<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



The Miami times
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00028321/00275
 Material Information
Title: The Miami times
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The Magic Printery
Place of Publication: Miami Fla
Creation Date: July 22, 1961
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: African Americans -- Newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami
Coordinates: 25.787676 x -80.224145 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1923.
General Note: "Florida's favorite Colored weekly."
General Note: "Tempora mutantur et nos mutamur in illis."
General Note: Editor: H.F. Sigismund Reeves, <Jan. 6, 1967-Dec. 27, 1968>.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 25, no. 8 (Oct. 23, 1948).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: oclc - 02264129
lccn - sn 83004231
issn - 0739-0319
System ID: UF00028321:00275

Full Text
." -' ..............,.'"
', :;ji' ,






,- .. -.. ,
-- .
V
"
:;>,:, ;w' '"_-., I

,.t',1 r _

I

\

;


It


---
......
-
-- --- -
OIU JlUJTAiVttm UT NOS MUTAMUK IN ILL181HE ..... .-.- -

TIME.4 ARE CHANGED AftD WE AUK CHANGED WITH THEM "

-' ; SATURDAY JULY 22, 1961 TEN CENTS SIXTEEN PAGES
:
,
38TH YEAR, NO. 48 M/AWI FLORIDA -



COCONUT OI Labor Consultant Checks





I GET NEW POOL Work- Discrimination


Labor Secretary Arthur Gold

Coconut Grove residents will berg's mittority groups consul
get a long overdue swimming: tant came to Miami Tuesday as ARGUE
pool on Monday when city official a re ult of the federal govern- MOTHERS ;
] dedicate the Plaza Pool. on ment'a effort to end discrimination
Plaza Ave. and Day St. in employment.A .

The 25-meter pool is the 8th former Negro labor leader,
municipal one for Miami and baa Arthur A. Chapln is here to 2 CHILDREN SHOT '
incorporated
not
many new in the features previously built take the Florida a look: Into State the Employment operation, of ,

even. Cervlcfl" office, A 32 year- ojd mqther) ot ten
The pool has a capacityfor,300"swimmer HA nppeafed:;before tbe>;;tner* :tried to 4U0ot ::4:oaetgtibor .l in a
and locker l .'/pace for national' Association of'Tlallroad WILMA RUDOLPH I feud over their children Friday
twice that many A sandbox and Employees at the Sir John Hotel and hit two youngsters instead.

outdoor shower la available for I Tuesday SETS WORLD Mrs Dorothy Drown of 2301

the very young kids. Mr. Chapln Bald that thus far, NW 74th Terr, aimed two shots
Mayor ,Robert King High and Miami has not felt the impact of RECORD at Mrs. Thelma Smith, missed
city commissioners will be present the new broadly based program, and hit Joseph Rlloy, six: and
for the two o'clock 4edlca which calls for attacking eco' Barbara Jones, four, who were
tlon. The Carver High band will nomic and psychological!! barriers Stuttart, Germany The playlnK in the yard of the Jas E.
and a city team of'aqua' States' men's track team
play in the community, among employers United Scott Homes.
nauts will present a water show Dut in 10
and in labor unions. stormed to eight victories:
with swimming and diving exhibitions. The children were taken to
he predicted action eoon. to crush West
I events Wednesday Jackson Hospital Barbara, oC
I He Bald, "We're" down as far Germany, 12091, in their dual 2313 NW 74th Ter., was wound

Other participants on the pro as Georgia now. said the em track meet, but Wilma Rudolph ed in her right hand, and Joseph

I _. i Rev gram J will. A.be P. Rev Flnlayaon T. C., Kelley DernieDoerlng 1 phasls The will consultant be on persuasion well and stole the show from the boys by of arm 2309 NW 74th Ter., hi* right

Manatee Dannennan, on exercising moral as as setting a world record of 11.2

The approaching marriage of and Mrs. Elizabeth Virrlck. legal rights. seconds for the women's 100-., Mrs. Brown, the mother of ten-
Miss!! Leona A'bertha Johnson to After the dedication the pool I Employers will be ajsked to meter dash. children was taken to Dad e
August 10 is being according to Officer
Jack Swllley on jail,
her mother, will be open to all without I give Negroes more job opportunities A crowd of 50,000 at Neckar County
announced by Taylor.
Sr Miss charge. On Tuesday children and unions will be encouraged Stadium gave long-legged Wllma William
Mrs. Crispin Johnson will pay 15 cents and adults 25 to desegregate. The of Tennessee State College an
Bethune- :
fohtuon attended cents. Jim Henry, former Manor Negro's economic problem will ovation when she clipped one-
Cookman College where in 1060.she Park pool manager, will be in be made bare to the public with I tenth of a second from the mark \ an Australian and a Russian I
graduated cum laude of the DCC charge of the pool and swimming the hope, that its attitude will. of 11.3 seconds she shared with girl.
She was a member classes will begin Tuesday. change.
In ,.,concert chorale. She is an AKA I
soror. The future groom, eon of Chapln predicted that at
\
'Y
;
and Mrs. Henry Merriweath '" Negroes go to work on
Mr. and a member4' of the'DCe more \
er, LaJke Wales, is also a graduate player marching, .concert and jazz better paying jobs, the problems JFK STRADDLES
wherehe will lessen.
Dethune-Cookman desegregation
1 of
basketball bands. He is an Omega frater. ,
was a varsity




Police Beaten in CIVIL RIGHTS FENCE:


them,
From Washington comes the are protesting against

report that President Kennedy He Is quoted as saying that:
appears to be "treading softly" that travels "for
everybody
on matters of civil rights they travel"
Dade Fracas whatever reason
South Comments' at his news conference has the right to the full constitutional
on Wednesday left folk protection! of tho law.

assault.Police thinking that the President'sIympathlea he
with aggravated According to the report
dawn and two suspects, charged both with the
were
before
I they were making an 24 and Den continued their search those who continued:
While I I Thomas Williams, "freedom riders" and
missing
and the gun.
arrest in Goulds on Sunday, two ny Gibbons, 19, were formally for others "T h o rljchts, whether we i

white Metro patrolmen were iKreo with tho so who travel ...
and pistol.whipped whether we agree on the purpose
badly beaten reported ( for which they travel i1
by eight Negro men, those rights stand, provided

police. they are exercised In a peaceful
"
touched way.
It is not clear what
off the near riot but bystanders He added "We may not like
claim one of ,the police slapped What people, print In a paper but
woman It Is also re, there is no question about their
a Negro that theae two police ofncers constitutional right to print It."
ported
are known for their bru-
South Dade Negrots. -
tallty toward


After. arresting two men for LAUDERDALE
outside the 'Down )

gambling Beat," a night spot in Goulds,
crowded Deputy Marvin FILE 'i
the men NEGROES
.
pitman, 24, one of the officers.against :
snatched I
the po'lce car,
'"his gun and took his badge. '
SCHOOL SUIT '11
Deputy Hugh McManlgal. 21,
graduate of the Miami
a burly
Police Academy, rushed into the School: Supt. Myron Ashmore

fray. One of the men lunged at and the five members ot the
bottle and
him with a his broken head. Droward County School Board ,
ripped open have 'been officially served with

In the free-foraU that follow. papers in a federal court suit,
lost his
also
ed, McManlgal snatched calling for desegregation of the

badge the police and radio gun Pitman microphone and entire county school system.AH ,

"6-12, 612, help."
called
board members, with exception

Armed with pistols and riotguns of Wesley Parish, were
-
22 police cars from Metro, I-: scholarship loans this Naomi Johnson, taG NW 10th served by deputy U. S. marshalls.Parrish .
and HomesteadPolice who came out last Fri ",000 graduate of Dooker T.
Highway I Thou were announced st., a
State The recipients was aerved 12 days ago.
to High year.
rushed who
Departments lay to Northwestern introduced by Washington High and plans
the scene where about 300 Negroes School to hear the Gospe\ Caravan Cal.oway and; the executive to attend Talladeia College. but failed to notify County
had gathered. as presented by Rev. Ira Blanche of the fund. Miss In the coming year with the School Attorney Don Hulmes.Hulmes .
MoCall were in for a rare treat. director NW 18th help of the entire community,
Suffering from seme Injuries, Yvonne Spotford. 18121 by donations and promotions, the has 20 days to answer
the two deputies were taken to Not only did the groups tiro of court, Opa Lock, a graduate of foundation alms to raise enough with responsive pleadings.:
were released services but they gave donations who plans to ,
hospitals. They their North Dade High money to make more scholar
Sunday afternoon. to the scholarship fund. attend the University of Miami ships available to students dejir* "We're ready to file the answer

Pitman's .38 Magnum was The Foundation WMDM Community awarded Service two was one. The other was Miss ing to further their education. now." Hulmes said .. .

found 'in'a field near the scene



,

_.. ..,._---.. L- -



< . < .








THE MIAMI, TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Barmaids Contest Nearing a Close .

PAGE 2 SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961

.. .,._. .- .-
'*< -" Leaders in the Barmaids PoP- for the other all-expense paid

ularity coolest have maintainedtheir vacation.The winner is to be announced GUNMEN TAKE:
positions during the past at midnight on the night of
AT CURB
week with very little change'' Sunday, July 30 at the 1961, $6,500
Around Miami Rosetta Smith of the Savoy Sat Midsummer Barmaids Ball MARKETA I
I ellite Lounge leads the list, with which will be held at Clyde Kil.ie's -
Queen Esther and Irma Clarkeof famous new Knight Beat gunman forced a Miami
Tiny's 7th Ave Bar fightingit Club. The Ball, which gets under produce man to open the safe in
,'t By DAVE BONDU out in second place. amy at 8 p.m. will feature two his office Saturday and turn over
oands for continuous dancing, $6,500.
With this the next to last Dizzy Jones Orchestra and the When William L. Kaler 30 or

- ... _ .! ;J. ,'""'''', __ week in the in this race issue, the of voting the Frank DUboise Combo, with 7751 SW 17th Terr., arrived ac
coupons Uoby Marshall presiding as his office at 2121 NW 13th ave'
MAYME is In Atlanta on her PRETTY GIRL of the Week Times have been increased in master of ceremonies. Advance at 1:10 a.m. he found two me
vacation, and.. I'm. in.. Nassau Lillie Gibson Pretty Boy of va.ue so that you can help your tickets are being sold by the con sitting In front.
working at Freddie Munnings'Cat the Week: Sam Early Man favorite with your votes. Each testants with each ticket sold One of them displayed a pis
and Fiddle. I'll be here for About Town: Samuel Moncur coupon submitted is now worth worth an additional 100 pointsin tol said, "Okay, boss, let's go."
two weeks. Naturally I don't 100 points and there is no limitto the voting. Plan now on being They entered the building and
mind telling you tat I'm stayingat THE GLASS had to move Dig the number of voting coupons present at the Barmaids Ball the same bandit said, "Okay
the only place to stay, of Maybelle back one week, ,becausehe you may send in. You can clip by getting your ticket now from upstairs." On arrival at the second
course it's Marietta's Guest had a chance at one of Amer- out as many coupons as you one of the contestants listed (be floor office the gunman
House on Okra Hill. In case you ica's down home blues singersa like and they all count in the said "Okay, open the safe."
should happen to come to Nas- man that has sold over 3 million contest, not only as points for low.The standing, as of Wednesday -. The men took six brown cloth
for the
sau you can find me at Mariet records a man that Ed your contestant but also night, is as follows: bags and then tied up Kaler with
tas, or the Cat and Fiddle. Nas- Cook likes with that's right trip that will be awarded to one Rosetta Smith adhesive tape and a rubber belt.

sau is a wonderful place, the John Lee Hooker Is at the of the to lucky be asked voters.- fill So out don'twait the Sovay Satellite . 9,000 I Kaler knocked a telephone
people are so nice that once you Knight Beat for this weekend, from a desk after they departedand
here hate to leave. If coupons now, mall or bring themto Queenle EstherTiny's
get dialed
the
you and next week Maybelle will be operator. He was
I' . .
I can keep the customers. laugh- in. The Glass is always think contest headquartersand 7th Ave. 7,000 still bound when police arrived.
ing for two weeks Freddie will ing, and you and I know the do your part in voting for I Irma Clarke
entice me to stay for another Knight Beat will be jumping. Miami's most popular barmaid, Tiny's 7th Ave. . 7,000
two weeks. Dig that word "en- '. and who knows, it could be you Deloris Taylor EXPERT WATCH AND
lice," It's like twisting my arm.I QUICK NOTE DEPT. Beautiful -'to .receive one of the most fabulous Baker's Bar . . 4,000
prizes that has been awarded CLOCK REPAIRS
repeat, should make it to ,
you Delores!!! Coffee of the Sir Jerry Williams
in Miami, an exciting vacation -
Nassau, give me a hail John will enjoy a birthday Mon to either Atlantic City during Mary Elizabeth . 3,100 Andrews' Jewelers
day, July 24 Hands off Jerri
the Miss America Beauty Lorena Carr
Our Southern Jewel Box Revue Simmons fellows, she's' in love Pageant or to exotic Haiti 535 Club . . . 3,100 303 N.W. 2nd Ave.
was a smash hit, everything with you guess-Harriet I All work guarantee
-- - -
was nice, even tho some Jones in Boston is now Etta 4
:nice person sent the cops to. Community Drug Store 40 Van In Bu 'lnM
Mall to
:stop the show. That some nice pretty behind the counter of the or bring GOOD FOR FR 30162Operation
person went to the trouble of Community Ddug Store Contest Headquarters, Uam11\Ids nail 100 POINTS
spending 12 cents for stamps to Laura Martin of Bonded gone
Suite 225, Sir John Hotel
mail the ad to the beverage dept. back to Nassau for some more fI ...._.....'lb _....
At 12 o'clock paddy wagons and Bruce and Coke (it's a fine 2'76' N.W 6tb St., Miami, FJa.
3,000 cops were outside the King drink) Al Miller has open- Clean -
O'Hearts. When the show went ed a "do-dad" shop on the patioof up
on the cops were confrontedwith the Sir John. He sells everything MY VOTE GOES TO Collection rubbish
an all male revue produc'ed The best barbecue Is of and refuse -
iby Phil Harris, yet comedian at SW 12th ave. at Five Points. in front of premises,
Billy McAllister: was arrestedfor It's called Wesley's Broasted
doing comedy in a crocker Chicken. Best I over ate I cleaning of walk-ways, gut
sack and put under a $600 Connie Farmer at Baker's Famous -
bond. Let's'look at it this way: Corner is getting ready to In The l.op111arlty Contest ters and side walks in
Chickle Horne does comedy in throw some (you know what) in
front
Drag Mona Lisa has done the game which will have Lib- of premises.

comedy In Drag so does Papa erty City jumping just about Voter ........................................................................................................
Turner, Milton Berle does it live every night Voronis Dal- PLEASE DO NOT PLACE

on Lemon TV, Tony did it .Curtis in the and movies Jack rymple,to Mayme's come to sister Miami, is for expected a- A<
which I saw here in Miami, yet week. Yep, jshe's pretty. (P.S. I Winners will be announced Sunday, July 80
not one cop arrested or bannedthe changed my phone number for STREET.

picture. that week). ------ .' --------- -- -.::- ,,.. ..........................-................






'mss NOW OPEN, FOR BUSINESS :-






I And Re-opening Gift As To Our:You F HIE E WASHING & DRYING 11 I. .I








SAT. SON. MON. TDES., JULY 22, 23, 24, 25From



( 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Only)


BRING IN YOUR COMPLETE LAUNDRY WASH AND DRY IT FREE


At The Finest Laundromat in The Area .








Westinghouse Laundromat; i






I _ 538 N.W. Second Ave.





FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED --HERE'S: YOUR CHANCE


-


NO WAITING RAPID
EFFICIENT SERVICE

Completely Equipped With 20 Washers & 6 Dryers


.
OPEN DAILY AND SUNDAY 6:00 A.M. TO 10:00 P.M.


