the responded This man
12 His survivors Include three
I
and are yet responding, sisters, Mrs. Viola Bradshaw, .nds who come to him from near
state and nationwide with tele "nd far with every problem
Buela Jones, Carrie Bell John
grams, sympathy cards and varlous I Word has spread praise of this
son; two brothers, Johnnie and
' service too numerous to i ".mark able man. They come to
Shadrack Shepherd, one of ion,
mention here we extend to you William Shepherd III. him with heavy hearts, doubts ---

our deepest heartfelt apprecla I and fears and !leave filled with Joe U. c, ANDKIWON

tlon in these hours of stress and J. T. Blackman 8212 NW 13th toy, peace of mind and renewed

bereavement for our beloved one. I j Ct., died July 1%. Mr. Blackman ralth In themselves : gram Sept. 30, 1966. It Is un-
God blew each of you. Husbands. and wives have been be'loveablo how he can tell your
was a long time resident of Miami
I hrought back by hU strange and future, your
A special thanks to the House having lived here for 35 past, present
of Albert for travelling so quick. I I years. He was also familiarly power A sweetheart was brought secrets 10 true, without you saying

ly to be In West Palm Beach at I known aj "Pa Blackman" Services hack from Canada through his a word. This wonderful man
our call to begin arrangements.We I will be conducted Monday mysterious gifts I know of a showed me a drawer full of unsolicited -
,
man who had gone to big expense letters from grateful
are highly pleased with ser July 17. 3 New
at
I II D.m. Hone
to get his their
vices rendered and courtesies j The family of the late George Is I traveling far people who testified to
t Baptist Church. He survivedby
effort failed In and financial -
I II I wife back. Ills of mind, happiness
with
grateful
given at such a needy time. We Reid express appreciation three daughters, Mesdames peaco
also extend thanks to the Stevens I I their thanks for the despair he came to Doc Anderson success Most of the letters
Jewel Lewis, Olivia Lovett Lenora

I I who results in one day of God'sblessings
Funeral Home who conducted (imany I expressions of sympathy got ended with wishes
Williams four
torn, Curtis
amused when I think of His
I am Doc Anderson.
the services held at Hurst I(during the recent passing of Mr. Edward, James and Thomas, a for
who to Doc Anderson It
the came because
lie a native of Port man is no accident
Chapel AME Church Riviera Reid. was brother, Alex Blackman power
where Rev. W. E. Taylor was I Antigue, Jamaica, BWI. lIe lived to find the whereabouts has been proven time and time
'of his wife. Doc told him whereto Is his
It
pastor Albert directing Special in Miami for more than 30 again How he does
of 6318 find her. Was he surprised?
Mrs. Emallne Smith secret
thanks a'o to Rev. L. R I year
NW 19th court died at her homeon I am amazed how many older
Brown and members of Martin writ-
Doc has conjured I could go: on for hours
claim that
Wednesday evening, July 12. men
Memorial AME Church for extended I He collapsed white receiving a about him and the mysteryof
She came to Miami more than CO I II their sexual nature stronger ing
1 1961 A few
services and USA of hair cut July his gifted; power, but perh'p''
church for viewing of the body hours later he was pronounceddead I I years ago from her home In' than In youth throughhis would like to see for your
This remarkable man, you
Eleuthera, Bahamas. She was a
at acluon Memorial HospitAl
allowing friends ANDERSON
community an DOC R. C. ,
dating back to address;
He a member of Mt. member of the Church of God, psychic power
opportunity to look upon the re was the finger 302 W. Gordon Ave., Roseville
Olivette Baptist Church. He I is 1781 NW 66th St., of which Elder his boyhood pointed and
mains for last time. To the offl $1GOO-and self, so I give you his name
at stolen money
cers, members and friends of survived by his beloved wife, Carswell Is the pastor told where It was The success of Oa., or you may phone him
Hurst Chapel who offered ser Rose Robinson Reid who lives She ts survived by her husband his numbers have fallen CAnal 2.9719 for appointment,

vices and sympathy, to the MIami at 1603 NW lit place. Reggie, a daughter, Mrs. Is the tho way result of his psychic mind. I nnt told Jon must eo him In
Ruth Bethel two grandchildren,
Times and the I under
Pittsburgh to bo helped
croii
three Ills famous prediction h a v f l>
,Curler for extended services. a brother Daniel Johnson, great they were men stand he can bo seen seven days
Mrs. Ora Lee wife I I- sisters, Mesdames Ellen Bowe, been so Adv
.ipd Family Taylor, DriYe Carefully I iEliza: Allen and Georgia Rollins. tloned on "Meet the Press" Pro- n week.Expression .