You'll Like Westinghouse Laundromat



\ _
"' .
i







: THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA

URGES JFK TO SEEK PAGE 3
NAACP SATURDAY, JULY' 22, 1961




.: NEW' .RIGHTS LEGISLATION 2 More 'R ders1' ; <: '. I



.. ..
'

GO Delegathin'ofLeaders Kennedy Sees Convicted in Dealer


I ALONG rumours ROAD OCALA Two "freedom rid -

I ers" convicted of unlawful assembly ,
WASHINGTON Urged- to here were sentenced by
= 8, dUfH BEApY issue a clear-cut call for enact Marion County Judge Lewis My
9OO OM meat of pending civil rights ers Monday. NOW OFFICIALLY
bills, President Kennedy count Leslie Smith, 36, an Albany,
We are all familiar with the oppression and brutality doles 'tired with an assurance of continued N.Y., minister, was sentenced to OPEN
story of "Uncle Tom's Cabin," not necessarily belong to otie executive! action and an six months in jail or a $600 fine
by Harriett Beecher Stowe. This age or another, and that people Invitation to NAACP leadera to plus a 30.day mandatory jail 1
book, published several years with liberal and freedom-loving join with governmental l forces in term. WorldWideEmploymentAgency
before the Civil War, was per Instincts can be born into any 'invoking existing laws to protect James O'Conner, 31, a white
haps as influential as anything age. !, voting and other civil rights. economic instructor at Barnard

elite: In strengthening the Abo 1 In the early part of the book A delegation of 60 NAACP College in New York City, was
and
lutlonlst moveineht bringingthe
Miss Kemble writes about her leaders attended the conferencein sentenced to 90 days or a $260
before
issue of slavery squarely -
the Oval Room of the White fine
the American people. thoughts on slavery and com 1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
pares American NSgroed with house during which Bishop Motions for new trial were
JOURNAL OP A RESIDENCEON the lepers of 'the Bible who tire Spottswood praised the President denied by Judge Myers.
A GEORGIAN condemned to sit without the for "effective executive action However, Attorney Ernest FR 3-5755
'PLANTATIONIt gates of every human and social in the area of civil rights," Jackson of Jacksonville. filed ap
sympathy. From their sable col but pointed out the "urgent need peals and the two men were e .
has been my good fortuno or, Miss Kemble! says. a pall to buttress executive action' with freed under $1,000 bond each.A .
recently to come across a new falls over the whole of God's universe legislative action in the Con third defendant, Herbert A.
MAIDS work in New
edition of a book originally pub to them, and they find gress." Collendar, 27, Mahwah, N. J. -
IIshed the same year the slaves themselves stamped with a ,badgeof In his presentation to the Negro, will not be tried until York $35 to $55
were emancipated. Written by infamy of Nature's own devis President, Bishop Spottswood, Aug. 21.
Frances Anne Kemble' and en ing. Miss Kemble continues, "All speaking on behalf of the delegation The three men were arrested Private home sleep in, free
titled: Journal of a Residenceon hands are extended to thrust told Mr. Kennedy: "The June 16 when a group of "free room, board, TV, etc.
a Georgian Plantation, this administration dom riders" stopped and they al'
them out, all fingers point at concern of your
new' edition has been broughtout their dusky skin, and all tongues for basic human rights is as encouraging legedly refused to reboard their NO DEPOSITNO
this by the Publishing bus following brief scuffle
Knopf
year a
have learned' to turn the very as it is 'unmistakable.:
Company. Fanny Kemble with three local white men at
name of their race into an Insult You left no doubt about where REGISTRATION FEE
who is perhaps better known as and ," and the door of the bus terminal restaurant '
a reproach you stand on civil rights
an English actress, is shown in .
the recognition of all persons on Air bus transportation
this book to be a gifted and The picture Miss Kemble merit. or
basis of individual
brilliant writer as well. Although for the Advanced at Once
paints ua of the institutionof "Your directives to your department -
the book was written during slavery is a most miserableand and agencies and your MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T ,
183S-1839, it was not published brutal one. She speaks of forthright action to establish a
until many years later, after MissKamble's "details of misery that it wouldbe employment
marriage td PierceD difficult for the Imaginationto non-discriminatory policy for firms holding govern COST THEY PAY JOIN THE NAACP !
tJer came to ah unhappy end. exceed* scorn, derision, insult, ment contracts, as exemplified in
It is also Interesting to note that menace the handcuff the the Lockheed Aircraft case, have -
Miss Kemble was not aware lash the tearing away of won the applause of a nation
that her husband was the ownerof children from parents, of hus that believes deeply in fair play 1
several large plantations In bands from wives the weary for all."
STAR MEAT MARKET
Georgia, including hundreds of trudging in droves along the Expressing awareness of the
slaves, until after her marriage. common highways, the labor of gravity of the International cri
In the Victorian tradition, aus- body, the despair of mind, the sis, Bishop Spottswood assured I
bands did not at that time thinkIt sickness' of heart these. are the President of "our under
necessary to tell their wives the realities which 'belong to standing and our support for: 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
too many details of their business the system, and form the rule, you an you face the challenges.
ventures. rather than the exception in to our country on the International e
A LITERARY the slaves's: experience." stage."
MASTERPIECEEven THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE

though written in the The final comment, this book
Victorian era, with phrases and should be required reading for Garden PartyThe # f fII
mannerisms of that period, the all those who are trying to deter
Journal has a freshness and lit at thts moment & Trustee Board of St. Paul"AME
Negroes very
erary artistry that makes it seem Negroes whose ancestors were Church cordially invite I
almost modern. It is :Miss part of the vicious and brutal the public to attend a Garden Fresh Meat-Low Prices ,
Kemble's sincerity in writingand Institution shown by Fanny Party on Sunday July 23, from
feelings about slavery that Kemble's Journal from enjoying 4 to 6 p.m. at the home of Mr,
make the book a wonderful read the rights and privilegesof and Mrs. Edward Braynon, 1160
Ing experience. Being an English U. S. citizens nearly one hun- NW 65th terr.
woman, Fanny Kemble had long dred years after the Civil War I
antl.slavery sentiments, due to supposedly ended all forms of
...
..
the coming of the Industrial Revolution slavery. The book bears witnessto work even harder to end all vestiges ,, 7"-i .- ..., ;--.. : :
in England and the crea an evil institution and should I of slavery remaining in the '\.1 'ifii" ; ." .' : I
tion of a system of wage labor.It inspire all those who read it to United States today. I I. ''.' .I: ;. '. I :":: '" -----i 2
might seem strange that neither .!
her husband, Pierce Butler, '. ::.T-:,. ...t'L.F' 1. w ', ."- .

nor herself had talked about this
matter of .. :avery before their
marriage, but since Mr. Butler
married Miss Kemble In America
while she was on tour as a WIN PRIZES !
Shakesperlan actress, such mat
tern were probably never dis
cussed.! 1
The book actually is a journal
kept by Fanny Kemble during a By Listening To
few months she spent on her
husband's rice plantations In XI

Georgia years after in her 1838-1839 marriage., several Being '
naturally prejudiced against sla W M B M 1220When

very before she went to Georgiaeven ---iiIi _
so she was not preparedfor
the actual practice of slaveryin your favorite WMBM Disc Jockey calls you,

all stay its in brutal Georgia reality., she Duringher talked answer your phone by saying "WMBM 1-2-2-0". If FOR' SALEThis

with the slaves, tried to help you' are listening to WMBM. If you do this, you will
them as much as possible, ob
served their dally lives and re have won $12.20, and if you are able to identify the Beautiful 3-bedroom 2 baths

corded it all in her Journal.A Disc Jockey and answer a simple question, you will ,

BRUTAL INSTITUTION win a special prize. Remember, say WMBM 1220. 'Brand New Home
Pehaps one of the moat. interesting "
observations about the CALLS MADE ALL DAY LONG Located at '
book Is the fact that Fanny
Kemble's arguments against .slavery .
3200 Frow Avenue Coconut Grove
are just as valid and good ,
today as they were then. As I
read the book, I was struck :- SPECIAL PRIZES -: Designed And Built For The Hard to Please

time and again with the thought
.
-"Why that's just exactly whatI $212.20 Ca.hWa.hing i
Cash
think, too!" So it would ap $122
Tile Roof Closets
the hatred of slavery, o 0 Large
that worth
pear Machine TV large screen, 0 Built-in Kitchen 0 Electric Range

Room Full of Furnitureover $250Fishing 0 Mr. and Mrs. Closets O Electric Oven

New Deluxe Home equipment and 0 Circular Driveway 6 Fully Landscaped

$312.20 Cash boat worth $500Refrigerator 0 Large Rooms 0 Custom Built
3-bedroom 2 bath 2 carports
0 Corner Lot 0 Terms
screened porch I $412.20 Cash
Florida Room GO BY AND SEE THIS
Hi Fi Set to Nassau for
3-day trip
80 x 100 corner lot OUTSTANDING HOMEThen
Air Conditioner 2 worth $150 plus $100
DOWN $1,595

6090 N.W. 9th Ave.JE Transitor Radio worth in cash. Call

1.5973 over $100. $512.20 Cash NE 3.3408 For Details11

Indf . "
mi- -1 ,. .. . .... ..,;





.
-
-
-



4 SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 n
___u I a: p b

;it :

.,, I +


k
:
-
' '
- !!I If.Aln Office at 0740 NW. Kith Avenue-Phorie OX 1O4S1at .
l lrstrtgl 1112 N.W. Third Ave., 'Miami, Florida-1'hone PR 822.10II. W
-
--
K. 8IGI8MUND REEVES; Editor and Publisher

GARTH O. REEVES, Managing Editor .
. ,
5b .; z
s. 5
Entered ;Second Glass r Matter;August 0, 1027, rft the Post Office
at Miami, Florida, under the act of March 8, 1870
? '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
ONE YEAR $4.50-8IX MONTHS $2.75 THltEE] MONTHS $1.70
Member of the .\FW: clllWt) Nears Press'
Member of tho National Newspaper Publisher .%"80clatJoiior
4: .
'1tEn0- FUR \Knmo: rnrs.s":! k
1'lfIt: MXHtO PUT ss bi llrvi,"> that America r"n beet 'lead the worM
from rnctnl ami nnUonnl AHtnuivnlRina! when it accord to C""rnan" I
rejrnrdlpM of ra'co. color or creed, his human 'and legal right Ha tin 2
no innn. (.vtrine nn imin( '-ll h<% \t-trm 1're.a strives to IIphl every man.
in thc tint hells that, All men are ''uirl No' Ini.g n.. salons 'I I U hflilKick. ,
,
.
-- ----

CITY MANAGER' REESE FIRED

Three of :Miami's five city commissioners dischargedCity

Manager :Melvin Reese on Wednesday and at the om spottswood, Chairman of the NoAA.C.P. Board of Directors; President
same meeting appointed ,Harold Toal, director of the : Left to Kennedy flight; Bishop&11''. Joel Stephen I:3pingaro: NA.A.C.P. President: and Roy Wilkins Executive Secretary of the
city's &fiUhbarhp9: { Department to serve, NoAAo.P.: The NoAA.C.P.'. members above, along,with 157 state dhroetors executlvel boAr ,(p1emben EJeCOtJye
of the
the President In the Oval Room : -
ns city manager. and other NoAA.V.P. ofilcials were greeted warmly by
dvt) rllhta. Fo-
reaffirmed his strong position OD
Mansion 00 Wednesday, July 12. The President
articles ofhletorlo
The firing came as a surprise not only to Reese but lowing a discussion, the President escorted them to Uncoln' Bedroom and pointed out :

'to Mayor Robert King ;High and Commissioner Henry Interest. __ __ .... _. .. .... -. .. .-I
:Itolaban, who came to Reese's defense but to no avail.
-, ...."' G" ....y- -- Job OpportunitiesGreater
Reports are that the trio, George DuBreuil, B. E.
'Hearn and Joseph DuMond had made the decision two Announcing The Opening Of Miami Urban League,

days before the meeting but had kept it a secret. ANDERSON'S FAIR DEAL GROCERYAND 305 NW First St., H Allen
Wheatley Jr., vocational services
The question, the public is asking is "Why the fir- MEAT MARKET secretary. Phone FR 1-0476.
ing? What has the city manager done?" MathematicianSteno
14607 BETHUNE DRIVE
Clerk I
He was not even given a ,hearing. Richmond Heights Motor Vehicle Examiner
Clerk
Commissioner Hearn is reported saying, "That was Open 6 a.m. to 12 p.m.

an embarrassing thing to do but it had to be done." Your business is welcome and appreciatedAt r

Commissioner George DuBrueil, "The firing was nec- all times COMING!
cessary." Mr. and Mrs. Charles (Chuck) Anderson, Owners
-
..... .
Commissioner -----
DuMond, "I acted in the interest of YMCA'SANNUAL
the taxpayers."

It seems to us the taxpayers should be given fact's. It's Never too late to have
Is there something to hide? Why not lay the cards on the Musical Soiree

table? Graduation PicturesMADE ;:. :.J
DuMond charged that Reese had repeatedly failedto
take action on major city matters and flagrant viola-
tions uncovered in recent investigation of the city's slum AT I House For Rent
clearance program.
JOHNSON OF MIAMIWe 2-bedroom house hot water
Balaban replied, "These charges are completely
without foundation." supplied, one half block to
have caps and gowns for kindergarten and high

Mayor High: "I am satisfied with the city manager. school, with all the schools colors elementary school. Unfur
I would stake anything on his complete intellectual hon- nished. 5238 NW 24th Ct.
esty." COME IN ANYTIME
R I Open time.
Manager Reese has been In office, only sixteen 409 N.W. 17th Street FR 72294FOR any
months. In our opinion he has done >a good job. He has I

made some changes and tightened up on the police de- = : -:- :- -= = .
L..M. Y.M..MM..NNN..ILM.U..N.Operation
partment.
Clean up
He has been trying to straighten out the building
department; not that we agree with everything he did. SALE Collection of rubbish and refuse -
.. ..
Only this week h&"'submitted a plan to 'Improve BIscayne ,*"i, in front of premises,

Boulevard, These are some of' the things' he has COCONUT GROVE cleaning of walk-ways, gut.
done. We are sure there are others. 3521 FROW AVENUE in
ters and side walks

We believe he should have been given a longer timeto 4-bedroom, 2 bath home, oak floors, separate dining front of premises.
serve Miami. room, fenced in yard, sliding door closets, 3 linen
closets, large front porch. PRICE REDUCED.
Here, let us say that in our opinion the. City of Miami $17,000, $1,300 cash payment balance one FHA PLEASE DO NOT PLACE

should seriouslv consider electing rather than appointing mortgage, $15,700. OPEN FOR INSPECTION. Call WATERMELON RIND ON
a city manager. Let the taxpayers make a choice instead D&H Construction Co. HI 81119.PERRINE .
of three men.. The manager will at least have a fouryearterm. I STREET.S.
.. .......... no ._ .'
If it is necessary to recall him that can easily be

done. How i about it? ':'q' .

On Thursday Mayor Robert High and Commissioner FOR RENT! 2 bedroom duplexes with built in oven
Balaban were planning to reinstate Reese to his of- and range, large lot, prices reduced to $16 per week. FOR SALE
fice. Call HI 81119. I OR TRADE

....-'.......--...
o Your home or lot

SCHOOL BOARD BUDGET $84,000,000Dade RICHMOND HEIGHTSFOR For a brand new horn

SALE! New bedroom home, one bath, CBS .
County School Board on Wednesday adoptedan Home, Carport, built in oven and range.
$84,000,000 budget for the coming school year. 13701 JACKSON STREET 1437 N.W. 56th St
839 N.W. 56th St.
The board also unanimously decided to raise teachers $200 down and $100 per month. Move right in, no
salaries retroactive to the beginning of the school closing costs. Total price $12,750. 3-bedroom, 2 baths
year if It becomes) apparent that funds will be Available. Garage, Florida room

Because of certain rumors about Supt. Joe Hall's D & H Construction Co.HI See Sunday 2-6 p.m.
position, the board oh motion of member Helen Vosloh
passed a unanimous vote of confidence in Dr. Hall's ad- 8-1119 t Harmar, Inc. MO 53592PA
,. ,. I
ministrative efficiency. ,,', '.. ,, .' .




.
--- -- -
--- -- -
---- -
... ,
-------- ---- ---
::1



--- ------
-- --
-
' -,----
,, -




.-
e'r Wellerg' ACAnnounces THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA*


h Check I SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 PAGE 6

M 1
Cashing Policy

1
Weller's AG Food Store at NW .,
,
27th ave. and 54th *t., has' announced ..'t ''
vF xi a new check cashing .. ,\. '..",,
policy for the convenience of its ":\\.. :,I.k';"
i customers. .. ".: ...a : ,
.3
fl- t. Any persons cashing a,' check ..:.' -; )
will 25 cenls 'coupon with "
get n :\"' '
the cost deducted from the : ;:
cMock. This coupon Is worth 25c I .
with the purchape of a $3.00 or I "
der. The cashier will accept the I'\f-':
coupon and give the customer '
credit for 26 cents, making the :(
4 b / es check cashing a free service

3t a
F. W. Weller, genial manager Ifi -
,of the popular 2i.hour food ".! I ,
r store says this new, system has .
been instal'ed to speed up the .
service for AQ !. \
check cashing : 1 kAw r
customers and to discourage '/ ;
: other persons who might try to
: :' use the store as a bank.
b : ,

TransfigurationBegins


.... Building "'
On May 26 and 27- the "Weara Fund Drive : : ,
Poppy" campaign! for a Miss f d2''I
Johnsons Give \ :' ,
John Griffin Auxiliary Poppy St. Mary's and St. Theresa's tL
Queen was conducted. The auxil- Guilds! I and II of the Episcopal I '", .
iary membership was divided In Splash PartyA Churchwomen, have begun a 30- t ,.. '" ."
to three Each
groups. group day contest initiating a building
sponsored a queen. Group 1, un summer treat was the order fund drive. This contest had Its ,

der the chairman ship of Mrs. of neptune In the newly completed ,- I beginning at the home of Mrs. ...,It'ff'.,, ..."...;I....'.:...- .
Marie Taylor sponsored as their ... .
swimming pool at the palatial Olive Tender, NW lUrid St :.y t --
:* Little. Hortense Delancy .
queen Guilds will ,
home of Mr. and Mrs. Each week the
the grand daughter of Mrs. Lillian James and Bernice Johnson, have a benefit affair. The contest
Blackshear. Group 2 with 1440 NW 56th St. The Johnsons closes on the eve of this year's JOHN LEE' HOOKERAt
Mrs. Theresa Clark as chairman
entertained select friends on Patronal Festival, Saturday,
sponsored Little Collette Clark Saturday evening, July 15 with Aug. 5, at a dinner party.
as their queen. Little Collette Is poolside! rard games and a big Tickets are on sale for this affair .
a member of the John Griffin splash Into their unique and by members of the Transfig
Auxiliary Junior unit and the
KNIGHT BEAT
uration.
rectangular pool. ,
v'
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Favorite picnic snacks were Fr. L.' Wooden, is vicar and J. .
Clark Jr. The chairman of the
served to fulfill auch midsummer D. Lewis, secretary. '
third group was Mrs. Mamie tastes of a friend. The
many
Montgomery whose queen contestant ::i.
aquamalds present were Miss
FRI. SA T SUN.
Danlta Daniels
was -
Bennie L. White, Barbara Hep PERCY L. JOHNSON .
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry ,
burn, Rebecca Johnson, Mrs.
Daniels and niece of tteg. Heal Estate Broker
grand Mrs.
and Mrs VivIan JULY 21 22 23
Juanita F. Morley t
Mamie Montgomery.The Announces the opening of the
C. Owens. Frederick A. Mor-
firm' bearing his name -
realty
contest ended May 30., The ley and Eddie J. Strachan were with n lovely with his brilliant and distinctive singing and guitar style
highest poppy donation was reported the aquanauts.The which have shaped of the rising artists and
one
by III sponsored by party was BO much fun to 2-bedroom frame home for so many ,
group
Mrs. Mamie Montgomery.A all and did not dry-out until the sale of the few authenic Blues and Afro-American stylist in
wee hours of the morning. Whata This homo iw completely furnish the musical world today. John' Lee Hooker opens tonite
party was held Thursday splash we had, and the water
od, air-comlttloncd, haa heating
(Friday) and also appear this Saturday and Sunday,
afternoon fine.
June 15 on the lawnof waa unUN, tile bath, sparloiiH all electric
Mrs .Montgomery for the con kitchen and a Florida room. July 22-23 at Clyde Killen air-conditioned Knight Beat
testants. Danlta was crowned NoticeThe Club, N.W. 6th St. at Third Ave.
Miss John Griffin's Poppy Queenby It's all for the low, low priceof
Mrs. Marie Taylor. Mrs. Midget Chorus and the $9,500. $600 down will When John give his individual and unrestricted interpretations -
Wanza Poole presented each con Zeigler Brothers will be at a handle.It ,to the traditional tunes, the entire audience
testant cash from the .
a prize '
musical program 'at the Fir .1t becomes of the infectious and
unit. aware throbbing unforget-
Baptist Church of Miami Beach, hto! bo seen to be appreciated.
The John Griffin Post 165 and 28th St. and Sheridan Ave., Aug. Shown by appointment only able emotional experience which characterize the unique V
Auxiliary! worshipped in a Memorial I 2 at 8 p.m.Perlons Phone HI 6.0334 Now John Leo Hooker.
Service Sunday, May 28 at
wishing to attend this
Trinity Methodist Episcopal i affair will be welcome. Percy L. Johnson Admission Friday and Sunday $1.00. Saturday $1.25
Church. Itt.rg. Heal tiatate' Broker
;3781 Grand Ave.
On Tuesday morning, May 30, Coconut Grove
the Post and auxiliary assembled MIAMI TIMES ADS
A complete net estate service

7-30: at the a.m. Lincoln and held Cemetery a very inspiring at- DON'T COST THEY PAY $400 DOWNHOME

Memorial Service in honor -.-... -
of the war veterans of all .
wars. Guest speaker was Mrs. AND INCOME
Nella Clifton, president of the
llth District.A The/ Associated; Consumers Store
joint installation of all offi ONLY $79 A Month
cers of the post and unit of the
10th Division was held June 21 6100 N.W. 17th Ave.IS .
Beautiful close
CBS large corner, lovely area, to
the Dixie Park Auditorium.Past
at Commander Charles E. GIVING AWAY A 5LB. BAG OF MEAL everything. Full price $13,000. One mortgage.

Blakely of the 10th Division was OR FISHING POLE FREE
'.the installing officer. LEGAL REALTYMU
With 'Every $5.00 Purchase
8-3923 PL 8-0290
FREE I 1/2 LB. OF DELICIOUS HOME MADE

MEAT ORDER Nights Sundays Weekday
SAUSAGE WITH $3.00
$150 Cash $65 a Mo.

2-bedroom with porch, on . .I

large lot, near NW 54th St, -- ------ --- -. -'- -- -- -- .. ".... - --:...::::..-:....::

no qualifying!


Live Rent Free the Myrtle Jones trio

2 house on 1 lot ." "

$500 Down $90 Mo now at the all new trfbr

4 bedroom home, plus a 2 HAMPTON

bedroom for rental to make

your monthly payment HOUSE

See today. 'h
1392 N.W. 52nd St \ \

Home and income iMOTEL and VILLAS


entertaining nightly from 10 p.m. til 3 '

$1,500 Dn. $30 Mo. '
a.m. Tuesday through Sunday. Dine and

Lovely 2 bedroom CBS rental witha tl' dance with the exciting Myrtle Jon ell
1 bedroom apt. a*
unit, fence, corner lot. Call Trio in the delightful atmosphere of the !

for appointment t s : ' air-conditioned cocktail lounge. (Coats ,

TRIO REALTY and ties, please, after 6 p.m.) I'


801 N.W. 54th St. 4200 MM. 27th Ave. Miami fla. HE

NE 5-8745 PL 9-8372 !6J!! I

.
'- ,-- = -:::-. '::; ..;;.. :::-.....: :;.--:::-:::-:::-.;., ..;-:.-. .:.: :;. :;: :
: ::
t r ::::=:

f r-


.
-



COMPLETE


FOOD STORE


27th Ave. at 54th St.i4EviR .
-

CLOSEDPrices BEEMDyORtIA(
Good July 19 thru 22 at Weller's AG
GOLD MEDAL- PLAIN OR SELF- while you wait!
C
when you
FLOUR 51bs49/ buy kad

>:.... Friday& Saturday
GA. GRADE A LB. 3 LBtS. .s. July 21st&22nd
FRYERS Fresh Ground 0 '. try. 16 oz. 2 for 390
1 T BEEf 89 ba
With$3.00 Order b. ft c000 26 oz. 2 for 490

GEORGIA LB.
Tenderized HAM' Fresh Peaches 100U.

LB. .
S. No. 1
Butt Portion 390 Potatoes 10lbs 39e:

LB. I LARGE EACH
Shank Portion: 2ge' Stalk Celery 100

LB. FRESH LB.
Center Sliced 59cI POLE BEANS 190

I
I
I
: ..
EYEPOT GOLDEN HARVEST-303 CAN
PIES SUNSHINE SWEET 5 LBS.SUGAR cI: TOMATOESEach

4 for 990 29 lOt

__ _wa ...__ 2>
6 OZ.SHURFINE / FREESTONE
V2 Gal Manor House-With$3.00 order
ORANGE JUICE cI: Osage Peaches
ICE CREAM 29
6 for 990 23c
......
---- -- -
!, BAKERITESHORTENING VAN CAMP'S 300
BRAVO
c Pork & BeanslOt
Corned Beef

3 Ibs 590: ,- .. ,., -. ., .- .. .'
------
FOOD KING CUT ROYAL ARMSTISSUE

_; BEAiV lOcLlPineapple Juice 23c 5c

\

-. -- _. -
''/vi



-
'




Teaching Job THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
NAACP Convention Cites
For SubstitutesThe SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 PAGE,7


Dade School Board Ls

'! Militant Miami Clergyman- hiring the Candidates coming substitute school must'Tear.teachers be able tor to Shell City Sit-in Case y '

Philadelphia More than 200 obtain Florida teaching certificates
cergymen: honored a Florida integration which require at least 60 '
:
leader for "heroismand YMCA Planning6th semester hours of college credit. Back Court :
courage. despite Intimidation Applications are being takenin to Supreme ;
and threat of physical Musical Soiree, Room 101, Lindsey Hopkins
harm," at the NAACP's 62nd I B;dg., 1410 NE 2nd ave. 1
i annual convention which closed "Plans are in the making for
the YMCA's 6th annual Musical who :
j here today. Jamboree
Camp
lIe Is Father Theodore R. Soiree," Arlington Sands, chair ing
Gibson, minister of Christ Epis- man of the committee announced -
copal Church in Miami, Fla., today. Mr. Sands pointed out July 28
and president of the Association's that the Soiree which is rated as
unit there. Father Gibson faces Miami's most cultural event of It's almost herel! The closing m
six months In jail and a $1,200 the season will be held August event for the Day Camp of The
fine for refusing to reveal 13 from 4:30 p.m. through 7:00 James E. Scott .Cpmmunlty Association -
NAACP membership lists to p.m. In the Breezeway of the a
Florida officials. His case will Carver Branch. The entire community awaits
be reviewed by the U. S. Supreme Sands said that the program the big day, Friday, July 28, a to
Court this fall. will feature the compositions of Camp Jamboree a carnival of
The militant minister reminded George Frederick Handel this fun and activities.The .
his fellow clergymen that year with William S. Johnson fun begins at noon until
they "can do things no one else serving as music consultant. 6 p.m. Displays, exhibits, amuse
can, if you understand the great Thirty-four of Miami's out ments, rides.
responsibility that is yours." He standing women are serving as Hot dogs, sno-cones, soft
addressed the convention's annual sponsors this year. Mr. Sands encourage drinks and candy on sale. Hot probation.'j
ministers' breakfast.In the cltleznry to mark plate dinners available too-so last
presenting the citation, this date on the calendar and bea why cook!
NAACP's Executive SecretaryRoy part of this annual musical There Is entertainment galorefor
Wilkins stressed the role event. everyone, Friday, July 28, law
that the Negro clergy has historically 12 noon until 6 p.m. Liberty to ,
played in the fight for Royal Twenty Club Square auditorium, 6306 NW his
freedom.He I 1 14th ave. '
added that today clergymen The Royal Twenty Woman's
are giving leadership to the Cub: held Its regular meeting at
association's units across the the lovely home of Mrs. Vera AnnouncementThere the
country as never before. Rev. Clarke, 3466 Williams, Ave., Coconut -
William J. Shaw, pastor of Grove will be a welnner roast, }'
White Rock Baptist Church, Mrs. Ada Belle Dunn, Mrs barbecue, hamburger and hot the
here presided.A Beatrice Harrison and Mrs. Myrt Ash along with soft drinks 0:1
veteran NAACP leader, Fr. Davis reported the highlights of the grounds of Bethel Apostolic
Gibson ;led the struggle for integration the Woman' Federation meet Temple, 2310 NW 58th st. Sat
of Miami area buses, ing which convened in Braden
urday, July 22 at 7:30: p.m. until to a
parks and swimming pools. He ton. Given ,by the Young Matrons.Come on
helped organize sit-Ins and recently Mrs. Davis thanked the hostess and enjoy yourself with I .
made a personal survey of for an enjoyable evening. others. Mrs. Thelma Wallace is ----
bus terminal facilities in his re- The next meeting will be held sponsor. '
.._ _,_ July 23 at the home of Mrs. UNDER NEW OWNERSHIPJoe
1 .IV I .,
Myrt Davis, 3446 Oak Ave. 't ;1X Metz It Back
Mrs. Ada B. Dunn is president;
Our Past This WeekJULY Mrs. Ethel Peavy, reporter NEED MONEY

,.. _._._T...... r U I gion. $25 to $600 SMALL'S LOUNGE & PACKAGE STORE

-. -----. Call PL 8.3653
23, 1891
701 N.W. 2nd Avenue
Halle Selassie, emperor of COMING!
Ethiopia, and one of the great IDEAL LOAN Till LAS VEGAS LOUNflU IS OPEN 0 A.M. TO 1 A.M.
personalities of contemporaryAfrica YMCA'S 6105 N.W. 7th live SI nEO MUSIC
born.

JULY 24, 1893 ANNUAL To Serve You Are
Chares S. Johnson, noted sociologist Musical Soiree MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T NANCY AND' TINAROOM
and first -
Negro president
COST THEY PAY
of Fisk University born In --- :
Bristol, Va. '-

JULY 25, 1866 '
Ulysses S. Grant, elevated Your Watch Cleaned, Oiled, Adjusted ET '
'I.
from combat general to full gen Guaranteed ........................ ........ $4.75 A .
eral as result of victorious lead w.
ershlp of Union forces during Your Portrait-Only ................ $1.00 .
Civil War., Class Rings, Luggage, Watches, Radios -, .... '

JULY 26, 1847 Guaranteed! Watches .......... from $6.95 \ ./ IIt

Liberia, first all-Negro republic DAVID JEWELERS l* ) .
in Africa, declares its Inde I _
pendence. 1188 N.W. 3rd Ave. FR 4.1522 ;, t," .I.'

JULY 27, 1953 / I1\
Fighting ceases In Korean TOOTIH'WINE
conflict, during which full scale
integration was inaugurated in Interested in Fixing That TV or Radio Trouble
U.S. armed forces. PHONE PL 1-8381

JULY 28, 1866 HOUSE SERVICE CALLS $1.50WE
Negro armed troops made official I
part of U.S. army by act of IIRPAIR, BKLL, EXCHANGE ANI IlKNT
Congress passed on this date. AT REASONABLE PRICKS

JULY 30, 1863 ONLY THING GIVKN FREE IS ADVICB- GIMMICK 1JY US
Henry Ford, father of assembly OUR WORK AND SETS GUARANTEED
line in manufacture of auto KNOW YOUR TV MAN AND SAVE MONICY 'DRINK
mobiles and one of the first to
pay Negro workers equal alar- JOE SCOTT
les for commensurate work, born. AUTHORIZED FACTORY TV REPAIR CO.

JULY 31, 1881 923 N.W. 62nd Street, Miami PL 1-8381 II........,,................
Slavery abolished In Egypt.

1)), ? Fastest Drink
y

in the West .
I
AUTO LIABILITY

The Wild Drink


INSURANCELow
: in the


r Big Square Bottlel'rHhud
Easy Payments Arranged

by Cwiutook Vintners,

HAn Frniiclnco: Calif.
NA 48433For i
20% by volwneSMOOTH +


Mobile Service 7:00 a.m. to 9 p.m.Mobile '
A WINEI


Insurance ...d.ar.r. -



AGENCY, INC. GOLDER SPUR '

Drive with peace of mind be insured : ,'.

.. ,. . ,.-'
;. .' ( .-- ,. .. (

!






-
L



MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA 1 w Io4t;

PAGE S SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 .