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r THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLORIDA Joe Key Celebrates wish.Harold '/'i' for yourself.
I{ Kemp, resident
We think you'll be Pleased:
'".., PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY IB, 1961 ,Birthday ger is always around to see that with what you see, and agree

_____ ____ f.___ I I I Joe Key of Opa Lock and son the dignity and service is youri. that this IB the social center: "of
of Mr. and Mr. James Chance Mr. Kemp invites you to visit the
: < wag host to a number of friends Hampton House ,Lounge to ,see the South. ., ,
DAUGHTER ELKS Chorus
Midget to
last Saturday evening wh m he
SAY JOIN THEMIN Go TourThe entertained with a birthdays --
on s party at the home Juanita and 1L
MONTECARLOFriday Midget Chorus of Rich- .Oswald Thompson on 22nd Ave
tour The guests took charge" of
mond Heights is planning a
night July 21, has .
I thru Georgia South Carolina the Thompsons' home occupyingthe
I been selected for the annual and North Carolina about the patio ,where pool and cards "'It
Night in Montecarlo when the 6th of ,August. It will,run about were played; the dining room :' I;
Elks and their friends will pack
10 days. Persons desiring to Join where an array of palatable food ," ,, '. .
the home of Dt. Fannie Mae "I
the group are welcome. A specIal was served; then the play room
Moten, 1822 NW 6th ave. for
where Bartender Joe
S bus will be chartered to accommodate was very
the yearly Dig Night. There will
liberal with the cocktails.
be prizes of various kinds anda all. Accompanyingthe
Two hi-fi's supplied the 'varie NowondertheEnglish
Midgets w111 be the Zeigler
menu of pigeon and rice,
peas
Bros. For further information ty of music for dancing and list
fried fish
chicken and soft
drinks, delicious conch frittersas phone CE 5-1132, Mrs. Ethel ening pleasure. s
Edwards. J29 Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Hartman,
only Brothers Sands and
Mrs. Hattie
M. Bethune, Leslie
Mackey of Nassau can make Stirrup, NYC; Mrs. Hattie Warren
them. The admission Is tree Excursion to BiminiThere
James
Payne Fred! H.
Just be there. Bro. Dewitt John-
son will assist Dt. ',Sarah Smal" will be a two.day excursion Jones Clark ,Mr.Mr. and and Mrs.Mrs.Fred Edward and keep so cool !
\ ley and Dt. Alto Screen, so don't to Bimini on July 29th Mr and Mrs. Lawrence D. I
' forget the time and place. and 30th given by the Past Ex Cooper.
J alted Ruler's Council No. 23.
Sunshine Clubs NewsThe Please get tickets and reservation -
Hampton House
or make down paymentsnow
third annual boat ride as the number are limitedat iL
for the Sunshine club is July North's Travel Bureau, 1104 Lounge is Popular]
27, boat leaves foot of S. E. 2nd NW 3rd ave. Fr. 9-8451. Price With Smart Set
St., 8 p.m. Those who are inter $15. ,
ested in purchasing tickets call A. G. Kelly, first scribe The new Hampton House :
t FR 4-8328 or NA 17182. There Zeke Brady, chief Antler Lounge U quite an attraction
will be fried chicken, potato among Miami's smarter set. Here
salad: hot dogs and assorted 'State Stewardess I,you can see gentlemen smartly I '
cold drinks. Come one come attired with ties and Jackets and
all, have fun on the dream boat., women in their 'beautiful dresses!
( To all club members the next Board to MeetState and matching accessories: > I
t, meeting will be held at the home Where guests may dine and ,
of Mrs. Naomi Holton July 16., Stewardess Board of dance to the beautiful music of '
15130 Harrison St., Richmond C. O. G. I. C. will meet for 2nd none other than Myrtle Jones I LED ,,
e Heights at 4 p.m. annual Stewardess Day Sunday Trio. ONDRYG
I July 16 at 3 p.m. at the HIaleah Lovely Mrs. Napoleon Re d, N.w
Temple Church of God In Christ hostess, to greet you with a 1l'.
Elder Wm. Atkins host pastor. smile to cater to your every