J


Troupe-Clark : k
-
1 NuptialsMrs. JA 1.wc M 4'TflL! -


Eva Mae Troupe of 1719
s" 5th pi,' announce the mar "., '
rlage of her daughter, Luella to
Winston Clark Jr.. son of Mrind .c1LcI1DS r :*iii
Mrs. Winston Clark on Sun ;
r. 'ar, July' 9'' at the home of the \
yCL bride, Rev. P. W. Williams per i.. RUSSIAnj ,
,
'ormed the ceremony. The wed- I VAnVA.\ ,
ding was attended by a host of M""'''10 I'I'.j
re"atives and friends. The bride [ _'
and ,, -. '
groom, along with their ; .. ,
parents, express their greatest r'c.1'RA.". jy" :. .
appreciation to al: for the lovely I v' _. rw'_ I : _
;: ru.frPr7z ;
) } \
lifts. and cards of congratulations. \.... A .. 1-

"".:: : : ,
'
: .
\ .
.
Personal MentionFather ., ,::1/ .../\fil) .w .. ,:>:N'?'. .:.<;':.
Mrs Linda Reddick of Orlando. w.r. .. .m Utr.r l.-: .:
rev : ;; : ". .. ..
and Mrs. E. A. McLaughlin was among the six new members I :8.... : : ::
: .
'c .fJ. :i.f : '"
n w formerly; of Florida, of the executive board of The : < t ,
Miss Mamie Elizabeth Pinder, but now of San Francisco" were Links, Inc. attending the annual / J. : ", Utmg t ...:
daughter of Mrs. Elizabeth Finder guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. L. Me- meeting held June 28-July 1 at GMte Z t-tk, Wuee, { ',, I

of 3443 Margaret St., Coco Nea and mother for the week- the Sheraton-Carlton Hotel i la iianttuvrtt,.,. $.
nut Grove and Burton Pinder of end. Father McLaughlin Is! the Washington D. C. AVAILABLE AT FOOD AND PACKAGE STORM J :: ::.:r i ;. "' ..... ;
1355 NW let place is a recent priest of St. Cyprian's Episcopal Dist. bu lto Co. Inc. Miami
graduate of Bethune-Cookman I Parish In San Francisco. He was This was Mrs. Riddick's first i bj Phone TU 5531
College in Daytona Beach. Miss guest speaker at Father Jarrett board meeting since her electior
Pinder majored in business education Atkins' church in Ft. Lauderdale in March as chairman of the I x:{
Southern Area. She succeed
and minored in English. ) )
She was active In many of the Mrs. Esmeralda Hawkins of I II
I II
Rocky Mount, N. C.
Mrs. Estel'a:
campus organizations including Williams Is In I
Tra.-Co.Dram Dramatic Club of Miami for a few days visiting Highlight of this year's board N
which she wasvpresident' for) two her family and friends before meeting was the donation of, '
years the YWCA the Mummies s embarking 1; on her':next assignment over $1,000 to several outstandIng -: 0/101PItN '
l1
and Zeniths Social Club The to Japan. She was also the groups from the program J'y'9dt 41 '
Methodiit Student Union, the guest of the McNeals Sunday. projects committee fund provided
Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and by the 90 Link chapters participating OX 1-7959 N.W. 22nd Ave. & 69th St.
the Pan Hellenic. Miss Finder in the National
Mrs. Alice Wilson formerly of Program
hopes to teach or do secretarial Miami and recently of West adopted in 1958 "Edu
of work in the public school system Hempstead, Long Island, N. T., cation for Democracy" project NOW SHOWING
Dade during the coming year., returned to Miami on Saturday through a "Search for Talent."
morning via Northeast Airlines. -
To Attend Those benefiting are the United
Mrs. Wilson plans to remain in
Miami indefinlltey. At the present CORE Negro College Fund, $500; EACH OF THEM KNEW THAT THE DAY OF PASSION
$500 The Committee
; to
Institute of Higher of her she son Is, stopping Ted, at 1536 at the NW home 1st Negro Salvage Talent Centennial$400 and the WOULD BRING THE DAY OF VENGEANCE!


EducationDaytona very court.pleasant Mrs. Wilson stay in New reports York a $100.Mrs. Pauline Weeden Exposition of ROCK HUDSON KIRK DOUGLAS

during her residence in that city. Lynchburg, Va., National President
Beach Dr. Richard presided over the 3-<1a)
V Moore, president of Bethune- Eugene V. Kemp of New York meeting.
Cookman College announced that City Is! visiting with his son and '1RE
the following officials will attend daughter-in-law, Eugene E. and .
the 16th Institute of Higher Dernlce Kemp of 2340 NW 66thSt. 20 guests
were present to meet
Education being called by the l ST '
Claudia
McCain, Marguerite Cox : .
.
Board of Education of
the Methodist
and
Ruth.Baker all
of the motor
Church at Scarritt College, Mr. and Mrs. Ducholtz entertained city. 1ft
Nashville: Tenn., July 24 thru friends from Detroit, SUNSEt
the 26th: President Moore Dr. Mich. In the backyard of their .
William A. McMillan 'palatial: home at 1829 Eastman tQtDi :iti
dean. NW 55th \ :.t /
James E. Huger administrative Terr last Saturday night. About Join NAACP Today J
assistant; Paul x L. Hyde bus! n k o ay
.
nets manager and Edward R.
Rodriguez director of Student

Personnel 4P' DOROTHY MALONE
1 The 16th Institute of Higher M '4r | CO-STAMINO
Education using the theme. Contributions tj/tft&ff/ *
Education of Christian Higher JOSEPH COmN' CAROL Iffllff-HMllE BAAND A=n% .',* :...
to a Free Society,
will give college administrators ALSO -

opportunity to explore some of ....
the problems profoundly related ; aM .
to their work. .,iE"
The sessions this year will: lfDON !
i deal especially with the nature (lJE
and the extent of the contribu C/fORY MURRAY
tions which the educational institution "
tJF THE
can and must make to
modern society. t STRANGESTTHE
.
Several workshops are. being i riAMEIN
planned. F ;
THE QQDU1MPRIEST"I

I a i WORLD
OF {

BEAT THE HEATOn .f CRIME'' tllltlli THII 1Attt/MTMTI
:
These Hot .
"'

SUNDAY AFTERNOONSBy

NEXT ATTRACTIONS
Attending ______

The Matinee 3 BIG HITS 3


And Show at .1. ..,\

r v ,,> "One Eyed Jacks"
*
Clyde


Killens'r At.MIGHT}! BEAT MARLON BRANDOIN



Air P JULY 27 28 29 PLUS COLOR .

ConditionedComfortable
"


JfIi BIG MAYBELLEsensational "Kiss of Fire"::.: ,


KNIGHT BEAT JACK PALANCE ,
blue singer, who will appear at Clyde

CLUB Killens' Knight Beat Club for three nights-Thursday, PLUS'Everything

Friday and SaturdaY', July 27, 28 and 29.
NW 6th St. at 3rd Avenue
Possessed with a style of her own, Big Maybelle is
From 4 p.m. until especially famous for "knocking her audiences cold" and But the

I leavingthem breathless at the close of her many popular

Never a dull moment : renditions. I .

.Admission x Free The entire southeast Florida Is invited to come out 1rrllth"

and see and hear Big Maybelle entertain as only Big May- -

belle can entertain. Popular prices will prevail.
X{ yy \KK >x Xr>>}>> sTHE






_r'



Liberty CityLutheran Men's Day at St. I THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA

House For Sale ServicesLiberty I SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 PAGE 9
Luke Baptist I
t
2-bedroom, 1 I bath> living ,
City Lutheran Church
room, dining room, kitchen will hold its Sunday services In I
I Florida room, large porch, the Carver YMCA with the Sun-
plus 1-bedroom g' tine s t day School at 2 p.m. and wore Atlantic Coast Baptists
ship at 3 p.m. The Rev.John
house in rear. Large- lot.: A Dede, who was recently installedas
bargain. $ pastor, will preach the ser
mon, "Prophets that Prophesy Close 30th Annual Meet
710 N.W. 45th St.: Lies,"--based on Jen 231629. aqw
Phone PL 7-9627 Mrs. Caroline McDonald at the .l
piano will lead congregation in
} xk 'R 1 Tho 30th annual session of Henrietta Davis, recorder; A.
the singing of the hymns. 1
the Sunday School and TrainIng Cash, recorder; Portia Drown,
Union Congress of Atlantic financial secretary; Charles Gib-
".' 1 ..rot r Coast Baptist Association met ion Jr., librarian. All old officers
FOR SALE vi ,,j.W{ with the St. James Baptist were re-elected.
Church, Rev, J. L. Johnson, pas
; tor July 1216. The congress closed. Sunday
Nice 7 room frame home with fenced yard at 2025 av night with a delightful concert I
The welcome program on presented by the Gospel liar ,
NW 6th Place. Convenient downtown .location. Tuesday evening was .beautifully monettes of Bethel, Nassau, Pas
. carried out, with Mrs. V. Dames tor H. W.' Brown, directing. The t
Priced to sell Terms to responsible buyers.: Phone who was introduced by Mrs. M. 1962 session will meet with Mt.
Johnson, as mistress of cere Zion West Palm Beach, Rev. J.
Mr. Walker at TU 8-4585. A12 mony. II. Johnson,, pastor.

The business sessions, begin. The Tlev.lfJohnBon and mem
nlng on Wednesday, were pre bers desert{ highest commenda
sided over by Ditrict Supt. Dea, Lion for their r.oTaI'entertain'
FLOYD DAVIS con Chas. E. Gibson and District meat
HURRY! HURRY HURRY I General ChairmanThe Pres. Mrs. K. Trotti. Instructors
of classes were MLss D. L. Hart,
A 2-BEDROOM DREAM HOME Annual Men's Day will be
Mrs. V. Dames. Mrs. II. Levan
held on Sunday, July 23 at St.
and the Rev. J. A. Butler Rev.
CUTEST HOUSE YOU'VE EVER' SEEN
Luke
Baptist Church. The morn
I. C. Mlcklns delivered the devotional
1773 N.W. 51st TERR. Ing speaker will be Dr. John message each morning.The .
Brown, head of the local CORE ,1
Only $56 Month Small Down Payment organization The evening .speak congress had the. largest eA
FHA er will be Dean David Dobbs of attendance In its history, with
See it now or call the Northwestern! Junior. messengers coming from West
The cooperation of the entire i Palm Beach, Carver Ranches,
1260 N.W 62nd Street church is to make this Homestead and Nassau, Baha
expected
t i Jfi>>TE lun4A11Y' PL 9-0511 Men's Day a day to remember. mas to Join the Miami groups.

"Opy with confidence 'Deacon 'Floy'd' Davis'IB':'ge'nerdl' ,Challenging !ermQJ1l, ,rwere!
chairman and Bro. Herbert Ammo preached by the Rev. It. W. I
Moss, Rev. J. A. King and Rev.
,
ns is co-chairman. Rev. P W Apt
'
I I
Williams is pastor. L. A. Thompson. Choirs participating
were those of St. James,
Temple, Olivette, New Mt. Zion STRAIGHTEN
Used TV & Radio Homestead, and Bbenozer, West
ATIENTIONIVaJuable !
Pam: Beach
SALE1Clearance B-3 lot YOUR HAIR
The cream of the meeting' was
See 2437 N.W. 54th St. the musical and declamation
$6,900 Total contest. Twenty, youngsters par at HOME In one quick,
FOR\,ENTIRE MONTH OF JULY: ticipated. In the music division EASY APPLICATION
.. plus a 3-bedrooms, carporte the winners were: Brenda Dene- I
Need Space Overcrowded frame house. Open to offers by, New Bethel, first prize; Es- I You can have soft, natural.
Terms or will rent sie Core, Central, second; Barbara looking, straight hair the safe,
All Sales Guaranteed Taylor, New Mt. Zion, easy SILKY STRATE way.Do

Contact__ Mr.- __. Richard_.____u_ third. it yourself at home and save
-.L GOLDCOAST REALTORS Declamation division, juniors: time and money. The easy-to-
x Sandra Sears, New Bethel, first; follow directions assure professional -
4301 N.W.
2nd Ave. Wanda Ferguson, New Mt. .like reeulta Your hair
Home Service Calls $1.50REPAIR PL 1-2427 Zion second; Cassandra Smith, stays straight for month .
-- Mt. Zion, third. lets you comb, drew or style
your hair any way you wish..
TV'S AND RADIOS Seniors: Alice llrown. Bethel, will not go back even when wet
Nassau, first; Leanora Camp
Know Your TV Man and Save Money bell, Temple, I second! ; Albertha FOR WOMIN and Chlldranj Guttle
Thompson, St. James, third; Strength'for long,'line hair.
'
JOE SCOTT Vernel Smith, Mt. Zion, honorable FOR MINI Regular Strength for shed,
mention.
coarse hair.

Authorized Factory TV Repair Co. : New officers elected were: NwartiMONEYBACK
Nattalle: Bon&by, vice president;

923 N.W. 62nd St.

PL 1.8381 Open Sunday 1-5 FOR RENT

836 N.W. 47th St. I-bedroom house

$15 per week
$345 Down $77 Mo. 3-bedroom house

No closing costs ''Florida room Jalousie t

Very nice 2-bedroom CBS ,porch
Betty Lee Apts. with screened porch, car Very nice

porte, oak floors, partly 2220 N.W. 61st St. GUARANTEE
Burnished. FHA In every package
mortgage.
Phone TU 8-69S5

680 N.W. 15th StreetOFF .. -- Advertise It Pays!

No closing costs

7TH AVENUE 1329 N.W. 43rd St. LINCOLN ESTATES'SALE

..........-..-.... SPECIAL
$345 Down $68 Mo.
SMALL DOWN PAYMENT

,..RENT, REDUCED Large 2-bedroom CBS, furnished WITH FHA TERMS
kitchen, carporte,
awnings oak floors. FHA Beautiful 3-Bedroom 1 Bath
llBEDROOM, . .,. . . $14.50 ,
mortgage Salesman on premise 1-6 p.m.

..
2-BEDROOM '.,. : : : . 19.00 ; 10740 OLD CUTLER ROAD

Open Sunday 1-5 De Carlo and Jennings HI 4-4681
EFFICIENCY . ..'. & 12.00
4131 N.W' 11th Ct.


FREE GAS WATER STOVER $545 Down $83 Mo. '

I LARGE PLAYGROUND AREA Landscaped lot. Jalousie

! porch, carporte, stove, refrigerator $400 DOWN
I ....-.......-.... ,tile roof oak
floors. Many extras. FHA
DAILY GARBAGE COLLECTION mortgage. Full Price $12,000!

Bus 26 and 24 -- ='=I
Convenient to ONLY $76 A Month
We have many more homesto
See manager in Apt. 105 or care taker Apt. 106 select from. Call us dayor Gorgeous CBS doll house, large carporte, tile roof,
night. lovely area. Near bus 1 mortgage \

Bonded Collection Agency 1 PL 7-8450 283 NW 79th Si LEGAL REALTYMU

.. 8-3923 PL 8-0290
.... .,'-.... .
FR 3-8416 'r. -- .
1163 N.W. 3rd. Avenue Nights Sundays Weekdays

.. .
Drive Carefully :, '." ,, ', '. -,- ." ,--. ,' "
.a- ? a.a-





,..

"
_.., ,
'''------ -
-
-
r-- 1 i ......--



_1 ",. > ",- -w.-; :..; ", ::::....; ;.;:.,,-. --





'.


.I I I Charge Account is Good for


.ff1\ .
T.V. HOME REPAIRST.V.

.I SHOP REPAIRS
Cf .

me to t.T PICTURE TUBE INSTALLEDFree


Estimates No finance charge



................ --

I Church of The Open Door ROWINC T.V.

I, THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA (Congregational) OX 1.9426
Rev. H. C. McDowell, pastorA. 6952 N.W. 18th Ave.

PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 E. McNeal, reporter
-
: -- -:
:::: : :':"
I Rev. Robert Ingraham of Per-
tine delivered a wonderful ser
BAHA'I FAITH Christian Fellowshop mon Sunday morning.
This Sunday we will have thepleasure
North 220 N.W. 20th St.
Thomas Baumgartner,
Miami businessman, will conductthe Morning worship . 11:30: of hearing Rev. Joseph
regular weekly discussion to Sunday School . . 10:00: Patterson, pastor of the Congre

be held at the Baha'i Center, 137 Christian Study . . .6:00: gational Church in Winston NOW !
NW 11th ave., 8 p.m. Sunday, Evening worship . . 7:30: I Salem, N.C.
July 23. His subject will be: Tuesday, M.S.A.C . 7:30 Our pastor and Mrs. McDowellare
"Themes Repeated In Religion." Thursday, Y.P. . . 7:30 taking a well deserved va
cation. Let us all for a
pray
The public is cordially invited.
You are cordially invited to pleasant vacation for them.
Phone secretary, FR 1-6420 for
attend with us. The pastor's an
further information. LOCATIONSTO
nlversary is now going on. We ST. MARY'S C. W. M. 3
are enjoying Jesus together.
ANTIOCH BAPTIST Friday night the Miami Gospel Rev. :Jii:. A. Culmer, pastor
Harmonettes: and Rev. Brown Mrs. S. Dawkins, reporter
Rev. J. W Stepherson, pastor will appear. Sunday School . . 9:46:
M. T. Copeland, reporter Sunday morning Mother Gus Morning worship . 11:00:
Sunday School ................ .... 9:49: sle Gamble, supervisor of East SERVE! YOU
BTU .......-..-............................... 5:30: ern Fla. Church of God in Sunday School was opened by S
Morning worship . 11:00 Christ. Sunday night, Florida Mrs.. S. Dawklnj. After devotion
Evening worship . . 7:00 Nightingale. Dinner served. Sun classes took their places with
3:30 Sis. Essie their teachers. The lesson was
day : Wakins
p.m. ;
There will be a box supper
reviewed by Rev. H. V. Stuart. .
sponsor, Elder G. G. Fann, pastor 4
Usher Board r
given by the No. 1 Morning worship was led !by q
Friday night, July 21. Donation Rev. Stuart who preached from
$1.U( > The public is invited.
MT. CALVARY BAPTISTRev. the First Epistle of John. Every
School will one was .spiritually blessed. The
Bible
continue Vacation thru July 28. If your E. M. Thomas, pastor II No. 2 choir, with Miss Jennie
enrolled with us we Phyllis Myers, reporter Parks at the organ and Brother
child is not send him. Sunday School . . 9:30 A. Carey directing, furnished
invite you to Morning Service . . 11:00 music and No. 1 ushers served ,

The No. one Usher Board Invite BTU . . . . 5:30 Evening service was led by \
you to their 20th anniversary Evening Service . . 7:00 the pastor. No. 1 choir furnished
Sunday afternoon, July 23 Sunday morning our pastor music with Mrs. G. McFord at v:14iiiit
:
at 3 p.m. Rev W. E. Sims and de.lvered a great message H I s the organ and No. 2 ushers
congregation of Trlendhlp Bap subject was "He Shall Be Call. served.

tilt Church will be in charge of Wonderful." It was very inspri- The public is invited to attenda a
anniversary services. rational and enjoyed by all.
spiritual tea Sunday evening, 1
Sunday night everyone was July 23 at the Church Hall, 1607
There will; be a musical pro happy to hear Rev. Stephens de NW 5th court. Donation $1.00
gram held the fifth Sunday at 3 liver the message.
Our Sunday School convention
p.m. sponsored by the No. 1 Next Sunday afternoon at 3:00: meets at St. Mary's July 26-30.
choir the Willing Workers will celebrate You are Invited.
their anniversary. The .
Our sick and shut.ins are Little church is asked di entire
Leroy Pace, 4301 NW 29th ave., the Willing Workers.cooperatewith > ST. PAUL A. M. E. Opa Locka

S.apt Culver 7, Bro., Sis.Joe Mariah Bryant,Washington Bro. C. Our sick and shut'ins are Sis. Rn. M. J. Fayson, pastor 2530 Service Road MU 8-3311
Ozie Hooks and Bro. William Mrs. Lee Cray, reporter
Sis. Lula Williams, Bro.
Sis. Estella Acth- Jackson. We are praying for Sunday School . . 9:30:
Fisher
Bryant them to have a speedy recovery. Morning Worship . 11:00: Liberty City
ison and Rev. Stanley. Evening Worship . 7:00:

TEMPLE BAPTIST Sunday School..................... 9:30: :6942 N.W. 15th Ave. OX 1-7661
ST. MATTHEWSRev. Morning Worship ................ 11:00:
Her. L. A. Thompson, pastor I I Evening Worship .......,...?...,... 7:30:
JJ. F. Clark, pastor Sunday School 9:30 B. T. U. ................................... ve:30I : Homestead
Rev. J. E. Munroe, reporterThe i Morning worship 11:00
BTU 5:39 !I!I Our Sunday School 1 lesson gave
Homecoming on last Sun Evening worship 7:00 our Sunday service a wonderfulstart. 447 S.W. 7th Ave. CI 7-9771

day was a good success. The The school discussed sal
reunion with old members and The Male Chorus will rehearse vation for the outcast, blended
Saturday at 8 in .... ....
friends was very heart warming p.m. preparationfor with the morning mesage ,so -1J>-
indeed. The Clarks and the Men's Day, August 13 Every beautifully delivered by our
Monroes were the largest family member is urged to be present. pastor. The male chorus of our
in attendance, but we do appreciate I The Pulpit Aid Board, Mrs. M. church celebrated their !annlver- Complete understanding and sincere service to

all the families that E. Stevens, president will spon- nary\ Sunday at 3:30 with various
were present. We gained spiritually for a Shoes Rally Sunday at 3 choirs of the city participat families of all financial means are cardinal rules at

morally and financially. p.m. The public is invited. ing and they wish to thank
'
May God ,bless you .all and that I everyone who cooperated whole the House of Albert.
goes for our friends and our The Nassau Gospel Harmontttes heartedly in helping them to
visitors and also our' wonderful of Bethel Baptist Church, raise $150. Mrs. L. Baker and
The BEST needn't cost The question of
more.
in concertat
Nassau, will appear
Mr.
mayor, Robert King High. Come Keel are still at Mt. Sinai
and visit our Sunday School and 8:15: p.m. Sunday. The public hospital. Please visit the sick
quality needn't be price. We give the unstinting
Brown the same
all our services on this Sunday la invited. Dr. H. W. and shutins.
pastor, is conducting the group.
night. We are having an old
I service and personal attention to every bereaved
fashion camp meeting! singing
and preaching. Hear Rev. J. NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Midget' Chorus toGo
Munroe, Rev Drown and E'I I family, regardless of the amount spent.
1671 N. W. 68th Terrace on Tour
Ferguson. Don't miss this wonderful
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor I
time. The Midget Chorus of Richmond
)eacon Fred Williams, reporter
Sunday School . . 9:30: Heights is planning a tour Funerals
BETHEL BAPTIST Morning worship . 11:0 I thru Georgia, South Carolina Complete
Evening Service . . 7:Ol ,, and North Carolina about the
Richmond Heights 5th of August. It will run about
Rev. L. R. Ross, Pastor No one choir will render ser 10 days. Persons desiring to Join
Jean E. Scott, reporter vice. A cordial welcome to all the group are welcome. A spec from $150

Sunday School....................... 9:30: visitors and friends to our' ser lal bus will be chartered to acI -
Morning service .................... 11:00 vice. I I I ommodate all. Accompanying

BTU ,..................................-....... WO I the Midgets will be the Zeigler
f Evening service ........................ 7:00 I Bros. For' further information ....-.4.--....

annual Vacation Bible Join NAACP phone CE 5-1132, Mrs. Ethel
The I Today
i' School of Bethel Baptist Church Edwards. J29BARKIEY'S Your Social Security can bury you. Call us for

wilt begin on July 24 and last 'P further information
through Aug. 4. All children of r
the community are Invited to ,
come. The classes will meet OIT-RME STORE

daily Monday through Friday

from 9 a.m. until 12 noon. The Friendly Store With The Warm Welcome


Bored An old by fashion the Men's barbecue club spon of 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 4-2376

Church will be
Bethel Baptist Tweed Cologne $2.00 StriDex Medicated .08
held on August 4 at Virginia
Key Beach. Countess Maritza New Yodorn Cream 1.98
Toilet Water 2.00
Usher board No. 1 will observeIts Noxzema Lotion .57 I5=:=::.
Skin -
Magic
fifth anniversary on the Deep Artra Skin Cream .65 "
fourth Sunday, July 23 at 3 p.m.' ConditionerBleach .00
at the church. Your presence and Glow Jergens Lotion .54:
will Abe, greatly, appreciated. LTenni .'13 (with 1 Free Deodorant" )

Sunday July 30 our fifth Sun The finest products at Cut Rate Prices

day program, a special effort for
strengthening our building fund OPEN DAILY A SUNDAY- 8 A.M. to 10 P.M. + LESTER C. ALBERT Funeral Director

will be held at the church at 3 JOHN A. McM INN. Owner 942 N.W. ISth Avenue OX 17S61I

p.m.. .A wonderful program is
'
planned for you.a






._ .,
--- -- --- --
-- : : :;<; .


'. .- -
.
..
'
,, 'i' "
">< ,, ,
I ;
/ : ,.
... ro'( # '" ,', '" I. ', r 'I" '>
.. oj ,' ..:. ,: .j "



l' "
'
.._.____._"_ _








City Launches "Operation ,r ; ,




,'Clean Up" Monday ;:::,'""rj. '


J
Put Out Your Trash

THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA I
"Operation Clean Up" Mi
ami's first all-Inclusive trash SATURDAY JULY ,22, 1961 PAGE 11
pickup In 20 years will be
launched the last week In July,

according Reese. to City Manager M. L. Free Cheat X-Rays 'p.m.will be 1 to 4 p.m. 6 to 8

?

"We're putting all available In South DadeA Thursday, July 27, Coconut
city equipment and manpower Grove, Brooker St., east side of
into said Reese."We'll .
this effort,
mobile Chest X-Ray unit street at city building from 11
pick anything put out
up
will be offering free chest x- to 2 Carver
: except soil, rocks and construction a.m. p.m. High
debris," he stated. rays this week in South Dade. School from 3 to 4 p.m. From
Unit No. 3 on loan from the
4:30: to p.m. at Brooker St. at
.Y Enthusiastically endorsed by
I the city commissioners, three Florida State Board of Health, Day Ave. Friday, July 28 at 3260
separate area drives will be made will offer x-rays at the following Douglas Road from 1 p.m. to
locations Thursday July 20
,
July 22, 24, 25, July 31, Aug. 1 Richmond: Heights, The Park, 4 p.m. and from I 5) to 8 p.m. at

New York City CORE Com volved in four separate lawsuits and Aug. 78. Buchanan Blvd, from 11 a.m. Grand ave. and Elizabeth St.

munity Relations director Mar I arising from the rides. CORE 1:as I The first collection will be to: 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. to 6 p.m.
vin Rich presents Rev. Fred agreed to provide the legal defense made In the area from NW NE Friday and Saturday, July 21.22, _
in his cases. In addition, I 20th St. north to the city limits; Richmond Heights, The Shop.
Shuttlesworth with $1,000 check CORE has already spent more the second pickup takes in the ping Center, from 1 p.m. to 4 ALL FORMS OFINSURANCE
as part payment for legal expenses than $70,000 in ball, lawyers'fees I. area from SE. SW 8th St. to p.m. and 5 p.m. to R p.m. Mon'
incurred as a result of I travel for riders, trainingand NW NE 20th fit., and the third i iI day, July 24 at the South Miami
the Freedom Rides. The heroic hospital bills arising from from SW 8th st. south to the Conv. Home, 5990 SW 67th St., For everyone. Wa 8peclallze in
Birmingham leader has been in- the Freedom Rides. I I INNPA I city limits. 1.4 p.m. and the Downtown 'bus' assigned risks with small down
stand from 5 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, payment Financing arranged.
All types of discarded materials July 25, South Miami Joe's Mar Altman Insurance Agency, 768
including those ineligible ket, 6555 SW 59th place NW 3rd St., FR 1-2421.
for regular pickups, will be collected July 26, JRE Lee I
Wednesday,
Promote Image In -
to regular pickups, only School. Hours for these days Ss
yard rubbish is taken.
Four city divisions will par'
I ticipate In the drive, under the
direction of Grady Phelps, waste
.
PressPHIL
of The Negro ,superintendent. Working with I

",. I I the waste division will be memo
bers of the streets and parks divisions
I Chicago The Moss H Kendrlx 'I
as well as police department
Organization, a nationally
personnel
I known Washington, DC. public i iI
relations and marketing firm, has
OSSOFER I I II Some 200 employes, 18 cranes
I been retained to handle image ,I and 78 trucks will be used in
building promotions for the Na the drive.
SAYS: i I tional1 Newspaper Publishers Association
iI I according to NNPA According to Phelps, It will
-..... -.- president John H. Sengstacke, take two days to cover each 111s),
I am both disturbed and publisher of the Chicago Dally area. Trucks will be on the
amused by the answers given in Defender. route starting at 7 a.m.
recent racial surveys made in "Action leading to the ape I "Residents are urged to check )
Alabama and Mississippi. Dis- apolntment of the Kendrlx Organization the schedule and have trash s REE DELIVERY DRUG
tubed because the people involved met with the unanimous ready Just before the pickup in
strongly ,believe in perpetua approval of the member their area," said Phelps "We R ,
ting racial segregation, and publishers of NNPA," Mr. Seng |want to avoid having trash sit aCQhhC !
amused because they fall to see stacke noted. Mr. Kendrix, headof ting out on the curbs for a week
the error of their ways. the firm bearing his name, 1 or more," he explained HAROLD JOLLIVETTE, Manager

Alabaman has been actively associated with I ___
For example, one .. H.
***** ---
-O:; 7 M trr r iti _
inception
when asked about the Freedom the publishers body since its
Riders, answered, "President more than 20 year ago.
Kennedy doesn't understand our This year, NUKO handled theNNPA's For The Finest Apartments at Moderate Rates-Call
problem. He ought to come", National Negro News .
down here and live with our Negroes paper Week observance under
(I hope that's the word he the direction of the assoclation'spubic
used!) for six months. affair committee. The BONDED
pressweek project will be one of
The disturbing factors come
from the belief that outsiders do the major campaigns of the new
not understand, while the ly appointed firm. Thomas W.
himself living in the i Young, president, The Norfolk
spokesuan ; (Va.) Journal and Guide, chairs
actuallydid ;
same city with Negroes ;
not live with them at all. ; public affairs committee. COLLECTION pjj

The amusing factor enters from I The Kendrix Organization was
the thought that he believes he launched In 1948. The firm currently
understands the Negro, who serves The Coca-Cola Co.,
lives close physically, but Is Carnation Co., the Bahamas Development '
kept socially and economically in Board through the AGENCY Inc.
Li !$
another world. [ appointment of 11111 and Knowlton -

This is universal age, in whichit I Inc., New York, the United ,
is imperative for us to learnto Golfers Association, and the 100
live with peoples of entirely Per Cent Wrong Club of the Atlanta
different customs and languages. I! World, Atlanta, Ga. The largest collection and rental
Forgetting the teachings of I
Christ- many have failed to live agency in the South; operating in I
in accord with their local neigh' have been BO' busy Christianizingthe
bors. Yet they spend great sums Negro, with whom they pre Dade and Broward
of money for missionary work in fer not to live, that they have Counties'I I
I Africa. forgotten to Christianize them'
It is both disturbing and selves, with whom they cannot Negro Housing areas
amusing that these Southerners live. L. L. BROOKS, PrMldcnt'

MANAGING AND MAINTAINING MORE THAN

10,000 HOUSING UNITS IN DADE AND

** y BROWARD COUNTIES





B1& !


CY, INC.


-
p
'
.;.I... .. r..- -
12 CONVENIENT LOCATIONS

MAIN OFFICE

2060 N.W. 75th ST. ............... PL S.0827 1019 NW 6th ST.

1801 GRAND AVE. ................ HI 8-1181 Ft Lauderdale .............. JA 4-M07

117saar 4240 N.W. 27th AVI. ...-..- NE ....... .775 HAMMONDVILLI RD.

1675 N.W. 2nd St. OX 1.4421 Pompan. ..--..,..- WI L12SI

Ops Look MU i.0/17
17325 HOMESTEAD AVE.Prrln .
14460 N.W. 22nd AVI.
__ CI 5.151a


InePt.-it...1Nui Savannah, Qa 1163 N.W. 3rd Avenue FR 38416l'
P0. Box 8467.P2
Cep twa mild
II..DIN np t.I fe f/-
-
;






..
-- ---
.. .. --. -
...0:.:::.....z. -- L



I


Klngstree for Wednesday for infant Clark son ments are Incomplete. H. !e survived
FLORIDA He was sent to
\ THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, final rites of Mr. and Mrs. Kirkwood ClarkGraveside I is. by a wife, Mary *'soa Law.