Miss Blanche Hinton of West

i.. FOR SALE speaker Palm Beach will be the guest NOTICE NAME UNDER LAW FICTITIOUS

P
| All Stewardess workers are re- NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN I
,luested to be present. The pub that the undersigned, desiring to
$350 Down $73 Mo. lic is invited. engage In business under the
Missionary Carrie B. Jordan fictitious name ofSHERMAN (mix Cjordors gin in a tall,
No closing costs, FHA terms state president; Missionary Eula HOTEL
newly decorated? 2-bedroom Sherrod, district president. 466 N.W. 4th Street iced drink-andyou will too!)
,
CBS oak floors I I Miami Florida
Florida intends to register the said name
porch, awnings, beautifully) with the Clerk of the
: I' Court Circuit II&JILQ tON691 N14t110011t1t l l>IPIIStS IrS1UII.10110t 11O f1.001lBff ..
of .
landscaped, choice location. j House For Sale Dade County, Florida. .
'I A. L. Symonette, Owner M1p1 .dLu..I.LfI 8IC1..U.
y Open Sunday 12.6 ,See
p.m. 440
2-bedroom! 1 bath, living N.W. 16th Terrace _
4754 NW June .J Lt
11th Ave. 24,
July, 1. 8, 16, 1981
kitchen
room, dining room, n

-S Florida room, large porch, 1

plus 1-bedroom guesthouse t I 7'\'t'f7\' '' ..'.,.,.,,,,.,,.,,,.,,,I.1JU,,,,,,,,,,,In,_, ,1mI' L "'-W: ....
$595 DownNo f\J7\l1"! !" \toi'UIU'.L mf\mr\mr'dUIIIIlIIl! >-C\HP. Mur u.J:'PI
in rear. Large lot. A t
closing costs. 3-bedroom bargain. ATTRACTIONS THIS WEEKEND AT I Ii

CBS, awnings, fenced, landscaped
710 N.W. 45th St. t
built-in oven and
:
range. All rear screened Phone PL 79627FOR i; CiYDC MIEN'SKNIGHT

Fla. porch. Open Sunday iu't

1-5 p.m. See 1770 NW t tits I II

152nd St. SALELUXURY BEAT CLUB

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$80 Down $80 Mo. payment HOMESDown on lot I:1 Big Bonus Weekend Show & Dance N \
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2-bedroom CBS. No closing
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costs. Move right in. Liberty
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$995, 'DownNo 2161 NW 59th ,St. .jUi' Featuring


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Terrific. Near 2 bus lines 1232 NW 55th St.
d And His Talented i.
Hurry! 3: bedroom, 2 baths garage, Family '

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Fair Corner lots for sale terms tl FRI., SAT., SUN. 1 '

Reatly We build on your lot fu July 14.15 and 16 r

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For Fair Deals NO MONEY DOWN t i MUSIC BY TWO BANDS .
Cash paid for lot .
6200 N.W. 2nd Ave. your 2t Dizzy Jones and His Band {.

PL 7-1645 BARON kit Plus #t

JIS 8-1340 JH 2-4343 ui Frank DuBoise and His Band

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; Free Estimates No finance charge ,,2 It i Sensational Blues Singer .

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ROWINC T.V. i2 fit FRI., SAT., SUN., JULY 21 22 23

Admissions Friday and Sunday $1.00
Saturday
u $1.25
6952 N.W. 18th Ave. OX 1.9426 "When better shows
z U-t are presented, Clyde Killens will present them"

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