PAGE 12 SATURDAY JULY 22 1961
,
servlca held
\ Mrs. Nell Dumas of 1513 NW were I
.....-_-__.. = ._ II'! 6th ct., died July 6. She Is sur Friday for Infant Smith, ion of I'' Mrs. Sally Mat Watson of
Mr. and Mrs William Smith. 16040 NW.18th place, died July
vived ,by her husband, a daughter .
19. ,Services4will be held Saturday
CARDSMiMOI1ALSCARD a son two sisters including :'
I NW 1Q.30:; a.m. from the chapel.
Mrs Mattie Johnson of 432

...... -- ........ 16th Terr. Chapel services were Manker I She lei;*survived by a ..huband.Etzat ; ,
conducted July 12. : a daughter, Sue .Fisherman -

OF1 THANKSWe IN MEMORIAMIn a .son Willie Edward Law
I Rev. Cecil A. Frith, secretary rence, a sister, .Annie Mao Mallard -
for the Seaboard Baptist Association .
the family of the late loving memory of our dear
for died in his
I many years
JOHN L. WALKERwho husband and father,
home 421 NW 10th st. July
at ,
Jenkins of 140
died July 7, wish to thank Arthur Lee
the House of ,Albert for Its 8. Services were held July 12 at vW.i7th st., apt. 8, died July 15
splendid service. The pastor, Friendship Baptist Church, Rev. aj a result of an auto accident.
members and officers of New Mt. C. J. Burney delivered the Services will be held Saturday
Marian Baptist Church. We wishto eulogy Surviving are! his widow, 3 p.m. from the chapel.
thank all the friends and mother, father, two sisters. I. He is survived by a wife, Willie I

neighbors for their kindness., i\ Lee, a father, Forest Jenkins
I
of 1292
words of sympathy. i.J. Benjamin Newberry a son, Arthur.
The Family NW 58th st., died In the homeof
Eddie Youngblood, brotherTwo .J.. a nephew, 6953 NW 18th ave. ...
Sisters, Edna and Ruby rf. July: 8. Other survivors include
'" 2 nieces, Mrs. Nelson. with whomhe
> resided and Mrs. Annabell Homes For Sale
CARD OF THANKSThe Williams. Graveside serviceswere
.' conducted July 13, 2 p.m., 1995 N.W.: 48th 'Street

family of the late, !Rev. 0. JB.,,,Turner. offlciating. 4815 N.W. 21st Ave.

.
w 4. 'x! Mrs\ Ruby Coleman of 7001 $1,000 Handles
NW 15 ave., died "'while at work
July 10. Services were held in Open 1-5
the chapel July; 15 at .2 p.m.. Sheis
xA rf .__n ',.__N. bedroom and bedroom
TJ survived' by two daughters,
four brothers. Mrs. Alice Jones of 2431
Bernice and Helen, Mary 2 baths, garage hardwood floors
NW 58th st., died July ,14. Ser-
K } < Frank Willis of 617 SW 6th vices were held Wednesday, July Large family homes
Homestead drown 19 at Triumph The Church and
..._.... ave., was a
mm.m 'wv''m ''' W '''' She
wT zT ing victim July 10. His wife, Kingdom of God in Christ. FINK BROKERFR
: BENJAMIN DULLARD Mary, mother and father, seven la survived by a husband, Will, 9.2647 *
I who departed this life on July children: .l5ix,sister pu v1vH( Q, :son,,.Willie,Johnson, three& Bis*, .1 +1
21, 1953. was sent to Carthage, Miss for tare, Eva .Williams, Fannie Lew
Gone, but not forgotten. final rites. is. Daisy Black.
Alice Dullard, wife ,
,rot And Family Mrs. Lucille Tolllver 636 SW Willie Jackson of 636 Home-
JOIN THE N A ACPIStone's !
6th ave., Homestead died July stead ave., died July 18. Arrange
11. Her survivors are her mother -
IN MEMORIAMIn husband, seven children, a
sister and a brother. She was

loving memory of our dear sent to Griffin, Ga. for final

father, rites.
% j
N HENRY LEWIS REEVESwho I Funeral Home
t zyP ry departed this life on July Elijah Koon, 1420 NW 1st pl.,
22, 1922The I died July 10. He was sent to I
Family Clewiston for final rites. He
MRS. WILLIE RUTH MARTINwho 'leaves four daughters three 2936 N.W. 46th St.
died July 8 wish to thank I' sons and grands and great
the many friends and neighborsfor
condolences, flowers, tele DEATHSFrancis I grands. MIAMI FLORIDA

grams and other means of sym Frank Bryant, Homestead
pathy.A died July 13. His survivors are Conveniently located to serve the Greater Metropoli.
: special thanks to Rev. S. A. .JfW.O
his widow, Jessie, five childrenand
tan area of Miami in dignified and courteous
Thomas and the Mt. Sinai Baptist a
held
Services
brother. were
a
Church family, the Range i . I July 18, 2 p.m. In the Homestead manner.
Funeral Home, No 4 Pallbearers,
the neighbors of the James E. Mrs. Veronica Mason Hannahof chapel. For those who have
relations and. friends of
5242 NW 24th Ct. died at her out I
Scott
Project, and neighbors of
Mrs. Gertrude Gaskin who died
16th St. Again thanks to everyone held home July at St.15.Agnes Services Episcopal were July 15 was sent to Sanford for the Greater Metropolitan area of Miami, you will

''Mrs.for everything.Ruth Spann Church on July 19. Survivors include final rites. find a Stone's Funeral Home in .

And Family two sons, Emerson Mason, II
and Humphrey Mason a daughter Mrs. Sarah Coley of 18311 TAMPA MELBOURNE-!
Mrs. Dorothy Bethel, two Homestead Ave., died July 17.
sisters, Mrs. Mary Ingraham and Her survivors include her hus FORT PIERCE o COCOA
IN MEMORIAMIn
Mrs. Ruth Talley; three brothers band, mother, three sisters a GIFFORD
Norman Mason, Oliver Mason brother. Services will be conduct. TITUSVILLE"A
sacred and loving memoryof and Henry Mason; seven ed July 22 at 3 p.m. at Sweet
my dear mother, grandchildren, two great grand Home Baptist Church Perrine. service as inexpensive as desired; as impressive as
MRS. ANNA WOODS children, and other relatives She will be on view in the required"In
who died on July 18, 1958. church from 7 a.m. Saturday.Mrs. .
Loving Daughter, Leon of Tavenler diedon
shipping your beloved one home our servicesare
,Mrs. Mary Woods Payne July 2. Services were held in Mittle Lee of 5721
Quarters 359-D Juneau St. the chapel July 20. Survivorsare NW 23rd ave., died July 18. She the same
Ft. Richardson Alaska his wife, two sisters Is survived by her husband, Toma
son, a sister, two brothers. Arrangements -
Baby Walter Thomas of 14841 are incomplete. Phone NE 3-0793
IN MEMORIAMIn Pierce St. in Richmond Heights
died at Variety Children's Hospital EDWARD W. STONE Licensed Funeral Director
loving memory of my dear on July 17. Graveside ser- Range .

husband. II { vices were held July 20. Survivors -- .- ,. -. .
are his parents Mr. and
I Mrs. Walter Thomas; several sisters T. . .J. . . , 'T' J.
and brothers.


House of Albert. HOMES FOR SALECBS


Sam Harris of 1486 NW 6th like new. 3-bedrooms, 2 baths Florida and
ave., was funerallzed In the (
chapel July 11 at 2 p.m., Rev. utility room. Low down payment. Only $81.00 per

OtU Mundy officiating. month, _

Charlie Jones of 6900 NW
BUY ONE OR BOTHTwo
17th ave. was funerallzed July
8 In the chapel.
I i if\ T r beautiful CBS duplex buildings. Each on sepa-

Thomas Jackson who residedat ate lots, only 2 years old. Completely furnished and
2080 Grant St., and who died I
July 5 was funerallzed July 8 in equipped Low price, excellent terms.
Greater New Bethel Baptist
Church, Rev. W. K. Smith pas : x c LIVE AND EARNCBS
tor. His I .
I survivors are his widow k/ : .
Josephine, a son, two sisters and
Id n brother. duplex. Live in the 2-bedroom apartment, let

the other apartment take care of .the expenses.

d :: Mrs. Maria Samuels of 345 Priced right. Only $400 down
f + NW 13th St., died July 6. She Is Mrs. Evelyn Dennis, 2128 NW payment.
MR. CHARLES DEAN survived by throe sons and three 4th court apt. 4 died Wednes-
who departed this life ,July 12, daughters She was sent to York day, July 19 in Jackson Hospital ....-...i.-.....
1958. Fla. July 9 for funeral services. Mrs. Dennis had been a resident
Beyond the gate our loved one of Miami for 16 years and she .
has found happiness and rest John Lewis Walker died July was a member of Mt. Sinai Baptist SPECIAL ATTENTIONChurch
and there is comfort in tho 7. He is survived by two broth : Church. Services will be
thought that a loving God ers including Eddie Youngbloodwith held July 22 at 2 p.m. at Mt. property for sale. Very desirable location
knows best. The Family. whom he lived at 6531 NW Sinai, Rev. S. A. Thomas offi Price reduced for quick sale.
Mrs. Mae Dean, sister 14th court two sisters. Services elating. She is survived by a son,
airs C. Davis, sister were conducted July 10 at 2 Albert P. Thompson five Bis For these and many others call Harry Denny anytime
,Mr. Willford Dean, brother p.m. at New Mt Moriah Baptist ters; Mesdames Mable Jordan,
(Mr. Redmond Dean, brother Church. Rubell Bean, Annie Ruth Thompson -
j I I Inez Grler and Mae Fran- Action Realty Inc.
wI I Willie George McCutchen of ces Stinson six brothers John.

I DON'T COST. THEY PAY 328 NW 22nd St., died in Jackson ale Willie Roosevelt Isaac 253
Hospital July 5. His survivors Clifford and Fudge Thompson. N.W. 79th St. PL 74544I

include his wife Josephine
MIAMI TIMES ADS and relatives of Kingstree, S.C. Graveside- were held I ,
I J , l




--
,
4 cep . ." .
--



"





-----, .-.-........--,,-
j THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, ,FLORIDA

,
SEE THE WORLD'S SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 PAGE 13

GREAT SPIRITUAL



AN& FHYCHIC LEADER READER I Tips On Preventing Burglaries L ,


BISHOP HUNTER Connect, Timer To Lamp Prepared as a Public Service

I by the BURGLARY-

s. I ouR fall If you to see are me sick today.or worried Office hours don't i ';. : : 50'' I PREVENTION WEEK
ADVISORY COMMITTEE
-
dally 1 p.m. to 0 j: o Jm
1 p.m. to 0 p.m. 11.m."ThUl'8da'l mjil'' .. 11 S. Morgan St.,
.
to 3 p.m. ![ i '. ... I Chicago 7, 111.

KINDERGARTEN OPEN FOR SALE .t.t.
For working mothers. GreaterSt. READINGS Partly Draw Shades

Mark Kindergarten will be 26-FOOT business lot, Pembroke
open thruout the summer. SpecIal 91.00
Rd. between 40th'and 42nd aves.
rates clean, wholesome atmosphere W. Hollywood. Reasonable terms. up .

for your child. Hot Call)) S. SlowJn, PL 76412. Leave a lamp or two connected
meals, pick up service. 1456 K\V Jul22 0417 SW 17 St. oJ, to an automatic timer to
3rkSt.. Ca'l OXll-76B6or C# turn lights on and off each
6-1637.. jti29 FOUR YEAR OLD CBS house in 1VESTHOLLYWOOD evening.This makes the house
-
Oil Liberty City, on large lot, tile look lived-in and is a good protective
roil" REfrT LEASE
t roof, two -b d-ro.oras, Fla. rdout FLA. pitOP. llUJtTKK measure
NICE, we'i equipped restaurant. hardwood floors, low down pay
Deer and wine license available. ment. PL 4-1207 or NE 46208. --- Lock All Doors
4404 Pembroke Road, .weslHotrywood.

Phone YU 9-6139. 1949 I3UICK. Tires like new. '--. I
Mrs.! Eva Roberts, Prbp. $100 cash, Call OX 10421. Make certain that drapes or
shades are not completely
drawn. Leave them as you
Help Wanted HQME. 1791 NW 63rd St. Open FOR SALE2Bedroom normally would when you are
18. $1,000 handes.: $85 monthly home.
FHA 2 bedroom, tHe roof,
ATTRACTIVE WOMEN 18 to :30 Close Garage Doors
attic fan, jalousled Fla. room,
interested in advertisement
hardwood floors, awning like
sales! : for directory. Apply 11-3, CBS
new. Fink Broker PR 9-2647.
COMMUNITY UNITY ((1n Arcade

)79th Northside and 27th,Shopping ave.: Center A5 FUI'fPJ1t. Beauty, 'Rest ''full. 5519, .'N.W. 30th 'Ave. Be sure all exterior doors are .
size spring and mattress, brand securely locked. Use a pin
SALESMEN, Unlimited oppor new, $85. Beautiful white and Open Sunday 1-5 p.m. tumbler cylinder lock or safety -
tunities for salesmen and saleswomen gold dining room set 10 pieces latch.
with leadership .ability Chairs and tables. 714 W est You must see this beautiful Stop Deliveries
to train for a long-range lucra- Dllldo Drive, Dilldo Island, Miami home which seta on a
tive career program. Phone FR Beach, Fla.
4-1561 for an appointment. double lot, size 80 x 109. J

TV WINDOW FAN, electric Beautiful large kitchen, ex

FOR RENT beater and sweeper Reasonable.PL tra large dining room, spa- Always close your garage
40173. cious bedrooms and living doors. An empty garage with
doors open will catch the attention
LOWEST RENT Sn town. 1 and room, tile bath, tile roof.
of thief and indj
2 bedroom Apts. Adults only. $7 I $8,500, $70 a month, low down cate no ono any is homo,
week and up. 3200 NW 47th 8t.Indf. payment, no closing cost or This is strictly a modern r-C tiDe

Qualifying. bedroom house, house priced low at Put Away Tool
very have mall held
"'T 'f. furnished, 829 NW 56th St. sure to your
I I
and all deliveries suspended Never leave ladders or tools
FURNISHED front bedroom, YOU $11,500with during your absence. Notify lying around where prowlerscan
nice neighborhood. Lady or WILL have to look inside
local police of the dates you'll get at them-they: may
couple. Block to bus and Jitney. to appreciate the spaciousness low down and be away, be used to get into your home.
Use of kitchen. NE 46310. of this 2-bedroom CBS payment
home. Two Fla room, luciously
APARTMENT. One bedroom, I landscaped, fenced back yard, $85 a Month
4190 NW 32nd ave. Indf 1380 NW 63rd St. PL
81549.indf
BEDROOM HOUSE. 1773-A Plenty of room here both For Sale by Owner 1463 N.W. 57th St.

NW 61st St. OX 13626. inside and outside. Down $63 Mo.
$590 -
See the 3-bedroom, 2 bath CBS on
APARTMENT. Two bedrooms, One mortgage, lovely 2-bed
4190 NW 32nd Indf world's I lot. 4821 NW 10th
ave. great corner CDS carporte hard.
We can finance your auto room ,
healer and { rka. mobile liability insuranceon 2:30 to wood floor, tile roof, fur
2 HOMES at 815 NW 56th Terr. Ave.. Open Sunday
$14 per week, front house, $10 teacher t easy monthly paymentsGoodman's nished kitchen, freshlypainted.
per week ,back house. OX 16341. 6 p.m. or phone MU 15381. .

If yon are sick w $10,300 Total Price
HOME downtown. 2176 NW 6th
Place Only $12 per week. and worrieddon't
GOLD COAST REALTORS
Real
OX 1.6341.'FURNISHED
fall to ee I
i 4301 N.W. 2nd Ave.

Efficiency. Free me. Dally !):DO ('Insurance Home For Sale PL 1-2427

gas, water and electricity. 4190 Estate 3459 Percival Ave.
'NW 32nd ave. intt a.m. to 0 p.m.. St. Matt. S and 0.
2688 N.W. 62nd St. Coconut Grove
Blessed are the peace maker for
HOUSE completely furnished, $1OOO' Handles _.-, '. .' ''-. .
they shall be called the childrenof --
2114 NW 56th St. OX 1-0380 Open 1-5

God. 2 bedroom CDS tile roof, hardwood SUMMER VACATION
CHILDREN OK Large 3-bed-
rooms. 2 baths, 2 kitchens. See: 1959 N.W. 59th St. \ fourH. Flu.1 room, air conditioned DELUXE SPECIALNASSAU
260 NW 24th St. $21 weekly. bedroom, patio and
Call Mr. Richard. PL 12427. REV. JOSIAH McINTOSH
t Advertise It Pays! barbecue.FINK

BEAUTIFUL 2-bedroom apt. in BROKERFR

Opa Locka area Low rent. NE -.. 9.2647 3 Days 2 Nile
4-0500 OX 1-6453. indf -- '- .. .
.
<
COMPLETELY FURNISHED NEED A3BEDROOM' ") .. AlrM|' >rt TransfersIVrwonal

Lovely house 'with two bedrooms
Bervlr
MwtlriK
living room dining room, kit Plane
HOME1- FOR SALE Hound 'ITII'IA Clipper|
chen, bath with shower plus car-
porte, and 'beautiful landscaping. 1- )('()room uito complete double
All for $52.95
It is an ideal place for comfort drawer, mirror, client of draw.
homes Saturday or
abe: JIving See it'at 836 NW 65th Drive by these beautiful CBS I.KAVINO: ANY DAV
:,t. in the heart 'of Edison shop Sunday! era, bed mat tr(.* and box (JUNK TO NOVEMBER)

ping center. Also large Florida "prlnltll.
room. Phone PL 80792. MOVE RIGHT IN. PICK ONE OUT 1 dining room recite complete NORTH'S TRAVEL

((7 piece), chinA cabinet, buffet, BUREAU
ARE
BEAUTIFUL ROOM in private PAYMENTS
table and four clialr In A private Phone FR 9-8451
home. Home-like atmosphere ..
1826 NW 56th St., NE 32740. $27.50 PER WEEK home privately owned. 1104 N.W. 3rd Ave.
(Purchased at Modcrnage). All Charles' O. North Manager

UNFURNISHED APT. Nice, quiet ,.. furniture In In good condition.
place, 6306 NW 15th ave. FR
1.9797 or NE 41886. Indf '7 3025 N.W. 68th Street Nil 4 0273 Mn Johnson

Advertise It Pays!
2-BEDROOM APT. Unfurnished. '- 3035 NW. 68th Street

1980 NW 55th St. NE 39908. I .
s 3045 N.W. 68th Street ---..'!!: -=-=- -:..----- I

A NICE NW 66th
ROOM. 727
St. (1 girl). PL 76672. T 3055 N.W. 68th Street 'Care-Craft' School for Nurse's AidsTEN

NICELY i FURNISHED weekly 2990 N.W. 67th Street

rooms. $8.50 single. $10.30 WEEKS COURSE

double. Mae's Guest House 2170 WE HAVE OVER 300 OTHERS
Washington Ave., Opa Locka. e ENROLL NOW

A5 s WE ARE OPEN SATURDAY AND SUNDAY
A LEARN BEDSIDE NURSING AND INFANT CARE
ONE PERSON share apt. Call
after 6 o'clock or anytime Sun Inc.
FORD REALTY Have Lifetime Profession
day. 6823A NW 7th Ct. a '

.
----- -- ---
MIAMI TIMES ADS 5524 N.W. 7th Ave. PL 7-2559 FR 9.5857I

.. ...
:fsts-r J
P9N'T COST THEY PAY J .' ,..J;. .'..-''_'-:.,_,_ .f .; '...A ,, ', : I 7Ir :



I.
q -







MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA Nassau SingersOn [Richmond Heights children," as if it was a personal
Insult to him and will take such
PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 TelevisionThe I Citizens Hold action. He would hot deal In any
way with this syndicate nor
-------- -
- -
'" "' '''''' -.1''IIiiI''I' ''' 't.I''vy OiOoo'\ Protest Meeting: would he Make ally: kales tti

Nassau Gospel Harmon th6m. He does riot wish
to assoc
LOOKING THE ettes of Bethel Baptist Church Dy AttCHtE) rIM EI4 tate with people who stress bigotry -*
along with their director, the I and react as such
Rev. H. W. Brown will be sing The protest meeting of citizens
SPORTS ',WORLD OVERBy ing over TV channel 10 Sunday of Richmond Heights Tuesday He 'also. emphasized care in
T morning by transcription at evening at Bethel Baptist Churchwas banning the recreation plan of.
LEO B. ARMBRI8TER 10:30.: They will be appearing well attended and was of ferefl by this group, which includes
along with' the Sunday School of great value. skating rink, shuffle
---------- James Reed, for the board, pool, entertainment
Temple Baptist Church, Rev. L. speaker cen !
Ttf COBB pLAYED; THE A. Thompson, pastor, Mrs. occasion, in his reply to the ter, when attending the zoning f
GAME FOR KEEPS Augusta Newbold, superintendent. "Action of Children" as branded meeting as a community not
I citizens ,toy the three persons wanting recreation, but as bite ,
Ty Cobb, the greatest attempting to establish a club H i in detring the Fight klhd and .peoplgwhb :
most exciting baseball Springs using a four wood, The Harmonettes will be appearing the Richmond Heights area that have the community at
ever to flash a set of just enough to down the Sunday night at 7:30: in would mean the sale Of liquor heart and not only their pockets.A .
the diamond died of cancer in one perfect stroke.So a musical program of spiritualand and the invitation to vice and .
week. He was classics, and on Monday crime, pointed out that from all very important factor pointed
main character In the elated and 'amazed were night they will be making their indications the club was banned out to Richmond Heighters I
pattern of the great foursome in front of Sey final appearance at St. Matthew's I from the area and that hereaf by Mr. Davidson was that they r
baseball we enjoy today.game and his set that they had Baptist Church at 8 o'clock, Rev. ter, all seeking sales of liquor in come together so strongly to I
heralded the news to N. F. Clark pastor. fight against something
test to greatness Cobb is Richmond Heights, could just they
proisLop before Seymour forget it.Another. dislike, ''but it's so hard to get
owner of most that could in. I The public is invited to these them to come together to fight fl
amassed in the game. He Has I very important factor
programs.
most hits, most runs, most For this perfection shot he _n_ ____ pointed out was the coning for badly the heeded things to they need, and &o 1
en bases, most batting be happy recipient of a meeting on Wednesday. Citizens I help the com
munity. He
(Ionships and most runs gift from the Max-fIl NAAOP Youth were Urged to attend in order to I let this be their urged only them reason not to
highest lifetime for
batting manufacturers, this being fight another move by the same meeting.
age, 367. type ball he used for his three men.
Cobb was the first shot. Council MeetsThe I At the close of the
They are trying' to the meeting
re-zone
elected to the Hall
honor of Fame Youth Council of the area, and what may be easily the Rev. Butler, new pastor of
which he thought he OPEN TO ALL Lib- Richmond Heights'
not deserve.As < GOLFERSAll erty City branch of the NAACP tagged "a wolf in sheep clothing"give Parish was introduced Catholic
invites it recreation with an outletto along
you to its meeting Sun
a ballplayer he was t with"two doctors
greatest even with Florida golfers are con- day, July 23 at 6651 NW 17th establish a beer and wine a businessman -, all a lawyer and
ave. We are asking all interest joint. Citizens believe this Is as newcomers
this
weekend
aries such as Honus Wagner to determ to the area.
Babe; Ruth to draw on his who is the best golfer the ed youth to please meet with us. bad as the first attempt or worse
ploits of the game. His great, and the entire region Refreshments will beserved after At the meeting Wednesday Mr.
to win coupled with his will toe. the meeting. Davidson, landowner and Richmond
ability to play has put the Kathleen Hepburn, Pres. Heights largest real estate MIAMI TIMES ADSDON'T
ard of the at zenith Miami will have in contention salesman, responded to the statement
game a
-
players of this modern era McElmurray,' Coach Ev "The citizens acted as COST THEY PAY

conform with. Dave Bondu and Al Mit Beautiful Home on .. .....
Charles Williams "' :> >>J>.L... "' T 'Ii.
Earnest - --= :;<-
Cobb played to win always these will give the Par Your LotBulidinp PEOPLES DRUG STORE
most times he did; Birdie Club of Miami good BARBECUEAND
every game, whatever tatlon.
LUNCHEONETTE
tions they are up against tfnwc.

of learn this a great lesson' athlete's from the Playiny of Lake a round Worth with at Miami Cliff o 402 and 406 N.W. 8th Street FR I 46814Drug

we were introduced to a I I S
YANKS AND TIGERS good game of golf as is Store Bar-13.Que
FOR FIRST on the west coast of our I
I I.i I.* Specializing. prescriptions Featuring breakfast, lunch
The Yankees and Tigers MI.'V'i patent medicines and sundries! auJ dinner. Old Hickory Bar
battling for the top spot in Morgan who Is on his way to Complete Servlo becue from 5 p.m.
Open dolly (1:30
American League currently to compete, assures a.m. 12 p.m.
cupied by the power column there will be others e PLANNING Fri., Sat to 1:30 a.m. Open Frl.' & Sat. to 2:30 a.m.
Yanks. Making their the west coast who will be S BUILDING Satisfaction
obvious the Yanks have In competition. Golfers Guaranteed Free Delivery
up a flashy pitcher from expect to rank high are FINANCING I W
Class A farm of Lewis and Dickson of7 Your N.w Horn e88Sg83388S8S8SSS8SS83SS88S883SSSS3S88S838S8SSS

Downing, boasting a 9 Clarke of Tarpon <<. e liL i* n.Bl'i !1i .eilILIIS!
record with a striking Willie Black, Tampa, No Down
the strikeout\ department is McQlll, Lake Wales, Rob
first Negro to take the Saunders of Lake Wales and PaymentOver TV Service Calls Jl50
of a Yankee team. Bunche of Lakeland, who
DIckson can play as well
I BAD CHARACTER KNOCKS Palmer. Twenty Year of ALL MAKES-ALL
OUT LISTON Construction Experience MODELS PLUS PARTSLARRY'S

TAKES OVER Guaranteed.
I Satisfaction
Sonny LLston, \ LEAD T.V.
heavyweight contender has
kayoed by his own Ted Potter showed excellent l aaaQ WE BUY SELL AND TRADE TV SETS

character frequent brushes antics. His with recent the ek and at the in so bowling doing lanes took last mmV 0i3ffi RADIOS, HI-FI AND STEREO REPAIRS
over
has led We Sell Used
to his Indefinite high score spot from Yours TV. on Credit
sion.
with a 237; and to prove PL 1-3604 1551 N.W. 62nd Street OX
It is regrettable that what kind of competition Miami 1-8024
promising athlete was unable come from this league, the 1 :Ji '!"i"8@ 1I1.'. 11" 91"..... I .z..eit'
channel himself in the right evening Earl Edge rolled 888 N.E. 79th St.
rection to the fame he Is 233, sinking Your Scribe' 227
likely capable of achieving.To third spot. Contention for top WE:
LOAN,
all aspiring young is high and don't be sur- MONEY!
it is plain to see the great if all these scores are re
for academic preparedness with a new set next week. SEE THE SOUTH'S ON FIRST AND SECOND MORTGAGES

enter this world of High 3 LEADING
-game individual COLORED
score: HOME
it is generally believed that Potter 598 IMPROVEMENT LOANS
Draden
; Baker
ton's illiterate PSYCHIC READER
state was his and James Mitchum
554. Free Inspection
gest downfall. CONSULT HER- Reasonable Costs
Top five men averages: Ted
SEYMOUR SHOOTS 172 James And Interest Fast and Efficient
HOLE''IN ONE ; Mitchum 167; Service
Thorpe 159; J. White 168
Richard Seymour, knows A. Beason 158. ABC MORTGAGE CO. FR 1-1493

thrill that comes to a five women: Kathryn 703 Seybold Bldg.
when he downs
one in one 144; Dot McIntosh 125 Evening Phone UN 6-6886
of the ;
club. Seymour, hitting
the Campbell 124; Mary
number
t
eight
green at 123 and Jerry King 115. I 4


Not a Palm Reader Not a Fortune Teller

e THE NEW Not a Rootman Not God Either But

1 IMPERIAL HOTEL & MOTEL Let her years, of experience guide JUST A GOD SENT MAN
and protect you throughout life
The Largest in The South as a lighthouse guide the ships Ir Rev. Shepherd Bogaetora
a storm. For success In business
150 Rooms $8.50 a week and and love.DON'T .. ,
up .,.. Ew Do
,,, ,
Also Kitchenettes Available STAY IN THE RUT. GET \ M A. : r you barn a problem?
OUT NOW. BY THE HELP OF i BnsineM Bail, Marriage
BEAUTIFUL LOBBY TELEVISION ROOM GOD SHE CAN HELP YOU. r Failing, Can't win the man
SPACIOUS CARD ROOM or
PHONE woman
SERVICE
love
Office Hours: you Been
50 N.W. 8th Street FR 3-9417 9 a.m. 9 p.m. Crossed, Need Money

HOT AND COLD WATER FREE PARKING Thurs.7 9 a.m. to i t1: I Everything Going Wrong?

DAILYSunday p.m. f i g t Health Dad? Can't Satisfy

., four
Husband
or Wife?
.
HEAR : Want a New Home
4 10 a.m. 3 p.m.READING or Car?


Mr. Muhammad's Radio ProgramEVERY $1.00 UP SEE-ME .TODAY-


Never before in the
SUNDAY history
MORNING-6130 A.M. of !
23 Years Experience "' Miami have so! many
people been helped by this
Radio Station WMIE-1140 on Your Dial MADAMHUNTER great wonder man.
'
( VISIT MUHAMMAD'S MOSQUE a come in and talkIt

..__
16R7! N.W. 73rd ST.
1210 N.W. 62nd Street MIAMI, FLA. costs nothing to

Ju22 Don't Write-Call In Peraon 627 N.W. 9th St., Apt. 1 FR 99138HE.

.

-- I




= 1
"'



I, ;II!
n _. "I' ,- .








THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLORIDA
JUSTICE DEPARTMENT BACKS ?
SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961 PAGE 15



SPINGARN I iwork he did in preparing the
"FREEDOM RIDERS" RIGHTSI social science document which

MEDALIST URGES historic contributed Supreme slgnifantly Court to ruling the

Montgomery, Ala. The U.S. REJECTION OF of May 17, 1954, !banning segregation -

r-t'r" r"'............ _...-.:t.th: ......t-.h..l"t-<............t-.hfo-.......\ fo-.t- r !'""'Il' Justice Department Monday told v in public education.
a federal judge if he banned the I MODERATIONPhiladelphia
I '/ "freedom ride" movement in Excursion to BiminiThere
I THE BAHAMAS Alabama he would be denying The 46th
the constitutional rights of in will be a two-day excursion -
Splngarn Medal was awarded to to Dimlnl
on 29th
C ..huhh..uhu.L--1. .LH---.L h \. ____............. dlvld ual. I July
-- -- --- ----- City law enforcement officers one of the country's most out and 30th given by the Past Exalted -

Luther A. Donaldson sad Mrs. George Knowles ot' argued, however, that "contln- standing psychologists at the Ruler's Council No. 23.
granted a five-year scholarship: Farrington Road and a nurse on tinned agitation" by ."treedomriders" closing session of the 52nd annual Please get tickets and reservation
by the House of Assembly on the staff of the Princess Margaret hindered interstate pas. convention of the National or make down paymentsnow
Association for the Advancementof
July' 6 for a medical course at Hospital Mr. Newbold is the senger travel in the state and Colored People.Addressing as the number are limited
St. Thomas Hospital. The grant eon of Mr. and Mrs. Hezeklah set the stage for breaches of the at North's Travel Bureau, 1104
will pay $1,260 per year and an Newibold and a member of the NAACP delegatesfrom NW 3rd ave. Fr. 9-8451. Price
additional $716.80 In fees over Bahamas police force. peace.The arguments came In a hear. 38 states and the Districtof $15.I .
the ,five-year period. Columbia in Philadelphia'sfamed A. G. Kelly, first scribe
ing before U. S. Mldde District
Mr. Donaldson is a son of Rev. Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr. to Tindley Temple, Dr. Kenneth I Zeke Brady, chief Antler
T. E. W. Donaldson At the Seventh Day Adventist n. Clark.! professor of Mycology
and Mrs. --
Donaldson. Church, Grants Town, Miss Milllcent determine whether he should enJoin at the College: of the Cityof
Adderley was married to the Congress of Racial I New York, called for rejection :
James Carter Williams Equality (CORE) and other pro. of the "moral hypocrisyand r:
A check for on July 6.
$2,850.40 was integration groups from continuing
Doth of them equivocation of gradualism, t'
natives
are of San
presented Arnold Rogers by Salvador. their "publicity campaign" In tokenism and moderation." .
Clement Maynard, president of j Alabama and the South. In remarks closing the historic -I \
the Bahamas Civil Service Union. I After more than two hoursof convention, tho second largest
Mr. Rogers' home was complete testimony, Johnson ordered In the history of the association, I
ly destroyed by fire on May 15. briefs filed by Aug. 22. Executive Secretary Roy Wilkins I ,
The Union launched a drive for reward Montgomery officials requested essayed the mood of the convention !
help: and the the injunction after Johnsonlet '
public respondedvery and projected a program of
generously. die a preliminary restraining Intensified action along the entire : .
County ii: order against the sponsors of the civil rights front. ,

A new 4,500 foot airstrip was "freedom ride" movement. The i "In this struggle," he told the
opened !by the Bahamas Airwayson News preliminary restraining order, i I delegates, "we shall use all
July 7 at Deadman's Cay, which under federal procedure Is types of weapons, each in its
Long Island, Hundreds of people ByWalter : \ only good for 10 days unless renewed most effective place and at the
from all parts of the Island at. prohibited CORE and most advantageous time."
tended the ceremony. Ills Excellency Bo we : Its allies from sponsoring, financing Dr. Clark warned against ar
the Governor cut the\blue ,- .......-- -- a or encouraging the segregation settling "for the crumbs of Jus!! r y
ribbon. ; ; I -testing bus rides. tice." To "do BO" he said,
1- Star Light Lodge 642 John Doar, Justice Department I "would not only be intolerableto
Geneva Dorsett was meet Friday, July 21 at 8 attorney! told Johnson "if the intellect and deep emo
unanimous
p.m. at the Masonic Temple on Issue the preliminary Injunction -iTr1MRS
ly convicted by a Supreme CourtjurY' Pembroke Road. I you tions of the Negro, but what Is
will be denying
court
your probably more important, it
on July 7 for breaking and
entering the General Hardware The Star Light Commandery the constitutional rights of In I would decrease markedly the
Ltd., in Centerville No. 38 will meet July 23, at 3 dividuals." chances of survival of western
about 2
a.m. p.m. at the Temple. ,Doar also challenged the authority civilization For the American
June 3 and
stealing goods valu of the court to bsue an
Negro to compromise at this
support ed at 4760.of her She sick was husband the sole and Revival services are now goingon injunction against the "freomride" I Juncture of American and world TEAREATHA ROWE
in Carver Ranches at the sponsors. The young attorney history would make him an accessory -
their three children The woman Bl>oclnlkt: in hair weevinff and
said the U. S. Middle District
Union Church 48th to the
,Daptlst at disintegration of
told the court that all she could styling la now located atElouise's
Court did not have the "
remember and Pembroke. Rev. A. H. Esslx his own nation, he declared.
that
night was when constitutional power to take such The Beauty Salon
she stepped over her husband to is the pastor. I Splngarn Medal, awarded
get out of the bed. She didn't action. annually to n Negro American 556 N.W. 17th St.Phonea .
know when the The South Broward 'VFW Post for distinguished achievement,
police
arrestedher.
She was sentenced to two No. 8195 will meet Tuesday, "Halfway MarkRally" was presented to Dr. Clark for t
and a halt years in prison.A night, July 25 at the Chamber of his role in mobilizing the resources PIl 08050 FU 0-7001
Commerce Building at 8:30 p.m. 26 of modern psychology in l\lr. Howe Invites all of hercustoms
Claude Counts, Commander.The July the struggle against racial prejudice 'rs and friend to visit
plea by Warren Lerarity Women Auxiliary of VFW and particularly for the her at her new location.
'(PLP) to reopen the conchlng Post No. 8195 will meet Wednesday The male members of the ZIon
grounds at Blmlnl and Sweet.
Hope Missionary Baptist Church
July 26 at 8 p.m. at the
ing's Cay, Grand Bahama, at cer Chamber of Commerce Building. are contributing their labor services
'tame periods of the year to gather I to the construction of
and export conchs and their -- -- .. -. -,. their future church home.In RUPTURED ?
shells was rejected by the House this behalf, the building .
of Assembly. Mr. Levarlty said HOW TO KEEP YOUR fund committee will present a
that economic conditions at both MARRIAGE ALIVE special kick-off service entitled JffTfcJSgflPlLfS
places were bad. It was hinted "The Half-Way Rally" on Wednesday .
that some action will be takento New discovery for men July 26 at 8 p.m. The RECTAL DISCAStSCUNR
better conditions. who want more lasting address! Is 1710 NW 69th St. A H1N ,
Power Come out and join in the service i.w, taf IT,

Miss Carmlle: Ingraham, daughter I with the enjoyment of the
of Mr and Mrs. Edmund H. good singing that will be ren
Ingraham, was married to Lof dered and with a small contribu
ton Johnson, son of Mr. and tion for this boost to the com SchoolGive
Mrs. Stephen A. Johnson on JUly 4fftttf: munlty's progress J Sunlight Beauty
5 at Our Lady's Church. The
---- -- --
bridal party Included Misses An' yourself a life-long profession

nette Thompson, Sylvia Johnson, ENROLL NOW
Lavern Marshall; Isaac Rolle, NOW OFFICIALLY
Jeffrey Williams and Page Boy Special Low Down PaymentCALL

Mark Roberts .. OPEN
M YWFormula
FR 4.9998
Marriage vows were exchanged w
at St. Agnes Church on July f- ;, WorldWideEmploymentAgency
5, between Miss Beverly ,'. :,
Knowles and Hensel Newbold l
The bride Is the daughter of Mr.

fen that 8 Massage WHY SPECULATE?
---- ----------- -------- cream help yon Ret
much mom pleasure out of
1307 N.W. 3rd Ave.
MAIIITAL SKX. No 1'rfflcrip-
tlon needed Simple and wife NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO OWN A BEAUTIFUL
I to urn Non-Habit Forming FR 3.5755
II HOMESITE IN A FINE DEVELOPED CUBDIVI-;
I Applta Externally.

II This cream has U.H.1'. approval e SION ON FLORIDA'S BOOMING WEST COASTMARLEE
No More Embarrassment
I COOKS work In New
You can depend on
York $50 $60. Private ACRESat
Formula 8
M homes, sleep in, free room,
To do the job

Call today, use it right away board, TV, etc.

Telephone NE 4-0956 NO DEPOSIT PALMETTOAbout
STANLEY SWEETING
I 4508 N.W. 31st Ave. 'NO REGISTRATION FEE

says MIAMI FLA.
"I Can Do Anything" Air or bus transportation ( 35 ml. couth of Tampa, near newly announce

Typing Letter Writing Advanced at Once ed 35,000 home retirement development

News Writing Advertising Advertise It Pays!

Income Tax Notary Public ---------- -

Public Relations

Promotions Employment IS YOUR DRIVER'S LICENSE FOR YOUR RETIREMENT HOME OR FOR INVEST-

Distribution SUSPENDEDWhy
MENT. (CERTAIN TO DOUBLE IN VALUE.)
or any kind of wait up to six weeks to clear your record when

Public Service we can clear you and have your driver's license back PRICED AS LOW AS $395.00

in your wallet in ONE DAY at .
SWEETING LAMAR

and associates Service-first Insurance Agency $25.00 Down $10 Month

1128 NW 3rd Av.
3497 N.W. 7th Avenue NE 5-6355

FR 9-4961 and 16300 N.W. 27th Av-enue NA 4-6612 FOR INFORMATION PHONE MO 521I
(Modern Theatre Bldf.)
Open Saturdt'.ys until 3 p.m.

.
-
"

-



- ......



-
w -







I
THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLORIDA days to submit his ''brief.Attorneys .
for the airport claim
'" /
'. the city leased the restaurant to
PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JULY 22, 1961
l '1 a private firm and had no con
: trol over its operation


I h+ JUST BROWS/N'"/ IF IT'S FLOWERS '

You're thinking of, call us:

By PAUL R. HENRY We rnu help you with any of J

------- ..... 07" "'_- ... -.. jour flower occasionsPerry's

County officials have roundedup City Manager Melvin Reese
a white juvenile gang that wants to give Qlscayne Boule
stole $16,000 worth of typewriters -: vard a 'D-eW- looks If his plan: goes Wih v. 4
adding machines, tape re. through there will 'be. sidewalkson :
corders, cafeteria food and oth;. each side of the boulevard f 1G4
er equipment from three elementary 28 feet wide and inlaid/ with < h i vx
schools Five boys betweenthe multicolored terrazzo. There wilt .g ?'_ _
ages of 14.16 were taken to be a continental plaza.. with 4
Youth Hall. Three adults were cafes and reflecting pools. The
held for Investigation of having new plan will take in eight ,,y yt
received stolen property. blocks.

With these improvements the
Thomas Williams and Benny city will lose some $70,000 a
Gibbons of Goulds were arrested year from parking meters.
and charged with aggravated Florist
after being identified as While the
assault Russians have set
taking part In a conflict with up a military ring around Ber 1101 N.W. 3rd Avenue

Deputy Hugh Manlgal Both and Dep auf Ito, Great Britain, France and "Phone FR 4-1205
uty Marvin Pitman. the United States have let
relievedof More Than 80 Years
fered injuries and were Khrushchev know that they will
their weapons when they Bade.ram remain in West' Berlin, but are II of Sntisfjinpf Service
ed a crap game In South ready to discuss free electionsfor

On Germany, and to use available .
Strange things happen. means to settle: the dispute .....
machines.were
five slot in a peaceable manner. -
removed from the granite vaultof _
FOR SALELUXVRY
the old Brickell home at 601 The Revs. A.,J Reddlek, Da
Drlckell Ave. The find was made vid Brooks of
Tallahassee
by the ground keeper who reported Theodore Gibson of Miami! and'are HOMESDown Dr. Katie E. Whickam President of NBCL Cordelia Jennings, Sec

the five bandits arrested.to the seeking to integrate the eating payment on your lot UW1, Maude Oadsen of N.Y.C., lit Vice President and Louis.
police and they were facilities at the city-owned air- or home Chapman 1961 Convention Chairman.
The Elks now own this propertybut ort restaurant in Tallahassee i I
-expressed surprise at the Federal District Judge Harold Open Sun. 3-5 p.m. -
whomdo
To
machines being there.
Carswell said if
they belong Is the 64 dollar of the state law constitutionality was a key fac Your Miami Times
'
question. tor in the case he would have to 1430 NW 59th St. FOR SALE
ask for a panel of three
Judges On Sale Here
to determine the question 2161 NW 59th St. Frozen custard and anack

THE Atty. G E. Graves, representing 1426 NW 58th Ter. MIAMI
the ministers told the courtIt
bar. All carry out, for quIck
was the obligation of the cityto 1232 NW 55th St. Down Town
MARYELiZABETH.I require the restaurant to bEl.. Ramos Grocery, 802 NW 14th"St. sale, 1350. Equipment
Integrated. Graves was given 6RITZ Economy Drug, 1101 NW 8rd Av.
] .. 3 bedroom 2 baths garage Park's Sun., 1201 NW Ord Ave. worth more than asking
Florida room, kitchen all Hartley's, 1201 NW Ord Ave.
;: Service Drug 1240 NW 3rd Av.
electric. 3rd Ave.
\ 1401 NW
price.
!' : Walk Inn, 1042 NW 2nd Ave.
Corner lots for sale terms Harlem Drug, 1400 NW Ord Av. CA
HOTEL THEATRE Nick's, 1522 NW 8rd Ave. 17533.
We build on your lot diaries Mkt. 840 NW 16th Ter.

STARTS SUNDAY NO MONEY DOWN Lenn's Drug 1700 NW 3rd Av.
642 N.W. 2nd Ave. "TWO RODETOGETHER" Buddy's Gro., 1030 NW 3rd Av.
Cash paid for your lot Arch's Gro., 1700 NW 8rd Ave.
Jay's Drug, 427 NW 20th St.
JAMES STEWART BARON Stanley's Gro., 1000 NW 4th, Ct.
FIESTAPROUDLY RICHARD WIDMARK Myors, J 575 NW 20th St.
Plus m 8.1840 JB 2-4343 Dixie Drug, 503 NW 20th St. FOB SALE

"Wackiest Ship In The Hillside, 1842 NW Oth Ave.
Person's Sundries, 1501 5th Ct.
1 Army' Eddie's Drug, 801 NW 3rd Ave.

Advertise It Pays! Barkett's 708 NW 2nd Ave. $400 DownNo
-
ROOM F. L. T., '714 NW 2nd Ave.

Alex Sundries, 715J 2nd Ave. closing costs. FHA deal,
818 Shoe Shine, 818 2nd Ave...
I Harlem Sweet Shop, 208 10 St. 2-bedroom CBS. Lively area,
PRESENTS The Associated Consumers Store Carrie's Gro., 153 NW 17th St. carport, close to N.W. 7th
Tucker Gro., 1400 NW tit Ot. Ave. bus. Hardwood floors.
The Return by Popular
I Southern Gro., 1701 NW l.t PI.
Demand of 6100 N.W. 17th Ave.IS Poor-Ie'-, Drug, 402 8th St. Priced right landscaped.

.
GIVING AWAY A 5LB. BAG OF LIBERTY CITYY o r
MEAL Comm.
Drug 0750 16th Ave.
ScreamingJay
OR FISHING POLE FREE Little Super Mkt., 5820 17th St. $595 DownOne
Bethel Sundries, 6828 18th Ave mortgage. No closing
Smith Sundries, 0704 18th Ave.
With Every $5.00 Purchase 18th Ave. Gro., 0307 18th Ave. costs. Move right in, no

Hal Ins ,Gro., 0700' 16th Ave.Detty's qualifying, 3-bedroom CBS,
FREE! Va LBl OF DELICIOUS HOME MADE Gro,. 0004 NW 15th Ave. all rear Fla. porch builtinoven
\'" Sundries, 0320 18th Ar,'
SAUSAGE WITH $3.00 MEAT ORDER Lib. Beauty Solon 0707' 18th Av. and range. Opa Locka
Griffin Oro., 0572 15th Ave. beauty. Awnings fenced.

.. Bannister's, 0200 NW 15th Ave.J Open Sunday 1-6 p.m. See
.
.- .. .. .
Hawkins .- and ;.J Drug, 1410 62nd St.,
1770 NW 152nd St. -
.: : Seymour's, 1804 NW 02nd St.
"' J' ckson'I.. 0000, NW 12th AYe. .. e; ;.
11 Matthew's. Gro., 0081 16th Ave. -
And The Now Open Convenient Gro., 5804 22nd Av.
Lerner's, 2000 NW 75th St. $890 DownNo
PAT NEWBON Thorn,., Gro., 2350 75th St.
I. 1\\\ Llncolnfield's Drug 2001 02 St. closing costs, FHA deal.

Revue Flash Gro., 5352 NW 17th Ave. $70.69 month. Manor Park

NORFOLK HOTEL Midway Drug 2208 02nd St. area. Lovely 2-bedroom CBS,
,\ Featuring The Cecil Cleaners, 2230 02nd St. awnings, kitchen equipped,

,\ INSPIRATIONSMUSIC CARVER RANCHES jalousied Florida room,
Bowe's Barber Shop, Pembroke

4 THE EDDIE DUNN BY ORCH. 45 N. W. 5th ,Street Mrs.MOUTH Miler MIAMf UK!:Adi buses shopping.o .r. _

Maxlo Sand*. 1020 NK 1M St.
Featuring Phone FR 3-2448 $595 Down
Terrell Prude OPA LOC1VA
Magnolia Sun., 14370 22nd Ave.LoweV FHA deal. No closing costs.
Poet of the Hammond
Organ Gro.; 1734 AU Baba Av.
110 ROOMS 2-bedroom CBS, near N.W.
FRI. SAT. SUN.Amateur Mlller'0 Sun., 15110 2nd Ave.
7th Ave St.
Bnnrhe Drug 228O Bun. Park and N.W. 54th
David Lawrence, 15O1 20th Ave. Attached workshop, A. C.
j eI $7.00 and up Weekly Esther's Gro., 1710' All Baba heater cornices, drapes,
Samuel Stanley, 15281 18th Ave.
Show
carpeting TV, record player.
Michael Sanders 230O 100th St.
Also Private and Semi-Private Rooms
Monday Nite
,
I -
'- .PRIZES Hotel Cocktail Lounge & BROWNSVILLESplc 4801 NW 27th Ave.
FREE Span,
,
I' < ...... Neal's .
Mkt., 4825 27 th Ave.
ADMISSION .*,s. -- SirOPENING .__.., Brownsville Drug 4034 27th Av.
/ x,COVER Elnora'a Sundries -&:=0 27 Are Fair'
". Tracy's Gro., 5010 NW 32nd Av. ReallyF
"time SPECIALFIRST Jet Drug 2009 NW 54th St.
Junmle's Oro.. 2000 NW 54th St.
N'ens't Fair Deals
-
/44i 10 GUESTS REGISTERED RICHMOND HEIGHTS
6200 N.W. 2nd Ave.
Richmond: Heights Drug
GET 1 WEEK FREE RENT
PL 7-1645
4 ,


: _. 'IT ". -' : ', '- : .. Advertise It Pf.ralIf .. .. -





"' 1 ,
:. -:- -1- : -